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t4 22, 1962, Loka CHartes American Press NY No Help to Upset Stomach ALL DOUBLED UP — Chicago Cubs third baseman Ron Santo goes head-over-heels in a spill as he makes an unsuccessful try to get Leo Cardenas' double down ihe third base line in the fifth inning of Tuesday's game with the Cincinnati Reds at Chicago. Cincinnati, won 2-0, to stay in the thick of the National League pennant race. (AP Wirephoto). But Will Try Again for Record By The Associated Pres* Bill Rigney's disorderly stomach was doing the Mt Vesuvius twist today to the accompaniment of 76 trombones. That, at least, should be the state of Rigney's harassed internal system after the beating h i s Los Angeles Angels took from the New York Yankees Tuesday night. The Angels' manager, just out of the hospital for treatment of a stomach disorder, watched his scrappy club tie the powerful Yankees in the ninth, then had to witness a seven-run explosion in the 10th inning that gave the front-runners an 11-4 victory. Rigney suffered a soft jolt when Bill Skowron drove in the tie breaker. Two severe quakes followed on run-producing hits by Tony Kubek and Clete Boyer. Roger Marls' grand slam homer ;ot the twist music going. The victory in the opener of j the key three-game series boosted 1 the Yankees lead to five games over the Angels and the Minnesota Twins, who moved into a tie for the runner-up spot by defeating Washington 5-2 on the combined four-hit pitching of Jack Kralick and Ray Moore. Elsewhere in the AL. Detroit belted Cleveland 10-1 while Jim Bunning hurled a four-hitter, Robin Roberts pitched Baltimore to a 9-1 triumph over the Chicago White Sox and Boston walloped Kansas City 11-6. A pair of bases-empty homers by Lee Thomas were the big blows as the Angels pulled out to a 3-1 lead over the Yankees after five innings. A two-run shot by Elston Howard in the sixth tied it. The Yanks moved out front in the seventh, but the Angels j battled back to throw it into extra j innings on a walk and singles by Billy Moraii and Leon Wagner in the ninth inning. The deluge followed, making Bud Daley the winner "and former Yankee Ryne Duren the loser. Kralick had the Senators blanked on two hits until the eighth inning when a two-run single by Don Lock brought on Moore, who struck out Jim King to end the uprising. The Twins jumped on Dave Stenhouse in the fifth when singles by Bernie Allen and Zoilo Versalles, Kralick's sacrifice and Lenny Green's single got two runs across. Bunning was backed by a 14-hit attack while allowing the Indians only run on a first inning homer by Al Luplow. The Tigers moved out front in their half of the first with Dick McAuliffe's two-run single the key blow of a four-run rally. McAuliffe had four singles for the night and drove in three runs. Roberts limited the White Sox to seven hits and didn't allow a run until Floyd Robinson homered in the ninth. The Orioles did their damage early against Early Wynn who was seeking the 299th vie- jtory of his career. Wynn forced , in a run with a bases-loaded walk in the first inning, then was tagged for a grand slam by Jolm (Boog) Powell. Roberts' triumph was the 242nd of his career. Carl Yastrzemski paced a 15- hit Red Sox offensive that overwhelmed the Athletics and Bill Fischer. The Boston outfielder drove in five runs with a homer, double and single, contributing his two-bagger to a three-run first inning that started the Red Sox off. Norm Siebern hit two homers for the A's, each time connecting with a mate aboard to raise his league-leading runs batted in total to 95. PI AM'IS HFLSINKI. Finland 'APt-Lit- tle Jim Beatty admitted today he was disappointed at not breaking the world mile record but cheerfully pointed out that he'd have other opportunities. The barrel-chested insurance >gent from Los Angeles, blasted ii'ime in 3:56.3 in a race Tuesday —less- than two seconds off the •.<or!d mark, and the fastest ever run by an American. "It was a little disappointing to I come so close," said Beatly. "But; there are other races and maybe | I'll do it yet. I certainly am com-; ing closer and closer." Last Saturday in London's White City Stadium, the 5-6 Beatty hit j the tape in 3:56.5. That stood as! the American Citizen's record for just three days. [ The world record is 3:54.4 held j by New Zealand's Peter Snell.> AMERICAN BOXES NEW YORK LOS Moris rl Mantle cf Howard c Skowron 'b KuhcK ss Boyer 3b Stafford p Bouton p Daley p 5000 J 0 1 0 4011 3010 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 1010 « 4 13 4 b—Ran _— ANGELES ab r h bl ab r h bi Trcsh If 5000 Pearson cf 6110 Pich'son 2b 5221 Moron 2b 5010 4114 L.Thomas lb i 1 2 2 •i 2 0 J Wagner If 5021 5 2 2.2 Rodqcrs c 5130 5121 Torres 3b 5111 G.Thomas rl 4221 Fregosi ss 200 OBelinsky p 000 OOsInski p 1 0 0 OaBurgess bSodowskl Duron p Spring p cAverill Totals 4011 1011 Totals a—/,'alk?d for Oslnski in 9th; u—nan for Bu-gess in 9th; c—Singled for Spring in 10th. New York TOO OOJ 100 7—11 Los Angeles 000 210 001 0— 4 E—.V.cr-n. PO-A—Mew York 30-12, Los /n-jeics 30-14. DP—Richardson, Kubek ond Sfcowron. LOB—New York 8, Los Angeles IB—Boyer. HR—L. Thomas 2, Howard, Moris. S—Boufon. IP Stafford 4 2-3 Bouton 32-3 Daley (W, 6-3) ... 1 2-3 Bei n;ky 8 j.j Osinskl 2-3 xDuren (L, 2-9) .. 0 Spring 1 X—Faced three men In ...... Stevens, Klnnamon. T—3:32. A—50,830. CLEVELAND DETROIT obrhbl abrhblj Clme cf 4000 F'nandez ss S 0 1 0 ' Luplow If 2121 Bruton ct 5120 Francona lb 4000 Kaline rf 4 2 3 1 ' i 4010 Colavifo If 4210 "000 Cash 1b 1101 o—Struck out for Joyce In Sin; b— Fouled out for Tiefenthaler In Bin. Chicago 000 000 001-1 Baltimore 500 210 lOx—9 E—A. Smith. PO-A—Chicago 24-8, Baltimore 27-7. DP—Fox, Aparicio and Cunningham; Hansen, Adair ond Gentile. LOB—Chicago 6, Baltimore 7. 2B—Adair, Snydcr, B. Robinson, Fox. HR—Powell, F. Robinson. S—Roberts IP H R ER BB SO Wynn (L, 6-10) ... 1-3 3 5 5 J 0 Joyce 32-34 2 2 0 0 Tiefenthaler .... 3 3 2 2 4 0 Lown 1 o 0 0 0 1 Roberts (W, 8-6) 9 71)15 U—Hurley, Flaherty, Runoe, Corrirjan T—2:09. A—9,632. BOSTON Beatty must chop just one and nine-tenths seconds off his time to equal the world mark. "I knew I had a chance at it," said Bealty. 'But I probably started to kick too late." Two others in the race bettered four minutes—Jim Grelle of Portland, Ore., who hit the tape in 3:58.8 and Olavi Salonen of Finland in 3:59.1. Ron Morris of Los Angeles, the United States national champion, cleared 16 feet 1 inch in the pole vault to equal his best performance and beat world record holder Peniti Nikula of Finland. Nikula could do no better than 15-8. i He has a 16-2^ vault awaiting recognition. AFL Maturity Starts to Show ER BB SO Kirklcnd Ed varfls Held is •1010 McAullfft 2'j S 2 4 3 4000 Boros 3b 3112 3000 Brown r 4022 Pen v r> 1000 Bunninq o 4100 aKuD,'.:,n 1000 Tyriver B 0000 Dailey p 1000 Total-, 31141 Total! 3J1014 t a—Stru'k out lor Perry in 5th. Cleveland 100000000—1 Dstroil 400 123 OOx—10 •>, it l? dal1 ' Ll) P low ' PO-A—Cleveland 24-15, Detroit 27-5, DP-Phillips, Klndoll "ind Francona. LOB—Cleveland 6, De- ?B--Hcld. Colavito. HR-Luplc«, Boroi. IP H R ER BB SO •:rry (L, 9-10)... 47- 'yrivcr 1136 22-31 9 4 KANSAS CITY ab r h bi ab r h bl Geiger c! 5210 DelGreco cl 5010 Bressoud ss 4330 Charles 3b 4100 Y'trzeski !r 5235 Lumpe 2b 4110 Clinton rf 5100 Siebern lb 4334 Runnels lb 5232 Jimenez If 4000 Malione 3b 51)0 Aluslk rf 4)20 Nixon c 5022 Causey ss 3021 Schilling 2b 5021 Bryan c 4001 Wilson p 5000 Fischer p 1000 Earley p 0000 aTartabull 1000 Pfister p 0000 hCimoll 1000 Walker p 0 0 0 0 cJohnson 0000 Williams p 0000 Totals 44 11 15 10 Total* 35 i 9 t a—Grounded out for Fischer In 4th; b-HIt Into double ploy for Pfister in 6th; c—Walked for Walker In 8th. Boston 310 310 210—11 Kansas City MO 000 022— 6 E-Bryan, Causey. PO-A—Boston 27-11, Kansas City 27-9. DP—Bressoud, Schilling and Runnels. LOB—Boston 7, Kansas City 10. 2B—Yastrzemski, Runnels, Nixon. Alu- slk 2, Siebern, Schilling, Bressoud 'l. 3B— Bressoud, Gelger, Nixon. HR — Siebern, Yastrzemski. SB—Yastrzemski, Gelger IP H R Wilson (W, 11-5) ,.8 1-3 9 6 Earley 2-3 0 0 Fischer (L, 4-5) ..4 8 7 , Pfister 2 2 1 Walker 2 5 3 Williams i o 0 HPB—by Wilson (Charles), by Fischer Bressoud). WP—Walker. PB—Bryan (2). U — Chylak, Umont, Stewart, McKlnley. T-2:49. A-6,551. ER BBSO 6 (, 6 0 1 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 Giant-Killer Goes Into Tennis Finals BATON ROUGE (API-Unheralded John McDonald of Laurel, Miss., who has earned a reputation as a "giant-killer," goes into the finals today in the 12 and under class of the Gulf States tennis tournament. McDonald, who is unseeded, Tuesday upset second-seeded Jim Shelton of Baton Rouge, 7-5, 6-2. Then, he breezed past fourth- seeded Mac Pigman of New Orleans in a semifinals match 6-0, 6-2. Mcdonald takes the court : against top-seeded Max Begue of New Orleans in the finals. In another upset, Carol Hughes of Tuscaloosa, Ala., outlasted i Kay Walls of New Orleans in girls 18 and under division, 6-2, 5-7, 6-1. Top-seeded Elizabeth (Putsy) Trice downed Kay Cummings of New Orleans 6-1, 6-1, in junior girls. By The Associated Press The American Football League's maturity is beginning to j show, and it is costing some of its once-established veterans their | jobs. i AH AFL teams had to pare jdown to 43 players Tuesday and ithe league's coaches, four of | whom are new in their jobs, dis- 1 carded a player's experience as a ' prime requisite for keeping a job. i Such hasn't been the case the I past two years when the AFL al- iinost desperately sought any play| er who had pro experience. With some good luck in the last college player draft, and in signing free agents, the talent quotient in the new loop is beginning to rise. Oakland, which won only two games a year ago, cut 2-year veteran Tom Louderback, a line, hacker, Willie vSmith, a starling guard a year ago, and tackle Al Bansavage, a reserve linebacker last year. The Raiders also placed End Bob Coolbaugh and rookie linebacker Joel Walenta on the injured reserve list Coolbaugh has a broken leg and Walenta a cracked rib. The New York Tiants, another of the AFL's weaker clubs, cut linebacker Ted Greene, defensive end Paul Miller and defensive halfback Johnny Bookman. Greene and Miller were obtained from Dallas in a trade and all ('three had seen service last year. Defensive end Gary Wisener, a 2-year pro veteran, was released by Houston, as was 4-year veteran Opie Bandy. The Boston Patriots cut veteran lineman John Simerson. He has been hampered by a knee injury since last season and was one of five cut Tuesday by Coach Mike Holovak. The others were defensive back John Parrinello, halfbacks Clarence Mason and Don Christman and tackle Tom Chandler. In the National Football League the Los Angeles Rams also found themselves talent-rich in linemen, something they've been needing for the past five years. Four of their first five draft choices were linemen in the past college draft, ; and they signed all four. j With a marked improvement in i Ihe offensive and defensive lines in two exhibition victories, Los | Angeles dealt John Cornell, Iheir 'No. 3 draft choice from Rice, to the Dallas Cowboys for an undisclosed draft choice. The San Francisco 49ers also dealt rookie offensive ends John Burrell of Rice and Dan Coffey of Memphis State to Pittsburgh, also for an undisclosed draft choice. The Detroit Lions cut rookies Jim Davidson of Maryland, a back, and Karl Anderson of Bowling Green, an offensive tackle. 5440 5 4 :< o 0001 1 1 2 4 by Bunnin-j aHicks cl Collier 2b H'nton rt Br,.]-il lb Lot -, II Jol—>son 3b b.fnty p Sclr-.idt c B" man is dZip'el 3i.'-in ng (iV, 13-6) HBi'-By Dailey (Cash), 1-$™''*-**$: p °P<"-<"">. 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