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2D RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Sunday, July 11, 1965 MIUOR LEAGUE STATISTICS Batting Averages and Pitching Records BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (Complete through games of Friday night) National League CtOB BATTING AB R H HR Pet. Pittsburgh 3951 36S 803 63 .372 Clnclnn»tl 3865 437 777 9S .371 Milwaukee 2703 363 720 B7 .368 St.. Louis 3913 370 733 58 .253 Fhlladelphia 2776 336 100 7a .353 San Francisco 3756 323 693 70 .351 Los Angeles 2868 318 702 42 .345 Chicago 2876 337 692 69 .241 Houston 2847 315 667 52 .234 New York 2815 273 644 60 .229 INDIVIDVAL BATTING . . (13S or more at bats) AB B H HRRb! Pet. 50 103 2 37 .339 20 57 7 57 96 23 60 102 13 62 90 18 53 102 7 38 82 17 Clemente, Pitt Coleman. Cln Mays, SP Allen, Phi Aaron, Mil C'denon. Pgh Torre, Mil Carty, Mil J. Alou. SP Vlrdon, Pgh Gonzalez. Phi Fairly, LA Robinson, Cln Flood, StL Rojas, Phi Hose, Cln Johnson, Phi Plnson, Cln McCovey, SP Cardenas, Cin 301 168 285 308 274 314 257 1S6 316 265 173 315 303 304 254 345 135 346 262 295 22 46 38 24 44 66 40 45 Kranepool, NY 271 Wynn, Htn 282 •Williams, Chi 338 Alou, Mil 266 BtargcU, Pgh 271 White, StL 280 Johnson, LA 175 Johnson, Cln 308 Boiling, Mil 262 McCarver. StL 227 Brock, StL 313 Harper, Cln 318 Banks, Chi 315 Mazcroskl, Pgh 187 pRgllaroni, Pgh 188 Gagllano, St.L 193 Gilliam, LA 138 Morgan, Htn, 311 Bmlth, NY 238 Hart, SP ^. 306 Altman, Chi 140 Bond, Htn 297 Mota, Pgh 145 Wills, LA 330 Landrum, Chi 177 Groat. St.L 313 Jones, Mil 234 Santo, Chi 320 Aspro 'ntP. Htn 30B 82 18 93 7 77 3 63 102 3 15 40 4 53 102 13 47 77 19 86 6 79 7 82 11 98 12 77 12 78 21 80 U SO 6 87 15 74 3 64 7 88 6 89 10 88 13 35 27 45 58 33 39 44 27 46 30 26 50 Boyer, St. 302 322 256 286 141 171 144 277 220 180 189 210 304 263 247 217 173 152 264 259 238 341 305 139 279 261 285 213 164 249 246 189 655 36 69 67 47 47 52 76 65 15 61 2 53 IS 42 5 Callison, Phi Lewis, NY Parker, LA Perez, Cln Edwards, Cln Davenport, SP W. Davis, LA Clemens, Chi Mayc, Htn Haller, SP Taylor, Phi 3alley, Pgh Btuart, Phi Chrlstop'r, NT Bwoboda, NY Oliver, Mil Javier, StL Alley, Pgh Roseboro, LA M.Alou, SP Beckert, Chi McMillan, NY Covington, Phi Mathews. Mil Lanier, SF Lefebvre, LA Staub, Hous Tracewskl, LA Schorield, SP Lillis, Hous Brand, Hous Amaro, Phil Dalrymple, Phil 149 Cannlzzaro, NY 157 Klaus, NY 225 Hickman, NY 171 Grand Slam Home son and Perez. Cincinnati; Stuart and Allan, Philadelphia; Mathews ,»nd Jones, Milwaukee; Rodgers, Pittsburgh. PITCHING (Seven or more deelilani) IP B BB So W L 159 119 33 125 13 7 127 93 23 61 8 a 71 4S 26 56 4 4 160 119 33 185 14 41 24 18 28 21 52 28 32 19 34 22 46 23 28 37 49 33 42 44 41 43 18 25 18 30 26 23 16 28 40 28 19 31 22 24 24 23 24 42 23 17 40 21 27 19 15 29 20 17 33 5 13 20 16 47 83 62 14 84 17 81 4 79 7 84 17 66 9 73 3 36 « 43 11 33 11 64 16 59 0 38 59 64 35 60 48 19 27 14 21 49 59 39 18 31 9 E2 46 30 37 41 45 41 66 37 26 65 26 36 36 37 64 23 31 30 13 23 28 45 20 35 12 14 31 37 35 47 30 41 60 29 24 35 29 13 30 33 35 IS 30 31 45 24 37 19 15 25 36 15 17 32 27 47 16 28 30 19 13 11 23 11 10 4 8 17 .339 .337 .331 ,328 .325 .319 .308 .307 .306 .306 ,305 ,305 .303 .303 .206 .296 .295 .294 .292 .292 .291 .200 .289 .288 .286 .286 .283 .283 .283 .281 .380 .279 .278 .277 .275 .275 .373 ,273 .271 .271 .269 .269 .267 .266 .265 .265 .263 .263 .262 .261 .358 .255 .255 .251 .250 .249 .249 .248 .249 .248 .247 .247 .247 .244 .243 .243 .343 .239 .239 .335 .330 .230 .329 .226 .225 .225 .220 .217 .207 .206 .206 .195 .185 .182 .181 American League Boston Cleveland Minnesota Chicago Kansas City Baltimore Detroit New York Los Angeles Washington CLUB BATTING AB B H 2769 2681 2700 2677 2509 2744 2675 2827 2690 2776 334 347 374 305 268 327 353 334 261 308 706 686 678 647 600 654 636 668 629 609 HR 88 85 88 62 50 67 78 74 54 SO Pet, .256 .256 .251 .242 .239 .238 .238 .236 .234 .210 INDIVIDUAL BATTING (13K or more at bats) AB R H HR Rbl Pet. Yastr2'skl,Bos Hall, Minn Davalillo, Cle Mantilla, Bos Battey, Minn, Horton, Det Robinson, Bal Colavlto, Cle Wagner, Cle Kallne, Det McAuliffe, Det Jones, Bos Ward, Chi Whlfield, Cle Thomas, Bos Blefary, Bal Landis, KC Buford. Chi Tresh. NY Adeock. LA AIvls, Cle Ollva, Minn Skowron, Chi Howard, Was Rlch'dson, NY 284 Pepltonc. NY 284 Cardenal. LA Harrelson. KC Killebrew.Min 203 274 307 282 169 242 244 287 292 249 291 184 233 193 282 109 165 252 328 166 283 320 287 284 Boyer, NY Allison, Minn Snyder. Bal Cater, Chi Fregosl, LA Green, Bos Johnson, Bal Charles, KC Conigliaro,Bos Adair, Bal W.Smlth, LA Demcter, Det McMul'n, Was Ca'panerls.KC Hlnton, Cle Brown, Cle Gonzalez. Cle Causey, KC Pearson, LA Robinson, Chi Lumpe, Det H'shberger .KC Romano, Chi Bressoud, Boa Green, KC Knoop, LA Brandt, Bal Orslno, Bal Mantle, NY Versalles, Min Wert, Del Marls, NY RoUlns, Mln Slebern, Bal Howser. Cle Lopez, NY Held, Was Powell, Bal Hansen, Chi Aparlclo, Bal Lock, Was Tillman, Boa Azcue, Cle Bla'game, Was Bryan. KC Schaal. LA Coleman, Pln- Marlchal, SP Law, Pitt Bolln, SP Koufax, LA McDanlel, Chi Farrell, Hous Raymond, Hous 73 Owens, Hous McBean. Pitt Osteen, LA O'Dell, Mil Shaw, SP Veale, Pitt Maloney, Cln Miller, LA Gibson, StL Drysdale, LA Bunnlng, Phil EUsworfii. Chi Gulp, Phil Stallard, StL Herbert, Phil Podres, LA 52 70 63 38 30 91 36 81 78 3 29 119 105 21 66 11 50 37 18 61 58 31 157 127 38 64 52 20 104 88 26 148 117 49 137 133 105 49 126 10 63 50 16 43 4 163 132 58 ISO 10 163 129 38 120 12 137 139 34 123 10 116 113 31 57 9 81 70 40 107 02 39 83 92 12 08 89 33 Bla5lng -me,Mtl 125 100 63 Short. Phil 45 53 26 45 71 •"/oodeshlck-StL 50 . )hnson, Mil 116 lllis, Cin Bruce. Hous Simmons, StL Jay, Cin Schwall, Pitt Buhl, Chi Friend, Pitt Washburn. StL Cardwell, Pitt Fisher. NY Krell. NY McCool, Cin Dierker, Hous Perry, sr Sanford, SP Clonlnger. Mil Koonce, Chi Bpahn, NY Roebuck, Phil Herbel, BF Nott'bart, Hous Tsitouris, Cin Olusti, Hous Jackson, NY Jackson, Chi Belinsky, Phil Sadowski, Mil Gibbon, Pitt Mahaffey, Phil Purkey, StL Lemaster. Mil Sadeckl, StL O'Toole, Cin 137 121 48 107 10 57 36 57 40 41 44 43 47 56 67 51 28 98 32 136 110 59 131 139 21 123 136 34 89 76 36 34 44 13 119 113 34 119 121 14 66 66 16 110 110 26 124 121 34 71 67 30 47 42 21 68 70 12 133 120 41 110 75 72 21 36 133 111 83 108 109 35 125 134 34 32 39 11 80 80 22 85 93 30 84 84 41 82 79 25 105 116 28 120 137 29 79 70 32 49 16 60 21 69 20 98 20 78 38 91 29 83 31 30 5 75 7 87 12 95 54 3 7 4 82 10 54 6 49 67 51 81 72 74 69 56 20 50 tl 67 67 66 62 20 41 36 35 60 33 43 Era 6.64 • 1.70 4 2.03 3 2.14 4 2.31 2 2.34 3 3.34 4 2.34 5 2.36 10 2.52 4 2.53 6 2.60 6 2.61 4 2.71 4 2.72 7 2.76 8 3.76 5 3.76 3 2.78 5 2.89 3 3.03 4 3.07 5 3.12 « 3.17 « 3.22 5 3.24 4 3.34 3 3.38 6 10 3.44 S 8 3.44 2 3.44 3 3.44 7 3.55 7 3.55 5 3.55 2 3.60 10 3.63 5 3.68 5 3.83 4 3.84 7 3.02 3 3.96 7 4.00 7 4.08 11 4.10 3 4.22 5 4.28 6 4.34 5 4.36 4 4.39 11 4.54 10 4.96 5 5 .01 6 6.61 7 5.91 5 6.00 6 6.11 7 6,13 7 6.81 8 6.91 King, Was Llnz. NY Kubck, NY Mathews, KC Rodgers. LA Berry, Chi Preehan, Det Malzone, Bos Cash, Det McCraw, Chi Brlnkman.Was 247 Camllll, Was 136 Kindall, Mln 214 Bowens, Bal 145 305 201 280 261 217 146 275 318 243 137 287 307 295 265 220 310 307 215 141 151 235 195 297 245 213 149 178 204 182 157 187 187 334 287 151 233 148 238 150 182 253 282 310 221 222 100 233 149 258 165 100 180 162 234 219 192 177 179 140 37 45 38 30 15 39 33 51 56 45 61 25 35 17 42 32 24 41 64 16 63 55 37 30 27 27 39 28 61 37 35 18 33 30 61 17 34 41 25 32 25 41 33 27 17 19 37 26 35 38 12 15 19 27 21 21 27 36 53 40 31 27 24 36 14 25 26 24 38 31 la 7 24 14 24 25 28 14 16 20 32 19 15 30 19 21 11 23 11 69 88 50 74 74 8S 87 74 86 54 68 56 80 56 46 70 91 46 81 88 79 78 93 77 82 54 75 70 56 39 73 84 64 36 70 80 77 69 57 80 79 55 36 38 59 49 74 61 63 37 44 SO 44 38 45 45 80 69 36 55 35 56 35 42 58 64 69 49 49 42 51 32 65 35 40 38 34 49 45 39 36 36 28 48 26 40 22 11 16 5 12 3 20 6 20 15 14 10 2 5 9 14 13 1 5 12 7 15 12 11 13 1 9 8 8 15 8 12 0 10 6 7 4 4 16 3 10 6 12 3 8 2 3 0 3 7 2 2 6 S 6 3 5 8 11 8 4 8 4 6 1 4 10 5 6 6 8 b 1 1 6 9 9 2 2 1 1 1 5 0 6 2 4 3 4 3 41 60 34 59 23 58 25 61 43 51 36 19 27 34 43 40 15 17 36 22 43 46 39 48 27 38 32 30 49 28 34 16 33 29 19 16 33 38 33 36 29 33 22 29 10 13 8 13 27 24 22 15 15 19 12 14 33 36 41 19 26 18 20 4 21 30 30 38 28 19 22 21 10 21 29 27 12 22 11 21 13 25 12 23 11 22 13 24 12 .340 .321 .319 .316 .314 .306 .303 .300 .298 .297 .296 .293 .292 .290 .284 .281 .279 .278 .277 .277 .276 .275 .275 .275 .274 .271 .269 .269 .268 .268 .267 .267 .265 .264 .263 .263 .262 .261 .261 .260 .269 .258 .257 .256 .256 .252 .261 .251 .249 .249 .249 .248 .247 .245 .242 .242 .241 .241 .240 .240 .238 .237 .236 .235 .233 .231 .229 .227 .223 .222 .221 .221 .210 .215 .213 .212 .211 .211 .210 .209 .206 .203 ,203 .201 .200 .194 .191 .187 .152 Richey Pulls Upset in Beating Ralston MILWAUKEE — i/P) Stocky Cliff Richey of Dallas ranked No. 11 in U.S. tennis, pulled off a major upset Saturday when he defeated Dennis Ralston, the nation's top Grand Slam Homers— Mantilla. Boston: McCraw, Chicago; Green, Kansas City: Pepltone and Mantle, New York; Hinton and Whitfield, Cleveland; Howard and Lock, Washington; Freeban, Detroit: Pascual, Minnesota, PITCHING (ScTCn or more decisions) IP H BB So W L Era Fisher, Chi 91 57 19 54 0 3 1.29 S.MIllcr, Bal 68 31 15 51 6 3 1.37 Worth'gt'n.Mln 35 22 15 17 5 3 1.54 Pappas, Bal 124 88 24 70 9 3 1.74 Kaat, Min 136 118 28 59 7 7 2.18 McDowell, ClB 120 77 68 156 B 5 2.25 Brunet, LA 82 64 34 67 5 6 2.30 Pox, Det 35 21 17 14 4 3 2.31 Lee, LA 65 48 27 48 6 4 2.36 Hall, Bal 49 36 2 42 7 2 2.39 Slebert, Cle 87 61 28 90 9 4 2.48 RIchert, Was 97 77 30 77 5 7 2.51 Horlen, Chi 112 96 14 57 7 5 2.57 Lopez, LA 126 98 44 77 9 7 2.50 Terry, Cle 119 94 15 60 9 3 2.72 Stottrmyre,NY 144 121 40 79 9 5 2.76 John, Chi 83 71 23 S3 7 3 2.82 Buzhardt, Chi 92 80 25 55 7 3 3.03 Stafford, NY 80 66 25 61 3 4 3.04 Pascual, Mln 112 88 43 69 8 2 3.05 Roberts, Bal 105 98 18 69 5 7 3.09 Downing, NY 107 93 66 88 8 8 3.11 Howard, Chi 86 71 44 66 4 5 3.14 Agulrre, Det 114 91 32 74 9 4 3.16 Grant, Min 122 115 20 61 9 2 3.17 Lonborg, Bos 102 96 32 61 5 0 3.18 McLain, Det 104 100 34 96 7 3 3.20 Newman, LA 140 113 40 53 8 7 3.21 May, LA 92 74 54 68 4 7 3.23 Boswell, Min 33 68 26 68 6 4 3.26 Monb'q'te.Bos 124 125 21 57 7 10 3.34 Lollch, Det 126 116 37 116 9 4 3.36 Barber, Bal 85 80 36 51 7 6 3.39 Sparma. Det 74 67 38 60 6 3 3.41 Talbot. KC 106 fll 45 61 6 6 3.48 Tiant, Cle 100 84 37 64 7 3 3.51 Bunker, Bal 89 81 21 38 5 4 3.64 Ford, NY 110 113 38 74 10 7 3.68 McNally. Bal 85 80 39 43 3 4 3.71 Peters. Chi 06 100 31 46 5 7 3.84 O'Don'ghue.KC 93 98 30 36 4 12 3.97 Wilson, Bos 117 105 37 89 6 6 4.15 Chance. LA 100 101 49 65 5 4 4.32 Ortega, Was Morencad. Bos 109 09 47 54 8 8 4.38 Ortega, Was Morencad. Bos 88 79 69 72 4 8 4.SO Daniels, Was 79 93 30 29 5 9 4.56 Krallck, Cle 47 57 11 16 2 7 4.60 Wlck'rsham,Det 94 100 35 48 1 8 4.98 Narum, Was 86 02 56 51 4 9 5.13 Bouton, NY 104 100 41 66 4 9 5.28 Segui, KC 97 97 44 74 4 10 6.20 Koplitz, Was 52 52 24 33 3 4 5.37 Radatz. Bos 56 53 22 60 4 6 5.46 Pena, Det 44 49 15 35 1 6 5.03 Fairly, Dodgers Hand Pirates 8 to 4 Defeat PITTSBURGH —i/P)— Ron Fairly drove in four runs, including three in a six-run fifth-inning explosion, as the Los Angeles Dodgers whipped Pittsburgh 8-4 Saturday. The victory moved the Dodgers within three percentage points of the National League - leading Cincinnati Reds, who played Milwaukee in a night game. Don Drysdale brought his record to 13-8 although he left the game in the sixth inning after the Pirates scored a run with two out on Jim Paglia- roni's single, a wild pitch, a walk and a double by Bob Bailey. The Dodgers scored two runs in the first inning on Maury Wills' single, a double by Jim Gilliam, a sacrifice bunt and Fairly's sacrifice fly. They put the game away in the fifth. Jim Lefebvre started the uprising with a home run, and the Dodgers loaded the bases on Drysdale's double, Wills' single and a walk to Willie Davis. Fairly followed with a bases-clearing double and later scored on Lou Johnson's single. amateur, in the semi-finals o; the Western Open Touma ment 5-7, 6-4, 8-6, 6-2. Richey will meet Marty Riessen of Evanston, 111., in today's finals. Riessen, 10th ranked, defeated unseeded John Pickens of Tuscaloosa Ala., 6-2, 6-3, 6-1. In women's singles semifinals Nancy Richey, older sister of Cliff and the nation's No, 1 woman player, defeated 16-year-old Rosemary Casals of San Francisco 6-1, 6-3. Miss Richey will face Carole Caldwell Graebner, third ranked player from Beechwood, Ohio, in the finals. Mrs. Graebner stopped Julie Helman, defending champion from New York City, 6-2, 6-4. Richey was sent running constantly in defense of R a 1 s t o n's placements, but came back with many difficult returns. Ralston, of Bakersfield, Calif., won the first game of the final set in convincing fashion but Richey won four straight points to take the second game. Richey won the third. Ralston scrambled to take the fourth, but Richey smashed out four straight winning games to sweep the match. In women's semi-final doubles, Mrs. Graebner and Miss Richey defeated Roberta Allison of Alexander City, Ala., and Stephanie de Fina of Hollywood, Fla., 6-2, 6-2. Miss Heldman and Miss Casals defeated Kathy Harter of Seal Beach, Calif., and Alice Tym of Peoria, 111., 6-1, 6-2. Los Anccles— 8 Pittsburgh— 4 abrh ab r h WiUs.ss 5 2 2 Bailey,3b 5 0 2 Gilliam,3b 4 1 2 Vlrdon,cf 3 0 1 Kennedy,3b 1 0 0 Mota.cf 1 0 0 W.Davis,cf 2 1 1 Clem'nte.rf 5 0 2 Pairly,rf 3 1 1 Stargell.lf 4 0 3 Ros'boro.c 4 1 0 Cl'nden'n.lb 5 1 2 Johnson,If 4 0 1 Maz'oskl,2b 5 0 2 Parker,lb 3 0 0 AUey .Es 4 0 0 Lefebvre.2b 4 1 2 Pagii'onl.c 3 2 1 Drysdale,p P.ran'ski.p 3 1 1 Cardwell.p 1 0 1 Drysdale,p P.ran'ski.p 1 0 0 Sisk.p Rodgers,ph 1 1 1 1 0 1 Totals 34 8 10 Totals 39 4 16 Los Angeles 200 060 000—8 Pittsburgh 010 Oil 100—4 E — Alley, Lefebvre. DP — Los Angeles 2, Pittsburgh 1. LOB — Los Angeles 4, Pittsburgh 11. RBI — Gilliam, Fairly 4, Johnson, Lefebvre, Parker, Bailey 2, Clemente, Mazeroskl. 2B — Gilliam, Stargell, Drysdale, Clemente, Bailey, Clendenon, Mazeroskl. HR — Lefebvre (5). SB — W, Davis, a — W. Davis. SP — Fairly. IP H R ER BB SO Drysdale W,13-8 5% 11 3 3 2 4 Perranoski 3'/a 5 1 1 1 1 Cardwell L,8-3 4 1 4 4 1 2 Wood I'/'a 2 4 3 1 0 Bisk : 2% 10 0 12 McBean 1 0 0 0 0 2 in 6th. Cardwell faced two men WP — Drysdale. T — 2:57. A—14,880. Marichol Gets No. 14 with Two-hit Shutout PHILADELPHIA — iJP) — San Francisco's Juan Marl- chal became the majors' second 14-game winner Saturday night, checking Philadelphia 7-0 on two hits for his seventh shutout of the season. Willie Mays, the Giants' $105,000-a-year center fielder, and Philadelphia catcher Pat Corrales were injured in a first inning collision at home plate. Both were taken to a hospital, but X-rays were negative, Marichal, bringing his record to 14-7, was tagged for a McHenry Driver Wins at Wilmot WILMOT —- Dwayne Harris of McHenry, 111., won the 25-lap feature race at the Wilmot Speedway Saturday night, Roger Otto of Burlington was second. Winner of the 15-lap semi- feature was Russ Reynolds of Racine. Reynolds also was a lO'hp heat winner, Fastest qualifier was Bill Bohn, Bristol, at 55.25 miles an hour. Harris averaged 54.35. Spectator division winner vf&s Dale Coates, Round Lake, 111. Juan More San Francis J.Alou.rf Davenp't.ss McCovcy,lb Burda.lb Mays.cf Hend'son.cf Haller.o Hart.3t> G'br's'n.lf Lanler.2b Marichal,p Totals CO— 7 Philadelphia—fl ab r h ab r h 5 0 1 Brlggs.cf 3 0 0 4 1 1 Roias,2b 4 0 1 4 0 0 Callison.rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 Allen,3b 3 0 0 1 1 1 Gonzalez.lf 3 0 1 4 1 3 Stuart.lb 3 0 0 5 1 1 WIne.s.s 3 0 0 3 2 2 Corrales,c 0 0 0 1 0 0 Taylor,2b Culp.p Belinsky.p 3 0 0 4 1 3 Taylor,2b Culp.p Belinsky.p 0 0 0 3 0 1 Taylor,2b Culp.p Belinsky.p 1 0 0 H'n't'nph 1 0 0 Cov't'n.ph 1 0 0 34 7 VZ Tolils 29 « 2 400 000 000 000 fl;«>—000—0 San Franrisco . Philadelphia E— Allen, Corrales. DP—Philadelphia 3. LOB—San Francisco 7, Philadelphia 3. RBI—J. Alou. Davenport. Henderson. Hart, Lanier 2. 2B—Hart. SB- Gonzalez. HR—Davenport 2. SB- Henderson. S—Marichal, Gabrielson. 8F—Gabrlelson. IP Marichal W, 14-7 9 Gulp L. 6-6 1 Belinsky 5 Baldschun 3 ER BB SO 0 15 1 1 1 0 2 2 3 1 1 WP—Belinsky. T—2:47. A— 32,301. Lions Blast Two Teams Racine Lions found the going good on their Saturday road trip blasting out twin wins, 13-1 over Portage at Portage and 9-2 over Wisconsin Dells at the latter place. The Racine club is now 15-3 for the year. The Lions hammered out 15 hits against Portage, Craig Johnson leading the attack with a homer And a double and Bud Thoune, Dexter Baker and Jim Hansen connecting for doubles. A seven-run fifth inning iced the decision with the Thoune and Johnson doubles highlighting a six-hit barrage. Dan Hiott pitched four-hit ball, fanning nine men to pick up the win. Against Wisconsin Dells Dave Christman pitched three- hit ball and set down 16 men via strikeouts while walking five men. He had a no-hitter going for four and two-thirds innings before Tom Tessman got the first hit off his offerings. Although held to eight hits, the Lions again counted doubles from Rocky Falaschi and Johnson and a triple by Ken Wagner in their attack. The big inning for the Lions was the six-run fourth; coming about on three hits, singles by Thoune, Hansen, and Johnson's double mixed in with two errors, a pair of fielder's choices, Falaschi's sacrifice and a hit batsman and wild pitch. Giles Derides Milwaukee CINCINNATI —m— "Irresponsible and uncouth statements" have not aided Milwaukee's image in the city's efforts to retain major league baseball, National League President Warren Giles said Saturday. The image being created in Milwaukee this year by statements and by attendance has not been the image that we all felt would be created," Giles said. He added, "The irresponsible and uncouth statements that have been made in Milwaukee haven't helped. And if you are going to ask, do I mean Grobschmidt, you can draw your own conclusions." Milwaukee County Board Chairman Eugene Grobschmidt dismissed the Braves owners' offer of $500,000 for permission for a mid-season move to Atlanta with the comment: "To . . .with 'em." He later questioned whether the Braves were playing up to their capabilities. Yqnks Halt Twins after Nine Games MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL (JP) ~ Clete Boyer halted Min nesota's winning streak at nine games, clouting a grand slam home run in the eighth inning that gave the New York Yankees an 8-6 victory over the American League leading Twins Saturday night Minnesota won the opener of the day-night doubleheader 4-1 behind Zoilo Versalles two-run homer. The Yankees, behind 5-4 loaded the bases in the eighth inning of the second game against reliever Dick Stigman with singles by Roger Repoz his fourth hit of the game, and Ray Barker plus a walk to Hector Lopez. Johnny Klippstein relieved Stigman to face Boyer, who hit the second pitch 365 feet over the left field fence. New York tagged starter Jim Grant for four runs and Slow Down —AP Wlrephoto Clete Boyer (6) and New York Yankee teammate Phil Linz ganged up on a foul pop-up by Tony Ollva of the Twins in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader. Boyer made the catch with one arm around Linz' neck. New York—1 Rlch'son,2b Lin)S,ss Man tie, ph Tresh,lf Howard,c Pepitone,lb Lopez,rf Boyer,3b Repoz,cf Pord.p Barker,3b FIRST GAME abrh, 4 1 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 4 0 1 4 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 IMInnesota— 4 IV'aalles.ss tRolllns,3b Mlncher,lb 011va,rt Klllebrew,lb Battey.c V'ld'pino,ph Zim'man,c Hall ,ir Nossek.cf Klndall ,2b Perry,p Totals New York Minnesota 32 1 4 abrh 4 2 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 2 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 1 3 1 3 0 2 0 0 31 41ft 000—1 01 Ellsworth Gets No. 10, Cubs Stop Cards 5-3 CHICAGO — W») — D i c k Ellsworth, supported by Don Kessinger's two - run triple and Ed Bailey's bases-empty homer, recorded his 10th victory Saturday as the Chicago Cubs defeated St. Louis 5-3. Ellsworth, 10-4, held the world champions to a pair of singles until the sixth when they spoiled his shutout. He wound up with a seven-hitter Carl Warwick, batting for starter Ray Washburn, led off the sixth with a double and after two outs went to second on Curt Flood's controversial hit to third baseman Ron Santo. Santo speared the ball with his bare hand and rifled it to first, but Flood was called safe by umpire Tom Gorman. Ellsworth was so heated that his next pitch to Ken Boyer was wild, and Warwick scored. The Cubs scored three times in the second. Santo doubled and came home when Dick Groat threw past first base on George Altman's grounder. A double by Bailey sent Altman to third, and both runners scored on Kessinger's triple to the left field wall. Bailey's home, his second of the season, came in the fourth. All the Way? singer 2. 2B —Santo, Bailey, Uecker. 3B—Kesslnger. HR—Bailey Boyer (8). BF " Warwick, _ lalley (2), Landrum. IP H R ER BB SO Washburn L, S-8 5 5ft 4 1 1 Brlles 1 0 0 0 0 3 Schultz 2 0 0 0 1 2 Ellsworth W, 10-4 S 7 3 3 0 3 WP—Washburn, Ellsworth. FB—Bailey. T— 2:07. A—18,208. A's Snap Losing String by Tipping Tigers 4-3 8i. Louia—S Qiglianclf Oroat.ss Plood,cf Boyer,3b Whlte,lb Shannon,r{ Uecker,c Buchek,2b Washb'n,p Warwlck,ph Skinner,ph abrh 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 2 4 1 1 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 1 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 Chicago—B Beckert,2b Landrum,cf Wmiams,rf Santo,3b Bank8,lb Altman, If Stewart,!/ Iailey,c Kes'ger,ss [El'gw'th,p 34 3 7 abrh 4 0 0 2 1 : « 0 I 4 1 1 4 0 0 3 10 0 0 0 3 2 3 3 0 1 3 0 0 Totals St. Louis Chicago E—Groat. DP—Chicago 1. LOB—St. Louis 4, Chicago 3. RBI—Boyer, Buchek, Total! ...000 OSO 001 110 .10 5 5 101 —3 OOx—5 Baile Kes- Totals .. nno 001 000 0.S0 E—Klllebrew. DP—New York 2. LOB —New York 5, Minnesota 6. RBI—Tresh, Versalles 2, Valdesplno, Perry. 2B— Nossek, Tresh. HR—Versalles (»). s— Perry. IP H R ER BB SO Ford L, 10-8 ...7 7 3 3 1 " Ramos 1 3 1 1 0 Perry W, 6-0 ...8 4 1 0 1 Worthlngton ...1 0 0 0 0 PB— Ifoward. T— 2:19. A—38,484, New York— a Rieh'son,2b Llncsa P»pltone,rf Howard.c Ropez,ct Lopez.lf Mose'llto,lf Barker, lb Boyer,3b Bt'Vm're.p aibb«,ph Mlkk'fen,p SECOND GAME abrh; 8 1 1 6 0 3 5 0 1 6 0 0 8 3 4 3 3 1 0 0 0 6 1 31 * 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Oi Total! New York Minneiota—« V'riallei.ii Ollva.rf Hall.cf Xtllebrew ,3b Mlnoher.lb V'WpJno,!! Klntntll.Sb AIlen,8b %im'man,c Rollin8,ph 8evclk,c arant,p Nossek,ph •brb 6 3 3 6 I 6 1 1 6 1 1 (1 : 4 0 3 3 0 1 3 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 41 8 13| Totali 020 lOO Minneiota 100 040 E r— Valdesplno, Howard, Kindall. LOB — New York 8, sota 10, RBI — Linz, Repoz, Lopez, Barker, Boyer 4. Hall, Mlncher 3, Valdesplno 2. 2B — Versalles, Hall, Barker. 3B — Mlncher, Repoz. HR — Repoz (8), Lopez (5), Boyer (8). SB — Ollva, Richardson. IP H Stottlemyre .. .8 10 Mlkk'sen W,3-4 2% 3 Hamilton Va 1 Orant m S Stigman L,2-l .. % 3 Kllppateln 1 3 Nelson 1 0 T — 3:51. A — 38,084, 41 8 14 140 —8 001—e Mlncher, , Mlnne- ER BBSO 4 2 2 Willie Kirkland's Bat Gives Senators Triumph nine hits, including bilses-emp- ty homers by Repoz and Lopez, before he went out in the seventh. The Twins slugged Mel Stottlemyre for five runs on nine hits in the first five innings. Don Mincher's bases- loaded triple was the key blow of a four-run rally in the fifth which wiped out a 3-1 Yankee lead. The Twins beat Whitey Ford, now 10-8, in the opener. Astros Rout Warren Spahn; May Be Finale NEW YORK —{JP)— The Houston Astros kayoed aged left-hander Warren Spahn early Saturday and belted the New York Mets 10-1 with a 19-hit attack, giving them nine victories in 10 games with the National League tailenders this season. Houston pinned the 44- year-old Spahn with his eighth straight loss and 11th of the year, routing him in the second inning of what might well be his last start as a Met. The veteran southpaw, also the Mets' pitching coach, is expected to become a reliever after his repeated failures in the starting rotation. Joe Morgan was the only ongrange hitter in the Astro offense with a pair of homers off New York relievers. Lee Maye, Jim Wynn, Bob Lillis and Rusty Staub each had three of Houston's 17 singles. Every Astro starter, including winning pitcher Dick Farrell, got a hit except Walt Bond, who walked twice and was hit by a pitch. The Astros reached Spahn 'or four singles and a walk the first inning, scoring three times, and chased him in the second when the first two men singled. Morgan's homers gave hijn seven in his last 10 games. Farrell, a selection for Tuesday's All-Star game, went the first six innings. He allowed five hits, including Johnny Lewis' homer in the second. in KANSAS CITY — (JP) Mike Hershberger led off the ninth inning with a triple and scored on Rene Lachemann's fly ball, giving Kansas City a 4-3 victory over Detroit Saturday night. The triumph ended the Ath- Tony Gonzalez triple off the scoreboard in right center field with one out in the second. Gonzalez remained on third base as Marichal struck out Dick Stuart and got Bobby Wine on a grounder. Marichal then retired 13 in order before allowing a sixth inning walk. Cookie Rojas singled with two out in the ninth for the Phillies' other hit. The high - kicking right - hander struck out six and walked just one a^ he joined Sandy Koufax of the Los Angeles Dodgers as the majors' only 14- game winners. T Baclne Falaschi.ss Krogh,2b R'neriid,2b,ss Thoune,lb LaPour,lb Johnson,cf Baker.K HanEen,c Hlott.p Wagner,rf Carothcrs.rf Heinkel.3b Totals Lions Portaje Lions— 13 ab r h 3 0 1 1 6 1 3 3 0 0 4 1 4 2 3 2 4 1 3 1 1 0 1 3 1 1 Portage—1 Kavele,3b Wheeler ,BS,c Te5sman,p,ss Thoma8 ,c,ct Hanele,lb Burmeister,lf Devlne.rf Murphy.cf Bffcnhagen.p iBartells.2b Chappell,2b ab rh 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 :I3 13 I5| Totals ...0',M .010 07'.' 000 •iS I 4 I—13 0— 1 Baclne Lions—9 Falaschi,s.'i R'gner'd.2b,3b 4 Thoune.lb Johnson,cf Baker.lf LaPour.lf Hansen,c Wagner.c HioU.rf Carother6,rf Christman,p Hcinkel.3b Krogh.2b Totals Lions Wis, Dells abrh 3 1 1 3 Ol 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 28 8 8 Wli. Dells—2 Hamburg,2b Delmore.rf.p iBurkholtz.cI Lucke.ss Neab8uer,3b,c Helmar.cSb Johnson,cf,p D.Heltman.Vf Qeorgesoii.lf 8wceny,lb Everson.ph Pen'gtoii.p.lb Heitmar..J.,rf ab r h 4 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 1 3 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 Totals Ill 000 •iS 9 8 600 0— 9 020 0—2 Meissner Trims Par Legs Meissner trimmed a stroke off par at Meadowbrook Country Club Saturday with a 70 in non-tournament play, the only sub-par round reported. Meadowbrook also had hole in one in weekend play as Bill Evans sank his tee shot with a 4 iron on the 17th hole. In a mixed nine-hole low net feature at Meadowbrook, Brad Pettibone and Mrs. Jean Sumi were low with 66. Jerry Anderson and Mrs. Rosemary Dill had 70 for second and Dr. George Newell and Mrs. Ruth Anderson were third at 75. MEADOWBROOK COUNTRY CLUB 70 — Less Meissner. 76 — Ralph Marltato. 77 — Arnold Strelske. 78 — George Barton. 79 — Dave Levin, Frank Mategrano, Roy Hall, Dr. E. E. Panyk. Women — 80 — Carol Sorensen. — Irma Mayer. 00 — Freldel Kundman. 91 — Irma Mayer. 93 — Ann Buffham. 94 — Betty Heln. 06 — Em Bunck, Alycc Witt. 98 — Rosalyn Kaiser. RACINE COUNTRY CLUB 74 — Dr. B. L. MacVlcar, Joe Dovorany. Beau Melik. 77 — Roy Hanson. 78 — Dr. Richard Brehm. 79 — Bill Anderson, Buss Griffith. Llndgren, Hank JOHNSON PARK 72 — Elmer Stacey, Don _ Lief Larson. 73 — Cliff Hansen, Huppel. 74 — Larry Silver, Dick VanDyke. 75 — Bob Lampman, Lou Ben criscutto. 76 — John Aroks, Harry Cooper, Harry Anderson, A! Bcbrader, lAI Christiano, Duane CBrien, Cy Buckctt. 77 — Dick colt, BUI Green Sr., Herm Osterberg. 78 — Boy Bees- man, Bill Borcnson, Milt Dovorany, Ray Venturini, Bill Reichert. 79 ~ Ossle Schuman, Frank Basil. Women — 90 — Ann Nelson. 93 — Carrie Seeger, Feme Sorensen. 95 — June Kopecky, Marge Anderson. No Mike Fright Detroit— 3 M'A'liffe.ss Preehan.c Brown.lf Thomas.rf Horton.rf Cash,lb Demeter.cf Wert.3b iOyler,2b Kaline.ph Wood.2fa McLain,p abrh 4 0 2 5 0 0 4 0 Ol 0 0 0 3 1 1 4 0 1 3 1 1 4 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 Kansas City- Ic 'pan'rls.ss Causey,2b Landls.ct Har'lson.lb Charles,3b Lockw'd,3b H'berser.rf Blanch'd.c iReynolds.lI ISheldon,p Eosario.lb |L'hem'n,ph Totals abrh 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals S5 S »| Totals -ZS 4 One out when winning run scored. Detroit 000 000 210—3 Kansas City 000 000 121—4 E-None. DP—Detroit 1, Kansas City 1. LOB—Detroit 0, Kansas City 7. RBI—McAuliffe, Kallne, Wood, Causey, Hershberger, Rosarlo, Lachemann. 2B—Cash, Charles, 3B—Causey, Hershberger 2. HR—Rosarlo 2, Causey I. BP —Lachemann. McLain 7 8 2 2 3 Sherry L 3-3 .... l 2 1 l 3 Lollch '/i 0 0 0 0 Sheldon 8 9 3 3 3 Mossi W, 3-2 ... 1 0 0 0 1 McLain faced 1 man In 8th; Sherry faced 3 men In 9th. T—2:34. A—6,080. letics' eight-game losing streak. After Hershberger tripled to right-center field, Larry Sherry walked Johnny Blanchard and Tom Reynolds intentional- y. Mickey Lolich then relieved Sherry and Lachemann promptly flyed deep to Don Demeter in center field. Detroit starter Denny McLain, seeking his seventh straight victory, ran his scoreless inning string to 20 before the Athletics scored a run in the seventh. Kansas City then tied the game 3-3 in the eighth on a pinch-hit home run by Santiago Rosario off McLain and Wayne Causey's homer off Sherry. MISS BUENO WINS DUBLIN—(^)—Maria Bueno of Brazil won the women's singles title of the Irish Tennis Championships for the second straight year Saturday by defeating Christine Truman, British Bwightman Cup player, 10-8, 6-4. WASHINGTON — (JP) — Willie Kirkland scored the go- ahead run following a double and hit his eighth home run, leading the Washington Senators to a 5-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox Saturday. Phil Ortega won his ninth game, two more than he won for the Los Angeles Dodgers all last year, but he needed relief help from Marshall Bridges and Ron Kline. The Senators scored two fast runs off Dave Morehead on a walk to Ken Hamlin, Ken McMullen's double and two infield outs. Kirkland doubled in the third and scored on a single by Jim King. Dick Nen and Don Lock also singled, producing another run and a 4-2 lead. Jim Gosger, recalled Friday by the Red Sox, hit his second homer in two games and For Sole? abrh, 5 2 2! 5 0 1 4 0 2 4 1 2 3 0 1 4 0 1 3 0 1 4 0 0! 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Washington—S Hamlin,2b |M'Mull'n,3b Kirkl'nd,U ;Klng,rf |Nen,lb Lock.cf C»mlUl,c Br'kman.ss Ortega,p ab r h 2 1 1 4 1 1 4 2 2 4 1 1 3 0 1 2 0 1 4 0 I 4 0 0 3 0 0 Boston—3 Gosger, cf Jones,3b Horton, lb Thomas,If Mantilla,2b C'nigl'ro,rf BresEOUd.ss Nlxon,c Moreh'd,p Heffner.p 6chllling,ph Malzone,ph Totals 88 3 lo| Total* 30 5 8 Boston Oil 000 100—3 Washington 203 100 OOi— DP — Boston 2, Washington 1. LOB — Boston 8, Washirigton 6. RBI — Gosger, Thomas, Bressoud, McMullen, Kirkland, King 2, Lock. 2B — McMullen. Kirkland. Gosger, Horton. HR — Kirkland (9), Gosger (2). SB — Hamlin. IP H R ER BB SO Morehead L,4-9 2 3 4 4 4 2 Heffner 4 Ritchie 2 Ortega W,9 -8 ..6'/a Bridges % Kline , .... 3 Morehead faced 2 men in 3d. T — 2:21. A — 2,505. R 4 1 0 3 0 0 added a double. Lee Thomas singled his first two times at bat, making seven straight hits, before he hit into a double play to end a Boston threat in the fifth. Jim Cossman Wins Feature W A U K E G A N— Ten feet was the margin of victory for Jim Cossman of Waukegan as he won the 20-lap feature race at Waukegan Speed way here Saturday night. Second place went to Dennis Burgan of Wadsworth who ran even with Cossman most of the last two laps. A Racine driver, Sonny Rivers, rolled over in the fifth lap of the feature but was un hurt. Third place went to Jim Luther of Kenosha, Pete Brewer of Zion was fourth and John Cassner of Deerfield, 111., was fifth. Cossman also won one of the four heat races with Tim Seyl of Half Day, Ken Becker of Libertyville and Eddie Jones of Waukegan taking the others. Fast qualifier was John Hood of Libertyville and Odell Jones of Waukegan was trophy dash winner. Jalopy race winners were Mike Yeary of Highwood and Tom Reutter of Gurney. STANKA STARS TOKYO—(^)—Joe Stanka hurled a five-hitter and slammed a three-run homer to lead the front running Nankai Hawks to an 8-0 victory over the Hankyu Braves Saturday night. i YMCA Baseball COLT LEAGUE W LI Panthers 2 OlBruins White Sox 2 lllndians Elks 1 llMets Results Saturday Burlington Mets 3, Sturtevant Indians 3 PONY LEAGUE W L' W 1 1 1 Houston—10 Morgan,2b Maye.If Gaines,If Wynn.cf Bond,lb Aspro'te,3b Staub,rt Trlandos,c Llllls,ss Parrell.p Fox,ph Taylor.p [New York—1 lHlller.2b M'Mill'n.ss Klaus,ss Kranep'l.lb Lewis,rf Swoboda,lf 5 0 1 5 2 3 3 0 1 1 0 1, 1 0 0 abrh 6 3 2 6 1 3 0 0 o: 6 1 3 2 1 0 5 1 2,_ _ _ 5 1 3Smith,3b Hickman,cf Chr't'p'r.ph C'nlz'ro.c MoGraw.p Oonder.ph Spahn,p Bteph'n 's 'n.c ibrh 4 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 4 1 2 4 0 2 4 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 Totals 44 10 18 Totali 33 1 7 Houston 310 110 ,W1—10 New York OlO 000 000— 1 E—Swoboda. DP—Houston 1, New York 1. LOB—Houston 11, New York 7. RBI—Morgan 3, Maye, Wynn, As- S romonte, Staub 2, Lillis 2, Lewis. 28— woboda, Hickman. HRr— Morgan 2 (10), Lewis (10). SB—Wynn. 8—Cisco. IP H ~ Farrell W, 7-2.6 Taylor 3 Spahn L, 4 -12 ..1 Cisco 2% Richardson I'/a Bearnarth 1% McCraw 2 '/3 . . . Spahn faced 3 men In 2nd. HBP—By Bearnarth, Bond, wp— Bearnarth. T— 2:51. A—13,837. R ER BB SO 1 1 1.5 Angels Twins Pirates Cards 5 1 Cubs 4 2 Yanks 3 2 Results Saturday Cards 10, Twins t Pirates 16, Cubs £ Yank* 12, Angels 2 LIDDLE LEAGUE W 1 2 1 Tigers Indians Athletics Red Sox Yankees Nationals American W 6 5 4 2 1 0 Results Mets National Dodgers Astros Cubs Braves Mets Cardinals Saturday 0 3 W 6 5 2 2 2 0 Dodgers 5 Tigers 9, Indians Braves 7, Cubs 5 Astro.? 22, Cardinals 3 Tigers 10, Yankees 5 Indians 13. Rod Sox 0 Athletics 14, Nationals 5 MINOR LEAGUE Southern W L Travelers 6 0 Pelicans Volunteers 6 0 Lookouts Crackers 4 1 Red Birds Royals 2 3 Chicks Results Saturday Travelers 9, Royals 2 Crackers 6, Red Birds 0 Chicks «, Lookouts 4 Volunteers 12, Pelicans 3 MINOR LEAGUE American W 1. Cats 4 1 Blues Boars 6 JMUlers OoloneU 3 2 Beiultt Saturday Blues 10, Bears 9 Millers 4, Cats 4 Bears IS, Colonels 2 W 1 1 1 w 2 0 Patty Berg Shares 2d COLUMBUS, Ohio—(^) — Patty Berg, marking her 25th anniversary in professional golf competition, made a strong run at the first round lead in the Ladies PGA Midwest Open Saturday, but weakened on the last two holes while Kathy Whitworth took command with a par 72. Miss Berg, 47, was even par through 16 holes but bogied the 405-yard 17th. On the 410-yard 18th her approach went over the green and she bogied again for a two-over par 74 and a share of second place. Miss Whitworth, seeking her fourth tournament victory in 15 outings this year, used only 31 putts in playing the 6,400-yard, par 36-36 Walnut Hill Country Club course. UW LANDS HUSKY MADISON —{/B— James A. Nowak, named the outstanding prep lineman last season on Michigan's Upper Peninsula, has accepted a football scholarship at the University of Wisconsin. The 6-foot-4, 240-pound Nowak led KJngsford to an 8-1 record. f «o ^~~^eol NORTH SIDE BANK

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