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f'ogo Fowr sr« ftOFf IT At, «0M, AURANiAf Frirfoy, June 30, Wl Ex-Yank Fans 12 Former Mates for Win Star Hope SPORTS By ED WIUKS *s*ocl»ted PrcSs Sports Writer Rync Duron, one-lime New 'York Yankee relief ace, struck Out 12 and allowed only three hits Avhllc just missing his first complete game in the majors as the 'Los Angeles Angels defealeil (he Yanks 53 Wednesday night. The fire-balling righl-lunider also singled home two runs, will) his first hit in three years, ahead Of Albic 1'earsons wrapnp. Ihrec- Tun homer in the sixth inning. The defeat left the Yankees I'j games behind first place Detroit. The Tigers ended Chicago's winning streak at 12 by beating the White Sox !2-5. Third-place Cleveland split a twi-night pair with Washington, winning 3-2 before the Senators Kuenn Redlegs Drop Pair, Keep 2H Game Lead Bonus Babies P" l£ Fine If They Click By Associated BEK OLAN Pr'ass Sports Writtr NKW YORK (AP) — Baseball bonus payments are worthwhile when players such as Harmon Killebrew. Sanely Koufax, Al KB- line and Dick Groat arc on the receiving end. These four coupled with Mike McC'ormick. Robin Roberts, Lituly McDanicl, Curl Simmons, Harvey Jolinny Antonclli arc why major Travelers Shut Out Mobile 2-0 By VERNON BUTLER Associated Pr«s s Sports Wri»«r This hasn't been a very happy season for Little Hock left-hander Bo Bclinski, but the big strikeout artist can't suy it hasn't been interesting By May 4, record, and rosy Seven took a 5-2 decision. Baltimore excellent reasons broke a tic with Chicago for fourth league ball place by beating Kansas City 5-4. king-si/ecl And Boston defeated Minnesota youngsters. •by a score of 6-2. i jt- s a i so In the National League, Cincin-' l ] uil mail y 'natti dropped a doubleheader to the Chicago Cubs 10-5 and 7-2, but came off with a 2', j -game lead when Pittsburgh beat the second place Los Angeles Dodgers 'J-3. San Francisco and Philadelphia ; Pc[til . )ml Bil]y Joc played a 7-7, 15-inning tie called by curfew in the longest (5 hours, 11 minutes) night game in major league history. Milwaukee ripped St. Louis 8-3. Durcn (3-8) allowed only two singles through the first eight innings as he •faced the Yankees for the first time since the May « trade. Then, pressing and tiring, lie gave up his fourth walk, to Roger Maris. leading ninth, and Mickey Mantle clubs arc dishing out bonuses lo untested dollars lo doughnuts among the score of bonus babies signed this season will end up in the scrap heap—the same one into which have fallen such $50.000-S100,000 failures as Paul Giel, Billy Consolo, Paul Davidson. • But it's the succss of the Killc- brews and the Koufaxcs that make it mandatory for the scouts to work full time and the clubs ;to keep their checkbooks handy. ' Killebrew, who got 550,000 to sign with Washington in 1954, found the range with the Senators in 1J15S). hitting 42 homers to tic for the American League lead. He off the:walloped 31 last year and this followed season he's already had 22 Bclinsky had a 3-0 the world consecutive losses followed, and he began to wonder if he would ever win another decision Now he's back on a winning streak, and his record reads 5-7 after last night's brilliant two- hitter against Mobile The Travelers won 2-0, although they managed only four hits off Ihrco Bruin pitchers Chattanooga climbed back into a tic with Birmingham for the Southern Association lead by slugging Atlanta 14-5 in an afternoon game Shrevcport whipped Barons 7-3 Macon dosvncd Nashville Vols 5-2 by ED WILKS Associated Pre*s Sports Writer The second place Los Angeles j Dodgers, with expected ace Don Drysdnlo (5-r>)' still winlcss against the first division, lost 9-3 Pillsburgh Wednesday night and picked up only a half-game on Cincinnati in the National League race Cincinnati came off with a 2'/2- game lead although dropping a doublehcadcr to the Chicago Cubs IG-5 and 7-2. Third place San Francisco four •times blew leads and wound up with a 7-7, 15-inning lie at Philadelphia in the longest night game looked | '5 hours, II minutes) in major league history. Milwaukee moved over .500 for the first lime since Memorial Day by slugging St. Louis 8-11. In the American League, Do- itroit ended Chicago's winning streak at 12 games, beating the White Sox 12-5, and gained a I'/'a- gamc lead over New York. The Yankees lost 5-3 at Los Angeles. Cleveland split a twi-night pair with Washington, winning 3-2 before dropping the nightcap 5-2. Baltimore defeated Kansas City, the ! 5-4, and Boston defeated Min- thc with his 24th home run. Jim Donohue mopped up in relief, retiring Yogi Berra, Bill Skowron and Johnny Blanchard in order. Bcrra singled in the fourth inning for his 2,000th major league hit. Bob Turley (3-5) was the loser. 'Itic Tigers collected Hi hits and handed the While Sox their second defeat in 21 games with a seven-run seventh inning. Don Mossi OJ-l.i gave up 15 hits, but went all the way for the victory. Hay Herbert (6-1) was the loser. An error by losing pitcher Joc McClain (fi-7) and a sacrifice fly .by Mike De La Hoz produced three runs as Clevleand came from behind in the fifth inning of the opener. Jim Perry (7-5' wgs the winner. Dale Long them homered and paired with Marty Kcough for RBI singles in a whining two-run sixth as Washington 'took the nightcap behind Bennie Daniels (4-4). Jim Grant (7-2) lost his second in a row. A three-run homer by Earl Rob homes to go with .352 batting average nesota Twins. a sparkling for the Min- First Round Losers May Take Title By JOHN GALE WIMBLEDON, Nancy Itichcy, England (AP>— 19, eliminated CLASS WON'T DISMISS TEACHER—Little David Howard'and his Memphis, Term., classmates did not want to let their former teacher Bobby Jean Coke go. The trouble was that she was no longer their "Miss Coke"—she was married that morning to Dean 0'FarreII. Pictured above, David sits on the hood of the car and refuses to move, while others front .his class form a blockade, trying to keep her just a little longer. nesota 6-2. Southpaw Joc Gibbon '6-,'P beat the Dodgers for the third time in three decisions. He struck out seven, walked but one and allowed six hits, two of them solo homers by Frank Howard and Daryl Spencer. The Cubs collected 25 hits, 12 for extra bases including five home runs, while beating Bob Purkey <!M> and Jim O'Toole (13-7). lion Santo, after going hitless in 14 trips, dove in seven, runs, five with two homers, in the first game behind winning rijjhl- •»••""• -• • :j* llll\,J 4. ll*~l I\*J | ±lT, ^lllllll lUL^H - - _, - Till* It's taken six years for Koufax from the Wimbledon tennis cham- " a " .. Homne to start paying dividends on the jpionships in her debut, found hcr- S25.000 bonus given him by the Dodgers in 1955. He has a 10-3 record and leads the National League in strikeouts with 117. The fireballing lefty had a total of only 3(> victories before this season. Both Kaline and Groat arc hitting well below their lifetime marks this year, but it's certain their clubs are not ready to ask them for refunds. Groat got a reported S75.000 bonus from Pittsburgh in 1952 and Kaline received' $35,000 from Detroit in 1*53. Kaline, who has a lifetime average of .306. is hitting .286 in 1961 Groat, the National's batting leader last season, has a .272 mark this year. McCormick got $50,000 from the Giants and McDanicl the same : amount from the Cardinals. McCormick won 15 games in 1960 and has 7 victories this season. inson capped a clinching four-run McDaniel, one of the game's top second inning for the Orioles at relievers, posted a 12-4 record. Kansas City and beat Jim Archer last year, and is 3-3 in 1961. i (6-2). Wes" Stock (3-0) was the The Phils shelled out $65,000 for winner in relief. Simmons in 1947 and $25,000 for. Jackie Jensen's two-run single, Roberts in 1940. Simmons won 115' in the first inning, and solo horn- games for his benefactors befor* •urs by Gary Geiger and Frank they released him last year. He's Maizonc did it for the Red Sox us Ike (5-3i breezed in now only 2-6 with St. Louis. Roberts; 1-3 this season, has picked up Delock „ with a five-hitter. Camilo Pascual -' : « triumphs for Philadelphia, in- C5-10) was the loser. eluding six 20-victory campaigns . Kuenn, who was given a $55,000 bonus by Detroit, batted over .300 PRESS hi six of his seven seasons He's now Southpaw self in an almost unprecedented position today—a first-round loser liailcd as a possible future champion. The little atom from San Angelo, Tex., dazzled Tuesday's center court crowd with the spirit and brilliance of her performance, Miss Richey lost, 3-(i, 6-3, (i-4 to another dynamic newcomer from Australia, statuesque Margaret Smith. Toiiy Motram, former British Davis Cup player, classed Miss Richey as a top prospect. Many observers reckon Nancy would have gone all the way to the final—and possibly a Wimbledon crown—had she not run up against Miss Smith at such an early stage of the tournament. ' Now a heavy load falls on Chuck McKinlcy and Karen Hantzc, the main surviving American prospects. McKinlcy, from St. Ann, Mo., was among first-round victors Tuesday. He outgunned Italian Davis Cupper, Sergei Tacchini, 6-2, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4. Miss Hantze from Cliula Vista, Calif., was never troubled in a G-2, 6-2 decision over Mexico's Rosa Darmon. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED Rome — Rafiu King, I2u. Ni- the Tigers. gcria, and Mario Vecchiatto. Francisco. 134'4. Italy, drew, 10 Manila—Fil Ravalo. 138'i, Philippines, outpointed Adisak Kwa- engmechai, 139. Thailand, 10 with Southpaw rookie Jack Curtis (4-2) then held t'he Reds to four hits in the nightcap as the Cubs made it seven out of H against Cincinnati this season. The Phils and Giants each got three runs in the 15th (last inning under the 12:50 a.m. curfew rule), with the Phillies getting the lying run on a freak error. Tony Gonzalez, who had singled home one run in the inning, scampered in from third when catcher Hobie Lamlrith got off a high peg on a routine, return toss to pitcher Mike McCormick. Milwaukee stayed within one game of fourth place Pillsburgh as the Braves put away their eighth victory in 10 games with a three-game ssvcep at St. Louis. They scored three unearned runs in the second inning against loser Bob Gibson (5-5), then piled up four runs on homers by Joc Adcock and Frank Thomas in the third and fifth innings. -Rookie Bob Hcncllcy, a southpaw, won his first, but needed relief help svhcn the Cards scored their three it the eighth inning. Juniors Drop FirstGame of Season Hope Junior Legion .split a double header with Arkadc'lphia there last night, suffering their first defeat. The locals took the first game 11 to 5 and were c cd in the second 4 to 3. Earl Ray Murphy was the winning hurlcr for Hope, striking out eight and giving up only four hits. David Burke was credited with lie loss although he struck out !2 and gave up only five hits in he second contest. Games today: Hope 2 vs Hope 1, here Nashville 3 vs Nashville 1, there Friday Games: CBC vs Colcmmi Midwest vs Pup Kolii Owen vs Lions Local Man Presented Trophy Georgia Pro Is Favorite Branch Rickey Suffers Arrack f SUDBURY, Out. (AP)— Branch Rickey, father of baseball's farm system and one of the sport's most eloquent spokesmen, was reported resting comfortably today after his second heart attack ill three years. The 7'J-year-old former general manager at St. Louis, Brooklyn and Pittsburgh suffered a scri^y iieart attack Tuesday at his summer home on an island !J5 miles southwest of Sudbury. lie had been in Canada at his private ifishing island for several weeks Rickey, who severed his la.st connection with baseball when the proposed Continental League disbanded last year, was stricken in 395!! and hospitalized for several weeks. At. the Sudbury W. Stirbridge said the patient ia "under treatment and his immediate condition is satisfactory." The hospital reported he was resting comfortably." hospital, Dr. '4, All told 14 American men and 4 'women advanced to the second round. : Other top U.S. men to make it F wcre Dennis Ralston of Bakers- with San .field, Calif., who downed Patricio Antonclli Rodriguez of Chile, 3-6, 6-1, 6-0, was no ball of fire for the. Braves !e-3; Jon Douglas of Santa Monica, for whom he received a bonus o( Calif.; who dropped John Hille$52,000 in 1948. But games twice for the he won Giants. The 350th anniversary of tobacco — America's oldest industry — will be celebrated by the Jamestown, Va., Foundation in 1962. The amount of electricity used to make a ton of newsprint would brand of Australia, 6-0, 6-4, 3-6, 6-1; Whitney Reed of Alemdca, Calif., who whipped Daniel Contct of France, 6-4, 6-2, 6-3, and Chris Crawford of Piedmont, Calif., who polished do the wash for 10,000 families. (Britain, off 6-1, Norman 6-2, 6-3. Kitowitz of FOOT IN THE DOOR Minncsotan Leads the Archery Field HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (API Robert Kadlec, a sharp - eyed oung man who works in a ochcster, Minn., optical corn- any, leads the men's freestyle ivision into the second half of rst round play today in the Na- onal Field Archery tournament. Kadlec hit 512 of a possible 560 oints over the mountainous, wooded course Tuesday to lead is nearest rival, Gene Ellis of Ilkhart, Ind., by two points. "This is a good tough course," e said. "It will require all the kill ancl ingenuity any archer has 0 win. It's one of the toughest ve ever shot on." Kadlec has been shooting since 054 and is one of the favorites n this 16th annual national tournament. Today he is paired with His, Ted Schultz of Logan, Ohio. 505) and Ed Rohdc of Muskctinc, own i479i. Second round play begins later oday. Ann Clark of Cincinnati shot a ecord 474 of a possible 560 tar- ;ets to lead the women's freestyle division in opening play 'ucsday. Lon Stanton of Lake of the "Jzarks, Mo., shot a 482 of 5fiO to cad the men's instinctive division, lazel Scott of Paducah, Ky., shot 1 351 to lead the women's iu- ilinclivc division. Freestyle shooters use bow- iights, instinctive archers do not. SPRINGFIELD, N..J. (AIM — Mary Lena Faulk, the 35-year-old Georgia pro who in one month •has parlayed pitching and pulling into, the best winning record in women's golf, svas favored today to win the ninth U.S. Golf Association Women's Open Tournament. The tournament—the big one lo the women pros — opens Thursday on the south course ol' the Ballur- sol Club. It drew a field of !!U—31 pros and 50 amateurs—who will play 72 holes of stroke play according to the USGA format, which includes a 36-holc endurance test on the last clay. Miss Faulk won the important Women's Western Open at Nashville with a 2UO score. She shot five rounds in 365 in the Round Robin Tournament of Wygakyl, N.Y., then took the Eastern Open at Dillsburg, Pa., with u 54-holc score of 214. J. C. Atchley JUNE 202 WAS NATIONAL FRIGIDAIRE WEEK AND sales durino this period by the J. C. Atchley Co. resulted in the company awarding a trophy for outstanding sales to Mr. Atchley, owner, shown above proudly accepting the award. Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes Standings Southern Association By THE .ASSOCIATED PRESS " W L Pet GB Birmingham . 4t! 34 585 — Chattanooga . 4U 34 585 — Atlanta 41 39 513 n Litllc Hock ... 41 44 4!J2 BVi Nashville .... 311 43 <!(>!) OVi Macon 31! 42 4H2 10 •Shrevcporl ... 31! 45 451! 10 Mobile 35 44 443 11 To a ay's Games Chattanooga at Atlanta Macon at Nashville Mobile at Little Rock |Shrevcport at Birmingham I Wednesday's R e sults i Chattanooga 14, Atlanta 5 Little Rock 2, Mobile 0 Macon 5, Nashville 2 Shrevcporl 7, Birmingham 3 Boston at Minnesota Washington at Cleveland (N> Baltimore at Kansas City (N) Only games scheduled Friday Games Cleveland at Boston IN) Washington at New York (N) Detroit at Baltimore (N) Minnesota at Kansas City Chicago at Los Angeles (N) (N) By By Mojors Decide on Overall Plon CHICAGO (AP) - In a short joint meeting Tuesday the two major baseball leagues decided on an over-all program which j would curtail excessive bonuses, i that, .streamline minor league clubs j new and build for the future. Jn reviewing the joint session for newsmen, Commissioner Ford Frick said ii would take 10 years to put the leagues' houses in order. But ho said the bonus problems and the minor league organizations oould be worked out. Krick said the I'tfi2 All-Star game had been awarded to the Washington Senators. He LITTLE ROCK (AP) -Here is a fishing forecast from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission: Lake Maumcllc: Water clear ancl normal. Bass fair on artificial bait, fishing early ancl late. Crap- pic fair lo izoocl on live minnows. Bream good on crickets ancl worms. Lake Bull Shoals: Water clear and slowly falling. Fishing poor. Lake Ouachila: Water conditions good. Black bass fair on artificial ancl live bait; Crappie fair on live bait. Bream good on worms. Lake Hamilton: Water clear and high. Black bass fair on artificial bail. Crappie fair on live bait. Bream good on crickets and worms. Lake Conway: Water clear and normal. Bream good on crickets and worms. Bass and crappie fair on live bait. Lake Grccsoii: Water conditions normal. Bass fair on artificial bait. Lake Norfork: Water clear. Bass fair on artificial bail. Crappie fair on willow limb line. Lake Catherine: Water clear and normal. Bass fair on artificial THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. 44 42 3'J 34 33 Pc T. .620 .5113 .565 .523 .501! .441 .397 G-B. Cincinnati Los Angeles . San Francisco Pillsburgh ... Milwaukee .. St. Louis 30 | Chicago 27 Philadelphia .. 22 42 .344 lU'/i- Wednesday Results Chicago 16-7, Cincinnati 5-2 San Francisco 7, Philadelphia 7 (N 15 inning lie called, curfew) Pillsburgh i), Los Angeles 3 (N) Milwaukee 11, St. Louis 3 (N) Thursday Games Cincinnati at Chicago San Francisco at Philadelphia (2 Twi-nighU Los Angele.s at Pittsburgh (N) Only games scheduled prjday Games SI. Louis at Chicago Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N> San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N) Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N) Major Leaghe Leaders THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Balling (based on 150 or more at bats>— Allrnan, Chicago, 3'1'J; Hoak, Pittsburgh 343. Huns—Mays, San Francisco, 5l>, Robinson, Cincinnati, 53 Huns batted in — Ccpoda, San Francisco, 03; Robinson, Cincinnati, 57 Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 90; Wills, Los Angeles and Clemente, Pittsburgh, !!6. Doubles—Pinson and Coleman, Cincinnati, 17; Zimnier, Chicago, Fi-ccse, Cincinnati and Mays, San Francsico, JO Triples—Stuart, Pittsburgh, 7; Allman, Chicago, Wills, Los Angeles and Virdon and Clomcnle, Pittsburgh, (i Home runs—Cepeda, San Francisco, 20; Robinson, Cincinnati and Mathews, Milwaukee, If! Stolen bases—Pinson. Cincinnati, 13; Aaron, Milwaukee, Jl | Pitching (based on 5 or more I decisions)— Podres, Los Angeles, 7-1, 875; Miller, San Francisco, 16-1, 1157 Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 117; Williams, Los Angeles, 9U Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes LITTLE ROCK 'AP) —Here 1' it fishing forecast from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission: Lake Maumcllc: Water clear and normal Bass fair on artificial bait, fishing early and laic Crappie fair lo good on live minnows Bream good on' crickets and eel worms Lake Bull Shoals: Water clear and falling slowly Fishing pool- Lake Ouachita: Water conditional good Black bass fair on artificial and live bail Crappie fair on live bait Bream good on worms Lake Hamilton: Water clear and high Black bass fair on artificial bait. Crappie fair on live bait Bream good on crickets and worms Lake Conway: Water clear ,-ind normal. Bream good on crickets and worms Bass and crappie fail- on live bail 11 Lake Norfork: Water clear Bass fair on artificial bait Crappie fair on willow limb line Lake Greeson: Water conditions clear and normal Bass fair on artificial bait . Lake Catherine: Water clear and normal Bass fair on artificial bait Bream fair on crickets and worms The House of Assembly in Bahama Islands is one of the Iciest representative legislative joclies in the British Empire. I)uil - Brc;j111 worms. lair °" "'ickcls and American League i W- L. Pet i Detroit ). 4(5 2(i • New York 44 27 I Cleveland 42 32 G.B. 3!) Chicago 31! JBoston 37 any decision lo continue the j Washington . 32 practice holding two All-Star i Kansas City ... 2U games will bo made at a meeting ! MinnasoUi 2ti of player representatives and Los Angeles league owners in December. | The commissioner said he will : soon appoint a committee to draw up a plan for bonus legislation, j In regard lo the minor leagues, ! Frick said he would like a plan • to guarantee t-nouKh loams to supply talent to 20 major league added j baseball clubt.. .G'.i!) — .620 I'-i 56!i 5 34 534 7'/i 35 521 ll'.-i 35 514 i) 41 431! J4'i 41 414 16 2« 44 3!!'J 11! 27 47 :!65 20 Wednesday Results Cleveland 3-2, Washington 2-5 Twi-night) Boston 6, Minnesota 2 (Ni Baltimore 5, Kansas Cily 4 'Ni Los Angeles 5. New York 3 '.N> Deli-oil 12, Chicago 5 Thursday Games Chicago ti American League Balling (based on J50 or more at hats i — Cash, Detroit, 373; Brandt, Baltimore, 3li(i Runs—Mantle, New York, U4; Colavilo, Detroit, 01 Runs batted in—Cash, Detroit, (j(i; Gentile, Baltimore, (i5 llils—B Robinson, Baltimore, !)2: Cash, Dcrtoit, HI Doubles—Power, Cleveland, 20; Romano, Cleveland, 1!) Triples—Wood, Delroil, 7; Lan- clis, Chicago, ti Home runs—Maris, New York 27: Cash, Detroit and Mantle. New York, 24 Stolen bases—Aparicio, Cliica t;o, 23; IJowser, Kansas Cily, 2( Pitching i based on !> ur more decisions) — Latman, Cleveland (i-0, 1000; Terry, New York, 5-0 1000 Strikeouts — Ford, New York 100; Pascu.il. Minnesota, U'J single, in nine at-bats in 1G-5, -2 sweep over first place Reds Pitching—rtyne Duron, Angels, ame within three outs of first omplete game in majors, giving p just three hits, walking hut our and striking out 12 for W) ictory over ex-male Yankees When to Fith or Hunt Solunar Tables By John Aide* Knight Major Leagu eStars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hilling—Oorge Allman, Cubs, | Tlairs. ook over National League bal-JFri. .ing lead at Ml with .six hits, two!,Sal. . . Usu doublet., a triply ami ' Sun. . , The schedule ol Solunar period, as printed below, has been takt* from John Aklen Knight's Solun* Tables. Plan your days so ton you will be fisning in good terrt lory or bunting in good cover dor- uig these times, It you wish U find the best sport that caco <U) uas to offer. The Major periods we BbownJv \>ld (ace type. These begin it f» 'ime shown and last for u how and » hall or two hour* there after. The minor Periods, nbowi ui regular type, «r« ol shorter duration. Mintr M«|«r 6:10 7:10 12:55 »:10..1:J5 U:05 2:50 0:35 12;2S 7:35 1:25 11:30 2:20

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