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National League W L Pot. OB Cincinnati ...49 35 .683 Los Angeles so 37 .575 Vt San Francisco 45 38 .542 3Va Fhlladelpht* ..45 39 .538 4 Milwaukee 40 39 .606 e'/a Pittsburgh ' 43 43 .506 6'/^ St. LouTs 41 43 .488 8 Houston 39 45 .464 10 Chicago 38 45 .458 10'^ New York 29 66 .341 20'/a Gaines Toaar Milwaukee fJohnson 7-4) at Cincinnati (Ellis 12-3) 8an Francisco (Shaw 7-8) at Philadelphia (Short 10-6) Los Angeles (Koufax 14-3 and Os- tcen 6-10) at Pittsburgh (Friend 4-7 and Olbbon 2-7 or Schwall 4-3) Houston (Bruce 6-10 and Raymond B-3) at New York (Parsons 1-4 and Miller 1-0) St. Louis (Simmons 5-8 and Sa- dcckl 2-7) at Chicago (Jackson 1-10 and Koonce 6-7 or Hendley 0-1) Twins . . Yankees • • • • Cubs . . . Cardinals 4-6 White Sox . . 6-3 Angels 1-8 Orioles . . . 4-5 Indians . 5 Dodgers .... 8 Giants . 3 Pirates .... .4 Phillies I Athletics . 0 Tigers . . 7 Astros 0 Mets . 4 Senators .... 5 3 Red Sox .... 3 10 Reds 9 I Braves ..... 8 American League Minnesota ... Cleveland ... Baltimore .. Chicago ..... Detroft New York .., Los Angeles , Washington , Boston . .., Kansas City W t .S3 3» .48 33 .49 3S .48 35 .45 38 .41 45 .40 44 .38 40 .31 51 .33 93 Pet. OB :^ .888 .477 .478 .419 18. .378 31V .303 3<V 4 1 13 </a 131^ Oamei Today ne?o 't: fl ^iilt V^*""" •* »""- (Bi?ifer''°7-8)"^""'' Baltlmor. In ?t °o'n'"?Da5l ',5 '5T" THE RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES SECTION D JULY 11, 1965 Luka. Loth Tied for Tri-Course Lead Racine Country Club Ahead by 6 Strokes Wally Luka came up with the day's best round, a one- over-par 73, at Racine Country Club Saturday to move into a tie for the Tri-Course Metro Golf Tourney lead with Paul Loth at 145. Loth added a 76 to his first day's 69. Luka had a 72 Friday. The two do not have a clear path going into today's final round at Meadowbrook Country Club, however, as four more players are bunched within four strokes behind them. Meanwhile, Racine Country Club took a six-stroke lead in Team Totals Racine Country Club (76,5) — Gary Goodsell 146. Nick Demos 150. Rex Capwell 153, Lance Mellk 154, Rich Mc- Gulre 162. Johnson Park (771) — LeRoy May 153, Clayton Venne 153. Earl Whipple 153, Bruce Hansen 164, Gordon Lueclc- feld 158. Meadowbrook Country Club (779) — Wally Luka 145. Bob Silver 157. Dave Anderson 158. Ernie Postorlno 158, Ron Eitel 161. Leaders' Cards (Friday's score In parenthesis) Par 8.13 4S4 543—.IS 344 444 Paul Loth (JP) 473 434 453—.S7 .T54 45S Wally Luka (M) S.-iS 5.15 54.3—.38 444 344 Gary Goodsell (R) 6S3 434 643—3« 9AK 455 Gary Sorensen (M) 453 334 643—35 344 464 Jim Ashenfelter (JP) ... .553 534 444—37 345 S45 Bob Madsen (JP) ««» 43S S44—40 444 444 Gary Lebmann (JP) 464 444 553—88 354 448 544—S«—73 644—39—76—(8I»—145 634—35—73—(73)—145 645—»9—75—(71)—146 646—39—74—(73)—147 644—39—76—(73)—148 644—88—7»—(71)—149 644—39—77—(73)—149 Cincinnati Edges Braves to Keep 1st Pitching Problem CINCINNATI — (IS) —Tommy Harper and Deron Johnson each rapped two-run singles in a four-run fourth inning that propelled the National League leading Cincinnati Reds to a 9-8 victory over Milwaukee Saturday night. The victory kept the Reds one-half game in front of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Joe Nuxhall needed eighth- inning relief help from Billy McCool, but picked up his third victory of the week in bringing his record to 5-2. Nuxhall left after the Braves scored three of their five runs in the eighth, two on Hank Aaron's double. McCool immediately gave up a two-run homer to Mack Jones, but then retired the next two batters to end the rally. The Reds trailed 3-2 going POSTPONE BOUT NEW YORK — (m — The Emile Griffith vs. Jose Gonzalez non-title fight scheduled for Madison Square Garden Tuesday was postponed indefinitely because of an arm injury to Gonzalez Milwaukee—8 Alou.lb Bolling,2b Aaron.rl Torre.c OUver.c Joncs.cf Carty.lf de la Hox,3b Menke.ss Mat'ew.s,ph Bl'5' ame.p Cllne.ph Wood'ard.ss Totals Cincinnati—9 abrh ab r h 5 1 1 Harper,If 4 2 2 4 1 1 Rose,2b 5 1 3 4 1 1 Pin.son,cf 5 1 2 4 1 1 Roblnson.rf 4 0 0 1 1 0 Johnson,3b 5 0 1 2 1 1 Pavl'tich.c 4 1 1 4 1 1 Perez, lb 4 1 2 4 0 0 Cardcnas.ss 3 1 0 2 0 1 Nuxhall.p 3 2 2 1 0 0 Nuxhall.p 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 35 8 8 Totals 3- 9 13 ...021 000 050—8 ...110 403 OOx—9 Cincinnati E—Pavletlch. LOB—Milwaukee 2, Cincinnati 8. RBI—Alou, Aaron 2, Torre. Jones 2, Carty, Menke, Harper, 2, Rose, Johnson 3, Pavletlch, Perez. 2B—Aaron, Carty, Perez. HR—Alou (13), Jones 115). — H R ER BB SO 7 5 5 2 2 2 1111 4 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 7 7 1 1110 IP Bl's'amc L, 9-7 . 3 Sadowskl 1 Nlekro 2 Oslnskl 2 Nuxhall W, 5-2 McCool 1% Blasingame faced 3 men in 4th. HBP—By Nuxhall, Oliver. WP—Blasingame. T—2:45. A—25,413. into the fourth, but scored four runs after loading the bases twice in the inning. Harper and Johnson stroked their singles off Bob Sadowski, who had relieved starter Wade Blasingame. Cincinnati picked up three more runs in the sixth, with Tony Perez doubling home the run that proved decisive. Felipe Alou clouted his 13th home run for the Braves in the third inning. —Journal-Times Photo Paul Loth, first round co-leader in the Tri-Course Metro Golf Tourney, lined up a putt and dropped it in en route to a 76 Saturday. He had 69 Friday for a two- round total of 145. Meadowbrook's Wally Luka, right, the other co-leader with rounds of 72-73, got some advice from Racine Country Club pro Ade Jensen. Orioles, Sox Split as Rookies Miscue BALTIMORE —(JP)— Miscues by opposing rookie left fielders, Baltimore's Curt Blefary and Joe Hicks of Chicago, contributed to important runs Saturday as the White Sox and Orioles split a twl- night double-header. The White Sox won the opener 6-4, snapping a five- game Baltimore winning streak, but the Orioles rebounded for a 5-3 victory in the nightcap with all of their runs unearned. Ron Hansen and Floyd Robinson socked two-run homers to keep Chicago even in the first game, wtih the tie-breaking run scoring in the seventh after Blefary lost Tom McCraw's lazy fly in the background and it fell for a double. Hansen then singled off reliever Dick Hall, scoring McCraw and breaking the 4-4 deadlock. Hansen also singled as Chi- National League Favored Even Enough FIRST GAME IBaltlmore—4 brh, 3 1 2| 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 Aparlclo.ss Brandt.cf Blefary.lf B.R'b'son,3b Bownes.rf Powell.lb Adair ,2b Brown,c Roberts.p |Siebern,ph Johnson.ph Rbrh Chlcato—e Buford,2b Cater,3b Fisher,p F.R'b'son.rf Romance Nich'ls'n,If Martin,lb McCraw.lf Hansen.ss Berry.ct Peters.p Locker,p Burgess.ph Wels,2b Totals 33 6 10| Totals 4 fl Cblcago Oao 002 101—6 Baltimore 000 400 000—4 E—None. DP—Baltimore 1. LOB— Chicago 5, Baltimore 8. RBI—F. Robinson 2, Hansen 3, Berry, Brandt 2, Brown, Roberts. 2B— Brandt, McCraw. HR—Hansen 7, F. Robinson 8. S—Berry, Wels. IP H R ER BB BO Peters 3% " Locker W, 3-1 ,, ZVa Fisher ..3 Roberts 6 Hall L, 7-3 ...2 Miller 1 . . HBP—By Peters. Powell. WP—Peters, PB—Romano. T—2:33. Angels Edge Tribe 3d Straight Time LOS ANGELES — (JP) — Fred Newman and Bob Lee of Los Angeles combined efforts for a 10-hit shutout against Cleveland Saturday night as the Angels beat the Indians How They're Hitting AB Williams 342 Bright 25 Banks 319 Amalfitano 34 Landrum 179 Santo 324 Clemens 229 Altman 53 Roznovsky 93 Beckert 345 Stewart 112 Bailey 74 Kessinger 87 Krug 73 Team batting 697; percentage, CtlBS R H 2b 3b 68 99 23 1 1 7 1 41 88 15 6 9 0 24' 47 14 50 85 18 26 57 10 20 38 6 7 22 0 42 80 12 14 25 3 S 16 2 5 17 1 5 14 1 — At bat, .239 Hr Rbi Avi 12 45 .289 0 2 13 64 0 3 4 21 17 47 4 21 4 20 3 12 3 17 0 8 2 3 0 5 2 12 .280 ,276 .265 .263 .262 .249 .248 .237 .232 .223 .216 .195 .192 Chicago—3 (SECOND GAME) Buford,3b F.R'b'son.rf Cater.lb Romano.c Burgess,ph Schaffer,c Hansen,ss Hicks.ll McOraw.cf Berry.cf Martln,lb Wels,2b Horlen.p 2 0 0 Nlch'ls'n.ph 1 0 0 Peters.ph 10 1 ab r h 5 1 2i 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Baltimore—5 Aparlclo.ss ,Snyder,rf BeUary,lf Bowens,rf B.R'b'son,3b Powell.lb Brandt.cf Adalr.2b Brown.c McN8lIy,p MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL —(JP) — Home run power and an array of hard-throwing pitchers make the National League a favorite to beat the American League in Tuesday's All-Star game and take the lead in the midsummer baseball classic for the first time. A sellout crowd of about 47,000 will jam newly enlarged Metropolitan Stadium for the first All-Star game ever played in the home park of the Twins. Starts at 1 p.m. Game time is 1 p.m. CDT with network coverage (NBC) on both radio and television. In case of a postponement, Commissioner Ford Frick will announce the time and date of the rescheduled game. The National League, which once trailed 12-4 in this series, pulled up even at 17-17-1 last year by beating the American League 7-4 at New York Shea's Stadium on a three- run homer by Johnny Callison in the ninth inning. The dimensions of the Twins' park, 344 feet to left and 330 to right tend to accent the home run. Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants, named to the center field job for the 12th straight time, is the big glamor name of the power- packed NL team. The starting lineup, selected by the votes of players, coaches and managers, bristles with sluggers like Mays, leftfielder Willie Stargill of Pittsburg, rightfielder Hank Aaron and catcher Joe Torre of Milwaukee, first baseman Ernie Banks of Chicago and third baseman Richie Allen of Philadelphia. Also Have Finesse If the big guns are silenced, the Nationals have fleet shortstop Maury Wills of Los Angeles, who is trying to break his own stolen base record, and Pete Rose, Cincinnati's fine second baseman, for finesse. Right fielder Rocky Colavito of Cleveland is the big gunner on the American League team that does not include a single New York Yankee in the starting lineup for the first time since 1943. Left fielder Willie Horton and shortstop Dick McAuliffe of Detroit, first baseman Moose Skowron of Chicago and second baseman Felix Mantilla of Boston, a Met reject, are other American League long ball threats. Third baseman Brooks Robinson of Baltimore, most Valuable Player in the league in 1964, high- average center fielder Vic Davalillo of Cleveland and catcher Earl Battey of Minnesota round out the starting line-up. The starting pitchers will not be named until Monday. ab rh 3 0 0 Totals 37 3 ll| Totals 38 5 5 Chicagio oni 000 030—3 Baltimore 000 302 OOx—5 E — B. Robinson, Cater. Hicks. DP— Chicago 1, Baltimore 1. LOB — Chicago 8; Baltimore 5. RBI — Buford, Cater, McGraw, Powell, Adatr 2, Brown. 2B — Adair, Buford, Peters. 8 — B. Robinson. BF — Brown. IP H R ER BB SO Horlen L,7-B .6 4 5 0 3 4 Wllhelm ... 2 100 1 0 McNally W,4-4 7 fl 3 3 16 S. Miller .2 2 0 0 0 3 McNally faced 3 men In 8th. T — 2:26. A — 33,225. cago added a run in the ninth. Baltimore had scored four runs in the fourth inning off Chicago starter Gary Peters, but winner Bob Locker and Eddie Fisher held the Orioles hitless after that. An error by Chicago first baseman Danny Cater paved the way for three unearned Oriole runs in the fourth inning of the second game. Two scored when Hicks, recently recalled from Indianapolis, lost Jeny Adair's fly in the background and it fell for a double. Baltimore added two more unearned runs in the sixth without a hit after Hicks dropped a liner by Jackie Brandt in left center. Aaron Torre Carty Alou Boiling Menke Jones de la Hoz Oliver Ko!b Woodward 84 BRAVES AB K H 2b 3b 278 53 91 17 1 261 39 83 9 0 160 23 49 9 1 269 34 78 17 266 61 75 15 9 29 8 2906; hits. Hr Bbl AVf 16 37 .327 104 236 38 63 10 93 11 24 1 175 23 42 9 25 3 6 0 4 20 0 Mathews 280 40 64 10 Cline 120 11 23 1 Kllmchock 38 3 3 0 . _ _ _ _ Team batting — At bat, 2738; hits, 728; percentage, ,266 17 48 6 19 12 42 3 26 3 13 14 37 2 7 5 19 0 1 0 4 16 47 0 5 0 3 .318 .306 .290 .282 .279 .267 .258 .241 ,240 .238 .229 .19:! .079 WHITE SOX Ward Buford Martin Cater Skowron Robinson Romano Burgess Wels Hansen McCraw Berry Nicholson Schaffer Hicks Team batting 6B8; percentage, AB 233 260 124 282 287 306 153 45 109 290 145 275 56 26 3 R H 35 68 43 74 12 35 33 75 37 79 38 78 16 38 2 11 17 26 25 68 21 31 21 46 ib 3b Hr Rbi Avi 5 ?.l .29: 8 0 3 0 1 4 0 0 — At bat, 2747; hits. .243 5 18 1 10 11 40 11 39 8 29 6 14 2 11 1 9 7 40 2 U 4 13 2 8 0 0 0 0 .285 .282 .277 .275 .255 .248 .244 .239 .234 .214 ,167 .161 .154 .000 for the third straight time, 1-0. Newman was in and out of trouble for eight innings and allowed all 10 hits before giving way to Lee in the ninth. Vic Power singled home the first-inning run that gave Newman, (9-7), the edge in a pitching duel against Sam McDowell, (9-6), who hurled a five-hitter. Newman, who had lost three straight to the Indians, didn't allow an extra-base hit, walked none and benefitted from two double plays. The Indians were able to advance only one runner as far as third base. The Angels bunched two of their hits off McDowell in the first inning. Willie Smith singled, advanced on a wild pitch and scored on a two-out single by Power. Cleveland—0 Howser.ss Davalillo,cf Alvis,3b Colavito.rf Wagner.lf Whitfield,lb Gonzalez.2b Luplow.ph ''alinon.pr Gims.c M'Dw'll.p ab r h 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 Los Angeles—1 Cardenal.cf [W,Smith,lf Fregosl.ss Adcock.lb Power,2b Clinton,rf Rodgers.c Schaal,3b Newman,p llSatrlano,2b 1! ab rh 4 0 1 4 12 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 0 I0| Cleveland Los Angeles E — Rodgers. DP LOB _ Cleveland 8, RBOI — Power. Howser. IP M'DowcU L.9-6 8 Newman W,9-7 8 Lcc . . , . 1 WP — McDowrll 4, 2:22. A — 10.337. Totals 28 1 5 . flOO OOn 000—0 100 000 OOx—1 — Los Angeles 2, Los Angeles 6, SB — Davalillo, H R ER BB SO 5 113 8 10 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 1 PB — Sims. T — the team event at 765. Johnson Park has 771 and Meadowbrook 779. A victory for RCC would be its first and would send the trophy to the third team in the tournament's four-year history. Goodsell One Behind Trailing Luka and Loth are Gary Goodsell, RCC, 146; Gary Sorensen, Meadowbrook, 147; Jim Ashenfelter, Johnson Park, 148; Bob Madsen, Johnson Park, 149, and Gary Lehmann, Johnson Park, 149. Ashenfelter was called out of town, however, and will not be able to finish the tourney today. Luka will have an advantage today as the tourney moves onto his home course, Meadowbrook. Loth plays out of Johnson Park. Sorensen and Luka had sub- par nines' Sorensen on the front nine and Luka on the back nine. Luka was out in 38, after bogeying the 406-yard par 4 sixth and the 346-yard par 4 fourth. On the back nine, however, he bogeyed the 10th, a par 3 161-yard hole, then came back with a pair of birdies on the 294-yard par 4 13th and the 305-yard par 4 17th. Loth Has Trouble Loth had somewhat more trouble finding the solution than he did Friday when he fired a 69 at Johnson Park. He birdied the first hole, a 459-yard par 5, but then had a double bogey 7 on the next, a 557-yard hole. From there he finished the Other Scores Nick Demos (RCC) 74-76 —150 Gregg Lamb (JP) 73-77—150 John Bahr (JP) 75-75—150 Wally Madsen (JP) 73-79—152 Clayton Venne (JP) 75-78—153 Rex Capwell (RCC) 74-79—153 Matt Qulnn (JPI 71-82—153 LcRoy May (JPI 74-79—153 Earl Whipple (JP) 75-78—153 Jack Nel.son (JP) 76-77—153 John Salerno (JP) 76-77—153 .M Hagoplan (JPI 76-78—154 Lance ivfelllc (RCC) 74-80—154 Bruce Hansen (JP) 75-79—154 Ru.-is Valley (JP) 76-80—156 Steve Wadewltz (RCC) 75-81—156 Bob Silver (M) 81-78—157 Gary Swlden (Ml 78-81—157 Steve Klimck UP) 74-83—157 Sam Yoghourtjtan (JP) 76-82—158 Gordy Lueckfcld (JP) 76-82—158 Tom Miller (M) 75-83—158 Chris Long (RCC) 77-81—158 Dave Anderson (M) 80-78—158 Ernie Postorlno (M) 82-76—158 Scott Qoodsell (RCC) 81-78—159 Bill Johnson (RCC) 82-78—160 Ralph Falcone (JP) 76-84—160 Dan Hornak (JP) 76-84—160 LeRoy Heegeman (JP) 75-86—161 Bob Hagenslck (M) 80-81—161 Gordon Butke (M) 79-82—161 Ron Eitel (M) 78-83—161 Tom Fitzgerald (RCC) 75-86—161 Rich McGulre (RCC) .......82-80—162 Ray Goodsell (RCC) 78-84—162 Tom Hagenslck (M) 81-85—166 Harold Knuth (M) 78-88—166 South Hills Club Host to Meet (Turn to Page 3D, Col. 8) Tee Times 10:00 — Bill Rossman, Harold Knuth, Ray Goodsell. 10:07 — Tom Hagenslck, Rich Mc­ Gulre, Dan Hornak. 10:14 — Tom Fitzgerald, Gordon Butke. LeRoy Heegeman. 10:21 — Ron Eitel, Bill Johnson, Scott Goodsell. 10:28 — Bob Hagenslck, Ralph Falcone, Dave Anderson. 10:35 — Chris Long, Tom Miller, Sam Youghourtjian. 10:42 — Gordon Lueckfeld, Steve Wadewltz, Steve KUmck. 10:49 — Gary Swlden, Ernie Posto­ rlno, Russ Valley. 10:56 — Lance McHk, Bruce Hansen, Al Hagoplan. 11:03 — Wally Madsen, Matt Qulnn, Clayton Venne. 11:10 — Rex Capwell, LeRoy May, John Bahr. 11:17 — Earl Whipple, Greg Lamb, John Salerno. 11:25 — Bob Silver, Nick Demos, Gary Lehmann. 11:32 — Jack Nelson, Bob Madsen, Wally Luka. 11:39 — Gary Goodsell, Gary Sorenson, Paul Loth, —Journal-Times Photo These were menibers of the "gal-lery" which watched the second round of the Tri- Course Metro Golf Tourney Saturday at Racine Country Club. South Hills Country Club (formerly the Golfbowl) will be host to a state women's publinx match play golf tournament July 19-21. Starting field of 104 will include two dozen Racine golfers. Entry is limited to woman golfers who are currently active member of a public links golf club and have handicaps not exceeding 35. The field will be divided into 13 flights of eight players, based on handicap. Losers of first round matches will continue play on the second and third days, becoming eligible for low net medal play prizes. Johnson Park will send the largest group (11) to the new tourney. Entered from there are Fern Sorensen, Carrie Seeger, Marge Anderson, Jean Aceto, Gen Dickert, Marie Juadis, June Kopecky, Ellen Wolff, Edel Colt, Jennie Adams, and Betty Stiber Shoop Park will have Norma Janecky, Betty Smith, Eleanor Seymour, Clara Repa, Audrey Cole, Lois Ritchey, and Helen Richards in the competition, while Washington Park has entered Tis Erdmann, Stella Green, Marge Liebum, Loiuse Montgomery, Betty Hansen, and Lorraine Widmaier. Five-man teams from each club will compete for a traveling team trophy. Homers Saturday NATIONAL LEAGUE Alou, Braves (13) Jones, Braves (15) Boyer, Cards (8) Bailey, Cubs (3) Lefebvre, Dodgers (5) Davenport, Giants (3) Morgan, Astros 2 (10) Lewis, Mets, (10) AMERICAN LEAGUE Hansen, White Sox (7) Robinson, White Sox (8) Versalles. Twins (») Repoz, Yanks (5) Lopez, Yanks (5) Boyer. Yanks i») Hosarlo, Athletics (2) Causey, Athletics (1) Cosger, Red Sox (2) Kirkland, Senators (B) RELEASE SMITH PITTSBURGH —UP)— The Pittsburgh Pirates said Saturday they have asked for waivers on Hal Smith, a Pirate coach who went on the active list July 1 after the club's three regular catchers were injured, 'i

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