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1VKnrJEZra i i at z. j1 j .uTUESDAY, JULY 2
'65 PGA Gives Palmer MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
' Home Course Advantage! Cubs Nip Giants on Homer

By The Associatod Pr~r

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SAN FRANCISCO-Ron Santo's
three-run ninth inning homer
pulled the Chicago Cubs to a 6-4
victory over San Francisco yes-
terday.
Giant starter Bob Bolin took a
4-2 lead into the ninth, the result
of back-to-back fifth inning
homers by Orlando Cepeda and
Del Crandall. But Bob Shaw re-
placed Bolin with no one out after
pinch hitter Doug Clemens reach-
ed base on Hal Lanier's error and
Billy Williams beat out an infield
hit.
Major League
Standings

Santo greeted Shaw with his
18th home run, an opposite fieldE
shot to right.
S * *a
BOSTON - Don Wert doubledf
across the tie-breaking run after
Dick McAuliffe pulled the Tigers
even with a two-run homer in the
eighth inning and Detroit edged
Boston 7-5 last night,
McAuliffe, who hit three homers
in the last series between the
teams, hit his 17th into the right
field stands off loser Bob Heffner,
tying it 5-5. Bill Freehan then
singled before Wert drove in the
clincher.
M * *
CHICAGO--Don Buford slam-
med a homer, triple and single.
driving in four runs, and Fred
Talbot scattered nine hits as the
streaking Chicago White Sox
moved to within one-half game
of the American League lead by
walloping the Los Angeles Angels
9-0 last night.
With the two rookies supplying
the impetus, the White Sox breez-
ed to their fifth straight victory
and ninth in 11 games while con-

tinuing to close in on first-place
Baltimore.
Buford tripled and scored in the
first inning, capped a four-run
rally in the sixth inning with a
three-run homer and then wound
up a four-run rally in the seventh
inning with a run-producing
single.
CINCINNATI-Two-run homers
by Tommy Harper and Don Pav-
l"etich powered the third-place
Cincinnati Reds to a 6-2 victory
over National League leading
Philadelphia last night and to
within 212 games of the front-
running Phillies.
The Reds snapped the tie in the
sixth when Pavletich walked Leo
Cardenas double and Boros trip-
led. Pavletich then put it out of
reach by hitting his homer in the
eighth after a single by frank
Robinson.
SOFTBALL SCORES
(Playoffs)
Adams House 13, Bloops 10

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Baltimore
Chicago
New York
Minnesota
Detroit
Los Angeles
Boston
Cleveland
Washington
Kansas City

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53
47
46
47
45
39
36
34

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Pct. GB
.622 --
.619 8
.511 1z
.511 10
.500 11
.495 11%A
.478 13
.438 16/
.375 23
.370 23

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 7, Boston 5
Chicago 9, Los Angeles 0
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at New York (n)
Kansas City at Minnesota (n)
Detroit at Boston (n)
Cleveland at Baltimore (2-tn)
Los Angeles at Chicago (2-tn)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Philadelphia
San Francisco
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
x-Los Angeles
Chicago
x-Houston
New York

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52
54
51
47
45
47
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Pet. GB
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.581 -
.554 2%
.522 5
.517 6
.516 6
.500 72
.500 7
.411 13
.290 27

x-Played night game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 6, San Francisco 4
Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia 2
Houston at Los Angeles (inc)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at San Francisco (n)
New York at Cincinnati,(n)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (n)
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (n)
Houston at Los Angeles (n)
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