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The Boston Globe Wednesday July 31. 1963 45 Sox Close Home Stand Stuart, Mejias Wallop Homers ' FENWAY PARK Dick Stu ftrt unloaded his 23d home run jdeep into the left center field rets with Carl Yastrzemski aboard in the fourth inning of todays game with the Twins Stuart's wallop ran his runs- batted-in totals to 70. After Frank Malzone folowed with 8 single, Roman Mejiah blasted Lee Strange for another four-bagger as the Sox fashioned a four-run rally. Earlier, Bob Allison's fourth-jnning homer plus a two-run Twin assault in the third had Starter Bob Heffner in trouble. During this home stay the friendly Fens was anything but that as the Sox went into today's game with an abysmal J-8 showing which exicted them from second place and plummeted them to fifth. Sox-Twins Play-by-Play i FIRST INNING TWINS. Malzone threw out Rollins. Power flied to Geiger. Killebrew fouled to Nixon, j NO RUNS, no hits, no errors, none left. RED SOX Schilling popped to Versalles. Rollins threw out Geiger. Yastrzemski grounded o Mincher. NO RUNS, no hits, no errors, pone left. SECOND INNING TWINS Mincher filed to Yastrzemski. Allison fouled to Nixon. Malzone threw out Battey. NO RUNS, no hits, no errors, Done left. RED SOX. Stuart fanned. Versalles threw out Malzone. Mejias singled to left. Mejias stole second. Bressoud walked, Nixon forced Bressoud, Power to Versalles. NO RUNS, one hit, no errors, two left. THIRD INNING TWINS Hall singled to right. Versailles doubled to left, Hall stopping at third. Stange walked, loading the bases. Rollins hit into e double play, Malzone to Schil- -,(? to Stuart, Hall scoring and M Versailles taking third. Power F Jell uui cm imiuiu, vuaauca oring. Killebrew beat out an j nfield hit. Power stopping at second. Mincher went out. Stuart to Heffner. TWO RUNS, four hits, no errors, two left. RED SOX Heffner flied to Allison- Rollins threw out Schilling. Power threw out Geiger. NO RUNS, no hits, no errors, none left. FOURTH INNING TWINS Allison hit his 24th home run of the season into the Red Sox bullpen in right field. Battey popped to Schilling. Hall fanned. Versalles singled to left but was out trying for second, jYastrzemki to Schilling. ONE RUN, two hits, no errors, none left. RED SOX Yastrzemski singled to center. Stuart hit his 23d home run of the season into the left field screen scoring behind Yastrzemski. Malzone I doubled to left -center. Mejias 'hit his 8th home run of the sea-tson over the left field screen scoring behind Malzone. Bressoud walked. Pleis replaced Stange on the mound. Nixon flied to Allison. Heffner flied to Allison. Schilling was safe when Versalles booted his grounder for an error. Bressoud stopping at second. Geiger flied to Hall. FOUR RUNS, four hits, one error, two left. Fenway Lineups Jim Blumenstock, Ex-Fordhani Grid Star, Dies at 46 PASSAIC. N.J. (API- James A. Blumenstock, 46, who was an outstanding halfback at Fordham College and later a professional football player, died today in Passaic General Hospital. The cause of death was not announced. Blumenstock lived at Lyndhurst, N.J. He played for Fordham in the 1941 Cotton Bowl game won by Texas A. & M., 13 to 12, and the 1942 Sugar Bowl game in which Fordham edged Missouri 2 to 0, thanks largely to Blumenstock's punting. He was with the Bethlehem Bulldogs in 1942 and the New York Giants in 1947. TWINS Rollins, 3b Powers, 2b Killebrew, If Mincher, lb Allison, rf Battey, c Hall, cf Versalls, ss Strange, p RED SOX lf2b, Schilling cf, Geiger If, Yastrzemski lb, Stuart 3b, Malzone rf, Mejias ss, Bressoud c, Nixon p, Heffner UMPIRES McKinley, Chy- lak, Rice, Valentine. Battis Piles Up Lead at Foxboro FOXBORO Multiple victories in a single night of harness racing continue to give Paul Battis, Danville, N.H., reinsman, a clear lead over fellow drivers at Bay State Raceway. Here are top 10 winners: Driver Starts Wins 2d s 3d s Paul Battis 104 Alfred Day 180 Cliff Boyd 95 Leroy Copeland... 83 Clint Hodgins 52 Joe Lighth.ill 59 Ray Kellogg 65 Bob Stiles 57 Bill Faucher 81 Harold Story 51 32 24 19 17 14 12 23 21 15 16 4 14 4 6 10 6 Saratoga Results FIRST $3800, maidens, 3-year-olds and up, 6 furlongs. Dupage Lady 4.60 3 10 2 1 0 Roval Terry 4.10 2 50 Picnic Time 2.50 Heliofluff, Red Spy, Cap and Gown, Flying Maid. Tulagi. Swipe also ran. SECOND $4000, claiming, 3 year olds. 6 furlongs. Another King 15.20 8.00 6.80 Balsmar 13.70 8.90 Sotmdthecharge 4.80 Scopelike, Renegson, Dark Alloy, Not Again, Pep, dgHigh Rank, Reality also ran. dEFinished 2nd, disqualified, placed last. DAILY DOUBLE Dupage Lady Another King (8-3) Paid S55.80 Laurel Results & 4- Saratoga Entries For Thursday ! FIRST $.'J500. allowance. 3 Best Dare 7:60 3.40 2 40 dhswin 2.60 2.201 Sidling Sam 2.20' FIRST $3200. claiming. 3-j ear-olds Kaminare. Bay Weeper. Mis ana up, maidens, e lurlongs. Hers, Big Jody. Valley Out, Tapis Midicate 1 17! Ac't Balanced 115 Volune. Hay Count also ran. Diavoco 113IWeld 118 SECOND $3000, claiming. 3 year jBelle Isle 112iTriumvirate 113 olds. 6 furlongs. iBlue Murder 113 :iMr. H'dy A'dy 113 Blessed Verdict o.uu 3 u ' j.to eee uiny liJAn-wee 113 Wawona 9.00 4.80 : Happy Faculty 118 Chief 113 Shady Maid 2.80 Goose Step 113 Rapidan 113 113 Scarboro Entries claiming, three and 112'Rusty Bing 117 117uoble Toe 112 112 Red Ruler 117 117 Dewey Jr. 117 117iSteohth 112 SECOND S90O. claiming, threa and un. 6 furlongs. FIRST $900, Un 6 furlongs Phils Intensify Julie Lee Joes Master Four Monmouth Results FIRST $3000, olds, 6 turiongs. Miss Elsie V Honest Sare Michty Dancer. Best Over All. Straieht Jane. Vita Present. Hard Bargain also ran War Lord 117liTexas Twister armgoale ""'107 aRoss-Titus entry. SECOND $4000, claiming, 2-year-olds. 5'a furlongs. l lo'acontrol fonu 1221 BrilJie 117'Cohagen lllllnspiration 114 Local Gossip 117iaPl's're Cr'se ' 117! entry. allowances. 3-vear- oi as & up, lit miles murdies Tom Moore 146!Counterate Znb M39iCurtainFaIl Ramth'rn Cr'lr 1 -Ifl TVihlnn 7.20 3. 60;Dead Center 154!Peace John 17 fin Rin Pr nee Bective 1.15 2K0I FOURTH $3200. claiming, 2-year-rhw m hi old maidens. 5 '-a furlongs. rkarf TtirthriavlSatis 11 8lShornin naaes nm iz un me ijine Rav Rranriv. I un Far. Some Sioux Love Too. Darling Bloom, Leonores Baby also ran. DAILY DOUBLE Best Dare & Blessed Verdict (4-5) Gersteve raid .(3.i Polaris THIRD $4000, allowances. 2-year-1 (jnion Bridge olds. 6 furlongs. Air Voyage Benedict 8.60 4.20 3.40 True Sue Brow Band 4.00 2 60 Bright Lassie nosty ju an oiu Deterrent aanuet Farm THIRD $4500, claiming, ...14.80 3-year- 118 117 113 122 117 104 154 151 146 151 claiming, 3-vear- SECOND $4000, oldi. 6 furlongs. Sir Robert .10.80 dqM. faimon Stock Rjillvvan Royal Bala. Jaques Danza. Four Penny. Silver Circuit. Joe Curler, Balanced Rider alto ran. 40 1440 117 Swaggerer 117 Red Arrow 117'In Case Of 112 Sandras Miss 1 17 Jacksorbetter 117 117! 117 i 112' 117 Reenanto Calipso Bob Omissible Lucky Island Ex THIRD $900 claiming. maiden' three-year-olds, 5V2 furlongs. Gladys L. 'HONobleGirl 103 Miss Onion 108 Friendly Flme 108 PearlieD. 115' Jam Smart lis1 Bote Rouee 120 Bragg Janeda 113 ThatsJaneda 108;Eternal Chief 120! FOURTH $900, claiming, three andj up. 5 lurlongs. n joanie-sue 110 Vals Ruler 119 Pink Whip 114 Weygame 11 l!Zevs Zephyr dqFinished fint, diaqualified and placed second. DAILY DOUBLE Miss Elsie V & Sir Bnbert paid $71,80 ROCK Continued from Page 1 118 122 122 12-2 118 122 115 118 120 110 117 122 122 119 Double Plus Countess A Favor Me Susie's Pen Bell Select FIFTH $900. claiming, three and up, mile and 70 yards. FlufTyMcDufry 112-Mystic Sword 117 Kite Of Susps. 114 Doctor John G '109 Raid 117: nadny John 114 EastieGa' 104 Ivy Leaguer 120 William Henry 114!Isie Of Roses 109 SIXTH $1000, allowance, three and up, 6 furlongs. Sour Dough 122 Done Raining 119 Bed Pal llo VVell Chosen 114, Woodbine Boy 118 Carless 115; Lisas Buddy 119 Coach Ed 122: Pont Rouge 114!Scotch Boy 115 1 SEVENTH $1100. allowance. The Kennebunk. 3-year-olds. 6 furlongs. Swinging Sam 113 aRoad Song 115 Hard Grandma 112 cPretty Jewel 115 Refreshed 110 Br kfast In Bed 113 P tryInMotl'nll7 Toni-Kay 115 aDuffus 117! EIGHTH $900. claiming. 3-year-elds and up. mile and 70 yards. Susans Praver 104!Willanne 110 Cricket Cheer 120 McGillicuddy 120 St Clair 106-Sis Boone 115 Arabian Lad 120JHellenic King 120 Star Of ParneU 120 Peterman 120 NINTH $900. claimng. 3-year-olds and up, mile and 70 yds. FogleeLee 115 Buds Promise "105 JimesGift llliPush Me Down 120 Michekee 115'LittleBo 120 Praise Us 114 Miss Sterling 115 Princess Teddy 109iGuilty Verdick 117 Phil Crystal 1 22 Civic Crown aSeason Spirit 115!bConnerstnwn 4 fio iPurple Lilac "110 Deep Thinker 9 00 1 praise Worthy 118!Irving Speaker 4 00 i His Choice 118'aNobody Much snarp eye imurncer sw ney bAhab . 120ISun Triomphe ar unon-fomaexter entry. bR and R Stable-Riverside Stable entry. FIFTH $4500, allowances. 3-year-olds & up. 6 furlongs. Chronicle 119!CarrUlon 2nd D'ble Warrant miRareFet Kind Thought 112 Seek and Find Lucky Turn 1191 Silver Reel Mann Jack 1141 SIXTH $15,000 added stakes, year-old fillies. 7 furiongs. SECOND $2000. claiming. 4-year-Gay Serenade 112 aKing s Storv olds and up, li' miles. . ... Sally Ship 124' aBold Consort Popinjay 8.00 g 20 4.40 Charspiv 115 Prodana Nev'ta 112 Headwind 13.80 6.60 june Frolic 112:Batleur 112 Light Miles 4.801 aWheatley Stable entry. Last Story. . Harlgn , City, Gale SEVENTH $15,000 added stakes. Stalker. Special Train. Pauliag. 3-year-old fillies. 7 furlongs. 112 118 124 11S o on 3.20 117 112 112 117 112 121 115 Northern Ruler, Roman Wizard, also pam's Ego 118'Vast Scope 1! ran THIRD $2200, olds, 6 furiongs. Line Road Proud Warrior . . Risque Pet claiming, ... 8.60 3-year- aNo Resisting wise (vurse !Rarhwnlf ? 40;LadyKrachl 2.40 2.40 21 Main Sw an 118 Lamb Chop 115 aMedici 1151 Rock Jockey Standing Jockey 1ST 2D Wajda 36 21 Moyers 22 11 Winant 15 15 Moriarty 15 9 Skuse 13 9 Kurtz 10 9 aWheatlev Stabie-Phinns entry. EIGHTH $5000, allowances, 3-year-olsd and up. li'. miles i turf I. Animation 2d 117! Hard Nose 112 Cedar Key 110 Tom Cat 112 3D Quick Pitch HOCabelerv 112 on No Reprieve 1121 u NINTH $3500. claiming. 3-year-20 olds and up, fillies and mares. 1V 4i miles. 11 TaraDunstan 114'Lady Brigd 101 If) Hesquina 108 Bet N' Fret 114 ir.TerriBlue 118 Kitty Beale 114 HiCarbie 114 in! zThree, 'five, seven, 10 pounds iU' apprentice allowance claimed.. AT YANKEE STADIUM Innings 1234 56 789 R Athletics 000 00 Yankees 0 0 1 0 0 - --- - - Sam McCracken's ROCKINGHAM HANDICAPS Thursday, Aug. 12 P.M. BEST BET MARCUMBA (Eighth) LONGSHOT COUNT CLOWN (First) 1ST $2200, claiming, maiden 3-yr.-olds, 6 furs. ($3000-2500): DeFelice Paces' Wajda Threatens DeRoin's Record Hub Typos' 3 Count Clown 120 14 More Coins 120 13 Lady Mink 111 8 Real Cracker 120 12 Don Nilo 118 6 Mr. Greer 120 9 Court 116 5 Tammeo 111 1 Palm Prince 116 4 Countess Hilda 111 7 Flag Glance 116 10 Velata 111 2 Joe Nathan 111 11 I Love Granny 115 2D $2000, claiming, 4-yr. 3 Tom Bulger 118 6 Nickelplate 114 1 Golden Wac 109 2 Harney Cal 116 8 Adirolf 113 5 Golf Scon 114 7 Carole's Way 109 8 Lone Peak 116 4 Millville 109 No Boy Moyers Wajda Pichette Glassner Calandrelli Landers Giovanni No Boy No Boy No Boy Pichette Gallese Connolley olds & up, Kurtz Moyers Winant Wajda Giovanni No Boy Winant Behrens Donato 10-1 3- 1 5- 1 4- 1 3- 1 6- 1 20-1 4- 1 8-1 10-1 10-1 10-1 20-1 20-1 Reported ready Last was good Should go well Good finisher Improved last Good 'Gansett Failed Delaware Disappointed Bolted in last Last dull Must improve Tipped last time Last poor Poor form 6 furlongs ($2000): 4-1 Last endorses 4-1 Figures close 4-1 Blocked in last 3-1 Will close fast 6-1 Fair effort 10-1 Longshot chance 10-1 Speed, factor 10-1 Strong finisher 15-1 Idle, works well 2d Victory 3D $3000, maiden 2-year-olds, hY furlongs. 9 Luscious Lois 117 Landers 6-1 2 cMerry Guarde 120 No Boy 3-1 3 aBail Seller 120 No Boy 4-1 11 Captain Chacha 117 Wajda 6-1 6 cGood Bell 117 No Boy 3-1 7 Stepapeace 120 Moyers 8-1 10 Hilma 117 Wajda 5-1 4 Peaceful Sue 112 Moriarty 6-1 8 Redact 120 Bradley 10-1 1 aPat Cummings 120 Mercier 4-1 5 Rockside 120 Moyers 20-1 ST. LOUIS (AP) Behind the power hitting of catcher! Bob DeFelice. Boston smashed Chicago, 11 to 5, for its second straight ictory in the Union Printers Baseball tournament Tuesday. Continuing his hitting spree, DeFelice whacked a two-run double in the seventh to put his club ahead by one run and then repeated the feat the following inning to ice the contest. DeFelice's two-day hitting includes nine R.B.I, and five runs scored on three doubles, a triple and a home run. Dick Taylor started on the mound for Boston, yielding three runs to Chicago in 41 innings, while striking out five. Joe Guarino followed Taylor and pitched excellent relief ball until he faltered in the eighth. With the bases loaded and Boston ahead, 6 to 5, Manager Lettiere called Jack Ball in from shortstop to pitch. Ball ran the count to three and two and then struck out Chicago's faul Warmbold. Boston's opponent Wednes day will be St. Louis which bounced back with a 17-to-0 victory over Detroit after losing the opener to Washington, 5 to 0. SALEM, N H. With 35 winners in the first third of Rockingham Park's Summer season Henry Wajda appears to be a good bet to break Davy DeRoin's record of 62, set in 1957. Wajda had his best year in 1953 when he rode 197 winners, including a world record ride on Mark Antony. He has already totaled 140 wins and race fans expect him to have more than 200 for th year. Wajda in 125 starts has been in the money 63 times with 15 seconds and 18 thirds. LAUREL, Md. (LTD U. S. entries have won five of the 11 previous runnings of the Washington, DC, International. Sizzling trials Rough trip last Will be tough Promising debut Fits well Speed Vermont Last not bad Chance for part May go well Trailed debut Last poor GALL ABOUT Geit&Huitaj THE Jj8B(t 0F Y0UR DREAHS! aMrs. M. O. Kaplan-Geraldine Farm entry. cW. J. Beattie entry. Coach Lennon Gets Fulltime N.D. Post SOUTH BEND (UPI) Chuck Lennon, part-time as sistant basketball and baseball coach at Notre Dame for the past two years, has been elevated to fulltime status in both positions. Lennon is an Irish alumnus, class of '61. BATTERIES Segui and Lau; Terry and Howard. 4TH $2200, clmg., 7 Ogorki 10 Ijohn 9 Strike A Note 6 Mike's Luck 2 Stacy Always 1 Hasty Clowness 5 Nolensville 3 V-Charming 8 Stephanie P. 4 Key Man 5TH J';200, claiming, 4 maiden 2-yr.-olds, 120 No Boy 120 Wajda 108 Moriarty 120 Landers 117 Skuse 108 Giovanni 116 Wajda 116 Moyers 112 Gargan 116 . Calandrelli Syt furlongs ($4500-4000): 4- 1 Reported ready 5- 2 Weak ride last 12-1 Longshot factor 5-1 Good third last 8-1 Good 'Gansett 4-1 Promising out 8-1 Outrun last 10-1 Must show more 15-1 Poor effort 20-1 Shows little Janis " irber Blaze A Wish Prompt Peter Richly Endowed Rule Of Law 1 Leo's Belle 5 Prybell 8 Maria Donna 108 121 113 115 113 108 108 108 6TH $2200, claiming, 4-; 2 Words Of Love 110 4 Bay Drive 7 For Fun 8 Christy Mahon 1 Uncle Mel 3 Falcon Flight 5 Sir Wend 6 Warm Welcome 108 110 121 118 113 119 108 yr.-olds & up, 6 furlongs. ($2250-2000): Carrozzella 5-2 Edge at weights Skuse 8-1 Will improve Glassner 3-1 Ignore last No Boy 12-1 Last promising Mulkerrin 4-1 Strong finisher Moyers 8-1 Worked well Behrens 8-1 Speed at times Moriarty 12-1 Chance for part yr.-olds & up, 6 furlongs ($2250-2000): Kurtz 6-1 All the way Moriarty 3-1 Last good Landers 8-1 Strong finisher Beneito 4-1 Always dangerous J. Spinale 4-1 Some good outs Pichette 10-1 Last fair Behrens 8-1 Been idle Wajda 10-1 Must improve -year-olds, 6 furlongs. ($2750-2500): Moyers 4-1 Poor start last Wajda 3-1 Last excellent Moriarty 3-1 Figures close Moriarty 5-2 Won driving No Boy 8-1 Good Vermont Kurtz 8-1 Outrun last Giovanni 10-1 One good effort olds & up, 1 mile 70 yds. ($3500-3000) : Wajda 5-2 Blocked in stretch Keene 4-1 Back in form Moyers 8-1 Will improve Pichette 4-1 Late sprint speed No Boy 8-1 Chance here Rogers 8-1 Last was good No Boy 6-1 Last dull Behrens 6-1 Fair Pimlico 9TH $2000, claiming, 4-year-olds & up, 1 mile 70 yds. ($2000): 7TH $2300, claiming, 3 3 Lateen Sail 113 6 Drureen 113 7 Ringdown 1 10 2 Queen Gina 108 4 Roman Mommy 109 5 Scarlet Rose 111 1 Lady Sunni 108 8TH $2400, clmg., 4-yr.-i 5 Marcumba 116 7 County Agent 114 1 Evaskill 107 2 Turppa 113 6 Cricketeer 114 8 Sun Of Dinah 114 3 Bimmah 116 4 Prince Marty 114 4 Calabria 106 7 Avenue O. 114 6 Sunny Gem 114 5 Bavard 114 3 Miss Standish 111 2 Pensito 114 1 Shining Armor 109 Moscariello Pichette J. Spinale V. Spinale Landers Behrens Donato 5- 2 4-1 4-1 6- 1 10-1 6-1 6-1 Prepped Jersey Strong finisher Second last two Some good outs Last ordinary Late speed Mud improves Only 5 Lions Still Unsigned DETROIT LTD Only five Lions are still on the loose today, after the Detroit dub in the National Fooiball League signed defensive halfback Dick Labeau to a 1963 contract. The five unsigned veterans include all-pro defensive linebacker Joe Schmidt, offensive end Gail Cogdill, and defensive halfback Dick (Night Train) Lane. YOUR HOME 4 -.1 iaiu.uiaI uu-Tv-cr...1 'wSbS .im,1." i.i.ji mwiwiMk mJt mmm mm hum sn 7 lry B Warriors to Play Series in Hawaii SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) An exhibition schedule that will take the San Francisco Warriors to Hawaii again was announced today by General Manager Eddie Gottlieb. The Warriors will face the Los Angeles Lakers in a Hono lulu and outer-island series Sept. 27-Oct. 6, Gottlieb re vealed. EASTERN I.EAOI R rimlm :Mi. SnnnBfiHd 2-S. Binsh.imton 2. CliHileston 1. Rradinn 7, Voik 3. BUSTER CRABBE POOLS Can be installed in a week or less. Last for years and years. Requires practically no maintenance. Longest term guarantee. " Free estimate without obligation. Financing arranged. EUGENE F. HURLEY BUILDERS Needham, Mass. 444-4377 828-3932 Your Own Family Sized "in the ground" Swimming Pool Installed in 2 days I vmrn 115 TUDOR ST., SO. 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