Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on June 26, 1966 · 54
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I I PAGE TWO Braves Shade Dodgers 5-4 In First of Two ATLANTA 1Th — Hank Aaron singled in the tying run ! and sent the Braves in front w ith his base running Satur(lay leading Atlanta to a 5-4 victory mei' IA)S Angeles in 4 "' : 1711r' : V'1114VW r the first game of a day-night - ': P doubleheader Ken Johnson w h o stopped c 4 i ' the Dodgers on five hits helped tint' -nap a five-game losing i streak against Los Angel !!!!A ! with a solo) home run in the: i 1004‘ : third inning ct ! ' Joe Torre had slapped a! bases-empty homer in the sec- 4!: ' ' ! ond but the Dodgers wentl e' '' ' k'ok'W ' I i 4 0141 1 ' s":y: 441114: :i7 ' i atsilli(hind1:s:g(1:)ilitt(Eboirell(1:elnrelaaln11()td)n(iilketi:::!i0((n$))kftit:sliseh:c)(rn)oastn'entisixd(dAl Iti(oaAliritiviiii)alt(nii)itnlifheefs 1 ' Davis' two-run shot in the sixth I ''k t I throw to the plate went to thirdl on Mack Jones' flyball and: o I raced home when Nlaury Wills :dropped the throw in to the in-! field i 11011 SII tW 1 iiiro Carty padded the lead' 1 ' with 1 homer off reliever Boll Miller New Yoric The homer proved derisive when John Hosehoro singled ' home a ninth-inning run for the 1 Bounces Dodgers LOS ANGELES ATLANTA ab r ri bi ab r h bi 1 Wills I 4000 FAIou lb 4000 tytvark( th 4 1 2 0 Mathews 3b 4 1 1 0 A f 4117Aaroort 2111 IDavi if 4 0 1 0 AAJones cf 3000 Cubs 9-3 D 1 Johnson rf 4 2 1 1 CIrtv It 3 1 2 1 1Mbyre 3b 4 0 0 0 Tprrp c 7111 FrosPhpro c 3 0 1 1 Monk(' cc 4 0 1 0 Shorley pr 0 0 0 0 Woodwrd 2h 3 0 I 0 I NOliver 2b 7 0 0 0 KJohnson p 2 1 2 1 CHICAGO 'T'l — Veteran! in C:nevinngyng 0 h 11 p g p) right-hander Bob Shaw bm ecae' cslt"0" '2 g g g the first starting pitcher to win' mmP mo) four straight games 111 the five- FA4r0'r(Itf DP nO DO nO ? ) year history of the Niels Satur-i TolAt 33 46 4 0 0 1 2 010 I— 1 day as New York defeated the (As Angeles nrge le s n a 011 00300x-5 1 E —Adis Carty OP—Los AottPlef 2 Chicago Cubs 9-3 i Atlanta 1 LOS---Loi Anorles 4 Atlanta 5 Shaw purchased from the San 2k13 Jottrenokneort eiworisoHn761corr:D816 Francisco Giants 15 days ago (2)johnncssaonrtv m(10)4SSS—Woodward 1-- has compiled the string in his Sutton - IP H R ER BB SO on 11 7) 5 7 4 4 2 2 ' first four starts for the Niets 111''11erpr i iiiio i 2-31 0 0 2 0 Previously Larry Bearnarth ():016"51) n ON 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 ‘ '' 6-5) 9 6 4 3 2 4 won four in a row for the Mets T—5 A-320634 Shwx purchased from the San inorn7APortinwosoFinii–f6T)or7 D(al v6 Francisco Giants 15 days ago (LohriCsaonrtv m(j2014sS13---Woodward S – has compiled the string in his Sutton ft 7-7) IP5 I7 R4 ER4 9 9 first four starts for the Mets '111''11werpr i 2-3 1 0 0 2 0 Previously Larry Bearnarth IT71111person 913 won four in a row for the Mets T ---25 A-320634 — all in relief in 1961 Shaw scattered II hits and 5 Coaches Added increased his over-all record to 5-1 To Hall of Fame Ed Kran0000l and Ed Bressoud took turns sparking the COLUMBIA Mo OP) — Mets' two four-run spurts kvith Five veteran coaches who have two homers good for five runs made important contributions to Nranepool hit his seventh with the development of collegiate one aboard off the starter and 'baseball have been voted into loser Bill Hands in the second Ithe College Baseball Hall of Bressoud's fourth three-run Fame located on the Western homer of the season came in theMichigan University campus at fifth off Ferguson Jenkins Kalamazoo Mich In extending their winning l The new members are Paul streak to four their longest of ' Echley of Amherst College Bill the season the Mets handed the McCarthy of New York UniverCubs their sixth straight set- sity Frank G McCormick of back !Minnesota Clarke Noble of MisNEW YORK r b hi CHICAGO igh hi i sissippi State and Glenn Martin Ah 1-lunt 7b 5 al 2 Philhoc ct 4 7 3 0 of Southern Illinois i I S 0 0 0 Rprkrt “)on- Rover 1) 4 0 1 0 RWIliams rf 5002 -9— - CIonPS ct 33 3 0 SAntn lb 301n I hvos It 4 1 1 1 PochrlIA f 4 0 1 0 t1P Murohy If 1 0 0 11 PAnk c lb I A i i 0 liwruun Boxer Wins krAnnool lb 4 2 1 3 Hundlev c 4071 Rrepezl $S 4 7 7 3 AmlftAnt 2h 7 0 1 0 1 w Crote c A 1 7 0 1Thomm Ph VPcnnr is 1 0 0 0 1 Junior Middle Title Sha A 3 0 1 0 iono! Filmic p 0000 icrce n 1000 AtrAn ph 1 0 0 0 SEOUL Korea LAP) — NoJks n noon S!ewArt ph 1 0 0 0 1rea's Kim si-Soo won t h e Hnroov to n n o n Keough ph 1 0 0 0 world's junior middleweight Trom ac 912 9 Total ii-iTiri boxing title Saturday night up- New atm York —S 041 040 0r109' etting champion Nino Benvenu- thic 101 100 000-1 f ---SmIto Poyrr ne New York 11ti of Italy by a split decision in a t oFk--N York 1 ChKa00 9 7B—Hunt Pninim BAN CJoees Lewic Reckert Hhorhey Royer 1-1R—KrAne000l (7) 15-round bout Bresoud SB—Phillioc Grn1P It was the first defeat in 120 IP H R ER BA SO ShAw (W 11 0 11 -j 3 1 1 amateur and 117 professional H4hri‘ (1 56) 1134 4 4 1 1 K rflrf ? 2 3 I I A n 2 fights for the 27-year-old Ben- 4 jo11n 2 4 4 2 1 inni4 venuti who weighed 153 pounds HRP-- Fly S"' "ntr'' " sh" 0 Kim si-Soo weighed 15 PR r 214 Grote - A 1 07 1c HANK WAITS FOR GOOD PITCHES Aaron Taking ATIANTN Patience is paying otl tor Hank Aaron the latest threat to home run records in the big leagues Aaron's vow to Mahe a strong showing in the Braves' First season in the South has not hurt the 32 year-old Negro slugger either "Pm a better hitter this year because I'm waiting for my pitch" Aaron sa id in explaining his explosive start in which he slammed 21 home runs and drove in 60 runs in his first 63 games -I used to hit too many had balls" Aaron said -Now I wait until they throw my pitch and I can hit it where I want to" WHERE HE wants to is over the left field fence the spot Aaron is trying to pull every hit this year "although in 1959 vvhen I hit 39 home runs I think half of them IA ere in right field "I'm striking out a lot more Pitchers get nip without ever throwing my pitch" said Aaron who fanned 38 times during the iiiigame stretch Despite his vhiffs he leads the National League in runs driven in and both majors in homers and needs only one more home run to become the first National League player to hit 25 through June 30 Aaron's home run pave—the fastest in National League history—WNS still shy of that of Roger Maris arid Babe Ruth i astALIP Section Four the Mnerican League's home run record holders RUTH MT his 24th homer in his 60th game in 1927 vhen he blasted 60 for the Yankees and Mans slammed his 2Ith in his 62nd game in 1961 when he wound up with 61 for the Yanks didn't even think about lotting 61 home runs until you writers collie around and ask ed me" Aaron said "Nly (ally goal every year is to do better than 1 did the previous year" That takes some doing because Aaron had the best batting average of any active big league player going into the 19611 season with 320 and never has hit less than 24 hione runs since his rookie season in 1954 Aaron is a cinch to he chosen for his 12th straight II-Star game next month holds numerous National League batting records and is a surefingered right fielder although he doesn't put on the breathtaking shows Of a 'il lie Nlays on defense "THIS YEAR I Wanted to get off to a good start be cause we were in a new tovn for the first time" Aaron said "All of the guys on the team did but some of them pressed so much it hurt them" Aaron's fast start hil Pi-ittiLkSL-A4 te&-1 POINT FOR POINT—Exuberant Anaheim Calif base ball fan exchanges views on officiating with umpire Emmett Ashford Friday night during marathon 14in AND IT'S FREE TOO First Negro Ump Proud of Uniform NEW YORK — Emmett Ashford the first Negro umpire in the major leagues admits a "pioneer's role is not lined with red velvet" but he isn't complaining about the fact he no longer is wearing blue serge "You know how it is with a pioneer" Ashford answered when he was asked if he had run into any racial problems "It's not all peaches aod cream A pioneer's role is not lined with red velvet" But that's as far as he would go For Ashford prefers to take positively about his job—the reception he has received from fans because of his gestures and mannerisms and his new uniforms SITTING IN the umpires' room during a recent tour of duty in New York Ashford explained his gestures and mannerisms — he's from the small school that gives the big easy-to-see sign—through the words of former Dodger star Roy Campanella "Campy said there's got to be a little boy in everybody who plays the game" Ashford said "That's the way I feel And if my personality and enthusiasm come out in my work—it's just me Besides it's something for the fan to see and I think it helps the game "It must be popular I'm getting mail I never expected to As a matter of fact I'm having trouble answering it" His obvious pride at being the first of his race to reach the majors — the 47-year-old American League rookie spent 15 seasons in the minors—is so great that he even revels in his two new uniforms BUT THEN he got them for nothing — and there's a world of difference in a minor His Time drawn the attention of base ball fans in this Georgia city and last veil some white fans put up a banner lila said "Aaron for Gover nor" 'Playing in Georgia has not bothered me one bit' Aaron said "The people have been real nice I() me I've gone out to dinner and done things Alma any trouble ''I did get depressed before my family joined me because was living in an apartment and after a bad night all I did was go home I()ok at the walls and think about the game "BUT FM a lot happier nOW that my wife and kids have moved here with me" He and his wife Barbara and their four children moved last veek into a spacious brick home on a large wooded lot in an integrated neighborhom)d in At lant's suburbs ''We haven't had much lime off since I've been in Atlanta So I don't know too many people But if they are anything like Nlayor Ivan Allen they have to be great" Aaron On Thursday joined the mayor in a civic function in the Braves' hist day off at home since the season started ''I usually don't do many things like that during the season but the people have been good to the Draws )re'' Aaron said FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM Sunday June 26 1966 - ' league and a major league suit "The biggest thing is up here the league furnishes the uniforms" Ashford explained "In the minors you had to pay for them at about $70 each And you usually need at least two a season "BesithT in the minors they were blue serge — up here they are light weight" They are light weight cotton to be exact and the major reason the minors stick to the uncomfortable blue serge during the hot summer months is that cotton uniforms are more expensive Ashford eventually will have to ante up for uniforms if they take the beating his gestures seem sure to inflict T h e league only furnishes replacements at the rate of one every other year All others have to be bought by the umpire— and they serve only one purpose "You really can't wear them outside" Ashford said "They're not stylish" 0 ASHFORD ALSO ticked off the prices of various other equipment that has to be purchased revealed that he totes around five balls in the spedaily designed umpires' pockets and is strictly a suspendcrs-only man "A mask goes for about $15 shin guards for about $18 special shoes for working behind the plate for $25 special shoes for working when you're on the bases also about $25" he said "Nlost of those last a whole season" Ashford then explained that he keeps five balls I n the oversized pockets of his uniform "The number of balls an tulip carries varies with the person" Ashford said "I like to keep six around — the one in the game and five in my pockets two in the left and three in the right pocket When I need more I signal to the ball boy to bring me some" As for holding up his pants Ashford says he prefers suspenders although some umpires use belts — and some use both "as a safety first measure" ASHFORD SAYS he never has had trouble with a pair of suspenders breaking but once found himself in an embarrassing situation because of a weak pair of pants "We were at San Diego one night and I bent down to dust off the plate" Ashford explained "and when I went some woman yell: " 'ley Emmett your pants are split' 'Fortunately I kept my composure stepped towards the stands and announced: 1: 'Ladies and gentlemen an emergency exists — but it's 1: too late now to do anything 44t about it' "Then I turned around and : vent back to work But I made sure I took short little : steps so it wouldn't be too obvious" 2-Week Baseball — back behind the piate I heard lie""""""""e0 some woman yell: " are 'lley Emmett your pants split' A gig n 0 A Lal 'Fortunately I kept my : composure stepped towards the stands and announced: 1: "Ladies and gentlemen an A Rivo u emergency exists — but it's 1: too late now to 44t do anything about it' "Then I turned around and : ATLAS DELUXE vent back to work But I WHILE THEY LAST! made sure I took short little i steps so it wouldn't be too : obvious" — — - 08 5 9 Z-Week Baseball 1 11 11 0 PLUS bsamp Scheduled 1 - INSTALLATION Camp Scheduled ARLINGTON (Sph — The Tarrant County Baseball Camp a clinic for boys 8 to 19 will open July 5 at Dalworthian Car dens and run for two weeks Daily hours will be from am to 1 pm and cost to the individual is 50 cents per hour Al Caprio is director and other instructors are Bob Tarver Jeff Brown and Gerald George tS400906000084 !! I —Associated Press Wireoaoto ning game between California Angels and Baltimore Orioles Angels won 5-4 but fan lost when police escorted him from the ball park Baseball Chart TEXAS LEAGUE (Does not include Saturday's results) W L Pct GB Amarillo 40 77 597 Arkansas 37 30 552 3 El Paso 34 33 507 6 Albuquerque r 34 34 500 62 Austin 29 aa 433 11 DallasFort Worth 28 40 412 1211 NATIONAL LEAGUE xSan Francisco 44 26 679 xPittsburoh 38 28 576 4 Lns Angeles 39 29 574 4 xHouston 37 32 536 6 2 xPhiladelohla 36 33 522 7 7 1St Louis 33 34 493 9"2 Kincinnati 33 34 493 912 Atlanta 32 40 44 11 New York 28 37 431 Chicago 20 47 299 x—Late came not included AME R ICAN LEAGUE xBaltimore 45 24 652 Detroit 43 24 642 xC leveland 40 25 615 xCMitornie 38 31 551 Chicano 32 35 478 Minne5ota 31 36 463 NPW York 28 37 431 x Kansas City 28 39 418 Wachinoton 29 49 409 Boston 24 45 348 x —Late CIAMP not included 13 1312 22' 2 1? 13 15 16 12 21 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (Does not include Saturday's results) Columbus 36 25 590 — Jacksonville 32 30 516 4' 2 Buffalo 32 30 516 4' Rochester S4 32 515 42 TOIPCin 32 32 500 5' 2 Richmond 31 34 477 7 Toronto 30 33 476 7 Svracuse 27 38 415 11 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Western Division (Does not include Saturday's result) Seattle 36 30 545 — Vancouver 35 31 530 1 Spokane 37 33 529 1 Portland 30 35 4627 5' Hawaii 37 38 457 6 Tacoma 28 42 400 10 Eastern Division IndianapoliS 41 25 621 — Phoenix 33 35 485 9 phoenix 33 35 485 9 Ok lahoma City 30 34 469 10 San Dieoo 32 38 47 11 Denver 29 37 439 12 FRID1"S RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 3 Philadelphia 1 New York 4 Chicago 2 Los Angeles 4 Atlanta 0 Cincinnati 12 San FrancisCo Houston 4 St Louis 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Kansas C ity 7 Clevetand New York 5 Chicaoo 2 Boston 5 Washington 1 Detroit 2-2 Minnesota 14 BaltImore 4 California 5 14 Innings TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas-Fort Worth 6 Albuouoraue Austin 2-0 Amarilio 12 Arkansas 9 El Paso 4 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toledo 2-4 Toronto 0-6 Buff alo 3 Columbus 0 ichmond 86 Syracuse 1 Jacksonville 17 Rochester 1 t-Ff LI" d-S IIIIIM150111 17 Baltimore 4 California 5 14 Innings Friday erford won the first annual ing off the disabled list 1 ---------- - TEXAS LEAGUE event which last Peters didn't allow a runner Dallas-Fort Worth 6 Albuouerque 4 y"r wa"Little Leaguers Go kustin 2-0 Amarilio 1-2 250-miler with an average i - to reach third base and blanked krkansas 9 El Paso I INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE 1speed of 141728 mph ! the Yankees on four hits until Toledo 24 Torontn 06 4 — - - on Hitting Spree 'the ninth Then after Elston Buffalo 3 Columbus 0 Richmond flo Syracuse 1 !Howard led off the inning with a Jacksonville 17 Rochester 1 Paschal Netter The Riverside Little League'single and Joe Pepitone walked PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Tacoma 8 Oklahoma City 3 i program may be spending the locker replaced Peters Portland 5 Phoenix I Sookane S Vancouver 1 weekend in a search for pitch- Pinch hitter Roger Mans Denver 3 Indianapolis 2 Seattle 8 Tulsa 2 1To Offer Tips !ens after Friday's results reached first loading the bases Havoiii 4 San Dim 3 I i SATURDAVS RESULTS Michelle Meinstein one Mid In three games 99 runs were when Torn McCraw fumbled his !grounder but Hector Lopez hit ' of Paschal's doubles duo thats"red TEXAS LEAGUE The Cardinals beat the War-iinto a double play as Howard Dallm-Fort Worth at Amarillo nioht I reached the finals of the 4A-51 Arkansas at Austin night !scored and Lou Clinton ground- El Pasn at Albugueroue nioht !tennis tournament the p a s triors 21-16 in the major league !oyear-olds The Warriors!ed out ending the game NATIONAL LEAGUE year will be the instructor for! fr 12- i beat the Tigers 19-15 in the ban- I CHiCAGO NEW YORK NPW York 9 Chicann 3 the YWCAs July tennis pro ab r h bi abrhbi Atlanta 5 Los Angeles I (first game) !tam loop for younger boys And! (57-ry it 4 i i I Tresh 3b 4 0 I 0 San Francisco at Cincinnati nicht gram for teen-agers Cl 4 0 1 0 Richrdsn 7b 3 0 0 0 St Louis at Houston night the Colts of the senior league i Buford 3b 4 0 1 0 Mantle cf 4 0 1 0 Pittsburgh at Philadelphia night Miss Meinstein will t e a c h F Robinsn rf 4010 r Howard c 4120 (13-15 age group) downed the McCraw lb 3 0 0 0 Popitone lb 3 0 0 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE classes at Arlington heights Adair 7b 4 0 1 0 Boyer ss 0 0 0 0 Detroit 1 Minnesota 0 - Chi Dodners 25-3 cago 2 New York i High School Mondays and Wed- b Martin c 4 0 1 0 Schofield ss 2 0 0 0 E I ia ss 3111Markoh 1000 Washington 4 Boston 3 GPeetts p 4 0 1 0 HLenez If 4 0 1 0 Baltimore at California night nesdays from 8-9:30 am and Locker is 0 0 0 0 0 Ciinton 3 0 0 () Kansas City at Cleveland nicht at the Sycamore Park courts Giants Sign Backs stotim 2000 White oh 1 0 0 0 SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE Tuesdays and Thursdays from vo 1 --- — Ford P 0000 - TEXAS LEAGUE—Dallas-Fort Worth 8:30-10 am NEW YORK ity) — The 7ew! -tow 24 2 8 2 total 31 1 00 i Amar York Giants announced Satur- New York NO MO MI- 1 illo El Paso at Albuquerque Further information may be chicaor ono olo 010 -2 rkansas at Austin - l E -EHoward r McCraw DP -Chicano 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE — Pittsburoh obtained by contacting t h e day the signing of defensive' too 1 di- Rchrds (t(Ari 7 Nrw York i 20 - Adair ' Philadelphia Frvamn 14'11 vs Jack In (4-6) NPW York at Chicago 2 Ri- Teen-age D backs Carl Lockhart Jim Department of the ! HP - Elia 01 Borrk lift S11-- Buford 5- flit) (a2t3(1) )1nrilrnoRoUSSIICIk-1)(11120sysAn:IVS GPeters (W 4 6 ) S I 1 I Downtown YWCA 512 W 4th Deadline ton and Wendall Ilarris to con-I 1 I H R ER" SO A 1 Atlanta Koufax 11121 vs Lemaster El) for reg is 2-6191 tracts for the 191 Nat 16 ()" i 1 tncker ( 0 i Slialinvre IL 6 Ell 3 4) ? ? ? I i 4) San Francisco at Cincinnati Per 6 I (9-1) V M1110721 19 21 S! Lotsq nt tration is June 27 Football League season E Ird 2 4 1 1 1 7 kVP C Potpr 171 T -7 II it --71 A1S SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE TEXAS LEAGUF—DallasFort Worth at Amarillo El Paso at Albuquerque 'Arkansas nt Austin NATIONAL LEAGUE — Pittsburoh at Philadelphia Frvamn (411 vs Jac( on (4 6) NPW York at Chicago 2 RI bent (21) and gust6ck (1-1) vs Fail( (I-I) and Simmons (1-1) Los AncielPs at Atlanta Koutax 113-21 vs Lemast6r IS 4) San Francisco at Cincinnati Per rv (9-1) vs Malonnv (9 21 St Lnuis at Houston Jackson (6-6) vs Roberts (11) AMER ICAN LEAGUE - Baltimnre at California Bertaina (1-3) vs Loper (7-5) v 4-5) and Pcu Lol(4 6) Minnesota at Detroit "5"" A&M to 1 (asal sich (7-4) and Soarma (24) Kansas City at 1 Cleveland 2 Hunter (5-6) and Stafford (01) vs Siebert (7-3) and Hargan (32) Order RI Chicaoo at New York 2 inhrt (S4 1 and Hor leo (3-7) vs Talbot (S5) and Peterson (511: Washington at fins ton 2 Ortega t6-5) and Hannan (0-3) COLLEGE STi vs Stange (13) and Lonborg ----- a ----- - qtann c7 111111 frint b HALFBACK SIGNS BUFFALO NY i1P—Roo1de halfback Bill Bailey of the University of Cincinnati has signed a 1966 contract with the Buffalo Bills the American Football League champions said Saturday Ile was a free agent Mario Tops Atlanta 300 Field Today ATLANTA (AP) — Mario An i!dretti and Gordon Johncock will '1rinu'oortk 0 6 II 16 1(Y'AL0a'nn Pph 6 '6 '0' '0' VVIIIItilli Li L'AihUL 1 tollitill:- Stanley Ph I o o o sinner of baseball will be at 9"2I (7v2 lead the charge Sunday when 30 Sperry o 0000 3 31'2 Indianapoliz-type cars go after Total 34 0 7 0 Total 29 1 6 1 the Tuesday and Wednesday 24 the top prize in the $80000 ni itrooeisi 041 000 000 000—o night games Championship 300 at Atlanta 1 coo m 612-1 Saturday night there vill I wlgrto b--6Minnesota 8 Detroit 7 2B— c 1c Grant HR—Kallne On S— International Raceway Wood an early July 4 fireworks dis- 1 3 Andretti defending United Grant 6 1 IF' H R ER BB SO -3 5 0 0 2 'play upon conclusion of the 3 7 Ro9denbk lt 1-11 1 2-3 1 1 1 0 O ? States Auto Club champion from McLain 7 6 0 0 1 7 game' 3 Sherry WI 5-0) 2 I 0 0 0 31 Friday's doubleheader will 5 Nazareth Pa won the pole po- T-2!14 A-13795 start ' sition in his rear-engine Ford 7 NATS 4 BED at 6 Rim all other SOX 3 games at 7:30 I !Friday with a qualifying time of BOSTON 1P—Ken McMullen pm 1 16914 miles an hour a world' who triggered a two-run rally! ) record for a Pi-mile track in the fourth inning with a sin- white Sox Johncock of Hastings Mich gle doubled home the winning took the outside pole spot Satur- run in the ninth and gave' 2 day in his rear-engine Ford IAA Washington a 4-3 victory over Turn Back a time of 168855 mph Twenty- Boston Saturday two drivers qualified Saturday WASHING7r4 BOSTON h bi ab r h bi ) and will join Friday's eight raarre74 ?t 5' g 1 8 fF'oevIrc'3Cb 0 ili so 1 2 i 20 Yanks 2-1 qualifirs in the starting line-up wk o j( 5 r 4 at 1 pm EST Sunday d If 5 20 31 10 YCsotgTo'Isakrio Vt 5t ? 1 g Valentine If 0 0 0 0 Ttabull cf 1 0 0 0 ar I NIol'o' ?)? 1 1 ? 1!)1:ilelebr ct 1 (?) 7 gl Casanova c 4 0 1 0 GSmith 2b 4 0 1 1 Also qualifying Saturday was NEW YORK (AP) — Lee Elia I AJ Foyt of Houston Tex re- Brinkmn ss 3 0 1 1 Ryan c 3 0 0 0 and Ken Berry homered against covering from burns suffered in la snmnahn P ? 8 1 i!) iragonn DP 1 g g g the left field foul pole as the 9 a crash at Milwaukee Wis 1(initlicrprii° D 8 8 8 8 G4ho oh 8 8 8 Chicago White Sox defeated (7‘'neerlo ne or g o t)sg Foyt who drove his rear-engine iNew York 2-1 Saturday behind :Ford to a qualifying time of Total 37 4 13 4 Total 33 1 73 the combined five-hit pitching of 165694 mph will be starting ' Boston a it 1 El t 0 n ono 200 101— (:1 4 0001 110 030-3 Gary Peters and Bob Locker I op 80on 1 L OR -Wahincitn 13 Elia broke up a scoreless ' in the seventh spot Sunday Boston 4 2B -Casanova K trkland 1 I ! Nlissing from this year's line- t("'N'Vr1BV1aPnetr"elli 2 "2 Lock game in the fifth with his homer Ford to a qualifying time of 165694 mph will be starting in the seventh spot Sunday Nlissing from this year's lineup is last year's winner Johnny Rutherford v4ho is recovering from two broken arms suffered in an accident last April Rutherford won the first annual event which last year was a 250-miler with an average speed of 141728 mph Al&M to Mail Order Blanks COLLEGE STATION Tex (ti Some 57000 football ticket order blanks will be mailed out Monday by Texas Ant Business manager Pat Dial said the list includes 42000 former students and 9200 students and parents T-Car holders option holders and university faculty and employes will receive the other order blanks DETROIT WINS 1-0 Tigers Nip Twins on Ka line's Blast DETROIT (AP) — Al Ka line bit a two-out home run in the eighth inning Saturday lifting Detroit to a 10 victory over Minnesota I — Ka line's blow into the upper right field seats broke up the scoreless battle that saw both starters Detroit's Denny Mc- Lain and Jim Grant of Min- nesota leave in the seventh inning Garry Roggenburk replaced Grant with the bases loaded and one out in the Tigers' seventh He got pinch hitter Mickey Stanley on a fly ball and Dick McAulliffe on a grounder Roggenburk also got the first' two outs in the eighth but Ka-line came through with his 12th homer McLain left for a pinch hitter in the seventh and Larry Sherry finished up gaining his fifth victory against no defeats The Twins loaded the bases with two out in the top of the ' seventh but Ted Uhlaender flied out MINNESOTA DETROIT ab r h bi ab r h bi Ithlaendr et 4 0 0 0 MAulitte ss 4 0 2 0 Versalles ss 4 0 1 0 Wood 2b 3 0 0 0 Oliva rt 4 0 1 0 Cash lb 4 0 0 0 Thall It 4 0 0 0 Kaline et 4 1 1 1 Killebrew 3b 4 0 1 0 Northrup rt 4 0 1 0 Mincher lb 4 0 0 0 WHorton It 3 0 1 0 Battey e 4 0 2 0 Freehan c 3 0 1 0 Toyar 2b 4 0 1 0 Wert 3b 1000 Grant o 20 1 0 McLain o 2000 Rodoenbk o 0000 GBrown Ph 0000 Stanley ph 1000 Sherry p 0000 T-ital 34 0 7 0 Total 29 1 6 I Minnesota 000 000 000-0 Detroit coo 000 01x-1 I LOB—Minnesota 8 Detroit 7 2B— I W Horton Grant HR—Kaline tin S— AI WOO - Seals out heat noise dirt and smoke for cool carefree driving all summer long Twin squirrel blowers for fast circulation Electric clutch cuts gas consumption Dual thermostatic controls adjust at a touch New slim line design Only 15" long 514" high 11" deep S0111 Arto Prom Sminnry Southi 115 W SEMINARY DR WA 6-6881 °Pon Mon & Fri Untoi 9 p m f 'Special' Night To Greet Spurs Homecoming The fifth annual Dub Shaw Night an occasion that probably will put the largest - : : crowd of the ettoNS year in Turn- 's - ' :''t: pike Stadium 1 1 is scheduled rld for Tuesday 1 when the c 4i y Spurs Open a A t — 7 1 s i x - night 1 z seven - game ' home stand l The Arkan- k l'ik'''''l sas Travellers are the oppoJi 4-A:- nents for the kS'-'?: first three wiLLAm games and on ECKERT Friday El Paso will open a four-game stand at Turnpike with a doubt header William William D Eckert commissioner of baseball will be at the Tuesday and Wednesday night games Saturday night there will be an early July 4 fireworks di-play upon upon conclusion of the game Friday's doubleheader will start at 6 pm all other games at 7:30 pm osman IP H P ER BR So off starter Mel Stottlemyre 04-27 and B 5 Humphrevs 2 ! 0 M ! 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