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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 8,1980 Pierce Lifts Chisox Flag Hopes Southpaw Stymies Tribe, 9-3 R> KD IVII.KS Associated Tress Sport* Writer Tt> Rrttinp so rvrryonr nppar- enflv has forgotton Billy Pierce except the Cleveland Indians, who n ish they could. The Chicago White Sox southpaw was overlooked as a starting pilcher in last fall's World Series and passed over by his own manager, Al Lopez, when the American League's All-Star staff was named. But he's been a one- man roadblock to Indian pennant hopes. He beat the second place Injuns for the fifth straight time in a 9-3 decision Thursday night that . gave the White Sox a sweep of a two-game series at Cleveland. This on? dropped Cleveland | three games behind the first place New York Yankees who bfat the Orioles 6-3. Detroit defeated Kansas City 6-3. and Washington split a twi-i night pair at Boston. The Sena-i tors won ii-5. then lost 4-2. | Pierce (7-4) gave up seven hits,! one a homer by Jim Piersall, while winning his fourth decision! in the last six. i Al Smith, who was 4-for-4, andj Gfnr Freese each homered and drove in three runs for the White Sox in a 13-hit attack. Freese's shot, with two on. came in a winning five-run third off Jim Perry (9-4). who has lost 6nly two of his last 10 decisions. A two-run seventh inning, triggered by Clete Boyer's homer Dodgers Making Like '59 Champs Bv KD WILK8 148th shutout—both all-time highs Associated Press Snorts Writer I among NL southpaws —while Jackson's Wins Over Columbia COLUMBIA— The Jackson's softbalF team continued on Its j winning ways by downing Columbia 9-4 in a single game The Los Angeles Dodgers have | begun to look like world cham- |pions again, but they still have walking just one and striking out 10. Ler Walls, who had two hits, and Bobby Del Greco singled played here Thursday. The Jacksons runs on 10 lilts. scored nine Overby and M? W» , j* JSP Jf FLUNG START The first flight in the 220-yard shuttle race takes off during the Alton Recreation Department's Annual Track and Field meet at Public School Sta- dium Thursday evening. Gary Edsall, North Junior High School coach, is the starter.—Staff Photo. and capped by Tony Kubek's sacrifice fly, brought the Yankees from behind against loser" Milt Pippas (7-6). Winner Duke Maas (1-1) and Bobby Shantz shut out the Birds on four hits over the last five innings in relief of Bob Turley. . The Tigers scored five' in the 300 Youngters Compete Fighter In City Track Meet Darro hammered home runs a long way to go to catch Pits-j w ith none'out in the ninth "for i for "'" winners, burgh's Pirates in the National! the Phils. But after Spahnie gave i T| Je Jack sons will host League race. ' up a W alk that loaded the bases jWyane's Co-Op of Shipman for The Dodgers, who trail by g'/giwith one out, Bobby Gene Smith | n douhlcheadei at Roxana Sat- games, moved within a half-game of third place San Francisco by whipping Chicago's Cubs 7-1 Thursday night for their ninth victory In 11 games. But the Pirates put away their fourth consecutive success when Bob Skinner cracked a two-out, two-tut double in the ninth inning that beat Cincinnati 3-2. It hit into a doifbleplay. Billy Bruton's double singlr by Del Crandall 'set Nau'and Harrew More than 300 Alton boys participated in the two-day Alton Recreation Department's annual track and field meet < at Public School Stadium Wednesday and Thursday. The winners of each event will participate in the Jaycee Sectional meet at Carbondale Aug. 6. The winner and runner-up in each event at Carbondale will advance ! to the State finals at Springfield Aug 18. third inning climaxed by Eddie Yost's two - run single, and sent Don Larsen (0-5) to his llth straight loss. Left-hander iW Mossi (6-6) was the winner. ; *• 25 yd. Dash (8-9) 1st. —Ver- The Senators made it .four in a| non Davis ' Hellrung; 2nd. — row in the opener in a two-run R»cky Williams, Water Tower. The winners of the events are as follows: TRACK EVENTS seventh. Camilo Pascual (8-5) won it Frank Sullivan (3-10) was the loser. Billy Muffett (1-1), making only his seventh start in the majors and first since 1958, pitched a four-hitter for the Red Sox in the nightcap for his first AL victory. Willie Tasby, who scored the first two runs, beat Bill Fischer (3-5) with a two-run single in the fourth. Time — :04.4. 2. 220 yd. Dash (16-17) 1st—< Steve Batchler, Mark Twain; 2nd. — Joe Gibson, Salu. Time— :23.8. 3. 50 yd. Dash (10-11) 1st.— Luther Simmon, Mark Twain; 2nd. — Paul Jacobson, Northside. Time - :07.0. 4. 50 yd. Dash (12-13) 1st.- George Terry. Hellrung; 2nd.— Maurice Pitman, Hellrung. Time— Cal, Navy, Syracuse Score Rowing Victories SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — California, Navy's varsity and a Syracuse shell wore victory hats into the semifinals of the Olympic rowing trials today. But any one of a half dozen other eight-oared down in the single sculls. :06.5. 5. 50 yd. Dash (14-15> 1st. — Andrew Johnson, Sullivan; 2nd.— Carl Fors. Northside. Time—: 06.4. 6. 50 yd. Dash (16-17) 1st. - Don Davis, Central; 2nd. — Loren Randal, Central. Time — :06.0. 7. 75 yd. Dash (10-11) 1st.—Glen Davis. Central; 2nd. — Larry Beaman. Rock Spring. Time— 8. 75 yd. Dash (12-13) 1st.—Carl Woodward, Olin; 2nd. —, Maurice Pitman. Hellrung, Time—: 09.5. 9. 75 yd. Dash (14-15) 1st. — Ron Ayres, Northside; 2nd. — Burt Merry, Northside. Time—:08.5. 10. 100 yd. Dash (16-17) 1st.— James Jackson, Salu; 2nd.—Loren Randal. Central. Time — :10.8. 11. 225 yd. Relay (10-11) 1st.— Central: Glen Davis, Ronald Jordan, Sandy Clark, Luther Simmons. Time — :16.2. 12. 225 yd. Relay (12-13) 1st.— Hellrung: James Havis, Cecil Holliday, Maurice Pittman, Carl Woodard. Time — :13.8. 13. 440 yd. Relay (14-15) 1st.Northside: Burt Merry, Car! Fors, Don Hale, Ron Ayers. Time—: 46.8. 14. 440 yd. Relay (16-17) 1st.— | Central: Loren Randal, Lane White, Don Davis, Lewis Finley. Time — :48.2. FIELD EVENTS Broad Jump (10-11). 1st. — Luther Simmons, Central, 13'5". Goes to Floyd For Ingo Win NEW YORK (AP) — To nobody's surprise, Floyd Patterson was named "fighter of the month" by Ring Magazine in its semimonthly ratings announced today. The heavyweight champion's unparalleled feat of regaining the title made him a natural for the nomination. Ingemar Johansson, dethroned by Patterson, was. was Pittsburgh llth last-inning victory. It also retained their 5'^-game spread over Milwaukee's second place Braves, who defeated Philadelphia 2-0 as Hank Aaron backed Warren Spahn's five-hitter with'a home run and sacrifice fly. St. Louis rapped San Francisco 7-3. i Right-hander Don Drysdale now! has won his, last two starts for a j 6-10 record. He allowed eight hits and walked four, but struck out | eight and blanked the Cubs after' George Altman hit his third home' run. , The Pirates trailed 2-1 with two out and no one on base in the ninth at Cincinnati. Bill Mazeroski got them rolling with a single, his third hit, off reliever Jim Brosnan. Smoky Burgess, just back from a two-day suspension, followed with a pinch single off loser Bill Henry (1-4), who then gave up Skinner's winner. Aaron's sacrifice fly In the first Inning against Chris Short (4-5). Aaron hit his 23rd home run In the sixth as the Braves ended their loss string at three. A two-run single by St|in won it for the Cards In the third Isfacfi'er in-day with the first game getV and u' llng UM derway at 7:30 p.m. Columbia (4) Jackson's (») «P I Player AB R H Player AB R H Steffuer 4 o l Wtntjen 423 1 1 Walking t 0 Ffncher 300 402 Retchert 323 G.Watklns 400 Kckert - - - -- Shlmdt Zoeller i Roosmun 301 Simpson 2 0 1 Baro 3 0 0 Turner 3 0 0 Overby 300 Johns 200 1 0 0 la Sportllte bv JACK BARttA* Sports Gdltor 400 3 2 I n 2 I 3 2 I 4 1 2 With two all-star games on tap next week along with the Democratic National Convention, the TV scheduling on NBC-TV Is going to be fairly tight. The way things are set, the two ball games will come on earlier in the afternoon and then the Convention will start later in the afternoon. The first All-Star game from Kansas City will get underway at 1:45 p.m. and the convention coverage comes on at 6:30 p.m. The second All-Star game from New York will strut at 11:45 a.m. and the convention slated for 5 p.m. Of course if the second game happens to run over Into the convention time slot, the coverage of the game will continue until the finish. been the matt of ofa* nta selection along wtth fed Williams Is a popular me. Tin man «rtw hu ftvm •0 much to the game to «•• titled something back. Mmlal la a perfect gentleman at all ttmei and represents nomethlng greater than Just a batting avenge or ft notne run* Don't count Arnold ^Palmer out of the running in the*Britlsh Open yet. Although he Is seven strokes off the pace, Palmer is known as one of the greatest j clutch golfers in the game. Palmer will fire tremendous last minute rounds and wilt the opposition. against Sam Jones (10-8). Larry Jackson (10-8> bent the Giants for the fourth ime. Totals 32 INNING: Jackson's Columbia 4 7 Totals 32 9 10! 1234567 R H E i 001203 2—910 2 000301 0—4 7 3 Stan MuMal will In all probablltjr be playing In his final two All-Star games next week. Although Mplal has not Seven Strokes Back ArnoldPalmerWillGamble To Get Back in Contention Investment | The University of Illinois has ! captured some top grid talent I from the present crop of high [School seniors and Pete Elliott !is looking forward to some good j.years. Elliott is known as a top re; milter in the trade and can gen- jiTally lunrl the big ones. j Klliott is the typical "all-Amer- jicnn" looking man. Wilmer Mizell (5-5) was the winner, allowing four hits. Elroy Face wrapped it up in the ninth, allowing the Reds' fifth hit as dropped, to the No. 4 spot among ! mey lost Uieir {ourtn in a row the challengers, with Sonny Lls-l Spahn (8 . 5)t left ofl ^ All-Star ton in the No. 1 spot, Zora Folley> sta£f gained his 27th ^ ctory and second and Eddie Machen third. Carl (Bobo) Oslon of Portland, Ore., former middleweight champion, moved into the top 10 in the light heavyweight ranks by upsetting Mike Holt of South Africa. Bobo is ranked No. 7, and Holt dropped from third to sixth. Willie Pastrano of Miami went from No. 8 to No. 4, and Chic Calderwood of Scotland from No. 4 to No. 3. NBA World Champion Gene Fullmer of West Jordan, Utah, still is rated the No. 1 challenger League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 165 or more at bats) — Gentile, Baltimore, .331; Runnels, Boston, .329; Runs — Mantle, New York, 68; Maris, New York, 53. Runs batted in — Maris, New York,,68: Gentile, Baltimore, 58. Hits • — Runnels, Boston, 95; , Smith, Chicago, 93. in the middleweight class as a j Doubles — Skowron, New York, result of his second decisive vic-; 19; Runnels, Boston and Lollaiv! tory over Cannon Basilio. Paul j Chicago, 17. BULLETIN ST. ANDREWS, Scotland. fP Arnold Palmer of Latrobe. Pa., shot the third round of the British Open today in 3,4-36—70 for a total of 211, and forged within four strokes of the leader, ' Kel Nagle of Australia. Nagle had a 71 for 207. Roberto De Vincenzo of Mexico, who started the day as the leader with 134, blew up carding 75 for 209. Palmer's steady golf lopped one stroke off the margin that Nagle held over him at the start of the round, and five strokes off De Vincenzo's lead. The position going into the final round this afternoon was Nagle in front with 207, De Vincenzo second with 209, and Palmer and Sid Scott of England tied for third with 211. Flops, FOXX I Blondes Pace Applies Trumbull Field ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) \ GALESBURG, HI. (AP) -Jim- WARREN - ohio (AP > - Two —"I'm going to gambie." my Foxx, member of Baseball's dark horse blondes, neither , ""' $1b '°°° Trumh "'' Women's, Open . Golf Tourney wonl into ith sw ' on " round This is the spirit the U.S. Open j Hall of Fame who batted .364 and * m "' 18 '° P K moncy wlnncrs and Masters champion. Arnold | hit 58 homers in his peak year of; Md a om> -»l«*o <•<*& today as Palmer, carried fnto the last 36 j 1932 with the old Philadelphia j holes of the British Open golf [/Cs, has applied for Illinois unem- championship today, seven i ployment compensation, strokes behind pace-setting Rob- Old "double X", who reputedly Bonnie- Randolph of Naples. erto de Vicenzo. earned $250,000 during his 22 years Kla • un<;l Gloria Fecht of South "I gambled in the Masters and Jin the major leagues and lost. 1 ' 171 Pines. S.C., scored two-undei- bh-died the last two holes. I gam-!much of it in what he has said!' Jar 71s Thursday to move out bled again in the U.S. Open and!were "bad investments," applied front picked up seven strokes on the,for compensation Thursday which Bonnie, former Columbus, Ohio. last round to win," said Palmer;could bring him $35 n week for a>B' r '- llad fivp birdies on Trumbuli who is from Latrobe, Pa. 'maximum of 26 weeks. Country Club's 6,24tt yard, par-7:; "I'm not going to change those! Foxx said he was through withi 1 ^ 0 " 1 - wtlile Miss Fecht had methods now. If I were Roberto ithe restaurant that bore his namei tnrw birf l ie « and an eagle. I would-be inclined to play safe.:here. Its owners, Nunzio and Tony T" 6 latter came on tne 435-yard But the only way I can get near|Maugiari and Joe Donate, offered ( ' losir >g hole, where she chipped is to gamble. And that's what I'll j him the job as manager a year 3° vards into ^ cup. do-" jago after learning he was in finan- Palmer has had putting trou-icial straits. Saber's f bles all week. ; "it just didn't work out," said ' p 4 A hot streak "on tlie green is the way he could pull back the strokes. the owners in deciding not to re- : new Foxx' contract which expired: Norb's In Twin Bill Saturday jjune 1. "I'm just going out there to put! Foxx retired from the ball nearer the hole once I j about 15 years ago after playing (get on the green" he said. "--- " ...... ~ . - .! for the Athletics, Boston Red Sox, Pender of Brookline, Mass, is rec-j Tri p les _ >A pa ricio and Fox, i Cleveland ognized by Ring as tlie titlehold-j Chicago. y ; Snyder. Kansas Cityj Ba | tinlol . e er. Pender is recognized by Newj and Mantle; New York. 5. Chicago I York, Massachusetts and the Eu- 1 Home runs _ M aris. New York. Detroit iropean federation. J27; Mantle, New York and Lemon. | Terry Downes of England, who Washington. 20. ; looms as the next opponent of! stolen bases - Aparicio, Chica Pender, is ranked 10th in the 10 '/a But it was the big eights, the I 2nd - — Larry Beamon, Rock glamor boys, who stole the opening-day show. Springs,. (12-13) 1st. — Byron Jordan, California nipped Cornell's var-jCentral. 14Y'. sity by 15 feet in one heat, sur-| 2nd. — Carl Woodard, Olin. Carl Fors, North- j middleweight class, replacing Tiger Jones. Benny'Paret took over the welterweight crown through his victory over Don Jordan, the defeat go, 19; Landis. Chicago, 12. Pitching (based on 7 or more j decisions) — Coates, New York, ! 9-0, 1.000; B. Daley, Kansas City, 12-4, .750. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, Boston crews could well make the jaunt p r j s j ng Brown, battling the favor- (14-15) 1st. to Rome. ;ite s most of the way. faded at.the side. 18'10". Rousing finishes in three pre- enci and n n j s i led ^^ g) lead O f| v,,d. - Ron Ayers. Norlhside. liminaiy heats on Onodaga Lake | tnc , Union Boat club o{ Boston. : Baseball Throw Thursday left little doubt his! Tne Corncl | jm, ior vars ity lostl (io-lli 1st. - Dan Kennedy country has a bevy of well-1 lo N ;uy hy a narrow seven feet in matched eights, if not one that isj ;inothpl . Harvard, co-favored with outstanding. !California, was a disappointing The choice, as well as in six|, mit j small-boat classes, will come in) ln thp mj ,. d heat the Syracuse the finals Saturday over the 2,000 ' meter (1'i mile) course. America's hold on the dropping Jordan to third place ios ; Pascual, Washington, 94. behind challengers Luis Rodriguez of Cuba and Fredericoj Thompson of Argentina. ' National League Batting (based on 165 or more at has) — Mays, San Francisco, .361: Larker, Los Angeles. .347. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, 6fi; Skinner, Pittsburgh. 57. Runs batted in — Banks, Chica. , ,, , . ,go, 74; Aaron, Milwaukee, 65. A full slae ol games was ^ _ p it , sbui .g h , 107 ; Alumni Rowing Assn. held offiNorthsid.'. played in Die AJtori .Senjor| Mays San Francisco ]05 Navy's previously unbeaten! 2nd. - Mike Wyalt, Northside. ! churi ' h Sottball League Thur.s- j Doubles - Cunningham St won by 30 feet » Wash .i To)a| p laygl . ounc i Scores . Nort h. ;<>*>' nighl. | LouJS 22; Mays gan Francjsco Northside. 2nd. — John Spears, Olin. il2-13i 1st. — Joe Lutes, Olin. 2nd. — Tom Hand, Northside. (14-15i 1st. — Bev. TerryJ Hillcrest Wins In Church Piny By THE ASSOCIATOD PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. New York 45 27 .625 — • 42 30 .583 3 45 33 .563 41 34 .547 35 38 .479 34 39 .466 11V» 28 46 .378 ' 18 27 48 .360 19Vi Thursday Result* New York 6, Baltimore 3 (N) Chicago 9, Cleveland 3 (N) Detroit 6, Kansas City 3 Washington 6-2, Boston 5-4 (twi- night) Friday Games Cleveland at Chicago (N) Detroit at Kansas City (N) Washington at Baltimore (N) New York at Boston (N) Saturday Games Cleveland at Chicago Detroit at Kansas City <N) Washington at Baltimore New York at Boston The thing vhat surprised the)Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Scots was the calm way Palmer | Phils and compiling a .325 batting accepted it all. He was just the | average. He and his wile and two same a few hours after finding!sons made their home in Gales- himself seven strokes behind as;burg while he managed the res- he was when he shot his first' taurant. j round. , ———— _____ Sager's Drug and Norb's North baseball jsiders, two members of the Cit\ Softball League, will play a doubleheader at Watertower diamond Saturday night. The first game starts at 7 p.m. and the second contest at 9 p.m. Sag er's will use Watertower as its home diamond when playing independent games. The men who put Palmer under: n pressure were De Vicenzo, 37, an 1 rt'OteCl Argentinian who plays out of Mex- 4 ;ico, and Kel Nagle, 39, an Aus-,, itralian. J 2 De Vicenzo led the field-going into the last 36 holes with 67-67— 134. Nagle had 89-67-136. Then came Palmer, Peter Thomson of Australia and Sebastian Miguel of Spain at 141. Forty-seven survivors from an original 376 straters went into to- days' final 36 holes. International League Won't Play Anymore in Havana / MONTREAL (AP) — The Inter-j of the triple A league, announced national Baseball League has played its last game in Havana, at least for 1960. Frank Shaughne$sy, Thursday night that the Havana franchise will be moved within a !a few days to president i erg- our play- l Negotiations are under way for ithe Sugar Kings to play their remaining between 35 and 40 home i games in Jersey City's Roosevelt i Stadium, Cincinnati and possibly 'other cities. i The Sugar Kings have a working j | agreement with the Cincinnati KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP)—This i Willie Mays steps to the plate toj Reds of the National League, city will play host next Monday to j face the American League hurler, | Havana's next "home" game is Kansas City, on Ropes, Hosts First Star Game National . )msr>ball's All-Star game amid a growing battle to keep its place ;in the big leagues. oared event, supreme since 1920,j ington and Penn f UVO red in this'side 65. Central 63 Hellrung 45 faces a stern challenge in the 1960| heat wound up mird and fourtn Olympics from Germany and AUS-, California, the Navy plebes and Cornell's junior varsity wore to row in the first heat this afternoon. Matched in the second brace were the Navy and Cornell However, this country's small- boat fleet, dominated by Seattle's Lakte Washington Boat Club, appears more powerful than ever, j va ,. siljes and Syracuse. Lake Washington Boat Club, ap-j coxswain into the finals and three fours with and without cozswain into the semifinals. ; Harry Parker of the Philadelphia Vespers, a Navy lieutenant, j and Wayne Frye, one-time Navy, Stan Musial Sparks Victory ' ST. LOUIS (AP) - Stan Musi drove in three runs' Thursday as Ithe St. Louis Cardinals downed Main St. fdged Brown St.! ;8-7; Hillcrest downed Foster-! 'burg. 10-7; First Christian fle-j 21. Pittsburj Milwaukee perhaps Kansas City's own Bud (July 15 against Columbus Daley, a southpaw who has won I >- We nave to protect , - - l12 8 ames and might conceivably t an( j the onlv wav tn On u \. t W. L. Pet. G.B.; The first of baseball's big two- win another before Monday. iJJ ,£?«, wt of th£e^ iJ.U 17 28 .627 - same show will he nlnvprf in » Thf. K fadiiini'« sll<rhH« l«« «,.«!? '.....- . *' ^^Sft' jthe Giants 7-3 at San Francisco. 1 Cardinal pitching ace Larry! _ _ INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Jackson, after five failures, regis-j star, appeared headed tor a show- '' New Policy and T. V. Lark rate'tered his 10th victory of the sea-, i | as , he one -two choice today as a son °- v limiting the Giants to nine 1 ; field of nine shaped up for the nils ' walking three and striking 1 Bill Luening and Ron Thonui- '$100,000 added Hollywood Derby! 0 " 1 seven. Roxana, are participating in the Triples — Pinson. Cincinnati., g an ir,. an d sc o . ,,, ., „ „ , ,Bruton, Milwaukee, Kirkland, San'los AIIE feated him St. 10-7; All on Frand§00 and white, St. Loui s, 7 ;j & L " First Knntist uvm nvpr Hnlhi ».»••! *-,. • • «• . \oi, uuui t ii ni uaj^t io< vi uit uv cri LJ\. l l\l, \ U*i It Cilic'H2O HtlH SkillllPP Iritis r* ^!:.. Bn o d . C ,f! ge AVP ' edgfid !burgh, 6. ' ISS'deSia Home runs — Banks, Chicago, | Chicago 25; Aaron, Milwaukee, 23. ; Stolen bases — Mays, San Francisco, 19; Pinson, Cincinnati, 18. Pitching (based tin 7 or more! decisions) — Roebuck, Los Ange-i ies, 6-1, .857; Williams, Los Ange-j It-s. 8-2, .800. Chen-y St. 13-3 There were' two forfeits. Sunford Avr. forfeited Alton and St. .m a lorl'eit by St. ' 47 28 41 33 .554 39 36 .520 39 37 .513 39 38 35 40 32 45 29 44 game show will be played in a. The stadium's slightly less than . 5',ii 8 ,adium where Kansas City's fan- 31,000 grandstand seats all will .506 .467 .416 said. "The league 8 dom has proved its mettle by \ filled. There are no bleachers in i ^elfwhkh * there SitUatU>n S'/a 1 pouring through the turnstiles I the park. ' was any 9 12 16 to; .397 17 Thursday Kenults St. Louis 7. San Francisco 3 Pittsburgh 3, Cincinnati 2 (N) 15,000,000 srong watching the Am i letics in the five full seasons since ! the club was brought here in 1955 I from Philadelphia. (A repeat performance is scheduled for New (York two days later.) Now, since the death of major- Milwaukee 2, Philadelphia 0 ,(N) ity stockholder Arnold Johnson of Los Angeles 7, Chicago 1 (N) Friday Game* Chiuago last March, the club will be sold to the highest bidder. Foust Sigtis Hawk Contract TY,,, , Ul .„„.. lu> Suite Tennis Tourna Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los Angeles, 136; Friend, Pittsburgh, 103. Huron College of South Dakota ea rried a 28-game winning Larry Foubt, a 10-year vet- Saturday. Besides Mural's iwo doubles,.Ja.\eee> Candidates deemed likely to be JlJ1 ' t'unnm«hain liu.l a triple and; merit at Peoria Friday and"s'a".i slre " k into ils linal football entered were Nagea. B'ince a single and scored twice. ui'duy. |Eame of the season and lost tn Blessed, Henrijan. Tempestuous. Tl "' l-'ai'tliniil> aiv no unl\ one I.uenin.e won the local ,la\cee fsollllei ' n State Teachers of Ab- eran who hat. seen service with Blank Check. First Balcon.s, Top « iinl(1 behind sas«in« third place tennis tourney aluii« with l),nn,' :erdeen ' S ' D ' Caliber. New Policy and T. vJ 8 " 11 Ki-Hiifisei. in ih, National! Roe. j^^^^_——^_~._—_. Lark. .l.eagui. liuut \n. hnirih-pluee Loi., Roe has moved to California The derby is run at a mile and 1 Angeles is percentage points ahead |and runner-up Ron Thomas ua one-quarter. ]° l s '. Louis j named to fill in. New Policy merits his tavor- Tonight Rookie Ray Sadeckl (2- The boys will play both in the Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2, Whether the Athletics, currently N) Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) i floundering in seventh place in the The playing field, which the players say is the best in the American League, is somewhat confining in the left field and left center areas where ^a medium power drive can clear'the 20-foot fence for a home run. Kansas Cltians for the most part are optimistic that they can keep the Athletics here and eventually see a club that will play in another big baseball show—the World i American League, remain here Series. They already have pledged j depends on whether the sucwssful'$2^000,000 toward the purchase of danger to our personnel I was to have the authority to move the franchise." Shortly before Shaughnessy confirmed the reports of the possible transfer of the Havana franchise, 5ugar King owner Bobby Maduro said in Havana: "I am not moving the franchise and 1 am not leaving Cuba. If the other teams feel they have not had more than ample demonstrations of friendliness and courteous hospitality of the Cuban people, they St. Louis at San Francisco (N) 1 purchaser is a Kansas City snycli- the A's. There are plenty morej ean 6° ahead and do what they Saturday cate or one outside the city, like Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N> Johnson's, willing to operate it three clubs, bigned his contract for the coming season with the St. Louis Hawks, General Manager Ed Macauley announced. An outstanding p i v o t m a n, Foust came to the Hawks last Feb. 15 from Minneapolis after spending nearly three seasons with the Lakers. He came to Minneapolis in 1957 from De- troJt in exchange for Waller New PO|R '> and T v Dukw , J'utter with Bill Harmatz in the Omr'of the top eager* in th* !lia * lle - *'» earr >' ™ P 0 " 1 ^ Cincinnati at Milwaukee St. Louis at Los Angeles (N) Chicago at San Francisco .here'in Municipal Stadium. This will be the backdrop Mon-'apolis and other cities who want :day when the National League's'to move the club. small investors who will swell that| want amount In bidding against inter-; Shaughnessy said he might be able to announce today the sites of the remainder of Havana's home games. ests in Dallas, Houston, iUiruie i It's role, however, it'for no other i *' is scheduled to pitch against reason that his 1.46 3-5 track rei:-j tlM ' Giants' Jack Banford <8-5i. ord time for a mile and one-eighth in the recent Cinema Handicap at Hollywood Park. singles and doubles matches .it the Bradley University courts'. nation It LaSalle College, Foust broke into pro basketball with the then Fort Wayne J J is- tom in 1WO- He had oritfinuJI) dlftfttd by the Chicago btti was textured by Uu- Wtttn the Chicago pituUtled prior U> 1960-51 M»»on. \ The others shoulder a feather Little Leagues hll » Hurt.- ID. 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