Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on June 12, 1961 · Page 3
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6-DCL RIO (Texas) NEWS-HERALD, Monday, June 12, 1961 Essegian Sparks Indians In Sweep Over Athletics By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS .'. Reserve outfielder Chuck Essegian drove in five runs with a pair of homers in the first game and doubled home the winning run in the ninth inning-of the see- ond as thc Cleveland Indians swept a Sunday doubleheader from Kansas City. 7-3. and 4-3. The double victory boosted thc Indians' first place lead over Detroit to a t!;une :\nd a half ss tho Tigers were held to a split by the Washington Senators. The Tigers had to go M innings to win the second game 7-6 after losing the opener 7-3. The Xoxv York Yankees climbed to within a half samp of the Ti- t gers by sweeping a pair from Los } Angeles, 2-1 and 5-1. Boston defeated Minnesota 8-2 in the first Same but the Twins won the second 10-o. Baltimore beat Chicago S-2 in Iheir first game/ with the ; White Sox winning the second 7-1. i Cincinnati took over the Xation- i al League load—by four percentage points over lx>s Angeles—with a. 6-2 and fl-3 sweep of their twin bill with St. I^ouis. The Dodgers downed Philadelphia 6-:i, Pittsburgh defeated San Francisco 8-4 and Milwaukee was held to split by Chicago. The Cubs took the second frame 5-3 after the Braves had won I he opener 8-4. Roin Cleveland derisions were Archie to Sweden May Meet Ingo NEW YORK (APi—Oh! ArcHe- Moore, co-otvner of the world light 'heavyweight title, humorist. - philosopher and actor, will take his varied act to Europe thi? stimmer for a serio* of tKtu\< ihst may include as a climax, a Si-million fight with Inaeinar Johansson. The Methuselah.of :he rina and his agent. Jack (Doc) Koarns, outlined Archie's plans following the champion's lop-sided decision victory over inept Giulio Rinaldi at Madison Square Garden Saturday night. "Doc and I are going to tour the Scandivavian countries, fighting a few exhibitions, and maybe a couple of 10-round fights/' said Archie today. "Then we'll see what we can stir up." Kearns had-been in communication with Swedish promoter Edwin Ahlquist before the Rinaldi fight and he has most arrangements set for the trip. A remarkably alert fellow himself ai 77 or ?o. Kearns said he may leave Wednesday for Stockholm to nai! things down. He said he planned three or four fights for the 44-plus Moore, leading up to a title defense against Lonnar* Risberu. if the young Sw r ede gets by Willie Pastrano of Miami Beach in Stockholm. July 2, and then Johansson, the former world heavyweight champion. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED P.RESS New York—Archie Moore. 17-1 : ^, San Diego. Calif., outpointed Giulio Rinaldi, 17331. Italy, 15. {Limited version world light heavyweight title). Manila—Ray Asis. llSVi, Philip- pnes. knocked out Sontichai Ka- noncsku, 118. Thailand. 5. by relief pitchers. Dick jStipman, making bis first appear- I ance after being carried on the j disabled list, pitched one-hit ball : in four innings of relief, to reg- ; ister the first-game victory. Uari ry Latman, who surrendered the ! tying run in the eighth, pitched ' l 1-3 innings of relief in tbe night; cap to gain his sixth victory. i Second baseman Danny CTCon- 'ncll helped Washington righl- rhander Joe McClain gain his sixth victory, cirhtng in three i runs with a single and two dou- ; ble.s in the opener. Steve Boro's dro\e in Detroit's winning run in the second game with a bases- loaded single in the 1Kb. The Ti; gers smashed seven home runs : in the twin bill. Norm Cash bit his i 15th and 36th in the first name and added hi? 17th in the nightcap. Home nsn.s were responsible for the Yankee victories. Yoci FJerra smashed two in the first game j for both Yankee run.--. Koger Maris hit his 19l;i and 20th in the nigliican and-Mickey Mantle hit his ISlh. Richi-handers-• Ralph Terry (-!-'.)) .and Roland- Sheldon (3-2) were, the winning Ditchers. • Chuck Estrada of Baltimore stifled '.he White Sox with three :hits in the opener, one until two ; out in the ninth. Ronnie Hansen drove in three Oriole runs with ' three singles. Billy Pierce hurled ;a six-hitter and first baseman ; Roy Sievers got four hits and ! three RBIs in the White So.x second game victory. : Rookie Don Schwall pitched his ! fifth Red 'Sox victory without a '•• defeat although he had to leave in Mhe seventh inning of the first 'game because of a muscle spasm i in his back. Two home runs by j Don Buddin and one by Jackie ! Jensen accounted for all Boston's | runs. Harmon Killebrew and Bob > Allison homered and drove in j three runs apiece as the Twins ; won only their third game in thc i last 20. BASEBALL STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i AMERICAN LEAGUE • W L Pet GB i ; Cleveland _.,_ 37 19 .G61 — j • Detroit ------ :_._ 36 21 .632 !'•• • ;.\cw York ------ 34 20 .630 2 "i Baltimore ----- 29 27 .518 S i ; Washington ... 28 29 .-191 91*) i Boston ------- ..26 28 .481 10 \ ' Kansas City .„ 23 23 .442 12 i Minnesota ----- 21 ;U .332 iS'-j't Chicago ----- :_ 20 33 .377 15'? Los Angeles ... 21 35 .375 Hi i Sunday's Results Cleveland 7-1, Kansas City 3-3 ' , Washington 7-f>, Detroit 4-7, 2nd '•• pa me. 11 innings New York 2-5, Los Angeles 1-t 1 : Baltimore 8-1, Chicago 2-7 * Boston S : 5. Minnesota 2-10 [ Monday's Games Minnesota (Arrigo 0-0) at Boston (Dclock 3-2) ; Los Angeles (Bowsfield 2-1) at Xew York {Stafford 3-2). night Chicago (Larson 1-0 or Kcmmer- i er 03i at Baltimore (Hoeii l-.'i), nigh! . Kansas City (Shaw :!-4) at Cleveland (Hawkins 5-3), night ; Only games scheduled ' ' Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based cm 125 or more at bats) — Piersall, Cleveland, .371; Cash. Detroit, .370. Runs—Manlle, New York, 48; Colavito, Detroit, 47, Runs batted in—Cash. Detroit, 50: Gentile, Baltimore, 48, Hits — PiersaU, Cleveland, 79; Cash, Detroit and Kubek, New York, 71.- Doubles—Power. Cleveland, 18; Romano, Cleveland, 17. Triples—Wood. Detroit, 6; Piersall, Cleveland and K e o u g h, Washington, j. Home runs—Maris, New York, 20- Mantle, Xcw York. IS. Stolen bases—Howser, Kansas City, 17; Aparicio. Chicago, 15. Pitching (based on 3 or more decisions)—Grant. Cleveland, 70, 1.000; l.atman, Cleveland." fi-0 1,000. Strikeouts—Ramos, Minnesota. 71: F'ord. \'ew York. 70. Time to Think Seriously Of the Cincinnati Reds By JOE REiCHLER . | seriously. The rival (cams do. Associated Press Sports Writer [ The season is past the first It's time for the exports to third mark and Manager Fred start taking ihe Cincinnati Reds Hutchinsoh's lightly regarded j Skyline Conference Formally Disbands NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pel G3 Cincinnati ____ _ 33 21 .611 _ Los -Angele;; .. .. 31 22 .607 — San Francisco .. 30 23 ,5(>C 2>-j Pittsburgh _____ 26 2! .520 5 St. Louis _______ 24 27 .!71 7'-_Milwaukee-. _____ 2-t 27 .-171 7J-_. Chicago __________ 2V 32 .3<>G H'-i Philadelphia ... 17 33 .3-10- 14 Sunday's Results Los Angeles G. Philadelphia 3 : Pittsburgh S, San Francisco .4 Cincinnati fi-9. St. Louis 2-3 Milwaukee S-3. Chicago -S-5 Monday's ^ Games Los Angeles (Craig 3-3) at San i Francisco (Sartford 3-3) • A • . TEXAS LEAGUE W L Pet GB Amarilio ________ 33 26 .556 — San Antonio ... 33 28 .541 I Austin _________ 31 30 .508- 3 Victoria ___ ~ _____ 29 30 .492 4 Tulsa __________ 2S 31 .475 5 Ardmore . ______ 26 35 .426 S National League P.Mtint; t'based on 12-i or mgre at bats 1 * — Moon, L-os Ancelcs, ."505; Aaron. Milwaukee. .317. Rims—Rolling, Milwaukee, 42; Mays. Snn Francisco, 41, Runs baited in — Ccpedn, Snn Francisco. 47; Aaron. .Milwaukee. 4t. Hits '—Pin?on. Cincinnati, 70: Aarnii. Milwaukee, fiO. Doubles — Coif-man. Cincinnati. 16: 7immer. Chit-ago. 14. Triple?—Wills. Los Angeles and Virdon and Clemenle. Pittsburgh. 5: seven tied with 4. Home runs—Ma thews. Milwaukee and Coped a, San Francisco. 17; Robinson. Cincinnati and .Moon. Los Angeles, 14. Stolen bases — Pinson. Cincinnati. 11: Aaron. Milwaukee. S. Pitching (based- on 3 or more decisions)—?xli!ler. San Francisco. 5-0. 1.000; Duffalo. San Francisco. 3-0. LOCK). Strikeouts — Koufax.'"Los Angeles. S9; Drysdaie. Los Angeles. 75. SALT LAKE CITY (AP)— The Skyline Conference officially broke up here Sunday, paving the way for four of its eight member schools In pursue a more arhbi- tious athletic future in a' new lea sue. The Ions-rumored breakup becomes effective June 30, 19C2, although football schedules will be played through 19C3. The unanimous decision to break up !he 2:i-year-old league, kiK.'.in formally ;!s thu Mountain States Athletic Conference, came at a meeting of thc president's rouiK-i!. the policy-making body 'or the circuit. Thus. Utah, Wyoming, Brighnm ; Young University and fs'ew Mi-si, co will be free to affiliate in a new league with Arizona and Ari; ; zona Stale. I The action makes orphans of ; Utah State, Colorado Stale Uni I vcrsity, Denver and Moiiiana. \ However, Denver has already dropt>rt( intcrcolleuiate fn^thall. Montana announced a sharp do- i emphasis last year aiict Ulali State indicated it has offers of new affiliations. The official stateinont aniiouiic- ins the breakup hinted at the long growing mdf between llu- foar orphans and the four schools which want into a more presli- £io;is- affiliation. Thomas Not Convinced Withdrawing Right league leaders are gelling tougher to heal each day, winning 13 o[ their last 13. The ai-quisition of Joey Jay and rookie Ken Hunt has strengthened the pitching, Gene Frecse has put punch and Don Blasingame has lent solidity to the infield. And don't overlook the manager. Combining good pitching and timely hitting, the Reds swept a fi-2 and S>-3 doubleheader from St. Louis to surge into, first place in HIP XL race four percentage points in front of Los Angeles. The sweep made it three in a row over the Cards who. had won four straight before encountering the Reds. Tin- Dodscrs gave ground grudgingly, .defeating Philadelphia for..Hie sivtli straight time, 0-3 while Pittsburgh downed San Francisco S-l and Milwaukee split a twin bill with Chicago. The Brave* vain -tlit v " opener 8-4 and the Cubs took the second game ^ ' ; rieve-Saiv! increased its first- ph.cc l>-a(! in the American l.eciHK; i<> a name and a-half over Detroit i\v ik-feuting Kansas City l\ii'-v 7-': and -i-l-S white the Tigers w;>ro being held to a split by Wiishiiicit'ii. The Tigers had 'to wait' H innings to win the nightcap 7 : ii after she Senators had won iiu' • o'leistT 7-4, HOUSTON. Tex. {API—The director of the organization that led 20 Xegro athletes out of the^ Track Meet of Champions said lie was never able to fully convince high jumper John Thomas he was doing the right thing. "We never did convince Thomas." Eldrewey Stearnes. director Kart Meeting Tomorrow; of thc progressive Youth ASWCI- ••* t ation. said Sunday night. "He had some element of brainwashing behind him that we never did completely overcome." .Johny Vander Meer. who pitched two no-hitters in succession for Cincinnati, manages the Tampa i Tarpons in the Class D Florida i State League. < A special meeting of the Del Rio Kart Club will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at 901 Griner St. Films on racing, kart safety and kart maintenance will be shown.at Ihe meetina. Classified Ads Bring Results Thomas, world record holder in the high jump, and 19 other Negroes refused to take part in the track meet Friday night because of what they called segregated seating for spectators. Stearnes. a 27-year-old law • student at Texas Southern University, here, organized the Negro association a year ago to protest segregation at public places in Houston. He called Thomas an in• suit to his race before the athlete withdrew. i Stearnes said he called on" N'e- gro leaders throughout the coun- . try to encourage the'track men • to withdraw. j "Jackie Robinson and some of • the others sent letters." he said. ' Stearnes said the president of i Tennessee AA-I—where Ralph Bos- Jton, record breaking high jumper is a student—advised Boston not ! to compete. % Weightiifting Program Starts At Junior High ; The weightliffing portion of Del Rio's summer recreation : program .will start this even; ing afr the Junior High School. Lawrence Powell, head of Hie Del Rio athletic department, said all boys who are interested are invited to participate. The program will be eon- ducted on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 p.m. Powell says be expects a large turnout for the program. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS F R E E! SCENIC VIEWS ' - JT In Full Color.. 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