Heaven Uplifts Angels Bv DICK COUCH lond, and Amaro's toss lo first BV IJlUft LUUt/H i Ultu, aim i n,.«.~~ --— - -Associated Press Sports Writer baseman Mantle nailed Oyler. Rick Riechardt will remem- Carl Yastmmski's two-run .er his first grand slam homer \ mmm ............ ,,,i, B iiii ra iiiiiiin[iiiiiilui'J»««t _~ *u« nno that riHnM reach the = ... — as the one that didn't reach the seats. The Kansas City Athletics will write it off as just another bad hop. But California's George Brunet will count it as one of the few g good bounces he's had all year, s Reichardt's initial bases-load- ed homer in the majors—an inside-the-park shot that caromed crazily past right fielder Mike, f Hershberger in the first inning f —carried Brunei and the Angels ' past the A's 4-3 Sunday. The victory was only the fourth in 15 decisions for Brunei, a hard-luck southpaw who - recently lost nine in a row while the Angels scored a total of 18 runs for him. In other American League ... COURIER NBWS PAGE EIGHT Monday. June 26. 1967 JSI. Louis i Cincinnati PRESS National League \V. L. Pet. G.B. 42 24 .636 Chicago .. Pittsburgh San Fran. games, Minnesota topped the "first place Chicago White Sox 31, Baltimore drubbed Washington 8-3, the New York Yankees Atlanta „ shaded Detroit 3-2 and Boston W'™ whipped Cleveland 8-3. uJLon 26 Jim Fregosi beat out an in- Housto,.-• 26 field hit with two out in the first ™w * orK •• starter John inning and KC "Blue Moon" Odom walked Don Mincher and Jimmie Hall, filling the bases, before Reichardt's drive off the right field fence skipped away from Hershberger. Reichardt, a speedster despite his 215-pound bulk, chased Fregosi, Mincher and Hall across the plate for his ninth homer of the season. Brunei gave up a run in the Athletic first, then nursed the 4-1 margin until the eighth, when relief ace Minnie Rojas was called on to halt a two-run rally. Rojas retired the A's in -order in the ninth, preserving the Angels' 15th victory in their last 20 games. The Twins rallied for three runs With two out in the eighth, Earl Battey's two-run pinch triple keying the burst and gave unbeaten Jim Merrit his fifth victory. Merritt allowed only ..three hits—including a run-scor- " ing single by Don Buford in the third—before being lifted for a hitter during the winning rally. Singles by Zoilo Versalles and Frank Kostro preceded Battey's triple off loser Tommy John and pinch runner Dave Boswell scored the third Minnesota run on Cesar Tovar's infield hit. Baltimore's Robinson boys, .'Frank and Brooks, stroked ; three hits apiece and scored five runs between them as the Orioles buried Washington under a 15-hit barrage. Boog Powell, Curt Blefary and Vic Roznovsky each drove : in a pair of runs, and rookie Tom Phoebus registered his sixth victory with relief help from Moe Drabowsky. Tom Tresh's two-run single in the fourth inning, a ion-scoring single by Mickey Mantle in the fifth and a triple play lifted the Yankees past Detroit, completing a New York sweep of the three-game series. Singles by Don Wert and Ray Oyler got winner Mel Stottlemyre into a fifth inning jam be fore second baseman Horace Clarke gloved Jerry Lumpe's liner and started the first AL triple play this season. Clarket flipped to shortstop Rube Amaro, doubling Wert at sec Chicago . Detroit ... Boston 2>/2 .592 .576 .538 .522 .514 .470 .426 14 .366 18 .359 18 11 Saturday's Results New York 9-5, Atlanta 1-3 Chicago 3, Houston, 2nd game, arkness homer and bases-empty blasts by Joe Foy and Bo Tillman— who had three hits apiece—powered the Red Sox' attack. Right-hander Gary Bell posted his lOOlh major league victory—and his fourth in five decisions since Cleveland traded him to Boston last month. By MIKE RECHT Associated Press Sports Writer Can Joey Niekro pitch?" yelled Randy Hundley. Yes, he can," bellowed Ron Santo. Can Ernie Banks hit?" shouted Dick Radatz. Yes, he can," answered Banks. Let's play another one." It went on and on. The surprising third-place Chicago Cubs were acting like a bunch of kids, having a ball after sweeping a doubleheader from Houston 4-1 and 8-0 Sunday. It wasn't at all like a team that has not finished in first division since 1946. The Cubs have blown their balloon so big, they've moved within four games of first place in the National League after front-running St. Louis lost a Los Angeles 2, San Francisco 0 jo-4. Pittsburgh 5, Cincnnati 4 St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 1 Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 4 Atlanta 4, New york 2, Chicago 4-8, Houston 1-0 Philadelphia 6-10, St. Louis 4-4 Los Angeles 2, San Francisco 1 Today's Games Philadelphia at Chicago Pittsburgh at New York, N Los Angeles at Cincinnati, N San Francisco at St. Louis, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Pittsburgh at New York Philadelphia at Chicago Houston at Atlanta, N San Francisco at St. Louis, N Los Angeles at Cincinnati, N American League W. L. Pet. G.B twinbill to Philadelphia 6-4 and Chicago also pulled within IVz games of second-place Cincinati at Pittsburgh beat the Reds 4. Clete Boyer of Atlanta has een having a good time, too. is hot bat boosted the Braves a 4-2 victory over the New ork Mets. In the other National League ame, Los Angeles defeated San rancisco 2-1 on Len Gariel- on's run-scoring pinch hit sin- le in the ninth inning. Some 31,000, fans, the largest ub home crowd in two years, vhooped it up all day and gave be 36-year-old Banks a standing ivation after each of his pair of 35 34 34 34 35 37 32 34 31 35 Kansas City 32 38 Wash'n 31 39 Minnesota Cleveland California Baltimore New York 39 26 36 31 32 33 .600 .537 .522 .507 .500 .486 .485 .470 .457 .443 4 5 6 61_ 7% 7% 9% 10V4 Saturday's Results Chicago 5, Minnesota 2 Kansas City 2, California 1 Cleveland 3, Boston 2 Washington 8, Baltimore 3 New York 4, Detroit 3 Sunday's Results Baltimore 8, Washington S New York 3, Detroit 2 Boston 8, Cleveland 3 Minnesota 3, Chicago 1 California 4, Kansas City 3 Today's Games New York at Kansas City, ! Chicgo at Baltimore, N Boston at Minnesota, N Washington at California, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Washington at California, N New York at Kansas City, 2 twi-night. Boston at Minnesota, N Cleveland at Detroit, N Chicago at Baltimore, N Osceola Has Two Thrillers OSCEOLA - The semi-pro .Osceola Indians opened their 1967 season in exciting fashion over the weekend. They figured in two, one-run ball games, winning one and ..losing another. " Saturday night in Osceola, the Indians won 7-6 over Newport. Max Briley was the winner. Newport had a 5-0 lead, but the Indians got two in the third and two in the fifth on back-to- back triples by Allen Crawford and Jamei Scifres. . , Seifres scored the winning • run in the bottom of the ninth when he slid across home plate after a pitched ball got past the Newport catcher. • Crawford, Danny Williams and Briley bad two hiu each. Richard Gaines knocked in tw ndian runs. * * * Yesterday afternoon in Cara way, the game was similar bu he roles were reversed. It was the Indians who had •0 lead, but who watched it van sh. Ronnie Driver was in control and had a shut out until the seventh inning when three hits, an error and two walks put in five runs. They got the clincher in the eighth. Williams uncorked a homer in the first when Crawford fin- ovation alter eacu ui ma pan ui - . , , wo-run homers in the second favonte ; t 4 to 1 Casons Look To the South With three more games in the - unfortunately bag American Legion Coach foul. One went over Dwight Williams and his Dud of the foul 1 Casons now turn their collective H » » 1sn fl attention toward West Memphis where they fear unkind things West Mem- may await them. Last year, the Morrow ... weekend swinger. (Courier News photo) phians took a double • header in the West Memphis park. Tomorrow, the Casons play two there. First game is 5:30. "They've always been tough," Williams commented following yesterday's 11-2 romp over Sylvan Hills of North L S111 e Rock at Light Brigade Field here. Ben Robinson, whose home is Stephens, Ark., but who is summering here, made his first ap- parance as a Cason pitcher and did well enough on a cool, Pasarell to Meet Reigning Champ By GEOFFREY MILLER WIMBLEDON, England (AP) - Charlie Pasarell, the Puerto Rican who stands fourth in the U.S. tennis rankings, had a date on the center court at Wimbledon today which could maka lim the first hero of this year's :ouraament. The hard-hitting 23-year-old Davis Cupper from Santurce was drawn to play Spain's Manuel Santana, the reigning champion, in the first round. The champion traditionally leads off the tournament on center court. Pasarell has had tough luck in the Wimbledon draw in the last States was eliminated by Ecuador. The two Americans flew to England last week and go into Wimbledon without any tournament practice on grass. Riches's first round opponent was Ronald Barnes of Brazil. Graebner played Nikola Spear weeks, with the men's singles Roy Emerson of Australia. That was in the third round. Pasarell lost in three straight sets. The bookies have made Emerson the even money favorite to win the title for the third tune in four years. Santa is seconc ame he was not suppposed to )lay. If it had been a hot day, I wouldn't have played him," said Manager Leo Durocher after his earn ran its winning streak to six, longest in four years . Former relievers Bill Hands and Niekro, who probably would not have been starting at all if Ken Holtzman had not been called into the Army, pitched heir first complete games in he major leagues. Hands yielded only five hits in the opener after failing 27 times in two years to go the distance. Niekro, a rookie making his fifth start, set the Astros down on three singles in the second <ame. Don Lock drove the nail into the Cardinals, knocking in six runs with six hits, including two ,wo-run homers. His first clout capped a three-run fifth inning in the first game for a 5-2 lead. His second gave Philadelphia 20 lead in the nightcap and [he Phils used four of five St. Louis errors to add six unearned runs. Matt Alou sliced two singles and a home run and Manny Jimanez added a honor as the Pirates dealt the Reds their sixth Last week's London Grass Court championships at Queen's Club did nothing except confuse Wimbledon prospects. Santana and Emerson were both tumbled out of the tburna ment by players who are no seeded for Wimbledon. So were two other Wimbledon seeds Cliff Drysdale of South Africa No. 5, and Bill Bowrey of Aus f Yugoslavia. The tournament lasts two windy day. During most of the game. the wind blew straight in from centerfield toward home plate. As a result, curve balls didn't curve much for any pitcher except Jordan, the last of three men in for the Hills. The side-armer had live stuff and most of it seemed to come to the plate by way of first base. inal on Friday, July 7 and the I the face of the wind. ither finals July 8. Williams hit thre. long shots Kelly for help. • me iuui H ul0 ' , „ ,. ,, He also flied to the left fielder twice and the right fielder Robinson lost his shutout bid in the fourth inning when three singles and an error let in two uns. The Casons only got seven ,.__.— ,-, hits and of all batters on both wiched around a walk to Wil- ball clubs, only Blytheville's liams. Stan Williams could drive the ball out toward the fences in unto. So, while going 0-5, he still was hitting the ball very well. Until Coach Dwight emptied his bench in the seventh, Blytheville had scored in every inning. Walks, errors and good Blytheville base running frustrated Sylvan Hills. Phil Morrow wound up a free- swinging weekend by going two for five yesterday. He had seven hits in the three games with the North Little Rock club. * * * Saturday night, the Casons won the first 6-4 and salvaged the second, 2-9. Ronnie Howell with help from Tommy Kelly pitched a six-hitter in the opener. A second- inning home run was the major source of damage, although the visitors pecked away throughout the game. Blytheville had a bid third inning Men Howell singled, Williams walked and Jim Wagner's double was followed by Searcy Mears' single. All this produced four runs. The Casons added two in the sixth on singles by Morrow, Wagner and Pat Harper, sand- Bobby George was working very well and had a shut-out going into the fifth. Then he tired and before the inning ended five runs were in. There was more trouble in the seventh when the visitors got three. The Casons put up four in the first and six in the fourth. In the opening inning, Lee Forrestier and Morrow led off with singles and came home on Wagner's triple. Harper scored Wagner with a double and eventually scored on Mears' single. Forrestier opened the fourth with a walk and Morrow followed with another single. Wagner walked, Harper doubled and Greg Buys homered. Mears singled and came around on Aubrey Bell's double. * * * In that freakish second game, the Casons again called on Russell K. Marr Salesman Tom Little REALTY Ph. PO 2-2323 Let vs sell your bouse. WE CAN: Help yon set the right price! Find » Buyer! Find Financing for your buyer! See us for house* displaying FHA Signs. A new Mercury dealer states his creed: * * * One of those who did the dam age was Tom Okker, 22-year-old Dutch soldier who has been giv en leave from the Netherland Army. He eliminated Emerson and Bowrey. Santana was knocked out by Ray Moore of South Africa. For the first time ever, the United States did not have one played seeded in the men's singles at Wimbledon. Davis Cuppers Cliff Richey, of San Angelo, Tex., and Clark Graebner of Beachwood, Ohio, were the best bets to restore America's declining reputation. Both played in the disastrous Davis Cup match at Guayaquil last week, when the United loss in eight starts and left them yk games behind St. Louis. 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