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UNDER AND IN — Pittsburgh's Roberto Clemente slides in underneath falling New York Mets' catcher Joe Pignatano to score in the ninth inning of the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader at the Polo Grounds. Clemente had walked to fill the bases and came all the way around to score when Met shortstop Felix Mantilla threw Jim Marshall's grounder over the head of first baseman Marv Throneberry. The three-run error gave the Pirates the runs they needed to take an 8-6 victory. (AP Wirephoto). rf Vlrdon cf Groat ss Skinner If Burgess c cGoss Leppcrt c Clements .. C-and'on Ib dMarsh'l Ib Hoak 3b AA'zcr'skl 2b Gibbon p Francis p Lamabe p bScholield Olivo p Face p Totals NATIONAL BOXES New Qf/ eOnS Wins ion Tournament (First game) PITTSBURGH NEW YORK ab r h bl ab r h bl 5012 Chrls'her rf 3111 6120 Neal ss 3110 3210 Mantilla 3b 5012 3011 Thomas If 5121 0100 Hlckman cf 2000 000 OoThr'b'y Ib 3010 4111 Her'cher Ib 1000 3110 Ashburn cf 3110 1101 Kanehl 2b 3000 4100 Plg'tano c 3111 3000 cWoodllng 1000 2000 Anderson p 3100 1 0 0 0 Craig p 0000 0000 Davlault p 0000 1000 1011 0000 37 8 8 i Totals 35 6 8 5 a—Fouled out for Hickmon In 9lh; b— Grounded out for Lamabe in 8th; c—Ran for Burpess In 9th; d—Safe on error for Clendcnon in 9th; e—Filed out for Pig- noiano In 9th. Pittsburgh 100 002 104-B New York 000105000-4 E—Hoak, Kanehl, Vlrdon, Clendonon, Manlllla. PO-A—Pittsburgh 27-11, New York 27-9. LOB—Pittsburgh 12, New York II. 2B—Groat 2, Clemente, Burgess. HR— Thomas. SB—Christopher. S—Neal. IP H R ERBBSO Gibbon 32311152 Francis 12-33 4 4 2 1 Lamabe 12-32 1 0 0 0 Oliva (W, 4-1) ... 1 20011 Face 1 00000 Anderson 81-3 76366 Craig (L, 7-20) .. 1-31 2 0 3 1 Daviaull 1-300000 HBP — By Anderson (Skinner). U — Walsh, Wcycr, Conlan, Burkhart. T—3:35. (Second gome) PITTSBURGH NEW YORK ab r h bl ab r h bl Virdon cf 4110 Chris her rl 4110 Groat ss 4100 Neal ss 5010 Skinner If 4000Manlllla 3b 5141 Clemente rf 0000 Thomas If 5010 Sluart Ib 4022 Hlckman ct M'zcr'ski 2b 4 0 0 OeThr'n'b'y Logan 3b 3110 Her'cher Ib Goss rf-lt 4010 Kanehl 2b Leppcrt c 4111 Can'zaro c Haddlx p 3011 aWoodling Face p 0000 Davinull p cPlg'lono c Moorhead p bColeman c . R.G.Miller p 0 0 0 0 dAshburn 1110 Tola!) 34 4 7 4 Totals 38 5 12 i a—Struck out for Cannlzzaro In 6th; b—Struck out for Moorheod In Ath; c— Grounded out for Davlault In 8th; d— Singled for R. G. Miller In 91h; e-Hit home run for Hlckman In 9th. IP H Jackson 6 1-3 10 Dullba o 0 Shantz 2-3 0 Fcr'ese (L, 1-4) 22-3 4 Lcmaster 62-3 8 Burdette 2-3 4 Raymond (W, 5-2) 22-33 . . HBp_By Lcmaster (Jackson). WP— Dullba. U — Vargo, Crawford, Harvey, Barllck. T-2:35. A-1U45. ER 4 0 0 1 2 2 1 BBSO 2 1 1 1 4 0 1 3 0 0 1 5 0 2 HOUSTON (Twilight Game) PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl ab r h bl Warwick cf A 1 2 2 Taylor 2b 3"l"(f6 Temple 2b 4021 Klaus 3b 4210 Larker Ib 4 0 0 0 Callison rf 2100 Aspr'nte 3b 4000Slevers Ib 3022 Me|ias rt 3000 bGonjalez 0000 Pendleton If 4 0 1 0 Torre Ib 0000 H.Smith c 4000 Covingt'n If 4000 Hartman ss 2110 cSava'ge If 0000 Bruce p 1110 Demeier cf 2111 oSpanpler 1000 D'rymple c 4 0 1 0 Kom'rcr p 0000 Amaro ss 3011 Umbricht p 0 0 0 0 Mahoffey p 3000 Totals 31 3 7 3 Totals 28 5 6 4 a—Popped out for Bruce in 7(h; b—Ran lor Sicvcrs In 7th; c—Ran for Covinqlon In 7th, H?n S L° n , u, °° J 01() 000-3 Philadelphia 300 joo iox-s E— None. PO-A—Houston 2.(-7, Philadelphia 27-11. DP-Temple, Hartman nnrl Larker; Covlnglon, Amaro, Sivers nnd Amaro; Amaro, Taylor and Torre. LOB— Houston 4, Philadelphia 8. HELENA, Ark. (AP) - The i championship Louisiana team of (New Orleans downed Walnut j Ridge, Ark., 9-2 here Tuesday night to win the Region 4 American Legion baseball tournament. John Winters pitched no hit ball for the first six innings before giving up three singles and two triples. \ New Orleans, winner of the re- j gional tournament twice in the past three years, jumped to a six j run lead in the first two innings. i Losing pitcher Bill Baxter walked . four and gave up one hit in the i first. In the second frame the Lou- I isiana team earned four runs on Bruce <!., 781.T ? * Kemmerer 1.3 j i Umbricht ] ?-3 | rj Mahaffey (W,17-10) 9 73 HBP-By Bruce (Slevers). .; /, a 1 0 ft 000 335 U—Pryor, u i 3110! 1113 4010 3011 2000 1000 0000 1000 2000 1000 Donalelli, 'Sccory, VenzonT t—2:32. HOUSTON 9 PHILADELPHIA ab r h bi ab r h hi Warwick It 5222Taylor2b 5020 4010 Klaus 3b 5021 Callison rf 402 0 Slevers Ib 4000 Covln'ton If 4000 aSavagc If 4111 Demeter cf Lillis 2b Lorker Ib Aspr'nte 3b Me|las rf Heist cf Campbell c Hortman ss Golden p S 2 1 0 4241 4222 3021 1100 4011 Pittsburgh 210000100-4 New York 000100004—5 E—None. PO-A—Pittsburgh 26-8 out when winning run scored). New York 27-10. DP—Moorhead, Kanehl and Hcrr- icher. LOB—Pittsburgh 4, New York 10. 2B—Herrscher. HR—Leppcrt, Throneberry. SB—Goss. IP H R ER BBSO Haddlx 8 10 3 3 3 9 Face (L, 8-5) .... 2-322201 Moorhead 6 63214 Daviault 2 I 1 1 0 1 R.G.MIIIer (W, 2-1) 1 00001 PB—Cannlzzaro. U—Walsh, Weyer, Con- Ian, Burkhart. T—2:37. A-4,184. CINCINNATI CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r It bi Cardenas ss 5130 Landrum cl 3000 Keough If 4122 AHubbs 2b 4000 Pinson cf 4000Wllllams II 4010 Robinson rf 4010 Banks Ib 4000 Coleman Ib 4020Allman rf 4000 Edwards c 4000 Sanlo 3b 3000 Freese 3b 3000 Rodgers ss 3020 Henry p 0000 Bertell c 3000 Zimmer 2-3b 3 0 1 0 Cardwell p 2010 Maloney p 3000 bHIII 0000 nl.ynch OOOOcBrock 0000 BlaVnme 2b 0 0 0 OEIston p 0000 Totall 34 2 9 2 Totals 30 0 4 0 a—walked for Maloney In 9lh; h— Walked for Cardwell In 8lh; c—ran for Hill In 8th. Cincinnati ooo 000 020—2 Chicago 000 000 000—0 E—none. PO-A—Clnclnnall 27-9, Chicago 27-12. DP—Rodgers, Hubbs and Banks; Zimmer, Blaslngame and Coleman. LOB— Cincinnati 8, Chicago 5. 2B—Cardenas, Rodgers, Coleman, Zlm- mer. HR—Keouah. IP H R ERBBSO Maloney (W, 8-4) .8 30029 Henry ,.l 10000 Cardwell (L, 6-12) .8 82225 Elston 1 10010 U—Boggess, Landes, Stelner. T—2:42. A—9,617. 2000 Dalrymple c 4 0 i i f 100 0 Wine ss Tlefenauer p 0 0 0 0 Hamilton p bPendleton 1000 Umbricht p 0000 cGoodman 1110 Totals 35 4 9 4 Totals 37 7 14 6 ' a—Ran for Covlngton In 5th; b—Filed i put lor Tiefenauer in 6th; c—Singled for! Umbricht In 9lh. Houston ooo on oa?_ t Philadelphia 200M1 00x^7 I h?~n-?2 e -r. PO ' A - Houston u ' b > Philadelphia 27-9. DP-Llllis, Hartman and Lar-1 ker. LOB—Houston 9, Philadelphia 7 i 2B-Warwlck, Larker. HR-Calllson, Sie- <lwp i Hson Campbc "' Worwlc *. SB-Klaus, Cal- j IP H R ER BBSO \ Dupas Wins By Decision Over Watson I BEAUMONT, Tex. (AP)-Ralph | Dupas of New Orleans, ranked jNo. 2 among welterweights, took unanimous 10-round decision two walks, a hit batsman, a single and fielders choice. The winning squad will go to Bismarck, N.D., Aug. 30 for the eight-team national tournament. The Louisianans lost earlier to Walnut Ridge but retaliated Monday 3-1 in a tightly pitched game, earning a shot at the tourney title in the double elimination event. The tournament opened Thursday with championship teams from Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas and Tennessee entered. Walnut Ridge, with its 42-3 season record, was favored to win the tournament and a trip to the national. ^Jackson, Miss., defending champion in the regional tourney, was the first team to be dropped to competition. They were eliminated by Austin, Tex., Friday after losing to Memphis, Tenn., the day before. 3000 °\'cr Henry Watson of Dallas Tues- 4010 day night in his first step up the ! comeback trail. Dupas weighed 148 and Watson 145. It was the first bout for the Golden (L, S-ll)... 41-39 6 Tlefenauer 2-3 2 0 Umbricht 3 3 i Hamilton (W, 7-11) 9 94 HBP-By Hamilton (Hartman) atelll, Secory, Vcnion, Pryor A—5,489. New Orleans boxer since welterweight champion Emile Griffith beat him by a decision a month ago in Las Vegas. Dupas, in command all the way, n 'Sht. Ponchatoula Plays Cheyenne Tonight In Wichita Meet WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Milwaukee, Wis., bunched seven hits in the first and third innings and defeated favored Hollandale, Miss., 7-4 in the national non-pro baseball tournament Tuesday — I — «|^w..j , ««* »»V/1 JL4111411V.* fc**i 11 Hi >YQ V | i I suffered a half-inch cut over his U—Don- T-2:15. right eye in the second round but year. ST. LOUIS MILWAUKEE ab r h bl ab r h bi Javier 2b 6030 Samuel ss 6110 cf 5011 Bell If 4141 91000 Johnson If 2010 3000 Maye cf 6021 1110 H.Aaron rf 2110 S 0 1 0 Crandall c 5111 2010 Boiling 2b 4010 5231 T.Aoron Ib 4121 5123 Aspr'nte 3b 5000 2110 Lemaster p 3 0 0 0 1010 Burdetle p 1000 0000 Raymond p 0000 0000 fTorro 1010 1000 gMathews 0100 0000 2000 0000 0000 1010 1000 41 SIS S Flood .. Ferrares* , Muslal if aSmlth l-cf Bayer 3b While Ib James rf Oliver c-lf Maxvlll ss bWhitfleld dGlbson Mlnoso If eSawalskl Schaffcr c Jackson p Dullba p Shanlz p cSc'nd'nst Golay 55 Total* for Muslal Tololi In 7th; 4 m b-Slngled for Maxvlll In 8th; -c-Singied for SrianU In »lh; d-Ran for Whltfleld In 8th; e~ Struck out for Mlnoso In J»h; f— Doubled {«"• Raymond In 10th; p-Ran for Tor" in loth. ............. ooo 001499 1~< Javier. PO-A-St. Louis 29. (Two out when winning run scored), Milwaukee 39-17. DP-Golay, jgvle? and White; Samuel, Boiling and T. Aaron; Pre ' Sa ffiT el «? d T ' Aaron LOB Milwaukee 13. r s ml f l \; Bel1 ' $amuel - Cro "Aaron *' 8B ~ John « n - HR-Ollver, T. LITTLE LEAQUE Little League World Series First Round ,. Brldgeton, N.J., 7, Somervllle, Mass. 5 it didn't bother him. There were no knockdowns. A capacity crowd of 1,400 saw the fight at the Beaumont Sporta- toriuni. Dupas said he wants to fight at least every three weeks and hopes for another shot at Griffith later this year. He plans to leave Sept. 1 for London, where he is scheduled to meet an unnamed opponent Sept. 11. MAJOR LEAGUE standingi Los Angeles San Francisco Clnclnnall Pittsburgh St. Louis ... Milwaukee Philadelphia Chicago .... Houston New York .. NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Behind , 82 78 77 72 69 61 44 47 49 53 56 59 68 79 80 95 . 651 624 , m .576 .552 .535 .473 .373 .360 .246 5 9','v 12W 14Vj 22'/ 2 35 36Vj 51 45 31 TUESDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 2, Chicago 0 Pittsburgh 8-4, New York 6S Philadelphia 5-7, Houston 3-4, twl-nlght Milwaukee 6, St. Louis 5, 10 Innings, night Only games scheduled TODAY'S GAMES Clnclnnall (O'Toole 13-13) at Chicago (Ellsworth 6-17) Los Angeles (Richer! 22) at Philadelphia (Short 7-7), night San Francisco (Marlchal 159) at New York (Hunter 1-5), night St. Louis (Washburn 10-6) at Milwaukee (Show 13-11), night Houston (Johnson 6-13) at Pittsburgh (Sturdlvant 5-3), night THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE San Francisco at New York Cincinnati at Chicago St. Louis gt Milwaukee Los Angeles at Philadelphia Houston at Pittsburgh AMERICAN LEAGUE .. , Won Lost Pet. Behind New York ...... 75 49 .605 — Los Angeles .... 71 55 .563 S Minncsola ..... 72 56 .563 5 Chicono ....... 65 62 .512 llV't Detroit ........ « 62 .500 13 Baltimore ..... 61 63 492 14 Cleveland ...... 59 66 .472 16Vj Boston ........ 59 67 .468 17 Kansas City ..... 58 69 .457 18'-j Washington ... 46 79 .368 29'A TUESDAY'S RESULTS New York 11, Los Angeles 4, 10 Innings, night Balllniore 9, Chicago 1, night Detroit 10, Cleveland 1, night Minnesota 5, Washington 2, night Boston II, Kansas City 6, night TODAY'S GAMES Cleveland (Donovan 15-7) at Detroit (Kline 3-5) Chicago (Buihardl 710) at Baltimore (Pappas 11-8) nlqht Boslon (Conley ll-ll) at Kansas CUy (Drabowsky 00) night 4 ' ot L ° at Mimiesota THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE Cleveland at Detroit Boston at Kansaj city New York ot Los Angeles Washington at Minnesota, night Only games scheduled Hollandale finished third last; Tonight, defending champion Ponchatoula, La., plays its first game, going against Cheyenne, Wyo. 2016 EAST BROAD STREET ED TAUSSIG FORD'S NEW LOCATION Compare Prices—Taussig's will be Lower! 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Its August, the defending champion Reds have pulled to within five games of National League leading Los Angeles and are only 1'i back of second-place San Francisco. One of the major reasons—Jim Maloney. A 22-year-old right-hander who started in the Cincinnati organization as a shortstop, Maloney continued his fine hurling Tuesday with a four-hit job whUe Marty Keoughs two-run inside-the-park homer provided the support for a 2-0 triumph over the Chicago Cubs. It was the fourth consecutive triumph for Maloney, who has solved Hutch's pitching problem by joining Bob Purkey (19-4), Joey Jay (MO) and Jim OToola (13-13) as the Reds big four. Maloney now is 8-4 and has allowed only six runs in his last four starts—an amazing .164 earned run average. Keough, meanwhile, took over where the Reds big hitters- Frank Robinson, Vada Pinson and Gordie Coleman — failed against Don Cardwell. The 28- year-old utilityman, acquired from Washington and hitting at a .288 clip, stroked the game-winner in the eighth inning after a single by Leo Cardenas. The triumph was the Reds 14th in the last 17 games and moved them another step closer to the Dodgers and Giants, both idle Tuesday. In other action, Milwaukee edged St. Louis 6-5 in 10 innings, Pittsburgh extended New Yorks losing streak to 13 games with an 8-6 triumph in the opener of a doubleheader before the Mets came back to win 5-4. Art Mahaffey got Philadelphia off to a sweep over Houston with a 5-3 first game triumph for his 17th victory before the Phils made it 15 in a row without a loss over the Colts by winning the nightcap Maloney and Cardwell, who had compiled a string of 17 straight scoreless innings, were locked in a shutout duel until the eighth. Cardenas started things with his third hit of the game. Keough drove the third pitch to right Mood Different But Goal Is Same for Cincinnati we're not going to finish sixth. But we still have a chance for the pennant. Hutchinson isn't a bit worried about his pitching corps, anchored by Bob Purkey (19-4), Joey Jay (18-10) and Jim O'Toole (13-13) and receiving splendid help recently from Maloney (84) and Joe CHICAGO (AP)-Only the mood is different this season with the Cincinnati Reds. The objective is the same as last year—the National League pennant. Spirit, desire, breaks, good pitching and the big bat of Frank Robinson carried them to the title In 1961. But not until they actually clinched were the skeptics willing to concede. Then came the disastrous World Series which the New York Yankees won, 4-1, and such murmurs as "lucky" and "cheese champs" were heard. In fact, the Reds were picked by many to finish as low as sixth this year. The Reds will be the first to admit they have a long haul in a short period of time if they are to successfully defend their National League title. And they are the last to admit they are out of the race although they are in third place.Vive games behind the league-leading Los Angeles Dodgers. "There's still a month and a! , Hl j tch » nS0 "' "^ GVery ^ tle "™ of the National League record of 16 by Ralph Kincr in 1949 and four short of the major league mark of 18 by Rudy York in 1937. "I'm not thinking about any records," said Robinson, "although you reporters won't let anyone forget. Certainly I'm aware of it. But it isn't that im- Nuxhall (3-0). He is worried about i pwtant. Remember, we have his hitting despite Robinson's ! title to defend, great year. "Robby can't do it alone," said Hutchinson. "He needs help especially from Vada Pinson and Gordy Coleman. And maybe a couple of others." Pinson, 50 points below his 1961 pace, has a .292 average with 19 home runs and 72 runs batted in. Coleman has 25 home runs and . nmnnt , ,, 72 RBIs but is batting .265. , V '™ Pn ™ " Gene Freese, who broke his ay - night ' ankle in spring training and made a New Sunlight Wins in 6th New Sunlight pushed acrossl a . n nth-inning homer to win the field. George Altman tried for a shoestring catch and failed, tha ball rolling to the wa?I as tha runners raced home. That was it. The Cards tied it in the ninth on a run-prodacing bloop sfngla by Charlie James, but the Braves came up with the winner in tha 10th on a double by pinch hitter Joe Torre and a two-out single by Lee Maye. Lake Charles Is in Regional Softball Meet Lake Charles and seven other teams have been named official entries for the southwest regional softball tournament at Oklahoma City Labor Day weekend. Besides Lake Charles, Louisiana qualified two other teams. New Orleans enters as a metropolitan squad, while Opelousas is the defending regional champion. Other teams in the tournament will be Nashvile, Tennessee; host Oklahoma City, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Mississippi. Lake Charles won the 1962 state championship with some sterling pitching performances and lusty home-run hitting. A. J. LaRocca won three games in a row and did not suffer a defeat in the meet at Alexandria. Bobby Spell relieved LaRocca in the crucial championship contest and got credit for the victory. Home-runs played an important part in manager Lee Scalisi'3 drive to the title. George Blum hit inning Heart 5-4 and cap- place in the Roy Little League Tues- run, pinned the his first start against Los Angele ™*° * an «™. ^^ de- Monday, is a question mark. feat °" Sacred Heart ace Kenneth "You can't expect him to come in cold and pick up the club," said half to go," said Manager Fred Hutchinson Tuesday after his club defeated the Chicago Cubs, 2-0 ' helps." Robinson, last year's most valuable player, will probably exceed uucaicu me cmcaeo UUDS 2-0 \- if- • * ""-"-" on Marty Keough's two-run ii 111 ^ 1 , 1 " every important depart- • J .. ** - . ° *•»* W 1 Ull, 111 | tr)on f. ihtc, ,„,«.. T „„*• „ I. _ side-the-park homer which backed some nifty pitching by Jim Maloney. 'Remember Hutchinson. picked us to ( this spring," said 'A lot of people finish sixth. Well, ment this year. Last season he! finished with 37 home runs. 124 i RBIs and a .323 average. Currently, he has 33 home runs, 115 RBIs and a .344 average. In addition, Robby has 14 home rims this month. That's two short 3rdHR 3 Guillory, who had given up his first earned run of the season in the first frame. Guillory made amends in the third inning, however, when he lashed an inside-the-park homer with the bases loaded. The two the game tied with New Sunlight 200003—5 4 5 Sacred Heart 004000—4 6 2 Joseph Miller, James Outley (3) and Arthur Thompson; Kenneth Guillory and Pnrfcer Gulelry. W—Outley. iR ~ Crcd Heorh Kenncm by Bill Stevens, Mike Yennis and Corky Lockhart won the second title. Stevens was the slugging star, blasting four homers and driving in the winning runs in two contests. O'Neil Gauthier hit two, two-run homers in the first game against MMM. Yennie was the leading hitter of the tournament, banging out 10 safeties. Yennie got four hits in two separate games and in the finals collected more safeties than the entire MMM team. Lake Charles plans to leave for Oklahoma City Thursday, August 30th. The double-elimination tournament will feature all night games with the winner qualifying for the world tournament at Stratford, Conn, SHOP AT Your Convenient B.F.Goodrich Store HE 6-2555 WHITEWALLS! BLACKWALLS! NEW TREADS 7 70 • ; ILKE : e -*-^ TRUCK TIRES << 70

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