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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 10,1963 Dodgers and Giants In Crucial Series By MIKE RATIIET Associated Press Sports Writer The Angeles Dodgers prepared today for another showdown xvith San Francisco after concluding a road trip with a five-game winnng streak, a slim hold on the National League lead and a theory that where there's a Wills there's a way. The Wills leading the way is Maury, the little speedster who hns turned slugger since recover- witli New York, losing 8-7 before walloping the Mets 10-4. Philadelphia edged Cincinnati 8-7 in 10 innings but the Reds won 3-1 behind John Tsitouris' four-hitter. Pittsburgh's Bob Friend blanked Milwaukee 4-0. then the Braves took the nightcap 5-3. The Mels benefited from Cardinal errors by Bill White and Stan Musial, collecting four runs on the two muffs to take a large step to the opening game victory. JMi.T I 141 111^X1 «Ji\»f-,f,»-» t rp.•»._.• ._»».•• • 1 J ins from an injury and led LosM" •'«• niRhtcap. thr Cards piled Angeles to five straight victories!"!' "<» p ™" s '" Uie spventh and -the latest an 11-8 conquest ofj^hlh innings - four coming on the Chicago Cubs Sunday. -™ inside-thp-park grand Wills followed up a four-hit performance Saturday with a 3-for-5 effort against the Cubs Sunday, driving in three key runs with a bases loaded double in the sixth inning. The spurt has raised Wills' average from .252 to .290 and revitalized a slumping Los Angeles attack just in time for the start of a two-game series tonight against third-place San Francisco. The Giants are two games behind following their seventh straight loss. 3-0 at Houston as reliever Hal (Skinny) Brown pitched one-hit ball for the Colts over the final 6 1-3 innings in the first Sunday night game in major league history. Second-place St. Louis, one-half game back, set the doubleheader pattern for the day by splitting homer Tim slam McCarver. White also homered in support of Ruy Sadecki. 3-4. Tsitouris got all the support he needed in the Reds' nightcap triumph on homers by Vada Pinson and Pele Rose, who accounted for another run with a sacrifice fly. The Rods led the opener 7-2 behind Bob Purkey going into the ninth but homers by Don Demeter. Jim Lemon and John Callison —his second of the game—tied the score. The Phillies than pushed the winner across in the 10th on Bobby Wine's infield single. Friend, 8-4. won the opener for the Pirates with home run support from Ted Savage and Donn Clendenon and a two-run double by Roberto Clemenle. Warren Spahn, 8-3, got credit for the Braves' nightcap triumph with Bob Shaw's relief help. Julius Boros Hot, Breaks Flint Mark against Chester, p.m. GRAND BLANC, Mich. (AP)— Big, muscular Julius Boros loomed as a clear threat for the National Open Golf championship today in the wake of his record- smashing triumph in the $52,000 Flint Open. The solid man from North Carolina breezed around the 7,280-yard Wai-wick Hills "monster" course in two more sub-par showings Sunday for a 14-under-par total of 274, five strokes ahead of the field. Boros' performance, in which he led from the start of play Friday after Thursday's rain-out, broke the Flint Open record by eight strokes. AH his four rounds were sub-par. Pocketing 59,000 in top prize money, Boros planned to put in two practice rounds in New York today prior to Tuesday's 36-hoIe metropolitan sectional qualifica- Two Illinois Preps Landed SHREVEPORT. La. — David Bush, six-foot, eight-inch basket- bailer from Freeburg, HI., has signed a grant-in-aid with Centenary College, Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach Orvis Sigler announced today. Bush is the second prep prospect to sign with Centenary this year. Loren Wallace of Jerseyville, 111., younger brother of ex- Gent star Riley Wallace, was already in the fold. Bush was the regular center on a Freeburg Commercial High School club that posted a 25-5 record last season, took first place in the Cahokia Conference without a league loss and advanced to the Illinois regional playoffs. The tall youth averaged 18 points a game in his senior year, was the team's second-best field goal accuracy — 45 per cent. He had averaged 15 points a game as a Frecburk junior and 18 as a .sophomore at Petlersburg, Jnd., High School. tions for the open June 20-22 at Brookline, Mass. With his 66-71-68-69 string, Boros led runner-up Dow Finsterwald by five strokes. Dow shot a 279. George Bayer was third with 280. With a recent money-winning streak, including two tournament victories and two second places, Boros went into third place in the pros' 1963 cash earnings. The North Carolinian's comeback after an injury-plagued 1962 season has brought him $43,325 in winnings. Jack Nicklaus leads with S57.615 and Tony Lema is second with $49,006. Boros' 274 in the Flint broke the tournament record of 282 which Finsterwald and Art Wall Jr. set together in 1959. Finster- walk, Bayer and George Knudson, fourth with 281, also broke the 1959 record. Defending champion Bill Collins finished well down the list with 292. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Sunday's Results Syracuse 6-3, Arkansas 5-2 Atlanta 6-2, Toronto 5-6 Columbus 5-1, Indianapolis 4-3 Jacksonville 16-0, Rochester 5-5 Buffalo 5-4, Richmond 4-3 Saturday's Results Syracuse 10, Arkansas 3 Toronto 3, Atlanta 2 Columbus 4, Indianapolis 3 (15 inings) Rochester 6, Jacksonville 4 Richmond 5, Buffalo 0 Pacific Coast League Seattle 1-0, Portland 0-2 Oklahoma City 9-6, San Diego 4-3 Hawaii 7-9, Denver 2-8 Spokane 1, Taeoma 0 Dallas-Fort Worth at Salt Lake, postponed, rain Saturday's Results Dallas-Fort Worth 8, Salt Lake 1 Taeoma 4-5, Spokane; 0-0 Hawaii 5, Denver 4 Portland 8, Seattle 3 f Motor leaauej STANDINGS By TIIK ASSOCIATED PKESS America n League W. L. 33 23 \'>1 23 21 25 25 24 26 31 29 38 Pet. (J.B. National I W. Los Angeles .. 32 Alt-Wood, Chiefs Split Doubleheader ROXANA — The Alt-Wood Mcr- clianls nnrl Alton Jackson Chiefs split n softbal! doublohpader Saturday night, flip Chiefs winning the first game. 13-3. and the Merchants coming back to fake the second encounter, 12-1. Risler started for Alt-Wood and was relieved by Johnson in the fourth. The Chiefs collected 13 hits off them. Br.vnnt started for the Chiefs mid \vns relieved by Cnlvin in the fourth. Calvin held the Merchnnts scoreless the, final thre Carey hit two homers for the Chiefs and Calvin poked one. Davis and Noll each had one for the Merchants. Kincher had a double and single for the Merchants. In the second game. Garner scattered lour Chief hits in earning the win as Crotchet! took the loss. Keeley relieved in the sixth inning for the Chiefs. Alt-wood pounded out 10 hits Including a homer by Bur- ine.ster. Sunday night Alt-Wood lost a doubleheader to strong DeVille Motors of St. Louis, 8-3 and 8-0. Rister was the first game loser, giving up 10 hits. Heck was the winner, allowing six hits. Lancaster pitched two-hit ball in blanking; the Merchants in the second game. West and Zuiuwalt got (lie Merchant hits. Garner took the loss, giving up all eight runs aJid eight hits. Johnson relieved in the sixth. All-Wood plays Wednesday night n the St. Louis County League WRONG WAY HORSE CINCINNATI—Track workers rush Pop, which died almost immediately lo aid unconscious jockey William Silva after colliding headon with Silva's at River Downs Race Track after freak mount, Hard To Hold. Rico Pop wheeled collision of two horses Saturday. Silva, after start of fifth race, tossed off his 20, of New Orleans, suffered a broken rider, and started running wrong-way right leg, severe mouth and face cuts around the track, meeting rest of field and other injuries. At right is colt Rico at top of stretch. (AP Wirephoto) Chicago Fans Going Nuts Over the Cubs Collinsville Legion Nips Alton, 4-2 The Alton American Legion Post 156 baseball team committed two costly errors in the sixth Inning Sunday afternoon and lost to Collinsville, 4-2, in a Legion league game at Riverfront Park. Dimhntn started (or the Alton (earn and hurled hltless ball for five innings. But, the lendoff hatter for Collinsville in the sixth, <ip|K>slng pitcher Gelger, got (he first hit for his team when his line drive glanced off Dunham's right wrist. Yates walked. Mueller grounded to Shortal at first, but his throw to second was wild, allowing one run to cross the plate and the other runners to third and second. A sacrifice fly brought in a run and when Wooff's throw lo third got away from Terry, the ;hird run of the inning scored. Alton cnmo back in its half of the sixth when Wooff hom- ered. But, Sheldon relieved Ociger and shut the door on the local nine. Alton plays at Mascoutah at 6 p.m. today in another league ;ame. Collinsville (4) Alton (2) Player AB R II Player AB R H Pacific, Mo. at Man- Mo. Game time is 9 1ST GAME Chiefs (13) Alt-Wood (3) Player Smith Carey Walking Ebbeler Calvin Finn AB R H Player 5 3 1 Wlntjen 343 Ftncher 5 1 1 West 5 1 1 Metz 411 Simpson 3 1 1 Davis Palermo 412 Noll Sclill- Johnson linger 202 Rister Bryant 1 1 1 AB R H 3 1 1 302 400 3 0 1 200 3 I 1 3 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 Totals Inning: Chiefs Alt- Wood 25 3 8 R H E 030306 1—13 13 0 1002000—3 8 5 36 13 13 Totals 1234567 2ND GAME Chiefs (1) Alt-Wood (12) Player AB R H Player AB R H Smith 401 Wintjen 422 Carey 300 Simpson 522 Watkins 3 0 1 Bunnester 422 By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO vn — Baseball fans n Chicago are delightfully dizzy. Sure, those Cubs on the North Side lost three to the Los Angeles Dodgers after sweeping four from he San Francisco Giants. But ihey're still up there in National contention as they open a veek's road trip tonight, in Houston. After two games in the Texas city they go lo San Francisco and x>s Angeles. Returning from the road for a veek's home stand are the White Sox, leading the American League after a 4-3 victory at Kansas City. They take on the Minnesota Twins Tuesday night, then Los Angeles and Kansas City. The Cubs' comeback, however, Ebbeler Calvin Finn Schll- liiiRer Palermo Keeley Crotchett Totals Inning: 300 Metz 300 Davis 200 Codar 2 1 0 Bruckert 302 Garner 000 300 421 2 1 0 3 1 1 401 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (125 at bats)—Malzone, Boston, .351; Kaline, Detroit, .332. Runs — Allison, Minnesota, 40; Kaline, Detroit, 37. Runs batted in—Kaline, Detroit, 41; Allison, Minnesota. 40. Hits—Pearson, Los Angeles, 73; Fox, Chicago, 66. Doubles—Versalles, Minnesota, 16; Power, Minnesota. 13. Triples—Hinton, Washington, 3; Clinton, Boston and Cimoli, Kansas City, 5. Home runs—Allison, Minnesota, 15; Wagner, Los Angeles, 13. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 17; Wood, Detroit and Hinton, Washington, 8. Pitching (Five decisions) — Stock, Baltimore, 5-0, 1.000; Bouton, New York, 7-1, .S7fi. Strikeouts—Pasnual, Minncsota, S2; Barber, Baltimore, 81. .5X9 .582 .571 .528 .519 .510 .469 .406 .442 4% Wa Chicago Baltimore ... New York ... Minnesota ... Kansas City . Boston 25 Cleveland .... 23 Los Angeles .. 27 31 .406 17 Detroit 23 29 .442 8 Washington .. 19 Sunday's licsultK Los Angeles 4, Minnesota 2 Chicago 4, Kansas City !! New York 6, Del roil 2 Cleveland 7. Washington 3 Boston 3, Baltimore 2 (14 innings) Saturday', Kesulls Boston 7, Baltimore 1 Cleveland 6, Washington 1 Kansas City 7, Chicago 6 Detroit 8, New York 4 Minnesota 9, Los Angeles 3 Today's Games New York at Washington Cleveland at Baltimore (N) Los Angeles at Kansas City (N) Boston at Detroit (N) Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Los Angeles at Kansas City (N) Minnesota at Chicago (N) Boston at Detroit Cleveland at Baltimore (N) Only games scheduled — 'St. Louis 33 '•i'San Francisco 31 '/ii Chicago .. Cincinnati Pittsburgh L. 23 25 26 26 2(i 28 29 30 36 Put. G.IJ. .582 — .569 Mi .514 2 .544 2 .519 3 l /fe .500 4U> .473 « .455 7 .379 Milwaukee Philadelphia . 25 New York Sunday's Itosulfs New York 8-4, St. Louis 7-10 Philadelphia 8-1, Cincinnati 7-3 Osl game 10 innings) Los Angeles 11, Chicago S Pittsburgh 4-3. Milwaukee remains a hot baseball item hereabouts, and Wrigley Field has not rocked with such excitement generated by the team in years. The largest crowd in three years —35,743—jammed the park Sunday. The Cubs lost 11-8 to the Dodgers, but there was plenty to hoot-'n-holler about — like Ernie Banks' three homers. It was the fourth time in his career he hit that many in a game. Ron Santo also added a home run. But five pitchers gave up 13 hits to the Dodgers. And if that weren't enough, one run was walked across and two more scored on wild pitches in a four- run sixth that choked off a Cub rally. Eight-game winner Dick Ellsworth was tagged for his fourth defeat. Los Angeles Fans Brace For 'Frisco Invasion LOS ANGELES (APJ — You probably have to go back to Athens and Sparta to find two cities less in love with each other than San Francisco and Los An- jeles. This is one way of explaining ,vhy 100,000 people will spend ?250.000 the next couple of nights to watch the Giants play the Dodgers in a baseball series that will leave the two clubs no more than a few games apart with more than 100 games to go. On the strength of their recent record, one might marvel that the Giants could outdraw a lecture on etruscan ceramics. They suffered their seventh straight loss Sunday when they were beaten 3-0 at Gutierrez Bout BOSTON (AP)—Lou Gutierrez, Central American middleweight champion from Managua, Nicaragua, meets Mel Fulgham of Wheeling, W.Va., in the feature 10 round fight at Boston Area tonight. John Lucas produced an unbeaten Penn State cross-country team in his first campaign as bead coacn last fall. National League Batting (125 at bats I—Groat, St. Louis and Covington, Philadelphia, .340. Runs—Flood, St. I-ouis, 50; H. aron, Milwaukee, 48. Runs batted in—Robinson, Cincinnati, 44; II. Aaron, Milwaukee and Boyer, St. Louis, 41. Hits — Groat, St. Louis, SI; White, St. Louis, 75. Doubles—Cepeda, San Francisco, 16; Groat, St. Louis, 15. Triples — Pinson, Cincinnati, 7; Brock, Chicago and Skinner, Cincinnati, 6. Home runs—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 17; Banks, Chicago, 13. Stolen bases—Robinson, Cincinnati, 15; Pinson, Cincinnati and Wills, Los Angeles, 14. 1 Pitching (Five decisions) — i f).5|P<Ti'anoski. Los Angeles, 7-1, .N7.Y. < Fcneinv returned to Penn State's intercollegiate program last, year-'for the first time in 10 years. SPORTSMAN'S' ROUTING SKUNKS Houston !!. San Francisco 0 Salurda.v's lii'sult* Houston 2, San Francisco 1 Lo.s Angeles SI, Chicago 5 St. Louis 4, New York 0 Cincinnati 1, Philadelphia 0 Pittsburgh 6, Milwaukee 4 Today's Games Cincinnati at New York (N) Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N) St. Louis at Pittsburgh (N) San Francisco at Los Angeles (N) Chicago at Houston (N) Tuesday's Game* Cincinnati at New York Milwaukee al Philadelphia (N) St. Ixmis at Pittsburgh (N) Chicago at Houston (N) San Francisco at Los Angeles (N) Pittsburgh, 6-1. .857. Strikeouts—Dr.vsdale, Los Angv- li-s, 1 JH; Koufax, Los Angele. 11 , 92. MIDWEST LEAGUE Sunday's Games Burlington 4-12, Wisconsin Rapids 3-5 Clinton 9-13, Dubuque 3-3 Quad Cities 14-3, Waterloo 1-0 Cedar Rapids 6-3, Decatur 4-15 Quincy 12, Fox Cities 3 Saturday's Games Decalur 11, Quincy 9 Burlington 9, Waterloo 1 Clinton 8, Dubuque 2 Cedar Rapids at Wisconsin Rapids, doubleheader, ppd., rain Quad Cities at Fox Cities, ppd., rain Houston. Since they left home last month, the Giants have lost 11 of 14. The Dodgers, who beat Chicago 11-8 Sunday, had to win their last five just to break even on their 14-game trip. But they did come home in first place, one-half gane ahead of St. Louis and two games ahead of the Giants and Ccbs. Right-hander Juan Marichal (8-3) will start for San Francisco tonight against right-hander Bob Miller (4-2), who has never beaten the Giants. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK — Emile Griffith, 46V2, New York, outpointed Luis Rodriguez, 146V&, Miami, 15. Griffith regained world welterweight title. TOKYO — Charles Snipes, 150, Oakland, Calif., knocked out Noboru Saito, 154%, Japan, 4. MEXICO CITY—Juan Ramirez, 124?4, Mexico, outpointed Eloy Sanchez, 126, Mexico, 32. Ramirez retained Mexican featherweight title. Midwest Standings Pet. G.B. .725 — .611 5 .514 8 .486 9 .472 .457 .455 .432 .425 .394 10 WVi lOVi 11'/a 12 Clinton 29 II Burlington ... 22 14 Fox Cities .... 19 18 Quad Cities ..18 19 Waterloo 17 19 Dubuque 16 19 Cedar Rapids 15 18 Decatur 16 21 Quincy 17 23 Wis. Rapids .. 13 20 Lenoir Wins 'Bama Tennis Crown MOBILE, Ala. (AP)—Top seeded Billy Lenoir of Tucson, Ariz., won the Alabama State Open Tennis Championship Sunday. He defeated Andy Lloyd, of Shreveport, 6-0, 0-6, 8-6. Rejuvenation of the Cubs has transfomied Wrigley Field from a ballroom of waltzes to a rock-'n- roll pad. Attendance is 100,000 ahead of last year, when the turnstile click faded to 609.000 — lowest since 1943. It may reach a million for the first time since 1952, when heavy-hitting Hank Sauer caught the imagination of the fans and won the league's most valuable player award. Mail is up 40 per cent as requests come in for pictures, auto stickers, schedules, good luck wishes, etc. Advance ticket sales are on a 30 per cent increase with orders being received for games next month rather than next week. And more teams are putting out feelers for trades than they have done in recent years. "Three or four years ago we started our youth move," says ;eneral manager John Holland. "Now these players are established and there is a sharp rise in interest by other teams for trades. This is natural." Typical of renewed interest is what happened to field boss Bob Kennedy Sunday in the dugout before game time. He got word someone wanted to see him. "It was a fellow I went to school with and I hadn't seen him in 25 years," said Bob. "He lives way out south. Maybe, lie's a White Sox fan—I don't know—but here he was in Wrigley Field looking me up." Helping swell Sunday's attend ance were Bob's parents, His wife, and five children. They were all out celebrating Kennedy's 18th wedding anniversary. Glen Hobbie (1-5) will be the Cubs' mound choice in Houston tonight. He will face Dick Drott (2-3). The While Sox edged the A's in the ninth Sunday when Ron Hansen doubled home the winning run. Pete Ward's leadoff single and a sacrifice preceded Hansen's clutch hit and gave the victory to Juan Pizarro, 6-2, in one of Ms rare relief appearances. Stater Gary Peters singled in the Sox' first two runs in the sixth and Ward homered in the seventh. The Sox enjoyed a rest today. They take on the Minnesota Twins al home Tuesday night. Chiefs Take Doubleheader SPRINGFIELD — The Alton Jackson Chiefs captured a doubleheader Sunday over the Springfield Hawks by scores of 3-2 and 5-3. Crotoliott was the winning pitcher in the opener as each team banged five hits. Finn slammed a homer for Alton. Dee took the loss for Springfield. In the second game Bryant was the winner and Roger Smith blasted a roundtripper. Swingler took the loss. The Chiefs get back into action Friday night at Waterloo against the host team. t-r SKUNKS OFTEN TAKE UP RESIDENCE UNDER THB FCOOR OP VACANT HOU8E9, CT CETERA, IN RURAU AREAS. IF A FAMILY HAS »MOVEP lN*yOUR SUMMER CABIN DURING YOUR ABSENCE* THROW A HANOFU. OP MOTH BAUJS IK THEIR BNTRANCE AMP THE SKUNKS WtU- tBAVB SHOR* iy. WAIT A FEW PVWS,THEN W.U9 TWEENTRV. 4, BOTANY "500" SUITS FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY! Net Appro»im«t«ly $12,000 te $18,000 Yitrly! Lei us show you by certified profit statements how you can net 20% of gvoss sules operating u fabulous now Clbo House. Tnor- ouahly proven specialty menu featuring fast-selling pizza. 11 successful unlls already operating ... 9 more opening soon In 10 irwjor cities. 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Radatz' stout effort was backed by the Chuck Schilling-Russ Nixon hitting combination that produced the lying run in the ninth and the winning run in the 14th. With Baltimore losing, the Chicago White 'Sox jumped into the lead by one-half game with a 4-3 squeaker over Kansas City. Ron Hansen doubled home the deciding run in the ninth and starter- turned reliever Juan Pizarro registered a brilliant, pitching perform- Yates Mueller Lorenz Russell .1 1 0 Baiter 4 1 0 Wooff 3 0 0 Davis 1 0 0 Cotton Shemoney 200 Terry Lewis Eckert Rednour Geiger Sheldon ;t 0 0 Holder. 2 1 1 Grlmslcy 200 Shortnl 211 Dunham 1 0 0 3 0 3 I 1 :i 0 0 3 1 0 300 300 3 0 1 3 0 1 100 Totals 23 4 2 Totals 25 2 4 Inning: 1234567 RHE Collinsville 0000031—4 2 .1 Alton 0100010—2 4 2 Bushy's Splits Doubleheader Bushy's split a doubleheader with P. N. Hirsch of Kane Sunday, winning the opener, 9-7, dropping the nightcap, 4-0. In the opening contest Downer was the winner in relief of Elledge as Sonny Bryant connected for a four-bagger. Graner took the loss for Kane. Bushy's was shut out on five liits in the nightcap by Willson. Overby and Brangenberg slammed two run homers for Kane. Downer took the loss. Bushy's, seeking ils 22nd win against four losses, , plays Laclede Steel at Watertower Park Monday night at 7:30. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League New York (Bouton 7-1 and Downing 0-0) at Washington (Osteen 0-4 and Rudolph 3-7) 2, twi- night Cleveland (Latman 1-2) at Baltimore (McCormick 1-2) N. Los Angeles (Nelson 2-3 ->r Osinski 4-2) at Kansas City (Pena 5-6) N. Boston (Morehead 3-4) at Detroit (Faul 2-1), N. Only games scheduled National League San Francisco (Marichal 8-3) at Los Angeles (Miller 4-2), N. St. Louis (Gibson 4-3) at Pittsburgh (Schwall 3-3), N. Chicago (Hobbie 1-5) at Houston (Drott 2-3), N. Cincinnati (Jay 3-8) at New York (Stallard 0-3), N. Milwaukee (Hendley 4-3) at Philadelphia (Culp 7-3), N. Oncinnatian Wins Archery Crown CINCINNATI (AP) - World amateur archery champion Nancy Vonderheide won the Women's Midwestern Archery Championship Sunday with a total of 2,655 points. Another Cincinnatian, 15-year- old Debbie Clark, finished second with 2,582. Margaret Till berry, a professional from Springfield, Ohio, won in her division with 2,698. The men's professional title went to Bill Partin of Clarendon Hills, 111., with 2,767. First Night Race PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP)-Narragansett Park launches the first night thoroughbred racing in its 30-year history tonight. Mufflers Installed As Low As 6 Use Your Credit Allstate Mufflers for . . . Silence, Safety, Savings. SEARS-ALTON Dick Radatz Bumps Orioles From First ance for the White Sox. Also in the AL — four home runs powered the New York Yankees over Detroit 6-2, ending a three-game losing string for the Bombers; Ken McBride, on a day of personal tragedy, pitched the Harry Bright, Tom Tresh, Clete Boyer and Hector Lopez all hom- ered for the Yankees and southpaw Whitey Ford pitched an eight-hitter in winning his eighth against three losses. The victory was only the second In the last eight games for New York and only the second in eight meetings this year with the Tigers. McBride, whose brother was killed in an automobile accident only hours before game time, al- owed seven hits before being lifted with two on and one out in the ninth against the Twins. Vic Davalillo, Woodie Held and Fred Whitfield had three hits each as the Indians completed n. three-game sweep at Washington. Gary Bell, 3-4, won it with six relief innings and the loss went to Senator starter Tom Cheney, 5-7. Cards Blow One, Then Romp, 104 NEW YORK (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Mets traded misplays and victories Sunday in New York and the swap cost the Cardinals a share of first place in the National League. New York won the first game, 8-7, and the Cardinals took the second. 10-4. The Mets gave away four runs on four errors in the opener. The Cardinals found fielding even more difficult. They made two erros for four unearned Met runs, including one in a three-run decisive New York seventh inning. The other two markers in that inning scored on a walk and a wild pitch. New York had scored three times in the sixth when Curt Flood slipped on a fly to center and eorge Altman failed to hold a drive to right. The Mets retaliated with more kindness in the second contest. Bill White's ninth homer and a four-run seventh gave St. Louis a 5-1 lead. Dick Groat then led off the eighth with a walk. Ken Boyer reached base on a throwing error and Altman beat ' out a bunt. Charlie James singled home one run and then Tim McCarver got an inside-the-park grand slam homer when Rod Kahehl slipped when about to catch a routine line drive. Ray Sadecki survived homers by Charley Neal and Jim Hickman in the eighth for his third straight victory after four defeats. The split dropped the Cardinals one game behind the first-place Los Angeles Dodgers, who won a single contest in Chicago. St. Louis moves to Pittsburgh to open a two-game series tonight. Bob Gibson (4-3) will pitch against Don Schwall (3-3) of the Pirates. SATURDAY St. Louis (4) New York (0) Player AB R H Player AB R H BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATKD PRESS BATTING—Ernie Banks, Cubs, slugged three homers for four runs batted in as Chicago lost to National League leading Los Angeles 11-8. Pitching—Dick Radatz, Red sox, pitched six scoreless innings, striking out 10 in 3-2, 14- inning triumph over Baltimore that dropped Orioles into second place in American League behind Chicago. Boxer Remains On Critical List A'MARILLO, Tex. (AP) — Ray Hubbel, 24, of Lovelland, Tex., remained in critical condition after being knocked out in the third round of a four-round professional bout Friday night. Flood White Groat Musial Carmel Boyer Altman Javier McCarver 4 Brogllo 0 2 Plersall 511 Krancpool •1 1 1 Hunt 300 Kanehl 010 Thomas 302 Jackson 402 Harkness 400 Fernandez 0 0 Nea! 411 Sherry Hlckman Beam- earth CralR Taylor 0 0 0 0 300 0 1 1 0 0 000 400 3 0 1 300 200 1 0 0 000 200 1 0 0 Totals 36 4 9 Totalls 29 0 2 Inning: 123458789 II H E St. Louis 110010100—4 9 0 N. Y. 000000000—021 1ST GAME St. Louis <7) New York (8) Player AB R H Player AB R II Flood White Groat Musial James Boyer Altman Javier SawatskI 4 1 1 Kanehl 533 Fernandez 5 1 2 Hunt 100 Thomas 2 0 o Hickman 5 0 2 Cook 501 Harkness 4 1 1 Plersull 200 Sherry McCarver 010 Wllley Oliver 000 Bearn- 200 earth Simmons Buuta Carmel Humphreys Olivo Shantz Burke Totals Inning: 2 2 3 1 0 3 1 1 3 2 I 2 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 400 200 000 000 Kranepool 100 100 Rowe 000 Cisco 100 000 000 000 1 0 0 37 7 10 Totals 32 8 6 123466789 RUE SI. Louis 200000302— 7 10 2 N. Y. 0 0 2 0 0 3 3 0 X— 8 B 4 2ND GAME St. Louis (10) New York (4) Player AB R 11 Player AB R It 4 0 1 Kanehl 1 Neal Flood White Groat Carmel Boyer Altman Maxvill James Javier 4 1 321 Hunt 1 5 0 4 1 2 400 4 2 'A 1 00 0 1 Thomas 0 0 Hlckman :i 2 2 Harkness 1 0 0 Cook I 0 1 422 Moran 200 4 1 0 Fernandez 200 McCarver 423 Sherry 400 Sadecki 402 Hook 200 McKenzle 000 Snider 1 0 0 Bearn- earth 000 Piersall 1 0 1 Totals 37 10 13 Totals 35 4 10 Inning: 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 S 0 II H E St. Louts 0001 0045 0—10 13 0 N. Y. 000000130— 4 10 1 LEVI'S 20 styles & patterns Including the newest "Dart" & Spikes GREENFIELD'S 309 Belle St. LEARN S TO FLY 110 plus 80* WALSTON ** Serv. For VACATION Money ••• ^PUBLIC FINANCE ** t . Fast Service ... Up to $80O . . . On sensible plans Money to Go Now—Pay Later. Thousands use our plana every year for their vacations—you can, too. With good credit and steady employment, you're ail set. Call, write, or come In lodpy for the amount you want. 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