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ilAiiMtf 'gP^PAY BtJLLtrm Jalr i». see. S, P «r« 2 (Bjr Thi Asioetkted frmty (Complete Ibrouth ffsmei of FrtdRjr. Julf 17) » National League K Leuti . CtnelnoMl MllinMikee Vtttaburnh Lot AnRfiiM •«n Fran. Chtcajto FhllMlilphIa TKAM OATTINO AB R H ...3113 417 «(t ...3073 44« Ma ...mS 3R5 7*7 .3310 3»3 m .30M 437 Bll .30*0 433 (03 .3030 371 749 3847 336 611 HR Pel, 75 .379 100 ti 71 »7 (4 (4 63 .374 .367 .a6S .364 .360 .346 .343 t>OI All(t«lei Cinclantti MUwaukM •t. LoaU . ChlC«RO .. Plttiburith Bkn Prkncttco 3411 PhlUdtlphSk 3364 TEAM PRtDINn PO A K 3467 IIS 3357 163 3306 163 3376 147 3401 1011 3411 1013 137 864 DP Pet 81 .181 88 86 lot 81 101 77 73 American League ATTENnANCC Cap 0«(«i 1»» 115* C«pl LOI Anielei 14,600 43 1.137,647 1.333.836 »UUt>urgh 35.000 43 813.161 805.138 Milwaukee 43,837 40 868.013 1,015,113 Ban Pran, 33.000 40 680.401 664.408 Phllatfelp'le 33,351 31 538.165 606.316 Chlcaso 38.755 43 517.873 664.577 at. Loulu 30.500 38 503 4B7 631.057 Ctnrlnnail 30.338 40 454.344 4B6.047 - Total! 5.573.801 6.013.483 IN-nrVtDUAL BATTINO (135 or more at baui AB R H HR Rbl Pet 350 63 138 34 77 .386 304 48 103 8 48 387 57 »S a 17 337 8» 108 34 flf> 348 30 83 8 31 355 61 m 18 68 356 35 84 3 34 381 60 115 4 37 374 73 117 13 55 363 68 113 11 53 347 43 78 17 48 353 53 108 6 51 316 53 87 17 58 .338 34 70 G 31 353 70 107 37 66 340 68 10.1 15 58 344 68 104 35 85 303 44 81 5 43 137 17 38 4 33 340 40 101 8 43 383 41 84 8 43 371 38 80 16 53 .1.11 3J 87 7 45 266 41 71 5 343 47 88 3 367 83 lOS 1 367 48 18 15 341 45 87 5 1C5 an 47 7 a»a 38 83 5 304 38 58 13 47 304 36 86 10 35 3ia 31 87 13 63 155 36 43 8 34 313 43 88 10 380 44 77 17 348 31 nn n 336 28 63 8 Aaron. Mil. . White, Bt. L. QUllam LA Koblnion. Cin Eoiian, Mil Cepeda. 8P Cqn'baro. Bl. L Temple, Cln. Pinion. Cln. . Neal, LA .... Btuart. Pitt. . g imoll. St. h. oyer, Bt. L. BuraeK. pill. Mathewn. Mil. Mayn. BP . «ankt, Cht. . Moon, LA ... Phllley Phil, ftoak. put. Bouchee, Phil. Hoduei, LA Spencer. BP . Brulon, Mil. T Taylor. Chi, Blaa'me. Bt. L KIrkland. nP Oroat. Pill Adcock, Mil CotrinRton. Mil Bnldrr. LA II Smith. LA DMl, Cln Alou. ap Bklnnrr. Pill, Demrter. I.A Lvnrh. Cln Muclal. 81 L. Oram'ai. Bt. L. 186 18 51 3 TEAM BATTINO AB R H HR Pet tt«n»*« City 3833 311 774 67 .364 New York . ..3076 381 781 16 ,358 Detroit . ... . 3060 411 783 85 ,358 Bo»lon . 3864 433 767 81 ,358 Chicago 3981 388 768 58 .358 Cle¥el«nd avil 401 747 104 ,356 WaKhlngtan 3886 387 717 113 .348 Baltimore a»04 335 683 76 .338 TKAM FIELDINd PO A K DP Pet. New York . 3406 1003 63 to •isa Cleveland . 3381 814 66 H ,811 Chtoafo — . 3371 1001 76 15 .178 Doiton 330a 833 73 87 .178 Daltlmore .. 3363 854 78 84 ,977 Detroit 2378 888 77 77 .877 WadhlMgtoft a337 lOOO 88 78 ,875 Kannaii City 2375 823 82 "5 .875 Triple piny -Baltlmoie. O'Brien Smashes Shotput Record .308 ,308 .307 .307 .307 .303 .303 ,303 ,300 4 3 45 13 la 16 5a 3 30 18 17 41 38 A«hburn. Phil, rreene, Phil. W»»»kl. Pill. Crandftll. Mil. Brandt 8K MrM'lan. Cln. Jones. Cln. .. WalU Chi. .. Dark. Chi Clemente. Pitt. Long. Cht. 37 47 88 1 .171 as 46 II 34 339 40 88 5 303 38 81 12 272 37 72 8 204 32 54 8 204 aa 54 7 380 34 74 & 381 38 74 1 171 36 45 3 341 30 63 13 33 .357 333 31 57 6 34 .366 398 .387 .397 .385 .393 .388 .387 .386 .385 .364 25 .385 33 .384 .384 .383 .378 .377 376 .375 .374 .374 .374 .369 308 37 .367 39 .367 35 .365 33 .365 36 .365 36 .a84 35 ,363 16 .383 40 ATTENDANCE Cat) Oatei 1818 1851 New York 67.000 34 896,693 673.633 Cleveland 73.811 33 608.885 331.571 Detroit 52.904 38 647,633 754.336 nalllmore 47.778 41 643.695 660.483 noaton 34,818 44 518,633 618,334 Chleaftn 46,550 37 573,838 438,033 K*n»»« City 30,611 40 508,878 517,533 WR'hlninon 28,668 43 428.331 337.438 Totm^ 4,1164,206 4.217.238 Major lenmie totalu 10.537,067 10.230,731 I.NniVIDDAL BATTINO (128 er more at bata) AB 11 H lin nhl pet Francoiia. Cleve 158 29 63 8 34 .392 338 55 114 4 38 3!S8 48 lie 323 39 74 381 47 96 336 50 106 360 37 64 10 320 67 88 ai 380 40 87 4 345 09 103 9 281 39 84 15 59 131 20 38 3 < 303 56 88 348 56 103 334 53 84 333 87 96 39 69 28 61 7 27 168 39 48 6 34 338 55 96 10 45 331 48 81 13 S« 354 35 72 5 38 331 63 95 319 30 89 184 3a 51 330 49 90 a71 34 74 356 33 70 a73 39 74 310 38 84 a89 44 78 103 16 44 .339 •"«iKuenii. Uei "ji Pox. Chi !330 Maria. KC ... "jKallne, Det, . 'jljjnunneU, Bo< Woodllnit. Ball Jenaen, Boa Kubek, NY Power. Clcv Bkowron, NV Pllarclk. Halt Mamie. NY Alllaon, Wnah MInoao, Cleva Colavllo, Cleve Thronby. Waah 313 Werli. Iloa Malaoiie, Boa Lopet, KC-NY WIlllama.KC Aparlclu, Chi Bririeea, Del Bmlih, KC Tafby, Ball Phllllpa, Cl.l . llerra, NY ninberii, NY , Lollar. Chi ., Tullle, KC . White, Boa Klllebrew, Waah 306 70 63 Lemon. Waah 303 42 81 NIeman, Hall ao3 a9 54 RIchnrclaon, NY 193 35 51 Olrlckland. Clev 343 31 R4 Rodiera, BP Landrtth. SP,.. 137 17 35 3 II .265 Thomaon. Chi. ,339 33 58 7 34 .383 Koppe, Phlll. ,151 31 38 1 7 .353 Poat. Phil 359 34 65 It 54 .aSl Torre Mil 173 16 43 1 33 .350 II An'aon. Phil. 383 31 70 11 36 .348 PalrlT. LA ,, 165 31 41 3 13 .348 Davport, BP 353 48 87 5 3S .346 Bailey, Cln 307 35 51 I 30 .346 B. Taylar. Cbl. ,305 33 50 Kaiko, Cln ,133 15 33 Roitboro. LA ,230 33 55 Howard, NV 331 38 58 Held, Clev 395 46 70 Yoat, Oel 303 69 71 Landia, Chi 393 43 75 McDoucald, NY 393 34 75 Oernerl, Boa 330 31 58 Cerv, KC 358 33 06 11 48 Route, KC .335 aa 60 1 a5 KeouRh, Boe . 161 37 41 8 31 Bauer, NY 305 31 53 6 33 Trlandoa, Bait 341 34 61 33 54 6 35 aa 34 31 .344 .343 .339 .338 .333 Vlrdon, Pitt. ,363 39 86 MeJIaa. PIti. ,..214 31 50 Schmidt. BP ...135 13 31 5 17 .330 Thomaa, Cln. . a7l 37 63 6 33 .338 Allman cm. ..3i)6 37 47 3 15 .338 Moryn, Chi a3l ai 83 8 34 .333 O. An'aQD, Phil. 346 31 48 0 14 .300 ZImmer LA .196 17 34 3 34 .173 OrAnd alam homert—Prteae, Philadelphia, three: Mathews. Milwaukee: Skinner and Oroat. Plttaliurkh: Bnyer and White. Bt Loula: Banks and Averlll, Chicago; Wagner and Brandt, Ban Pran- Cisco, one etch. PITCHINO (Bevca or more declalona) IP H BB SO W L Era Pace, Pitt ...63 46 13 48 14 0 1 16 nuah. Mil. - 63 63 9 45 4 3 3 03 Antonelll, 8P 170 141 60 105 14 4 3 49 Conley. Phil. 133 113 36 79 7 6 3 59 Hinty, Chi. > 73 51 14 63 6 4 3 59 Buhl. Mil. .90 80 33 46 I & 360 McD-leL Bt. L. 81 14 31 61 8 I" 373 Miller, BP . 101 101 37 65 4 3 3.|l lladdtl, Pitt, 133 Ul 10 14 6 • 3.84 Elaton, Chl. .47 35 ai 44 5 a 3,87 Bpahn. Mil. til 170 47 89 11 10 3,15 Dryadalt, LA 171 145 41 147 11 6 3.05 B, Jenea. BP ,160 144 68 138 13 Ne'mb*, cm. Ul laa ti sa i 3Illlman, Chl. 133 107 31 56 5 Banford. BP 111 110 38 59 7 McOevttt, LA 107 107 35 75 8 Ijobble, Chl. 133 107 57 81 10 Kourax, LA ,17 77 51 93 5 J'kaen, «(. L. 141 177 30 87 8 MlltU. II. U 1)5 Ul 41 81 JO MeC'ck. BP laa no 83 76 8 Law,. Pitt, . 149 143 36 61 10 Ande'n, Chl. 135 135 47 55 5 Kllna, ntti 3)7 130 48 61 7 Owana, Fhll. 114 114 53 75 5 Burdettt. Mil Hi 183 33 53 13 Labina.^.)^ ...51 5| 31 30 3 Btia'ardt, CM. 71 74 33 34 Pp<lrM..W.,.lM 101 40 71 "ever Phli: .63 49 39 45 •Ifl« ill Meyer" Phli: .63 49 39 WIII«y. ' 51U>. .74 78 31 31 Broanad, Cin, 71 73 30 43 Dra'tky, Chl. 17 86 47 44 Se'roch,. PMI. 13 78 44 31 3 I 4.66 Purkey, 'cin 131 143 24 48 8 10 4 71 4.77 4 .17 4.93 4.94 6.07 5.06 Rob'rU. Pbll. 1}7 140 31 71 6 I Block, 6t. L. 100 114 43 60 4 5 Huablll.. ClB 88 101 35 37 3 I PrlenA, Put 13S 153 36 55 4 11 Card'aU, Phil 51 47 38 43 3 1 Powler. LA . 55 60 31 43 3 4 La-ence. Cin. 101 IIT 31 46 4 9 3 6 5 43 3 7 B61 5 6 5.54 _ 3 6 5,90 Oomet. iPhll 41 14 16 27 1 7 7.16 Not-htt lamea — Maddtx. Pittaburgh (perrfct gioie for 13 Innlnga, one hit In 131: McCormlck. San Pranclico (tlve inning*). Oni-bit garnet Hobble and Bui hardt, Ohieago; B. Jonea and Banford. Ban PranOttjo, Jay. Mil, ... 63 66 37 40 Pena, Cin. ,60 13 34 39 Danlelt. Pitt. . M> «1 ai 38 Br'llo, 81. L. to 13 50 65 .348 .332 ,333 ,330 30 ,335 44 ,333 73 ,306 33 .300 31 ,399 ,399 ,398 19 41 ,395 33 59 ,393 14 64 ,390 .389 .386 .386 .383 .393 .383 ,379 .379 377 .373 ,373 .373 ,373 .371 ,270 ,370 .368 ,367 ,266 .366 ,3(14 ,3(12 11 37 10 39 12 53 4 33 0 31 31 76 31 63 10 30 a 9 2 28 9 35 18 36 .358 13 33 ,357 4 3H ,357 4 19 ,357 9 31 .387 Boiling, ilel Naragon. Cl-Wa Boyd, Ball Berlola. Waah Lumpe. NY-KC DeMaealrl. KC Samfofd, Waah Klaui, Ball SmUh, Cht Wllllama, Hot Maxwell, Del . . Buddin, Boa ... Oelger, Hot . . Mariln, Clev .. Torgeaon, Chl Daley, Bua Oardner. Bait . aievera, Waah Hartley, KC . Berberet, Det I'lersBlI, Clev Beoquer, Waah Oaborne, Dot Cnrratquel, Ball 313 Ponraon. Wa-Un 138 254 36 64 135 13 34 347 23 63 356 29 64 338 30 59 351 35 64 179 19 44 155 17 38 339 36 68 177 31 43 .356 .355 .355 .354 .253 30 .352 13 .252 21 27 16 26 II 16 36 36 203 47 71 30 63 320 55 137 14 183 25 172 24 144 7 202 34 306 34 134 31 315 36 49 194 21 44 127 11 28 l.%7 22 34 .351 .350 348 .347 ,340 .345 .343 .343 .343 35 1 11 8 31 13 37 7 7 2 0 3 4 0 7 0 35 .341 17 .341 19 .340 .338 .336 .333 .333 31 .331 35 .338 14 .237 10 .330 16 .317 33 .308 5 .303 18 .187 13 .154 llarria, Del 174 17 29 Nixon. Clev .130 7 30 Orand tlam homera — Bkowron, New York, Trlandoa. Baltimore: Held, Cola­ vllo and MInoao, Cleveland; Cerv, Ward iind arlm. Kunaat City: Alllaon and I.emon. Waahliiglnn; Yoat. Rrlilgei, M well Hiid l.epclo, Uetrult; lliidillil. Bleph- tna and Jensen, niistoii; HImpaon and Bmlth, Chicago, one each. PHILADELPHIA — (/W — Parry O'Brien cut loose a mighty world record breaking .shot put Saturday as the United States took a decisive 59-47 lead over Russia in the opening competition of their tw» day international meet. O'Brien hit 63 feet 2'/2 inches, one half Inch belter than his own record which he set in 19.')6. In the women's events, scored as a separate meet, Russia led as expected 34-18. Bell Near Record Pressing O'Brien for top American honors was Gregory Bell who won the broad Jump with 26 feet 7 Inches, only one nnd one quarter inch behind Jes.se Owens' 1935 record oldest on the books. The meet which amounted almost to a preview of the 1960 Rome Olympics drew 26,580 to Franklin Field. American winners In the men's events In addition to O'Brien and Bell Included Ray Norton in the 100 meters In :10..'}; Hayes Jones In the 110 meter hurdles In .iS .e, Eddie Southern, who took the 400 meters In :46.2; and Don Bragg in the pole vault, 15 feet 2^4 inches. Overhauls Russian Norton overhauled Vadlm Arkhipchuk on the last leg of the 400 meter relay to give victory 10 ihe United States in :.'}9.a, but the American girls bowed to their Russian rivals in a mild upset. The speed and brawn of the American men was too much for the Russians, maklnp their first appearance in the United Slates. The 100 meters was no contest except between the American speedsters, with Bob Poyntcr closing fast and coming within inches of catching Norton. The same was true in the high hurdles, with Jones and Lee Calhoun, who was the 1956 Olympic champion, fight- inR it out between themselves. Calhoun led most of the way but Jones had too much speed at the finish. Score 1-2 Slam The United States scored an­ other one-two slam in the 400 but Dave Mills had to put on burst in the stretch to take second from Ardalion Ignatlev, the Russian ace who was caught in :47.4. O'Brien was in rare form. His six throws in the shot were as follows: foul, 61 61-2, 60-n, 63-21/2. and 59-5, Bell got off his great broad jump on is first try. This tied the best he has ever done and constituted the second best broad jump in the history of track. Plies Up Uad Vaslly Kuznetsov of Russia set a sizzling record pace In the first five events of the 10 event decathlon. He piled up a total of 4,625 points. This compares to 4,575 points at the halfway point when he recently set a world record of 8,357 in Moscow. His performances were :10.8 for the 10, 24-3.34 for Ihe broad jump. 50-9,45 for the shot, 6-3 for the high Jump, and :49,6 In the 400 meters. He had a big lead on Mike Herman of the United States (New York) who amassed 4,391. PITCHINO (Heveii or more derlalanal IP H BB BO W L Era. Wilhclm, Halt 133 109 40 77 10 4 1.89 Paaoual. Waah 148 133 46 105 10 7 a .74 Walker, Ball 97 85 31 04 7 4 3,78 Pcrrareae. Clay 68 50 41 40 5 3 a 91 Mcl.lah. Clev i ;i5 130 39 04 II 3 3.07 Porri. NY 129 119 57 HO 9 6 3.14 Mosal. Del .. 123 115 31 52 7 4 3,17 Shaw. Chl .. 110 111 37 43 8 3 3 10 aarver. KC . 131 139 39 38 7 9 3 23 Daley. KC .. 110 110 31 57 9 6 337 Brewer. Boa . 120 115 43 66 7 8 3.38 Lown, Cln , . 45 36 35 37 5 3 3.40 Delook. Boi ' 103 98 53 48 6 5 3.50 Pitcher, Waah O-Dell, Bnit 128 139 44 8 3 3.53 Pitcher, Waah O-Dell, Bnit 113 99 50 5 7 354 Brown,BHll . 84 87 17 45 6 5 3.54 Lary; Del 136 131 38 83 9 7 3.60 Laraen, NY . 83 70 43 47 6 4 3.73 Wyun. Chl .. 140 125 70 106 13 A 3.79 Pappai, Bait . Ul 95 44 63 10 4 3.81 Pierce, chl , 143 143 44 71 10 10 393 Score, Clev 129 113 86 81 117 9 7 3.98 Donovan, Chl 129 113 112 39 47 (I 5 3.98 Sullivan, Dot Ditmar. NV . »7 •7 36 56 • 5 ).IB Sullivan, Dot Ditmar. NV . 114 103 33 55 7 6 4,03 Orant. Clev 94 76 56 45 5 4 4 13 Bell, Clev 122 113 55 71 1 9 4 13 Caaale. Boa . . 16 81 52 46 1 6 4 13 Orlm. KG .. 78 79 l\ 36 5 1 4.14 4.14 Coleman. KC 63 66 l\ 19 1 8 4.14 4.14 Terry. KC-NY 103 107 39 60 3 7 4.11 Ramoa, Waah 135 135 37 53 10 8 4,20 Moora, Chl . 57 60 ?s 29 3 6 4.36 Malta. NY .. 80 84 ?s 43 7 5 4,36 Herbert.KC . .120 133 39 65 7 7 4.50 BunivlnK. Det 13P, 1311 42 104 8 7 4,57 arlgga, WwHh Turley. NY ., 54 54 34 ai a 1 467 arlgga, WwHh Turley. NY ., no 101 65 70 7 9 4.75 Kem'ar, Wuah 134 136 45 54 5 10 4.79 Kuokt. NY-KC 71 76 30 33 3 5 4,83 Poytaek, 0«t 133 125 33 47 1 7 8 37 Nnrleaki, Del 67 69 37 40 4 10 5 91 il'ahm'n, Un-Bo 71 85 38 38 3 9 6.BS One-hit gamea— Wynn and Pierce, Chicago; Wilhelm, BBltlmnrc Turley, New York: Pnaoual, Waslilngloii (five iiinlngai. IjHerbert Whips Senators 10-3 WASHINGTON —iJPt —Ray Herbert, who used to be a relief pitching specialist, Saturday won his fourth straight start as the Kansas City Athletics thumped Washington He held the Senators to six hits and helped his own cause with a two-run homer. The Athletics did most of the damage in two big innings. They bombed Pedro Ramos for five runs in the second and got four off Hat Woodeschick in the eighth. Roakie Cincinnati Pitcher Downs Cubs 5-1 on 6-Hitter Cincinnati—5 Temple,3b Plnsou.cl Bell,rf Roblnali.lb Lynch,lf P'ndleton.lr Bailey,c Jonea.3b Kaako.ta Hook.p AB R II Totals 33 5 8 Chicago 1. RBI—Plnaon. Bell CHICAGO -.(^)~- Jay Hook, recalled from. Seattle of the Pacific Coast League Monday, pitched the Cincinnati Reds to a series-squaring 5-1 triumph over the Chicago Cubs Saturday.. He scattered six hits and strucg out seven in snapping a fqur. game win streak for the Cubs. Hook, ZZ> trouble with only one Cub. Rookie center fielder teeorge AUman frisked him fpr three straight hits including hi8^^p,.,,4 home run over tte^jlil^,field bleachers to launch, the Chicago third. Cinciopati biejtded three hits, all singles/ a walk and Wild 0lt6K^^tt' loser Johnny Bu«hM4t; ln„tt»e third. Willie 4onei siflglfi^.tg 9pen the spree and scored uie^ first run on the wild pitch. Singling Eddie Kaiko got across on Vada Pin- aon'f Ihfteld out. and Gus Bell tingled to score Johnny Tern pie, who had vralked. Bell drove his 13th homer iQto the right field seats after «ttl Hesry Ipimfi Chicago'^ iecond pitcher in the sixth. Hooked ICblcago-l T,T«ylor.2b Dark,3b Wallj.rf Uanka.st Thomaon.If Marahall.Ib S, Taylor,0 Altmnn.cf Buthardl.p a-Noren Henry.I) b-Long Elaton n :-Moryn Totala AB R 11 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 1 6 a—Walked for Buahardt In 5th; b— Struck out for Henry In 7th; c—Lined out for Blalon In «th. Cincinnati 003 001 010—5 Chicago 001 000 OOO—1 K—None. PO-A—Cincinnati 37-16, Chl- cago 37-13. DP—Plnaon and Roblnaon; Dark and Marahall. LOB—Cincinnati 3. man. 3B-^Jonea. 8B—Pinion. IP Hook (W. 1-01 .9 Buxliardl (L, 4-5) 5 Henry 3 Elalon 2 3, Roblnaon, Alt HR-AUm»n. Bell, H 8 4 3 a R BR BB BO 114 7 3 3 1 1 1 I 1 0 WP—Butiiardi, U—Donatelll." Burk hart, Coolon, Venaon. T—3,15. A— 10.417, Redbird-Sheboygon Game Rained Out Racine Redbirds' scheduled exhibition game tonight at Sheboygan was postponed be cause of rain. Next game ahead of the Redbirds is a Milwaukee Industrial League tiff Tuesday night ^gainst Real Refrigeration in Milwaukee. Kanaaa Olly.~l0 |Waalilniliiii-:i Tultlccf l.umi)e,a.'i 3 Domatatrl.aa 2 Maria,If Cerv,It c-Sn.V(ler,lf Boone,lb lladley.lb Williami,3b Chlti.c T'wllllB.r .ab 4 Horbi!il,l> AB H II 5 1 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 a a 1 I To I Ilia 39 10 13 Aan'monte,3b 3 All)»on,cf AU K H Klllebrew, 3b Sievera.Ib Becquer,lh Lemon,If I'ho'Berry.rf Naragon.c Conaolo,ai Ramoa.n a-Bertola . . Wood'ahlck,p 0 o b-Oreen 1 | Itomonoaky.p o o Totala 33 3 6 a-aiiijjied lor Hamoa In 6th; b-Buiited safely for Woodeahlck In 8th; c-Ran for Corv In 8th, KiinHii,s city 050 000 140 - 10 Wiishlngton 100 010 010 - 3 B consolo 3, Klllebrew, Wllliami, PO- A_-KiuiKiis City 27-13, Waahlngton 37-13, DP 81fvera, coiisoio and Blevera. LOll— Kimsus City 4. Waahlngton 5, RBI- Tullle a, corv, Chill. TerwUllger 3, Ilerbcil a Klllebrew 3, SB-Aapromon- le J, TerwUllger. 3B-Marl». HR—Herbort. Tullle, --I,einoii, 8 —AP WIrepholo Taisia Chenchik, USSR high jumper, rolls over the bar to win the women's high Jump event Her winning height was 5 feet, 10 inches, an American and Russian record. Ray Venlurlnl Is to golfing what Yogi Berra is to baseball. Both fellows try mightily to distract the opposition with Inconstant chatter and verbal pressure. In June match play at Meadowbrook, Venturini was paired against John Matichek and the two left the first tee with Venturini chirping steadily. Matichek, who appeared calm in the face of the heavy flow of words, went on to score a convincing victory. Here's why: Someone had tipped Matichek off about Venturinl's chatter-tactics. So when the match was over, Matichek with a triumphant look, pulled cotton— real cotton—out of his ears in what proved to be a dandy weapon against oratory on the links. • • • Sharon Fladoos. the Dubuque, Iowa, lass who lost in the finals of the Women's Western Golf Association junior tournament at Lake Geneva, is a niece of Ed Fladoos, former manager at Racine Country Club. It's feast Shoop Park pro Harry Priaulx. Sometimes he has too many amateurs for pro-am events, but then come times like last Phillies Defeat I L.A. Again 5-2 PHILADELPHIA The Philadelphia Phillies scored five runs on five hits—their full production for the day—in the fourth inning Saturday to beat the Los Angolcs Dodgers behind the four-hit pitching of Don Cardwell 5-2, It was the Dodgers' second straight loss to the last-place Phillies and dropped Los Angeles three games behind the league-leadifig San Francisco Giants who defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3 at Pittsburgh. Joe Koppe opened the Phils fourth inning with a single. He was forced on an attempted sacrifice by Richie Ashburn. Then Ed Bouchee hit loser Dan McDevitt's first pitch over the rightfield wall for his 10th home run of the year, scoring Ashburn ahead of him, Wally Post walked. Gene Freese singled to center. Harry Anderson doubled Post and Freese home. put then come times like last Mi-Rob, skippered by Robert Johnny Klippstein relieved Monday when none of his three Backus, captured the Racine rnovui ur,A r:n^..«« A.,^..- linksmen reported for the pro- Yacht Club Thistle class race am event at Merrill Hills. • • or famine six years, Mike holds a number of clinics. One free clinic he has going now is for boys and girls under 18, each Friday at 7:30 p.m. * * Racine Country Club is entering the Wisconsin women 's championships at Brynwood Tuesday with a squad conslst- inK of Mrs. H. F. C. Brown, Mrs. William Long, Mrs. Frank Hilpert and Mrs. S. C. Johnson. The Meadowbrook entries include Gen Dickert, Mrs. Bill Buffham, Friedel Kundman and Irma Mayer. • * • Women representing Racine Country Club in the Southeastern golf conference thift week practiced so diligently that it virtually disrupted normal golf play at RCC. Several RCC entries In the state amateur, among them Beau Mclik, couldn't find a ispot on the practice range to BOSTON —(JP)— Cleveland manager Joe Gordon and slugging outfielder Minnie Minoso Saturday drew three day suspensions from the American League while the Indians were in a hectic fight to regain first place. The two also were fined i$200 apiece for their parts In a row during the eighth inning of Friday night's 8-7 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Both said they received telegrams from league president Joe Cronin. After the Cleveland ball club iron out the kinks because the ^^ade the announcement of- women had taken over. So if fjcjai, general manager Frank RCC doesn't come up with a La^e fumed: winner in the state amateur, the I,, . ,, ,,, , ,,• apparent y nas one forjblame. naturally, will fall on of rules for the Indians 'the women. ' MI-ROB WINS McDevitt and George Anderson greeted him with a single to center, scoring Harry Anderson with fifth run. ,oa Angelet—1 AB R H ailllam.3b 4 Neal,3b 4 Moon.rf 3 Snider.cf 4 Hodgea.lb 4 Larker.lf 3 Roaebnro.e 3 iWllla.aa 3 McDevltt.p I Kl^^atelri.p 0 . . _Jrly Wllllama.p b-Demeter iLftblne.p Philadelphia—.1 AH R H Knppe.a,i O'Aahburn.cf 1 noucnee,lb 1 Posl.rf 0 Drnkcrf Kreeae,3b H, And'aonir 2 U,And'aon,3b 3 I,onnett,c 3 ICardwellp 3 4 4 1 4 1 3 1 0 0 3 I I 0 0 0 Totall 31 3 4 Tolal.i 38 5 5 a-Popped out for KllppsicIn In 5lh; b-Oroiinded out for Wllliami In 7th, Loa Angelee 100 010 000—3 Philadelphia 000 ,500 O0x-~5 -u ^r ^'J".''. ""O;*- Angelea 34-10. Ph acle phia 37-7. LOB - Loa Angelea 5. Philadelphia 3, RBI Clllliam. Moon. Bouchee 3, H. Anderaon, O, Anderaon 3, 3B—H. Anderson. HR-Moon, Boucher, McDevitt ,L. 8-7. T .,4" ? "5""?^'? Cardwell (W. 3-6) » 4 3 3 3 4 Kllppatein I 0 o 0 1 WiniRmB a 0 0 0 1 I Labine ., 3 0 0 0 0 1 U- Bmlth, Dtt-acoll. Becory, Dixon, T— 3:30, A—8,133. -Klllebrew 3, Buune. Sf IP > , 5 3 1 Herbert (W, 6 -71 Ramoa IL. IQ-B) Woodeahlck , , . Itomonoaky ,. WP-Herbert, n — Stewart. Runge. Papurella and Hurley. T—2:33. A-^ 6,833. H R 6 3 6 5 5 5 1 0 Ell BB SO 3 1 7 1 0 1 4 l I 0 0 0 Field Archery League to Hold 4th Shoot Kettle Moraine Field Archery League will hold its fourth shoot of the year at the Keno- .sha Bowmen's Range next Saturday and Sunday. Awards will be made In all divisions and classes. The range is located on Kenosha county trunk MB between trunks C and V. Speaking of Merrills Hills, the Waukesha course was the target of considerable criticism from most of the pro-am competitors. Fairways were shaggy, the greens were too fast or slow. You name It. Merrill Hills had it. « * « Racine golfers, over some good food the other day. indulged in a long debate over the handicap system. Should a player, say with an eight-stroke handicap, continue to get free holes if a match is tied at the lend of 18? Some insisted the handicap should continue in the overtime play, for, they said, it 'would be like matching a mouse against a tiger. But others felt that the player with the handicap had his chances in the first 18 and so should play the rest on an even basis. Paul Ingrasci had a thought. "Maybe they should play the whole match over." 4< 4< «• Mike Bencriscutto probably does as much to stimulate golf interest among youngsters as anyone in this area. Besides promoting the junior city tournament for the past BRITISH WINNER AINTREE. England —(hijack Brabham of Australia, nursing badly worn tires in the final laps, won the British Grand Prix Saturday and went further ahead in the battle for the world's automobile driving championship. STOCK CAR RACES SUNDAY NITE TIME TRIALS 7 IS RACES B 20 WAUKEGAN SPEEDWAY SA /t ',T Wushiiujton Si l-.i.^..,, Grcn B<iy Hd \ Siiul.,,, H«, 1 •|('j -lU 1.C-, f.liUaiM Adults %1 J', hil.).. n SPECIAL PURCHASE OF BANKRUPT STOCK! PRICED BELOW WHOLESALE! Auto Shaver Converters Shovt In Your Cor With Your Rogulor Home EUctric Shovor. Jutt Plug Into Cigor Lightor. Suplhs Power for: Ideal for: • All MOTORISTS • SAIISMIN • IXICUTiVIS • SPORTSMIN • iOAT OWNIRS Use In: AUTOS lOATS COTTAGES TINTS CAMPSITIS • SHAVIRS • PORTAIli PHONOGRAPHS • lANTIRNS • DICTATING MACHINfS, fic. %J95 Advertised and Sold Regularly at $17,S0 YOU PAY ONLY HAZLETT ^ RACINE'S SHAVE CENTER 416 Sixth St. Phone ME 70161 6 Volt 12 Volt Modtit Saturday. Second was Serena owned by George Tabet, and third was Giddy-Ap, owned by Edward J. Zimmers. Cleveland Trips Boston in 13th BOSTON fell on Boston •iJP)— Cleveland relief pitcher CT«|tu ««-7^^^'^ Murray Wall for four runs in J J I the 13th inning and a 7-5 vie- gSS"" S tory Saturday which enabled Kr"" e the Indians to stay a game-"*"" ' behind first place Chicago. M»rtln.3b Seore.p 3 a-Valo I George Strickland tagged a ^Sv^'^'L ? two-run double while Tito rarR""" o Francona and Woody Held sin- M?L 4% S gled for tallies In the big uprising which also saw Vic Power thrown out at the plate on an attempted triple steal. Cal McUsh spiked a rally in the last of the 13th after Boston picked up two runs on a Malzone double. Almost four hours after the game began, the Indians vented their feelings against Wall. Jim Piersall had prolonged the issue, tying his former Red Sox teammates 3-3 in the eighth inning with a single scoring Billy Martin who had doubled. Martin and Dick Brown cracked solo homers for the Indians. Pete Runnels hit a two run homer and Sammy White belted his first of the season for the Sox before 14,453 at Fenway Park. Score Ferrarese , Oarcla (W. j-5) SmUh McLK 'h Sullivan Brewer , Wall (L, 2-51 Cronin • • • Suspends Indians Wall-oped ' IBoiton— a Totala to 7 14 Buiby.cf e-PIew» aelger .ir Runneia,!* ATll«,3b a«rnert,lb Wall.p h-Ruddlo Mahcnclb Wllllamg.If c-Keough,ef Brewar.p d-W«rtiTlb AB p, H Totall 4* I ( a-Flled out for Score In Ith; b-Llned out for Sullivan In (th; c-Ran tor WII- llamii In loth: d-Int«ntIonaU]r watkid for Brewer In lOth; e-Fouled out for Bu(by In 10th; f-Slngled for Oarcla In I3th: K-Ran for Fitzgerald In I3tb; h-Wklkej for Wall In 13th. Cleveland , Ml 410 010 (MO 4—7 Boiton 003 001 000 000 S—8 C-xOro«n, Held. PO-A-CtovtlMd SO- 10, Bonton 30-15. OP—Whito Md Maltone. LOB—Cloveland 0, Boiiton 10. RBI—Piersall, Praneona, Strickland 3, Held, Brown, Martin, Runneli 3, Mai- tone 3, White. 3B—Power, Runneli, Martin, Brown. Praneona, Strickland, Malzone. HR—Martin, Runneli, Brown, White. IP H R KRBBSO 7 S 3 3 4 S 3H 1 0 0 4 3 .i'<> 0 0 0 3 1 ,^13311 , Ml 1 0 0 1 0 « 7 3 J 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 3 . - 3 6 4 4 a I U—Berry, Honochlck. Flaherty, Dmont. T—4 :13. A—14,453. Simmons Goes to Minor Club PHILADELPHIA— (M—Curt Simmons, erstwhile southpaw ace of the Philadelphia Phils pitching staff, was sent to Wil- llamsport of the Eastern League Saturday "to work the kinks out of his ailing arm." He will report to the Class A club Wednesday. The 30-year-old fastballer, whose pitches recently havo lacked the old zing and fire, is "anxious to pitch, to find out if my arm is In good shape." Hopefully, he adds: "I think it is. I have no aches or ipalns." Simmons will be subject to 24-hour recall while with the jGrays. 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