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TW * S • AUGUST 23, 1962, lofce Chortcs American Press Yogi Leads Yanks Over Angels, 4-3 Kv The Assnriatrd Prrss "i "Si Ren a. ;i rnly [inly Sfll«n •fr^srrl in impcrrahlc pinslriprs. h.-i,- >hovrri hit pitchfork right inlo th r ' Anec!*' inflated haloes The vrtpran catcher played a Hrvj! of a same for the New York Yankee? Wednesday nieht, driving m 'hrec runs and applying the crusher against the pennant-hopeful I.ns Anceles Aneels with a two- run eighth inning homer that gave the American League leaders a 4-3 victory. Berra drove in the first Yankee nm with a sincle in the first in- nine Then, in the eighth, with the \vorld champion? trailing by a run in the second game of the kev three-game series, the 37-year-old receiver tagged a two-run homer th.it knocked the Ancels haloes «skr\\. It was the second sudden ending suflered h\ the Angels, whose clrenm? were firs! punctured Tucs- na\ nichl \\hcn the Yankees struck for seven runs in the 10th innmc and an 11-4 triumph. , The latest dcteat dropped the Anecls do«n a step to third place, six cames behind the Yankees and a half-came hack of Minnesota The T\\ins moved up a notch. .V? to the rear, \\hen their pame uith Washington was halted by rain after 10 innings with the score tied R-8 Elsewhere. Dick Donovan posted victory No. ifi as Cleveland belted Detroit 7-3; Mike Hershberger's ninth inning homer gave the Chicago White Sox a 7-6 decision over Baltimore and Kansas City's Moe Drabowsky \von his first in the AL with a 4-2 triumph over Boston. After Berra gave the Yankees a 1-0 edge in the first, the Angels came back in their half for three runs against Whitey Fort! on a walk to .Jim Frecosi. a double bv Billy Moran find Leon Wagner's 30th homer. Tlu Yankees made it 3-2 in the fourth on a walk to Mickey Mantle snrl Dale Long's double. Bert'a wrapped up with AMERICAN BOXES WASHINGTON oh r h MINNESOTA nh r h b, Jh <• 8 r , Co'Crr Jb 0 ft fi r Tl: f 2 4 n Ri 4 0 1 7 K ! Ctv f * i n j n i ; 'i%nn ' f 0 0 Pr.""v c .» o r : dKr-' ''00 Z<~ T.-jn *011 AHer. Jb 1 0 0 0 Vcr-solles (I ih 'On M 4 ] 0 0 SlotfJt p Ss 5 0 C 0 siji 11 van D Hrm^n p 0000 bVmchor nK:->n 1110 cWortinei Kuivno p 1000 fAabrt p Cnney p 0000 Marondo p Harri'Mon p 1 0 0 0 Pleis p D- r s p 0000 fGoryl TOSoli 43 II) I Tohilt ,..,., <:-.--"tiled for Honrmn In 7th; b—Walked for Sullivan In 8m, 1 c— Kofi for Mincrter m tilt: <)— Ron for Setter in 9th; e— Grounded out lor Zlptel In 10th; f—Sacrl- ' . -t lor Pleis in 101h. Washington 00* 100 40J 1—8 M-inesota 0000040131—8 E — B'inkman, Hamilton. PO-A—Wosh- ln~;on 3018. Minnesota 30-11 DP—Rollins, jY™ ?r d K1 ." ct "" tw - LOB—Washington 12, ?B~Schoiv*. Battev, Tuttle, Johnson. HK--K,ii c t,r*w. Micks, Ver-iolles. SB— IP H 513 5 1-3 1 : ? 73 ) 1 R ER BB SO * 4 i % 0000 1-3 0 D « ?-.l ? S 7 0 13 2 7 ? 1 0 0 7 man in BALTIMORE CHICAGO Lonflu ff f l in 'HGP1 1 h 1. ^ fl1 - « 1 ., I It, t\J\J P 1 tvs n r-|f 4033 Grntiie lb 'If '000 eNlcholson bTith 3b 3 1 0 C Powell if Escosifo 3b 0000 Triondos e Aparicio ss 4020 Manser. Carrcsn c S 0 j 1 o o o n 4141 4110 5115 0000 F '-"rr P vot* p dSodowEkl 413? oBreeding 2b 3 0 0 3000 Poppas p 2 0 0 _ 0000 Luebke p 0000 0000 HoU p 0000 0000 bLau 0001 1000 Hceff p 0000 ) 0000 Stock p 0 0 C 0 cBrandt 1000 Wilhelm p 0 0 0 0 . » M4 « Totalt J7 «14 « for Honsen In 4th; Tetclj o- rounded out b--<>t socrif.ee fly for Hall "In 6th; T— C-'Ci'. ded out for Stock In 7th; d—Ground- pa in'o double play for Joyce In »th; c-Rpn for Gpntile In Wh, Chicnjo jtO no 101—7 Be'tfhiort 100 013 100 g % f.'.-Correon, Londls. PO-A—Chicago 77'- BaHimope 7711 DP—Breedina, Adoir .••,ci (,-p'ililr. Aporicio ond Cunningham ?; i.nr-iii.. Adrir ond Genlilp Aporiilo. Fox C" •" twninphnnv LOB — Chicago «, BoHi- _ rB-Gmtil* 1. Aponrio 1. F. Robinson J I'PX.T'I, Tcinorlp H"--Cr"P?"- Actn'r r'r^s'ilvfor'. 5P--S. Robinson Adoir. SF . , .,, IP H R ER BR JO >F'.jrho!dt s ' "'••• 23 .......... i (W, A <) 7 V ii?i* (L. S '<! 73 2-.1 I-3 y—Faced fr- ' n^pn i h 7)^ . gp_py Bu!hO'rt' IHrirurnl WP—Pop ! r' Bo 1 '.—Luebdf PR — Tnondos, Co^re- i r-. i.i_ri-)hprlv. Runge, Corrigan, Hurley, j BOSTON ' KANSAS CITY i ob r h bl ob r h bl r -:>w rl 4M1 Causey „, Fi r essoud it 4 1 1 I Charles 3b '^ "Jf ski II 3000 Lumps 2b 4010 Siebern lb f"jnr>f!5 lb Ma'tone 3b I. -rin c S: lillina Jb b'-'ao rorli (".Gardner D : n k p t':'- ri e>- p 4000 Alusik If 4000 Cimoll rl ! I 0 i 4 1 M 3 0 1 J 3020 4000 1 1 1 4020 Dc-IGreco ct 3000 3010 Bryon c 4000 0000 Orofsky p 3000 COCO Wyatt p 0000 10)0 0000 1000 Kcls'oo p 0000, aKoidy 1000 Totali 3J I 7 I Tololf Jl 4 7 4 a —'_ ruck out tor Earley In 8th, b—Hit | . pilrh tot Schilling in 9th; c—Ron ' -' MoaHaroni In 9th; d-Struck out tor i .c ^^ad in 9tti. "o»f»n OOt IM (19—J ' Kanjci Clly Ml «J| eo»—4 : -i.'cinc PO-A —Boston JJ-6. Kansas i ' •>• It4 I OB—Bos'on *, Konsos C'ly 7. : B- t unipe, ciinlon. Causev MR—Bres- S'.a. Cirt'o!'. Geigff S— Dflocli IP "k (i 4 !).... J I ' 1 1 I 7 3 R ER BB SO 4441 0003 0001 ?! 0 5 o r i 4 CLEVELAND 0* r h | DETROIT Ob r »• T '. P H SrylQn , f 311? Koiinf rl < fi l 0 Co^vi'n II « D ' C Cosn th ' P 0 C McAuHlft Jb 0000 Boros Jb 71'1 Brown c 4000 oFarlcy 5230 Roorkc c 4111 Kl:n e p 4 1 3 1 Fox p | 0000 b«V»r!t 1011 Mosil p i HOB si PrMllipt Jb ^' nocl' 2b Oonovon p Totals 55 7 13 ( Totals J« 3 J '- ' id O. tor BrCrt". ,/i 71V I . ^-' -f 1 7t" c —Safe oo rr^c ?''. 0 —H f m'O *:<!QC' : < id H'-ki'jnd in |ih; e—Announred | r , rr; ™''' T 8lh; '— Gr °<-'nc!W ovt for! -, vtl ° n < 1 «l» Ml ltl-7 1 f 1 "" 1 ISO P10 100—3 ! L. •-ViAi.iitie. Kaime. PO-A—C;«v*:an<j . ': Detroit 7? 13. DP-Fox, Brown ond Ftrnaroci Wc^ui.ftt o-xj Cash '£ c:fyr:ona IJ. Det'O.I ',0. « Ph'SOys ?, Ccltvllo McAul.lte Fer•>'.--• «•-! '-or, :e- I -jplOA HR-'/.trti t 7 IP >. ) r HBP By H I ' ; C 1 ~ ! ' ' '• V ; ~ c i :• ? i J c 1-3 o 7 n (if ER ee so his homer off irlirvcr Dan O?in- ski. Thp Senators «nd Twins played sec-saw all night with Minnesota pondine it into extra innings with ivo runs in the ninth. The Stn- a l firs moved out front in the 10th when Joe Hicks singled and even- luaily scored on a fielder's choice., Rich Rollins' run-prodiicinp single in the bottom half knotted the count again. At this point, rain halted play! for the third time and the umpires' decided to let them replay it tonight. Hicks homered for Wash-j inston while Harmon Killebrew,' No. 34. and Zoilo Versalles connected for Minnesota. j Donovan, a 34-year-old veteran! aiming for his first 20-victory sea- '• son. started the Indians game- \vinnint; rally in the eighth inning with his third single. Willie Tasby then reached base on Dick Me- Auliffe's error. Al Lupkw followed \vith a triple that snapped a S-3 tie and tacged Don Mossi with the loss. Hrrshhergcr decided the White Sox-Orioles stntccle with a t\vo- oiit homer In the ninlh off Hoyt Wilhelm. THERE ARE C8f?7AINtr?fN6$ I'D JUST RATHER NOT HAVt . BROU6HT UP! >*\ 9 Blanda Ready for Oiler-Buffalo Tilt n f 1 1 * ? 1 1 .1 \ i n S I •* 1 n p n ft 0 0 0 (I j 0 0 0 .t 3 ! \ ) 1 0 0 0060 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 41 I)} 7 NEW tre-.h It YORK LOS ob r h hi 0 3 n ANGELES aft r h bi %« .1100 Cich-«nn Jt, s (i i o v.nron ?h .J ' ? n Ms-it r< J 1 C P L.Thomas lb 3 0 0 0 Mc-t'f cf l 3 0 C Torrcr. 3D J 0 0 0 Ber'o c 31; T. Waqncr r-lf 4113 Kuhck ss 40lfl Rodarrs c 4000 Lo-c lb 3011 Averlll If 3 0 n 0 Bndses p 0000 Osinski p 0000 Bove' 3b 4 o C 0 bBiiko 1 0 0 t> Ford p 2000 G.Th'as c-rf 4020 aBlanch'd 1000 L«e p 2020 Sheldon p 0 0 0 P Pearson cf 1000 SkOwrOft 16 1 0 0 P Total! )J 4 7 4r«hi1s 33 3 7 S o—Grounded out tor Ford In 7th; B— Fli«l out for Os.nsM In ?th. New YOrfc 100 100 «»—4 Los Angeles 300000000—1 E—None. PO-A— New York J7-17, Los Anaeles 27-6. OP—Moron, Fregosi and L. Thomos; Bover, Richardson ond LOnO: Frews! nnd L. Thomas. LOB—New York t, Los Anijelej 5. IP H R ER BR SO 6 7 1 3 1 S Two Teams Out Of Boys' Tourney WEST MONROE. La. fAP) Birmingham. Ala., the only undefeated tournament team, meets Chattanooga, Term., tonight in'the Dixie Little Boys baseball world series. 7-8) ford Sheldon (W, Bridges Lt* " OsltHki (I. 3-7) .. HBP--BV Fprr] ( (BCrrol. U-Nnno. Drum.'nond. T—2 75. Tt-.on'OS Stevent A—40.3JO. 0 fl 0 0 C 3 ? •» 3 2 ? ? I hv i (>e K'linomon, In other action. Pensacola. Fla., takes the field against defending titlist Rossville. Ga. Two more teams dropped out of the double-elimination tourney Wednesday. Chattanoopa eliminated Columbia. S.C., 17-2. And Pensacola erased Arabi. 3-0. on Mike Gorday's sparkling no-hitter. By The Associated Press I The Houston Oilers, showing j no signs of deterioration after! winning their second straight ( American Football League title last year, hope to haul out vener-' able George Blanda for a vigorous, workout tonight when they play the Buffalo Bills in fin exhibition game in Mobile. Ala. Blandfl has spent most of the Oilers three exhibition victories recovering from a thyroid operation, finally taking a brief yHl at quarterback last Saturday night i in 20-10 victnrv n.er Boston, i He came in In kick four field goaJs and three conversions the week before in a 33-17 victory i over Denver. j i In the meantime, the 34-year old. 13-year pro veteran has I watched second-year man Jackyi Lee direct the Oilers In fine style. In their first victory, the Cincln- jnati grad threw three touchdown (passes. He added another In the : Denver game. Lee's performance has given coach Frank <Pop> Ivy a good indication that the quarterback! slot will be well-protected this i year. II probaby also has given j Blanca's thyroid condition a much i faster turn for the better, for he was not e.\pected to see much action until the regular season begins next month. Wednesday night, the Boston Patriots handed the New York Titans their third straight pre-| season loss—taking a 17-10 victory! Bl Lowell, Mass., before s crowd' of ll.HR. | Veteran Babe Parilli. obtained from Oakland, completed 13 of 2R passes for l.ifi yards and one, touchdown nnd went one yard on ] n sronk for the winning score in \ the fourth quarter. Server and Poo/e Post Top Scores In Putters' League Frank Sarver and Henry Poole walked away with top honors at the conclusion of the fourth week of play In the Professional Putters league Wednesday night. Sarver scored the lowest round ! of the night, a 28, while Poole! fired a 22-under-par 122 for the! low series. I The Aces continue to lead in the i teom standings with 351 points,) a lead of 34 over the G t e c n i Kings, while Af Simpson kept his ' individual average margin over' Lehman Key intact, 30.06 In 31.75.! OWL CO-CAPTAIN-Gen* Ra«M, a 198-pound. 6-foot one-Inch senior from Taylor, Texas is a co-capiain on on the 1962 Rica OwU football !««m. Despite a hand injury last year h» caught eight passes for 112 yards and two touchdown*. 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