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WORDS CAN’T EXPRESS FEELINGS—AIthea Gibson says there are
no words to express her feelings as she receives the trophy from Vice
President Nixon after becoming the first Negro to win the National
women’s tennis championship yesterday at Forest Hills, N. Y. Miss
Gibson defeated Louise Brough, 6—3, 6—2, in the final. At right is Mai
Anderson, unseeded Australian who won the men’s title by surprising
top-seeded Ashley Cooper, 10—8, 7—5, 6—4, (Story on Page A-18.) AP
wirephoto.
Road America Race Won
By Ferrari; Wallace Fourth
ELKHART LAKE. Wis.. Sept.
• (Special).—About the only
similarity between the two
sports car events at nearby
Road America this year was
that Charlie Wallace from
Chevy Chase. Md.. placed
fourth both times in a D-
Jaguar owned by Briggs Cun
ningham.
While Wallace was in the
third best D-Jaguar in the
shorter race here in late June,
yesterday he and John Gordon
Bennett from New Yorlc shared
the only D-Jag to ftnish in the
top 10 in the 500-mile race.
Phil Hill, the Californian
who has been racing in Eu
rope for two years, drove a red
Ferrari to victory in 6 hours,
8 minutes and 30 second for
an average speed of 81.4 miles
per hour. Carroll Shelby of
Dallas was a full lap behind in
second place in a Maserati and
Ed Crawford of Northfleld, HI.,
was third in a Porsche RS. still
another lap back. All three
BASEBALL
Continued From Page A-18
Bob Will’s pinch single pro
duced two Chicago rims in
the 10th.
Dale Long paced the Cubs’
10-hlt attack with a double,
two singles, a walk and two
runs batted in. Dick Drott. who
replaced Moe Drabowsky in the
ninth, won his 13th game
•gainst 11 defeats. t
Leading the chorus of Mil
waukee optimism after the set
back was Spahn, who stopped
the Cubs on five hits Saturday
night for his 19th win.
Recession Sets In
“We re not feeling any pres
sure yet.” he said. "It s just
that a recession has set in.
You've got to expect it after all
those runs we’ve been scoring
and the way we've been win
ning. ,
“And the other clubs,” he
went on, "are under no pres
sure, because they have noth
ing to lose. It's different with
us. We have everything to
lose. I just hope we won’t get
down to the point where we're
only 3Vi or 3Vi games ahead.
Then we’re bound to feel it.”
Unsuccessful sacrifice bunts
helped the Cards score the
tying and winning runs in the
ninth. Joe Nuxhall held a 3-2
lead when Del Ennis opened
the Cards’ ninth with a walk.
Ken Boyer, after bunting foul,
swung away and singled. *
Wally Moon fouled off two
attempted sacrifice bunts, then
singled to score Pinch-Runner
Herm Wehmeier. With the
bases loaded on an intentional
walk to Irv Noren, Alvin Dark
singled off Pitcher Hershell
Freeman to drive in Boyer
with the winning run. Larry
Jackson, in relief of Vinegar
Bend Mizell, won this 14th.
Three of the Giants’ five hits
off Don Drysdale and Ed Roe
buck accounted for all their
rims. Willie Mays opened the
fourth with a single. Ray
Jablonski scored him with a
triple and Hank Sauer blasted
his 25th home run.
Rip Repulski’s three hits—a
home run, triple and single—
accounted for four Philadelphia
runs in the first game, won by
the Phillies with a four-run
rally in the ninth. Bob Smith,
hurling an eight-hitter in his
MUSIAL RETURNS ,
SEES TITLE BID
AS SECONDARY BID
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 9 f/P).
—Stan Musial. the Na
tional League's leading hit
ter. says there will be a lot
more at stake than his bid
for the batting title when
he returns to the Cardinals’
regular lineup tomorrow.
At .341, Stan leads Willie
Mays of the Giants by
seven points.
The 36-year-old star was
referring to the team's
chances of catching first
place Milwaukee from 5Vi
games behind.
Musial, out since August
22 with a shoulder injury,
singled as a pinch-hitter
to keep an eighth-inning
rally going yesterday in a
4-3 victory over Cincinnati.
He received an ovation
when he appeared after
missing 15 games.
drove the entire distance with
two pit stops each.
John Kilbourn of Decatur.
HI., and Howard Hively of Cin
cinnati where fifth in a 3.5-liter
Ferrari behind Wallace and
Bennett. Then came Dick
Thompson of Washington. D. !
| C„ and Paul Shea, Port Chester,
N. Y„ in a Mercedes Benz 300
SL roadster.
Frank Baptists and Charlie
Kolb of Washington traveled
only seven laps in their Elva
Mk II before mechanical trouble j
forced them out. However, they ;
were awarded second place in
Class G behind Dr. M. R. J. i
Wyllie and Bob Donnelly in a
Lotus Mk H.
I Others in the top 10 at the
finish were: 7, Eb Lunken and
Jim Kimberly. Ferrari Testa !
Rossa: 8. Donald Berlin and
James Lowe, Porche Snyder: 9.
Rod Carveth and George Con- ]
stantine, Aston-Martin; 10,
John Cook and Robert Durbin, !
WB Special. ,
(
first start of the season, gave i
the Pirates a split. \
Four ex-Yankees led the
Athletics to their triumph over
the White Sox. Lou Skizas
opened the 13th with a walk, jl
raced to third on Billy Martin’s j I
single and scored the winning 'i
run on Woody Held's fly. Jack i
Urban went all the way for
Kansas City, limiting the Sox
to five hits. The rookie right
hander pitched nine consecu
tive hitless innings, between
the fourth and 13th.
Charlie Maxwell collected
three hits and Dave Philley
scored two runs in Detroit's
triumph over Cleveland. Billy :
Hoeft, putting together two ]
consecutive victories for the
first tifie this year, hurled a
seven-hitter. Gene Woodling’s
homer deprived him of a shut
out
Dick Gernert slammed a two
run homer in the seventh for
Boston to break up a scoreless
duel between Fornleles and
■ Baltimore's Billy O’Dell. It was i
the second straight 2-0 defeat
1 for O’Dell. j
Warriors Keep
Senesky as Pilot
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 9 UP).
—The Philadelphia Warriors '
announced today that George
Senesky has come to terms for
a third season as head coach
of the National Basketball As
sociation club.
Senesky will have eight vet
erans back from last year's
.team, with Tom Gola also due
back from the service in De
cember.
Senesky. in his first season
as coach of the Warriors, won
the NBA title. Last year the
Warriors finished third.
District Boy Shares
Table Tennis Title
TORONTO, Sept. 9 (Special) i
, —Billy Keim of Washington,
D. C. teamed with Steve Weiss
of Chicago to win the Junior
division doubles title of the
Canadian International table
tennis tournament here yester
day.
The winners defeated Oran
Shaver and Elim Kahn of
Montreal. 21-18, 21-23, 24-22.
Col. Tom Abellera and Kaye
Young, also of Washington,
D. C, were eliminated in the
quarter-finals of the senior
division mixed doubles.
Duren Fined SIOO
i DENVER, Sept. 9 UP).— Ed
Doherty, American Association
president, has fined Ryne
Duren, ace Denver pitcher, SIOO
and suspended him for two days
for throwing a ball at a heckler
in the stands while warming up
: for Friday night's first game
against St. Paul.
WEEK-END FIGHTS
HOLLYWOOD, cam.—Jimmy Car
ter. mVj. New York, outpointed I
Mickey Northrup. 136, Lot Anselet,!
1(1
LOUISVILLE. Ky —Paolo Rotl. ISS, |
Brooklyn, outpointed Ray Porttlla. 141,
Houtton, 10
JUAREZ. Mexico.—Raul Maclaa. 121,
Mexico City, kayoed Panchlto Oon
zalei. r.’l. Juarez. A.
BUENOS AlßES—Frederick Thom
ton, ino Argentina, outpointed Oun
ther Hate. 14H, Oermany, to.
KINORTON. Jamaica— Suiar Boy
Nanco. ISR, Netherlands West Indies,
stopped Huah Servlile, ISO. Trini
dad. A.
CAGLIARI. Italy.—Piero Rollo, Italy,
outpointed Tanny Campo, Philippines,
RENO. Nee— Milo Savate. 166 W.
Salt Lake City, drew with Wlltfe
■ i Vauehn, 161. Loa Anteles. 10
Toronto Takes
i
Pennant in IL
l
By the Associated Press <
Toronto is the regular-season ’
I champion of the International ]
League for the third time in <
! four years by virtue of a half- ]
game margin over Buffalo, j
Eighth-inning homers by Archie:
Wilson and Mike Gollat sewed 1
up the pennant on the last day '
of the season yesterday with a 1
4-3 victory over Rochester.
Mami will play at Toronto
and Richmond at Buffalo in the
opening playoff games tomor
row. League batting honors
went to Joe Caflle of Buffalo I
with .331. Luke Easter. Buffalo 1
first baseman, slammed 40
homers and drove In 127 runs <
to lead in those departments, t
Norm Siebem, Yankee farm- I
hand at Denver, won the Amer- t
lean Association batting title i
with .349, while a Denver team- 1
mate, Marv Throneberry, had s
40 homers and 124 run-batted- <
in to win those departments for t
the third straight year.
Atlanta won the Southern '.
Association pennant for the 1
16th time, an all-time minor , !
‘league record, while Jim Frey c
; batted .336 to take batting hon- >
ors In the Texas League. Frey }
is an outfielder with Tulsa. c
I" ; j
Mail Truck Driver \
Wins Stock Car ]
Race at Marlboro
Ray Byers. 30-year-old mail- 3
man from Falls Church who I
proved his quick thinking in
traffic last week, returned to \
the race track yesterday with
more than usual success. {
Byers won the 100-lap race
for sportsman stock cars at ,
Marlboro Motor Raceway yes
terday by a quarter-lap over :
Bill Dove from Greenbelt. New- ‘
conger Bert Robbins was third, r
Last week. Byers made the j
headlines when he backed up \
his mail truck to stop a run- |
away automobile In Arlington.
The brakes had failed, causing ]
the car to sideswipe a bus and <
narrowly miss another car be- |
fore meeting Byers' truck. The <
driver escaped with bruised i
knees.
Yesterday, Byers started far 1
back in the field of 24 in the i
feature and gained the lead on
the 91st lap. Robbins, Clyde
Carnahan and Bobby Ballan- ,
tine won the 10-lap heats and .
Buzz Mcßee took the 10-lap
consolation.
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Dr. Lawson Sails j
In All-Star Regatta t
MARBLEHEAD, Mass., Sept.
9 'Special i.—Dr. Walter Law- 1
| son of Washington. D. C„ was
i one of eight of the Nation’s top ,
skippers to begin competition i
, today for the Clifford D. Mai- !
i lory Cup In the week-long J
• North American senior sailing <
> championship. They will race '
• planing sloops of the Thistle <
. Class.
Others In the field are George
i O'Day, representing New Eng-
I land: Lightning champion Bill
Cox, Noroton, Conn., Charles ,
: Morgan, St. Petersburg. Fla.,
, Paul McLaughlin, Toronto; j
i Don McVittie; Seattle; Leugh
• Brite, Balboa. Calif., and Harry
Melges, Lake Geneva, Wis.
, GRiFFS' MARKS
SATTINO
! AB. R H. 2b SbHRRbI Av
)8lfv»r» Aim m iai 22 A;i« mi ..lll'.'
FltzCl'd lib 14 31 s n I 13.23(1
s Lzmrm 471 A2 130 111 AIA .'III 27(1
. Plewy 312 AA Hit 111 4 I 21 27H
Schult 2(1.1 S 3 All I I (I 3 3(1 27M
• Courtney 102 21 A.'ll I 1 « 2A 270
Berberet 2IH 2A HA in 2 7 .14 271
« Usher 2H| IA 71 H l A 2A 200
Yost 3H2 .'IA 73 « I A 2A 2HII
Becquer lA7 II 111 4 2 2 22.243
Bolling 2A7 2H HI 12 1 4 IS 217
I Bridies 33» 34 7fl 11 2 3 IS .224
j Runnels 417 4A 0111 4 2 II 21K
rhr'bry IHI IS 32 7 2 2 II 100
, Stobbs 72 4 14 4 0 O H lilt
Ramos 72 A II n 0 I IH.ISI
I i Clevenger 2S 2 Ainu 4.170
1 ! Abernsthr 24 I 4 10 0 I 1447 i
' Snyder 01 A l.'l H 0 ] 4.141 i
Hyde 1A 0 2 0 0 o I .133 1
' Pxscual 4i 4 A II II II {.III
• Byerly 1* 1 10 10 1 OH3
Kemmerer 42 2 2 1 0 1 404 H
J Sch'nm'kr tl 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000
T"|* 102 at bats, 1.182
. hits; average, .248.
I'l.-aING
IP H 88. 50.05.00 WL.
r Clevenaer 120 11H 30 02 71 7 4
, Byeriy ST H7 111 3H 0 0 0 H
- Hyde 07 SO AA 40 2 0 3 3
Ramos 214 2,'1l H 2 SO 20 711 14
Kemmerer IAH I Oil H« 72 24 8 710
, Pascual 1A7140 71 101 22 3 S l.i
Stobbe 102 200 HP 100 20 ASH
. Abernathy SO PA 64 4A tfl 2 2to
e Plsek 12 10 l 2 0 0 0 1
Lumentl 11 0 10000
Lynn Garrett
Has Big Day in
Horse Show
By ANNE CHRISTMAS
Lynn Garrett’s Tillie won her
first blue ribbon and her first
championship all In the same
day yesterday at the Potomac
Novice Horse Show on the Po
tomac Polo Club grounds.
The event, which attracted
160 entries, averaging 15 to a
class, was a prelude to the Po
tomac Hunt Junior Horse Show
September 22.
Reserve behind Tillie was
Penny Van Hover with Mrs.
Lyttleton Gould’s Crazy Quilt,
who was in the ribbons con
sistently In both performances
and horsemanship classes.
In the small pony division,
Kristie Duckett rode Glenn
Norton's Jingle to the cham
pionship by a one-point mar
gin over Bobby Christmas’
Scamper.
Among the juniors Kristie
Miller rode her purebred Ara
bian hunter. Afmaar, to the
championship over Sandy Mel
ton on Nola Morvich.
Small Pony Hacks—l. Scamper.
Bobby Christmas: 2. Jinxlc. Glenn
Norton: 3. Davry Crocknt, Hugh Nor
ton: 4. Social Outcast, Tally Knelpp
Beginners' Equitation—l. Jamec
Barnes; 2. Tally Knelpp: :t. Clavton
Doing; 4. Johnny Christina'
Larre Pony Hacks—l. TIUle, Lynn
Oatrett; 2, Blue Chip. Jamey Barnes:
1. Teddy. Kristie Duckett; 4. Star
Dust. Alan Lord
Malden Intermediate Equitation—l.
Bobby Chrtatmas; 2. Penny Van Hover;
3. Judy Knelpp: 4. Lauralyn Smith
Junior Hacks—l. Nola Morvich,
?» n <ly Melton; 2. Almaar. Kristie Mil
l*r. .t. Cloth of Gold. Donnie Buchan
an: 4. pay Weed. Lauralvn Smith
Leadline—l. Hush Norton; Miles
Wheeler; 3. Ann Wheeler; 4. Eddie
Foley.
Malden Equitation Over Pences—l,
Donnie Buchanan: 2. Diane Smith; 3.
Anthony Van Hover; 4, Dtanc De
Franceaux
Umlt Equitation—l. Sally Knelon:
2. Donnie Buchanan; 3. Judv Kncinp;
4. Louise Qoldberx
Small Pony Hunters—l. Jingle: 2,
Taiw. Becky Bauertleld; 3, Scamper,
4. Social Outcast.
Large Pony Hunters—l. Crazy
OnUt, penny enV Hover; 2. Qolden
Jubilee. Louise Ooldberg; 3. Mernlegs.
Michele Brooks: 4. Tillie
Junior Hunters—l. Cinderella Belle.
Diane De Franceaux 2. Almaar; 3.
Teddy; 4. Spooks. IJudy Bryant
Small Pony Champion— Jingle: re
serve—Beamper
Large Pony Champion Tillie: reserve,
Cresy Quilt.
Junior Champion—Afmaar: reserve—
Nola Morvich
D. C. Sailor Wins
Penguin Class in
Maryland Regatta
BALTIMORE, Sept. 9 (Spe
cial).— Byard Tysor of the Po
tomac River Sailing Associa
tion. Washington. D. C.. was
among the winners yesterday
in the annual Star Spangled
Banner sailing regatta spon
sored by the Maryland Yacht
Club. Tysor sailed Sea Urchin
to victory in the Penguin Class.
Bob Seidel of the Annapolis
Yacht Club sailed Early Bird
to a sweep in the Hampton
series. He is the national
champion in this class
Hampton*: J. Early Bird. Bob Bcldrl,
Annapolis V C (1-1-1—2.14(11; 2 I
Wllltfwaw. Beau Getting Annapolis
V C. (2-2-2—1.6661: 3. Oygnet A B
Cecil. Annapolis V. C (4-4-3—1.775)
Nationals: 1 Opu* 11. Mike Phillips.
Severn S A 13-1-I—H.iaai; 2. Dou
ble D. Earl Elliott. Severn S A. (1-2-
2—1.179); 3. Lively Line*. Arch
Mrserole. Susquehanna River V. C
<2-3-4—994).
Penguins J. sea Urchin Byard
Tyaor, Potomac River (1-2-2—1.234):
2, Real Kool. Chick Owens, Gibson
Island T S (2-1-3—1,191): 8. Can
vaaback. Ensor. Bush River V C.
_ Comeu: 1. White Shark Ed Mclean.
Severn 8 A (1-2-1—622): 2. Poto.
John Flanigan Olbson Island V. B
<2-1-2—6041; 8. Honey. Harold Bloom
Potaoskut 8. A. (I-did not gtart
•i—"Of*»
Westbriar Elects
Governing Board
Members of Westbriar Coun
try Club elected their first board
of governors last night at the
club, a group of 15 who will
serve for one year.
The board members will be
installed September 22 at the
time of the presentation of
prizes in the club championship.
Those elected were: Charlie
Beall. Prank A. Bevacqua.
Clarence Boyes. Paul Cam
panaro. Dr. Ira Franklin.
Charels Hammer, Neil Linger,
Raymond Pascoe. Robert Rion,
Leon Simon. W. Gilbert Weller.
Robert Wright, Bob Ricketts
and Ray O'Malley.
MINOR LEAGUES
FACIFIC COABT LEAGUE
« _ w - L
B*n Francisco .-97 IIS .Hid
Vancouver 94 «rt .588
Hollywood 88 71 .65.1
8-attl* ... 81 7ft .5 , _!2
San Diego 8-: 77 ,:»i«
Lo» Angele* 77 8’: 484
Sacramento 59 100 .171
Portland 6ft loi .152
Vaucouver, ft—lo; Hollywood. 4—2.
Ban Francisco 2 San Diego, o
Lot Angeles. I—4. Sacramento.
INTERNATIONAL LEAGL'E
(Final Btantfini**
W. L. Pet
x Toronto 88 fts .575
Buffalo 88 tw .571
Richmond M 71 .i2tf
x Miami ...... 75 78 490
Rochester 74 80 481
Havana 72 8*: 4ftß
Columbus ft 9 85 448,
Montreal 08 80 *42
x Played only 161 games. One game
, canceled because of rurfew.
Buffalo, ft. Montreal. 4.
i Toronto, 4; Rochester. 3.
Havana. 8; Miami. 1.
Columbus. 12; Richmond 4
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
•<Final Standing• -
U1 ( P, t 11’ T p.«
Wichita 91 HI ,«()4 Omaha 70 78 4JM
Denver 99 04 584 Indi'lls 74 89 .481
Minn 85 09 562 Oh’ton 07 87 .415
3t. Paul 82 72 .512 Lou'lle 49 105 .318
Denver. II; St. Paul. 4.
Minneapolis, ft; Omaha. 6
Louisville, 6; Charleston. 1
Indianapolis. 14; Wichita, ft
AOITHLRN ASSOCIATION
(Final Standings)
W. L. Pet W L Pet
Atlanta 87 «7 .605 Mobile 76 78 .499
Me'phla 80 07 .50': Blr'ham 74 79 .481
Nasn'le 81 09 510 Little R. «4 88 .421 I
Chat'aa 81 79 .542 N. Or'n 09 94 .390
Atlanta. 19; Chattanooga, 2.
blttle Rock. 2; Memphis, 9.
lob He. ft; New Orleans. *O.
Birmingham at Nashville, canceled,
rain.
TEXAS LEAGUE
(Final Standings)
W L. Pet W L. Pet
Dallas 192 67 .00 Austin 7181.401
Houston 97 67 .019 F W'th 79 84 455
8. Ant'o 7ft 78 491 Okla Cy «« 88 .429
Tulsa 75 79 487 Shrev'pt 58 95 381
Dallas. 4; Oklahoma City. 0.
Tulsa. 4; Fort Worth, 2.
Houston. 5; Austin. 2.
Shreveport, 4; San Antonio. 1
SOUTH ATLANTIC LF.AGVK
(Final Standings)
W. L. Pet W L Pet
Aug'sta 98 59 019 xKnox'e 8| 71.52 ft
Char te 80 «7 5«2 Jack’le 7« 7 8 494
Savan h 81 72 529 Colum a 59 95.181
xCo'bus 81 73 ,52ft Macon 51101 144
x Columbus and Knoxville will de
cide fourth place tn playoff.
Charlotte. 4: Augusta. 3.
Knoxville. 7: Columbia. I.
Jacksonville. 4—2: Macon. I—3.
Savannah. 7; Columbus. 4.
EASTERN LEAGUE
(Final Standings)
W L. Pet W L Pet
Bln'ton 85 55 .007 Albany Oft 71 475
Sch'tady 81 57 .591 Allent'n 50 84 499
Reading 74 00 .529 Bprlng'd 55 84 .306
Reading. 10—3; Albany. 9—5.
Allentown. 9: Schenectady. 7.
Springfield. 1; Binghamton. 0.
WESTERN LEAGUE
Pueblo. 16. Albuquerque, o
Amarillo. 16; Colorado Bpringi, 8.
Lincoln. 4; Des Moines. .1
Topeka. 14; Bioux City, 9.
Foster Again Wins
Top Eliminator
At Old Dominion
The stiffer competition pro
vided by the Middle Atlantic
regional drag racing champion
ships at Old Dominion Speed
way yesterday didn’t seem to
make much difference. As on
the previous three Sundays in
the regular weekly programs.
Steve Foster was top elimin
ator.
The speedboy from Wood
lawn, Md., used a 1928 Ford
roadster powered by a 1956
Chevrolet engine to cover the
Vi mile in 12.2 seconds and at
a closing speed of 100 miles per
hour.
Class winners:
| _ Class BP—Fred Baker, Rtverdale.
(Dragster Special. Time. 14 seconds.
No speed.
Class AR—Dan Weis. Richmond,
12.1. 101 m.ph.
Class BR —Bteve Foster, Woodlawn.
Md . 1928 Ford. 12.2. 99 mp h.
) Clash AA—Tom Santtni. Burtons
*vllle, Md . 1932 Ford, J 4 seconds. 90
m.ph.
! Class BA —John Reynolds. Alexan
dria. 1032 Ford. 14 2. 98 m.ph
Claes CA —Tim Diaz. Richmond.
11933 Ford. 13 5. 97 m.ph.
Class AO —Tom Burke. Cheverljr,
lIDAH Ford. 15.5. 94 m u.h
i Class BG —Jim Davis, Alexandria.
112 1. 93 mp h
Class CO—Bob Bernardon. Hillside.
Md.. 1939 Chevrolet. 12.8. 97 m.p h.
Class DG—Roger Wheatley. Balti
more, 1955 Chevrolet. 15 9. 90 m o h
Class EG—Larry Robinson. Manas
sas. 1954 Ford. 10 5. 87 mp h
Class SO —Frank Fannan. Alexan
dria. 1932 Chevrolet. 14.5, 89 m p.h
Class AM (sports cars)—Donald
Niemann, aimer ark. Md . 1957 Cor
vette. 13 seconds. 97 m p.h.
Class AP (sports cars)—day Cald
well. Colmar Manor Md.. 1957 Cor
vette. 14 4. 95 mph
Class CP (sports cars' —Fred Lcsee.
Beihesda. 1957 Alfa-Ronieo, 15.2, 85
m p h
Class M (motorcycles) - Leonard
Kasey. 8t Petersburg Fls . 1952
Triumph. 11 seconds. 98 mp h.
Class 88’—Bob Biadtick. Sellmann, ■
Md . 1957 Chevrolet. 14.3 91 mph ;
Class AS—John Hammond. Lame-!
ley Park. Md.. 1957 Chevrolet. 13.8.
92 m p h. %
Class B8 — Don Baker. M-irriotts
ville. Md . 1957 Plymouth, 15.4, 89
m p h.
Class CB—Fred Shawen. Riverdale,
Md . 1955 Chevrolet. 15. H. KH m.ph.
Class DB—Walter Off. Hanover. Pa..
1955 Oldsmoblle. Iff 2. 80 mp h
Area Hydroplanes
Score in Regatta
IRVINGTON. Va.. Sept. 9
(Special).—The Washington
area racers won five places
here yesterday in the Tappa
hannock Yacht Club regatta
for hydroplanes.
John Dunnington of Be
thesda picked up two trophits
by winning the 225-cubic-inch
event and taklnf second in the
226-cubic-inch class with his
Miss Methesda.
Art McDouglass of Silver
Spring won the 48-cublc-inch
race in his* Road Runner.
Frank Vernon of Washington
was second in the 135-cubic
inch in Fancy Free and Francis
Racioppe of Washington drove
Doc’s Trash to third behind
McDouglass In the 48-cubic
inch class.
Knox and Lee Play
Fbr 2d Army Title
FORT LEE. Va., Sept. 9 UP).
—Fort Knox, Ky.. plays Fort
Lee at 2 p.m. here today in the
title game of the double elimi
nation 2d Army baseball tour
nament which rain postponed
yesterday.
Fort Knox, undefeated in
three playoff games, could cap
ture the title today. If defend-!
ing champion Fort Lee (5-1) !
should win the afternoon con- 1
test, a final game will be played
at 7 p.m.
GIANTS, 3; DODGERS, 2~
Brook I\ n AHOA N York AHOA.
O’lam.’.’b 4 2 11 0011.2 b 71 11
Reesc.lb 4 2 () 6 M ellcr.rf 4 o 2 9
Snider.cf 4 14 0 Mays.cf 4 2O o
H dies.lb 119 1 J nski.lb 4 114
F'rulo.rf 4 12 0 Virgil.lb o o 0 o
Cimoh.lf 4 110 Sauer if 11 1 o
Neal ss 40 1 2 Th'son.lf 001 O j
Walker.c 4oft o 8p cer.ss Ift 1 4
D sdale.p 1 o o 1 L man lb 1 013 0
IVslo ft o o ft Th'mas.c 1 o 1 o
2Zim er oo o o B clay p 1 oi) 4
R buck.p o o o o Gr hom.p 1 0 0 0
lAmoros 1 o o o
Totals 28 5 27 15
Totals 33 8 24 10
1 Walked for Drysdale in 7th.
3 Ran for Valo In 7th
3 Plied out for Roebuck in Oth.
Brooklyn 070 000 ooO —C
New York DUO 300 oox—3
Runs—Gilliam. Drvsdale. Mays. Ja
, blonskl, Bauer Error—Bpencer Runs
batted in—Gilliam <2*. Jablonski.:
■ Sauer (2). Two-base hit—O'Connell.
♦Three-base hit*—Jablonski Mays, j
Home runs—GUliam. Sauer Stolen ;
base Hodges Sacrifice—O'Connell.
Double plays—O'Connell to Spencer to
Lockman (2). Barclay to Bpencer to
Irockman Left on bases—Brooklyn. 7; |
New York 4 Rases on balls—Off Drys
dale. 1; off Barclay. 1. Struck out-—By :
Drysdale. 1. by Roebuck. 2. by Bar- !
clay, 1. Hits—Off Drysdale. 4 In ft in
nings; off Roebuck. 1 in 2 innings off
Barclay. 7in ft 1 * innings off Orissom.
I in 2*s inning- Runs and earned
runs—Off Drvsdale. 1-1; off Roebuck,
o-o; off Barclay. 2-7; off Grissom, o-o.
Hit by pitcher—By Drysdale (Barclay).
Winning pitcher—Barclay <n-7i Los- !
mg pitcher—Drysdale 'l4-9i. Time—n
1 51. Attendance—22.l7« <
A
MAJOR BOX SCORES
CUBS, 5; BRAVES, 3
. ( hlr.ro A.H.O.A Mllw’kt*. AH O A
Adams.3b 2 0 0 2 Bc'd'st,2b 3 12 8
c 4 Tannrr 0 0 (I 0 Torre,lb 3 1 S 2
5 K’all.2b 0 0 11 3 Demerit (10 0 0
" Speake.cl 0 (I 3 0 M'M'n.p 0 00 0
. | Haas.lf A 1 2 0 7 Pafko 10 0 0
IBanks.es 3 12 3 J'hns’n.p 0 0 O 0
0 | Moryn.rf 5 12 0 M'ews.3b 3 2 3 1
- Long, lb 3312 2 Aaron.cf 4 13 1
I :M'ean.2b 3 12 4 C'gton If 4 13 0
Ii x Will 110 0 Haxle.rf S 1 0 0
Lltt’U.Sb 0 0 0 1 M tllla sa A I 3 2
>. Bilvera.c A 2 2 0 Cr'dall.c A 0 8 0
I D’b’sky.p 4 0 10 Conley.p 1 0 o 1
Drott.p 0 0 10 Phil'ps.p 0 0 0 0
1 Sa'tskl 10 0 0
Buhl.p 0 0 0 2
• 2 H'brlnk 10 0 0
4 Jones.lb 110 0
H B'dette 0 0 0 0
6 Adcock.lb 10 0 0
e ! Totals 37 10 30 13 Totals ~380 30 12
( I 1 Popped up lor Phillips In 4th
2 Grounded out for Buhl In 7th.
r I 3 Ran lor Torre In 7th.
J 4 Walked for Adams In Oth.
A Ran for Tanner In nth.
I 0 Ran for Jones In Oth.
, L 7 Grounded Into double play for Me
-• j Mahon In Oth
s | 8 Singled for Morgan in 10th
, Chicago 020 100 000 2—5
, Milwaukee 000 110 001 o—3
i. ' „ Rune—Banks (2), Moryn. Morgan.
Will, Sehoendienst. Covington. Bur
i dette. Errora—Sllvera. Banks. Cran-
II dall Runs batted tn—Long 12). 811-
ivera. Will Ktndail. Covington. Aaron,
i. Sehoendienst. Two-baen hits—Long.
Torre. Jones. Three-base hit—Mathews.
I. Home run—Covthgton. Stolen base —
Banks. Sacrifice—Morgan Sacrifice fly
r, —Aaron. Double plays—Banks to Kin
dall to Long: Sehoendienst to Torre,
t, (Left on bases—Chicago, 12; Milwau
kee. 12. Bases on balls—Off Drabow
sky. A- off Drott. 1: off Conley. 3; off
:Buhl. I: off McMahon. 1: off Johnson,
- 4 Struck out—Bv Drsbowsky. 2: by
Conley. 2: by Phillips. 1: bv Buhl, Is
-I by McMahon. 2; by Johnson. 1. by
I Plzarro 1. Hits—Off Drabowsky. 6 In
-18 Innings (pitched to 1 in Oth); off
i. Drott. 3 in 2 Innings off Conley. 6 In
rt 3 2 Si Innlnes- off Phillips. O In V, ln
- I nine: off Buhl. 1 in 3 Innings: off Mc-
Mahon. 2 In 2 Innings: off Johnson. 1
- In 2 1 Inning: off Plzarro, n in V. ln
- nlng Runs and earned runs—Off Dra
bowsky. 3-3: off Drott. (1-0; off Con
'• l*». 3-3; off Phillips. 0-0: off Buhl.
j 0-0; off McMahon. 0-0: off Johnson.
off ptzairo, o-o. winning pitcher
d I —Drott (13-lit. Losing pitcher—John
: son t 7-31. Time—3:2l.
: CARDS,!; REDLEGS73
i. Cincinnati A HO A 81. Lolls AHOA
jTemole.2b A 1 2 2 Bla'me.'Jb 4 0 3 2
- Whi'ant.lf 4 0 4 o K's o.s-.'lb 3 112
I) | (ITh'an If 0 0 o 0 C n'am.lb 3 0 7 0
: Rob son.Cf 53 2 0 4Cooper 10 0 0
!, POst.rf 3 0 3 1 Alston.lb 0 0 10
Crowe lb 42 0 0 Ennls.lf 3 1 3 0
. Hoik,3b 4 12 0 -We’m'er 0 0 0 0
I Burgess,c 4 04 0 Bover.3-cf 4 10 5
- jSJeffcoat 00 0 0 Moon.rf 4 12 0
Bsflev.c 0 0 0 0 HSmt'h.e 3 16 1
. M'M'an.ss 4 10 4 SHoren 0 0 0 0
J Nuxbail.p 2 0 1 0 B Sm'h.cf 2 0 4 0
• Free'an o 0 0 0 0 IDark.ss 2 10 0
Mizell,o 2 10 0
■lMuslal 110 0
38cho'eld 0 0 0 0
Jackson,p 00 0 0
) Totals 35 8x24 7 Totals 32 827 10
1 x None out when winning run scored.
1 Struck out lor B O Smith In Bth.
5 2 Singled for Mizell in Bth.
, 3 Ran for Musial In Bth
4 Grounded out for Cunntnxham In ;
l Bth
5 Rin for Burttu In Pth
J 2 Walked for Whlsenant In Oth.
! ?Rin for Ennii in 9th
H Intentionally walked for H. Smith
\ in 9th
Cincinnati ino ooi oin 3
I St Lout* 000 000 022—4 '
» „ Run* Robinson (,'J). Wehmeier. |
Boyer. Bmith. Schofield. Errora—Nux
-5 hall. Alston. Kaxko Runs batted In—l
Robinson. Crowe (Robinson ncored on !
Kasko’s error In first lnntn«>. Moon. 1
. {Dark »H Smith and Schofield scored!
on Nuxhall'* error In Bth > Two-base !
l hit*—Ennl* Kasko Three-base hit—
Robinson Home run—Robinson Sac-'
• rlflee—Nuxhall Double play—Post to
I : McMillan to Hoak Left on bases—* I
jClnctnnetl. 9: St Louis. 7. Bases on '
. iba’ls -Off Nuxhall. 2: off Freeman. 1: 1
.(off Mizell. *!; off Jackson 1 Struck:
Mout— By Nuxhall. :t; by Mizell. 4: by
» I Jackson. •! Hits—Off Nuxhall. 7 In 8,
, innings (pitched to t batters in Pth>;
l loss Freeman. 1 In 0 innlne (pitched to
12 batters in 9th <: off Mizell. 7 in 8
Mnnlnfs, off Jackson 1 In l innint ■
Runs and earned runs—Off Nuxhall.'
. 4-2; off Freeman. 0-C; off Mizell. 3-3:
off Jackson. 0-0 Winning pitcher— j
Jackson M 4-8» Losing pitcher—Nux- i
. hall (9-10). Time—2:3l. Attendance
r —1 {*.884
TIGERS,3;INDIANS7i
Cleveland AHOA Detract AHOA
Will ms.3b 42 14 Flnlt n.lh 412 2
' Avila 2b 4 14 1 Tuttle.cf 4(13 (I
; Wood! g If 3 2 10 Boone.lb 1110
, Wertz lb 4 (112 1 lPh'ley lb 3 2 8 2
! Colevlto.rf 3 n 1 0 Kgllne.rf 4 2 0 1
. Marts.cf 30(I (i Maxwell If 43 0 0
}2Rntne* 1 0 0 0 Kuenn.ss 3 0 12
• Stri'krd.ss 3 117 Wilton.c 10 8 0
I Hegan c 40 10 Bolling.2b 30 2 3
MeLlsh n 3 110 Hoeft.p 2 0 2 1
: Aguirre.d O 0 0 1
; 3C»r quel 10 0 0
11
, j Totals 83 724 14 Totals 31 f) 27 11
i 1 Ran for Boone In Ist
. 2 Orounded out for Marls In Oth.
! :t Lined out for Aguirre in 9th
.Cleveland _ (8)0 900 (»10—1
, ' Detiolt 200 000 Olx—3
Runs—W'oodling. Plnlgan Philley
[ *2) Runt batted in—Woodlini. Kaline.
Maxwell. (Philley scored on McLish'a
i wild pitch in Ist*. Home run—Wood-1
. ' Ung Stolen base—Williams Double
piav*—Strickland to Avila to Wertz; i
Aguirre to Strickland to Wertz Left on'
. bases —Cleveland. 8. Detroit. 0 Bases on
Balls—Off McLlsh. 2; off Hoeft. .1.
{ Btruck out—By McLlsh. 3; by Hoeft. 7.1
» Hits —Off McLish. 8 in 7‘s innings; off
» Aguirre 1 in innWs Runs and
} earned runs—Off McLish. 3-3; off
i* Aguirre. 0-0; off Hoeft, 1-1 Wild pitch
» - -McLish Winning pitcher—Hoeft
> (8-9>. Losing Ditcher—McLish (8-6). ,
; RED SOX, 2; ORIOLES~Q
( Baltlm’e. AH O A BwiM. AHO A |
Oard r.’.’b 4 o 1 :t Pl rsall cf 3 2 2 0
, Kell .tb 42 2 9 Klaus.ss 300 11
’ Good n.lb 4 0 8 9 St hens.lf 2 0 3 0
Nieman.lf 4 1 :t 9 Malz e.3b 113!
Pll’rclk.rf :i o 2 9 Jeensenrf.i 0 3 oi
Busbv.cf :t o 3 0 Oern't.lb 3 111 1 I
Tr ndos.c 2 9 4 1 Aspr te.2b 3 115:
•JGreen O o 0 o Daley.c 3 0 5 0
Oinsb g.c o o 0 o Forn les.p 3 0 11
! Ml’nda.ss 2 9 12
i 1 Boyd 1 0 0 0
B’weser.ss O O 0 O
O’Dell.p 2 0 0 0
I .JFT’cona 1 O 9 0
Zuv ink.p 0 0 0 2
I Totals Tpr-HiTs Totals 2« 627 11
; : 1 Plied out for Miranda in Btß.
! 2 Ran for Triandos in Bth /
: 3 Grounded out for O’Dell m Bth.
' Baltimore 000 uoo ooo—o
' Boston 099 000 2Ox—2
Runs—Malzone. Oernert. Runs bat
; ted in—Gernen (2). Two-base hit—
s i Malzone Home runs—Oernert. Double
’ plays—Gardner to Miranda to Good
: man Gardner to Ooodman. Left on
‘ be.ses—Baltimore. 4: Boston. 2 Bases
■ on balls—Off O'Dell. 1; off Zuverink.
1 1 off Fornleles. 1. Struck out—By
• O’Dell. 3; by Fornieles. 4. Hits—Off
O'Dell. 5 in 7 innings; Zuvernik. 0 ii.
l ihntng Runs and earned runs—Off
■ O'Dell. 2-2; off Zuverink. 0-0* off For
nieles. 0-9. Winning pitcher—Fornieles
(9-13). Losing pitcher—O'Dell (2-10).
A's. 3; WHITE SOX, 2
Kan,. C. A.H.O.A. Ollcsf* A.H.O.A.
Power.lb A 214 3 Apar’s.ss 4 12 5
DeM’l.sa 6 14 5 Fox,2b 5 17 2
Zern’l.rf 5 0 4 0 Torg'n.lb 4 Bill
Skizas,rf 5 2 3 0 Mlnoso II 5 2 2 1
Lopez.lb 2 10 0 Doby.cf 4 0 3 0
IMa'n.lb 4 2 2 2 Lollar.c 5 0 6 0
Held.cf 5 0 10 Rlvera,rf 4 0 7 0
Thom'n.e 5 o 8 o Phl’ps.lb 2 0 0 1
Hunt’r,2b O 1 o A '..'Hatfield 10 0 0
Urban.p 6 3 3 1 IBeard 0 0 0 0
Howell.p 2 110
Dono'n.p 2 0 0 1
4Dropo 0 0 0 0
Esp’to.3b 2 0 0 1
Totalz 48 12 39 16 Totals 40 539 12
1 Ran for Lopez In 4th.
2 Safe on error for Phillips in Bth.
3 Ran for Hatfield In Bth.
. 4 .”! 1 aaerlflce fly for Donovan
In Bth.
Kansas City- 000 100 100 000 I—3
Chicago 100 000 010 000 o—2
Runs—Skizas (2). Hunter, Aparlcio.
Beard. Error—Skizas. Runs batted tn
—Torgeapn, Skizas. Urban. Dropo.
Held. Three-base hit—Howell. Home
run Skizas. Stolen bases Power,
Rivera. Aparlcio. Sacrifices—Torge
|?o' Zernlal. Sacrifice files—Dropo.
Held. Double plays—Hunter to De
maestrl to Power: Power (unassisted).
Left on bases—Kansas City, 11; Chl
cago. 4 Bases on balls—Off Donovan.
I; off Urban, .1: off Howell. 2. Struck
out—By Donovan. 2; by Urban, 8: by
Howell. 3. Hits—Off Donovan. « In
8 Innings; off Howell. 6 In 6 Innings.
Runs and earned rune—Off Donovan,
1-1: Off Urban, 2-1.
Winning pltcner—Urban (A-31. Los
ißLSU£S^?s!ifA., *- a> -
PHTIU ES77!7p I RATES, 4!
FIRST GAME
Philadel. A HOA P’tabargh AHO A.
Ashb’rn.cf 5 2 5 0 Cle'ente rl A 2 1 0
rt-K 6 3 0 o viJdoTcf A I 0 1
Bochee.lb 3 111 2 Groat ss 4 13 9
And'son.lf 3 110 Skinner If 5 2 10
5 1 3 ! Th'mas.lb 4 2 9 0
Kaz skl.3b 4 2 0 4 Maz'skt.2b 3 0 6 5
.1 Harmon 0 0 0 0 Baker.3b 2 111
Fer dez.ss 3 0 2 5 Folles.c 10 5 1
Smlnlck c 3 0 4 0 2Fondy 10 0 0
4Northey 110 0 Rand.c 00 0 0
AB'man.rf 0O 1 o Friend p 3 110
Lopata.c 00 0 0 Pace.p 0o O 0
Cardie 11,p 2 0 0 1 Arroyo.p 0 0 0 0
Moreb'd.p 00 n 0 Purkey.p 1 000
lHaddlx lioo Klno.p 00 0 0
Parrell.p 0 o 0 o
KJones 3b 110 0
Roberts.p O 0 0 O
Totals 16 13 27 13 Totals 34 10 27 17,
1 Doubled for Morehead In Bth
2 Hit Into a forceout for Folles in Btb
3 Ran for Kazanskl In 9th
4 Singled for Semtntek In 9th.
5 Ran for Norther tn 9th
6 Singled for Farrell in 9th.
Philadelphia 000 002 014 ?
Pittsburgh 010 100 200—4:
e
Runs—Ashbum (2). Repulskl. Per-1
Bandez. Bowman. Haddlx. Jones, Skin-:
ner (2), Potles. Friend. Errors—-Groat.
B**". skinner Runs batted In—
J*?; I**’ 1 **’ Clemente. Virdon. Re
ipulskl (4). Jones. Ashburn. Anderson.
Two-base hits—Virdon. Haddlx Three
sasfi,45 as fi,4 h* l ”-: R *Pulski. Home run—Re
pusiki. Stolen base—Harmon. Sacrifice
-- Mazeroski Sacrifice flies Foiles.
Anderson Double plays—Foiles to
Maxeroskl: Groat to Maieroski to
Thomas. (»); Mazeroski to Groat to
Thomas (-); Bouchee to Pernandeg to
Bouchte Left on bases—Philadelphia, 7:
Pittsburgh. 9 Base on balls —Off
iCardwell, 2: off Morehead. 1; off Par
cel' 1; off Friend. 3; off King 1.
Btruek out—Br Friend. 4: by ArroVo 1;
, _ c » r dwell. 3: bv Parrell 1. Hits—
Off Cardwell 7 in «*', Innings: off
Morehead. 1 In Inning: off Friend.
7 in 7 Innings; off Pace. 1 In
Inning off Arroyo. O In Inning: off
Pur key 3 In % inning: off Fgrrell 1
) looloz. off King, 7 In *s inning;
off Roberts 1 in 1 Inning Runs and
earned runs—Off Cardwell, 4-4: off
Morehead. 0-6; off Friend. 3-2- off
Off Arrovo. o-o: off Purkes
3-3; off Parrell. 0-0; off King. 1-1; off
R ?, ber, .*J - Winning pitcher—Par
pJ ..'('J Losing pitcher—Purkey
| (10-14). Time—2:42.
SECOND GAME
* HOA E*4sbargh AHOA
jAshbn.ef 4 0 4 0 P Sm'h.rf 4 3 o 0
1 Rep skt.lf 4 110 Vlrdon.cf 4 2 2 0
Bchee.lb 4 16 1 Oroat.ss 4 2 3 7:
Looata.r 4 0 71 Skinn'r.lf 4 12 0
Jones.3b 3 11 2 T'mas.lb 3 010 0
Sow an rs 4 2 O o Ma'ski.2b 4 13 1
Kaskt.2b 4 2 2 2 Baker.3b 4 2 12:
Ferdez.sg 4 12 1 Pet'rson.e 3 1 6 0:
Hacker.p 10 0 1 R Sm'h.p 30 0 0
Hearn p 00 0 0
1 Smalley 1 0 o 0
M'head.p o o o o
[2Harmon 1 0 o 0
Q'alters.n 0 0 1 l
IHamner 10 0 0
Totali 35 624 10 Totala 33 12 27 10
1 Popped up for Hearn In 4th.
2 Popped uo for Morehead in 7th
I Called out on atrtkeg for Qualters
in Rth.
Philadelphia - 000 200 00(1 2
Pittsburgh ...,.004 110 OOx—6
Runs—Bouchee. Bowman. P Smith.
(Virdon. Omar t 2«. Baker. Peterson.
, Errors—Jones Bowman Runs batted
in—Virdon Groat. (Virdon scored on
error in 3di. Skinner, P Smith.
Thomas, Jones. Kazanskl Two-base
! hits—Bouchee Baker. P Smith. Groat.
': 3 JS£; Th"*, -base hits—Bowman. Re
. Stolen base* Mazeroski.
!u k Th-! acrm Sir-£ B r nlth Sacrifice
nv—Thomas Double play—Fernandez
•to Lopata to Jones to Qualters Left
on b»«cs—Philadelphia. 7: Pittsburgh
Bases on balls—Off R Smith, I:
Smi.s W' Struck out—Bv R
Smith 6. by Morehead. 2; by Qual
, ters. J Hits—Off Hacker. 5 In 7 2 3
I''. 01 "'’ off Hearn, o In >, inning:
off Morehead. :t t n 3 innings- off
'?. U rn lt H r *' 4 *n 7 innings Runs «nd
earned runs—Off Hacker. 4-3: off
Hearn. 0-0: off Morehead. 2-2: off |
Qualters. 0-0: off R Smith. 7-2. Win-!
5 ?rV.r Uc u"T R B D’" h d-S' Losing
Pilcher—Hacker (7-6). Time—2:lß [
j Attendance—l2.o2l. '
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