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fait SI* HOPE STAR, MOPI, At KAMIAt Friday, if MM Indians Cling to Lead, Split With Detroit - By ED WILKS Associated Press SPorts Writer The Cleveland Indians clung to a half-game lead in the American half-game when the Reds beat Milwaukee 10-8 and Pittsburgh dropped the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2. Philadelphia rapped San Francisco 5-2 in the only other game scheduled. First-inning doubles by Johnny Temple and Vic Power gave Cleveland its run in the opener and handed six-game winner Don Mossi his first defeat. The Tigers out-bit the Indians 10-7, but lost their third in a row as Frank Funk nailed the victory for Jim Perry (4-41 with two' innings of one-hit relief. League race by splitting ;i pair Detroit broke through for its of one-run decisions with -second t first score in 15 innings when place Detroit Thursday ni»hl. j Norm Cash homered off loser The Tribe, winning 10 in a row; \vynn Hawkins (5-3) in the second for the first time rince 1H5I. won j r. ;imc . ,,f (lie nightcap. Lary sin- the opener 1-0, but the Tigers j ,.| c( i am | SC nrcd the deciding run took a protested. 2-1 victim- in 011 Charlie Maxwell's bases-loaded the nightcap as Frank Lary became the first pitcher to win nine in the majors this .season. Third place New York split With Kansas City, winning (i-1 he- lore the A's broke out for Victory in the second game. The Minnesota Twins, after losing 13 in a row, fled the cellar with a 3-1 victory at Baltimore. Boston defeated Los Angeles 6-3 in the opener of z> twi-nighl pair, but the second game was called by Baseball Results Last Night In the Babe Ruth League last night the Mope No. 1 defeated the No. 2 group 5 in a close contest. Games tonight: Doctor's League Red Sox vs Yankees. Little League: Lions vs Midwest Colcman vs Owens Pop Kola vs CBC play nine to 4 Fight Results rain and ended in a '1-4. U-inning tie. The Chicago-Washington game was mined out. In the National League. Cincinnati scampered back on top by a grounder in the fifth. Lary (9-3) struck out eight and didn't walk L\ man. The Cleveland protest came in I the eighth. While Detroit Manager 11 i Rob Schcffing was arguing that Cleveland's Bob Hale should have been called out at first base, the Tigers caught Hale off base. The | Indians protested on grounds that | time was out while Schcffing was on the field. Bill Skowron drove in four runs or the Yankees in the first game, wo with an eighth-inning, homer at gave New York 32 home •uns, an AL record, for 17 con By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dallas—Kenny Lane, IW, Mu.s- kegon, Mich., and Curtis Cokes, 41, Dallas, drew. 10. Los Angeles — Manuel Linson, 22, Acapulco, Mexico, outpointed ay Salazar, 120'/i. Santa Ana, alif., 10 . FEEL THE DIFFERENCE THE A.R.A. CHAIRMAN MAKES A.R.A.'s all new double-blower Unit adds a new kind of luxury to automotive air conditioning •—instant cooling that is extraordinarily quiet and that circulates through and around all of your car interior. Here is limou- 9tnt comfort, at economy cost —whatever the car you drive. PRICES START AT $235 INSTALLED APPLIANCE REPAIR CO. 223 E. Third St. Mope PERRY'S Truck Stop 24 HOUR AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIR Rood and Wrecker Service Compltt* Stock of Part* •nd Acc«»sori«i • Telephone 7-9974 Benny Gaimt Shop Poromaa Eugun* O'Stttn, Carl Thornton* Bill Dillon •••; OFFICIAL AAA GARAGE Friend Knocks Dodgers From First Place By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writ«r Aflcr losing seven in a row as ;i starter. Bob Friend beat second place Los Anficlcs 4-2 with relief help from Bobby Shantx. ecutive games. Rookie Bill Staford (3-2) won with a five-hitler gainst the A's and Norm Bass 4-3). Southpaw rookie Jim Arcli- r (3-1) then ended the home run tring and cut the Yankees' wining streak at six in the nightcap. 'he A's beat Danny McDcvilt 1-2), cominfl from behind in a ive-run third on a double by lank Bauer and three consccu- ive triples, by Lee Posada, Norm iebern and Joe Pignatano. A two-run homer by Billy Marin in the third inning off Jack isher (2-7) gave the. Twins their second victory in the last 20 games. Jim Kaat (2-5) won it when reliever Chuck Stobbs re- ired Jim Busby with the bases oaded in the ninth. Boston beat the Angels and re- fever Ryne Durcn (1-6) with ;t jair of unearned runs on Gene Leek's error and Vic Wcrlz' lomer in the seventh inning. Ted Wills (2-2) won it with four innings of three-hit, shutout relief. In the summer of 18C2, an effort made by the Union- Army to organize a regiment at Helena, failed. SPRAYERS Row Crop and Posture Sprayers How It the Time to Buy -AT- PORTER Implement & Garaae 3rd St. Phone 7-2767 Ask for a Demonstration Thursday night, pushing the Pitts burgh Pirates within 3'/a games of Hie National League lead again. The loss dropped the Dodgers a half-game behind the Cincinnati Reels, who defeated Milwaukee 10-i! despite four consecutive homers by the Braves that set a major league record. Philadelphia beat San Francisco 5-2 in the only other game scheduled in the NL. In the American League, Cleveland clung to a half-game edge over Detroit after splitting a twi- night doublehcadcr with the Tigers. The Indians won the opener 1-0, then lost 2-1. New York split a tsvi-nighl pair with Kansas City, winning 6-1 before the A bounced back 9-6. Minnesota beat Baltimore 3-1. Boston defeated Los An- gclcs G-5 but the second game of the twi-night twinbill was called because of rain and ended in a 4-4, U-inning tie. The Chicago- Washington game was rained out, A pair of two-run homers by Bob Skinner and Bill Mazcroski in the fourth inning did it for the Pirates against Stan Williams (4-5). Willie Davis homered in the sixth for the Dodgers. Shantz came on in the eighth nailing it for Friend (0-7) with 12-3 hitless innings of relief. The Braves walloped six home runs, two by Ed Mathews, while losing their eighth in 11 trie against the licds, Mathews,, Hank Aaron, Joe Adcock and 'Frank Thomas put together the rccorc four-in-a row in the eighth inning off winner Jim Maloney (4-2) anc reliever Marshall Bridges. Losing ipilchcr Warren Spahn (6-5 lagged the other home run. Gene Freest', who drove in four runs and Gordic Colcman hit home runs for the Reds, with Frecse three-run shot off reliever Moc Drabowsky clinching it in Ih sixth inning. Philadelphia defeated Sam Jones (5-5) for the first time in nine decisions since June 27, 1959 John Buzluifdt (2-5) beat th« Giants for the first time in hi career. He allowed four hits, tw of them solo homers by Willi' Mays and Willie McCovcy. Shortstop to Join Travelers LITTLE ROCK (AP)—Billy Joe Davidson, 24-year-old shortstop, will join the Little Rock Travelers for tonight's Southern Association baseball game with Birmingham. Trav General Manager Ray Winder said Davidson, who has been with Nashville, was acquired through the New York Yankees. Davidson was with Houston of the American Association and Amarillo of the Texas League last season. It was not announced what change would be made to make hatchet man. Gablcr upped his home-run total to 13 with a three lead to three games over the Crackers and to 2Vi over Birmingham, which lost to Shreveport 8-7. Nashville downed Mobile 9-0. | out a 2-0 Little Rock lead. Gabler, First baseman Bill Gabler con-1 who leads the league in homers, tinued to be Macon's leadinglalso boosted his run-batted-m tot- tm. run blast in the fourth that wiped j the Peaches, al to 12 for the five-game sefh Chuck Brockell homered fof who backed Jim Stump's steady pitching with an 11-hit attack on loser Charles Ready and reliever Roger Kudron. Mercury and Comet streak for new peak room for Davidson. COMCT 2-000* SEDAN Travelers Find Macon Real Tough By VERNON BUTLER A 5 so c iat e d Prtss SpoTs Writer Don't try to sell the Little Rock 'ravclcrs on the idea that Macon s the 1901 version of the Southern \ssocialion door mat. The Trav- lers limped home today, wonder- ng how an eighth-place ball club an be so disagreeable. Macon flattened the Travs four imes in a five-game series, and 'hursday night's 10-3 beating was ypical of the clouting capers tagcd by the Peaches, who have .von seven of 11 games since Jery Snyder replaced Max Macon as manager, Chattanooga received superla- ive pitching from Al Neiger and lohn Boozer and swept Atlanta out of second place 2-1 and 4-0. The lookouts increased their league DISTRICT SALES UP 34% Whan to Fish or Hunt Solunor Tables By John Alden Knight DAA The schedule of Solunar perloo as printed below, has been takei from John Alden Knight's Soluna. Tables. Plan your days so tha you will be fisning In good tern lory or hunting in good cover din mJMthese times, II you wish t» find the best sport that eaco da; has'to offer. Hie Major periods are shown fc N)ld face type. These begin at Uv 'low shown and last for an bom and a half or two hours there after. The minor Periods, show* in regular type, are of som*w*»a iborter duration. Minor Ma|or Minor M«|» AJW. P.M. Sat. ( . . .,2:50 »:OS 3:20 9:39 Sun. ... 3:40 10:00 4:1510:25 Come get our big-volume, top-value deal right here-right now! MERCURY sales are soaring! Ask Lo see the figures on the great'.'61 Mercury. It has 7 money-saving, self-servicing features. Traditional luxury ride. And it's now in the popular-price range. Come get your top-value deal today. COMET is still shooting the stars in sales. Here's why: Comet is the proved compact—first with fine-car styling . •. . big-car ride . . . room, for six . . . huge 28 cu. ft. trunk. Buy now-take advantage of our volume deals. 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Has three nice bedrooms, large living room, kitchen, bath and sheltering porch. Privacy and convenience distinguish the floor plan of this uniquely designed model with its big traffic free living room, two comfortable bedrooms, bath, and handy kitchen. Cusrornbuilt on Your Lot by Experienced Local Craftsmen BASIC MODELS PRICED FROM $1445 FREE BROCHURE ON REQUEST Shown by STROUT REALTY The Delwood Cosh Price $2695 The Bonaire Cash Price $1895 Superb planning makes for a happy home! All rooms are arranged for easy living, creating a model in which utility and comfort ore in complete harmony. Three bedroows, dining-kitchen and living room. Whether set on the sandy shore of a sparkling lake or in the cool shade of forest trees this practical and pleasant cabin is designed to suit the family, outdoors and in. Two bedrooms, bath, comfortable living and kitchen area and, lots of windows. H. D. SAMUELS, Representative Office on U. S. Highway 67 Side of Town Phone: PR 7-3766

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