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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Pirates on Top Despite Defeats Leaders Have Won Three of 10 By BO WTLK8 Amoclattd Prm* Sports Writer 11» Pittsburgh Pirates are on top after thp July 4 firing for the first timp in 28 years, riding a SV.camc lead that's the biggest bulgp,,any National League club has had at mis stage in fivr seasons. They have done it after: 1. Winning Just three of their last 10 games, 2. Failing to get a victory from either of their two pitching aces in five starts between them, and 3. Blowing a five-run lead behind their No. 1 relief man. So how? Easy. Milwaukee's second-place Braves have lost eight of their last 12, and the third-place San Frandsco Giants have won only five of their last 14. the limping leaders split a doubleheader at Milwaukee Monday blowing a five-run lead behind Bob Friend and Elroy Face as the Braves won the opener 7-6 in 10 second game 7-2 on a dandy six-] hit Job by southpaw Harvey Had-1 dix. ; The Giants won 4-0 at Chicago as Jack Sanford put away his second straight shutout with a four-hitter. Then the Cubs held them to a 1-1 tie in the nightcap, called after 14 innings because of darkness at Wrigley Field, the only park in the majors without lights. St. Louis split with Los Angeles, winning 6-2 before a 5-4 loss. Philadelphia escaped the cellar by tlSTedl t£r!h7oU 5 e 2 r S-fon"' STANFORD, Calif. JP - The [put. 63 feet 3% inches; Ralph! j fastest and sprongest United I Boston, Tennessee A&I, broad Chiefs Battle For Crown; Norb's Splits GRANITE ClW - The Alton Jackson Chiefs and Norb's Nor- Cleveland Trims New York's Lead By ED WtLKS Associated Press Sports Writer The Cleveland Indians, who isirlrrv of Alton competed in the looked like a bunch of dead In- Granite City Invitational Softball i two weeks ago. Suddenly capped the three-run eighth. Keri Aspromonte also hit a two-run homer for the Tribr as Ted Bows field squared his record at 4-4. Johnnv Rucks il-3> lost it. Alton Skiers Present Show TUESDAY, JULY 5,19*0 I* tli* Sportlffo by JACK BARB AN Sports Editor i Tournament over the wppkrnd. have trimmed the New York Van- Yankee reliever Ryne Duren i_._.. . . kees' lead in half and trail by i (2-3> forced in the winning run by i TV Ch.Ms copped two games jj|ttt U4 gflmes ,„ mp Ameripnnj walkinR Rpno Bert(?ia on four I while Norb's won one and lost'League race after their second i pitches in the ninth after retiring one. doubleheader sweep in two days, j tvvo with the bases loaded. Pete The Chiefs whipped Modern 'With right-hander Gary BelljWhisenant, who walked and Exterminator of Granite City. 2-0, i p(itc . hin f 4 a *ree-hitter for his scored the tying run on Bob Alii _ ,,..,, . .. .. u,. flrst victory in almost a month Sunday night behind the two-hit | and Jimmv KenM ^ on the pitching of Cliff Wisdom. The Chiefs scored twice in the first inning and protected its lead against the five-hit pitching of "Satch" Page. job, the Indians made it five in a row with a 4-0 and 7-4 sweep of their July 4 doubleheader with the Kansas City A's. It was Cleveland's eighth success in nine EXCITING MOMENT STANFORD, Calif—Terry Fiore of Penns Grove, N.J., nestles in arms of fiance, Don Bragg after running to the field at Stanford Stadium Saturday shortly after he set a new world mark in the pole vault at 15 feet 9>4 inches. Bragg set his mark in the final day of the U.S. Olympic tryouts. (AP Wire- photo) Strongest U. S. Squad Now Faces World's Best son's smgle in the eighth, drove in three Washington runs, two with his first AL homer. Teammate Jim Lemon also hit a two- run homer, his 20th, while Mickey Mantle (20), Hector Lopez, Gil McDougald and Bob Cerv hom- ered for New York. Don Lee (4-3) for the Chiefs including a double.! er rumbling out of the lead while j won it in relief. Ralp|i Ebbler also had a double. ; losing eight of 10 two weeks ago. j Boston beat reliever Hoyt Wil- Monday night the Chiefs won Tnp Trlbp Closed in as the Yan-jhelm (5-6) in thp opener with five thpir semi-final game, trouncing k °es. despite ii combination of un-|runs in the eighth, breaking a 7-7 Mickey's and Millie's of Granite jbwrten Jim Coates and four home j tic as soc-ond baseman Marv Citv, 10-0. behind the four-hit M 1 " 18 - 1osl 9 ' 8 al Washington in {Breeding held the ball after a Gary Burmester had two hits {games and 12th victory In 15 aft- pitching of Archie Crotchett. The Chief.s scored six times in the second inning. They collected eight hits off Thornton and Six. Bob Cunningham. Don Plarski and Dean Calvin each had two hits with Plarski hitting a triple. Paul Palermo and Jim Carey hit the only single game on the holiday bill in the majors. Coates escaped defeat, bul tho Yankees' forceout at second, believing it to be the third out. Mike Fornieles (5-1) was the winner in relief. winning string was chopped at! The Orioles won the second six games by the Senators, who I game with two unearned runs in had just lost .three in a row to the eighth on a pair of errors by Cleveland. It's the 24th time New i All-Star third baseman Frank York | Malzone. Rookie Ron Hansen. the doubles. Norb's won its first game Saturday night, beating the Ravens lot Granite City, 4-3, behind the I four-hit hurling of Ray Parton. ! Norb's gathered five safeties off I has led the AL on July 4—and the Yanks have gone on to win All-Star shortstop, singled home the clincher with two out. Billy Merrill Coach Leaves Herrln basketball and toot* ball coach, Bob Hutchison, has handed in his resignation and will accept a head basketball coaching position at. Olendale, Ariz. Hutchison has been on the Herrln coaching staff for 10 years, taking over head coach- Ing duties In 1957 after Eftfl Lee, Shurt'.eff graduate, had led Pro Grid Note* According to report! from the pro football news circuit, Must- ling Hugh Mcfc'lhenny, former University of Washington treat, Seattle, and now starring for the San Francisco 46*rs, Is now a partner in a Los Altos, Calif. construction firm. McElhenny was In the potato chip business for eight yean. McKlhenny who is known ai the 1937 f-age team to the State,« tempermental player has gone from the chips to sawdust Basketball tltlf. Hutchison piled up a 'record of 170 wins and .30 loises In baskeiball and 66 victories and 20 losses in football. Tickets are now on sale in Chicago, for the annual All- Star football game in August. This year's game will pit the best of the graduated college footballers against the powerful Baltimore Colts, winners of the NFL l>:'ast season. Tho game last year proved to bo a lough one for the college player* as I he Colts played real this season. Another not* Jim "Red" Phillips, second season end for the L. A. Rams Is picked to have the potential of another Tom Fears. Fears was an outstanding end for the Rams, but was one of the most overrated players In college football while attending UCLA. Incidentally, Phillips Is the boy who wrote an article for Sports tllust rated last year saying that while he attended Auburn In his undergraduate days, the head football coach only spoke to football and sncked the j him twice, the rest of the time beginners. ! w os spent speaking to an assist- If the pro team has the desire)ant coach. thp same is usually one-sided; Phillips was an All-American in It's favor. i while at Auburn. iGrule. Norb's scored twice in the sixth for the winning runs. Jack MikeSouchak Wins With Hot Putter at Finish -,., r -- . , . i- FLINT. Mich. (APi — The closing with a three-under-par 69 six-run leads in both games, split) The Tigers, after losing five, present a. water ski show \ memmy of his final round fizzle that included a sizzling 33 oTTthe at Boston. The Red Sox won 10-7 j straight, beat Frank Baumanm «* l/arlinville Monday al- ! jn me recen , us O pen game big!fj na | nine holes. the flag all but four times in the'Hoeft (1-1) was the winner and past. Third-place Baltimore, blowing:in relief. Billy Muffett (0-1) the loser, both SKI PALS Here are two of the Alton Ski Pals who helped before the Birds bounced back for i M-4) for the first time in seven jHill hit a double for Norb's. ! an 8-6 victory. The Detroit Tigers j career decisions. A pair of RBI States Olympic track and field team in history now faces a near impossible task of winning as many 8 four-hitter by Jay Hook. Al Spangler's two-out single did it for the Braves in the 10th against Face (5-4), who had won five in a row. Warren Spahn (7-5) won it with three innings of hitless relief. Two-run homers by Bob Skinner and Dick Stuart helped build a 6-1 lead for Friend. Hank Aaron's 22nd home run, with one! Stanford Stadium moulded jump, 26 feet 6% inches; 5,000 meter run, Jim Beatry, Santa da- Dssible task of winning as ra, 14:13.6; Al Cantello, javelin i « ,y gold medals as did Uncle! 277 feet 7 inches; Ira Da4, hop ° Monday night Norb's bowed in a semi-final game to Spengler Oil of Granite City, 5-4, when •ough hit a solo home run in the fifth inning to break a 4-4 tie. Spengler Oil got only two hits Sam's men in 1952 and 1956. :step and jump, Philadelphia, 53 These years the total was 15 asi feet I 1 '* inches; Rink Babka, dis- this country dominated the sports. t; " s . 192 feet 3'6 inches; George Two days of do-or-die trials in|^ T ° 0ung ' 3 ' 000 meter steeplechase, took two from Chicago's White .'.singles by Chico Fernandez and Sox, winning 3-0 and 3-2 with Jim I Bunning in the second inning did Bunning pitching a three-hitter in I it. Nellie Fox had two of Chicago's the opener. Bell (7-6) allowed nothing but singles, walked two and struck out four while the Indians banged Ray Herbert (3-9) for nine hits. An but errors hurt Norb's. Norb's infield hit bv Marl >' Keough, who scored four times in the third tol had been subbing for Piersall in j singles off Bunning (6-5), who walked 6ne, struck out six and set off a rumpus by hitting Minnie Minoso in the first inning. Minnie threw his bat at the Tiger right- ternqon before more than Mike Souchak "that little some- 3,000 people. The Alton | thjng cxtru ., he nceded to w .; n thf Hr nosed out Gay Brewer Jr. nd Art «™ * ' Flint Open golf tournament major tournament victory on the m ,,,,* n,,h l«L« i^f^A I So 1 "* 1 * blazed home a winner ivery last stroke of the 72-hole ex- mans Club lake at God- | in „,, $52,000 Flint event Monday, tmvaganza. , _^ flnjgj, was as tenge .jfld dramatic as any Hollywood could CARLINVILLK - The Alton Ski Pals presented a walor show be- hander and was ejected. He re- forp morp " wn 3 -WO P*°Pl p at ed to left field in the nightcapI'^kP Carlinvill.' Monday after- take a 4-3 lead. .center field, and a two-out double j and became a target for debris noon. Don Barry hit a double for bv Harvey Kuenn gave Cleveland j from Tiger fans. The show consult u of 25 acts and the winning run in the first in-' A sixth-inning home run byr.vas sponsored by the c'arlinwlle : General Cable Whips Chiefs teams as the top three competitors in each of 17 "events qualified for the squad as more than 100,000 watched the two days' action. : Thirteen trials records fell and one was equalled. Only in the 100i meter dash, 400 and 800 did the' records hold up. Three world records fell as Boston U's John Thomas high! WOOD RIVER—The Alton Jack- jumped 7 feet 3% inches. Don'son Chiefs dropped a doublehead- Bragg, the ex - Villanova star, er to General Cable of Monticello cleared the pole vaulting bar at here Satui-day night, losing -the 15 feet 9% inches and both Ray! first game. 4-2, and going dosvn in Norton of the Santa Clara Youth !hr second contest. 5-2. Village and Stone Johnson of. Archie Crotchett was the losing; Grambling were timed in 20:5/ijtcher in the first game, although) seconds for 200 meters around giving up four hits. Sprague was the curve. on, chased Friend in the eighth, and Del Crandall's solo'12th homer tied it in the ninth against Face. It was the first extra-inning game lost by the Bucs in eight this season, but they bounced back as Haddix (5-4) pitched his first winning complete game against the Braves in 14 tries since Sept. 14, 1956. The little lefty, who lost a perfect game to Milwaukee last season, blanked te Braves on three hits over the last eight frames. Three runs in the first inning won it for the Pirates, with Smoky Burgess hitting a two-run double off loser Joey Jay (2-4) before reliever George Brunei 1 other trials winners with rec-1 four hits. walked home'the clincher. .ords performances for the meeti Ralph Ebbler had two hits for Sanford (8-5) walked two and struck out five while taking over the major league lead with his fifth shutout. Willie Mays, extending his hit streak through 19 games in the twinbill, and Bob Schmidt, who drove in three runs, each homered for the Giants off loser Dick Ellsworth. j The Cubs, falling back into eighth place while scoring just one run in 26 innings, counted in the second inning of the nightcap on a sacrifice fly by starter Bob By Anderson. The Giants matched it' in the fourth on Orlando Cepeda's double. Reliever Don Elston held New York Noi-b's while Nellie Hagnauer, the winning pitcher, also poled a ning. Norm Cash broke a tie in thejjavcecs. T^nn * n «i^ vyiiuiuig fMiiaici, ctiau puicu a\ ^ • , — —-..- — — ... —-,.,n. T v. , JOUU meter run, uregon,| tAV0 . bagger Norb - s got four hits j Piersall. ordered home for a; second game and gave the deci-: Wi Tonight the Chiefs meet Speng-j rest a week a 8°' returned in the j sion to Dave Sisler (5-2). who; A ,, on ith almu-'l idi-al wc.ilhcr. the out lei- Oil at 8:30 for the champion- ! second game and scored Kuenn j had five shutout innings of one-| llf , w rouUn( ^ lo| . , he season 11le ' ' ""• ~ ship at Wilson Park. Ravens (3) Player AB R H D.Melton 3 1 1 Sadlch 111 K.Tan'ley 3 1 0 Clark 310 Hesaler 202 Elsen'ch 301 Grute 300 Hill 3 1 1 H.Tan'ley 100 Barry 311 Robtnson 1 1 0 Dtckerson 3 0 1 L.Melton 3 0 1 McMillan 200 Haug 200 McCoy 300 F.Laub 200 Parton 300 Rares 100 Totals 21 3 4 Totals 24 4 5' INNING: 1234567 RHE Norb's 200002 0—4 5 1 j for a 5-3 lead. Johnny Romano's Player'*A < B > RH' Second home run of the game {hit relief. Bob Shaw loser, although allowing four hits. the; just! I «how part of .h* fourth an- Palmer Sr. Watches Son Hi tHotRouncl in Scotland Raven's 110100 0—3 4 2 ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) — Arnold Palmer, United States Norb's (4) Spengler on (5) ,0po" and Masters golf champion, : <mng up lour mis. sprague was Player ABRH Player ABRH has brought the rest of his gang i he- wmnmg p.tdier, also allowing gdfcl, 4 1 i Dillard 3 0, f The American champion celebrated the arrival of the man hei calls "Pap" by shooting a 67 over ! nual pageant put on by the Car- Hnville group. Other entertainment was also available and included band music, train and boat rides, and a fireworks display. : This was the first public outing ! of the season for the 36-member | troupe of the Ski Pals. will next appear at ,, , n « -Wood R, 4 -ei- Sportsman CIub lak " ln Godfn > n " xl were Al Hall, hammer throw, 2141 the Chiefs including a double. Don feet 7 inches: Dalla Long, shotjpiarski also hit a double for the the New Course and made certain i Other shows to be i»r(;s--ntcd in- cTark" 300 Crabtree 2 I 0 1 into the fight for the British cham-j of qualifying when the field is cut .elude: July 24 — Staunton Lake; to a maximum of 100 low scorers' Aug. 14— Robin Hood County Club, Hill Barry si? scar"gh° n 3 i i!P lonshi P ~ his Pappy. i Chiefs. , iRIster In the second game Dean Calvin was the loser, giving up seven hits and walking four. Thornton was the winner, allowing five hits. General Cable scored three times in the third to ice the game. Plarski had two hits for the 300 300 300 010 2 1 0 Hagnauer 2 1 1 Totals 27 4 4 Totals 22 5 2 INNING: 1234567 RHE 3 0 1 Borchers 3 0 1 Wilson 300 2 1 0 Palmer senior — born Milford, I after today's round. , Carrollton. ami Aug. 'Jl—Hide-A- Norb'« 004000 0-4 4 2 but better known as Deke —taught I Palmer senior started out in the! Way Harbour - Portage de Sioux, the 30-year-old Arnold all knows about the game. hej golf world by helping to roof the !M °1 clubhouse at Latrobe, Pa. Then he I GOLFING if NOTES Two tournaments were held at Lockhaven Country Club over the weekend. Dr. A. G. Goveia won the Flag tourney with Henry Williams, Mason Randle and Cloyd Hamer sharing the runnerup spot. In the women's division Mrs. Pat Rain was the winner with Mrs. H. G. Wick- enhause'r the runnerup. Prizes were awarded to winners in the Closest-to-the-Hole on Par 3 holes tournament, also. On par 4 hole Harold Hasten won. On 8 F. C. McCarty was manufacture. Souchak and Brewer played spectacular golf to fight off a half dozen final round challengers. They were locked In a dead heat leading the field by one stroke as they stood on the 18th tee. Both hit good drives. Souchak's second shot made the green 55 feet below the cup. Brewer's second shot went over the green into a trap. Brewer, 28, bidding for his first major triumph, blasted out seven feet from the stick. Souchak rolled his putt to within •even feet. Brewer, putting first, left the bail on the lip of the cup for a bogie five. Souchak stroked in the winner for a 282 total Brewer, finishing with a 71, and Wall with a each collected $3,800 for second place. Wall nearly made himself a repeat cham- winner. On 13 it was Frank j p i on w jth his closing rush of 33 on Hack and on 16 William Tybas won. Thursday evening between 5 and 6 the Twilight League for couples begin play. the final nine holes. He and Dow Finsterwald tied at 282 last year and Wall won an 18-bole playoff. Brewer was one of the co• leaders after 54 holes. And Palmer junior is the first to admit the debt he owes to his Spengler Oil 2101 1 0 x-5 2 2 fafher ft wflg p almer . s ldea fr &i his father make the trip to Scot- Player ABRH Player A B'R HI land, his first outside the United R.Landys 3 0 1 Palermo 2 1 I 1 States. He came to St. Andrews San Frandsco hitless over the last five frames. Stu Miller, Bud Byerly and George Maranda blanked Chicago in relief of Johnny An-! Det ,. 0 p ( tonelli. ' [Washington Daryl Spencer's two-run homer | Kansas city in the third off reliever Larry Boston Sherry 1 '6- 61 won the opener tor the Cards and Krni<- Broglio ifMi. A sacrifice fly by Rookie Tommy Davis decided the second gamej in the eighth inning lor the Dod-| gers. Ed Roebuck Jhen struck out pinch-hitter Johnny Glenn with two on in the ninth, saving it for Roger Craig (2-1), making his first start since his collarbone was broken two months ago. Ray Sadecki (2-4) was the loser, giving up homers by Norm Sherry and Gil Hodges. Hook (7-7) walked two and Struck out three in his first shutout in the majors A two-run homer in the first inning by Wai- Pittsburgh iy Post—his 10th and lourth in Milwaukee three days—beat Dallas Green San j.- la , K ., soo (1-2). Pancho Herrt-ra'^ llth st. Louih homer, a solo *hot in the sixth, L OS Audits won the &econd game for Gene Cincinnati Conley (4-4). Joe Nuxhall (1-4) Philadelphia ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Tot. O.B. .623 .600 Hi .571 3 .534 6 .479 10 .449 1L> ] Chiefs including a triple. Gary j Burmester had a double. Thornton I had two hits for Monticello. 43 26 Cleveland 42 '28 Baltimore 44 33 Chicago 39 34 34 37 31 38 27 45 26 45 .366 IS Monday Results Washington 9, New York S Cleveland 4-7, Kansas City 0-4 Boston 10-6, Baltimore 7-8 Detroit 3-3. Chicago 0-2 Tuesday Gurnet New York at Washington (N) Baltimore at Boston (N) Only games Wednesday Gttmeo Kansas City at Detroit (N) Chicago at Cleveland (N't New York at Baltimore (N) Washington at Boston (N) Jones 300 Carey 2 1 i;_. , Crlder 300 Plarski 1 0 0.Monday. Weiss 300 Ebbler 3 0 1 .. B.Landys 300 Calvin 200 Page Dlak i HIHon FIRST GAME • Hemwell Chiefs U) General Cable (4) — i Player ABRH Player ABRH' Totals 22 0 2 lotals 19 2 5 'Cun'ham 4 1 1 DlcUson 3 1 1 INNING: 1234567 K II E ! Carey 200 Woods 4 2 Oi Modern Ext. 0000000—0 2 1 j Plarski 2 I I Garbury 4 o |! Chiefs 2 0 0 0 0 0 x—2 .> 0 : Ebbler 302 Spitz 30-0' E.Smith 300 Alsop 100 300 Carey 300 Plarski 300 Ebbler 300 Calvin 1 0 0 Burmester 3 0 2 2 0 1 Schllllnger 300 200 Cliappell 300 200 Wisdom 200 qualified as a greenskeeper and professional pro, working in steel mills in the winter to help keep his family. Three old Scottish pros taught Palmer senior the way to play the" igame the «Scots invented. And ever since he wanted to take a trip to the home of golf. Golfers in the big field from 26 : nations humiliated both the Old and New courses Monday. Peter Allis, British Ryder Cuppfr, broke Batting (based on 163 or more i the Old Course record with a 7- STOP & SWAP SALE! League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Burmester 200 Walden 300 Schlllinger j 0 0 Blaceschki 300 Calvin 200 Way R.Smith 000 C.Foster Palermo 300 W.Foster .375 17" 2 Crotchett 200 Sprague M. * Ms. Player AB R H at bats) — Runnels, Boston, .336; 3 o olP-Portell 3 0 1 Cun'ham 4 i iiParniley 302 Carey 2 o 0 Wellb 300 Plarski ..,. .1 o i.D.Portell 3 0 0 Ebbler Stewart 1 0 0 .Cox 300 Calvin — _*_! Goodrich 300 Palermo Totals 25 2 4 Totals 29 4 4 Harrison INMNG: 1234567 RH E|Burdge General Cable 200100 1—4 4 I i Thornton Chiefs 002000 0—2 4 6'SI* Played" AB'R H ; Gpntile - Baltimore, .328. under-par 66. Gary Player, the defending champion from South; 422! Runs — Mantle. New York, 65; Africa, joined Palmer at 67 —. % 2\ Maris, New York, 51. i both shot over the New Course. T p| Runs batted in — Maris, New; Seven players — Geoffrey Hunt! York, 64; Gentile, Baltimore, 55. i (England), British Amateur! Player Palermo Stewart K Smith Ebbler 1 Culvln Carey Plarski SECOND GAME Chiefs (2) General Cable (S) 200 Burmeater 3 i i Hits — Runnels. Boston, 92; I Champion Joe Car (Ireland), F) I o o croicheff 2 o o Minoso, Chicago, 90. l ,s. Boobyer (England). Jose Maria i ^o^o stewan ^ jj ji Doubles — Skowron, New York,(Gonzalez (Brazil). Eric Brown Totals 24 04 lotais. 2810 a 19 ' Runnels, Boston and Lollar, 1 (Scotland), P. J. Butler (England) AB R H Player 400 Dlckson .'i 0 0 SVood 200 Spitz 2 0 I Alsop 300 Waldejl AB R H 0 4 1 I 3 1 1 2 0 I 1 0 0 INNING: :M. & Ms. Chiefs lotals o o o o o o o -u 4 ^Ch-'^eo. 17. and Christy O'Connor Urelandi- 2 « o o 2 o x—10 s o Triples — Aparicio and Fox/ had 68's Chicago, ty Snyder, Kansas City, '5. Three I League 2 1 0 Blsceschkl 2001 3 I 2 Way 1 1 0| By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Put. O.K. 44 28 .611 40 31 .563 3>. :i9 :ci .:>):' :. "7 37 .:iim v ;b :;7 .49:; v-. 37 .< Burmester 2 0 I G.Foster 300 Chappell 2 0 I w Foster 2 1 1 1 Cun'ham I 0 0 Thornton 3 I 2 Stewart I o 0 Totals 25 2 5 Totals 25*5*7 General Cable 013100 0—5 7 o <-hiefb 000010 1—2 5 3 Bean Balls Highlight Play Home runs — Marls, New York, 25; Mantle, New York and Lemon, Monday R«wult« Washington. 30. Burlington 4-7, Topeka 2-6 i stolen bases — Aparicio, Chica- Fox Cities 14-5, Green Bay 7-6'8o, 17; Landis, Chicago, 11. Des Moines 8, Sioux City 4 • Pitching (based on 7 or more Cedar Rapids 3-3, Lincoln 2-4 (decisions) - Coates, New York, - :9-0, Brown, Baltimore, 7-2. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, 103; Pascual, Washington, 92. But the biggest surprise of allj came from 58-year-old Gene Sara- zert ,of Germantown, N. Y., winner of the title in 1932. He turned in a 69 — the first time he's broken I 70 on the Old Course. i Fireball Roberts of Daytonaj Beach. 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Pittsburgh, 55. und Los Angeles Dodgers split a!strode to the mound and warned Runs batted in — Banks, Chica- In Card-Dodger Game Milwaukee 7-2. Pittsburgh 6-7 duubltheadpr Monday and in the Sherry. Then all four umpires had list game, 10 innings) St. Louib 6-4, Los Angeles ^-j (irsl game the opposing pitchers la conference with Cardinal mana- ST, LOUIS Cincinnati 5-2, Philadelphia 0-5: batters. The Roxunaj San Francisco 4-1, Chicago 0-1 Lurry took turns throwing a beanball at Slu>rr.\ of the Dodgers Rangers downed Holy Trinty 3-1 ( ^nd game, tie, 14 innings, dark- and Krnic Broglio of the .Curd* ' -----in a Khouiy League lntermedi-! ness) •te League, aye 17-19. at Fairground!. Park Sunday. Wally Heliu wab the ummnt: plichei allowim,' only five liiih •nd s>uuck out miR- butu-r.-. Fraud* Leigh ty clubbed a baui't empty hoint run In the iftcoud inning tor the winner.-.. Kowm* now h»k a 34t record tnd wUl moet Vaughn Tiftrv at Fairj<roun44 Park next Sunday. (N) both warned by the fur throwing at batsmen. The Cards won the first game 6 Tuesday Ganiek Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (Ni San Francisco al lx»s Angeles 'u - .mil tin Uodgers took the sec«i' oiui .i-4. SI. IXJUI^ <4t Philaddphia ger Solly Hemus and Dodger Pilot Walt Alston. After the conference broke up. Sherry worked the count to 3-2 on Spencer — then* hit him with a pitch'. But the umpires apparently figured it was an accident and go. 69; Mays. San Francisco, 64. Hits — Groat, Pittsburgh, 105; Mays, San Francisco, 104. Doubles —Mays, San Francisco. 21; Cunningham, St. Louis, 20. Triples — Pinson, Cincinnati, Bruton, Milwaukee and Kirkland, San Francisco, 7; Will, Chicago, Skinner, Pittsburgh and White, St. St Louis, a) Pittttburgli at Cim-innati ih Philadelphia at Milwaukee there were no beefs or warnings, i Louis, 6. When the Dodger* came to bat! Home runs —Banks, Chicago, lin'avo A rhubiirli started in the sev-jin the eighth, Broglio tossed al^'J; Aaron. Milwaukee. 22. at Cmrmnati iNi entli liming uln-n Sherry hit Curdi-ipitch behind John Roseboro and Stolen bases — May*. San Fran- (>uinek nal third buseman Ken Boyer with once again Pekkoudas strode tO'dsco, 19: Pinson, Cincinnati, 18. a pitch. Walt Moryn tlien hit a home run lor the Redbird* and (Ni Sherry tossad a high one right at San Francisco at Lo& Aiujek-s Dar.vl Spencer—who had tagged him tor a homer and a double. the mound. The umpire and the pitcher engaged in an argument which was ended by Hemus. Hal Smith was hit by a pitch from Southpaw Danny McDevitt. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions! — Roebuck. Los Angeles, 6-1, Laiv, Pittsburgh, 11-3. Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los Angeles. 128; Friend, Pittsburgh, 103. BOATS • MOTORS FINANCED SMtrCfU KINNY KIOOS DODSTATES CO. 911 RIDOI Now Bxoadwfty mem HO MIU WHITEHALL NEW TREADS 44 FOR '54 ANY SIZE, TUBE OR TUBELESS

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