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Davis Cup Replay Is Set In National Doubles Finals BROOKLINB, Mass. <AP (-Defending champions Chuck McKln- ley and Dennis Ralston and their Davis. Cup tormentors, Mexico's Rafael Osuna and Antonio Palafox, advanced to the finals Saturday in the 82nd National Doubles Tennis tournament. McKinley and Ralston rebounded after a slow start and subdued Boris Jovanovic and Nicola Pilic of Yugoslavia 4-6, 6-2, 6-1, 7-5 in the semifinals. Osuna and Pafafox earlier had ended the upset trail blazed hyi unseeded South Africans Cliff! Drysdale and Gordon Forbes,! wearing them down 12-10, 11-9, ; 11-9. ; McKinley of St. Ann, Mo., the nation's top singles player, and| Ralston of Bakersfield, Calif., beat the Mexicans in the doubles finals a year ago but lost to them in five sets in American Zone Davis Cup competition last month. The two finals pairs which will meet Sunday are top seeded in the American and foreign lists, i respectively. • ! After the hustling Yugoslavs! twice broke McKinley's service in i the opening set. the U.S. pair j turned on an aggressive, slashing! style of play with which their opponents could not effectively cope. ; The match included some of the finest volley exchanges of thei tournament. Ralston was a tower i of strength in the winning cause; and McKinley made up for his service losses by contributing sparkling placements. Despite the fact Drysdale and Forbes had played a total of 148 games in two straight victories over seeded teams, the Mexicans were pressed. Faced with set point against them once in the first set and three times in the second, Osuna and Palafox engaged in some sharp volleying duels before breaking Forbes' services for the third and final time in the 19th game of the third set. Osuna, the 23-year-old Southern California student, then wrapped it up on his service. An all-American women's final was assured when defending champion Darlene Hard of Long Beach, Calif., and Brazil's Maria Bueno ousted the No. 1 foreign seeds, Mrs. Sandra Reynolds .Price and Renee Schuurman of, South Africa 6-1, 6-3. Miss Hard has been on the win" OKLAHOMA CITY fAP»—Don . to back 69s. pulled even with to about 30 feet from the pin and ; ning doubles team here four Massengale survived a challenge \ Massengale when he birdied No. two-putted. Brewer finished with straight, years and was paired Massengale Gains At Oklahoma City CAUGHT STEALING — Antonio Martinez, Monterrey, Mex., infielder, is lagged out at third base after attempting io steal. Sieve Vansant, Pitman. New Jersey third baseman makes the tag as TIME OUT By Frank Adams THE 1962 FOOTBALL SEASON gets off to a roaring start in Southwest Louisiana this week, but there'll be a nostalgic note to the proceedings. An even dozen football jamborees are on tap for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, but the affair that started it all will be missing from the scene. The Lake Charles jamboree, first staged in 1949 with ten of the top teams in the area as participants, will not be held. Last year, the state's oldest pre-season show had dwindled to a match between the Big Three- Lake Charles, LaGrange and Sulphur—and those schools decided that 1961 would mark the end of the jamboree. Ironically, eight of the ten teams that participated in the original season-opener will be in action this weekend in other affairs and five of the eight will be the host team in their own jamborees. Umpire Roger Casales calls the play in the first inning of the consolation game in the Little League World Series at Williamspori, Pa. (AP Wirephoto) San Jose Wins Little League WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — Ted Campbell, a 6-foot-l, 210- Postmaster General James Farley dedicated a Little League mu- pound 12-year-old, pitched a no I seum and Ted Williams missed hitter Saturday as San Jose, Calif, won the 16lh Little League World Series with a 3-0 victory over Kankakee, 111. Two unearned runs and a towering homer by Baughe Takaha accounted for the scoring. At the the ceremonial first pitch thrown by Harry E. Humphreys Jr., chairman of the board of the Lit tie League. Red Cuddy smashed a bases loaded home run and led Pitman, N..T. to third place with an 8-5 vie- by Gay Brewer Jr., Saturday and : 5 and went ahead with another stretched his lead in the $35,000' birdie on No. 6. But Massengale Oklahoma City Open Golf Tourna-1 birdied the 7th and they made the ment to three strokes after 54 turn even, holes. | Massengale birdied the 10th Massengale, 25-year-old Jacks- j and ran his advantage to three strokes when the roof fell in on Brewer on the 12th hole. boro, Tex., professional, shot a 2-under par 70 for a 207 total, eight under par for three rounds over the par 36-36—72 Quail Creek now plays out of Crystal River, Country Club course. He fired a 69 Thursday and a 68 Friday. Brewer, who went a 72 and a 210 total. with Miss Bueno in 1960. ,. i . i . Seeded second here, the com- Massengale s only bogeys came hjne wj ,, meet lop . seeded Mrs . when he three-putted the 5th hole, Karen Hantze Susman and Billie missing a three-footer, and at the , Jean Moffitt Sunday. 14th where he missed a two-: BROOKLINE, MOSS. (AP)-Summarv I . , '• of Saturday's matches at the 82nd tOOter. ! National Doubles Tennis Tournament. WOMEN'S SEMI-FINAL _, „„ . , ... . . . . i THE LEADERS Dorlene Hard, Montebello, Calif., and The 30-year-Ola KentUCKian Who ; Don Massengale 69-68-70-207 Maria Bueno, Brazil, defeated Mrs. 1 Gay Brewer Jr. ......4. 49-49-72—210 Sandra Reynolds Johnny Pott *«.73-71-212 «--••- ' " Fla., took a double bogey on the i Doug Sanders 70-4974-2 3 ... , T iji.. i . Frank Bovnton 74-48-72—214 par 3 hole. He pushed his tee shot Tony Lema 77-68-70—21S Tommy Jaocbs 71-71-73—215 Gordon Forbes, South Africa, 12-10, 11-9, Price and Renre* Schuurman, South Africa, 6-1, 6-3. MEN'S SEMI-FINALS Rafael Osuna and Antonio Palafox. Mexico, defeated Cliff Drysdale and final out, with both teams break-! lory over Monterrey, Mexico, ing out in tears, it was difficult to distinguish the winners from I to the right and had to play the Ge ' ne ""Lmrer":..;.:.......... 49-72-74-215 into Satur- ball back to the middle of the | Bob Goaiby 74-49-73-214 day's round with a 138 after back I fairway. From there he chipped Terry H DI'II '!!'.!!'.!!!!.".»!!!'. 68-72-74-214 Hal McCommas 74-70-73—217 Ernie Vossler 73-70-74—217 Bobby Goetl 72-70-75-217 Freddie Lefflngwell 70-72-75-217 Buddy Sullivan 72-77.69—218 Jerry Plttman 72-74-72—218 Butch Balrd 76-72-70—218 Terry Wllcox 75-69-74-218. Jerry Edwards 74-74-71-219 Don Whllt 72-74-73-219 George Bayer 74-76-70—220 Jim Ferree 77-72-71-220 x-George Hixon 76-72-72—220 Henry Ransom 73-74-73—220 Pete Cooper 73-72-75-220 Rex Baxter Jr 71-72-77-220 Freddie Haas 75-77-69-221 Jack Rule 73-74.74-221 Mason Rudolph 73-75-73—221 Ken Still 73-71-77-221 I Billy Maxwell 72-73-76—221 I Larry Mowry 73-71-77—221 ! x-Denotes amateur. Section Three Lake Charles American Press SPORTS Classified 11-9. Chuck McKinley, St. Ann., Mo., ond Dennis Ralston, Bakersfield, Calif., defeated Bora Jovanovic and Nicola Pllic* Yugoslavia, 4-4, 6-2, 6-1, 7-5. SENIOR WOMEN'S FINAL Kay Hubbell, Conway, N.H.. defc-ited Mrs. Babo Lewis, Newton, Mass., 6-3, 7-9, 7-5. SUN., AUGUST 26, 1962, Lake Charles American Press 25 Giants Keep Up Pace With 6-1 Nod Over Phils the losers. A crowd of some 20,000 jammed j the scaled-down park and sur* * * ! rounding hillsides for the 6-inning THE LAKE CHARLES JAMBOREE was originated ! climax of the week-long, eight- by a transplanted Midwesterner, Grant McCracken, who leam series conceived the carnival as a means of raising funds for Boys Village. That tradition held only a few years. Gradually, the monies derived were shifted to the participating schools. It was the second consecutive , victory for a California team. El j J Birds Again Sweep Pair From Yankees (AP) - Russ Kankakee has been in the series three times without a title. Some of the participants, figuring they could do as well on their own, began staging their own meets. It wasn t long before the idea spread across Louisiana and this fall will find more than two dozen jamborees being staged across the state. For those who may have forgotten the 1949 inaugural, here's how the five games wound up: Lake Charles 6, DeQuincy 6. Opelousas 13, Jennings 0. Lafayette 6, Oakdale 0. Crowley 0, DeRidder 0. Bolton 14, Eunice 0. * * + THE 1962 CROP of jamborees gets underway Thursday night with four of the multi-team gatherings. Six ,_..„ ......................... „. are scheduled for Friday night and two will be staged; Dave Schneider walked and went . ^jSnyder's single with two out in I the ninth inning gave the Bam- more Orioles a 4-3 victory over Campbell, looking hke > a basket- ^ New Yor k Yankees Saturday ball center at a midget's conven tion, silenced the Kankakee team with slow breaking pitches. He | ^~ 0 7 er "~tn"e' stomptag'teague night and completed Baltimore's consecutive doubleheader struck out 11 and walked only one. Only one ball was hit to the outfield. Dan Brewster, who had a no- hitter earlier in the series, pitched a strong game for Kankakee, striking out 10 and walking only one. But. the walk and his own fielding error led to the two unearned runs in the fourth inning. After leaders. 8ucs Gain Split With Cardinals The Orioles won the opener of the day-night twin biU 8-6, scoring six runs in the sixth inning. Despite the four losses here in two days, the Yanks still lead Los Angeles and Minnesota by four games. The Angels lost a golden opportunity to cut deeply in the Yankee margin by dropping single games Friday and Saturday. The Orioles overcame big New York leads to win both games Saturday and extend the Yankee losing streak to five games. Snyder's game-winning blow in the nightcap extended his hitting streak to 19 games. The single off reliever Luis Arroyo came after a pair of walks by another reliever, Saturday. UdVB OCMUtMU.L «„,,«» a,u ...... ST LOULS (Ap) _ The piHs . ^ lo second on a passed ball. Rie\\- Here'is a rundown on this week's attractions, with *ler threw Milton Murata's ; ^.^f-,f" d ± <l ^.il ^1°, play, took it out on the St. Louis Brooks Robinson, who had seven comneting teams and starting times where they are £^t «* ^^ available: THURSDAY I JENNINGS: Crowley vs. Lake Arthur, Jennings vs. Welsh, 7:30 p.m. SCOTT: Northside vs. Mt. Carmel, Delcambre vs. Scott. JEANERETTE: Hanson vs. Teurlings, Loreauville vs. Judice, Fatima vs. Jeanerette, 7:30 p.m. RAYNE: No information available. FRIDAY WEST LAKE: Landry, DeQuincy, Marion and West Lake will play a six-game round robin, 7:30 p.m. IOWA: South Cameron vs. Vinton, Iota vs, Elton, Iowa vs. Sam Houston, 7:30 p.m. EUNICE: Opelousas vs. Sacred Heart (VP), AIC vs. Basile, Eunice vs. St. Michael, 8 p.m. Schneider to score, from second on a single the box by Tony through 'Saturday night, on Earl Francis's: bill, drove in the other three ij; e ! 3-hitter alter losing the opener of i Oriole runs with a homer in the the; a day-night doubleheader, 3-2. The Pirates had objected strong. ., i j ly when the Cardinals rescheduled Shortstop Takaha who pitched Friday , s rajnout fop Saturday id won the second game of the i nj ht The teams have another twin bill Sunday. The players finally grudgingly voted to go through with the game. Kankakee catcher muffed throw from center field. si- and won the second game series, homered over the center field fence in the fifth. The California catcher, Don Silva, sufered a cut over the leftj Francis's shutout was his first eriowora eye when a warmup pitch bounced j j n y ie ma j ors . He did not let a! Kubek ss up and struck him before the sec-1 runner reacn third. j -°" a lb ond inning started, and left the | Lan .y j ac k son pitched a strong game. i five-hitter to outduel Bob Friend Kankakee center fielder Mike •• in the opener. Julian Javier broke Sangster left the game in the up the game in the ninth with a fifth after he was shaken up when bad-hop single that struck short second, a double in the sixth and a single in the eight—all off New York starter Bud Daley. LAFAYETTE: Cathedral vs." Breaux Bridge, Lafayette vs. A,bbevil]p. |he crashed into the fence in pur- stop Dick Groat and inflicted a cut MORGAN CITY: Berwick, Sacred Heart (MC), Pat-; suit of Takaha's homer. on the bridge of the nose, terson, Morgan City. MARKSVILLE; No information available. SATURDAY OAKDALE: Oberlin vs. Ville Platte, Oakdale vs. Kinder, 7:30 p.m. BOLTON: Bolton vs. Leesville, Pineville vs. Jena, Menard vs. LaSalle. *•£# Eagles Cop Exfiibifion Victory Over Redskins In pre-game ceremonies, former Packers Rally Past Chicago MILWAUKEE (AP)-The Green Bay Packers rallied for four touchdowns and extended their National Football League exhibi- (Doy game) PITTSBURGH, ST. LOUIS ab r h bl Virdon cf S 1 1 0 Javier 2b Gronl ss 4012 Burda rf Skinner If 3000 Musial If Burgess c 4020 Bayer 3b Clcmenle rl 4000 While lb Marshall lb 2 0 0 0 B. Smith r.l Hook 3b 3000 Sawalsk! c M'ler'skl 2b 3010 aMaxvlll ss Friend p 3100 Golay ss bWhltfleld Schaffer c Jackson p cSch'd'sl TXOTALS *8 Totals a—Ran for Sowalski In 7th; b—Doubled for Golay In 7lh; c—Singled lor Jackson In tion victory string to 17 games by i Pittsburgh ?????? ???-? defeating the Chicago Bears 35-21 year, the Redskins tied the score Midwest Shrine Classic. CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP)-Sonny Jurgenson threw a 41-yard touchdown pass to Pete Retzlaff drive. Bill Barnes, an off-season In the opening minutes, then King j acquisition from the Eagles, cov- St. Louis 000100101-3 , E-None. PO-A-Pitlsburgh 26-12, two Saturday night in the 13th annual out when winning run scored, St. Louis 27-10. LOB—Pittsburgh 8, St. Louis 8. 2B—Burgess, Boyer, Groot, Whltfleld. (Day ganfe) NEW YORK BALTIMORE ab r h bi ab r h bl Tresh If 4020 Adalr ss 4121 Rich'son 2b 4012 Snyder cf 5110 Marls rf 5021 Herzog rf-lf 4121 Mantle cf 4000 Nicholson If 0000 Blanch'd c 3110 Gentile lb 4121 eHoward c 1000 Robinson 3b 5131 4131 Powell If 2000 3000 aBrandt rf 3 1 2 2 j fSkowron lb 1000 Landrlth c 2000 Boyer 3b 4221 bTriandos c 1 1 1 1 Coates p 2000 Breeding 2b 4120 Bridges p 0000 Hall p 2000. Arroyo p 0000 cWllliams 1 0 I 1 ' dLinz 1110 Hoeft p 0000 Clevenger p 0 0 0 0 Wllhelm p 0000 cLopez 1000 Totals 38 6 13 6 Totals 37 8 16 B a—Doubled (or Powell in 6lh; b—Sin- : gled tor Landrllh in 6th; c—Singled lor ; 1 Hall in 6th; d—Doubled lor Arroyo in i i 7th; e— Popped out for Blanchard in 8th; 1 f—-Struck out for Long in 8th; g—Ground- I ed out for Clevenger in 9lh. : abrhbiiNew York no 001 101-4 5 0 2 1 i Baltimore 000 006 OSX-8 E—Coales, Kubek. HO-A-New York 2411. Baltimore 27-10. DP—Richardson, Kubek and Long; Gentile, Adair ond Gentile. LOB—New York 6, Baltimore 10. 2B--Maris. Kubek. Herzog, Blanchard, Brandt 2, Linz, Boyec. 3B-Tresh. SF— Richardson. Gentile. IP H R ER BB SO i Coates 52-3 63310 xBridges (L, 7-2). 0 43300; Arroyo 1-J 1 0000, Clevenger 2 5 2 2 2 0; Hall (W, 63) ....6 9 4 4 0 1 i Hoell 2134 2 2 0 1 : Wllhelm 2-30 0 0 0 0 x—Faced tourmen In sixth. HBP ! By Cievenger (Adair). WP— Hoett. U—Umonl, Stewart. McKinley, Chylak. T—2:38. A-17,331. 4000 4000 4130 4131 3000 3010 1000 2000 1011 1110 3000 1010 36 3 11 3 CHAMP UP IN THE AIR — Heavyweight boxing champion Floyd Patterson is high in the air as he does a double twist with the jump rope. The champion was pictured as he opened active training Saturday at the Aurora Downs race track for his title defense against Sonny Liston in Chicago's Comiskey Park on September 25. (AP Wirephoto) PHILADELPHIA (API - The San Francisco Giants retained their half-game hold on second place in the National League Saturday night as Orlando Cepeda and Felipe Alou slammed homers to help defeat the Philadelphia Phillies 6-1. The Giants had been pushed into third for several hours as the Cincinnati Reds edged Houston 7-6. San Francisco smashed out 13 hits against three Phil hurlers, with starter Dallas Green taking the loss. The winner was lefty Billy Pierce who gave up only seven hits. It was Pierce's first victory in two weeks. Philadelphia's second inning run was unearned. Cepeda smashed his 29th homer in the fifth with one aboard, while Alou collected his 20lh in Ihe eighth. The Giants opened the scoring in the second inning, tieing together four singles for two runs. Pierce, who drove in tun runs in the game, collected his second in (he sixth, smashing a single after .Jose Pagan's triple. SAN FRANCISCO PHILADELPHIA ab r h bi Kuenn 3b 4100 Taylor 2b M. Alou If 5010 Callison rf 4000 Savage If 4122 Sievers lb 4221 Demeter cf 3010 Oldis c 4121 Wine 3b 4130 Amaro ss 4022 Green p aKIaus Hamilton p Roach Smith p cCovlngton }< 6 13 i Totals a—Struck out for Green in 5th; b — Struck out for Hamilton In 7th; c—Fouled out for Smith In 9th. San Francisco 020 021 010—i Philadelphia 010 000 000—I E—Kuenn, Pagan. PO-A—San Francisco 27-12, Philadelphia 27-17. DP —Amaro, Taylor and Sievers 2; Kuenn, Hlller ond Cepeda; Wine and Sievers. LOB — San Francisco 6, Philadelphia 8. 28—Cepeda, Demeler. 3B—Pagan. HR— Cepeda, F. ALou. IP H R ER BB SO Pierce (W, 12-4) ..9 71114 Green (L, 6-6) ....5 64421 Hamilton 2 4 1 1 o 0 Smith 1 31101) HBP—by Green (Mays). U — Weyer, Conlon, Burkhart, Walsh. T—2:30 A — 16,738. Mays cf Cepeda 1b F. Alou rf Hlller 2b Orslmo c Pagan ss Pierce p Totals ab r h bl 4 0 1 0 3000 4010 4000 4120 4011 4010 4000 1000 1 0 r o 0000 1 0 0 0000 1000 35 1 7 1 Night Gams NEW YORK BALTIMORE in the second period on a 79-yard Hill took over the Philadelphia i Eagle pitching chores Saturday [night to complete a 24-7 National (Football League exhibition vic- |tory over the Washington Red- t skins. ered the last two yards for the Skins after his running and Norman Snead's passing had covered The Packers were handcuffed in the first two periods and trailed 14-7 at the intermission. But they came out in the second half and gave a partisan crowd of 44,326 plenty to cheer about. most of the ground. | Fullback Jim Taylor, held to Hill put the Eagles ahead later j eight yards rushing the first half, in the second period, having com- i scored two touchdowns in the Before going down to their third pleted four successive passes for i tremendous comeback. Taylor uccessivd pre-season defeat this 80 yards. The last was a 33-yard- picked up 111 yards in the rally, BASEBALL TOURNEYS BABE RUTH WORLD SERIES At Brldgetgn, N.J. championship 'renlon, N.J. 7, Portland, Ore 6 NATIONAL NON-PRO at Wichita- Kan. lollandole. Miss. 7, St. Albans, W. Va. 1 (eliminated) Inooski, Vt. 2, Maton, Go. 1 (eliminated) •«envtlle. Twin. ?, Sedglla, Mo. 4 lellm- er to Tommy McDonad, who ran eight yards for the score. banging two for his first score and racing 26 for the other. SPORTS CALENDAR TODAY No events scheduled. TOMORROW MEETINGS: LaGrange Quarterback club at ser'or high school auditorium, 7:30 p.m.; Lake Chanes High School Fullbacker dub at school, 7:30 p.m. SB— Marshall. S— Friend, Smith. IP H R ER BB $0 Friend (L, 14-12) 8 2-3 12 3 3 0 2 Jack'n (W, 11-10) 9.... 5 2 2 S 3 WP-Jackson. U-Barllck, Varao, Crawford, Harvey. T— 2:17. A— 15,369. Night Gamt PITTSBURGH ST. LOUIS ab r h bi pb r h bl Virdon cf 5000 Javier 2b 4010 Croat ss 5211 Burda If 3000 Clemente rt 4 1 1 0 White rf 2000 Stuart lb 312 3 Boyer 3b 4000 Goss It 000 0 Whltfleld lb 3000 Clend'on If 4010Smlth cf 3000 M'zer'skl 2b 40200llver c 3010 Logan 3b 401 OGotay ss 2010 Leppert c 400 OaSawatskl 1000 F' Oncl$ P 300 OMoxvlll ss 0000 bSch'nd'st 1000 Ouliba p 0000 Totals W 4 t 4 Tploli 28 9 J 0 o— Fouled out for Golay In 8lh; fa- Fouled out for Simmons In 8th.' SI Louis 000 000 900—0 E— Burda, Simmons, Maxvill. PO-A— Pittsburgh 27-8. St. Louis 2711. DP-Gotay, Javier ond Whllfield; Groat, Mozeroskl and Clendenon LOB — Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 4. 2B-~Logon, Stuart, Javier HR Groat, IP MR ER BB SO Francis (W, 67) 9 3003$ Simmons (L, (-8) 8 (4214 Dyllba 1 0 0 0 0 0 U— Varna, Crawford, Harvey, Borlltk. T-2:t)l. A-«,9S?, gbrhbl obrhbl Trseh If 402 0 Adair ss 5000 Rlch'son 2b 513 0 Snyder cf 5 0 1 1 Marls rf 500 0 Brandt rf 4220 Mantle cf 3111 Gentile lb 4000 Howard c 4121 Robinson 3b 4143 Kubek ss 4011 Williams If 4010 Skowron lb 401 OWIIhelm p 0 0 0 0 Boyer 3b 3 0 0 0 Triandos c 2000 Da ey p 301 OaShetrone 0 0 0 0 eLong 101 OStock p 0000 dLlnz 0000 Herzog If 0 0 0 0 Boulon p 0000 Breeding 2b 3110 Arroyo p 00 OOBrown p 000 0 bLau c 1000 Totals 34 J 12 3 Totals 32 4 » 4 a— Ran for Triandos In 7th; b— Filed • out tor Brown In 7lh; c— Singled for Daley In »th; d-Ran for Long In 9lh. j Hn\u York 309000900—1 E-Arroyo. PO-A-New York 26-13 (two out when winning run scored) * Bo It 1 more 27-10 OP-~Bovcri Rlchordson ond Skow* i ron i T rlondos ond Adoir i Adolr* BrocOinQ i and Gentile. LOB— New York 9. Balti- OR Mnntt^ l^uhek Brecdlno Brandt ^BrSwn n (2»: ^'^"H^ g^'Ho Boulon (L, 56) ... 13 0 1 1 2 0 jtocji ) 1-31 0020 Wllhelm (W, 6-9) .2-300000 HBP— by Wilhelm (Tresh), WP— Brown. PB TrlQrtdos Howard (2) U* w Sta^ f McKi«l»y, Chyluk, Umoni. T-J:45. A- 2.4,214- Archer Decisions Gonzales in Tiff Baltimore Scores Over Dallas 24-10 ROANOKE, Va. (AP) - Baltimore shook off pesky Dallas in ^he second half Saturday night ;and romped to a 24-10 National VORK <AP)-New York's er buckled his 'opponent's knees ave "8 ed th * onl y de ' ! in the tlllrd W1h slldleft hook The Colts, held to a 3-3 tie at . , - SSoolfeat of his pro career by de-jto the jaw and shook him up uij halftime fjnall broke out with J outpointing Puerto Rican- j several other rounds. j some oi(ensive fireworks in oooo born Jose Gonzalez in a lively 10- 1 The three officials had Archer third quarter, scoring three touch. 0000 round television scrap at Madison a h ea d by big margins. Referee downs and wrapping up the game, 3> ° ° ° j Square Garden Saturday night. Arl Mercante had it 7-2-1 in i their third exhibition victory with. Archer, an 8-5 favorite, weighed rounds. Judge Tony Rossi scored ; out a loss. l58Vi, to Gonzalez' 158^. I' 1 7-3 wnile J ud S«J Frank Forbes j The breakthrough came sudden. made Jt 6 " 3 ' 1 - Tne A - p ' scorecard I \ y j n the third period. Dallas quar« terback Eddie LeBaron flipped , Although blood dripped from a had Archer in front 8 . 2 it over his eye from the second i \ round on, the 24-year-old Archer! Gonzalez had scored a disputed P. ai>s met his foe's bull-like rushes with decision over Archer in the same ; stiff left jabs and sharp left-right arena i as t j une 33. jt was the first, combinations to the head through los§ fo| . Atrher who had won 30 ; down most ot the fight. straight and then had taken a nine- The next time quarter Jimmy Archer beat Gonwlw to the month , ff Archef , s recorel now Unitas and Co. got the ball, they inC'n />nncict£mrl\7 anri hart I no rnar/^htt/i JB \t otrio in aiftnr motrd h Q „ touched for the ., tou£ punch consistently and had the: better of a series pi exciting! is 3l-l. Gonzalez, who had a win- marched 48 yards in eight plays for the second touchdown. Tb« trades. There were no knockdowns ning streak of three snapped, now, counter cams on a UniUg to Bob although th« handsome New Yark« i ha» * ?l-7-l record. \ I Clemens pass covering 11 yar

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