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NatJQnblleagije W 1J Pal, ait to* AnMl«i 44 an ,0)1 oinolnnMI, 4& 30 .m p tUburih .i ,,,3a 3.1 .Haa PhlUrielnhlk 34 34 .BOO at, ifluU 3a 311 Ml ohioiRo ni .1* . Ilauiton 33 41 . Now York 33 4R ,334 30 OanKi Today Naw Yoi'lc Maakaon 3-11) *l Koun- ton (Bruofl 4'0) Oliiolnnkll (Mftloiioy 7>3 Kurt Titl- toiif'U A-4) At Mllwiiiikfle (BlnnlnBRms ••5 «nd Bftdowikl 4-3) a _ Clilo»«o (Biogllo 1-4 and .iKokiiflii 4-10) AI SI;, Louis (Olbaoii (-6 und SImniong 4-7) 3 Pllttburgh (VoKia 71-fi) si Loa An- •cleg (Dryadale 13-S) . PhlUdelphlii (Gulp 3-4) kl San Fian- •laco (Bolin 3-3 or Horbel s-4) Qamaa Monday PhllarielphI* at Roualon, niRht Kcw York At Ijoa AnReloa, nlirht Only lamea acheduled. Braves ..... 2 Cards Reds I Cubs . Orioles .... 2 Tigers White Sox ... 0 Twins 8 Pirafes 6 1 Dodgers . . * . I 5 Athletics ... 4 2 Indians 2 Giants 6 Astros 2 Phillies .... .5 Mets 0 Yankees . . . • 10 Senators ... 12 Angels 3 Red Sox .... 7 Detroit ..,...)•••.< Wtahinirwn I!!!!I* Beaton> )^ Xtnakt Olty fl*3 %rA «to «)°.«,»V .V-'"« Weaver 3-1), a _ . . , Waihlniton (KrUttMr 0-3 and , tela 5-7 or Ortoia «-«) at Boiton (Wi: •on 6-4 anrt liOrniori 4-7),,a , _ . Baltlmoro (J. .Miller I-tt and Barber s-B) at chioato (John 4-3 and Howard 3-4), a, Oamee Monday gr (^Vk ^f«4 •*')w..nl,h. Detroit at Baltimore, nlint Cleveland at Boaton, nifhl THE RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES SECTION D JUNE 27, 1965 It's a Hot Race in American League Only Two Games Separate Loop's First Five Teams The American League, enjoying its wildest season in years, saw its first five teams just two games apart today following Saturday's diamond action. The race tightened even further after the top three teams were defeated Satur• • * day. Minnesota lost to Detroit 5-2, the Chicago White Sox bowed to Baltimore 2-0 in 14 innings while Kansas City, going nowhere in particular, kept Cleveland from taking first place by trimming the Indians 4-2. Minnesota still held a half- —AP Wlrephoto Joe Nossek, Twins' utility third baseman, made a diving stop of Jackie Moore's smash Saturday but the Detroit player beat it out for a hit during a 5-2 win. 3 Yanks at Wimbledon Reach Quarter-Finals WIMBLEDON, England — W») — Dennis Ralston, 22, America's No. 1 tennis ace, played a strong, assured game against an outclassed opponent Saturday and led a three- man American contingent into the quarterfinals of the Wimbledon Championships. The Bakersfield, Calif, player defeated Thomas Koch of Brazil 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 and became the only entry in the men's singles field who has not dropped a set in four rounds. Ralston was joined in the last eight by Allen Fox, 26, of Los Angeles who is ranked No. 8 in the U.S., and Marty Riessen, the No. 10 player from Evanston, III. 2 Eliminated Two other U.S. challengers cracked against high class opposition and were eliminated. They were Arthur Ashe Jr.. No. 3 U.S. player from Richmond, Va,, and Jim McManus of Berkeley, Calif. Defending champion Roy Emerson of Australia lost his first singles set of the tournament Saturday, and he and second-seeded Fred StoUe were the only Aussies who made it into the last eight out of 18 who started and six who survived to the fourth round. Sixth-seeded John Newcombe was the day's principal upset victim, losing a marathon match to South Africa's Cliff Drysdale, 9-7, 6-4,11-13,11-9. Ken Fletcher and Bob Hewitt were eliminated by their countrymen, Emerson and Stolle, and Bob Howe was knocked out by Riessen. Thus the last eight men included three Americans, two Australians, two South Africans — Drysdale and Keith Diepraam—and eighth-seeded Rafael Osuna of Mexico, who seems to have regained the stylish form that took him to the U.S. singles title in 1963. Convincing Victory Ralston's victory was convincing. He made few mistakes and ran off seven straight games from 4-3 in the second set to 5-0 in the third. Emerson had to work for his 10-8, 6-4, 3-6, 11-9 victory over Fletcher, a young Australian who lives in Hong Kong. Stolle's 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 victory over Hewitt was easy and so was Riessen's 6-2, 6-2, 6-1 decision over Howe. Die- praam had only to play a waiting game against the erratic McManus to win 5-7, 6-4, 6-4, 6-2. Fox, won impressively over veteran Nicola Pietrangeli of Italy 5-7, 7-5, 6-2, 6-4. Osuna's 8-6, 6-4, 6-4 victory over Ashe and Drysdale's long struggle against Newcombe were the thrillers forahe biggest crowd of the tournament. The Mexican's steadiness and his fine touch at the net more than offset Ashe's power, Bueno Wins Maria Bueno. the defending women's champion, led her field into the quarter-finals with a 6-4, 7-5 victory over Britain's Mrs. Ann Jories. Nancy Richey of Dallas, seeded fourth, led five American girls into the round of 16. She overpowered Mrs. Rosemary Deloford of Britain 6-10, 6-0. Billie Jean Moffitt of Long Beach, Calif., beat Jill Blackman of Australia 7-5, 12-10; Jane Albert of Pebble Beach, Calif., defeated Helga Schultze of Germany 6-4, 6-3; Julie Heldman of New York beat Mrs. Robin Lloyd of Britain 6-2, 6-2, and Justina Bricka of St, Louis defeated Monique Salfati of France 6-2, 3-6, 7-5, Later Osuna teamed with Girls in Finals in Net Tourney GREENSBORO, N.C, —W — Nadine Nettcr of Wellesley ambushed top - seeded Carol Southmayd of Duke Saturday to gain the finals qf the USLTA Women's Collegiate Tennis Tournament. Mimi Henreid of UCLA outlasted No, 4 seeded Peggy Moore of Loyola of the South, 6-4, 8-6, to gain the other finals berth. The two will play for the title today. Antonia Palafox, also of Mexico, to pull the biggest upset in the men's doubles. They won a third round thriller from the top-seeded Australian team of Emerson and Stolle 10-12, 6-4, 6-2, 8-10, 7-5. The victory put them in the quarter-finals. Colt Wins for Crosby DUBLIN — Uf) — Bing Crosby bought a one-third interest in Meadow Court just hours before the Irish Derby and then watched Saturday as the American-bred colt won the $155,820 first place money by two lengths. Meadow Court, a grandson of Tom Fool on his maternal side, was owned by Max Bell, a Canadian millionaire. On the eve of the race, he sold a one-third share to Crosby and another one-third to Frank McMahon, a Vancouver industrialist. Sox, Fisher Lose 2-0 CHICAGO — (m — Bob Johnson rapped a two-run double in the 14th inning, following Ron Hansen's third error of the game, and brought the Baltimore Orioles a 2-0 victory over the Chicago White Sox Saturday. Held hitless since the eighth inning, the Orioles got started in the 14th when Luis Aparicio singled with one out against relief ace Eddie Fisher. Jerry Adair then reached first when Hansen fumbled his grounder. Brooks Robinson hit into a force out, but Johnson followed with a long, high' drive to left field that kicked off the glove of Tom McCraw as he backed up to the wall. Fisher Beaten The loss went to Fisher, only his second against eight victories. Dick Hall, who held the White Sox to one hit over the final five innings, got the victory for a 6-2 record. Fisher came on in relief for White Sox in the 10th when the Orioles, who had collected only four hits, threatened against starter Gary Peters after Johnson was hit by a pitch to open the inning. Peters, who was trying for only his second complete game in 15 starts, had been in only one previous jam while locked in the scoreless duel with Oriole starter Dave McNally. Sox Threaten In the sixth, Russ Snyder and Aparicio stroked two-out singles but Peters got Adair to hit into a force play. In the eighth, the Sox loaded the bases but Stu Miller relieved and got pinch hitter Smoky Burgess on a fly to end it. Baltimore—2 Snyder.cf ApRrlclo.ss Adair,2b B.R'b's'n,3b Johnson,lb Bowens.rf Biandl.ll Brown,c McNally,p Slebern.ph Hall,p To Err Is.. Cliliairo—»» ab r h 6 0 : 5 I 2 0 0 Bufoid.3b P.Rob's'n.rr Romano,c 6 1 lIMartln.c 4 0 1 5 0 0 SCO 4 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Skowron.lb Hansen,s.^ Nlch 'B 'n.lf Burgess.ph McCraw,U Berry.cf Wcls.ab Peters,p Pishcr.p Totals Baltimore Chicago E—Hansen McNally S. Miller ab r h 6 0 3 5 0 1 4 0 2 1 0 0 4 0 1 ,5 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 6 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 46 2 «| Totals 47 0 H . 000 000 tH)() 000 02—2 . 000 OUO »(KI UOO 00—0 3. DP—Balllmore 2, Chicago 3. LOB—Baltimore 7, Chicago 11. RBI—Johnson 2, 2B—B. Johnson, Romano, 8—Bowens, P. Robinson. IP H B ER BB SO 7 0 0 4 4 I'h 0 0 0 0 2 Hall. W, 6-2 , 6 I 0 0 1 3 Prtcrs , . . O^i) 4 0 0 2 4 Klsher, L, 8-2 4Vh 2 2 0 1 3 HBP—Bv Peters iB. Johnson), WP— McNally. T—3:17. A—12.047. A's Thwart Indians 4-2 CLEVELAND — m —Fred Talbot and Don Mossi pitched the Kansas City Athletics to a 4-2 victory over the Cleveland Indians Saturday for the Indians' second loss in 14 games, Talbot, who shut out the Indians in Kansas City two weeks ago, hurled the first seven innings and got credit for his fifth victory in nine decisions. He was relieved by Mossi after Vic Davalillo singled leading off the eighth. The Indians were blanked by Talbot through the first five innings during which ey didn't get a runner past second base. Going into the fourth inning with a 1-0 lead, the Athletics staged a three-run rally and c'lased starter Lee Stange. Singles by Mike Hershberger, Dick Green and Talbot drove in the runs. Leon Wagner's 10th homcrj of the season capped a two-j run Cleveland rally in thei sixth. game lead over the pursuing White Sox and Cleveland. The Orioles are one game out, Detroit two. White Sox hurlers had pitched 32 straight scoreless innings before the Orioles, with the help of an error, broke through for their two runs in the 14th inning. • * • Tigers Clout Twins 5-2 ST, PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS — — Willie Horton drove in three runs with a single and bases-loaded walk, and Mickey Lolich tamed Minnesota with help from a trio of re I levers as Detroit beat the Twins 5-2 Saturday. Horton delivered a bases- full two-out single in the fifth inning for the game's first two runs. He also walked with the bases jammed in the seventh. Another Tiger run came home in the seventh on George Thomas' sacrifice fly, which left fielder Bob Allison caught in foul territory. Lolich went six innings before tiring. He yielded a Minnesota run in the sixth when Zoilo Versalles, Joe Nossek and Tony Oliva singled in succession. Until that burst, Lolich had yielded only Versalles' first-inning, leadoff double. He struck out 10 and permitted only four hits, Larry Sherry relieved Lolich, who got the victory, but ran into trouble in the seventh when he issued a walk and Rich Rollins singled. Ron Nischwitz got the Tigers out of that jam, but wild pitched a run home in the eighth. Terry Fox finished up, Minnesota—2 Wild Pitch Allows Run as Braves Trip Reds ab r h ab r h Wert.3b S 1 1 V'.'ialles..ss 3 1 2 Lumpf,2b 3 I 2 Nossek.3b 4 0 2 Demcter.lb .1 1 2 Ollva.rf 4 1 1 Kallnc.cf 2 1 lIKIlleb'w.lb 4 0 1 Horton.If 4 0 1 Allison.If 4 0 0 Thomns.rf 4 0 llHall.cf 3 0 0 M'Aullffe.ss 5 0 1 Rollins.2b 3 0 1 Moore.c 3 0 1 Zlm'man.c 3 0 0 Lolich.p 3 1 1 MIncher.ph 1 0 0 NLschw'z.p 1 0 0 Sevclk.c 1 0 0 Pox. p 1 0 0'°lel.vp 1 0 0 V'ld'plno.ph 1 0 0 KIndall.ph 1 0 0 Allen.ph 1 0 0 Tot alt ,36 X 11 Totals .'(3 '\ 7 —Journal-Ttmea Photos SUCCESS AND FAILURE AT MEADOWBROOK — Paul Loth, Racine amateur, tossed his club somewhat unhappily after a so-so shot in the Meadowbrook Invitational Saturday. However, below, Wally Luka, who is built like a pro tackle, was on the cheerful side following his hole-in-one on the 11th. (See story on page 3.) Kanaas City—4 IClrvrland—'.' «b r h) 4 1 1 iBro\vn..'is 4 0 l:Dnvlo.rf 4 1 2!Salmon 3b 4 0 lIColRvllo.rf 0 0 OIWaKuer.lf 4 n OiWhllflekl.lh 3 1 llHow.ser.ph Miiine^tota E Stigman. (too 000 001 Moore. Rollins. 01 DP- M I L W A U K E E—(i^*)— Frank Boiling raced home on Bill McCool's wild pilch in the seventh inning with tlie run that gave Milwaukee a 2-1 victory over Cincinnati Saturday. Ken Johnson scattered six hits for his sixth triumph against three defeats. He blanked the Reds after the first inning when Tommy Harper walked, stole second and came home as Frank Robinson doubled, Joey Jay pitched the first six innings for the Reds but had to leave after his right elbow weakened. McCool came on at the start of the seventh and walked Boiling with one out. Boiling dashed to third on Hank Aaron's single and Cincinnati—1 Harper,II Rose,2b Plnson,cf Rob'son.rt Coleman.lb D. J'nson,3b ISclwnrd.s.c Cardenas,sa Jny,p Shnmsky,ph Easy Run Milwaukee— 2 ab r h 3 1 0 4 0 1 4 0 0 4 0 2 3 0 1 3 0 I 3 0 0| 3 0 1 2 0 0 Cnrly,!! Cllne.cf BolllnR.2b Aaron.rf ITorre.c Jone..;.cf Oliver, lb [Miithcw.s.3b Wood'ard.ss 1 0 OIK. Jenson.i) ab r h 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 I 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 Totals »U I «l Totals ai 2 U CliieliiiiHtl 100 tlOO (HII^I Mlhvaukcv . 001 000 I0«— E-PlnsoM. DP- MlhVHUkee 1. I,OB Clnolnunll 3, Mllwiuikee 10 RBI Rob Inson. Torre. 3B- Robinson. Aaron. 3B —Robln.son. BB—Hnrper, Ainon. 8 -K Johnson. IP H R ISR nn 80 Jay 0 7 113 3 Mi-Cool t, 4-4 1 1112 1 NuxhHil 1 1 0 0 0 1 K. J'nsnn W, fl-3 l» 0 1113 WP- MnConl. T—3:38. A-8,002. scored the deciding run as McCool unleashed a wild pitch with Joe Torre at bat, , Robinson tripled leading off the Reds' seventh but was out trying for iin inside;the-park home run, Gordy Coleman followed with a single. C'pan'ris.lf Causey..ss Lanrils.cf Har'lson.lb Rosarlo.lb Charles.3b M'berger.rt Bryan. 0 aiepi\.2b Talbnl.p Mossi.p Detroit 1. Minnesota 1. LOB—Detroit 13. Minne .sotR 7. RBI—Horton 3. Thomas. Moore. Oli- gb r h va. 2B—Versftlle.s. McAuUffe. Kalinc. 4 0 0 S Moore. 8F—Thoma.'; 8-3 IP 3 1 0 4 0 1 3 0 1 Slins.r Azcue.ph Onn «nie7 ..2b 1 0 O'.Slaiiue p Mlnton.ph MrMnhoii.n 4 0 2 3 1 i|l,olleh W, 3 0 0 Sherry \ I 2|Ni.schwltz 3 0 0|POX 1 0 O.'Plfis L, 3-1 3 0 oPory 1 0 0 Sllgman 4 0 1 I Po.-inow 1 n 0 Kllppstein 1 0 0 Pl'l'' faced 3 men In 5lh. i HBP By Lolich Versalles. chwll?. 3 T 3:30. A-20,181. 1' H 1 ' :i R ER BB SO I 0 1 Tnl>l.< .14 4 Kl Tiil:ils .'IK •> 7 Kansas (IIT IIMI .HIM) 000—4 I'Irvelsnd Ollll 00'! 000—'.' E - Sims. Prvan DP Kansas ritv I LOB - Kansas City 6. CMeve- land 6, RBI — Landls. HershbcrRer. Oieeii Talbot. Wagner. 3B — Landls. Salmon MR — Wagner llOi. SB — Cam- panevis. Salmon IP H R flR BB SO Talbot, W.5-4 7 7 3 3 3 1 Mossi 3 0 0 0 0 0 Slaiine L.2-1 3'ii 0 4 4 1! SjirhiK 1 V:i 1 0 0 fl 1 McMnlion 4 10 0 13 Talbot raced 1 man in aili. T - 2:47 A — 6.SOU. Pinnow Letters in Two Sports Racine's Gary Pinnow was one of eight University of Wisconsin athletes to earn varsity letters in two sports during the 1964-65 season. Pinnow lettered in both football and baseball, as did Hal Brandt. Paul Morenz and Dennis Sweeney earned monograms in basketball and baseball, while trackmen Steve Tullberg, Jim Weinert, Bruce Eraser, and Barney Peterson all doubled in cross country. •WP—Nis- Isaduchess Wins Arlington Race CHICAGO — — Isadu chess, owned by the Brookfield Farm of Harry Isaacs of Baltimore, closed strongly and won the $39,750 Modesty Handicap by l'/(. lengths at Arlington Park Saturday. Tuzana edged Abrogate for second money in the seven- furlong race for fillies and mares, Isaduchess paid $7.60, $4,60 and $3.40. Tuzana returned $8.40 and $5,80, Abrogate paid $3,60. •SVELT' LEGGETT CHICAGO —(^)- SIGNS - Defen- Leggett, a dozen sive tackle Earl trimmed down pounds to 255, signed Saturday for his eighth season with the Chicago Bears. Tax Rule Hits Horse Racing LEXINGTON, Ky. —(^)—A Kentucky Court of Appeals ruling that all personal prop erty must be assessed at its fair cash value for tax purposes has the thoroughbred racing industry in a tizzy. The recent ruling upset almost all of the state's property owners, but tliose who own race horses are having nightmares of being smashed. Officials have hastened to promise lower local tax rates to compensate for the higher assessment, effective Jan, I. Reaction from spokesmen in the industry produced comments that ranged from: —Wonder. "How can we do that? There isn't any way to tell what a horse is worth unless you sell him." -Confidence, "I'm sure the state isn't that stupid. They'll do something to keep the tax from rising too sharply." —Anger. "This damned thing is a joke. It's a mockery. Racing cannot take any more tax." The average taxpayer's bill could increase about three times. Pirates Use Law to Jolt Dodgers 6-1 LOS ANGELES — Cff) — Pittsburgh's Vernon Law pitched a three-hitter, won his eighth straight game and collected three hits himself as the Pirates whipped the National League-leading Los Angeles Dodgers 6-1 Saturday. Law, who hasn't lost since dropping his first five decisions, triggered rallies jn the eighth and ninth innings with two of his singles. He hit a three-run homer in his last victory. Two of the hits off the veteran came in the sixth when the Dodgers tied the score 1-1 on singles by pitcher Claude Osteen and Wes Parker. Law led off the eighth with a single, and Bob Miller relieved Osteen. Law moved to second on a sacrifice and raced home with the tie- breaking run on pinch hitter Bill Virdon's double. Bill Mazeroski closed out the rally with a two-run single. Law led off the ninth by beating out an infield single and scored on Donn Ctenden- fourth hit. on s riltaburih—« Balley,3b Mota,cr V1rdon,oJ Clem'nte.rf Clendenonlb Ma'oakl.Sb Stargell.lt Alley,«a PsRli 'onl.o L»w,p •b rh 4 1 t 3 0 0 a 1 1 4 a 1 5 0 4 B 0 3 0, 3 0 0 S7 • 111 Loi Anictot—.1 Wlll«,ta aillUm,3b Parker.tb i'»lly.rf iRoa'boro.o Johnion.U ~ • i .of D»vU.t. tefebvra.Sb 4 0 0 Oaieen,p 4 3 3 Cr«w(o'd,ph Tadli % St 3 . 3 0 0 4 0 a 4 0 0 a 0 " Total! Plltiburih Lot Ani«l«t .-. -._ .... _ H—ClsmanU. OP—Plttiburib 1, Lot AnselM 3. RBI~B«ll«y, VlTdoo, Olin« dennon a. MftMroakl 3, Pftrk«r. Vlrdon, Cl»mfn»ft. .HR-Billv i B..U,. Joh„.o„, ^ „ „ ^ MJW .!, J4 i II Perrknoikl j § i % HBP-By OftMO. It»r |«ri. 7-4 iM« A—3t.1M. '-'t

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