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ALTON EVENING ens on Sa Bill Mathews Will Defend His Crown 16th Annual Men's 36-Hole Invitational Medal Golf Tourna- itient, with entries from Alton Godfrey, Wood River, Coilinsvllle, Belleville, East St. Louis, Granite City, Hamel, Edwardsville, St. Louis and Centralla, will open play Saturday at the Rock Spring Golf Course, The" second round of the tour* hey Mil be played Sunday with the \vinner being crowned late Sunday afternoon. A number of former champ* Ions are back again this yeah Last year's winner, Bill Mathews of Affton, Mo,, will be seeking his second title. Walter Calvey of Jerseyville, 1D61 winner, will be go- Ing after Ills fifth title In city play- Other past champions include Carl Colborn, John Hand and James McBrien. Rock Spring will be closed to non-tournament golfers this weekend. The course is said to be in excellent condition. Here are the starting times for the golfers already entered in the tournament. There are still some opening remaining in the morning and afternoon. Any golfer interested in playing in the tournament is urged to contact the Recreation Department. The golfers are listed in alphabetical order: Awe, Robert 1:56, Bacus, James 8:28, Bacus, Marion 8:28, Barr, Joseph J. 10:04, Berg, William A. 1:32, Bosnak, John 8:28, Bott Fred 8:36, Bouillon, Ralph 1:08, Bredall, Frank N. 1:08, Buehlman, Bill 8:28, Buchanan, Jack 2:12, Butchart, Donald 2:20, Calvey, Walter 8:36, Carril, Frank 9:24, Colborn, Carl 9:24, Collida, Bart P. 2:28, Cooksey, Jerry 1:16, Cox, George 1:16, Cross, Ted 9:32, Crowe, Jack 2:04, Davis, Bob 8:12, Dial, Emery N. 1:00, Dick : ens, Gary 1:16, Donelson, Byrl 8:04, Drew, William 2:12, Duick, Steve 9:32, Dupske, Don 9:48. Durham, E. Russell 8:52. Emmons, Larry P. 1:56, Eubanks, Sam"S:12, Felty, Ken 9:08, Fox Russ 1:00, Freeborg, Ray 1:00. Goodman, Larry 8:36, Griffith, George 1:48, Grogg, Ken 8:52, Hagan, Russ 1:24, Hagen, Glenn R. 2:28. Hand, John R. 9:00, Harmon, Gene 10:04, Hartman, Charles 1:08, Hartwig, Edward 8:52, Rickey, John 2:28, Houston, Gordon 8:36, Ingram, Glen 9:16, Jansco, Jan 8:44, Kirchner, Peter Allen 9:16, Kitchens, Freddie 3:16, Kopsie, Michael A. 8:04, Koziatek, Ted 1:48, Kulikowski, Joseph A. 9:08, Lauer, Carl 8:04, Lawrence, Leigh W. 1:32, Libbra, Gene 1:24. Liley, Henry E. 1:40, Lindquist, Stanford 1:56, Lowery, James 1:48. Lowery, Milton 10:12, Lyon, Omar R.' 8:52, McBrien, James 3:16, McDonnell, Bill 9:48, Malson, Bill 1:32, Martin, Dave 2:04, Martin, Terry 1:24, Massa, James J. 2:12, Mathews, William 10:12, Maynard. James 3:16, Mellor, Charles 9:08, Meyer, Norman 9:56, Meyer. Ralph Jr. 1:40, Meyer, Ralph Sr. 1:48, Mitchell, Vertus 1:40, Moorman, Bill 9:16, Muehleman, Bill 9:56, Muehleman, Tom 9:16, Mueller, Mike 8:04, Murphy, Dewey 9-00 Naughton, Jack 1:00, Netz hammer, Bill 9:00, Neuhaus, Richard 9:40, Niederkorn, Jim 9:24, Olsen, Jerry 10:20, Orr Dave 9:32. Orr, Hugh A. Jr 8:20, Ortmann, Wayne E. 10:12, Perica, Joe 9:08, Probst, Tom 8:44, Quinn, James R.;2:04, Rayes, Frank 9:48, Reedy, Jim 9:40, Rich, Ranney 2:28, Rinehart, Leo 1:56, Sailer, Don A. 10:04, Sawyer, Eugene A. 9:56, Schmidt, Allan K. 1:08, Schun- baum, Walter E. 1:40, Skinner, Richard 3:16, Skjerseth, Paul J. 9:40, Starr, Jim 10:20, Story, Ned 9:24, Suhre, Larry 1:24, Swan, Dave L. 2:12, Toole, Bob 1:16, Umfleet, Roy 8:12, Unger, Rony 8:20, Vallery, Elgee C. 2:04, Waller, R. J. 10:12, Warchol, Leo 10:20, Ward, Larry A. 9:56, Wasson, Ed 9:48, Williams, Whitey 9:32, Winter, Bill 10:04, Wood, Orton L. Jr. 8:20, Wright, Joe D. 8:20, Yenny J. Roger 9:00. Graham Molds Star Gridders EVANSTON, 111. (AP)— The college All-Star football squad opened a rigorous training schedule Friday for its game with the Green By mi itACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer "t don't know where we'd be without him." That's Al Dark, ( manager of the San Francisco Giants, speaking of Willie McCovey. Where the Giants are—with McCovey—is In second place in the National League, and the tall slugger with the quick wrists and awesome power- definitely has been their'key man. STATE CHAMPS Illinois state bowling champions in are Jim Veltum (left) and Mike Com:.,,,!— ji.rir.:^... nt «»«» TvTa-Hntiol r»5c Tn hack rn\v a.rp. Stm'P, Hard. DlCK the junior division of the National Mailographic Tournament is the Honke Wedge Pharmacy team. Team members are shown above. Kneeling in front pis. In back row are Steve Hard, Dick Butler, Dennis Honke and Oliver Honke, team sponsor. Giardello Says Fullmer Is Afraid WEST JORDAN, Utah (AP)— jand said: 3ene Fullmer's sore foot caused! "I don't care to comment on it another postponement in his because I couldn't say anything scheduled fight with middleweight! nice. And if I can't do ^ that, I champion Dick Tiger in Nigeria and Joey Giardello, who also wants a crack at the Tiger, «aid Gene's afraid. "He doesn't like to go tod far from home,"' Giardello said at a news conference in New York Thursday. He said Gene is afraid to go to I don't want to say. anything at all." This was the second postponement. Fullmer and Tiger were first scheduled to fight at Ibadan, Nigeria, this Saturday. But Fullmer hurl his foot during a workout and postponed it until July 27. But the foot healed slower than Africa "because he knows Tiger | expected and Thursday his man- is a'little too tough for him." Gene boils underneath at jibes like that, especially from Giardello, but he got hold of himself ager, Marv Jenson, announced, after talking on the phone to British promoter Jack Solomons, that the fight would be Aug. 10. Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (200 at bats)—T. Davis, Los Angeles, .326; White and Sroat, St. Louis, .321. p uns _ H. Aaron, Milwaukee ;nd White, St. Louis, 63. Runs batted in—H. Aaron, Mil waukee, 66; While, St. Louis, 62. Hits — White, St. Louis, 114; Groat, St. Louis, 111. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 24; °inson, Cincinnati, 23. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 12; Vhite, St. Louis, 7. Home runs—H. Aaron, MihvaU' kee, 25; McCovey, San Francisco, 24. Stolen bases — Pinson, Cincinnati, 23; Robinson, Cincinnati, 21 Pitching (Eight decisons)—Ma- oney, Cincinnati and Koufax, Los Angeles, 14-3, .824. Strikeouts—Koufax, Bay Packers Aug. Field. 2 in Soldier Representatives from 23 states are in the group that head coach Otto Graham will try to mold into R well-oiled unit before taking on National champions. Football .League The squad has size, power and speed, with 18 men who weigh 335 pounds or more. Forfeits Mar Church ''•tin Junior Church League .. •'*• action Thursday Jtoln Streei St. 16-8, and ,„„ Street won a fjortelt while ^j^j&tgjg*** ..tjrojWpl* Street while Los Ange- Drysdale, Los Angeles, es, 150; 145. American League Batting (200 at bats)—Yastr- zemski, Boston, .332; Wagner, Los Angeles. .328, Runs—Allison, Minnesota, 60; Yastrzemski, Boston and Kaline, Detroit, 52. Runs batted in—Wagner, Los Angeles and Allison, Minnesota, Hits — Malzone, Boston, 105; Yastrzemski, Boston and Wag ner, Los Angeles, 102. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston 23; Versalles, Minnesota, 22. Triples — Hinton, Washington 10; Versalles, Minnesota, 7, Home runs—Allison, Minnesota 22; Wagner, Los Angeles, 20. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltl more, 24; Wood, Detroit and Hin ton, Washington, 17. Pitching (Eight decision!) - Radatas, Boston, 9-}, .900; Ford New York, 14-3, .824. Strikeouts — Punning, Detroit 117; Pizarro, Chicago, J1Q. The San Francisco Giants at treated 53,880 fans for a doubl header 'against the Mets in Ne\ YjM-k., Five 'toys teter they drev 50,407 fens S# lm Angeles. Legion Nine Clinches 3rd Place, 3-2 The Alton American Legion Post 126 junior baseball team staved off a last inning rally by East St. Louis Thursday evening o win, 3-2. Alton built up a 3-0 lead and icld on in the seventh frame to ike the victory. Doug Dunham went the route fur the Altonians on the mound, giving up three hits, striking out eight and walking four, The win clinched "third place foi he local team in the 22nd District, Both teams went into the jame tied for the third spot with 6-6 records. Earlier in the season, East Side had beaten Alton, 8-2. Alton scored once in the firsl nning. With two outs, Mike/ Grim- slep walked, stole second and scored on Lee Davis' pop fly that was dropped. In the third another error gave Alton its second run, Jim Baiter and Denny Wooff singled. Grimsloy lifted u high pop fly to the second base. num. The bull was dropped 1 ' and Baiter scored. Grimsley was again involved in the clinching tally in the sixth lilting a home run for n 3-0 mar- Giants Are Giving League 4 The Willies' Alton Juniors Capture State Pin Crown. Alton area junior bowling teams von their share of trophies and lonors in the National Mailogra- phic Bowling Tournament. Three teams received national placing, with one team, Honke Wedge Pharmacy, also winning the Illinois State championship in the junior division. An individual trophy for second high game (267) was also won by Tom Lowery. Wedge Pharmacy had a series total of 2728 for the state title. Dick Butler led the champions with a 574 series followed by Dennis Honke-553, Steve Hard-546, Mike Compis-504 and Jim Veltum- The left-handed belter who operates at first base or'the outfield for the defending league champions again demonstrated his value Thursday night at Philadelphia, v He singled in the sixth Inning, stretching his hitting streak to 15 games, then rapped his 24th homer in the eighth for the run that stood up as the tlincher in a 4-3 victory. The Los Angeles Dodgers stayed four games ahead of the pack capitalizing on • a pair of errors and dealing the New York Mets their 12th straight loss, 4-3. It was the fourth victory in a row for the high-flying Dodgers, and the ninth in their last 10 games. Elsewhere in the NL—Don Cardwell pitched a two-hitter in Pittsburgh's 3-0 shutout of the Houston Colts; Chicago and Cincinnati split a twi-nighter, the Cubs erupting for seven runs in the llth inning of the opener for a 7-0 romp and the Reds taking the second game 7-3 with a four-run eighth; and St. Louis also divided with Milwaukee the Cards winning 6-3 before dropping a 5-3 decision to the Braves. The Giants had four men put out on the bases in a display of careless running and had to withstand a big threat in the ninth inning. Juan Marichal posted his 14th victory in 18 decisions with relief from Bob Bolin. Rookie Ray Gulp, 10-7, was the loser. The two Met errors combined with three Dodger hits pushed the league leaders into a 4-2 lead at Mew York — and nailed Roger Craig with his 12th defeat iu a row. Jesse Gonder, the catcher acquired by the Mets last week from Cincinnati, drove in all the New York runs with a pair of homers off Don Dysdalc. Drysdale went over the .550 mark at 11-10 with reliever Ron PerranoskTs help. Craig, 2-14, last won on April 29—against the Dodgers. Cardwell handcuffed the Colts on two singles, both by rookie Jim Wynn, in winning his third straight for a 6-9 mark. The Pirates ni.cked Dick Farrell for a run in the fourth on singles by Dick Schofield and Bill VJrdon, plus Roberto Clemente's ground out, then got two unearned runs in the eighth off Don Nottebart. Southpaw Dick Ellsworth, 12-6, went the distance for the Cubs in the overtime opener at Cincinnati. Andre Rogers started an llth inning explosion with a single off loser Al Worthington and batted in the seventh and final run with double off Dom Zanni. Ken Hubbs' cracked the scoreless tie with a two-run double and Don Landrum tripled in two runs. The Reds' four-run eighth inning in the second game gave Jim Maloney his 14th pitching victory. Eddie Kasko singled home the tiebreaker in the eighth and Pete Rose nailed it down with a two-run double. Dick 'Groat doubled in two runs and Bill White followed with a homer as the Cardinals scored five times in the seventh inning for their victory over Milwaukee The Braves retaliated in the second game, beating ex-teammate Lew Burdette, with Lee Maye's homer in the seventh the deciding blow. Cards Split; Braves Beat , 4 Lew Burdette ST. LOUfS (AP)-An attempt y the St. Louis baseball Cardia!s to duplicate their first game fforts in ft twl-night doublehead- t failed, as the Milwaukee fraves turned on their old team- late Lew Burdette to salvage the ightcap. The Cardinals thrilled a capacl- y crowd in the first game Thursay night by hacking away for Ive runs in the seventh to win The fans were let down in the econd game when their favor- tes, seemingly on their way back n the eighth, couldn't quite catch ic Braves who triumphed, 5-3. A two-run double by Dick Groat nd a home run bp Bill White- all in that fabulous seventh—were he crowning points in the Cardi nals' opening win. The Braves had led 3-1 going into the seventh, but the rebound ng Cardinals caught them off guard. * Cardinal fans thought the Red >irds were about to duplicate heir first game efforts when they came back with two runs But the rally was still one shy needed for the victory. The Braves, facing old team mate Burdette for the first lime ,howed little mercy as they go 1 o him for four runs and seven lits. Lee _ . ionic run proved the deciding •un. It came with none aboard The Cardinals and Braves wil face each other tonight at Buscl _ltadiiim. Tony Cloninger (5-4) is expected to face' the Cardinals Bob Gibson (8-4). 1ST GAME Milwaukee (3) St. Louis (8) _'layer AB R H Player KB R daye Vlathews 479. gin. Dunham gave up just one hit in the first six innings. . Dunham's league record was 6-3. He appeared In all but two games (or the Legion. The game does not end Alton's season. The local nine has 15 ex- liibition games remaining. Seven of this year's team will return next season. East St. Louis tt) Alton (3) Player AB R H Player AB R H Weber 301 Baiter 3 t 1 Lamport 400 Wooft 3 0 I Bui-bank 200 Grimsley '221 Ruldenskl 300 Davis 3 0 1 Neely 200 Terry 300 MoksJki 1 1 1 Mace 300 Zarlcor 3 1 1 Minsker 200 Rowlan 300 Shortal 200 Elsenhow 300 Dunham 200 TotaU 24 "5 3 Totals ?3 3 < Inning: 133490? RHE East st. LewUjpoMOQZwj Alton i 0 i 9 9 I *» 3 This is the first time a team from Alton has captured a state title in the junior bowling program. Individual trophies and patches were awarded to members of the champion team by Mrs. Leona Crouch of Belleville, a state director of the Illinois Women's Bowling Association. Mel Taylor, co-director of the junior bowling program for the Alton Recreation Department, presented Oliver Honke with the state championship trophy. A total of 12,800 teams competed in the tournament, with two other teams from Alton area receiving awards. Upper Alton Pharmacy totaled 2876 pins for 80th place in the Senior Division. Joe Johnston was high with a 632 series. Other members of the team and Mike Graver, Ken Link, Char les Long and Tom Lambie. Finishing in 90th place were the Top Kats. Led by Jim McCormick they had 624 series (2681). , Team members are Gary Forrester, Dave Lock, Bob- Hornsey and Nick Schwegel. Bob Goalby Close Second HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP)-E. J. : (Dutch) Harrison and Harold Kheece each birdied five holes in carding a four-under-par 68 to take the lead in the $25,000 Hot Springs Open Golf Tournament Thursday, Harrison, of San Francisco, found the greens to his advantage though a bit slow, and sank putts of 10 to 25 feet with apparent ease. jE$ieece, an Alton, S.C., golfer wm-has never won a tournament, topped Harrison's best effort by $yeefc but missel an 8-inch tap onFthe 12th fpr a bogie. Close on the heels of the leaders with 69s were such standouts as L A's Koufax Remembers A Year Ago in New York Aaron 'orre Larker Oliver ones tolling rtenke LeMaster Schneider 0 Ol~l»»~luf. 0 Di'liard"" Io6 Carmel 0 0 By JOE KBICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)—It could be fate. More likely it's pure coincidence. But tonight when Sandy Koufax takes the mound for the Los Angeles Dodgers against the New York Mets, it will be exactly a year to the day mat the brilliant left-hander won his last game of the 1962 season. That was the night the Dodgers lost the pennant. It happened right here at the Polo. Grounds. Although grimacing with pain at every pitch, Koufax managed to blank the Mets with just three hits through seven innings. By that time, the index finger of his pitching hand had become so numb and blue he had to quit. The circulation had stopped completely. "It was my 14th victory," Koufax recalled today. "I was on the way to my best year in baseball. But it turned out to be my saddest. I didn't win another game all year. "Worse than that, there were a few terrifying months last yeai when I feared I might nevei be able to pitch again." It's just a short year but i seems like an eternity ago. To night, Koufax will be gunning fo his 15th victory of the new season He has lost only three. Eight o his triumphs have >been shutouts He has an outside chance o matching Graver Alexander's ma jor league record of 16 shutouts in a single season. Koufax is well aware tha people have been saying he could be the first 30-game winner since Dizzy Dean 30 years ago. "I can't put a number on it,' he said. "I don't dare. I've alwayf wanted to win 20. It's sort of a magic number just like a .300 average is for hitters. "I came close two years ago winning 18. I thought sure I'd make it last year but I didn't Now I've got another chance foi 20. If I get any more, fine;' bu I'm not even thinking of 30." Sails Set for 333 Mile Yacht Race CHICAGO (AP)—A record fleet of 105 yachts await the start Saturday of the 56th annual Chicago- Mackinac race. Sails will be set for the 333-rnile cruise up the length of Lake Michigan at noon EST. Average time for the race is 55 hours. With favorable weather, the leaders should arrive at Mackinac late Monday,night or early Tuesday. Handicaps establish the 72-foot Mitena, owned by Charles and Lewis Withey and Associates of .jrand Rapids, Mich., the scratch boat which must give time to every other craft in the fleet. The . 12 meter America's Cup class yacht should be the first to cross the finish, but strong backing goes to two Milwaukee entries —Charles Kotovic's 53-foot Gypsy and the 56-foot Blitzen, owned by Tom and Bill Bob Goalby of Belleville, JU., Mike Souchak of Grossinger, Dave Hill of Jackson, Mich,, Pawl Bondeson of NQrthbrook/ 111. CRMPUS CLOTHES IN THE YQUNQ * MAN'S MOQP! The corrected time record o 28:31:51 also was made during the 1911 blow by Mavournee, a class sloop. The modern mark 30:02:21 by Cara Mia in 1948. PROBABLE PITCHERS American. League Cleveland (Kralick 8-6) at Kan sas City (Pena 5-12) (N), . ' Boston (Morehead 6-5) at Min nesota (Perry 8-5) (N). Detroit (Mossi 4-5) at Chlcag (Pizarro 11-4) (N). Baltimore (Pappas 7-4) a Washington (Daniies 3-3) (N). Schoendorf. Both are former winners but under other owners. Regarded the boat to beat after handicaps are applied is the defending Mackinac titleholder, Flame, a C class cutter owned by Jim Doane of Chicago. The elapsed time record for the passage was set by the schooner Amorita in 1911 with 31:14:30 during a blow that reached gusts of 82 miles an hour. The modern!; day r?cprd of 3742:57 was set In 1948 by Royono III, a 71-foot yawl. GATOR CAMPER Folding Model Sleeps tB£Q 00 Four «li9ir PIASA HARBOR Highway Angeles (Chance 6-9) (N). National League Los Angeles (Koufax • 14-3) a New York (Jackson 6-9) (N). Houston (Bruce 4-6) at Pitts burgh (Schwall 4-4) (N) Chicago (Jackson 9-7) at On cinnati (O'Toole 13-6) (N). Milwaukee (Cloninger 5-4) at S Louis (Gibson 8-4) (N). San Francisco (Sanford 9-8 a Philadelphia (Mahaffey 5-9) (N) Ohio. 8. ' Maye's seventh inning 1 Javier 1 0 Groat 1 1 White 0 1 Muslal 0 0 Taylor 0 0 James 0 0 Boyer 0 0 Flood 0 0 McCarver 2 o 0 Broglio 1 0 Damuska 1 •otals 29 3 3 Totals 31 6 nnlng: 123450789 RHE Milwaukee 002010000—3 3 it. Louis 01000050 X— 8 7 • 2ND GAME Milwaukee (6) St. Louis (3> Player Vtaye Vlathews Aaron Torre Oliver Jones Boiling McMillan Crandall Hendley Shaw Totals Inning: AB R H Player 5 3 S.Javier AB R 4 2 0 0 3 1 1 Groat 4 40 1 White 4 4 01 Boyer 4 101 James 4 0 100 Muslal 4 0 4 0 1 Carmel 0 0 4 0 1 Flood 2 0 4 00 Sawatski 1 0 300 Damaska 0 0 100 McCarver, 3 0 Burdette 2 0 Altman 1 0 Bauta 0 0 Shantz 0 0 Kolb 10 34 .~5 9 Totals , 34 3 123456789 RHE 4111II1I&* »• w -»«* — •— — _^T Milwaukee 00012010 1—5 9 St. Louis 100000021V— 3 9 JUNIOR BASEBALL In the eight-year-old-league o junior baseball the Pirates whip ped the Mustangs, 10-4, Northsid defeated the Seals, 22-15, the T. jers and the Beavers played t an 8-8 tie and the Giants downei the Dodgers, 9 to 5, Parker, Banid and Dkku- son doubled for the Pirates while Tom Wesley homered and tripled for the Mustangs. Robert Sisk slashed four hits for Northslde while Jeff Wilson homered und tripled for the Seals. Les Gibson fanned 17 and ho mered for the Tigers as .did Bi Stern. John Lyon struck out th same number for the Beaver while Steve. Vickey slammed tw homers. Bob Hansberry hit tw homers for the Giants and Mik Gillson one. In the 134.4-year-old league the Seals nipped the Bears, 3-2, and the Dodgers topped the Hawks, .6-8, Lurry Coles had two bits *or toe Seals as 1'at McQlbson homered for the Bears. Bob Gruver lashed two triples and n single for the Dodgers. Bob Viviano and KOII Lewis had triples for the Hawks. in the 1547-year-old league th New York (Terry 8-9) at Los Athletics edged the Redbirds, 2-; in eight innings, John Kenned banged three hits for the A while Richard Boek doubled (o the Redbirds. FIGHT RESULTS By TUB ASSOCIATED I'HESS MIAMI, Fla.—Tony Mamnwe 11, 138, Pittsburgh, outpolnte< Bobby Marie, 130, Youngstown WANTED TO PLACE 2 DEMONSTRATOR SWIMMING POOLS IN THE ALTON AREA Contact: Charles L Vahle 269-2644 1WP DU 4-6461 OFFICE PHONE Ma/or League t, Louis .. hicago ... incihnnti . tllwaukee 'ittsburgh . hiladelphia ouslon ... lew York Nnllomil W. L. 52 33 38 39 39 Angeles >nn Francisco 49 47 46 47 44 42 41 34 29 4 514 6 41 41 43 •15 55 57 Vol. o.n. .612 .563 .547 .541 .534 8',4 .518 8 10 U',4 20 .434 ,477 .382 .337 Now York Chicago . Boston ... Baltimore Cleveland Minnesota Los Angeles Kansas City Detroit .... Washington Thursday's Results St. Louis '6-3, Milwaukee 3-5 Chicago 7-3, Cincinnati 0-7 (first ame, 11 innings) Los Angeles 4, New York 3 Snn Francisco 4, Philadelphia 3 Pittsburgh 3, Houston 0 Today's Onmns Los Angeles'at New York (N) Sun Francisco at Philadelphia N) Houston at Pittsburgh (N) Chicago at Cincinnati (N) Milwaukee at St. Louis (N) Saturday's Games Los Angeles at New York San Francisco at Philadelphia Houston at Pittsburgh Chicago at Cincinnati Milwaukee at St. Louis Sunday's Oiuncs Houston at New York, 2 Los Angeles at Philadelphia, 2 San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 2 Milwaukee at Cincinnati, 2 Chicago at SI. Louis 2 AittertortM Lbflgttn; W. L. Pet. 6.B. 51 48 46 48 45 45' 41 36 35 . 30 31 38 37 40 40 40 47 47 48 57 .022 .558 .554 .545 ,529 7 .529 7 .460 13 .434 .422 .345 5 5% 6 1BV4 231 i Thursday's Uusirlls, Baltimore 7, Washington' 4 Cleveland 8, Kansas City 6 Chicago 6, Detroit 3 Boston 2, Minnesota 0 NeW York 3, Los Angeles 2 (10 Innings) Todup'K (IniiM'S Cleveland til Kansas City (N) Boston at Minnesota (N) Detroit al Chicago (N) Baltimore at Washington (N) Now York at Los Angolos (N) Snliirdiiy'H Oumos New York nl Los Angeles Cleveland at. Kansns City Boston al Minnesota Detroit at Chicago Baltimore ut Washington Suiidiiy's (limnis Boston at Los Angeles, 2 New York at Kansas City, 2 Cleveland nl Minnesota, 2 Baltimore at Chicago, '2 Detroit ill Washington, 2 Whitey Ford Gains j 10th Straight Win; Yanks Lead By 5 By MIKK RATH 1ST Associated Press Sports Writer Those American Leaguers who insist Whitey Ford "doesn't have i thing," better keep an eye on he umpire, somebody's murder- ng 'em. Ford, 34, left-handed ace of the Vew York Yankees pitching staff, hrew nothing at the Los Angeles Angels Thursday night and came away with a 3-2 victory in 10 innings, his 10th in a row and No. 14 this season. To many AL observers Ford las lost some of his stuff, and s using his head instead'of his ami to outwit the batters. Head or arm, Ford had it again against the Angels, turning aside threat after threat as Los Angeles cracked 11 hits and scored only a pair of unearned runs. Ford's* 14th kept the .Yankees Ive "games ahead of the second- place Chicago White Sox, who :urned a six-run third inning into a 6-3 victory over Detroit. Third-place Boston edged Miiv nesota 2-0 behind Bill Monbou- quette's three-hit pitching, Baltimore ended a Washington win. ning streak al seven games with a 7-4 triumph and Cleveland made :he most of John Wyatt's wildness for an 8-6 decision over Kan sas City. The Yankees playing without Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris, gof a two-run homer from Hecloi Lopez in the sixth inning that tied the score, then won In the 10th when Joe Pepitone doubled and Elston Howard followed with a single. That tagged the defeat on Julio Navarro, 4-3. An error by Lopez and a passed ball by Howard allowed the Angels to score Iwo unearned fourth inning runs against Ford, who needed Hal Reniff's last inning relief help. The White Sox batted around ir the third, chasing Hank Aguirre. 7-8. The key blows were a two run double by Mike Hershbergei and Jim Landis''two-run triple Gary Peters, touched for single runs in the first and second, set tied down until two were out in the ninth when Jim Brosnan had to get the final but, Peters is 6-5 Monbouquette posted his firs shutout of (he season and brought his record to 12-6 be Resting the Twins' Dick Stigmari, 7-9., Stig man allowed only four hits, in the eight innings he worked, but^hvo were homers—by Bob Tlllman ant Ed Bressoud. The loss was the Twins eighth in nine games. The Senators were leading 3-0 vith Tom Cheney working on a wo-hitler when the Washington itarter had to leave with pains n his right elbow. The Orioles mmecliately went to work, rush- ng six runs in the seventh inning o put it away. Wyatt,, who's been troubled by vildness recently, walked Larry Brown to force in the tio-break- ng run in the eighth inning, then vild pitched another across. The Jidians had drawn even earlier in the inning on singles by Dick Bowser and Al Luplow and Jose Azcue's pinch-hit double. \Willie Kirkland homered for Cleveland vhile George Alusik, Ken Harrelson and Doc Edwards connected for the A's. Donahue Hurls 12th Street to 11-0 Win In Senior Church League softball Thursday 12th Street defeated Curdle Heights, 11-0, on Larry Donahue's no-hitter, Brown Street won on a forfeit, and both First Christian and North Alton forfeited their contest, Ted Hrabak supplied the power for 12th Street, with a homer. MINOR LEAGUES International League Buffalo 4, Spracusc 2 Columbus 4, Toronto 3, (11 innings) Indianapolis 5,. Rochester 3 Atlanta 3, Jacksonville 2 Arkansas 4-2, Richmond 2-6 Pacific Coast League Dallas-Fort Worth 3, Tacoma 1 Portland 6, Hawaii 4 San Diego 7, Denver 2 Mercury Fishing Motor MERC 110 Shift D.8-H.P. HAROLD'S PLACE 131 13, Ferguson, Wood River LAWN BOY MOWERS Do u Butter J o,b! $|»Q05 Priced From O9 Clark Boat & Motors 313 W. SI. 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