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MCJI^I SUNDAY lULLrriN Suntfor, Jiini 27, IMS LEAGUE STATISTICS BdtHng Averages and Pitching Records BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (CompUitt through games of Friday night) National League ritUburth Olnelnnatl 'tliwkuk*.*. Phliadelpfiik B »n Franolaoo Bt. Louli Lot Anf ete* Chlokgo Houston Mew York OLVB BATTING AB R H HR Pet. 3317 aPa 848 54 ,371 3338 358 630 83 .371 3114 301 Sta 75 .371 3376 367 673 65 ,353 3364 370 668 60 .251 3413 307 608 49 .348 3360 380 886 37 ,347 3410 380 888 3484 373 673 3363 337 531 50 .343 43 .331 50 .336 INDIVIDVAL BATTING (lis or more kt b«ti) American League (Throuch |*nei at Friday, Junt (S) CLVB BATTING Boyer, Linz Pace Yanl(S in 10-3 Win Cleveland Boston Minnesota Kansas CH; Chicago Baltimore Detroit Los Anscloi New York Washington AB 3114 3247 333R 2057 2166 2350 2183 2306 2268 2238 R H HR Pet. 260 538 66 .354 388 587 75 .353 30R 557 75 ,349 333 506 46 .346 253 533 62 .241 276 640 68 .240 296 510 65 .334 220 526 43 .328 287 611 87 .226 357 404 68 .221 Aaron, Mil Mays, BF Torre, Mil Clements, Pgh Coleman, Cln Allen. Phi Gonzalez, Phi Clend'non. Pgh 248 43 J. AlOU, SF 263 42 PInson, Cln Rojas, Phi Johnson, LA VIrdon, Pgh Fairly, LA Williams, Chi Boiling, Mil Banks, Chi Kranepool, ' u. Mil AB R H HR Rbl Pot^ 217 43 78 la 31 .346 337 61 80 23 63 .338 304 33 68 16 41 .333 333 37 76 1 35 .328 il Sf iS 2g :? ="> ? II ill 83 6 34 .313 280 47 87 12 43 .311 106 33 61 3 14 ,311 30 18 37 5 21 .308 235 26 88 1 13 .307 257 36 78 7 43 .304 384 40 86 10 41 .303 300 35 6B 1 18 .395 386 38 78 13 89 .393 MY 222 22 65 4 29 .293 Aim, MS ' 243 30 71 10 37 .202 Johnson, Cln 248 41 71 11 63 .280 Mnrnvpr 8P 220 40 63 15 41 .;J»o it^iiii raftra.'^' m 1 Cardenas. _C.,n 243 26 67 6 240 38 66 10 270 35 73 0 315 27 58 7 141 30 38 4 361 43 70 S 363 39 70 3 120 18 33 a 247 33 65 « 233 38 61 3 205 31 53 3 180 30 49 13 341 33 83 6 258 33 66 0 303 35 53 4 247 23 63 8 Altman, Chi Wynn, Htn Wills, LA Bmlth, NY Oliver, Mil Brock, 8tL Bond, Htn Maz'oskl, Pgh Boyer, BtL , Parker, LA Alley, Pgh Jones, Mil Bailey, Pgh Groat, StL Clemens. Chi Hart, 8F Chrls'pher, NY 333 16 50 3 Bwobods, NY 179 37 45 13 Morgan, Htn Landriun, Cbl 373 40 68 3 138 17 33 a 300 33 53 11 Stuart, Phi W. Davis, LA 222 24 55 4 Taylor, Phi 203 35 5 0 3 Javier. BtL 153 34 3 7 1 Rosebero, LA 315 17 53 3 McMillan, NY 353 33 61 1 M. AlOU. BF 187 30 48 1 Haller, BF 158 11 38 3 Davenport, BF 116 15 38 1 Mathewi, Mil Beokert, Chi Lewis, NY Lanier, BF Lefebvre, LA Maye. Hnt Schefleld, BP Llllls, Hnt Tracewskl. LA etaub. Htn Brand, Htn 337 35 54 13 285 36 67 1 313 36 50 313 16 50 348 25 57 148 16 34 312 24 48 210 18 47 150 15 33 203 19 44 155 16 33 Covington, Phi 128 17 27 11 Amaro, Phi 138 21 28 0 Klaus, NY 207 20 41 1 Ban'iizarro, NY 126 8 25 0 Dalrymple, Phi 131 4 25 1 Hickman, NY 141 33 33 S 47 .381 22 .280 . 42 .278 26 .276 30 .276 35 .275 14 .270 27 .270 17 .270 31 .268 39 .267 13 .267 35 .363 10 .363 10 .259 31 .259 16 .257 26 .256 22 .256 36 .255 34 .253 30 .351 14 .350 14 .350 36 .349 33 .348 10 .348 15 .343 37 .342 17 .241 13 .241 13 .241 10 .341 40 .338 10 .335 25 .335 13 .235 31 .230 10 .230 11 .226 0 .324 16 .220 26 .217 21 .213 .211 .203 .198 .198 .191 .163 and INDIVIDUAL BATTING (IIA or mora at baU) AB R H HR RBI Pot. Davallllo, Cle 239 Ystz'skI, Bsn 186 Hall, MIn 323 Horton, Oct 189 MantUla, Bsn 331 Robinson, Bal 189 McA'llffe, Det 336 Jones, Bsn 138 Ward, Chi 217 Colavlto, Cle 224 Howard, Was 249 Battey. MIn 137 Snyder. Bal 116 Trcsh, NY 389 Wagner, Cle 235 Whitfield, Cle 160 Skowron, Chi 232 Alvis, Cle 240 Kallne, Dct 204 Blefary, Bal 151 Landls. KG 123 Camp'rls. KG 258 Harrelson, KG 151 M'M'Uen, Was 244 OUva, MIn 266 Charles, KG 231 Allison, MIn 197 Cardenal, LA 266 Adair, Bal 236 Green, Bsn 232 Buford, Chi 187 Con'gliro, Ban 353 Green, KC 180 RIoh'dson, NY 373 Thomas. Bsn. 328 Pearson. LA 29 36 36 39 32 35 47 30 34 42 38 13 16 46 41 13 31 44 40 24 16 27 24 36 40 25 33 33 21 50 33 34 37 33 36 160 23 276 25 er, KG 164 8 17 27 44 23 45 Pregosl, LA H'shb'gi Brandt. Bal 121 36 14 W. Smith. LA 220 Versalles, MIn 280 Held Was 151 Kll'brew, MIn 231 Lumpe, Del 199 34 Knoop, LA 172 21 Bryan. KC 120 13 Pepltone, NY 225 20 Slebern, Bal 141 24 Causey, KC 186 20 Mantle, NY 183 36 Robinson, Chi 245 33 Cater. Cbl 229 28 Hansen, Chi 237 22 Hlnton, Cle 174 21 Orslno, Bal 163 25 Howser. Cle 197 28 Demeter, Det 181 31 Aicue, Cle 151 6 Rollins. MIn 224 26 Adcock, LA 133 10 Maris, NY 138 IS King, Was 131 34 Wert, Det 234 31 Boyer, NY 200 33 Powell, Bal 207 33 Bressoud, Bsn 137 17 Bl'game, Was 199 19 Mathews, KC 145 Aparlclo, Bal 270 Chance, Was Grand Blam Homers—coleraan Perez, Cincinnati; Stuart, Philadelphia; Mathews and Jones, Milwaukee; Rodgers, Pittsburgh. PITCHING (sis or more decisions) IP H BB Bo W L Kra Law, Pgh 96 68 15 4 8 7 8 1.59 Marichal, BF 133 103 18 105 11 6 1.69 Koufax, LA 137 97 27 150 13 3 1.91 McBean, Pgh 55 50 17 28 3 5 3.13 Parrell. Htn 05 82 15 57 8 2 2.18 Osteen, LA 132 101 32 75 « 7 2.39 BoUn, BP 49 36 23 38 3 3 2.39 Shaw. BF 86 67 20 71 7 4 3 .41 Owens, Htn 48 32 15 37 3 4 2.44 Raymond. Hnt 63 60 11 69 3 3 2.57 Drysdale. LA 130 104 20 100 11 6 2.59 Maloney; Cln 100 77 33 08 7 3 3 .61 Bla's'me MU 108 78 51 62 8 8 3 .63 ODell. Mil 54 45 13 32 5 3 2.67 Podres. LA 84 75 37 35 3 3 3 .68 Veale, Pgh 117 09 34 109 7 6 3 .77 Herbert, Phi 71 81 13 21 3 Gibson, BtL 132 100 49 113 S Herbel. BP 70 63 14 64 5 McCOOl, Cln 37 30 13 45 4 Bunnlng, Phi 114 125 29 103 8 Blm'ons, BtL 108 114 31 48 4 Buhl. Chi 105 93 28 40 8 Ells'th. Chi 102 104 29 4 8 8 Gulp, Phi 59 52 34 32 3 Btallard. StL 85 77 32 44 4 Short, Phi 111 104 39 85 8 Ellis. Cln 114 93 48 71 12 Bruce, Htn 110 122 15 7 8 5 Fisher. NY 106 100 33 37 5 Sado'ski, Mil 40 32 0 23 4 Wshlck. BtL 37 37 24 23 3 Perry, BF 113 102 32 08 6 Johnson. Mil 91 79 23 57 5 Clon'ger, Mil 117 85 61 73 10 Cardwell, Pgh 86 94 22 38 5 Koonce, Chi 96 95 31 48 6 Glusti, Htn 73 72 24 53 Bpahn, NY 115 118 28 51 Tsltouris, Cln 72 68 36 43 Friend, Pgh 93 99 13 30 Wash'rn, BtL 49 49 12 31 Nofbart. Htn 74 86 28 40 Schwall, Pgh 24 36 9 18 KroU, NY 55 54 26 32 Jay, Cln 83 69 34 54 Gibbon, Pgh 64 52 18 15 33 _ 151 18 Schaal, LA 220 19 Linz, NY 159 33 Berry, Chi 178 16 Malzone, Bsn 162 14 Rodgers, LA 206 17 Lock, Was 172 24 KlndaU. MIn 188 21 Tillman. Bsn 173 11 Blair. Bal 149 25 Brink'n. Was 196 18 Freehan, Det 168 16 Cash. Det 147 24 Kubek. NY 132 8 Clinton. LA 117 12 _ _ .... Grand slam homers—Mantilla, Boston; Green, Kansas City; Pepltone and Mantle. New York; Hlnton and Whitfield, Cleveland; Howard and Lock, Washington; Freehan. Detroit; Pasoual, Minnesota. PITCHING (six ermora decisions) 84 63 72 61 74 59 73 42 65 64 71 39 33 76 66 45 65 67 57 43 34 71 41 66 71 59 52 70 62 61 49 66 47 71 59 41 71 42 31 56 71 38 58 50 43 30 58 35 46 45 60 58 55 42 30 47 43 36 53 31 33 30 53 45 48 30 44 32 SO 33 48 34 38 32 42 35 38 35 30 39 32 28 24 21 4 29 11 40 13 37 16 48 10 64 5 33 9 30 2 18 5 26 17 47 12 47 3 21 0 12 11 30 0 31 8 29 9 33 13 36 14 46 30 1 3 11 11 13 .381 .333 .323 .323 .320 .313 .309 .304 .300 .286 .285 .285 .264 .283 .381 .281 .280 .279 .279 .378 .276 .275 .272 .270 12 31 23 28 38 .268 25 .267 33 .264 28 ,363 27 .263 19 .263 11 .262 13 32 .261 6 15 .261 0 30 .360 12 37 .259 2 12 .258 4 21 .287 IS 6 12 6 29 7 36 0 26 13 34 2 33 .256 .286 .255 .284 .252 .281 .281 .250 .280 .249 .248 .247 .246 .245 .245 .343 22 .341 30 .341 3 .339 33 .338 18 .338 18 .337 18 .235 25 .232 25 .339 NEW YORK — (JP) —Clete Boyer and Phil Linz each drove in two runs and scored two as the New York Yankees trampled the Los Angeles Angles 10-3 Saturday. New York's Jim Bouton, seeking his first win since May 8, had to leave the game in the fourth inning after pulling a muscle in the upper part of his left leg. He led 3-1 at the time, Linz led off the first inning with a walk from Marcellino Lopez, and the Yankees scored three runs. Elston Howard and Joe Pepltone each singled across a run in the inning. Boyer highlighted another three-run burst in the fourth inning, slamming a homer after Pepitone doubled. Linz singled across Ross Moschitto and Boyer in the four-run fifth inning and came home as Roger Maris singled. Vic Power, who had all three Los Angeles hits Friday night, extended his streak to five straight hits before grounding into a double play in the sixth. He drove in the Angels' first run in the fourth. Merritt Ranew homered in the seventh. Willie Sojc' Hwm Has Confidence hot Angeles— 3 abrh Cardenal,e( Pearson,rl Fregosl.ss W.Smlth.lf Adcock, lb Gotay,2b Power,2b Rodgers.c .226 .225 .222 .222 .221 .221 .219 .219 .218 .214 .213 .211 .204 .203 .202 .202 .201 .199 .193 .190 .182 .179 Spangl'r.ph B.Smith.ph Schaal.3b M.Lopez.p Ranew,c 5 0 2 5 0 1 4 0 0 4 1 2 4 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 3 1 2 New York—10 abrh LInz.sa Rlch'son ,2b Marls.rf Howard.0 Tresh.cf H.Lopez,lf Mosc'to.cf Pepltone.lb Boyer.3b Bouton.p T'fen'er.p Kubek,ph Clarke.2b 2 2 1 4 1 1 4 1 2 5 1 1 4 0 0 3 0 1 2 10 5 1 2 4 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Totals 37 3 1!»| Totals 86 10 12 Los Angelsa 000 110 100— 3 New York 800 340 OOx— 10 E — Pregosl. Schaal. DP — New York 1. LOB — Los Angeles 8, New York 9. RBI — Cardenal, Power, Ranew, Linz 2. Richardson, Maris, Howard, H. Lopez, Pepltone, Boyer 2. 2B — Cardenal, W Smith, Adcock. Pepltone. HR — Ranew (1), Boyer (4). SB — Linz. a — LIni 2. IP Lopez L ,7-7 . 3 —AP WIrephoto Jesus Alou tried to go from first to third on a single but his ambitions were nullified whvn Richie Allen of the Phillies tagged him out. However, the Giants won 6-5. Winning Run Walked in as Giants Top Phillies Jay, Cln Gibbon. Pgh Jackson, NY 82 06 21 Bellnsky, Phi 82 59 27 Jackson. Chi 04 116 26 Maheffey, Phi 46 62 19 Lemaster, Mil 72 78 38 Purkey, BtL 67 80 19 72 89 27 32 54 76 26 38 key, Badeckl, BtL O'Toole, Cln 6 2.93 4 3.09 3 3.16 5 3.24 8 3.3t 6 3.34 3 3.38 4 3.36 2 3.39 6 3.41 3 3.47 9 3.52 8 3.57 2 3.60 5 3.65 7 3.66 3 3.66 5 3.77 2 3.87 5 3.94 3 3.95 4 10 3. 5 4 4.00 6 4.06 5 4.22 6 4.50 3 4.S0 5 4.58 2 4.66 5 5.06 0 8.16 4 5.66 4 10 5.74 2 5 6.07 4 7 6.13 6 5 6.58 3 7 6.63 1 8 7.67 IP H BB SO W L ERA Fisher, Chi 74 48 16 48 8 1 1.34 S. Miller. Bal 62 28 15 47 5 3 1.56 Pappas. Bal W'gton, MIn 100 82 19 56 8 2 1.80 Pappas. Bal W'gton, MIn 28 18 13 12 3 3 1.93 Fox. Det 32 20 11 12 4 3 1.97 Kaat, Min 117 101 21 SO 6 7 2.00 Brunet, LA 63 48 25 47 5 4 2.00 Horlen, Chl M'D'ell, Cle. Hall, Bal Lee. LA 104 82 12 53 7 5 2.16 Horlen, Chl M'D'ell, Cle. Hall, Bal Lee. LA 105 68 64 13 7 9 2.31 Horlen, Chl M'D'ell, Cle. Hall, Bal Lee. LA 40 29 1 36 5 2 2.48 Horlen, Chl M'D'ell, Cle. Hall, Bal Lee. LA 57 43 25 41 4 4 2.53 B-zh'rdt, Chi 78 63 18 46 7 1 2.54 Lopez, LA 104 87 40 61 7 8 2.60 Terry. Cle 97 78 13 53 7 3 2.69 Sfle'yre, NY 122 103 35 66 7 4 2.73 Agulrre, Det Siebert. Cle 95 73 23 59 9 2 2.76 Agulrre, Det Siebert. Cle 68 51 23 69 7 3 2.78 Bos'ell, Min 61 40 21 44 4 3 2.80 Rlchert, Was 80 60 25 64 5 5 2.81 St'ford, NY 74 62 24 46 2 4 3.04 May. LA 84 66 46 53 4 7 3.11 Pasc'l. Min 109 87 42 69 8 2 3.22 Lonborg, Bsn 83 75 28 47 4 7 3.25 M'q'te, Bsn 105 101 21 45 6 8 3.26 Do'ning. NY 83 79 42 68 6 7 3.36 Newman, LA 122 103 38 47 7 6 3.39 Sparma, Det McNally. Bal 58 53 28 43 5 3 3.41 Sparma, Det McNally. Bal 70 62 31 33 3 3 3.47 Roberts, Bal 93 91 16 49 4 7 3.48 Lollch, Det 98 88 31 83 7 3 3.40 Grant, Min 97 90 14 51 7 2 3.53 Talbot. KC 81 69 36 48 4 4 3.86 Bunker, Bal 68 61 18 29 4 3 3.57 Tlant. Cle 80 64 29 56 6 3 3.60 Barber. Bal 65 64 31 34 8 5 3.60 John. Chl 57 48 20 42 3 3.63 Daniels. Was 69 73 27 24 5 7 3.65 Ford, NY 90 93 24 60 8 6 3.70 Howard, Chl 60 51 29 48 4 3 3.78 McLaln, Det 81 86 30 80 4 3 3.78 O'D'gh'e, KC KralTck, Cle 75 75 23 29 4 9 3.84 O'D'gh'e, KC KralTck, Cle 42 48 11 15 2 5 3.86 M'ehe'd, Bsn 76 62 51 60 4 6 3.91 Peters. Chl 81 88 25 39 5 5 4.00 Wilson, Bsn 88 74 29 57 5 4 4.34 Chance, LA 80 86 46 50 4 4 4.35 Radatz. Bsn 53 49 18 56 4 5 4.78 Ortega, Was Wk'ham. Det 90 83 39 43 8 8 4.80 Ortega, Was Wk'ham. Det 72 88 28 38 1 6 8.08 Segul. KC 82 79 36 62 4 9 5.16 Bouton, NY 88 77 37 55 3 7 6.19 Narum. Was 66 71 48 39 2 8 5,73 Pena. Det 35 42 13 24 0 6 6 .94 La?man 2 McBrlde 2 Gatewood 1 Bouton 3*4 T'fen'uer W,l-1 3Vi Renlff 2 Lopez faced 3 men In 14th. HBP — TIefenauer, Schaal. WP — Latman. T — 2:35. A — 13,286. H 8 5 1 0 4 7 1 ER BB SO 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 SAN FRANCISCO — UP)— Gary Wagner walked Jim Hart with the bases loaded in the ninth inning, forcing in Jim Davenport with the winning run in San Francisco's 6-5 victory over Philadelphia Saturday. Wagner retired the first batter in the inning but walked Davenport, gave up a single to Jesus Alou and passed Willie Mays intention­ ally. He then walked Hart, ending the game. Masanori Murakami stopped the Phillies on one hit in the final two innings, picking up his second career major league victory. The Giants, who scored four runs in the first inning, had to battle back to tie the score 5-5 in the eighth on Willie McCovey's 16th homer. The shot came off Lew Burdette, who had held the Giants scoreless since relieving Philadelphia—K I ab r li, 3 1 0 5 0 1 4 1 0 3 2 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 38 6 7 San Francisco— 8 •b r h Dav'p't.sa 4 1 1 J.Alou.rf 4 1 3 Mays,cr 3 1 1 Hart,3b 4 1 1 Peterson,It 1 0 0 M.Alou.lf 3 0 0 Hlatt,lb 1 1 1 McCovey .lb 2 1 2 Lanler,2b 4 0 2 Hundley.o 4 0 0 Perry ,p SchofTd.ph 2 0 0 Perry ,p SchofTd.ph 1 0 0 G'br'ls'n.ph 10 0 Totals 84 811 Senators Tip Red Sox 12-7 Huarte Leads East Past West 34-14 Briggs.cf Rolas,2b Callison.rt Allen,3b Cov'fn.If H'rnst'n.lf Stuart, lb Amaro, lb Dal'mple.c Wlne.ss 3hort,p Johnson.pb Burdette.p Taylor.ph Totals .. Winning i PhlUdclphIa 202 000 100—8 Baa Franolsea 400 000 Oil—8 E—None. pP--Ban Francisco 1. LOB —Philadelphia 7, Ban Francisco 0. RBI—-RoJas. Allen 2, Covington S, Hart 2, Peterson, McCovey, Lanier a. 2B--Covington, Rojas, Lanier, Davenport, HR^Allen 11, McCovey 18. BB— J. Alou, Johnson. „^ ^ IP H R XR BB BO Short 1 3 4 4 2 2 Burdette 7 7 1 1 1 o Wagner, L. 2-J .. y, 1 l l 3 0 Perry 7 8 5 5 3 3 Mu'kaml. W, l-l a 1 0 0 3 1 . ™/—P'Ty (Calllson). T— 3:50. A—lo, 247. run scored. Find Pizarro has Torn Tendon BOSTON — (JP) — Willie Kirkland socked a three-run homer and Don Zimmer belted a three-run double, powering Washington past Boston 12-7 Saturday. Zimmer's double keyed a five-run explosion in the eighth inning that broke open a tight game. Washington—12 abrh Bl's'ame.2b 4 2 2 Hamlln,2b 0 0 0 M'MuI'n.3b 6 1 2 Kirkland .cf 5 2 2 Howard, If 3 1 0 Lock,of 1 0 0 Klng.rf 1 1 1 Held.ir 1 1 0 Cun'ham.lb 2 2 1 ZImmer.c 6 11 Br'kman.ss 4 0 2 Koplltz.p 1 0 1 Ortega,p 1 1 1 Brumley.ph 1 0 0 KUne.p 0 00 Totals S6 12 13 Boston—T ab r h Green.cf 5 0 0 Jones,3b 4 2 2 Yastr'skl.lf 4 1 2 MantUla.2b 4 0 1 Thomas.lb 4 1 1 C'nlgl'ro.rf 4 2 2 Tlllman.c 4 0 2 Petroc'li.ss 4 1 2 Moreh'd.p 0 0 0 Earley.p 1 0 0 Nixon.ph 1 0 0 Schilllng.ph 1 0 1 Totals .16 7 13 Washington SOI 300 1.50—12 Boston 410 001 001— 7 E—Earley. DP—Washington 2, Boston 1. LOB—Washington 13, Boston 7. RBI—Blasingame. McMullen. Kirkland 3, Cunningham. Held, Zimmer 3. Brlnkman, Brumley, Mantilla 2, Gonlg- Uaro 3, Petrocelll 2. 2B—King, McMullen. Brlnkman, Petrocelll. Zimmer. HR —Kirkland 6. Gonlgllaro 14, Petrocelll 2. S—Blasingame. Held, Kline. 8P— Brinkman, Held, MantUla. IP H R ER BB SO BUFFALO, N. Y. — UP) — John Huarte, Notre Dam'es fine quarterback, threw two touchdown passes, scored once and kicked four conversions Saturday night to lead the East to a 34-14 victory over the West in the All- America football game before 25,503 fans. Ken Willard of North Carolina crashed through the West line with explosive runs in an impressive performance that Koplltz 1 Ortega, W, 7-8 .5 Kline 3 Moreh'd 3 Earley 3 Radatz L, 4-6 .. 1 Ritchie 2 CHICAGO — (/P) — The mystery of pitcher Juan Pizarro, the Chicago White Sox, 19-game winner last season and a flop so far this year, was solved Saturday. Pizarro consented to go to a doctor and an examination showed a torn tricep tendon in his left shoulder. The Sox requested that the Puerto Rico southpaw be placed on the disabled list. This will keep him sidelined for an automatic 30 days. Pizarro, 28, who has won 66 games since the Sox obtained him from Milwaukee in 1961, pitched in the Puerto Rico winter league this year. He reported to spring training nearly three weeks late and has not been able to pitch more than five innings. His record is 1-2 in 19.2 innings of work with a huge 7.20 earned run average. "All season he never has complained of a sore arm and he never pitched as if he had one," said manager Al Lopez. "The whole thing was a mystery. Frankly, 1 was worried. Now it is a relief to know just what the trouble is and that it can be corrected. The doctor told him not to even lift a ball for at least 10 days." Koplltz faced 2 men in 2d; Morehead faced 1 man in 4th; Radatz laced 4 men in Rlh. HBP—By Koplltz, Jones. Balk—Earliey. PB—Zimmer. T—3:07. A—5,718 1 EX-HURLER DIES TUNICA, Mass. — (/P) — Charles E. Pinkie White, 72, who pitched for the St. Louis Browns in the 1920s, died here Saturday after a long ill- Astros Add to Mets' Woes HOUSTON ~ UP) — Dick Farrell pitched a five-hitter and Joe Morgan scored both runs as the Houston Astros hung another loss on the New York Mets Saturday night, 2-0. Charlie Smith collected three of the hits off Farrell, including the first—a double with one out in the fifth. Morgan opened the Astros first inning with a single off Frank Lary, stole second and scored on Jim Gentile's single. The other run came in the sixth when Morgan walked and came around on Lee Maye's double. New York—0 IHouston— 2 ab r hf 4 0 l|Morgan,2b ness. British Cyclist Cops Race in Netherlands ASSEN. Netherlands —UP) —-Mike Hailwood of Britain, on an Italian-made MV motorcycle, won the main event Saturday of the Dutch TT Grand Prix, the 500 CC class, leading for 15 of the 20 laps. He covered the 95.6 miles in 1 hour, 4 minutes, 9.6 seconds. 2 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 Maye,if Bond.rf Gentile.lb Aspro'tp,3b Wynn.cf Brand.c Lillis.ss Farrell,p ab r h 3 2 1 4 0 3 4 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 1 Hlller.2b M'Millan.ss Chr-top'r.lf Kranep'l.lb Lewl.s,rf Smith,3b Cowan.cf Swoboda.cf C'niz'aro.o Oonder.o Lary.p N'poleon.ph Step'ns'n.ph Totals 30 0 5| Totals 29 2 7 New York 000 000 OOfl—0 Houston 100 001 OOx—2 E—Aspromonle. DP—New York 2, Houston 1. LOB—New York B, Houston 5. RBI—Maye, Oentlle. 2B—Smith 2, Mave. SB—Wynn. Morgan. S—McMillan. IP H R ER BB SO Larv L, 1 -2 7 5 2 2 2 3 Bearnart 1 2 0 0 0 1 Parrell W. 6 -2 9 5 0 0 5 6 — Gondnr. T-2:08. A -33,800. PB- YMCA Baseball LIDDLE LEAGUE American National W L' W I, 4 OlDodccis 4 0 4 O'Astros 3 I 2 2 Cubs 2 2 1 3 Mots 2 2 I 3'Bravc» 1 3 0 4ICaJ-dinals 0 4 Results Saturday Mets 2 won him the most valuable player award. Willard gained 133 yards in 18 carries. Huarte hit Jim Nance of Syracuse with a 13-yard scoring pass in the first period, sneaked home on a 3-yard keeper play in the third and connected with his former Notre Dame partner. Jack Snow, for a 9-yard touchdown in the final period. Tom Nowatzke, Indiana fullback, scored from the one for the other East touchdown that tied the game at 14-14 midway in the third period. Rick Redman of Washington intercepted a Huarte pass and ran 15 yards for a West score in the first period and Gale Sayers of Kansas squirmed over from the one in the second, giving the West a 14-7 halftime lead. The East came back strong in the third, tying the game on Nowatzke's touchdown, which climaxed a 65-yard march in 13 plays. The East went ahead when Huarte fought his way over on the keeper play after a 10-yard punt by Redman of the West. Henley Regatta Set Wednesday HENLEY - ON - THAMES, England —(/P)— The 126th Henley Rowing Regatta opens Wednesday. From distant places around the world, skilled crews that did battle in Tokyo last October are converging here on a lonely and lovely stretch of the River Thames. The Vesper Boat Club of Philadelphia has been made the early favorite for the Grand Challenge Cup, premier event of the four-day regatta. starter Chris Short in the first. Burdette had helped put the Phillies ahead in the seventh 5-4 when he beat out a bunt and came around on Cookie Rojas' double. Richie Allen got the Phillies off to a 2-0 lead with a homer in the first, but the Giants struck back against Short for four in their half. Hal Lanier drove in two runs with a double, Hart singled one across and another scored on Cap Peterson's bunt. Wes Covington's double keyed a two-run third that pulled the Phillies into a tie. NEW YORK— (NEA)— Joel Horlen is a guy who could pitch a one-hitter on Sunday, a no-hitter on Thursday and still have people asking who he is. A year ago, Horlen finished 13-9 with the Chicago White Sox, but hardly anyone noticed his 1.88 earned run average because Dean Chance's was 1.65, This year he leads all American League starters in ERA and still nobody notices him because Eddie Fisher's knuckleball, J. C. Martin's oversize catcher's mitt and the crick in Pete Ward's neck get all the publicity. A year ago, Al Lopez, the White Sox manager, was say- ng that all Horlen needed was control of his curve ball. "When he gets it," Lopez said, "he'll be up there challenging the 20-game winners." Has Confidence Now Horlen has that control now and, because of it, he's getting the confidence that follows. "A scout once told me," Horlen said, "that pitching in the major leagues is one- fourth ability and three- fourths confidence. "Now I'm beginning to understand what he meant. I used to be afraid to throw the ball over the plate. But with the experience I've gained everything seems to be changing." Confidence seems to be a new-found commodity, not only with Horlen, but with the whole Chicago team. I don't know how to explain it," Horlen said, "but in my own opinion I didn't feel we could win it last year. But the way things have been going this year, we believe we can win it." When Horlen speaks of the way things are going, he means the slow start by the New York Yankees who finished one-game ahead of the White Sox in 1964. Haunting Thoughts "It was the kind of thing you go home and think about all winter," Horlen said. Personally, I kept recalling incidents in about four or five games that might have changed things. I remember one game with the Yankees, in particular, that went 17 innings, I came out after nine innings and the score was tied, but by giving the run it was the difference between winning and losing a pennant. I know other guys did the same. They probably kept thinking of a sacrifice fly they didn't hit or an error they made. "These things have a way of working on you all winter. 1 know that It has made me more determined this year. My prime goal Is not to miss a turn. I figure that way I'll get my share of decisions." A few more decisions would go perfectly with that earned run average. JOEL HORLEN Makes the Grade Floyd Replaces Aaron as St. Paul Open Leader ST. PAUL — (JP) — Raymond Floyd, 22, fired a six- under-par 65 Saturday to take the 54-hole lead in the $100,000 St. Paul Open Golf Tournament. Floyd, who plays out of St. Andrews, 111., took the lead from Tommy Aaron. Raymond Floyd 66-70-68—201 Tommy Aaron 67-66-69—202 Gene Littlrr 67-70-67—204 Bruce Devlin ,.70-67-67—204 Arnold Palmer 66-60-70—205 Dicic Mayer 64-73-60—206 Billy Ca.spor 69-70-67—206 Jacky Cupit 69-66-71—206 Joe Campbell 66-70-71—206 Jim Perricll 67-70-69—206 Dick Slkes 69-60-68—206 Lionel Hebcrt 64-72-71—207 Bob Goalby 66-69-72—207 Jack Nicklaus 70-60-69—208 Johnny Pott 67-70-71—208 Bob Batdorff 68-67-73—208 Dean Refram 66-69-73—208 Billy Martindale 70-70-68—208 Doug Sanders 67-72-69—208 Prank Beard 68-69-72—209 Harold Kneece 68-74-68—210 Dave Ragan 71-69-70—210 George Archer 67-72-71—210 Charles SIfford 68-70-72—210 Sam Snead 70-72-60—211 Bobby Nichols 67-74-70—211 Sonny Methvin 72-69-70—211 Tony Evans 69-70-72—211 Johnny Cook 71-68-72—211 Pete Brown 71-70-71—212 Tom Shaw 68-72-72—212 Tom Welskopf 68-74-73—212 Tony Lema 70-70-72—212 Bob Verwey 69-73-71—263 Bob Rosburg 68-74-71—213 Paul Bondeson 71-71-71—213 ,Millcr Barber 70-71-72—213 Gardner Dickinson 72-68-73—213 . Floyd's 65 gave him a 201 total at the three-round mark, 12 under par. Aaron came in with a two- under 69 on the par 36-35— 71, 6,700-yard Keller golf course Saturday for a 202 total. Tied for third were Gene Littler and Bruce Devlin, both with nine-under 204s. Both shot 67s Saturday. Cards Batter Cubs 8-1 ST. LOUIS —iJP)— Home runs by Tim McCarver, Phil Gagliano and Mike Shannon powered the St. Louis Cardinals to an 8-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs Saturday. The Cardinals, who had lost all four of their previous meetings with the Cubs, shelled Cal Koonce for all of their homers. Gagliano hit his sixth of the season in the first inning. Then, in the Cardinals' four- run fourth, Bill White doubled and scored on Bob Skinner's single before McCarver and Shannon delivered consecutive homers. Steve Carlton, the Cardinals' starting pitcher, was removed in the third inning \rhen the Cubs scored on a walk and two singles. Hal Woodeshick, former American Leaguer, came on in relief, gave up only three hits in five innings and then gave way to Ray Washburn in the eighth. Chicago—1 Kuenn.lf Bcckert,2b Wllliams,rf Santo.3b Banks,lb Clemens.cf Krug.c Altman.ph Kes'ger.ss Stewart,ss Koonce. p Am'fancph Bright.ph ab rh St. Louis—8 ab rh ab r h 3 1 OlGagllBno,2b 4 1 1 3 0 1 Maxvlll.2b 0 0 0 3 0 1 Groat.s.s 3 0 0 3 0 1 Brock.If 4 1 1 3 0 1 White.lb 4 1 3 4 0 0 Boyer.3b Skinner,rf 4 1 2 3 0 0 Boyer.3b Skinner,rf 4 1 1 I 0 0 Warwick.rf 0 0 0 2 0 0 McC'ver,c 3 2 2 1 0 1 Shannon,cf 4 1 2 1 0 0 Carlton,p 0 0 0 1 0 0 W'desh'k.p 2 0 0 1 0 0 Flood, ph 1 0 0 Washb'n.p 1 0 0 29 1 5 Totals 34 8 12 Totals Chlcaro 001 000 000—1 St. touls IflO 400 03x—II E — None. DP — Chicago 1. St. liOuls 1. LOB — Chicago 6. St. Louis 4. RBI — Williams, Gagliano. White, Skinner. McCarver 2. Shannon 3. 2H — White, Brock, Boyer, Shannon. HR — Gagliano (6), McCarver (7J, Shannon (2). IP H R ER BB SO Koonce, L.6-6 .4 7 5 5 1 3 Humphreys .2 1 0 0 0 2 Warner 2 4 3 3 1 2 Carlton 2 "3 2 1 1 4 3 W'desh'k W,4-8 4% 3 0 0 0 2 Washburn 2 0 0 0 0 2 HBP — By Woodeshick, Santo. WP — Carlton. T — 2:30. A — 13.746. FIRST CHOICE FOR CAMPERS , Indians Tigers 1 Athletics Yankees Red Sox Nationals Braves 17, Cardinals 2 Dodgers 19. Astros 2 Red Sox 12, Yankees 4 Indians 10, Nationals I Tigers 12, Athletics 2 PONT LEAGUE W LI 3 11 Angels Tw?ns Pirates TWINS TOP TWIRLER— The fellow largely responsible for keeping the surprising Minnesota Twins in or around first place in the American League this season is veteran pitcher Camilo Pascual, Off to his best start. Pacual won his first eight games before the Chicago White Sox stopped him 3-1 recently. Cards Cubs Yanks 2 11 Results Saturday Cubs 5. Angels 2 Cards 7. Pirates 6 Yanks 11. Twins 5 Cubs 4. Pirates 3 COLT LEAGI'R Rraults Raturds.T Panthers 13. White Box 0 Elks 7. MrlR 6 Bruins 9, Mets 7 MINOR LiCAGUK Kouthern W I.' 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