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Page Four JM O P. f S T A M.0.» P JS».< .»l .**-.*>.-. !.'.*« * •«**« Ptft Six HOI»E STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS Indians Win 9th in Row, Extend Lead By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer The Cleveland Indians won their ninth in a row and gained 3 half-game lead over idle Detroit in the American League race with an 11-0 breeze at Washington Wednesday night as unbeaten Jim iMndcaP Grant won his seventh with a six-hitter. The Indians open a four-game scries at Detroit tonight. New York beat Minnesota .VI foehind a two-hit job by Ralph 1'crry that plunked the Twins inlo the cellar with their 13th straight ipss. The Los Angeles Angels beat Baltimore -1-0, on Ted Bowsfield's five-hitter, and Boston defeated Kansas City (i-2. In the National League. I lie Los Angeles Dodgers regained first place by a half a game with a 7-3 victory over Pittsburgh after Milwaukee had spilled Cincinnati 3-1. San Francisco defeated Phila- tfclphia 4-3 in 11 innings, and St. Louis beat the Chicago Cubs 8-6. Willie Kirklancl and Woodic Held hammered solo home runs in an 11-bit attack for the Indians \yho scored twice in the first off Pete Burnsirie d-4). Grant walked hut one and struck out six. Both Minnesota hit? off Terry (3-0) came in the first inning, When Billy Martin tripled and scored on a double by Lennie preen. The Yankees then exploded • for all five runs in the Third against Pete Ramos <3-7>. tagging the right-hander with his fifth straight loss on a three-run homer by Hoger Maris and a two- run homer by Yogi Berra. It was No. 17 for Maris. tops in the majors, as the Yank? set an AL record with 31 home runs in 16 consecutive games. Bowsfield I2-1> walked three. struck out three and allowed only one hit over the last seven in- iiings. Three runs in the first inning, capped by Ken Aspromonte's two-run double, beat jlilly Hoeft (l-3> and handed the Orioles their sixth defeat in eight games. Steve Bilko homered for the Angels, who took the series 3-1. Rookie Don Sehwall won his fourth without defeat for the Red Sox, allowing nine hits. Boston ! C ( la ttanoo"a beat the A's and Bud Daley i4-7i> U1 . mta " 33 with four unearned runs in the | gingham" "'.35 fifth inning, scoring tsvo on Jackie , y ltl(? Roc!{ ^ Jensen's double. _ ; Nashville'.'. .'...27 iShreveport ....28 ! Mobile 25 i Macon 23 WORLD BEATER, TOO Baseball Schedule Tonicjht, Friday Local Baseball Schedule: Tonight: Habe Kulh League: Hope 2 vs Hope 1 Naviiville 4 vs Nashville 3, there Friday, June 9: Little League Lions vs Midwest Top Kola vs CBC Coleman vs. Owens Doctor's Leagus lied Sox vs Yankees Legion Boys Score 22 Runs, 14 Hits Reds Fall to Braves, Dodger Back in First By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports WHttr Milwaukee knocked off Cincinnati 3-1 and the Los Angeles Dodgers regained first place by a half-game over the Reds by beating Pittsburgh 7-3 Wednesday night as Sandy Koufax became the first pitcher to win eight games in (he National League this season. Third place San Francisco defeated Philadelphia 4-3 in 1.1 innings, and St. Louis rapped the Chicago Cubs R-6 on a pair of two run homers by Stan Musial who was 4-for-4. In the American League, first .„,.„..,., „ _. place Cleveland made it nine in Hums lasted only 1 inn-ing la vow, for a half-game lead over local boys hitting at-j idle Detroit, by rapping Washington 11-0. New York whipped Minnesota 5-1, the Los Angeles Angels trimmed Baltimore 4-0 and Boston beat Kansas City fi-2. The Dodgnrs came from behind Hope's .Ii Legion Baseball team blasted out a 14 hit 22 run Dorado's Jun- at Legion Park, v.'hile David Burke was holding the visitors lo 3 runs on 5 hits, striking out 12 Hope Star SPORTS lack and Kl Dorado was scraping the bottom of the barrel for pitchers belore the game was over. T-Ho Huberts led the barrage with two . singles and a double in three trips. Curtis Churchwell had 11 singles in- "> trips, Wayne Camp, a single and a triple in 3 trips, Joe Duke. 2 doubles in 2 trips and Earl Murphy, a singly Little Rock, Macon Split Two Games By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The fellow who said you wit inu u-uii. i- t .i..i..i:u u,u ,cu. pennants l.y broking even on tlu slate troopers said, and dragged | road and moppins up in the home ' r o Uu Sound Also Kept Out of o Cor SUWANEE, Ga. (AP)—The air- conditioned car's windows were closed to keep out the Sunday afternoon heat. They also kept out the blasts of a passenger train's whistle as it approached a cross- ig. The train rammed the car. it about 00 Icct down th e track, j Park obviously 'never heard o U re killed;^ edition ol the Atlanta Ciack The four passengers were killed instantly. The victims, all Allantans out for a pleasure ride, were idcnti- ,„,„., .„,,..„ ..... ........ ficd as: BJHTOII U. Wiggins, 42; j flag under Los Angeles ownership his wife, Irene, 40; Cooper Cecil j are only 13-14 in friendly Ponce d Welch, 52; and his wife, Wanslie, ' " ' ' ' " ' ..... " ^ The Crackers, seeking their sec ond straight Southern Associatio 49. with four runs in the second in- cushion in the third and seventh and a double in 4 trips. Key and David Burke single each. Danny Four Former ayers ning, beating Earl Francis in his first major league start on a two- run homer by John Roseboro and a clinching two-run double by Willie Davis. They added three unearned runs in the fifth, making it easy for Koufax (8-2). Homers by Roberto Clemente, in the first inning, and Don Hoak. with a man on in the ninth, scored the Bucs runs. The Braves beat the Reds behind the four-hit pitching of right- hander Don Nottcbart, 3-3. The homers giving him six for the season, built the Cards' winning ..eon Park. Away from norm however, they are the scourge of If.he league with 20 victories and only nine setback*. Atlanta made it two in a row at Chattanooga Wednesday night ireste CUSnion in LUC IMIIU iinu suvuiau - . - . „. r> m ,pi> innings. Larry Jackson (2-5, was when nght-h „ „ d e Jto, Rowc the winner, but needed relief. Maury McDermolt finally saved it, coming on when Ernie Banks hit a two-run homer off reliever Al Cicotte in the ninth. Bob Anderson (2-5) was the loser. The Giants nailed their victory on two walks and a single by Orlando Cepeda in the llth off losing reliever Chris Short (1-2V Held to one run and two hits for seven innings by Art Mahaffey. San'Francisco tied it in the eighth checked the league leaders on fo u r hits, and Atlanta's 6-1 victory left the Crackers only one game out of first place.. Birmingham kept pace with At- anta by downing the Shrcvcport Sports B-4 in 13 innings of a three NI colic Standings SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W- L. Pet. G.B. 36 24 .600 — 23 25 Aged Archie Takes on Italian Sat. .589 .583 .540 .458 .431 .417 .390 1 .1 . 3V* 8Vi 10V.I 11 . Thursday's Games Atlanta at ChattanooSa 12) Birmingham at Shreveport Little Rock at Macon Nashville at Mobile Pittsburgh at San Francisco (N) By JACK HAND I YORK i AP i— Four former basketball players were arro.-'kvl on charges of conspiracy and bribery in the latest development of the spreading basketball scandals, it was announced today, Tlit- four, previously named as f>roiispir;it.ors. in connection with the indictments of Aaron Wagman and Joseph Mackcn, arc Dave Budin. former Brooklyn College .captain. Jerry Vogcl and Dan : Quip.d;;y./i, former Alabama play- ;ers. and Lou Brown of North > Carolina. ! The announcements were made by Hist. Aity. Frank S. Hogan, Reds scored in the second on a on consecutive doubles by Matty walk. Gene Frecse' single and a Alou and Harvey Kucnn, both passed ball, but the Braves then pinch-hitters, and Willie Mays-, scored three in the third, two on Jim Duffalo and Stu Miller shut Ed MathcwE 1 double, against out the' Phils on four hits over •ookie Ken Hunt (5-3). Stan Musial's pair of two-run the last six innings, with Miller winning his fifth without defeat Best Bets This Week at Markets By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Leg of lamb and churck roast Her the housewife the best opC' portunily to beat the high cost of iving this week, judging by supermarket and grocery store ad- •ertiscmcnls. Increased supplies of most meats have resulted in lower prices in many areas in recent weeks. The outlook is for further boosts in volume and more reductions at Lhe meat counters. 4 This week's specials in lamb turn up in New England, the East, Midwest and Far West. Chuck roast is a headline attraction' in New England, the South and Midwest. Other beef cuts, notably top and bottom round roasts, also arc featured in a- number of places. Eggs are climbing, with markups over last week of 2 to 10 ccnl^ a dozen. Bargain hunters can find a bewildering variety of fresh fruits and vegetables at produce counters these days. This is chiefly due to an increasing number of items just in from nearby farms. Produce men say the best vegetable buys arc asparagus, corn, green onions, radishes, rhubarb, spinach, lettuce, potatoes, .squash* :Ir run homer by Don Lumlcy and brilliant relief pitching by Howie Koplitz. Nashville trounced the- Mobile Bears 6-1, and Macon gained a split with Little Rock by copping the nightcap 6-2 after the Travelers had won the opener 7-3 The first five cash crops in the United States are. in order, wheat, corn, tobacco, cotton and soy beans. and assorted cooking greens sue as collards, mustard greens and turnip, tops. Good buys included, beets, cabbage, carrots,, celery, cscarolc, mushrooms, onions, 1 parsley, peppers and watercress. Orange's, grapefruit, strawberries, bananas and, for a tropical ' flavor,' mangoes arc rated as outstanding buys. Good buys" are waa tcrmelon, cantaloup, honeydeW melons, peaches, blueberries, lemons and plums. By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Witer Wednesday's Results ! Birmingham 8, Shreveport 4 U3 j innings) MONTICELLO, N.Y. <AP> — If Thursday Baseball •Archie Moore gets by Giulio Rin-. Little Rock 7-2. Macon 3-S ....... aldi Saturday night, as he is fa- Atlanta 6, Chattanooga 1 . yored to, the old gent may take Nashville 6, Mobile 1 pff for Sweden this fall for a - - • -joust with Ingemar Johansson, i By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "That would go real big over' Amer'ian League Major League Leaders WITlCr C3n L,uay UG i i) v i MDL. /\i i.j . i/ i eim\ vj. i iv*^*.i««i .Batting (based on 100 or more W '| UI i, ra | a , opc n the latest basket- at bats)—Piersall, Cleveland and' |, a n nxing scandals last March 17. Brandt, Baltimore, .368. | \Vagrnan, 2S!, a convicted foot Runs — Colavito, Detroit, -12: ; ball fixer from New York, was Wood, Detroit and Mantle, New: indicted lasl April 27 on 37 counts York, 40. i"f bribery and attempts to bribe -Runs batted in-Gcntile, Itolti- : oolliv-o haskolbnll playoi-e. more, 48; Cash, Detroit. 44. ! Ifnckcn, 4!). New York, was m- Hits — Piersall, Cleveland, 71: dieted May 24 on 17 counts of B. Robinson. Baltimore and Ku- , bribery and attempted bribery. bek New York 64. ! Twenty-nine players from 17 Doubles-Power and Romano, : colleges from coast to coast have Cleveland, 17. .been involved in the current dis- Triples—Wood, Detroit, 6; Pier- closures, sail, Cleveland, 5. Home runs—Maris, New York, 17; Colavito, Detroit and Mantle, New York, 15. Stolen bases—Howser, Kansas 17; Colavito, Detroit and Mantle, New York, 15. Stolen bases—Howser. Kansas City, 15; Aparicio, Chicago, 14. Pitching''based on 3 or more Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes (here," said Jack (Doo Kearns, | Who handles Archie's bookings.' Cleveland W 33 L. 17 "I've discussed the fight with Ed- Detroit 33 die Ahlquist (Johansson's advis- Now York . cr) and he thinks it would be Baltimore . great. i Boston " "First of all it would make a'Kansas City ]ot of money for everyone," add- Washington ed Doc, who says he's only dight- ^mcago & older than his meal-ticket. J-os Angeles ''Then if Archie wins it, and I'm i Minnesota confident he can, he'll be right jp line for another shot at the jjeavyweight title. "Archie still thinks he can beat (Floyd) Patterson and he'd like to get that heavyweight title before he quits in maybe six or seven years." 18 29 19 27 25 23 25 22 24 24 28 10 29 19 31 19 32 PC'. G-B. .660 — .647 % .604 .519 .479 .478 .462 .39(i .380 .373 LITTLE HOC (AP>— Here is a fishing forecast from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Lake Con way: Water slightly high and dingy. Bass and crappie •.- •-= - . fair on minnows. Bream good on decisipns)-Grant, Cleveland ,-0, , k , kot woims anf , pop pj n g bugs. i r\nn. T\ ,T ,, A,-1 T"\*-»* ».nH tt_fi 1 film ' .,11 Lake Hamilton: High and clear Ras:-. s.'oo:l cm artificial bait. Crappie good on live bait and small 3 7 9 U 10 13 14 14V4 Wednesday Results 1.000; Mossi, Detroit, 6-0, 1.000. Strikeouts—Ramos, Minnesota, 66; ,Bell, Cleveland and Ford. Npw York, 64. jigs. Bream good on crickets and ' worms. National League ! Lake OuachUa: Water clear and Batting (based on 100 or more normal Black bass good on artifi- at bats) - Moon, Los An^el^s cial and live bait. Bream fair on .352; Aaron, Milwaukee. .343. , •R llns _ Mays, San Francisco,;'" 1 live bail. 41; Aaron, Milwaukee, 40. i *-« k e Catherine: .crickets and worms, Crappie fair Water clear Los Angeles 4, Baltimore 0 (N) Cleveland 11, Washington 0 <N> New York 5, Minnesota 1 Boston 6. Kansas City 2 Only games scheduled. Thursday Games Kansas City at New York f2 1 Twi-night > A Johansson-Moore fight could. Cleveland at Detrtit (2 Twi- plbow Sonny Liston, top-ranking n j g ht) heavy contender, out of the pie-, Los Angeles at Boston (2 Twi- ture. There's been plenty of n ight' dickering for the Li-'ton-Johansson: Minnesota at Baltimore <N) fight but it may not occur this year because Moore thinks he can Jjck Johansson and Ingo feels the same way about Archie. And both think it could be easy—and easy money. As for the Moore-Rinakli fight at Madison Square Garden, the principals declared themselves ready. Both finished their boxing drills Wednesday. Archie at his camp here and the Italian at a Los Angeles midtown gym. Chicago at Washington Friday Games Chicago at Washington (2 Twi- Los Angeles at Boston (N) Kansas City at New York (N> Minnesota at Baltimore <N> Cleveland at Detroit (NJ National Leagut W L. Pet. G-B .; Aaron, ivuiwaimci;, iu. i - ... .... Hits-Santo. Chicago, T. Dwvis. and normal. Bass fair on artifi Los Angeles and Clemente, Pitts- cial ba,t. Bream good on crickets bur a h 62 worms an:! popping bugs. Trout Doubles - Coleman, Cincinnati, ! fi.-hing good on live bait below Chicago 14 i Carpenters Dam. Los Aiveles and Lake Bull Shoals: Water slight- Virrtnn Pittsburgh 5 ° '>' lligil alltl normal - BasS fair - Cat- Virdon, Pittsbui 0 n, a. ^ Kran ., |j sh fair to good on throw and Cincinnati, «'M|ow lirnb lincs - j Lake Norfork: Water clear and normal. Trout fair to good on worms and artificial bait. L;;-ke Maumellc: Water clear and normal. Bass fair or; deep i-.^nin-; artificial bait. Crappie fair on minnows. Bream uood on cricku.s an.I worms. Lake Grecson: No report. Cisco, 15; Robinson, 14. Stolen bares—Pinson, Cincinnati, 10; Aaron, Milwaukee fi. Pitching 'based on 3 or more decisions)—Miller, San Francisco. >0, 1.000; Duffalo, San Francisco, 3-0. 1.000. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los An'.'o'.C: 79; Drysdale, Los Angeles. G!i. 68. With Trade School Player j Has 15 Straight i HOLYOKE. Mass. <AP' — Out- ' fielder Sieve Wojnar of Holyoke High School went 5-for-r> against Springfield Cathedra! Wednesday r-siving him a .streak of 15 straight hits in three parties. Cincinnati lS;m Francisco •Pitt-bur^h ... 'St. LOUIF — j Milwaukee ... I Chicago Philadelphia 31 21 29 20 .596 .592 Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hitting — Stan Musial, Cardin als, went 4-for-4, belting a pair of j two-runs homers, for !!-(i victory over the Cubs Pitching — Don Noltrhart, Braves, spilled Reds out of fir.-t 28 21 .571 1'i ! place with four-hit 24 22 .522 23 24 .489 21 24 .473 19 30 .388 1G 30 .348 12 Wednesday Results Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Boise. Jdi'ho — Young Jack ! John-un, •.'•J". S;..' f I ••'•••• I'i'y. "Ht- poinU-d Cii-or-ji: I.<)--.;m. 2U<!. Boi.-'e. 10. Lo- Angelrs 7, Pittsburgh 3 (N) St. Louis ?., Chicago 6 <Ni Milwaukee 3. Cincinnati 1 <N' Sun Franckco 4, Philadelphia 3 1 11 innings i Thur s day Garros Milwaukee at Cincinnati Philadelphia at San Francisco iN> Pir-biiryh at Los Angeles (N> Only tarries scheduled. F r iday Games Milwaukee at Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis (N) ui at Loo Angeles (N> first complete game in major--. Minor League Result By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Spokane 5, Vancouver 4 (U innings ) Portland 9, Seattle 2 Salt Lake City 5. Tacmna 1 Hawaii 6, San Diego 1 International League Columbus 7, Buffalo 0 DO innings) Charleston 3. Syracuse 1 Rochester 10. Jersey City 1 Toronto at Richmond. ()" I poned Am»r'can Association Indianapolis 7, Denver :: Dallas-Fort Worlh 5. Houston • Louisville 3, Omaha '> When to Fish or Hunt Solunar Tables By John Alden Knight The schedule of SSolunar period us printed below, has been take f'-orn John Alclon Knight's Soluna Tables. Plan your days so tha you will be fisning in good tem lory or hunting in good cover dur trig these limes, if you wish t< 'ind the best sport that eaco da hns lo offer. i The Major periods are shown I '^old face type. These begin at tb< 'iine shown and last (or an hoi* and a half or two hours inert ! after. The minor Periods, show 1 In rogulnr tvne. are of Mmewhtf shorter duration. Minor m«|or MUlMT M«|» A.M. P.M. Tlmrs. . . I'.Oo 7:25 1:40 7:50 Kri. . , . 2:00 8:15 2:30 8:40 Sat, . . . 2::.0 9:05 3:20 »:30 Sun. . . . 3:40 10:00 4:15 10:25 GIANT CAPACITY PORCELAIN TUB large porcelain wash tub washes even largest loads sparkling clean. More freedom in lumbling and turning of clothes means better • washing action. Your Trade In Mokes the Down Payment ONLY $1.89 WEEK fi. MATCHED IN VALUE ONLY BY THIS NORGE 5 ONLY NORQB DRIBS ALL. 4 WAYS I 1 Tumble-dry with heol 2 Tumble-dry with air Plus No-Tumble Cycles (for delicate things you dare not tumble-dry) 3 Air-dry, no tumbling 4 Heat-dry, no tumbling Bak 214 i. Second St. Easy Hope, Ark. Phono 7-2723

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