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12- Thurs., April 9, 1964 Redlands Daily Pacts Steve Harper hurls Oxy to win over Bulldogs With unbeaten Steve Harper doing the twirling Occidental 11- gers blanked the University of Redlands Bulldogs 2-0 yesterday on the Eagle Rock diamond. U was Oxy's sixth straight win in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference action while the Bulldogs suffered their second loss against] one win. \JR hurler Jim Hogan threw a strong five hitter in de-' [feat He gave up only two walks and struck out 11 of the Tigers. While the Bulldog pitching was strong the batters managed seven hits but couldn't drive a run across. Two throwing errors led to the Oxy win over coach Paul Taylor's UR nine. Saturday the UR %vill host Cal Tech in a double header at 1 p.m. on the Bulldog diamond. Derek Shelton was the leading batter against Oxy with a dou ble and a single. Rcdiandt AB R Wagner 2b .... 3 -0 Hart U 3 0 Dickey rf .... 4 0 Shelton cf .... 4 0 Moore c .... 4 0 Cortez 3b .... 3 0 Acres ss .... 4 0 Townsend lb .. .... 3 0 a-Beck .... 1 0 Hogan p .... 3 0 b-Wright .... 1 0 Tofalf ....... ....33 0 Wilt scores 36 but much help from Thurmond H ST. LOUIS (UPI) — \m Chamberlain scored 36 points but San Francisco Coach Alex Hannum gave a large share of credit to rookie Nate Thurmond for boostmg the Warriors to a 111-109 victory over St. Louis Wednesday night Thurmond scored 17 points and had 15 rebounds. "Thurmond was the difference," Hannum said. "How? In every way — in reboundmg, offense, defense — we had to have it from him. Have you ever seen such a gutsy performance?" Hawk Coach Harty GallaBn laid, "It wasn't just one player who beat us but you've got to give Thurmond credit because be got so many balls off the offensive boards." The Warriors' win evened the bcst-of-seven series and, more important, gave the home-court advantage back to San Francisco which hosts the Hawks in the fifth game Friday night ^nie sixth game will be in St Loois Sunday. In the Eastern Division play­ offs, the Boston C e 11 i c s will make their second try at dosing the series victoriously over the Cincmnati Royals tonight in Boston. The Celtics raced to a 3-0 lead in the series but failed to sweep the fourth game Wednesday^ thanks to Jerry Lucas' all - around play. The Royals won 102-93 in the fourth game but center Bill Russell had a very cold night from the field, hitting only one of 12 shots. Lucas, meanwhile, matched Russell on the boards with 25 rebounds to Russell's 24. Oscar Robertson scored 33 pomts and Jack Twyman hit for 31 in Wednesday's game. The Celtics will be aiming for their eighth straight Eastern Division title tonight The Hawks rallied from seven and nine point deficits late in the fourth quarter and both teams fouled the other in tentionally in order to restricl their opponent to free shots. The Warriors led 111-109 as the Hawks failed on three field goal attempts in the last nine seconds. Giants tiy to get back on win trail MODESTO, Calif. (UPD-Ihe San Francisco Giants try to get back on the win trail against Cleveland of the American League in exhibition action here today. After mauling the Tribe nine times in a row in Arizona, San Francisco Wednesday took a 14-4 pasting from the Indians in a game at Fresno that was a disaster for the Giants from start to finish. Fresno has a San Francisco farm club in the Caliiomia League and the town is loaded with ardent Giant supporters, 4.4U of whom bulged the ball park. Their loyalty was severely tested as Max Alvis, Leon Wagner and Johnny Romano got homers and the Indians totaled 33 hits. Billy O'Dell and Bob Shaw, two of the Giants' front- Une hurlers, were on the rc- ceitnng eid of the battering. More grief for the Giants occurred when Willie Mays was hit on the wrist during a pick- off attempt in Uie first He left the game in the first inning for ice-pack treatment Mays was expected to be Ijack in action in a day or two, but the Giant management may never recover from its momentof terror when their meal ticket got nicked. The Giant infield contributed Redlands lawn bowlers defeat Pomona visitors Redlands Lawn Bowlers won over visiting Pomona yesterday by a total plus score of 23 points on the greens in Sylvan Park. A total of 50 members of the Pomona club made the trip and there were 25 triple 14 end games played during the morning and afternoon. The guests were welcomed by William T. Hartzell, city councilman. Ray Canterbury, club president, asked those present to pay a few moments of silent tribute to the late General Douglas MacArthur. WHL standings (Ftnilt—Best of Stvcn) W t GF GA Los Angeles 10 3 1 San Francisco 0 113 Wednesday's Result Los Angeles 3 San Francisco 1 Thursday'* Schedule No game scheduled. four bobbles in another dismal show as Cleveland scored five unearned runs. The Giants did produce a few fireworks at the plate, where they picked up 13 hits — same total as the winners. Orlando Ccpcda banged a solo homer and a single, while Del Crandall added three hits and Jesus AIou two to the Giant atUck. Oxy AB R Thome 2b 4 0 Wheeler ss 4 1 Beacham lb 3 0 Kecler 3b 4 1 Ruffner c 2 0 JIabrey cf 3 0 Wanles rf 3 0 Paulsen If 3 0 Harper p 3 0 ToUls » 2 a—Grounded out for Townsend in 9th; b—Flied out for Hogan in 9th. Score by Innings: Redlands .. 000 000 OOO-O 7 Occidental . 010 000 Olx—2 5 Dodgers clash with collegians tonight in LA. LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The nation's professional baseball champions and collegiate cham pions clash tonight in Dodger Stadium. The World Champion Los Angeles Dodgers, 'returning from an unsensational exhibition season m Florida, will meet the NCAA champions of 1963, the University of Southern California Trojans, coached by Rod Dedeaux. The Dodgers split their squad Wednesday and lost miserably in both games. The Pittsburgh Pirates beat Uie Dodgers and pitcher Johnny Podres 11-1 at Fort Meyers, Fla. The PhUadelphia PhiUies pounded Pete Richert, Ron Per- ranoski and Larry Sherry for 13 hits and an 11-4 victory in Clearwater, Fla. The Pirates slugged three home runs off Johnny Podres in the first inning and got 9 of theu: 16 hits off ihs lefthander. Podres has been hit hard in the spring although the veteran hurler claims this is one of his better spring seasons as far as being in shape. Wally Moon and Dick Nen hit home runs for the Dodgers against Uie Phillies. Los Angeles left Florida with 9-12 exhibition record. Again!:t USC tonight, the Dodgers may use Bob Miller, Moeller and or Phil Ortega. Walt Peterson will start for the collegians. Catcher Johnny Roseboro. who ..as t>een recuperating from a knee injury in Los Angeles since mid-Marcb, may return to the action tonight in the prelude to Los Angeles Angel-Dodger series tlus weekend. Frank Howard win be in Uie starting lineup for the Dodgers tonight and appears to have whipped Jumself into playing condition quickly after getting a delayed start in spring training. Uie city Orange Belt golfers in big tourney Hie Orange Bdt Golfers of Redlands will bold their annual 36 bole sweeper tonmament on the greens of the Redlands Country Onb during the next two weekends. Starting times Saturday are as follows: 8 a.m. — H. Balke. M. Nadeau; J. Katzka and J. Clark. 8:08 — B. Vanyo, D. Cameron; T. Morrow, B. Claussen. 8:15 — P. Katzka, R. Mills; L. Palmer, B. Dubowik. 8:22 — G. Mead, K. Morse; B. Brooks, Jr. M. Phelps. 8:30 — C. Johnson, W. Bal mas. T. Alongi, D. SpruilL 8:33 — L. CoDahan, M. Scott, A. Eiehman, V. Gooddmg. 8:45 — V. Brooks, K. Conndl, A. Birkett, T. Linn. 8:52 — C. Douglas, H. McLennon, V. Figgins, M. Rennie. J a.m. — B. Cowie, B. Milton, W. Hebron, B. Herbold. 9:08 — D. Harmon, B. Smiderly, G. Dar- nail, B. Boberts. 9:15 — E. Quinn, C. Merchant, J. Grove, H. Stephens. Two foursomes will play on Sunday. At 8:15 — B. CarraUi- ers, L. Jones, D. Ross, J. Grove. 8:22 — B. DiUon, C. Pugh, S. Burnett, H. Stephens. OPEN WIDB-^o, Arnold Palmer isnt trying to snppress a yawn. He's nibbling his fingertips over the fact the golf season has picked up iull temfo and he hasn't won a tour* nament yet Hopeful Arnold gets lO-minute head start BRAKE SPECIAL $1995 INCLUDES: • Bended Dual-Friction Oversized Lining. • INSPECT — • Hoses • Anchors • Springs • Cylinders (wheel) • Utster Cylinder • Emergency Breke • Mike Drums for Out-of-Reund and Belling • Cam Grind New Lining to the Drums • Lubriplate All Working Parts • . Blc «i and Adjust System • Peck Front Wheel Bearings • Lifetime Cuarantee Against Defects • 20,000 Mile Wear Guarantee. 609 N. EUREKA Bottom cf Downtown Off Ramp PY 3-3277 READING TIRE and BRAKE For Safely Sake Scotty returns Sunday to Morrow Strip Scotty's Mufflers of San Ber nardino and John Bradley of Rialto shared the spotlight at last Sunday's open drag meet at Colton's Morrow Strip, which featured the season's largest field of dragsters. Charles Scott's swift dragster, which set an all-time Colton record last month made one run at 186 mph, with an elapsed time of 8.47 seconds, but didn't stick around for the elimi- naitons. Scotty, his dragster and, driver, Mike Snively, are expected back for, this Sunday's meet which gets under way at 9 a.m. and runs until the fop eliminator is run around 5 p.m. Bradley's Class AA Chrysler SEE & TRY RCA COLOR TELEVISION AvHierised RCA Saiea A Strife* SOSOraiqt PY 3-2743 By DAVID M. MOFFIT UPI Sports Writer AUGUSTA, Ga. (UPI)-Hopeful Arnold Palmer gets a 30 minutes head start on every- I)ody's favorite Jack Nicklaus today when the power boys take on the field in the opening round of the famed Masters golf tournament. Palmer, the three-time champion who is still looking for his first tournament victory of the year, tees off at noon with young Labron Harris Jr., the 1962 National Amateur cham pion. Nicklaus, the 24-year-old Co himbus, Ohio, bomber who seeks to become the first de- fendmg champion to put a pair of Masters victories back-to- back, tees off at 12:30 p.m. EST with Downing Gray, the man Harris beat l-np two years ago tor that amateur crown. Nicklaus Hits Longest Palmer and Nicklaus are both 3 to 1 choices but a run of heavy rain that has left the Augusta National course soggy is expected to be advantageous to Nicklaus because he hits the longest, highest drives of any of Uie 96 starters in Uiis 27Ui Masters. The weatherman was predict-i ing all systems "go" with clear, mild weather expected after torrential rains washed out two of Uie last ttiree days of practice. Most of Uie golfers were able to try out the tricky, 6,980-yard course only on Tuesday. Nicklaus went into today's opening round full of confidence. "I feel I have been playing much better up to tiiis point this year than I was leading into last year's Masters." Palmer's hopes for becoming the first fbur-Ume winner (he took Uic Masters in '58, '60 and '62) are based on improved putting. "My trouble so far this year has been chiefly putting," Pal- fuel dragster bagged top eliminator by a narrow margin over Ralph Knight of Pomona, after a wheel-to-wheel dueL Bradley was timed at 166.89 mph with an E T 0 f 9.71 seconds. Gordon Palomino of San Bernardino's Shifters Club took the little elinunator bond at U8.31 and 12.36 in his A-A Chevrolet, while street eliminator went to Wayne Bice of Costa Mesa, at 97.89 and 14.51> his 19664 Plymouth. Stan Lucas of Artesia brought gasps from the crowd when liis B fuel dragster went "over Uie hill" into Uie san dunes, when his chute failed to open. The only damage suffered was to his ego. SELL IT TOMORROW Wtii low • cost Classified Ads J.C. Agajanian presents SO-UP USAC MIDGET CHAMPIONSHIP sun, April 12-2:30 PJL NEWUdLPmiHiKiKdtnck ORMIGESHOWSTADHIN SAN BERNARDINO mer said. "I've had a bunch of three-putt greens. I've had the yips and couldn't concentrate. But now I feel I can master Uiose putts." Furgol Disagrees Although most favor the power hitters for the tournament, former U.S. Open champion Ed Furgol casts a dissenting vote. "No man living has a lock on any golf tournament today,' Furgol said, noting that there have been 16 different winners in the last IS outings. "Nicklaus and Palmer have to control their motions as much as Uie most lighUy regarded entrant in the field," Furgol added. "It's Uie good putter who will win, no matter what they say." Jimmy Demaret, a three-time Masters champion, agreed with FurgoL "They keep talking abonti Nicklaus and Palmer dominating the field, but they have only won one tournament between them this year. How can you call that dominating?" This year's field of 96 Includes 56 U.S. pros, 14 U.S. amateurs and 26 foreigners. After 18 hole rounds today and Friday, Uie field will be sliced to the low 40 scorers and Ues plus any others within 10 strokes of the leader for the fi-| nal two rounds Saturday and Sunday. Olson challenges winner in fight Friday night NEW ORLEANS (DPI)-Carl (Bobo) Olson, here to challenge the winner, calls Friday night's WUlie Pastrano — Gregoria Pe- ralte light heavyweight tiUe match "the perfect fii^t" I've been a professional boxer nearly 19 years," explained former middleweight champion Olson of San Francisco today. "And rve never heard of a better match than this one.' Bobo explained that when Pastrano cUmbs into the ring Friday night at Uie New Orleans Municipal Auditorium, it will mark the return of 28-year okl wnUe to his home town for his first defense of the world light heavyweight (175-pound) crown. • And Pastrano will be making his first defense against hand some but dangerous Peralta of Argentina, 28, who won a lop sided decision over VWit in their non-tiUe 10-round bout at Miami Beach last Sept. 20. That was when Gregorio made his United SUtes debut. But Peralta, heavyweight champion of South America, weighed 183V& pounds Uiat September night in Florida whereas Friday he is limited to 175 pounds. "Because of Peralta's weight-^ maldng and because he is fight ing 15 rounds for the first time hi bis life," explahed Olson, "I must lean toward Pastranq In Uiis fight, alUiough it's almost a toss-up." Little League teams announced in Yucaipa Selection of personnel of the six major league teams in the Yucaipa Rotary-Kiwanis Little League has been completed and personnel for the six minor league teams are now being chosen by the managers under Uie supervision of WiUie WU- son, vice president of the league. Managers will meet Saturday morning at 10 a.m. at the Rec reation district office on Seventh street for the distribution bats, balls, catchers gear and| other equipment. The league has gone to the expense of purchasing equipment so that each of the six teams will be equipped in new uniforms. Major league managers are arranguig for early meetmgs with their players and the players' parents so that everything will be in readmess for the start of practice April 15. CoL Joseph Parilla, manager of the Dodgers, has called a meeting of his players and their parents for 10 a.m. Saturday at Uie Calimesa SchooL One change has been made in management, Moe Pool, a nunor league manager, has stepped up to the majors to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Roy Hutchinson, who is being transferred from Yucaipa. LitUe League breakfast plans have been completed with the announcement by President Stuart Ramsay that "FUpping Jerry Cox would be on hand to toss the pancakes. The break fast will be heM in the high school cafeteria from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 18. As usual the price will be SO cents and tickets can be obtained from players, managers and league officials as well as at the door. Most of the ma terial is donated through the Food Fair Markets, through the courtesy of Frank Hughes. Milk is being donated by the Crafton DauTT and the eggs by the McAnnally Ranch and Colonel Parilla. The personnel of the teams follow; Angels, Food Fair Markets, sponsor; Ken Miller, manager; Charles Humphries, coach; holdovers, Don Clotfelter, Don Crouch, Richard Cromer, Clay Humphries, Ted Miller, James Woodrow and Paul Vdlquette; new players, Gary Baxter, Bruce Bunn, Ter- |ry Herbert," Steven Mierzwick, [John Reisde, Hayden Swett and John Winningham. Cards, Dean Si Gunn Roofing, sponsor; Bob Bicketts, manager, Lynn Hammock, coach; holdovers Alfred Andrade, Gary Hignight, Keimeth Hammock, Jeffrey Laffey, Paul Ricketts, Johnny Sims, Richard and Steven Smith. New, Robert Downing, Douglas King, Leon McDermott, Rusty Kainey, Dennis Sims, Les Snyder and Allen WardeU. Chibs, Regal Pet Shops, sponsor; Harlan Aldrich, manager; holdovers, Donald Bierma, Gary Cassara, Gary Franklin, Danny Glover, John Jure, Jim Manna; new players, Leo Adamski, Harlan Aldrich, Lyman Hows,-Terry Honyndyke, Bill Murray, Mike Rondini, Michael Saunders, Wesley UU- man and Derek Cayzer. Dodgers, Milt's Body Works, sponsor; Col. Joseph Parilla, manager; Alvin Poss, coach; holdovers, Reid Gusafssom, Billy Eddings, Raymond Kemp, Steven Cole, Mike Dean, David Dushning; new players David Brewer, Darrell Nace, Pat Simonsen, Randall Magnan, Gary Ostdick, Steven and Kenneth Stonecipher, Leif Erickson, and Peter Guyer. Rockets, Tri-City Concrete, sponsor; Joe Faye, manager; Bill Bravin, coach; holdovers Bill Nrandstetter. Gregory Faye, Allen Nacke, Rickey Preston, Robert Thornton; ne* players, Nick Bauman, John Beigner, Thomas Dowd, Nichol- Feiraer, Guy Stevens, Don Ihderwiesche, Gary Jones, Mike Lovelace, Ronald Vander- goot and Pat Williams. 7-Uppers, 7-Up Bottlmg Co., sponsor; Moe Pool, manager; Gary Markeley, coach; holdovers, Richard Anderson Thomas Addy, William Ingram, Rick Lammers, Carlos Rodriguez, Michael Tate and Richard Waller; nevr players, Randall Johnson, Michael McDonald, James Morefield, Steven and Richard PooL Charles RaUi- bone and Louis Rodriguez. TREASURE HOUSE Your mnised fumltore or appliances win find a ready market throotfi Clastified Ads, White Sox quff camp to return home to CAicogo At Empire Bowl: Empire Leer^e High Game — Jim Holden 234, Lucy Koopman 215, Series — Al Bento 610, Lucy Koopman 524. 200 (Hub — Jim Holden 234, Lucy Koopman 215, Doris Calkins 202, Don Warren 204, Al Bento 228, Huckaby 230, Dutch Kutcher 202, Archie Silverman 212, Bob Lawrence 200, Bill Lutes 206, Hazel Parker 202. Standings: Bedlands Three Mh Car Wash 5SV^-34Vi, Gain Men Shop 53-37, First American tiUe 52-38, Emmerson 4842, Richies Steak House 47)6-42Vi, The Pantry 46H-43V4, Dutch Girl 4414-45V5, Pinkys 44VS-45V4, Sorenson Eng. 42-48, Ronda Sussex 38-52, Jims Chevron 37H,-52H,Huiskens 31-59. Wednesday Ladies HaMllcsp 'High Game — Norine Van Zeyl 212, Series — Bea Mulder 530. Standings: Garvey Motors 73 47, Ells BeUes 72-48, Sally Shops 68VS-51W, Harolds Shoes 68H.51Vi, JoNanns 63^-56V <i, Wayne (kissett Ford 60-60, The Sleepers 59V4-60%, A and P Auto Farts S5H-64Vi, The Red Bam 48-72, Gay 90's 31Vi-88t4. Wendesday Nitters Mixed Four High Game — Hassle Hensley 223, Lola Clearer 194, Series — Hassle Hensley 576, Peggy Tate 514. 200 Oub — Del Fandrich 200, Bud Jensen 216, (korge Qoud 201, Ray Pirrung 213, Len Robbins 210, Harry Tate 202, Hassle Hensley 223. Standmgs: Babcock Const 5535, Sedgwick Amegard 54- 35V5, CWT Rec. Chib 52-38, Jacinto and Son 50V&-39H, Farmers Ins. 4&M, Save U More 4S>A-*VA, Nance Engineers ii\i-4SV,, Corrigan Chevron 43-i 47, The Foursome 42-48, Duper run Sprinklers SSHSOH. Bills Douglas 3VA-S2M, Fisbermans Retreat 30-80. FerMler Mixed High Game Nblaa Bolyarde 207, Pearl Van Zanten 212, Series — Paul Bendemire 543, Pearl Van. Zanten 538. 200 Chib — Nolan Bolyarde 207, Pearl Van Zanten 212, Mary Meleher 210, Bob Compton 203. Standiags: Bobms Hoods WA-tm, Swing A Longs 63-49, Toppers emsoa. Hill Benders 51V4-50V4, Wistful Four 56-56, We Four 54H-5716, Stow Starters 52-80, Four Restors 51-61, Hootenannies 50-62, Four Fin Ceones 4S-66. Yvcalpa Women* Club High Game and Series — Pat Bnyak 214, 553. Standings: Save U More Stations 53;i-27H, Hals Gals 5229, Kivett Real EsUte sm -2S<A, Llama Turkey Ranch 49-32, Kerns Market 47-34, (>>rinnes Smart Sboppe 45-3$, Huffman •nie Co.- 42V3-3SH, Oak Glenn Eggs 42-39, Jims Barber Shop 41-40, Calimesa Builders 37-44, Rowells 3546, La Petite 34V^- 46%, Mikes Barber Shop 34-47, Chemical Exhaust 33V4-47V4, Morbitzers B6Q 27Vi-53Vi, Nash Cneantfs 23-58. At Tri City Bowl: Wednesday Scratch Trie High Game — B. Peters 233, Series — B. Woods 624. 200 Chib — B. Peters 233, J. CUeman 225, A. .AQison 209, B. White 221, B. Woods 223, H. Sanders 204. Standings: A and F Anto Parts 35-21, Mikes Barber Shop 33-23, Woods Bental TSV,- TtfA, Three Aces 2S^, Team Four 24«, Team Two 20V4-3514.. By SANDY PAOWE UPI Sports Writer The Chicago White Sox broke camp Wednesday and the happiest person aboard the northbound train was Minnie Minoso, who was heading "home' again. The all - time White Sox favorite was signed Wednesday by General Manager Ed Short just two years after Chi cago had traded him to St. Louis for Joe Cunningham. But at age 40, Minoso still had enough left to scratch his way back, even though a series of injuries at St. Louis and Washington threatened his colorful career. I'm back home again. I never expected it It's like a dream," Minoso said as a wide grin crossed his face. "Legs fine, I feel I can still do it." UHIity Duty Short said that Minoso, a free agent this spring, would be used as a spare outfielder and a pinch - hitter. "If he has one more year left, he's more likely to have it in Chicago," Short said. Minoso's signing was about the biggest news from Grape fruit and Cactus land Wednesday although the Cleveland Indians might tend to disagree. The Indians hit Uiree home runs in Fresno, Calif., off Billy O'Dell to beat Uie San Francisco Giants, 14-4, for the first time in 10 games this spring. Max Alvis and Leon' Wagner liit two - run homers for Cleveland and Johnny' Romano added a solo shot Orlando Cepeda homered for San Francisco. Cubs Nip Red Sox A smgle by Dick Bertell gave tte Chicago Cubs a 7-6, UUi- inning victory over the Boston Red Sox. Ed Bressoud, Frank Malzone and Lu Clinton hit .home runs for the Red Sox while Andre Rodgers and Ernie Banks connected for the Cubs. The St. Louis Cardinals de- Ifeated Uie New York Yankees in SL Petersburg, Fla., when Julian Javier Uned a two- run homer off rookie relief pitcher Pete Mikkelsen in the eighth inning. - The Los Angeles Dodgers split their squad in two Wednesday and wound up losing both games. One team tost to Pittsburgh, 11-1, while the other lost to Philadelphia, 11-4.' Home runs by rookies Alex Johnson and Richie -Allen accounted for five of the Phillies' runs. Dick Schofield. Roberto aemente and Willie Stargell hit home runs for the Pirates in the other contest Mets Hang On The New York Mets built up an early 9-0 lead and Uien in typical fashion had to struggle for an 11-9 victory over the Kansas City A's. The Mets had 15 bits, vdth Ron Hunt and Ed Kranepool collecting three each. Catcher Bill Bryan had four of Kansas City's 16 safeties. Pinch - hitter John Goryl hit a two - run homer in the bottom of the ninth, and gave the Minnesota Twins a 5-4 victory over the Houston Colts. Home runs by Rnss Snyder, Luis Aparicio and John Powell helped the Baltimore Orioles defeat the Cmcumatt Beds, 8-1. Milwaukee's Hank Fischer went nine innings and threw a five - hitter as the Milwaukee Braves defeated the Washington Senators, 5-2, in a night game at West Palm Beach, FU. Claude Osteen was the tosing pitcher, allowing all five runs. + Training camp briefs + SARASOTA, Fla. (UPI)—The spare outfielder and pinch hit- Chicago White Sox made three more roster cuts Wednesday and at the same time signed Minnie Jlinoso to a 1964 contract General Manager Ed Short announced that .the 40-year-old Minoso, who has been in here in spring training as a free agent, had made the chjb as a NBA Sfondings Playoff Standins Eastern Division Finals (Best of Seven) W. L. Pet. Boston 3 1 .750 Cincinnati 1 3 .250 Western Division Finals (Best of Seven) W. L. Pet. St Louis 2 2, .500 San Francisco 2 2 .500 Wednesday's ResuHs San Fransisco ill St Louis 109 TiMrsday's Games Cincinnati at Boston ter. Latest to go m the roster cuts were pitchers Tom Hoagland and Bob Guzek, both first year men, and Gary Mykkanen, an 18-year old catcher in last I )e- cember's first-year draft and who had previously been the property of the New York Mets. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (UPI)—Julian Javier's two-run homer off rookie relief pitcher Pete Mikklessen in the eighth inning Wednesday earned th St Louis Cardinals a 54 victory ovr the New York Yankees. Javier's blast proved timely since the Yankees rallied for three runs in their hi*^^ of the eighUi inning at the expense of Bobby Shantz. FORT LAUDERDALE. Fla. (UPI)-The New York Yankees trimmed their roster to 2S players Wednesday by sending three men to minor league farm dobs.

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