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THE EVENING STAR Washington, D. C. THURSDAY. JULY 1, 1964 Youth Gets Its Chance To Bump Old Pros as Motor City Golf Opens >y the Associated Pros* DETROIT, July I.—The Motor City Open—a $17,500 plum tees off today, with golf’s “youth brigade" given a good chance of bumping the old pros. With Ben Hogan, 42, and Lloyd Mangrum, 39, two former cham pions, passing up the competi tion, the so-called youngsters— headed by Gene Littler of Palm Springs, Calif.—could dominate the four-day 72-hole event at the Meadowbrook Country Club. The 23-year-old Littler is considered a good bet to win the tournament. But the new pro is not eligible for any PGA prize money. Although he shot a 3-over-par 74 in yesterday’s warmup, Littler is highly regarded because of his brilliant showing two weeks ago in the National Open at Baltusrol, where he finished 1 stroke behind Champion Ed Purgol. Mayer, Mayfield Rated Highly. Also rated high among the “youngsters” are 29-year-old Dick Mayer, third in the Open, and 29-year-old Shelly Mayfield, sixth in the Open. They’ll be battling for the title last won by Cary Middle coff, the Memphis (Tenn.) den tist in 1952. Middlecoff, who hasn’t won a tournament all year, is co-favorite with Tommy Bolt of Houston, Tex. Bolt is fresh from a playoff victory in the Insurance City Open at Wethersfield, Conn. He shot a record-tying 60 in that event and says “I’m hitting well, putting well and doing just about everything well.”. He shot a warmup 67 over the par 35-36 71, 6,701-yard Meadowbrook lay out. Fleming Has 65 in Drill. Middlecoff, who termed the greens extremely fast, won the title in a playoff with Ted Kroll in 1952 and shared it with Man grum in 1949. Mangrum won it outright in 1950 and Hogan in 1948, the year the tournament started. The Motor City wasn’t held in 1951 and 1953 because De-' troit hosted, respectively, the National Open and National PGA in those years. Pete Fleming, 35-year-old pro from Hot Springs, Ark., carded the best score in yesterday’s tuneup—a 6 under par 65. Bolt a 67 and Middlecoff a 68. Boys' Baseball ? WALTER JOHNSON LEAGUE. (Majors.) Lincoln, 13; Oarfleld Pharmacy. IS. Hoover, 13; Capital Hill Lions’ Club, 4. Jefferson,,!); Hlne. 0. Virginia Avenue. 10; Oarfleld. 7. Pepsi Cola, IS; Fraternal Order ot Ragles. 8. D. C. Novelty, 8; Silver Spring Auto City, 3. Wheelers, 10; Binsteds Esso. S. (Minors.) Blair’s T V., 0; Chevy Chase Citizens’ Association. 0. Kinner & Membert. 13; Mehalic Amoco, 3. Mandell Chevrolet, 0; E. O. Shaffer. 3. Mason Motors. 13; Decker Distribu tor. 4. Washington Highlands Citizens' As sociation. 0; Food Town. 3. Anacostia. 3; Naylor’s T. V., 4. Barry Farms, 15; Fort Stanton, 6. American Trucking Association. 8; Langston, 3. No-Hitter Wins CYO Title Sonny lacangelo struck out nine batters yesterday in pitch ing a no-hitter as Nativity de feated St. Francis Xavier, 3-2, for the Junior CYO boys’ base ball league title. Both of St. Francis’ runs came on errors. Jack Myers drove in two runs for the winners, including the de ciding run in the fifth inning. AUTO SEAT COVER I gfeSALE wmmA rnrr Min> Installation PLASTIC FIBER 1 9.95 CUSTOM MADE—REB. $19.95 -1 Installed ROYALSON WOVEN 1 0.95 PLASTIC-REG. 524.95 -O Installed I WOVEN SARAN PLASTIC 1 10*^ SEALTUFT CAPS-REG. $29.98 ltf In tailed GOLD THREAD LIFETIME 0/1.50 WOVEN PLASTIC—REG. $42.50 In tailed SARAN WOVEN LUMITE PLASTIC 9Q.50~ QUILTED TRIM—REB. $54.00 Installed COMPLETE AUTO UPHOLSTERY SHOP Cloar Plastic Scaf Covers I Truck Cushions Recovered Deer Panels Covered I Head Linings Front & Rear Floor Mats I Beat Cushions Covered CONVERTIBLE TOPS HARTZ r„. S 4s'°° 3-Ply Material TSL 2-HOUR INSTALLATION W> Feature M U. S. Nauguhyde" leatherette SILVER SPRING TIRE CORP. ■SS’LSf 8000 GEORGIA AVENUE 4s Advertised in EAt East-West Highway and the big I/. S. Royal Tire Sign HOURS S to taAILT INCL. SATURDAY Charleston Pitchers Keep Alternating Till Team Wins in Uth By lha Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS, July 1— In a baseball rarity, Russ Grimsley and Tommy Hurd, pitchers for Charleston in the American Association, sook turns pitching and play ing rffehtfleld against Minne apolis last night. Grimsley came into the game in the seventh. In the ninth he went to right and Hurd took the mound. They kept switching places until Charleston finally won in the • 11th inning, 5-4. Grimsley, a southpaw, pitched only to lefthanded batters. Hurd, a righthander, faced only righthanded hit ters. Baseball (Continued From Page C-l.) 20-0; Tigers, 11-20; Senators, 12-17; A’s, 14-14; Orioles, 13-18; Red Sox, 12-21. National League—Giants, 24-4; Dodgers, 21-8; Phillies, 15-11; Braves, 11-18; Reds, 13-5; Cards, 10-5; Cubs. 4-21; Pirates, 9-15. On the final day of the month, the Giants whipped Brooklyn, 5- Philadelphia defeated Pitts burgh, 8-0, St. Louis crushed Cincinnati, 11-3, and Chicago broke an 11-game losing streak with a 9-7 decision over Mil waukee. Cleveland shaded Baltimore, 2-0, Chicago bowed to Detroit, 4-3, Boston tripped the Yankees, 6- and Philadelphia edged Washington, 8-7, in the Ameri can League. Johnny Antonelli won his 11th game and became the second lefthander to beat the Dodgers this season as the Giants made it two straight over their bitter rivals. New York broke up a 2-1 thriller with three runs in the eighth on four walks and a single by Whitey Lockman. Robin Roberts applied his whitewash brush to the Pirates for the the third straight time, hurling a six-hitter and walking none. Pittsburgh has been blanked 15 times, six by Philadelphia hurlers. It was Roberts’ 11th victory. He had won 12 by this date a year ago. Nothing comes easy to the Cubs these days. After losing 11 straight, they built up a 9-2 lead over Milwaukee in eight innings only to/have the Braves rally for five in the last of the ninth. Rookies sparkled for the Car dinals. Joe Cunningham, play ing his first major league game, drove in five runs at Cincinnati with a home run and a single. Brooks Lawrence, making his second start, won his second game. He’s lost once in relief. Rip Repulski homered twice for St. Louis. Mike Garcia handcuffed Balti more on four singles and Larry Doby gave him the only run he really needed with a 40<hfoot homer, longest hit so far in Baltimore’s Municipal Stadium. Dick Kryhoski- of the Orioles went hitless for the first time in 20 games. A ninth-inning homer off | Morrie Martin by Bill Tuttle sent the White Sox down to de feat. The Sox had rallied for two runs to tie the score in the eighth on a walk, a double by Chico Carrasquel and a single by George Kell. The Yankees ran into Willard Nixon again in Boston and the right-hander whipped them for the third time this season. Tom Morgan of the Yankees hit three Boston batters in the third inning, tying a major league record. Touchdown Club so Hear Senator Welker Tuesday Senator Herman Welker, Re publican, of Idaho and Harmon Killebrew, his baseball “find,” will be among the guests as the Touchdown Club pays tribute to the Washington Baseball Club at a luncheon at 12:30 pm. Tuesday. Senator Welker, who recom mended Killebrew to the Wash ington club, will be the main speaker. Killebrew, Washington’s first bonus player, will be seated with other members of the team, including Jim Busby, Eddie Yost and Johnny Pesky. Clark Griffith, president of the club; Calvin Griffith, vice pres ident and general manager, and Manager Bucky Harris also will be honored. Seeking 17-ond-Under Foes The Bethesda-Chevy Chase Lions Club baseball team would like to schedule games with teams in the 17-and-under class. Interested parties are asked to call Dan Webster at Woodley 6-5112. Senators' Records AB. , IL T H IN 2b!3b.HR. Rbl. Fct. OldiS „ 17 17 1 0 0 0 .413 Busby _ 383 43 93 11 5 0 44 .318 Vernon . 370 47 84 19 913 ’49 .304 FltzO’ald 139 8 38 7 O 0 15 .373 RunneU- 232 34 62 711 2 28 .267 Pe*k» 74 14 19 2 O 1 5 .257 Wright 99 10 25 3 3 1 13 .253 Umphlett 147 9 30 4 2 0 12 .245 Vollmer- 63 4 15 1 0 2 10 .238 Vost 255 53 58 10 0 8 21 .227 Siever*--4J41 38 54 9 811 46 .224 Tipton ... 87 8 19 3 11 5 .218 r’wUlicer 192 35 37 4 1 3 17 .193 McD’rmott 49 2 9 3 0 0.2 .184 Stone 22 3 4 11 0 4 .182 Schmitz 18 1 3 0 0 0 0 .167 Stobbs 19 0 3 10 0 1 .158 PorterfA- 46 2 2 0 0 1 2 .013 She* . 11 1 0000 0 .000 Marrero. 10 1 0000 0 (too Pascual. 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Snyder _ 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Stewart - 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Keriassko* 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Killebrew. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 PITCHING. IP. H. BB.SO.GB.OC.WX. 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The first 18 holes will be played Mondays July 12. The low 55 pros, the low five senior pros, <SO years and over) and the low 10 amateurs will qualify for the final 36 holes cm Tuesday, July 13. The State Association has not announced any prize money, but the event usually pays in the vicinity of SI,OOO. Charley Bass ler of the Rolling Road Club in Catonsville, Md., is the de fending champion.. Manor’s new half-million dol lar clubhouse will be open for the tournament, or at least the locker rooms, if not the entire club. Prince Georges Ladies' Day Mrs. Judy Mcllwain scored 51- Is—33 to take the nine-hole ladies’ day golf tournament yes terday at Prince Georges Coun try Club. Mrs. Dorothy Lltrento, 44-10—34, and Mrs. Adellia Lewis, 40-6—34, tied for secqnd, while Mrs. Kay Dosier of Wood mont topped the guests with 91-10—81. Minor Leagues Bjrtha Aisociatvd Frau PACIFIC COASV LEAGUE. Ban Dicta, 5; Los Angeles. 1. San Francisco. 8; Sacramento. 1. Montreal, 4; Buffalo, 3. Toronto, 11; Richmond, 4. Syracuse, 4: Ottawa. 0. Havana, 5; Rochester, 4. _ AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Charleston. 6; Minneapolis, 4 (U in- Bings), • st. Paul, 12; Columbus. 8. Kansas City. 10; Toledo, 0. Indianapolis, 12; Louisville, 6. TEXAS i-g^nttp Beaumont. »: San Antonio. 3. Dallas, 4; Tulsa, 3. Shreveport. 4; Houston. 1. Oklahoma City, 7: Port Worth. 6. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. Atlanta. 8; Memphis. 7. Birmingham. 9; Little Rock. 4. Mobile. 2; Chattanooga, 0. New Orleans. 14; Nashville, 1. EASTERN league. _ Williamsport. 6—6; Schenectady, 2—13. f Albany, 1; Reading. 0. Binghamton. 7: Allentown. 6. Wilkes-Barre, (i; Elmira. 5.- WESTERN LEAGUE. T>s Moines. 3: Lincoln, 1. Sioux City, 7; Omaha, 3. Colorado Springs, 6; Denver, 3. Only games scheduled. _ SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE. Columbus. 4; Charlotte, 3. Savannah. 7; Augusta. 6. Macon. 8; Jacksonville. 0. Columbia. 9; Montgomery. 3. PIEDMONT LEAGUE. Portsmouth, 2: Hagerstown. 1. ~; Newport News. 5; Lynchburg, 1. Norfolk. 10: York. 6. Lancaster, 6: Colonial Helghtl-Peters burg, 5 (10 innings). Donald Dell Top-Seeded In Mid-Atlantic Tourney Donald Dell, National boys’ tennis champion and third ranked in National scholastic play, is seeded No. 1 among the juniors competing in the Mid- Atlantic juniors’ and boys’ ten nis tournament at the Washing ton Golf and Country Club courts. Other top junior seedings, in order, are John Harris, Dick Katz and Don Schweitzer. The four ranking boys’ seedings are Don Ralph, Bruce Brian, Martin Rab inowitz and Bob Schwartzman. Three matches were played in the opening round yesterday iq the boys’ division before rain halted play. Harry Hipps de feated .Mike McCarthy, 6—l, 6—l; Peyton Howard defeated Fred Shepherd, 6—o, 6—o, and Fred Corn Seated Bill Deßutts, 6—o, 6—l. P MIT Crew Wins Again In Henley Regalia as Soviets Score Twice ty lha Associated Press HENLEY-ON-THAMES, Eng land, July I.—The Massachusetts Institute of Technology light weight crew won an impressive victory in the Royal Henley row ing regatta today, defeating a much heavier Reading University Boat Club eight in a heat of the Thames Challenge Cup. The MIT crew, stroked by V. A. Skov, won its second heat of the regatta by 314 lengths and covered the mile and 550 yards in the impressive time of 7 min utes 19 seconds. In the first heat yesterday; MIT beat the University College of Dublin erew. . It was a thrilling race, won by shrewd planning. Reading got off to a good start and soon was about one-third of a length ahead. But the American strat egy had planned it that way. The MIT boys put on steadily increasing pressure and finished powerfully without any sign of fatigue. MU’ is the only one of four American crews to survive the first day of racing in the four day regatta. __ Meanwhile,' Russia’s powerful oarsmen, making their first ap pearance here since Czarist days, marked up two important vic tories. The powerful eight-oared crew of the Krylia Sovetov Club beat Reforeningen Kvik of Denmark by 3 lengths in a heat of the Grand Challenge Cup. This is regarded as the toughest race at Hanley. The Russians won in 7:02. The Soviet pair of the Khmik Club finished far ahead of the pair of the Antwerp Sculling Club. Itoy Paired With Anthony In July 12 Television Bouf ty tti# Associated Pftss BROOKLYN, July l.—Middle weights Willie Troy of Washing ton and Tony Anthony of Now York have signed for a 10-round television bout at Eastern Park way Arena July 12. Three other matches also were booked. They are: July 19, Welterweights Billy Graham, New York, and Chris Christensen. Denmark. 10 rounds. July 26. Featherweights Car melo Costa, Brooklyn, and Vic Toweel, South Africa, 10 rounds. August 2. Light Heavyweights Floyd Patterson, Brooklyn, and Tommy Harrison, Los Angeles, eight rounds. VACATION TIRE SALE New-Type , Anti-Squeal Design U. S. ROYAL 8s FIRESTONE SUPER BALLOON GOODRICH FIRST LINE Fresh Stock Just Removed From New Cars Due to Popular Demand for Tubeless Nylon Tires ... i ... Sizes 7:60-8:00-8:20x15 AT LESS THAN DEALER COST EXAMPLE: 4 8:20x15 U. S. ROYAL "8" WHITEWALLS ANP TUBES LIST $189.92 • OUR PRICE $l2B AND OLD TIRES CAPITOL CADILLAC-QLDSMOBILE COMPANY 1222 22nd Street N.W. ST. 3-2600 AKERS OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC CO. Fairiington Shopping Center, OV. 3-0350 r Johnny Mazur Signs I With Vancouver Team By tlw Associated Ptess VANCOUVER, British Colum bia. July I.—Vancouver's new professional football team has announced the signing of Johnny Mazur, 24-year-old former Notre Dame quarterback. Coach Annls Stukus of the Western mterprovineial Football Union team said Mazur was the property of the Baltimore Colts but that “he never signed any thing.” Mazur, a native of Plymouth, Pa., has just finished a year In the Marine Corps. He played football at Quantico, Va„ and Camp Pendelton, Calif.