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Page 46 BOSTON GLOBE SPORTS, MAY 4, 1961 Not Enough Fire for Wrigley But He Has Tigers Snarling Scheffing, Cast Off by Cubs, Proving Quiet Guys CanWin NEW YORK, May 4 (UPI) I The Chicago Cubs are doing better than expected with no manager at all but how about the good one they let get away? That s Bob Scheffing, new pilot of the Detroit Tigers, who twice drove the Cubs high er than they've been in the last 14 years (5th place) and was fired for bis pains. ; At Detroit, Scheffing has had the young Tigers in first or thereabouts through these early weeks and is demonstrating what many experts felt all alongthat he's a dandy manager for all his quiet ways. Though he is fond of saying, "you can't win without the horses," the Tigers have been the early sensations of the American League race. Schef ring knows he hasn't "the horses' yet but the Tigers handed him a rare two-year contract and he means to get em before his current term ex pires. It was quite a shocker when the Cubs dumped Scheffing at the end of the 1959 season after three years at the helm. He took the club out of the cellar his first year, pushed them to fifth his second and fifth again in '59 only 12 games back of the Dodgers and Braves who had tied for the pennant. . Bob had the Bruins a lot closer that year than they were the last time they made the first division with a third place finish in '46, 19 games off the pace. ' Still, there's no figuring the mental gymnastics employed by the Cubs and out he went. Where the Cubs would be r PLAYBOY'S PLAYMATE It coming to BOSTON YESPA, W Commonwealth kn. YOU can be hir escort! SEC CONTEST DETAILS SUNDAY GLOBE, SPORTS PACE ' VV:'' if: :': I;!??-' 'i'WC ?.?k-::H'i?M:&::-. if flf:! UlW- .iiiiiii ill. II,. I )l 'IWPA. Mm S ' ' TE Wif iV "Tif ! i m time n rtrr " t soohmoomomi S.S.Pierce Red Label Bourbon Straight Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey, 86 proof. Boitled by S. S. PIERCE Boston, Mass. today if Scheffing had re- i. iiirii,i tii in --- -- lie iuu 41 J VTIhU ;vu u& .... a n)i,n 1? nil n a players in Chicago, as he has in Detroit with such rookies as Steve Boros and Jake Wood, but presumably he lacked the Are owner Phil Wrigley likes to see in a manager. Currently, the Cubs with a rotating coaching system in stead of a manager are in the middle of the National League pack. Vedie Himsl was head coach for a fortnight and now Harry Craft is calling the shots. It's unique, maybe even cock eyed, but it's too early to knock the plan. It's doubtful, however, u tne Tigers would swap Scheifing for the entire cnicago Drain-trust. Big Bob has given back the Tigers some of their lost pride. , "That s a Dig lacior in win- Gonzales Wins Pro Net Title For 8th Time CLEVFLAND, Ohio, May 4 (UPI) Fancho Gonzales, the King, once again is on the throne. The 33-year-old Californian, playing like a man years younger, won his eighth world pro tennis championship last night here by overwhelming Frank Sedgman, 6-3, 7-5. Gonzales, who won seven times in a row, and then did not defend the title last year because of legal trouble, pocketed $3500 for his winning effort. . Sedgman, who fell before Gonzales in 1954 in the title game also, complimented the winner. "He covered the net very well and I couldn't get any good volleys going." Sedgman collected $2500 for being the runnerup. The doubles championship went to the team of Australian Sedgman and Spaniard Andres Gimeno, 7-5 7-5 and the winners shared $1000. The losers Gonzales and Barry MacKay of Dayton, Ohio received $450 for their efforts. CO. m ning with this club," Scheffing Isavs Th handed Bob a leaky i - infield and an in-and-out pitching staff when, he took over. They all have guttered at the start and the problem now is keeping them that way. In two years, he oughta know. Now 45, Scheffing was a Cub catcher for part of his playing career and, as onetime manager Charlie Grimm used to say, "He's a guy who really knows bow to use his head." That remark came after Scheffing had been hit on the head by foul tips a couple of times, flattened and almost knocked out, but got up to make plays. He uses it in other ways, too, and isn't likely to be out smarted very often in a duel of strategy. He's tough sometimes but he tries to go with his favorite creed, "Treat ball players the way you'd like to be treated yourself. Stuff like that just might work for him before he has finished at Detroit RED SOX (Continued pom Page 45) The pressure was tremendous and Carl had to be affected by it. But he has shaken whatever early-season anxiety he had and today is not only considered a good hitter by his mates but also a hitter who can produce in the clutch. That's a mighty big reputation to attain after 16 major league games. But he's earned it, and the kid is only starting. HIT AND RUN Mike For- nieles was the loser last night . . . Bill Muffett was driven out in the fourth inning when the A s broke loose with a seven run inning that was compounded by sloppy defensive play . . . The score was 8 to 0 after five innings and it seemed to be merely a question of how high the tally would go against the Red Sox . . . The Sox, however, scored two runs in the seventh off Ray Herbert who still was breezing along in the ninth 8 to 2. The ninth is worth recapitu lating . . . Wertz led off by flying out. Frank Malzone sin gled, Russ Nixon singled, Carroll Hardy doubled to left Buddin singled up the middle; Jim Pagharoni came through with a pinch single to left and Schilling singled to center. Yastrzemski then blasted a hot single into center field to bring in two more runs and knot the game 8 to 8. Andy Carey led off the 10th for the A's with a double . . . Don Larsen bunted safely and Dick Howser walked to load them up and Jerry Lumpe sin gled to bring in the winning run. The Red Sox have given up 12 unearned runs in three games with the A's this season. Gary Geiger turned in a gem of a defensive play last night going far to his left to grab Jay Hankins' smash . . . Dave Hillman was pitching when this catch was made and en abled Dave to go 16 innings without giving up a run this season. Red Sox are going after a right-handed power hitter . . . Word is out that Jim Lemon of the Twins is available. Joe Gordon, A's manager, pulled a startling move last night when he yanked the hottest hitter on his team, Marv Throneberry, for a pinch hitter . . . Gordon put up Al Pilarcik to bunt and he forced the lead runner at third base. Red Sox Averages BATTING U AB H RBI HR Ave Buddin 1 4 54 29 49 39 11 34 3 66 22 65 3 1 O .710 Muffett 4 Repulskl ... 6 Runnels ....16 Pagliaroni . . 13 Yastnemski 13 Wertz 11 Malzone .... 4 Nixon 13 Hardy 9 Schilling ....16 Harrell 11 Geiger 16 Brewer 4 Green 16 Delock: 4 Jensen .... 12 Monbouquett 4 Gile 2 Clinton 3 Wills 5 Stailard 6 Fornieles ... 7 Nichols 4 Killman .... 4 I 18 9 14 11 3 e s 17 5 13 1 S 1 f 0 0 s 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 .619 .333 .310 .286 .2B2 .273 .265 .261 .258 .227 .200 6 49 7 1 4 1 0 1 0 4 .167 .163 .143 .130 .ooo .000 .ooo .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 0 0 0 0 0 Conley 1 2 PITCHING IP HO SO BB W L, Wills 5 Hillman 16 1 3 Z 1 V ? 11 4 13 7 2 0 4 S Brewer 19 Delock 224 Conley 12 Monbouquetts 30 Stailard 7 IS 22 15 27 7 6 I 16 10 7 J7 2 0 3 rsicnois o Borland 1 Fornieles 6 Mi Muffett UH BUSES TO NIT6 HARNESS RACES LVS. lorfos. Park Sq. t-M M. Sullivan Sq. :lt P.M. Msdford Sq. .:2S P.M. 1 LVS. Csmbrldf., Harvard Sq. - P.M. Port.r Sq. : P.M. D.v Srr 10 P.M. Arlinqtea Or. 4:20 P.M. UTUtH AHIt MIT I4CI, ROUND TRIP INCL ADMISSION from Grtyhound T.rm Pars Sqg.n. lottos $2.50 trmi aMisr oiirtl J2.00 p.... u ii im.Pi "" imwiwwkii .MiMinm.ro UN Ml i n I if v 5 ! v. 5 (AP Wircphoto) TEAMMATES AGAIN Gil McDoi;gald (right) New York Yankee infielder until his retirement last year, scans roster of National League baseball clubs with George Weiss, president of the league's New York club which will begin operations next season. Weiss was general manager when McDougald played for the Yankees. American League National League Yesterday's Results R H E! AtK.C. (Larsen) N... 9 11 0, BOSTON (Fornilles). 8 15 1 (10 Innings) New York (Turley).. 7 12 1 At Minn (Ramos).... 3 6 3 At Wash. (McClain) .561 Detroit (Lary) 4 9 1 At Cleve. (Funh) N .. 4 8 0 Chicago (Staley) .... 3 7 1 AtL. A. (Cl'v'nger) N 7 12' 0 Baltimore (Brown).. 6 9 1 Standings W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB Detroit 11 5 .688 San Fran ....11 7 .611 New York ...11 5 .688 Pittsburgh ...10 7 .588 Vt Cleveland ...10 8 .556 2 Los Angeles. .11 9 .550 1 Minnesota ...10 8 .556 2 Chicago 9 9 .500 2 Baltimore ... 9 9 .500 3 Milwaukee .. 7 7 .500 2 Kansas City.. 7 8 .467 312 Cincinnati ... 9 10 .474 2Vs BOSTON .... 7 9 .438 4 St. Louis 8 10 ,444 3 Chicago 7 9 .438 4 Philadelphia.. 6 12 .333 5 Los Angeles.. 5 10 .333 5li Washington . . 6 12 .333 6 YEAR AGO TODAY: Sox in 5th W 6 L 6 .500 GB lVa Today's Games and Probable Pitchers (Eastern Standard Times) - New York (Ford 3-1) at Minnesota (Kaat 1-1) 2:30 p.m. Detroit (Mossi 2-0) at Washington (Daniels 0-2) 7:05 p.m. Baltimore (Pappas 1-2) at Los Angeles (McBride 1-2) 10 p.m. (Only games scheduled.) Batting GAB R H Pet 27 .422 20 .345 20 .345 21 .339 20 .339 Temole. Cleve 18 64 13 nattev, Minnesota 17 Sievers, Chicago. . 16 Mantle. NY 17 Romano. Cleve ..17 Gentile, Baltimore 19 58 58 62 59 56 54 54 65 54 13 12 16 S 11 9 4 9 Boros. Detroit ... In Runnels, Boiton .11 Kubek, N Y 17 Minoso, Chicago . 16 18 .333 18 .333 I, 17 .321 Home Mantle, New York Gentile. Baltimore Kluszewski. Los Angeles SIX tied With Dull uu Mantle, New York , 22 Gentile. Baltimore 21 Throneberry, Kansas City 16 Cash, Detroit 16 rrancona, Cleveland 15 RUNS FOR Team ThFSSMTWTl Team Th F S S M T W Tl Baltimore 5 4 5 6 7 N 27 Milwaukee 1 3 4 9 4-21 BOSTON 5 5 5 4 8 27 Los Angeles 9 7 11 128 Chicago 9495523 37 Cincinnati 2 37339 27 Cleveland 3 213 3 4 25 St. Louis 10 2 7 0 3 22 Detroit 2 910 6 4 31 San Fran. 0 7 14 4 8 33 Kansas City 1 213 3 7 9 35 Philadelphia 9311223 30 Los Angeles 2 6 4 2 6N 20 Chicago 5 411 9 533 Minnesota 4514643 26 Pittsburgh 6 8 6 121 New York 4 4 5 6 726 Washington 0205 35 15 j SIEGEL (Continued pom Page 45) The unofficial part is that rugby is not a varsity sport at Villanova. ... Dinner items: The Eddie Jeremiah dinner committee plans to bring the Dartmouth hockey squad down to Boston for next Wednesday's feast at the Kenmore. And Lou Little and the Most Rev. Jeremiah F. Minihan will be head-table guests at the dinner for George Carens at the Sheraton Plaza June 1. The retired sports columnist has known both since their college football days. If Frank Malzone Is impatient about the slow healing of his sprained foot, let him think of Ron Burton of the Patriots. Ron had similar injury a year ago and didn't recover during the season, although he had limited action. Furthermore, Burton was able to rest the foot since the Patriots had to play only once a week while baseball calls for action every day, or almost every day. Hill, Ex-B.U. Star, Appointed Coach Lenny Hill, former Boston I University and Watertown I Hirh nua High quarterback, was ap- IT IN EXSIGHTMENT GRANDSTAND iOt CLUBHOUSE $1.00 (To l.cl.) Hit fAHKIHG pic 6 R H E San Fran (O'Dell)... 8 10 1 Chicago (Curtis) .... 4 11 3, At Milw. (Spahn) N . 4 12 0 Los Ang. (Williams) .12 0 At Cinci. (Maloney) N 9 9 1 Phila. (Buzhardt) ... 3 8 1 At St. L. (Gibson) N . 3 7 0 Pittsburgh (Mizell) ..161 of the Clubs San Francisco (Jones 2-1) at Chicago (Ellsworth 0-2) 1:30 p.m. Los Angeles (Drysdale 2-2) at Milwaukee (Buhl 0-2) 1:30 p.m. Philadelphia (Mahaffey 2-1) at Cincinnati (Jay 0-3) 8:05 p.m. (Only games scheduled.) Moon, Los Angeles Cunningham, St. L, Aaron, Milwaukee Kasko, Cincinnati Gonzalez. Philadel. G AB H H Pet .18 63 13 25 .397 18 62 14 24 .387 14 58 8 21 .3K2 13 45 4 16 .356 16 5 10 19 !33fl Mathews. Milwaukee 14 57 19.3;i3 T. Davis. L. Angeles 20 7 12 25 .329 n n in 797 Bertell. Chicago is 40 4 13 .323. Runs gi.Moon. Los Angeles s 7 "L PS?,,"?.'.. If 6 Banks. Chicago. . 5 4tUrrnu.u Car. r.nn. im R Kover, St. Louis j Coleman, CincinnaU S, Riia,! In ugncu in t. Davis. Los Angeles "'hits and coming in on Aaron, Milwaukee ....17 , . . . McCovey, San Francisco 16Maye S Single. wmun, uob nnseies .in Clemente, Pittsburgh 14 Mays, San Francisco ...14 THE WEEK pointed head coach of football and basketball at Bridgewater- Raynham Regional , High School, it was announced by Athletic Director Larry Follo-ni. Hill will succeed Follonl who resigned as basketball coach recently ajter guiding Bridge-water High now a regional school to three Class D Tech tourney titles in the past six years. In football, Hill takes over for Charles Varney who will remain as supervisor of tbs school's intermediates program. McDougald Resumes I BB Career NEW YORK, May 4 (AP) Gil McDougald is ready to start a new career as a baseball scout at the age of 32. The former infielder who quit the New York Yankees because he didn't want to travel has hooked on with the New York team in the National Leagde. McDougald is reunited with his old boss, George Weiss, president of the new club. He will scout the central and north New Jersey area, concentrating on high schools and colleges. "We checked with Commissioner Ford Frick," said McDougald. "He said I was on the Yankees' voluntary retired list but was under no obligation as long as I was not a player, coach or manager." When McDougald left the Yankees he said he didn't want SPAHN (Continued pom Page 45) Making his first start since pitching a no-hitter against San Francisco Friday, Spahn spun a two-hitter for a 4-1 decision over Los Angeles, iro 1 1r in if tufa ctiLrinCT out nine for his 291st career Ivictory and first over the T ; jAjil.inm. uuuc.l i" BCVC" uc"a,u"VWte.fiown 6 ..V .. Newton South 6 spanning iour seasons. The superb southpaw lost a chance to join Johnny Vander Meer as the only major leaguer ever to pitch consecutive no-hitters when Junior Gilliam hit a pop fly double with two out in the third. The other hit was a two-out single by Tommy Davis in the ninth. In the other National League games, San Francisco rapped the Chicago Cubs 8-4 and regained first place when St. Louis spilled Pittsburgh 3-1. Cincinnati defeated Philadelphia 9-3. ' New York beat Minnesota 7-3 and tied Detroit for the American League lead when the Tigers lost 5-4 at Washington. Cleveland defeated Chicago's White Sox 4-3, and Los Angeles knocked off Baltimore 7-6. Spahn, stopping the Braves' skid at three games, had lost six in a row to the Dodgers since July 30, 1958, and hadn't started against them since mid June, 1959. This was only his second success against the Dodgers in 11 decisions since the Braves shifted to Milwaukee in 1953, and made his lifetime mark against them 15 30. No other club has Spahn down. The Dodeers broke Knah nip's .h. ii,. j : snuiuuh BlliJlg ut 11 73 innings Hoi nn ;illi-rvl, Viit nftik foil t:L! the feet of converted infielder' Harrington is.'.'..'.'."FWtrkt west ? Mel Roach in left field. Theiku"tte?,c7e 3:Y.:,:. wS double scored Charlie SmithJVhR'', ' pif, VV2 ! Who had Opened With a Walk and then Stayed put While SDahn fanned John Rnsphnrn ana losing risni-nanaer btan Williams (1-2). It was Spahn's third straight victory Ol me season, aiier an opening 2-1 loss in 10 innings I a a. I e i to St. Louis, and reduced his ' ' comcu iuu dvcidgc tu u.yi. SDahn scored thp flinrhpr1 himself, doubling in the second ;; tu r nf thrpp' Lee Poor Attendance KCTs I.L. Team In Puerto Rico BUFFALO. N.Y., May (UPI) The death knell sounded for organized baseball :. Tl A T-i : . .1 1 . . -T . unc woa auu ici man AiiLcriiiet': tional League President Tommy Richardson. The International League awarded its Miami, Fla., franchise to San Juan during the Winter and there had been hope that the Caribbean island city would be able to support a triple A baseball club. vijciihik uov uicw bu en- thusiastic crowd of 6600, but ii i -i-u. - tne suDsequent eignt games ac- counted for only 6400, or a to tal of 13.000 for nine games. That, according to Richardson i il. i was iar Deiow me league aver age, and as a result, the franchise will be shifted this week to another' city. San Juan General Manager Joe Ryan was contacted yester- aay Dy lucnaruMjn ijuor 10 j i t :i i : A the Marlins' game with the;Baitimor . o l 3 o 2 o o o o . , ' D , . , ,ji RBI-Wagner, Kluscws!'l. Avfrlli Buffalo BiSOnS here and tOld 2. Hamlin. Orv. Gentile 9. Merzng tn ho readv in move the fran 10 De reaay 10 move uie iran chise, back to Miami, Charleston, W. Va., or Montreal. New Supply In; Write for Globe Anglers1 Guide A Mw supply of The Globe's Guide to Fresh Water Fishing in Massachusetts is now available. The Guide lists the state's lakes and ponds and what fish are found in them. Additional information includes "access ratings." The first printing of the Guide was exhausted two weeks ago when thousands of readers wrote for copies. To receive your free copy of the Guide write: Promotion Department, Boston Globe, Boston 7, Mass. i as Scout to travel and also wanted to devote more time to his budding building maintenance business. McDougald said he had no desire to return to baseball as a player during Spring training. "That's one of the toughest parts of the year," he said. "Once you get in shape, base ball should be fun. The trouble was that it wasn't so much fun any more. When it gets to be work it is no good. "I think I had a couple of years left in me as a player. But the rest of It would have been the hard, rough way. Maybe hitting .270, .260, .250 or maybe even lower. I wanted to get out when things were still going pretty good." The versatile athlete who played second, third and short for the Yanks under Casey Stengel said he preferred shortstop. School Results BASEBALL . Newton n ...Biookiin Newton n , Brookane 6 1 Hindoo A . r&mhririfffl Latin 6 diet fiRKATKR BOSTON I.KAOt fc Revere 19 Lowell 10' tvereu d uuincv Maiden 3 Mrulord 2i COUNT! UAUIt Saugus 3 Beverly 0 Peaboriv 4 ... Haverhill 1 DIAL COUNTY LEAUl'E Lynnneld 3 ... Wayland 0 BAY STATE LEAGl E Milton 8 Walpole 1 Natlck 8 . . Norwood 6 iHlUDl.tSfcX liEAbll. Winchester 12 Heading 4 WakcKeld 9 Stnnrliam 7 Concord 5 Lexmuton 3 St. John's Prep 8 Aichblshoo Williams 3 Lawrence Central 8 Malicnon 3 St Mary's IL) 9 ... Keith 7 CATHOLIC SUBURBAN LEAtil E Our Lady's (Nt 6 St. Patrick's 6 CATHOLIC DISTRICT I. EAGLE St. Tiioinas 7 Sacred Heart W 1 LOWELL 81BLKBAN l.LAGL'E Billcrica 10 Chelinstord 9 Wilnuniiton 5 Tcwksbuiy , BUS1UN DISTRICT t.r.Adl t Charleslnwn 3 . East Boston 1 nuS'lUN CITY L.fcAliLE C. Hie; rad,. 0 NOKTHi ASTERN CONt EKLNCE Woburn 3 MarOlehead 0 Swamnscott S Uanvers 4 N An RAG AN SETT LFAdl F. cae io .'.'.".'.'..'.'.'..' westport 9 Prevoft 8 .. Dtfhton 81 Holy hm!'' ij. Awnnequit 4 SOI TH KHORE I.tAliLi. ' East Brtriccwater 9 . .. MarshneM 7 Cohasset 5 Duxou.-y 1 bcituate B Hrirttewaier J PREP-PR1VA TK Proctor 23 Holdcrness 0 Roxbury Latin 6 Milton 2 Grolnn 10 ,. Browne Nichols 1 Middlesex 5 Nobles 4 c?ovMDrumV3-;. Lawrence Academy 3 . . . Jhwer 2 NON LEAGUE Klmbal Union Ac. 5 New Hampton 4 Wilbraham Ac 15,.,-Monson Ac. 11 Fitchburg 3 Murdock 2 Pittsficld 9 . Drurry 0 Bradley 10 . . Manchester Memorial 1 Tatt 11 Sutficld 9 Choate 13 Loomis 10 Westminster 14 Gunnery 0 Kent 4 Trinity Poly 1 Vermont Ac. 3 Keene 2 Hotrhkiss 10 Cramwcll 3 Berwick Ac. 5 ...... Hebron Ac. 3 Wilbraham 15 Monson II Warwick S Cranston 1 !Mt. Pleasant 7. . K. providence 8 tne ft ProV. C asslcal 1 LaSalle 23 - Prov. centra WHutnl ft IMoscs Brown 7 Portsmouth Priory 3 OLD COLONY LF.AC.IE Hingham rB Knckland 2S MIDDLESEX LFAt.t K Belmont tifl' a Lexington SOW 80I TH SHORE I.EAiI F. Norwell 101 Duxbnry 3 Cohasset 53'i '. Maishlield SOtj Scituate 53 Kst Briricewaler 45's HOCKOMOCK LEAt-lJF: Canton M riiivrr Ames 4? ROSTON CONFrRF.NCK HvriTpark : Ol rrtlK Jamsira Plain 53. Chai lestown 30 10 B.C. Hiah 14B. Trade 81. Dorrhes NORTHEASTERN CONFFPFNCF. ter 2(1 winrnroD S( ijanver ;ia LAKE REOION CHAMPIONISHIP New Hampton 51 Tilton 45, cape cob leagi e nn n.rn... 7 'h. KTvn in i n ' .. xarmnuin 2 rti'muuin iya NOV LEAGUE Dartmouth 46Vi , Cnvle 30"i Loomis 73 Trinitv Fr. 4l Wakefield M RrndlnK 5H No. Quinc" 68'4 ., Quincy 53"j Cranston 87?4 ... Tolmsn 38 TENNIS Kent 8 Wealeyan Fr. 1 Tabor 8 Portsmouth Prlorv 3 Fxetor 6 Middlesex 3 M.I T. Fr. 5 Milton A- ad. 4 Milbi-oo 7 . . Westminster 2 St. George's 3 Prov, Countrv Day 3 rajrln ..'.'. 7-HoM 'on 5'i Cnmstoi E. IV? 4 Tbor 6 . Portsmouth Priory Z OLF .wiia'mV Cfcont 3! Monson 1 . n r c c w 1 nimiri ii!.!i o . rwimuMii tiiin'iiv r 1 . 2 innor Ac w M I.T. Fr. 7 Kimbsli Union Ac Var-itv s sailing ren wmiston a . . . Lenox o Angels 7 f?i.m et At I. a. Anre1e LOS ANGKI FS BALTlMrmE ab . cf 5 2 5 n. r i o o ?"rn,n; CI 2 0 Snd-er wagner.r s 6 2 5. R'fO! ( Williams. t m. R'snn. 3 'Gentile. 1 Tri.-ndos. c 4'Mansen, i Kl'2'jki. i ? 1 1 J iThr'b ry, If 1 1 .'cHunt.lf 3 1 .iverill. c If:,3 Hamlin, s i 2 4 I HerroB, r Busby, cf Bridse. Artrlr. 2 - lS;" 0 K'trado. p O'bPhilley 0 Hneft. p 1 0 0 0 csIJ, Bowst d. o I fCerv 0 1 p 3rown, p 0 0 0! 0 0 0! - .cuv'ser, b Totals 37 7 12 Totafs 35 Struck out for Kline in 4t,i: Into forreout for Estrada in S bill. flth: rStruck oit for Throneberry In th d Walked for Casale In 7th: eGroun-'ed out for Snyder m nth; fMit sacrifice fly for Bowificld in 8th. IjOI Anels ...o 0 0 0 0 1 2 3-1 inninsi I 1 j f 9 1 l Loi Anseles - iE Busby. PO-A Baltimore 28-'. I-os .., ,7.11. 2 out when winmns run irored in th. DP Leek and A.v nr-imonte. LOB Baltimore 8, Los An-selrj 9 2B Asprnmonte, Thronberry. HH -Herzns, Gentile 2. Klunrwski. Aver-ill. SB Snyder. FF t:eiv. Ftrd( E"!. 4 1 1 1 B.ownlL.1-1) II, 3 3 3 5 Bowsfieid i o o 5 o Clev'ser iW.2-0) 1 10 0 1 Hoeft 1 WP Casala 2. TJ IJmont. S'eKrt Berry, Linsalata. T-3:00. A 5C83, Auto Seat c 9 1971 Mi. Jlvi. (Porter Sq.), Cambrldtct All in Sport c 1 I "This is the last time I bowl herd Who are you saving all the strikes for anyway?" ( Yale Eleven SeenReneater As Ivy Titlist The Touchdown Club of New-York went nostalgic today with an Ivy luncheon and tho Statler Hilton was full of Ivy football stars of the past. Some of the representatives; Yale, Century Milstead, Walter Levering, Choo-Choo Train; Columbia, Montgomery, Al Barabas; Dartmouth, Bob Mc-Leod, Eddie Dooley, Bill Hutchinson; Brown, Fritz Pollard; Princeton, Dick Kaz-maier, Royce Flippin; Harvard, Torby MacDonald, Art French, Dave Guarnaccia; , Cornell, Brud Holland, Walter Scholl; Penn, George Munger and Ray t tick ana many, many morn. And looking ahead in the Ivy League, Yale the preseason choice of publicists and coaches to win the football championship again next Fall, might just do it. Especially if up-coming sophomores Don Burke and Stan Thomas make the grade. They are both halfbacks and 4iCOaCn Jordan Olivar says "they're even faster than the Dennis McGill-Al Ward combination of 1956." And that made the Ivy League coaches shudder during their annual ' , . , meeting at Providence this week. Brandeis' new coach, Philip L. basketball Philip, is dark-haired and eagei . . . He'll seek the "complete player, the one who can shoot, and play defense" . . . And he'll "stress defense the real weak-ness in most clubs." Young (31) and married (seven months), Philip is ona of 10 children, was an outstanding athlete at Worcestcl Classical, has been football and basketball coach at Mill bury High School since 1951 . . . His last two basketball teams had a 34-3 record anj his four-year record is 45-2(j . . . He succeeds Rudy Finder son, who resigned in March. After the Ivy League foot ball coaches meeting ended Tuesday, Buff Donelli of Columbia held court in a hotel room . . . His stories of th late Harry Agganis and soma great games enraptured ta-audience that included coache) John Steigman of Penn and Tom Harp of Cornell . . , Donelli was at his best. ROSA COLLEGES Flumere and Azone ieel he's goiiitT to be a good pitcher. "He can throw hard," Si sold Azzone. "He has a strong arm." oiH Fhimpre, ' Bard, however, isn't going ta forsake his Fruchtman Hall iLaitiiiiaLca. . v. cnance to win me cnampion s At : 'ship," he said. "And I'm going to sneak over and play with tne soiiDau team. t r ' .-1. ; i . . who daved all sDOits in high school. "Bov. this is fun beine on a team again instead of a statist 0 lii:,idll, tic saiu. uj yiin dujj- 9 pose I'm the only ball playet ? who's a sportswriter?" Tomorrow'! Games AMERICAN LEAGUE EOSTON at M'nnosota Washington at Cleveland Detroit at Chicago N Baltimore at Kansas City (Nt New York at Los Angeles (Nl NATIONAL LEAGUE ' San Fran at Philadelphia N1 Los Ange'es at Pittsburgh (N) Cincinnati at Milwaukee lN Chicago at St. Louis (N) 5" 1 R" I W V . S I i- r ! 1 .T AKfyi Covers 24 S5 Tor most cars --- installed fre. 7000 sets of custom covert in stock. RUBBER MATS I CARPETS CONVERTIBLE TOPS EXPERT UTHOLSTERY i YORK MFG. CO. HI M918 Open Hon., Wtd Frl. Ill 9 P.M.

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