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Barber Sticks To Fast Ball, Beats Yanks, 3-1 jell's two-run filth-inning homer j By FRED DOWN DIM Sports Writer I W41S , lle big h | ow of the Orioles'j A slight twitch in Steve Rnr-! fl ituck on Ralph Terry (6-5) and j Mickey Mantle homered for the Yankees. The win snapped an ; Oriole five-game losing strenk. The Los Angeles Angels defeated the Chicago White Sox, 1-0,! the Cleveland Indians downed the , Detroit Tigers, 6-4, the Washing- Ion Senators shaded the Boston Red Sox, 1-0, and (he Minnesota Twins beat the Kansas City Athletics, 5-0, in other AL games. Dan Osinski pitched a three- j couldn't have caused more grief hitler and Lee Thomas singled! among American League hitters if home 'Felix Torre.-) with the only he had announced that he was i mn °f 'he game in the second j ber's left shoulder explains today why the New York Yankees have a very large pain in the neck. A 24-year-old left-hander who can throw a baseball through the side of a barn. Barber felt the twitch about three weeks ago. He informed Baltimore Oriole manager Tommy Hitchcock then and there that he would rely henceforth on his fast ball. The six-foot, 190-pound Barber i going to fire 50-calibre dum-dum bullets out of a machine gun at them. Because Steve's fast ball is just about all any pitcher needs—as evidence his 9-4 record thnt makes him the first AL pitcher of the season to reach nine victories. A crowd of 37,137 in Baltimore inning as the Angels dealt the White Sox a loss that prevented them from sharing first place. It was the fourth win in five decisions for Osinski while Gary Peters suffered his third loss against I**' Sally DROPS I\ RATt\n<5 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 196.1 - PAGE 9 National League San Francisco St. Louis Chicago Los Angeles Cincinnati Pittsburgh Philadelphia Milwaukee Houston New York W. 31 30 28 28 24 24 23 2.3 22 L. Pet. 20 .608 .577 .54!) .54!) .511 .500 .460 .4fiO GB PROVMM- \n-.. Th- \Vorl.-l KM-.; I\V|;.\) t ,) ,| ;| V • Ip.npH |[.|,nH adi!ph>,-i ir, third " r" 1 - [trv •(: r ^t- ot ".-.ild liL'ht h. ••!-.. pi'm-.|';p iri \\ liiii P [ (('(Mi 7'/ 2 Hi .415 10 20 33 .377 12 Tuesday's Results Chicago 6 San Francisco 1 , , Milwaukee 3 New York 2, night : Campion miler Jim Beatty jo; i „,. A^»«I«^ 1 u,,,,,.,,,,, i „;„!;, : (jcn - Douglas MacArthur todm Tug Wilson Urges Mac Arthur To Forestall New Track War •PI ar,d ^'< ond rai.erl i '>:' Sr ,,;•!'-. officials BIG STICK — Shortstop Bobby Null, who balled over .400 last year for the Pampa Colts, is expected to carry a heavy n. i .1 an 11 <~i uvi 1110 11111 u iiJao a uci maL c.t i • i j • i i. • i j the same number of victories. j P a '' L of the hitting load tonight Pinch hitter Mike De La Hoz' two-run homer was the big blow Los Angeles 2 Houston 1, night Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, night, postponed, rain (Only games scheduled) Wednesday's Probable Pitchers Milwaukee at New York—Spahn (7-3) vs. Jackson (4-5). St. Louis at Philadelphia (night) NF.W YORK (UP!) - Kenneth | An^ry AAU L. (Tug) Wilson president of the' thc NCAA wi , h ren e R in U.S. Olympic Committee am! inerl Dou 8 l when the local semipros play _ Simmons (6 .,) vs . Cu l P (6-3). at Liberal in a Tri - State saw Barber move the Orioles m-1 of a five - nm seventh-inning rally to first place Tuesday night with that gavc Clevclant1 ' s Jt ' rr y Walka 3-1 victory over the Yankees | er hls lhird win of the >' car ' Joe "I haven't thrown a curve in i A(!cock also "«mered for the In- four games," said Barber after I <iians ' who handed Hnnk Aguirrc the game. "I think that's what hls flfth dcfc ' at a 8 uins l four wins was bothering my shoulder. Anyway, I never did have a good curve ball." oul<; to win n ' s fifth Ranie on Barber's'ninth win enabled him ' thc vvmgs of Don Lock ' s fourth to equal his entire total of 19<T' j homer ln as mnn - v part of which he .spent in the ! S ' xth ' lnmn 8 P oke off Army, and made him a leading I Earl Wllson - ll was lhe third j i asl night's Industrial candidate to become a 20-game i Slrnl 8 hl win fnr the Senators and. League action, winner this season. That would I snapped Chcne y' s Personal six-1 Rav Howard cdgcd make him the first 20-game win- 8 ame los " 1R skcm Bob Allison connected for his 14th homer of the year with two Tom Cheney turned in a five- hitter embellished with six strike- Softball League Citbol edged Panhandle ing, 6-5, and the Pampa and Miami were rained out in Softball ner in modern Baltimore baseball history. Raymond McKmney as the Clowns rallied for six runs in the fourth inning j Baltimore and then held off a sixth-inning New York Los Angeles at Houston (night) —Koufax (7-3) vs. Johnson (11-7). San Francisco at Chicago (2)—Hobbic (1-5) and Ellsworth (7-3) vs. Sanford (7-3) and Fisher (3-6). Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (2, twi- night) — Nuxhull (4-3) and Purkey (1-2) vs. Friend (fi-4) and Card well (2-fi). Thursday's Games Pack- San Francisco at Chicago St ars , : St. Louis at Philadelphia, night Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (2, twi- night) (Only games scheduled) American League W. L. Pet. GB Barber struck out six and mal " aboa , r( ) andu Ead . Batte - v al " comeback by the Packers. walked three in 8 2-3 innings be- s ° homercd for the Twins as - Ilm fore Dick Hall emerged from the Perry wcnt the distance /or his bullpen to retire Elston Howard fourth lnllm P h for the final out. Johnny Pow- Panhandle picked up two runs in the third inning on Sunset; Carson's single and Tim Woods' double, and made it 3-0 in t h e > Los Angeles Chicago Kansas City Minnesota Boston Youth Baseball In Youth Baseball action on Cleveland Detroit Washington 31 26 30 26 25 23 25 20 20 18 in IS 21 22 24 23 28 25 .608 .591 .588 .542 .510 .500 .472 .444 .417 35 .340 14 Tuesday's Results Cleveland 5 Detroit 4, night fourth on a double by George Gantt. Cabot then batted around in their half of the fourth with home Monday night, the Lone Star Boys runs by Jerry Wright and D o u g ... . . , „ „ . , heat Rni'irv 11 0 in tho Woctr.™ n ' i " j i r i_ ,, j Washington 1 Boston 0, night oi-ai KOIUI>, IS-H. m trie western Burns and a double by Howard n ,.. „ k . v ,__, , _ League «nd the Misfus downed the big blows in the at'tack. Gantt singled to open the sixth, Howard got the next two batters, . , , , , but David Fulton tripled and then the loss. Johnny Parker and Larry i • i i r u ' scored with a nice bit of baserun- nmg as Carson beat out a ground single. Howard then struck o u I the next batter and retired the for lhe latest outbreak of .hostilities between the NCAA and jthc AAU. j Wilson urged that MacArthur :C.all the opposing sides together I "in lhe very near future" to forestall another track "war" that would weaken the U.S. team for its dual meet against Russia in Moscow next month. i The Olympic leader said in Chicago that the current dispute "apparently has come out nf a dif- ; ference of interpretation of Gen. • ' MacAnhur's March 12 tulinu" .when the five-star general first mediated lhr> AAU-NCAA squabble over control of track meets. Bealty asked the warring far- if ions to discontinue their feud be- 1 r-atise "it would be a shame if i this summer in Moscow the men's I track and field team of Russia 1 defeated the U.S. men's team for i the first time." 1 Sparks New Feud I The latest eruption was caused l'/j by the Eastern Collegiate Athletic 1 Conference (EC AC) announce- 3'« ment Monday that member 5 schools should not participate in 5'/2 AAL'-s-anctioned track meets un- 7 I less sponsors of these events ob- S 'tamed sanctions from the U.S. 94 Track and I-ield Federation, a charged power in the United Stales fnr on the open track and field competition agreement that MacAnhur ham- Somc NCAA n ff, ci; ,i s . however mered nut early this year. t . , ,, . .. , J J ' never accepted that edict because The AAU maintained that Mac- it failed to g:-\nt the (,'STI-'[-'••, Arthur's ruling under this aijree- proposal for dual track mee ment gave it sole sanctioning sanctions. 'alia pit "EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE" 2It N. Ciiyli-r — MO t-:«5H Dixie Parts, fi-2, in the Fasiern League. Mike Phillips took the win fur Lone Star and B Snell Barber each had two hits for the winners. Gogo Gome/, took t h e win for the Misfits-. The Northern League opens ac- SR , e s , orelcss in , hc _ scvcn[h lion tonight with "lour Laundry | um playing Crall and C&M Playing Ruff in the 5:30 p.m. games and B&B vs. Hiland Pharmacy at 7:30. Howard struck out 10 batters wing of the NCAA. This immediately produced an outburst from MacArthur, since a new war cmild prevent NCAA aih- Baltimorc 3 New York 1, ni^hi letes from competing in the AAU Minnesota 5 Kansas City 0. night championships at St. Louis June Los Angeles 1 Chicago 0, night 21-22. Without USTFF sanction, Wednesday's Probable Pitchers many of the nation's outstanding Minnesota at Kansas City college track stars would shun (night) — Stigman (4-5) vs. Peiia the e\ent th:U selects members (5-5). for the meeting against Russia in Detroit at Cleveland (night)— Moscow. Bunning (3-5) vs. Grant (3-5). "I am reluctant to believe th;it Boston at Washington (night)— either of these groups, directly nr Conley (2-3) vs. Stenhouse (2-6). indirectly, iirend to ahbrogate Queens Win The Pumpa Queens shelled New York at Baltimore (night) their given word to the detriment and gave up only one walk. Me- —Ford (6-3) vs. Pappas (4-1). of their country and the athletes Kinncy. who gave up only one Chicago at Los Angeles (2, twi- whose actjv.ties they control." hit outside of the fatal fourth, night) — Buzhardt (5-2) and Her- MacArthur said in a statement struck out 13 batters in six frames ben (5-2) vs. McBride (4-6) and 'hat urged « halt to the new and walked four. all the way for her second aaainst one loss this season BACK AGAIN — Stove Mol-, Williams went the route in defeat. ; Nelson (2-2). | Don Btgham got two hits for; Thursday's Games the Cabot, while Woods and G a n t t Boston at Washington, night Borger Roofers in a practice ! each had a double and single and New York at Baltimore, night game last night at Hobart Park, ; Carson two singles for the losers, j (Only games scheduled) Host Miami led, 5-0, when rain flare up. 20-12. Mary Lou Addington went VIKINGS SIGN FOUR ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) — The Minnesota Vikings have signed rookie John Murion of , Who missed most of thej Mar V l-°«. Neva Hale and Vicki ' boys and P. D. James for the vis- ; Cabot ' Wln ' washed out their game after an Par ' < T llursdav nigh', while Miami Whitworth College and three more Dora ' inmng-and-one-half with L a r r y hosts Panllandle < hat evening. veterans for the 1963 National Rider on the mound for the Cow- Panhandle Pampa High baseball season I Drake led the attack with a home With a broken thumb, will bo, ru " erirh . Oil first base for the Pampaj Tlle Queens have « (putative j tors . The game will he reschedul- • ed at a later date. Pampa and Cabot, who were to 002102 0—5 6 5 Fooiball League season. Thc Vik- 0 0 0 R 0 Ox—6 6 5 ings list uf satisfied veterans rose Raymond McKmney and George ' to IS with the addition of guard Gantt, Ray Howard anil Doug Gerry Huth. fullback Bill Brmsn Burns. , and tackle Larry Bouie. 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