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12 FRIDAY ' AUG - 24 ' 1962 ' Uke Chorlcs Americen Press. Unheralded Players Keep N L Status Quo Ry The Associated Press Johnny Roseboro's first hit in 23 at-bats. Ernie Bowman's first m.ijor league homer and game- winning single. Six-hit pitching by threc castoffs. A varied assortment lhat kept the status quo in the tight three-team struggle for the National League pennant. Rosdmro, hitless in 28 trips to the plate, lashed a triple that propelled the first-place Los Angeles Dodcers to a four-run eighth in- ninc uprising and a 4-2 victory over Philadelphia Thursday night after ihc lenders had been shut out on four hits hy Dennis Rrr'iieU Rn\\man. rookie second base- m.'in substituting for Chuck Hilier. tacued his first home run in the fifth innins. then stroked a single in the Iflth inning that scored Johnny Orsino with the clincher as the seennd-place San Francis- i co Giants edged the New York iMets. 2-1. The castoffs — Joe Nuxhall. Johnny Klippstein and Ted Wills ; — combined to six-hit Chicago i while Vada Pinson and Gordie I Coleman each homered and drove i in four runs, carrying the third| place Cincinnati Reds to a 14-3 : walloping of the Cubs. ] When tha firing stopped, the Dodgers were still 3'j games in i front of the Giants and four : lengths ahead of the defending champion Reds, who made it Ifi victories in the last 19 games. It was on the fourth triumph in 12 games for the Dodgers and the Giants' second in eight. In other action, fourth-place Pittsburgh used a two-run homer by Bill Virdon and the four-hit hurling of Vern Law to beat Houston 4-0, and Milwaukee tied S(. Louis for fifth place by edging the Cardinals 3-2. : Bennett led 1-0 going into the i eighth on a homer by Tony Tay| lor in the third inning off Dodger starter Johnny Podres. Roseboro got things started with his triple. - Pinch-hitter Daryl Spencer struck ; out but Maury Wills singltd. Jim I Gilliam walked and Willie Davis ' singled. Tommy Davis then struck i out before Frank Howard dumped i a two-run double over first base | for the decisive runs. Don Demeter homered for the other Phils' run. Bowman's tie-breaking single, following Orsino's third hit and a single by Jose Pagan, won it j ' for Juan Marichal, who allowed only five hits over the 10-inning distance. The Mets got to Man'. dial for an unearned run in the 1 third when Richie Ashburn .walked and Felix Mantilla fol- i lowed with a single that got by I rookie outfielder Carl Boles and enabled Ashburn to race home. BOX SCORES Two Race AMERICAN | NATIONAL jDrivers Die NEW YORK LOS ob r h bi ANGELES ab r h bi I SAN Tresh if 6113 Peorson cf 6130 Rich son 2b 7i;OMoran 2b 5223 Mo-is rf-cf 6031 L.Thomas Ib 5 1 2 0 Mantle cf 401 OWaaner If 5110 Re?d cf 0000 Rodgers c tlorjfz rf 100 0 G.Thomas rf Hov/nrd c 7010 Kopoe 3b-ss K-.ibrt- >,< i 1 2 0 F'ecosl ss S^o.vron Ib 512 ObBilko Bovcr 3b A 0 1 OcBowsfidd Tr-rv p 401 0Torres 3b B-.cir.rs p 000 OChonce p dDr^'0 1 0 1 OoBurgess tLr-7 000 OOsinski p DDIEV p 0000 01.013 1000 S'nMord p 0000 Totals 52 4 15 4 Totals Kuenn 3b Boles If Mays cf ...... Cepeda Ib 50001 F. Alou rf Orsino c Pagan ss Bowman 2b Mondial p 5032 5010 3000 0000 0000 1000 2000 1000 2000 Totals FRANCISCO NEW YORK ab r h bi 300 0/>-;hburn cf 502 ONeal ss 5 0 1 0 Mantilla 3b S 0 1 0 Thomas If 502 OThr'n'b'y Ib 413 0 Coleman c 4010 Kanehl 2b S 1 2 2Hickman cf 501 OoCh'stop'r bWoodling 411132 Totals ab r h bt 3110 5010 5020 3000 4000 3010 3000 3000 1000 1000 34 1 5 0 455 11 S 8lh; b— -Ran for o— O opned out for Chance In V.olked lor Freposi in 10th; c- B>'ko in 10th; d—Doubled for Bridges in llth; f—Ron for Berra In llth; "f—Hit Irto force ploy for Reed In llth; g — Fouled out tor Daley in 12th. New York 1300000000000—4 Los Angeles 021000100001—5 fc — Koppc. Kubek. Rodgers, Lope:. PO- A--Nrw York 37-U (one out when win- run-! run scored). Los Angeles 39-15. DP— !•'• :'rtsin and Skawron," Frcgosi. Moron o^d L "homos, Boyer, Richardson and Sc-c.von. LCB —New York 16, Los An- cr'":. 9 .3—Marcs 2. L. Thomas, Richardson, Bovrr Wagner, Bfra, G. Thomos 2. HR — 'Jrrih, Moron 2. S—Tresh, Kubek, Wag- DT. IP H R ER BB SO TTM,. 77-37 4 4 1 1 6-'0>-s 21-30 0 0 3 1 DDT.- 1 1 0 0 0 0 SiT'crd (L, 10-8). 11-33 1 1 1 0 CIQPT 8 12 4 4 2 3 0-cr.sKi (W. 4-J) .5 30033 V,~— Bridge". U —Stpvrn^, Kinnamon, Drjrmond," Nopp. T—3:08. A—3-!,133. o—Struck out for Hlckman In 101h; b— Struck out for Jackson in 10th. San Francisco 0000100001—2 New York .... 001 000 000 0—1 E—Marichol, Konehl, Neal, Boles, F. Alou. PO-A—San Francisco 30-10, New York 30-17. DP—Neol, Kanehl ond Throneberry 2; Mantilla, Kanehl and Throneberry; F. Alou and Pagan. LOB—San Francisco 13, New York 8. I 28—Cepeda, Orsino. HR—Bowman. i IP H R ER BB SO Mar'hal (W, 16-9) 10 510561 Jackson (L, 6-17) 10 13 2 2 4 2 I U—Gorman, Jackowskl, Sudol, Forman. T—3:04. A—1B.815. | HOUSTON PITTSBURGH '• ab r h bl ab r h bl (First name) WASHINGTON MINNESOTA ah r h bi ob r h bl Heck", cf 5111 Green cf 4000 Jchn-.or, h ^01 2 Power Ib 4110 H<-'c>n rt J 0 0 0 Rollins 3b 3210 Zo'Ci in '• i l OKillcbrew If 4 0 1 1 i Re zcr c J l 2 1 Aliison rf 4 1 1 3 ; Lock It 4 1 l n Battey c 3000 Schoive 2B J I : OSMartiner 0000: Cottier 2b 000 0 Alien 2b 4010: Brinkmon ss 4 0 1 1 Vorsalles SS 30001 Honnugh p 1000 Gomez p 2 0 0 0 i oivng 0100 Pcscuol p 1 0 0 0 T Daniels p 2 0 0 0 ' Totals 35 6 9 A Totals 32 4 5 4 a—v. J ::Iked for Hobaugh in Sth; b—Ran i for E-jltcv in 9tn. Wash.nglon CCO 042 000—4 j Minncso.a 3C1 000 000—4 I C — L;r.::ev, Pollens. PO-A—.Vashington 27-l(., Minnesota 27-16. DP—Allen, Ver- ' S'J ! cs end Power. LOB—Washington 4, ;.*<r,ncio!a 3. .B — Kiiicbrew, Allen, Brinkman, ' S'lnwc. HR—A]l>son, Retzer SB—Lock. IP H R ER BB SO i HebTjgh 4 5 4 4 1 3 D-jnir-ci CH. 5 13). 5 0 0 0 1 1 : Oomcj (L, ) :•) .. !, 1-3 8 6 5 2 3 Po;ccjal 32-31 0 0 0 6 '• U—Honociiick, Schwarts, Salerno, Ber- i ry. T—2:27. Second Game WASHINGTON MINNESOTA ab r h bi ob r h bl 5131 Green cl 3010 5133 Power Ib 4000 5111 Rollins 3b 4010 5020 Kiilebrew If 3010 5110 /-H.son rf 2000 4 1 2 C Battey c 4000 J D 0 •.: Al.c-1 2b 4020 3 1 l 0 /ersalles ss 4000 i 0 C 0 Kaot p 1010 0000 Maranda p 1000 3001 bBonks 1000 Tcln*s 3? i 13 6 Totals 32 0 t 0 c our d-d out ior Brmkmon in 8th; Warwick rf Snangler H Temple 2b Lorker Ib Aspr'nte 3b Heist cf Smith c Hartmon ss Johnson p oGoodman Kem'rer p Totals O—Struck Houston Pittsburgh E—None, burali 27.8 4000 Virdon cf 4010 Groat ss 3 0 1 0 Skinner If 4010 Burgess c 3000 Clemente rf 3010 Clend'on Ib 3000 Hoak 3b 300 OM'zer'skl 2b 2000 Law p 1000 0 0 0 0 30 0 4 0 Totals out (or 4122 4021 3100 3000 3 0 0 D 3011 3000 3010 3210 In Crash MARION, Ohio (AP)-Two race car drivers, one a veteran of the Indianapolis "500" Memorial Day classic, died Thursday night in a seven-car crash at a race track here. Veteran racer Shorty Templeman died in a hospital shortly after the crash. Jim Hemmings of North Vernon, Ind., was dead on arrival at the hospital. The accident occurred in I lie second lap of the 15-Iap feature of the United States Auto Club midget races. Track officials said Templeman lost control of his car on the second lap and went end- over-end several times. Other cars rammed into the wreckage and one landed on Hemmings, who was thrown from his racer. Listen Says Fight Won't Be Close AURORA, III. (AP) - "If the fight is close they can give it to Patterson. It won't be close. I don't think he will run from me —any champion should come out fighting. I don't think he will get up once I hit him right." It was Sonny Liston talking. He had just finished a one-hour workout in the steaming heat of his outside gym at the Aurora Downs race track. He drew applause from some 60 paying customers when his chief trainer, Willie Reddish, threw a 12-pound medicine ball into his stomach a dozen times. They also liked the way Liston caved in the big 80-pound pag Brown Fights Molina in Comeback Try SAN JOSE. Calif. (AP) - Former lightweight champion Joe Brown tries to climb back toward the title tonight in a 10-round fight against roundhousing right- hander Luis Molina. Molina, who first gained national attention thanks to Brown, doesn't plan to show any gratitude in his own campaign for a shot at Carlos Ortiz' crown. Brown, 36, of Houston, Tex., and Molina, 23, from San Jose, are each expected to weigh 138 pounds, three over the lightweight limit. Brown will be making his first ring appearance since losing his title by a lopsided decision to Ortiz four months ago in Las Vegas, : ] 10 ]jj o fr t j ]e onrus ],j n g jjjgj, Hopes j Nev. He had successfully dei Men : by one point as the challengers j fended the title 11 times over a ' 2 °234 LI H E J : He 0 b f ert V 2J*2 ln Gco''r'ae K 'Arkl"snn ! d ' m ™ cd Slate Farm 3 ' 1 - So tight ! S'-i-year Spall, but W3S Unable to I 219-200; joe Gentry 217-201, sonny Hoff i was the race at the end, t h a t ' escape Ortiz' constant, crowding I Sts^ 1 W 0 A.Ti S r t ba?k 2l §i*. R nt^hey could have won (he title .land left jabs. ; wood 1 °GllV 202', E Eusete anU F?cyo 3 u S 20l" llafl il SWC J l1 a " fnllr I 1(lints ° f j Bl '° Wn ' S C0nsidcrcd N °' l ] '^ 1 ' Lioyd Hennigon 200, Kerrin vamodri the match instead of just three, i weight contender by Ring Maga- 200, Cliff Derouen 200, J. C. Waller ' but on , y NQ 3 | )y the Na . BOYER LEAPS — Third baseman Clete Boyer of Ihe Yankees leaps for a line drive off Ihe bat of ihe Angels' George Thomas that went for a hit in the fourth inning at Los Angeles Thursday. Leon Wagner scored on the drive. (AP Wirephoto). Keg League Ends In Two-Way with lefts and rights as Reddish held it and chanted: 'Come on. Come on. Come on." Taking movies of the workout for a television show was a company from San Diego presided over by Frank Leahy, the former Notre Dame football coach whoi is on the scene with Father Edward Patrick McDaniel Murphy of Denver, Liston's personal advisor and guiding light. Then Liston, who meets heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson in a 15-round title fight at Comiskey Park Sept. 25, answered questions. The gist went like this. "I weighed 219 before the workout and lost six during it. I plan to fight him at something under 215. Someone once s;iid the bigger they are the bigger they fall. I say the bigger the trees the harder they are to cut down. "If I am not ready when the bell sounds, I won't be in there against him. If Sugar Ray Robinson didn't think he was ready for a fight he would pull a muscle or something and it would be postponed. "If I win I might fight Ingemai Johansson. But first he must figh Cleveland Williams. There is a one-year return match in the Patterson fight, but my plan is to make him not want a return fight. "I hear Johansson say I'm slow. I saw him fight Patterson He was lucky. He should locked up for impersonating fighter. "As for Archie Moore, I don't think I would fight him. If I could hold the title as many months as he has years, I would retire Quarterback Club Barbecue Slated The LaGrange Quarterback club will hold its annual barhr- cue Saturday at the Senior Hijili school cafeteria from 11 a.m. \r> 5 p.m. Orders will also be available to take out. Proceeds from the affair am used for the group's athletic awards program. SAVE MONEY WITH KEMPER INSURANCE Allan Glntt, M«i». HE G-0563 REINAUER>ABELMAN INSURANCE Tie HONOR ROLL 200. 600 SERIES: Joe Wiles 603. Women | , A brilliant closing spurt by the 1 t j ona i Boxing Association. Both : Orbiters deadlocked faltering An- g roups tab Mo i ina as t h e No. 4 29 4 7 4 Johnson in Sitt. 000 000 000—0 002 100 Olx—4 PO-A—Houston 24-16, Pitts- DP—Temple, Horlman and Lcrker; Groat, Mazeroskl ond Clendenon. LOB—Houston 4, Pittsburali 2. HR—Virdon. SB—Spongier. IP H R ER BB SO Johnson (L, 6-14). 7 53314 Kcmmerer 1 21101 Law (W, 10-6) ... 9 40015 VVP — Johnson. U — Burkhart, Walsh, Weyer, Conlan. T—1:52. A—10,742. LOS ANGELES PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl ab r h bl Wills ss 4111 Taylor 2b 5121 Gilliam 2-3b 3110 Callison rf 3010 Davis cf 4 1 2 1 Savage If 2010 .400 OdCoving'n If 1000 • - • -- - 4010 3111 3000 i o n o 0000 3000 W. T. Davis 3b Howard rf 4012 Sievers" Ib Walls If 2010 Demeter cf bSnider 0000 Arnaro ss cBurright 2b 0 0 0 OeD'rymple Moon Ib 4000 Roach ib Roebuck p 0000 Oldls c West Lo/ce Grid Tickets on Sale Advance ticket sales for West Lake High school football games, and the District 4-A jamboree on August 31. are now on sale by members of the West Lake Booster club. The jamboree will feature De- Quincy, Landry, Marion and West Lake. 175 LINES: owen°Mc 9 Leod 202, p o 1 1 y j con for &* Clipper league crown, necessitating a playoff next week. The Orbiters downed ERA 4-0 on final night, while Ancon was bow- Hennlgan bert 193, Maitreme 192-182-175, ing to Calcam 3-1. Betty Smith 190, Pat l.andry 188, Myra Dokln 187, Magpie Margon 186, Carol Romero 181, Barbara Creel 178, Bobble Paulsboe 176, Beula Moore 175, Prue Pepiton 175, June Miller 175. ] 500 SERIES: Norma Maifreme 549, Dot j Ellis 552, Polly Henniqan 511, Prus 1 Pepiton 503, Betty Smith 501. Queenan's captured the LCRC scason h '8 hs uith a Beta Housewives bowling league ! ancl 2774 series. title Thursday, but the race in junior welterweight. Brown is a narrow favorite, but admits he'll have to watch out during the early rounds for Molina's looping rights. "The kid is „,. , , . -Toe Wiles had the only 600 se!. he .!r.!!P p ?r- leagUe woundu P )na ;ncs of the night, a 603 in the jThursday Nile Mixed league, two-way tie. Queenan's salvaged Per noskc p 000 0 Wine 3b-ss 3010 Roseboro c 411 OfKlaus 1000 Podres p 2010 Bennett p 2000 oSpencer 1000 Baldschun p 0 0 0 0 Harkncss Ib 1000 gWhite 1000 Totals 33 4 8 4 Totals 32 2 7 2 PcerbC Jonir o Hen i, . i f :b Bn Hor" in ss b- r .1 cut (or Maranda in 9th. Washington 030 020 001—4 Minnesota 000000000—0 E—Kaot, Rollins, Allison. PO-A—Washington 27-6, Minnesota 27-14. DP—Versalles, Allen ond Power 2; Allen, Versalles ana' Po//er; Homlin, Schaive and Bright. LOB—Washington 8, Minnesota 9. 2B—Scnaive, Johnson. HR—Johnson, Hinton. IP 9 4 2-3 a—Called out on strikes tor Podres in 8th; b—'.Valked for Walls In 8th; c—Ron ' for Snider in 8th; d—Struck out for Sav- i age In 8th; e—Filed out for Amaro In ! 8th; f—Grounded Into force ploy for Wine in 9th; g—Struck out for Baldschun in 9th. Los Angeles 000 JO) (40—4 Philadelphia 001 000 010—2 E—Wills. PO-A—Los Angeles 27-8, Philadelphia 27-10. DP—Howard and Roseboro: Wills, Gilliam ond Moon. LOB—Los Anaeles 6, Philadelphia E 2B-Wir,», Howard. 3B~Roseboro. HR- Taylor, Demeter. SB—Savage, Sievers Wills. S—Collison, Bennett IP H R 10-10). 7 6 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 71-3 7 4 12-31 0 Podres (W, Roebuck Perranoskl Bennett (L Baldschun U—Vemon, Pryor, T-2:34. A-25,828. 5-9).. Donate!! ER BB SO 1 2 5 1 1 2 002 4 3 3 0 1 2 , Secory. RufiOc(A (>.','. 7-6) Kout (L. 13-12).., Moranda . 41-2 4 HBP—By Kadt (Rudolph). Syicrno, Berry, Hono'hick. 15.504. R ER BB SO 0043 5402 1014 U—Schwarts, T-2:14. A- BOSTON ct Y tr?c ski II Cento:- 't Runr.t •> ID Ma!:or,e 3b ib . Conie/ p Totals O--! J Opp*:d KANSAS ab r h bl 3100 Causey ss 5123 Charles 3b 5012 Lumpe 2b 5020 Siebern Ib 5 2 2 0 Alusik II 5010 Cimoli rt 412) DelGreco i 4211 Bryan c 4120 Segul p Ptister p aTartabull Archer p WaiKer p bjimenez Williams p 408 13 7 Totals out tor Pfcster in CINCINNATI CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r h bi Kasko 3b 6131 Landrum rf 4010 Blas'ome 2b 6 3 1 0 Hubbs 2b Plnson cf 623 4 Williams If 000 0 Altman Ib 5120 Santo 3b 0000 Brock cf 4334 Rodgers ss 6-132 Berte/l c 5221 Barragan c 0000 Koonce p 6021 Lory p 2 I 1 0 Anderson p 1 0 0 ObWill 200 0 Gerard p 1 0 1 OcMcKnight 5014 31 13 Totals on error for Nuxhall SPORTS BRIEFS GOLF OKLAHOMA CITY—Terry Dill. Austin, Tex., fired a 4-under-par 68 and tied Johnny Pott, Gulf Hills, Miss., for the first round lead in the $35,000 Oklahoma City Open. HUNTINGTON, W. Va.—Wayne Downey, Gadsden, Ala., took a one stroke lead at 141 af the halfway mark of the 72-hole Joycee International Tournament. SALT LAKE CITY—Jackie Pung shot a 4-under-par 70 to lead In the first round of the Salt Lake City Ladles PGA Tournament. BUFFALO, N.Y. — Mary Lou Daniel, Louisville, Ky., edged Janls Ferraris, San Francisco 1 up on the 20th hole and Wary Alice Sawyer, the Maryland junior champion, eliminated Sue Lance, Woodland Hills, Calif., 4 ond 3 In semifinals of the U.S. Golf Association Girls Junior Championships. BASEBALL TOURNEYS point in its match with Richey to j in the same loop topped the dis- CLIPPER LEAGUE (Final Standings) W Ancon '<'• Orbiters Scoggins Playboys Calcam 24 L. C. Towing 24 ERA 74 i Klrkman II ! (This We«k'i Results) Men's Game: Pat Wilson, 254. Men's Series: Wilson, 595. Team Game: Orbiters, 998. Team Series: Orbiters, 2774. Pat Wilson led the Orbiters with Stron 8 and he lhrows lhose P unch ' a 254 line as the learn set league' cs from , the flo , or '" sa >' s Brown 998 game But l " c cx - c » am P is no light 1 puncher. His 83-19-10 record includes 38 knockouts, six of them in title defenses. The San Jose ex-Marine has knocked out 16 of 21 opponents, decisioned four others and lost only to veteran southpaw Kenny i Lane. a single while Norma Maitrcme's 549 set 21 21 30 32 3? 35 Orbiters, taffers. F. E M T U C K Y f A R I •' [ i STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY • ; OIS'IILERV COMPANY. LOUISVILLE 86 PROOF '. F. N T U C K Y Post If Robinson rf Gaines rf Comn Ib Keoi/jh if-cf Cardenas ss Zimmer 55 Edwards c Nuxhall p oMaloney K'pBst"in p Wilis n Totals a—Safe 4100 2100 3122 3021 3000 4010 2000 1000. 1 0 0 0 i 1000 0000' 1 0 0 0 ; 0 0 0 0 i 1000; 30 3 6 3 - •-. . In 5th; b—Filed out for Anderson in 7th, c— Grounded out for Gerard In ?1h Cincinnati 000304 322—14 Chicago 000 002 010— 3 ; E—Lary, Santo, Brock. PO-A—Cincinnati 27-9, Chicago 27-7. OP—Edwards and Kasko; Wills, Edwards and Coleman; CITY ob r h bi 3010 3010 4010 4000 4110 4112 3010 4000 0000 l 0 0 n Kasko ' Blasmgome and Colcrnan~"'LOB— 1000 Cincinnati 15, Chicago 8. 2B—Edwards, Cardenas, Keough HR— Altmar,, Pinson, Coleman. SB —Pobinson. 0000 0000 1000 0000 37 2 6 J 5th; b — By Tht Associated Prets LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES At Wllllamsport, Pa. Kankakee, III. 9, Pitman, N.J. 5 San Jose Calif. 2, Monterrey, Mexico 0 NATIONAL NON-PRO At Wichita, Kan. Hollandalc, Miss. 13, Roanoke, Va. 0 Cheyenne 3, Pittsburgh 1 (eliminated) BABE RUTH WORLD SERIES At Bridgeton, N.J. Charlotte, N.C. 9, El Monte, Calif. 2 (eliminated) Calumet City, III. 9, Bridgeton, N.J. 8 (eliminated! NATIONAL JUNIOR TOURNEY At Louisville Pittsburgh S, Youngstown, Ohio 3, 14 innings Louisville 7, Dayton 6 (eliminated) Maryland State 6, Philadelphia 0, (eliminated) Memphis 5, Younoslown 4, 11 Innings (eliminated) LCRC BETA HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE (Final Standings) W L Queenan's 38 14 High Hopes V "'5 Richey 3(1 "i 15"; Ben's 32Vs 19'.j State Farm 30 22 Buccaneer 30 22 Broad Street 29 ?3 Michelle's 28"? 2.V'3 Taylor 24',;- 27V; Hercules 18 34 Team No. 11 17 35 Ten Pinners 15 37 Team No. 14 14 38 Gutter Snipers 14 38 (This Week's Results) Women's Game: Polly H e n n I o a n, Ben's, 197. Women's Series: Dot Ellis, Queenan's, 522. Team Game: Oueenan's, 816. Team Series: Ben's, 2340. THURSDAY NITE MIXED LEAGUE Men's Game: H. J. Hebert, Flamingo, 222. Men's Series: Joe Wiles, Flamingo, 603. Women's Gome: Owen McLeod, Question AAarks, 202. Women's Series: Norma Mallrerne, Recreation, 549. Team Game: Piloli, 817. Team Series: Recreation, 2~J44. LCRC BANTAM ALPHA LEAGUE Men s Game: Doug Parker, C h a m- pions, 172. Men's Series: Parker, 303. Women's Game: Cindy Proske, Champions, 145. Women's Series: Proske, 285. Team Gome: First Federal, 441. Team Series: First Federal, 836. IP Nuxhall . .4 xK'ppstem (W, 5-3) 3 Con icy (N, 12-11). out lor Walker in Sth. j Boston 010 023 020—8 Kanias City 000000002—2 {. — r-iu'ik. PO -A—Boiton 27-10, Kansas Ci/ i/'10. DP—Ch.ories, Lumpe and Sie- • rj-rn Br'.iioud and Runnels. LOB —Bos- : to- 7. K'-.n.iO'.. Cit/ 6. '.B - -Schilling, Conley, Causey. HR— Br---s^-, ;ft, CifTioli. IP H R ER BB SO 9 62234 1 10000 I-' "l" (L, 3 11) . 4 7 3 I 0 1 ! Art c 133 3 3 I 0 ! VVolk' r 2 2-3 2 2 2 1 I i Wil'itr.n. • 1 0 0 0 0 0; Wp...pfistrr. PB— Bryan 1. U—Stewart, j /VSrKniley, Chylak, Urnont. T—2:18. A— I 3.43?. I CLEVELAND DETROIT ob r h bi ob r h bl 5132 F nandei si 5121 50)0 Bruton cf 5000 5011 Kalme rl 5442 4 0 0 D Colaviio If 3120 1010 Cash Ib 3223 0 U McAuliile 2b 3 0 1 1 Wills Koonce (L, 9-7) . Lary Anderson . Gerard x—Faced three PB—Bcrtell gess. T—3'2I. 2 31-3 2 1 2-3 2 men in U—Stelner, A—7.28T. R 0 3 0 3 3 4 4 3 0 i 2 8th. Landes ER BB SO 034 3 Bog- ST. LOUIS MILWAUKEE ob r h bi ob r h bi cf I uplc/.v rf Esseyicn If Grtc c b Fr ct:rj Ib Ror. j c. Held a cKi. •(' Phi 11 ps -b Klnac'i 2b Grant p Collum p aKubuzyn p Javier 2b 4 0 0 0 Samuel ss gSch'd M 100 ObTorre White In 412 0 Raymond p James rf 4021 Bell If Boyer 3h 301 Or Johnson If Oliver if 401 OMaye rf Smith cf 4 0 1 OH. Aaron rf Schofter c 411 OCrondall c AAoxvill ss 3000T. Aaron Ib dWhitfield 1 0 0 OAspr'nt* 3b Brogllo p 3011 Boiling 2b eA^uslol 1 o 1 OHendley p (Gibson OOOOaMcMII'n it lilt Totali W 2 10 J Total! J» J 7 } o---Doubled for Hendley In Bth; b— 3000 1000 0000 2111 0000 4001 3010 4020 3000 3000 3120 2000 3100 Boros 3b 4011 1000 Brown c 3000 5000 Aguirre p 4010 4110 Fox p 0000 1000 0000 1010 0000 1101 _„.. . 0000 Total* 38 i I t Tololj IS 113 I o—bingied (or Collum in Sth; b—Safe on error for Dalle/ In 6th; c—Struck out (or Held in 9th. C!*veUmd 000 005 000—5 P*»rel» JU Ml W*—» E—Boros 4, Bruton PO-A — Cleveland 24 10, Detroit 27 7. DP—Kindgll, Held ond Front ci'J. Boioi, McAcjiiitc and Cash. LOB~<.i«'ClOMd 11, Detroit 7. i8--"-j''Dy. Lupio Koinie HR—Per- naod"Z Kd'inj '4, C cvh IP H R ER BB SO Filed out (or Samuel In 8lh; c—Ran for Bell in 8th; d—Fanned for Maxvill In «h; c-Singled for Broflllo In »th; f— Ran for Muslal In 9th; 9—Grounded Into rioubic- ploy for Javier In 9th, ! Milwaukee ..'.'...'.'.'.'.','.'.'.' 000 100 Olx—3 ! E—T. Aaron. PO-A—St. Louis 24-13. i Milwaukee 27-16. DP—Boyer, Javier and j White; Maxvill, Javier and White; Bolling, Samuel and T. Aaron; Boiling, McMillan ond T. Aaron. LOB—St. Louis 8, Milwaukee 5. 2B—James, While, Oliver, Boiling, McMillan. HR-Bell. IP H R ER BB SO Broglio (1. 10-6). 8 73333 Hendley (W, 9-10) 8 92210 Raymond .... 1 10001 WP—Broglio U--Harvey, Barlick, Vorgo, Crowford. T—2.06. A—11,363. FOOTBALL Gc<.r! (L, Collv N D'i ty 66) 223 1 1-3 . FD* WP i (W, 12-5) . Afluln* U 1-2:44 i 1-3 23 3 1 , 1 ' l\ I boor, $mith, Rice, Thurtdoy't Pro FOOtboll By The Aitgcioled Pr«u CANADIAN LEAGUE ipeg 33, Toronto 13 EXHIBITION (AU 2). Houston (AU U NEED MONEY? SAVE af The ASSOCIATES Wise borrowers know that a loan from The Associates costs less because 'he rates are lower. If you can repay $26.04 per month you may obtain $500 cash from The Associates. Isn't that better than getting otijy $450 or $475 for the same monthly payment elsewhere? Gheck the examples shown below and SAVE. It not only costs less but you'll find The Associates friendly, courteous folks to do business with. 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