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SUN., AUGUST 26, 1$62, Lake Charles American Dodgers Snap Back To Slug Mets 8-2 pinch hitter in the seventh inning. | for the victory, which went to Perranoski. Williams permitted He has won seven. NEW YORK (AP>-Jim Gilliam hit a home run and three singles and Ron Perranoski pitched one- j Tommy Davis, Willie Davis and , the Mets only two hits through hit ball through 4 2-3 innings of; Ron Fairly also hit homers for | four innings. In the fifth, he relief as the league leading Los j the Dodgers, who collected 15 j walked three batters and gave Angeles Dodgers defeated the' hits, reaching relief pitcher Ken way to Perranoski with the bases New York Mets 8-2 Saturday. MacKenzie for three funs and full and one out. A crowd of 21,065 saw the, four hits in the eighth and ninth Dodgers inflict the 21st defeat of' innings. the season on Roger Craig, the! Stan Williams started for the Mets' starter. The tall right-hand- j er allowed 11 hits and five runs before he was taken out for a Dodgers and was staked to a 4-1 lead but he couldn't go the necessary five innings to gain credit Perranoski struck out Clarence Coleman to end the threat. He permitted only a single to Thorne- berry and a walk to Coleman in the final four innings. LOS ANGELES NEW YORK ab t h bl ob r h hi Wills ss 5 J 2 0 Ashburn rf 4110 Gllllom 2-3b 4241 Neal ss 4001 W. Dovls cf 4 1 1 3 Mantilla 3b 3000 T. Davis 3b 5121 Thomas If 3 0 o o Fairly 1b 3 1 J 1 Thr'n'b'y Ib 4 o 1 1 oBurrlom 2b 1 1 0 0 Colemon c 3000 Howard If-rf S 0 3 0 cHer'cher 1 0 0 o Snider rf 2000 Can'iaro c 0 0 0 o bWalls 1011 Konehl 2b 4 0 1 o Harkness Ib 0000 Hlckmon cf 2100 Roseboro c 4000 Craig p j o 0 0 Williams p 2000 Mackenzie p 0 0 0 0 Per'noskl p 2000 dChrtop'r 0000 Total! 318157 Totals 31 J 3 I The: sky, touched for four of Chicago's | 8r smder ?n «t°; r c-Hit into *force n9 ou't " " h; *- WaHted for Mac ' ChiSox Dash Angels by 9-2 A run scored when Marv Thorneberry grounded out but *^» «Ci**t ROBBY SCORES WINNER — Cincinnati's Frank Robinson used a hand slide to score what proved to be the winning run against Houston in the seventh inning of Saturday's game. Robby struck out. but went all the way to second as the catcher was charged with a passed ball, and scored on Marty Keough's single to right. Getting the ball too late to make the tag is Colt's catcher Hal Smith. (AP Wirephoio). Streaking Reds Hang On To Beat Colts 7-6 SOLUNAR TABLES CINCINNATI fAPl — Marty i Keoug hit his fifth homer in Keough and Leo Cardenas hit the fourth after Houston starter back-to-back home runs Saturday Dick Farrell had given up a and the Cincinnati Reds eked out double to Frank Robinson and a a 7-6.victory over the Houston walk. Cardenas' eighth homer Colls. came with the bases empty. The victory was the 20th in 30 Hal Smith hit his 10th homer decisions for Joey Jay, who had-with Ken Aspromonte aboard to In have help from Jim Brosnan ' give Houston hack two runs in the ; right. fifth after singles by Ed Kasko and Don Blasingame. Robinson doubled them both home off reliever Bobby Tiefenauer. In the seventh, Robinson struck out but got to second base on a passed ball and scored the de-d cisive run on Keough's single to Date 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 Day Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Central Standard Time A.M. Minor Major P.M. Minor Major 1:55 2:45 3:35 4:20 5:05 5:50 6:30 7:15 8:05 8:55 9:40 10:25 11:05 11:50 12:15 1:00 2:1 5 3:05 3.50 4:35 5:15 6:00 6:45 7:30 8:30 9:20 10:05 10:50 11:35 12:35 1:20 LOS ANGELES (AP) Chicago White Sox scored three nine hits, lasted four innings and runs without a hit in the first in- took his seventh loss in 15 deci- ning, then unloaded a half dozen sions. extra-base hits and belted the Los Angeles Angels 9-2 Saturday. The loss was the fourth for the Angels in their last five games and it left them just one percentage point ahead of third place Minnesota Twins. Right-hander Ed Fisher went seven innings for Chicago and j scored his seventh victory in 11 1 decisions. Fisher, who has a 4-0: record against Los Angeles, gave j up nine hits, including Billy Mor-j an's 16th home run. jU, A Yort!*' E— Kanehi, coiemon, 4210 Pearson cf s o o o -??..' , WI !'. S an ?. H °rkness. LOB-LOS An- in the eighth to squelch a Colts, fifth, rally. It was the sixth straight ; Farrell. who took the loss for Jay left in the eighth after two runs scored on doubles by Aspro- triumph for the third-place Reds. '• his 17th in 25 decisions, left in the monte and Goodman sandwiched - - -- — around a walk. Brosnan ended the thjeat by getting Bob Lillis to line out. HOUSTON CINCINNATI ab r h bl ab r h bl Warwick cf Spongier If Temple 2b Golden p dHcist Lorker Ib I Meiias rt Aspr'nte 3b i Smith c Hartman ss i a Good'n 2b ; A'flfno 2b Farrell p I Tiefena'r p l bPcndlelon 1 Llllls ss Totals a—Singled Outing Class Wins In Hopeful Stakes SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. $4.50, $3.40 and $3.20, while Fred ' AP) ~ Grecntree stable>s Outin g Hooper's Alabama Bound with KO 3b 4120 class P° ured it °n down the mid- Raulio Balza up, returned $1090 o°n m ct 2b 30oo dle ° uf thfe tra{ * in the final six- and $7.70. Michael Phipps' Final ies it 1000 teentn of a mile Saturday and Rulinc. ridden hv l.arrv AHamc Angel starter Bo walked the first three faced in the first inning. Belin * * * ion Halts A's As Twins Move Up MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (AP); excellent control, walking none —Left-hander Dick Stigman scat- and striking out seven, tered eight Kansas City hits • Ed Rakow, touched for two Saturday as the Minnesota" Twins Twins runs in the first and one defeated the Athletics 3-1. in the fourth, lost his 14th. He Bobby Del Greco accounted for has won 12. the onfv A's run, a leadoff homer The Twins scored a pair in the ^"^'"Soo*™" '" Bth; °-P°Pped out who ' had backed his better-liked , . • i.it. _r iu~ t: » : :__ — _:_„!— u.. r „„„., 1or Golden in vrn. ... . .. _ 5020 Kasko 4001 Blas'ame 4010 Plnson 0000 Galnes 1000 Robinson rf 4222 4020 Coleman Ib 3100 4010 Keough If-cf 3124 4220 Cardenas ss 4 1 1 1 3322 Edwards c 4000 2000 Jay p 3010 2122 Brosnan p 1000 0000 2000 0000 1000 1000 37 6125 Totals 35 7 » 7 for Hartman In Saturday and Ruling, ridden by Larry" Adams won the $117.550 Hopeful Stakes; paid $28 to show, for 2-year-olds as the Saratoga T ne time on to meeting came to a close. bama Bound "as second Final Ruling hushed th.rd. Ala- and a fast track was 1:17 flat, a full second off the j Jacobs - s Hall TQ CHICAGO LOS ANOELES ab r h bl ss Ib 4211 Moron 2b 5121 . If 4221 L.Th'mos Ib 4 0 0 0 Smith 3b 5123 Wagner If 5010 Londis cf S 0 0 1 Rodgers c H'shb'ger rf 3001 Botz p Fox 2b S 1 1 0 cTorres l 0 0 0 ; Carreon c 4010 Grba p 0000 Fisher p Jill G.Th'rrKiJ rf 4120, Lown p 1000 Koppe 3b 3010! Fregosl ss 4 0 3 1 i Bellnsky p 1 0 1 0 i aBuraes? 0000 bBowsfldd 0 0 0 0 I Spring p 0000 Avert!! c 2000; Totals 17 • f ITotali 37 J 10 2 o—Walked for Bellnsky In 4th b—Ran | for Burgess In 4th; c—Filed out for Boti In 8th. i Chicago 300 231 100-V j ' ' . ' 010 000 100-2 E—Fregosl, Koppe. PO-A—Chicago 27-7, men he Los Angeles 27-11. DP—BellMky and Fregosl. LOB—Chicago 9, Los Angeles 11. 2B—Moran, G. Thomas 2, Cunningham, Robinson, Smith, Fox, Fisher. HR — Smith, Moran. SB—Aparicio. S—Fisher. IP H R ER IB SO Fisher (W, 7-4) ..7 92216 Lown 2 1 0 0 1 1 Bellnsky (L, 8-7) 4 45553 Spring l 33300 Boti 3 21100 Grba l o 0 0 1 1 ::: ooj oi?ooo-t wiiiioms, Nem. 9. w - Davl »3000 W1 , .,„_. . P , , H , 0 0 0 0 , W Jr-n«kl rw"VV. A\\ ? I ' cra\ 0 IL 7% ' 7 " i ? Mraa 'E l L 'i. ' "' 7 , '1 5 ' 3 T 0, - Davis RB$ Bolinsky! "L»S» Hendrix Is Added to USL Staff LAFAYETTE (Spl.) — Billy (Red) Hendrix, who captained the Drummond, Nopp, T-2:30. A-7,209. y Outing Class, ridden confidently 1960 Hopeful. AL SMITH His Hits Helped Outin g CIa <* Struck out for Tiefenauer In a son of Nas- m the 'first for his eighth of the first inning on singles by Lenny Hou5ton vear. Stieman. gaining his ninth Green, Rich Rollins and Harmon de- Killebrew, and an infield out by Bob Allison. A poor throw to home by George Alusik set up one of the runs. Minnesota shoved across its other run in the fourth when Earl Battey led off with a double and Zoilo Versalles singled him home. KANSAS CITY MINNESOTA ab r h bl ab r h'bi 4111 Green cf-lf 4110 4020 Power Ib 4010 4010 Rollins 3b 4110 4010 Killebrew If 4071 4010 Tutlle cf 0000 4000 Allison rf 4001 3010 Battey c 4110 3000 Allen ?b 3010 2010 Versalles ss 3021 1000 Stigman p 3000 Wick'sham p 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 1 8 1 Totals 33 3 » 3 o—Struck out for Rakow In 8th. Kansas City 100000000—1 Minnesota 200 100 OOx-J E—Alusik. PO-A—Kansas City 24-6, Minnesota 27-7. DP—Rollins, Allen end Power; Allen, Versolles and Power. LOB— Kansas City 5, Minnesota 7. 2B-Lumpe, Killebrew, Cimoll, Bottey. Edwards. >—Aspromonte, Smith, Goodman, Robinson 1, Blasingame. HR—Smith, Keough/ Cardenas. IP H R ER BB SO xFarrell (L, 8-17). 4 S 6 6 2 2 Tiefenauer 2 3 0 0 0 1 Golden 2 1 1 0 1 2 Jay (W, 20-10) ...72-3 12 Brosnan 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 Oi u-v,nzo, cory. ocnoteiii, Pryo, T-wi. A- victory cwoared to three feats," also «:ive up an opening inning double to Jarry L u m p e, but settled down the rest of the way as the Twins snapped a three-game losing streak. He had Ind'ans Clip Boston by 8-6 CLEVELAND (AP) - Cleveland's Jerry Kindall belted a two- run homer in the eighth inning off Boston's ace reliever, Dick Radatz. to carry the Indians to an 3-6 victory Saturday. The Red Sox blew a 5-1 lead when starter Don Schwall and Mike Fornieles permitted the Indians to draw even. Bubba Phil- ..... , -., ,,,,,- „•. c . l;~-' »„.„ ,-,!„ V,nmor in tViP sixth WP-Rakow. PB - Bryan. U — Berry,! tWO lengths at Atlantic City Sat lips two-run nomer m Uie SIXUi H onochick, Schwarts, Salerno. T—2:12 * ! ooo «!> io°^7 ' sta blemate, Catullus. PO-A—Houston ' John n , 11 • r ,u i -1 r, ^ SiStCr ' MrS " CharleS S. Catullus, winner of the Juvenile. Payson. Greentree won the 1941 Coiemon. LOB—Houston 6, cincinnaM 7. , and Flash Stakes, was undefeated Hopeful with Devil Diver - '- his three races prior to the! Bo n jour fjnished ^^ ^ was ninth, as Outing in his three races prior to the! _ 6Vz furlong Hopeful, being run for , Catullus' money was Patrice Jacobs' Bon-, class rushed" up "from Tub" jour winner of the T r e m o n t ] a ft er • •- Spafin Wins No. 14 as Cubs Fall CHICAGO (API-Backed by a '958 LSU national champion fool- ll3S bce " ™™** **> «>• ste vens, Kinnamon.! University of Southwestern Lou- u'siana gridiron staff by athletic j director A. G. Urban. | Hendrix, 27, will coach the USL lends and will also be given scout- j ing assignments, according to head i coach Russ Faulkinberry. I A native of Rayville, Hendrix j earned 11 letters at Rayville High j before an LSU career which saw him named an All-Southeastern I Conference end in 1958, his sen- iior year. DETROIT (AP)—A six-run ral- ! Tne Bulldogs' new mentor sue- ly in the eighth inning enabled I ceeds Bil1 Nichols, who was re- Uie Detroit Tigers to overcome | centl y appointed as an assistant Detroit Erupts To Overwhelm Senators 7-5 early the Washington Senators' five-run lead and turn in a 7-5 victory Saturday. Steve Hamilton was breezing to Faize Mahfouz at New Iberia High School. Hendrix had served two years as a student assistant under'Paul 6 6 2 s Slakes and runner-up in the Sap-' ins fin 'j"u I"'^ 'LTohi 11V " barrage of four home runs, Wary 1.4 icngms. , ^ g hn hm . led (he Milwaukee the ,- „ „. '"if Ihe Gteenliee DelGreco cf Charles 3b Lumpe 2b Siebern Ib Cimoli rf Alusik II Causey ss Bryan c Rokow p aJImenez Surging T.V. Lark Gets Turf'Cap Nod Alabama Bound, who went to entry returned: ^ i ead midway down lhe ^ .stretch, appeared a winner as he! of lhr e e hits, tinned for home with a length lead over George D. Widener's The 41-year-old southpaw Crewman. But he tired in the late i missed the 56th shutout of his stretch and only managed to hold! career in the ninth inning when second place by a head over Final Dick Bertell led off with a triple Ruling. i and scored after two were out on Outing Class with a two-hitter before the Ti- Dietzel at LSU prior to beiim re- gers drove him out of the box in' ca " e d into the Army last t t o« the eighth. i^er. He was released from active Chico Fernandez' t h r e e - run dut y on August 7. homer cut the Washington lead! to 5-4. Successive singles by Vic I Wertz, Norm Cash and Dick Me-! Auliffe plus a wild pitch by loser [ Jim Hannan accounted for the final three runs. WASHINGTON DETROIT ab r h bl obrh bi 5020 F'nondez ss 4 1 23 5110 Brulon cf 4110 5120 Kallne rf 4000 4113 Colavlto If 4 1 1 1 i 4121 Boros 3b 3000' 3000 cWertz 1 0 1 0 i 4 1 2 OdSuddin 3b 0100 3020 Cash Ib 2111 3001 McAulilfe 2b 4 0 1 2 0000 Brown c 3100 Koplltz p 0000 Jones p oWood Foytack p bMorlon i Hinlon rf ( Bright Ib I Relzer c 1 Lock It 1 Cottier 2b Honnon p HR—DelGreco. Rakow (L, 13-13) Wickersham Stlgmon (W, 9-3) ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP)T. V. Lark, the nation's No. 1 grass course racer last season, collected $7fi i 407.50, second largest purse in the Totals Fox p S451J5 Totals 1000 1000 0000 1110 0000 31 7 8 7 and he was able fo gain his first history of the race, stakes victory of the season, j Ridden by Howard Grant, he car- a—Filed out lor Jones In 6th; b—Sin- gled for Foytack in Ith; c—Singled for Boros In 8th; d—Ran for Wertz In 8th. IP inning tied the s:ore at 6-6. Chuck Schilling homered for the losers. Barry Latman (5-11 > went the distance, despite a five-run out- bust by Boston in the third inning. He gave up 11 hits, one more than Cleveland produced. Radatz, making his 51st appear Century Mark Tied by Jerome , pulled one out of the hat coming j ried topweight of 120 pounds over 9 H 3 R ? B ? s °|from last place to win the $29,300 the distance in 1:42 2-5 just one 2 ? ? ° ? i Philadelphia Turf Handicap by; tick off the track record. T. V. Lark paid $5.80, $3.60 and urday. j $3.00. Hellenic Hero returned $4.20 William G. Helis, Jr's Hellenic i and $3.40 and Loyal Lady 2nd, Hero finished second after taking paid $6.80. Leo Discharged From Hospital NEW YORK (AP) - Leo Du- jKen Hubbs' single. I Spahn, who scored his sixth 1 , ' . , , i : „„„ ooros m oin; a— Kan lor wer j straight victory to boost ms rec- i Washington 023000000-5 lord to 14-11 for the season, now : <*™< one ."ft— W iVhinBte-T ZM "^ has 323 National League triumphs ( tjol, "^-^'7, Fernandez and —three -horl of the record ot J^D j 2 B — Hinton, Hamiin. HR — Reizer, by set Eddie Brlghf, Colavlto, Fernandez. S—Hamilton. IP H R ERBBSO yHamllton 7 Hannan (L, 2-4) , 1 tw, 9.5, command in the early stretch. Jacnot Stable's Oink was, rocher, Los Angeles Dodger coach Harbor View Farm's Loyal bunched with the leaders in the I was discharged from the hospital Lady 2nd, the only mare in the stretch run but finished fourth, VANCOUVER, B. C. (AP)—! mile and a sixteenth test and one only to have Steve Brooks, who Sprinter Harry Jerome of North: of the outsiders, was always in ; rode Parka, the fifth horse, lodge ance^dropped'his fifth game 'in 11 Vancouver and the University of! contention and finished third. a claim of foul against him. It decisions. Oregon equalled the world record ; T, V. Lark followed the same , was allowed and he was moved to The Indians regained seventh °f 9 -2 seconds for the 100-yard i pattern that he did in the Round fifth place and Parka moved into place from the Red Sox and lead dash Saturday in winning the'Table Handicap, when he came \ fourth money. event at lhe Pacific National Ex-i from last to finish second. Salur-j T. V. Lark picked up $19,045 to them 9-7 with Sunday's double header closing out the season series. BOSTON CLEVELND hibition Track Meet. I day the fates acted more kindly raise his earnings to $877,699. ab r h bi Geiger '.( 4110 Dillord rf Breisoud is 5 l 2 2 Luplow rf 4110 Fronccno 5000 Fisefjmn If '1 0 1 1 Rornono c i 0 1 1 Held ss J 1 1 0 Phillips 3b 413' Kindall 2b ' 1 1 D Latman p 1000 1010 35*11 5 Tolall ab r h bi S 0 0 0 2100 ) •', 0 1 1 400< 4110 31)0 4313 4122 4121 Y'trze'Ski If Clinton rl Runnel! 'b Malzone 3b Nlron f Schilling 2b Schwall p Fornietc; p Radatz p Totals 35*11 5 Tolall 14 t 108 Boston 005 001 000— t Cleveland 012 10? f 'x-8 E—Kln-iall, Molzone. PO-A—Boston 54-9. Clev»lon^ 27-12. OP—Lo1m<- Jn , Held and Francona; <indall, Held and Francono. LOR—Boston 7, Cleveland i. 2B—Romano. Brrssoud. HR—Schilling, Phillips, Kindall. SB—Phillips. Runnels. S—Schwc'l. IP H R ER BB SO Schwall 32-3 t, 4 3 1 0 Fornieles .... l ?3 2 1 2 0 i Radatz ( 4 V ."232 2 2 1 5 Lotmon (//, 5-11) 9 11 e t 4 8! HBP—By Fornieles (Held). U-Rict,, Paporello, Soar, Smith. 1-2:28. A-4,206. Weatherly Is Selected As America's Cup Defender Saturday after an overnight stay following his collapse in the visitors' clubhouse of the Polo Grounds. Dr. Peter Lamotle, the New by a left-hander Plank. Spahn had a no-hitter until the \ sixth when Bertell, in a pinch bat- ( ting role, singled to center. , , , „ ,„„. v,; c ie;tVi anH ; HBP—By Hamilton (Cash, Brown). WP Aaron S homer was his 35tn ana _ Ha nnan. U-Carrlgan, Hurley, Flaherty, marked the 25th straight game in Run fl e. T-2:ii. A-B.W. which he has it safely. Hubbs handled three chances to give him 68 successive errorless and left him five 2 i x—Faced two men In 3rd; y—Faced four men In 8th. HBP—By Hamilton (Cash, Brown). WP - « , w , , ,, h York Mets' team physician who lhe nia - 101 ' lcagl ,' e , mark ? f 7 n I' had treated him at the hospRal Bobb .y Doerr of lhe Boston Red , said Durocher was "feeling well,"! Sox in 1948 ' ! PRO FOOTBALL R.I. <AP.i -Weath- ly as weeks Esthay Is Named To Head'V Club The LaG range Letterman's NEWPORT erly v.as selected Saturday as America's Cup defender against Australia'? Gretd. The races begin Sept. 15 off this port. Skipper Bus Mosbacher of Wea- thtrly already had left the dock when New York Yacht Club officials came alongside the 12- meter yacht in a launch and an- ^-^ j^' nounced their decision. Ea -Her Saturday Weatherly had ".ealherly was decisively beaten the; newly-built technical adviser several ! It was the third straight loss for Nefertiti since the committee The field was narrowed to two eliminated Easterner and Colum- but he advised the former manager against going to the Polo Grounds for the game with the: SeTr'tf Mets. | '"-" Durocher is expected to return i to the coaching lines Sunday. j Durocher collapsed just before- Friday night's game and for a few minutes almost everyone in! the locker room thought he had suffered a heart attack. It developed Durocher had been j given a shot of penicillin about' Mirwoukt* 15 minutes earlier for an infcc-! Cnlcq » 9 MILWAKEE CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r h bl McMillan ss 5000 Brock cl 4000 4000 Hubbs 2b 4011 Johnson If 0100 Williams If 4000 Maye ct 5222 Altman Ib 3000 H. Aaron rf 5 1 1 2 Santo 3b 2000 Matews 3b 1311 Landrum rf 3000 Crandall c 4110 Rodgers is 3000 T. Aaron 1b 4 1 2 2 Barrapan c 1000 Samuel 2b 4113 aBertell c 2120 Spahn p 4020 Cardwell p 1000 bMcAnany 1 0 0 Hobble p 0000 McKnpht 1000 Totals J* 10 10 10 Totals » 1 1 1 a—Singled tor Barragan In *th; b— Struck oul for Cardwell In cth; c— Grounded out for Hobble In 9th. 000 403 011-10 000 000 001- 1 EXHIBITIONS Baltimore (NL) 24, Dallas (NL1 10 Green Bay (NL) 35, Chicago (NL) 21 Philadelphia (NL) 24, Washington (NL) 7 LAGRANGE GATORS Best Home Schedule In AAA Football 6 GAMES $6 Sept. 7—Holy Cross Sept. 14—Baton Roug* Sept. 21—West Jefferson Sept. 28—Orange, Texan (Picked No. 1) Oct. 12—Lake Charles Nov. 2—Sulphur Buy Your Season Ticket Now Ticket Office Open Weekdays, 8 to 12 A. M. and 1 to 3 P. M. For Further Information, Call GR 7-5386 OR GR 7-4571 MAJOR LEAGUE standings Los Angeles , San Francisco Cincinnati yachts Tuesday when Columbia j bia from the trials to select the tion and had su ff ered a violent Pittsburgh E—Mathews. PO-A—Milwaukee 27-14. St. Louts NATIONAL LIAOUR Won toil Pet. lihlntf 84 4« 48 a ' United States defender. and winless Easterner were elim inated. Weatherly, which ran second to Nefertiti in the observation trials whose satndings really didn't count, was 6-3 over-all against the i hulled Weatherly worked along on case-of penicillin allergy. Skipper-designer Ted Hood of; A doctor came out of the slants Marblehcad had command at the start, but Nefertiti just couldn't hold the advantage. The blue Chicago 27-11. DP—Spahn, McMillan and T. Aaron; Samuel and T. Aaron. LOB— Milwaukee 3, Chicago 1. 2B - T. Aaron 3B - Berttll. HR - H. Rh(Jdes and designed by the port tack " under Nefert'iti's i bulance to a hospital, by lee, climbed up far enough to the! " and gave Durocher two shots to ^S"', mSamuel/ Mothew5( neutralize the penicillin and ad-' ministered oxygen before the 56- year-old coach was taken by am- SB Milwaukee Philadelphia Chicago ,, Houston New York ,81 ,81 .75 .70 71 62 .45 . 33 60 71 I .628 .623 .581 .543 .542 .466 .369 .349 .254 3 I'/i 13Vj 13Vi 3* **W*"»W4 I *,* I IVLM»,«.. I * V*»»* *»»- >T)JI/M1*V. i i , ., f Irt Nefertitfof Marblehead. Mass., b y. Luders yards in Stamford, Conn., in 1958 for that year s cup defense against Great Britain. She was eliminated early in the trials with ; start huge back • winding Nefertiti's genoa and then pushed Londrum. IP H II IK IB |0 Spahn (W, 14-11) 9 31115 Cardwell (L, 6-13) 6 t 7 7 3 2 Hobbl* 3 23312 PB—Barragan. U—Sudol, Forman, Gorman/ Jockowikl. T—2; 17. A—7,146. four minutes, 39 seconds over a club was reorganized Saturday at 24-mile course. a meeting in which new officers Race uilinals. finding Weather- ... , , „ „ , were elected and tentative plans ly almost d«*ricd by her crew, ^Htcrner and eventually Colum for a money-racing hayride were asked fo, the w-nior man aboard. blfi won ()Ut W* ln * 1 lhe 17 'y ear ' sef. | Geccge O'Day of Boston and Mar- Club olficerg are: Terry Esthay, bltlwad, w'ling advisor, stepped president; Lloyd Christ, vice pros- : foj ward wd v\as noiilitd of the ideal, John Demarie. wretery; club's decision by chairman Ju- Rusty Fry. treasurer; Jamts han Roosevelt. Pufreae, reporter and James O'Day formerly bki'ipcml Kast- McC§», ai'iieiiol-il^rnui' i erner but translerred to Weather- steadily ahead into her own section of Rhode Island Sound. old Vim for cup defense honors that vear. After the first half of the windward-leeward contest was sailed more than half the 200-boat spectator fleet didn't bother to follow along to the six mile wind- The beating was two seconds ward mark the second time. Only less than Weatherly dealt Nefer- i 34 boalg were visible on the hod- titi Friday under almost identical ; zon as Weatherly crossed the (in- weather conditions, a wind that I ish line with Neferliti a long half- never got above 12 knoll. 1 mile astern. DELUXE HOUSEBOAT FOR SALE J3x40 ft. 2" Cypres» barge, new 12*36 cabin, unliujany paneled thruoul, aluminum window*, ingulaled overhead, acoustical tile ceiling, vinyl tile floor, yalley, standard head, butane, wired for HO, £'/i ft. wglkaround. Hough it in luxury! Year 'round camp. fUhinf or hunting lodge. For QppQintniinl contact f. H- Oranflt Noll, Bonk, Oronga, ISO* Cflrler, Cronae, »r J. p. Farei, SATURPAY't RiJULTS Los Angeles 8, New York 2 Milwaukee 10, Chicago 1 Cincinnati 7, Houston t St. Louis 3-0, Pittsburgh 2-4, day-night San Francisco 6, Philadelphia 1, night SUNDAY'S OAMES Lot Angeles (Rlchirt 2-3) at Ntw York (Anderson 3-13) San Franclico (Sanford 174) at Philadelphia (Mahalfty 17-10) Milwaukee (Lemaster 1-1) at Chicago (Ellsworth 6-17) Houston (Brunei 1-2 and Bruce 7-8) ol Cincinnati (O'Toolf 13-13and Mgloney Pittsburgh (Haddlx 85 and Sturdlvanl »-3) at St. Louis (Wgshbum 10-4 gnd Tolh 1-0), 2. AMERICAN LEAOUI .. . • Won Lost Pet. Bound New York 7A 54 .585 — Los Angela* ... 72 58 ,554 4 Mlnnesolo .... 73 S9 .553 4 Chlcogo 68 62 .523 8 Detroit 65 63 .508 10 Baltimore ,,.. 65 64 .504 lO'/i Cleveland ,.,. 61 68 .473 U'/i Boston 61 69 .469 15 Kansas City ...60 71 .458 l6'/> Washington ..48 81 .372 27'/» SATURDAY'S RBSUUTJ Baltimore 8-4, New YorK 6-3, doy-nlghl Cleveland 8, Boston i Detroit 7, Washington S Minnesota 3, Kansas City 1 Chicago 9, Los Angel«s 2 SUNDAY'S GAMES Chicago (Baumann 6-4) al Los Anaelet (L«e 10-9) Kansas City (Fischer 4-5) at Minnesota (Krollck M) New York (Ford 13-6) at Boltlmort (Roberts 8-6) Washington (Stenhouse 10-9 and Osteen 6-10) at Detroit (Bunnlng 13-1 and Kllni 3-5), 2. Boston (Wilson 11-5 and Conley 12-11) at Cleveland (Donovan 16-7 and Perry If 2016 EAST BROAD STREET EO TAUSSIG FORD'S NEW LOCATION Comptrf Pricfi—Tmssig's will be Low«r! Much l-owerl CUreuce and Front Street 2016 East Brood Sired ME 6-05U 486-0545 SHOP SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. /

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