6-Saturday, May 2, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Oxy cops SCIAC meet, U. R. wins eight events Sam Kirk clears IS 6.5 for new vault record By TAM IRVING Occidental College won the annual SCIAC track and field meet held at the Univei-sily of Redlands last night the Bulldogs placing second. Tfie Tigei-s rolled up 116 points with their depth. Redlands tallied 80, Whittier had 26, Clarcmont-Mudd 24, Pomona 5 and Cal Tech 4 in the vai-sity standings. BoUi' Oxy and coach Ted Runner's Bulldogs won eight events, but second through fiflli places .spelJcd doom for SCIAC champion Redlands. The conference championship was decided on dual meets earlier Uiis season. In tlie varsity division Redlands speedster Jack Vander- Knyff zipped to wins in the 220 and 440, anciiored the 440 relay team to victory and almost turned tlie trick in the anchor lap of the mile relay. VanderKnyff started 10-12 yards behind Oxy"s Ron Whitney, passed liim on the hack stretch, held a narrow- lead around the final curve but lost out at the tape to the Tiger by less than a yard. Van (IcrKnyff was caught by the watches at 4G.5 for the lap. Redlands win in the 440 relay in :41.7 established a rcc ord for the new event. "I think that all of our boys turned in a real fine job," coach Runner said after the meet. ".McCrackcn, Vander Knyff, the 440 relay. Kennedy, well they all did a great job" lie added. Cheer for Kirk A loud cheer went up from the crowd when the tJR"s pole vaulter Sam Kirk cleared the bar at 15-6'i; for a new meet and Bulldog record. Tlie old mark of 15-5^j was set by the late Bob Gutowski of Occidental in 1957. Dennis Kennedy who took second place in tlic mile run had the crowd up in the final lap of the two miler. Kennedy turned on the burners for the last 330 yards passing Bill An dcrson of O.vy and teammate Rich Goyette of Redlands to win moving away. Anderson passed Goyette to gain second in the final yards before the tape. Goyette led throughout most of the race. Frosh Occidental hit the top in the frosh division with 95',j points. Redlands was second with 79. Claremont-Mudd 20'i, Pomona and Cal Tech tied with 21',: and Whittier had 7. Bulldog freshman EUiott Mason clipped to a 48.1 time as he won the 440, turned in a winning 21.7 for the 220 and anchored both the 440 and mile relay teams to victory. Varsity Results High Jump — Steve Matson <0), Bill Edwards (R), Jim .Mccracken (R). Doug Gage (CT), Williams (CT). o -m. Shot Put — Lee Jolinson (R). Howard Elliott (0). Bill Nc- ville (0). Larry Jaro (W), Bruce Parrott (P). 57-4^4. Javelin — Steve Lincota (R). Dave Pena (W). Rich Engel (0), Paul Colin (C), Doug Aga- tcp (W), 19S-3. Discus — Bill Neville (0). Lee John.son (R!. Craig Van- Degrift (C). Howard Elliott (O). Al Sullivan (C). 177-7 men- meet record — old by McGarth a \y 1963 of 177-5.) Pole Vault — Sam Kirk (R). Mike Johnson (0), Mike Graves (O), Dave Hickson (O), Jim Spaulding (C). Pal Rogan (C). 15-6',i. (new meet record, old IS-S-li by Gutowski, Oxy 1957.) l^ng Jump — Rich Lazaro (0). Tony Albin (R). Rich Kemp (0), Paul Graham (W), Roger McCann (P). 22-ll',4. 440 Relay — Redlands (Albin, Beedy, Tomlin, VanderKnyff), 0.\y, Claremont-Mudd, Whittier, Cal Tech, 41.7 (meet rec ord, new event). -Mile — Gene Bruno (0), Jeff Neighbor (0), Dennis Ken nedy R), Bill Anderson (0), Don Power (W). 4:14.9. 440 Dash — Jack Vander Knyff (R), Ron Whitney (0), Rich McDowell (R), John Jekabson (0), John Secret (W), 47.3. 100 Dash — Bill LaRock (C), Chuck Kanoy (0), John Godfrey (W). Clark Bridgeman (0). Rich Lazaro (0), 9.7 (lies meet record set by Reinke of Pomona 1949, Alston of Oxy 1957 and 1958, Smith of Oxy 1960.) 120 High Hurdles — Jim Mc Crackcn (R), Ron Hahn (0), Don Main (0), Mike Schmit (0), Ted ChiswcU (C). 14.7. 880 Run—Dave Dunning (0). Steve W\-per (R), Newell Stevens (0), Mike Gilpin (C), Jcry Cleek (W), 1:53.7. 220 Dash — Jack Vander- Knvff (R), Jim Godfrey (W), Rich McDowell (R), Rider (W), Chuck Kanoy (0), 21.5 (ties meet record set by Hass of Occidental 1963). 330 Yard Hurdles — Ron Whitney (0), Vance Petersen (0), Ron Hahn (0), Mike Hal worth (R), Jim McCrackcn (R). 37.2. Two Mile — Dennis Kennedy (R), Bill Anderson (0). Rich Goyette (R), Joe O'Connor (0), Pollard (P), 9:37.4. -Alile Relay — Occidental. (Hahn, Neighbor. Jekabson, Whitney), Redlands. Whittier, Pomona, Claremont-Mudd. Triple Jump — Rich Lazaro (0), Bob Luke (C). Don Kemp (0). Tony Albin (R), Charles Cardwell (C), 46-10 (new meet record, old set by Lazro of Whittier at 44-10 in 1963.) DRIVING WIN - Speedy Jack VanderKnyff anchored the University of Redlands varsity 440 relay team to the win. Occidental's Chuck Kanoy, head down, was nipped by VanderKnyff. Both teams were timed in 41.7, meet records for the new event. Oxy won the annual meet with 116 points followed by Redlands with 80. VanderKnyff won the 220 in 21.5 to tie the record and came in first in the 40. He anchored the losing mile relay team turning in a tremendous 46.5 lap. Chaffey Tigers down Redlands Terriers 4-2 yfhoHasa BhfMaf MAY 3 — Henry K. Bjlfjes Bruce Carver Jack De Witt Edward Eaglen David C. Farner Rex Johnson Dean Jones Kevin Keith Ernest L. Kelly Arnold E. Nelson Frank Rosenbusch Glenn Shrive Garland D. Terry George Reece, Jr. Wayne Teeter Edward Foss MAY 4 Robert H. Anderson R. G. Amsinger Michael Kelly Jack Mottweiler Bradford Orr Fred Partridge Rogerl T. Santea Robert Scholton Steven & Robert Berger Mike White Mike McLaughjin Rodney Martin Roy V. Jutiy, M. D. William H. Gray Happy Birthday from 11 E. Slate Ph. PY 3-2S05 Frosh Results High Jump — BiU Talbot (R), Ron Peterson (CT), Walt Inncs (CT), Andy HarreU (P), Dave Farmer (0), 5-10. Pole Vault — Kukea Kahale (R), Lenny Giim (R), Bruce Pettit (C), Walt Innes (CT), Bob Brandon (R), 14-1 (new meet record. Old by Hickson Occidental 13-5U, 1963.) Long Jump — Dave Appleton (0). Waj-ne Setacss (0), Tyler Upham (0), Da\id Hcrskovits (C), Phillips (R), 23-8 =^4. (new meet record, old 23 2 '2 by Farmer of Occi dental 1960.) Shot Put — Vic Damon (0), Bill Harvey (0), Vince Orr (R), Mike Younger (W), Ken Solomon (C), 47-6'i. Javelin — Bill Gendron (C), Ron Phillips (R), Stillwagon (W). Bill Broun (C), Al Eichom (W) 171-S'b. Triple Jump — Tyler Upham (0), Wayne Selness (0), Mike Frary (0), Frank Benford (CT), David Herskovits (C), 4410, (new meet record, old 43 5 by Graham of Whittier 1963.) Discus — BiU Harvey (0), Vince Orr (R), Ken Solomon (C), Bob Partridge (0), Mike Younger (W) 134-10. 440 Relay — Redlands (Lar son, Cummins, Kramer, Mason), Occidental, Claremont- Mudd, Pomona, 42.5 (new- meet record, new event). Mile — Don Ho>-t (P). Jim Jordan (0), Graeme Shirley (C), Peter Cross (CT), Frank Van Der Baan (0), 4:17.9. 100 Dash — Dave Kramer (R). Dave Appleton (0), Wayne Selness (0), Jim Sanborn (0), Bob Kamansky (0) 10.0. 120 High Hurdles — Bob Jones (0), BiU Talbot (R), Gary Ihas (CT), Ron Phillips (R), John Pyles (C) 14.8 (new meet record, old 14.9 by Hahn Occidental 1963.) 440 Dash — EUiott Mason (R), Eric AusUn (0), Gary Cummins (R), Jim Schauer i(R), Fred Neighbor (0), 48.1 I (new meet record, old 48.8 by Farmer Occidental, 1960.) 880 Run — Don Hoyt (P), Dave Olson (0), David Chatfield (0), Paul Moore (R), Jon Andrews (C) 1:56.1. 220 Dash — EUiott Mason (R). Gary Cummins (R), Eric Austin (0), Dave Kramer (R), Dave Appleton (0), 21.7. 330 Hurdles — Bob Jones (0), BiU Talbot (R), Jim Schauer (R), Walt Innes (CTT), Ron PhilUps (R), 39.4. Two Mile — Don Hoyt (P), Jordan (0), Shirley (C), Van Der Baan (0), David Bock (C) 9:44.6. Mile Relay — Redlands (Schauer, Kramer, Cummins, .Mason). Occidental, Pomona, Cal Tech, Clarcmonl-Mudd. Chaffey High Tigers punched across two runs in the fifth inning for a 4-2 win over Redlands high Terriers yesterday on the Tigers diamond. Chaffey came up with two counters in the opening stanza and coach Joe DcMaggio's Terriers came back to tie it up in the fourth. Losing twirler Arie Franken Umitcd the Tigers to just five hits and fanned six. Redlands two runs in the fourth came on .^ingles by Frank Lopez, Dan Finfrock and Franken. .A double by Rich Somcrs and single by Jerry Wymo.'-e gave Chaffey the margin of victory. Tuesday the Terriers will host Ramona with game time at 3:30 p.m. Redlands AB R. Matthews cf 3 0 Lopez 2b 4 0 Rodgers ss 4 1 Lobaugh lb 3 0 Finfrock U 3 1 Franken p 3 0 CampbcU c 2 0 Crowther rf 2 0 Garcia rf 1 0 Ekema 3b 3 0 Totals 28 2 Chaffey .^B R. Bruckcr If 1 2 Somcrs lb 1 2 Wymorc c 2 0 Shotts p 3 0 Carlson p 0 0 Thompson ss 3 0 Lackey rf 2 0 Hargis rf 1 0 M'rchnl ct 3 0 Ovitt 2b 2 0 Petsuch 3b 3 0 Totals 21 4 Score by innings: Redlands 000 200 0-2 6 Chaffey 200 020 x-4 5 Trounce Chaffey 20 '/2 -7 '/2 Terrier tennis team clinches championship Redlands high tennis team cUnched the Citrus Belt League net championship with a strong 20 !'2 -7Vi win over Chaffey yesterday. Ron Bohmstedt led coach Paul Womack's to the victory. The Terrier junior varsity completed the day with a 7V3-'/i win over the Tiger JV team. Varsity Results : Bohmstedt (R) def. Pinces 6-1, def. Mor- reU 6-1. def. Burnett 6-0, def. Guin 6-0. Tharaldson (R) def. Pince 6-1. MorreU 6-2. Burnett 6-0 and Guin 6-2. Stryker (K) def. Pince 6-1, lost to MorreU 4-6, lost Burnett 1-5. def. Guin 6-3. Jiminez def. Prince 6-2. lost to Morell 3-6, split Burnett 7-7, lost to Guin 6-8. Doubles — Verdicck and Granger (R) def. Cooper-Rundquist 6-1, 6-2, def. Albrecht- Rubin 6-1, 6-3. Wright and Shaw (R) lost to Cooper-Randquist 4-6, 3-6, def. Albrecht and Rubin 6-3, 6-2. Benchwarmer dinner May 13 The annual Benchwarmer dinner for swimmins and track will be held May 13 in Terrier HaU. On .May 27 the baseball. :olf and tennis teams wiU be honored. Tickets can be obtained from Jerry Haislip at Keystone Drugs, Gene Hinkle Union serv ice or Earl Reedy at Clapps Tire service. FtYING FINISH — University of Redlands freshman sprinter Dove Kramer snaps the tope for first in the 100 dash in a 10 flat clocking lost night in the SCIAC meet. Second was Occidental's Dave Appleton in rear. Oxy won the frosh meet with 95'i points followed by the Bulldogs with 79. (Photos by Rick Wiedman) Thunderbirds fourth in Desert track meet U.R. women's tennis team wins 3-0 University of Redlands worn en's tennis team defeated Uni versify of California at Riverside 3-0 to finish their season in sec ond place in league standings behind Long Beach State CoUege. Coach of the UR team is Mrs. Ken Sherman. For the UR Mar^ ilj-n AUum defeated Sarah WeU:- er 6-2, 6-3 and Joyce Sake de fcatcd Vivian Devinc 6-0, 6-1, in the two singles matches. Linda Wheaton and Jane Mcintosh downed UCR's Andrea Schnieder and Judy Strumm 6-0, 6-2 to complete the sweep. A UR doubles team composed of Marilyn AUum and Jane Severson gained the semifinals of the Ojai tourney recently before bowing out. Orange Show races delayed Tlie Orange Show Speedway auto racing season scheduled to open tonight in the Orange Show Stadium in San Bernardino has been postponed for one week racing director Mel Allen stated today. The racing season wiU open Saturday night May 9 with a stock car, super-modified p r o- gram beginning at 8:30 p.m. with lime trials al 6:30 p.m. H. 0 1 1 0 1 ij Yucaipa High Thunderbirds oithinclads won the varsity divi- Osion and placed fourth in the llB and C classes of the annual —}Desert VaUcy League track and 6; field finals held at Indio yesterday. Leading (he way in the varsity division was sprinter Jerry Priebe who won three events jjand set league records in each Q one. He also anchored the win- Q ning relay team. 0 Priebe won the 100 in 9.8. old 0 record 10.0; 220 in 21.2, break- 1 ing his old record of 21.9 set 0 last year, and whipped out 21 0 feet 7 inches in the long jump — for a new record. 5 Butch GedUng in the high jump and John Cleveland in the 2 mile also won varsity firsts for 1 the Thunderbirds. Gedling, Yucaipa's No. 3 jumper this sea son, surprised the League with a 5-10 leap. Although a senior, this is Bedling's first year of track. Cleveland easily outclassed a mUe field in 4:44.8. In Class B, Yucaipa's Leon Hickey won the pole vault in a leat'ue record 12-0, b-eaking the old mark set by T-Bird Steve Cripe last year of ll-l",i. Mike Earls won the high jump in 5-4. In Class C, Mike HoveU w o n the 660 in 1:28.0. Hickey, Earls, and HoveU are aU sophs. Although Yucaipa won the varsity division, Coachella won the league, since it was decided on a dual meet basis. Coachella won 5-0 and Yucaipa 4-1 for second. The first three place finishers in each event advance to Friday night's Desert Valley League-DeAnza league meet at Perris, and the first two places go to Fontana in the CIF quarterfinals. 100 — Priebe (Y), Jarvis (C), Leary (PS), Goddard (I), Thomas (B), 9.8. 220 — Priebe (Y), PaUno (C). Persson (Y), Hicks (TP), Higgins (TP), 21.2. 440 — Goddard (I), Young (1). Harris (TP), Reece (B), Stout (Y), 53.6. SO — Patino (C), GiUette (Y), Maas (I), Robbins (TP), Mathis (B), 2:01.5. Mile — Cleveland (Y), Suarcz (C), Hough (Y), Jones (PSi, Bidzoway (I), 4:44.8. 880 Relay — Yucaipa, no time. 120 HH — Young (PS), Bass- berg (PS), Dean (Y), Fuller (C). Morales (C), 15.1. 180 LH — Jarvis (C), Buss bvg (PS) Dean (Y), Stuart (Y), Cripe (Y), 20.5. to\c VauU — Prior (I), Tous- .SJint (I). Cripe (Y), Craig (Y), (^arrillo (PS), 12-6. High Jump — Gedling (Yl. McKenny (1), Angel (C), Gat van (PS), Thomas (B) & Mulford (I) (tie), 5-10. Long Jump — Priebe (Y), Jarvis (C). WiUiams (B), James (PS), Persson (Y), 21-7. Shot Put — White (I), Carras CO (C), McConneU (Y), Silva (C), Summers (C), 53-5?i. Varsity Final Scores: Yucaipa 58, Coachella 42, Indio 36H!, Palm Springs 27, Baiming 7Vi, Twentj-nine Palms 5. CLASS B 100 — Davis (I), MUler (PS), Arthur (I), 9.8. 220 — Pena (C). Brenaugh (PS), Arthur (I), 21.8. 660 — Miller (PS). Martin (Y), Drowley (I), 1:28.1. 1320 — Iverson (C), Artcga (C). Vcldcrrain (Y), 3:32.6. 660 Relay — Palm Springs. Coachella, Indio, 1:09.9. 70 HH — Nishimoto (C), Taylor (PS), Crav-ton (PS), 8.7. 120 LH — Nishimoto (C), Davis (I), Brenaugh (PS), 12.8. Pole Vault — Hickey (Y), Rondares (C), Hashizu (C), 120. High Jump — Earls (Y), King (I), Custer (C), 5-6. Long Jump — Brenaugh (PS), Bain (Y), Simpson (PS), 22-l'/i. Shot Put — Manzo (I), Bright (Y), Byard (Y), 52.2. Class B Final Scores: Palm Springs 46, CoacheUa 42, Indio 40!-!, Yucaipa 31^, Twentyninc Palms 5, Banning 0. CLASS C 100 — Scott (PS), Veldsquez (C), Thomas (B), 10.4. 180 - Scott (PS). Fiske (Y), Coogle (I), 18.0. 660 — HoveU (Y), Hogg (C), CarrilUo (I), 1:28.0. 1320 — Canales (C), Rougley (I). Luna (C), 3:31.0. 440 Relay — Palm Springs, Coachella, Indio, 47.4. 120 LH — Velasquez (C), In gram (I), Lemmons (PS), 13.6. Pole Vault — Sudan (PS), MiUer (C), Sorenson (Y). 10-6. High Jump — Spicer (PS), Rougley (I), Ingram (I), 5-4. Long Jump — Lemmons (PS), Dody (I), Cktstleberry (C), 20-1. Shot Put — Sakbury (C), Lo- Redlands Junior High loses 9-8 Colton Junior high defeated Redlands JH 9-8 in extra innings on the YeUowjacket diamond Thursday. Coach Dave Farmer's Wildcats suffered the loss in the bottom of the eighth when Colton scored on an error. Danny B. Smith went the distance for Redlands, striking out five, aUowing two waUcs, seven bits and the nine runs. Dwa>-ne HiU was the leading batter with 3-4 including a triple. Bill Cloud, Mike Wiles, Jim Coyazo, Victor Olmeda and Danny C. Smith aU coUected hits. Tuesday RJH meets Sequoia on their Fontana field. Thursday they travel to meet Chaffey] JH. Hare leads Yucaipa to H baseball win Dennis Hare, reUef pitcher slugged a homer to lead the Yucaipa High Thunderbirds to a 9-6 conquest of host Twenty nine Palms yesterday in a Desert Valley League game. Hare struck out six batters in three and two-thirds innings of reUef work for coach Don Gilford's T-Birds. Yucaipa picked up five runs in the third inning and added the winners, four of them in the seventh. MUte Laimon smashed a two run homer for Yucaipa and Jim Price hit a one run homer for Twentj-nine Palms. Yucaipa AB R. H. ."^fcDermot ss 5 1 4 HoechUn lb 3 1 1 Dean c-lf 5 1 0 Wade c 1 0 Lewis c 2 0 Ch'pone rf 0 0 Arps 3b 4 2 Lannon If-rf 4 2 Herklerath cf 4 1 Holdea 2b 3 0 Rainbow p 3 0 Hare p 1 1 Dodgers drub Giants 7-1, 52,773 crowd Totals 35 9 13 79 Palms AB Prince U-c * Davis 2b-cf 3 Smith rf * Lewis cf-p 3 Romain 3b 3 Feldmen lb 3 Pratt ss 3 Lloyd c-U 2 Wise p-2b 3 R. H. 1 1 Totals 28 6 7 Score by innings: Yucaipa 0O5 000 4—9 13 1 29 Palms 200 220 0-6 7 6 1390 entries NEW YORK (UP!)—Entries for the 1964 U. S. Open Golf Championship are nearing the 1,400 mark with four days remaining before the entry deadline. A total of 1,390 entries had been received through noon Fri- I day. Class C Final Scores: Coachella 44, Palm Springs 42. Indio 35. Yucaipa 20, Banning 8, Twentj-nine Palms 1. Stockers steal Morrow show With most of the "Hot Cars" at a special out-of-state meet Sunday, Colton's Morow Drag Strip was taken over by the stock cars. The Dragsters will be back for this Sunday's meet which gets under way at 9 a.m. with single runs. EUminafions begin at 1:30 p.m. and continue until the Top Eliminator run at about 5 p.m. J & M Speed Center of Riverside took top honors in their Chevrolet "A" stock class, with Dale Snelson at the wheel. His top time of 115.92 M P H with an Elapsed Time of 12.85 seconds took home the top elim inator bond. Riverside horse -favored Hill Rise. Northern Dancer vie in Derby LOUISVILLE. Ky. (UPD- The Kentucky Derby comes up for its 90th running at ChurchiU Downs today with a big rangy colt from California and a compact little speedster from Canada heading the field of 12 horses. And this first battle between HiU Rise, champion of the West Coast, and Northern Dancer, greatest money winner ever foaled north of the border, could produce a track record as well as jam the historic old track with one of its greatest crowds. The weather report as of 10 p.m. EDT'Friday was "partly cloudy and mild." HiU Rise, owned and bred by George A. Pope of Riverside, Calif., carries a record of eight straight triumphs into the mile pez (C), MacLachlan (I), 53-2.iand one-quarter race. The son of lUIlary won four slakes races on the West Coast during the winter season, including the $100,000 added Sant? Anita Derby. And in his last race. The Derby Trial at ChurchiU Downs last Tuesday, HiU Rise won the local turf fans to his cause by running a mUe in 1:35 1-5. Northern Dancer has amassed $280,572 for Edward P. Taylor of Toronto by winning 11 of bis 14 races, including the $100,000 Flamingo Stakes, the $100,000 Florida Derby and the Blue Grass Stakes. But the 1964 edition of America's greatest horse race is far from a two-horse battle. Also trained to peak perfection were Quadrangle, The Scoundrel, Roman Brother, Mr. Brick, Dandy K. Wil Rad, Mr. MoonUght, (shkoodah. Royal Shuck and E.xtra SweU. LOS ANGELES (UPD— The Los Angeles Dodgers are one- up today on their arch-rivals, the San Francisco Giants, after their first meeting of the 1961 season. The Dodgers won in a waUc, 7-1, Friday night behind the five- hit pitching of Don Drysdale and with the help of three unearned runs caused by Giant errors. The game drew 52,773 fans— largest crowd in the major leagues his season—and w-as marked by the debut of WUlie .Mays playing first base. In the second game of the three-game series tonight. Joe MoeUer starts for the Dodgers against Bob Hendley. Both are 1-1. .Mays accounted for the lone Giant run with a 400-foot homer into the centerfield pavUUon in the fourth inning. Tnis was his eighth homer of the year and the eighth consecutive game in his hitting streak. The change in positions didn't hurt WiUie at the plate—he went two-for-four and is batting a neat .453. Handicap Mays was sUghtly handicapped afield by a charley- horse in his left leg and manager Alvin Dark sent him to first in the second iiming, mov- ,ing WUlie McCovey to left field "iso he wouldn't have to move 1 1 around so much. Drysdale. now 2-1. struck out nine Giants and walked only two. Duke Snider, making his first appearance against his former teammates, was fanned twice by Drj-sdale, grounded out to Ron Fairly at first base, and waUccd. Snider was swinging for the fences but he couldn't connect. Jack Sanford. 2-2, took the 1 1 loss. The Dodgers got their 2ifirst unearned run off Sanford Clin the first inning when Mc- Oj Covey, then playing first base, fielded WiUie Davis' bunt and threw wild to second baseman Chuck HUler who was covering the bag. WiUie went to third on t h e error and scored on Tommy Davis' ground-out. the first of four RBIS by Tommy. Tommy had been sideUned since last Saturday because of a shoulder injury. Pickoff In the second inning. Dodger catcher John Roseboro got on first with a single to center and Sanford. trjing to pick him off, threw wild. Roseboro scooted to third and then scored on Dick Tracewski's double. In the sixth the Dodgers broke the game wide open with three runs—including one more unearned —when WiUie Davis singled, stole second and went to third on a balk by Sanford. Tommy Davis beat out a topper down the third baseline and WiUie scored, Frank Howard waUced and that was aU for Sanford. BiUy Pierce came in and walked Ron Fairly to load the bases. Pierce tried to pick Howard off second and threw the baU into centerfield. Howard scored and the other runners advanced. Roseboro brought Howard home from third with a deep fly to center. In the seventh the Dodgers added their two final runs off reUefer Don Larsen. With two out, WiUs singled and went to second when WiUie Davis waUted. The pair puUed a double steal and both scored when Tommy Davis singled to center. This was the eighth steal of the season for WiUs and tbt sixth for WilUe. Twins rout bat from dugout KANSAS aTY, Mo. (UPD— The Mmnesota Twins "didn't have enough trouble in the fifth inning when the Kansas City Athletics were leading 3-0 in Friday night's game. The Twins discovered a rat in the dugout and, armed with bats, battled the rodent while teammates batUed the Athletics. Miimesota got rid of the rat and beat the Athletics, 10-5.
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