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Tf y p y V w mp o'Y 'a"p o a"' 20 The Cedar Rapids Gasette: Thur.. Anf. 2. IMS National (Continued from Page 17.) IS vlctdrlei In 14 games . the latest a 5-1 conquest of the St. Louis - Cardinals Wednesday night. . . The triumph m o v e d the third-place Reds to within 7U pams of leaeue-leadinE Los Angeles ana wunin iwm mm P5t Soanaler.tf Lerker.lb Goodman Smllh.lb Mellat.rf 4 I A'monte.jrj 4 empoell.c M.rtmen n Woodehlck, imbrkht, endleton TeUttl Wednesday Major Box Scores 1 AMERICAN NATIONAL ( T Mlhme.ee ()) A HUH Ao jorwiton-cr WMIIien.t iMelhew.lb e 4 H Arorvrl ilAdcork.lb Meve.lt Crendall.C 6 Bolling,2b Snew, ad n .jo i aroenr.ib - aer.f VetVrmkl.lf PagltaranLc Runnels lb 0 MellOoe.R) 0 Brettoud.ta MonDoue, le.p Total 31 I Total II) I . CMUM 111 sHRbli Ab H Rb 0 Apar tcto.lt 0 Cunning'm,i 0 Rotilmon,ri 0 M4xnll.lt f Smith.) 4 Landl.cf 0 Collar Wvnn Mlaneeefe (I) 1 AO H RO Orn.cf,ll 3 OiAd.lr.Jb Power, 10 9 llllMrt (II As H RB 0 0 4 Total i a Mill Total Botton CilH f I nhtwioa.rr i v I I I Roihm.Jt) - o siNicnoiKfwn 4 t if 6 KHiebrew, 4 0 yfttrentlt.ct . J 1 4.Tut1ie.c SO 4ioiinean,3b 4 I 4 4 AIIIon.rf 4 2 1 villlem.lb 4 I If 0 Baltey.c 4 0 6 I Powell It ( I 4 4 Allen.Jb 4 i 0 rrlodot. , 4 4 4 4 Vertail, ) 0 Q1HonMn,u 1'S 4 Mint her 1 4 OiRoberlt.p 4 1 0 Martinet,- 1 4 IIBrown.p . 0 0 W 0 Total ' 43 15 "si Total Gerber's Hi fs Key as Robinson's Gains', 6-1 0(tt ftortt Writer 'I 01 000 WO 010 llMlnnnota e-None 108 Houtton a." MR-Aacock. w. ... , IP H R f R SB co. The uodeers were Deueaiwood-hkj( (L. 4-ii) a iff , , ... ..lUmbrlcht J' 1 I 1 ! by Pittsburgh -l while the Km 1 . I ! ! t J. . . . , Shaw (W. 13-11 0 4 I kayo 000 OHO 000 I Nona dp wynrt. aadowtal unntnvnani. LOB so ton t. ,J IP M 000 000 000 O'MonMa IW. t-ini a a 0U3 01 00 3 Mlrnn IL 111 t I , AMIwawkaa u-McKIomV, Chylak. Umont, t taw art. T 1:14. Al,liS. Baltlmoro 100 000 000 M J Lavlt Ab Cubs 3-2 in 10 innings. Elsewhere in the NL, Mil waukee shut out Houston 3-0 rknax, behind Bob Shaw and PMla-!&ii? delphia outslugged the New g,',3S York Mets 11-9. iZtfx t iMinota lOMvar.c The Cardinals got to Jim T"" OToole (il-11) for their loneihJ35"n'' run in the fourth inning oni totaii u Oooatalil, Mcorv. vtnion. 2 73. A Vlll. i 10.17?. 1 1 J ' 7i xv Pryor. T (PIRtT 9AMI) ii (It I ClKlnaaN 3 M Rbl otKawko.m 6 Rlat'am,2b 0 PirtKxil 4 0 0,LrKh.lt 4 I llRoblTM'O.' 10 0 Coleman, ID 1 I IE tfwarin, irdenal.U Tooit.e (5 (1) ADM Hb! 0 6 0 Card 4 4 O To Julian Javier a trinlft and st Louit single vy oian iviusiai, uui Robinson's homer following a Jerry Lynch single put the Reds ahead to stay. Larry Jackson (9-9) was the loser. The Pirates backed Bob Friend (12-10) with a 14-hit attack and made the most of X'oh' ill jil 14 0 J! ij 000 100 OOO 1 000 731 00- S t Jack ton DP Colaman anq Cardanau Cardaoaa, Blajmoama aoo folamart LOB - St. L. 4. Clnn. J. ?B -Manvlll. Lynch JB Javlaf. Cardan. HR - Rnvoo. ,p '"h VbB SO Jadrion (U M) ... J f f I 1 i.JfcJ, 4 JlC J:l A - 11745. Paarien.cf Mor an. 2b Wavnar.M L Tnoma.lb Ab M Rb Torr.3b C Thomabrt 4 0 0 Groan Koopa.M "JO oorant Chanca.o 4 0 priimp.Jb-Fowlar.p 0 4 0 Klndall.Tb Itlard Cl.l..4 (I) AD M KB OiCllna.ct ilLuplow.lf OiFrancona.lb t'Klrkland.rt llRomano.c OiKubluyn. 601 600 000 00 Rohart and Adair II. .itlmora ij. jo Kaat. SB AlllKW. S . IP H Kaat (W, .... 11 Robart (U4 ....10' 10 U 0 HBP Bv Kaat (Horioo). PB Bartoy J, u Soar, Smith. Rka. Paparalla. T -J:SI. A 1123. rrl and E-Mona. DP Crcao I. LOB Mlnnawt 1J, l I U V Mm i A m mm irt .i. i mi R ER BB SO 1 1 4 12 J ! iTwo Win 2nd Spot 4 4 0 Hi I'pi 0M 1 I Totalt Total 32 S 71 Manonev.lt) latmen.o Eaian Fwnfc.R Total 4 4 j Lot Aneala 100 010 0007 Cleveland ooo ooo ooi t PlttttHiroh () M KD Ab tHroa XmfmAnar srrrtri tn c a r I St'nnaf m vv iuvli viiuia iu ol'ar Stuart. ID 5 3 out of a losing skid in which v"hai''rt they had lost eight of nine &";r,e games. Six runs in the third j'.ro'Ui.jo tagged Stan Williams (9-7) with the loss. George Altman s two-run 70t.i. oi4i ' Friend, p Lot Antalet (1) Ab M Rb Willi.! 5 1iGilliftm.2t J I 0'W Davn.cl 4 0 ll T Davlt.lt JO 4 i 1 Fairlv. lb 0 0 0 Howard.rf 1 None. LOB to Ansele It Cleve land 4. JB Waonar, Pearton, Locknr. MR Romano. SB Pearton. . IP H R ER BB SO I i PB Romano. U Salerno, Berry, Hono-CMUl, ichwartt. T J 07. DB-Lot An- let 12. Clrvaiand 14. 2B Etteoian, hko. S McDowell, Buroeu. Ettasian, otz, Koooe. Mor an 01 Anoalet lavaland F Frmrnni. RTubltrvn Klndall and Francon 1 12. tieveiano 14. In Marion Kids Play Two teams clinched second ace spots in Wednesday . Marion Kids league baseball. SiThe Marion Police topped O tKia "Tnuren in win' second in the Intermediate league, 5-3. and Farmers State Bank took second In the Major division with a 17-4 win over the Marion Home Builders. In Minor play, Nordman Jewelry walloped Sheets and Son 28-2. Outfielder Don Gerber --- rapped out four straight hits ana dick inennaus pucneu a steady four-hitter, as The Robinson Co. sailed past Fleck's Falstaff 6-1 for its sixth win of the second half Major Open softball league race. ; . j The win . boosted Robin son's into a full game bulge over second place Nordstrom and set the stage for a showdown battle between the two Major Open w L ReMmoift .... 4 lIHrVe ., Nordttmil .... f 1 Koiy In Fleck' t I ll AAMR TMtl Wtetf Tlir.i Noritttran) v. Rabtnaaa', 7iS Prl.i Kary v. Nordttrem, TiS p.m. o it' (FIRST OAM!) 4M Maw Verk (4) i AD M Rbl 6 0 O Rtnaooro.c 3 1 1 Mai te.:r3B ? j j i t I Wllliami.o 0 0 0 Blai 4 0 0 Roebuck ,p Parranotkl,p Hark net Qrtea,e sn ilder L. Sherry , Totalt Trath.ta Rkh'dvon.Tb Marl,rt,cl ooei.lt mrrm.t. 0 0 0 Blanchard,rf 0 0 0 fteed.ct 1 0 0 SkowronJb 19$ Bover.JD 4 0 0 BouloikP I 0 0, 4 4 0 WtatMnalon (41 AD M KD 114 001 000 001 000 000 I DP-Mai 4 j I'Plertall.ct 4 2 0iColtier.7b 1 0 Schaive.JO J ijHinlon.lt 1 ilkino.rt 0 0 Refer, c 0 O ZiPtel.lb 1 0 Hamlin.t 1 0: Bright 0 OIBrinkman uanieit.p Hamlllon.p HIcM Cheney.o 33 10 5 Dyersville Wins 5-2 In Maquoketa Valley DYERSVILLE Ralph CamncAn haH a cinals Anfl A I triple to lead Dyersville to a 1 1 5-2 victory over Guttenberg i 4 o in a Maauoketa Vallev league baseball game here Wednes- o day night. Robin Tangemann 0 . . . . a ,L l naa iwo singles iur uic ius- SConnell utvna.p Lock Totalt 4 2 4 1 0 A i 0 1 0 0 ers. Guttenberg Dyertvllle " Rod Tanoemann and Petertonj 32 f j and uigmann. 32 1 homer in the Iflh innini pt- Pitttburoh tied a pitchers' duel between 'L"-oimLm,' w. pavit Bob Buhl ( 8-8) Of the Cubs omi and Stuart ., Spencer, Gilliam and l?ILl- . ... .. ... . Fairly LOB-Plttjburjh 7, lot Anoelet 4 Nt York HIIU Clliy U UCII OI MR-Meierotkl. Roteboro 5B-wnit Wethinaton ... 010 000 102 i, Rod Tanoemann and Peterson; .iil jmiiij. uumi iiliuiu Lruii riivno vw. 11 iu; , . r m I i v a Tier ana aiptci, l oil lar ana iprei. LUD r-1....-)!'- uli u WHI'm (L. 1 5 7 7 1 0 -New York . Washington 5 JB-Treth CardWell S relief help-in the Roebuck - l J i 2 i 0 )B dottier, Hlnton MR-Zlptel. SB- vrranotai jv t i i y Kiertait, a Kicnaroton, Douion. sr-: Ortega 7 J 0 4 4 1 Berra, Hamlin, Kin. L. Sherry . 110 0 13, IP H R ER BB SO Tatum Fails To Show for C.R. Game By Dave Novotny The Kansas City Mon- archs, who featured a six- run inning, raced past the Harlem Stars who featured Satchell Paige 11-1 in an ex hibition game held at -Memorial stadium Wednesday night. There were, a number of disappointed fans W e d n e s day night, however, as the former "Clown Prince" of basketball, Goose Tatum, did not show up for the con test. No reason was given by officials for Tatum's ab- ftutlnhra 000 010 100 ? ij wu mm a DVertvllle 3 010 004 OOx 3 12 U T 2 II. Philadelphia Taylor, 2b bottom of the 10th. Shaw (12-8) scattered eight hits in posting his third shut-' out of the year while the' Rratroo mWantaA rri film Calllton,rf hits, but used them more ef-!'5v?:50 fectively to beat Hal Woode-jCo00 shick (4-11). Milwaukee com-'oonieieLct bined two hits and three "' walks for a pair of third inning runs and closed thei scoring in the fifth on Joe! Adcock's homer. A-43, 0M. Harvey, Barllck (ID Ab H Rb Hamilton, p Bennett, p Baldtchun.p York () Ab H Rh I 0 Athbum.cf 4 2 0 Bouton (W, S-2) ... Darnell (L,4-I2) ... 2 Hamilton 3 Cheney 2 Kutvna . . 7 Tony Gonzalez paced 0 O KanehUb 2 JINeal.ti 2 2 Thomat.lt ?0'Thro'berry,lb VMantllla.lb 0 0 Coieman.c 4 3 Herrtcher 1 liCannlnaro.e 2 0 Woodling 0 OR L. Miller 1 0 Hickman, rf 0 O'Jackton.p IDaviault.p Chrlttopher IS G Mlller.p iDrake Hunter, p IPignatano 4 I 0; J j ? New 4 2 a uu. U Flaherty. Runoa. Carrloan. Hurlav T-2 23. (SECOND VAMCI Kll Mnlnoi) York 100 010 000 01 10 0 Wathington 200 000 000 00-2 f 1 Ford. Terry (11) and Howard; Sten-houte Hannan (11) and Schmidt, w Ford ; 1 1-51 L Stenhout (10-S). Home 4 I I 4 2 2 I 0 0 tUP mn tlM, Vnrir ftl.iirii.rrf Mil ! 9 ? E Cottier. DP - tilenhout. Cottier and ? o S l'tUotBtirZ: ?ol Keokuk broke 87 of 100 ' ; oiancnari. jo-hora. Nicnardson. LOt-I 0 0 tier. 0 0 0 Leads Iowans MONTREAL, Canada (AP) Duard Staples of Des o Moines led Iowans scorine 1 I , I . , . Of.. .A t..U in me ivionireai okcci viuu shoot Wednesday. He broke 95 of 100 targets in the world 20-gauge competition. Mrs. Duard Staples broke 95 targets and R. S. Fisher of ll (FIRST OAMi) the Totalt 42 II 10! Totalt Mil aIUSHl I LA, nu,IM aa m.LrVVIII,p PhHadlphla 302 JOI 01011 ! Himntr.o Phillies' 18-hit offensive with, ". fnnr hit. inrtiiriino a trinlo !?r' Hunter. DP-Mantllla, Kanehl and Slebern.lb wh a..u 'v-wMai- M v S' t , 1 0 0 and double t and three runs batted in. The victory went to Dennis Bennett (4-6) with Throneberry 2; Kanehl, Neal and Ihroneberrv; win and Siever rt; Phiia- oeipni 10. New York 2B Oonielel. 38 Gonialei. HR Demetor, Thorn at 2 SB Gonialel. S Bennett. SF Mantilla ! IP H R t R H "Him tm ii. rat Al Jackson (5-13) the toer?"-" ' I Jackton (l 5-13) 3 1 7 S 4 Xante City (S) i Detroit (t) 0 AO n KD' AD H KD iu vioruron.ci 0 O Buddln 0 O Wood 4 3 2lKaiine,rf 5 I OlColavlto.lf 3 1 1 Cath.lb 3 1 4lMcAull(f,7b 3 1 0IRorot,3b " 4 0 0' Brown, c 7 I JiFovtack.p 0 0 0INlKhwllz,p 1 0 Oik line. n 1 0 01 Morion Soflhnll Boys Church Stephens Paces Als To Canadian Victory MONTREAL (AP)-Rookic niar1trharle nnrlw 5Itrihono ... . . . r Landrum.ct led the Montreal AIquettesiH(iunti' to a 29-9 victory over the I A?tman.rf ' . . . Bankt.lb Jaskatchewan Kouc hriders , winiamt.it - j- ... l i . odoert.st in a anuuiun ruuioau league exhibition game Tuesday night before 17,705. i i ? Jlmenez.lt Cautey.t Clmoll.rt Aicue.c Del Greco,cf Plltter.p wvaii.p Contolo Sulilvan.e Totalt unitMn. ' rami t. I 0 tharnn FUR 304 510 1 IS oo! Yatat and Powell; Zobac and Uther. ? llKenwood Pre 211 00- 4 4 I 2 rhrltt rhurrh 1M 2019 J 5 9 Lemnl and Yatt; Brlos nd Far- 4 ? I land. a 0 0 Kenwood Methodltt ..,. 002 10-3 ? 0 Flrtt PretDyterlan : 102 5x 15 19 0. worthen and Perrvi Anderl and ? S 81 33 Si 7 2 0 0 0 tl Total 33 Davleult 1 3 a fl U!ll 1 L Hunter 5 2 I T Xn City 020 100 020-5 WP-Jackwn, Baldwhun PB-Cannli-i Detroit ... . ... . . . 100 020 003-4 raro. U -Jackowtkl. Siidol. Fnrman. Gor. L OP Lump, f autey, and man. T 3:32. A-4,611. Chicato Barragan.c Buni.p Cardwell.p 1" ib H I San Franclic (3) AD M RD Chandler. Loop Leaders American League O AB Jlmenel, Kan tat City 100 349 Bolton Chlcaeo ota 0'Kuenn,3b 3 OlM Alou.ll 0 OiVayji.cl 2 JlCepeda.lb 1 I F Alou.rt 0 O'Haller.c 0 Miller, J6 0 Pagan, tt 0 McCovey 0 Bowman, t ODell.p 103 . 7 2 104 104 HOMI RUNS 471 121 3J7 102 314 tS 37 120 433 17 Total Buhl (W, I I) tardweii Stephens, 220-pound 1961 all-America from Minnesota, passed for two touchdowns in the first nnnrlpr tn full, i - Bunl ... - i - - back George Dixon and halfback Dick Cohee before leaving the game early in the second quarter. Stephens also scored a t o u c hdown on a Keeper play when he re 34 1 31 Totalt Slebern; Char lev Lump and Slebern. Runnel, LOB Kantat Cltv 14. Detroit 10. 2B Robinton, Aicue. Charles. Fernandez. 3B Nltch- Power, Mlnnetoi wltr HRkallne. SR Famander S Rnlllni. Mlnnaaota -Pfitter, Contolo, Clmoll. Lumpe, Kantat City IP H R ER BB SO Cuminoham. Chicago o Ptltter ' 5 3 3 3 4 Hinton. Wathlntton 0 Wvfltt ID 4 4 I 2 Slebern, Kama City 5 i inncuevnr . it j i t i ii Mor en, lo Aneeie 5 7 0 namner il, -l ... U I 1 I a r...i..L Tit a . si o Nitchwiti K i i i jeath, dj jj'Kiiiebr, mi a a 0 Kline (W, 2-3) 0 4 0 0 L A. ...21 Marl, N.V i 1 1 1 WP-Wyatt, Hamner. U Steven. Kln-I"tli, Bait. .. 741 0 0 0 namon, Drummond, Napp. 0 0 0 mrttmA fiMi. 4 0 0 Kontat Cltv mm OOO-! Slebern, K. C. . . .71 Rollln, Minn ueiron 31 I J F Sullivan, 000 010 100- 2 7 010 004 OOx S I Hoanra d Ptronj Hulnkerl017"' , , The ageless Paige per- I 2 f nrmaA tn thraa innSnoa anH HulfV- uu vc iiiiuiitiii uuu did a respectable job as the Monarchs could manage only one run while he was pitch ing and that came on an error. In the short stint Paige allowed only two hits while striking out four. The big inning came In the sixth as K. C. scored six times on the control trouble of Losing Pitcher George Anderson. Anderson seemed to do nothing right in the inning as he walked four, three-ln-a-row, and committed two errors. To add to his troubles, the Monarchs huge first sacker, Bill Matthews, blasted a three-run homer that cleared both fences in straight-away center field. The Monarchs' Willie Hardwick, Ira Knight and Willie Harrison each collect- 123 .314 Pel torn hito anA tV. C 101 37. 12S J34 " w' " "w "" WIC DU O 'ii m 11 4iI;BiI1 Washington singled and 10s 413 21 ?! aouDled ror the nsprs im , - .303 !5' 9- Mpnarchf 100 114 02X-11 II ( jo, Harlem Star .000 100 00- 1 5 ! 3LCln nd Knlpht; Paige, Anderton, MilCottlnghan and Neyland. W Cain. L "Anderson. leaders Thursday night at El lis park at 7:45 p.m. The scheduled first game between MyVee Food stores and Kory Inn was declared a forfeit as neither team had nine players In uniform. It goes Into the record book as a defeat for each team. After Robinson's spotted Fleck's a 1-0 lead in the second, the loop leaders, started their comeback with a run in the fourth inning and pushed across four in the fifth. Gerber scored the first run after his second hit in the fifth and singled to drive a run In In the four-run fifth inning foray. In that frame the winners collected four of their 11 hits off Mel Stark. Thenhaus homered for the final Robinson tally In J me sixth. Gary Woods' triple drove in Gerber the first time. Doug Havllk also added a pair of hits for Robinson's. inennaus only left two runners on base after first half champion Fleck's scored In the second. Vic Kadlec Med iPeppegs (Continued from Page 17.). " a halfback in 1918. And it was something in those days to make any Camp team if ou weren't an Ivy leaguer." . Aiwtber "1 won't be like the fellow of the story -. who said, when asked how the day's game came out, Oh, we lost, but I got four hits No, I won't say that, but we did lose the series to the Yankees, tour games to two, and I had a fair series, with ten hits In 25 chances for a .40 average." Seems to us Stockton, long-time St. Louis sports writer who covered the old Gas House Gang, could have said these words himself Jo make it less painful for "The Old Flash", as Frlsch constantly refers to himself. j , Hart Wows Dublin, Ca. , DICK HART, the strapping young Pennsylvanlan who couldn't make it as a catcher for Cedar Rapids this spring, had a terrific home start for the Braves' farm club at Dublin, Ga. He hit three homers and a double, batting in five runs as Dublin swept a twin bill, 10-3 and 3-2. The next night he added another two-run homer. Hart was shifted to first base before leaving here and is playing that position at Dublin. . . Archie White, who starred as a relief pitcher for C.R. in 1961, -has been called up to Austin in the Texas league from Yakima in the class B Northwest circuit. . . Joe Trenary, that long-time Cedar Rapids favorite, is hitting only ".181 since being sent down from Louisville to Austin. . . . And Phil Roof is batting the same figure for Louisville. Robinton' (4) .. t . Ab H Rbl iauagner,7D 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 4 1 DeBrowerf H Pet. rber.rt Brown.3h Orahozal,3b Wood, If Hettrlck.lb Thenhautp Urben.c Havlik.u 3 2 1 4 0 0 3 1 1 3 1 0 12 0 . Total 31 i) j Fleck' (l) AO Greene.is Dvorak, 2b Andrew.rf Uther.rf Clepp.lf Flock ha rt.rl Kadiec.lb tripled to open the frame and scored on Bob Michael s single. Thenhaus walked a batter in the third and allowed a single to Arnie Green sixth, otherwise he kept the bases clean. He fanned ten. 'Dad' Butler, Former Track Coach, Is Dead DETROIT (AP) Michael Butler, who crossed paths with such sports greats as Jim Corbett, Kid Lavigne and Jimmy LJghtbody in his career, died of cancer Wed- 4 0 01 3 1 II 3 1 0 B MIcheeUf a uioroxav.c Hilton.lb Stark, p Sample, lb Total 5in,on' 000 141 0-4 b -v. .. 010 000 O-l u TiT' ;-'pp, r-aatec, b i'otiih. l un Hnn L vi i ywi uer, JO wooaS, hau. Sac. Brown. Michael. 2B Andrew. Kadlec. HR Then- K U Ik 310 nesaay at me age 01 m. ! i J: New York-born "Dad" S o o Butler was track and foot- j ? jjball coach at the University I 0 0 L. ni,n;t eVstm 10.17 ,,.;i vi icuuii nuns ari uuiii 1944, and among his products there were Lloyd Brazil and Tommy Connell. As a boxing manager, he handled world lightweight champ Kid Lavigne. Earlier had had bouts himself Hi 24 4 1 Thenhau (W, 1) . 7 4 1 T T ui he wp-fhenhius. pB7-Broxey.4 HDp-iwith Bob Fitzsimmons and Wood. ,by Stark). U-mfc Schuii. James J COrbett Iowans Gain WICHITA, KAN. (AP) Mary Mrzlak of Waterloo and Sheila Pearl of Des Moines, teamed for a victory in ib-unaer aouDies at tne Junior Jaycee international girls tennis championships Wednesday. They advanced by beating Jud Janecke and Judy Arndt, both of Rock Island, 111., 8-1, 6-2. 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