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WIMBLEDON FINALS:

McKinley To Meet Aussie

Mulligan of Australia was beaten
by Laver.
Stolle and Bob Jewitt, also of
Australia, won the doubles in
1962.
McKinley Bats 1.000
McKinley, fourth seeded, has
not lost a set 'in six matches. He
started fast against an obviously
nervous Bungert-bidding to be
the first German in the finals
since Gottfried von Cramm in
1937-and was out of command
only briefly, in the third set.
McKinley served well and play-
ed his best tennis of the tourna-
ment against Bungert.
"I watched Bungert play against
Emerson," McKinley Said. "Emmo
had trouble with his first service
and Bungert returned the second
one very well. So I decided to con-
centrate on getting my first ser-
vice in. I thought I served well."
The German praised McKinley's
service, too.
"He was so quick I couldn't tell
if he planned to serve to the fore-
hand or the backhand," he said.
Stolle, who at 6'3" stands about
half a foot taller than McKinley,
packs a powerful serve. He knock-
ed out Frank Froehling, the
American number two, on his way
to the finals, and polished off
Santana with a mixture of fine
net volleys and clever lobs.
Santana Favored Early
Santana had been rated the
favorite for the title after Bun-
gert put out top-seeded Roy Em-
erson in the quarter-finals. The
German had earlier beaten the
number eight seed, Mike Sang-
ster of Britain.
Stolle's win meant that an Aus-
tralian will figure in the Wimble-
don final for the eighth straight
year, an unprecedented string for
one country since the early days
of Wimbledon around the turn of
the century.

Doubles play occupied the rest
of yesterday's schedule. The team
of Darlene Hard of Long Beach,
Calif., and Maria Bueno of Brazil
trade it to the semifinals in the
women's doubles, 6-2, 6-1, over
Robyn Lesh, Australia, and Jen-
nifer Trewby of Britain.
Mexicans Make Semi's
In men's doubles, Rafael Osuna
and Antonio Palafox of Mexico
gained a place in the semifinals
with a 6-3, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 win over
young Australian left - handers
Tony Roche and Owen Davidson.
The Mexicans will play the un-
seeded British combination of
Billy Knight and Mike Sangster
in the semi's.
Emerson and Santana, the num-
ber two combination, are the only
seeded team left in the men's
doubles.

Open' Play
To Narrow
Field of 261
LYTHAM AND ST. ANNES, Eng-
land (P)-Fifteen Americans pre-
pared yesterday for qualifying
stages today and tomorrow for the
British Open Golf Championship
to be decided here next week.
They are among 261 golfers call-
ed on to qualify for the privilege
of joining 44 exempted players in
the championship.
The exempted players included
defending champion Arnold Palm-
er, who is trying for his third
straight title; Jack Nicklaus, reign-
ing U.S. Masters champion; and
Gary Player; the South African
who is fifth in the United States'
money-winning list.
A total of 76 players will qualify
making a total entry for the Brit-
ish Open of 120.

SEA':2E MP-The lithe young
collegian who has vaulted higher
than anyone else in the world lay
in a hospital bed yesterday, par-
alyzed and numb from the neck
down, his career ended and his
life in danger,
Brian Sternberg, 20-year-old
Washington sophomore, remained
in critical condition after suffer-
ing dislocation of a cervical vert-
ebra and possible damage to his
spinal cord in a Trampoline acci-
dent" Tuesday night.
University Hospital said in a
medical bulletin that Sternberg's
condition has not changed and it
will be another 24 to 36 hours be-
fore it can be determined if the
paralysis is permament.
No Surgery Planned
"No surgery is planned at this
time," the bulletin said. "He is
paralyzed from the neck down and

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:_
Aaron's 23rd Paces Braves

By The Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO-Henry Aaron
slammed his 23rd home run to
spark a six-run sixth inning up-
rising for Milwaukee as the Braves
overcame San Francisco, 6-5, yes-
terday.
Three home runs staked Giant
starter Jack Sanford to a 4-0 lead
--Willie Mays' 16th in the second
inning, Harvey Kuenn's third with
one aboard in the third and Willie
McCovey's 19th in the fifth.
Sanford carried a two-hitter in-
to the sixth but Lee Maye opened
with a double.
* * *
Tigers Stop Twins' Streak
DETROIT-Jim Bunning, with
home run support from Dick Mc-

Sternberg Lies Paralyzed;
Fear Injury to Spinal Cord

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Auliffe and Norm Cash, stopped
the Minnesota Twins' eight-game
winning streak yesterday by pitch-
ing the Detroit Tigers to a 7-5
victory.
The defeat dropped the second-
place Twins four games behind
the New York Yankees in the
American League pennant race.
Bunning entered the nanth with
a four-hitter and had struck out
11. He weakened after the Twins
scored two runs and Terry Fox
preserved his victory. Fox gdt the
final out with the bases loaded.
* * *
Orioles Jump on Chance
BALTIMORE - A three-run
third inning built around Bob
Johnson's two-run single and an

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OLD HEIDELBDERG

error by Leon Wagner carried the
Baltimore Orioles to a 3-1 victory
over the Los Angeles Angels last
night.
Baltimore jumped on Angel
starter Dean Chance in the third
after Albie Pearson's homer in
the top of the inning had given
Los Angeles a 1-0 lead.
Luis Aparicio got the Orioles
started with a double and Russ
Snyder beat out a. slow grounder.
Milt Pappas, 7-4, scattered nine
hits for the victory and left 10
Angels stranded. Chance is 6-8.
* * *
Kubek, Yanks Trip Sox
NEW YORK - Tony Kubek's
single to right field scored Hector
Lopez with the winning run in
the last of the ninth yesterday as
the New York Yankees made it
two in a row over the Chicago
White Sox, 5-4.
Jim Brosnan had taken over for
the Sox, who tied the score in the
top of the ninth on sloppy Yank
defense and wildness by Hal Ren-
iff. With one out, Lopez singled to
left. Clete Boyer flied out but
Reniff walked.
The Yanks took a 4-3 lead into
the ninth when their defense sud-
denly collapsed.
Radatz Wins Eighth
CLEVELAND-The Boston Red
Sox broke a 2-2 tie with four runs
in the ninth inning yesterday and
beat the Cleveland Indians, 6-2,
giving ace reliever Dick Radatz
his eighth victory.
Radatz struck out six of the
11 batters he faced.
Chuck Schilling blooped a double
to center with one out in the ninth
off Bob Allen and scored the tie-
breaking run on Gary Geiger's
single.
Mets Drop Fifth Straight
CHICAGO-The Chicago Cubs
rode an eight-run third inning to
a 9-2 conquest of the New York
Mets yesterday, with lefty Dick
Ellsworth winning his 11th game.
It was the Mets' fifth straight
loss.
The Cubs sent 12 batters to the
plate to account for their second
biggest inning of the season,
blending six hits with three walks
off a trio of New York pitchers.
Chicago's previous high inning
was 10, also against the Mets.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

cannot feel anything below the
neck. He is still in traction."
Only his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold O. Sternberg of Seattle,
have been allowed to see him.
Sternberg, who has a pole vault
mark of 16'8" upforrecognition
as a world record, was injured in
a freak accident during a gym-
nastics workout. The vault was set
at the Compton, Calif., Relays
June 7,
NCAA, AAU Champ
He won the NCAA pole vault-
ing crown at 16'4/" on June 15
and the Amateur Athletic Union
championship at 16'4" on June 21,
his 20th birthday.
Sternberg is a varsity letterman
in gymnastics and a devotee of
the Trampoline, which he used as
an aid to his vaulting. He was
rated one of the top ten Tram-
polinists in the nation.
He was executing, a flif is, or
double back somersault with a
swist, when he apparently lost
control of his body while 14 feet
in the air and fell heavily, land-
ing on the back of his head and
neck.
Done It Before
Eric Hughes, Washington gym-
nastics coach, said it was a diffi-
cult stunt, but Sternberg had done
it several times just before the
accident.
"He did not lose consciousness,"
Hughes said. "He was coherent.
He said all he felt was an ache
at the back of his neck. He asked
us not to move him."
Hughes telephoned the hospital
for a neurosurgeon and an ambu-~
lance.
Sternberg was to have headed
the pole vaulting contingent on
the American track and field team
named to compete against the
R'_ssians in Moscow July 20-21.
His place on the team will be
offered to Ron Morris, 1962 AAU
champion, who finished third in
the '63 meet at St. Louis. Morris
is now in Europe to compete in
the third World Athletic Games
at Helsinki, Finland, today and
tomorrow.
SPORTS SHORTS:
Rookie's 66
Takes Lead
At Canada
By The Associated Press
TORONTO-Slender young Ed
Moehling, a rookie on the pro-
fessionalcircuit, stroked a blister-
ing five-under-par 66 yesterday
and took a three-stroke lead in
the first round of the Canadian
Open Golf Tournament.
Moehling, who has earned only
$250 in official money winnings
this year, was trailed by three vet-
eran touring pros. Doug Ford, for-
mer PGA and Masters champ;
Tommy Aaron, a playoff loser at
Cleveland Monday; and Fred Haw-
kins of El Paso, Tex., each came
in with a 69.
* * *
Mazeroski, Barber Injured
CLEVELAND-Bill Mazeroski of
Pittsburgh and Steve Barber of
Baltimore will both miss the All-
Star game here Tuesday, club of-
ficials announced yesterday.
Mazeroski, the National League's
starting second-baseman, has not
played regularly since mid-June
because of a leg injury and was
replaced on the roster by Larry
Jackson, Chicago Cubs pitcher.
Barber, one of seven pitchers
named for the American League,
will be out of action for a week or
10 days because of a torn muscle
in his right leg. Barber injured the
leg in a first-base collision Tues-
day night with Los Angeles' Paul
Foytack.
* * *
Questad Wins 100, 200
MOSCOW-Larry Questad, 19-
year-old Stanford sprinter, scored
a double at the Znamensky

Brothers track meet yesterday,
winning the 200 meters in :20.9
and the 100 in :10.3.
He was one of a group of for-
eign entrants in the meet being
staged to pick the Russian team
for the meet with the United
States here July 20-21.

USED CARS
TRIUMPH - TR-3, body and engine
excellent. $1275. Call NO 3-9176. N4
1960 FIAT Sports Convertible. Excel-
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FOR SALE
HI FI-Garrard RC-88 changer, Picker-
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12TRXB speaker in Argos enclosure,
Knight 30 W Mono. integrated Amp-
Pre-Amp. Will sell together or sepa-
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Jim at NO 2-9890. B4
MUSICAL MDSE.,
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PARKING ON ASHLEY ST.
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 6, Cleveland 2
New York 5, Chicago 4
Detroit 7, Minnesota 5
Baltimore 3, Los Angeles 1
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York (2)
Minnesota at Detroit (2)
Boston at Cleveland (2)
Kansas City at Washington (2)
Los Angeles at Baltimore (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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x-Los Angeles 45 32 .584
x-St. Louis 45 33 .557
San Francisco 45 35 .563
x-Cincinnati 43 35 .551
Chicago 42 35 .545
Milwaukee 39 39 .500
Pittsburgh 38 40 .487
Philadelphia 36 43 .4563
x-Houston 30 50 .3753
New York 29 50 .3671
x-Played night game.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 6, San Francisco 5
Chicago 9, New York 2
Cincinnati at Houston (inc)
St. Louis at Los Angeles (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Los Angeles (n)
Milwaukee at San Francisco
Cincinnati at Houston (2, t-n)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2)
New. York at Chicago (2)

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