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THE RACINE JOURNALTIMES SECTION THREE JULY 26, 1959 Pro-Am Today Opens Golf Show Here Unearned Runs Help Cards Beat Dodgers 4-2 LOS ANGELES—(/P)—Catcher Johnny Roseboro gave St. Louis three unearned runs with three errors Saturday night and the Cardinals defeated Los Angeles 4-2 in 10 innings before 48 ,69L Don Blaslngame, leading off the 10th for St. Louis, hit a slow roller in front of the plate, Roseboro fielded the ball and threw it into right field. Blas­ lngame moving to second. Bill White's triple scored Blasln­ game with the tie-breaking run and White scored when Roseboro fumbled the ball at home after pitcher Clem Labine fielded Ken Boyer's grounded and threw to the plate. Joe Cunningham had pulled the Cardinals into a 2-2 tie in the eighth with a bases empty homer. It was his fourth this year. The Cards got their first run in the fifth, when Hal Smith singled, moved to third on a throwing error by Roseboro and scored on Blasingame's single. Los Angeles got both its runs In the first inning. Duke Snider drove in one with a single and the other scored on an infield out. Roseboro's Gift •t. Laul»—4 Loi Aniclct AB R H B'lnfktnf,ab 5 1 3 ( C'h«m.r{-It Wh!te,lf-lb Ba)r*r,3b Clmoll,cf-rt Mualal.lb e-Ploor,cf Qrammaa.ia •-Bhan'n.as H. Smlth .e Jackaon.p b-OUv«r McDanlel.p Totkli 41 « • ainikm,3b Neal.ab Moon.If Snlder.cf Lnrker.lb Falrly.rf Roscboro.c Zlmmcr.as Wllls.aa d-RepuIskt Cralg.p Labine,p e-Demcter Toiala -5 AB R H 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3i a 6 a-Singled for Orammaa In 7th; b-Dou- bled for Jackaon In 7th', c-ran (or Muslal In tOth; d-8truck out for Wlllii In 10th; t-Orounded out for Labine In lOtb. Bt Loula 000 010 010 8—4 Lo» Angelet 200 000 000 0—J E—Craig, Roaeboro 3. FO-A—St. Loula 30-lS, Lot Anielci 30-l<. DP—Ncal, WlUla and Larker. loB-8t. Louis Los An- •6lai 6. RBI—Blaslngame, Cunningham, White, Snider, Larker. JB—Fairly. Oliver, Roseboro. SB—Neal, White. HR-Cunnlngham. IP H R ERBB80 jackion 8 i a a a McDanlel (W, I-IO) 4 3 0 0 0 craif (L, 5-2) ....«'/>» 4 1 1 Labtn* 0 0 0 a U—Boucst, Budol, Landea. T—a:U. A— 31,101 (4<,091 including non-paid). Three Beat Par, Fredericli in Ace -AP Wlrcphoto HARD LUCK KID — Bill Skowron, Yankee first baseman, certainly qualifies for "hard luck player of 1959" honors without much competition. Skowron, back in lineup for first time since July 11, entered Saturday's game as a pinch hitter in ninth and remained to play first base. In bottom half of inning he suffered broken wrist in collision with Coot' Veal, Detroit shortstop. Doctors estimate he will be out of lineup about three weeks this time. AMERICAN LEAQUB W. L. Chicago 89 Cleveland 54 nnltlmora 48 Now York 411 Detroit . 47 Kanatt City 45 Washington 43 Boston 40 Reaulta ilatnr«ar 202 Amateurs Await Monday Tourney Start State Amateur Golf Tee Times Pet. OB .515 — .551 .500 I .500 « .450 10 .470 10 .463 laVi .430 15 Kansaa City 3, Boaton 0 Nevr York B. Detroit t Cleveland 8. Waahlnglon 1, _ ^ Chicago 3, Baltimore i (17 Innings) Oamea Today New York at Detroit—Dltmsr (7-6) vs. Lary (ll-7i. 1:30 p.m. Washington at Cleveland (ai—Kemmer- er (5-101 and Griggs (2-61 vs. Ferry (52) and Locke (1-1), 13:30 p.m. Baltimore at Chicago (Jl-Portocarrero (l-.M and Papnas (10-5) vs. Wynn (12-8) and Lalman (3-3), 1:30 p.m. Boston at Kansas city—Brewer i7-7) vs. Herbert (B-7), 230 p.m. San Francisco Loa Angeles ... Milwaukee ..., Pittsburgh Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Philadelphia w. Reaults Saturday Bt. Louis 4, Loa Angeles a, Milwaukee 1, Pittsburgh 0 Chicago 5, Ban Pranclsco 3 Phlta(lelphla 8, Cincinnati S Pot. .567 .540 .527 .516 .500 .480 .442 .415 OB 5H 6 ',4 7\4 12 14'A Oanta T«4ay Philadelphia at Cincinnati (»)—Roberts (8-8) and Conley (8-8) vs. O'TooIa (3-3) and Newcombe UO-5), 1 p.m. Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (2)—Friend H-ia> and Witt /0-8) vs. Spahn (12-10) vs. Buhl (6>e), 1:30 p.m. St. Louis at Loa Angeles—Rlcketta (1- S) vs. Drysdsle (12-8), 4 p.m. Chicago at San Francisco — Anderson (6-7) vs, Mccormick (»-7). 3:30 p.m. How They're Hitting BRAVES AB R H ab 3b HR Rbl Ave. 376 67 138 35 4 22 7( .382 By Carm Papara The greatest golf show Racine has had in over 30 years begins with a pro-am event today at the Racine Country Club but the big stuff, the state amateur golf tournament, waits until Monday to be unveiled at RCC and Meadowbrook. Dick Sucher nailed down the amateur crown a year ago and the long-driving Ozaukee slammer is back in an effort to make it two in a row. Against him, though, are 201 other amateurs, including 34 from Racine. The field is loaded with threats, among them Bill Schaller, Bluemond; Steve Caravello, of Madison; young Marty Gharrity, a former Shawano High basketball standout as well as linksman; Bobby Brue, North Hills ace; Archie Dadian, Milwaukee, the state's No. 1 public links player, and — well, put your finger on any of 'em. Eeny, Meeny, Etc. Picking the 1959 state amateur champ from a crop of 202 is just like plucking a winner in the fifth at Arlington close your eyes and make a stab at the form sheet with a pin. Racine golfers have done well in past state amateurs, with seven titles, four of them by Wilford Wehrle, a pair by Mike Bencriscutto and the last one by Leif Larson, who turned the trick in 1955 against another Belletown s o c k e r, Steve Bull. Hoping to add an eighth championship for Racine arc Howard Holmdohl, Legs Meiss ner, Ron Eitel, Ken Christophersen, Bob Hagensick, Jack Nelson. Bob Silvei-, Bill Angel, Herb Keleske, Ray Boehm, Walter Luka, Ernie Postorino J. R, Hillman, Paul Ingrasci, Jack Dempsey, Harold Knuth, Tom Miller, Leroy May and George Else, all carrying the Meadowbrook colors. Start 8 A.M. Host Racine Country Club has entered George Gillett, Jr,; Beau Melik, the tournament chairman; Richard Brehm, Tom Carroll, Art Stoffel, Jr., Tom Modine, Bill Johnson, John Gittings, Richard Miller, Ken Olson. Mel Benstead, W. H. Keland and E. L. MacVicar and A hole in one and three sub- par rounds capped Saturday's links action as golfers tuned up for the State Amateur Meet in Racine this week. The ace came at Meadowbrook's 17th hole where Leonard Frederich of Racine sank a 155 yard tee shot, using a five iron. Frederich closed with an 86. Also at Meadowbrook, Legs Meissner toured the course in 71, one below par. At Racine Country Club, Dick Sucher of Ozaukee, defending amateur champion, stroked a two-below-par 70. Ray Goodsell of Racine also broke par with a 71 which was his all- time low score in the game. Beau Melik carded a par 72 at Racine CC for the only other honor score of the day. Crown Club Champs Bill Whaley, Bill Long and Dr. Louis Fazen Jr., were crowned as the champions in the Racine Country Club tournament Saturday. Whaley defeated George Gillett Jr„ 3 and 2 to cop the Class A title, Long turned back Vic Bunck 2 and 1 for the Class B crown and Dr. Fazen won the Class C event by downing Harold Greiveldinger 6 and 4. Other scores Saturday were: RaelA* Country Club—73 Bill Schaller (Blu* Mound Country Club); 76 Tom Modine; 77 Tom Johnaon. Dr. Richard Brehm. Dr. B. L. Mao Vlcsr; 7t Dr. J. O. Postorino. , Msadowbraok—73 Howie Holmdohl, LeRoy May, Ray Kuefler. Marshall Lee Jr., Ron Eltel; 75 Qeorg* Else, Paul Ingrasci, Bob Hagensick, Tom Miller; 78 Wally Luka, Bill Angel, Dr. B. J. Mehnke, Ray Kuefler; 71 Roy Hall. Don Xurten, Rev, C. v. Uhen, Milt Bwheyn. Jobnion Park—7S Tom Nielsen, Frank Romano; 74 John Salerno, Ivan Hiort- ness; 75'Bob Oeshay, Roy Reeaman, Herm Osterta «Tg; 76 Clarence Orey, Ray Ven- turln). Howard Oabbey; 77 W. Clemens, Larry Hlortness; 7* Tom Koetting, Btan Lftrfnta, Harry C. Larsen, Bill Dyes CUM ^im; 1* VrtDk Bull, «1U Bos Aaron Maye Lognn — Mathews . Adcock . Bruton . Covington Crandall Torre Vernon .. Pafko ... Avila Rice . .. Mantilla Roach ... Lonata Team battlng- pcrcentage, .304. 18 0 6 0 .371 34 18 13 .,368 73 112 7 . 184 34 53 8 . .288 48 82 15 ..300 30 85 14 . .338 38 84 11 .180 16 45 11 .. 68 8 17 3 ,. 86 8 31 R .. 13 3 3 0 ..14 a 3 0 ..131 13 31 3 . 30 1 3 0 31 0 a 0 0 0 2 .333 0 II 33 .338 8 31 70 .304 0 10 33 .38( 3 5 30 .287 33 .383 43 25 12 10 2 1 8 0 0 3 5 0 12 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 .356 .250 .380 .344 .331 .314 .160 ,100 .086 earn batting—At bat, 3313; hits, 851; Romano , Fox .... McAnany Apsrlolo LoUar ., Phillips , Smith .., Landts ., Cash .... Rivera .. Doby Torgeson Simpson . Esposlto Battey Ooodman WHITR BOX AB R H ab 3b RR Rbl Ave. 66 t 23 4 ...376 51 130 34 ...75 5 34 8 ...373 64 103 11 ...341 40 84 14 .280 34 74 18 ..303 41 66 II ...318 44 80 14 ...76 • 18 0 ... 88 11 33 ...113 6 36 ... 183 35 43 ...73 5 17 ... 18 5 4 44 4 8 107 7 18 2 13 10 47 14 38 56 27 27 38 8 7 13 35 13 1 4 4 .348 .334 .330 .277 .376 .364 .351 .351 .337 .335 .332 .131 .31* .311 .ao5 .168 Team batting—At bat, 3332; hits, 837; percentage, .255. CUBS AB R H 3b 3b HR Rbl Ava. 368 68 113 15 5 38 80 .304 Banks . . „ T. Taylor . .378 51 104 18 Noren Dark .... Walls Long — Thomson 8. Taylor Jackson Marshall AUman .. Averlll .. Schult .. Moryn ... Neeman 58 6 16 a .311 42 83 11 ..287 36 75 15 , .347 30 63 B . .347 15 63 12 . .334 34 67 6 ...58 7 14 ..141 18 34 .338 30 53 ..102 IS 34 .. 1? a 4 .253 27 67 ...52 3 8 3 13 0 I 18 6 36 26 33 35 37 8 36 16 36 3 25 4 rounding out the local entry publinx player Don Petersen. The candidates will start their bid for birdies at 8 a.m., Monday, with half of the entries playing 18 holes at Meadowbrook and the other half playing a similar round at Racine Country Club. The second day of the 36-holc qualifying procedure is slated Tuesday, with golfers switching courses. The best 64 scorers will qualify for match play Wednesday at Racine Country Club, which will host the meet thereafter through the finals on Saturday. In the Junior bracket. 84 youngsters take dead aim on the title won in 1958 by Tom Nelson of Green Bay. Of the total. 11 are from Racine, including publinx players John Bahr. Doug Swenson and Terry Aceto, and Jim Gricse, Jim Shepherd. Jay Dunham, and Terry Johnson, of Meadowbrook, and Mike Long, Bill Johnson, Lance Melik and Don Kurten, of Racine Country Club. Two other Racine youngsters, Nick and Steve Demos, also will compete, but are playing for Kenosha, where their father holds a country club membership. Other Events The juniors begin flogging the ball at noon on Monday and Tuesday at Meadowbrook and Racine Country Club, striving for the 32 qualifying positions. Match play starts Wednesday, as in the amateur championship battle. Other links events will round out the busy week. On Wednesday. 3 p.m., starts the Junior vice-president's flight for the 16 boys 16 years old or under (as of July 1) who failed to qualify Monday or Tuesday for the Junior crown. And Friday is the Pater-Filius event, open to father-son teams from member clubs of the Wisconsin State Golf Association. The only Racine entry in this is Beau Melik and son. Lance. Ade Jensen, pro at Racine Country Club, said that par for the RCC course during tourney play will be 71, not 72. The change develops because the tee on the 18th hole has been moved to the east side of Root River, making It only a 175-yard effort instead of 260. Par for this hole then, will be three, instead of four. Monday RACINK COIINTHV CLUB 8 s. m.' Ulck auohrr, Osaukee; Paul nst«, Tripoli; Fred Oage, Maple Hluff. 6:08 ~ Don Micltaud, Mapleoreal; Howard Holmdohl, Meadowbrook; HeK man Lynch. Racine. 8:13 -John ArnoBon, Kenosha; Cleorge nillBtt Jr., Racine; Michael BmolUi.ikl, KenoMha publinx. :IR Bob Dernehl. Osaukee; I.pga Mel .MUPr, Meadowbrook; Menu Melll, Racine. 8:34-.Richard Brehm, Racine; John Olhbs Smith, Kenosha; niil Oarrotl, Naknmn. 8:30 — Ron CItel, Meadowbrook; Jne Fasulo. Mnplecreat; Chet Bobol, Kenosha. 8:36 — Ken Chrlstopherson. Meadow brook; Richard Blnger, Mapleoreal; Ted Perrlhg, Belolt. 8:42 — Rtias Valley. Mapleorest; Rav Knull. Illllmoor; Bob Ilagensiek, Meadowbrook. 8:48—Jack Nelson, M«adDWbrook; Tom Carroll, Racine; Richard Rost, Janesvllle. 8:54 — Robert Bolie, Janeaville; Jamea Levenhagcn, West Allla publinx; Bob Silver, Meadowbrook. B:00 - mil Angel. Meadowbrook; Art Plnborg, HlHinoor; Oeorge Olncy, North llllls, B:I2—Marie Hlllls, North llllls; Herb Keleske, Meadowbrook; H. L. Kleroii, Weatmoor. B:18- 8. B. Blocum. Milwaukee; Tom atoulhamer. Westmoor; William J. Schaller, Bluemond. B:24~I,ynn 8. Adelmnn, Rrynwood; j Klopnrnburg, Milwaukee; Ulll Uoeller, OinuKrc. 8:30 •- John Jennings, Chnncqua: W. Allla, Milwaukee; Bob John.iun, North Ullla. B:36--Hal Kubaslak, Milwaukee pub llnx; Bob Shaw, North llllla; blck Pcarse Jr., La Crosse. B;43—stu Taylor, Portage; Sam Ruakln. irvuwood; Waller Atwood. Ulaok (i:48~Doc Omara, La Croase; Frank Tuesday Burdette Hurls 3-0 Braves Win .377 .376 .364 .261 .366 .355 .364 .360 .341 .316 .336 ,335 ,aa5 .164 Harry C. Larsen, Bill Dyeas, •n; 7f Frtnk BMII , «lll ~ OOBMr, Team batting—At bat, 3268; hits, 107; percentage, .346. Homers Saturday (Season's totals in parentheses ) AMERICAN LEAOE ticmon. Senators (22) Plersall, Indians (3) R erra, Yankees (12) Ichardaon, Yankees (1) Brlckell, Yankees (1) Lollar, White Box (13) NATIONAL LEAOVE Cunningham, Cardinal* (4) Logan, Braves (11) Powers, Redlegs (U Bressoud, Olanta (4) Minor Leagues iNTBBNATIONAL OtAOVt Columbua 3, Montrtal I Toronto 3, Richmond I Buffalo •, Miami 0 Havana 1, Roohtitar 0 AMEhlOAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 1. Ctusrleaton 0 •• ) r VJiwBi.wnvMl Denver 3, Indlantpolts 1 >rth 8, Dallls I THafcl I LEAOUE Fort worth Fox Cltiu* 1, Ctdar Rapids • Orean Bay 6, Burlington 4 _^ rACJFIO COArt iKAOUl MILWAUKEE ~- (m — Fidgety Lew Burdette tossed a four-hit masterpiece for his 13th victory Saturday as the Milwaukee Braves strengthened their hold on third place by blanking the Pittsburgh Pirates 3 to 0. Burdette, who had lost five of his last six outings, was in complete command, allowing only one runner to advance as far as third base. It was the second four-hit shoutout for the Braves over the Pirates within 24 hours, Juan Pizarro turning the trick Friday night, Aaron at Third Hammerin' Hank Aaron, the National League batting leader, made his major league debut as a third baseman, filling for the injured Eddie Mathews, Hank collected two hits in three official times at bat but was the cause of great alarm for a split second in the sixth inning, Aaron was hit on the back of the head by a fast ball thrown by Vernon Law and dropped to the ground. However, he was saved from serious injury by his plastic helmet and hopped to his feet unhurt. Law, now 11-6, gave up only five hits before retiring for a pinchhitter in the eighth. One of the three runs off him was unearned as a result of his own throwing error. The Braves scored the game's PlUaburgh—0 Clements.rf Oroat.ss Bklnner.lf Stuart,lb Kravltz.o Maseroskl.ab 3 Hoak,3b 3 VIrdon.cf 3 Law.p J a-Nelson I Porlerfleld.p 0 Totals 31 0 4 Punchless Pirates AB R H Mllwaukea—S Avlla,2b Bruton.cf Aaron,lb Adcock,lb Covington,If Maye.rt Logan,as Crftnclttll.c Burdette,p Totsla AB R n 3 0 0 38 I 8 a-Doubled for Law In eth. Pittsburgh 000 000 000-0 Milwaukee , 000 iio lOx-3 ,**i~^f.!'' "•"'•oskl. PO-A-Plttiburgh 34-8, Milwaukee 37-18, DP-.-aroat, Mas- eroakl and Btuart; Maxeroakl, Groat and Stuart. LOB-Plttsburgh 5, Milwaukee 4 RBI—Logan, Crandall. 2B—Nelson, Logan, Aaron HR—Logan. 8F—crandall. IP M n ERBBSO Law (L, 11-8) 7 6 3 a 1 I Porierfleld 1 i o o o i Burdette <W, 13-10) B 4 0 o 1 3 „ HBP_By Law <Aaron). U—Dixon, Smith, Dascoll, Secory. T—1:88. A- 26,388. Brviiwood; Waller Atwood. Ulaokhnwk. 9:48~Doc Omara, La Croase; Fraii. ninu, Illackhawk; Mel Justmnn, North Ullla. B:54 — Oerald F. Moore. Whitewater: Jack Allen, Mapla Bluff; Larry Maley, Oconomowoo, 10;O8—Oary Rosenberg, Oneida; Fran- cla MoNnbb Jr., Weatmoor; Tom Well BrynwQod. 10:ia-Dlok Mueller, North Hllla; Steve Cnravello, Nakoma; Oeorga Carley Uaaukee. 10:18 — Joe Ludden. La Craaae; Chet Bcyler, Nakoma; William C. Miller, Ue- loll. 10:34—Roy V. Bhrevea, Delavan t>Ub- llnx; Ronnie Knilana, Lake Ripley; Ralph I'srker, Maple Bluff. 10:30—Hay Boehm, Meadowbrook; Max Shimon, Brynwood; Otto llaase, Osaukee. 10:36 - Bob Uevel, Nakoma; Urban Jonas Jr., Milwaukee publinx; Art Uehm Tyriincna. 10:43-Jack Mccullon, West Bend; Cliff Rathknmp, Janesvllle publinx; Jack Kopppler, Oneida. 10:48 — F. Moon Mollnaro, Nakom Tony Poteliunas, Mapleorest; Walter Masse, Maillson publinx. 10:54 — aeorge Clatworthy. Janei nubllnx; Ed Luedlke, Tuckaway; Jim Voulsen, OneUla. 11:06 — Ralph Larson, Blackhawk Charles F. Dellett, Hartford; Jim Tim mrl, Watertown. 11:12—Lyle Olfford, Janesvllle publinx, Jack Meyers, Brynwood; Walter Luka Meadowbrook. 11:18 — Marty Oharrlty, Bhalsgaco; Marv Randall, North Hills; Ernie Pos lorlno, Meadowbrook. 11:34 - Del Hinze, Watertown: Percy Byron. Hlllmoor; Robert Deck. Belolt. 11:30 — Jerry Bullivan, Hartford; Jim Rwart. Oconomuwoc; Harold McFarlano, Tyranena. 11:38 — Wally Bloom, RIvermoor; Joe nrennan, Oiauaee; J, W. Kearna, Milwaukee; John Woaver, Watertown. MKAnOWRKOOK 8 a. m—A. F. Btoffel Jr., Racine; Hud Rouse, Tucknwny; Frank Tenfel, Rivermoor. 6:00 — J. R. Hllman, Meadowbrook; Walt Turner, Tripoli; Tom Mudliip, naclne. 8:12 — Bill Johnaon, Racine; Jack Thomsen, Kenosha; Ed Oarvey, Brown Lake. 8:18 — Don Petersen, Racine nubllnx; Jerry Pfsrr, Kenosha; John allllnga, Haclne. 8:24--W»rren Jrnaen, Maplecrral; Vic Alello, Kenosha; Paul Ingraacl, Meadowbrook. 8:30 - Richard Miller, Racine; Knrl Puhl, RIvermoor; Jack Dempaey, Meadowbrook, 8:36—Kayo PIckos, Kenosha; Ken Olson, Racine: Al Lundberg, Maplecrest. 8:42 — Harold Knuth, Meadowbrook; Bob Marks, Hlllmoor; Mel Benatead, Racine. 6:4S-John Slemlon, Maplecrest: Tom Miller, Meadowbrook; W, • H, Keland, Rnclne. 8:64 — E. L. MacVlcar, Racine; Paul allies, Weatmoor; LeRoy May, Meadowbrook, • :06 — Jim Carney, Belolt; Maury Howard, North Bhore; Olb Larson, Merrill Hilla, B;ia-Bobby Brue. North llllls; Archie Dadian, Milwaukee publinx; Jim Ooggln Jr., Weatmoor. B:16 — Dennis Danlelson, Eau Claire; Oeorge Else, Meadowbrook; Ed Kar- powlcz, niackhawk. B:24—Jim Brennan, Janesvllle; Tom Moberg, Eau Claire; Jack Knothe, i,a Croase. 6:30—Rlx deLambert. Eau Claire: Bob Smyth, La Crotie; Bob Stuart, North Hills. 8:38—Ken Berke, Brynwood: R. Vermillion, Milwaukee; Jim Lohr, Pine llllls. 8:43 — Ted Brooks, Ozaukee; Harry Olmonson. Maple Bluff; Jack Peters, North llllls. B:48 - C. Bethke, North Hllla; Harry Batchelder Jr., Ozaukee; Pete Ooldman, Brynwood. 8:54—Bob Plekenbrock, Otaukee; Lee Zlemer, Tripoli; Robert Thorns, North Hilts. 10:06—Charlea Stoops, Nakoma; Tom Carroll, North Hllla; Phil Arneson, La Croase. 10:12 — Bob Anaohues, Tripoli; Fred Ouar, La Crosse; John Erickson, Nakoma. I0:l8—Tom Camburn, North llllls; Don Schumann, Hartford; Richard Hughes, Merrill Hills, 10:24-Donald F. Tamulis, Belolt pub­ linx; Arcli Wallen, Maple Blull; .luhn Jaroch, Oconomowoo. 10:30 — Wllllaih Harris, Meadowbrook; Wayne Ruchll, Hlllmoor; Ed Rauwald, North HlUi, 10:36-«'red Schmidt, Weatmoor; James Andersen, Whitewater; Ray Kuefler, Meadowbrook. 10:43-L. A. Brlsaenden, Port Washington; Art Wlenki, Hartford; Oane aramlns, Oconomowoe. 10:48-Art Korf, Kenosha; Tony Potman, Meadowbrook; Ray Doell, Rldge- '''lO;64 — Rolf Kroeber, Hartford; Dick Conley, Oneida; John St. Peter, Port Washington. ll :Oe -Herb Rushl, Whitewater; Dan Mayne, Westmoor; Will C, Wendt, Tyranena. 11:12 — Dick Spangemberg, Rldgeway; John Kurtz, Tripoli; Bud Bartel, Blackhawk RACINK ('OI)NTBV t'MJH 6 a. m. A. F. Blotfel Jr.. Uml UIML^S, Prank Tcnfrl. 8:00- J. R Hllman, Wall Turner, Tom Mndlne, 8:12-11111 Juhittnn, Jack Thomsen, Ed Oarvey, 8:18 Don ITlerarn, Jerry I'farr, John aillinK«. 8:24 Wnnen Jrn^nn, VIn Alello, Paul Ingrasci. 6:30 Richard Miller, Earl Puhl, Jack Demiisey, 8:36- Kayo IMckos, K»n Olson. Al Lundberg. 8:42-Harold Knulh. Bob Marks, Mel Benatead. 8:48 John SIcmlnii. Tom Miller, W. II. Keland. 8:84 R. I,. MacVlcar, Paul Olllea, LeRoy May, 8:00 - Jim Carney, Maury Howard, Olb Larson. 8:13~-nabby Brue, ArchU Dadian, Jim Ooggln Jr. B:18—Dennis Danlelson. Oeorga Else, Kd Karpowlds. B:34"Jlm Brennan, Tom Mobnrg, Jack Kuolhe. B:30 -Ulx deLambert, Bob Smyth, Bob Btunrl. B:3«-Ken Uerke, R, Vermillion, Jim Lohr. 8:42 — Ted Brooks, Harry fllmonson. Jack Peters. B:4B -C. Bethke, Harry Batchelder Jr., Pete Oolilman. B:64-nob Plekenbrock, Lee 7,lemer, Rubeit II. Thomn. I0:D« ••• Clmilra Btoopa, Tom Carroll, Phil Arneaon. 10:12 -Bob Ansrhuea, I'red Uuar, John Erickson, 10:18-Tom Camburn, Don Bchinnann, Rlolmrd llughea. 10;34- Donald F. Tamulis, Arch Wallen, John Jarnch. 10:30 -William Harrla, Wayne Ruchtl, Ed UnuwaUl, 10:36 rro<l Schmidt, James Andersen, Ray Kuetler. 10:«2—L, A. Brlsaenden, Art Wlenke. Orne Oramlns. 10:46--Art Korf, Tony Potman, Ray Doell, 10:54 Rolf Kroeber, Dick Conley, John Bt. Peter, 11:08 -llrrh Ruehl, Dan Mayne, Wlllard C. Weiidl. 11.12- Dick Spangenberg, John Kuril, Bud DHilrl. 11:18 Orlando Perry, Arthur Furman, Henry Charlton. Il:!i4 Clyde Hcberletn, Hank llnnea, Tom itately, 11:30 Mike Astaltaa, Wayne.Hull, Tom Osberger, MEAIinWRROOR 8 a. m.- Dick Bucher. e;05~Paul Kasle, Fred Oage. 8:00 Don Mlchaud, Howard Holmdohl. Herman Lynch. 8:12--John Arneson, Oeorge Ulllelt Jr., Michael Bmollnski. 8:IB-Hob Dernohl, Legs Meissner, Beau Mnllk. 8:34 — Richard Brehm, John Cllbbs Smith, Bill oarrotl B:30>-llun Kltel, Joe Pasulo, Ctiel Biibol. 8:36 — Ken Chrlalopheraon, Richard Binder, Ted Perrlng. 8:42 — Ruaa Valley, Ray Knull, Rob Ilngeiialck. B:«B—Jack Nelson, Tom Carroll, Rliih- ard Host. 8:54 Robert Soil*, James Levenhagen, Bob Hllver, 9;0fl -Bill Angel, Art Floberg, Oeorge OIney. B: 12-Marie Hlllls, Herb Keleske, if. L. KlerPti, B:IH-S. B. Blocum. Tom Btouthamer, William Bchaller. B:a4-L^nn B, Adelman, J. Kloppen- STEVE BULL Meadowbrook Host Daley Pitches Hot Atliletics to 3-0 Success ""»:'io"'Jl.."rje;'i ,lng., W. W, Allls, Hoi. '"'i :3fl""Mal Kubaslak, Bob Bhaw, Ulck ^"t-Ai mu Taylor. Sam Ruakln, Walter *'B*48"''DOO Omara, Frank Blaii, Mel ju^Htman. j, Moore, Jsek Allen, Larry Maley. „ . 10:00-Oary Rosenberg, Francis McNabb Jr.. Tom Well, 10:12-Ulck Mueller. Bteve Caravellu, "lO:?8 "-^'".'"r .idden, Chet Beyler. William Miller. 10:24 -Roy Ralph Piirker. 10:30- Haase, Bhrevea Ronnie Knilans, Hay Boehm, Max Bhimon, Otto 10:36-Bob llevel, Urban C. Jonas Jr., *^V "3-'-'jack Mccullon, Cliff Rathkamp, Jack Koeppler. . , ... 10:48 F. Moon Mollnaro, Anthony Potellunas, Waller Masse iO:Bt-Oeorge clalworlhy. Ed Luedtks, Jim Puulsen, , , - ., 11:00 Ralph Larson, Charles F. Dellett, ''Tu"\.yi< Olfford. Jack Meyera. *M':°B--Mariy Oharrlty, Marv Randall, Ernie Postorino. 11:24 Del HInce, Percy Byron, Robert '^''u'':30 Jerry Sullivan, Jim Ewart, ItnroUl McPurlnnr. 11:311 Wally Illoom, Joe Ilrrnnnn, J. W. Kearns, John Weaver, LOVELLETTE SIGNS ST. LOUIS—(/P)—Clyde Lov- cllcllc. who can jump six inches higher than ever before thanks to daily exercises in a 60-pound vest, signed h\H 1959 contract with the St. Louis Hawks pro fessionai basketball team. KANSAS CITY —im— The Kansas City Athletics found runs hard lo como by Saturday night but with Bud Daley's 4- hit pitching mnnaRCd to defeat Boston :\0 for their sixth successive victory. It was Daley's llth success against G losses and tho 10th Kansas City triumph In their last 12 games. The defeat was charged lo rookie Less Schrol who was making his first start in the majors. The A's had numerous scoring opportunities, inclu ding three bases loaded situations, but were unable to come up with a power attack, Ted Williams, pinch-hitting for .Schrol! in the .sixth, singled with only one out lo hnvc Don Buddin hit into a twin killing. Can't Dent Daley llnsliin—0 Iludilln.an Iluniirla.ab Ilnaby.rf Malii>iii>.3b .Innspri.il tJernorl.lb BtephPiia.lf Whlte.c BehroU.p a-T.Wli'ami b-Plows llurahnian,) Fornlelua.p Klely.p Wall.n e-P, fjnley Totals AH n 11 2 0 0 4 0 1 3 0 1 4 0 0 3 u 0 3 0 1 3 n 0 ;i 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 I 0 0 0 (1 0 0 0 n 0 a 0 a 0 n 0 1 0 0 28 0 4 Kansas CHy—8 An R 11 8liV(lBr,cf v-lloona 4 0 1 8liV(lBr,cf v-lloona 0 0 0 d>Ward 1 0 1 TllUlo.c/ 0 0 0 U,Wirams.3b 2 0 0 Murla.rf C'erv.lf 3 0 0 Murla.rf C'erv.lf 4 1 3 l.uiniie.ab lladfey.lh 4 0 I l.uiniie.ab lladfey.lh 4 i 2 Oliltl.c 4 I 3 UiiniHeslri.ss 4 0 2 U, Daley,p 4 0 1 Totals 34 3 13 a-HlngleA for Bchtoll in 8th; b-Ran tor T Williams In c—Announced tor Snyder In Rth; d-Blngled for Boone In Bill; e -Fouled out lor Wall In Blh. Iloslon fWO 000 OOO—0 Kansaa City 010 010 Olx-3 E—While, lluddin PO-A—Hoslon 24-13. Kansas C'lly 27-fl. DJ"-Mal«one and Oernert: nuddln. Runnela and Oernert 12); Chlti and DeMaestrl; l.umpe, IJeMaeatri and llaillev, H, Wllllsms i.nd Lumps. I.OH-Iloslon 1. Kansas City 12, Kill- Ward, I.umpe, DeMaealrl. 30— Cerv, lladley. 8 -R. Williams IP 11 n ER BB no Bchroll (L, 0-1) ..56 2 3 12 lUrshmsn i) 2 0 0 0 0 FornlMrs 2V, 3 1112 Klfly ''1 n n " ? ' Wall ' J I n 0 1 ; Daley (W, II-61 0 4 0 0 3 7 IH*I)—By Bchroll (Williams). U -Rice, Rommel. Blsvens, Napp. T— 2:17. A-IB,8B7. Chlsox Shackle Orioles in 17th, Simpson Is Hero CHICAGO ~ iA^ — Harry Suitcase) Simpson's pinch single in tho 17th Inning sent home the winning run and gave tho ChlcnRo White Sox a 3-2 triumph over Baltimore Saturday. The victory, the 23d one-run decision captured by Chicago, enabled the White Sox to main- lain their one-half game American Lcngiic lend over Cleveand. Back-to-back singles by Jim Landis and Sherm Lollar started the 17th inning uprising. Al Smith was given nn Intentional pass and reliever Billy Loes, third Baltimore pitcher, got Jim Rivera to bounce into a force play at the plate. Simpson, hatting for Bubba Phillips, then lined a single to right center to end the marathon. The 17 Inning affair matched tho longest game in the majors this year. That was also between Chicago and Baltimore with the Sox winning on a homer by Earl Torgeson. Blow Chances The Sox blow five different .scoring chances in the extra Innings after Lollar had tied up the game with a leadotf homer off starter Billy O'Dell In the ninth inning. They left nlno runners from the 10th Inning on and had two on and only one out In the ninth after Lollar had blasted his 13th homer but couldn't push anybody across. The victory was tho fourth straight for the Sox while Baltimore suffered its fifth defeat in a row to give the Orioles their longest losing string of the season. Turk Lown, who came on in the 12th inning, gained credit for his seventh triumph against two losses. Loes was shackled with his third loss in seven decisions. Unearned Run Baltimore jumped to a 1-0 lead in the first inning on an unearned run. With two out, Bob Nieman hit a line drive to right field which Jim McAnany dropped for a two-basa error. Gene Woodllng sent Nieman home with a line single to left. The Sox tied It in the second on a double by Al Smith and John Romano's single but were virtually handcuffed after that until Lollur unloaded hia homer Into the left field stands. Halllmora—3 11:18—Orlando Ptrry, Lake Ripley; Art n. Furman, Balolt; Henry cr Blaokhawk. first run in the fourth. Aaron opened with a single, moved to third on Joe Adcock's single and scored as Wes Covington hit into a double play. Logan Homers Johnny Logan's homer over the left field fence in the fifth, his llth of the season', made it 2-0, The Braves added an unearned run in the seventh. Covington beat out 'a bunt down the first base line and after Lee Maye fanned, Law fieldfed Logan's chopper and threw past Sfscond in an attempt to force Covington. Del Crandall's sacrifice fly brought in Covington from third. 11:24 —Clyd* Heberleln, Lake Ripley; Hank Henes, Oconomowoe; Tom Oately, Nakoma, 11:30 ~ Mike Aztallas, Lake Ripley; Wayne Hull, Fox Valley; Tom Osberger, Tuckaway, Curcio Captures Wilmot Feature Milt Curcio of Racine copped the 25-lap feature Saturday night at Wilmot after setting the evening's fastest 'qualify ing time of 53.56 miles an hour. Jack Front of Zion placed second and Bob Ratachok of Milwaukee was third. Bill Ansell of Milwaukee won the semi-feature with Ron Larsen of Racine second. I'asby.cf Boyd,lb Loes,p Nleman.lf a-Pearson,lf Woodllng.rf Pllarclk.rf Roblnson.Sb Klaus,ss Car's«uel,i» Ulnsberg.o Triapdos.o Oardner,2b ODell.p Walkor.p Oropo.lb Totals -AP Wlrephoto RICH WIN BY DUNCE, r- Dunce, ridden by jockey Lois C. Cook, drove up the stretch to take the 31st running of the $100,000 Arlington Classic at Chicago, Saturday. On- And-On, with Steve Brooks up, was second, and Intentionally, with William Hartack aboard, was third. (See s4ory on fifth sport pa^) Long Time Coming AB n H Chlcagtt—a Aparloio.ai Pox,ab Undli.cf Lollar. lb f-BipoHlto SnUth.if Rqmano.o b-Rlvera.rt Phl|Ups,3b ••fliaipson MoAnany.rf e-Ooodman Lown.p ^huw,p d-Tor'son,lb 61 a 13 AB R H T 0 3 Totals 66 3 13 -Ran for Nieman In 8lh; b-Ran for Romano In llth; c-Orounded out for McAnany In llth; d -Fouled out for Bhaw In llth; (-Singled for Phillips In 17th; f-Ran for Lollar In 17th. Daltlmora 100 000 010 000 000 00—3 Chicago 010 000 001 000 000 01-3 E—McAnany. Robinson 3, Boyd. PO-A -Baltimore 4».a», Chicago 81-36. DP— Robinson, Gardner and Boyd. Klaui. Gardner. Boyd and Tiiandos; Robinson and Boyd 2; Robinson and Oropo, LOB— Baltimore 13, Chicago 18. BBI—Nieman, Woodllng. LoUar, Romano Simpson, 3B—awUh, Nieman, HR --Lolikr. 8D-Ap»rl«i» I. Nlgman, B— Shaw, Boyd, Romano, Landis. IP H R ERBBSO ODell »!/, 5 a 3 4 a Walker 4H 3 0 0 7 a Loas (L, 4-3) aVa 4 I I • Shaw 11 8 a 1 a 3 Lown (W, 7-3) .... 6 3 0 0 1 i WP-ahaw 3. O—FopartlU. Hurley. Stewart and Runge, T—4:36. A—13.863. First Time on Course — Boy, 12, Scores on Ace TORONTO—A 12 -year- old boy scored a hole-in-one— the first time he had been on a golf course. Leonard Sladowskl used a No. 4 iron, borrowed from a friend, on the 150 -yard 15th hole at the Don Valley Course to achieve his ace. In This Section: Sports ... .Pages 1, 2, 3, 4, 9 Markets . . Pagei .:6. 7 CJ^ssified Pa^

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