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lUlOlfte SUlniAY BUILETIN AnnBt 9,1959 See. . P»Ke 2 (Complete through stmn of Pridky, Aug. 7i 'American League TRAM BATTINQ AB R H HR fCanSASCUy .. 3635 480 >67 «3 t lcveland 376< S2» 974 124 ew York 3697 473 951 115 Ctrolt 3707 SOJ 948 114 , BoKton 3665 SIS 933 100 Chlc«RO 3683 45S 932 6& WashfnRton ..3848 449 870 131 Baltimore ... 3708 405 875 84 TI<:AM FiKtomo Pet .366 .259 .287 National League TEAM BATTING AB R H St Louis 3831 477 1043 Cincinnati .... 3673 835 1003 Mllwaukca ....3831 480 958 •JM Plltsburirh . • 3847 484 •JMlLoj AniterM . 386S 497 152 S»n FranclKCO 3703 486 "I Chfeaao 3831 447 "9 Plilladalphia .3478 409 HR Bet 88 .273 997 948 948 889 847 118 130 80 104 114 102 79 .373 .383 .2Ht .369 .258 .345 .244 PO A Cleveland 3963 1168 New York Balttmors . Chtcaso ... Detroit Bo.ston Knnsn.s City WashlnRton 3884 1313 .3011 1387 . 2978 1234 . 2909 1080 . 3866 1168 3830 1151 3918 1259 Triple play — BnlUmorc. E 87 88 96 93 91 90 108 118 DP 116 109 122 101 93 109 100 96 Pel, .979 .979 .978 .978 .078 .978 .974 .973 New York ClcvTlnnd Detroit ChlcaKO Daltlmore Knns.Ctty 30,611 Boston 34,619 Wn-,lV(!ton 28.669 . TotHl.^ Major league touh 67,000 73.811 ,^2.904 46,550 47,778 TEAM riKLBINn PO A E 3950 1190 83 3838 1141 83 .3919 1164 93 .2870 1217 3836 1301 2987 1333 Loa Angtlea Cincinnati 8t. Loula . Chicago .., MtlwaukpR , PUldhurRh Sati FranrUco 2924 1 130 PlillArtelphla 2748 1059 99 108 108 103 DP 109 109 130 94 97 116 89 88 Pet. .981 .980 .978 .977 .977 .975 975 .974 ATTENDANCE Cap. Dnlea 1959 1951 40 1.063,369 113,851 48 1.009,562 503.638 51 896.920 930.3391 48 873.368 614.191 47 725,053 646.732 53 713.829 701,391 50 706,615 737.698 49 480,145 369,649 6.4(16,860 5 397,467 13.427.023 12,846,301 .303 INDIVIDUAL BATTING il50 or more at batsi AD II H HR Rbl Pet 237 44 97 12 54 371 65 128 8 44 339 50 109 13 62 444 66 142 2 52 352 60 112 IS 00 168 33 60 3 38 403 67 127 6 40 296 51 93 14 60 433 84 131 9 48 283 39 84 15 69 409 66 121 15 68 374 74 108 33 80 .62 97 11 63 41 93 4 35 43 91 16 46 69 106 32 98 33 56 4 18 20 43 5 35 60 104 6 35 38 51 2 66 119 17 89 131 27 31 91 3 30 62 55 105 31 62 38 76 62 102 31 72 .17 80 «fl 113 38 80 44 84 27 51 430 73 114 370 43 99 ATTRNDANrr. Cap Datea 1959 lo« Anneles 94,600 - - Mllwaukre 43.827 San Fran 33.000 I'lllsbiirRh 35,000 St. Lnula 30,500 Philadelphia 33.359 CJilcaRo 38,795 Cincinnati 30.328 Totald 19&8 55 1.439,908 1.538,857 53 1,314.424 1,430.5.53 57 1,019,639 953,043 47 983,714 BR0.717 46 634,372 793,381 41 662,111 639,160 47 859,877 696,358 50 55«,31« 617,876 Francona, Clev Kiienn. Del WootlUni; Ball Fox. Chi K.iliiie, Del 'W'H.'^nh. Del Runnels, Bo.i Maris. KC Pii »pr, Clev Skowron. NY . Mitio.^o, Clev .Jensen, Bos WiUlnms, KC Kvibek, NY , . Brrni. NY . Mantle. NY .. Smith, KC . . Cliltl. KC . . TultlP. KC PlUirclk. Unit MoU.one, Bos . A!lho;i. Wnsh Bridges. Del Wcrtz. Bos l.npez, KC-NY Kleniiin. Bull llownrii. NY I.emon, Wii.sh Rich'.irilum, NY Pliilli (is. Chi Colaviln. i:ipv Cetv. KC Slebern. NY C.elser. Bos Apnrncin, Chi l.ollar. Chi Throm-b'.v.WH.'.h 285 Cfiiicrl, liii.s 252 Martin. Clev 241 Klaus. Bait 200 Sitlekliinrt, Clev 331 Rovtl, Bull Tasby, Biilt lIou.se. KC l.aiidl.s. Chi 337 319 317 371 196 161 366 181 423 433 328 188 380 226 278 376 217 21)7 i22 •JM 316 191 31 35 37 20 45 30 McDouBttUl, NY Knrapnn. Cl-Wa Aspr'mle, Wa.sh 100 Held, Clev Yost, Pet Maxwell, Det . Boiling. Del .. While. Bos DeMae.strl. KC LumiM!. NY-KC Bertola, Wash Baxes, Clev Ktllebrew. Wnah 391 Keouch, Bos . . 202 308 410 244. 22 364 50 310 35 187 IS 24 300 55 370 83 365 57 290 29 222 19 304 25 391 34 273 30 103 22 77 30 Eh, RiiddVn, Bos . . 374 60 Bauer, NY ... 260 36 8ralth.Chl 310 46 PleraBU,Cl«v ...333 39 WllUams, Boa .220 28 Trlandoa, Bait .293 36 Hadley. KC . . 180 26 Daley, Boa 161 9 CavTMquGl, Bait 351 22 Oardner, Bait . 342 38 Samtord.Waah 218 20 Torgeaon, Cht .219 38 Slevera. Wash .278 42 Berberct. Del .. 252 30 Peariou, Wa-Ba 173 34 Harris, Det 53 104 02 93 78 47 40 •2 93 91 73 55 IS 73 07 40 95 49 BO 62 75 BS 3 52 R 68 23 42 7 73 07 33 36 63 34 49 67 14 29 83 52 44 33 41 50 37 31 24 20 41 24 41 25 43 31 IS 12 4S 40 70 35 25 39 19 27 20 85 21 40 3> Oiborne, Dot 37 57 77 49 49 02 50 38 48 34 32 10 35 20 33 na 27 11 24 33 19 37 34 30 6 27 IB 17 1 4 8 4 R 16 9 0 8 3 0 .39a .390 .389 .288 .288 .287 .286 .280 .286 .284 .282 .381 .279 .277 .277 .276 .274 .273 .27! .270 .309 .368 .268 .207 .287 .265 .303 .203 263 .261 .200 .257 .250 .254 .254 .253 .352 .351 .350 .349 .349 .249 .348 .348 .347 .247 .345 .245 .343 .343 .341 .338 .237 .330 .230 .333 .333 .330 .327 .335 .225 .334 .223 .222 .331 ,312 .306 .182 6.980,103 7,548J34 INDIVIDUAL BATTINO (150 or more at hatx AB It H HR Rbl pet 426 70 156 29 88 ,300 L. 336 43 113 4 43 161 35 55 6 39 ,.„ . - 427 73 138 5 60 White 81, L. . 385 58 123 8 68 snider, LA 260 43 82 16 80 Pln»on, CIn 448 88 141 It 88 60 133 21 74 «7 111 3 11 75 131 24 90 'Aaron, Mil. 409 cun'ham. St. .34«iPhlllcy, mil, •JJliTempfe. cin. :31B •316,. •Jillnilllam, LA Hoblnnon, Cln. Bank*, Chi nurgeti, Pitt, Mathewa. Mil. Boyer. 81. L. Adcoek, Mil. Mav>. BP . . Neal. LA ... Logan. Mil. . Moon. LA .. Bruton. Mil. 385 360 448 430 . 354 . 390 . 409 . .328 . 395 . .398 , 230 . .405 .439 . <31S , .302 335 81 130 31 101 236 38 165 22 Ixon, Clev .... 176 10 Qrand Rlam homers - Mlnoso. clevelimil. Iwo; Bkowron, New York; Trlandos ntid WoodllhB, Baltimore; Held and Colavilo, riRvcland. Cerv, Marie, Ward and Orliu, Kunsaa City; Allison, Throneberry and Lemon, Washington: Yoat, BrldKPd. Maxwell and Lcpclo. Detroit; Buddln. Bte phcns and Jensen. Bo.ston; Simpson und Bmtth, Cljleago, one each. PITCH INC. (One or more (leclslonsi IP II BB SO W L Bra Wllhelm. Bait 171 134 55 100 11 7 3.31 .Shanti, NY 62 68 29 ,53 6 3 l.own. Chi 69 46 28 38 8 2 P.iseual. Wa.sh 174 140 67 129 11 » Perry. Clev . 79 69 31 60 a 3 Hliaw. Chi ., 153 145 39 61 11 3 Walker, Bait .123 106 38 73 8 • " .157 130 .144 141 .174 161 .147 139 174 173 ..121 113 .150 147 .113 110 .188 181 .138 129 . 169 143 . 139 119 . 147 ISl 134 116 . 104 151 122 118 ..95 86 105 92 119 96 HodKes. LA 294 I.arker. LA . . 184 Bluarl. Put. .. 294 Prnese. Phil. . . 233 Hoak. put 407 Bouchec. Phil. 395 CImoll. 81. L. . 433 niaa'ame. SI. L, 453 Covington, Mil. 33o Bpeneer. SP 403 Skinner, Pill. . 373 H. Smith. St L. 361 T. Taylor Chi 421 Klrkland. 8P . 3.10 Bell. Cln. . 386 Clemente, Pill. .247 Ashburn. Phil 401 Lynch, Cln . 303 McMllUn. Cln. , 3JS nroal. Pill . 416 Alou, BP ,180 8. Taylor, Chi. 253 Materiwkl, put. 305 Muslal. 81. L. . 388 Jone.i, Cln. 354 Orann'aa, St. L, 243 Brandt, ap 337 Dtmnler, LA ..320 Walls, Chi 298 Bailey, Cln 353 Kasko, Cln. ... 170 Long, Chi 258 Dark, chl 340 Thomson, Chl. 284 Crandall. Mil 381 H. An'son. Phil 339 Pont, Phil 300 40 74 13 Koppe, Phil. 333 39 67 2 Torre. Mil 187 18 46 I Davenpufl. 8P .415 67 101 5 VIrdon, Pltl .414 44.100 5 lliisrboro. 1,A 203 38 63 5 Landrllh. HP 175 30 42 2 Palrly. LA . 188 22 45 3 Marshall, Chl. . 173 19 41 7 MeJIaK, Pltl. .. 337 34 66 6 Altman. Chl. 252 31 68 6 Thomas, Cln, 388 30 65 7 Moryn. Chl, ... 271 28 61 9 Schmidt. HP 151 14 33 5 O. An<ron. Phil. 307 25 87 0 Munlllla, Mil. . 155 19 30 3 ZImmer. LA 203 17 35 3 CIrand slam homers-Freese. Phlladnl- phla, three: Averlll, Chicago, two; Mathews, Milwaukee: Bklnnrr and Orual, Plll.sliiirKh; Hoyer rik I While, HI. I.oiil .i; Banks. Clilrano; .tones and IMrkev, Cincinnati. Wagner and Braiidt. San Prnii- clfcco, one each. 39 78 7 78 120 30 61 130 30 30 69 13 79 131 II 79 138 14 39 93 13 56 100 9 63 91 ft 43 86 19 17 48 5 47 IS It 43 87 15 43 117 i 50 103 13 6t 134 8 73 139 1 33 93 e 41 113 I 63 104 10 39 101 10 59 118 3 S3 81 17 40 106 14 43 68 3 61 110 1 41 83 14 38 63 • 53 111 5 39 48 I 28 60 8 43 103 5 28 70 10 38 66 10 26 03 2 45 84 9 40 82 17 35 76 5 31 64 9 43 I 65 13 87 1 71 9 90 13 84 11 38 73 60 46 70 6t 37 83 39 01 27 55 4(1 49 53 64 IB 38 49 41 39 23 47 75 34 18 48 24 41 36 29 44 30 35 19 39 «3 26 25 II 33 27 40 49 44 <t 10 35 30 30 24 33 17 37 33 19 35 36 18 22 11 35 .347 ,337 .333 .319 .319 .315 .314 .314 .310 .308 .300 ,304 .303 ,300 .319 .390 .395 .393 .293 .293 .393 .280 .388 .287 .367 .286 .285 .282 .281 .280 .380 .376 .276 .275 .375 .274 ,374 MH .367 .367 .282 .381 .281 .260 .259 .257 .266 .255 .363 .363 .252 .251 .250 .349 248 .247 .240 .246 .243 .343 .340 .240 .230 .237 .236 .230 .326 .326 .319 .318 .194 .172 DIZZY NOT DAZZLING — Dizzy Dean, who once went great Rvms on the mound for the St. Louis Cardinals Hnd Cliicago Cubs, apparently has lost a little of his stuff. Here he tossed one at ex-Yankee Red Rolfe, who AP Wlrephot^ grounded out in old timers game Saturday at New York. The catcher is Gaby Hartnett, one-time star back- .stop of the Cubs, and the umpire is AJ Schacht, clown prince of baseball Dean got credit for 2-1 loss. littler. Cooper Tied for First at Cleveland Yanks Blank As 3-0 Reef Sox Rally Tames Moaal. Det Daley. KC . I.ary. Del Fnrd, NY McLlah, Clev Deloek, Bos . Brewer, Bos BroA-n, Bait Picice, Chl numar, NY Wvnn, Chl ODell. Bait Cliirver, KC Pnppns, Bait Bell, Clev 36 78 10 40 79 12 35 111 14 64 91 11 50 82 13 60 53 8 55 81 8 33 53 8 56 99 12 11 38 60 7 7 80 133 14 7 49 57 6 9 31 46 8 10 76 11 5 99 13 49 7 56 « 64 5 61 7 43 6 69 8 on 6 78 10 53 10 53 74 42 48 47 04 30 06 41 51 43 Donoviui, Chl Larsen. NY . Latmau, Cht tjranl, Clev Kucks, NY-KC 105 111 Cusile, Bos .124 103 Sullivan, n <M 116 118 Herbert. KC .153 145 Maas, NY ... 90 98 Score, Clev ...111 111 102 137 9 Fischer, Wa»J» 144 160 33 51 B Ramos. Wash 161 188 Terry, KC-NY 121 132 Banning, Det 171 liH Coleman, KC 71 68 Turley, NY ...112 101 Grim, KC .90 96 Kem'er.Waah isa IM Foytack, Dei 163 161 Orlgg.s, Waah 7» 81 Narleskl, Det 73 73 Har^hman, Clev 74 89 One-hit games—VVynn and Pierce, Chicago; Wllholin, Baltimore; Turley, New York: Pa.vcual, Washington (Jive Innings). 9 5 6 4 4 0 7 7 a 5 B I 41 66 10 14 41 07 3 I 62 124 B 10 31 47 3 8 76 7 9 44 6 7 71 t 13 70 10 10 30 a 8 54 4 11 39 3 9 3.52 2 74 2.84 2 85 2 90 2 93 2 98 3.00 3.05 3.00 3.10 3.30 3.34 3.37 3.45 3.46 3.51 3.60 3.01 363 3 73 3 70 3 79 3 86 3 93 4.03 4.00 4.11 4.12 4.13 04 PITCIIINO I Nina or more decisional IP II DIj SO W L Fare. pill. 09 50 16 52 14 n ""I". Mil. 117 l (l5 M 59 6 ? Ilenr.v. Chl. 88 09 18 73 6 6 Bpahn, Mil. 204 193 Conle.y, Phi). 158 I3« Drysdale, LA Miller, BF Hanford, HP 140 120 S, Jones, HP 193 164 Ncwhe. Cln. 151 143 Elston. Chl. 58 48 Iladdix. Pitt, 1B4 111 Law. PKt. 182 170 MrD'el, 8t. t. 107 113 Illiran, Chl. 138 129 McC'ck, 8P 152 138 Andernn. Cht. 165 151 Lablne. LA ij ^i j3 ^7 Jaekson, Kl. L 183 200 43 102 Hobble, Chl. 149 130 Owens, I'hil 144 142 Cardwell, Phil 80 73 Dra'sky, Chl, 104 88 Ml7.ell, St L, 163 198 Podres, LA 137 133 Burdette, Mil 204 221 McDevltt. LA 112 114 Williams, LA 105 88 Jay, Mil, SB 91 Brosnan, Cln, 70 79 Roberts, Phil, 180 167 Kline, Pltl. H3 145 Utwnre, Cln. 118 134 Nuxhall, Cln. 109 1.78 Prlend. Pitt. J63 179 Buahardt, Chl. 90 8« 34 Wllley, Mil. 80 84 M Purkey. Cln iga 105 BroRlU), St L. 12R 124 fle'proch, Plill 90 89 Pena, Cln 84 OO Daniels, Pitt. 87 7| 55 104 15 10 33 87 10 7 199 105 60 183 14 6 131 123 41 80 4 0 45 HI 10 9 88 ISO IS 10 30 68 10 5 30 57 B 4 31 123 8 9 43 70 13 7 33 71 10 10 29 65 5 9 58 100 10 B 55 75 7 8 5 8 9 10 86 90 11 9 59 96 7 B 40 66 5 7 53 54 5 8 71 97 11 7 60 91 9 7 26 59 15 II 37 77 B 8 69 73 4 5 44 S3 4 g 33 47 5 5 36 83 10 10 58 75 7 11 40 29 4t 5.24 8.67 6.57 32 60 50 25 35 20 10 «4 4 14 61 10 11 38 1 a Era 1 vn 2.40 2.66 3.S7 2 74 2.79 2.89 2.HO 2.96 3.05 3 10 3 10 3.13 3 36 3.38 3.30 3.43 3 54 3.58 3 68 3.02 3.09 3.87 3.89 3.98 4.07 4.10 4.10 4 20 4.35 4.30 4.38 4 20 4,40 4.411 4,47 4.50 4,50 4.56 4.71 4,90 5.36 S.7H 6 69 No-hlt games — Haddlx, PItlsburKh (perfect game for 12 Innings, one hit In 131: McCormIck, San Francisco (five Innings! One-hit games—Hobble and Buihardl, ChlcHKo: 8, Jones and Sanlord. San Francisco. Again, Tigers NEW YORK — (/P) — A Yank(?e Stadium crowd of 52,888 cash customers saw the New York Yankees shut out Kansas City's Athletics .3-0 Saturday behind the four-hit pitching of Bob Turley. The hu};e turnout, attracted mainly by the pre-game Old Timers Contest between former Yankee world scries stars and National Leaguers who opposed them, saw Turley look like his old self us he struck out 10 batters. The stron[.',-armed rij^ht-hand- er, start in); for the first time since he was injured in a collision on July II in Boston, walked only three and was never in trouble as he registered Ills eighth triumph of the season. He has lost nine. Bcrra Big Gun Yogi Born), Turley's battery- male, was the big gun in the Yankees' nine - hit a 11 h c k against former teammates Johnny Kucks and Tom Sturdivant. The squat catcher smashed two doubles, driving in a run each time. Mickey Mantle, who had a perfect day at the plate with a double and two singles, drove in the other run with a sacrifice fly. The loss was charged to Kucks. who gave up all the runs and all but one of the hits. Sturdivant pitched the eighth and allowed one hit. Turley permitted two runners on base in only one inning ns he fanned Roger Maris, who has only one hit in his last 34 times at bat, three times. Russ Snyder got two of the A's hits, with Chiti and Wayne Terwil- Turley in Form Tultle.cf Snyder,If Williams,3b Miirls,rr Lliini)e,ss Hadley,lb Chltl,e rerwl'ker,2b Kucks,p a-Ward 9lurdlvnnt,p 0 Totals a-Popped out for Kucks In 8th. Kansas City ..000 000 OOO- 0 New York . . 001 000 JOx -3 K Chill PO-A ICiinsiis I24-5|, New York (27-9). LOH—Kan.sas City 6, New York 9. RBl -Miinlle, Berra 2. 2B -Chill. Howard, Miiiille, Betrii 2 8- Kucks 8P-- Mantle. Kucks (L, B-7) 7 8 3 1 1 1 Sturdivant .1 l 0 0 o 1 Turley iW, H-9| 9 4 0 0 3 10 linf> By Kucks iTurlev) D Ruiige. Piiliuiella, Hurley. Bu-wiirl. T- 3.17 A- 53.888. r—( INew York— 1 AB n IV AB R H 2 0 0 Rlchard'n,3b 4 0 I 4 0 2jKubrk.3b 4 1 0 4 0 0IMantle,cl 3 1 3 4 0 fllBerra.c 4 0 2 4 0 0 Howard lb 4 0 1 4 0 fl'Slebi.rn.ll 4 0 1 2 0 l(HaiiPr,r/ 4 0 0 3 0 iKtcDoiiKnld.ss 3 0 1 I 0 Oirnrlcy.p 3 1 0 1 (1 <l| 0 0 o] Totiils 33 3 B 39 0 41 Geiger Counter liger getting the others. This was the fourth straight shutout' at Yankee Stadium. Bobby Shantz blanked Detroit Wednesday, the Tigers' Paul Foytack shut out the Yankees Thursday and Whitey Ford and Ryne Duren collaborated to whitewash the A's last night. DRTROrr—3 A Yo«t,3b MaxwelMf Kuenn.rf Kallne.cf Wllaon.c hernial,lb h-08born,lb 1 Bolllng,2b Vcal.ss l.ary,p Hurnalde.p Totals 38 Roilon—t R H AB R H 1 1 areen,3b 5 0 1 0 2 Run'ela.lb.ai 5 0 1 1 3 rielger,cf 5 1 3 0 3 Stephens,l( 3 0 1 0 0 Jensen,rf 4 0 0 0 1 MaU<tne,3b 4 0 1 0 0 Buddln.sa 0 0 0 1 3 a-Wllllami 1 0 0 0 0 Mahoney.si 0 0 0 0 0 c-WertE.lb 3 1 1 0 0 White.c 3 1 2 Schroll.p J 0 0 d-Keough 1 0 0 Chlttum.n 0 0 0 e-acrnert I 0 1 f-Husby 0 1 0 Dclock.p 0 0 0 3 iT Totals 35 4 io a-Orounded out for Buddln In 4th; b- Rnn lor Zernlal In 7lh; c-8lruck out lor Muhonev ,ii 7th; 0-Flleri out for Schroll in 7th; c-Doublcd for Chlttum In 8lh; f-Ran for Gernerl In 9th. Detriill Boiitoii 000 200 100 0—3 I 000 000 003 1—4 E-None PO-A-Detrolt 27-11, Boston 30-10, (None out In 10th when winning run scored I, DP—Veal. Boiling and Zer­ nlal; Uuddln and Runnels. LOB—Detroit 10. Boston 8. RBI—Yost. Maxwell, Boiling, Orcen 2, Oelger, Uernert. 2B Runnol.s. Maxwell. Boiling, Ocrnert, HR—Oelger. SB— Schroll, Orccn. 8—Veal, Maxwell. IP H R KRBB80 Lary fift B 3 3 2 4 nurii.slde (L, 0-11 . 'j 1 1 1 0 0 Schroll .7 B 3 3 7 B Chlttum 2 3 0 0 1 2 Deluck iW, 0-6) 1 0 0 0 I HBP—By Lary (Slcphena, Whltei. WP -Schroll 2, U -McKlnlcv. Soar, Chylak Summers, T—3:12. A—13,910. Nostalgia Grips Yankee Stadium as Old Timers Stage Annual Tilt Cardinals in Twin Win; Musiol, Boyer Heroes ST. LOUIS — m — The St. Louis Cardinals blended the pitching of rookies Bob Miller and Bob GibsQn with the big bats of Stan Musial and Ken Boyer Saturday and swept a double header from Philadelphia, 4-3 and 5-4. Boyer slammed a game-win- Two Close Ones ar.COND QAME Philadelphia—4 AB R H Koppe.ss 5 0 2 Ashburn,cf 3 H.And'son.lf 5 - NEW YORK —iJP)— A nostalgic turning of the pages of 'baseball history unfolded at Yankee Stadium's 17th annual . Old Timers Day Saturday. Sixty-four former World Series "greats, Including 11 Hall of Famers, appeared as Zach "Wheat, newest member to be enshrined at Cooperstown, was 'honored. ' The invited guests were play- ^ers who had represented the ^ 'New York Yankees in each of ttheir 24 World Series and men iwho had opposed them in the :fall classic. ' The greatest ovations from ;the crowd of 60,000 were given »to Roy Campanella, paralyzed " ex-Dodger catcher, and Joe Di- V maggio, the great Yankee clip 'per. Campy was brought out ^ in his wheel chair after all the other players: had been intro- 'duced. The Yankees, in the old time motif, won the two inning .game 2-1 with Dimaggio driv- »Jng in the winning run. , The Nationals scored their • run in the opening inning. »Waite Hoyt walked Dave Ban- .,crQft ,,Wllcey Moore came in and a passed ball by catcher Benny Bengough put Banny on second. Eddie Stanky drove a double to right for the run. The Yankee oldsters jumped on Dizzy Dean for two runs in their first inning. George Selkirk doubled to center and scored on a two-bagger to left- center by Charley Keller. The latter advanced on a ground out by Red Rolfe and then Di- mag whaled into a pitch and drove it 350-feet into center. Memories National*—1 Waner.lf Bancroft,!! Marlon,ss o Stanky,2b 1 Harlnett.f 1 Owen.c 0 Roblnaon,3b 1 Bartell ,3l> o CrBft,cf Moore,cf arlmm,lb Medwlck.lb Irvln,rf Oean.p Brancft.p Kon!tanty,p Blaolcp S'umacher.p 0 Graklne.p o Maglle.p 0 AB R H I 0 0 lYankcca—2 ,Wltt,rf Selklrk.rt RUtuto,BS Combi.cf Keller.lf a-Lop»t Baker,3b Rolfe.Sb OlmagKlo.cf PIpp.lb Haasett.lb Bengough,0 pickcy,c Parrell,3b Colem«n,ab Mlie Croiettl.ii Collini,lb Shawkey.p Hoyt.p Uoore,p Oomei .p RUMO.b ,Reynolds, p '8he*,p aaln.p 0.Byrne d-Connori AB R H 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 1 Totala *7 ~ ~l\ Total! " B 1 ~4 a-Fouled out for Keller tn 2d: b- Forced runner for Coleman In 2d; Announced as battor (or Sain In 2d; d -eingl «d (or Byrne In ad. National* l <^-l YaakBM a 0 -a Harry Craft, Kansas City manager, went back for a classy one-hand catch, reminiscent of the way he played center for the 1939 Cincinnati Reds, Posl.rf Frecse,3b Bouchee,lb a.An'8on ,2b t.onnett.c b-Phllley c-tlomcr Thonias,c Phillips,p a-llunebrlnk 1 Robinson,p 0 d-Drake 0 Farrcll,p 0 Hemus Stays as Manager ST. LOUIS —ypt— The St. Louis Cardinals Saturday rehired freshman manager Solly Hemus for the 196Q season today, thus giving him another year to try to restore the Redbirds to prominence. Hemus' new, one-year contract is believed to call for salary of $30,000, about the same as he is receiving now. BIng Devine, general manager of the Cardinals, complimented the 35-year-old Hemus on "a job well done" during his first year. DOUBLES DELAYED PHILADELPHIA —{/?)— The Italy-Australia doubles match in the Davis Cup interzone semifinals was postponed until 1 p.m. Sunday because of rain. Totals Ml. Louis—6 AB R H Blas'game,3b 5 I 1 Orammas.aa 5 0 1 White, lb 5 3 1 Boyer,3b 4 0 a CImoU.rf 4 0 1 Plood,cf 4 0 0 Ollvcr.lf 4 0 0 Porter.c 3 1 2 c-Muslal 1 0 0 Smilh.c 0 0 0 Olbson,!) 3 1 1 f-Cunn'ham 1 0 0 McUanlel,p 0 0 0 30 4 6' Total! - 3B 5 » B-Qrounded out for Phillip* In 5th; b-Doubled lor 1-onncU In Blh; c-Han (or PhlUey In «th; d-Walked for Koblnaon In Blh; e-Pupped nut (or Porter In Bth; 1-Plled out for Olbson In 10th, Philadelphia 000 004 OOO 00—4 St. Louis 003 100 000 01—5 E—Phillips, H. Anderson, Thomas, Orammas. PO-A — Philadelphia 30-17 I none out when winning run scored I, St. Louis 33-18. OP—Urainmas. Blaslngame and White; Blaslngame. arammas and White. LOB—Philadelphia 7, St. Loula 5. RBI—H. Anderson 3, Phllley 3. Blasln­ game. Grammas, Boyer 2, Portor. 2B— Koppe, Phllley. Olbson. White, Boyer. 3H -Post. HR Porter, H, Anderson, SB -CImoll 3, While. IP Phllllpa 4 Robinson 4 x-Parrell (L, t-3| . 3 Olbson . , 10 M'Dn'lel IW, lJ-10) 1 . x-Faced 3 batters In lUh. U- 2:35. H « 1 3 6 0 ER BB 80 4 0 0 1 1 0 a » 0 0 ning double in the 11th inning of the nightcap to score Bill White, who had doubled to lead off the inning. Relief ace Lindy McDaniel, now 11-10, was the winner although Gibson did an outstanding job the first 10 innings, giving the Phillies six •lits and two earned runs. The 38-year-old Musial, hit ting as of old, slammed his third homer in five days, a two-run drive which tied the score, then scored the winning run in the opener. Miller, a 20-year-old bonus player recently called up from Rochester, made his major league debut in his home town a success with an eight-hitter. Miller also drove in Musial with the winning run by beating out a bunt in the seventh. Musial, who had singled, was on third. Roberts Loser Veteran Robin Roberts was the loser, taking his 11th de feat against^K) victories. The Phillies scored all their runs in the first four innings. Roberts, Wally Post and George Anderson drove them in. U—Sfcory, iMxon, Bmlth," Dascoll. T— A— ll,2B6, rhiladelphia—» AH R H FIKST GAME Kqupe,!! e-Bowman Ashburn,cf Phllley.rf Post.l/ PreeBe,3b Bouchee.lb a.An'Bon,3b b-Han'brlnk Sawatskl.c Robert! c-H.And'son 1 d -Orake Ht. Loula—4 Blas'game .ab Clmoll.c(,r( Whlte,l (,lb Boyer ,3b Cunn'ham.rf Oramma!,!! Muslal, lb Ollv«r,l( Shannon,SI a-Plood,o( 'Snil(h,c Mlller,p Totals 33 3 a AB R H BOSTON —(JPi~ Gary Geig er slammed a 400 foot home run as Boston's leadoff man In the 10th inning Saturday to cap a 4-3 uphill triumph over the Detroit Tigers. Geiger picked on refiefer Pete Burnside's 3-2 delivery and lofted it into the Red Sox bullpen in right center. Detroit righthander Frank Lary had been within one out of becoming the American League's first 15-game winner on a six-hit shutout when he gave way. Two -Out Rally Pumpsie Green, Sox Negro second baseman who earlier in the season was the center of a a racial controversy, delivered a last-ditch, two-run single through the right side to knot the score 3-3 in the bottom of the ninth. With two out, Vic Wertz singled to left, Sammy White was hit by a pitch and pinch- hitter Dick Gemert broke Lary's shutout bid by smacking a double off the left field wall. Green's single followed. Earlier it had appeared that cheap infield hits would prove the undoing of starter Al Schroll, the muscular Red Sox rookie hurler who has only one lung. Eddie Yost, who reached base his first four trips, scored Frank Boiling from third with two out in the fourth inning. He hit a qrounder back to the mound which Schroll knocked down but the ball hopped away from him for a single, Charlie Maxwell then doubled to center and it was 2-0. CLEVELAND —(JPi— Gene Littler and Paul Harney, each with a big incentive, fired one- under par 70's Saturday for 54-hole totals of 205 to tie for the lead In the $25,000 Cleveland Open golf tourna-. ment. Littler, the 1953 national amateur champion, and Harney, the 1957 victor in this event, stormed out of a second place deadlock at the halfway mark to take a two-stroke edge going into today's payoff round. Pete Cooper, of Lakeland, Fla., leader in each of the previous two rounds with a pair of 67's. skidded to a 73 Saturday for a 207, which put him in a runnerup deadlock with Doug Sanders, of Miami Beach, Fla., big Mike Souchek, of Grossinger, N. Y., and Dick Knight, of San Diego, Calif. If the 30-year-old Harney, from Worcester, Mass., is victorious he will pick up a $5,000 bonus in addition to the $3,500 first prize. Should Littler triumph, the Singing Hills, Calif., pro would become the first to win five tournaments on a season tour since Gary Middlecoff did it in 1955. Extra Putt Hurts The 44-year-old Cooper, who had 18 one-putt greens in his first two rounds, finally had to use three putts on the 608- yard 17th, his first of the tournament. The extra tap cost him sole occupancy of the runner- up spot. Knight scored a 67, his third straight sub-par round to get into the 207 bracket, while Sanders had a 71 and Souchak a 72. Dow Finsterwald, of Tequesta, Fla., last year's PGA champion, fired Saturday's best round—a 66. It gave him a total of 208. Masters' champion Art Wall Jr., of Pocono Manor, Pa., the year's big money winner, had a 69 for a 208 total, and Jim Ferrier also was in that bracket after a 70 today. Field Is Cut Cleveland Scores Paul Harney, 72-63-70-305 Gene Littler, 71-64-70—206 Pete Cooper, 67-67-73—207 Douf Banders, 70-8«-71—207 Mike SouchaU. 70-88-72—JOT Dick Knight, 70-70-67—307 Dow Finsterwald, 74-68-66—20« Jim Perrler, 67-71-70-20B Art Wall, Jr., 70-6B-eB-308 Bob aoalby. 70-68-71—200 Oardner Dickson Jr.. 70-68-70—208 Bert Weaver. 68-69-78—210 Bob Rosburg, 72-6B-70-211 Doug Ford, 68-71-72—211 Dick Mayer. 73-69-6B—211 Don Whill. 6B-70-73—212 Jay Hebtrl, 74-66-72—212 Jack Fleck. 70-70-73—213 Walker Inman Jr., 72-70-71—213 Don Falrdeld, 72-71-70—213 Huston Laclalr, 71-74-88—213 Mtt.son Rudolph, 08-73.73—314 Joe Campbell, 73-69-72-214 Dill Collins, 72-71-71-214 Relief Waltman, 71-72-71—214 Tommy Bolt, 71-68-75-215 John McMullIn, 72-71-72—216 Jerry Maoce. 70-68-71—218 Ted KrolT, 71-73-71—215 Charles Slfford, 76-08-70—215 UPorge Bayer. 75-71-69—215 Rocket * * ii> Not Through Yet MONTREAL— W)—Maurice (Rocket) Richard, the all-time high scorer of the National Hockey League, has put all thoughts of retiring on ice. He now plans to start his 18th season with the champion Montreal Canadiens in October. "Sure, I've given a lot of thought to retiring," said Richard, who celebrated his 38th birthday earlier this week. "But not as long as I feel okay and as long as I can keep up with the other guys. Right now I feel fine and that injury of last season doesn't bother me. You can be sure I'm going to try hard when training camp opens next month." Serious injuries have beset the colorful Rocket, who has scored 525 goals in regular season competition and 81 in Stanley Cup games. Two years ago, it was an almost-severed Achilles tendon and last season it was an ankle fracture. "Before the last couple of seasons I said that I'd like to get at least 20 goals," Richard recollected. "But that's not enough. The target for next season is 25 to 30." 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