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Jim Ryun Sets 3:51.3 Mile Mark BERKKLEY Calif (AP) --!ond fastest 1,500 m«ter s of all. The 19-year-old Kansan's time Kansas teen-ager Jim Ryunltime--3:36.1, an American|of 3 minutes, 51.3 broke the handed the Iron Curtain coun- ; record topped only by the 3:35.6 world mark, tries an unexpected return blow : by Herb Elliott of Australia in AS the stars head for Los Anto their slap at hlf nation when:the I960 Olympics. 'geles and competition against hij flying ^et returned thej Standing 6-foot-2 and weigh-, an aggregation'from New Zea- world record in tfl* classic mile ing 155, Ryun says. "I like any,l«nd, Australia and Britain on to the United StitH after a 29- distance--a half mile, 1,500 me- year absence. ters, mil* or two miles." For if Poland hadn't followed] He plans to compete In the Saturday and Sunday, they leave California's Edwards Stadium which saw: Ihe load of Russia and pulled half mile next weekend it Los| Three · American men's out of dual meets against the'Angeles where runners from | records, two American women's USA track and field forces in a'Australia. New Zealand and : rccords and the fastest 10,000- political move against U.S. ac-i Britain substitute for the Rus-i meter run on American toil, livitios in Viet Nam. the 19-'sians. Then he'll take a vacation! Ryun' s great run brought two! year-old Ryun wouldn't have from track until fall when hcjof th e U.S. marks -- his mile! run the mile Sunday. 'Joins the Kansas cross-country|time and en route a 3:38.1 for 1, He wouldn't have had thei varsit y- i* 00 moters. Art Walker of thei chtnce to Maze four lans in 3' When Poland withdrew from Southern California Stridersj minutes, 51.3 seconds, clipping a the scheduled dual meet a_ week notched the other one with a 54 remarkable 2.3 off the record h»ld by Frenchman Miche! Jazy. Instead, he would have been running a 1,500-meter race, the metric mile, against the Poles. Ryun, a University of Kansas freshman, now adds his mile ago, the All American Invitational was substituted, keeping the same events as on the original schedule but substituting the mile for 1,500 meter s and the mile relay for the 1,600-meter baton passing event. All of us in the race were to 'the world record of determined to run our personal ' 7 3 /i triple jump. Ron Laurrieu of Santt Manic* Calif., ran th e 10.000 metere in 28:54.1. American women's records fell to RaNae Bair of San Diego in the javelin with * throw of 188 feet, 11 inches and to Charlette Cooke of Lo» Angeles with in the h mile h. tas said the quietly modest 2:04.7 in the 880. pending recognition. Hi, 880 Hy«". who already had -done a mark came at Tcrrc Haute. ,3:53.7. just one-tenth off Jazy's tnd.. on June 10. The previous "f. 0 TM- . When you run a good rce, Jim Btker quieted the to left and stole second, port Babe Ruth All - Stars' S Uck fielding third baseman booming bats as he pitched ... ,, .. . . . . .,. o A SMILE FOR A WORLD MARK -- Kansas freshman Jim Ryun smiles as he hears he has established a new.mark for the world mile. Ryun, 19, clipped 2.3 seconds froin the record set by Michel Jazy of France in 1965. The Kansas runner's time was 3 minutes 51.3 seconds yesterday in the All - American Invitational meet at Berkeley, Calif. (A Wirephoto) Newport Polly News, Monday, July 18, 1966 Newport Eliminated From Ruth Playoffs [forth Kingsto\yn to the District 2 championship with a 4-0 win over the Newporters Saturday at neutral Bishop Hendricken Field in West Warwick. T h e scored South County team Frank Norlin followed with a single sending Pena to third. forlin stole second but Baker bore down and got Chuck Finn- ng to foul out to third baseman Dave Hawkins, to end the a pair of runs in each threat. of the first two inning! and held on for their victory. After Southwick opened the game by Southwick raced home. the opening two innings, New- ,, wlr ,,, port's Bill Gambrell baffled (who has only one hand) prom- North Kingstown with a varie- -«·· --j - _i--._ * ty of breaking pitches and an Gordon Scott grounded to Dick p: occasional fast ball. Although Gambrell fanned only one, the Kingstown Stars were unable to solve his delivery. Baker limited the New- drawing a walk. Bob Reynolds, In the third North attempted (who has only one hand) prom- a squeeze play only to have pUy smashed a single to left. Hawkins pop up to Gambrell, month in Los youngster from Angeles, the ,,,_.. _... East Wichita bettered the American iwo-mile record at 8:25.2. Not since Britain's Sydney you always feel you could have done better," he added and then predicted someone would lower the record to 3:50 before the end record Cunningham ran a 4:06.8 in 1934. En route to the mile, Ryun also was clocked with the sec- Wooderson broke the record of of'the year. another Kansan, Glenn Cunning, ham with a 4:06.4 in 1937. has BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) American owned the mile Jim Ryun'j fastest-ever mile topped two days of competition Errors Help IAtile Compton Turn Back Aquidnecks, 64 2nd HALF SUNSET STANDING Aquidnecks. Don Gray lined ajdell, Ferreira and Don Heler in the-AU American Invitational track and field meet which 'saw records of all types rewritten. Native Diver Climbs In All-Time Earnings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Given time, good health and permitted to remain in California, Native Diver could well go down in thoroughbred racing history a* one of the richest horses and holder of an unusual record. When Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Sha. piro's 7-year-old gcldins; won Saturday's $162,100 Hollywood Gold Cun for the second straight year at Hollywood Park, it marked the 31st time Diver has stepped Into the winner's circle in 6fl starts. And 28 of his victories have been in stakes comnetition. However, the most unusual thing about Native Diver's record is that all of his' stakus triumphs hnve been over California tracks. He ventured out of his home territory a couple of seasons ago to take on the best in the Chicago area but was found wanting. "H« never ran better." said jockey Jerry Lambert after posting a 4%-leneth triumph fiver Gresntree Stable's O'Hara with Travel Orb. twice conqueror of Native Diver this year in third nlace. In 10 previous starts this year. Native Diver had won only three and there were many who thought he was Hearing the end. But in the Gold Cup he picked up 128 pounds, gave eight to 22 pounds to his rivals, and ripped off the Iti miles in two minutes flat while running in front all the way. Victory in the Gold Cup, worth $102,100, moved Native Diver up four notches to 22nd on a bank account of $768,400. popular triumph -- he paid $4.80 and $2 -- and Bold Bidder's narrow decision over Argentine-bred Paoluccio and favored Pluck in the roughly ridden $114,450 Monmouth Handicap at Monmouth Park saved the weekend for the name horses. Bold Bidder, a son of Bold Ruler, was the thir choice at 14.80 for $2 chiefly because his burden of 122 pounds compared to 107 by Paoluccio and 114 by Pluck. The time .for the 1 1/8 miles was 2:03 3-5. ·' REAL ESTATE AND INS. Chas G. Gokey Co. Auctioneers RpeclaUztaf I* efficient talei of Real Estatt. konsehBld effects, merchandise, Me. 4» jears ol 4e»enfaMt strrtee PHI 847-1789 or 1474117 (or ietalls REAL ESTATE AND INS. FOR SALE In Mlldletown. i food 4 tearoom komc, 114 baths, and a larte (tract, tbli home li In excellent location with a wonderful view. We also have plenty of lal(« nnildini lots. (Auction Service) Tell us your wants. Paqnln Real Estate Afeney *l East Main Road, Portimouth Dial 847-3521 or 146-1164 Upstate Man Chess Champion STORRS, Conn, f AP) - Herman Rose of Providence is the winner of the 1966 New England Amateur Chess Tournament. The judges declared Rose the winner Sunday after the touhia nent ended in a three-way tie They applied a formula de igned to evaluate each man's performance during the three lay competition by 63 players Prof. Elliot Wolk of the Uni- ·ersity.of Connecticut was as- igned second place and Larry Eldridge. a member of The As- ociated Press Bureau at Port- ind. Maine, was given thin liird place. Wolk won the Connecticu itate Amateur toiiruey held a he same time. FOR SALE IN PORTSMOUTH 4 Bedroom-3 Bath Colonial Superb Location $35,000 Portsmouth Int. Agency Portsmouth Professional Plata 683-1500 FOR SALE t Homes of exceptional quality, both hitvlnt; 4 bedrooms, completely equipped modern kitchen, separate moden utility room separate private oHIce, ipacteui Uvlni room with fireplace, larie recreation mom wtth fireplace, fleldstone patio overlooking the waterfront, ovtrslM 2 car taraft with made eye opener, plus many other feature* commemorate with homes of this category. Roth homes are situated wiain lane tracts of teutlfol matured landscaping. One property goes directly to the waterfront and tit other li located at** 5N «. atcnr* alch water nark. JOHN W. IAWUNCI AOENCY Real ItHM T«n HO Tal 01 · »JW NiHoi.Hi M.M|.«M Paddock Merchants Little Compton Fall River Middletown Aquidnecks W. 2 2 2 2 1 0 P.C. 1.000 .667 .500 .500 .333 .000 Little Compton, helped by seven · Aquidneck errors, taggfc the A's with a 6-4 Sunset League setback yesterday at the winners' Memorial Field. Frank Rego. Compton pitcher, shut out the Aquidnecks unti the ninth and the winners' Larry Ferreira made two of his team's six hits -- one an inside the-park home run in the seventh inning. Rego was hit on the ankle by a pitched ball, in the eighth but. he said he simply lost his stuff in the ninth. With one down Mike Lcber had a scratch single for the Wordell. 3b Ferreira. fs Bogan. c Frascr, c Bodington. If Helger, cf' Gavin, Ib Simmons, 2b Peckham, rf Re«o, p LITTLE COMPTON a* r h' po m 4 1 1 1 2 3 2 2 2 4 2 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 1 2 4 1 1 2 0 4 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 12 1 1 1 3 1 0 2 1 - 0 0 1 Totals 29 t t 27 17 AQUIDNECKS COLONIAL HOME Center Of Good Residential Area · 4 Bedrqomi · 3 Bath* e 3 Car Garage $32,000 Corey Richmond » IILltVUI AVINUI Mian. 147.7711 Iv.i.. P. Kin| . .|47 . 4141 Leber, rf Gray, aa Marvelle, p Howard, c Martland. cf Mathews, 3b Gizzi. 2b Caswell, If Silvia. Ib a Ray Tullerton Hcaly, Ib Totals Aquidnecks 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Little Compton 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 x- Pitchers' Records IP r er h bb lo'lasl year's final. ?e *° - - · " 1 « J |! Rosewall got $2,700 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 1 1 1 33 1 1 0 1 1 o ; 0 0 0 0 0 4 n 1 0 4 : 0 ) 5 ) 1 ) S n o e 7 27 0 4 4 1 0 4 1 0 n 0 0 14 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 7 single to left and after Jim'produced three runs. Marvelle filed to right, George] A two-base error and sacri- Howard's ground rule double flee bunts by Peckham and Re- over the right field fence broke go sent in Compton's fourth run safety. In that inning, with two away, the scoring ics for the A's. Mark Martland singled Gray home, Howard scored on a wild pitch and Mathews' single sent hi Martland. Jim Gizzi grounded to Roger Wordell at third base for the final out. in the sixth. Ferreira homered in the seventh and two errors gave the winners their final run in the eighth. Shortstop Gray's l e a p i n g gloved-hand catch of Peckham's liner hi the fourth was the field- Joe Pena slapped a hard sin- Marvelle, who pitched a six- ing highlight. hitter, kept the Comptons from Middletown and the Mer scoring until the fifth. And then chants will play this evening at three errors and hits by Wor--Cardines Field. Laver Beats Rosewall For Pro Tennis Title BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP) Rod Laver defeated fellow Australian Ken Rosewall for the singles title and then teamed with Butch Buchholz of St. Louis to win the doubles title and make a clean sweep of the U.S. Pro Tennis Championships, at Longwood Cricket Club. Laver defeated defending champion Rosewall Sunday 6-4, 4-6, 6-2, 8-10 and 6-3 for the singles title. ' He and Buchholz defeated tosewall and Australian Lew ioad 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 in the doubles The double win gave Laver a :otal of $4,170 for the tournament and raised his earnings for the current pro tour to ?22,314 in seven tournaments. Laver and Rosewall fought for two hours and 22 minutes. Rosewall, two-time champion a' I Longwood, defeated Laver 'lac' vpar'c break in the ninth game of the first set. He appeared to have the second set when he led Rosewall 4-5. But he lost his serve in the tenth game by missing an easy smash at the net. Rosewall pulled out the tough fourth set by breaking Laver's serve in the 18th game, tieing the match at two sets each. Laver broke Rosewall's serve in the first game of the final set with two remarkable backhand shots down the sidelines. He held his serve the rest oi the way to win. ardson lost Butch Golding'j infield fly in the sun. * With one down in the second, Hawkins.rockeUed a long double to left. Southwick drew Ml second walk and Reynolds thefl belted a two-bagger to center scoring Hawkins. With two away Russ Carmen grounded to short and beat out the infield roller North Kingstown'i as Walmsley hesitated a mo- John ment before making a throw. Sanderson who stepped on first for the first out and threw to Al Walmsley at second. Thinking it was a force, Walmsley merely kicked the bag allowing porters to three hits one over Southwick and Reynolds to advance to third and second safely. Both runners moved up on a passed ball and Reynolds scored when second-sacker Bob Rich- who fired to third for an easy double play. -f Richardson. Walmsley and first sacker Sanderson teamed up on a quicky double play '^) end the fifth inning. r North King'stown will meet the District 1 champs BlacS- ston e Valley for the state title Saturday at 5 p.m. at McCdy Stadium, Pawtucket. ., the first five innings and struck out eight A series of mental mistakes in the first two Innings aided North Kingstown. These included making a play at the wrong base and failing to tag a runner coming to tecond after the iorce was taken off first. From the third inning on fce Newporters played good ball. Gambrell had little trouble on he mound and the snappy infield pulled off two double plays. Baker had retired seven in a row before Gambrell beat out an Infield roller for a base hit. :t wasn't until the sixth that around, but she still won't be;corrected time. N e w p o r t managed another tne w i nner of the Bermuda to| .Challenge, a 64-foot slob'p Copenhagen race. sEippcred by George F. John- That honor probably will KO s ^ ' o£ Ardmorei p ? ., was thgd Ticonderoga Finishes * First In Atlantic Race Robert F. Johnson's 73-foot;pered by Hans Viktor Howaldl. ketch Ticonderoga proved forl Carl Hovgard's Circe, a 65- the second time in a year that foot ketch from Greenwich, sna j s ^ e fastest Class A yachticonn., was second on unofficial around b u t s h e still won't b e ; NORTH KINGSTOWN an r h ro to Ondine, a 57-foot yawl skip, pered by S. A. Long of New York City, according to unoffi- Southwick, ss Reynolds, rf Taylor, rf b Coventon. Dh Scott, Ib Carmen, e Baker, p Goldlnf, If Phillip, 2b l.auay, cf Hawkins, 3b Totals 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 a o 2 0 · 3 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 I 4 1 .0 0 o o o o o o o o 54 4 5 21 « 3 b - atruckout for Reynolds in sixth. NEWPORT Walmiley, ai Pena, If Norlin, 3b Plnnlnc, r f . Rlehardion, ab Mathewa, 2b Sanderaon, Ib Club. Ticonderoga was first across the line at the Shaw Reef light! Corrected time showed Ger- manla IV fourth, Audacious I fifth and Ticonderoga sixth. Ail- idacious a 72-foot sloop was sailed by Baldwin M. Maldwjn o o n o o o Denmark vessel at the northern tip Saturday night, of of Newport Beach. Calif. On actual was second, times, more Germanlk than nlrie ._--- -i'j 15 hours behind Ticonderoga and days, 23 hours and 47 minutesi onl y 13 minutes ahead of Au- after the start at Bermuda.Idacious. .',', Last July again piloted by The actual official winner may not be known for some time 0 2 1 0 i 1 Aud. c a Chllabato, ph Gambrell, p Yatu, cf Jennings, ef Totali 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 1 Johnson ot Portland, Ore., Ticonderoga was first tn finish 1 o'm the Los Angeles to Honolulu o 02,225-mile race. Kialoa II heat her on corrected lime in that o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Unofficial results showed the .by Fred Adams. Darlen , J Bermuda to Copenhagen raceJBlixtar, owned by Danfo'rth $11- o pretty much an American af: ler Jr., Stoninjton, Conn.; ai/d o fair, except for the West Ger-:Tioga, owned by Bradley ; P.. man yacht Gerrnania IV, skip-'Noyes, Marblehead, Mass.- '"· M 0 S 18 » 1 a - atruclcout for Aud In seventh. Newport 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--0 North 2 2 0 0 0 0 0--4 Pitchers' Records Baker W) Gambrell ip r cr h bb to 7 0 0 3 0 8 6 4 2 5 5 1 RBI -- Reynolds, Carmen, and Ooldlnff 2BH -- Reynolds, Hawkins, Goldini; DP -- Newport, 2, Rich- Gambrell, Norlin; SB -- Carmen Phillip, Aud, Norlin. Pena; LOB -Newport . 4, NK -- 6; PB -- Aud, 2, Time -- : hr. 45 min. Major League Baseball American League W. 1. Pet. G.B. Marvell* RBI -- Helger, for Refo, Ferreira, Howard. Martland, Mathwes 2BH-- Mathews. Marvelle, Howard. HR-Ferreira. SH -- Bonn, Peckham, Rego. DP -- Ferreira anil Simmons. LP -- Aquldneckl, 3; Little Comp. ton. 7. HBPB -- by Marvelle (Be»o). WP -- Refo 2. Marvelle. V -- it), hitt, Douflai: T--1:50. second-place finish. Third-place money of ^$2,000 went to Buchholz. Andres Gimeno of Spain got $1,700 fourth-place money. Laver scored the first service Baltimore in jDetroit . . . I Cleveland his California Newport Scores Tennis Sweep Again In Norway Regatta HANKOE, Norway (AP) -Ernest Fay of Houston scored j jhis second victory yesterday in; Newport's tennis team swept the yachting regatta for the all five matches with the los s of|Scandinavian Gold Cup. Minnesota Chicago . . Kansas City New York . Washington Boston .652 .568 .545 .544 .478 .46? .456 .449 .430 .415 8 10 10 16 17 18 18V4 20W 22 National, League W. 1. Pet. G.B.j mustard since some yachts in oUfer classes have allowances of more than six days. . .-j Among the yachts that ha.vj! withdrawn are Katama. Boys Admit Vandalism At Hall; Loss $2,000 _. _, Two 12-year-old boys admit-:$18 was stolen from the top of ardson. Wilmsley, Sanderson and ted vandalism estimated at $2,-; a car parked on Memorial Avenue, police said to- last night. Richard Boscomb of j Swansea, Mass.. told police the 'rack was taken from his car was surfing from't. until 8 p.m. Pittsburgh . San Fran. . Los Angeles Phila. ..... Houston .. Atlanta .... St. Louis . Cincinnati New York Chicago YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 35 37 37 41 43 47 46 49 51 59 .611 -.598 1 3 6 9 12 12 15 17 25 .580 .544 .511 .478 .477 .443 .420 .330 000 in Hibernian Hall on Well-1 Boulevard at Easton's Beach ington day. Sgt. Dennis Sullivan and Detective Donald Bergeron the boys were picked up yesterday for the vandalism'which occurred Thursday afternoon. Several gallons of paint, with and ketchup, were spilled throughout the main iall. An undetermined number of trophies were smahed also, police said. One of .the boys lives within only one set as Smith Hill. 5-0, on it defeated a match basis and 10-1 in sets yesterday in Providence. ' The fast-traveling Newport aggregation has lost only three set; in matches. four slate league He led all the way in his 5.5 meter Pride and finished one, minute 50 seconds ahead of Suennschein, skippered by Rudolf Harmstorf of West Germany. The third yacht in t h e j competition, Carioca, sailed by Parric Fredell of Sweden, finished far behind. Chicago 5-2. Baltimore 1-S Cleveland 7-15, Detroit 3-2 Kansas City 3-2, Boston 2-3 California 5-1. Washington 0-3 New York 4-9, Minnesota 2-6 Pittsburgh 7-7, CO 4-1 San Francis- Philadelphia 3-1, Los Angeles Houston 2-5 0-3 New York 4-7 St. Louis 4-2. Chicago 3-7, 1st game 11 innings Atlanta 9, Cincinnati 6 TODAY'S GAMES Minor League Result!- FOR RENT OUTER BROADWAY 5-ROOM BUNGALOW 2 Bedrooms-Oarage Residential Area Thomas J. Hyder MAI IITAtl 1M IrMdmy DM M7'. 0»M «f UT . 17M Larry Turano defeated Mike Tudino, a Providence College varsity player, 6-0, 6-1 in the No. 1 singles matches. Ed Hole came through against Emile Martineau, 7-5. 2-6. 6-2 and TadiBy THE, ASSOCIATED PRESS Connerton beat John Prendegast, 6-1. 6-1. In doubles Bill Heffernan and Tad Connerton scored over Martineau and Tudino. Capt. Bill JWatterson and Fred Brown, a ·new doubles combination, won Jjthe No. 2 - match from Dave ·jKemler and Dennis Roach. 6-3 Major League Stan By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS _, BATTING -- Chuck Hinton ·Cleveland, collected six hits, J: including three homers and a a! triple, drove in six runs and · scored five as the Indians swept .·' a doubleheader from Detroit 7-3 and 1S-2. PITCHING - Chris Short, Philadelphia, pitched a two-hitter as the Phillies downed Lot Angeles 3-0 In the opener of · doubleheader. 4V Co. MUta JKiafSCLSi? 11 a i Weekend Fight By THE ASSOCIATED FKEM HALIFAX, N.S. - Blair Richardson, l«OVa, Nov* Scotia And taae Login, 1ST, New V«k, International league Saturday's Results Buffalo 5-10, Rochester 2-1 Richmond 2, Toledo 1 Columbus 4. Jacksonville 1 Toronto 3. Syracuse 2 Sunday's Results Columbus 7-4 Jacksonville 3-6 Richmond'5-0, Toledo 2-1 Buffalo 5, Rochester 3. Toronto 5-3, Syracuse 0-5 Pacific Coast League Saturday's Results Tacoma 7, Portland 2 Tulsa 4-1, Oklahoma City 3-5 Phoenix 6-0. bvannoume 2-3 San Diego 3, Denver 1 Spokane 11 Indianapolis 10 Seattle 11. Hawaii 2 Sunday's Rfunlts San Diego 5, Denver 3 Portland 3-8, Tacoma 0-2 Vancouver R, Phoenix 5 Tulsa 10, Oklahoma City 9 Indianapolis 2-7, Spokane 1-3 Seattle 14-11, Hawaii 5-12 ENVOY COMES HOME TOKYO (APMJ.S. Ambassa dor Edwin 0. Rcischauer left for Washington today for "routine consultation," a U.S. En.- basir ipokeimaa announced. Chicago at Cleveland, N | Minnesota at Washington, 2J twi-night Detroit at Baltimore, N Kansas City at New York, N California at Boston, N California at Cleveland, N New York at Minnesota Baltimore at Chicago, K Only games scheduled Houston at New York, 2 Los Angeles at Philadelphia, a few. blocks of the hall, police said. Both will be referred to Family Court. Damage totaling $212 wa$ reported to an auto in a hit-and- run accident late Saturday morning. Mary Kirby of 11 Central St. said the entire right side of her car had been damaged by an unknown vehicle. The Kirby auto was parked on Thames Street near Green Street, police said. A 14-foot skiff valued at $25 was stolen -from the Poplar Street pier Saturday afternoon, police said. The skiff is owned by George Weaver, of 9 Chesnut St. A battery valued at $28 was v ,idken Sunday night from a car e ^ · · -·- i i. Barked on Farewell Street in _San Francisco ai Pittsburgh, f t { Friend , s church Po . lice said the car is owned by Cincinnati at Atlanta Chicago at St. Louis, N TOMORROW'S GAMES William Roach of 4 Collins St. The theft was reported at 7:50 p.m. , A surfboard rack valued at Peerce Reads % Torah Passage " : Jan Peerce of the poiitan O p e r a . Company was called 1 to read the!'"' 1 Torah w h e n he visited'"'Touro Synagogue on Satur-"'" day. He chanted a passage" 5 from the Prophet Jeremiah after the reading of th* 1 '^ passage f r o m the Five^;;' Books of -Moses. · '·'·" Peerce, Miss Roberta Pe ~ ters and other members of t'h e Metropolitan Ofeit Company who were in the congregation during t h · service were greeted fronf the pulpif by Rabbi Theodore Lewis. Cincinnati at Chicago Philadelphia at Houston, N Atlanta at St. Louis, N -, Only Games Scheduled LEAGUE LEADERS Batting (200 at. bats) -- Snyder, Baltimore, .335; Oliva, Minnesota, .343. Runs -- F. Robinson, Baltimore, 89; Aparicio. Baltimore, 63. Runs batted in -- B. Robinson. Baltimore, 73; Powell, Baltimore, 70. Hits -- B. Robinson, Baltimore, 111; Oliva Minnesota, Batting (200 at bats) -- AIou, Pittsburgh, .337; ;Stargell, Pittsburgh, ,33«. Runs -- Aaron Atlanta, 66;; Aloj. Atlanta, 59. Runs batted in -- Aaron, Atlanta 71; Stargell, Pittsburgh, 65. ' 110. Doubles - Vastnemski. Boston, 26; B. Robinson, Baltimore, 23. Triples -- Scott, Boston, and McAuliffe. Detroit, 7. runs -- F. Robinson, Stolen basis - Agee, Chlet- go, ?8; Buford, Chicago, and Campuerli, Kansas City. t*. Pitching it decision*) - 8. Miller, Baltimore, 7-2, .778; Sanford. California, 9-3 .750. Strikeouts -- Rlchert, Wash ington, 125; Und. ill. McDowell, dm- g«l*f. IN; Hits -- Alou, Atlanta, Clemente, Pittsburgh, 114. Doubles -- Callison, Philadelphia, 22; Mays, San Francisco, 20. · triplet -- McCarver, St Lou it 9; Clemente, CleadenoD. and Alou, Pittsburgh, T. _ , , -. Home runs -- Aaron, Atlanta, Baltimore, and Pepitone. New 27; Torre, Atlanta, and Star- York, 22. '· -- - - - 1*11, Pittsburgh. 29. Stolen bases -- Brock, Louis, M; Will*, Lot Angeles, Pitching (I decisions) -Cud- lar, Houston. 7-1, .(75; Perry, San Francisco, 12.2- .857. Strikeouts -- Koufax, Los Ani~ nuiuBA f **wn nu~ Gibfon, St Leuli,

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