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PAGE SK THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 166* Houston, Cards Trounce IM.L Leaders Colts Shoot Down LA, St. Louis Foils Frisco HOUSTON (AP)-The Houston Colts erupted for eight runs in the fifth inning and went on to crush Los Angeles' National League 1 leading Dodgers 13-1 Saturday. Backed by Houston's 13-hit free-scoring barrage, Bob Bruce breezed in with- a seven-hit pitch ing victory. The right - hander won his fourth game of the year against one loss. The only run he allowed was Tommy Davis' llth homer in the second after the Colts had jumped into a 3-0 lead in their first turn at bat against Stan Williams. Despite the loss, the Dodgers held onto their slim % game lead over San Francisco, beaten 8-4 by St. Louis. Joey Amalfitano started off Houston's explosive fifth with a walk and Roman Mejias followed with his 16th home run. Williams was replaced by Ed Roebuck with a count of 2-0 on Norm Larker, •who eventually walked, then Carl Warwick singled, Merritt Ranew smashed a two-run triple and Bob Aspromonte homered. Bob Lillis was safe on an error before Bruce popped up for the first out of the inning, and Al Spangler chased in another, run with a triple. Amalfitano greeted reliever Phil Ortega with a single and Mejias walked before Larker and Warwick grounded out. Thirteen men batted in the rally built on six hits, three walks and an error. Los Angeles 010 000 000— 172 Houston 300 080 llx—13 13 0 Williams, Roebuck (5), Ortega •(5) and Roseboro, Camilli (6); Bruce and Ranew. W—Bruce (41). L—Williams (6-2). Home runs — Los Angeles, T. Davis (11). Houston, Warwick (4), Mejias (16), Aspromonte (4). " SAJDECKI STARS -ST. LOWS (AP)-Ray Sadecki moved from the doghouse to .the throne room Saturday as he hit his first major league home run and pitched the St. Louis Cardinals to their fifth straight victory 84 over the skidding San Francisco Giants. Sadecki had been fined $250 and strongly censured by Manager Johnny Keane after T/ues- day's game with the Reds for what the manager termed "the worst exhibition of effort I've ever seen on a major league diamond." He was suspended for failing to show up for the next game, then was reinstated. The 21-year-ol'd St. Louis southpaw had to do it the hard way before sending the Giants to their fourth straight loss. There was a smattering of boos for Sadecki as he was nailed for toweris* home runs by Willie Mays and Felipe Alou among five straight hits in a three-run first inning. However, the Giants could score only once more, in the seventh, on Sadecki's only walk and Harvey Kuenn's double. Sadecki yielded 11 hits and struck out four. San Francisco 300 000 100-4 11 0 St. Louis 300 020 30x—8 13 0 Sanford, Perry (6), Bolin (7), Larson 8) and Hal-ler, Pignatano 6); Sadecki and Sawatski. W — Sadecki 3-3). L-Sanford (6-5). .Home runs — San Francisco, Mays (21), F. Alou (9). St. Louis, White (11), Sadecki (1). METS SET RECORD CHICAGO (AP)—The New York Mats scored in double figures for the first time in the club's 51- game history Saturday, coming from behind to whip the, Chicago Cubs, 11-6, in a game twice delayed by rain. The Mets collection of 16 hits also, was another club record. There was a 12 minute delay during the second, and an hour and nine minute wait in the New York fifth. After the second delay the Mets, beating the Cubs a Fifth time in six games, fashioned their biggest inning in six games. Catcher Sammy Taylor clubbed a two run single and outfielder Jim Hickman singled for a third run. Cliff Cook, newly returned third baseman, hit the New Yorkers' first homer in eight games, with aibases' empty blast in the sixth. New York 110 032 301-11 16 0 Chicago ' 210 000 210— 6 14 3 Moorhead, Hunter (2), Hillman (8) and Taylor; Buhl, Schultz (5), Gerard (6), Balsamo (7), -Elston (93 and Bertello. W—Hunter (1-0).' Ir-Buhl (35). Home riin — New York, Cook (2). ' COTTIER HOMERS iWASHINGTON (AP) — Chuck Cottier blasted a home run into the Senators' bullpen in the bottom of the 10th Saturday to give Washington a 4-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers in the third straight thriller between these two teams. .Cottier, goat of Detroit's victory Friday night, doubled as leadoff batter in the ninth and scored the tying run on John Schaive's single. Marty Kutyna, the winner in relief, opened the 10th with a single, kit was forced at second by Chuck Hinton. Cottier picked on Jer/y .Casale's second pitch and hit .his second home run of the season. Hank Aguirre of the Tigers and the Senators' Tom Cheney both pitched three-hit ball for eight innings. The Tigers scored their only runs on Cheney's wild pitches. Cheney's first wild pitch followed singles by Jake Wood and Billy Bruton in the sixth. The Tigers scored their second run without a hit in the eighth. Cheney walked Dick Brown, and after Aguirre sacrificed, Cheney walked Wood. The runners moved up on Bruton's tap back to the mound. And again with Cash batting, Cheney uncorked a wild pitch, Brown scoring. (10 innings) Detroit . flOO 001 010 0—260 Washington 000 000 101 2-4 8 1 Aguirre, Fox (9), Nischwitz (9), Casale (9) and Brown; Cheney, Kutyna (9) and Retzer. W— Kutyna (2-6). L-Casale (1-1). Home runs—Washington, Bright (4), Cottier (2). " BRAVES WIN TWO MILWAUKEE ' (AP)-The Milwaukee Braves swept their first doubleheader - in nearly a year and handed slumping Pittsburgh its third twin defeat within a week by defeating the Pirates 4-3 and 5-3 Saturday on the hitting of Mack Jones and the pitching of Bob Shaw and Tony Cloninger. Jones drove in three runs with a bases-loaded walk, a 420-foot homer and a decisive run-scoring single in the eighth inning of the first game, and then belted his eighth homer and collected a double, paving the way for two more runs in the nightcap. Shaw, a "right-handed veteran obtained from Kansas City in a winter deal, surrendered 11 hits, but went the distance for his seventh victory against two defeats. He struck out eight and walked only one. Cloninger, a 21-year-old right- hander making his second start, dazzled thij Pirates with a blazing fast ball as he evened his record at 1-1 in the second game. CJoninger struck out ten and walked just one before he weakened in the eighth and needed help from Don Nottebart. (First Game) Pittsburgh 000 102 000—3 11 1 Milwaukee Oil 000 llx-4 10 0 Law, Olivo (8), Sturdivant (8) and Burgess; Shaw and Crandall. W-Shaw (7-2). L-Law (3-2). Home runs—Pittsburgh, Skinner (5). Milwaukee, Jones (7), McMillan (5). (Second Game) Pittsburgh 100 000 020—3 9 2 Milwaukee 110 002 lOx—5 7 2 McBean, Lamabe (7) and Neeman; Cloninger, Nottebart (8) and Torre. W-^Cloninger (1-1). L — McBean (53). Home runs—Pittsburgh, Skinner (6). Milwaukee, Jones (8). PURKEY WINS No. 10 CINCINNATI (AP)—Bob Purkey, winningest National League hurler this year, teamed with reliever Bill Henry Saturday on a six-hitter leading Cincinnati in a rain-spattered 5-1 victory over Philadelphia. It was Henry's superb clutch performance in the seventh that put down a potent Phils' -threat. He didn't allow a hit thereafter. Purkey, who look his 10th victory, had shut out the Phils on three hits until two singles and Roy Sievers' double put over a marker in the seventh. Henry fanned pinch hitters Ted Savage and Mel Roach and got Tony Taylor to fly out. Cincinnati backed up its pitching with an 11-hit attack that helped the Reds pull out of a five- game nosedive. Three hits topped by Johnny Edwards' double put over two runs in the eighth. Starter Paul Brown faced only four Redlegs before being yanked. He gave up three hits including Don Blasingame's triple plus a walk accounting for two runs. Philadelphia 000 000 100-1 6 1 Cincinnati 300 000 02x—5 11 1 Brown, Short (1) and Dalrymple, White (8) Purkey, Henry (7) and Edwards. W—Purkey (10-1). L — Brown (04). BERRA HOMERS NEW YORK! (AP)-Yogi Berra, appearing in his 2,000th game in a pinch hitter's role, crashed a three-run homer to climax a five run rally by the New York Yankees for a 1 7-3 triumph over the Baltimore Orioles Saturday. It was the fifth straight victory fof the Yankees, whose scoreless pitching was snapped at 282-3 consecutive innings when the Orioles broke through with a run in the first inning. Prior to Saturday's game, Ralph Terry, Bill Stafford and the combination of Whitey Ford and Jim Coates had pitched back-to-back shutouts; The victory went to Roland Sheldon, who 16ft for a pinch hitter in the vital seventh. Marshall Bridges finished:'up for the Yankees. It was .Sheldon's fourth victory against.two defeats. Bobby' Richardson, who had four of his team's 14 hits off three Baltimore pitchers,. also homered for the Yankees, as did Tommy Tresh. Army Pvt. Steve Barber, on a 25-day furlough, enjoyed a 2-0 lead until the Yankees erupted in the seventh. Singles by .Johnny Temple and Russ Snyder followed by Brooks. Robinson's sacrifice fly accounted for the first Oriole run. Baltimore made it 2-0 in the third on, Snyder's homer, his fifth of the season. . Baltimore 101 000 010-3 7 1 New York 000 000 52x—7 14 1 Barber, Hall (7) and Lau; Sheldon, Bridges (8) and Howard. W —Sheldon (4-2). L-ABarber (44). Home runs—Baltimore, Snyder (5). New York, Richardson (1), Berra (3), Tresh (3). INDIANS ON WARPATH BOSTON (AP) — Cleveland unloaded a big-gun attack featuring Willie Kirkland and Tito Francona, then hung on for a 14 10 vie- lory over the riddled Boston Red Sox Saturday. Kirkland, hitting .203 at game time, smashed a three-run homer, two singles, walked twice and drove in four tallies. Francona had a homer, triple and single, scored three times and had two RBI. Both helped old Sox nemesis Pedro Ramos to his 23rd lifetime verdict over Boston against 14 losses though he needed late relief. , The Red Sox learned second baseman Chuck Schilling will be out a month with a.hairline fracture of the left hand, sustained Friday night, only moments before center fielder Gary Geiger suffered a concussion crashing into the wall. Geiger was carried out on a stretcher and hospitalized after he rammed the barrier attempting to make a leaping catch of Francona's triple on the first play of the game. Cleveland 160 032 200—14 14 4 Boston 000 202 231-10 14 2 Ramos, Hawkins .(8), Funk (9) and Romano; Schwall, Kolstad (5), Nichols (7), Cisco (9) and Tillman. W—Ramos 3(-2), L — Sehwall (1-7). -Home runs — Cleveland, Kirkland (9), Francona (5), Held (8). Boston, Yastrzemski (7), Malzone 2 (6), Tillman (8). HOSE TRIP TWINS ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS (AP —The Chicago White Sox departed from their usual script Saturday and pummeled the Minnesota Twins 8-5 with a 13-hit attack that included .eight extra base hits. Leading the Chisox onslaught were Luis Aparicio, who bejted his third home run of the season, a double and single; Nellie Fox, who tripled home a pair of runs; Floyd Robinson, who had a double, 'triple and two runs batted in, and Joe Cunningham, who singled, doubled and tripled. The attack came off four Minnesota pitchers—starter Jim Donohue, loser Lee .Stange (1-1), Ray Moore and Ted Sadowski. The Twins exhibited some lusty hitting of their own, chasing starter Early Wynn with two runs in the fourth and three -more in the fifth on Bob Allison's three- run homer. It was Allison's first home run since the.second week of the season and only his third of the campaign.' Ihicago 000 040 310—8 13 0 Minnesota 000 230 000—5 '91 Wynn, Zanni and Lollar; Dono'- hue, Stange (5) Moore (7), Sdow- ;ki (9) and Battey. W—Zanni ' (£ 2). L—Stange (1-1). . Home runs — Chicago, Aparicio (3). Minnesota, Allison (3). ANGELS TRIM A's LOS ANGELES (AP) - Rookie Dean Chance pitched his first complete game in the majors and Leon Wagner hit his 15th' home run Saturday "as the Los Angeles Angels defeated Kansas. City 8-1. Chance, picking up his fourth victory in seven decisions, was touched for 10 hits. But the Athletics could score only in the sixth, when Jose Tantabull doubled and came in on a single by Manny Jimenez. Wagner's homer, a 390-foot drive off John Wyatt, put -the -Angels ahead 1-0 in.the third. It tied him for the American League home run lead with Jim Gentile of Bal timore and Norm Cash of Detroit. The Angels scored three times in the fourth on a walk and doubles by Bob Rodgers, Earl Averill and Albie Pearson. They got two unearned runs off reliever Bill Kunkel in the fifth with the help of an error by shortstop Dick Howser. Kansas City • 000 001 000—1 10 1 Los Angeles 001 320 20x—8. 8 1 Wyatt, Kunkel (5), McDevitt (5) and Azcue; Chance and Rodgers. W-Chance (4-3). L-Wyatt (4-4). Home run—Los Angeles, Wagner (15). '" ' Ward, Sutton InlOO-Milcr MILWAUKEE .(AP) - The na (ion's - lop drivers, headed by Rodger Ward and -Lcn Sulion, the, one-two finishers in the Indianapolis 500-mile Memorial Day classic, are entered in the 13th annual 100-mile Rex Mays memorial auto race at State Fair -Park Sunday. A field of^S was lined up for ;he trials which will cut the number of cars to 22 for the big race opening the Milwaukee .season. Ward and Sutton will drive .heir Leader Specials, owned by Milwaukee sportsman Bob Wilke. Ward finished ll'/a seconds ahead of Sutton • in winning his second Indianapolis 500. Other lop drivers down to compete include 'A. J. Foyt, Eddie Sachs, Dick .Rathmann, .Troy luttman, Shorty Templeman, Roger McQuskey and Parnelli Jones. The drivers tested (he paved mile track at the Slate Fairgrounds Saturday. Drivers who failed to qualify will compete in a special 20 miler. Promoter Tom Marchese ex- •jects a crowd of more than 32,000, 'which would better the Milwaukee record of 30,007 fans who turned out for the Mays ;lassic last year. SEZ YOU!—Roger Maris, with bulging neck veins showing his anger .vociferously protests being called out at first base by umpire Al Smith in 8th inning Saturday. Coach Wally Moses tries to restrain the New York Yankee star but Maris was ejected. Then the Yanks exploded for five runs and went on to win 7-3 over the Baltimore Orioles. (UPI) Frankfort Jr. Legion Nips Wai ton GALVESTON - Frankfort Jr. Legion nipped the Walton Jr. Legion baseballers in a scheduled game brought to the local field Saturday 'when the Walton diamond was found too muddy for' action. Frankfort won 4-1. The invaders were led by Harper with two doubles while Mike Moss and Stan Frantz had .if double apiece for Walton. Walton 'is scheduled to oppose Valparaiso in the second half of a twin bill at Riverside park in Logansport today. Logan Jr. Legion plays Valpo in the first game at 2 p.m. Logan's starter at Michigan City was rained out Saturday. Summary: R. H .E Frankfort 492 Walton . 143 Morris and Shoemaker; Frantz, Curry, Moss and Jones. Mike Marsh Signs With New York Mets NEW CASTLE, Ind. (AP)—Mike March, 18-year-old pitching star at New Castle High School, said Friday ..he has signed with the New York Mets for an undisclosed bonus. The 5-foot-8, 188-pound right- hander compiled a 23-6 record in four years o£ high school baseball, averaging better than two strikeouts an inning. He will report to the National League club's Florida training .camp next spring. STANDINGS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. New York 31 19 .620 — Cleveland .... 29 21..580 2 • Minnesola 32 . 24 .571 2 Detroit - 28 24 .538 4 Los Angeles 66 28 24 |38 '4 Chicago ....... 28 27 i518 5 Baltimore — 25 29 .463 8 Kansas City ... 25' 31 .446 9 Boston 21 30 .412 10'/ 2 Washington ... 17 36 ,321 Wi National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles ... 41 19 ,683 • — San Francisco 40 19 .678 '/a incinnati 30 22 .577 7 St. 'Louis 29 24 .547 8& Pittsburgh .... 29 25 .537 9 Milwaukee .... 27 29 .482 12 Houston ....;.. 24 31 .436 14>/ 2 Philadelphia .. 22 32 .407 16 • Chicago 19 37 .339 20 New York 14 37 .275 22V4 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE Milwaukee 4-5, Pittsburgh 3-3 Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 1 New York 11, Chicago 6 St. Louis 8, San Francisco 4 Houston 13, Los Angeles 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 7, Baltimore 3 Washington 4, Detroit 2 (10 innings) Chicago 8, Minnesota 5 Boston 10, Cleveland 4 Los Angeles 8, Kansas City 1 INTERNATIONAI; LEAGUE Columbus 9, Toronto 6 Rochester 5, Atlanta 3 Buffalo 8, Richmond 0 Syracuse 7-1, Jacksonville 6-5 (2nd game in 8th) Clem Is Tops In Micro Runs, - Ronch Clem was lo'p driver again at the Micro-Midget racing program' on the new paved track near Lake Cicott -Saturday night. He set the' fastest qualifying time of 10.77, won the old class trophy dash, a heat race and took the 30-lap feature, a big evening for the local driver. Rocky Hurst of Lafayette won the IF class trophy dash and a heat race, Larry McLeland of Burnettsville and Tommy Corcoran of Logansport also won heat races. Mike Clem won two heat races and finished second in the holly contested feature. Larry Sallee was third in the big event. EX-IRISH ATHLETES ELECT SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP)-The new president of the Notre Dame National Monogram Club is Larry 'Moon) Mullins of Milwaukee, 'uWbacfc on Knute Rockne's last two teams in 1929-30. Mullins was elected Friday along with Frank Miles of South Bend new first •ice president and Bill Early of South Bend, second vice president. Lafayette 9 Trims Logan The Lafayette Columbians walloped the Logansport Merchants in a scheduled CIBL game at Riverside park diamond Saturday night 14 to 7. It was the second straight loss'for the locals and Lafayette's first win in two starts. The invaders settled the issue! with arc eight-run blast in the third inning featuring a bases-loaded homer by Bresnahan. He hit another one in the sixth. His teammate, Weltzin, also cracked out a pair of solo homers. Logan's longest blow was a homer by Billy Bob Jones, who led off the second inning with his blast over the left-center field fence. The Merchants will play at New Castle today at 5 o'clock. Players are to meet at Main and Burlington for the trip at 1 o'clock. Summary: Lafayette ... 008,101,014-44132 Merchants .... 010,140,010- 7 11-1 Lemond, Sterling, Purvis and Danaher; Beeson, Thomas and Sweet. GOLF FIELD FILLED LAFAYETTE, Ind.'(AP) - The State Junior Golf Tournament to t>e held at i Purdue University's South Course June 18 - 22 has its maximum field ,of 208 entrants filled. They represent 61 clubs or courses. Only 10 of the 64 youths in last year's championship .flight will be back, principally because of an age limit reduction from 21 to 17. By the end of 1961, there were between 16 and 17 million persons in the U.S.jwho had reached the age of 65 or more. Complete General Line of » Fishing Equipment • HunHng Equipment ( Reloading Equipment » Archery Equipment > Exercise Equipment Let us help you make his gift a Remembered One BENSON'S GUN & KEY SHOP (Logansport 122 S. 6th St. Dial 2686 LLB Opening Is Conducted Don Grain was presented a plaque for his ten years service to the Logansport Little League during opening day ceremonies held at Grain Park Saturday evening. Mike Tocco was also presented with an award for his ten years of service as a Little League manager. Several managers who have been with the Little League program for five years were presented with awards. Master of Ceremonies Tom Hirschauer introduced' all of the Little League ball players along with the officers, Ray Gust, president; Leo Ott, vice president; Eddie Alberts, treasurer and Betty Hall, secretary. Also introduced were the men's and women's auxiliary. A special service in the memory of Billy Pfaff, who died earlier this year, were conducted by Jim Smith. Billy was a former' Little League ball player. The Pepsi Cola bottling company defeated RBM 7 to 1 in an exhibition game. The league season opens Monday. SETS WORLD MARK LOS ANGELES (AP) - Little Tim Bealty bettered Ihe world 2- mile record Friday night with the sensational time of 8:29.8. The record' is 8:32,0, set by Alfred Thomas of Australia, Aug. 7, 1958, in Dublin, Ireland, Second Small Riot In Johnson Co. Jail FRANKLIN, Ind. (AP)-A second small-scale riot, within a week broke out in the Johnson County Jail Saturday. Sheriff Wiliam J. Stillabower said mental patients were responsible in both cases. HAVE FUN WITH YOUR BOAT Insure it with Us " REDUCED RATES CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Insure In Sure Insurance 224 S. Third Phone 3758 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Louisville 2, Denver 1 WnghlWhlps Second'Mo/er NEW YOItK (AP) — Welterweight Teddy Wright of Detroit compleled his mastery over the fighting Moy'lir family of Portland Ore., Saturday night by winning an upset, spit 10-round decision over middleweight contender Den. ny Moyer lit Madison Square Garden. Wright, a i.l-5 underdog, weighed 153'/ 2 (o Mover's 159; II. was the ; Uiird victory in 35 days for Wright, who outpointed Phil Moyer in the Garden two weeks ago. Saturday night's televised 10- rounder was : a brisk battle all the way. The verdict was greeted jy a mixture i of boos and cheers. Referee Arl Mcrcante and Judge Tony Castellimo each had Wright ahead 5-4-1 in rounds. Judge Joe Agnello had Moyer in front,- 6-4. The Associated Press card had Moyer ahead, 0-4. Gregory Is Winner In Sport: Car Race ORONO, Ontario (AP)—Masl«n Gregory of Kansas. City won Saturday's 2011-mile international sports car r.-::e at Mosport Park, beating runwrup Roger Penske of Philadelphia by almost two minutes. Gregory in his Lotus 19 and Penske in his Cooper Monaco were the only two drivers to complete the two-heat race—80 laps over a 2'A mile track. The winner averaged 91,9 miles per hour with a time of 2 hours, 10 minutes, 3ft seconds. Penske's time was 2.12:19. Dan Guney of Riverside, Calif., winner of the first heat, was forced nut of the second by an overheated engine. Indianapolis 500 winner Rodger Ward also had to quit because of mechanical difficulties, as did Jim Hall of Midland, Tex. The King don't care? Don't you believe it. This certificate entitles choice) for the best in at MYER'S LANES. 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