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Rants Within Game of lafional Lead By 60 WILKS Pr«»4 Spom third place San Francisco Slants moved within one game of me National League lead by beat- jing second place Los Angeles 4-3 gTUesday night. ^Relievers pick Lemay, making 1 first major league start, Tom Jin and Stu Miller blanked the Igers on two hits over the last 3 innings. Miller (6-0) was the ling pitcher. Cincinnati lost 2-1 to Pittsburgh, retained a half-game lead, ladelphia beat St. Louis 3-2 in only other NL game sched'- the American League, Cleve- retained a one-game lead bounced New York back to place by beating the Yan- 7-2. Detroit regained second with a 7-1 victory over Bos- Baltimore defeated Washing- 8-7, Minnesota cracked Kan- City 8-6 and the Chicago ite Sox-swept a twi-night pair n the Los Angeles Angels, 2-1 arid 10-2. /A two-run homer by Willie- Jiays in; the seventh inning wrapped it up for the Giants, who trailed 3-0 after 2V 2 innings. Ed Bressolid homered in the third for tM^Giants' first hit off loser Stan >Williams (4-6), and Mays manu- ,factured the second run virtually ,Jall by himself in the fourth. ' i* $ Willie beat out an; infield hit, jjjjjlolo second, scampered to third : *m a fly to short center and trotted home on a single by Jim p-Davenport. The Dodgers scored all their i, one a homer by Ron Faii'ly, -Jfcstarter Sam Jones. Lemay, ;«pTiom the Texas League, came ''in with one on and two out in the fourth inning and stopped the Dodgers cold with 2 2-3 frames of no-hit relief before giving way for a pinch-hitter. 'j The 'Pirates beat the Reds for "the fifth time in seven tries, ^breaking up a shutout duel with 'two runs in the sixth inning. Don 'jlloak, who had a single, a double irfp a triple while extending his , lilting streak through 12 games, drove in the first run with a double off loser Jim Maloney (2-2), who then forced in the clincher by walking Bill Mazeroski with the bases loaded. Joe Gibbon (5-2) won it, blanking the Reds on five hits until the ninth, when ; Fiank Robinson doubled and scored on a' single by Gene H 0 M * T A * , H0rt, ^ ......Ai-,.!.-*.^,-^.,-, i. ....... . 1 .-..y,., . >•.-..». • - :: ... AKKAN S A S - •• Wihny Callison broke up a 2-2 'tic in the eighth inning with a Ldouble for the Phils, his first hit 1 /in two weeks. Frank Sullivan (3-9) J making his first relief appear- I ancc, was the winner. Larry Jack- Vson (2-6) lost it. Fight Results ML THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Jose, Calif. — Willie Rich- jtpidson, 186, San Jose, outpointed Dave Furch, 200, Phoenix, 10. I Honied Assistant LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Joe Al- DII Michie, 25, of Blytheville, has een named administrative assist- la Little Rock City Manager Vncil M. Doulhit. Michie is a rta- of Missouri and a graduate the University of Arizona. When to Fiih or Hunt Solunar Tables By John Alden Knight • Mfaeduie of 5olun«r perioft prtoted below, has been takM John Alden Knight's Soluns Plan your dayi M tba will be fisning to good ferrt ' or bunting in good cover dur these times, « you wish to the best sport that each day to offer. Major periods are shown tr I lace type. These begin at tht shown and last tor an bout a half or two hours ther» r. The minor Periods, shows III regular type, IN at somewhat laorter duratioa. Ifhurs. Wri. . 6:15 12:fS 7:00 12:50 7:50 1:4* 8:35 2:25 9:15 3:OS 6:45 12:30 7:35 1:20 8:20 2:05 9:00 J:45 9:45 3:30 "- - .:"•••-• " —m n««i • . i-A IMHMMMHMC^^BfcW W 1 \/ «•< ^ «. <*-•>« % s* *^ x ^ t ^*K»«''**^^asri«WnWBi SHeWER CURTAINS—An impressive Wall of water fbrrrts behind Judy Rotch at Cypress Gardens, Fla. The water-skiing: champion is performing the slalom run. A eool effect. Standings SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W. L. Pet. G.B. Chattanooga ..41 25 .621 — irmingham ..38 28 .576 3 Atlanta ..34 30 .531 Little Rock ... 35 34 .507 7Vi Nashville 32 33 .492 8M- Shreveport ....32 39 .451 ll'/i Macon 28 37 .431 12% Mobile 25 39 .391 15 Today's Games Chattanooga at Birmingham Macon at Little Rock Mobile at Nashville Shreveport at Atlanta Tuesday's Results Macon 5, Little Rock 3 Chattanooga 0, Birmingham 3 Shreveport 7, Atlanta 5 Nashville 3, Mobile 2 TRAP PLAY TIFF—Caught between second* and third oases m the Minnesota park at Bloomington, Jimmy Pier. sail is called out by Umpire Joe Linsalata as Zorro Ver« salles tags the Cleveland center fielder as he tries to retreat to second. Then Piersall charges the arbiter as the shortstop sits on the bag. The argument ended as per usual. Travs Again Victim of Macon Team By VERNON BUTLER Associated Press Sports Witer Left-handers usually have trouble handling the Birmingham Barons, but Al Neiger of Chattanooga had a special weapon going for him, a slugging outfielder named John Hernslein, Hernstein, former four-sport ace at lhc University of Michigan, hit a home run, a triple and a double last night to power Chattanooga's Southern Association leaders to a G-3 victory over second-place Birmingham. The decision restored the Lookouts' three- game lend over the Barons. Neiger, now 5-3 for the year, surrendered 12 hits, but all of them were singles. Shreveport kept third-place Atlanta on the skids by handing the Crackers their third straight setback 7-5, Macon beat slumping Little Rock 5-3 in 10 innings and Nashville captured a 3-2 squeaker from Mobile's last-place bears. Arkansas Dairy Week Observance CONWAY, Ark. (AP) — The crowning of an Arkansas Dairy Princess will highlight Ihe annual Arkansas Dairy Festival here Friday and Salurday. The winner, who will succeed Miss Nell McCuistion of Siloam Springs, will receive $1,000 in cash awards and will represent Arkansas in the American Dairy Princess contest in September, 1962. Another highlight of the festival will be the finals in a dairy receipe contest. matter of In the summer "a weasel is a weasel is a weasel." In the winter, he becomes an ermine and his fur is precious. His brown fur turns snowy white,.except for the jet-black end of his tail. © Encyclopedia Britannic* Scholarships to Two Arkansans LITTLE ROCK-(AP)-Fulbright Scholarships for literature studies by two Arkansans were disclosed by a state Education Department official Tuesday. Miss Rose Lynette Cook of. Little Bock will study French literature at the Ua iversity of Monpellier, France, and Miss Judith Jo Doolin of Pocahontas will study Latin American Literature at the University of San Marcos in Lima, Peru. Foils to Deoth HELENA. Ark. (AP)-A 100-foot fall from a boiler at the Arkansas Power & Light Co, plant under construction near here fatally in jured 33-year-old Fred R. Page, of Memphis Tuesday. Page was a foreman for Young Sales Corp., a subcontractor on the project. Ireland's first productioa passenger sports By 21 21 28 30 29 .055 .638 .625 .517 .483 .482 .444 ,411 .386 .356 1 2 8 10 10 12 J4 15% 17'/ 2 1-2 Wednesday Baseball THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ame r ican League .W. L- Pct-G.B- Cleveland ____ 30 20 Detroit ....... 37 New York ..... 35 Baltimore ..... 30 Washington ... 28 Boston ........ 27 Kansas City q.. w4- 30 Chicago ....... 23 33 Minnesota ..... 22 35 Los Angeles ... 21 38 Tuesday Results Chicago 2-10, Los Angeles (twl-night) Baltimore 8, Washington 7 (N) Cleveland 7, New York 2 (N) Minesota 8. Kansas City C (N) Detroit 7, Boston 1 (N) Wdnwday Games Boston at Detroit Los Angeles at Chicago (2 Twi- night) Washington at Baltimore (N) New York at Cleveland (N) Kansas City at Minnesota (N) Thursday Games Boston at Detroit Los Angeles at Chicago (N) Washington at Baltimore (N) .New York at Cleveland (N) Kansas City at Minnesota- (N) Cincinnati ____ Los Angeles . San Francisco Pittsburgh ... Milwaukee . . . St .Louis ...... 24 Chicago ....... 21 Philadelphia .. 18 Tuesday Results Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 2 (N) Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati 1 (N) Sa Francisco 4, Los Angeles 3 IN) Only games scheduled Wednesday Games Milwaukee at San Francisco St. Louis at Philadelphia (N) Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Thursday Gam's Milwaukee at San Francisco St. Louis at Philadelphia (N) Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Indians Drop Yankees, Keep 1st Place Lead By tb WILKS Associated Pr*j» Sports Wr'ter Cleveland retained a otic-game lead nnd dropped New York back to third place in Jhe American League nice with a 7-2 victory over the Yankees Tuesday night; Detroit returned to second place by whipping Boston 7-1. Baltimore defeated Washington 8-7, Minnesota cracked Kansas City 8-G and the Chicago White Sox swept n twi-night tWinbill from (he Los Angeles Angels 2-1 and 10-2. In the National League, Cincinnati lost 2-1 at Pittsburgh but retained a half-game lend when San Francisco defeated the second- place Los Angeles Dodgers 4-3. Philadelphia beat St. Louis 3'2 in the, only other game scheduled. The Indians chopped off the Yankees' winning streak nt. five gnmes by building a 6-0 lead in two innings against Jim Coatcs (6-3), who also had won five straight. A two-run homer by Johnny Romano capped a four- run first that nailed it for the Tribe, and Bubba Phillips hom- ered leading off a two-run second. Jim Perry (5-4) won his third in a row, although heeding relief help in the ninth from Frank Funk. Perry gave up 10 hits, one home run No. 21 by major league leader Roger Maris. Norm Cash balled in four runs with a pair of homers, one a three-run, inside-the-park shot that settled it in the third inning for the Tigers, Cash, 2-for-3, took over the AL totting lead at .374, pushed his league-leading RBI total to 54 and upped his home run count to 19, slugging six in the last four games. Southpaw Don Mossi (7-1) was the winner, although allowing 12 hits, the same number Detroit collected off loser Gene Conley (2-5). A pinch single by Marv Throneberry broke a 7-7 tie in the ninth for the Orioles. Reliever Dick Hall (2-2) won it, scoring the winning run alter getting on base with a single — his first hit, of the season. Gus Triandos drove in three runs for Baltimore with two homers Tom Slurdivant (2-4) was the'loser in relief. Billy Marlin did Ihe thumping for the Twins, driving in four runs as Manager Cokie Lavagetto came back a winner after a week's vacation ordered by club owner Cal Griffith. Martin drove Jn two runs with a triple as the Twins tied it 3-all in the sixth, then clinched it with a two-run Dingle when Ihcy scored four in the seventh and beat Norm Bass (4-4). Ray Moore (4-2) was the winner in relief. The While Sox, winning four in a row for Ihe first time this season, took the opener on a two-run homer by Floyd Robinson off loser Ryne Duren (2-7) in the third inning. Right-hander Cal McLish (3-6), who had lost five in a row, made it sland up, shut ling oul Ihe Angels on five hils until Leon Wagner homered in the ninth. Al Smith's grand-slam homer in Ihe fifth inning did it in Ihe nightcap giving southpaw Juan Pizarro his first AL victory. Ron Kline (1-4) was the loser. 33 15 Major League Leaders BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (based on 125 or more at bats)—Hoak, Pittsburgh, .355; Mon, Los Angeles, .352. Runs—Mays, San Francisco, 44; Boiling, Milwaukee, 42. Runs battde in—Cepeda, San Francsico, 48; Aaron, Milwaukee, 41. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 71; Aaron, Milwaukee, 69. Doubles — Coleman, Cincinnati, 16, Zimmer, Chicago, and Mays, San Francisco, 14. Triples—Wills, Los Angeles and Virdon and Clemente. Pittsburgh, 5. Home runs—Mathews, Milwaukee and Cepeda, San Frajicisfo, 17. Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinnati, 11; Aaron, Milwaukee and Mays, San Francisco, 8, Pitching (based on 3 or more decisions)—Miller, San Francisco, 6-0, 1.000; Duffalo, San Francisco, 3-0, 1.000. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 89; DrysdaJe, Los Angeles, 75. American league Batting (based on 125 or more at bats) >- Cash, Detroit, .374; Pici-sall, Cleveland, .372. Runs — Mantle, New York, 49; Colavilo, Detroit, 48. Runs batted in — Cash, Detroit, 54; Gentile, Baltimore, 49. Hits — Picrsall, Cleveland, 80; B. Robinson, Baltimore and Kubek, New York, 74. ' Doubles—Power, Cleveland, 18; Romano, Cleveland, 17. Triples—Wood, Detroit, 6; Pier- sail, Cleveland and Keough, Washing! on,5, Home runs—Maris, New York, 21; Cash, Detroit, 19. Stolen bases—Howser, Kansas City, 17; Aparicio, Chicago, 15. Pitching (based on 3 or more decisions)—Grant, Cleveland, 7-0, 1.000; Latman, Cleveland, C-0, 1.000. Strikeouts—Ramos, Minnesota, 72; Ford, New York, 70. Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hitting — Billy Martin, Twins, drove in four runs in 8-6 victory over A's, bringing in two with a triple in tying, three-run sixth in ning and batting in two more with a single in clinching, four- run seventh. Pitching — Dick Lemay, Tom Bolin and Stu Miller, Giants, shut out Dodgers on two hits over last 5 2-3 innings in comeback 4-3 victory. M'nor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Columbus 5, Rochester 3 (11 innings) Richmond 7, Syracuse 6 Buffalo 13, Jersey City 11 Charleston at Toronto, ppd. Pa c ific Coait League Salt Lake City 4, Portland 3 (12 innings) Tacoma 9, Vancouver 7 (10 in- ings) Seattle 7, San Diego 9 Hawaii 10, Spokane 9 Indianapolis 2, Omaha 1 Louisville 8, Denver 0 Dallas-Fort Worth 4, Houston I - «V ._. 4 *«^!iS8SS^'»m'WI!mWW|IR«W(ISKglS®IB»8M TROUBLE, NOT TEMPER-'/Mien Joe Grace, Jr., wrapped his No. 7. iron aroiind a tree ,trtink on the first hole of the Tarn O'Shanter course In Detroit, he wastft indulging in a temper tantrum. The hmateiir tried to hit from behind the small Hr. He took a bogey S 5,i but a 74 Qualified him for 1 the sectional trials lor the Uuited State* Open to be. held at the nearby Oakland Hffis Country Club June 15-17 SPORTS Playing Mark Twain Proves Interesting By HAL BOYLE times in 13 years, Hal llolbrook has decided to hang up hi.s white wig and mustache for a while. It isn't lhal Ihe 36-year-old actor is weary of impersonating the famous American humorist at 70 — job he's done in 900 cities in 14 countries on three continents. He just feels it is lime for a little change. "I'm not giving up Mark Twain for good," he .said. "Twain is something like a church to me— a place you go into that is very private, and you get a kind of sustenance from' it, "Bui if you slayed there all the time, il wouldn't be the same. You can even get used to a beautiful sunset, if $o\i see too many of them." In a year or two he wants to make a worldwide lour in his rJe- picting Twain as a lecturer. Meanwhile, he plans lo appeav in a play, help write a musfical adaptation of Huckleberry Finn, and develop a new solo act built around anolher famous American —Abraham Lincoln. Starting next Aug. 18 llolbrook will star in a contemporary drama by Karl Wittlinger, which racked up 7,000 performance.') in Europe. "It is laid in a mental hospital 1 he said, "and concerns a German ex-soldier's search for identity and faith in the postwar world, "It has only two actors—the patient, whom I play, plus an actor who plays the doctor uncl 11 other parts." llolbrook is quite content to let someone else do Ihe changing required to portray 12 persons. He has spent a great deal of his life merely making up for his Mark Twain impersonation. "When I started the role originally as a 15-minute skit," he said, "I could get ready in five minutes. I slapped on a mustache and wig—didn't even bother to glue on the wig—put a couple of deep lines under my eyes and along my nose and that was about it. "But the longer I played him the longer it took me to get ready. Now it takes me 3!4 hours, and I have spent as much as 5 hours in makeup for a TV appearance. "The television camera is so inquisitive—and the illusion must be perfect, or you have nothing." To Ask Help in Gas Rate Fight LITTLE ROCK (AP)-The Little Rock Ciiy Manager Board will be asked today to help pay the cost of hiring a rate expert to fight a rate increase by Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co. George Holmes Pine Bluff city attorney and spokesman for cities protesting tho increase, said Little Rock should contribute because it was "hardest hit" by the increase. The City Manager Board decided iu April not to join in the protest. By RONALD THOMSON TURNBERKY, Scotland (AP)little known young American who fell almost too depressed to basked in the Scots lo emerging as n rcn hrcat foe'the British amateur ti tic. "I'm not letting just n single win go to my head," said Muuro blues: Aftjr a first-round bye, ,lhe crew;-cul, blond Texan, an Army lieutenant stationed near London made the locals choke over theii whiskies by 'eliminating "Dr Fi;\mk Dcighton, one-time Walker Cup player, 4 and 3 in.the sccoik mind. in the U.S. national, col Eimpionships without doinf anything unusual. Mitchella was one of nine Amci round. Two Gomes Turn Into Runaways Thvcc Little League; Were played last night at K-Par, .wo resulted in runaway contents, CRC smashed. out nn .18 to 3 lecision over Coleman, and )wens scored 17 times to only 3 for the Lions clob. In the other* contest It was fairly close with Midwest edging Pop Kola 0 to 4. Thursday's gnmes: . Hope 1 vs. Nashville 4, herd Hope 2 vs. Nashville 3, hero Friday's games; Doctor's League; ;j Braves vs, Red Sox ^ Lllllo League:: Pop Kola vs 1 . Lions CBC vs, Owens Coleman vs. Midwest Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Iferc Is J* fishing forecast 'from the ArkiM- sits Gnme and Fish Commission: Lake Ouricltlt'n: Writer ctihlHttonsj good. Black bass good on live nnd artificial bint. Cra'ppie fair: oh minnows. Bream good on crickets niitl worms. Lake Maximelte: Clear and nol'mftl. Blips friir to god on'HVC minnows and artificial bait., Crappie good on m'ltihows, fishing early nnd 'Into.-Bream good-on crickets nnd > red worms. Lake Nprfork: Water conditions good, but' high. Bass fa.ii 1 on artificial and live minnows. Catfish good *n willow limb line. Lake Grccson: Fishing por. Lake Catherine: Water conditions good. Bass fair on.artificial bint. Bream fair on crickets and worms, Lake Comvny: Water clear nnd normal. Bass fair on minnows and artificial bait. Bream good on crickets, worms nnd popping bugs. Lake Hamilton: Water dingy In inlet. Black bn$s. fair on artificial lures. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs. Bream fair to good on crickets and worms. Arkonson Buys 1st Cotton Bale HARLINGEN, Tex. (AP) -Ben Pearson Inc. of Pine Bluff, Ark., and Marshall and Marshall Cotton Co. of Harlingcn paid a record $6.50 a .pound for the nation's first bale of 19C1 cotton Tuesday win yo 10 my ncmv said Muuro Rn y Barnick of Mission, TcX., (Blnky) Mitchella, 23, "But there Rrcw tho cotton which went into is one.1 thing—I've shaken off the' ^ lc G 59-poun(H)alo, sold at auction 1.1 n Here ' '' Barhick hail > already received a $1,500 cash prize from the Har- llngcn Chamber of Commerce cotton committee. Bids, on Bonds EL DORADO, Ark. (ATM-Stephens. Inc., the Little Rock investment firm, was the successful bid- r,~ nm re * \ir u t rm, was e succssu - nl ? I' i S tler Monday for $2 million in in- e - dustrial bonds to build the Chase- Grocord Co. rubber plant here. The bonds will carry a 4.27 per cent interest rate. Union County _, „., „ _, , ,„.. »,^i*ti 11 fit. I V..7C, t UtU« V./1 If I/I I wUMIftf icnns who went into today's third voters approved the bond issiio in an election May 16; CATCHING ON Hl-3 DA/J-V KEPERT&/GB t.p f— M4Y* r^^LL.*/ CAUGHT :**//

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