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RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Attfust X, 19Sf 4 Sec. i, P«f e 2 By, The AwocuiM Pttm (Complete ttirouih gftmes of Frtdky, July 31) American League | NoMonal League TBAM BATTING AB Ft H iCMss* Cit7 .3406 *6h tlO NCIt Torn ....3tOI 455 QtO C1eV«l«t>d ...34S« 4«e ]t»4 Drtrou a \i 411 »oa ChlMKO 3405 ChlMKp WMhlnRton BsUlmore 3434 3389 .3413 43 i 473 43fi 376 S70 874 810 803 ClWl »Dd ...974 New. Torn ... a7a» ChlcfeffO 2738 BalUmore . . 8767 Detroit .. 2783 Doston . . . 2080 K»ns«ii City . 2653 W»«hihgton 2710 Triple play—BalHniore. TEAM riELnns-0 1075 1149 1138 1146 10311 1082 1076 1158 7*. 83 84 88 80 85 95 105 HR 80 110 118 108 64 85 125 83 DP 104 103 88 114 PI ion 03 88 Pct.i '•.567; at. Lou Id .250 .256 ,2.57 .3R6 Otnoldnstl Milwaukee I,o» AfiRelc* .. ,„.t'ltt»buri?h ";!chtc»M , I TRAM tIATTINO AB R H 3389 3IMW 3434 3541 363B 3510 3443 3281 496 186 518 »61 490 806 481 830 421 848 467, 886 431 893 382 806 TRAM FIRLDIN PO A ton AngOM .. 2843 1149 Clnelnniltl 2706 1086 ,„.at. t-oull 2736 1082 ;4;iMllwBiikee 2660 1146 jZS ^CIilcBBO 2714 1148 o„'8«n Pr*!! 2763 1074 ji^Pltl.'ihiirgh . . 2BJ7 1187 PhllHrtrlphU ., .2988 889 Pel .««0 .979 .978 .878 ( I 106 HB I'ct 80 III 119 •6 77 108 18 76 III 111 52 .904 46,550 47.778 New York Cleveland Detroit ChlcRgo . Baltimore KftlliiRS City 30.611 Boston 34.818 We.ihlnitton 2S.6fi» TolRU Major League Totals ATfeiVDANCR Cat). DHw 1838 67.(100 36 (81,709 73.811 44 962.765 49 869,426 46 834,136 43 674.738 SI 690,133 46 640.829 45 447.413 6.061,190 IM8 , 738.766j Ln.» An«elM lon'^silMllwBiiker 43,827 8»4:H,5»jP"t,.burRh 39.000 981 no'fnn Pf»n. 23.000 OOoiBOIi"'' ''0"''« 30,500 880,7113 !PI>ll»'l'lP>'l» 33,398 669 506 CInolnnBll 30.328 341,a»7 ClilcRBii 36,759 4.984,331. i TolalR ATTinnANt -K cap Uatm 1898 94 ,600 91 1,393.76* 1,463,461 91 1,149.910 1,376,868 47 983,714 880,717 51 663.836 865.481 43 898.098 71»,5»« 41 863,111 «3( 169 48 931,946 988,634 43 538,290 991.631 6.568.331 7,135,700 12,648,531 12.no.O»fl: INniVtDVAL BATTINCl (150 or more at b «t »i INniVIDDAl. nATTINO 1150 or more at batai All H H MR hbl Pel AB Prancona. Clev. 205 Kuenn, Det. . 307 WoodllnR. Bait. 305 Maria. KC rot. Chi Kaline, I>et RunncU, Bos. Power. Clev, . Kubek. NY Bkowron, NY Mlfioao, Clev, Mantle, NY Jeniien, Bon. Wllllamii, KC AllUon, W»»h. Smith. KC . Berra. NY Tutlle, KC Wrrtl, Bo» Apurtclo, Chi, ^rldgp«, Del. 373 410 331 377 413 297 383 376 353 349 306 407 188. 33 399 39 33fi 185 394 338 336 307 Tlcmnn. BuU. M«l?onP, Bos Rlch«rd.inii. NY 244 ColBVlto. Clev. 390 Lonea. NY .373 Lollnr. Chi. . 396 l,emon. Wash. . 344 Cerv. kc 393 JIo»«r<l. NY :'.'>« Blehrrn. NY 313 Pllsrrik. Halt. 1 .S3 Strlfklnnd, Cley. 301 Thronrberry, Wash. Orriifil. Bo.*. White, Br>*. Phillips, CM. H H 36 81 64 136 44 103 58 91 53 137 58 109 61 131 81 136 41 91 39 84 61 66 68 49 U8 64 1)7 64 85 53 95 30 53 68 109 31 91 31 63 fil 1(19 31 67 63 107 93 103 43 96 103 101 nh nbl Prt ; Aaron, Mil 10 44 395|cunham Bt 13 Vo J3Hi*'"^'> 8'- ^ 14 56 335 Tcmplr cm 18 tl "JiHobln.on, cm, ' ^9 33liCn"'<la, BP « 46 ,30fljPhlll(>v. Phil, iJ 59 iSSi"""*™ 393iPlniinn, (;in. 19 r,« 30 95 yelger, Bon, fiandU, Chi. Boyd, Bait, nouai", KC 367 249 198 38H 165 335 380 241 Ta^hy. Ball. 380 McDougftUl. NY 2B« Boiling, Uct, . . 2f!B Martin, Clev. 317 Yon. Det. . 350 Smith, Chi. . 283 Klaut, Bait. 175 Keough, »o». 198 Naragon, WaAh. 176 Held. Clev. 347 Klllebrew, Wa«h Sfil SeMaeitr), KC 304 Bertola, Waah. 372 45 38 3p; 44 23 38 30 35 18 35 19 48 26 23 52 34 38 34 93 79 m B4 41 80 71 60 ,'i2 75 43 Kll "2 113 97 75 68 55 80 88 43 71 Bauer, NY Acpromonte, " Wa»h. Makwell. Del. Lumpe. KG jrilllnm!!. Bos, Jadiey. KC 240 151 341 19 39 15 53 73 25 30 35 33 54 23 1ft 37 14 10 3 n 9 I 4 n 4 1 9 4 7 1^ 10 a A 0 19 33 5 8 7 73 50 69 17 44 31 36 40 33 33 in 13 77 03 56 64 53 43 44 7 39 35 31 V .i 27 25 40 34 35 39 h 32 37 34 17 33 14 43 Rl 39 27 36 . 403 73 146 28 L. 303 39 lot 4 . 358 54 119 8 411 70 135 5 75 130 24 87 128 31 33 50 6 64 107 2 81 131 13 .393 .389 368 287 ,287 .384 .283! ZHljIlorer, HI, .377 .377 276 Bank*. Chi. I-ORan. Mil Neal. LA MallioWH. Mil. Ailri.rk. Mil L. 374 404 . J57 .341 .438 387 394 414 371 311 Moon. Slilllrr. May«, BP I.A I A 275 Climill. HI I.. jT^.llruton Mil •jiilllodiii*. LA nin Diirgena PItl. ^•i^o HUiart. IMtl. 270 Clfmenlr Pill '^70 llouchre, Phil. 2r,8 P"""""". Phil aiKlltlaaamr 81. I., 430 2A(I llonk, Pitt . 385 (11 Binlth. HI. L. 343 206|«pcnrer, 81' , , 381 205 C'ovlnglon Mfl, 330 2r,;i KIrkland. HP 363 Aslihurn. Phil .261 1. 'I'aviiir Clil. .257 rirll. (.'Ill .257 Clroiit, I'llt 257 Lvnrh. CIn. 255iaiii,iiiiT, PIU. 2.;ilAlou, HP •J^IClraimiiaa. fit. H"|Ma«ero«kl. Pitt •3; iMiiJlal. Ht. L. ..lonrv cm .29 .250 .350 .246 .347 .347 346 .240 265 33 304 35 173 35 352 33 33 6 Suddln, Bos 352 56 «3 frlandos. Unit. 2H» 34 67 lardncr. Halt. 316 27 Jaley, Bo«. 160 8 Plemall. dev. 223 38 Bamlord. Wniih. 302 19 (earaon, Bait 164 33 Carrasquel, Halt 344 32 forgeaon. Chi. 197 37 Cerberct, Det. . 252 30 tSevera. Wnah. 350 41 Oaborne. Del. . Itl3 23 Marrla. Det. . 218 37 MIxon. Clev. 158 H Orand alam homera ))nd. two; Skowroii. New York, I rlniiiloa and Woodling, naltlmoic: Held and dolavKo, Clevnliktul: Cerv, Mnrls. Wurd $nA Orlm. Kanaaa Cllv; AIILiiui. 'Ihronc- brrry and I.ciiioii. WashliiKton, Yoat, Ilrdlgps, Miixwrll mul l.i-pcTo, Del roll. Buddin, Stepheni and Jpngeii, llo^ituii. BImpaon nn(f Smith, ChlcnK", onr PHCII. II tl8 18 31 36 37 99 73 6 21 37 111 51 3 19 46 4 19 37 0 h 55 4 23 44 N 36 66 9 30 95 16 33 34 3 16 44 8 36 25 0 13 MInoao, ClPvr McMillan, CIn, Di'ilielrr. LA llrHiidt, HP Walla, Chl. Thoinaon. Chl. Dark. Chl Crandall. Mil. H An'aon. 24^,1 Koppe, Ph 243 I.nnH, Chl. 8 Taylor, Chl 334 KaKku cm. . . 164 llBlley, cm. . 338 Torre, Mil. . 183 MnrKhall. Cht 194 I'oat Phil. 389 Onvporl. BP 397 VIrdun, Pitt. 394 Piilrly. LA Itoaeboro. LA Altmnn. Chl I.andrlth. BP 222 Thnmas, CIn. .230|Mp)lnR, rut. .211) Mnryii, Chl. 204|ci Ah-aon, Phil. 288 ISRiZiminpr, LA , 203 64 130 39 38 81 13 78 137 13 75 113 39 36 63 12 370 97 110 18 350 93 104 8 249 37 74 13 380 76 113 17 405 53 119 8 311 90 91 9 394 43 86 19 239 34 70 8 386 49 83 18 334 40 65 3 339 48 96 13 316 43 63 15 71 123 I 41 110 8 39 98 10 38 108 8 33 90 5 48 86 17 97 109 ! 97 no 3 35 lot 14 48 109 6 38 78 13 48 95 to 37 47 8 39 61 3 41 89 5 36 66 8 37 64 10 36 57 8 309 49 81 17 330 49 83 9 383 39 76 9 306 3* 69 9 333 44 86 I 346 40 89 13 Phil 319 34 81 II 309 39 93 1 240 30 03 13 307 377 397 368 391 290 355 176 L, 229 373 249 243 217 ,343 .240 217 .233 .233 ,331 .331 ,330 .338 336 .325 .333 35 58 18 41 10 59 16 49 18 38 37 70 11 52 97 9 43 96 183 33 44 353 35 61 349 31 58 161 19 38 380 30 85 337 33 92 261 37 58 28 61 17 39 89 39 56 48 89 71 28 18 80 98 36 57 70 41 83 53 94 66 64 20 61 31 54 19 51 43 18 49 38 48 39 49 18 30 73 41 43 41 24 17 40 33 39 24 63 38 26 37 27 40 41 9 33 38 11 33 39 27 97 30 25 19 34 19 30 39 23 25 31 25 Barber Keeps Lead, Sanders 2d in PGA ,363 334 .333 338 .331 .319 .318 .314 .31 .310 .310 .307 .303 ,399 .397 ,397 397 395 ,294 ,293 ,283 .393 .390 .280 .287 .387 .388 .386 ,286 ,383 .381 ,380 .279 .277 .376 .269 .269 .368 .367 .367 ,265 .305 363 363 263 .3Ii9 .389 .359 .398 ,297 ,354 .394 253 .393 .390 .348 347 347 .346 .344 344 .343 .341 .337 .336 .233 .339 ,322 .213 .173 —AP WIrephoto Out of sandtrnp toward the pin flew ball hit by Mike Souchak, who followed Its trajectory closely in PGA tourney action. (Another tourney photo on third sports page.) Purkey, Reds Rip Cubs; Giants Blast Pirates CINCINNATI — (/!') — Pitcher Bob Purkey. n .173 hitter, clubbed a grand slam home the Chicago Cubs here Saturday 12-3. Purkcy's big htjmer cumc in a seven-run Cincinnati third inning. Later he had a double that mi.s.scd being a homer by only a few feet. lie allowed only three hits after a shaky first inning and chipped in with fielding, too. by flagging down a by Walt Moryn and turning it into a double play that came with two on base. The victory boosted into H tic with St. 1 sixth place in the National League. Vada Pinsoii and Perky Purkey Chlrago— 11 ICInrlnnatl—I! All H II AH R III SAN FRANCISCO — l/P) • Rookie Willie McCovey's hit- T.Taylor.3b 4 1 I'TrmpiP 2b 3 2 3i Hark,3b 3 0 0 Pinion cf 5 3 3i lionnplly.p n 0 0 llill.rf 5 1 3' li-Lonu 1 0 Ollohlnson.lb 5 0 01 HliiHlplonp 0 0 0 Lynch. ir 5 2 3 Mnrnhnll.lb 4 0 0! Bftllpy.r 5 1 3 llnnk.n.nn 4 1 I'MiMlllnn as 5 1 3 Miirvn II 4 1 3lKB»kr> 3b 4 1 1 H TBvlor.t 4 0 I'l'iirkpyp 4 1 3 Thomson.rf 3 0 "i Altman.rf 4 n o! tlnlililp,!) 1 0 "1 Iliir.hnrdt.p 0 0 n' B-Hrhult 1 0 n' Eaddy,3b 1 0 n T<itftl« 33 3 61 ToliiU 41 12 10 a (IrouiK out (or liii/lmrdt III fldh: b Htriick iiiil (or Ominrllv In piKhlh Chlciimi 300 nnu oOl- 3 cini innall 207 102 oox 13 K Dark. 8. Taylor, Kndilv, Lvnrh, KiMko I'O A Chirauo 24-H: CIniIn- iiatl 27-9 1)1 '-• lark T Taylor iiiiil Marnlmll: Piirkrv and lldblnitoh : Kaakii. Tpinplp nnd Itoblnson, HJH ChlcaKo 5 (.'liii'Inniitl 8 1 mil lliiiikv Morvn, Plnann 2 IlPll. 1 viirli 2. lliilli'V. I'urkcy 1 211 I'lirkt y UK I'lnsiiii [ VII Ji I'lirkev. ! IP II 11 F.R nil .so .Ilolllilr (n. II 91 2' 1 5 5 5 2 1 1 llii?luirdl I'l 5 5 5 0 11 \ llcjillli'llv 3 5 2 1 1 2 iHliiKlpton 1 1 n 0 0 1 inning powered the San Fran Cisco Giants to a 9-5 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates Saturday, The Giants had to come from behind to win and hold their half-game National League lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers and Milwaukee Braves. A ."i-minute melee erupted in Spencer slid into third base and nicked Don lloak's bare!tournament t'litk.'v iw. in-1111 I'll MINNEAPOLIS —(^W— Tiny Jerry Barber holed a tremendous uphill putt of 35 feet on 'the 18th green Saturday to pre" serve his lead In the PGA championship against onrushing Doug Sanders. After 54 holes, the 43-year- old golf glove salesman from Los Angeles was only a stroke in front with a total of 205— five under par for the route on the 6,850-yard Minneapolis Golf Club course. Barber, weary and faltering after his fine 65 of Friday; came In with a third roi|nd of 71, one over the standard figures of 3535—70. Sanders, a broad shoul<^ered Georgian with the no-windup golf swing, had caught him at the 16th hole, but Barber had the one good shot left to thrill a gallery of 12,000 surrounding the home green. Sanders picked up three strokes with a 68, his second sub-par round in succession. Two strokes back of the lead was Mike Souchak, the big- hitting ex-football player, who also had a 71 despite his inability to sink a good putt all day. The Ones to Beat Thfese three were the ones to beat as the richest and best- attended PGA championship of all time headed into its final round tomorrow over the heat- seared Minneapolis course. Dow Finsterwald, the defending champion, and Gary Middlecoff, the man who gave up tooth-pulling to win the Open golf title twice, were five strokes back at 210. They weren't entirely out of it, as the sudden changes of the standing for the past two days have shown. Neither were a few other good golfers—but their chances looked slim. Barber, after a dazzling 65 Friday—the lowest score of the started Satur day's round with a two stroke lead over Souchak and four over Sanders. He lost it all and traps and rough, missed a couple of short putts and then pulled himself out with the long ones. Field Cut Again The PGA field was cut for the second time after today's round, leaving 64 players with scores of 221 or better to play the final round tomorrow. If they all finish the round—and it's worth at least $200 to do that—the prize money will total $51,375. That makes the PGA second only to the Masters in value. Trailing.MUdlecof f and Finsterwald in the 54-hole standings were Bob Rosburg, Gene Littler and Jay Hebert at 211 and Sam Snead, a three- time PGA winner at match play; Tommy Jacobs and Ken Venturl at 212. Tommy Bolt, the 1958 Open champion whose fine bid to catch the leaders was lost in a trap at the 16th hole, was one of four with 213 totals. PGA Leaders jerrjr Barb«r 6t>«5-71— IM Doug Sanders tt 'M -et —iM Mike Souchak 60-67-71—207 Dow Finsterwald 71-68-71—3t« Gary MIddlecorf 72-68-70-210 Jay Hcbort 72-70-69—211 Oenc LltUer 6»-70-73 -8n Bob Rosburg 71-72-68—211 Tommy Jacobs 73-71-68—3U Sam snead 71-73-68—213 Ken venturl 70 -Ta -7(>-«It Tommy Bolt Te-es -6a— all Bob Ootlbr T>-«»-72—3iJ Bill Casper Jr. M-71.7J— JIS Fred Hawkins 89-71-73—3IJ Walter Burkemo ea -73.7>—314 Buster Cupit 70-73-71— 314 Ed Oliver 7S-70-6 »~ll4 Jack Burk* Jr. 70-73-73— lis Doug Ford 71-73-71—21S Chicle Harbert 73-71-71—218 Lionel Hebert 71-69-76-218 Arnold Palmer 73-72-71—21» Art Wall Jr. 70-73-73—318 Orioles Collar Cleveland 5-2 (irand i.lam hninprn Preesp. I'hlladnl- phla. Hirer: Averlll, Chlcnuo. two; Math- pw.H, Mllwuukfp: Hklnnpr and Oroal. I'lllnbiirnh; lioyer and While. Ht. LoiiU; llllMk^. ChlraRo: Joiie«, Clnrlnnull, Wasiier and Brandt, Ban Pranoitco. one vacli. piTniiNd (CItht nr more ilrelal<mi>) • II' H " WIDielm, Ball 153 123 I..oea, Bait. 48 35 Walker, Iiiill. lis «e McLl.ih, Clev. 1B3 148 Daley, KC 134 128 Shanll. NV 73 53 Lown, Chl. .55 41 Basoual. Wh. 187 138 Perry, CIPV. . 70 63 8»iaw, Chl. .136 131 Lary, DPI 105 155 Mosul. Det. .140 124 Ford. NY . 1*0 134 mraresB. Clev 75 58 Brewer, Bos. 143 141 VKynu. Chl . 185 13B garver, KC 147 148 Delock, Bos, . Ill 105 Q'Dell, Bait. 130 111 Brown. Bait. 103 lOO Pappai, Bait. 120 lOH Oltmar, NY . 123 108 Donovan, chl. 122 118 Blerce. Chl, , 164 164 Vfcrsen, NY ,85 80 Casale, Bos, .112 83 Bell, Clev, , .140 133 Kucks, KC .86 101 Orant, Clev. in »i 9tBCher. Wash 135 145 Score, Clev. . 148 104 Maas, NY ... 83 96 riTCIIINd (KiRhl or more depimon.M IP M III) BO W L Bu i:o w I. r,» ;f:»';r„ «2 '« •> ?/^? nuhL M^ • • m M Sni llpnrv. Chl. . 83 83 •1 IB Antonelll, 8F 182 154 SDik-ooli-y, Phil, 180 133 .J (,4|Hpahn, Mil. 85 188 22 28 4 34 71 H 46 711 13 38 7tl 12 211 50 5 27 34 7 55 123 11 28 47 7 32 51 0 3D 104 13 33 63 9 153 81 10 50 48 5 53 79 7 79 1211 14 31 45 H HI 58 49 6 I! 55 K 8 50 7 II 71 11 5 57 7 « 49 7 8 88 12 II 55 « 6 52 87 39 52 46 15 52 14 10 44 S 37 87 a 15 09 6 54 113 14 29 ns 9 . 82 101 14 10 agslDry.idalB, LA 199 105 60 173 14 8 3 pBlMlUer .SF 2 06 2.98 3.05 3 09 321 324 129 123 41 79 4 6 H. Jonps, 8F 170 151 78 141 14 10 Mrlll'el, 8t L. 104 105 30 89 9 10 Banford, 8P..137 128 44 73 9 B Nrw'be, CIn. 151 142 20 68 10 F.lston. Chl . 57 45 28 87 5 laddix, Pitt. 155 134 28 11 3 34lIIobble, Chl. .148 123 3 49'LIIW, Pitt. 173 163 3 49 lllllman, Chl. 133 123 45 21 49 35 42 49 48 «1 71 34 63 30 ^Ulllvai\, .Bos. 114 118 98 133 39 51 41 65 7 0 ( 5 6 H 4 8 0 9 9 9 5 7 3.49 3 53 3,07 3.71 3 73 3.76 3 79 3.79 3 86 3.88 4.03 4 05 4.07 4 14 4 16 4.18 4.22 4 22 4.23 ^amos. Wash. 102 102 38 65 10 13 Lmtman, Chl. 90 B9 46 58 4 4 T^rry, NY . ,117 134 41 62 3 8 Qrlm, KC 82 85 35 40 U U Qplrman, KC 89 65 27 44 2 8 Herbert, KC 146 142 48 74 10 7 4 32 Moore, Cht, 82 66 29 34 2 « 4.35 Bunnlng, Det, 164 160 49 117 9 10 4 50 Turlcy, NY .110 101 64 76 7 9 4 75 ISemmercr, Wash, .138 147 61 62 5 IS 4 76 n>ytack, Det. 14U 151 38 59 9 9 5 05 grim. Wash, 71 72 35 29 2 8 6 07 Narleskl, Det. 71 72 40 51 4 10 5 70 Harshman, Cl, 72 87 38 38 2 9 «75 •. One-hit games Wynn and Plercr, Chicago; Wllhelm, BHllUnore; Turley, New York: Pascuaf. Washington Klve m- nlngsi. MiCorck, 146 132 OUPii.^, Phil. . 31 134 Jacs'n, Bt I,, 168 195 Andrr'n, Chl. 148 143 Mirell ^t. L. 149 144 Lablne, LA . 67 68 Cardll. Phil. 76 61 lUirelle, Mil. 189 204 Kline, Pitt, 136 133 McDevltl, LA 112 114 Podres LA 128 129 Wllllnms, LA 99 82 63 lliirhiirdt, Chl, 84 78 34 Dra'sky, Chl, 95 83 llrosnan, CIn. 78 79 Jay, Mil .81 81 liobrrls. Phil. 151 103 Wllley. Mil 80 84 4MlPiirkPV cm, 143 163 4 30lLaw'ce, CIn. 112 121 63 88 II 40 69 It 25 63 6 58 95 10 58 85 7 38 «S 8 82 72 7 00 88 II 23 28 4 35 65 6 24 56 14 10 61 73 7 10 37 77 48 87 08 25 •I r r y j,„,„„ I.ynch iil.so hit homers fur Ihiv Hcd.'i. Holding On Three of Ihc Cub hils came iMtii.bur«b-,% in the first inning. They werem^,,,,,,,, sinnle.s by Tony Taylor. F-rniei|,'|^.';,';;.; Um[)ire Tony Venzon threw I hi.s arms as lloak charged H ''r«|'i;.r I)" Lu^ (;'r„«'i,,r,i; sponct'r and wrestled the Pi-|then edged out in front again ' " ' rale lliird sacker as playersiwith the final effort on the fnim bt)lh teams rushed to the ^ , , ht)t corner, A confused fracas Nan I raiulncii—!l 1 , ,, All IIII All It II followed but no one was hurt .If Banks and Moryii and producedj^jj .'^'i'""' * the two Ciiicaf?" runs. liobhic Goes Out Pinson's home run Krlend. Pitt. 1S6 170 Niixhall, CIn 100 125 Hom'ch, Phil. 90 89 IlrOKllo, 8t. L 113 116 Pena. CIn .82 95 Danlpls, Pit. 84 76 Uomrs, Vhll. 56 87 No-hlt gamo.s — lladdlx. PttlhburKh I perfect game for 13 InnlnRs. one hit In 131, McCormIck, Han Fraiicl.icu Ulve InnlnRsi. One-hit aames—Hubble and Buzhardt, rhli 'atin; 8, Jones and Banford, Ban Francisco 50 48 32 47 43 48 35 80 22 33 28 53 40 60 41 62 27 61 60 42 69 80 25 40 24 46 18 38 8 10 4 8 9 10 4 13 Kra 1 48 1 59 2 31 3 49 2.03 2 76 2.82 2.89 3.93 3.02 3 03 3 09 3.10 3 18 3.19 3.31 3 .18 3.38 3.45 3 67 3.59 3 46 3,68 3.78 3,78 4.00 4,07 4.10 4 18 4.18 4.18 4,26 4.26 4,44 4.47 4.50 4.53 4.68 4.63 477 4 .BU 8 10 6.38 5 77 6 J7 Vlr<loii,cl 4 (lloiik.3li 4 ' .Ma/<'io.'.kl.2b 2 iKiavllr,i- 4 Wltt,|i I PiirlTtlfULp 0 Johnny Temple walked allovvpdi I>Illlll'ls,p I the Reds to tie the after score their half and they locked it up in the third, driving starter Glenn llobbie out in the process. In that inning, Temple walked again, Pinson singled and Gus Uell singled to score Temple, Frank in i...N,.1,011 klron^.p I I 0 I 1 II 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 fl 1 .1 n u 1 llraiiilMI OiMavurl ;i OMl•^ml•y.lb 5 0'(.*ptn'clii,3Ii 3 2 0'C .)iiiipn ,2b I IIKIrkliiiid.rl 5 0 SpPiuTr 2b ,.s.n .1 1 I.aiutrlt h,i' 4 0 III i".:.i)ii(l,.ss 2 Oli-Wamiir 0 0*8,limes p 2 l»Bypilv.|) 0 0 0 i-llliii(li« I 0 o:i )avpupiin.3b 0 1 OMlllpr.|> 0 0 I 0 and one one was banished. 3 ;', Uycrly Winner 2 IVlcCovey, banging two dou- 1 hies and a single in his third " game with the Giants, started " the five-run seventh inning jj outburst with a single off los,^ ing pitcher Benny Daniels, the Totals 32 5 6 Totals ,11 » 14 , . , , „ n-dioupdni out iiir poii.iiirid in 4Ui,;third Puate hurler. After Or- li-Walki'd loi IlrissoiKl In 7lli, i-Ilnulili'd the final home green. Barber, a mite of 5-feet-5 who weighs no more than 135 pounds, was erratic from the start. He banged shots into WATER POLO MEET CHICAGO — (m — Eight or llyprly lii 7Ui, il-Han lur llhodps In 7th; i-PopP>'d out lor l-'aip In 8lli. PlltslMirKh 0,10 102 300-5 Ban I'raliclfif" H2 000 50x--9 F,-CpppdH 2 P(i-A • Plll^b^lr8h 24 -11; Bun rium-l^cii 27 -12 DP 8ppia-.T, Mc- <.'ovi'V, Hliiart iiiin.H.iHIi'd. Mareroskl,, u.-^..^.,,,,,! (iroai and Htiiart, LOB Pltlsliuriih 9, CoVOy. F.d BreSSOUU IJnKlncnn ' Bail I'laiirlsiu 8 KODHlhlHli |,m ,,„|,n Ma/.iMOskl,' popped (HIV but Pinson scoredi^V,i;;.':''i <hX'"2iV Mi ^lr^ ."r,'' uh .ai» With two out. Rhodes came >•••" ' 'lilt kravll/, an Ceppila i3i. H 8 lando Cepeda smacked his third single, tilroy Face, the Pirates' ace reliever, came on. Willie Kirkland singled, scoring Mc- waiked. 2 loading the bases. on a passed ball. Lynch's single scored Bell. That brought on John Buzhardt to pitch andj he yielded singles to Ed Bailey and Roy McMillan. Jonnii, CliiiiPiilP Wilt Poi Iprflrld Dniilil.i il, n-7i I'at'p H .lonps llvcrly iW. I-Oi 5llllpr IP II 5 4 3 5 0 » up to hit for pitcher Bud Byer- KH",Bso,,y ,jp ij^p^j j^jj. double into " ' °|left field, clearing the bases. 5 Jackie Brandt followed with a teams from four states will compete Aug. 7-8-9 in the trials for the Pan-American games water polo competition. CLEVELAND —UP>^ Baltimore's Hal (Skinny) Brown — backed by two key double plays—beat the Cleveland Indians 5-2 Saturday as Gus Triandos broke out of his slump with a three-run homer. Brown (8-6) posted his third straight victory over Cleveland and fifth in a two-season span. He surrendered nine hits in the eight innings he hurled. Jerry Walker pitched the ninth for the Orioles. Brown had a shutout through seven innings. Elmer Valo singled to open the eighth for Cleveland. Billy Martin then singled and Jim Piersall walked to load the bases. Minnie Minoso lined a shot back to the mound and Brown grabbed it to turn it into a double play. Tito Francona's double delivered the Indians' two runs. Do Scoring Early The Orioles scored all their runs off starter Bobby Locke (2-2), who pitched the first four innings. The first tally in- the second inning came on a walk, Willie Tasby's bunt single, a sacrifice and Billy Gardner's sacrifice fly to center field. Three unearned runs came across in the third inning after Locke threw wildly on Bobby Boyd's grounder. Gene Woodling then hit a two-out single and Triandos, with only seven hits in* his last 70 at bats, smacked a drive over the left Gus Is Well Again Baltimore—6 Carrasq'l .ss Boyd.lb 4 Dropo.lb 0 Pllarclk.rf 3 Woodllng,l{ 4 Triandos,c 3 ainsbcrg.c 0 Tasby,cf ' 4 Roblnson .2b 3 Oardner ,2b 3 H. Brown, p 3 Walker,p 0 ABRH 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 Totals 30 S 7 ClevflanZ- I Martln,3b Power,lb PtersalLct MInoso.lI Francona. cf-lb Colavlto.rt QarcU.p Strtckl'nd.M Baxea.3b R. Brown.o b-Harihmaa Locke.p Smlth,p a-Valo,rf Total8 ABRR 4 11 3 0 3 1 0 0 4 0 1 33 3 • a—Singled for Smith In Ith. b—flM out for B. Brown In »th. Baltimore OIJ 100 OOO-i Cleveland OOO 000 030—3 E—Locke. PO-A—Battlmor* 3 7 . 1 •. Cleveland 27-16. DP—Roblnion Boyd; Robinson, Otrdner Md Boyd; Prancona and Strickland; Martin, Powtr. Strickland and Power; H. Brftwn Mtd Dropo, LOB—Baltlmort 3: CItvtUnd •. RBI—Carrasquel. Trlandoa 3. Otrd­ ner. Francona, 3B—Mlnoso, rrMcona, HR— Triandos. B—Robinson. H. Bro«n. SP—oardner, _ IP H R ER BB so H. Brown (W 8-«) J • 3 3 3 3 Walker I 0 0 0 0 0 Locke (L. 3-3) ... 4 B » 3 3 1 smith 4 3 0 0 • J Garcia 1 0 0 0 0^0 U—Umont. Berry, Uonoctilck, riahtrtj. T—2:17. A— 12.115. field fence for his 23d home run. Cleveland's Vic Power was ejected from the game in the fifth inning when he swung on Al Pilarcik after a rundown play in which the Oriole outfielder bumped into Power and knocked him down. CANOE TRIPS Into th* Quatlco-Bup«rlor WUdmra Only *> per Parson par Day For Free Booklet and Map Writ* Bill Rom, Box 7I7.P. Ily, Min*. CANOE COUNTRY OUTFITTERS HBP .llrniil iby 8 .lont'si. WP Jmii's. Fiiii' t) Dimstf'lll, nurkhurl, (•(Milan mill Von/on T 2:50 A 21.507. hve-Run Rally in Fourth Wins for Tigers over Bosox One Big Inning DETROIT — (JP) — Neil Chrisleys lead-off home run in the fourth inning ignited a five-jrun rally that started the Detroit Tigers on the way to a 6 -2 triumph over the Boston Red Sox Saturday as southpaw. Don Mossi picked up his 10th victory. The Tigers sent 11 men to bat In the fourth inning against stairter Jerry Casale and reliever Frank Baumann. The splurge wiped out a 2-0 Boston lead and Mossi, who has lost only foUr times, checked the Red Sox without a serious scoring threat the rest of the way.. , Aft^r Chrisley led off with hia 'fifth home run, Charlie Maxw «U singled and Red Wilson^ popped a double to left field. <!«(iaie loaded the bases by walkihg Gall Harris. Coot ye«l brought two run nerf ftCTOSs with a single to rightr' Mossi , singled home anotHcif run and before the inning;.' yftii ovier Baumann walH^; Chrisley, batting for the second time in the irinjng and fpjced the final tal Hostan—^ areen,2b Runnels, lb aeliier,cf-ll Wimams,!! Keough,cf Jensen,rl Malzone,3b Whlte,c Buddin,ss b-Qernert Casale,p Baumann, p a'Busby Chlttum .p Totals AB R H 4 34 3 7 Ualrall— 4 yoit,3b Chrliley.rf MaxwelLit Kallne,cl Wilson,c Harrli.lb BomnR,2b Vtal,ai Moisl.p Teteak * * • Packer Casualty 65 Badgers Start Grid Drills Aug. 31 MADISON —(/P) — Wi.scon-i GRF.HN BAY —(/B— Dick p L T \\ sin's Badgers will bosin 1959'Ttneak, former Wisconsin con- DenCH Vi^OlldpSGSi football (irilKs Aug. :il. Coach tor .suffered a slight foncus-y i \A/ LJ X Milt Bruhn announced. sion Saturday during a rupged tarly Wynn Murt Bruhn .said 65 players, in-,40 minute scrimmago by can- eluding 23 letlcrmcn have been,didatos for the Green Bay pro- 0;single that scored Jim Daven- 8 i port, running for Dusty. 1 Bycrly. in his first Giant ap- .pearance after being purchased I from Minneapolis, was credited ;with the victory although he pitched to only two men. Stu Miller shut out Pittsburgh in the final two innings. a.sked to report. Newspaper photographers and television cameramen will take most of fessional football team. CHICAGO — (/P) — Chicago White So.x pitcher Early Wynn AB R II 3 a I 1 1 1 2! 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 I 0 1 Teteak wa.s taken to a hos-'sufei ''Jtl " severely sprained pital for observation but wasin'^'^'"<?s tendon Saturday when the squad's time in the opening not believed seriously injured.'" bench collapsed while a session, I Cuach Vince Lombaidi said,•'^^1^''"'Picture wa.s being taken. the American the way the offensive st|uadsj League's winningest pitcher moved the ball but said morel with a 14-6 record, still will The complete squad by po-;'^c generally was satisfied with| Wynn, Totals 3t « .8 w 'rV .'"i"' 9"' Baumann in 7ih; b—Called out on strike* (or Buddin In Ith. Boston 000 300 000-2 Oetrolt ,, .000 »0l OOK-B B—Buddin, PO-A^Boiton 34-U, Detroit 31-7. U>B-Bo(ton «, Ottrolt e, RBt-WlllUmi,, MalMnt. Yost, Chris- if}/ 3, y«»l 3, Moasl, 3 B-CM «1«, Wll- llama, Wllion, HR-Chrt3l«y, 8 -a4otiT IP H R BR BB BO -sale (L. 1-7) .,3H • B f I 4 ^uraann a\i J I o 3 o cmttum 3 10 0 Q 0 Mosil (W. 10.4) ,.•13317 ley. T-3:34. i^-tMT McKtn- Mossi retjred'the last 11 batters in succeillon In recording his 10th complete ganie. He walked only one batter. "The Red Sox scored their only, runs in the fourth Inning. Qary Geiger singled arid scored as Ted ^iiiiams allied a double to l4ift. Williams scored when Frank Malzone lined ai>other hate hit to left field. sition: Knda HI): •llriiry M Derlotli. lU'aviM- Dam; liicliiu'il T. Onnim, Klkhnrn: •James 1'. Uulmo.s, Madlsuu, Uoberl U. lludi>un, Evanston, 111,: \Vllll»m 1. Kello(!B, I'corlii, HI; Daniel J, KUnkhain- nicr, Abb<>t,s/nr(l; Citrlton E. Ol,<on, (.'hl- CBBO, 111 , 'Jnincs K, riOKi'rs, ToU'ilo, Ohio; 'Allan J. Solioonovi-r, Bosiobi'l; Mlchuel U, Slunkl, Mllwaukooi Charlus A, Vcsel, arci-nwooil; Tat'klrs (I'D: 'John E. Allen, ClilcaKO, 111,; Barry W. Armstrong, Bnult Stc. Marie. Mloh.; Edward D, Dolly, l'annlv\n- ton. III.; John K, orossenbaclirr. New Olarus; Oary R. Harms, Aurora, III.: •James K. IIP Iieke. Wlsooualn Dells.; •Karl B. Hdswurlh, Madison; 'Terry W. Huxhold, Mllwaulcee; -Luwcll K, Jenkliia, Racine; Klclinrd J. Klliier, PiirK Falls; •Q. Daniel l.anpliear, Mudlsonj Brian P, Moore Graat Ukus, 111,; Guards •Thomas F, arunlham, Chavdon, Ohio; 'nernld U KulcliisWl, La Crosso; Milton B, Lambert, Homeroy, Ohio: Richard U. Lane, MInncauolls, Minn.; Alcxnuder P, Mussytowskl. \V»!.st Allls; Richard B. Pauley, Madison; •Ronald 1.. I'erhlns, Kaelnei Donald E, Bchade, Chlcudo. 111.; •Charles T, Spracue, Kaelne: 'Jerry N, 8taK'U|>, Itockford, 111.; William H, Suits, Wnu- |)BC(i; •Peter a. Zouv«^•, VVhfUton, III Crntars (Al: Thomus P, Qenda, Akron, Ohio; John I), Gotta, Kenosha; •Robort E. Nelson, Oiik Park, Ul; Otto W, Peucker, Rocktord, 111.; Eddie P. Bul- kowskl, Chlcauo, HI.; Richard Wltlln, Qrcen Buy, quatvrUacks (7): Ronald B, Adamson, Rockford, 111 ; Junius L, Bakken, Madison; Uulph Forglxuic, Lawrence, Mass.; •Dale L, Hackbiiri. Madison; Thomus A MelUach, An-arilu; Ronald VanderKelen. Oreen Buy: Francis Young, Bauk City, WIntbacks (rlfht halfback) inir •Robert M. Altmiinn, Milwaukee; WllUum 1.. Hess, Fort Atkln.son; Neil K. Nelson, MoOdovl: Ronald Q, Btaley, Madlsun; *E. Robert Zaman, Wheaton, ill. Leftback (ls(t haUbaik) (7): Duvld VV, Bichler. Port Washington; Btuari E. Clark.. Chiii)U)lo|), Ul,; •Wil"' " " K| T . Plsanl. „ .. Iron Mountain, Mich, Hlfhibaoks (fullbaek) (5): Thomaa B. Anthony, New Rouhelle, N. Y.; 'Edward E. Hart. Kenosha; John O. B, Rensch. Toledo, Ohio; Alvln E. Whltaker, Ban Bernudlno, California; •T h o m a a N Wlesner, Neennll- t*—Donol^^lcttermen r«tun)lu|). work wa.s needed on scoring plays when the teams got within the five yard line. Offensive make the trip to Los Angeles Monday for the second All Star game, Wynn started the teams scored four times from first All-Star game for the 50 yards out but were held on'American Leaguers last month, downs twice within the five yard line, Jesse Whittcnton, a sive halfback from Texas Western who played with the I'ack- ers Wynn was standing in front dofen bench which collapsed under the weight of other White So.x players. The 39 I y e a r - 0 1 d righthander was today. Jim Morse, Notre Dame halfback, who was a Green Bay draft choice two years ago butj did not report, was released on waivers. REDBIRD TILT OFF The Racine Redbird-Chicago Phillies game scheduled for Saturday night at Horlick Athletic Field was cancelled when the Chicago club failed to show up. the falling bench. 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