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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 13

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Angels Use New Weapon To Squeeze by Yankees By The Associated Press The Los Angeles Angels, who have used many and varied devices in their American League pennant chase, now have resorted to the use of T 'n T. The Thomas boys, Lee and George, sometimes known around the City of Angels as the T 'n T combination, collaborated in producing a 13th inning run Thursday that saved at least some semblance of an American League race. Lee, home on George's double for the run that beat the New York who had singled, rode DuPonf After 14fh Doubles Crown IT'S GONE — Yankee left fielder Tom Tresh leaps against the wall but can't reach Angel Billy Moran's game-tying home run in the eighth inning at Los Angeles Thursday. The smash—Moran's second of the day—sent the game into extra innings, with Los Angeles winning in the 13th, 5-4. (AP Wire- photo). HOME RUNS AMERICAN LEAGUE Fernandez (M), Kaline <20), Cash (33), Tigers; Bressoud (12), Red Sox; Cimoli (10), Athletics; Tresh (17), Yankees; Moran 2 (IS), Angels; Retier (7), Johnson (12), Hlnton (16), Senators; Allison (10), Twlni. NATIONAL LEAGUE Bell (5), Braves; Bowman (1), Giants) Plnson (20), Coleman (26), Reds; Altman (21), Cubs; Vlrdon (4), Pirates; Taylor (7), Demeter (23), Phillies, BROOKLINE, Mass. <AP)There are no secret formulas In the amazing success story of Margaret Osborne duPont, seeking her 14th title in the National Doubles Tennis Championships. "I just enjoy tennis very much and play the game a lot," said Mrs. duPont today before she joined her partner Margaret Varner in a semifinal match against top-seeded Americans, Karen Hantze Susman and Billie Jean Moffitt. 'It's as simple as that." At the age of 44, Mrs. duPont won her first crown in 1941 before some of her rivals were born. That was the case when she and Miss Varner, both of Wilmington, Del., upset the No. 2 foreign tandem of Margaret Smith, Australia and Justina Bricka, St. Louis, Thursday. Mrs. duPont, wife of multimillionaire William duP o n t Jr. won her first championship with Sarah Palfrey Cooke here in 1941 She went on to capture 10 straight through 1950, the others in partnership with Louise Brough. The duPont-Brough tandem clicked again for another string of three straight titles, 1955,57. Mrs. duPont says she follows no special diet, no rigid training schedule and is not bound to a set of exercises. Yankees 5-4. It allowed the Angels to salvage the last of a key, three-game series and escape only one game farther back than when they started. They're now five behind and still within shooting distance of the perennial American League champs. A Yankee sweep would have, given the New Yorkers' a In the nightcap, lefty Don Rudolph stopped the Twins on six hits, retiring the last 14 men in order. He got the backing of a 13-hit attack, that included back- to-back homers by Bob Johnson and Chuck Hinton. Kaline stroked two homers, a double and a single while Cash drove in three runs on his 33rd EfttfrAY, AUG. H I^St Lafci Cforte Aff»trfc«ft frm. I exee <&& s&ftj 60WSTOHAVE10 6010 SCHOOL "I don't train seriously like the »ood athletes, at least not now," Mrs. duPont says. "What success t have had goes back to the idea that tennis for me is fun, not work." Mrs. duPont, reflecting on the elimination of Miss Smith, conceded to be the world's top women's singles player today, said: seven-game bulge. j homer and a single to make it Minnesota lost two to Washing- ***?J™ TIth ^, Ti S ers a 8 ainst &* ton 6-4 and 6-0, dropped from second place to third and went six full games off the pace. The first game of the twi-night doubleheader was a reply of Wednesday's 8-8, 10-inning tie. Detroit, behind the hefty hitting of Al Kaline and Norm Cash, beat Cleveland 8-5 while Boston had little trouble with Kansas City, 8-2. Baltimore and the Chicago White Sox were not scheduled. The Thomas boys provided the 13th inning explosion that rocked the Yanks, but it was a couple of other Angels, Billy Moran and "We played a steadier game and Dan Qsinski, who kept them alive capitalized on their errors. Indians. Hank Aguirre, staked to a 7-0 lead after four innings, coasted in to his 12th victory. Boston's Gene Conley had a four-hitter going into the ninth at Kansas City, but was touched for a single and Gino Cimoli's homer, spoiling his shutout. He was supported by a 13-hit attack that included Eddie Bressoud's two-run eighth inning homer. IU STOW. AND lUftAV ALL Haft6Attes.AN(>raT8>l 6ET ACON6 WITH EVERVBOOV.. BUT I WON'T LEARN LATIN!! "For us It was most satisfying because it was the first time this year that Margaret and I have won a touch-and-go match in a major tournament." Along with this lone women's semifinal, the schedule today called for the second half of the men's quarterfinals. BROOKLINH, Moss. (AP)— Summaries of Thursday's quarter-final matches at the National Doubles Tennis Tournament: WOMEN Mrs. Sandra Reynolds Price and Ronee Schuurman, South Africa, defeated Lynn Halnes, Dallas, and Andrla Miller, San Carlos, Calif., 6-1, 6-1. Dorlene Hard, Montebello, Calif., and Maria Bueno, Brazil, defeated Deldre Call and Elizabeth Starkle, England, 6-2, 6-2. MEN Chuck McKlnley, St. Ann, Mo., and Dennis Ralston, Bakersfleld, Calif., defeated Billy Knight and Mike Songster, England, 2-A, 6-2, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3. Boro Javanovlc and Nikola Plllc, Yugoslavia, defeated BUI Hoogs and Jim McManus, Berkeley, 3-6, 6-1. Calif., 12-10, 5-7, 9-7, that long. New York jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the second inning, largely on Tom Tresh's three-run homer, before the Angels started back. Moran started the comeback with a two-run homer in the third and his solo job in the eighth tied it 4-4. After that it was Osinski. He shut out the Yanks on two hits over the last five innings. Lee Thomas led off the 13th with a single, was bunted to second and scored on George Thomas' double down the left field line. Ken Retzer and relief pitcher Bennie Daniels were the first- game heroes for Washington in the Senators' sweep over Minnesota. Retzer provided the winning blow with a two-run sixth inning homer that broke a 44 tie. Daniels, who took over in the fifth, retired 14 men in order before walking Earl Battey with two out In the ninth. MAJOR LEAGUE standings AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Behind New York . ... n 50 ,«n — Los Angeles ... 72 M .543 S Minnesota .... 72 58 .554 * Chicago tt 62 .516 11 Detroit A3 63 .500 13 Baltimore ... 61 64 .488 14"i Cleveland .... 60 67 .472 16V» Boston 60 68 .'69 17 Kansas City .... 5? 70 .457 18'A Washington ... 48 77 .378 28Vj THURSDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 8, Cleveland 5 Boston 8, Kansas City 1 Los Angeles 5, New York i, 13 Innings Washington 6-6, Minnesota 4-0, twi-night Only games scheduled ! TODAY'S GAME New York (Bouton 5-4 and Turley !-2) : at Baltimore (Estrada 5-13 and Fisher ! 5-5), (2), Iwl-nlght. I Boston (MonbouqueTte 10-12) of Cleveland (Ramos 5-10), night Washington (Burnside 5-10) at Detroit (Regan 7-8), night Kansas City (Pena 1-1) at Minnesota (Plels 7-3), night Chicago (Herbert 13-7) at Lei Angeles (Bowsfleld S-6J, night SATUDRAY'S SCHEDULE! Chicago at Los Angeles Kansas City at Minnesota Washington at Detroit Boston at Cleveland New York at Baltimore, (2, day-night) NATIONAL Won Lost Pet. Behind Los Angeles ..83 45 .648 — Son Francisco 79 48 .422 3VJ Cincinnati .. 79 49 .A17 4 Pittsburgh ..74 53 .583 8'-i Milwaukee .. 70 59 .543 13'7 St. Louis 69 58 .543 13"» Philadelphia 62 69 .473 22V« Chicago 47 81 .347 36 Houston .45 82 .354 37Vj New York 32 96 .250 51 THURSDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco 2, New York 1, 10 Innlngl Cincinnati 14, Chicago 3 Milwaukee 3, St. Louis 2 Pittsburgh 4, Houston 0, night Los Angeles 4, Philadelphia 2, night TODAY'S GAMES Milwaukee (Clonlnger 5-2) at Chlcag* (Buhl 9-9) San Francisco (O'Oell 14-11) at Philadelphia (McLlsh 8-3), night Los Angeles (Drysdale 22-A) at New YorK (Hook 7-14), night Houston (Woodeshlck 5-14) at Cincinnati (Purkey 19-4), night Pittsburgh (McBean 13-8) at St. Loull (Gibson 14-1), night SATURDAY'S SCHEDULB Los Angeles at New York Houston at Cincinnati Milwaukee at Chicago Pittsburgh at St. Louis San Francisco at Philadelphia 2016 EAST BROAD STREET ED TAUSSIC FORD'S NEW LOCATION Compare Prices—Taussig's will be Lower I Much Lower I Clarence and Front Street 2016 East Broad Street HE 6-0511 436-0545 Oni Hour Free Porklna With Minimum Purchas* •t 1.00 SHOP CONVENIENTLY ... 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