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WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1964
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUND-UP
Jackson Loses No-Hitter
As Cubs Shutout Reds
CHICAGO (P)-Larry Jackson's
bid for a perfect game was spoil-
ed by Pete Roze's leadoff single
in the seventh inning yesterday
as the Chicago Cubs' right-hand-
er pitched a 1-0 victory over the
Rose was the only Cincinnati
player to reach base as the 33-
year-old Jackson, after pitching
six perfect innings, retired the last
nine batters following the hit.
Jackson fanned five and per-
mitted only five balls to be hit to
the outfield as he recorded his
10th victory against five defeats.
Rose, leading off the seventh,
singled cleanly to center on
Jackson's second pitch and his
54th of the game.
Joey Jay also turned in a mas-
terly job, holding the Cubs to two
hits in six innings, and at one
stretch retired 14 in a row.
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CLEVELAND (AP), - Chicago's
Gerry McNertney clouted a grand
slam home run to climax a seven-
run inning as the White Sox romp-
ed to a, 12-3 victory over the
Cleveland Indians last night.
The rookie catcher also hit a
double as the White Sox unleash-
ed a 13-hit attack against three
Cleveland pitchers, scoring all their
runs with two out.
ST. LOUIS (')-Pinch hitter Ty
Cline slammed his first home run
of the season with a man on in
the eighth inning and gave the
Milwaukee Braves a 5-4 victory
over the St. Louis Cardinals yes-
Cline's two-out blast to the right
field pavilion roof came off start-
er Roger Craig and followed a
pinchlilt double by Ed Bailey.
WASHINGTON (JP)-John Ken-
nedy's three-run homer with one
out in the last of the ninth in-
ning gave the Washingtin Sena-
tors a 6-5 victory over Detroit
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SAN FRANCISCO (MP)-Gaylord
Perry whitewashed the New York
Mets 5-0 on three hits yesterday
with the help of homers by San
Francisco's Orlando Cepeda and
The victory," San Francisco's
10th in 12 starts, kept the Giants
atop the National League.
Ron Hunt beat out a single to
shortstop off Perry in the firstj
inning and John Stephenson sin-
gled to left with one out in the
third. From that point, Perry re-
tired 19 consecutive batters be-
fore George Altman walked and
Joe Christopher doubled in the
The Mets hit only six balls to
the outfield in the entire game
as the lanky young right-hander
extended his record to 6-3 and
dropped his earned run average to
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BALTIMORE (A') - Minnesota's
Twins abandoned the long ball for
some key singles yesterday and
snapped Baltimore's winning string
at seven games 3-1 behind the
strong pitching of Gerry Arrigo.
Arrigo, fresh from a one hitter
against Chicago, allowed only five
hits and struck out seven before
he wilted in the brutal 96-degree
heat and was relieved by Al
Worthington in the eighth.
Minnesota, probably the most
feared long-ball club in the ma-
jors, got its runs on some wild-
ness by Baltimore starter Steve
Barber and singles by Bob Alli-
son -and Jimmie Hall.
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KANSAS CITY-Rocky Colavito
drove in both Kansas City runs
with a home run and a double as'
the Athletics nipped Boston 2-1.
Righthanders Moe Drabowsky and
Wes Stock held the Red Sox to
one hit until the ninth when Carl
Yastrzemski ruined the shutout
with a home run.
NEW YORK (WP)-Roger Maris'
13th home run gave the New
York Yankees a 3-2 victory in the
nightcap and a sweep of a twi-
night doubleheader against the Los
Angeles Angels last night. Jim
Bouton's four-hitter blanked the
Angels 4-0 in the opener.
Maris, who had five hits in theI
two games, connected in the sixthI
inning after Joe Adcock's two-
run shot in the top half of the
inning had tied the score at 2-2.
WIMBLEDON, England (PA) --
Billie Jean Moffitt pulled her er-
ratic game together at a vital
point yesterday, scored a smash-
ing triumph on the famed center
court and bolted into the semi-
finals of the Wimbledon tennis
The Long Beach, Calif., girl,
whose play had been spotty and
unimpressive through the first
eight days of the tourney,
stormed over her old Wightman
Cup foe, England's Ann Haydon
Jones, 6-3, 6-3 and joined Chuck
McKinley as the only surviving
Americans in these All-England
Little Nancy Richey of Dallas
ranked No. 3 in the U.S. and
seeded fifth here, was eliminated
by Australia's Lesley Turner 6-3,
6-4 in a quarter-final match. set-
ting up these pairings for Thurs-
day's women's singles round of
Moffitt vs. Smith
Miss Moffitt against the girl
who beat her in the title game a
year. ago, Australia's top-seeded
Margaret Smith; and Miss Turn-
er vs. Brazil's poker-faced veteran
internationalist, Maria Bueno.
McKinley, the defending men's
champion from San Antonio, ad-
vanced Monday. He will play Aus-
tralia's Fred Stolle in one semi-
final today while Roy Emerson
of Australia takes on Germany's
Wilhelm Bungert in the other.
By coincidence, the next match
for each American is a replay.
McKinley beat Stolle for the men's
title last year while Miss Smith
won the women's by beating Miss
But Billie Jean, who surprised
Miss Smith in the second round
two years ago, had the experts
speculating she may turn upset-
maker again against the big Aus-
tralian girl in Thursday's semis.
The 20-year-old American, who
had been troubled with an ailing
knee, put on a spectacular dis-
play of volleying and serving
against the left-handed Mrs.
Jones, whom she beat in Wight-
man Cup competition two weeks
Miss Smith, the runaway favor-
ite to retain her title, moved in-
to the semifinals by default over
Argentina's Norma Baylon. The
Argentine girl retired with a
strained right elbow after trail-
ing 6-0, 2-0.
"I could not go on," she said.
"The pain in my arm was so bad
that I couldn't grip the racket
Miss Bueno, the 1959 and 1960
champion, defeated Robyn Ebbern
of Australia 6-4, 6-1, with the
Australian girl serving 13 dou-
Miss Richey was simply out-
hit by the fourth-seeded Miss
Turner in a power display from the
In doubles play, third-seeded
Stolle and Bob Hewitt of Aus-
tralia eliminated Clark Graeb-
ner of Cleveland and Marty Ries-
en of Evanston, Ill., 6-2, 6-4, 3-6,-
6-2, while defending champions
Rafael Osuna and Antonio Pala-
fox of Mexico defeated Bungert
and Christian Kuhnke of Germany
6-3, 6-3, 3-6, 7-5.
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Chicago 39 29 .574 5
Minnesota 39 35 .527 8
Boston 36 38 .486 11
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x-Phladelphia 42 27 .609 1
Pittsburgh 38 32 .543 5%~
Cincinnati 38 34 .528 6%
Chicago 35 34 .507 8
Milwaukee 36 37 .493 9
St. Louis 36 38 .486 9%
x-Houston 35 39 .473 10%
Los Angeles 34 38 .472 10%
New York 22 54 .289 24Iz
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