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FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1964

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NEW YORK - Hector Lopez
singled with the bases loaded in
the 15th inning, giving the New
YorkYankees a 4-3 victory over
Kansas City last night.
Mickey Mantle started the rally
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with a one-out triple to deep left
center field and remained at third |
while Dan Pfister walked Temn
Tresh and Joe Pepitone inten-
tionally. Lopez then rifled a single
to left.
MILWAUKEE - Pinch hits by
Charlie James and Carl Warwick
finished Warren Spahn in the sev-
enth inning yesterday and spark-
ed a two-run rally which gave the
St. Louis Cardinals a 4-3 victory
over the Milwaukee Braves.
* * *
SAN FRANCISCO - Orlando
Cepeda's two-run homer launched
the San Francisco Giants to a7
five-run sixth inning, a 6-5 vic-
tory over Pittsburgh and the Na-
tional League leaders' 12tn tri-
umph in their last 14 games yes-
terday.-
HOUSTON - Bob Aspromonte-
belted three singles and drove in
two runs as Houston capitalized
on five New York errors and
whipped the Mets 7-1 last night.
Aspromonte's third hit and
second run batted in climaxed a

BOSTON - Rookie Tony Oliva Dick Bertell singled leading off
fused Minnesota's pre - holiday the sixth.
fireworks wi tha tree-run iomer The Reds' third inning uprising
and tightened the Americanstarted when loser Ernie Broglio,
League batting race in the Twins' 3-8, walked Johnny Edwards. Two
15-9 victory over Boston yesterday outs later, Pete Rose singled Ed-
wards home with the first rux3.
DETROIT-Detroit tallied five,
runs in the second inning, three BALTIMORE - Willie Smith
on a homer by Gates Brown, and smacked a grand slam homer in
went on to defeat Cleveland 9-1,the ninth inning-his fourth hit
last night. d of the game-and powered the
The Tigers rapped 14 hits in Los Angeles Angels to a 10-6 vic-
supporting Mickey Lolicn. who t ory over the American League
held the Indians to five hi is as he ledy Bathe riole last
scoed is igth ictryeading Baltimore Orioles last
scored his eighth victory. night.
CI NATThe loss trimmed the Orioles'
CINCINNATI -- Jim Maloney' sledge over second-place New York
four-hit pitching and a five-rund to three games.
third inning rally carried the Cii-
cinnati Reds to a 7-0 victory over Smith, a so-so pitcher turned
slugging outfielder, capped his
SOFTBALL SCORES one-man show with his bases-
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Chem. Engrg. 7, Psychology 8 Oriole reliever Stu Miller. Smith,
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Cooley Lab 19, Zoology 6 biles and a single, wound up the
Mathematics 9, Raygar Tigers 0 night with six runs batted in.

four-run reventh inning i which
the Mets committed foar errors.

the Chicago Cubs last night.
Maloney, bringing his record to
7-8, had a no-hitter oing until

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