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ion 7-1 Smith Scatters Seven Hits As Locals Keep Up Hot Pace Pitching continued to stand out for the Galesburg American Legion but got a big assist from the hitting department Friday night at H. T. Custer Park. Lefty Van Smith scattered seven hits as the local club pounded out nine hits and romped to a 7-1 victory over Canton. The lone run scored by Canton last night came as the result of an error and it marked the seventh straight game that Galesburg moundsmen have not allowed an earned run. It was also the 1.7th win against eight losses fo'r Manager Sam Andree's charfees. The Galesburg Legion plays the Connie Mack All-Stars, weather permitting, tonight at H. T. Custer in a game slated for 7:3*. Bob , Darrah is scheduled to start for the legion, while Don Lance of Monmouth will get the call for the stars. While allowing the visitors seven hits last night, Smith set 12 down via the strike out route and issued only two bases on balls. He also aided his own cause with a hit and an RBI. Mike Davis had a perfect night with three for three for the locals, including a double, and first baseman Carl Swanson hammered out a home run and single in three tries. Swanson also drove home two runs. Other extra base hits were produced by Frank Dexter, who tripled and Donny Sundquist, who doubled. Sundquist also came up with the fielding gem of the night with a diving catch in left field. CANTON ib t h Lcitze Smith Phillips Burgard Crick Myers White Hook Kobel Brown 3 0 2 3 -0 0 3 0 0 4 0 '2 2 0 1 2 0 1 3 0 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 GALESBURG ab r h Prina Sundquist Rodgers Swanson Davis Stewart, Dexter Conner Smith Stone Totals 25 1 71 WP—Smith. LP—Kobel. Score by innings: Canton 000 Galesburg • 032 4 0 0 3 0 1 3 11 3 2 2 3 2 3 2 0 0 3 1 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 26 7 fl 001 0—1 002 x—7 JG Tourney Postponed Heavy rains forced postponements of the Jaycec Benefit golf tournament scheduled for this weekend at Bunker Links, it was announced this morning by one of the tournament co-chairmen, Skip Stein. The tournament has been rescheduled for July 27 and 20, Stein said. Scrappers Game Is Postponed Rain forced the postponement of Galesburg Bill's Scrappers girls softball game today at the Dwight Reformatory. The game was slated this afternoon. Manag er Bill Costello of the Galesburg team received a phone call today at 8 a.m. stating that heavy rain fall was recorded in the Dwight area. Californiaii Has Big Lead ROCKFORD, III. (AP) - Ed Bourdase of Fresno, Calif., held a 49-pin lead after two rounds of qualifying competition in the $22, 000 Rockford Open of the Profes sionaJ Bowlers Association Fri day. Bourdase knocked down 2,631 pins in the first 12 games to 2,582 pins for Jim St. John of Chicago who climbed into second place. Another 12 games were scheduled today with the 16 low scorers moving into match play competition Sunday for the top prize of $3,000. Candy Spots Has Chance For Revenge CHICAGO (UPD-Candy Spots, beaten only three times in his 11-racc career, gets a chance for revenge against onp of his con- i querors if) the $100,000 added American Derby today, and he needs a win to remain in contention for three-year-old honors. Candy Spots, owned by Rex C. Ellsworth of California, has lost only in the Kentucky Derby, to Chateaugay and Never Bend, in the Belmont, to Chateaugay, and in the Chicagoan, to Elmendorf Farm's B. Major, in his two years of competition. Today he will run against B. Major and four other challengers in the mile and one quarter stake for three-year-olds, carrying top weight of 126 pounds with jockey Willie Shoemaker, his rider in every start so-far, abroad. B. Major, winner bv a neck in the mile and an eighth Chicagoan when he carried 117 pounds, will tote 123 pounds for this outing with jockey Ray Broussard up. Other challengers were William Miller's Crowdus and Fred W. Hooper's Sky Gem, both With 114 pounds, and Theodore D. Buhl's Lemon Twist and River Divide Farm's Cosmic Tip, each with 117 pounds. Galesburg,Regisrer-MoilGoIgsbu r§, III, , Sqtufday, JyjyJ 3, .1 963L A3. 700 Fans Attend Little League All-Star Games; N.L. Teams Capture Wins McGrif f and Triplett Swing Dodger Southpaw Just Aims For Goal of 20 Victories NEW YORK (AP)-"The only figure I'm aiming at is 20," Sandy Koufax said ,today, "and as for shutouts, I never think about them. My only thought is to go into the ninth inning with as big a lead as possible and the best way to do that is to give up as few runs as possible." Koufax, 27-year'old left-hander of the Los Angeles Dodgers, was holding court after he blanked the New York Mets 6-0 with a three- hit, 13 -strikeout masterpiece at the Polo Grounds Friday night that: 1. Made him the majors' top winner with a 15-3 record. 2. Produced his third consecutive shutout and ninth of the season. 3. Reduced his earned run average to 1.64, best among the starting pitchers in baseball. 4. Boosted his major league- leading strikeout total to 163. 5. Stretched the Dodgers' winning streak to five and increased their National League lead to five games over the second plac San Francisco Giants, 7-5 losers at Philadelphia, Although he's halfway to becoming the first 30-game winner in the majors since Dizzy Dean did it 30 years ago, Koufax would have no part of such speculation. "I have no figure dancing in my head except 20," he said. "When you win 20 games.you're a top pitcher. Anything after that is so much gravy. AH I'm trying to do is win." Despite his emergence in the last three years as one of the pitching masters in basball, the Brooklyn-born Koufax never has won 20. He got to 18 in 1961. A year ago Friday night, he won his 14th game. Then, in the seventh inning of a budding shutout against the Mets, the index finger of his left hand became so numb he had to leave the game. H was out of action with the circulatory ailment two months, and never won another game. Without him the Dodgers blew a pennant they seemed to have locked up. DR. I, ERNJIEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT tiNSES iYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AWH GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 943-631? <" 347-3017 * 939 E Main HQUW 9 AM »»«'•**;- ftU*y« I AM. »P «-90 Wt4ft «t4tr'« TU Now. Featherweight King Puts Title On Line Tonight MEXICO CITY (UPI) -World featherweight champion Ultiminio (Sugar) Ramos puts his title on the line for the first time tonight against Rafiu King of Nigeria in a scheduled 15-round bout for which the champion is a strong favorite. The odds have fluctuated from 2 to 1 to 8 to 5 that Ramos, who gained a split decision over King in Paris last year, will polish off the Nigerian in less than the 15 scheduled rounds. Ramos, himself, is predicting he will win inside of eight rounds. Ramos won the title on March 11, 1963 when he stopped Davey Moore on a TKO in the 10th. Moore died shortly thereafter. It was Ramos' 25th knockout and it marked the second time that an opponent had lost his life in a fight with the adopted son of Mexico. On Nov. 8, 1958, before Ramos had formally become a pro, Jose Blanco died in Havana, Cuba, after an eight-round knockout by Sugar. Ramos is Cuban-born but fights out of Mexico these days, Baseball Pensions NEW YORK (UPI) - A 20- year veteran of major league baseball is eligible for the max- ium $550-a-month pension benefits at the age of 65. EAGLES STAG PICNIC SUNDAY, JULY 14 KNOXVILLE FAIRGROUNDS 10 A.M. 'TU ?? Graham to Work All-Stars Harfl CHICAGO (AP) - Head coach Otto Graham will put his College All-Stars through two-a-day drills beginning today for their Aug. 2 meeting against the Green Bay Packers, champions of the National Football League. Graham has less than three weeks to get the squad in shape for the heavily favored Packers. The Stars assembled Friday and Graham put them through a workout. TULIP TIME—Thco Mcssldor inhales the sweet smell of tulips at his farm near Amsterdam before leaving for New York. The champion trotter of The Netherlands will compete in the Roosevelt International for the world trotting title at Roosevelt Raceway, Westbury, N. Y., July 20. Church League Standings Boys Score In Jaycee Jamboree The annual Jaycee Jamboree for youths 10 to 15 years old was held Friday afternoon at Lombard Field with several boys qualifying for berths in the sectional meet at Pckin July 27. Those winning in the intermediate class were Frank Bloom in the 880-yard run, Marty DeWitt in the 50-yard dash, Doug Aliens- worth in the 100, Paul Henson in the 220, Terry Newburgh in the baseball throw and DeWitt in the broad jump. Henson, Allensworth, DeWitt and Pete Smith also made up the winning 440-yard relay team in the intermediate class. Jim Sundberg was the only qualifier in the midget division, winning the 50-yard dash and the baseball throw. Winners at the sectional meet Pekin will qualify for state 1st W ' L Methodist -- — I 2 Covenant — - — > % United Brethren B ^ Coldbrook s n 1st Lvitheran - —^ % 6 1st Presbyterian 3 4 Bethel Baptist 3 5 Trinity Lutheran 2 n Emmanuel Meth. l 7 Jaycecs 1 ' Firii Presbyterian ab r hi Ltndstrom 3 1 lJG.Way Peterson 3 DeWitt 1 Schrader 2 Steck 3 Peacock 3 Buncher '3 McCorn'k 3 Minteer 2 Johnson 1 Gorham 3 Callahan 3 0 11 J.Gardner 0 OlD.Mustain 0 HE.Way 0 01 Johnson 0 0| G.Gardner 0 llConard 0 II Hawkins 0 0| Brown 0 01 Davis 1 21 R.Mustain 1 II Coldbrook ab r h 4 3 2 4 0 3 4 2 2 4 0 2 3 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 0 3 2 2 0 0 0 3 1 1 34 8 15 Totals 30 3 81 Totals Score by innings: First Presbyterian 102 000 0 Coldbrook 101 402 x About 48 thousand U. S. air travelers used the Lisbon airport in 1962. Emmanuel Methodlii ab r h Disbennei 4 0 2 Mates 4 0 2 Johnson 3 0 1 D.Page 3 0 0 L.Page 3 0 1 Peterson 3 0 1 Hammond 3 0 0 Thoureen 3 11 Lannh'lm 10 0 Mis. Covenant ab r h H.N'ilson T.Hilgen'g Me.Nelson B.Hilgen'g C.Hawki'n K.Hawk'n Trulock Rosine Mi.Nelson Johnson Payton in 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 1 1 3 4 2 4 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 eliminations in Bloomington. The local program is under the direction of Bob Frank, Galesburg High School coach. Big Bats With 4-Base Knocks An estimated 700 fans turned out Friday night at O. N. Custer Park to watch Little League All-Star games with the National League teams winning both of the games. First division all-star teams battled it out in the nightcap With the National League club turning back the American Leaguers 7-2. Mike Duffy of the Cardinals was credited with the victory in the opening game while Jim Sundberg of the Yankees got the loss. Home runs were hit by Bruce McGriff of the Tigers and Ruben Triplett of the Cubs. Both of the games last night were extended beyond the usual six innings to eight innings. In the second game the National League led by only 3-1 at the end of six but scored four in the seventh while the A.L. picked up one run in the top of the eighth. In the game between the two second division teams the N.L. All-Stars scored a 5-2 triumph over the chosen American League players. John Stromson of the Dodgers was the winning pitcher while Steve Aldus of the White Sox was the loser. Games scheduled for tonight, weather permitting, are the Tigers and White Sox at 5:45 and the Cubs and Braves at 7:30. Totals 27 1 81 Totals 43 20 27 Score by innings: Emmanuel Methodist 000 010 0— 1 Mission Covenant ..320 644 x—20 Jaycees Stein Kirman Feather Enlow Sutor' Mercer Groves Ritz Moya Malono Mason ab r h 4 1 1 4 1 0 3 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 2 3 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 First Methodist ab r h Holmes 3 0 0 Sipple 3 0 1 Wethcrfrd 3 1 0 Carlson 3 2 2 R.Stinson 3 11 Cunning'm 2 0 2 Burguin 3 0 1 L.Stinson 3 0 0 Hunt 2 0 0 Lieber 2 0 0 Totals 27 4 7 Totals 33 3 7 Score by innings: Jaycees 102 000 0—3 First Methodist 010 003 x—4 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! They'll Do It Every Time ••flMtntJ U, S. FeltM Ofto By Jimmy Hatlo Major League Box Scores NIGHT GAME NEW YORK LOS ANGELES Kubck Rcdsn Tresli Peptnc Berra Blnchd Reed Lopez Boyer Terry Hmiltn Rcniff ab r h bi 5 0 0 0 4 110 3 110 4 0 10 3 12 3 3 0 0 0 0 10 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 1 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pearson Fregosi Wagner Thomas cPcrry Torres Moran Dees 11 K.Sdski aRSdski Navrro dFoiles McBrde Spring bKrkptk ab r h bl 3 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 1 1' 0 3 0 2 0 0 10 0 3 0 15 4 10 0 4 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Totals 32 4 7 41 Totals 38 3 8 2 a—singled for E. Sadowski in 8th; b—field out for Spring in 8th; c —walked for Thomas in 9th; d— grounded out for Navarro in 0th. New York _ 000 003 001—4 Los Angeles - 000 100 002—3 E—Kubek, Trcsh. PO-A — New York 27-14, Los Angeles 27-9. DP— Boyer, Richardson and Pepjtone; Torres, Moran and Decs; Pcpitone, Kubek and Pcpitone LOB—New York (i, Los Angeles 6. 2B—Dees. HR—Berra. SB—Reed S—Hamilton. r er bbso 10 16 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 1 3 3 3 6 0 0 0 0 1_1 J __l U—DiMuro, Carrigan, Flaherty, Hurley. T—2:35. A--44,364. NIGHT GAME DETROIT CHICAGO IP Terry W 9-9 7' 3 Hamilton = ,3 Reniff - 1 McBride L 9-7 7 1 b Spring Navarro 1 h 7 0 1 6 0 1 ab r h bi I Wood 6 2 2 11 Landis MA'lfe 3 1 0 01 Weis Wert 1 0 0 01 Ward Kaline 6 1 2 1 Hshbrgr Clvito 6 2 4 o'Nichlsn Philips 5 0 1 2bRbinsn Thmas 4 0 0 0! Hansen Fox p 10 0 OlMcCraw eCash 0 0 0 OiC 'jicon (Smith 0 0 0 01 Martin ab r h bl 3 2 11 6 12 0 5 112 6 111 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 6 1 3 2 5 0 0 0 3 0 10 2 0 0 0 Frhan 6 1 3 SIPiznrrn 2 0 0 0 Trndos fi 0 0 OlWilhlm 2 0 0 0 Mossi 10 0 OlcMxwl! 0 0 0 0 aBrutn 2 0 1 0|dPcters 0 0 0 0 I Brsnan 0 0 o 0 Totals 47 7 13 71 Totals 46 6 10 6 a—singled for Mossi in 8th; b— struck out for Nicholson in 8th; c—walked for Wilhelm in 11th; d —ran for Maxwell in 11th; e— walked for Fox in 12th; f—ran for Cash in 12th. Detroit 200 021 100 001—7 Chicago 400 010 100 000—6 E—Phillips. PO-A—Detroit 36-15, Chicago 36-14. DP — McAuliffe, Wood and Freehan Brosnan, Weis and McCraw. LOB—Detroit 10, Chicapo 9. 2B—Weis, Wood, Colavito. HR—Wood, Hansen, • Ward, Freehan, Landis. SB—Bruton. SF— Phillips. _ ip h Mossi 7 Fox W 4-4 4 Smith 1 Pizarro _4^:i Wilhelm _6», :l Brosnan L 2-5 ...1 r er bb so 6 6 2 8 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 4 4 3 2 2 0 8 1110 HBP—By Mossi Wa'U U—Haller, Paparclla, Honochick, Smith. T— 3:43. A-25,407. CHICAGO ab r h bi Boros Lndrm Burton Willms Santo Banks Hubbs Brtell Rdgrs Buhl McDnel 1 0 Oi Rose 1 0 1 Harper 1 1iPnson 0 OiColemn 1 11 Edwrds 11 Rbinson 0! Neal 0I bSkinnr 11 Kasko 01 O'Toole 0 I aKough I Owens cWlters CINCINNATI ab r hbi 5 0 10 4 110 4 4 4 4 o 1 4 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 Totals 36 4 13 4! Totals 3G 112 0 a-Singled for O'Toole in 7th: b— Singled for Neal in 9tli: c—singled for Owens in 9th. Chicago __ 010 Oil HOI—4 Cincinnati _ 000 001 000 1 E—Rose. PO-A —Chicago 27-9, Cincinnati 27-8. DP—Hubbs and Banks; Hubbs, Rodgers and Banks. LOB—Chicago 10, Cincinnati 9. 2B—Burton, Edwards. 3B-—Rob­ inson. HR—Banks. SB — Landrum, Hubbs 2. S—Burton. SF—Rodgers. ip h r er bbso Buhl W 8-fi 72 ,i 10 1 1 1 6 McDaniel l'/b 2 0 0 0 2 O'Toole L 13 -7 ...7 10 3 3 1 3 Owens 2 3 112 2 WP—McDaniel, Owens. U—Forman, Gorman, Landes Sudol, T— 2:25. A—13,314. NIGHT MILWAUKEE ab r h bi I Maye 5 0 2 01 Javier Bollng 3 0 1 0 ] White Aaron 4 0 1 01 Groat Mthws 4 0 2 01 Musial Torre 4 0 1 0 | Boyer Oliver 3 2 1 1! Boyer McMlln 1 0 0 OlMeCrvr Mcnke 3 0 0 OIThaeker Crndll 1 0 0 OIKolb nJones 3 1111 Flood Clnger 1 0 0 0! Gibson Piche 1 0 0 OlSchultz bDillrd 10 11! Schndr 0 0 0 0: cLarkr 10 0 0 GAME ST. LOUIS ab r h bi 4 0 10 3 10 0 4 0 0 0 2 10 0 3 110 3 1 1 3 111 0 0 0 0 11 2 2 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 3 10 3: Totals 28 5 5 4 a—struck out for Crandall in 5th; b-doubled for Piche in 7th; c— struck out for Schneidei in 9th. Milwaukee 01C 000 101—3 St. Louis _ 104 000 OOx—5 E—Crandall. PO-A - Milwaukee 24-8, St. Louis 27-10. DP—Groat. Javier and White. LOB—Milwaukee 7, St. Louis 6. 2B—Boyer, Dillard. HR—Oliver, Kolb, Jones. SB—White, Boyer. McCarver, Javier. S—Flood. Souchak Is On Top in Tournament Knoxville Scores Win At Abingdon ABINGDON — Knoxville scored a 6-2 victory over Abingdon here Friday night in Connie Mack League play as John Nelson tossed up a four hitter. Nelson had things pretty much under control for the winners as he set,six down via the strike out route and gave up four bases on balls. His personal record is now two wins and three losses. Knoxville jumped out in front with three runs in the first two innings and was never in trouble after that. The winners added two in the fourth and one in the seventh. KNOXVILLE ABINGDON ab r hi JAlbright 1 0 1 Nelson 2 2 1 Tasker 110 DAlbright 4 0 0 Batell 4 1 1 Royse 2 0 0 Thompsn 2 1 1 Kenneth 1 0 0 Walker \2 1 1 Hopping 10 1 HuJick 2 0 0 Paulsgrve 2 0 0 Thompsn 2 0 0 Ustler 2 0 0 Hall Lewis Butler Edmonson Steele Rawlings Biro Havens Faye Wall Boaton Witfield Jones Totals ab r h 3 0. 1 4 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 25 2 4 HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (UPI) Mike Souchak and Rex Baxter, Jr. both fighting to shed miserable slumps, were 1-2 going into the third round of the $25,000 Hot Springs Open golf tournament today. Souchak, who has not won a tournament in more than two years" took the second round lead at 136 with a 5-under-par 67 Friday to go with his opening round 69. Baxter, who has never won in three years on the tour, had 66 for a two-day total of 137, Three strokes off the pace were Dutch Harrison, Dave Hill, Bob Goalby and Al Johnston, the defending champion. Harold Kneece, co-leader after the first round with Harrison, dropped to 140 along with Paul Bondeson, Tom Shaw and Jack McGowan. Those at 142 included former champion Bo Wininger, Canadian Open titlist Doug Ford, big George Bayer, Bob Nichols and Bruce Crampton. The cut at 147 caught Dow Finsterwald (148), Bob Rosburg (149) and Jacky Cupit (150). Souchak, in the worst slump of his 11-year career, was hitting everything well and regained his putting touch. He dropped a 25- foot, breaking, downhill putt on No. 7 and blasted out of the sand on No. 18 to within two feet of the pin for his two prettiest shots. Baxter, who was helped by eagles on Nos. 6 and 18, has been in a slump since May. He did not qualify for the U.S. Open and missed the money in the Thunderbird and the Cleveland Canadian Opens. He has won only $7,100. AMERICAN ab r h Totals 31 6 6 Score by innings: Knoxville 210 200 1—6 Abingdon - . 001 000'1—2 WP—John Nelson. LP—Butler. Doc Brown FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI) — Dr. Bobby Brown, former New York Yankee infielder and pinch- hitting star of the 1947 World Series, now is a heart specialist in Fort Worth. Eddie Sachs Wants to Try His Hand at Boat Racing »p Cloninger L 5-5 -.3 Picnic' 3 Schneider - 2 Gibson W 9-4 __7-'i Schultz 1> : , U-Walsh, Burkhait, T—2:28. A—16,832. h r er bbso 4 5 5 4 4 0 0 0 1 Z 10 0 11) 9 2 2 2 2 1 1 t 0 1 Pelekoudas. DETROIT (AP)-"Ori the very first lap I almost climbed out of the cockpit and said the hell with it. Then I got adjusted." Eddie Sachs, a veteran of driving racing cars at death-defving speeds but a novice at handling a boat, took his first rifle behind the wheel of an unlimited hydroplane Friday on the Detroit River. He liked it and plans to double up as a driver in lop powerboat races. "I'm very sincere about it," said Sachs, whose outspoken criticism of winner Parnelli Jones after this year's Indianapolis 500 provoked a fistfight between them. "I'm going boat racing." Sachs steered the 11,000-pound Such Crust at straightaway speeds approaching 140 miles per hour in his first trial as a driver on water. Afterwards, Jack Schafer, Such Crust's owner, said the Indianapolis veteran probably would pilot the big hydroplane in the Diamond Cup at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, July 27 and the Seattle Seafair two weeks later. "I don't know what to do there," said Sachs before hopping into Such Crust and heading for his spin accompanied by Leo Mucut- za, a veteran hydroplane driver and mechanic. "That's the toughest thing I've ever come up against," said Sachs after his boatride of several laps around the three-mile course C where the Gold Cup was held last Sunday. "I never dreamed it'd be this difficult as far as control is concerned. "It's really a daring business. Things all over this world are coming at you. You have to have a real good pair of hands and arms to do it. I've got to get these wrists toughened up." Sachs didn't touch Such Crust's gas pedal, letting Mucutza do it throughout the 30-minutc run. "He'll do it next time, he'll have full control," said Sachs' instructor. READ THE WANT ADS! McGriff Doyle Sundberg Luckett Brown Barnfield Voyles Hanson Horn Hawley Sink Poison Standard Lischcwe Shannon Zcfo Healey Swanson Totals NATIONAL ab t h 4 11 Coleman 2 0 0 3 0 1 Hick 1 0 0 4 11 MacLean 10 0 4 0 1 Barragan 4 0 0 2 0 0 Nichols 4 3 4 10 0 Triplett 2 11 2 0 0 Olmstead 1 1 0 10 0 Wilcox 10 0 10 0 Herrin 10 0 10 0 Cirimotich 2 0 0 2 0 1 ThrailkiU 10 1 1 0 0 Walters 10 0 10 0 Donaldson 2 0 0 10 0 Shay 0 1 0 0 0 0 Pottorf 1 o 1 0 0 0 Duffy 0 1 O 1 0 0 Stromberg 10 1 0 0 0 Garrett 10 0 29 2 51 Totals 26 7 8 Score by innings: American 100 000 01—2 National 000 111 4x—7 WP—Mike Duffy. LP—Jim Sundberg. NATIONAL AMERICAN ab r h ab r h Ryner 0 0 0 Shriber 3 0 1 Gttenbrg 2 0 0 England 1 0 0 Welty 3 0 2 Wilson 4 0 0 Mummy 1 0 0 Johnson 1 0 0 Fox 3 1 2 Hinkson 1 0 0 Hendrcks 4 0 0 Ehrnhardt 3 0 1 Goodin 0 0 0 Carr 4 0 0 Taylor 4 1 1 St. George 1 0 0 Malm rose 1 0 0 McLghlin 1 1 0 Nocella 2 1 0 Johnson 1 0 0 Patton 1 0 0 Nelson O 0 0 Hardine 2 0 1 Shragal O 0 0 Adams 1 0 O Galloway 2 1 0 Stromson 1 0 0 Webber 1 0 0 Blixt 2 2 21 Aldus 1 0 0 Shelton 1 0 01 Standly 1 0 0 Maciel 0 0 01 Levison 1 0 0 Milligan 1 0 1 Huss 1 0 0 Bick 1 0 01 Meyer 0 0 01 1 Totals 30 5 91 Totals 27 2 I Score by innings: National 001 002 02- -5 American 000 002 00—2 WP—John Stromson (Dodgers). LP—Steve Aldus (Red Sox). Archer Seeks 6th Straight Ring Victory NEW YORK (UPI) - Rangy, brown-haired Joey Archer of New York continues his campaign for an eventual shot at the middleweight crown tonight in a nationally televised fight with Farid Salim of Argentina. • Archer, 25, seeks his sixth straight victory nn their 10-rounder at Madison Square Garden. Ranked sixth among 160-pound contenders, Irish Joey hopes that an impressive victory over the 26-year-old Argentine medical student may boost him into consideration as a challenger. Joey is favored at 2-1 over slender, black-haired Farid of Salta, Argentina. Each has 35 victories but Salim is unranked because many of his opponents were comparatively unknowns. Also Salim suffered three defeats and was held to one draw in his 39 bouts. Archer had only one loss in his 36 fights. 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