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Formal Ceremonies Open Youth Baseball Rabe Ruth The Bnhf Ruth League, which The Pampa Oplimist Youth Baseball (formerly Lilile League) program, will open their season'was rained out of action Friday tonight following fonr-il ccrcnin- night, will pil Crce a.uninst Enco nics for both Babe Rulh and Youth ( in a single game following the Baseball at Optimist Park at 5:30 p.m. Present at the flag-raising ceremonies will be Amarillo TV personality Bob Izzard, Mayor H. R. Thompson, who will throw out the first ball and Gray County Sheriff Rufe Jordan, who will be his re- RUFEJORDAN . . . mayor pitches, sheriff catches reiver. Chamber of Commerce | ceremonies. The pamfs thai had been scheduled Friday between Hardware and the Orphans and Enco and the Bankers, will be replayed at a Inter date. The Pampa Queens girls softball team will host Stinnett tonight at 8 p.m. at Hohart Park a replay of last Monday night's game which was "dusted out" in llie Ihirrl inning. The Queens wil travel to Borger In play the Borgcr Bees tomorrow ivRht. Indu s trial In the Industrial Softball League, the Cabot Clowns will meet the Pampa Stars at Lions Park at 8 p.m. tomorrow night while the Panhandle Packers will be at Miami. Cabot and Miami will play a makeup game here Wednesday night. The Pampa Colls, who were washed out of their Tri-S t a t e League opener with Fritch here yesterday, will reschedule that game at a later c!:\te. Meanwhile the Colts will open on the road Wednesday night, playing powerful Liberal, Kans. Jerry Glover, who was slated to pitch yesterday, is ogain the choice for the starting chores on the mound V.'ednesday, Rebels Play The Amer-an Legion Rebels, aimer makes hU came ^'^?'*^^'??i7!^*:W^yi^^$r^ pampa Dailij Neurs MONDAY, JUNE j, Willie Mays On Streak, Leads SF With 3 HRs president Joe Donaldson and man- who were also washed out of their ager Red Wedgcworth, J a y c e e | game yesterday with Amarillo Car- president Gary Frashier, and sp;- ver, may noi be «ble to reschedule cial guests Mrs. Inez CP"tor and the pre-season game, as district M. K. Brown. Hail philanthrop- play starts this weekend. The ists v s o v/ill be'honored for their'Rebs will host Amarillo Caprock help toward youth and charitable at Optimist Park Wednesday night causes in Pampa. All teams and,at S p.m. The Legion team opened coaches from Babe Ruth and the their season Saturday night with three youth leagues will be pres- ! an 1S-3 walloping of Borger as ent and introduced. ;Jerry Garrison and Bobby Price Following the ceremonies, t h e;held the visitors to three hits and Eastern League will inaugurate three unearned runs while their WAG TH1NKIN'. AGNte—MAYBE &HOOT THE NEXT OUGHT TO WAy" SPORTS By JOE SARGIS DPI Sports Wriisr Look for the San Francisco ning and was a typical four-base ' blow — not too long * drive but | no cheapie by any means. The Giants to break the National j second hit the Scoreboard at St. League race wide open any day Louis' Busch Stadium in deep now. Why? Willie Mays, that's why. When Willie gets into one of his left-center, a drive of about 400 feet, and came with the bases empty in the eighth. The third reached to the foot of (he score- Lefties, First Basemen Hand Yanks Two Losses Memo to American League man- one to the departed Bo Belinsky, , Angels, 8-2. The third-place Chi_ . . i * hitting streaks he literally car- j hoard in the ninth and gave the ries the Giants, even with all! Giants a 6-1 lead. those other muscular hitters, on I v/jllie showed signs of corning his back. He gave evidence that | out of his hitting slump on Satur- he has shaken off his most re- : d ay when he got three hits in cent slump Sunday by ramming ! [ OU r »t-bats. He finished the , three homers as the Giants de- j three-game set against the Cardi- ' feated the St. Louis Cardinals, i nals with six hits in 11 at-bats ! ^"4- and raised his average 18 points They were homers No. 8, 9 and | to .254 — far below his career 10 for Mays, who hadn't hit one average of .315. since May 17. During that period j Widen League Lead the Giants won seven games and ! The victory enabled the Giants , lost six, and, even though they j to salvage one game against the 1 , held onto first place in the NL j Cardinals and widened their lead race, it hardly was a pace befit- to two games over second-place ting a contender, let alone the de- St. Louis and 3'/ 2 over the Los fending champion and favorite. j Angeles Dodgers, who lost to the Hits In Streaks i Cincinnati Reds, 5-2. Throughout his major league In the other NL games, the career the 32-year-old Mays has New York Mets swept a double- j been a streak hitter, and this header from the Pittsburgh Pi- year doesn't seern anv different rates, 2-1 and 4-3, the Houston than the other 11. The thing about Colts nipped the Milwaukee itting Streaks ' lhou?h ' is av "' M - in 17 innin 8 s - and WILLIE MAYS Yields Two Singles the Boston Red Sox, winning the the new program which IMS bro- mates were gelling IS hits off agers: ken away from the National Little three Borger pitchers. Wednes- League, Inc., with D'.\:e Parts i day's game is slaterl for a time meeting the Misfits at 6 p.m. The inning affair, with Carl Harnsber- banders for the world champions. Western League will also open ai•- j:er, Ronnie Curlee find Jim Ar- And if you need proof of that tion trnipht and the Northern tlmr scheduled to po three in- statement just take a look at what ; the Twins in 1962 including a no- ; opener, 11-9, while in other games L«-3gue Wednesday night. mnp<; each. Jack Krahck and young Sam Me-; hit, no-run game over the Kansas the Detroit Tigers sheared the _ - _ . Dowell of the Cleveland Indians City Athletics, gave up a single to : Minnesota Twins, 7-6, and the did to the Yankees on Sunday. ; Clete Dover in the third inning Washington Senators won their Kralick, who seems to have re-i and a single to Mickey Mantle in i second straight, 6-4, over Kansas ,. . . t I who had just that lone victory cago White Sox climbed to within' y sometlmes P r °duce Philadelphia and Chicago split, homer by Jim Hickman. Reliever . : If you want to beat the New over the New Yorkers this season 13 percentage points of the lead * wesome rtsults ~ such as Sun ' th « Phils winning the opener, 5-2, Elroy Face was charged with . York Yankees, save your left- in eight decisions. ! by splitting a doubleheader with ** lhree homers - . and the Cubs taking the nightcap, both defeats. The first homer came with H-r- C-2. Kralick, who won 12 games for s nightcap, 10-0, after dropping the vey Kuenn aboard in the first in- Sports Parade the seventh. Joe Adcock's three-run homer By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sports Writer gained his 1062 form since being j traded by the Minnesota Twins, j i stopped the Yankees on two hits j ; n , he sixtn i nn j ng decided the is! dropped below par, now being one ' in the opener as the Indians won, | 5lte f or Kralick over Bill Stafford, of four victories against five de- 5-0. and McDowell, the 20-year-! j t was jack's fourth victory in NEW YORK (UPI)—Portrait of feats But for a puy living out ; old flame-thrower from Pittsburgh a victor in defeat: Robin Evan there in the middle of the dia- boat the champs in the nightcap, Roberts. mond on "borrowed time'' he's 7-2. Laud your big guns, on the doing a magnificent job at 36, The Yankees have lost only 17 mound the likes of ageless War- | Name, if von will, some of the 8*™" thus far this season in 43 ren Spahn and in the batter's box great ones who climbed the pitch- starts but eight of those setbacks ' have been to southpaws, including Veteran Pros In 500 Finals such as Mickey Mantle or who- ers ever your personal favorite might chief Bender, Mordecai Brown be. i and Joe McGinnity if you remem- But don't forget the one-time her back then lo the immortals of "whi? kid," the six-foot, two-inch another dav. guy from Illinois with the bland \ V cll. the "Chief" piled up 212 baby face and the iron will which victories in the ape of the dead nine decisions and third since i City. Drop Fifth Straight The Angels handed the Orioles , their fifth straight loss as Dean Chance gained his fifth victory, stopping the Birds on six hits. He coming to the Tribe on May 2. j needed relief help from Julio Na- McDowell didn't pitch nearly as : varro to Re[ , he final ou( you need to reach a spot among \ rM aml M C (, mm ty surpassed him 1 INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)— the greats. 'with 2-1S. 'Three-Fingered" Brown At !c-ast live veteran pros get a | as they bowed to the Los Angeles He was whipped on the big ] la ^ on | y ^g '; shot today at first-prize money of weekend but there were extenuat-; Roberts, who has been over- ! SIO.000 in the final round of the ing circumstances. He throws for ' looked m lne confusion which at- ! S55,000 "500 Festival" golf tour• light-hitting ball club ond he (enc | s lhe never-ending efforts of ne\. was sent out against a group tne fabulous Spahn and his cur- The pro circuit's par busters which murders you with musHe. rcnt , ota | O f 334 triumphs, has d ' d sucn a convincing job on So Roberts lost and his record driven well past Brown and the Speedway's flat acres in the first _ . ! Chief and at the moment is on a '' lree rounds of this fourth annual.' !par with McCJinnity. ' 72 - hole affair that Bl11 Casper's | Can you guess some of the o.h-' Iourne >' record of 264 was m 1 well in the nightcap, but he had | A )bi e Pearson provided the punch more to work on as the Indians I with three nins batted jn _ indud . opened up a 6-2 lead in six in- j ng his fourtn homer. Lee Thomas mngs. Fred Whitfield. who took j a i so homered for the Angels. over for Adcock in the second i , n . , . , _ , .... , . . ; Juan Pizarro shut out the Red game, was the hitting hero with c ... , . . . :, , , . '- j ,, , Sox on J ust four hits in the sec- three mns batted in on a double ' , , . , , . . i "«oivu and homer. ° nd , gam£ and ald ! d h ' s ™ n cause ! Los Angeles Orioles Lose i Wlth * tw '°-™ n d ° uble dllrm S a Cleveland T. . , ,, , • * i seven-run outburst in the sixth in- n=t^,, The second-place Baltimore Or- •• • ., , ,, ... Detroit ning. Larl ^ astrzemski s two-run Washington 1. .'»!__ _'.t.l -t . i I ° By United Presi International American League New York Baltimore Chicago Kansas City ... Minnesota Boston W. L. Pet. GB 26 17 .605 Vj 30 20 .600 . 29 20 .592 T3 511 OT I, 't,, , - l) - - .Oil 5 24 27 .471 S 19 25 .432 7'/j 20 27 .426 8 17 35 .327 13>/2 Win On Singles Wins Ninth Game Four consecutive singles in the Jim O'Toole picked up his ninrh top of the 17th produced the m.'.r- victory in beating (he Dodpers. pin of victory for the Colts, who but it took some weird doings to strusplcd four hours and 3S min- achipve as the Rfds scored three utcs before beating the Braves. runs on a bunt during a five-am Hal \Voodsshick, who pitched six second inning. A double, infield innings of shutout relief ball, was hit nnd a walk loaded the bases the winner, and Ron Piche, who after two out in the second. The worked the last two, took the loss. Dodger infield then threw the ball Between them, the Colts and around, two runs crossing on an Braves left 30 runners stranded. error by Dick Tracewski and Veteran Cal McLish, given a three on » wild throw by Don three-run lead at the start, coast- Zimmer. ed to his fifth straight victory as The Mets gained their first- the Phils won their opener, but game victory when Bill Virdon Cal Koonce and Barney Schultz ar >d Jerry Lynch collided chasing : combined on a five-hitter to gain ' ". f ' y ba " '" the '° th inn ' ng as the Cubs a s P Ht - Art Mahaffey, '' P' ncn ' runner ^°^ Kanehl scored who won 19 games last year, suf- 2 ; ' rom second, and they pained fered his seventh loss against their second win on a 10th inning only two victories. * Tired Mickey Heads For Chattanooga Leading Hitters ioles failed to gain ground, though I. „ ,, ... ., , . , - • • • • • - P i homer in the eighth provided the i Saturday's Results margin of victory for the Red Sox N ew York 5 Cleveland 2 in the opener. Dick Stuart also : Minnesota 7 Detroit 1 homered for Boston while Ron Chicago 3 Boston 1 Hansen. Floyd Robinson and Pete ; Washington 9 Kansas City 1 Ward s--iked round-trippers for Los Angeles 7 Baltimore 1 the Whi'.e Sox. ! Sunday's Results Pastrano May Defend New Title In Europe VEGAS, Nev. (UPI)—Hap- Saturday's rainy-night fight, in- py Willie Pastrano said today doors at Convention Center, drew Singles In Ninth ; Cleveland 5 New York 0 (1st) tnere was a "strong possibility" only 2,970 paid fans and about Ro--ky Colavito's ground sincle ' Cleveland 7 New Y °r k - (2nd) ! h ? mi 8 ht make l '™ first defense S35.000. In addition, the television ardv. ers he is within striking distance of at this moment? Urban Faber won onlv five „, , , ,. ' j r, rn ~, c.i ., D u , u 'r questa, Ma,, and Julius Boros, 1 Groat, ML more man Roberts has as of now, ' . _. ' _ . . .. ,, > u/KitP <Jrl ,. , . ,, ' Mid Pines. N.C.. tied with 13- Wmte . atL I ed I.vons a mere 12 more, Bob . „„., , ., ., i fpnoHa <xP under-par 200s for 54 holes. j <-epeaa, br „ .,. . Cd R i One stroke back at 201 were' B °y er - StL Ruffing bin 25. By United Press International National League , Leading the assault in the final! PlayerfcClub G. AB R. H. Pet. round were Dow Finsterwald, Te-1 Covmgton. Pha 42 134 23 47 .351 52 214 30 73 .341 52 210 39 69 .329 50 192 36 63 .328 in the ninth drove in the winning : !°? ton " Chlcag ° 9 (lst) run for the Tigers after the Twins ' Ch ' Cag ° 10 B ° St0n ° (2nd) had rallied to tie the score at 6-6 ' Pf 11 ?" ? M ' nn « ota « . in the pi»l«h «n . ^«,,KI. K,. Tim ' Washington 6 Kansas City 4 K 5 Colavito homered earlier in the game as did Al Kaline. Los Angeles 8 Baltimore 2 Monday's Probable Pitchers of his newly won light heavy- money was $30,000. Johnson was weight championship in Europe ,suar?-iteed $37,500; Pastrano, in about 90 days. $21,250. Swarthy, black-haired Willie, Result An Up^et who wrested the 175-pound crown Pastrano's victory was a ter- from veteran Harold Johnson Sat- rl ^ r upset He had gone mro the 49 197 21 63 .320 Chuck Hinton's two-run homer BEAUMONT, Tex. (UPI) Mickey Wright, tied with her own Fel!fer hut 1R and the ru BS« record of four straight tourna-, ^ uffln S bin 25. ' Jjm p er| . ier ,j, e na ,j ve Austral-1 H.Aaron, Mil ment victories and admittedly "a The adula'ion of the rubber- jan fmm Burbank . C alif.. who set' T.Davis, LA ... .. ........ , ,, . uu , ' " cal- , „„.,,..„ ,.„„„..,.( c, , n ,,^., „„, : Gonzalez, Pha 48 162 27 50 .309 Don Lock s ei ehth home run Chicago at Los Angeles (night) urday night on an up£et split 15- r 'ng a 5-1 underdog against a —Fischer(4-6) vs Turley (1-4). round decision at the Las Vegas champion blasting 19 straight Minnesota at Kansas City Convention C/n'er mentioned wins. 50 190 42 60 ,316 ln the 10th innin ? led the Sena ' j (night) -Stigman (4-5) vs Wick- 'hese three possible Europaan Pat Qiiveri. manaser of the de- 36 127 15 40 .315 tors to their v '«ory over the A's. • er sham (3-3). challengers: feated 3-1-ycar-old Johnson, ar- little weary," today readied" for, armed s P ahn - who defies ^ c al ' a course recoVd 61, "lO under'par : Gonzal «' P ha 4S I 62 27 50 - M * D ° n L ° ck S eighth home run in (Only games scheduled). I _Ch,ck Caldsrwood of Scotland ian S- d w ''b att/rney Alfred Klein next week's Chattanooga. Tenn., endar even now with his current Sunday, and Tommy Aaron,' Warwick, Hou 45136 15 42.309 lhe seventh tied the score after Tuesday's Games ' ' and Tommy ^c, lu ,,, , Women's Open and her I a s t mark of seven wins against three Gainesville, da. Clemente, Pitts 39 137 22 42 .307 Ine As nad tak en a 4-3 lead in Chicago at Los Angeles, night chance to keep the present vie- defeats is well deserved The' At 202 was Fred Hawkins, El American League 'he sixth. Jim Coales was the Minnesota at Kansas City, night lory skein alive. sharp-featured Brave must even- p as o. Tex. the first-round le^-d- Wagner, LA 47 175 28 60 .343 winner in relief and Dale Willis. Detroit at Cleveland, night The Dallas blonde burned tually go into the record books er Relatively unknown Bob Du-' Malzone, Bos 45 166 17 57 .343 who took over in the 10th, was Boston at Washington, night New York at Baltimore, night National League total and a victory in the $8.000 in which he won 20 or j — Ch,ck Caldsrwood of Scotland ran ! who outponte-l Willie in Glasgow of Philadelphia to make a formal up the course Sunday, turning in as probnblv the greatest left- c | t , n Portland. Ore., and Tony ! Causey, KC 38 162 20 54 .333 the loser. a last round 69 for a record 200 hinder of thorn all on 12 seasons L?ma, San Leandro. Calif., who Robinson, Chi 47 167 28 55 .329 more boat Aaron in a payoff to v.-in Kaline, Det annual Bahe Zaharias Women's games. at Memphis last week, were next fox - Cni Open golf tournament. But there is a preponderance at 203. The victory was worth $1,250 to O f right-handers over loft banders Mickey, but matching her own and you have to consider that last record for consecutive tournament spring tho one-tinu> fireball ace of wins was equally valuable, Shu tne ' Phillies was considered Charles, KC Schilling, Bos Pepitone, NY Boyer, NY Home Runs Sports Brief! set the four-in-a-row mark last J' ear 46 177 31 57 .322 46 187 26 60 .321 45 178 30 56 .315 45 192 24 60 .313 40 134 21 42 .313 WIDENER HORSE WINS 43173 25 54.312 PARIS (UPI) - Spy Well. Cincinnati owned by Mrs. Alec Widener and Pittsburgh San Fiancisco St. Louis Los Angeles Chicago W. L. Pet. GB 31 19 .620 30 22 .577 2 on Sept. 16 1930. —Lennart Risberg of Sweden who held Willie to a draw, at Stockholm Aug. 6, 1351. —Giulio Rmaldi of Ital rent ch? won of Eurooe Better Financially Smiling Willie, 27. e:;r>'a n~ request Tuesday to the World Boxing Counc 1 to order a return title f,ght with Pas-rano because of the controversy over the split dec ?.<-,n ( - ur " The <p\[i d.Tision favored Pas- Iran on a f:\e-n • -mus- l'is : s as follows re.'eree Jmimv Qlivas, washed up Rolu-rls was sold to the Yan- Ths Chattanooga tourney will ket , s a , (K t , m , nf , |K> , qR , cam . be the last chance lo ke.-p her ^ n a , u| w , u . n , n . ripm - teil to string alive^ She flies to Lisbon. ^ m , as , VM ,. , )p wa _ s Portugal, after it for a televised Yanks Favored In britlSh V70lt i National League: Aaron, Braves ridden by Roger Pomcelet won Philadelphia ST. ANDREWS. Scotland (UPI) 16; F. AIou. Giants 12; Bailey. Gi- Sunday's $24000 Prix lean Prat Milwaukee ~U. S. Amateur champion Lab- ants 11; Howard. Dodgers; Cepe-j hor!>e ' race al lhe Longchamp Houston ron Harris Jr. of Stillwater. Okla.. d *, Giants, and Mays, Giants, all- |nick Fas( Dip was secon( , anrf New York , . , . , ---68; judge John Romero, 68-69; 27 22 .551 3', tha " ['I "°T' " . 3 W " H 3 " y ' ud S e »^rv Krause. 69-67. Only 27 23 .540 4 " One "' ' h °f ?'* ^ n '°^" bax ' R"'-vm f.v.'o-H John.on. 24 23 .5,1 5'-, "s seemed a bet.er money m,t c :, The Umred p,.^ Internationa , 24 24 .500 6" ,^ , V J' ^ ^ mMe '" b ''' J»^son ahead. 69-68; and a 23 27 .460 8 ""Lm.ed States IT| po ,, Qf „ spor|s wrkers at 22 27 .449 SU emph !sl zed. how-ver. th-»i , hj rinss . de favored Johnson 9.5 '1 30 4P joi* m:ina -' er An 3 el ° Dund ^ " ** * ."*— 1U .j _ i. rKj» 20 the siar-sudded field of 39 10. .. , .... hn;hh hopeful Ho iv-vor pitched golf date with huropean proette ' / , , , , f. . . ., ' r a game for ilu- world champions Bngitte Vavansot. . ,. . . . . . becau-.e, they decided, H was time lo go with piichmi; \ouih instead United Slates invaders off the tee American League: Wagner, An- Manderlay was thud. Miss Wright had an eagle on the par 5 No. 12 hole at the fi.276- vard Beaumont Country Club . of today at the start of the British gels 13; Allison, Twins 13; Man- Qp TS ALL STAR BID Amateur golf championship. He. Yanks, Battey Twins, and CH , CAGO ( ' upn _ j -^ Harris is quoted an 8-1 shot to Stuart. Red Sox, all 10 Buchanan of Gramblmg. a 6-foot, win the tournament — just below K u ns Batted in Saturday's Results Pittsburgh 10 New York 1 Chicago 2 Philadelphia 0 Milwaukee 4 Houston 1 St Louis 7 San Francisco 4 Cincinnati 1 Los Angeles 0 l**tv» **-W«MIIIVIII «_ -j ti I | I j > \.llitl , . VU-ld^Ul\,U iJ I 11 V O VC t t* V IVJII Wl ..-... ••-—.. _T^_g —— . * . . .. v —, v . , . __ . . kJUlUltJ J 5 t\CSUIl$ course Sunday, hitting her'second hnw tal the headllllf>s "' lhe P asl ' Morganton. N. C.. and Scotland's ants 39; H. Aaron, Braves; Box- the Dallas Texans (now the Kan- Phi , adelphia 5 chicagQ , (U() shot to within six feet of the pin were flled konnv Shade - which is being er. Cards, and Cepsda, Giants, all * as ^ ^ h ' e ' s) ° the American niicago 3 Philadelphia 2 (2nd) Little Clifford Ann Creed, of '" Mav whrn rv en " ie a -"'" s played over the famous 6.936- 38; White, Cards 37. Ku,;bal League, has been unit- New York , pit(s , ^ 1Q Alexandria, La., hung on gamely '^"play^'s heart is full of hope, yard pa] .. 7 , ol(j S( Andrews American League: Wagn?r, An- ed lo P !av ln the 30th annual A11 ' New York 4 Pitts. 3, 2nd. 10 mns through the front nine, but wound he v ' a " 'f'^" 1 Thirteen days j course nicknamed the -Qid gels 38: Allison, Twins 35 Nichol- Star football classic Aug. 2, in Cincinnati 5 Los Angeles 2 up with a 73 for a 54-hole total laler he vvas s '? ned hv lhe Baltl '| Lady." son. White Sox 34; Stuart, Red whlch college All-Stars will play Houston 3 Milwaukee 1, 17 inns how°ver, th'U would site and d'ue. Dundee flew to N?w York Sun- \vi\s PRO TENNIS d;i\ 10 lu-lp )i i v. e!ic; we -'in champ.on Luis Ridrigiav, u.th SAN DIEGO. Calif (UPI) - Surpiising Andres Gi m e n o of , \\ni IMC ivjui iiaiuciil — juai uciuw , •» ••* *.w.»v« •«• _ . . . . . . and experience no matter , , _... , ' . v,»:«™.i I DJ »..« c- AU r- 7-uun, J90-pound tackle signed bv , , ,, . , co-favored Billv Joe Patton of National League: K Alou, Gi- ,,-.„_ ? ., Ctories over Australians Ken Rosewall and Rod Laser in the firs his final groomins toi Jjaiurdav'., c ,,,„„. • . firM defense again,, ex-champion Spa '" N '° S $UJ °° ncher ^ l " f F.mile G.iffi'h at New Yori, Dundee said Sunc'-:y he was n.it .. . interested in a .?uni bout w.th ' San D ' e "° P r «"e"Sional ten- Johnson, who had accepted Pa- nis U)urn? ' 11gn! - trano as a se< ond xubstitu - challenger only alter Mauro Mma of "\ lh Peru and Henr\ Hank of D3t:-<.it had withdrawn from the Las V'e- of 214 and $975 second place mon- P1 " ro Onolcs He told them he Mill felt he could he a winnei. The tournament consists of sev- Sox 34; Kalme, Tigers 33; Robin- lh « Green B3 V Packers of the National Football League. San Francisco 6 St Louis 4 (j;iiieno btsted roul.ip pro Laver final match Sunday. 2-6. "•'). «-.". after ta!-. : ng tcp-sc-eded RO.-.C-V. all 9-7 m the femifinal gas match because of training in- malc 'b- Monday's Probable Pitchers Los Angeles at Houston (night) —Drysdale (6-5) \s Farrell (4-6). (Only game scheduled) Tuesday's Games ey. Mm icn ne coum oe a wmnei. en ig-hole rounds and a 36-hole son, White So.\ 33. Miss Creed had to birdie the "I ?a xp llim " chance brrause | f, na i c nex( Saturday. Pitching ' feet off the pulling surface to I respecied the man and his j Other U.S. stars in the field are National U»gue: O'Dell, Giants ^'1 N S BOARDWALK MILE 18th hole with a chip-in from five uo " ! " •'• r >'<-l General Manager Lee ' defending champion Richard Da- 8-0; Perranoski, Dodgers 6-1, Sim- ATLANTIC CITY. N J (UPI)— ward off lhe rush of Judy Kim- M.u-Phail. vies of Pebble Beach. Calif.. Bob mons, Cards 6-1; McBean. Pi- Vern Morgan of the Delaware ball, whose 71 Sunday left her one It puuiu'-eil a payoff on verac- • (jardner of Essex Fells, N, J., rates 5-1: Woodeshick, Colts 4-1. Valley Athletic Association won Milwaukee at New York, night strokf back in third pla<i- it\. Rolteris in the si-coud half of Downing (iray Jr. of Pensacola, America!) League: Stock. Orioles lhe annual Boardwalk mile Sun- Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, night Mls| Wright's record numd bot- the ST.I-OII hid a ton rrci.nl and . Fla., Dick Sikes of Springdale, 5-0; Fischer, Athletics 7-1; Bou- da\ foi the third consecutive year ; San Franci.-co at Chicago terid Bet y Jameson's 210 in l.'ljj n.-crivcd an a\\:n<l tmm ih(° '.'PI | Ark., and Charles Smith of Gas- tin, Yanks 7-1: Pappas, Orioles and bioke the record he set last Los Angeles gt Houston night lor A* tourney. jlor the conn-buck of the jcui. | toma, N. C. U-l, Rakow, Athletics 6-2. lycar. j (Only games scheduleu). And besides," said Dundee, j "Johnson is not a drawing card." Read the N«ws Classified Ads Is Your Engine Noisy? Quift It With Motor Formula y HALL TIRI CQ.-Distriutor 109 VV Ko»'fr Patni'd

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