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.SURE... &/ERVB0W HAS TO 60 TbS&ttJL. IWCAB? in TEACHER? WON., AUGUST 20, (962, Ul< CtorlM Aimitem P-ra 1 9 6/fl Carter Is Writers' <\ f. Head MAJOR LEAQUE BOX SCORES NATIONAL ORLEANS fAP) — The Louisiana Sports Writers Association Jias chosen sports editor Bill Carter j of the Alexandria Town Talk.** its new president. H$,.»as picked Sunday as the L8WA ended its two-day annual convention in New Orleans. Carter succeeds Ed Tunstall, sports', editor of the New Orleans Associated Press bureau who leases .this week to become as- fcisteftt chief of the AP bureau in Boston. Tunstall was given an honorary lifetime membership by the group. New Orleans sports writers won the top awards in the LSWA's annual-writing contest. Buddy Diliberto of the Times-Picayune took first place in the sports feature or column class with his "Open LettST -to Paul Dietzel" written when Dietzel left Louisiana State to coach at Army. The States- Item's Peter Finney won first 1 place in spot sports stories with hiifSCcfHint of the LSU-Mississippi State football game. HBberto finished second in the nrKjtjjltdry class and Jim Dawson of^ffief.Shreveport Times was thijQ^Kpney look second place in thewOOtumn-fuaturc class. Bob ftfigSilSf'' of the Times-Picayune fioishcrj third. Iji addition to Ttmstall, the organization also named James Col- life of New Orleans as an honora- ry<«Mnber. Collins is head of the JorftTOlbert Veterans of Foreign Wars post sports committee which honorg^New Orleans and slate alhlSesl monlhly and promotes sporBMT'flcUvilies. Collins is also publisher of Bowling Press, a weekly paper for keglers published in New Orleans. The LSWA re-elected Mike Cook of the Balon Rouge Slale-Times as fiffljftcast area vice president andnP James Wynn, sports publicity dirctor of McNeese Slale Col- SAN FRANCISCO MILWAUKEft • ab r h 61 OB f ft 61 Kuenn 3b 3011 McMillan ss 4110 H'Her 2b 4110 Johnson If 5021 Mnys cf 4200 Ma thews 3b 4 IM 0 1b 4 2 2 3H. Aaron rf 2 4 2 3 4 I I 3Maye cf 5113 3100 Crandall c 5231 3 1 J OT. Aaron 1b 4 2 1 1 2001 Boiling 2b 3122 CHICA08 Hubbs 2b Brock ef Williams if r» J J J « Llllls ft-ss 4100 Spongier 5111 Heist cf 4120 Lorker ib If ... i Barb*, .... .. •6 tn m Cunninghom. 46 3110 411 e 4011 McCovey F. Alou rf M. Alou If Halter c Pagan ss ODcll p Dutfolo p oBallcy McC mlck p bBoles Miller p cCepeda Totals Rodpers « Berteli c Buhl p Anderson p 40 1 OSmlfFc" o o Hortmsn Nlicfiwllz Jones (L, it 4 0 000 0 a We j las TlefenouJr p cPendleton Woodesh'k 1 ° ' «r 3012 0000 1000 Clonlnger 0000 Raymond 1000 0000 1000 0000 1000 31 8 7 S TOtatt 35 1) 14 11 o—Grounded Info doubleplay for Duf- folo Ih 5th; b—Hit Into force for Me- Cormick In 7th; c—Grounded out far Miller In 9th. s«n Francisco 409 oil no- I Milwaukee 933 139 »3x-1J E—Boiling. PO-A—San Francisco 24-U, Milwaukee 274. DP-HHUr, Pagqn and McCovey; Clonlnger, McMillan and T. Aaron; Boiling, McMillan and T. Aaron. LOB—San Prunclico x, Milwaukee 4. JB—Kuenn, T. Aaron, Boiling. 3B— Johnson. HR—McCovey t, F. Alou, H. Aaron 2, Crandall, Maye. SB—T. Aaron. S—Raymond. SF—Pagan, Kuenn. 10 H It ER IB SO O'Dell (L, 14-11). 22-3*5511 DulfalO ., 11-332201 McCormlck .... 2 23341 Miller 2 33320 xcionlnger (W, 5-2) 4 57425 Raymond ...... 3 21112 x—Faced 1 man In 7th. 01 1000 P ioat Kemmerer p 1 o I Umbrlcht p 0 0 0 0 | totou a—Hit Into 7th; b—Filed c—Struck out Chicago Houston 01 100 ---.,-,. ft 2 0 6 6 37 414 i Totals 34 3 I 1 force play for Hortman In out for Umbrlcht In 7»h; for Tlefenouer In 9th. Jaumann Fljtrtf (\ WP—Fe Colerno. DETROIT F'nandez ss Bruton cf Kaline rf Colavlto If Bores 3b Cash ib 4 1-3 2-4) ... 1 1-3 '".'.'."I SS-l U-Berry, Scl •RBBid 3 0 ' 0 2 5 2 _ 2 3 I 1 wortz. S \ :. ana ab r h bl CHICAGO abrhftl 3101 Aparlclo ss 4010 5 j 2 4 N. Fox 2b 4011 5120 Cun'ham Ib 3001 4112 Robinson rf 4000 4108 Maxwell If 20 481 8 Smith 3b _____ ._ 401 McAullffe 2b 2 1 0 0 H'Shb'ger ct 4000 . Stelner, Boggesi. T— 919 chosen were Jerry ••Roblchaux of Ihe Shreveporl Tirh^i ^North vice president, Charter Meyers of the Lake Charles American Press, southwest vice president; Charles Thornton, athletic publicily director at Tulane University, Ne\v Orleans; Southeast vice president; Ben Thomas of the A ssocialed Press New Orleans bureau as secretary. The LJ3WA set meetings to select Ihe prep all-state teams on the Sunday following the last championship-game in basketball, foot- baUjfgJ baseball. The football meeting- is scheduled for Baton Rqjjge, the basketball for Shreve- portT-aBd- the baseball for Alexandria. •' * •- .*.** The'sports writers accepted the Inv'tsUon of The Shreveport Times-'luid Shreveport Journal to hold the 1963 convention in Shreveport. U—Landes, Smith 3:09. A-20,003. a22sslbyllbylyyrctzczcznat at cln LOS ANOELES CINCINNATI ab r h bl qb r h bl Wills ss 4120 Kasko 3b 4000 Gilliam 2-3b 3111 Blas'ame 2b 4 0 1 0 W.Davis cf 5113 Plnson ct 4010 T.Davlt ib-lf 5010 Robinson rf 2100 Moon Ib 3000 Lynch If 3000 Harkness Ib 0 0 0 0 Keough If 1 o 0 0 Snider rf 5000 Coleman 1b 2001 Burrlght 2b 0000 Edwdrds e 3000 Howard l-rf 3111 Cardenas u 3010 Roseboro c 2100 Jay p 3000 Drysdale p 3010 Henry p 0000 Brosnan p 0000 Totals 33 S • S Tetoli » 1 3 1 Los Angeles 000 000 005—5 Cincinnati ... 000 100 NO—1 E—Drysdale, Coleman. PO-A—Los Angeles 27-3, Cincinnati 27-14. DP—Coleman and Cardenas; Coleman, Cardenas and Blaslngome. LOB—Los Angeles 10, Cincinnati 4. 2B—T. Davis. HR-W. Davis. Howard. SB-Wills, Gilliam, T. Davis. S—Moon, Drysdale. SF—Coleman. IP H R ER BB 5 Drysdale (W, 22-0 9 31017 Jay (L, 18-10) ... 81-3 7 3 3 i 5 xHenry 0 22200 Brosnan 2-30 0 0 0 0 x-Faced 2 batters In 9th. HBP—By Drysdale (Robinson), by Jay (Roseboro). U—Harvey, Barllck. Vorgo, Crawford. T-3:00. A—27,973. ST. LOUIS 'NEW YORK ab r h bl ab r h bl Javier 2b 5111 AshbUrn ct 3211 Flood cf 4210 Neal ss 4122 Mlnoso If 211 OThr'n'b'y Ib 5011 bSmilh If 2000 Woodllng rf 5010 Boyer 3b 3132 Thomas If 4000 White Ib 5001 Mantilla 3b 4000 James rf 5210 Coleman c 4111 Oliver c 1100 Konehl 2b 4120 Schaffer c 7122 Jackson p 1000 I Maxvill ss 511 3aChristop'r 1000 ! McDanlel p 5 0 1 1 Anderson p 0000 Shanlz p 0000 cHickman 1000 Hunter p 0000 R.G.MIIIcr p 0 0 0 0 dHcrrsch'r 1010 351011 10 Totals 2<M E — Larker, Warwick, PO-A — ChicaoC 27-11, Houston 27-10. bp^&daeri Srti Altman. LOB-Chlcogo 12, Houston 6. 2B-Aspromonte, Altman. 3B—Brack. S —Hubbs. Buhl (W, 9-9) ... n-3 ? I *" " *°\ Anderson ...... 12-3 0 5 0 o W'd'shlck (L, $-14) 4 3102 Kemmerer .....12-3 4311 Ubrlcht 1-30066 Tlefenouer ..... t 3 S 0 1 U-Weyer, Conlon, Burkhart, Walsh. —2:30. A—4,543. Roark* e (CopllfZ p Agulrre p AMERICAN BOSTON •b r h bl ab r h bl Gelgv cf 411 i Green ef-ll 4110 BrKSOud SS 4 0 0 (Power Ib 3000 Y'trzt'skl If 40 1 0 Rollins 3b 411 Clinton, rf 4009 Klllebrew If Malzone 3b ' Pogllqronl aHardy Tlllman e 0 6 0 dBattey Ib 300 0 Allen 2b 4P OOKlllebr«w 401 ObCoryl e 30 1 OTut(l4 ef o 0 6 0 Allison rl 000 0 Bailey c 300 ODD 3 1 1 3 0 o li 1 1 1 4018 0000 0008 4118 3011 Carreon c 2000 Ptzarro p 2000 Zannl p T'fnt'ler p Joyce p aSadowskl Lown p bRoselll Stone p 4 2 1 r 0005 0000 0000 0008 1110 0000 1000 0000 TIMtl 341*1 o— Singled for Joyce In sth; b— Grounded out for town In 7th; c— Grounded ouf for st«n« Irt *th. Oetrelt ................ 000 700 01 0—1 Chiwio ....... ....... ofli«ie«9-i fe— None. PO-A— Detroit 27-8, Chicogo J74. LQB-Detrol( 7, Chicago 7. 28— Corrwn, Kollne, Brown. 3§— Apa- rlclo. HR— Colavlto, Bruton. SB— Cash. S — Plzarro. SF— CunnlngHam. Dodgers Stretch Margin As SF Slump Continues By The Associated Prtsi J»we* Md pitching have kept tbd Lot Afigaift Dodgers on top of the National Leagms itand- Ings. ' These thfee important factors stood out like the Empire State Building Sunday as thi Dodgers came from behind with a five-run explosion in the ninth Inning to defeat the Cincinnati Reds 9-1 and loss upon the New York Mets, 10-5 and Philadelphia edged Pittsburgh 3-2. The Chicago Cubs shaded Houston 4-3. The New York Yankees p<J«nd- ed Kansas City pitching fot 20 hits and a 21-f triumph to maintain theif 4«/4 game American League bulge dver Los Angel€s, a 5-1 victor over Washington. Minnesota swept a doubleheader from Boston 4-2 and 7-4 and Baltimore stretch their firrt plact lead over fl | p p cd cievelafid 4-5. the Chicago San "Francisco to gu games. $&* ^ an< j Det roit f ige r s The Giants, only a game and split The White Sox won the First a half behind last Thursday, were | gaffie 11-S and thi Tigers took the second 8-3. Held to five hits through tight beaten 13-8 by Milwaukee lot their fourth toss in the last five games. St. Louis inflicted the 10th straight innings by Joey Jay, the Dodgers chased tht Reds' right-hander hi the ninth and continued their assault p» southpaw §0] Henry to score five rtras on two home runs, two bant singles, t walk and a sacrifice. Here is how they did it: Frank Howard opened with a game-tying home run. his 21st of the season. John Roseboro walked. Don Drysdale sacrificed. Maury Wills beat out a bunt single. Exit Jay, enter Henry. Jim Gilliam beat out a bunt single, scoring Roseboro to put the Dodgers in front 2-1. Willie Davis hit a three-run homer, his 17th of the the Reds in the ninth to finish with § three-hitter for Ms 22nd Victory and his first complete game in his last 11 starts in Cincinnati. Jay, an 18-game winner, dropped his 10th. Th« Dndgsrs stole three bases giving them 126 for the season, twice as many as the total of their closest pursuer. Wills accounted for one, his 65th of the season and the most in the National League since Bob Bestnrr stole 6? for the Reds in 1912. He needs 16 more in the Dodgers remaining 3t games to top Bcs- cher'i modern National League record of 86. IP zKoplltz ........ 4 Apulrre (W, 11-5). S KPitarro ....... 3 Mann!. (L, «-S) ,, 0 ERBBSO 320 0 1 2 i! Ninowski Gives Cleveland Browns New Victory Spark y-Fqo three men Totals 37 5 9 5 a—Grounded out for Jackson In Sth; I Hornleles b—Ron for Mlnoso In 6th; c—Struck out ' Slange (W, 4-3) lor Anderson In 6th; d—Doubled lor R, G. Miller In Mh. St. Louis JOO 311 Jl 0-10 New York ..10101000:—$ E—Ncal, Javier, Tho'fnas. PO-A—St. Louis 27-10, New York 27-8. LOB—St. Louis 11, New York 4. 2B—Throncberry, Mlnoso. Boyer, Hcrr- scher. 3B—Neol, James, Schalfer. HR— Javier, Maxvill, Ashburn, Coleman. ! IP H R ER BB SO McDanlel (W.3-7) Shantz Jackson (L, 6-16) Anderson Hunter McDanlel (W, 3-7) Shantz Jackson (L, 6-16) Runnels Glle Ib ODD tVersqlles ss 2 1 Schilling 2b 3 1 1 QKaat p 3000 M'nb'q'Tti p 3 0 0 0 Totals 311 5 1 Totals 21 4 « 1 a—Ron for Pagllaronl In 7th; b—Ran tor Killebrtw In Vh. B«ton . 992 101 040-2 Minnesota .,...,.,., 999 9H out—4 E—Versolles, Tlllman. PO-A-Bosten 247, Minnesota 27-16. DP—Bressoud, Schilling and Runnels: Versalles, Allen and Power; Schilling, Bressoud and Gilt. LOB —Boston 3, Minnesota 4. HR—G«lger. V«rsal[es. S—Power. M'b'q'lte (L, 10-12) t 4 * *? *3 $< 5 Kaa) (W, 13-11) ..9 S 1 2 0 2 Balk — Monbouquette. U — Poparella, Soar, Smlfh, Rlc«. T—2:18. (lecen< time) BOSTON MINNESOTA •b r h bl ab r h bl Gelger cf 3110 L.Green c-lf 4211 Bressoud u 3 0 0 0 Rollins 3b 4221 Y'trz'skl If 4131 Klllebrew it 4224 Clinton rf 3100 Tuttle cf 0000 Malzone 3b 4 1 1 3Mlncher Ib 3000 Tlllman c 1 0 0 OMoore p 0000 oNlxon c 301 0 Allison rl 2011 Glle Ib 300 0 Allen 2b 4010 Schilling 2b 4000 Versalles ss 4100 Kolstad p 3000 Zlm'rman c 4 0 0 0 Cisco p 0000 Stange p 2000 Fornieles p 0 0 0 0 bPawer Ib 1110 Totals 31 4 t 4 Totals » 7 8 7 a—Singled for Tlllman In 3rd; b—Sin- gled lor Stange In 7lh. boslon ,...004990909—4 Minnesota lot \M 4lx—7 t — Glle, Gelger. PO-A—Boston i4-7, Minnesota 27-13. OP—Rollins, Allen and Mincher; Versalles, Allen and Mlncher; Kolstad, Bressoud and Glle. LOB—Boston 4, Minnesota 7. 2B — Yastnemskl, Gelger, Klllebrew. HR—Klllebrew, Malzone. SF—L. Green. „ , . IP H R ERBBSO Kolstad 61-354443 Cisco (L, 4-7) ... 1 33210 2-300000 7 64437 Joyce Lown stone x—Faced one man In 4th) four men In 4th; z—Faced In Sth. U—Schwarts, Salerno, Berry. T—2:50. A—M,49J. r By The Associated Press Where did Paul Brown get the title, "The Master"? tt couldn't have been from trading Jirrt Ninowski to the De- owskl, who traded lobs and clubs with Plum, at the helm. Whether I five touchdown passes three Detroit feels th< sams way re-! against the Steelers, compared to NIW YORK Tresh If Rlch'son Llnr 2b Marls rf Blanch'd rf Mantle cf Reed cf Howard e Kubek ss Skowron qb Boyer 3b Terry ab r h bl 533 KANSAS CITY troit Lions that's for sure. ; And the Cleveland coach i be the first to admit it today after i I Ninowski led the Browns' to their j mains to be seen, despite Plum's help hi a 35-24 victory in the first game of the doubleheader Earl tt.- men » <, S al "e w "'e uuuDieueciuer c,ari the 1959 season -i Morrall finished up for the Lions, year, to make It 5-1. brysdate made short work of Henry Aaron smashed his 32nd and 33rd home runs in the Braves' triumph over the Giants. The slugging outfielder, in boosting his average to .342, third highest in the league, ran his hitting streak i through 19 consecutive games, i longest in the ma jots this season. I Willie McCovey had two homers . tt , . , . !for the Giants, one off Calude paid off, fpr Ninowski has thrown j foymond, whose strong relief pitching through the innings sealed Tony fifth triumph in seven decisions. Rookie shortstop Dal Maxvill drove in three runs with his first In other NFL action Green Bav won 2b 5110 Charles 3b 1000 Lumpe 2b 2420Slebern •• Ib Saturday Tortabuii ci'VoVo' second exhibition triumph, a rous-1 night Green Bav won its third " ing 33-10 lacing of Pittsburgh! straight routing St. Louis 41-14 at last Saturday night in the night- Jacksonville, Fla.; Philadelphia beat the Chicago Bears 28-14 at Cedar Rapids, Iowa; and Los Angeles won its second, 33-24 over Minnesota at Portland. Ore. The San Francisco 49crs delighted a home crowd of 38,392 with a solid 42-10 victory Sunday over New York. Brown has become so pleased with Ninowski that he has even 4000 4120 4222 0000 4111 4131 3122 0000 4111 0000 1000 1000 1000 1000 M 711 7 Moore HdH—By 2 0 Slange (Glle). — Soar, Smith, Rice, Popartlla. T—2:31. A—30,469. ANGELES an r h bl 10 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 1 2 Sduthside f»'H Stars Lose ATOakdale (Spl.) — Home runs and ^bitching lapse proved the down tall of the South Lake Charles All-Stars in the Oakdale In^SaGbn Little League tournament which wound up here Sunday,* :. L^fejpharle? gained the championship round with an 11-3 victory over G u e y d a n, but succumbed to power-hitting by Rayne in tfeajiile match, 7-6. Rayne had lhre*3 home runs in lhe<N*hQwdown tilt, but it was a wildbileh by Mike Fitkin that al- Jowea Sandy Simpson to score from -third with the decisive run in thVfifth. SffflpSon had blasted a solo homer- in -the second and a three-run blijfcjft^he third for Rayne, and pitcher Glenn Chateluin's solo 9 0 4 1 2-3 3 9 0 Anderson 1 1 Hunter 2-33 R. G. Miller .... 22-33 HBP—By Anderson (MlnosoJ WP—Jockson, Hunter. U—Secory, Venion, Pryor and Donatelll. T—3:12. A—10,182. PHILADELPHIA .PITTSBURGH ab r h bl ai r h bl Taylor 2b 5020 Vlrdon ct 5000 Calllson rf 3010 Groat ss 4010 Gonzalez cf 4 0 0 OClemcnle rf 4010 Slevers qb 4 0 0 0 Clend'on Ib 4000 Covlngton If 3 0 0 0 Skinner If 4120 Wine 3b 0000 Hook 3b 4120 bKlaus 3b 1000 Burgess c 3011 d'm'ter 3b-ll 4 1 2 OM'zer'skl 2b 4010 D'rymple c 4 0 1 0 Law p 2110 dGreen 0000 Francis p 0000 White c 0000 aStuart 1011 Amaro ss 3121 Face p 1000 Bennett p 2112 Short p 1000 cTorre 0000 Balds'un p 0000 Totals 34 3 9.3 Totals 34.210.1 a—Singled for Francis In Alh; b—Called out on strikes for Wine In 9th; c—Walked Intentionally for Short In »1h; d— Rnn for Dalrymple In 9th. Philadelphia 000 020 001-1 Pittsburgh 000 101 000—2 E-Mazeroskl. PO-A-Phlladelphla 27-9, Pittsburgh 27-13. DP—Law, Groat nnd Clendenon; Groat, Mazeroskl and Clendenon. LOB—Philadelphia 7, Pittsburgh 2B—Amaro, Groat. HR—Bennett. S— Amaro. SF—Burgess. IP H R ERBB SO Bennett 52-39 2 2 14 Short (W, 7-7) .... 21-31 0 0 1 1 Baldschun 1 00011 Law 42-3 i 2 2 1 2 Francis 11-30 0 0 0 0 Face (L, 8-4) 3 3 1 1 1 1 U—Sudol, Forman, Gorman and Jac- kowskl. T—2:43, A—15,680, WASHINGTON LOS a» r h bl Plersoll cf 3000 Pearson cf Cottier 2b 2000 Moron 2b Hinton rt 3001 L.T'm's Ib Bright Ib 401 0 Wagner If Retzer c 4120 Rodgers c Lock If 4021 Torres 3b Johnson 3b 3000 G.T'm's rf 3000 Fregosl ss 2100 Chance p Brlnkm'n ss Cheney p Hannan p aHlcks Burnsldt Totals 0000 1 0 0 D 2 1 4 1 4 0 4 1 4 1 4 1 3010 3011 2000 p 0000 » 1 5 1 out Total! for Hannan M S.M In Sth. a— Grounded Washington .............. 011.000 000-1 Los Angeles .............. 100 004 OOx-S E— Torres, L. Thomas. PO-A-Washington 2400, Los Angeles 27-15. DP-Hlnton and Retzer; Cheney, Brlnkman and i Bright; Mbran, Fregosl ond L. Thomas; I Retzer and Cottier. LOB— Washington 4, ! Los Angeles 5. I 2B— Pearson, Torres. 3B— Relzer, G. ' Thomas. S— Cottier, Plersall. SF— Hinton. IP H R ER BB SO > Cheney (L, 4-8) .,52-37 S 5 3 3 Hannan ......... 11-31 o Burnslde ........ 1 1 o Chance (W, 11-7) 9 52 WP— Cheney. U— Klnnamon, mond, Napp, Stevens. T— 1:59. 1000 Archer p 4337 Jimenez If 2110 Clmoll rt 9448 Causey ss 6120 Sullivan c 6224 Bryan c 6120 Pflster p 210 OaJohnSon Walker p Williams p Aluslk Ib Totals 4i It 10 it Totals a—Struck out for Pflsler In 3rd. New Y»Nl 401 $04943-11 Kansas City ....010002310—7 E—Mantlr PO-A—New York 27-6, Kan- las City 27-8. DP—Richardson, Kubek and Skowron. LOB—New York 5, Kansas City 3. 2B—Boyer, Marls, Kubek, Mantle. 38— Richardson, Clmoll, Sleberrt, Howard. HR—Howard 2, Mantle, Slebern, Clmoll, Bryan, Skowron, Causey. SB—Mantle 2, Boyer. S—Terry. SF—Causey. IP H R ER BBSO Terry (W, 18-10) 9 11 7 « 0 2 PtlSter (L, 3-10) 3 4 S 5 2 1 Walker 3 79931 Williams 2 64400 Archer 1 33300 HBP-By Williams (Terry). WP—Williams. U—Stewart. McKlnley, Chylak, Umonf. T—2:26. A-29,274. CLEVELAND BALTIMORE ab r h bl ab r h bl Cllne cf 2000 Adalr 2b 4010 dEsseglan 1000 Snydcr cf 4210 Luplow If 4011 Herzog rf 3)12 eGreen 1011 Gentile Ib 4232 Francona Ib 3 1 1 1 Lau c 4000 Klrkland rf 4021 Powell If 4110 (Edwards 1000 Nicholson If 0000 Romano c 3010 Robinson 3b 4010 Held ss 4008 Honsen ss 3000 Phillips 3b 4120 Fisher p 0000 Klndall 2b 4120 Luebke p 0000 Latman p 3111 aShetrons 1000 McDowell p 0000 Hall p 0000 cTasby 0100 bBrnndt 1 0 0 0 Hoeft p 1000 Totals 34 511 STotaK 33 « 8 4 a—Popped out ftr Luebke In Sth; b— Safe on error for Hall In 6th; c—Walked for McDowell In 9th; d—Struck out tor Cllne In 9lh; e—Tripled for Luplow In 9th; f—Grounded Into force for Klrkland i In 9th. Cleveland 100390001—5 Baltimore 200 004 OOx-4 E—Klndall, Held, McDowell. PO-A— Cleveland 24-10, Baltimore 27-16. DP— Robinson, Adolr and Gentile. LOB—Cleveland 8, Baltimore 6. 2B—Klrkland. 3B—Green. HR—Gentile, Herzog. SB—Francono. SF—Francona. S— Cllne. IP H 62-3 7 1 1-3 1 3 8 2 2 1 0 3 1 In 4th cap of pro football's first doubleheader before a crowd of 77,683. Brown had Ninowski sitting on the bench understudying Milt Plum, before letting him go to Detroit. And all the time, during and since, Cleveland never won a National Football League Eastern Conference title as it had been favored during each of four seasons. But the situation appears to have changed this year with Nin- only nine in two years with the Lions. Plum, whose failure to produce consistently and whose pointed criticism of Brown's play calling hastened his departure, threw one touchdown pass from the Lions. But Morrall came on in the second half with three scoring tosses, two in the final period, to finally sink the Cowboys. Dallas quarterback Don Meredith also threw for three touchdowns. Jim Taylor scored three times, but Green Bay's usual potent ground offense gained only 72 yards against the Cards. But its defense got four interceptions, one for 35 yards and a touchdown by Jesse Whittenton. final three Cloninger's shied away, at times, from sending in plays via his favorite messenger guard system. So far it has AAcClinton May Fill Dallas Needs 4-11) 0 0 1 1 1 S Drurn- A-4,235. DETROIT Buddln u dWertz Bruton cf Kallne rf Cotavlto If Boros 3b Cash Ib (First game) CHICAGO abrhbl 4000 Aparlclo si 1 0 0 0 Fox 2b 5(31 Cun'ham Ib 5011 Robinson rf 5111 Maxwell If 4)21 Smith 3b 3020 Esposlto 3b McAuliffe 2b 4 1 1 1 H'shb'ger cf ab r h bl 5221 3131 3211 2101 5 1 2 4 3000 1000 5110 3110 2121 2100 Brown c 4110 Lollar c Regan p 1000 Baumann aWood 1000 Fisher p Nlsch'ltz p 0000 Jones p 0000 bOsborne 1010 Foytack p 0000 cFarley 1110 Totals It 513 S Totals 14111211 a—Lined out for Regan In Sth; fa- Singled for Jones In 7th i c—Singled lor Foytack In Wh; d—Pepped out for Buddln In 9th. Detroit NO 112 001— t Chlcag 003 105 02x-n E-Ca»h. PO-A—Detroit 24-5, Chicago 27-7. DP—Fox, Aparlclo and Cunningham) Buddln, McAullffe and Cash. LOB—Detroit B, Chicago 8. 28—Bruton, Aparlclo, Maxwell. 3B— Hershberger, Boumonn. HR — Colavlto, Latman (L, McDowell x-Flsher Lueblte Hall (W, 5-3) ....: Hoeft x—Faced 3 batters HBP—By Hoefl (Francona). U-Carrl- gan, Hurley, Flaherty and Runge. 1—2:13 0—7,442. R ER BB SO 6431 0002 44?l| 0000 PRO FOOTBALL By The Associated Press SUNDAY'S CAME NFL San Francisco 42, New York 10 SATURDAY'S GAMES r'Fi. Green Boy 41, St. Louis 14 Cleveland 33. Pittsburgh 10 Detroit 35, Dallas 24 Los Angeles 33, Minnesota 24 Philadelphia 21, Chicago 14 AFL Houston 20, Boston 10 San Diego 31, Denver 24 Dallas 22, Oakland 6 DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - Curtis McClinton, as big as a truck but with the speed of an express, was regarded today as the answer to the fervent prayers of Lamar Hunt and his Dallas Texans. The rookie from Kansas, who did everything against Oakland in] a 22-6 victory at Midland Saturday | night, could be the fellow who' might drag Dallas out of the dol-! drums in the American Football League. Hunt, the owner, looks at it several ways. It gives the Texans the power runner that has been needed while the team faltered each of the AFL's two years. It could bring Hunt victory imjhe race for the sports dollar in Dallas' competitive pro football field. The Dallas Cowboys, in the National Football League, haven't been winning either, so neither .has drawn well enough to pay expenses. McClinton, 6-foot-3, 230 pounds, •an up 111 yards on 15 carries, nduding a 68-yard sprint, in the victory over Oakland that brought mileg once more to the faces of he operators of the Texans. AJOR LEAGUE Los Angeles . San Francisco Cincinnati . Pittsburgh blosvln'^he fifth tied the score and Milwaukee "" set the stage for Rayno's winning j ^ic±' phia tHlIp 11 '' 1 ' NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Last Pel. Behind 46 (Stmi-Flnal) 234 on—II 10 .... 000 003- 3 t I Houston New York 78 75 69 58 47 45 30 52 55 59 68 78 77 n .656 .629 .605 .570 .557 .529 .460 .376 .349 .244 V, )2Vj 16 J4'/i 36 35V 3 50V, TUtSDAY'S SCHiOULG Pittsburgh at New York, (J) Cincinnati at Chicago Houston at Philadelphia, night St. Louis at Milwaukee, night Only games scheduled l.art-ewrles Giieydan Kenny LeBleU ana 1 Harvy Ohlmeyer, Mike Olmnond (5); Tommy LoJeune, Leonard <"McDanlel (3), Wayn« Worley (S) and Ricky Broussnrd Championship Lake CharlM 330000-4 2 1 Rayne OH 05x—7 7 2 MHte Fllkln ond Harvey Ohlmeyer; Glenn Chalelaln and Sandy Simpson. HR*7$andy Simpson, Raynt. 2nd, none on 3rd, } on. Gl«nn Chatelaln, Sth, none on. By Th» Atiocigtid Prou TACOMA, WosK.-EnilT* Griffith, 154, New York, outpointed Denny Moyer, J58W, Portland, Ore., 10 (non-title). i AlRES—Federlco Thompson, 12. Italy-Albert Rlcartfo Pa Strtl, 124U, U~(europ«ojft»Qtherwelght DETROIT-Lgcky Ultlf 153, Detroit, »ulfwlnt«d 5e«ny Forbn/ 1*5, Toronto, 10. SATURDAY'S RESULTS Clnclnnuil I'.'. Ios Angoics i, night San Francisco 6, Milwaukee 4 Pllisburgh 5, Philadelphia ? Houston 3-5, CM-ago 16, Iwl-night SI. Louis 7-10, Hew York 40, day-night SUNDAY'S RESULTS Los Angles 5, Cincinnati I Milwaukee 11, San Francisco 8 Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2 St. Louis 10, New York 5 Chicago 4, Houston 3 TODAY'S GAMES Los Angeles (Williams 1J-81 ot Cincinnati (Purkey 18-4), night San Francisco (Pierce 11-4) at Milwaukee (Spahn 1M1). night Houston (Farrell 8-15 and Golden $-10) at Philadelphia (Green iS and MahoHey 1A-10). m, twl-nlght. Pittsburgh (Friend 13-11 and McBtan U-8) at New York (Hook 7-13 and R.I. Miller 0-»), (2), twl-nlght Only games tchedultd New York , Chicago Detroit Baltimore Boston Kansas City Washington AMERICAN LEAGUE Wan Lilt Pel. tehind 71 65 61 60 58 57 46 48 61 62 63 M 68 78 .607 .516 .476 .488 .468 .456 .371 11 13V, I4'/J 17 IBVj W SATURDAY'S RESULTS Kansas Clly 5-7, New York 4-11, twl-nlghl Washington t, Lot Angeles 0. night Cleveland 4, Baltimore 3, 10 Innings Boston 12, Minnesota 1 Chicago J, Detroit 0 SUNDAY'S RESULTS ; 21, Kansas City 7 Los Angele^ i, Washington t Now York 21, Kansas Baltimore i, "Cleveland "J Minnesota. 4-7, Boston 2-4 Minnesota 4-7, Boston 2-4 Chicago 11-3, Detroit 5-8 New Yortt IfhtWfTTorKontoi city (Rokow 11-13) Boston (Schwoll «•]}) «t Mlmnolo (Sllf mon 7-3) • Only ga,m*» *Ch«d.wle<J 2018 EAST BROAD STREET ED TAVSSIO FORD'S NEW LOCATION Coropir* Prlc«»—Tamils'* wUl bt Lewtrl Much Lowtr! *ua F»oni Street SQlt Bui Braid HE I-05U tt fiom the open door ancial house «•••'•••«•••« «»•«••••••«• Charlie Thomas "I'm sure glad we bought our appliances and furniture with Interstate financing," one ,, of our good ' customers told me the other ' day. "J compared notes with a family who didn't . and it proved to me ho w much better off I am with interstate." I'm always glad to have (oiks tell me how satisfied they «re with their treatment st Interstate. How about you? If you. need furniture or appliances, com» in and let rot help you with money for the things you want! Prop in at 1891 East Broad here in Lake Charles, or c»U HEmlock 3-8243. Vou'U like Interstate "finandal house" and Us complete financial service roof. "He's a real solid football player," said Hunt. "He is such a magnificent athlete that he will attract the crowds. He's some football player — about the best they'll find in pro football this fall." It was know years ago that McClinton was a great prospect because he was drafted by the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League when he was only a sophomore. He had been in the Army two years and his class had graduated, so he was eligible for the draft then. Dallas drafted him as a future last year. Two other exhibition games were played Saturday night with Houston downing Boston 20-10 at New Orleans where a turnaway crowd of 81,000 brought visions of a spot in the league. New Orleans and Atlanta both have put up deposits for membership. San Diego clubbed improved Denver 31-24 with a familiar name doing the driving — Jack Kemp. The Charger quarterback passed 97 yards for one touchdown and scored twice. g£\YOUR CONVENIENT *^B.F.GOODRICH STORE HE 6-2555 526 Ryan Car Service Center BRAKES - SHOCKS « MUFFLERS • ALIGNMENT NOW GET BOTH... SPECIAL! BRAKf 9H19! * F*ONT WHHIS ADJUSTMENT PACKED Ovr »**«i«IUt» *4}vtt in nil foyr wfctflli ftr ts«rf 4rivi»|. wtrkl IncMt 4 in CQMf CHOOii THf RF.Goodrich BATTERY 10 MEiT YOU! NlfOi OOOD unit list ITAHTAT tugged Quality SHOCK ABSORBERS ONIY 7 88 IACH INSTAUH major league home run and Ken Boyer had a double, two singles and two walks in the Cards' third straight victory over the Mels. 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