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By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Stop the music! The Los Angeles Dodgers just pulled the rug out from under that game of musical chairs the contenders have been playing in the National League. The band stopped playing Thursday night when rookie Ken McMullen cracked a grand-slam By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE 1 " • I " — • • ••• —* homer that powered the first- New York W. L. Pet. G.B. By United Press International NATIONAL LEAGUE Player & Club G. AB T.Davis, LA White, StL. Groat, StL Santo, * Chi Covngton, Phil 61 179 27 58 .324 81 325 47 103 .317 R. II. Pet. 66 241 27 81 .336 90 329 58 108 .328 80 321 48 105 .327 79 315 41 103 .327 Pinson, Cin Boyer, StL H.Aaron, Mil Wills, LA 77 300 36 79 307 61 59 240 41 95 ,317 97 .316 74 .313 Clmente, Pitts 71 267 39 83 .311 AMERICAN LEAGUE flayer & Club G. AB R. H. Pet. Wagner, LA 78 290 44 99 .341 Malzone, Bos Ystrzski, Bos Kaline, Det Rollings, Minn 66 235 36 75 .319 Pearson, LA Davlilo, Clev 52 214 Robinson, Chi 79 290 Chi 78 303 36 101 .333 74 286 50 94 .329 76 293 50 95 .324 76 292 43 90 .308 32 43 65 .304 88 .303 Ward, Boyer, NY Maris, NY 82 316 42 93 .294 77 303 38 88 .290 58 210 39 61 .290 Home Runs National League H. Aaron, place Dodgers to a 10 -7 victory over second-place St. Louis and ballooned their bulge to 2% games over the Cardinals. Now, riding a sweep of the three-game series with St. Louis, a four-game winning streak and the momentum that has catapulted them from 2% games behind to 2% in front, the Dodgers have added strong odds to their line-up in the struggle for the NL pennant Since the turn of the century, the team leading the pack on July 4 has gone on to win the pennant 39 of 62 times. However, as the Dodgers know, they led at this point last year. San Francisco played in the World Series. the Chicago Cubs took over third place three games back by beating the New York Mets 2 -1 and 3 -0 behind Glen Hobbie's two- hitter and Paul Toth's three- hitter. Milwaukee dropped defending champion San Francisco into fourth-place by belting the Giants 6-3. r Houston shoved Cincinnati into fifth place with .5-2 and 6-2 victories over the Reds. Philadelphia swept a pair from Pittsburgh, 1-0 in 10 innings on Art Mahaffey's two-hitter and 5 -1. Chicago Minnesota Boston Baltimore Cleveland Los -.48 46 ...44 42 .... 44 42 29 .623 36 .561 4tt 35 .557 5 36 .538 m Angeles Kansas City Detroit 39 38 42 .41 . 35 43 .530 .525 .494 .449 7 10 13fc 32 Washington . 26 46 .410 16% 56 .317 24% The looned New York Yankees their bal- Braves 24; McCovey, Giants 20; Cepeda, Giants 16; Mays, Giants 16; Banks, Cubs 15. American League — Allison, Twins 20 ; Wagner, Angels 19; Yanks 18; Stuart, Red Sox; Killebrew, Twins; Battey, Twins; Kaline, Tigers all 17. Runs Batted In Maris, American League lead to 4% games by splitting with Chicago, winning 9-1 before the White Sox captured the nightcap 4-2. Of the AL July 4 leaders, 41 of 62 have gone on to win the pennant. Detroit whipped Minnesota 5-3 and 3 -1, Cleveland defeated Boston 4 -3 in 14 innines and Thursday's Results Detroit 5-3, Minnesota 3-1 New York 9-2, Chicago 1-4 Washington 2 -3, Kansas City 1-2 Baltimore 7, Los Angeles 4 Cleveland 4-7, Boston 3-5 (1st game 14 innings) Today's Games New York at Cleveland (N) Los Aiigeles at Washington (N) Minnesota at Baltimore (2, twi- night) Chicago at Boston (N) Kansas City at Detroit (N) Saturday's Games Kansas City at Detroit New York at Cleveland Los Angeles at Washington Minnesota at Baltimore Chicago at Boston (N) NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet G.B. Los Angeles St. Louis 47 32 .595 44 35 .563 2% 35 .557 3 45 ...44 36 .556 37 .543 39 42 3 4 .506 7 .475 43 .469 10 51 .386 17 7-r" National League Braves H. Aaron, Cubs 63; Santo, Cubs 58; White, Cards 57; Robinson, Reds; Boyer, Cards; and Pinson, Reds all 51. American League — Wagner, Angels 57; Allison, Twins 55; Kaline, Tigers 54; Malzone, Red Sox 52; Stuart, Red .Sox 50. Pitching National League — Perranoski, Dodgers 9-2; Marichal, Giants 13-3; Koufax, Dodgers 13-3; Maloney, Reds 12-3; McBean, Pirates 8-2. American League—Radatz, Red Sox 8-1; Ford, Yanks 13-3; Bou- | ton, Yanks 10-3; Walker, Indians 6-2; Pizarro, White Sox 10-4. innings Washington edged Kansas City 2 -1 and 3-2 and Baltimore took the Los Angeles Angels 7-4. 45 Chicago San Francisco Cincinnati Milwaukee 40 Pittsburgh 38 Philadelphia 38 Houston 32 New York 29 52 .358 19 Thursday's Results Chicago 2-3, New York 1-0 Milwaukee 6, San Francisco 3 Philadelphia 1-5, Pittsburgh 0-1 (1st game 10 innings) Houston 5-6, Cincinnati 2-2 2U.S.Vets Dragging in J L Open LYTHAM'ST, ANNES, England (UPI) ' Claude Two veteran U.S. pros, Harmon and Herman Barron, faced an uphill struggle today in their attempt to qualify for the British Open golf championship next week. h Harmon, the 1948 Masters champion, shot a 76 and Barron, the current U.S. Seniors champion, a 75 in the first qualifying round Thursday as the nine Americans attempting to qualify were led by Bob Marshall and Jack Isaacs. By Two Strokes TORONTO, Ont (UPI)~Veter- 1 turned Into an Doug Ford held a two-stroke lead today as a field of 83 pros and four amateurs advanced to the third round of the $50,000 Canadian from Marshall, Beach, Calif., shot a and Isaacs, from Langley Field, Va., a 38-36—74 over the 6,537-1 boro Open golf championship. The 40*year-old New Yorker carded a *>7 Thursday for a 36- hole total of six*under-par 136 to lead the qualifiers into the second half of the 72-hole tournament. An unusually high five- over-par 149 cutoff point elinrt- 38-35—73 |.nated 63 golfers and the casualties of the a "one round wonder'* and ballooned to a 78 Thursday to fall well off the pace, Herman Keiser"bf Akron, Ohio, was atone in second place after firing his best tournament score since retiring in 1949. The retiring Masters PGA champion tour this 1946 rejoined tho at-the Huntington yard Fairhaven Links. On the basis of the first qualifying round, officials estimated it would take a score of 148 or 149 to qualify for the championship proper. The format of the tournament was changed this year with two qualifying rounds the 80 golfers rugged par 71 Scar- included top-flight pros Lionel and Jay to determine who will WHAT'S UP DOC?-New York Yankee Catcher Elston Howard join 40 exempt players for the championship proper. The exempt players include defending champion Arnold Palmer, Masters champion Jack Nicklaus, PGA champion Gary Player and Phil Rodgers. Among the other American entrants, William Castleman Jr., of White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., shot a 76: Robert course American Hebert. The 1959 Open champion counted five birdies on the round and handled the back nine in a sizzling three-under 32. Ford had gone into the second round in a three-way tie for Second place, three strokes, behind 22-year-old Ed Moehling of Mt. Prospect, 111. But the youngster year at-cne ago of 48 and Thursday shot a 68 to put him two strokes back of Ford at 138 and well,on his way to launching his "second career." Four strokes behind Ford was Canada's hope for a homebrew victory, Toronto's George Kntid- son, and the 1957 Open winner, George Bayer. Knudson had a three-under 68 Thursday while Bayer carded a 70. Four y established American pros, Dow Finsterwald, Gene Littler, Jack Fleck and pick Mayer, were tied for fourth at 141, Grouped at 142 were Americans Bob Rosburg and Jimmy Clark, and Canadians Moe Norman and Stan Leonard. a 76; Robert Sweeny Palm Beach, Fla., a 78 and looks startled as the ball sails over his head after popping out of Miller of Danville Va. a 71 Of Ed his mitt during the ninth inning of the second game of a double header with the White Sox Thursday. Howard was flagging a throw from rightfielder Roger Maris after Tom •own McCraw singled driving in a run. There was no error on the play. The Sox won 4-2 after losing the opener 9-1. UNIFAX The Cardinals led 4-2 going into Los Angeles 10, St. Louis 7 the sixth inning behind Ernie Broglio, 9-4, when McMullen, 21, supplied the fireworks. Before the in- Today's Games Cincinnati at Los Angeles (N) St. Louis at San Francisco (N) Pitching, Power Net Cubs Sweep Errie Ball of Oak Park, 111., had a 77 and Clayton Graham of Park Ridge, 111., a 94. US. golfers listed to compete but who did not show up included Paul Bell of Naples, Fla.; Neal McGeehan of York, Pa.; Henry Timbrook Jr., of Beverly Hills, Calif.; Truman Connell of Kelso May Minor Lea s ues J By The Associated Press Be Richest Race Horse By The Associated Press INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Indianapolis 11-0, Arkansas 2-4 Columbus 5-4, Atlanta 1-5 Jacksonville 6-1, Buffalo 2-7 Syracuse 2-4, Rochester 0-1 Torornto 5-5, Richmond 2-3 By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer It seems apparent that if Kelso -and races long enough—and there's every indication he's going Mrs. Richard C. duPont's to- big, Brown gelding is going to become the first $2-million horse in history. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Okla. City 6-2, Seattle 3-9 Tacoma 10, Dallas-Fort Worth 2 Portland 5-4, Denver 0-3 Spokane 6-3, Hawaii 1-3 (2nd suspended after 9 innings, curfew) Salt Lake 3, San Diego 1 son of Clark's Summit, Pa. CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Cubs cashed in on bat power and ning was over, eight runs had Milwaukee at Houston (N) WHEN THE OIL ON THE STICK SHOWS A poured in and the Cardinals, who came into Los Angeles with a one-half game lead, left with a five-game losing streak. Jim Gilliam shared hitting honors with McMullen, driving in four runs with a single and double as Ed Roebuck picked hp the victory in relief. The Cubs won the opener in the ninth against Roger Craig, 2-13, as Ernie Banks reached second on an error, took third on a wild pitch and scored on a wild throw by catcher Norm Sherry. Craig has lost 11 straight. The Cubs scored all their second game runs in the first inning on a two-run homer by Billy Williams and Ron Santo's solo shot. Leo Maye cracked a homer and a 3-3 tie in the seventh inning as the Braves went on to whip the Giants, who had pulled into a tie on a two-run homer by Willie McCovey, his 20th. Hank Aaron also homered for Milwaukee, No. 24. Tony Cloninger was the winner with Bob Hendley's relief help. Philadelphia at Chicago 1 Pittsburgh at New York Saturday's Games Pittsburgh at New York (N) Philadelphia at Chicago Milwaukee at Houston (2 twi night) Cincinnati at^Los Angeles St. Louis at San Francisco Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press PITCHING Phillies, checked Pittsburgh on two hits in 1-0, 10-inning opening game victory and scored winning run after hitting double. Philadelphia also won nightcap, 5-1. BATTING - Jerry Kindali, Indians, homered in 14th inning of opener for 4-3 triumph over Boston, then snapped tie with two- airtight pitching to take a doubleheader from the New York Mets Thursday and continue their drive in the National League's first division. The twin killing gave the Cubs a sweep of the four-game series and set them up for a three-game home stand against Philadelphia opening today. Meanwhile, the White Sox split two games with the Yankees at New York and salvaged one victory in the four-game stand. With Detroit taking two from Minne- Art Mahaffey, | sola, the Sox his throw was wild and Ernie scored. First-inning homers by Billy Williams and Ron Santo, and Paul Toth's three-hit pitching, gave the Cubs the nightcap 3-0. Toth, 2-4, went the distance for the first time this season in his first start since June 7. Jupiter, Fla., and Dick Hendrick-| It's a tall, tall order, this going ~* nt«~i-»~ o ZL over $2 million in money winning^, and there's a long, long way to go. But Kelso never has been one McKinley Wins at 9 Wimbledon unds, including Valenzuela, and Against the Phils, the Cubs will I WIMBLEDON, England (UPI) —Chuck McKinley of San Antonio, Tex., won America's first Wimbledon men's singles tennis championship snapped run homer in the Cleveland's regained second place, 4V 2 games behind the Yankees and Vz game up on the Twins. Glen Hobbie hurled the Cubs to a 2-1 opening victory on a two- hitter. With the score 1-1 in the last of the ninth, Ernie Banks raced to second when his ground- sixth 7-5 second-game victory. He had five hits in nine at- bats for the doubleheader. er was muffed by shortstop Chi- nightcap in|co Fernandez. Roger Craig wild pitched him to third, and when start Larry Jackson (9-7). He will face Ray Culp (10-6). 4 After the Yankees had romped to a 9-1 opening triumph behind Whitey Ford's five-hitter, the Sox captured the nightcap 4-2. Nellie Fox' first homer of the season, good for two runs, in the was the winning blow. Juan Pizarro was credited with the victory but needed relief from Hoyt Wilhelm from the seventh on; The Sox move into Boston for a weekend series. In tonight's opener, Dave DeBusschere (0-1) will tangle with the Wilson (7-7). catcher Norm Sherry tried to nail Banks after recovering the ball, READ THE WANT ADS! Precedent DUNEDIN, Fla. (UPI) - Johnny McDermott was the first iia- tive-born American to win the USGA open championship in 1911. Al Dark Ignores Play ers' 2nd Team Votes in eight years today when he defeated Fred Stolle of Australia, 9-7, 6-1, 6-4. In addition to winning the world's most coveted tennis prize, McKinley, 22, also, put himself in position for a $100,000 professional offer. McKinley, who Is America's top ranked player and was seeded fourth here, is the first Yank to win the men's crown since Tony Trabert in 1955. Red Sox* Earl Trabert, now president of the International Professional Tennis Players Association, was at Wimbledon throughout the tournament and said he would talk terms with to shirk a challenge. He had to run only in the last quarter Thursday in winning the $108,500 Suburban Handicap at Aqueduct. The three-time Horse of The Year was burdened a crushing 133 Ismael Valenzueia, ana gave away from 18 to 23 pounds to his six rivals. It was the same weight under which he won the 1961 Suburban. t The victory was worth $70 ,525 and pushed Kelso's career earnings to $1,307,037, moving him past Nashua, with $1,288,565, into second place in the all-time list. He trails only Round Table, with $1,749,869 and possibly could make up the $442,832 difference before the year is out. He wasn't really pressed in winning the suburban, particularly since his chief rival, Beau Pur- MIDWEST LEAGUE Clinton 5, Wisconsin Rapids Cedar Rapids 14, Dubuque 4 Decatur 16, Quad Cities 3 Burlington 6, Quincy 3 Fox Cities at Waterloo, rain. 4 pie, passed up the race. He trailed with | Cyrano and Garwol to the head of the stretch, then stormed the last quarter in 23 3-5 seconds. He finished tMe 1% miles in 2:01 4-5. Saidam, who closed with a rush, was second VA lengths back while Garwol lengths was third, another VA back. Kelso paid only $2.90, $2.40 and $2.20 as the heavily backed favorite in a holiday crowd of 52,136. WARM TOMORROW J Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 142*0185 CINCINNATI, Ohio <UPI)~Be-| For Mazeroski is Nopurchase required Visit your service station may win a can of CD-2 When oil gets low, your engine gets dirty . . . and a dirty engine loses power. The trick is to keep the engine clean. You can by adding Alemite CD-2 to your motor oil. CD-2's concentrated detergent action cleans out gummy sludge and other harmful deposits... restores pep and power almost immediately. Stop at your service station now, during CD-2 Lucky Circle Days. You may win a can of CD-2 ... FREE! You may even win a trip to PARIS via AIR FRANCE! Get full details at your service station. Offer ends July 31, 1963. Alemite CD-2 is another fine product of Stewart-Warner Corp. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money backt cause manager Alvin Dark ignored the players* "mandate," the National League All-Star team will present an historic "first" next four wing out of the game with an injured muscle. leg all Tuesday when starting infielders will be members of the St. Louis Cardinals. Usually All-Star managers in picking reserves for their squad stick mighty dose to the way the players themselves voted earlier in choosing the starting lineup. Dark followed that practice in most cases, too second — but in picking baseman he skipped over Ken Hubbs of the Cubs, who was runner-up to Bill Mazeroski of the Pirates in the voting for the starting team, and instead picked Julian Javier of the Cardinals. And that's what will make history in the midsummer classic at Cleveland. FM AIM, UFE t riBE INSWANCf BUD NELSON 7 W. Main 342-4816 And that makes Javier a starter right alongside his three Car* dinal teammates who were voted into starting berths — first baseman Bill White, shortstop Dick Groat, and third baseman Ken Boyer. It will be the first time in AH-Star history that the entire starting infield will be composed of members of the same team. Dark had to make one extra selection because of Mazeroski's dropout, but instead of another second baseman he picked pitcher Larry Jackson of the Cubs. Dark ignored the players' vote in two other spots, passing over two Cincinnati Reds who were runners-up in the balloting — left fielder Frank Robinson and center fielder Vada Pinson. His outfield choices were Roberto Clemente of the Pirates, Willie McCovey or the Giants. Duke Snider of the Mets and Stan Musial of the Cards. In addition to Spahn and Jackson, other pitchers picked by j Dark were Juan Marichal of the j Giants, Ray Culp of the Phillies, i Jim O'Toole of the Reds, Hal Woodeshick of the Colts, and Don Drysdale and Sandy Koufax of the Dodgers. In addition to Javier, other infield reserves picked by Dark were first baseman Orlando Cepeda of the Giants, shortstop Maury Wills of the Dodgers, and third baseman Ron Santo of the Cubs. To back up elected catcher Ed Bailey of the Giants, Dark picked Johnny Edwards of the Reds, and Joe Torre of the Braves, McKinley as soon as the final was over, McKinley achieved the remarkable feat of winning his seven tournament matches without the loss of a single set. With Billie Jean Moffitt of Long Beach, Calif., pitted against Au* stralia's Margaret Smith in Saturday's women's final, the U.S. faces an opportunity to sweep both Wimbledon singles crowns. Miss Moffitt, 19-year-old fireman's daughter, scored her third straight upset of a seeded player when she defeated third-seeded Ann Haydon Jones of England, 6-4, 6-4, in the semifinals Thursday, Tonight & Tomorrow Night, 6:40 asebnll MICRO White Sox vs Red Sox SQUIRES SPEEDWAY S Mile, Wait Off Rta. 34 SATURDAY, JULY TIMI TRIAIS - 6:30 P.M RACES 7:30 PM SPECIAl Admission $1.00 LADIES' POWDER PUFF EVENT Children under 12 with lynch On Grounds adylt FREE H 5 SOUND ITI EN 1400 ON YOUB OlAi

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