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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Win over

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Ellsworth, gaining his 13th vic- in the second game after rookie
KANSAS CITY--A bases-load- tory against six defeats, broke up Willie Stargell's bases loaded ninth
Bd walk to Jerry Lumpe with two a scoreless duel with Ernie Brog- inning single gave the Pirates a
out in the bottom of the 12th in- lio by lining a bases-filled single 2-1 victory in the first game.
ning yesterday gave the Kansas through the middle for the Cubs' The defeats were the fourth and
City Athletics their first victory runs in the seventh. fifth in the last six games for the
of the season over the New York * * * National League defending cham-.
Yankees, 1l-10. Radatz Strikes Again pion Giants, who have dropped 14
The A's, who trailed in the LOS ANGELES---Frank Malzone of their last 23 decisions.
game five different times, pushed produced the deciding run with a
around the winning rn against poue h eiigrnwt
herontrol-troubleimn Bgutn' sixth-inning homer and depend- Walk Beats Braves
the control-troubled Jim Bouton able Dick Radatz came out of the CINCINNATI - Ken Walters
without a hit. , bullpen to save another game as drew a bases-loaded walk in the
hWins Own Game Boston defeated the Los Angeles last of the 12th inning, forcing
Ellsworth Angels, 2-1, yesterday. across the run that gave the Cin-
ST. LOUIS - Southpaw Dick It was the fifth victory for the cinnati Reds a 4-3 decision over
Ellsworth and reliever Lindy Mc- Red Sox in their last seven games the Milwaukee Braves last night.
Daniel combined for a five-hit and the 12th loss for the Angels * * *
shutout as the Chicago Cubs de- in their last 14. Colts, Mets Split
feated the St. Louis Cardinals, 2-0, * * * NEW YORK -- Don Nottebart
yesterday. Senators Beat Bunning pitched a four-hitter for his first
WASHINGTON-Home runs by triumph since his May 17 no-hit-
Chuck Hinton and Bobo Osborne ter as the Houston Colts gained an
face S Igns accounted for five of the Wash- 8-0 victory and a split in yester-
ington Senators' runs yesterday as day's twi-night doubleheader with
W they outslugged the Detroit Tigers, New York.
{n s 11-6, in the only game of their The Mets won the first game,
rain-abbreviated series. 14-5, to snap a 15-game losing
* * * streak.*
FAIRFIELD, Conn. (P) - Jim Indians Get Bombed * *
Pace, Michigan's All-America half- MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL - Phillies Edge Dodgers
back in 1957, signed with the New Two-ruh homers by Earl Battey, PHILADELPHIA - Bob Oldis
York football Giants yesterday. Don Mincher and Harmon Kille- singled home Don Demeter from
Allie Sherman, Giants' head brew powered Minnesota to a 13-1 second base with one out in the
poach, made the announcement at crushing of Cleveland yesterday as bottom of the 11th inning to give
the opening of New York's rookie the Twins continued their homer the Philadelphia Phillies a 5-4
camp at Fairfield. barrage against Indian pitching, victory over the National League
Pace, an outstanding Wolverine * * * leading Los Angeles Dodgers last
ball-carrier, had brief tryouts with Giants Drop Pair night.
San Francisco and Washington be- PITTSBURGH-The Pittsburgh * * *
fore he was sidelined with a bad Pirates swept a twi-night dou- Peters One-Hits Birds
knee. A thorough physical check- bleheader from slumping San CHICAGO--Rookie lefthander
up by the Giants showed him in Francisco last night as Joe Gib- Gary Peters pitched a masterful
top condition now. bon pitched them to a 4-1 victory one-hitter and struck out 13 last
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night, firing the Chicago White
Sox to a 4-0 victory over the Bal-
timore Orioles with home run sup-
port from J. C. Martin and Tom
McGraw.
Peters allowed just one base,
runner, opposing pitcher Robin
Roberts with a two-out single in
the third inning.
Majo Legue*
Jtan""ng

By The Associated Press
RIVER FOREST, Ill. - Michi-
gan's number-one singles player
this year, Ray Senkowski of Ham-
tramck, advanced through the first
round of the National Clay Court
Tennis Tournament yesterday.
He defeated Jerry Budzelek of
Gary, Ind., 6-3, 7-5, as only three
of the eight seeded men players
competed in yesterday's opening
matches.
It was a different story for
Harry Fauquier, Michigan's cap-
tain and number-two player, how-
ever. Fauquier, the 5'6" scrapper
from Toronto, was ousted from the
tourney by Cliff Richey of Dallas,
6-3, 6-1.

AMERICANI
New York
Boston
Chicago
Minnesota
Baltimore
Cleveand
Los Angeles
Detroit
Washington

LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
54 33 .621 -
49 39 .557 5%2
50 40 .556 5
49 41 .544 62
50 43 .538 7
46 44 .511 9V2
43 50 .462 14
36 49 424 17
32 58 .390 232

YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Minnesota 13, Cleveland 1
Washington 11, Detroit 6
Kansas City 11, New York 10
Boston 2, Los Angeles 1
Chicago 4, Baltimore 0
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Los Angeles (n)
Boston at Kansas City (n)
New York at Minnesota (n)
Washington at Chicago (n)
Baltimore at Detroit (n)

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Chicago
San Fra
St. Lou
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Pittsbu
Philade
Houston
New Yo

NATIONAL LEAGUE
geles 55 34 .6
49 40 .5
ancisco 49 42 .
is 49 42 .5
ati 48 44
ikee 47 43 .5
rgh 46 43 .
lphia 44 46 .4
n 36 58 .
rk 30 61 .

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538 7
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517 9
489 111/2
383 212
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Difficulty in adjusting to a new
CicnatI 4, MiLaukee 3 playing surface almost sent the
Pittsburgh 2-4, San Francisco 1-1 runner-up in the Wimbledon and
Philadelphia 5, Los Angeles 4 winner of the Irish championship
New York 14-0, Houston 5-8 on grass, Billie Jean Moffitt, to
TODAY'S GAMES the sidelines in the women's com-
Houston at New York petition.
Milwaukee at Chicagopeion
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (2, t-n) The 19-year-old Long Beach,
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (2, t-n) Calif., player, seeded number two,
St. Louis at Cincinnati (n) was pressed to defeat Jean Danilo-
SPORTS SHORTS:
Court Rules for 'Look'
In Cepeda's Libel Suit
By The Associated Press
Liston appeared in trim shape
SAN FRANCISCO - Orlando and completely relaxed for his ti-
Cepeda's one-million dollar libel tle defense next Monday against
suit against Look magazine was ex-champion Floyd Patterson.
dismissed yesterday by U.S. Dis- * * .
trict Judge Lloyd H. Burke. Retzlaff To Play, Coach
He ruled the article in question HERSHEY, Pa.-End Pete Retz-
about the San Francisco first base- laff, 32, signed yesterday with the
man was not libelous on its face. Philadelphia Eagles as a coach of
Cepeda's attorneys said the ar- the team ends-the first player-
ticle claimed Cepeda was temper- coach in the history of the Na-
amental, had let his fellow play- tional Football League club.
ers down in last year's pennant
drive, was jealous of outfielder
Willie Mays.
Schayes Retires
PHILADELPHIA - Do1ph Wed
Schayes, who has scored more
points in professional basketball
than any other player, retired yes-
terday to coach the team for which
he has starred since 1948.
The 35-year-old 6'8" Schayes
signed a two-year contract to
coach Philadelphia's still unnam- *
ed entry in the National Basket-.*C r
ball Association. *
** **
Liston Relaxed
LAS VEGAS - Heavyweight
champion Sonny Liston worked
out the equivalent of 13 rounds
of boxing yesterday and then join-
ed sportswriters for an interview
that was more humorous than ser- *
ious. *
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