Herb Score In Fine Form As Indians Whip Tigers By ED Associated Press Sports Writer From the looks of things, this at last could be the year Herb Score comes back. The young left-hander, shackled by injury since he won 20 as A sophomore with the Cleveland Indians in 1956, looked like the Score of old as he pulled off « quick turn-around in his second appearance of the season Tuesday, After a brief, frustrating relief attempt in the opener at Kansas City last week, Score flashed his fireball with steady control for an 8-1 victory over Detroit's winless Tigers, keeping the Indians on an unbeaten pace with the Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees in the American League race. Score, 25, gave up only five hits, struck out nine and gave up only one walk — to leadoff man Eddie Yost, who has made a career of getting passes. The White Sox, with southpaw Billy Pierce pitching the AL's first shutout of the season, made it four straight in their home opener with a 2-0 victory over Kansas City. The Yankees (2-0) walloped the Orioles 13-3 at Baltimore. Boston won its first in a 7-3 decision over Washington in the Red Sox home opener. Score, who now has 604 strikeouts in his 562 major league innings for an unprecedented 9.7 game average, retired 19 in row from Rocky Bridges' first-inning single to Gail Harris' home run in the seventh. It was Score's fifth straight victory over the Tigers, going back to August 1956, but his first for the Indians since April 23 last year. Woody Held made it a breeze for the Indians in the first home game, driving in six runs with two homers, one a grand slam. The Tribe wrapped it up in a four-run fourth against Jim Bunning, who gave up homers by Minnie Minoso, Held and George Strickland while losing his fifth in a row to Cleveland. Pierce, who missed the decision in the White Sox' opener, allowed Kansas City but six hits and didn't walk a man while gaining his 32nd shutout. A bases-loaded single by Luis Aparicio put it away for the Sox in the fifth against the A's Ralph Terry. The Yankees broke loose for nine runs in the third inning, with Bill Skowron, his bad back braced by a corset, hammering a grand- slam homer off Arnie Portocar- rero. Don Larsen was the winner, giving up six hits and all thxge Oriole runs, one on Al Pilarcik's fifth-inning homer, while testing his arm in a seven-inning stay. A solo home run by Dick Ger nert, a last-minute sub for the flu- stricken Vic Wertz, gave Boston the winning run in the sixth inning. Ike Delock made it seven in a row against the Senators, giving up six hits before quitting the cold weather. Camilo Pascual was the loser for the Nats, who got homers from Reno Bertoia and Norm Zauchin. By BEN OLAN The pickoff ploy is a neat erne when it work*. Other* wiae it can be disastrous. Pitcher* laboriously work on the pickoff in spring training but many still hare not mastered it. Hera't • theoretical eaie faro!* ibf the pickoff play. Hit the right •rower on the now rod yon qualify M a baseball expert. The Pitubnrgb Pirates hare Bill Muerocki on fint baae and two out against the Milwaukee Bnrre*. The acore U 3-3 in the last of the seventh Lew Burdette is the Braves' pitcher and he's facing Roberto Clemente. Burdelt* takes the stretch »n the pitching robber and then fires over to fint base, attempting to pie] Maaeroski off the bag. The throw however, fc very wild and the bal lands in the box seats behind first base. Do yon Aink Shaft a. Maaeroski is entitled aeore? b. He can move around third base? «. He can only advante aeeond? Castro Arrives Tonight For 11-Day Visit WASHINGTON (AP) — Cuba's >rime Minister Fidel Castro will irrive tonight for what promises o be a stormy 11-day unofficial isit to the United States. State Department security agents and Washington police have arranged to give him one of he tightest protective rings ever given a foreign visitor. Castro, accompanied by a heavy guard of bearded revolutionary >rotectors, will fly in with a party of about 35 persons in a chartered Cuban government C54 transport. A number of threats, warning that Castro will never leave the country alive, have alarmed an thorities. Demonstrations and picketing are expected during his five-day stay in the capital and a similar visit in New York. But his visit apparently will be a hit attraction. The National Press Club said the 505 seats for its luncheon next Monday honoring Castro were sold out in less than an hour. The American Society of Newspaper Editors, at whose invitation Castro arranged the visit, pre- for Big Steel In Wage-Price Freeze Challenge NEW YORK (AP)-Some ma jor steel producers have indicated they will accept a union challenge to freeze steel prices only on con dltlon that the union agree to freeze wages. The union earlier made It clear it won't agree to freeze wages. . The position of the producers emerged Tuesday in unofficial re sponses to a letter from David J McDonald, president of the Unitec Steelworkers of America, to 1: major steel producers. McDonald had said the produc ers, because of increased produc tlvlty and profits, could afford to grant wage increases to the half- million members of his union without raising the price of steel. Even if the steel industry agrees to freeze prices, McDonald said, the union will insist on higher wages and other benefits. Last week the union turned down a proposal from the steel industry that it agree to a one Wins Water Damage Suit Against City BALTIMORE (AP) - The ctty as a $50,000 water bill on Us hands for furnishing too much to homeowner. A Superior Court jury Tuesday made the award to Mrs. Isabelle Dalley. She sued claiming that rainwater backed up from a falty storm drain and flooded her $38,000 house time and again. The drop in the value of her house was estimated at $22.800. Mrs. Dailoy also testified *he spent $11,674 to replace furniture and appliances. She described the floodings as a constant mental hazard. Rubber Industry Deadline Hears AKRON, Ohio (AP) - United Rubber Workers contracts with Goodyear, Firestone and B. F. Goodrich expire at midnight tonight, and union sources here expressed doubt that Agreement could be reached by then. The other member of the rubber industry's big four, the United States Rubber Co., was struck by the union last Friday morning when contract expiration was reached. Negotiations are continuing In New York City between the union and U. S. Rubber, which employs about 26,000 production workers. The union is Cleveland with negotiating In Goodyear and Firestone and In Canton, Ohio, with B.F. Goodrich. There arc about $5,000 production workers affected by these talks. In all of the negotiations wages are not at issue but are due for The OWAWA-IW611AXJ5 Wednesday, April lfl, 1959 discussion during the coming summer. Bargaining now Is on pen* slon and Insurance programs, supplemental unemployment benefits, job security and other matters, t SAMPLES of Belter Shoes 4'/ 2 KODAK FILMS off, OH! »nq MM ot fWfl?j»» »! fo»p ff lt oq ayt <tptit»|t M/I Wf not ptm pffM tt • ipvn oi tdiuano *» «} •W wo tjm »| ra « jwpifd » JCq MMUI|| ftoq 0 /| •011099* ot WHIM Death Sentence For Hired Killer VENTURA, Calif. (AP)-One o two hired killers in the Duncan murder case has been sentencec to death in the gas chamber. Augustine Baldonado, 26, sen tenced' Tuesday, confessed kidnap ing and strangling the pregnan daughter-in-law of Elizabeth Dun can. A jury determined Baldon ado's punishment last week. Luis Moya, who admitted joining Baldonado in the slaying Nov. 17 of Olga Duncan, .'/2s on trial Monday on a plea o» innocent by reason of insanity. He is charged with murder. Mrs. Duncan, convicted of hiring the slaying of her son's bride, is also under death sentence. ad pared for a capacity crowd ic Friday meeting he will ress. Castro is hoping his visit will mprove Cuba's relations with the United States and Canada. He has olunteered to answer questions about some of the points on which is regime has been criticized. year freeze on wages and benefits. Joseph L. Block, chairman of the Inland Steel Co., was the first to indicate industry's response, He told a group of security analysts here Tuesday night that "holding the line on wages would enable us to hold the line on steel prices, and these two cannot he separated from each other despite some statements to the contrary." In the same speech, Block said Inland Steel's first quarter earn ings, to be announced next week would break all records. Production, sales and profits would also set records for the full year, he said, if there were no strikes. 5 90 and Heels - Wedges Patent Colors Whites Cattle Embargoes Draw Criticism TOPEKA (AP) — Colorado and Oklahoma have been criticized by A. G. Pickett, state livestock sani- iary commissioner, for their state embargoes against Kansas cattle. He termed the embargoes ridiculous and said there is no justification for them. The states will not allow any cattle from Kansas to enter their aorders because of the threat of scabies. Pickett said all cases of scabies had been isolated. California, Nebraska and Iowa No Hard Feelings In Car Accident KANSAS CITY (AP)-When Patrolman William Miller arrived at an accident scene he was surprised to find the two drivers laughing and shaking hands bo- side their damaged cars. He quickly learned the reason. Both are Baptist ministers and good friends. The two, the Rev. 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