T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1964
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
Baltimore Increases League Lead
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BALTIMORE - Baltimore took
advantage of shoddy Minnesota
fielding, scoring four early runs
and defeating the Twins 6-3 last
night despite two home runs by
Tony Oliva and one by Harmon
The Orioles, winning their sev-
enth straight game, increased
their American League lead to 42
games over idle New York.
Except for the solo homers,
Robin Roberts didn't allow a run-
ner past second.
Oliva hit his 15th and 16th
homers in the first and eighth
innings, and Killebrew socked his
28th in the eighth. It was Kille-
brew's fifth homer in five games,
and it gave the Twins back-to-
back homers in each of their last.
CHICAGO - A triple by Steve
Boros and Leo Cardenas' double
drove in five early runs in support
of Jim O'Toole's steady pitching
as the Cincinnati Reds trimmed
the Chicago Cubs 6-1 yesterday.
O'Toole, now 7-4, went seven
innings before giving way to a
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New York 40 28 .588 4Y2
Chicago 38 29 .567 5
Minnesota 38 35 .521 9
Boston 36 37 .493 11
Cleveland 33 36 .478 12
Los Angeles 35 39 .473 121
Detroit 32 37 .464 13
Washington 30 45 .400 18
Kansas City 28 45 .384 19
Chicago 5, Cleveland 1
Baltimore 6, Minnesota 3
Washington 5, Detroit 3
Boston 4, Kansas City 3
Only games scheduled
Minnesota at Baltimore
Kansas City at Boston
Chicago at Cleveland (n)
Detroit at Washington (n)
Los Angeles at New York (2 t-n)
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pinch hitter. Bill Henry finishedG
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Cincinnati bombed Lew Bur-8
dette early, dealing the right-f
hander his second loss against
four victories. Boros delivered thet
Reds' first tworuns in the second
inning when he tripled after John
Edwards singled and Cardenasc
WASHINGTON - A two-run
homer by Jim King and Ed Brink-
man's sacrifice fly produced the
tying and winning runs last night1
as the Washington Senators snap-
ped a six-game losing streak de-i
feating the Detroit Tigers 5-3. 1
King's 12th homer followed aI
double by winning pitcher Claude
Osteen andhgave the Senators a
3-3 tie in the fifth inning.
Don Lock walked in the sixth,
went to third on Mike Brumley's
double andscored on Brinkmans
fly to center.
CLEVELAND - Run - scoringr
doubles by Tom McCraw and J. C.
Martin in the 10th inning pro-
pelled the Chicago White Sox to a
5-1 victory over Cleveland lastj
The White Sox, who hadn't1
scored until two were out in the
ninth, erupted for four runs in the
10th. Ron Hansen walked and
pinch hitter Gene Stephens sin-
gled with none out. McCraw then
doubled Hansen across with the
tie-breaking run before Martin
drove in Stephens with a double
and scored on Hoyt Wilhelm's
BOSTON - Dick Radatz, Bos-
ton's one-man bullpen, posted his
third save in two days and kept
the Red Sox in the first division
with a 4-3 victory over Kansas
City last night.
Radatz made his 40th appear-
ance with two out, the bases load-
ed and the Sox in serious danger
of blowing a 4-3 lead in the
The 255-pounder got pinchhitter
Doc Edwards on a fly to center
and went on to his 13th save.
HOUSTON - Bob Aspromonte
clouted his second grand slam
home runof-the season in the first
inning, sparking Houston to a 6-1
triumph. over Philadelphia last
Aspromonte connected off Art
Mahaffey after the Colts had
scored their first run on Walt
Bond's single. Joe Gaines singled
and Rusty Staub walked, loading
the bases, before Aspromonte
smashed the ball into the left
Bob Bruce held the Phillies to
seven hits, two after the fourth,
in recording his eighth victory
against four defeats. He struck
out six and didn't walk anyone.
He also retired 16 batters i a
row at one stretch.
* * *
ST. LOUIS-Ed Mathews, who
walked in his first four times at
bat, triggered a four-run rally
with a leadoff homer in the ninth
inning as Milwaukee came from
behind for a 7-4 triumph over St.
Louis last night.
Mathews connected off Bob
Gibson, who had come on in the
sixth inning and snuffed out a
After the homer which tied the
game, Denis Menke walked before
Gibson retired two men. Menke,
however, raced to third on Joe
Torre's single and scored the de-
ciding run on Gene Oliver's sin-
gle. Rico Carty then singled home
Torre, and Oliver scored when left
fielder Lou Brock fumbled the
NEW YORK 0P) - Chairman
George Eastment of the U.S.
Track and Field Committeecare-
fully named no names but left
little doubt yesterday that sprint-
er Bob Hayes would be eligible for
the final Olympic Trials in Los
Hayes was injured in last week-
end's AAU national championships
and announced he would not run
in the Olympic Trials at New
York Friday and Saturday.
Eastment, in reply to a ques-
tion at a track writers luncheon,
"If, in the opinion of the U.S.
Track and Field Committee the
presence of an athlete at the final
trials in Los Angeles will enhance
the chances of the United States
team in Tokyo, we will make that
He said no such cases have yet
been considered or will be con-
sidered until after the New York
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WIMBLEDON, England IP -
Defending champion Chuck Mc-
Kinley bounded into the semi-
finals of the Wimbledon Tennis
Tournament yesterday with a
matter-of-fact victory over Abe
Segal of South Africa.
In a center court match that
rarely triggered much response
from the crowd, the chunky
American star eliminated Segal
6-3, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4. It was McKin-
ley's fourth straight decision over
a southpaw in this classic.
Germany's Wilhelm Bunert,
cool, calm and deadly accurate,
trounced Rafael Osuna of Mexico,
fourth-seeded here and the reign-
ing U.S. champion, 6-4, 6-2, 6-3,
Meanwhile, Australians R o y
Emerson and Fred Stolle won as
expected. Top - seeded Emerson
eliminated fellow Aussie Bob Hew-
itt, 6-1, 6-4, 6-4 and sixth-seeded
Stolle defeated left-hander Chris-
tian Kuhnke of Germany, 6-3,
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