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Page B6 THE SACRAMENTO BEE Monday August 7 1961 Giants Break Losing Streak Defeat Braves Mantle Raps 3 Homers As Yanks Edge Twins Twice Continued from B4 League pennant as a majority of the experts have been so freely predicting but the Reds are showing no signs of folding opener including home runs by Roberto Clemente and Don Hoak and bases loaded 1 Major League Box American League Scores First Game - WASHINGTON ! CHICAGO Dillard cf 6 abhrbl Franconejf 4 i q Kirk 'and rf 3 - Phillips30 4 Romano c 4 PowerlB 5 Hold ss 3 Grant p 4 Second Gama CLEVELAND j DETROIT ab It rbi Asormnt2b 6 2 1 Wood 2b game when Pinson singled j The Dodgers inched to the1 stole second and scored oni&"rCia° t I top yesterday by one per-Gordy Coleman's single Pin-- mimo fcentage point defeating the son’s game winning homer in thArf w Iff wi Chicag0 Cubs 11 t0 4’ but theithe 10th came off reliever El-1 ' Frank then fouled off four ( Reds managed to cling to a r0y Face pitches and the count went to haf game lead earning a split 3-2 He fou‘e“ another but pjttsburgh After losing catcher John Orsmp dropped the f irst game 9 to 4 and traii- it to give the hitter anotherg jae jn seCond game Jlllr chance Almost everyone in ithe Reds f0Ught back to win Wee Chicago pitchers How- th 5ark th0ught BoIJI"g 3 to 2 on Vada Pinson’s 10th ard had a homer triple and would take advantage of the 1 Bruton cf 2 Kaline rf 2 CoiavitOrff 1 Cash lb 1 Barton 3t 0 Fernandez 0 Roente c f FoytacKrP Bruce p Osborne Vonteiop Maxwell A9uirrtrP G'aadmgp McAuliHe ab b rbi Jonesf 4 1 0 Boiling 2b 4 2 0 Vat)ew3b 3 2 1 Aaronrf 4 T 2 Aococ1b 5 1 0 Thomas 3 1 0 TorreC 4 1 1 Demerit 4 1 6 McMillan ‘00 Boyd 0 Wiiievp 0 Maya 0 Ctonm9efp 0 Mantilla 0 MltwAUKEE f SAN ab h rib 5 2 1 Amlftna 2b 5 1 0 Kuenn If 4 3 0 F Alou If 4 I O M Aiourf 4 3 2 Mavscf 1!" H 2 0 1 0 0 0 I 0 FRANCISCO ab h rbl 3 1 2 -MOT WOT FRANK CLAUSE 32 7 5 Z Dfel grounded but tor Kutyna in - - jntn Osborne grounded out lor Bruce Sever hit into forceout for Carey in1 fourth ninth Score by Innings: I ‘I 000 11 300 01 er bb so Totals 30 14 3 Totals 28 7 4 Mave popped out for Willey In seventh Demerit ran for Torre in ninth Boyd singled for McMillan in ninth Mantilla hit Into forceout tor Cloning-er in ninth Manchai awarded first base and not charged with AB n seventh because of interference by Torre who tipped Mark chai's bat Cleveland 200 200 410—9 Milwaukee 000 00 002—3 Maxwell struck out for Monteio In Sixth McAuMffe grounded out for Gieddmg —5 In ninth Score by innings: Detroit Pitching: ip t dropped ball and commit a ’ dastardly deed — that is everyone but Miller His final serve inning home run Win Streak Ends Hack er fW 3 2) Herbert faced two men th nmh SUMMARY — R- O Connell Woodlmg Long Johnson Aparioo Fox 2 Land s ard had a homer triple and n9' 020 010 101 — 5 San Francisco h r er bbsoi Pltchmgs 4 3 4 Willey (L 4-6) 2 1 1 Cloninger 0 2 2 Manchai (W 9-7) 0 0 3 Miller 10 5 2 2 5 2 0 0 2 3 4 2 8 202 000 00x — 4 ip h r er bb sb 6 6 4 4 2 4 2 10 0 10 86 14 3 3 0 4 b 0 0 0 0 1 double and drove in fniir nrg run scored 26-12 1UUI QP Cess tn 6nikA tn 6 SUMMARY— R: Aaron Adcock Bovd 3 Amalfitano 2 Kuenn M Aiou E Pagan Mathews Torre PO-A: Milwaukee 24-9 rhiran n7 in i X— Faced 3 batters In seventh F m to Aoarhfio to Martin? Johnson j SUMMARY-R Dillard 2Francona 3 San Francisco 27J4 OPsJKMMIfi 13 Home Runs Mark Mounfie Hawaii Split By United Press International They may not have jack-rabbits in Hawaii but somebody better take a look at those baseballs Vancouver took Hawaii 12 to 11 in-the opener of their Pacific Coast League double Pacific Coast League Tacoma Vancouver Are some lanes easier to1 Portland rune Willc Via H thrpo Hite in I to Cottier Long Cottier to Johnson to Kirkland Phillips Held Grant Wood 'Adcock 2 Marichal Amalfitano to Ce- nthorc? runs wills naa tnree nits in-09'o Lt Lomer IO jwinwnto Bruton Bertoia Fernandez Epeda Pagan to Cepeda Davenport to' SCOre On than Others' 1 1 1 t I f " a m V A 0 A i A rtfs m Iff A nA 0A C Annt a I OR XX 1 i SAJ A I llf A mm rre PO A: I Amalfitano to Cepeda LOB: Milwaukee 27-6 L0B!8 San Francisco 6 2B- Kuenn Aaron WP- Herbert u- Cleveland 12 Detrod 9 2B Francona 3B Mathews HR- M Alou Adcock S-aherty Honoctuck Kinnamon and kirkiand Aspromonte 3B Fernandez Marichal HBP Bv Willey (Mays) W°: T: 2 31 1 B-uton HR- Dillard Francona S Grant j Marichal (21 Balk- Marichal U- Bar- ‘Philips Bruce Berfoia SF Romano lick Lackowskl Vargo Crawford T: uiAsu!wrTpJ0na 6mrHinrn I Kalme Colavito WP- Grant Gladding 3 01 A: 24336 WASHINGTON CHICAGO y Soar McKinte( Chylak Smith " 5“ 4 0 245 A: 49666 A nj “ - - — i Long LOB Washington 4 Chicago II U orumn oerroio rern A W'eek agO the ‘'CdS'rltiHinot the first homer of his Lands HR Robinson Woodl-g Aspromonte 2 Bertoia Agun iV'uumt uic la si iiuiiici oi ins £ong s Coner M8rtn HBP Cleveland 27-9 Detroit 23 dropped into second place a three year career in thei® Kutvna (La-dsi was a fast ball and it had an fuii game behind the Dodgers Jmajors and scored four times Hurley1 invitation lnscribed upon t to s wh°m they once led by sixij0hnny Podres won his 14th Bolling to try and hit it which games jt was thought then against three defeats Ray Sadecki St Louis’ 201 O ConneM2b year old southpaw pitched a Br?om3b fort by Miller who has four spin Cincinnati won six of f0Ur hitter in the Cards’ first l"? official saves to his credit It the next eight ' (game victory over Philadel-iDc In other National League phia and cracked a bases' sljiCel?pn'p games St Louis swept a loaded double Catcher Carlj The Giants cuffed Carleton double header from Philadel- Sawatski was the batting star j National League I First Garni i PITTSBURGH i CINCINNATI ab h rbl 5 3 2 Chacon 2b ruA Esposito in srventh I S(uart I b Willey for two runs in the!ph’a 3 to 1 and 3 to 2 while of the second game He hit' sacnlc1 °r P" 30 8 2 singled for Es Score by innings ab h rbl erce in ninth j Nelsonrlto Clemente rf first and two in the third but pan Francisco edged out Mil- a pinch homer in the seventh l8lqr’09on gcoax) o?i— 3GroatVc with one on to tie the score1 pjchin?:" " ip r ej bb ? zeroiki: 2 Cardenas ss 0 Pmson cf 0 Robinson rf 0 Fresp3b 1 Postlf Lvncblf 1 1 1 2 were blanked the rest of the ' way on two hits one off Willey in the sixth and other off reliever Tony Cloninger in the eighth Joey Amalfitano stroked a single into left to open the first and he traveled all the way home on a double to left by Harvey Kuenn Matty ' Alou who later was to hit a two run homer crossed up the Brave defense and beat out a bunt to first Willie Mays singled in Kuenn Amalfitano ushered in the Giants’ third by working Wil- ley for a walk Kuenn ground-t ed to Mathews at third Eddie had trouble getting the ball I out of his glove and after a quick look at second saw he had no play and hastily threw the ball to first but into the dirt Amalfitano went to third 1 on the wild peg but Kuenn I was thrown out trying for I second Matty Alou proved to ! be the long and short of things when he clouted his fifth homer of the year over ? the right field fence for two j runs Hank Aaron led off the ! Braves’ fourth with a double and trotted home on Adcock’s second straight single But t Thomas grounded into the first of three double plays In i the fifth Mack Jones singled with one out but Bolling lined I to Pagan at shortstop and I doubled up Jones Mathews beat out a bunt to lead off the sixth but Aaron grounded into another twin killing Mathews tripled with two out in the I eighth but Aaron popped out I to erase the threat — The Giants had a few anxi-l ous moments in the t h i r d I fearful of an injury to Mays t who stopped a Willey pitch S with his left hand On Carl’s next trip to the plate Marichal I buzzed a fast ball close ta S his chin in retaliation It was uncalled for as plate umpire A1 Barlick plainly indicated I Willey’s pitch “sailed” even though Mays followed Alou at the plate ! The victory gave the Giants I one win in the three game t series and a home record of J 26-27 It also equalled the sea- son’s count with the Braves a at 7-7 The win was the 19th - for the San Franciscans by a one run margin They have lost 23 1 Alou’s homer was the 124th j of the year for the Giants and the 64th at Candlestick Park 5 Adcock’s homer was the 55th by a San Francisco foe waukee 4 to 3 Pittsburgh pounded Cincinnati’s Joey Jay and Jim Maloney for 10 hits in the'the Cards a double triumph Rural League Lodi Trounces Waterloo 16-1 To Cinch Title The Lodi Guilds yesterday wrapped up the Sacramento Rural League baseball championship by whipping the Waterloo Athletic Club 16 to 1 in Lodi Tony Zupo’s charges first half winners took the second half with the victory in McClain (L 7-12) 8 '6 10 and singled with the bases i'sif (UU - Q ' ' Pierce (W 6-7) ? loaded in the ninth to give summary— r: Bright long Mnoo ® Severs Carreon E Veal POA: Washington one out when winning run scored 25 14 Chicago 27-12 DP Hinton to O'Connell to Slevers Aparlcio to Sievers LOB Washington 7 Chicago 9 HR: Sievers Long SB Apartc o 2 Landis Veal S‘ Daley Tasby McClain Pilar-cik U Honochick Kmnamon Hurley and Flaherty T 2 34 A: 17108 2 3 6 Miell p 0 Labine p 2b Counfy League La Fiesta Wareings Score Wins Toals - Kasko grounded out for Jay In filth Lynch jingled for Post In sixth Edwards bounced out for Zimmerman in seventh Foothill League JACL Nine Trips Lincoln Club 4-2 McClatchy Newspaper Service LOOMIS Placer Co — a 4 to 2 victory over Lincoln Yes are easier to hit than others The maintenance and general conditioning a lane receives are factors The quality of lumber and workmanship that goes into a lane are important too But the differences in lanes are usually minute and recognizable only to the more advanced bowler Copyright 1961 General Fe-atures Corp HOWSFft Hankins If j Poxada If Cnij-ey 3b Siebern tb Lump® 2b Stephens rf Johnson rf Pianatno C DiG-PCOcf Rknwr Don i Semon yesterday sparked uv La Fiesta to a 14 to 11 de- First Gme KANSAS CITY I BOSTON ab h rbl 5 2 0 Schilling 2b ) QG'hwrcf 5 2 j i Jay (L 15 7) 1 1 Yastrzmskil 2 1 V'rr lb 0 0 Runnels lb 0 0 Vilrone3b 0 0 Niyo c 1 0 Hardvrf 1 0 Buddmss 0 0 Cisco p 0 0 Nichols P 88 -! B“ll ponwd out for Maloney In ninth picr jaCL 6 1 ‘ ‘ Rocklin 6 115 — t Sac tndepender 5 000 202 000 — 4 Linda 4 Ip h r er bb so Lincoln 5'6 5 4 3 2 0 Grass Valley 3!d 3 0 0 10 Wheatland 5 6 6 5 2 3 Sac Standard 0 4 4 3 112 Vlrdon Hoak Stuart W L Pet GB Score by innings Pittsburgh Cincinnati k Pitching: abhrbl Mizell (W 5-8) 5 1 0 Labine Maloney ! I SUMMARY' !'! 3 3 4 1 I : 571 429 167 143 000 1 P 4 7 Maloney Club Duo Sets Tourney Pace header yesterday and nine homers sailed out of the park Four more baseballs left the premises in Hawaii’s 8 to 5 victory in the second game Portland and Tacoma split with Portland a 3 to 2 winner in an 11 inning opener while the league leaders took the nightcap 3 to 1 San Diego nicked Spokane 7 to 6 while the Seattle in Salt Lake City fracas was rained out Won With Homer Logically enough Vancouver won its opener from Total 33 8 ?' Total PcKAda singled fnr Hankins In fifth Johnson grounded out for Stephens In Sixth S9 5 Clemente 2 Burgess Mareroski 2 Mireil k V Pinson Robinson Freese Post E: Maz-5 f 1 erosfci Chacon Cardenas PO-A: Pitts-i k X burgh 27-12 Cincinnati 27 9 DP Hoak a n a t0 Mazeroskl to Stuart LOB: Pittsburgh V V X 6 Cincinnati 6 2B Clemente Mazer- J u oskl HR Hoak Clemente Freese Post I SB Virdnn S Mizell WP Jay 0: Secory Sudol Dascoli Steiner T: 2 36 36 12 4 A 30000 FINAL SECOND HALF W L Pcf GB Lodi Guilds 6 1 857 Waterloo AC 5 2 714 1 Stockton Merchants 5 2 714 1 Vacaville CMF 2 5 286 4 Sacramento Dales 2 5 286 1 Manteca 1 6 143 5 cision over the Represa Eagles in a Sacramento j hul&vflnti?"d ou' 01 trlkM or Nux' County League baseball slug-!KanxMc!tyinn'n9 - - - Boston i Pitching-w L Pet GB iRakow (L 2-5) I r888 2 I?ra" i i hnw-" La Fiesta Foresthtll Milano Waring Elk Grove Lucky Represa Vlrdon cf i Hoak 3b 100 010 000—2 siSal?" b'rf 210 000 Olx-4 wersk72b P 1 r Groat ss If1 $ ? ? i 9 Chnstophrlf 6 J 6 1 1 3 4 Smith I'd 2 j i 1 0 Francis p 8i 6 113 1 1 Shantzp Howser pel Grnro Burgess the season’s finale The teams were tied for the lead going into the contest Lodi’s Bob Marconi was in top form as he limited Waterloo to six hits Catcher Ron Lacey sparked the offense with a fourth inning home run while Marconi helped his own cause with three singles In the other contest the Stockton Merchants defeated the Sacramento Dales 8 to 3 at McKinley Park despite home runs by Darrell Allen and Lowell Newbert of the losers 600 2 600 2 500 2 '5 250 3’a Schilling Gelgr Ya‘tr7®mski Nirhols FaCe?p 000 5 E Budd-n Nuxhafi Howsar PO-A Kama City 24-12 Boston 27-13 DP x- pruw’Maione to SrhiMmq to Wtz LOB fCSt fit FOISOm PriSOn The Karnas City 10 Boston 12 2B Goioer Ya’itrzmskl Nxon ScbMItnq Nux-hall SF: Caupy WP Rakow Nuxhalt u Rice Schwartz Napp Stevens T1 2 45 Second Game PITTSBURGH I CINCINNATI ab h rbl' ab h rbi 5 0 0 Chacon 2b 5 0 0 Post 5 3 0 Brosnanp 4 0 0 Cardenas 5 I TiKa5koss Pmaoncf Robinson rf Coleman lb 1 Howser s Stephensrf Cauaev3b Siebernlb Lumpe2b Posada If Sullivan c Del Greco Cf 4 Archerp 4 DALES ab ArundaLrf 5 Allen 1b 4 Silva ss 3 Lewis 2b 4 Gianulsrf-p 4 Separovch If 4 Newbert 3b 3 Rathx 4 Dunlop rf-p 4 STOCKTON hi ab r Q D Motoncf 2 Morenorf 0 Ellison ss Simmons 1b G Motonp ’ Ca Totally Score by innings: Dales 000 000 201 Stockton Oil 003 03x SUMMARY — 2B: Dunlop 39 D Motoru -HP Allen Newbert Ellison HBP tllison LP: Dunlop ” ' Knezovlch T: 2 10 outcome enabled the Sacra-mentans to strengthen their hold on first place Petralli belted two home runs and a single while Semon who picked up the win in relief had a home run and a pair of singles The Wareings first half champions downed the For' estill Milanos 11 to 8 in Foresthill as Preston Young and Leroy Molden homered Wvnm and Gabriel Grace collected three safeties Mike Gardner and Vern Stahl hit home runs for the Milanos The Lucky-Elk Grove contest was postponed REPRESA LA FIESTA b r h KaitacMs 2b 3 1 $tathosp-cf 2etzcf PetraIMb DeFazio3b 2 Dodson c 2 Semon s s-p Frates2b rf Gumsrf-2b-p Oi Oi ol O' 01 Second Gam KANSAS CITY I BOSTON ab h rbll 2 0 O' Green2b 1 0 Earley P 0 0 0 Hardy cf If 3 0 0f Jensen rf 3 0 0 Mazone3b 3 1 0 Paqiiaronic 4 3 0 Runnplslb 4 1 O'Buddinss 3 0 0 YstrzemskUf 1 ISchi1linq2b 2 Stallardp 2 ‘Wertz 1 i Geiger cf 1 ab h rb) 4 1 0 88 88 4 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bell If 0‘ Freese3b 8' ETwardsC O'Toole p asingm2b ? 0 0 i 8 6 ? i 8 iU 3 The outcome enabled the JACL to maintain a perfect second half record Dale Bolin tripled for Lincoln Tom Thomure homered tripled and doubled as Rocklin defeated Wheatland 4 to 1 2 Baron Reed had three 1 blows for the winners j The Sacramento Independ-ers beat Linda 14 to 3 while I the Sacramento Standards (forfeited to Grass Valley ooo 10 0 Pcr JACL Totals 39 10 2‘ Totals r 9 3 Lvncb purposely passed tor O'Toole in seventh Post fouled out for Chacon In seventh Burgess popped out for Shantz In ninth Cardenas qrounded out for Brosnan in lorn Score by Innings: n Pittsburgh 000 110 000 &-2 o Cincinnati 000 001 010 1—3 X Pitching: Ip h r er bb so 0 Francis 7’5 7 2 2 1 ‘ 8 1 Shantz - - - - 8 1 Shantz Vs 1 0 0 0 Face (L 4-5) H5 1 I I 8 O'Toole 7 10 2 1 9 1 Brosnan (W 7 3) 3 8 0 0 - 8' SUMMARY— R: Hoak Mareroskl Cha-0 con Pinson 2 E: Groat Coleman POA: Pittsburgh 29-11 (two out when winning run scored) Totals 30 6 Ol Totals 31 5 0 Schilling Died out for Yastrzemskl In Wertz flied out for Stallard In seventh Score by innings: Kansas City Cincinnati 30-15 DP: Hoak to Maeroskl to Stuart LOB: Pittsburgh 9 Cincinnati 7 2B Mazeroski Groat Christopher Kasko HP Pinson SB Pinson $ Freese HBP: By O'Toole (Stuart) U: Sudol Dascoll Steiner and Secory T 241 A: 3’ '67 in Fred Loesch and Mrs Richard Ireland totaled 79 yester-jpjawajj Wjth a homer Howie day for low gross in the BingJ Goss the league’s leading Maloney Golf Club’s picnic home run hitter led off the ninth with his 26th homer of the season and that was it Hawaii got six runs in the sixth inning of the nightcap in a rally featured by a grand day mixed ment Low net went to Bud Farewell and Sandra Merzoian with 8I-III2— 692- Next were Mr and Mrs Paul “7 sacker Creasey 83-12 — 71 Mr and Mrs Charles Schatz had 129-81 — 48 to win the blind bogey event Clayton Heisel took the long driving contest with a 310 yarder off the first tee His clout broke a 2 to 2 tie and enabled pitcher Bill Werle to notch his fifth victory of the season Spokane Scores Early San Diego spotted Spokane five runs before scoring a Lincoln 2 11 3 wmi!msenlMrry nd Yokrta wlson hole in one test on No 16 Rocklin ' 9 12 ' whntinnd 5 jo 4! Other winners: Kaenan and Parks Hulsey and Rains 000 000 100—1 Boston 000 000 000—0 Pitching- Ip h r er bbso sratrd Tu o-i ' : 7 5 ? n !r&2b SUMMARY — R ' Posada' E ° None j smT thTb POA Kansas City 27 9 Boston 27-10 1 a Smith It DP- Runnels to Buddm to Runnels Sul-I Calhson ilivan to Lumpe Buddm to Green to Run-1 Herrera lb 1 nets LOB Kansas City 8 Boston 9 U:lj0tmsonc Schwarts Napp Stevens Rice T: 2 34 Amaro ss A: 15008 First Game PHILADELPHIA ST LOUIS Plrsl Game MINNESOTA NEW YORK LODI Deanss Solarlcf C Grlttsrf WATERLOO abb rbll abhrbl 4 Stonecf Podestase Swtmleyc Totals 34 11151 Totals 0 Scannlvlnoc l'Williamsonlf UDeClcco2b Marks lb- rf-p Stafford p Baker lb p rf McCmkrf-3b i Horton rf 6 Garibldip-lb Scoie by innings: Represa 003 4i La Fiesta ‘ ‘ “ 37 14 15 003 400 022—1 1 0u3 323 33x— 14 Totals Totals Score by Lodi Waterloo Pitching: Marconi Lind Garibaldi Baker TVs Marks 2 Stafford 3 T - - SUMMARY — R: SowasTt 3 J Griffs 2 Lacey 2 Hatzenbuhler 1 Huyck 4 Kuhlman 2 Glbney 1 Marconi 1 Stone 1 E- Hatzenbuhler Marconi Podesta 2 Scannlvmo DeCIcco Garibaldi LOB Lodi 10 Waterloo 12 2B Sowesh Podesta Swlmle HR- Lacey SB Huvck Kuhlman WP- Garibaldi Marks Stafford U: Lieutard Morelll t: 3 20 Pitchers Ip ab Suniga 2'S 10 Gums 5 Vs 18 Walker J n Stathos Vi 5 'Semon 216 II 2 4 4 t Stone T 11 4 5 0 0 P Ramos 2 4 2 2 1 1 SUMMARY — 2B England Cooke frail: 3B- Ladd Stone HR- Petrali 2 Semon HB- Dodson by Sunloa Goslow by Stathos SB- M addle WP- Gums W- Semon L: Welker U: Barbour Abrams T 3 00 Versallesss Green cf-lf Ktllcbrewlb Allisonrf Lemonlt Pleis P Moore P Balteyc Leocio 2b 3b Tuttle 3b-cf Ramos p Martin 2b ab h rbi 6 3 1 Rlchardsn2b 6 0 0 Boyer 3b-ss 6 1 0 Maris rf 5 1 I Mantiecf 3 0 0 Bern If OOP Blanchard OOP Howard lh 6 1 0 Dcmaetrisl 6 1 2 isubek 5 2 2 Gardner3b 3 0 0 Ford p 300 Lopez Arroyo p Skowron Remlfp ab h rbl S 3 P Sullivan p Wallers Baldschunp Totals ab h rbi 3 0 O' Javier 2b 4 1 0 Lillis s 3 0 0 White lb 3 1 Tl Boyer 3b 3 0 O'Cunnighmrrf 10 0 Sawatski c 3 T O' Olivares If 3 0 OTaussiolf 3 T 0 Flood cf 2 0 0 SadeckLp o8j 4 II Totals 29 5 3 WHiers fouled out Sullivan In eighth Calllson grounded out tor B Smith In ninth Score by Innlnqs: Philadelphia Hawthorne Defeats Reno Legion 1 1 To 5 McClatchy Newspapers Service FALLON Nev — Dee Jeffers clouted one out of the park in the first inning with one on and Hawthorne was never behind from that point in winning Nevada’s American League baseball championship 11 to 5 over Reno yesterday Reno forced to forfeit the first game in the double elimination tournament because 0 g'car trouble prevented fielding j 8 a full team at game time won 3 1 consistently until it ran out of gas against the Mineral County squad ab h rbl 4 0 0 4 p 0 4 10 tt t nJsingte marker in the fourth while Richard Cox won the n the seyenth and fouf more in the eighth The blow which won it for the Padres was a two run double by Joe Taylor Jerry Buchek got aboard in the Portland 11th on a fielder’s choice and Charlie White drove him over with the deciding run with a double in the Beaver opener against Tacoma Bill Hain’s solo homer for Tacoma in the eighth had tied it 2 to 2 and sent the game into overtime Ron Herbel limited Portland to five hits to win his 12th in the nightcap Tacoma got all its runs in the sixth with the most damaging blow a two run single by Manny Mota HANDICAP DIVISION: Ned Valentino and Norma Smetos 89-16V? — 72' 21 Randy Wilson and Dorothy Trevethlck 80-17—73 Oscar Broyer and Helen Johnson 95-21 — 74 Mika Rupert and Peggy Dodds 86-12—74 Mr and Mrs Wendell Pond 9 1 -i 6 ‘ 2 — 7 4 '2 Mr and Mrs George Valerio 84 9—75 Bill Barbosa and Lou Howe 93-l7Vs— 75Vz Mr end Mrs Joe Muselle 95-19—76 Ralph Waterhouse and Beulah Wight 88-12 — 76 Mr and Mrs Ted Cook 98-21 Vi — 76Vs BLIND BOGEY: Fred Wehman and Rose Ramsey 102-42 — 60 Mr and Mrs Clinton King 104-42—62 Mr and Mrs Rod Vandevort 107-45 — 62 Mr and Mrs James Stadler 125-60—65 MEN'S MEDAL: Hans Rascheck 84-16—68 George W Miller 80-11—69 Rod Palandech 86-16—70 Peter Rabbit 87-17—70 BEST BALL OF PARTNERS: Stan Aurich and Sal Saputo 59 Tony Leva-cich and Bill Barbosa 60 Art Petersen and Vince Ferrigno 61 To'als 49 9 6 i 1 Sf Louis I Pitching-01 Sullivan L 3-10) 8Baldschun 'Sad-cki (W 9-51 Ol SUMMARY — R: 0 Olivares Flood 000 000 001—1 030 000 OOx— 3 h r er bb 0 4 ‘ " i f 1 i i Williams Sawatski Williams Lillis Bob Sephus yesterday won a 1961 Italian made car with Toby Leigh who pitched' hs five game block of 953- 0 Oi pO-A Philadelphia 24-7 St Louis 27-17 0 o DP' Lillis to Javier to White 2 LOB: 0 o Philadelphia 4 St Louis 4 2B- Sawatskj WAREING MILANOS ab r h Reese3b 4 I'McRorless 5 3 Wilsonct 4 Gardner If 5 Torqersonrf 5 J Stahl lb 3 2 Gresham 2b 4 liMasenc 2 1 1 Cervantes C 3 LHogatep p Maltbvp 2 38 11161 Totals Totals 61 17 6 Kubek doubled tor Demaestri in 1 Of h Gardner ran tor Kubek in 10th Lopez purposely passed for Ford in 10'h Skowron filed out for Arroyo In 12th Score by innings Minnesota 032 pOO 000 100 000-6 rZmnVn ri Nev York 201 020 000 100 001— 7S?X? Pitching: Ip h r er bb so1 1 1 I 1 I I 1 1 i J 1 Sales Representative Hunt Foods & Industries Inc Our sales in the Sacramento area have increased to the point that we must add an additional experienced salesman The position requires a man who is less than 36 years of age and has had a minimum of two years recent experience merchandising to the various types of grocery outlets Food sales or related sales experience such as soap cereals paper products etc is quite acceptable as long as the selling experience has been to the grocery trade We do not consider fresh meat and produce as being related The company in turn offers a career position good salary company car and an outstanding opportunity for personal growth Please send a complete resume of your sales experience age address and telephone number to: MR LEE CANTERBURY HUNT FOOD INDUSTRIES INC PO BOX 3517 HAYWARD CALIFORNIA Milanos Pitchers Hogate Maltbv Molden SUMMARY — 2B McRorie Maltby Reese Young Molden 3B LeDoux HR Molden Young Gardner Stahl S Grace LOB’ Waremg 8 Milanos 10 DP Tor- ng Pamos Pleis Moore (L 4-4) Arroyo Reniff (W 1-0) - Peis faced one man In 10th u SUMMARY — R: VersaMes Allison Y i Lemon Battey Lepclo Tuttie Richard- 4 1 0 so" 2t Bover Mantle 3 Blanchard E e o 1 Ramos POA Minnesota 44 14 New 5 o i'York 4526 (Two out when winning run 5 T o scored) DP Martin to Killebrew Boyer 4 A § to Richardson to Howard Richardson to 2 0 0 Demaestri to Howard Ford to Richard- 3 2 ilson to Howard Berra to Richardson to Son Howard LOB Minnesota 4 New York 5 T V' 17 1 ‘Kubek ! lion Tuttle Mantle 2 Blanchard SB 37 8 9 Mantle WP Ramos Ford PB Blanch-! Owens (L 1-6) lard U Runge Carngan Drummond i Baidsch Paparella T 4 16 Sadecki Amaro White Walls SF C Smith U Pelekoudas Donatelll Conian end Burkhart T: 2 11 Second Game PHILADELPHIA j ST LOUIS ab h rbn ab h rbi 3 1 V Javier 2b 3 0 0 2 0 0 Grammas 3 0 0 3 0 Q White 1b 4 0 ‘ 0 0 0 Bover 3b 4 0 0 Cunninghmrf 4 1 0 James If ‘IF Calllson If Williams 2b Flood cf 8 Schaffer C Musial 0 Cannizzaro C 0 Sawatski 0 Gibson p O1 the first 46 innings for Hawthorne got credit for the win 2 g 2 I Dean Sisk finished up for the i winners The loss went to Fred Dollimore who hurled the first six innings for Reno before Phil Lambert hurled the last three-Bob Stovak hit a homer for Reno in the ninth Hawthorne will go to the regional tournament in Bend ? o!Ore August 16th through I § 21st meetign the Utah charnel pions in the opener 31 Gerlinger s Wins Gerlinger’s toppled Mac’s Oldtimers 14 to 5 yesterday urR in the Spring Baseball League 2B' Versallfs Howard Mantle Pbiladelphia 200 000 OOO — 2 T arrv MpriHifh ViaH fnnr cin 3B Leocio HR V6rsalles Al-j Louis 000 000 201— 3 wfiiTy XVlcrCGlLri IlfiQ IOUi Slrl- Second Game MINNESOTA I NEit YORK Versallesss 5 Green cf 4 Killebrew 1b 4 Altobellilt 1 Becguer If 3 I Allisonrf ab h rbll "00 Rlchardsn2b 2 1 Looezlf 0 01 Marls rf Ip 894 0 Gibson (W 8-8) 9 Baidsrhnn faced one batter SUMMARY — R: Calhson Cunningham Flood Sawatski 3 rb3 “Igles and Bob Nevis a triple 6 ? ? 2 § and single for the winners ter in ninth Williams E Boyer gerson to Stahl SB Gardner WiHon i rrr Drf AAlthv 0 W Mnlrtn "raaon C 3 Grace Reid WP: Maltbv 2 W Molden L: Hogate U Azexedo and Torchia T: 240 Weekend Golf Results North Ridge Country Club Best ball foursome: Herman Witzel Henry Cornelius Robert Moorhead and Joe Hemlnq 54 Hamilton Quayle Lee Manuel B E Taylor and W S Robinson 55 E L Busch Charles Durham Vic Von Trachtenberq and Charles Armstronq 57 Ralph Waterhouse Don Dushane Jack Hoan land and Richard Kemper 58 on the draw Lencio 2b Tuthe 3b Schrollp f C Mantle cf 2 0 Howard c ?0 Skowron lb 0 Bover 3b-ss 0 1 DeMaestrisS SO Kubek O' Gardner 3b i$heldon p 33 8 2' Totals 32 7 2 Hied out DeMaesfrl In eighth Totals Kubek Score by Innings: Minnesota 000 100 100-2 New York ------ --- Pitching: Schroll (L Sheldon (W SUMMAR Richardson brew Lopez 2 PO-A: Minnesota 26-13 New York 27-12 (Iwo out when winninq run scored) DP: Tuttle to Lepclo to Killebrew Richardson to Skowron LOB-Minnesota 8 New York 5 2B: Schroll HR- Mantle S Naraoon SF Lepcio U- Carrlgan Drummond Paparella and Runge T: 2 26 A: 39 408 010 001 1 OOt -5 Williams If 0-1) 7 3 5 9 San° 3b (°8 3fDl 8 2 2 2 iRBSb 3Y — R Becguer Schroll rurti d i Mantle 2 E- Tuttle Kllle- Roarh'p f ( IN IVVllllinHIluTIl i ILXJU OvnOINAI C OUVVf ab h rbl ' C Smith 3 PO-A: Philadelphia 25-10 (one ' 2 0 out when winning run scored) St Louis ? 0 27-8 DP' Javier to Grammas to White p LOB- Philadelphia 8 St Louis 7 2B 1 1 Walls HR Calhson Sawatski S' Wil-0 Hams Grammas Amaro WP- Owens 2 0 U- Donatelll Conian Burkhart Pele-1 1 koudas T: 2:17 A: 18784 LOS ANGELES ab h rbl 01 Wills ss ‘ ‘ “ Gilliam 3b Moon rf 5 p 0 W Davis cf 4 10 Howardlt 4 j Ol Davis cf-rf 4 3 2 Hodges lb 3 1 0 Neal ?b 4 1 UCamllll 4 1 0 Podres o j 8 ol 2 ? li 110 — 1063 in the finals of the high 20 car jackpot in the Capital Bowl Other winners: Dave Brown 1029 $70 George Albright 1025 $60 Dave Heckart 1016 $50 George Popovich 1008 $40 Karl Vastag 999 $35 Charles Fredell 993 $30 Ed Beatty 992 $30 Hal Halverson 980 $30 Tally Valdovino 973 $30 Vic Nelson 953 $25 Jack Walker 936 $25 Cecil Stannard 931 $25 Jim Price 931 $25 Woody Lodgsdon 919 $25 Gail Davis 913 $20 Chas Herzer 899 $20 Art Brakefield 897 $20 Bill Smith 892 $20 Chuck Reid 872 $20 Spokane 023 000 100-6 11 0 San Diego 000 100 24x— 7 15 1 Newcombe Reed (7) Besana (8) Harris (8) and Coleman Score Rice (3) Worthington (7) Williams (9) and Retzer WP Worthington LP: Besana A 2182 First Game Portland 101 000 000 01—3 10 1 Tacoma 001 000 010 00—2 9 1 Barnes Nelson (11) and White Duf-falo Daviault (9) and Reveira Haller (7) WP: Barnes LP Daviault Second Game Portland 010 000 0—1 4 0 Tacoma 000 003 — 3 5 0 Hughes and Oliver Herbel end Haller A 2839 Bowling Leagues Slate Meetings The 925 Valley League for bowlers with averages of 175 and over will meet at 7:30 o’clock tomorrow night in the Capital Bowl The Commercial 875 Scratch League for keglers with averages of 170 to 180 o’clock Wednesday night First Game Vancouver 015 400 011—12 1 8 1 Hawaii 041 200 220—11 12 0 Piche Hartman (4) Rayriond (8) Morehead (9) and Lau Podbielan Sequi (3) Watkins (41 Grant (8) and Wilson WP Raymond LP Grant Second Game Vancouver 101 ooo 102—5 11 1 Hawah 001 106 OOx— 8 7 1 Bamberger Parnf (7) and Azcue Werle and Parks A: 1770 Seattle In Salt Lake City— postponed ram Tomorrow's San Mateo Race Entries Chinese Womens Golf Club Pro trophy points: Mrs Joe Yew 92 22—70 9'4 points Mrs fe art Wong 95-25—70 91j Mrs Dan Yuke 84 13—71 7’j Mrs Thomas Chan 85 14—71 74 Mrs Mee Lee 90-17—73 Mrs Daniel Chan 98 23— 75N!imen 5 Mrs George Louis 99 23—76 4 Mrs l&nffrno Diamond Lum 103-25—78 3' Mrs Tim Janq 9920—79 P4 Mrs Hing Owyang 107-28—79 lVj First Game CLEVELAND DETROIT Temple 2b Power lb Franconalt Phillips 3b Essegianct Romano c Kirk land rf Held ss Perry p ab h rbi Land Park Mens Golf Club Medal tournament: ' 353—32 Schffrnothp Latman p 0 O' Wood 2b 0 0 Bruioncf 0 0 Kaline rf 1 0 Colevitolf 1 O'Cash lb 0 0 Bertoia 3b 1 1 Fernandez ss 0 0 Housee Q 0 Mossip 0 01 0 O' 0 0 Roach Ellsworth p Zimmer rf Totals 36 10 4' Totals 37 12 10 Roach grounded Into double play for Curtis In fifth 7immer homered for Ellsworth in seventh McAnany grounded out for Drott In ninth Chicago 010 001 110— 4 abhrbl L°s Anqeles 104 302 01 x— 11 Ol Pitching V Curtis (L 7-6) Al Ellsworth y rirnll Ip r er bb so 8 6 4 2 0 9 division — Vld Vicar! 10-15 division — Ed Schulz 34-6 — 28 Schaffer on the draw over Gene Williams 34 6 — Latman 28 and Marty Martmdale 35-7—28 M®551 WJ22) 16 and over division — Tex Smith 37- SUMMARY — 11— 26 Totals 29 3 II Totals 28 5 2 Nieman pooped ouf for Perry In eighth Score by innings: 000 000 010—1 100 000 10x— 2 Ip h r er bb so 7 5 2 2 2 0 h 6 Drott j 2 f I 5 i Podres (W 14-3) 9 10 4 4 2 2 SUMMARY — R: Banks 2 Williams a Zimmer Win 4 Gilliam 3 Moon 2 X Howard 2 E: Santo Kindall PO-A Chi X capo 2411 Los Anoeles 2713 DP: Gl-v ham to Neal to Hodqes Banks to Kin-(fall to Rodaer LOB Chicaqo 7 Los Anoeles 6 2B Howard Banks Moon GHIlam 3B Howard HR Williams Wills Howard Zimmer U: Boqoess Landes Forman and Gorman T: 218 A: 11078 Cleveland Detroit Pitching Perry (L 8-10) Schaffernoth California League W L Pet Land Park Weekenders Nine hole criers: Class A— Mrs Russell Allen 37-12— 25 Mr Carl Roggl 39-tt'j— 27' Mrs John Uhart 4015—25 Alto Veit 40 I21? — 27'r on the draw over Mrs Clayton Janak and Edna Hottman Class C— Ann Caplls 46-17V— 28' Rayma Marshall 45I5V5— 25V7 Haggin Oaks Businesswomen Odd or even: gSfe'sd Ann Dreman 52 15’'— 3A’A FUi Knowland 57-I8V— 38W f E House E: Essegian Perry Held PO-A Cleveland 24-9 Detroit 27-5 DP' Mossl to Fernandez to Cash LOB Cleveland 3 Detroit 9 HR' Kirkland S House Wood HBP By Schaffernoth (Kaline) PB: Romano U Smith Soar McKinley Chylak T: 212 L Pet GB 11 676 13 667 IV 18 471 7 20 429 8" Netter Is Honored " SOUTHAMPTON NY— AP Francis T Hunter one of the tennis greats of the Bill Til-den era has been elected to the National Tennis Hall of Fame 2 2 2 2 0 Bakersfield '2J 5 0 0 0 0 O ' Reno 22 9 vi A L 2 3 Stockton 16 Kirkland Bruton Modesto 15 Fresno 14 Visalia 13 Yesterday Results First Game Stockton 022 200 2— 8 9 1 Visalia 001 301 0— 5 8 3 Stethers Sklkas (4) Costanzo (7) and Dunlop Golick Seoul (4) and Hemphill Second Game Stockton 211 310 0— 8 Jl 1 Post Time: 12 30 PM Horses listed in order of post position HARNESS FIRST — One mile class C group 3 purse S600' Modern Isolena Toronto Hastl Bob Hanna Annie Mooney Undeberg Theda Tass Lowen Lori Short Dolly Tass Lane El Mack Myers Poplar Peace Marcotte Also eligible: Ginger Clta (Shier) SECOND — One mile claiming pace all entered for $1200 purse $700: Ken Abbe Olds Clar's Gift McCMmans Mighty Lybrook Dawns Hal Sign Lane Logan Tass Thornton Vef Vet Short I J's Guy Tritten Jr QUARTER HORSES THIRD — 350 yards two year olds purse SI 200: Pay Armed (Hernandez) 120 Bay Lee Snip (Nunez) 120 Lady H Shot (Plumb) x!06 Rtt (Beasley) 116 Dr Phil (Jennings) xllt Mr Eshom (Jennings) x 1 1 1 Also eligible Vegas Dollar (Tohill) 111 Snubbed (Clark) 116 Gus Dutch (Hernandez) 116 SEVENTH— Five and one halt furlongs 3 year old maiden fillies California bred allowances purse S1700 Handv Gal (Fry) Ada Stone (Morris) Pancho Segura Wins Dutch Pro Tennis NOORDW1JK The Nether-will meet at 7:30 lands— AP— Pancho Segura of Ecuador yesterday beat Andres Gimeno of Spain 6-3 6-3 and won a professional tennis tournament here In the match for third place Lew Hoad of Australia beat Tony Trabert of the United States 6-1 2-6 6-3 Trabert and Robert Haillet of France topped Segura and Pancho Gonzales in the final of the men’s doubles 7-5 2-6 6-4 Barry MacKay and Earl iQ nere innooneynanj io EIGHTH — Six furlongs foree vearlDUChhOlZ DOth Of the United elds claiming all antered for S2000 Cfatoe klof Urt i j U kea Hoad and Gtme- Toubo Rose Betty May (NoveHo) Miosan (Little) Red Duroc (Pacheco) z Splash O'Star (Dales) Who's Here (Mooneyhan) Lvt Sfefi (CIJnk) 2n0 63 fof pace Svenot (Tohill) He Topal Neal (King) Surgeon Charlie (Kanis) 120 Barred Bow (Shaw) 120 Mike Win (Llttell) 120 Thunder Chick (Pattlo) 115 HI Wav Beggar (Mooneyhan) 120 Pretzel Reward (Strauss) 120 Sno Use (Garza) uo FOURTH — 400 yards grade A minus purse $900: One Venture (R Beasley) 1)1 Rickamary (Mooneyhan) Ill Hooker Too (Strauss) in Nut Tree (Tohill) 117 Clabber Bam (Llttell) 115 Bellaray (Pacheco) 1 17 Visalia 200 000 Martlnes end Hines Dur 0-2 3 unlop (3) S an- Fresno tiaqo Norwood (5) and Videtich 000 " ‘ 100 20x— 3 - - J) and Hundley verson Urrlzola (4) Hogg (9) and Lan' 001— 1 Bakersfield 000 100 20x— 3 Cataldo Jones (8) and Hundley 6 1 6 0 Hal- Ingham Reno Modesto Aquino Schnlttk Loftm Brenneman Fleming (7) Leuders (9) and Christiansen t Bariello (Kanis) 120 Miss Deacon (Hernandez) 112 Tmky Hobler (Simon) ji6 Fellow's Final (Shaw) 117 Bobby Tag (King) 1)7 Chalk Foot (Garza) 1)7 Also eligible- Wet Beck Pedro (Com-argo) 115 Bold Balero (Garza) 1)6 Top Blaze (Mooneyhan) 1)6 Super Flash (Llttell) 115 RUNNING FIFTH— Six furlongs three year olds and up claiming purse $1600: Lazy Billie (Long) Burn Salt x Dry Lemon (Pacheco) Affirm (Novello) Copper Jet (Young) Soma H (Jennings) x Shady's Image (Tohill) The Blend Arsonist (Clink) Oh Tell Me (Hernandez) Don Balance (Comargo) Hindu Mood (Lewisl Also eligible- Enlo (Jennings) 1 Trial Cake (Long) m SIXTH — Six furlongs three veer olds and up claiming purse SI 600: Star Balance (King) Grand Tudor (Dales) Achiever (Espinosa) Easy Gal (Fry) Robl Jon Shlrlee Shego Mr Bill C (Lewis) Grand Web (Llttell) Miss Sidney (Hernandez) 1 1 0 Al's Alibhal (M Lewis) 115 Mighty Fine (Pacheco) z)12 Flee Flicker (R Beasley) 110 Color Slide (Hensley) 115 Saint Eternal (Jennings) xtlO Miss Volks (Zollinger 115 NINTH — Five furlongs two year olds maiden fillies claiming purse $1800 Next Brilliant Kim Win entered tor $5-000 Steel Ayress Alpenglow $5500 others $6500: Fairlanx (King) 117 Head Strong (M Lewis) 117 Alpenglow (Shaw) ) 1 3 TENTH — Six furlongs three year olds and up fillies and mares allowances purse $2000: Stella Marina (Long) 119 Myllttlemonkey (Tohill) I12 Stepping Bv (Pacheco) zllo In Regards (Hernandez) 114 Renown Guest (Clink) 114 Disbelief (Lewis) 119 Hao's Lady (Beasley) 1)2 — — ELEVENTH -Ive furlongs: three year olds and up allowances purse $2' 000 "The Crystal Springs" Legitimist (Hernandez) 1)8 Rosema-v D'or (Long) 113 Armed Davie (M Lewis) Hi Gold Dredger (Pacheco) 117 Constantly (R Beasley) 1)3 Even Stone (Morris) 112 Fair Imp (Fry) 114 El Matador (Clink) il4 Reighcilis (Tohill) 116 TWELFTH — Mile and one sixteenth three year olds and up claiming purse $1700) Brad Flasher tor $1600 Others $2000 Belona (Pacheco) ))2 Rutland Arms (R Beasley) 117 Steelsplash (Clink) ()7 Miraculous (Aragundl) 1 1 7 Brad Flasher (M Lewis) j)6 Parump (Tohill) 122 x— Apprentice allowance claimed five pounds x— -Apprentice ellowance claimed three pounds A Wi‘ io

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