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Aussies Nip Mexico in
American Zone Match
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By The Associated Press
MEXICO CITY - Fred Stolle
and Roy Emerson won singles vic-
tories yesterday and sent Aus-
tralia into the final round of the
American Zone Davis Cup com-
petition with a 4-1 triumph over
Stolle, a newcomer to Davis Cup
play this year, clinched the series
for the Aussies when he whipped
Antonio Palafox 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 in
the opening match of the final
Emerson, restored to g o o d
standing just in time for the
meeting with Mexico after a sus-
pension for breaking travel regu-
lations, defeated Rafael Osuna
6-3, 6-4, 11-9.
Australia now goes against
Chile, a somewhat weaker oppo-
nent, in the American Zone final
round. If they win, as expected,
the Aussies will qualify for the
interzone final against either
Sweden or the Philippines.
Sweden 'won the European Zone
t i t 1 e yesterday by defeating
Osuna scored Mexico's only
point when he beat Stolle Satur-
day. Victory in a hard-fought
doubles match Sunday gave the
Aussies the edge going into the
Stolle never was in trouble after
he broke Palafox the first time
the Mexican served. He played a
calm, determined game and wentj
on to take it without difficulty.
Palafox tried to fight back from
a love-40 deficit on his serve in
the first game of the second set,
and managed to tie it at deuce
only to lose on a double fault.'
Stolle broke Palafox' serve again
in the fifth game and allowed the
Mexican only one point -- on a,
double fault-in the next game.
Stolle kept Palafox continually
behind in the third set and in the
fifth game broke his serve to go
* * * ,
BAASTAD, Sweden - Sweden
'swamped France in the last two
matches of the European Zone
Davis Cup final yesterday, win-
ning the series 4-1 and advancing
to the interzone semifinal round.
Jan Erik Lundquist, Sweden's,
top player, crushed France's best,,
Pierre Darmon, 3-6, 7-5, 6-4, 6-1
in the key match. Then business-
man Ulf Schmidt completed the
job by trouncing Pierre Barthes,
a young and promising but inex-
perienced Frenchman, 6-2, 6-4,
Lundquist and Schmidt, the
same pair who carried Sweden to
the European Zone title in 1962
but lost to Britain in the European
final last year, had just about
wrapped it up with their easy
doubles victory Sunday. Lundquist
won the opening singles from
Barthes Friday but Darmon beat'
Sweden will meet the Philip-
pines, the Eastern Zone winner,
here Aug. 14-16 in the interzone
final. The winner of that series
will meet the American Zone win-
ner in a final series to determine
the challenger for the cup. I
The wiry 30-year-old Darmon,
handicapped by a slightly strained
thigh muscle, gave Lundquist a
scrap for two sets before the lanky
Swede got his game under control.
Playing. aggressively with bold
rushes to the net, the Frenchman.
took the first set easily and led
3-0 and 5-3 in the second.
Lundquist pulled out the secondj
set, then began driving Darmon
back with long, hard drives from
the baseline and accurate lobs,
The turning point came in the
10th game of the third set.
Darmon apparently was tiring,
but he gained a 40-30 lead on his
own service. He banged a smash
into the net for deuce and fought'
off set point three times before
Lundquist took the game. The
final set lasted only 15 minutes
as Darmon appeared stiff and
hampered by his injury.
Emerson, who had his suspen-
sion lifted by the Australian Lawn
Tennis Association last month af-'
ter he had pledged to abide by
their rulings in the future, -took
only 48 minutes to subdue the
slumping Osuna. The restoration
of Emerson by the AL4TA gave
Australian Davis Cup chances a
By The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH - Bob Bailey
slapped a run-producing single up
the middle in the last of the ninth
inning, giving the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates a 3-2 victory over the San
Francisco Giants last night.
The loss dropped the second-
place Giants two games behind the
National League - leading Phila-
delphia Phillies, who were rained
Bill Mazeroski got the winning
rally underway with one out in
the ninth when he singled to right
off reliever Billy O'Dell. Dick
Schofield followed with another
single that mioved Mazeroski toj
At this point, rookie John Pre-
genzer replaced O'Dell on the
mound. Pregenzer got Manny Mota
to hit into a force out but Bailey
came through with the game-.
Bailey had collected a key triple
in the eighth inning when the
Pirates, shut out on five hits forI
seven innings by Bob Bolin, struck
for two runs and tied the score.
Jose Pagan had been involved in
both San Francisco runs, beating
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out an infield hit and scorlr
first in the fifth inning,
driving in the second with a
fice fly in the sixth inning.
. * *
Vic Davalillo each slammed
hits in Cleveland's 14-hit
yesterday, leading the Indi:
a 4-2 triumph over the Wa
Dick Donovan picked u
sixth victory against seven
with relief help from Luis
in the ninth.
Cleveland broke a 2-2 tie
fourth on Chico Salmon's c
Davalillo's infield single anc
Moran's sacrifice fly. Anoth(
scored in the fifth on Hc
single, a passed ball, an :
out and Joe Azcue's single.
Cleveland scored twice i
first inning off starter
Kreutzer on singles by V
Held and Bob Chance sands
around Howser's dou le.
The Senators tied it in the
oi three hits. Ed Brinkma:
gled and went to second
Leon Wagner fumbled the
Don Blasingame doubled to
Brinkman and Blasingame
around when Fred Valentin
out a slow roller to first.
CHICAGO (A-) - Bobby
former Wisconsin champion
Milwaukee, shot a six-unde
32-33-65 yesterday to top
fiers for the Western Oper
A field of 200 nonexempt
ers aimed for about 30 pla
make up a field of 156 ifo
$50,000-plus tournament 'I
Brue, 28, now assistant i
Green Acres, Northbrook, Ill
31 putts in touring the 36-
par Tam O'Shanter Golf
Roy Pac, 23-year-old pro
Longview, Tex., who has be
the money circuit only
months, shot a 32-34-66.
Two others to break 70
Archie Dadian, a Milwuake
with 33-36-69, and 23-ye;
Steve Spray, an Indianola,
amateur with 35-34-69.
All of golf's big names we
the exempt list. They will be
ticing today and will go .ina
am event tomorrow.
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A t Hospital
CINCINNATI (P) - Manager
Fred Hutchinson of the Cincinnati
Reds went home from Christ Hos-.
pital yesterday but there was no
word as to when he may return to
active duty with his ball club.
Hutchinson, 44, had been in the
hospital a week for tests in con-
nection with a cancer condition in
his chest which first was discover-
ed last January. He entered the'
hospital after suffering back
Dr. George Ballou, the Reds'
team physician and ball club of-
ficials declined to say what the
Dr. Ballou said Hutchinson's re-
turn to the club depends on how
he feels after he has an opportun-
ity to relax at home. Coach Dick
Sisler currently is in charge of the
ball club which will open a home
stand against Milwaukee here to-
The Reds are in third place, 41/2
games behind league-leading Phil-
The cancer condition was found
when Hutchinson went to his
home town of Seattle, Wash., at
the beginning of the year. His
brother, Dr. William Hutchinson,
directed a series of treatments at
Swedish Hospital in Seattle and
the manager was able to rejoin
the Reds for the start of spring
He has made two brief trips
back to Seattle and the only word
on those occasions was that fur-
ther treatment was not needed.
Until he suddenly left the club
after a doubleheader on July 25,
Hutchinson had carried a full load
of work although he admittedly
had taken things easier on in-
structions from his doctors.
He publicly mentioned his back
pains about ten days before he
entered the hospital here.
Dr. Ballou said Sunday there
are no plans "at the present time"
for Hutchinson to return to Seattle
New York. 63 38
x-Baitimore 65 40
Chicago 64 40
x-Las Angeles 56 53
Boston 52 54
Minnesota 50 55
Detroit 51 57.
Cleveland 48 58
Kansas City 40 65
Washington 41 70
x--Played night game.
Cleveland 4, Washington 2
Baltimore at Los Angeles (inc)
only games scheduled
Boston at MinnesotaG(n)
New York at Kansas City (n)
Washington at Cleveland (n)
Baltimore at LosAngeles (n)
Detroit at Ciicago (A)
Pittsburgh 3, San Francisco 2
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (rain)
Only games scheduled
.Miiwaukee at Cincinnati (2-tn),
San Francisco at New York (n)
Chicago at St. Louis (n)
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (n)
Only games scheduled
Czech Beats Discus Mark by Five Fe
By The Associated Press
P R A G U E, Czechoslovakia -
Ludvik Danek, the Czech who
snapped the decades-old American
domination of the discus throw by
setting a world record in the event
Sunday, only began to make pro-
gress three years ago.
For five years before that, the
27-year-old Danek was only a
mediocre discus thrower, accord-
ing to the Prague sports news-
paper, Rude Pravo.
In 1961 he began to move into
world class. A year ago Danek
broke the 60 meter-196 feet, 10
Last May he set. a European
record of 62.45 meter--204 feet,
Then at a track meet at Turnov
Sunday, Danek threw the discus
64.55 meters-211 feet, 9/ inches
--more than five feet past the
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record mark of Al Oerter of New
Oerter has a listed record of
206-5%, and a pending mark a
half-inch farther. He won the
Olympic gold medal in both 1956
* * *
Four American Wins
LONDON - Mike Larrabee, the
American 400 meter champion
from Los Angeles, trimmed coun-
tryman Ollan Cassell of Nutley,
N.J., in 46.2 seconds yesterday in
an international meet at Londonf's
The meet, high point of the
track season here, drew 30,000.
The victory for the 30-year-old'
Larrabee was his third in five tries
over Cassell this season. George
Kerr of Jamaica was third.
Three other Americans also
scored victories before the .big
crowd. Bill Hardin of Baton
Rouge, La., took the 400 meter
hurdles, Hayes Jones of Detroit
won the 110 meter high hurdles
and Morgan Groth of Martinez,
Calif., captured the 800 meters.
Witold Baran of Poland got the
most cheers when he set a Euro-
pean record of 3:56 in the mile.
The next two men also were under
four minutes-John Whetton of
Britain in 3:58.9 and Basil Clif-
ford of Ireland in 3:59.8. Cary-
Weisiger of Camp Pendleton,
Calif., was fourth in 4:00.3.
Hardin was timed in 50.3 in the
400 hurdles. Jones' winning time
was 14.0 seconds, and Groth won
In the pole vault, John Cramer
of Seattle cleared 15-7, the same
as winner Rikko Anko of Finland,
but settled for second place on
more misses .n
Ottis Burrell of Los Angeles got
third in thehigh jump at 6 feet-8.
The winner was E. Czernik of
Poland, who jumped 7-11/.
Hardin, Larrabee, Cassell and
Kerr combined in a 1,600 meter
relay team that was nipped by
inches by a British team anchored
by star 400 meter runner Robbie
Brightwell, in 3:05.
* * *
CARACAS, Venezuela - Sprint
star Arquimedes Herrera was re-
stored to Venezuela's Olympic
track team yesterday after beat-
ing the Olympic record for 100
meters and tying the record for
Herrera had been dropped from
the team last week for refusing to
practice with it.
In a local track meet Sunday
he ran the 100 in 10.1 seconds-
one tenth under the Olympic rec-
ord-and the 200 in 20.5.
The Venezuelan Athletic Feder-
ation promptly announced he had
been forgiven for his previous lack
of discipline and put Herrera back
on the team.
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