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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THJIR

AJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
Mays Homers Beat Mets

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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Willie Mays, who
wasn't in the starting line-up un-
til five minutes before game time,
crashed two home runs and led
the San Francisco Giants to a 4-1
victory over the New York Mets
last night.
Mays wa.s nursing a bad cold
and was not in the original line-
up made out by Giant Manager
Alvin Dark. But just before the
game started, Mays decided to
play.
"These guys are trying to get
Dark fired," the Giant captain
said. "I shouldn't be playing, but
I'm doing it only to help the
manager,"
Mays' first homer came in the
fourth inning and triggered a two-
run San Francisco rally which
gave the Giants the lead. It was
Willie's first home run in 17 games
and the first hit by a Giant play-
er in Shea Stadium this season.
Willie McCovery made it 3-1
with his 15th homer in the seventh
inning and then Mays connected
again in the eighth.
The homers gave Mays, the Na-
tional League leader, 31 for the
season.
Dark has been under fire for
racial remarks attributed to him
which appeared in a Long Island
newspaper. The Giant manager
said he had been misquoted and
held a meeting with his players
before Wednesday's game to ex-
plain his position.
The Associated Press quoted a
Giants' official Tuesday as saying
Dark's dismissal as manager might
be imminent although it had no-
thing to do with the racial ques-
tion.
Ron Herbe went the distance
for the Giants, scattering six hits.
The Mets got their only run in
the third on Joe Christopher's
sacrifice fly.
PITTSBURGH - Roberto Cle-
mente's run-producing single with
two out in the ninth capped a
two-run rally that gave the Pitts-
burgh Pirates a 4-3 victory over
the Los Angeles Dodgers last night.
The Pirates, who went into the
ninth trailing 3-2, immediately
tied it when Jim Pagliaroni hit
an opposite field homer off Dodger
reliever Ron Perranoski.
Dick Schofield then singled and
Bob Miller replaced Perranoski.
After Bob Bailey walked, Clemen-
te came through with his game-
winning hit.
* , *
CLEVELAND - The Cleveland
Indians cracked 12 hits including
back to back home runs by Chico
S5almon and Leon Wagner and
,routedthe Washington Senators
9-0 last night.E
Salmon belted his first big
league homer with a man on in
the fourth and Wagner followed
with his 27th homer to give the
Indians a 3-0 lead.
Cleveland added two runs in
the sixth on singles by Bob
Chance, Vic Davalillo and Joe
Azcue and a passed ball. The In-
dians got four more in the sev-
enth with Wagner and Azcue each
knocking in two runs with singles.
Lee Stange and Gary Bell com-
bined for the seven hit shutout
with Stange working the first 63
innings and Bell finishing up.
Stange got the victory, his fifth
against 11 losses. Al Koch, the
first of five Senator pitchers, lost
it. He is 3-7.
CINCINNATI-Eddie Mathews
clubbed a two-run homer in the
eighth inning triggering a five-
run Milwaukee rally that gave the
Braves a 6-3 victory over the Cin-
cinnati Reds last night.
Ed Bailey opened the Braves'
eighth with a pinch single and,
after Mathews cracked his 15th
homer to put Milwaukee in front,

four straight hits produced three
more runs.
Hank Aaron, Rico Carty and
Joe Torre singled, knocking out
Reds' starter John Tsitouris. Fe-
lipe Alou greeted relief pitcher
Ryne Duren with another hit.

The spree rubbed out a 2-1
Cincinnati lead built on Don Pav-
letich's fourth homer in the sec-
ond inning and Frank Robinson's
run-producing single in the third.
* * *
ST. LOUIS-Bill White hit a
three-run homer and Bob Hum-
phreys sparkled in relief last night
as the St. Louis Cardinals defeat-
ed the Chicago Cubs 4-2.
White wiped out a 2-1 Chicago
lead with his 14th home run in the
fifth inning. Bob Buhl walked
Julian Javier and gave up a single
to Lou Brock before White con-
nected.
Humphreys replaced starting
pitcher Gordon Richardson, the
winner, with two on and none out
in the sixth inning and shut the
Cubs out the rest of the way.
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL-The
Minnesota Twins rifled three home
runs last night, including back-
to-back shots by Tony Oliva and
Harmon Killebrew (number 38)
to beat the Boston Red Sox 6-1.
Oliva and Killebrew connected
in the first inning to give pitcher
Camilo Pascual, 11-8, all the mar-
gin he needed to win. Pascual gave
up only three hits, one of them a
home run by Boston outfielder
Carl Yastremski in the third in-
ning.
* * *

second of the year and third of'
his career, capped a five-run
fourth inning uprising that trig-
gered the Kansas City Athletics to
a 10-1 victory over the New York
Yankees last night.
Orlando Pena pitched steady
ball for Kansas City, holding the
Yankees scoreless on two hits un-
til the seventh when Joe Pepitone
hit his 15th homer.
* * *
PHILADELPHIA-Pinch hitter
Cookie Rojas delivered a sacrifice
fly in the seventh inning driving
in the winning run as the Nation-
al League-leading Philadelphia
Phillies defeated the Houston
Colts 4-1 in the first game of a
twi-night doubleheader last night.
* * *
CHICAGO - Dick McAuliffe's
two-run homer in the 13th in-
ning off Chicago starter Juan
Pizarro gave the Detroit Tigers a
3-1 victory over the White Sox
last night.
Don Wert led off the 13th with
a single, only the sixth hit off
Pizarro, and McAuliffe followed
with his 20th homer.
* .* *
LOS ANGELES-Jim Fregosi's
run-scoring single and Bob Lee's
three shutout innings of relief
helped Dean Chance gain his
seventh straight victory last night
as the Los Angeles Angels nipped
Baltimore 1-0.

KANSAS
homer by

CITY-A grand slam,
Nelson Mathews, his

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Major League Standings

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AMERICANl

LEAGUE
W L Pet.

x-Baltimore 66 41 .617
New York 63 40 .612
Chicago 64 42 .604
x-Los Angeles 57 54 .514
Minnesota 52 55 .486
Boston 52 56 .481
Detroit 53 57 .481
Cleveland 49 59 .453
Kansas City 42 65 .392
Washington 42 71 .371
x--Played night game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 10, Kansas City 7
Detroit 3, Chicago 1
Washington 10, Cleveland 9
Minnesota 6, Boston 1
Baltimore at Los Angeles (iuc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Milwaukee
New York at Kansas City (n)
Detroit at Chicago (n)
Only games scheduled

GB
2 1
'4 11/z
11
14
114%
17 2
2 4
1 27

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Philadelphia 62 42 .596 -
San Francisco 62 46 .574 2
Cincinnati 59 49 .546 5
Pittsburgh 56 48 .538 6
Milwaukee 55 51 .519 8
St. Louis 55 51 .519 8
Los Angeles 53 52 .505 9y2
Chicago 50 54 .481 12
Houston 46 64 .418 19
New York 34 75 .312 30 %
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 4-2, Houston 1-1
Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 3
San Francisco 4, New York 1
Milwaukee 6, Cincinnati 3
St. Louis 4, Chicago 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Houston at Philadelphia (n)
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (n)
Chicago at St. Louis (n)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (n)
Only games scheduled

Frick Plans Retirement
From Baseball Czar Job

NEW YORK (P) - Ford Frick
said yesterday' that he would not
be a candidate for re-ele9tion as
commissioner of baseball when his
present term expires next year.
Frick, who has been commis-
sioner since Sept. 20, 1951, said
he advised the 20 club owners of
his retirement by letter Tuesday,
night. Frick will be 70 in
December.
"It's just what I have said all
along," he told the Associated
Press by telephone. "Now I've just
made it official."
Frick, whose contract does not
expire until Sept. 21, 1965, said he
was ready to step aside as soon
as the club owners elect his suc-
cessor.
"I'll stay on as long as they
want me-that is, until the end of
my term," he said. "If they want
me to stay around and work with
the new commissioner for awhile,
I'll be happy to do that, too."
Frick said he has no idea what
sort of man the owners want as
his successor.
"I don't think they've given
much thought about that," he
said. "I know I haven't. I have
no idea what kind of man they
are after."
Frick said under the by-laws of
the constitution he was obligated
to inform the owners of his inten-
tions not before 15 months nor
later than six months of the ex-
piration of his term. He has near-
ly 14 months to go.
Frick said he had decided not
to wait until the last possible

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moment in order to make his po-
sition clear and to give the owners
as much time as possible to de-
cide upon the next commissioner.
League presidents Warren Giles
of 'theNational and Joe Cronin
of the American, who had been
advised of Frick's intentions sev-
eral days ago, said they would ask
that an Executive Council meet-
ing be called in Chicago on Mon-
day to present recommendations
to a joint meeting of the major
leagues to consider procedure to
be followed in the selection of a
successor,
optimism
Marks U.S.-
Track Trials
NEW YORK )--About 200 of
the United States' top women ath-
letes, many of them still fresh
from their best-ever showing
against the Russians, begin com-
petition for spots on this country's
Olympic track and field team to-
day.
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rans in women's events, qualified
only 18 girls for the 1960 Olympics
at Rome. The make-up of the
team for Tokyo depends on the
three-day trials at Randall's
Island.
The U.S., like every other coun-
try, is allowed one entrant in each
of 12 events. For a second and
third entry, however, the addi-
tional competitors must meet the
pre-determined Olympic stand-
ards adopted by the International
Amateur Athletic Federation.
The' trials open with three
events in the pentathlon-the 80-
meter hurdles, shot put and the
high jump. The other two penta-
thlon events, the 200 .meters and
the broad jump, are scheduled to-
morrow along with qualifying
rounds in all other events.
Finals in all events are sched-
uled Saturday.
The pentathlon and the 400-
meter run have been added to the
Olympic program this year, bring-
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Mrs. Pat Daniels Winslow of
San Mateo, Calif., already has
gone over the Olympic qualifying
standard, 4,500 points, in the pent-
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donia, Kan., has run 400 meters
in 54.7 compared with the stand-
ard of 55.5.
The U.S. greatest strength, how-

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