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2C RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Sunday, My T8, T965 MAJOR LEAGUE STATISTICS Batting Averages and Pitching Records BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (Complete through games of Friday night) National League (Through games of Friday, July 16) CLUB BATTING AB R H HR Pet. Pittsburgh 3132 Cincinnati 3005 Milwaukee 2903 San Francisco 2820 St. Loui.-s 3079 Philadelphia 2868 l.o.<i Angeles 303,5 Chicago 3092 Houston 2919 New York 2918 383 8S6 66 460 831 100 392 770 195 331 712 71 387 773 69 338 715 341 749 740 688 666 362 326 284 81 43 72 55 67 .273 .2V3 .265 .252 .251 .249 .247 .240 .236 .228 American League Cleveland Boston Minnesota Chicago Kansas City Baltimore New York Detroit Los Angeles Washington CLUB BATTING AB R H 2855 2862 2910 2856 2679 2883 3014 2816 2817 2880 367 730 343 731 405 739 335 693 290 645 343 685 359 713 16S 668 269 656 319 634 HR Fct. 94 .256 90 93 67 56 69 79 82 65 81 .255 .254 .243 .241 .238 .237 .237 .233 .220 Littler Outlasts Nicklaus for Title IXniVIDUAL BATTING (ISO or more at bats) AB R H HRRbl Pet. M R>S . SP 290 58 98 23 59 .338 Clemente, Pgh 323 51 108 Cl'denon. Pgh 333 57 111 Coleman. Gin 175 Allen, Phi 319 Aaron, Mil 294 Carty. Mil 177 Fairly, LA 332 Torre, Mil 272 Virdon, Pgh 273 Oonzale?., Phi 180 Flood, St.L 323 Pln.ion, Ctn 364 J.Alou, SF 324 Rose, Cin 362 Rojas. Phi 266 Williams, Chi 362 Robinson. Cin 319 Wynn. Htn 292 Cardenas. Cin 310 Kranenool. NY 283 Stargell. Pgh 287 Pag'roni. Pgh 198 Harper, Cin 331 Brock, StL 328 McCovcy, SF 270 Alou, Mil 292 Boiling, Mil 287 McCarver, StL 238 Gilliam. LA 156 Wills, LA 354 John.^on, Cin 325 White, StL 296 Gagliano, StL 202 Hart. SF 312 Banks, Chi 338 Morgan, Htn 320 Maz 'skl, Pgh 208 Johnson, LA 193 Groat, StL 333 Smith, NY 250 Jones, Mil 247 Landrum, Chi 203 Bond, Htn 302 Aspro'te. Htn 317 Callison, Phi 20 58 50 103 60 95 24 65 46 103 41 84 39 84 24 55 41 98 55 110 46 98 65 108 45 79 60 106 66 93 46 85 39 90 29 83 40 83 20 57 70 95 17 49 1 13 8 21 7 40 13 54 6 28 3 34 Oliver, Mil Lewis, NY Perez, Chi Boycr. StL Santo. Chi 333 184 265 150 317 345 tdwards, Cin 178 Altman. Chi 152 Mota, Pgh 156 W. Davis, LA 296 Mave. Htn 198 Bailey, Pgh 326 Clemens, Chi 231 Swoboda, NY 229 Taylor, Phi 217 Parker. LA 304 Ch't'pher, NY 255 Javier, StL 152 Btuart, Phi 273 Haller, SF 198 M.Alou, SF 238 Alley, Pgh 279 Mathews, Mil 297 Staub, Htn 218 Beckert, Chi 369 McMillan, NY 313 Lanier, SF 267 Roseboro, LA 273 Letcbvre, LA 300 Tracew.skl, LA 164 Bchofield. SP 253 Lilll.v Htn 253 Amaro, Phi 156 Brand, Htn 192 Klaus, NY 229 Hickman, NY 178 Can'zaro, NY 162 53 47 37 35 28 23 49 48 46 29 35 44 56 24 39 29 30 39 29 35 34 45 32 43 21 43 51 26 21 23 31 24 43 26 30 28 44 19 24 29 94 77 83 81 67 44 99 91 82 56 86 93 88 57 52 89 67 66 54 80 83 87 48 69 39 82 89 46 39 40 75 50 82 57 56 53 74 62 37 18 47 60 42 33 39 67 34 41 37 46 43 21) 26 15 17 68 38 33 46 68 27 26 6 27 0 30 10 32 15 38 17 48 24 57 66 16 6 26 43 20 46 25 22 25 31 15 29 22 23 17 21 18 13 66 70 51 86 73 62 63 68 36 55 55 32 39 43 33 30 17 53 6 32 .334 .333 .331 .323 .323 .311 .310 .309 .308 .306 .303 .302 .302 .298 .297 .293 .292 .291 .290 .290 .289 .288 .287 .287 .285 .284 .282 .282 .282 .280 .280 .277 .277 .276 .275 .275 .274 .269 .268 .268 .267 .266 .265 .262 .261 .261 .260 .260 .259 .258 .258 .257 .256 .253 .253 .252 .247 .245 .244 .243 .243 ,243 .242 .242 .239 .237 .236 .234 .233 .232 .232 .231 .227 .220 .217 .217 .205 .203 .188 .185 .185 INDIVIDUAL BATTING (150 or more at bats) AB R H HR RBI Pet. 37 79 11 41 .340 40 95 16 40 103 5 30 90 12 17 64 3 41 78 20 37 78 6 21 63 47 77 60 102 55 90 26 67 346 305 193 309 293 235 Y'st'z'skI, Bsn 203 Hall, Mln 297 Davallllo, Cle 326 MRntlllB. Bsn 290 Battev, Mln 174 Horton Det 256 Robinson, Bal 259 Whitfield. Clo 211 Kalinc, Del 258 Ollva, Mln Colavlto, Clo Jones, Bsn Wagner, Cle Thoma,s. Bsn Ward, Chi McA'lltfc, Det 305 Buford, Chi 273 Adcock, LA 175 Howard, Was 289 Snyder, Bal 155 Trcsh, NY 337 Skowron, Chi 287 Blcfarv, Bal 215 Herrclson, KC 220 Cardennl, LA 323 Klllcbr'w. Mln 302 Charles, KC 270 Alll.son. Mln 217 Rich'dson. NY 364 hantiis. KC 173 Gonzalez, Cle 166 314 280 312 247 232 152 Grand Slam Homers—Coleman, Pin»on and Perez, Cincinnati: Stuart and Allen. Philadelphia; Mathews and Jones, Milwaukee; Rodgers, Pittsburgh. PITCHING (Seven or more decision) IP H BB So W L Era " 23 130 14 7 1.65 Marlchal, SF 168 121 Law, Pgh 127 98 Bolin, SF 72 49 Koufax. LA 178 128 Farrell, Htn 125 110 Raymond. Htn 73 66 Owens. Htn so 37 McBcan. pgh 65 62 McDanifl. Chi 80 75 O'Deli, Mil 65 63 Shaw, SP m 90 O.steen LA 163 135 pr.vsdale, LA 177 143 Maloney. Cin 133 105 Miller, LA 66 51 Bunning, Phi I44 147 Olb.son. StL 174 14! Culp, Phi 82 75 cfV,^' f"0 122 etallard, StL 108 92 Podres. LA 98 89 ™s. Cin 153 118 W deshick. StL 53 53 Short, Phi 141 128 EIsw'th, Chi 132 m Bl',s)ng'e. Mil 137 117 Herbert. Phi 88 99 Bruce. Htn 138 148 Johnson. Mil 130 115 Jay. Cin 89 76 Buhl, Chl 127 121 Simons, StL 131 145 ^•"'•""d, Pgh 126 130 Kroll, NY 71 67 Schwall, Pgh 36 46 Koonce. Chl 117 115 Cdw,],. p^„ 5 Washb'n, StL 71 66 P 'frkcr, Htn 68 70 Mccool, Cin 49 43 Perry. SF 133 120 Sanford. BP 75 72 Roebuck. Ph! 33 39 £'°" ffer.^ Mil 140 121 Herbel, SF si so Nofbart. Htn Is 93 Tsitour s, Cin 85 84 J ;!"xhall, Cin 74 74 Giusti. Htn 82 79 Jackson, Chi 135 155 Be! nskl, Phi 84 72 Jackson, NY 110 123 Gibbon Pgh 75 66 Sadowskl, Mil 51 5? Mahaffey. Phi 51 59 Purkey, St.L 81 98 Lemaster, Mil 72 78 G^ooe, Cin 69 93 Badecki, SIL 75 95 23 61 27 56- 4 36 204 16 22 75 7 63 5 38 4 34 2 55 3 37 6 83 93 43 127 14 49 128 10 16 46 4 37 127 10 62 157 11 41 46 5 51 140 9 40 53 6 32 45 3 60 99 13 28 36 5 48 110 10 34 62 10 78 10 Alvis, Cle Boycr, NY Adair, Bal Green, Bsn Demcter, Det Brown, Cle McM'Ien. Was 324 Cater, Chi 292 Pearson, LA 208 C'mp'n'ris, KC 328 PepHone, NY 302 Causey, KC 256 Fregosl, LA 331 C'igHaro, Bsn 319 Robinson, Chl 314 W. Smith, LA 279 Lumpe, Det 254 Hinton, Cle Green, KC Mantle, NY Brandt, Bal H'hb'ger, KC Bressoud, Bsn 186 Versalles, Mln 361 Orsino Bal 191 Howser, Cle Knoop, LA Lopez, NY Marls, NY Hansen, Chi Rollins, Mln Romano, Chi Wert, Det Powell, Bal Howard, NY Held, Was Tillman, Bsn 223 215 196 173 231 246 183 164 151 301 242 162 304 266 185 187 229 Blas'g'e, Was 234 231 204 212 194 171 327 271 150 Lock, Was Azcue, ClK Linz, NY Cash, Det King, Was Apariclo. Bal Schaal LA Bryan, KC Mathews. KC 175 Kubck. NY 181 McCraw. Chl 158 Berry. Chl 236 Malzone, Bsn 183 Hodgers, LA 245 Preehan. Det 209 KIndall. Mln 232 Brink'an. Was 259 Bowens. Bal 154 67 44 36 62 45 17 30 19 54 37 35 32 40 55 34 35 45 24 20 54 39 26 51 26 19 43 34 26 35 27 29 31 42 37 35 40 27 29 30 21 14 19 61 27 37 20 17 21 29 28 16 41 30 18 25 12 25 31 9 30 32 28 38 25 14 16 14 24 24 16 20 20 25 20 11 12 14 14 21 2 16 15 5 11 6 8 13 0 12 11 13 10 8 16 4 12 2 1 4 15 9 3 7 6 3 12 76 10 54 3 85 3 78 9 66 1 85 6 83 16 80 64 34 60 25 69 27 40 63 50 63 19 44 47 27 38 21 26 49 15 37 39 40 34 32 62 33 34 28 15 18 43 34 34 19 30 11 36 34 13 23 38 10 30 38 33 36 26 29 21 27 16 24 16 44 23 4 12 25 26 43 19 15 19 33 23 31 23 10 20 22 14 27 29 29 29 21 13 22 12 16 13 22 25 24 22 12 .320 .316 .310 .310 305 .301 .299 .298 .295 .295 .295 .294 .294 .294 .292 .282 .280 .277 .277 .276 .275 .274 .273 .272 .272 .267 .267 .266 .266 .266 .264 .264 .263 .263 .263 .263 .262 .260 .260 .259 .358 .258 .257 .257 .255 .254 .252 .251 .251 .250 .243 .242 .242 .241 .241 .240 .240 .238 .238 .236 .236 .235 .234 .233 .232 .230 .223 .222 .221 .221 .217 .216 .216 .214 .214 .213 .211 .210 .209 .208 .208 .204 .196 .190 .189 .149 TORONTO — m — Gene Littler of Las Vegas withstood a late challenge by Jack Nicklaus Saturday and won the Canadian Open Golf Championship with a 72-hole score of 273, seven under par for the tournament. Littler finished the final round with a four-under-par 66 over the Mississaugua course and ran down a four- foot pressure putt at the 18th to stay one stroke ahead of Jack Nicklaus, Masters champion from Columbus, Ohio. The victory was Littler's first on the tour since 1962 and gave him $20,000 top prize money from the $100,000 pot, plus the Seagram Gold Cup. It was also a pre- birthday present for himself. He will be 35 Wednesday. Last Man Out Littler was the last man to hole out. In the threesome ahead of him, Nicklaus' bid for a 12-foot birdie went by the edge of the cup. Bruce Devlin of Australia who led after the third round with a 205 went four over par with a 74 and finished in a tie at 279 with Charles Sifford of Los Angeles. Arnold Palmer of Latrobe, Pa., who was tied with Nicklaus at 207 starting the final round, blew to a 76 for a 283. Joe Campbell, of Perdido Bay, Fla., the first round leader, finished in a tie for third place at 278 with Homero Blancas of Houston, Texas, Rod Funseth of Spokane, Wash., Randy Glover of Flor- Canadian Open Oenc Littler $20,000 .70-68-69-66—273 Jack Nicklaus $12,000 69-66-72-67—274 Joe Campbell $4,760 . 66-70-73-69—278 Rod Funseth $4,760 ,. 70-71-68-69—278 Randy Glover $4,760 70-69-69-70—278 Mason Rudolph $4,760 67-71-60-71—278 Homero Blancas $4,760 75-67-70-66—278 Charles SIfford $3,050 .68-71-70-70—279 Bruce Devlin $3,050 ,,.68-66-71-74—279 Billy Casper $2,500 .. .69-70-71-70—280 Rex Baxter Jr. $2,500. .73-67-69-71—280 Dudley Wysong $1,814. .74-66-73-68—281 Dave Marr $1,814 74-72-67-68—281 Jay Dolan $1,814 69-69-73-70—281 Kel Nagle $1,814 69-71-71-70—281 Gary Player $1,814 ....74-68-67-72—281 Jack Rule $1,814 71-69-69-72—281 Lionel Hebert $1,814 ...71-70-67-73—281 Bruce Crampton $1,250 70-73-71-68—282 George Archer $1,250 ..72-70-70-70—282 Dave Stockton $1,250 . .68-70-72-72—282 Don Fairfield $1,250 ...70-71-68-73-282 Arnold Palmer $1,000 .70-69-68-76—283 Gardner Dlck'.son $875 71-73-69-71—284 Larry Beck $875 .. .76-67-69-72—284 Bob McCalllster $737 .73-70-75-67—285 Bob Zimmerman $737. .74-71-71-69—285 Phil Rodgers $737 70-73-73-69—285 Al Gelberger $737 ...68-73-72-72—285 Dick Crawford $737 ..73-71-70-71—285 Bill Martlndale $737 . ,73-73-68-73—286 Charles Coody $737 ...74-70-69-72—285 Tommy Bolt $737 74-68-70-73—285 Al Johnston $562 68-77-71-70—286 Doug Sanders $562 ....73-70-73-71—286 Bob Shave $562 74-72-69-71—286 Frank Wharton $562 . .69-70-74-73—286 Tom Shaw $562 74-72-67-73—286 Dave Ragan $562 76-69-67-74—286 Tommy Aaron $438 69-73-75-70—287 Bob Verwey $438 73-71-71-72—287 Bill Garrett $438 69-76-69-73—287 a-NIck Weslock 73-71-68-76—288 Dick Mayer $265 75-70-72-71—288 George Knudson $265. .70-69-77-72—288 Larry Wood $265 .. .75-69-72-72—288 Sam Carmichael $265. .68-73-76-71—288 Jackie Cupit $265 71-73-71-74 288 Chick Harbcrt $265 ...70-71-72-75—288 Bob Charles $265 71-73-71-73—288 Dave Hill $50 74-72-74-69—289 Kermlt Zarley $50 73-73-71-72—289 (3ai;y Bauer $50 68-75-74-72—289 Al Besselink $50 70-71-75-73—289 MissWalker Favored Here Grand slam homers—Mantilla. Boston; McCraw, Chicago; Green, Kansas City; Pepltone, Boyer and Mantle. New York; Hinton and Whitfield, Cleveland; Howard and Lock. Washington; Freehan, Detroit; Pascual, Minnesota. PITCHING (Hven or more decliloni) IP H BB SO W L ERA Fisher, Chi 99 60 23 57 U 3 1 36 M, Miller, Bai 64 39 17 67 6 Pajjpas. Bal 127 100 26 71 9 1. 4 2.00 3 2.02 2 2.30 3 2 34 4 2.'34|Whlng'n. Mln 39 26 18 20 6 5 2.35 Fo.\, Det 38 23 17 14 4 4 2.48 Brunei, LA 89 68 36 62 5 4 2.49 McD'well, Cle 137 90 74 174 9 70 12 22 32 36 34 36 15 30 35 13 38 27 17 12 21 _ 6 2.51'Kaat. Mln 146 134 32 61 8 6 10 2.60iHorlen. Chl 126 69 19 63 8 8 .269iHRlI. Bal 54 38 4 48 7 4 2.7l|Slcbcrl. Clo 96 67 30 100 10 6 2.731 Lec, LA 66 50 28 49 6 6 2.81 1 Lopez, LA 133 105 49 80 9 7 2.84!Jolin. Chl 84 71 26 54 7 6 2.85 Sftlc'yre. NY 157 134 44 88 9 7 2.88 Richert, Was 99 83 31 78 6 3 2.92 i Gladding, Det 45 42 21 31 6 5 3.12 Terry, Cle 122 100 16 63 9 4 3.18 Buzhardt, Chl 92 80 25 55 7 5 3.23 Newman. LA 148 123 40 67 7 3.26 Stafford. NY 5 3.34 McLnin, Det 7 3.35 Pascual, Mln 4 4 3,38 Auirre, Det 6 11 3.39 Howard. Chl 9 4 3.30 May. LA 6 2 3.44 j Robert,';. Bal 9 7 3,47 1.54 1.77 2.08 41 110 21 36 11 67 22 30 41 18 25 30 34 29 21 17 20 20 38 31 29 20 97 10 61 5 9 3.50 7 3.57 5 3.68 B 10 3.74 4 3 3.76 7 3.77 3 3.79 6 3.80 4 3.84 5 3.86 7 3.92 3 3.96 3 4.00 8 4.11 5 4.22 6 4.34 5 4.34 80 65 25 51 118 110 41 107 7 112 88 43 69 8 123 102 33 75 10 93 76 47 71 4 92 74 54 58 4 111 103 19 61 5 Downing. NY 119 105 63 08 9 Boswell, Mln 83 58 26 68 6 Sherrv. Det 54 52 26 26 3 Mo'b'q'te, Bsn 130 131 24 59 Sparma. Dot 74 67 38 60 Lonborg. Bsn 108 102 34 68 LolJch. Det 134 123 40 122 101 85 37 64 90 87 39 53 7 6 129 129 22 67 9 3 96 91 42 53 4 4 89 81 21 38 5 4 1 17 120 2') 77 10 8 109 97 45 63 6 6 111 109 52 71 6 5 " 98 30 36 4 12 41 21 31 3 5 TIant. Cle Barber. Bal Grant, Mln McNally. Bal Bunker Bal Ford. NY Talbot. KC Chance, LA O'Do'ghue. KC 93 Mik'elscn, NY 43 2 3 3 7 4 3 2 4 6 7 7 8 4 4 7 10 6 3 5 10 9 4 7 3 .. ^...-..Ortego. Was n 2 4.38 Wilson. Bsn 6 4 4.39 Peters. Chi 8 11 4.47 3 5 4.71 4 12 4.83 8 5.40 5 5.47 6 6.00 124 112 53 59 117 105 37 89 105 no 34 50 Krallck. Cle 60 57 12 16 Daniels, Was 83 96 31 30 M'rehead. Bsn 90 82 63 74 Scgul. KC 106 100 45 70 Wlck'sh'm. Det 94 100 35 48 Narum, Was 86 92 66 51 0 6 6 2 5 4 6 10 6 6,lliBouton, NV 7 6.13 8 6.91 Radatz Bsn Koplitz. Was 8 7.30;Pcna. Det 104 100 41 66 59 55 23 62 62 54 26 33 46 51 15 36 2.50 2.77 2.79 2.81 2.91 3.00 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.04 3.05 3.05 3.07 3.19 3.23 3.24 3.25 3.25 3.33 3.39 3.41 3.42 3.43 3.48 3.50 3..56 3.56 3.64 3.69 3.80 3.97 3.97 3.98 4.14 4.15 4.20 4.32 4.45 4.80 4.84 4.98 5.13 6.28 5.34 6.54 5.67 JoAnne Walker of Madison, runner-up in the 1964 state public links tournament, heads the championship flight in the State Women's Publinx match play event which opens Monday at South Hills Country Club. Others in the championship flight are Feme Sorenson, Carrie Seeger, and Marge Anderson of Johnson Park, Mrs. Dorothy Klas of Milwaukee Currie Park, Mrs. Jan Kansteiner of Milwaukee Brown 2,13 Deer, Mrs. Vern Tuckwell of 2 53 Milwaukee Whitnall, and Mrs. 2-^^: Nan Farrer of Madison. 2:60 Mrs. Tuckwell, 1964-65 Milwaukee County champion, is the tourney chairman. Winners will be crowned in 12 other flights, decided in advance on the basis of handicap. Women eliminated in match play will continue to compete for low net honors. Some 24 golfers from Racine are involved in the three-day meet. Eleven clubs are represented among the 104 entries and nine of them will be competing for a traveling team trophy. They are Racine Washington Park, Racine Johnson Park, Racine Shoop Park, Madison Muni, Whitnall, Greenfield, Brown Deer, and two teams from Currie. Delavan Delbrook and Grant Park do not have teams entered. ence, S.C., and Mason Rudolph of Clarksviile, Tenn. Gets Three Birdies On the last nine Littler sank three birdies and six pars. a-Denotes amateur. One of his birdies, a 4, came on the 12th, where Nicklaus gambled with his second shot, attempting to reach the green over a creek. He was short and the ball went into the water. He wound up taking a 6. Nicklaus figured, however, that the 17th hole was the one that "lost the tournament." It is 323-yard par 4. Jack drove about 70 feet from the pin, but his chip was poor, leaving him 30 feet short. He took two putts for a par. Littler, who had rounds of 70, 68, 69 and 66, attributed his showing to his improved putting. I haven't had a week of putting like this in four years," he said. He took only 28 putts in his final round and had eight one-putt greens. He had only one three-putt green in the tourney. White Sox Grab 4th Straight Win —AP Wlrephoto DEBUT ON TV — Warren Saphn, winningest left­ hander in major league history, was to make his debut as a television broadcaster Saturday, but the Baltimore- Detroit game was rained out. The 44-year-old Spahn, in his 21st season as a major league pitcher, was given his unconditional release by the New York Mets. Spahn's career record was 360-241. CHICAGO — (JP) — Southpaw Tommy John pitched the Chicago White Sox to their fourth straight victory Saturday, a 5-2 decision over the Los Angeles Angels. John, recording his eighth victory in 11 decisions, limited the Angels to five hits, including a two-run homer by Bobby Knoop in the second inning. Knoop's blow sent center fielder Ken Berry crashing into the wall. Berry, who was carried off the field on a stretcher, suffered a gash over his left eye which required four stitches. Chicago took a 1-0 lead in the first inning when starter Wings Lot Angelei «b r h Cardenal .cr 4 0 0 Piersalhlt 4 0 1 Fregosi.ss 4 0 0 Adcock,lb 3 0 0 Lopez.pr 0 0 0 Clinton.rf 4 0 1 Rodgers,0 4 11 Knoop.2b 3 1 1 Schaal.3b 3 0 0 May.p 0 0 0 Gatewood.p 10 1 3Btriano,3b 0 0 0 B.Smlth.ph 1 0 0 Koppe,3b 0 0 0 Clipped Chicago—S Buford,2b Robln6on,rf Cater,lb Romano,c Ward, 3b Wcls,2b Hansen, 8S Nich's'n,lf McCraw, cf Berry,cf Skowron, lb John.p •b r h 3 2 0 4 0 3 4 0 0 4 0 0 1 11 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 1 0 3 0 0 Athletics Topple Twins Again 5-4 MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL -(^)—Ed Charles, a pinch hitter for a pinch hitter, drove in Rene Lachemann with ninth-inning sacrifice fly, lifting the Kansas City Athletics to their third straight victory over the American League leading Minnesota Twins 5-4 Saturday. Tom Reynolds led off the ninth with a single, but Lache­ mann forced him at second. Al Worthington then loaded the bases on walks to Mike Hershberger and Johnny Blanchard. and Bill Bryan was sent bat, for the pitcher. Habit Forming Kansas City— .5 ab r h C'pan'rls,ss Causey,3b Green,3b Har'lson,lb Reynolds,U L'hem'n,c H'berger,rf Mat'ews.cf Blanch'd ,rr O'D'gh'e.p Landls,ph Rosarit.ph Bryan.ph Charles,ph 4 1 1 3 0 0 4 2 2 3 1 1 4 0 2 4 1 o: 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Minnesota— 4 Rollin5 ,2b Nossok,3b Mincher,ph Olova.rf Kllleb'w,lb Alll.son.U Battey,c Hall.cf V'rsalles,ss Stigman,p V'ld'plno,ph ab r h 5 1 3 4 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 1 2 0 3 1 1 3 0 2 4 0 2 4 0 0 3 0 0 10 0 Totals 31 5 .6 Totall M 4 8 Kansas City 000 flflO 3;il— 5 Minnesota 010 030 000— 4 E — Versalles, Hall. DP — Kansas City 1. LOB — Kansas City 5, Minnesota 8. RBI — Green 3. Harrelson, Charles, Allison, Battey 2, Hall. 2B — Rollins. HR — Green 2 (9i. Harrelson (11). ^-iSB — Reynolds, Versalles. SF — LO Charles. IP H _ ' (O'D'gh'c 4^:i 6 But when Bill Pleis replaced I D'<;kson •••i o R ER BB SO 4 4 6 Cooling Off Period Urged WASHINGTON — (JP) — Investigating senators d e - manded Saturday an immediate cooling-off period in the feud between rival U. S, ama- ture athletic organizations. Sen. Warren G. Magnuson, D-Wash., sent telegrams to presidents and officials of the warring groups asking that Randy Matson, holder of the world shot put record, "be permitted to compete freely" in track and field meet at Wichita, Kan., next Friday. Magnuson, chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, has promised a full-dress public investigation of the "long standing and harmful struggle" between the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Amateur Athletic Union. With oral support from several senators, Magnuson said the probe "will take whatever action is necessary to prevent a strangling of athletic freedom in our nation." Totals ' 31 3 a\ Totals 37 iS 7 Los Angeles fljfl 000 000—3 Chicago 130 000 IDx—S K — None. DP — Chicago. LOB — Los Angeles 4. Chicago 10. RBI — Knoop 2, Robln.TOn 2, Ward, McCraw, Skrowon. 3B — Clinton. HR— Knoop (4). S—John. SP—Ward, Skowron. IP H May 0 0 Gatewood L, 1-3 4¥i 5 2 2 5 1 Sukla 3 3 2 2 1 1 Lee Hi 0 0 0 0 1 John W, 8-3 ... 9 5 2 2 2 6 May faced 3 men In first. T—2:59. A—7,744. R ER BB so 113 0 Rudy May walked the only three men he faced. Aubrey Gatewood retired the next three men, with Pete Ward driving in the run on a sacrifice fly. Knoop's homer gave the Angels a temporary lead which Floyd Robinson, star of Friday night's victory with a game-winning triple in the 11th inning, erased. Robinson delivered a two- run, two-out single in the second which put the White Sox ahead to stay, Chicago added a pair of runs in the seventh on a run-scoring single by Tommy McCraw and a sacrifice fly by Moose Skowron. Worthington, Charles batted!Mos.si w, 5-2 for Bryan and flied deep to Jimmie Hall in center field, driving in Lachemann. The Athletics rallied from a jstock 2 1 Mossi W, 5-2 ...1 1 Wyatt 1 0 Stigman 6'-., 3 Klippstein lV:i 2 W'lh'ton L, 5-5 '/3 1 Pleis »3 0 T—3:03. A—12,733, Restoring Antique Cars Can Take Time, Money • Osuna, Palafox Take 2-0 Lead 4-0 deficit to tie the game on home runs, two by Dick Green and one by Ken Harrelson. the EVANSTON, 111.-(^)_To:makes of autos, doing antique car bug, the of the mechanical work and gleaming Hispano - Suiza ^ farming oiit upholstery and looked like two tons of.painting jobs, rubies. Need Parts It sat there in Hal Ullrich's little auto shop. Its maroon finish—20 hand- Green and Harrelson touched Twins' starter Dick Stigman for successive homers in leading off the A's ^Qg^lseventh inning. In the eighth, Bert Campa- neris beat out an infield hit and Green followed with his second homer. MEXICO CITY — iJP) — Rafael Osuna and Antonio Palafox staked Mexico to a quick 2-0 lead over New Zealand Saturday in the American Zone Davis Cup semifinals. Osuna blasted past Lou Gerrard 6-2, 6-3, 6-3 while the veteran Palafox took Ian Crookenden 3-6, 6-2,'6-1, 6-1. The Mexicans can clinch the best-of-5 elimination with today's doubles. The final two singles matches are scheduled Monday. Bill White's Home Run Gives Cards 4-1 Victory ST. LOUIS — m — Billi White's homer capped a four-l.ve, run third inning that carried |„;„^,2j, What's New? the St. Louis Cardinals to ai^S^ 4-1 victory over the New Kranrpiib », , r- J -iM Swoboda.K York Mets Saturday. The ooi.dcr.c loss was the sixth in a row' !;?'^oiZ".i >h for the Mets. ^i^^^^^' Rookie Ron Swoboda's l^th ^i ;!j;^i^^p ~—; StepiLsn,! f Rains Hamper Pro Tourney St. Louis—» ab r hi 4 0 1; Brock.If 4 0 0 Groat.ss 4 0 LGagliano.3b 3 0 1 Flood.cf 4 1 2 While.lb 4 0 1 Sliannon.it 3 0 1 ;upckcr.c 1 0 0 Bucl)ek.2b 3 0 0 Purkry.p 1 0 0 Dennis.p 1 n 0 1 0 1 1 n 0 Bears • * * Toughest Grind rubbed coats at a cost of around $1,000 — was like a mirror. Its cream leather interior was spotless. The matched- grain dashboard of some exotic wood and cluster of instruments were immaculate. The under-pinnings, big V-12 "The big trick is to know! where to get parts," he said. "Various antique auto clubs, magazines, etc., are a big help. "The faces of the dashboard instruments are the hardest things to track down. Other tough ones are original headlights and the red glass coverings for taillights. "Mechanical parts that we CHICAGO — (JP) — Rookies and veterans of the Chicago Bears squad leave Monday for St. Joseph's College, Rensselaer, In., for two months of ""^'g'^:training before they open aluminum engine, huge finned j can't get, we make forgings brake drums, wire wheels .g^d duplicate them ourselves, glistened. |One of our hardest jobs was It was exactly how it came i restoring a 1927 Mercedes out of the Hispano - Suizaimodel S. It required a lot of Spanish-Swiss factory on thejbody stuff and we had to continent about 30 years ago make our own from photo—one of the truly great auto- graphs and descriptions in old mobiles of all time. S magazines. Only 80 Made Took 3 Years Its original cost was about; ..^ ^^^^^ us about th^ee $23,000 in 1938 when only 80.y^.^^^ n^akg a new cam the were custom made. i^^ay ^^e wanted it for the Restoration of the machine' Yankees Rally in 9th to Edge Senators 5-4 HEADS WBPA— Ray Seibold, formerly of Racine and now co-owner of Wa-' tertown Bowl in Water-" town, has been elected president of the Wisconsini^ Bowling Proprietors Assn.; Seibold has served on the board of directors for 10 years and has been state Youth bowling chairman three years. Seibold has been in Watertown 10 years. Prior to that he was president of the Racine Bowling Assn., and secretary of the VFW League for eight years. has been an off-and-on assignment for the 47-year-old Ullrich for five years. The owner, an executive without a pocketbook pain, lit I x: blown six engine. The early Mercedes equipment, facilities and parts were wiped out in Stuttgart, Germany, during the war. i i I thPir National Footballi'ias spent some $15,000 keep-; "^"'^^.^^ ^P^"*^ ,^ I"".^''! Leaeue seVson ing the car in factory-freslV'^°"ths trying to find eight 4 2 League season. ..ot^iun^, new pistons for a classic 19.30 \ I ' Coach George Halas, who condition. 1 " " left for the camp with his as- Ullrich and his ^"osistants Saturday, said the brother Bill, both bachelons ' ° " 1965 training sessions will be ^^^l^i^^-^^ -^^'^^^^^ °rtoTive'up whL one day ?he ''if' T'Lr of i.v." ..:phone rings: 'Mr. Ullrich?' a NEW YORK — (/P) — Joe Pepitone, back in action after a fine and one-game benching, singled across the winning run as the New York Yankees rallied for four runs in the ninth inning and beat Washington 5-4 Saturday. The Yanks raked Senator reliever Ron Kline for four straight hits after he took over for started Buster Narum with two on and one out. Clete Boyer started the uprising with a single off Narum. Then with one out. Hector Lopez batted for pitcher Gil Blanco and walked. Bobby Richardson and Tony Kubek singled — the fourth hit of the game for each — making it 4-2, and Mickey Mantle tied it with a two-run ground rule double. Pepitone then lined a shot down the first base line for his first hit in 17 times Rest Helped Wathlngtun—4 iNew York—5 ab r hi 4 1 l|Rich'son.2b Cun'ham.lb Hamlin.2b Brs'ame,2b M'Murn,3b P.Howard.U King,rf Held.rf Lock.cf Zimmer.c Br'kman.ss Narum.p 3 1 1 2 0 1 5 0 1 3 1 2 1 0 0 4 1 2 2 0 0 4 0 2 4 0 1 2 0 0 Kubek.ss Mantle.lf E.Howard.c Pepitone,rf Barker.lb Boyer,3b Repoz.cf Pord.p Gibbs.ph Tresh.ph Lopez.ph Linz.pr ab r h 5 2 4 5 1 4 4 0 1 3 0 5 0 1 4 0 0 4 1 2 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 EMERSON TRIUMPHS NEWPORT, Wales — {/P)~ Roy Emerson defeated Fred Stolle, a fellow Australian, for the Welsh singles tennis title Saturday, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. Totals 34 4 111 Totals 37 .7 1.3 One out when winning run scored Washington "M Oil 1)011-4 New York 100 000 004—r. • DP—New York 2. LOB— Washington 9. New York 11. RBI — McMullen. F. Howard 2. ZImmer, Kubck. Mantle 2. E. Howard. Pepitone. 2B — Cunningham, McMullen, Held. Mantle, HR — F, Howard (141. S-Narum 2. IP Narum 8'/a Kline L, 4-2 ... .0 Ford 4».T Ramos '/3 Brenneman 0 Hamilton 2 Blanco W, 1-1 . 2 Brenneman faced 3 men In 6th; Kline faced 5 men in 9th, WP—Narum, Balk. — Brenneman. T — 2:43. A — 11,444. H 9 4 8 0 2 0 1 3 n ER BB SO 3 3 3 5 1 3 0 1 0 0 men younger ^^^^^^^ Phaeton. Our sleuth-. - arhplnVd '"8 led us up and down the'bat. Pepitone was fined undisclpsed amount and atjbenched Friday night by Total., 31 4 10 year history. "It's a labor of love," he, ""' T=] "We look a mighty quick,said. "We couldn't afford toi^°'" ^^y^out (Mill BROOKLINE, Mass.—(/P)— SB A heavy downpour broke dur- Miii.-r. L . i-i I'ng the first match Saturday, M^sgraves Total! New York St. Louis DP-~Nc«°&i ^Vnou,.s"''l!o'l^ drop from 1963 to1a.sl year's,get married. .... ^"""s-:.^^ '"''M ?'°'\\1'J »''"F, 'H , uM , finish and it will take a lot;money in our profession. We,'" ,, ^ . ^ , 2 B'^-' olZnl°XciX \LrZ .l'of work to effect a recovery" are enthusiasts first and busi-'^^' • got them stored in! "°"-™B ,o-ck ^r .°-'''pc.Vk°;v.^"'"- "^'-Halas said. "We can't waste a'"^s.^mPn ..rnr.ri "^Y i^ft. IP « R KR BB SO i , .. SON KILLED KANSAS CITY, Mo. — (^) 7 2 Cisco forcing postponement of the PuXey'lv 7-6 e 7 semi-finals in the $15,000 D"'"'? ' ,.,3 i „ ^ , . , „ ^ Purkcy fared 2 men m 7ih, U.S. Professional Grass Court wp - MuM;ravc^ Baik „, . , . _ ^ PB—Gondcr. T—2:44 A—12.^91. Championship Tournament. ^ - — A crowd of 4,000 which^^^^ ^ nearly filled Longwood Crick- j^^^ i„ ^^^^^^^ ^.^^^^ TiBob Purkey. but the Cards seeded Rod Laver of Australia' ^ and fourth -seeded Butch Buchholz of St. Louis battling in the third set of their semi-final match when the rains came. nessmen second. . minute and must make the Takes Long Time ! I most of every day in the two! "Sure, it's easy to think of at 'I hear you are — Not "'enough ^'°"'^'"8 ^'^^^ P'^^°" I—The Kansas City Chiefs a 1930 Packard Phaeton. I granted an emergency leave Saturday to rookie halfback IB. W. Cheeks, who was noti- "Where are you? How long fied that his month-old son will it take to get them?" I had smothered in bed , ur '• r"'makVnVaVot w"h"en7estoratio"n^^'^^'^ ^'•^^^'^'^^ iHouston, Tex. "months before we meet San making a lot when restoration^ ,^ , p,-.ir>,'ic,T, «;p.-,t IQ" lobs run from $5,000 to , . ,,/ ., ' ^, , 3 hranciSLo bepi. ly. c.i^/inn TU ^^ct i »w^,. drive l'/2 mi es north on the: After winning the NFL title •'i'l5.000. The most I ever in front of vour shoo' iqfi? ihP Bears siumned heard of one costing was ^^"^^^^ , or your snop, , CAI)I;T BASI^BALL lybJ, tne tsears siumpea . ,,, „^ you will see my place ... Giants is wanderers o to si.xth place in the Western f.'^'°^°- 'V^,",^Spf. nnf "That's life in this kind of'^^" °"'%^AR <b"<^AAL m " ^ " " V"^'' r 'n hinaT n " business. and I wouldn't tradel?^ ^^-^-'^^^ «°»'lob. It is noth ng for an an-,., , , „ Tin • • : tique car to be brought in and^^ ^^''l'^' ^^'^ Ullrich. sit around for six months or Manager Johnny Keane for an I arriving late at the ball park. Big Frank Howard hit a two-run homer off Yankee starter Whitey Ford in the first inning, and the Senators eventually built their lead to 4-1. Coming i Sunday-July 25 Fly-ln-Drive-ln featuring New and AnHque AIRCRAFT CROP DUSTING DEMONSTRATION • AERIAL BANNER TOWING PENNY A POUND PLANE RIDES ($1.00 Per Person Minimum) At the Busiest Little Airport in Racir\e County No Admission Charge SYLVANIA^= EAIRPORT On West Frontoge Road of 1 -94 West of Racine Sponsored by Sylvanio Flying Club in Muni Results Division with a 5-9-0 record. Milwaukeeans Take came back in the third, rout-; ing loser Larry Miller. iBicycle ChampiOnshipS so while we are just looking A one-out single by Dick; KENOSHA — (/P) — Mil- 1 for various parts." j Groat and a walk started the ^aukee contestants took all' Ullrich said he was bitten! rally, and Curt Flood then the honors in the state road by the auto bug at an earlyj . 1 »/, . 1 J • 1 racing bicycle championships age and it finally got him ACCEPTS POSITION ^^'1^^^=^ the Mets lead with.,.,^,^ Saturday on Kenosha good when he left the Army LANDER, Wyo. — — a double. White followed with'county roads — 104 miles in in 1945. Tritz Jurovich, 36, said Satur- his homer. six-mile laps. "I v.'anted to build my own day he has accepted a posi-; Purkey gave way to Don Paul Washak finished in car," he said. "So I took a tion as head football coach atJesse Gonder'^'^'^ hours and four seconds Ford chassis and put a seven- 1 Valley State College in Valleyi • , ^ • jand will compete in the na- litre Duesenberg engine in it.' - - - ^"'^ J""'^ Hickman singled m .j^j^^i California in It pounded out 300 horses and Sacred Heart 7. St. Lucy 3 I'AROCIIIAL 7th St. Rose 3. Holy Name 0 C©t» eo, City, N. D. Jurovich coached at Lander High School the last foui*years. the seventh. Dennis held the Mets the rest of the way. August. He had a two-secondiwould do 140 miles an hour." margin over Rog^r Nelson. 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