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EIGHTEEN THE BRIDGEPORT POST, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 196S. GIANTS EDGE OUT DODGERS IN 12-INNING BATTLE Fans Fill the Air With Seat Cushions R i v a l * Clash for First Time Since Manorial Affair By M I K E RATIIET Associated Press Sports Wrilcr '.Tension f i l l e d Ihe air as Ihc San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers met lor the first time since t h e J u a n M a r i - ' chal-John Roseboro bat-swing-' ing incident. -However, the o n l y t h i n g th fpled the air at the end w; cushions. And the most serioi p.roblem turned out lo be an el sive shovel. ·.. Threw Seal Cushions -The crowd of 53,581 al L Angeles filled the air w i t h se; cushions in a display of frustr tion as the Giants edged the N. tional League leading Dodgei 7-6 in 12 innings on Jim Davci port's run-producing bloop sii gle. Davenport's game w i n n i n g h came an inning after playei milled around for about (h minutes while the umpires an the ground crew t r i e d to loca a shovel lo take care of a r quesl by Dodger reliever Ro Perranoski. who wanted a ho on (he mound leveled out. That was taken care of one the shovel finally was locate hut in Ihe I2lh Howe Reed. Pe ranoski's successor put himse in a hole he couldn'l get ou' of. With one out and pitche Frank Linzy on w i l h a single Matty Alou grounded to seconc Linzy was forced bu'. Reed. «n ering on the relurn throw, failc to touch first base in an attemp at a doublepiay thai would hav ended the inning. Alou then slole second, Willi Mays was purposely passed arv Davenport dropped a hit inti left center, Alou racing acros; the plate as Roseboro watched Marichal, who hit Roseboro over the head with a bat when the learns mel 15 days before was banned from making Iht t r i p to Los Angeies under order. 1 from National League Presiden Warren Giles but the Dodger was much in evidence. Roseboro gels 3 Hits Roseboro collecled three hils Including a disputed homer thai had the Giants howling in the seventh inning. Roseboro's long drive bounced back on the field and the Giants contended the ball was still in play. The Giants lost the argument but won the ball game and pulled to within one game of the front-running Dodgers as Cincinnati and Milwaukee dropped to third, IV'z games off the pace, Fifth-place Pittsburgh closed to within four of the top by beating the Reds in both ends ol a doublehcader 3-1 and 4-2 while the Braves inched up w i t h 4-2 and 3-1 victories over the New York Mets. Elsewhere, Philadelphia crushed St. Louis 10-5 after taking a 10-3 walloping in the opener and Houston shaded Ihe Chicago Cubs 2-1 in a single game. Break Tie in 7lh The Pirates broke a 1-1 tie in the seventh inning of the opener when Pete Rose let Bill Mazcr- oski's grounder go through bis legs and Gene Alley doubled him home. Bob Vcale scattered nine Cincinnati hits, struck out 12 and lifted his record to 15-10. The Reds' Jim Maloney, now 17-7, had Ihe Pirates shut oul on two hits in the n i g h t c a p until they erupted in the seventh inning w i t h Willie Slargell slugging a three-run double. Rico Carty swung the big bal for the Braves in Ihe opener against Ihe Mets, rapping out three hits, including a homer and a two-run double. In the nightcap, the Braves got Ihe job done on Joe Torre's two-run sin- jle in the third inning. Phil Niekro finished up both games, preserving Hank Fischer's seventh victory against six losses in the lirst and putting Ihe Mets down in Ihe nightcap as Wade Blasingame collected his 16th victory againsl nine defeats. The C a r d i n a l s broke a 2-2 lie In the f o u r t h inning of Ihe opener when J u l i a n Javier singled and Bob Tolan doubled, Ihcn put it out of reach w i t h a six-run seventh built on Lou Brock's three-run homer and Phil Gagli- Itno's two-run shot. The Phillies came back in the nighlcap behind rookie Adolfo Phillips, who smashed a homer AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Results Baltimore 2, New York I (1) Baltimore 6, New York 2 (2) Cleveland S, Washington 3 (1) Cleveland 4, Washington 3 (2) Chicago 2, California I (1st, 10) Chicago 4, California 3 2) Minnesota 8, Kansas Cily fi (1) Kansas City 4, Minnesota 3 (2) Boston 4, Detroit 1 Minnesota Chicago B a l t i m o r e Cleveland Detroit New York C a l i f o r n i a Washington Boston Kansas Cily .Standing of Teams W L Pet. 87 54 .6)7 82 58 .58* 77 59 76 86 68 61 62 .5*6 .551 .547 .482 .434 .440 .390 .370 GB 10 19 2.1 25 32 341/5 RALSTON TO FACE FROEHL1NG TODAY FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP)Dennis Ralston laces Davis Cup leammate Frank Froehling today in the feature match of the N a t i o n a l Tennis C h a m p i o n s h i p s --and ii's a pressure assignment for America's No. 1 player. "They say I :an'l win Ihe b ones," Ralslon said. "That's n t r u e , of course, but it looks li I'm going to h a v e to prove I've got a lough draw from he on oul." Wants lo Play Emcj-son The 2S-year-old t e m p e r a m e lal ace from Bakersfield, Call 1 admitted (hat he had his sigh set on one goal -- a shot al d fending champion Roy Emcrso in Hie finals. Ralston, a d i s a p p o i n t i n g lost to l i t t l e - k n o w n J u a n Gisberl Ihc Davis Cup m a t c h e s v Taking Too Much Territory Spain recently. was stung h Games Today and Pilchers Davis Cup c a p t a i n George Ma Call's criticism t h a t he couldn win important m a t c h e s . Matches today complete th round of IS in "both Ihe men and women's divisions. .-. addition to Ihe Ralstoi Froehling m a t c h , hcadlinei send young Chuck Pasarell Puerto Rico, upset winner ove t h e second - seeded S t o I I . against K e i t h J e n n i n g s n[ Ne and Ron Holm 3). Cleveland at Chicago .,,,,,,;,,., -- Terry (11-4) vs. Pizarro (5-2). Boston at Detroit (N)--Monhou- qucfle (8-17) vs. Sparma (12-«). (Only games scheduled). NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Results 'illsburgh 3, Cincinnati I (I) 'itlsburgh 1, Cincinnati 2 (2) it. Louis 19, Philadelphia 3 (I) Philadelphia 10, SI. Louis 5 (2) Milwaukee 4, New York 2 (1) Milwaukee 3, New York I (2) ian Francisco 7, Los Angelcj S (12 innings) louston 2, Chicago 1 Standing nf Teams .os Angeles " Francisco innatf lilwaukce 'iltsburgh hiladelphia t. Louis hicago ouslon lew York W 79 7S 77 77 7S 7(1 70 SO 45 Pel. .568 !ii 5 8 .558 .53.1 .507 .500 .461 .319 541/j Games Today and Pitcher« San Francisco at Los Angeles twilight) -- Shaw (U-S) vj. Oseen (12-13). Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N)-- ardwell (il-J) vs. Ellis (17-8). (Only games scheduled). nd three doubles and scored ur r u n s . The homer was Philps 1 f i r s t . Jim Wynn's two-run homer in he sixth inning lifted Houston ast the Cubs as Turk Farrell catlered five hits in a duel with ser Larry Jackson. 'geli. Margaret Smith of Auslrali; Wimbledon champion and No. seed, plays Cecilia M a r t i n e z San Francisco. The top LT.S hope, Nancy Richey of Dall seeded No. 3, goes agains Peachy Kellmeyer of Charles ton, W.Va. Emerson looked almost un beatable Monday in smashin IS-year-old C l i f f Richey. Nar cy's kid brother, 6-3, 6-3 6-( winning the last 10 games in row. Sanlana Scores He was joined in the fourt round by Spain's fourth seede Manuel Santana. who bea lames Qsborne o( Honolulu 6-1 GB 6-4, 6-3; fifth-seeded A r t h u Ashe of Los Angeles, winne. over King Lambert of Bronx ville, N.Y., 6-1, 6-3, 6-4. am Chuck McKinley of Port Wash inglon, N.Y., who ousted ar ailing Clark Gracbner of Beech wood, Ohio, 9-11, 6-3, 6-3, 6-0. Brazil's Maria Bucno, seeded No. 2 behind Miss Smith, led the women into the round of 16. She defeated Janine France, 6-2, 6-4. Other seeded players advanc- ng were Mrs. A n n y Haydon lones of England, No. 3, who hsat Roberta Alison nf Alexander City, Ala., 6-4, 6-1; Billie l e a n Moffilt of Long Beach Calif., No. 5, easy w i n n e r over een-age Kalhleen H a r t e r of Seal Beach, Calif., 6-0, 6-2, and seventh-seeded Carole Gracbner of Beechwood, Ohio. 6-1, fi-4 vic- or over Alice Luthy Tym ol 'eoria, 111. 4 */, » IS lajor League Leaders ny TMF: AssonATKn «lrtrm«kl, . .31; 112; Oil- o n«v«. VesaL- . . RVITJNT, U50 .1 b.l,l_T ollva. M i n n f j o a l l f i . Mlnncsoln . r O I . HUNK ll.MTEII IN'-rnlsvilo rt. 9 A : Hnrlon. hemjil. 93, HITS -- Olha. Minnesota. 169; '. Minnpsnla, ]5t, mskl. Rnslnn. 4! · - . 3 9 rlUPLES Campaigns. K a n n s rilr. cio. Ualtimor*. and Versalles - . 1 0 . HOMK RUN'S -- llnnon nrlroil ?7- isliaro. Boston, and \Vasnpi". Cleve- OASES- ramMncri,, K«nsa, , nrrtpnal. l»s Ansplps. 37. HTCHIXO 1 1 7 d p d s i n n s v ..... G r a n l . Mln- 17- S. .773: Terry. cUvt!«tid. n-x. cll. C l p v t l a n d , 'rniKEOUTS -' N A T I O N A L BATTIxn i:,50 «r L e f f r i g East Side Grid Loop Announces Officers T h e newly formed East S ^ Junior Football League announced Ihe following oficers for the 9(55 season. They are: Hoard of Directors-L Edward Caldwell, Perry Piotti. Nick Giaquinlo. Gene Me- Tartliy; President--Paul Mulvey; ,'ice President -- James M c C u l - pugh; Treasurer--Casper Ztto; Secretary-- Leo Krusinski. Registration and praclice will e staged nightly al Bcardsley 'ark for boys age 12-14. LADIES DAY HOMF; M r C n . STOLKN BA^FIF -Wills, fk. Rt. 1,01m. 56. H J N r ; - I ? titrivm ali. 10-", ,76?; Kc 1-7, .7SO, ,?; - - - K o i i f a v 8; Veal*. Paul Blair, Baltimore Orioles centerflelder, fails In his effort lo stretch a triple Into an Insfdt the-park homer in eighth Inning of first game of doubleheader in Yankee Stadium yesterdav Tagging. h,m oul as they both fall h Yankees catcher Jake Gibbs. Blair tripled (o the left field wall and Tom Tresh threw to Tony Kubek who got Ihe ball to Gibbt In time for (he out. Orioles won both games 2-1 and 6-2. YANKEE PLAYERS BACKING KEANE NEW Y O R K (AP) -- Johnn Kcane h a s n ' t heard a thing bu lie has a feeling he'll be back a manager of the New York Yan kees next year. AM his t h i n k i n is pointed toward 1966. The players feel he should b ^iven another opportunity t rove himself. They believe h iasn'1 had a real chance (hi 'ear. "I'd say Kcanc hasn't had chance at all," observed Clet Boycr, Hie Yankees' t h i r d base man and team player repre ;entalive. "He practically s t a r t e d thi ieason w i l h two strikes on him SJlie Howard got h u r t right of and John's been handicappec ver since. "We've played without Mick y M a n t l e and Howard a good art of the season and withou "loger Man's and Tony Kubek lost of Ihe season. Figur here's a run and a half you los. game when just Maris am vlantle are out at one time. "Unfortunately, our pitching asn't been good enough (o off- et it. We've had only Iwo relia- le starters all year and the uilpen has h u r l us. We coulc ave won 15 or more games this ear if we had any relief pitch- ig al all." English Rider Annexes Vorld Cycling Title SAN S E B A S T I A N , Spain UP') -- Tommy Simpson rode brilliantly aggressive race unday to become the first nglishman rofessional world lips. Simpson R)- THK \ssoriATi;n RATHNfJ -- Arid! fo Phillip la. clomcrf ihifp doi.blfi And a is 'he Phillirj whipped si. in ihc seronri c«m anrl (ra -. nf their (ton hit-heart FT, PITCHING - l,rk Farrtll. Hominn. hcrt n f i v c . h i t i r r as the AMroi ti\sfii ctilrnfo rub* ?·!. ined "Here comes DulcieMay!" ''Here conies Dulcie May!" Minor League Results H TIM: ASMK i.tTfji rnr.ss J M H I I C ; ( O A S T t.IIAGCF. I'mxr 6. San IHrco i Tacnma i-o. l l a n m i c-l Spnkanf 60. Sr«nl* '.- Vdncoilvrr S-?. PortlAr-d 3.;r: u! game 10 Innines O k l a . oily 6-x. Sail Uk, ;., Indianapolis d-?. Arkansas 4-5 . . . . . Syracuse 6. Columbus s, 12 I n n l n s s lwjsl-of-7 ttnrt lltri ?.? Toronln j, A M a n l n 3, Toromo w i n s bpst-cf-7 *p[ies 4-0 . ton t urn KTUIW u, mauo, «r. Fights L««t Night By TMK AViOrlATKJI rriE«S 1 '^'^, \, Kf ' Ay ' ^"* v --'"hnny Brook* MX, HtMtnm\. Npv.. nulpnlnlH Pulffl Serrano. MS'/i. Loi Anstlei. 10, ever to win the road-race t i t l e at cycling champion- outsprinled Ger any's Rudi Altig i n I h c retch to win the t i t l e . Bel- urn's Roger Swaerts trailed in long way behind for t h i r d Simpson, a 28-year-old Donister rider who now lives at hent, Belgium, covered the ruelling 267.4 kilometers in six ours, 39 minutes, 19 seconds f u l f i l l h i s l i f e t i m e a m b i t i o n being champion of the world, 's average speed was 35.775 When the scraggy Briton lied lo shake Altig, a 27-year- d Cologne resident, on the till circuit, experts at Ihn fin) said the German would win cause of his superior sprint nish. Simpson, however, rose to the occasion and al Ihe line was about a full cycle length to (be good. The h a n d f u l of Britons in the Spanish crowd roared their approval and then mobbed Simpson, at the pits when the new champion dismounted. Simpson has been a great f a v o r i t e of c o n t i n e n t a l crowds since he turned professional in 1961) and decided lo live and ride in Europe. 'POINT A MINUTE' ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UP)) -Willie Heston of Michigan's f a m ed "Point a Minute" football leam 0901-05) scored 9,1 much- downs in his college career. Pittsburgh Wins Dusty Title; Lycoming Third DETROIT -- (Special) The E.I Wiegand team of Pittsburgh captured the World Industrial Slow 'itch Softball chnmpionsliip here iver the holiday weekend!, de feating McAbcnvilte, N.C., 3-', and 5-3, in the final series. Lycoming Division of Stratford finished in third place by spUt- in; two games yesterday. Ly- roming defeated Pabst Interna- ional Harvester of Springfield Ohio, 2-0, and lost M-10 to Pittsburgh, which went on to take the title. Lycoming placed two players on he All-Star team with Ed Fin- legan getting shorlslop honors nd George Mangos m a n a g i n g an o u t f i e l d berth. Pabst had won the tourney last /ear, beating Lycoming for the itle. In five games during the ourney this year Pabst had tal- ied 87 runs. Frank DeLuca's ·huloiit pitching for Lycoming vas the first whitewashing ab- orbed by Pabst. In the Wiegand game, Al Bera- ucci lined a three-run home, run o give the local leam a short- 'ived 7-3 lead in the third inning. .ycoming 'absl ... . 100 000 1 -. 000 000 0 -DeLuca and Joy; k a n k i n . Scheeler and ycoming .. 304 100 2 -- 10 17 Vicgand ... 201 245 x -- M 22 DeLuca and Joy; Martin and ohnson. Competition Is Keen On Coast Guard Team NEW LONDON, (AP)-"We've ot a long way to go, but we've ome a long way," Otto Graham, _ead football coach at the Coast Juard Academy, said yesterday f t e r p u t t i n g his Cadets through half-hour scrimmage. The Coast Guard plays Spring- eld college in two weeks in rst season game. Graham said "the competition ir positions on Ihe team is going i keep everybody on their toes." G r a h a m used four different nes yesterday. Senior quarter- ack Ed Barret! and sophomore on Shart caller! plays. Graliam aid he was "very much im- ressed" w i t h (heir playing. "orzano Praises Ends STORRS -- (AP) University of onnecticut foolbatl coach Rick orzano praised Ihe blocking of vo defensive ends yeslerday r t e r a pre-season work-out. Forzano said bolh Bill Miller, sophomore from Meriden, and oe Paskale, a junior from Mo- egan, N.Y., "did a good job, nd showed an improvement in echniquc. 1 ' Forzano said, "This will be a ard week ol extensive woik" his team, which opens its ampaign on Sept. 25 at Yale. MOOSE INVADES FIELD DURING GRID WQRKQU NEW LONDON, (AP) -"Boy, he was Ihe biggest tackle I've seen since I left the pros", said Coast Guard Academy football coach Otto Graham Sunday. "If he had stayed I would have cut him in half and made two tackles." But, unfortunately for coach Graliam and his leam, the 455-pound moose which wandered onto the practice field Sunday only stayed for about a half-hour. Graham said the biggest tackle he liad ever had on the Coast Guard team, senior Joe Bernard, is only 225 pounds. Graham added, however, lhat even if the moose had flayed, he probably would not have met academy standards. "We only get the cream of the crop, scholasticplly," Graham explained. Alter working out with the team, the moose trotted down to the Thames river bank, nnd jumped from a 10-foot- high pier. He was last seen swimming toward Groton. JARRETT TAKES SOUTHERN 500 DARLINGTON, S. C. (UP!)-Mild-mannered N e d Jarrett won the 16lh annual Southern 500 Slock Car Race Monday after wrecks and mechanical problems knocked out every other top contender. One of the wrecks, which came on the fourth o( the race's 364 laps, sent rookie driver Buren Skeen ot Denton, N. C., to a hospital in Florence, S. C., in critical condition. Skeen was injured when his skidding Ford swung broadside oh the track's third lurn and was struck at the driver's door by another Ford driven by Reb Wickersham of Longboat Key, Fla. Skeen suffered head, chest and abdominal injuries, and a broken leg, while Wickersliam received only a cut. But Jarrett steered clear of Senior City League Slates Dinner Monday The Senior Cily baseball leagu vill stage its dinner next Mon day at 7:30 p.m., at the Red Mi restaurant, located on Seavie 1 /enue. Players from Ihe league's fiv earns are invited as guests c he league's officers. Fans wan ng to attend the festivities ma purchase their tickets at th door. Hungary Kickers Win Over Austria, 3 to 0 BUDAPEST (UP!) - Hun gary took an important step to wards World Cup Sunday qua ification by heating Austria 3- before 78,000 fans at Budapest' Nep Stadium Sunday. The Hungarians are nov clearly ahead in Group Six o the prc-world cup tournamen with points from three games before East German;, (2-2) and Austria (3-1). Thej will meet East Germany in :hcir last pre-wor]d cup game at Budapest. The University of Minnesota's :cond Gopher Goodwill Toar ok athletic staff members :,600 miles this summer. They ,,,, uun onducted meetings in 92 north- spectators, nd cities and towns. |$7.00, $3.80 Isaduchcss Triumphs: Culmone Rides Five ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (UPI - Veteran jockey Joe Culmon, rode five winners at the Allan tic City race course Monday, in eluding an easy four-length vie lory on Isaduchess in the $31 550 I5lh running of the Margat Handicap JOE PALOOKA Bet Down to 5-2 by the 29,69 Isaduchess paii and $3.20. -By HAM FISHER I THINK ItLTHKOVHIM A BULLET/ IT MIGHT TEcci HIM TO PUCK. WELL...WILL YOU LOOK AT WHO'S WAY...BIGGER THAN LIFE ANDFflTTBR/ :rouble as he came · from behind to score his Labor Day triumph before a large crowd. "I was saying a prayer every lap the last several laps," said Jarrett, a Ford driver from nearby Camden, S. C. 11-Lap Winner Jarrett finished II laps ahea of a new Plymouth driven fir ay Buck Baker of Charlott C., and then by his so Buddy. Jarrett's average s p e e slowed considerably by wreck causing caution periods, WE 115.878 miles per hour. The victory was wori S22.IOO including lap money fi Jarrett and virtually cinche for him the 1965 Grand Natio al Racing Championship of th National Association for Stcc Car Race, that's worth $25,80 The crowd was on its feet th final 100 miles of the 500-m spectacle as Ford nee Fred L renzen and Mercury chargi Darel Dieringer battled for th lead. Jarrett, at the time, wa nearly two miles behind both them. Suddenly Lorenzen w a knocked out by a broken valv Dieringer, who had been a fe seconds ahead of Lorenzen, a peared to have victory almoi cinched. Then, on the same la[ Dieringer's Mercury bega spurting smoke from its rca axle. Dieringer had to pit, and Ja rett immediately assumed th .ead, and held it over the maining 63 laps. Dieringer trie to come back and make a rac of it, but fire belched from hi overheated right rear whee bearing. After that was extin luished, he got back in bu crashed into a guard rail. Dieringer f i n a l l y gave up aps from the 500-mile mar when his car simply quit run ning, His effort was goo enough for third place. White Sox Sweep Pair To Trim Twins' Lead Holy Cross QB Hurt In Practice Session WORCESTER, Mass. - (AP l*he Holy Cross football team su fered a crushing blow yesterda when Jack Lenlz, raled one :h e East's top quarterbacks si fered a severe knee injury in passing drill. Lentz, a junior from Baltimore suffered torn ligaments in hi eft knee and was taken to St Vincent hospital. A spokesma said he will be sidelined at leas six weeks and possibly for th season, His loss left Holy Cross win- inly one experienced quarterback Jrian Flalley of Manchester Mass., who saw limited action las eason. Sophomores Charlie Far ·ell of New London and Bill Tripp f Taunton also will receive plenl Cardigan Bay Scores 'n Yonkers Feature , N.Y. (UPI)- Carrilgan Bay took command In Ihe strelch lo register a three-quarter Iriumph In Ihc SoO.OOO Bye Bye Byrri pace last night at Yonkers raceway Before a crowd of 26,517. For last night's victory, his fourth this year, Cardigan Bay, owned by Irving Berkemeyer and the Cardigan Bay stable of New Milford, N.J returned muluels of $2.80, $2.40 and $2.20. And was timed in 3:06-3-5 for Ihe 1}S mile (rip. Mr. C. Song was two lengths In front of third place Camden Adios. Smoke Cloud, driven by John Chapman, led for oJmosI the entire distance, only lo tire al the head of the strelch and fall back lo sixth and last position *t (he wire. The winning daily double combination, (1-1) returned a muluels payoff of $14.40 when th* George Phalen-drlven Telepace $l,2») fliclced In (he Curtain-Raiser and Ihe Sach- «r Werner-piloted Early Sun HM eclipsed (he fielcf In (he second race of the even- Ing. By MURRAY CHASS . Associated Press Sports Writer P is for pennant, Pascual and Problem. B is for Bceline, Burgess and Berry. The Minnesota -Twins, who had been cruising toward Ihe American League pennant, suddenly have found themselves with a problem or two slight skid and Camilo Pascual. Chicago, meanwhile, 'continued it's beellne toward the Twins wilh clutch- help from Smoky Burgess and Ken Berry in a 4-3 and 2-1 sweep of the Los Angeles Angels Monday. . White Sox Close In The dbuble triumph shot Ihe second-place While Sox (o within 4/ 2 games of the Twins, who lost to Kansas City 4-3 after winning 8-6. The victories also gave the White Sox 21 victories against seven defeats, a .750 percentage, since Aug. 13. In that same period, the Twins have played .500 ball, splitting evenly in 26 james and allowing Chicago to slorm from fifth place, ""_'_ games back to their present position. Minnesota, whose lead hasn't been so small in six weeks, hoped to receive some pitching help from Pascual, who returned Monday afler undergoing arm surgery Aug. 2. "If he can go four or five innings, it will be great," Manager Sam Mele said before the game. "That will mean he's ready to help us in the stretch drive." But Pascual, twice a 20-gamc winner, didn't go four or five. He lasted only 1 2-3 innings in the opener, being battered by the Athletics for five runs. Come From Behind The White Sox, meanwhile, came from behind for both of their victories. They won the first game in the 10th inning on pinch hitter Smoky Burgess' run-scoring single. The blow was the ]J3th career pinch hit for Burgess, who set the major league record earlier in Ihe season. Berry, a .214 hitler, provided the punch in the nightcap. He doubled in the third inning and scored on Jack Sanford's wild pitch, lied the game 3-3 w i t h a homer in Ihe seventh, then led off the ninth wilh a single and aced home with the winning run as Aubrey Gatewood fired a bases-loaded wild pitch. In other AL games, Baltimore swept New York 2-1 and 6-2, Cleveland took Washington 5-3 and 4-3 and Boston defeated De- roil 4-1. Orioles best Ford New York's Whitey Ford suffered his first loss after 10 victories at Yankee Stadium as Baltimore won the opener behind Sam Bowens' fourth-inning, tie- breaking home run and Dick Hall's four perfect innings of relief pitching. Andy Etchebarren lashed a three-run inside-the-park Iiomer and Curt Blefary connected wilh one for the Orioles' second- game viclory. Jim Palmer and Stu Miller shut out the Yankees in eight innings of relief. Rocky Colavito went past the 1,000 runs batted in mark in the opener, driving in three wilh a pair of singles as Ihc Indians downed Washington. Leon Wagner paced the second-game Iriumph, collecting three hils and knocking in a run. Luis Tiant held the Senators hitless until the sixth inning but needed relief help from Sieve Hargan in Ihe eighth afler Washington rallied for three runs. Earl Wilson set down Detroit on six hits and received support from Dalton Jones as Boston ran its winning streak to four games. Jones rapped three hits, including a two-run homer in tHe seventh inning. MEXICAN BOXER DEFENDS TITLE By THE ASSOClATKn F-RKSS Mexican Vincent Saldivar, \vho didn't want to fight in London, puts his w o r 1 d featherweight championship on the line there tonight i n t h e o n l y fight ot importance on a sparse weekly boxing card. In the negoliations with British champion Howard Winstone of Wales, Saldivar, a 22-year-old lefty, felt lhat he, as champion, should be able to pick the sife. He preferred Mexico Cily, but agreed to London. "It was mostly a matter of money," Saldivar said. "I could not turn down the amount they offered, even if it meant fighting on the moon." Promoter Harry Levine contends the fight is the most expensive featherweight affair in Wstory. Saldivar is reported , to have been guaranteed $70,000, ivith Winstone g e t t i n g about 5i9,COO. The fight is a sell-out at the 18,000 Earl's Court Stadium. It will be the second defense of Ihe title Saldivar won with a 12th round knockout of Sugar Ramos in September, 1964. He knocked out Raul Rojas, another Mexican, in the 15th round at Los Angeles last May in his first title defense. Saldivar has had 25 fights and lost only once. Winslone, ranked as the No. I challenger by the World Boxing association and No. 2 by Ring Magazine, has had 55 fights and lost two. He is 25 years old. Gaston Andrcy Wins At Thompson Track TIIOMPSON-(AP) Gaston A. Andrey of Farmingham, Mass., drove his Lotusalfa an average of 72ti miles-per-hour to win tha feature event at the Sports Car Club of America National Championship races yesterday at tha Thompson Speedway. Audrey's time was Ihe fastest of any driver in Hie competitions. In Fine Whiskey... FLEISCHMANN'S is the big buy! 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