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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LEAGUE ROUNDUP
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By'The Associated Pre
EW YORK-Tom Tresh bloop-
a single to right field with
out in the eighth inning,
ing in Mickey Mantle with
winning run as the second-
e New York Yankees edged
rican League leading Balti-
e 4-3 last night and moved to
in one-half game of first
:e.
'esh's key hit in the close,
e opener of a vital three-game
s came after, Baltimore's Bob
ason had tied the score with
n-producing siigle in the sev-
i inning while setting an
rican League record with his.
h consecutive safe pinch hit.
ILWAUKEE -- Rookie Rico
ty and veteran Eddie Mathews
homers as the Milwaukee
ves bombarded Juan Marichal
five runs in the sixth in-
and went on to defeat the
onal League leading San
acisco Giants 8-7 last night.
* * *
OSTON-Left-hander Juan Pi-
'o. became the American
gue's first 13-game winner last
it as the Chicago White Sox'
the Boston Red Sox.4-2.
zzaro allowed f i v e hits
ugh eight innings. Hoyt Wil-
n finished up after Pizarro
ed the leadoff batter in the
.h.
ITTSBURGH-Roberto Clem-
's infield out in a wild fifth
ng produced the winning run
he Pittsburgh Pirates knocked
the second-place Philadelphia
lies 4-3 last night.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

CINCINNATI-Hal Smith scor-
ed on Hall Woodeshick's bases-
loaded wild pitch in the 11th in-
ning, giving the Cincinnati Reds
a 6-5 victory over the Houston
Colts last night in the first game
of a doubleheader.
* * *
CHICAGO-Jerry Cowan's tri-
ple featured a three-run seventh
inning that enabled the Chicago
Cubs to come from behind and
:efeat the New York Mets 4-2
yesterday.t
The three-bagger by Cowan
scored Andre Rogers with the tie-
breaking run. Joey Amalfitano
then singled home Cowan with an
insurance run. Ernie Banks ac-
counted for Chicago's first run
with his 11th homer of the sea-
son and 364th of his career.
* * *
MII~NEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL -
Washington capitalized on pitcher
Jim Kaat's wildness, pushing
across the winning run in the
fifth inning and defeating Minne-
sota 4-3 last night.
* * *
ST. LOUIS-A two-run, pinch-
hit single by Bob Skinner with
two out in the ninth inning cap-
ped a four-run uprising and gave
the St. Louis Cardinals an 8-7
victory over the Los Angeles Dodg-
ers last night.
The Cardinals trailed 7-4 going
into the ninth with Ron Perran-
oski pitching in relief of Sandy
Koufax, who, was trying for his
10th straight victory and 14th of
the season. Koufax had left in
the eighth when the Cardinals
scored two runs.
Perranoski walked Curt Flood,
struck out Lou Brock, and then
issued another walk, to Dick Groat.
Ken Boyer singled for a run and
when Perranoski ran the count on
Bill White to 3-0 Bob Miller took
over.
KANSAS CITY-The Cleveland
Indians blew a four-run lead last
night, then rallied on Woodie
EIeld's tie-breaking single, a walk
and three scratch hits in the
ninth for a 9-7 decision over
Kansas City.
SOFTBALL SCORES
Dents 10, Adams 4
Univ. Hospital 6, Biochem 5
SFs San ford
Needs Surgery
SAN FRANCISCO M---Pitcher
Jack Sanford, the San Francisco
star of the 1962 World Series, must
undergo surgery on his ailing right
arm and will be lost to the club
at least six weeks.
The Giants announced yester-
day that examination has disclos-
ed a six-inch obstruction in his
upper pitching arm that impairs
the blood circulation.
His loss hurts the pennant
chances of the league leading Gi-
ants although they have had some
rookie hurlers come through this
season. The Giants have request-
ed permission from league Presi-
dent Warren Giles to place San-
ford on the disabled list.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
York 4, Baltimore 3
:ago 4, Boston 2
oft at Los Angeles (inc)
hington 4, Minnesota 3
eland 9, Kansas City 7
TODAY'S GAMES
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
1lcago 4, New York 2
ncinnati 6, Houston 5 (2d ine)
iwaukee 8, San Francisco 7
. Louis 8, Los Angeles 7
ttsburgh 4, Philadelphia 3
TODAY'S GAMES
v York at Chicago
ladephia at Pittsburgh (n)
n Francisco at Milwaukee (n)
s Angeles at St. Louis (n)
uston at Cineinnati (n)
[cKinley Wins
n Clay Courts
IVER FOREST, Ill. (lP--De-
iipng champion Chuck McKin-
and Nancy Richey swept aside
)nd-round opponents yester-
in a day of few upsets in the
ional Clay Courts Tennis
mpionship.
cKinley, 22-year-old Davis'
star from San Antonio; Tex.,
.imated two foes in less than
e hours. He said he felt he
d capture his third successive
courts title.
cKinley eliminated Frank La-
he of New Orleans 6-4, 6-4
Horst Ritter of Germany 6-2,
rily 12 first round matches
e played Monday as rain forc
postponement of 20 other
ches until yesterday.
cond-seeded Dennis Ralston of
ersfield, Calif. posted a 6-2,
truimph over Tim Sheehan of
nston, Ill. First round victor-
also were registered by fifth-
ed Arthur Ashe of Richmond,
sixth-seeded Charles Pasa-
of Puerto Rico and seventh-
ed James McManus of Berke-
Calif.
she eliminated John Pickens of
caloosa, Ala. 7-5, 6-5; Pasa-
knocked out William Tym of
itville, N.J. 6-3, 6-2, and Mc-
ius ousted James Beste of Bat-
Zouge, La. 6-0, 3-6, 6-3.
umber 3 ranked Frank Froeh-
of Miami, Fla. eliminated Jer-
romwell of Los Angeles 3-6,
6-4.
the women's singles, fourth-
ed Judy Alvarez of Tampa,
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