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Wednesday, May 12, 1965
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Boxer Still Fights For Life Chicago Unfair To Athletics Mule PHILADELPHIA Heavyweight boxer Lucian (Sonny) Brinks is fighting the most important battle of his ca- n-er. This one is for keeps. His life is at stakei The odds are against him. Banks, a 24-year-old, 270- pounder fn|im Detroit, is flat on his back alj Presbyterian Hospital, His condition is grave despite surgehy which removed a blood clot from his brain. A kayo right to the temple put Banks on crisis road Mon day night at the arena. Only seconds darlier. Banks had staggered his opponent, Leotis Martin of Philadelphia, with a vicious rigllil in the ninth round nl a tough| bruising fight. The 182-pound Martin hammered horjic and Banks sanl- !'> the cjmvas. striking his head Batiks, who once hail ( assius Clily on the Iloor, was counted oi|l at 2:59. only one second frdm the end of the nunid and only five from the < nd of the bout. Taken t<) the dressing room on a stretcfhrr. lie appeared to K'fiain consciousness and an .-•''•(•rod se'veral questions rationally. Hie asked lor a drink >••'. water but before he could sip CHICAGO (UPl)-Charles 0.; There will say, In order: •Finley's Missouri mule mascot "Charlie 0. Says Hello," "Sox for his Kansas City Athletics'only team to deny KC mascot," ; NEW YORK (UPI» — The be permitted in Chicago "Sox Unfair to Missouri mules.' I New York Mets early today Sox park for tonight's "Sox Unfair To Animals," "Sox;bought second baseman Chuck twi-night doubleheader, but his Unfair To Charlie 0.," 'CharlieHiller from the San Francisco presence will be known. 0. Predicts Sox to Win Pen-i Giants for an undisclosed sum. Finley planned to show the -r 8 " 1 '" " Visit Charlie °- After ' A shoulder separation suffered mule Charlie 0 in a leased Oame ." and "Charlie 0.1 by the Mets' All-Star second parking lot across the street Sa y. s .Goodnight." ibaseman, Ron Hunt, spurred the from the balf park. He h rel .™°y a ready ha. presented New York club into making a six models to carrv nickpt I e mule ln parks in Detroit 'deal for a replacement. Hunt signs He also hired 7six piece Cl6Veland a " d NeW York ' and|was ex ' 1ccted to he Ollt of the band ' .sa'd he has received permission!lineup for at least throe months from every other American ^nd possibly for the rest of the "We've got amplifiers, so League team to show the mule season, they'll hear the music in the at Athletics road games. 0 n ! y „.,, park." he said. the White Sox refused entrance ' IIlller - a 29-year-old lefthand- ... , „ , "Let him promote his mule' 6 " balter - -' nined the ninnfs in Just m case some of the fans elsewhere " owner Arthur C 19fil - Ilis Ultimo batting aver(and there'll prob ,\j] yn sajtl ' agf i.s .241. outside watching " * * * 14 • •* ' CLOVtS Mets Buy ,_ , __ ;— _ HiiierFrom Barker, Yanks Rescur ® ia " t$ Downs Boston. 5-3 By United Press International In case .you're wondering whc iflay Barker is, the New York i Yankees have the answer. Barker is the it. Chance held Minnesota to twd hits (home runs by Jerry Kin- flail and Tony Oliva) entering - --- -.„.„.. of the ninth inning with the score the Yankee rescuer, a positior | tied 2-2. He walked Klfldall and ! filled by such as Johnny Mizejwhen Tony OlJva doubled Enos Slaughter, Johnny Bait pinch-runner Cesar Tovar was '"'• A ' T " J thrown out at the plate, Oliva taking third. Increase Lead veteran who figured he was " ar i n0n K klI i lel ? e ^u th * n Wt a destined to return fo thp ™inn. c :grounder back to Chance and .1 jSan Francisco blanked Chicago i Gibson trailed 34» to At i 3-0. before tha ftofrHfiflls faflf* Luis Arroyo and Pedro Ramos in years past. He is a 10-year minor league AL Action In the American League, New York defeated Boston 5-3, Baltimore shaded Cleveland 3-2 in 11 Innings, Detroit topped Washington 7-6 and Minnesota before the Cardinals rsBfetf fof 1 three in the seventh — twa «ft Lou Brock's home run off leur, Warren Spahn, The CafflUiali scored the winning tally in ti»6 eighth when Dick Groat tripled and scored on an infield out By ., «»>.>« O bw» « w aiiu iuuMicauia **"« ov-ut c^u uu CKII uujtciu wu* wj beat Los Angeles 3-2. Chicago Tim McCarver. Gibson allowed «tn>1 U^nteAK** /*tii . 4A t_.ti_ _ — jf *__.i. — j ~*t.~.j_ Oliva raced home lw» days ago before the Cleve-^" va , ra " d hotme , ah «?d « land Indians traded him to th e : Uances . throw .*« 8 { ve Minne- land Indians traded him to the limping Yanks. sota its first victory over the Cy Young Award winner in two and Kansas City were not scheduled. Giusti, who won his first two 10 hits and fanned nine. Ron Hunt, the Mets' All-Star second baseman, suffered a —- -~~ w » j >• 4*vr TT VII 111)3 HLOli I W U M ***•»*••** WWJ**a«*M«»t 13 VI It. V* I VVt Q games in consecutive relief j shoulder separation in a fifth- roles before gaining a startingiinning collision with base-ran- job, spun his second four-hitter I ner Phil Gagliano and was of the season and blanked the (scheduled to be operated Oft airplanes to circle the park after dark, each equipped with lights to display signs. Two Drivers Pass Up Prix Loses f . .. To Twins, 3-2 Standings Tuesday night Baker a 29 Ly Youn S Award winner in two OI ine season and blanked the (scheduled to be operated Oft v«.ar-old rookie 'first baseman years ' The triumph boosted the National League leading Dodg-j Wednesday. He was placed on who had not delivered a mSS Twins 'W-lead to one game e f s wi *hout a hit over the final'the disabled list and the Mets league hit ini 1^ meviou^ at ! over ldle Chica 8°- six innln * s ' Hls onl y trouble's c q u i r e d second baseman MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI j —The Minnesota Twins beat! Dean Chance for the first time' in two seasons by pushing; across a run in the ninth in nilig Tuesday night for a 3.2'Cincinnati victory that increased their ! Iousl " n "i Scotland and Man Gurnery idle Chicago White Sox to if Riverside. Calif. will pass u'f full game. " Prix, which driving in the II y I nited Press International National League W. L. Pet. GB .680 ... ; and set up another as the Van kees defeated Boston 5-3. Other AL Games An,ae I cs a San Francisco Milwaukee New York • latnagc artd a sub-dural hema- , 1 ,-Th,brain.emis,ocat. 17 8 15 9 Hi 11 1'2 12 12 13 Hi II 11 1.1 11 13 ft K) 9 16 In other American "League > ac ra ames Baltimor eCleveland .625 .593 .500 .480 .476 .458 .-I,"))! .360 .360 ... I games, Baltimore trimmed IVai Cleveland 3-2 in 11 innings, De- 2 itroit edged Washington 7-6 and vci iiue Vsiiiuugu. «nnings. His only trouble *•* v M u * ' c u ot%-wuu i/co^ujau , Terry held the Orioles to one came in the second when he'Chuck Hiller from San Francis- 'hit for seven innings before Bal j8 ave U P three of the hits in-'co to replace him. Hunt will be Itimore scored single runs in the !cludin g J °hn Kennedy's run-Host for al least two months. eighth and ninth to tie the ;scori "g infield hit. score. Reliever Dick Hall sin-^ Utility man Joe Gaines wal- 1 mrvrvn nn gled in the winning tally in thei lo P cd a two-run homer in the! mjjtl ^ w " tt llth. Jack Kralick, the fourth of! secon d inning off loser Claude j loser. , AV/MI til \JL w •»••*««e v/*.* t\j&^i viauuc :, was the' 0steen (3-3) for all the Astro runs. The Detroit Tigers trailed Washington 6-0 entering the Minnesota nipped Los Angeles Washln g ton 6-0 entering the 3-2 in the only games sched-jf^ 6 ," 111 ,. 1 " 11111 ? when the y re 8 is , . J ° <Jvm.\» MproH f l/o tlrnnc^ r,«J 11/111:- FOB FAST RESULTS K NEWS JOURNAL iuled. tered five times, and Willie! TUC,J«T-, Tnffe agreed to let Mexican —'*™ -.TN* v* in wu, UIIU TT 1111^ I In the National League, Sani" 0 , 1 ' 100 ' wh( ? n °mered in the up-| Francisco blanked Chicago 3-0 ! nsui &, Angled home the tying Houston slipped bv Los Ange-;?"?,. wi " nin ? runs ln the ninth - .IPS 2-1. Pittsburgh beat Milwau-1 W ' lh , e . Klrk] and paced a 13-hit •koi- 4-3. Cincinnati beat Phila-' Washington attack with four •delphia JM and St. Louis up- runs batted ta on a home ^n ended New York 4-3 , and a tn P le - Reliever Ron Barker is the boy at the was the loser and ma «a.s a blood Clot which ' J " <Ulr DcnlS Hlllmp l-rmcd between a layer of the M '" 1; ' 1 '" «"« i r the Roval Auto- on r iuesh' "' 1 " n !1 ' ' )I '' U1 Inijljil ° Club wnfirmcd Tuesday team for 'the 1068 01\ : I"pics < ' i al H . ' e ' " OUSt ° n 2 L ° S An « elcS '' Fn ' n ' '' CI " raS ° °' " ighl Thursday's Games thal cl " rk Ourncv would Xcw • Military Institute Chicago at San Francisco '..iru-'i's of rf.-i.\er> arc >;;ni \;n<inc thi'M'- praying !ur • '.Apr-r o! ,i If) 1 ii>-'t record, •.': a "nhll*"-'-, ni^ht " Near • -.irv. hr s1iHi<1 <>;ler.'!y for a -ilf at the b.-d-idc of his mo- ! s r hfft'n pr;n ing all da> - Hanks' M;i'ii!i .said, notinc '•..<! "l! cl>:i!'t have been mr i'ankv '|Oio became a lx>xer \ years ago almost by acoi- <•?,'. u;n makinc his first ring :';w.iram:i|> In 10 months when ••>• vjuared off aRainst Martin i:'.h a 2f>-fi lo^. , L "t»s team wine Ilulme will :,!! m on tlu . Hrabiiam outfit uut the United States. Trials are open to any amateur horseman 16 years of age or older American Sports At A Glance MaJtor ISv I nited I're*» Inlcrnational \a(lional Lracur (, AH H H Pet. < .>;na" C;n 17 S!i H J 37?, Gibson Gets Award I N'KW YORK 'ITli-The New- York chapter of the Baseball Writers Association presented St. Louis pitcher Bob Gibson with the Babe Ruth Award Tuesday night as the outstanding player in the 1964 World Series when he won two games against tho New York Yankees Rides Triple XEW YORK aTI.-Braulio Baeza rode a triple at Aqueduct Tuesday as he won on Countrv Kriend at $4 00 in the sixth race. Gallant Ledader at $9 <X) in the eight!; and Happy Punnv .'t 51000 in the ninth Inreasing Lead NK\V YORK (UPli-Bob Far- rinston of Richwood, Ohio, the defending champion, is pulling away from Hilly Haughton of Glen Head, X. Y., in the race for the harness driving title. Farringlon drove his 100th winner of the season last week to increase his lead to 34 victories over Haughton. Fill Bowl NEW ORLEANS (UPI)-The Baltimore Colts and St. Louis Cardinals of the National Football League are expected to fill the Sugar Bowl to its 80.000 rapacity when they meet in an exhibition game here Aug. 14, according to promoter Dave Dixon. Minne.Mita Chicago Los Angeles Cle\ eland Baltimore Detroit New York Boston Washington Kansas Cttv L. 7 » 1C 14 15 11 <i 13 11 12 11 1(1 14 i) i:: 10 is 5 16 Pet. .682 .Got; .600 .542 .52 .417 .41W GB 1 3 23'j 6 e y a e e. for the Yankees at present al- Sn erry picked up the victory. though he doe-n't figure to play, Identlf ying Dave Giusti is sim- ; often when Roger Maris rejoins ple ; L ,. „ , Uhc team next week. He repre-i Just mentlor i Bob Gibson, the isents another in a long list o" , y olher ma J° r lea S ue r who : castofls who suddenly havei has S0met l 1 ing in common with , blnssomod when dressed in a' the cllunk y 25-year-old bonus ! Yankee uniform. i 1330 ^ of the Houston Astros. j "W h e n Birdie Tebbetts' ^' ust i was the first big bonus i' Cleveland's manager) called ;babv s 'g ncd by Houston, and .me into Ins office Mondav. I U P until tnis season that was jlhougiit they \\ere sending me !ll ' s on ^ claim to fame. Gibson 'kick to the minors." Barker '- s a World Series hero and a 'Tin just glad to be w i |in er of 77 major league games. .Stoltlemyre Wins Tuesday night they became Kdwards. another recen ' tne first /big league hurlers to acquisition from Kan- win six games this season, and s as City, and Mickey Mantle neither has suffered a loss. homered behind the pitching of Giusti four-hit the Los Angeles Mel Stottlemyre. who scattered Dodgers 2-1 and the St. Louis ight hits, including a home run Cardinals rallied to help Gibson (,t ' !>• ' * •»«*^'. »4tv n*i_*i*j p, ti IMJillC 1UII •' - by Carl Yastrzemski. Earl Wil- Tuesday's Results 'New York 5 Boston 3, nijht j Baltimore 3 Cleveland 1, 11 in- |nings, night Ipetroit 7 Washington 6, night Minnesota 3 Los Angles 2, ni^ht (Only games scheduled) Thursday's Games Kansas City at Chicago Los Angeles at Minnesota, twi son was the loser. whip the New York Mets 4-3. . Rouding out the National Dean Chance and Ralph Ter- League action, Cincinnati top- ry pitched well enough to win! pled Philadelphia 9-1, Pitts- I T"° sday but ncitner managed burgh edged Milwaukee 4-3 and "All t said was: Show me a filter that delivers the taste and I'll eat my hat." Try new Lucky Strike Filters \ffi4.T. M 1C ]'» Vt 370 Vi .364 .' \:-i sK '''a. •- SK 2S !*» 22 >-•• .>-;• NY •_•; :•'.» n : •••(• M;l l'« 7o }n >\ •> l \ r >, i-.i--,^ C'i. '''•• '.*'• i'< ::; 3.'!:' K • : i;!:- i ir: < .-: :'.' 7^ \!-\ .M :'.'\\ '• ' ••-• t • .:i u^ -- '."> '•;.'" •. ,: •:. Mi. :'• j., i- is :i.; \ l.ragw «. \I5 It II I'll 1 :i;;>f.r;« KC 21 f!~ •> '.M .IJJ < .i\e: ( ::| 21 ~'> i '• 24 T20 '•KAulf*. Pet 2,i i:j l l * 2«1 317 Manti.'.a I'.*- 22 8.1 H 2»i 31.'! !'. -.rdsr:. NV 24 W !3 2<< 30!» l'-.jf't!il, C|.. 2*1 t"v2 1! 19 30»") i ardf.ia'.. l.\ 2'< W 1-4 2'J "tfi.i HIIIIH- Ihllli National league — MJ\- <ii ., .'- 10. H'.^Dkv. Cubs 8 M.I' (•A* I>ra\H'> 7 Su.>tH*i,i Mr'- !'',;!>. Stairwell P'.raU-^. Mi'C •- *!! fi Ainericyn L«-agut- — Jllcfafv Or;ii!t"> 7 (. uni^':a:'•> Uf-'i Sux 7 Thomas, Fii'd Sox. Kalir.c T;x'er«: ([ifntiS*". A's, SrhaaL Angels: Vlantle. Yank>. all 6. K|jnt Hatted In N'alloaul Isstgue— Rank? Cubs t. Mays. Giants 20. Robinson Heds i9, Johnson. Reds 1'J, Mathews. Braves 18 AnjnU-an l^agut'—Powel; Or)'•>, 19: jvianlilla. Red Sox 19 Kalinc, Tigers 19. Oli\a, Tw»)i-> 1H Colav[»o, Indians 18. Pltchias N'ationa. Ltn|u*—•Giu»i<i. Ast os 6-0. (Jibson, Cards 6-0; Ma- I'lm-v. Re<b 4-0: Elhs, Reds 4-0; Farrell. .stros 3-1 Vinerici|in league — Pasnial Twins 4-0: Aguirre Timers 3-0: I'.uzhardt. While Sox 30: Grant, Twins 3-0;| Roiwrts Orioli^: Terry Indiaijis; Newman AngeN a'.l 4-1. 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