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DUROCHER BACK — Leo Durocher, stricken by a penicillin reaction last week, returned to the Polo Grounds Sunday prior to the Los Angeles Dodgers' game with the New York Mels. The Dodger coach didn't suit out for the gams but watched from the clubhouse. (AP Wirepholo). Sprinting Wills Paces Dodgers' Rout of Mets MOM., AUGUST 11, mi, lafcft Chartcs Aftitricaft tm* /I DON'T Li<£ YOU, CHAS V BROtiN! By The Associated Press cinnati in both ends of a First inning: Maury WiUs header 2-1 and 6-4. The twin loss walked, stole second and scored | dropped the third place Reds 4'i on a single by Tommy Davis. : games behind the Dodgers and Third inning: WiDs beat out an j two behind the Giants who de- infield hit, stole second, reached i fcated Philadelphia 74. third on Willie Davis' safe bunt and scored when Tommy Davis <waukee 4-1 and hit into a double play. Sixth inning: Wills doubled home a run, stole third and double- major league history have stolen j straight. Orlando Cepeda drove in ;in inco morc . They are Ty Cobb of De- two runs with his 30th homer, the troit (96 in 1916, 83 in '11 and j fourth in the three games, and 76 in '09), Clyde Milan of Wash-1 Felipe Alou also homered, his 21st ington (88 in 1912 and 74 in 'I3>,jof the season. Jack Sanford, with Eddie Collins of Philadelphia's some relief help from Mike Me- The Chicago Cubs defeated Mil- A ' s ' 81 in 1910) and Fritz Maisel Cormick and Bob Bolin, registered 'of the New York Yankees (74 in 1914) Wills has 31 games left to play. He needs eight to tie Bescher and 24 to equal Cobb's major league mark. "1 think I have a good chance to catch Bescher but I don't be- his 18th triumph. The loss wasi charged to Art Mahaffey, the: Phils' 17-game winner. NATIONAL BOXES Pittsburgh split a doubleheadcr with vSt. Louis, winning the second game 7-6. after the Cards had taken the scored on a single by Jim Gilliam. opener 6-5. Thus did Wills, perhaps the 1 The Dodgers scored 12 unearned greatest base stealer in modern .runs against the Mets, who corn- baseball history, demonstrate | mitted five errors while four of once more his tremendous value j their pitchers walked six and hit lieve I can break Cobb's record, to the Los Angeles Dodgers Sun-a batter. Rookie southpaw Pete the 29-year-old Wills said. "Until day. With the fleet-footed short- Richert pitched eight innings, I reached 50 I wasn't particularly stop reaching base three times/fanned eight and registered his interested in the record. But I am!a five-hitter in the first game and. stealing three bases and scoring j third triumph while Craig Ander- now. That doesn't mean I'm go-, veteran second baseman Johnny i three times, the Dodgers trounced: son suffered his 13th straight loss.: ing to run just for the sake of. Temple drove in two runs that! the hapless New York Mets 16-5i Wills' three stolen bases in-:stealing a base. I'll try for it on-:snapped a 4-4 tie in the second 1 to retain their National League creased his season total to 72, the ly when I feel it helps the team." 1 game to highlight Houston's dou- ; lead of 2V 2 games over the San! most by a National Leaguer since The Giants were outhit 11-7 by' ble victory over the Reds Cin- Francisco Giants. 1900 except for Bob Reseller's Philadelphia but five of their j cinnati had won six straight and Houston s Colts cooled off the .record 80 in 1911 for the Cincinnati safeties were for extra bases and'32 of its last 40 games before red hot Reds, knocking off Cm- > Reds. Only four others in modern helped them win their fourth' Sunday's debacle Giant Manager Alvin Dark gave Willie Mays a rest although the' slumping center fielder did put in' an appearance as a pinch hitter in the eighth inning. He walked and scored the Giants' last run. Southpaw George Brunei pitched 1 NEVER HVfc LtKED . AND I NEVER WflL LIKE WUi THAT ONERS THE PRESENT, THE PAST AND THE FUTURE! HOW THOROUGH VOU 6ET? Micky Wrighf Wins Salt Lake (First Game) HOUSTON CINCINNATI ob r h bl ab r h bl Warwick cf 4100 Cardenas ss 4010 Spongier If 5010 Kasko 3b Goodman 3b 2000 Pinson cf Aspr'nte 3b 0000 Robinson rf 3021 Post If 4110 Paveltich Ib 3011 Zlmmcr 2b 4000 Edwards c 4000 aFrcose 3000 bKeough Ib Malone p (Galnes Brosnan p 32 2 S 2 Totals Larker Ib Melias rf Smith c Llllls 2b Hartman ss Brunet p Totals 4020 4000 3010 3111 3000 3000 2000 0000 0000 2000 1000 0000 29 1 5 1 A 0 1 1 1 0 11 1 0 2 In 4 2 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 Sth; ER BB SO 2 1 4 a— Walked for Edwards in Blh; b— Ran for Freese In 8th; c— Lined out for Maloney In Sth. Houston .................. 000 110 000-2 Cincinnati ................ 000 000 100—1 E— Zimmer. PO-A— Houston 27-15, Cincinnati 27-11. DP— Harlman, Lillis and Larker 2; Aspromonte, Llllls and Larker; Kasko, Zlmmer and Pavletlch. LOB — Houston 9, Cincinnati 3. 2B— Warwick, Kasko. HR— Post. SB — wotskl. SB—Burda, Muslol. S—Sturdivant SF—Sturdivant, Logan. IP H R Sturdlv't (W, 7-3). 5 Ollvo 21-3 Face 2-3 McBean 2-3 yGibbon 0 Lamnbe 1-3 xMcDanlel (L, 3-9) 4 Tolh l Fcrrarese 2 Dullba 2 x—Faced four men one man In 9th. U—Harvey, Barllck, Varao, T-2:57. A-25,554. y—Faced Crawford. Second Half Charm Is Working Again for Colts' John Unitas SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Mickey Wright of Dallas, Tex., stayed a few strokes behind the leaders for the first three rounds, but won the $12,500 Sale Lake City Ladies Professional Golf Association Open in the final round Sunday with her steady shooting. Ruth Jessen of Seattle, who held the lead going into the fourth round at Willow Creek Country Club, blew up and had a 5-over- par 79. She finished third with a 72-hole total of 294. Kathy Whitworth of Jail, N.M., shot a 77 and finished second with a 293. Miss Wright fired a 2-under-par 72 and won with a 292. First prize money was $1,200. Miss Whitworth won $950 and Miss Jessen won $750. LOS YORK ab r h bl, rf 4 1 2 0 ! 3b 4 o o i' old second half magic that he; halftime tic. " 4 ° ' ° used a few seasons back to spark' cf 4 1 1 2 IP Brunet (W, 2-2) ...9 Maloncy (L, 8-5) . 8 Brosnan ......... 1 U — Secory, Venzon, 1-2:23. H R 5 1 5 1 0 0 Pryor ER BB SO 1 2 1 1 A 6 000 Donatclll. game) CINCINNATI Second HOUSTON ob r h bl Warwick r-cf 4011 Tempi* 2b 5012 eHartman ss 0 0 0 0 Pinson cl Aspr'nte 3b 4100 Robinson rt Larkcr Ib 3010 Posl II 4111 dKcough If 3000 Coleman Ib 0 0 n 0 Edwards c 4222 Blas'ame 2b 4110 O'Tqole p 1000 oGaincs 0000 K'pstcln p 1110 cLynch Wills p cl_ynch Wills p Henry p 33 6 8 « Totals ANGELES NEW ab r h bl Wills ss 3321 Ashburn aSpcncer si 2000 Ncal ss Gllllam 2b 3112 Mantilla Burright 2b 1100 Thomas W. Davis cf 5234 Chrls'hcr T. Davis 3b 6 1 1 1 Thr'n'b'y Ib 4 0 1 0 Baltimnrp Fairly Ib 4 1 1 1 Kanehl 2b 3 0 0 0 '' £>alurnole Harkncss Ib 1 1 1 1 Plgnatano c Howard If 4212 dColcman Snider rf 4100 Anderson p Roseboro c 3222 Moorhead p Camilll c 1110 R.G.MIIIer p Richert p 3000 bHIckman cMoon 1000 Davlault p Ortega p 0000 eWoodllng (Her'chcr Totals 41 U 13 14 Totals a—Struck out for By The Associated Press j TD and set up n second after the yard for the second, setting it up i a 7-0 lead with a 41 yard pass to Johnny Unitas has found that Colts had been battled to a 3-3 with a 45-yard pass to Jimmy Orr. i Pete Retzlaff early in the game, Lenny Lylcs 45-yard run with an ] then retired as King Hill did most The Cleveland Browns and de- interception of Eddie LeBaroniof the work, including a 33-yard pass broke the tie in the third j scoring toss to Tommy McDonald, period before Unitas clinched it. ' Don (Blade) Burroughs' scored Mcjias rf Heist cf Umbricht p Campbell c Lillis ss-2b W'd'shick p McMahon p dP'dlet'n If 5112 4000 1010 1000 4011 4010 3000 2000 1110 0000 1000 0000 1000 0000 0000 34 4 J 3 o—Singled for O'Toole In 7th; b—Flied out for Post in 8th; c—Popped out for Klippstcln In Sth; d—Singled for McMahon in 9th; e—Ran for Temple In Vth. Houston 030100102—6 Cincinnati 000 001 200—4 E—Campbell, Cardenas. PO-A—Houston 27-10, Cincinnati 27-9. DP—Aspromonte and Larker; Kasko and Coloman; Coleman, Cardenas and Blasingame. LOB— Houston fi, Cincinnati 8. 2(3—Cnrdcnas, Edwardr,. HR — Campbell. SB—Pinson. S—Larker 0000 1000 0000 0000 0100 34574 . ._, i - --• •-• Wills In 7lh; b— obrhbl Filed out for R. G. Miller in 7th; c- Cardenas si 32101 Struck out for Richert In 9th; d—Hit Into Kasko Ob 5 C 1 0 | force out for Plgnatano in 9th; e— Walked for Davlaull In 9lh; f—Ran for Woodllnq In 9th. Los Angeles 101 307 013—1< New York 000000032—5 E—Neal, Pignntano, Kanehl 2, Anderson, W. Davis, T. Davis. PO-A—Los An- to a pair of National fending champion Green i!jy 3 o 7 o j Football League titles, and the j Packers are the only other teams 2 o o o | thought is enough to give the six; with perfect records. The Browns, i Quarterback Don Meredith rani the third Eagles TD on a 75-yard oooo O th e r Western Conference coaches i with newcomer Tom Wilson lead-' five yards for Dallas' only touch-! run with an intercepted pass. " """'' """" " f u—V— 'i i-J <-..„ ,...._.. .,_ Cardinals' quarterback Sam Etcheverry cranked up his of- a good case of pre-season heebie- i ing the way, upended San l-'rnn- jeebies. cisco (2-1) 34-27 at Portland, Ore., The Colts' quarterback, injury for their third straight win. while free this year, has led the Colts at Milwaukee the Packers won to three straight exhibition vie- their fourth exhibition game, and gelos 27-12, New York 27-20. DP—Wills, Gilliam and Fairly; Neal, Kanehl and Thronebcrry; Christopher, Mantilla and Kanehl. LOB—Los Angeles 6, New York 7. 2B—Ashburn, Wills, Neal. 3B—Howard. HR—Harkness, Christopher, W. Davis. Totals SB—Wills Neal. 3, Roseboro. S—Richert. SF— Richert Ortega Anderson (L, Moorhead R.G. Miller Daviault IP (W, 3-3) . 8 i 3-14) 51-3 2-3 1 2 R ER BB SO 3318 2230 11 3 4 4 1010 0011 4102 HBP— By Anderson (Roseboro). WP— Ortega. U— Boggcss, Landes, Stelner. T -3:22. A-26,816. SAN Woodeshlck McMahon (W, 4-4) Umbricht O'Toole Ktippsleln Wills (L, 0-2) .... Henry IP 61-3 1 2-3 1 7 . 1 2-3 1-3 ER BB SO 334 n i o 003 J 3 3 000 ? 1 0 0 0 1 HBP—By Woocic-ihlck (Cardenas); by Wilts (Heist). WP—Woodeshlck. PB— Campbell. U—Vcnzon, Pryor, Donalelll, Secory. T—2:28. A—25,508. (Firsf Game) PITTSBURGH ST.LOUIS ab r h bl Vlrdon cf 5112 Javier ?b Groat ss 4100 Smith cf Skinner If 4111 James I rf Burgess c 4000 Boyer 3b Clemente rf 4110 White Ib Stuart Ib 3032 Oliver c cClend'on Ib 0 0 0 0 Burda rf Hoak 3b 3000 bMuslal If FRANCISCO PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl ab r h bl Kuenn 3b-ll 4011 Taylor 2b 5000 Hlller 2b 3100 Klaus 3b F. Alou cf-rf 5111 Callison rf Cepeda Ib 4222 Covlngt'n If McCovey If 2001 Baldschun Bowman 3b 1000 Dcmeter cf cMays cf 0100 Torre Ib M. Alou r-lf 3000 D'rymple c 2221 Wine ss 3011 Mahaffey p 3000 aRoach 0000 Owens p 1 0 U 0 bSlevcrs If 31 7 7 7 Totals down. Wilson, acquired from the Rams and playing in place of the in-jfense and'helped nip the Vikings, despite a pair of TD tosses by lories, and he's done it every conceivable way. In the Colts 56-28 drubbing of the Philadelphia Eagles, he sparked them to a 42-7 halftime lead, then picked up the i the Davis, scored twice a third score as Lee Colts' attack that had mired in the mud at Washington and boosted it in Baltimore's 34-14 victory over the Redskins. It was reminiscent of the Colts title drives in 1958 and 1959. Last Saturday night, he put on one of his patented second half clutch performances as the Colts pulled away to a 24-10 victory over the Dallas Cowboys (0-3) at Norfolk, Va. He passed for one firmed Ernie and set up a third score as he third against NFL foes, 35-21 over '• racked up 109 yards in only eight recently the Chicago Bears (0-3>. The New York Giants won first in lhre< Brodie, who completed 23 of 33 passes for 2G2 yards, and one touchdown, and set up two more with his aerials. a Grosscup. Etcheverry, out an injured ankle, in Rams their starts, 31-24 o v e r (2-1) at Los Angeles, Philadelphia (2-1) beat Washington (0-3) 24-7 at Charlotte, N.C., and the St. Louis Cards (1-1-1) edged the Minnesota Vikings (0-30 24-21 at Minneapolis. In the American League exhibition Sunday at Oakland, Calif., play host to the Pittsburgh Stcel- ers. Unitas passed 11 yards to rookie fullback Bob Clemens for one second half score and sneaked a with an injured carries. But the Browns' ever- hit end Sonny Randle with strikes leaky pass defense was raw meat! of 17 and 34 yards and rookie for 49ers quarterback John, Bill Triplett ran back the second half kickoff for 91 yards and the other St. Louis score. Oakland's much - strengthened Green Bay's 1-2 punch of quar- passed Raiders fell before Jack Kemp's 23-yard pass to Dave Kocourek and terback Bart Starr, who passed and John Hadl's 11-yard run in 43 yards to Max McGee and 18 the fourth period after leading' to Lew Carpenter for scores and 20-17 through three periods. Don ; Heinrich's 24-yard pass to Tom i Daniels got the Raiders (1-3) final! Holler c Pagan ss Sanford p M'C'nilck p Bolin p Totals M'zcr'skl 2b Haddlx p Gibbon p Faco p Ollvo p 3010 Gotay ss 3110 dWhltfleld Totall a— Popped Singled for Stuart eld 0000 Maxvlll ss 1000 Washburn p 0000 Dullba p aSch'd'st Shantz p 34 5 8 5 Totals out for Dullba In 3rd; Burda In 6th; c—Ran ----In 8th; d— Lined ln 8th Into double play 5010 4120 3110 p 0 0 0 0 3221 4031 4001 4011 1000 1000 0000 2010 36411 4 a—Lined out for Mahafley In Sth; b— Singled for Owens In 7th; c—Walked for Bowman In 6th. Son Francisco 212 100 010—7 Philadelphia 010 003 000-^1 E—None. PO-A—San Francisco 27-12, Philadelphia i7-ll. DP—Pagan and Cepeda; Wine, Taylor and Torre. LOB— Son Francisco 5, Philadelphia 7. ? II i' n 2B "T p ° 9a ^ S ep , eda ' Kuefm/ Covlnaton - I opinions of doctors. 1 0 0 0 i Demcter. 3B—Callison. HR—Cepeda, F. ' , , 10121 Alou. SB-Pagan. S-Pagan. 3000! IP H R ER BB SO 1 0 0 0 ! Sonford (W, 18-6). 6 2-3 94422 0 0 0 0 i McCormlck .... 1-31 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I Bolin 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 • Mah'fey (L, 17-11)5 6 A « 3 2 1 0 0 0 | Owens 2 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 j Baldschun 2 11123 3261051 WP—Baldschun. PB—Dalrymple. U— b— Conlan, Burkharl, Walsh, Weyer T—2'43 (or " '' •" ab rh bl 4020 4010 4000 4330 4222 WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. <AP)Like the men who wrote television commercials, Little League officials pay a lot of attention to the .. S| Louli .................. 000 103 02X— 4 j fe-Groat, Burgess. PO-A — Pittsburgh •. i4-S, St. Louis 27-12. DP— Groat, Mazer- o->ki and Stuart 2; Clendenon, unassisted, j 1 OB— Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 5. i 2B-Clemente, Stuart 2, Oliver, White. I HR-V,rdon, Skinner^ White. Haddlx .......... 51-3 6 Gibbon .......... 2-31 Face (L.8-6) .... 11-33 Ollvo ............ 2-30 Washburn ' ....... 22-3 5 Dullba ........... 1-3 0 Shanti (W, 5-2) ...6 3 WP _ Haddlx. U — Crawford, Harvey parllck, Vargo. T-2:34. (Second game) PITTSBURGH ST. LOUIS R 4 0 2 0 4 0 1 Virdon tl Groat ss Skinner If Sluait Ib MrBean p Gibbon p I nmabe p Clmnt rl M zer'skl 2b Logan 3b 1 eppert c eGoss Nceinan r Eturdiv'l p Olivo P Face p Clcnd'on Ib Totals ab rh bl 4110 Javier 2b 5010 Burda rl 5222 dWhillield 5110 Dullba p 0000 (Schallcr 0000 White Ib 0000 Boyer 3b 4230 Musial If J 1 2 2 Sn.viilski c 3011 bOllvcr t. 4021 Smith rt 0000 Cotfiy ss 0 n 0 0 Mi-Darnel p 1011 Toll! p 1000 ciSrh'd'st 0000 Tcr'rcse p 0000 cj"ni(", if 367147 Totals ab r h bl 4110 3010 A-14,055. MILWAUKEE CHICAGO ob rh bi McMillan ss 4010 Hubbs 2b 4120 Santo 3b 1000 Landrum rl 2001 Altman Ib 3000 Williams If 1000 Brock cf 3010 Rodqers sj 4010 Bertell c 3111 4010 Ellsworth p 2 I 1 0 2000 1000 0000 1000 30 1 6 1 Totals 24 4 S 4 a—Struck out for Lemaslcr In 7lh; b— Grounded out for Mays in Sth; c—Hit into force play for Burdetlc in 9th. Milwaukee 000 100 ooo—1 Chicago 001 002 lOx—4 E—None. PO-A—Milwaukee 24-10. Chicago 27-14. DP—Ellsworth, Hubbs and Allman; Hubbs, Rodgcrs and Altman; Mathews, Boiling and T. Aaron. LOB— Johnson l-cf Mathews 3b H. Aaron rf Maye cf bCrandall Ib Torre c T. Aaron Ib Boiling 2b Lemaster p aUecker . Burdclte p cAspr'nte Totals 0000 1000 5121 4100 3122 2111 2000 4012 4000 1000 0000 1110 0000 1000 36 6 9 6 At headquarters and the site of the Little League World Series last week, it was recognized that there had been some criticism on two scores: boys can get hurt physically, and there is emphasis on winning. Since there are 1U million boys in the 9-12 age group playing Little League ball each year, officials of the organization mnke regular checks on both counts. In one check, a thousand doctors answered a questionaire on the effects of Little League play on their own sons. A total of 94 per cent said they though it was beneficial. The other six per cent did not. Eighty-three per cent said they felt that there were no abnormal phychological responses in their own sons, 11 said "sometimes," six per cent said there were. There was a 90-10 opinion that playing to win did not produce undesirable responses. . . . - - In all, GG per cent said playing man, Gorman, Jackowskl, Sudol. T—2:10. i i r t i rr i j iu • > A-16,151. had favorable affected their sons ob rhbl 3100 3000 2001 2011 3111 3010 3000 emotional adjustment, four per cent said it was unfavorable and 32 per cent said it had no affect. On the physical side, headquarters here has made impressive studies, both of injuries and of physical development. Of nearly one million boys studied, two per cent suffered injuries. Half were cuts and bruises. "This is exceptionally low, since there are some 150 million pitches thrown every year in Little League baseball," Dr. Hale said. fullback Jim Taylor, who scored two and rolled up 10J yards rushing in a come-for-bchind second half drive, are still the Packers' forte. The Bears, still unable to mount a consistent attack but strong on defense, held Taylor to i only eight yards in the first half. 1 The Giants, injury-riddled in the defensive secondary, nevertheless won on a 45-ynrd run with an in- i terception by defensive back Alan | Webb. The defending Eastern ! Conference champs also got two 1 Rood performances from quarterbacks Ralph Guglielmi and Y.A. Tittle. Goog passed 18 yards to ; Alex Webster and 13 to Del Sho' ncr for a quick 14-0 lead, which Zcke Bratkowski leveled with a pair of TD passes on his own. ; Tittle's passing in the second half sparked New York to a come: from-behjnd performance. San Diego struggled to beat Oakland Raiders 33-27. Tonight, in Detroit, the Lions Sonny Jurgensen, the Eagles quarterback got the Birds off to score, never tion. The Chargers, now 4-0 ! have lost an AFL exhibi- OR LOSE WESGHT * * * BUILD . . . • BIG ARMS WIDE SHOULDERS DEEP CHEST POWERFUL LEGS 1000 Milwaukee 8, Chicago 1. 23—Johnson, Torre, Altman, T. Aaron. HR—Dcrlell, Williams. SB—Altman. S— Hubbs, Santo, Landrum. SF—H. Aaron. IP H R ERBBSO l.cmastor (L, 1-2) A 33324 fiurdclte 2 2 1 ) 0 1 Ellsworth (W, 7-171 9 A 1 1 5 7 WP—Lemaster. PB — Bertell. U — For- o-Slnglcd lor Tolh in 5tli; b-Slrur.k cut tor Sawatskl In e>lh; c-Walked lor Frirnrcse In 7th; d—Grounded out for Burrta In 7th; o—Ran lor t.fpper in 8th; <- Fouled out for Duliba In 9tii. Pimburqh ?nn i^n r.no—7 51 Louis 210 010 020-6 r--Stuart, Musial. PO A — Piilsburuh ?7- W 'I I ouls ?7 10. D?- -r-'errcucse, Gotay cind While; Boyer anrl White. LOB— Pittsburgh 7. St. 1 ouis 7. 2B—M'uslol. Smith. HR-Skinner^ _Sa""MINORS'" AMERICAN LEAGUE l Won Loil I'd. Behind ; SUNDAY'S CAMtS PACIFIC COAST LPAGUE Portland 56, Still I oke C'ily 1 5 Sealllc 4, Spoktmc II Vancouver i 0, Tni.omu -t 4 Hawaii 6, San DKMIO J AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 63. Omcha 1 '.' I ouliville 3, Onllos FI. Worth 0 Denver 135, Oklahoma City 3-10 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 8, Toroulo I Buffalo 11-3, Syracuse 34 Columbus 2-1, Jacksonville 1-2 Atlanta 7-2, Richmond 6-1 EASTERN LEAGUE York 7, Wllliamsporl ? Biiujhamton 8, Ehnira 7 Sprincjlleld 8, Charleston 7 SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE Ashevitle 8, AunUr.fa 7 Greenville 3, Knoxville 2, 13 Innings Mucon 11, Charlollc 7 Savannah 7, PoiUtnouth 0 TEXAS LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Behind 5? .603 New York ..... M Loi Aivieles ... 73 Minno'jOlu .... 7( Crmano ....... AO I Ortioil ........ 6A • Baltimore ..... M ! Cleveland ..... <>3 ; Boston ........ 61 : Knns,;is C.ly ... 60 ' Wu'.l'inqlorr ... •!'' SATURDAY'S Bulliinnre 8-4, New 55 58 bit .557 .'<'.<> .519 .508 .508 .181 .1)6? .-:55 .37 J RESULTS York 63, day night ft-t 61 68 71 /? V- 3 3 8 *' i 9Vj 13 15V/ 16',j 'il los Ancjcies I Sun Francisco Cincinnati I Pittsburgh (SI. Louis Milwaukee Philadelphia Chicago ... Houston ... New York NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Last Pet. Behind 85 82 81 76 71 71 62 49 47 33 46 48 51 55 60 61 72 82 84 98 .649 .631 .614 9 14 14'/3 241,2 Cleveland 8, Boston 6 1 Minnesota 3, Kansas Cily 1 Dolroit 7, Washington 5 ."hl.-cvio V, I os Auricle. 2 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore 2, New York 1 | los Amides 4. Chicago 0 Minnooki I, Kansas City 0 I Cleveland 104, Boston 50 ! Detroit 5-2, Washlncilon 3-5 ! TODAY'S GAMES Baltimore (Fisher 6-5 or Hocft 3-6) at ! Washington (Cheney 4-8), night I Cleveland (McDowell 2-5) at New York I (Terry 1810), night. Delroil (Aoulrre 125) at Boston (Conley 12-11), night. Only games scheduled. El Paso Tulsa 6) Albuquerque ... t'< Austin <'i San Antonio ... 6't < Amarillo 53 YESTERDAY S A'buqucfCiue 10, Austin El Paso 15, Afnorlllo i 5an Antonio 3, Tulso 2 .577 .496 .477 405 10 16' 26 .542 .538 .463 .374 ,3S» -18 .752 52 SATURDAY'S RESULTS los Angeles 8, New York 2 Cincinnati 7, Houston 6 Milwaukee 10, Chicago I SI. Louis 3-0, Pittsburgh 2-4, day night San Francisco 6, Philadelphia 1 SUNDAY'S RESULTS los Angeles 16, New York 5 San Francisco 7, Philadelphia 4 Houston 2-6, Cincinnati 1-4 Chicago 4, Milwaukee 1 St. Louis 6-fi, Pltlsburoh 5-7 TODAY'S GAMES No games scheduled. TUESDAY'S SCHEDULE New York at Philadelphia. 2, Iwi-nigh! 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