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WASHINGTON (MP-The 1964
Olympic Games in Tokyo may be
flashed by television to the Unit-
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munications satellite and jet
planes.
The Communications Satellite
Corporation (COMSAT) announc-
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Syncom III satellite to be launch-
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Then from Montreal, Canada,
jet planes would carry the video
tapes of the games to Europe for
telecast the same day.
Syncom III is to be launched
into a stationary or hovering or-
bit, 22,300 miles above the Pa-
cific. The National Aeronautics and
Space Administration will per-
form the launching without
charge.
COMSAT said it plans the
Olympic Game coverage-Oct. 10-
24--as an experimental, non-prof-
it venture-in compliance with a
State Department view that it
would be in the national interest.
COMSAT was created by Con-
gress to develop a commercial
communications satellite system.
It worked out its current plans
with the aid of the space agency,
Defense Department, and the Jap-
anese government.
Needed-besides the launch of
Syncom III-are permission to
modify the antenna at the naval
missile center, Point Mugu, Calif.
The Federal Communications
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cordance with a State Depart-
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in hours of COMSAT's announce-
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COMSAT will spend up to $250,-
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the total Olympic project not ex-
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supported by the Radio Corpora-
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Broadcasting Corporation.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Held hitless
through four innings, the New
York Yankees erupted for five
runs in the fifth inning, knock-
ed young right-hander Alan Koch
out of the box and went on to
defeat the Washington Senators
6-3 yesterday.
The victory, second straight over
the last place Senators, assured
the Yankees of retaining their per-
centage point hold on first place.
A bases-loaded triple by Joe
Pepitone was the key blow. It
came off Jim Hannan, who had
replaced Koch, after a two-run
double by Mickey Mantle and a
walk to Roger Maris. Hannan fill-
ed the bases with a pass to Tom-
my Tresh and Pepitone unloaded
them with a smash against the
bleacher wall in right center.
* * *
MILWAUKEE -- Light - hitting
Bobby Wine slammed his second
homer in two nights, a bases-
Ex-Chmp
Probing Clay
For Matcb
OSLO, Norway P) -- Former
heavyweight champion Floyd Pat-
terson said yesterday that Cassius
Clay had promised him a shot at
the title.
"I hope we can meet early in
1965," Patterson added, "that is,
if he keeps his promise."
Patterson, who won a decision
over Eddie Machen in Stockholm
July 6; is completing a series of
20 exhibitions in Norway and
4Sweden.
The former heavyweight king
said Clay promised before win-
ning the title from Sonny Liston
that he would give Patterson a
bout-if he ever won the cham-
pionship.

empty shot off Warren Spahn in
the seventh inning snapping a
1-1 tie and triggering National
League-leading Philadelphia to a
4-1 victory over Milwaukee last
night.
Wine's homer, only his fourth
df the season, also was his sec-
ond game-winning hit against the
Braves. Last night, after hitting
his homer, he singled home the
decisive run in the eighth inning.
* * *
SAN FRANCISCO - Rookie
Kal Lanier and Orlando Cepeda
hammered wrong field homers in
nearly the same spot to drive in
five San Francisco runs as the
Diants snapped a four-game win-
ning streak in beating the Cubs 7-3
yesterday.
Lanier smashed his second hom-
er of the season with two on in
the fifth and Cepeda drove his
17th with one on in the sixth.
Both homers went over the right,
field fence near the foul line
against right-hander Larry Jack-
son.
* * *
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL -
Rocky Colavito's second homer of
the night, a two-run blow in the
ninth inning, gave Kansas City
a 6-4 victory over Minnesota last
night and extended the Twins'
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

losing streak to seven games.
* * *
BOSTON-Al Kaline, Dick Mc-
Auliffe and Norm Cash each
homered and drove in two runs
apiece last night, powering De-
troit to an 8-6 victory over Boston.
Kaline hit his first homer since
June 14 in the first inning, and
McAuliffe followed with a blast
in the second. Cash homered into
the right field bleachers in the
sixth.
** *
CHICAGO-Willie Smith raced
home with the winning run in the
ninth inning as a Hoyt Wilhelm
pitch got by J. C. Martin for a
passed ball, boosting the Los An-
geles to a 3-2 victory over the
Chicago White Sox last night.
The Angels, held to three hits
in eight innings, trailed 2-1 going
into the ninth. Jim Fregosi singled
with one out and went to, second
when Wilhelm hit Smith with a
pitch. Bob Rodgers followed with
a single, driving in Fregosi with
the tying run and sending Smith
to third.
After Felix Torres grounded out
and with Lou Clinton at bat, Mar-
tin lost one of Wilhelm's pitches,
and Smith dashed home.
* * *
BALTIMORE - Pitcher Dick
Donovan slapped a two-run, tie-
breaking single as the Cleveland
Indians struck for four runs in

the eighth inning and defeated
Baltimore 7-4 last night for the
third straight time.
The loss, giving Baltimore an
8-9 record since the All-Star
Game, dropped the Orioles a full
game behiind the American
League-leading New York Yan-
kees, who defeated Washing-
ton, 6-3,
Donovan crossed up the Oriole
strategy after Woody Held was
purposely walked, loading the
bases with two out in the eighth,
Donovan, with only three hits in
26 previous trips, then broke the
3-3 tie.
* * *
ST. LOUIS -- Bill Mazeroski
drove in five runs and Willie
Stargell hit for the cycle with a
single, double, triple and homer
as Pittsburgh walloped St. Louis
13-2 last night with an 18-hit
attack.
Mazeroski batted in a run with
a sacrifice fly in the four-run
first inning, doubled home two
runs in the seventh and homered
following Stargell's double in the
ninth.
Stargell, only the second Na-
tional Leaguer to hit for the cycle
this season, tripled across two
runs in the first and homered in
the fifth. He singled in the sev-
enth and scored on Mazeroski's
double. Stargell walked in the
fourth in his other time at bat.

fourth in his other time at bat.

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

W
55
56
55
50
47
47
46
42
36

L
34
37
37
48
47
47
50
50
58

Pct. GB
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.602 1
.598 1%
.519 9%,4
.500 10x/2
.500 10x/
.479 12%
.457 14x/
.373 21%,
.367 23/

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HAVERFORD, Pa. P) - Top-
seeded Chuck McKinley, the de-
fending champion, advanced to the
quarterfinal round of the 65th an-
nual Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis
Championships yesterday after
being under considerable pressure.
McKinley, of San Antonio, Tex.,
rallied to defeat Raymond Moore,
the junior champion of South Af-
rica, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2.
Dennis Ralston, of Bakersfield,
Calif., Frank Froehling of Mi-
ami, Fla., and Eugene Scott, of
St. James, N.Y,, other top seed-
ed players, also advanced to the
quarter-finals.
Ralston overcame William Le-
noir, of Tucson, Ariz., 6-1, 9-E.
Froehling defeated Bisty Harri-
son, of Richmond, Va., 6-3, 6-2,
while Scott beat David Sanderlin
of El Cajon, Calif., 6-3, 9-7.
In the women's championships,
Mrs. Karen Hantze Susman, of
San Diego, Calif., No. 2 seeded,
reached the quarterfinal round
with a 6-3, 6-4 victory over Car-
ol Loop, of Arcadia, Calif.
Also reaching the quarterfinal
round in the women's division was
Kathleen Harter, of Seal Beach,
Calif. She defeated third-seeded
Judy Alvarez, of Tampa, Fla., 6-
3,6-4.
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Other women victors were Tory
Fretz, Harrisburg, Pa.; Carol
Hanks, St. Louis; and Justina
Bricka, also St. Louis.
Miss Fretz defeated Mary Ann
Eisel, the U.S. indoor champion
from St. Louis, 6-2, 6-1; Miss
Hanks beat Virginia Minor, of
Trenton, N.J., 6-1, 2-6, 6-0, and
Miss Bricka defeated Chris Saf-
ford, of Landsdowne, Pa., 6-4, 6-4.
In other mren's matches, Martin
Riessen, of %vanston, Ill., defeat-
ed Abe Segal, first foreign seeded
player from South Africa, 6-4,, 10-
8.
Arthur Ashe, Richmond, Va.,
rallied to defeat Clark Graebner,
Shaker Heights, Ohio, 5-7, 6-4,
6-4.
Charles Pasarell, of Puerto Ri-
co, ousted Patricio Rodriguez, of
Chile, 6-1, 6-2, and Ron Holm-
berf, of Brooklyn, eliminated sec-
and - seeded foreign contender
Premjit Lall, of India's Davis Cup
team, 13-11, 6-3.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Washington 3
Cleveland 7, Baltimore 4
Los Angeles 3, Chicago 2
Kansas City 6, Minnesota 4
Detroit 8, Boston 6
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at New York (t-1)
Cleveland at Baltimore (n)
Los Angeles at Chicago
Kansas City at Minnesota
Detroit at Boston
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Philadelphia 54 37 .693
San Francisco 55 40 .579
x-Cincinnati 51 42 .548
Pittsburgh 47 42 .528
Milwaukee 47 45 .512
St. Louis 47 46 .505
Chicago 46 46 .500
x-Los Angeles 45 47 .489
x-Houston 43 52 .453
x-New York 28 66 .3983
x-Played night game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 7, Chicago 3
Philadelphia 4, Milwaukee 1
Houstongat Los Angeles (ine)
Pittsburgh 13, St. Louis 2
New York at Cincinnati (ine)
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Milwaukee
Chicago at San Francisco
Pittsburgh at St. Louis
Houston at Los Angeles (n)
New York at Cincinnati (n)

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