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14 Cinrdcn Cliy Saturday, August 3, 1963 The Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American Le a gue W. L. Pct.G.B. Now York . 00 38 .635 — Chicago -.00 4fi .506 7 Baltimore . . . . Bl 49 .555 8 Minnesota ... 58 49 .542 9 Mi Boston 54 52 .309 13 Cleveland . . .. 53 5fi .486 l.V/j Los Angeles .... 53 59 .473 17 Kansas, City -. 48 58 .453 19 Detroit 44 59 .427 2.1'/, Washington 38 69 .355 29',i- Friday's Results Baltimore 5, New York 3 Boston 5-3, Washington 0-4 Minnesota 10, Kansas City 3 Detroit 10. Cleveland 9 Chicago 5. Los Angeles 1 Today's G a mes Cleveland at Dctroil (N1 Baltimore at New York Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Minnesota at Kansas City.(N) Boston at Washington (N) Sunday's Gam e s Chicago at Los Angeles Minnesota at Kansas City Cleveland at Detroit (2) Boston at Washington Baltimore at New York (2) Monday's Games No regular games scheduled Hall of Fame exhibition at Cooper.stown, N.Y.—Boston (AL) vs. Milwaukee (NLV National Le'que W. U. Pct.G.B. Los Angeles . . 64 43 .598 — St. Louis .61 47 .5155 3'i San Francisco 60 48 .550 4'<. Chicago 58 48 .547 5'/ a Cincinnati 58 52 .527 7'/a Philadelphia . 50 52 .579 8Ms Milwaukee -- . r >. r > 5. r > - r >00 I'/i Pittsburgh ... 52 54 .491 11V* Houston _ 42 G7 .385 23 Now York 34 74 .315 30'/a Friday's Results . Chicago 12, San Francisco 11 (10 innings) Cincinnati 3. Pittsburgh 0 St. Loui s 3. Philadelphia 2 Houston 4, Los Angeles 1 Milwaukee 8-1, New Yoirk 0-3 (2nd 11 innings') Today's Games New York at Milwaukee Philadelphia at St. Louis San Francisco at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati Los An"eles at Houston (N) Sunday's Games New York at Milwaukee San Francisco at Chicago Philadelphia at St. Louis (2) Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (21 Los Angeles at Houston (N) Monday's Games San Francisco at Houston (N) Only regular game scheduled Women Share Golf Honors Riessen Enters Tennis Singles SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (AP) — Marty Hiessen, newly named to the U.S. Davis Cup team as a doubles specialist, hopo s today to prove his value as a singles player in the semifinals of the Eastern Grass Court Tennis Championships. "I realize a lot of people think of me only a s a doubles player," the 21-year-old Rifsscn said. "But. except for Chuck McKinlcy, I think I'm as good as any singles player in the country." Riessen has an opportunity to add to his singles reputation in his match with his Northwestern University teammate, Clark Graebncr of Lakewood, Ohio. In the other semifinal, third-seeded Gene Scott of St. James, N.Y., opposes Dave Reed, Los Angeles. Next week Riessen, of Hinsdalc, 111., goes to Los Angeles where the U.S. Davis Cup team assembles for its Aug. 16-18 match with Mexico. Riessen, who will be playing on grass against Graobncr. eliminated two left-handers Friday at the Orange Lawn Tennis Club. He defeated Lee Fcntrcss, Baton Rouge, La., 7-5 6-3, after oulbatiling Frilz Schunk, Orlando, Fla. 9-7, 7-5. Jessen Leads in Women's Open MILWAUKEE (AP) — Veteran pro Ruth Jessen held a two-stroke lead over traveling companions Kalhv Whitworth and Marilynn Smith today as the $12,500 Milwaukee Women's Open Golf Tournament entered the third round on a tricky, testing course. • The 27-year-old Mis R Jessen, a former University of Seattle star who turned pro in 1956, struggled to a one-over-par 73 for a 36-holo total of 141 Friday as scores soared at the North Shore Country Club. Miss Whitworth, seeking a second straight tournament victory aftef^ winning the Wolverine Open last MondaV, added a 73 to her opening 70 for a 143. Miss Smith, the second leading money winner Uiis year, conquered par with a 71 after starting with a 72. The 6,508-yard course didn't test most of the nation's top women golfers in the first round. However, heavy rain during the night and a thundcrshower just before Ihe start of the second round turned the layout into a severe test. District Meet Starts Sunday channels 6 and 11 television-week of Aug. 4-11 Iva Jolmson and Katie Marshall shared tfolf honors in the A flight during weekly ladies day Tuesday at Jayce e Airlinks here. Eleanor McDonald won thl B flight, and Phyllis IIolme s took first in the C night. Pairings for next Tuesday: Pam Keller, Jorry Patterson, and Ellen Hatfiold. Odeha Jonas, Flossie Taylor, and Rhae Owen. Velda Warden, Odel Rickman, and Frances Cox. Vera Wampler, Phyllis Holmes and Opal Lundgrcn. Rita Shook, Eleanor McDonald, Evelyn Wasson, and Bonnie Talley. Iva Johnson and Katie Marshall will play in the 5 o'clock flight. A short business mfteting is scheduled Tuesday morning at the end of regular play. All members are asked to attend. Action starts Sunday here in the annual women's softball dis- Irict tournament. Five teams will take part, playing eight and possibly nine games on five nights. The tour ney is double-elimination. Winner gets a berth in the annual state Class B tourney at Great Bend. Sewled first here ar e the Kismet Komets, winner of the newly-formed Southwest Kansas League. The Komets draw a first-round bye. Two games are set Sunday. Coca-Cola goes against Smith Packers at 8 p.m. to open the tourney. Garden City Telegram then plays Sherman's Grill at 9:30 p.m. On Monday, two more contests are slated. Sunday's two losers play at 8 p.m., and the loser -U eliminated from the meet. At 9:30 p.m., Kismet takes on the Coke-Smith victor All tourney games will be at diet Cleaver Field in Finnup Park, , KTVC-& KGLO-11 SUNDAY 11:55 6 Baseball Oame Baltimore vn Now York 12:30 11 Major League Baseball Cincinnati va Pittsburgh 2:40 6 Enrly Show "Now and Forever" .1:30 11 All Star Wrestling 4:00 6 Amateur Hour 4:00 11 Air. 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Weather. Markets 12:15 11 Mid-Day Farm Report 12:30 6 As The World Turn* 12:30 11 Elmer Child ress . 1:00 6 Pas word 1-:00 11 People Will Tnlk 1:30 B House Pnrty 1:!10 11 The Doctors 2:00 6 To Tell The Truth 2:00 11 Lorcttn Young Thcatr* 2:24 6 CBS News 2:30 6 Edge of Night 2:30 11 You Don't Say 3:00 6 Secret Storm 3:00 11 The Match Game 3:30 6 The. Millionaire 3:30 11 Make Room for Daddy 4:00 6 Deputy Dawg ' 4:00 11 Major Astro 4:15 6 Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 B Mickey House Club 4:45 6 Bill Brooks 5:00 6 Yogi Bear 5:30 6 Bill Brooks Show 5:30 11 Whirlyblrda 6:00 6 News 6:00 11 News and Weather 6:15 6 Weathervlew 6-15 11 Huntley-Brinklev Report 6:20 6 Sports Spotlight 6:30 6 Rawhide 6:30 11 International Showtime 7:30 6 Route 66 7:30 11 Sing Along With Mitch 8:30 6 Alfred Hitchcock Hour 8:.'IO 11 Price Is Right 9:00 11 Jack Panr Show 9:30 6 Picture Thla 10:00 6 Nawa 10:00 11 News 10:10 6 Weather 10:15 11 Waather 10:20 6 Sports 10:20 11 Sporta 10:30 6 Rl«r Movie "Wild Harvest" 10:30 11 Tnnlglrt Show SATURDAY 11:00 6 Sky King 11:00 11 Around The Town 11:25 6 Baseball dime San Francisco vs Philadelphia 11:30 11 Cartoon Time 12:00 11 Top Star Bowling 12:30 11 St. Louis vs Milwaukee 2:00 11 Major League Baseball 2:15 6 Early Show "Plunder Road" 2:30 11 Top Star Bowling 3:00 6 PGA Tournament 4:30 6 Highway Patrol 5:00 6 Trails West 5:00 11 Aquanauts 5:30 6 The Big Picture 6:00 6 News 6:00 11 Sportsman's FHf>n« 6:30 6 Lucy — Desl Comedy Hour 6:30 11 Ram Benedict 7:30 6 The •Defenders 7:30 11 Death Valley Days 8:00 11 Saturday Nlt« »t th» Movie. "Niagara" 8:30 6 Have Gun, Will Tr»Y«* 0:00 6 CuiMmok* 10:00 6 News 10:00 11 Newi 10:15 6 Weather 10:16 11 News, Weather. Sport* 10:20 6 Sports 10:20 11 Cinema — Saturday Night "Ese»p« from San Quen- tln" 10:35 11 Sporta 10:80 « BIB Movie "Frenchman'* Creek"

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