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9 •§• Sit HOP I IT At, HOM, AIRAMIAI , Jiini 1$, Yankees Help Detroit Gain Tie for Lead By ED WILKS As s ociated Press Sports Writer The Del roil Tigers, with Frank Lary becoming the first pitcher to win 10 in the majors this yc:t- son, beat Boston 4-2 Wednesday flhd gained a IIP for first plan' with Cleveland in the American Lfcaguc race when the New York Yankees beat the Indians ll-n. Whitey Ford, with relief help by Ltiis Arroyo, also won his 10th /b'r the third place Yankees, who zifc one game behind. Washington beat Baltimore 5-1. Kansas City tagged Minnesota !)-'.> and the Chicago White Sox ran up a six-game streak with a 4-1 and 9-B twi-night doublehcader swell over (he Los Angeles Angels. In the National League, (he Los Angeles Dodgers jumped back into first place by a halfgamc by whipping the Chicago Cubs 7-0. Pittsburgh dropped Cincinnati 5-4, and San Francisco defeated Mil- whukcc 11-2. The St. Louis-Philadelphia game was rained out. A two-run triple by Billy Brulon wrapped it up for the Tigers as they scored three in (lie fourth inning againrt the Red Sox and j&'ser Billy Muffctt '2-fii. Lary tiO-3), bad a three-hit shutout until the eighth, when Boston scored on four singles and a sacrifice fly by Frank Malzone. Roger Maris and Bobby Richardson drove in six runs between them for the Yankees. Maris brought them from behind with ft two-run homer in the fourth off loser Gary Bell (4-6). and Richardson capped a four-run seventh inning with a three-run homer off reliever Johnny Antonelli. Ford gave up eight hits, one a solo homer by Chuck Essegian. Arroyo then mopped up with tsvo lilnings of hitless relief. A five-run second inning, triggered by Gene Green's two-run homer, did it for the Senators as Dick Donovan (3-5i won his third in a row with a six-hitter. Steve Barber (7-5) was the loser. Kansas City was shut out on two hits for 7 1-3 innings by Camilo Pascual, but broke loose for eight runs in the eight. Jerry Walker (3-3) won it in relief. Pas cual was the loser. Ray Herbert and Don Larsen, two righthanders acquired from Kansas City Saturday, wrapped tip the White Sox's sweep. Herb crt (46), won the opener with a threehitter. Johnny James (02 was the loser. Larsen then saved the second game for Frank Baumann (56) after- ,thc Angels broke lose for five runs in the eighth inning and Another in the ninth on Steve Bilko's homer. The Sox tagged loser Rom Mocller (2o> for seven runs in the first inning. DIAMOND JIM Standings SOUTH!HM ASSOCIATION By THE ASSOCIATID PMSS A W. L. Pet. G.ft. Chattanoga . 42 25 .627 — Birmingham ..38 29 Atlanta Little Rock Nashville Shreveport Macon Mobile .. Taday's Game* Chattanooga at Birmingham Macon nl Little Rock Mobile at Nashville Shreveport at Atlanta W«4neitfay'» R«Sulft Chattanooga ,4, Birmingham 3 Macon 3, Little Rock 2 Nashville 8, Mobile 3 Shreveport 5, Atlanta 1 .567 4 34 31 .523 7 . 33 35 .500 8Ms .33 33 .500 VA 33 39 .458 1U4 29 37 .439 .12% 25 40 .385 16 Thursday Ba*«ball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AmVican LMffu* , .W. L. Pet- G.B. Cleveland 30 21 .644 — Detroit 38 21 .644 — New York 36 21 .632 I Baltimore 'M 29 .508 8 Washington .... 29 30 .492 9 Boston 27 30 .483 10 Kansas City ... 25 30 .455 11 Chicago 25 33 .431 12'A Minnesota 22 36 .379 15'/2 Los Angeles ... 21 40 .344 18 DIVER wears a two-hose regulator, one the air supply, the other the exhaust. Deals Have Managers UpatNight By JACK HAND TravsDrop 10 of Last 12 Games By VERNON BUTLER Associated Press Sports Writtr Nashville has a toehold on the j Southern Association first division As*o«iated Pre""s Sports Witer j today, and judging from the way things navc ' 5een Soing lately with ; Atlanta and Little Rock, the Vols should be in thi ,. d )ace jn sh a ;= n, -r,K ( tu « t h S , manages o! b.g league baseball clubs sit up late, waiting for the or( j er ^mMn-lhf 111" 1 '• NaS ' hville lE At mdmght. oca time, June . nimh vict jn jt , t , lo the trading c^adhne goes into, and reaching the 50Q t , £ feffect After that hour no player troundng Mobilc 83 . Ljttle Rock * 32 victim of the rebounding tel^^'t teague club to another wiout i Macon PeacneSi dropped its Cavers The rule remains ,n rf-; of tne , ast 12 and ^ reachi feet until the end of the season. ; the , 500 leve! , creating a fourt ^ In case you are weak on base-, place dea dlcck. balls ; legal terminology waivers , Atlanta - s crumbllng Crackers fire the process by which each fell 51 to Shreveport for their Club ,„ the league gets a chance • oighth defeat in niPne gamcsCan d to grab a certain player for $20,- 1 stood only a length and a hjjlf in Star Duck Hunting! Sam Snead Violators Face Charges LITTLE ROCK (AP)—Twenty Arkansans arrested in connection with alleged market hunting of wild clucks face new—and sliffcr —federal charges of game violations. They were indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury for the Eastern District of Arkansan for Favorite in . S. Open By JERRY LISKA Associated Press Sports Writ'r BIRMINGHAM, Mich. (API — What witch's brew docs Oakland Hills' boiling cauldron hold for Sam Sncad, the sentimental favorite in the Gist U.S. Open Golf Tournament which opens today? alleged sales of wild clucks aftei-' Snead, 49, among an eager field Sept. 8, I960. They were among! of lr>0 ' was making his 21st U.S. >2 persons arrested in Arkansas Vlay 5 on misdemeanor charges in connection with duck sales in a five-state federal crackdown. Sale of migratory waterfowl became a felony on Sept. S, 19(50, and the new charges are felony violations. Named in the indictments fur more than one alleged sale were: Open start in quest of his first triumph in a heartbreak trail of near-misses since his first try 24 years ago, also over the same treacherous Oakland Hills Course, Sncad has to beat defending champion Arnold Palmer, leading PGA money-winner Gary Player, four-time Open champion Ben! Ho- 5an—to mention a few—but most W. L. Rilcy, Weiner; Rex Leach | of ;l11 he h ™ to whip the Open whammy against himself. The irrepressible Snead, at ; the moment shooting some f the finest golf of his picturesque career disclaimed any jitters entering the 72-hole medal play event concluding with a double 18-holc round Saturday. and Tony Zcrlingo, Stuttgart; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bradley, Altheimcr and Bobby Joe Wor- ring and Ralph Vickers, Stuttgart. Accused of single violations were: William T. Rilny, Weiner; Charles Jo h n s o n, Humphrey; Results Los Angeles 18 Chicago 4fl, (twinight) Washington 5, Baltimore 1 (N) New York 11, Cleveland 5 (N) Kansas City 9, Minnesota 2 (N) Detroit 4, Boston 2 Thursday G«m«s Boston at Detroit Los Angeles at Chicago New York at Cleveland (N) Washington at Baltimore 'N Washington at Baltimore (N> Washington at Baltimore (N) Kansas City at Minnesota (N) Friday G«m** Baltimore at Cleveland (N) Washington at Boston (N) Los Angeles at Kansas City (N) Minnesota at Chicago (Nl New York, at Detroit (N) Los Angeles . Cincinnati ... San Francisco Pittsburgh ... Milwaukee .. St. Louis .... Chicago Philadelphia National Ltagu* W. L- Pc». G.B 35 24 .593 — 33 23 .589 '/: 33 23 .589 Vi ~ -» taking his son, Phil. Jr., to bunting practice. The former New York ana his five-year-old offspring got " .Offlfi.. 28 24 28 24 28 24 .538 .462 .462 MVa 13 21 33 .389 18 33 .353 R»*olt» Pittsburgh 5, 'Cincinnati 4 (N) Los Angeles 7,. Chicago 6 IN) San Francisco It, Milwaukee 2 St. Louis at Philadelphia N, ppcl., rain Thursday Gam** Milwaukee at San Francisco St. Louis. at Philadelphia 'N> Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Friday Gam** Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N) St. Louis at Pittsburgh <N> Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N*> Chicago at San Francisco (N) Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes t . • ' ilTTLE ROCK (AP)—Here is a -fishing forecast from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission: ; ' Lake ptiachita: Water conditions.'.good. Black bass good on minnows and artificial bait. Crap- fair on minnows. Bream good on crickets and worms. "Lake M-iUmelle: Clear and normal. Bass fair to good on live minnows: and artificial biat. Crap pie good on minnows, fishing early and late. Bream good on crickets and red worms. •Lake Norfork: Water conditions good, but high. Bass fair on artificial and live minnows. Catfish good' on willow limb line. Lake Grccson: Fishing poor. Lake Conway: Water clear and normal. Bass fair on minnows and jrtificial bait. Bream good on crickets, worms and popping bugs. Lake Catherine: Water eoncli- ions good. Bass fair on artificial )ait_. Bream good on crickets and worms.' ' Lake- Hamilton: Water dingy in nlct. Black has gair on artificial lire's. Crappie fair on minnows and. jigs. Bream fair to good on crickets and worms. "Lake Bull Shoals: No report. Palmer was rated a 5-1 favor- to win. South Africa's Gary Stutlgart; (vy L. Grissom and ! Player, who dethroned Palmer as Mrs. Robert Rodgers, Marked Master's champ was second bet- A. \V. Stephens and Dale Wilson, Lodge Corner; Frederick Kock, I Tree; Rice A. Johnson and Bill Samples, Manila; James Sims and Harold Sommer.s, Wcincr; B. R. (Jack) Wages, Stuttgart; and William Gill. DeWitt. Rabies Quarantine in Carroll Co. LITTLE ROCK <AP> — Carroll i v-'on last year ting choice at 6-1. "You all don't think I'm going to win it," grinned Sncad. "I don't think so either. So if things go right, I'll surprise everybody. including myself. "I'll take tour 71's and go fishing." That meant Snead figured u 2114 would take the Open title by Palmer with Major L*HU« Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hitting—Dick Stuart, Pirates, drove in four runs with single, triple and homer, beating Ilcds 54 with tworun triple in ninth iriing. Pitchingr-Ray Herbert, White Sox, made first start since Saturday trade with A's 'and beat Angels with a three-hitter, walking none and striking out six. County was placed under a uuday 1 - !!0 Denver's Cherry Hills rabies quarantine after three dogs! course. Par for Oakland Hills is COO. The teams lowest in the ' { "nt 0 7TjtHe'Rock and Nashville standings get first crack and so; in the leag , le race v UP ' vi, , . • ,, t , ' Chattanoga's frisky Lookouts New York turned to its old bud- now makins runaway gcslures w i "T CUy iW , >. nlchm3 -'-haded Birmingham 43 and pad! will be vaccinated" and a special • players can win this and I think \\eunesday, completing the de d their league lead to four effort will be made to destroy wild'220 will lake-it," deal between the two clubs, , games over lhe Barons. 'foxes. Herroa said. ! Snead has won the last three o4 players, since 1955. and a fox were found to be suffer j 35-35—70, a four-round total of ing with the disease, Dr. J. T. i 280 Herron, State Hea;th Officer, said! Palmer's only prc-battle state- Wednesday. All dogs in the county i ment was: "Let's go—at least 10 involvin^ . , Although owner Chuck Finlty "of the A's recently said no more trades with the Yanks, his general manager, Frank Lane, said he had Finluy's approval. The acquisition of Bud Daley. a left-handed starting pitcher, to team with Whitey Ford figures to strengthen the Yanks:, especially at the stadium where southpaws usually are more effective than righties. To set Daley. New York sent pitcher Art Ditmar and infielder Deron Johnson to the A's. The Yank, also made another move, acquiring Billy Gardner, veteran inficldcr, from the Minnesota Twins for Danny McDevitt, left-handed pitcher. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Miami Beach. Fly. — Alan liar mon. Kill'-, Kingston. Jamaica, outpointed Jesse Buwclry, 174''-. St. Louis. Hi. t'ommaek, N.Y. — Stefan Red!. 147, Prtss.-iir, N.J., outpointed Johnny GunnA) nt; 11). i tourneys he has played—the Las Vegas Tournament of Champions, the Sam Sncad Festival and the International Canada Cup. Only once in his last 12 rounds hay Slammin Sammy been over 70. Nixons Moving to California LOS ANGELES (AIM — The Iiirh;ird M. Nixon family is moving from Washington, DC., to Los Angeles toduy. The I!)fi0 Republican presiden- al candidate, his wife Patricia, id Icon-age daughters Julie and rici;.i. are due at Lot; Angeles In- Airport by jetliner this KNOCKOUT BY A KNOCKOUT—Begina Miranda, a knockout in her own right, deliver* * haymaker to the chin of Giulio Rinaldi, light heavyweight champion of Italy, on his arrival here to fight Archie Moore for the wprld title in York Juae 40, Mi»« Mira*4* is a native K-JW Yorker. Ihem will be Checkers. (heir cocker ;• panic!, and two cals. The Nixons have rented film producer Walter Wanger's Brentwood District home pending con- M ruction of a new one of their own in Beverely Hills. Mrs. Nixon and the children re- I/lined in Ihe East until the girls Aftliwr Ltafu* By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast Lt«fut Salt Lake City 3, Portland 1 San Diego 10, Seattle 8 Vancouver 6, Tacoma 4 liawaij 6, Spokane 0 Inttrnctienal L'ague Rochester 61, Columbus 54 Buffalo 10, Jersey City 4 Richmond C, Syracuse 2 Toronto 7, Charleston 6 American As*»ei«tion Houston 7, Omaha 5 DallasFort Worth 3, Louisville 2 Indianapolis at Denver, ppd. Ma|«r Lta'u* Liadtrs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Amtrican Jr. Legion Makes It 5 in a Row Last night the North Little Rock Danco team became the 5th victim of the Hope Junior Legion nine by G to 0 score. Hope started in the second inning, tallying three times when Robinson and Churchwell singled, Ward walked David Burke sent them home with a smashing double. Murphy scored in the third and singles by Joe Duke, Roberts and Camp ended the scoring for,. Mope. David Burke was the winning hurlcr, up only one hit Nominations at Girls State •'.LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Kay Bell' ojf^rkaclclphia and Tommic Vines of-jLittlc. Rock were nominated to day/, for' governor of Arkansas Gir.Is', State being held at nearby Camp Robinson. ? Miss Bell js the candidate of the SJatjona'liSt Parti); Miss Vines, of the .Federalist Party. and struck out seven. Thursday grimes: Hope l vs. Nashville 4, here Hope 2 vs. Nashville 3, hero' Friday games: Braves vs. Giants Pop Kola vs. Lions CBC vs. Owens Coleman vs. Midwest F'rJR'ncisco, 4B; Mays, San Fran Cisdp and Aaron, Milwaukee, 41. 'Hits. — Pinson, Cincinnati, 71; Wills, Los Angeles and Clcmcnte, Pittsburgh, 70. Doubles — Coleman, Cincinnati, 46; Zimmer, Chicago and Mays San Francisco, 14. Triples—Virdon, Pittsburgh, 6; Wills, Los Angeles and Clcmente and Stuart, Pittsburgh, 5. Home runs—Matthews, Milwaukee and Ccpcda, San Francisco, 17-' 'Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinnati,, 11; Aaron, Milwaukee and Mays, San Francisco, 8. Pitching (based on 3 or more decisions)—Miller, San Francisco, GO, j.OOO; Duffalo, San Francisco, 30, '1.000. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los An'ge les, 89; Drysdalc, Los Angeles, «2. Mock Attacks Planned by SAC MCALESTER, Okln. (AP)—The Air Force's Strategic Air Command 'has scheduled low level mock bombing attacks against train targets moving in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana. The praclice runs by B47s, B52s and B5fl Hustler jets arc to nr/ from June l<) through July l. The targets will be trains manned by Air Force personnel and each will be made up of 10 cars. Electronic equipment on the trains will score the accuracy of the attackers and will jam aircraft radar equipment. Plane crews will use electronic counter measures to overcome the jamming. Low level approaches, beginning at about 2,000 feet, will start in this eastern Oklahoma area. High altitude approaches' will start at 30,000 to 40,000 feet, the air force Dodgers Beat Cubs, Regain National Lead. By ED WILKS A s sociated Press Sports Writer The Los Angeles Dodgers art! back on lop in the National League race, gaining a halfgame edge by beating the Chicago Cubs 70 Wednesday night. Pittsburgh dropped Cincinnati 5-1, and San Francisco tied the Reds for see ond place with an 112 job on Mil waukce. The St Louis Philadelphia game was rained out. In Ihe American League, it's a thrccway fight. Detroit beat Bos ton 42 and moved into a first place tie with Cleveland when the New York Yankees roughed up the Indians 115. The third place Yanks arc only one game behind. Fourth place Baltimore, eight games back, lost 51 to WushfjJB ton; Kansas City rocked Minnc sola 02 and the Chicago White Sox swept a twinight twinbill from Ihe Los Angeles Angels 41 and 98. The Dodgers knocked off the Cubs behind the fivchit pitching of Don Drysdale (53). It was his first shutout of the season. Backed by four double plays, Drysdalc didn't allow a runnjsr past first. Me walked but two and struck out seven. Drysdale also belted a homer. So did Tommy Davis, who drove in three runs. He brought in one in the first with a sacrifice fly, and the Dodgers then chased loser Don Cardwell (53) with three runs in the second, two unearned. Dick Stuart did it for the Pi rales. He drove in four runs with a single, triple and homer, bf't ing the Reds wilh a „ tworun Lriple in the ninth off losing re [Sever Jim Brosnan (22). The Reds gained 32 and 43 leads against Bob Friend and Elroy Face before Bobby Shantz (3D took the decision with one hitlcss inning of relief. The Giants, with a sevenrun seventh inning, beat Warren Spahn (77), the southpaw ;tre who has beaten them twice. 1-Lfr vcy Kucnn opened the big seventh with a double and closed it wilh a tworun triple. Willie Mays and Ed Bailey hit home runs for the Giants, wilh Bailey rapping two, and each drove in three runs. Juan Marichal, beating the Braves for the second time, col Jeclcd a 33 record with a five hitter, giving up f if thinning homers by Frank Thomas and f"i Torre. h/< PSC to Rule on Water Request LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Arkansas Public Service Commission meets this afternoon to hear a request of General Waterworks Corp. that it be allowed to borrow £',2 million. '•-' No protests have been filed. Ap« prova'l of such applications customarily is routine. General Waterworks would use $9.3 million of the 5 1 A per cent Kinking und debentures to pay off existing indebtedness It would use the remainder for construction and "general corporate pruposcs." The application doesn't detail construe lion. jj, The company owns water dis tribution systems in Pine Bluff, Balosvillc, England, Fordyce, Hamburg, Morrilton, Rison and Russellville. Populated areas will be avoided. The route and target areas were coordinated with the Federal Aviation Agency. The trains will move from this area to five miles southeast of Baslrop, La. They will bo in the area of Paris, Tex., and Murfrecs- boro, and Ri.son, Ark. The $25 billion in assets held by New York State saving banks is enough money to build 25 highways like the New York State Thruway, Batting (based on 125 or more at bats) — Picrsall, Cleveland, .370; Cash, Detroit, .367. Runs— Mantle, New York, 51; Colavito, Detroit, 48. Runs batted in— Cash, Detroit, 54; Maris, New York, 50. Hits — Piersall, Cleveland, 81; Kubck, New York, 77. Doubles— Power, Cleveland, 18; Romano, Cleveland, 17. Triples— Wood, Detroit, «; Pier sail, Cleveland and Keough, Washington, 5. Home runs— Maris, New York. 22 ;Cash, Detroit, 19. Stolen bases— Jlowser, Kansas City, 18; Aparicio, Chicago, 16. Pitching (Based on 3 or more decisions)— Grant, Cleveland, 70, 1.000; Latman, Cleveland, 60. 1.000. Strikeouts— Pascual. Minnesota, 76; Bell, Cleveland, 74, Batting (based on 125 or more at bats) — Moon, Los Aiiyelct.', .353; Hoak, Pittsburgh, ,34'J. Runs — Mays, San Francisco. | finished on! the school lear. j Nixon bad been slaying in a hotel 46; Boiling, Milwaukee, while here. I Runs balled in—CcpeXla, Saw Your Checklist for Boating Safety When to Fi»h or Hunt Solunar Tables" By John Alden Knifht ,^. r ,_._j» of Americans have discovered a new world of fun oil pi* nation » waterways. Boating is even more fun if the skipper, •M mat*'and the whole crew know their craft is properly equipped. Hfr*f a checklist on the items of boating equipment recommended by B*arm» safety experts. How does your boat chuck out? D ,1$) & (b) life preserving device tot every passenger U (c) proper lighting D .(d) norn or whistle D (e) (ire cxlijjguisbcr D (f) first aid til (g) tool kit D (h) anchor D (i) D (j) compass D (JO fenders D (1) bilge pump D (m) paddle D (n) flashlight D (o) gascaa JC«»p Boating a Safe Family Recreation 9&*trvt Ngtional $of« Boaling Week-July 2-8, j,961 The schedule of Solunar peripdj u printed below, has been «*fc« from John Alden Knight'* Solunu Tables. Plan your days to thl yuu will be fisning in good twii tory or bunting in good cover dur mg these times, If you find the best iport that bas to offer. •H» Major (terlodi are thowi li N>ld face type. Thew begin at tto 'line shown and last for aa ho* and a half or two hours thero after. The minor Periodi, to regular type, are at shorter duratioa. Mliwr Malar M!MT 4.M. Thurs. . . 7:00 12:50 7:35 Fri. ... 7:50 1:40 8:20 Sat. . . . U:35 J:2S 9:00 Sun. . . . 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