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10 TUES ' AUGUST 21, 1962, Lake Chorle* Americon Press Robinson, Freese Lead Reds Over Dodgers, 7-3 By The Asuoetolpd Those two old pros of Cincinnati's surprising drove to the 1961 National League pennant are back in business again, happily for the third place Reds. Frank Robinson and Gene Krcese, who has been out with a broken ankle since spring training, drew « bead on the league- leading Los Angeles Dodgers Monday night, and it was almost unbelievable what these two can do together. But there's no denying the events of the Reds' 7-3, IfMnning victory over the Dodgers. First, there was Freese. Making his first start since he fractured his right ankle tn a spring train- iing accident, the hard-hitting (bird baseman raced home on a still weak leg with a key run in the seventh inning and drove In the tying run with a ninth inning bloop single to center. Then, there was Robinson. Con- tinning his torrid belting, last year's Most Valuable Player cracked & bases loaded homer in the 10th inning for the game- winner. For the remarkable Mr. Robinson it was his 17th homer In the last 28 games dating back to July 27. Since then he has hit two homers in one game four times. tagged three grand slams and accounted for 35 runs batted in. The victory moved the Reds back to within 6>4 games of the Dodgers, who maintained a 3',i- game edge over second-place San Francisco. Milwaukee walloped the Giants 9-4. In the only other games, Pittsburgh swept a doubleheader from the New York Mets, 2-0 and fi-3, and Philadelphia whipped Houston 7-1 in the first game of a scheduled twi-nighter. The second game was postponed due to rain. SI. Louis and Chicago were idle. The dramatic events at Cincinnati began in the seventh inning when Freese singled and sped home on a double by Don /Simmer, bringing the Reds to within a run of the Dodgers, who had built an early lead on homm by Willie and Tommy Davis. In the ninth, Robinson singled, moved up on a sacrifice and scored the ty ing run when Freese dumped one into short center. Winner Rob Purkey brought his record to 19-4. Pinch hitter Jerry Lynch started the 10th with a single. Leo HOME IS THE BUCCANEER — Roucrto Cle- menle, Pittsburgh Pirates right fielder, slides safely home in the fifth Inning of ihe first game of Monday's twi-nlght doubleheader against ihe Mets at New York. Meis hurler Jay Hook Is Ihere, but with* out the ball. Clemente came home when Hook's pitch rolled away from backstop Chris Cannistaro. Hook dropped Ctmniztaro's throw for an error. The Mets lost both games to extend their losing streak to 12. (AP Wirephoto). SLUGGERS AREN'T HITTING No AL Triple Crown King n Sight for This Year By The Associated Press The way the lop sluggers in the American League are hitting, whoever costs the golden headpieces for triple crown winners had bettor try making batting helmets. There hasn't been a triple crown winner—loader in homers, runs bailed in r-d batting average- since Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankee.* in 1056. And, with the AL's most potent swingers averaging one ivt rvery four at- biits, there isn't gning t« be one this '-(""inn. The Minnesota '!'«;•'•' ilarmon Killc'-,: ...v k-r-K thr A . • ith 33 homers and S3 runs batted in. but has only a .245 balling mark. Last year's HR-RBI champ, Roger Maris of the Yankees, is batting only .257, with 23 homers and 77 runs batted in. The rest of the league leaders PTC down in the batting department, t'in. Miu-i^ HI the humor hammers v, ith 01 la.M year and was the leader n RR1 vith 142. Cash won + * * AMERICAN the batting crown with a .361 average. Cash is almost 530 points lower this season while slap-hitter Pete Runnels of Boston holds the batting load with a ,M3 average. Killebrew took over the lead in the homer department Monday with a two-run shot in the sixth inning that powered third-place Minnesota to a (i-4 victory over Boston. Maris. hit. a three-run i hornet for the American League pleading New "York'Yankees, who ! lost to Kansas City 7-3 in the only ; other game scheduled. ; The victory pulled the Twins lo within five games of the Yankees and'left the leaders four games in front of the second-place Los j Angeles Angels, heading into their ' three-game series opening at Los 1 Angeles tonight. i The Twins scored three un! earned runs off Red Sox starter! ; Don Schwall (6-14) in the first] !witli Bob Allison stroking a run ' producing double and Earl Battey driving in a pair wilh a single. The Red Sox moved ahead 4-3 in the top of the sixth on Lu Clinton's two-run homer. Then Rich Rollins singled in the bottom of the sixth and Killebrew wrapped it up. The victory went to Dick Stigman (8-3), who needed Frank Sullivan's relief help over the final two innings. Spahn Happy After Licking Arm Trouble MILWAUKEE (API-Milwaukee southpaw Warren Spahn figures he has licked the most serious arm trouble of his brilliant career —and most observers, especially the San Francisco Giants, readily agree NATIONAL BOXES 6010 4210 t n 0 2122 SAN FRANCISCO MILWAUKB6 eh r h bl ob r h bl Kuenn 3b 4111 McMillan »s i B i 1 Hlller !b 4000 Johnson If 1111 Mays cl 4000 M«y* cl cepeda rf 4222 H.Aaron rl F.Alou If 4111 Adcock Ib McCovSy Ib 3000 T.Aofon 1b Orslho c 3000 Crondall c Pagan »s 3010 Aspr'ht* 3b . ., Plerc* p 1000 Balllhd ?b S 1 3 ? I oBolcs 1000 Spohh p 3000 Lersen p oooo Bolln p 0 0 0 0 bNleman 1 0 1 0 Garlbflldl p 0 0 0 0 Tetolt It 4 4 4 TOtoll 1» »1J J a—Grounded Into deublt ploy for Pltrc* In «fh; 6-smgled Wr Balln In *th. ion. Hfc—COvlnpton, Lilils, Wins. Dnlrymple. iB— Green (W, «5) .. 9 Nrr*ll (L, 8-16), 5 Tlelenaucr ..... 5 McMohon ...... J _ . _ . HB% - By Farreil ... 4111i Orecn. U—Venten, Pryor, 5210) cOry. T—2:45. (First gum*) PITTSBURGH NEW ab f h bl 6RBBSO 1 2 S 31 3 . 1 0 3 . 0021 homer. wp - Donalelli, Se- Snn Pronclltb 010 Ml 10&-4 MilWdukH WO 511 SOX-) The 41.year.old Spahn, sidelined I ^-^^'fts, ^tte. PO ' A for 10 days after aggravating his I op-Boiima, McMiiion and r. returned to action and L ^- B -- s - an Fr0nelsco 2 - wiiwuki. n. 27-11. LA Opens 'Must 1 With Yanks NEW YORK KANSAS CITY ob r h bl ab r h bl Trcsh If 4 1 1 J DelGr'co cf 4231 Rich son 2b 5 1 3 0 Charles 3b 4 1 ] I Maris tl 4 1 3 "8 Lumpe 2b 4221 Mantle cf 2000 Slebern Ib 4011 Howard c. 5000 Jimenez II 3001 Kubek 5S 4000 Alusik If 0000 Lorio Ib 3010 Cimoli rf 4000 Bov«r 3b 4000 Causey u 3110 Si" • on 0 1010 Bryan c 3121 Dr'-v p 1 0 P 0 Rakow p 2 0 0 C of.- cti d 0 0 P 0 Wyatt p 1000 h; i--. COOP COD • i p 0 0 C> 0 TotolS 33 3 » 3 Tolals 32 7 107 a— '.VLiked l&r Dcley in fir., D— Ran (cr Bl'an'-.r.ard in ft''. |o-.v Ycr'-. • 306 900 JCO— 3 Karias Cily ........... OW 240 Olx— 7 t- .".cl-=rr.Mn, Bovcr, r.hnrlcs. PO-A — New York 2i-«, Kansas Cily !MO. DP— I o ">g, Ku'Tl' fncl LonQ.' }'.U(K^- KichurO- son "end lo-vi; Lumpp, Couscy end Ste- b'-rn. rn'nlri. L urnre una Yebern. LOB— tit/. Vri'k 11. KanLos City I 1 . JE-'^i'hard'-on. Del Grrio 1, Moris 3E.- Bryan. HR— V.cris, Charles, Lumpe. ' 6-6) (A 1 , 12-13) IP 413 22-3 1 613 -J7-3 Kinley, Chylak, A— 13.JJ1. ' ER BB SO i f) Q 0 0 0 . 1 0 0 n 7 3 0 I 2j Umonl, (lewort. ! R LOS ANGELES (AP)-The series that the Los Angeles Angels must win to stay in contention for the American League pennant starts tonight' against the New York Yankees in Chavez Ravine. "We really need three straight, but if \ve can win tv.o of these three games we'll gel one more crack at the Yanks in New York next month." says outfielder Albie Pearson, leadoff. man and sparkplug of the second place Angels. "If we blow this series I'm afraid we've had it. If you're going lo win a pennant you must beat the team immediately ahead of you and behind you." The Yanks are four games in fronl of'the Angels. Bill Stafford '10-7) starts tonight for New York against Angel southpaw Bo Belinsky <8-61. Manager Ralph lluul; of the Yankees intends to use Whitey Ford Wednesday night and Ralph Terry Thursday afternoon. Bill Rigncy. boss of the Angels who was released from a hospital Monday after an ulcer alUick, will choose between Tod Bowsfielii and Don Lee Wednesday night and will go to Dean Chance in the final game. The Angels, playing their second year of major league baseball, 'have drawn 869,542 fans so far this season. After the series wilh the Yankees they will be close lo the one million mark. But for the Thursday game being in the afternoon, this three-game series would be close lo a sellout. The Yankees' travel requirements necessitated the daylight hour. The Angels are in second place chiefly because they have a big bulge on the weaker teams. They are 11-3 against Kansas City, 12-6 against Boston and 9-5 against Washington. In fact, the Angels have the advantage over all second division teams. The Yankees ' shade the Angels in their series, G-5. Minnesota is the only team with a two-game spread on Los Angeles. The ace of the Angel mound staff, Ken McBride, who w as 11-4 when he discovered he had a broken rib, plans to take his first workout lonight but he will see no I service in this series. Carver Wins 16th Straight In Campanella Carver of the Campanella League extended its winning streak to sixteen with a 12-10 come from behind victory ov e r Hillcrest Monday night at the Opelousas Street park. Robert Jones of Hillcrest hit a grand slam homer in the second inning to give his team a seven to four lead which they hold until Carver rallied for four runs in the fourth frame. Hillcrest tallied twice in the fifth inning to take the lead once more but Carver bounced back with four big runs in the top of the last inning to sew up the game. Sammy Richard led the strong Carver team at the plate with two doubles and six runs batted in. CAMPANELLA LEAUE Carver 400404—1213 4 Hillcrest 340021-10 7 5 Wade Cunningham, Ken Kelly (J) ond David Lilly; Bobby Perkins, Pol G u 11- lory (2), Mike Jones (4) and Victor Douccl. nlKnur elbow, fired a six-hitter Monday night as the Braves thumped the staggering Giants 9-4 to capture a four- game series 3-1. "The arm stiffened up on me a little between innings, but it was all right," Spahn said. "The big secret is that I know how to take care of it now. I aggravated the elbow in Houston by warming up too fast. Now I just take my time, both warming up before the game and before an inning." In going the distance for the 15th lime and boosting his record to 13-11, Spahn survived a San Francisco homer barrage. Orlando Cepeda belted his 25lh and 26th, while Felipe Alou hit his 19th and Harvey Kuenn his seventh. "Have to please the fans who come out to see the long ball, you know," Spahn said jokingly. "Those long oneg don!t hurt so much, though, when they come wilh the' bases empty." Spahn, who now has won five straight to boost his National League victory total lo 322, was in command after successive homers by Cepeda and Alou in the seventh. He sailed through the ninth, retiring Cepeda, Alou and Willie McCovey in easy fashion. "I threw better in the ninth than I did early in the game," Spahn said. "I threw nothing but fast balls in getting those three tough guys." The Braves backed Spahn wilh a 15-hil attack which included homers by Lou Johnson, his first in the major leagues, and rookie Tommie Aaron, his sixth. The Giants were slung by the loss and their failure in the series. However, ' they remained 3'/z games behind Los Angeles as the league-leading Dodgers dropped a 7-3 decision to Cincinnati. The Giants have lost eight of their last 10 games away, from home and are 31-30 on the road this season. Manager . Alvin Dark has set a goal of 105 victories lo win the National League pennant. That means the Giants must win 27 of their final 37 games— n rugged task. Aspromonle. HR—Cepeda !, F. Alou. Johnsen, T. Aaron. S— Kuenn, Spahn. Piercc Lorsen (L. 4-3) . Bolln .1.,!,»,, Garibaldi ..... Spohn (W, 13-11) HBP-By Bolln Boggess, Londes. Virdon tl Groat is Skinner It COM II Burgess t Clfttnent* rf Clend'on Ib Hook 3b 4000 Ashburn 4000 Neol 55 3000 Thrn'b'y ib Thomas If YORK ob r 1i bl rt 4000 6000 3 1 J 1 Hlckmon . 4100 bWoodlinq 40 cf 4010 3000 0 M'zor'skl Friend p 2b 00 Konehl 2b 4 0 2 D Her'cher 3b IP 5 1 1 , 1 9 (McMillan). U—Slelner, T-2MA. A-)5,9W. LOS ANGELES CINCINNATI dbfflbl flbrhbl Wills si J 0 2 0 Cordeno* »s 3120 Gllllam 5-3b 4000 Keouah If Ib 5 1 10 W.DovIs cf S 1 4 1 Plnson cf 3 T.D'vIs 3b-lf 3111 Robinson rf Moon Ib 4)10 Colemon Ib Per'noskl p 0 0 0 0 oPost If cPplrly 1000 Edwards e L.Sherry p 0000 bFolles c Snider rf 4021 Freese 3b Howard If 4000 Zlmmer 2b Burright 2b 6000 Purkey p Roseboro c 4 0 0 0 dUynch Williams p 3010 cGalncs Harkncs s 1b 1 0 0 0 Totals 38 3 11 3 Total! 402 3 000 1000 3000 .... -..-. — 2000 3020 Can'zaro c 3000 3000 Mook n 2010 oChrljfop'r l 0 0 0 MacKenzlt p 0 0 0 0 TBtfll* 32 2 * 1 ThtolJ 30 0 4 0 o— Grounded out for Hook In 7lh; fa- Struck out for Hlckman In Plh. ER BB SO ! Pittsburgh .............. 000 Old 100-2 3 1 3 Now York ............... COO 000 000— 0 41 1 | E— Hook. PO-A--! 4 itt»burah 27-9, New 0 0 i i York 27-12. DP— Hook, Neal and Kanehl. 0 1 0 LOB-Pitlsburgh S, New YOrk S. HR— ' ' " Burgess. SB— Hickman. Friend (W, 14-11). 9 4 0 0 °2 6 Hook (L, 7-14) ... B A ? ) 0 4 MacKenile ..... 1 o 0 0 2 1 U— Conlon, Burkhart, Walsh, Weyer. T— Cardenas bunted and both nm- ncrs were safe when first baseman Tom Harkness threw ima and low in an attempt for a force at second base. After Many Keough forced Cardenas, the Dodgers had reliever Larry sherry <M> walk Vada Pinson find try Robinson. It was a mistake. At Milwaukee, Warren Spahn H3-H) gave up four homers-two j by Orlando Cepeda and one each by Harvey Kuenn and Felipe Alou —but allowed only two other hits! and won the 322nd game of hist career. The Braves' ace left-hand^ cr is only four victories shy <>fl lying Eddie Plank for the most! triumphs by a southpaw in major league history. The Braves won it with a five-run outburst in the seventh inning, with Tommy Aaron's homer off Don Larscn (4-3) breaking a 4-4 lie. The Pirates won the opener as Bob Friend (14-111 allowed the Mcls only four singles while Pittsburgh got to Jay Hook (7-14) for an unearned run in (he fifth before Smoky Burgess put it out of reach with ;i seventh inning Rot). Skinner paced Hie Pirates in the nightcap, hilling a two-run inslde-lhe-park homer in the first inning and a triple in the eighth. Al McBcan (13-81 Was (lie winner and Robert L Miller (0-10) the loser, The Phillies made it 13 victories without a loss against (he colls as Dallas Green (G-5) spaced it hits and left 12 men stranded. Tho only Houston run came on a double by Norm barker and Roman Mejias' • single in Ihe third. The Phils used consecutive homers by Wcs Covinglon and Clay Dnlryni- plc off Dick Farrcll (8-10), lo pull away in Ihe fifth. 1 0 1 5224 3000 0000 1000 1060 4121 4011 3010 1010 0100 33 7 10 7 a—Sacrificed for Colemon, In 91h; b— Grounded out for Edwards In Wh; c— Grounded out for Porranoski In 10th; d— Singled for Purkey In 10th) e—Ron for Lynch In 10th. Lit Anaelei 0001029000—3 Cincinnati ., 100 000 101 4-7 E—Non#. PO-A—Los Angeles 28-16 (one out when winning runs scored), Cincinnati 30-12. DP—Williams, Moon and Roseboro; Perranoskl, Wllli and Harkhess; Cardenas and Coleman. LOB—Los Angeles 8, Clnclnnbll 5. 2B-W. Davis, Snider, Cardenas, Zlm- mer, Purkey. HR—W. Davis, T. Davis, Robinson. SB-Wills 2, Snider. S-Gilliam, T. Davis, Cardenas 7, Post. SF—Plnson. ,..,.„ lp H R ER BB SO Williams 7 J 2 2 •> .1 Perranoskl 2 3 I 1 (I b L. Sherry (L.6-3) 1-3 2 4 4 1 Q Purkey (W,19-4) 10 11 3 3 1 6 U—Barllck, Vargo, Crawford, Harvey. T-2:57. A-26,«52. r 4000 4110 oooo 4011 4000 4 1 J I 3010 2000 o n o o 1011 2 0 0 0 33 3 7 3 (First gome) PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl ab r h bl 3010 Taylor 2b 4110 0 0 o 0 Klaus 3b 1000 Calllson. rf 0 0 0 0 Gonialet cf S 0 0 0 Demeter cf S 0 1 o Covinglon if 4120 Savage H 4020 D'rymple c 4021 Torr« ib 4020 Wine ss 4000 Green p 2010 2 0 D n 381111 Total! a— Grounded out for Farrell b— Grounded but for Tlefenauer Houston Philadelphia HOUSTON Ljllis 2b Tlefena'r p bPendleton McMahon » Spongier If Heist cf Larker Ib Me|las rf Aspr'nle 3b Campbell c. Hartmon ss Forrell p aTcmple 2b Totals (Nlgftf Gom«) PITTSBURGH NEW YORK dbrhbl obrhbl Virdon cf 5110 Ashburn cf 4110! Groot ss 4111 Neal ss Skinner if 5 t 3 ! Woodllna n Goss If 660 OChrls'he'r rf Clemenle rl 5110 Thomas It Marshall Ib 2 1 1 0 Thr'n'b'y Ib Hoak 3b 3000 HSr'cher 3b M'zer'skl 2b 4 0 1 1 Kanehl 2b Lcppert c 3010 Pignatano c McBcan p .1 n 0 0 M'Kenzfe p Olivo p OOOO bMantllla cStuart 1000 R.G.MIII'r p 0 0 0 0 Face p OOOO R.L.Miller p l 0 0 0 aColcman c Totals J! » » 4 Totals o-Grounderf ouf for R. L. Miller In Sth; b—Singled lor MacKenzle In 7th; C— Popped out for Ollvo In Bin. I Pittsburgh JOO 200 Oil—< New York 200 mo 100-3 E—Hcrrscher, Groat. PO-A^-Plttsburgh 27-8, New York 27-10. DP-Mazeroskl, Groal and Marshall. LOB—Pittsburgh 7, New York 3. 2B — Groat. Woodilnqi Mozeroskl. Kanehl. 3B—Skinner, Virdon. HR—Skinner. SF—Groat. IP H R ER BB (O McBeon (W, 13-8) 62-3 7 .1 .1 o 5 Ollvo 1-300000 Face •) o 0 o 0 1 R.L.MIIIY (L, 0-10) 5 54425 MacKemle .*,..? 1 0 0 0 2 R.G.MIIIer .... 2 3 2 J 1 1 HBP-By R. G. Miller (Hoak) WP-R. L. Miller, McBean, R. G, Miller. U— Burkhart, Walsh, Weyer, Conlan. T—2:31. A—8,214. 5010 5220 1110 2011 427? o 0 I) 0 4 1 l l 4020 4010 4000 377124 In dth; In 8th. 001 000 000-1 103 oJO 10x— 7 E— Campbell 2. Hartman 3. PQ-A— Houston 24-6, Philadelphia 27-10. Dp- Campbell and Hartman. LOB— Houston 12, Philadelphia 8. 2B-Larker, Campbell. 3B-Torre, Calll- Oilers Cut LSU Star From Roster HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - Rodney (Monk) Guillot of New Orleans, n rookie linebacker, was cut from the Houston Oilers squad! Monday. The Oilers, defending champions in the American Football League, must cut more players by noon today to meet the league limit of 43. SEE ME for low-cost auto, home, life, accident and sickness, boatowncrs, and business Insurance. H. W. CHEVALIER 1912 Oak Park Blvd. Homo Phone: GR 7-2134 You're in good hands with ALLSTATE INSURANCE Companies HOME OFFICE: SKOKIE, ILL. Office Phone: HE 6-4926 What's missing to make the one Tom Collins that pleases the hard-to-please? Coalf, KrteM W,at! U—Mc T—2'37. BOSTON MINNEIOTA ab r h bi ab t h bl (..rigri 'I 3 0 1 D I. . G>een c-11 4 0 0 (I Brewud tv J 1 1 0 Power Ib 3 1 J 1 Rollins Ib 411 '/ Killebrew II 3010 bC-oryl 4000 Tu'tle cl 3 I 1 0 Allison M 3010 Bolte/ c I D 0 0 Allen 2b 2000 Versolles SS 1000 Sligrnan p 0000 Sullivan p 1000 33 4 1 3 Totals 32204 I 3 I 4 7 3 2 ' 0000 0000 i I 1 1 3012 3000) 1 0 0 0 | 3000 0000 31 t 1 i i Y !rir j,|n II O.plon rf //.rjirc'ie ?b Pqlrm r. Runnel) Ib S. MiPing 2b i. U./on SchwjH P oOoirtncr Rodati p oT. Green Totals o— Fouled out for Sthwoll in 7lh; b— Ron for Killebrew In Ith; c— Grounded out for Schilling In 9th; d— Grounded out fo RodoU In Wh. Boston .................. 000112000—4 Minnesota ............... 300 002 ]0x— i E— Molione. PO-A— Boston 24-15, Minnesota 27-10. DP— Allen and Power; Bres- *oud, Schilling, Pogllaronl, Molzone imd Schwall; Vertalle*. Alien ond Power; Botuv, Versalles and Rolllni; Bressoud, Schilling ona Runnels. LOB— Boston 7, MinnMpla 3. ?p— Alllwn. Power 2, Bre»ioud, AAal- xonc. HR— Clinton, Killlbrew. IP H R ERBB SO 6 2 71-3 123 Soar AJOR LEAGUE standings NATIONAL LEAGUE Wen Lot! Pel. Behind 82 tl 4? J? 55 S? 68 H n 94 .651 .k?t .A08 557 .W! .465 .376 .366 .242 12 li 35 ; 51 Schwall (L, 6-14) Padotz p Stigrnun (W, 8-3). Sullivan .. U-Srnllh, Rice, 2:19. A—12,853. 5 ? 1 3 3 1 1 0 J B 4 4 5 5 10000 Papa re! lo. T— SAVE MONhiY WITH '• KEMPER ) r - INbURANQIc J VUuH CJ.Ul, M£i HE « «5li3 ^REINAUEH-ABKLMAN Los . ion f ronclito .. Pllttburah . SI Louis Milwaukee . Philadelphia Chicago ....... H Houston ....... 4S New York ..... 30 MONDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnall 7, Los /uigiiei 3, 10 Innings, night MilwauXe* 9, ban Fronclico 4, night Plttsburoh 24, New York 0-3, Iwi-night : Philadelphia 7, Houiton 1, twl light, second game, nlahl, postponed, rain Only garnet scheduled. TODAY'S CAM66 Pllliburtih (Gibbon 24 or Francis 5-7 and Haddix 8-5) at New York (Craig 7 19 and Moorhead 0-2), (2). Cincinnati (O'Toole 13-13) at Chicago (Cardwell 6-11). Houston (Bruce 7-7 and Golden 3-10) ot Philadelphia (Hamilton 6-11 and Ma- halfey H-10) (2). St. Louis (Jackwn 10-10) at Mllwoukte (Shaw U8), night. Only flames scheduled. WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Cincinnati ot Chicago Los Angeles ot Philadelphia, inuM i Son Francisto ot New York, night ; Houston ot Pittsburgh, night : St. Louis ot Milwaukee, night He* York . Los Angelei Minnesota Chicago Detroit Baltimore Cleveland Boston Kansas City Washington AMERICAN UEAOUg Won Losi Pel. Behind 74 71 71 *5 il 60 i'/ £8 58 46 4? 54 56 61 62 63 65 67 68 78 .602 .568 .55') .516 .496 .488 .476 .464 .460 .371 d S 10' 1 13 14 15"j 17 17V 2 28'/2 MONDAY'S RESULTS Kansas City J, New York t Minnesota t, Boston 4 Only garnet scheduled. TODAY'} GAMES ChUauo (Wynn 69) at Baltimore (Roberts 7-6), night Cleveland (Perry 9-9) at Detroit (Sunning 12-8), nlghl Washington Slcnhouse 10-8) at Minnesota (Ktohck B-6), night Boston (Wilson 10-i) i>! Kansas Cily (Fischer 44), nlghl Hew York (Stotlord 10-7) at Los Angeles (Bclinsky 86), nlghl WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Cleveland at Of (roil Chicago Ot Baltimore, night Washington at Minnesota, night Boston at Kansas Cily, night Nc :i York at Lot Angeles, night HOW MUCH CAN YOU USE? C»h You Qtt $350 500 750 1000 1200 .Monthly Payminti For 10Mo7 S53.;i:i 2000 88.89 ' 24 Mo." $18.2.') 2U.04 8SKOI) f>2.08 02.50 104.16 18 Mo. $22.88 82.68 49.02 65.36 78.44 130.72 2016 EAST BROAD STREET ED TAUSSIG FORD'S NEW LOCATION Compare Prices—Taussig's will be Lower! Much Lower! Clarence »»(! Front Slri-el 2016 tast Hroad HE 6-U5J1 486-U645 More people every day BORROW this pleasant way- If your budget is out of balance, call on Commercial Credit Plan.* Our personal loan service is fast, friendly and convenient. That's why thousands of families prefer to use Commercial Credit Plan ... why more people every day borrow this pleasant way. 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