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Y, AUGUST 16

aris Slugs 46th, but Yanks Lose

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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Left-hander Juan
Pizarro limited New York to just
four hits - one of them Roger
Maris' 46th home run-and struck
out 10 last night as the Chicago
White Sox beat the Yankees 2-1
and ended Whitey Ford's winning
streak at 14 games.
The loss cut the Yanks' Ameri-
can League lead to two games over
Detroit.
It was only the third defeat of
the year for Ford, the stubby

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southpaw who stands as the ma-
jors' only 20-game winner at the
moment. He had beaten the White
Sox three times in three decisions
this season, and hadn't lost since
May 29, when Boston beat him
2-1.

The White Sox did it in the sec-
on inning. Roy Sievers led off with
a single and went to third on a
double by Minnie Minoso. Camilo
Carreon then brought them both
home with a two-out single. The
young catcher had three of Chi-
cago's nine hits off Ford and re-
liever Luis Arroyo.
Pizarro, now 8-5 with his sec-
ond success over the Yankees in
three decisions, didn't have any
trouble except for Maris. Roger
blasted his fifth home run in the
last five games leading off the
fourth inning-putting him 14
games ahead of Babe Ruth's rec-
ord 60 pace of 1927 and breaking
a tie with teammate Mickey Man-
tIe.
* * *
Cubs 6, Phillies 5
CHICAGO Philadelphia ab-
sorbed its 18th straight defeat
yesterday, losing 6-5 to the Chi-
cago Cubs, and thus closed in on
the modern National League rec-
ord of 19 consecutive losses.
The Cubs blasted three two-run.
homers to offset three solo home
runs by the Phillies.
The loss was the Phillies' 82nd
in the season's first 112 games. It

ROGER MARIS
. league leader

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left them within one game of
matching the record shared by
the 1906 Boston Braves and the
1914 Cincinnati Reds.
When Don Demeter stroked his
tenth homer with two out in the
first inning the 1-0 lead was the
first the Phillies had owned in
nine games, since the second game
of a doubleheader at St. Louis
Aug. 6.
It was shortlived, however, as
Ernie Banks blasted his 21st hom-
er behind Al Heist's leadoff walk.
Ron Santo's third hit in 30 times
at bat and George Altman sin-
gled, to conclude the Cubs' four-
run first.
Red Sox 8, Indians 0
CLEVELAND-Frank Malzone
walloped two of five Boston solo
homers last night as the Red Sox
blanked the Cleveland Indians,
8-0.
Righthander Gene Conley pitch-
ed a six-hitter and aided his own
cause with a round-tripper, his
second of the season. The 6-foot-8
Conley had little trouble winning
his seventh game against ten
losses. He struck out three and
walked two.
Malzone started the home run
barrage in the first inning off
loser Gary Bell (8-12) with his
ninth of the season. Malzone also
had three singles.
Bell, first of four Cleveland
pitchers, left in the five-run Bos-
ton fifth after giving up succes-
sive homers to Jackie Jensen and
Carroll Hardy. Conley's home run
came one out later. Singles by
Vic Wertz and Malzone account-
ed for the other two Boston runs
in the inning.
* * *
Angels 8, Senators 7
WASHINGTON - The biggest
and littlest members of the Los
Angeles Angels, Ted Kluszewski
and Albie Pearson, rapped doubles
off the rightfield fence to pro-
vide two runs in the ninth inning
last night for an 8-7 victory over
the Washington Senators.
Ed Hobaugh, who came in to
pitch for Washington with one out
in a five-run fourth inning, shut
them out on two hits until the
ninth.
With one out pinch-hitter Earl
Averill drew a walk. Ted Bows-
field ran for him and scored as
Kluszewski, the muscular mam-
moth, stepped up to pinchhit for
Tom Morgan and cracked his dou-
ble. The diminutive Pearson, hit-
less in four previous at-bats, fol-
lowed suit, scoring pinchrunner
Tom McBride with the winning
run.
The victory was the fifth over
Washington in a row for the An-
gels and gives them an 8-5 mar-
gin.
Ken Hunt, with three hits in-
cluding his 20th home run, led
LA's 11-hit attack. Hunt hit his
homer into the leftfield bleachers
in the first inning.

Twins 9, Athletics 4
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL -
Harmon Killebrew, Bob Allison
and Billy Martin smashed home
runs last night as the Minnesota
Twins bombed the Kansas City
Athletics 9-4.
The blasts helped Jack. Kra-
lick to his 11th season victory
against 8 defeats. The slender
left hander spaced nine hits.
Killebrew's homerwas his 35th
of the season and came on a 3-0
pitch with the singling Lenny
Green aboard.
Allison's roundtripper, his 25th,
with one on, tied the score in
the first inning after the Ath-
letics had scored a pair of runs
on three singles and a sacrifice
fly. Martin's clout, his second in
two days, was a three-run blow
and sparked a five-run Twins' out-
burst in the fourth inning.
Tigers 2-3, Orioles 0-2
DETROIT - The Detroit Tigers
rallied for three runs with two
outs in the ninth last night and
defeated the Baltimore Orioles
3-2 in the nightcap of a tense,
bitter doubleheader. Frank Lary,
supported by Norm Cash's two-run
homer, beat the Orioles 2-0 on a1
four-hitter in the first game,
Skinny Brown had the Tigers all
but beaten as he entered the last1
inning of the second game breez-
ing behind a 2-0 lead.
Chico Fernandez doubled with
one out and then Brown got the
second out. The Tigers followed
with four straight singles, Al Ka-
line driving in the winning run,
with a solid smash to- right.
Reno Bertoia scored Fernandez
with a single and pinch hitters
Buba Morton and George Alusik
singled before Kaline's payoff hit.
Cash helped Lary to his 17th
victory by breaking up a scoreless
first game duel with a vicious line
drive homer in the seventh. Cash's
30th round-tripper landed in the
centerfield seats at the 415-foot
mark.

St. Joseph's
Loses Court
Rank Battle
SEATTLE R) -- St. Joseph's
College of Philadelphia was strip-
ped of its third-place ranking in
the National Collegiate Athletic
Association basketball tournament
yesterday by the organization's
executive committee.
Three St. Joseph's players, in-
volved in basketball's gambling
scandals, were declared ineligible
after the tournament. The regula-
tion states that if an athlete com-
petes ineligibly the school's posi-
tion in a championship event shall
be vacated.
The committee set up a new
policy aimed at making it more
difficult for gamblers to operate
in connection with NCAA cham-
pionship events.
No Sunday Tourneys
It was also adopted as a'general
policy that championship events
no longer will be scheduled on
Sundays. The committee said
there had been numerous com-
plaints, particularly from paro-
chial schools, on the scheduling
of baseball, tennis, golf and skiing
tournaments on Sundays.
The regulation limiting students
to four .years of competition was
tightened. The committee said
there have been a few cases where
students coming in from junior
colleges with two years of play
have been permitted to compete
in three varsity seasons.
Major League
StLandings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
'W L Pct. GB
New York 77 40 .658 -
Detroit 75 42 .641 2
Baltimore 67 53..558 11
Chicago 60 57 .513 17
Cleveland 60 57 .513 17
Boston 57 64 .471 22,
Los Angeles 51 66.436 26
Minnesota 51 67 .432 26Y2
Washington 48 67 .417 28
Kansas City 42 75 .359 35
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 2, New York 1
Detroit 2-3, Baltimore 0-2
Boston 8, Cleveland 0
. Los Angeles 8, Washington 7
Minnesota 9, Kansas City 4
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago (Pierce 7-7) at New York
(Shelton 8-3)
Baltimore (Pappas 8-6) at Detroit
(Foytack 7-7)
Boston (Stallard 1-1) at Cleveland
(Perry 8-10) (n)
Los Angeles (McBride 9-9) at
Washington Donovan 8-8) (n)
Kansas City (Shaw 7-11) at Minne-
sota (Ramos 9-13) (n)

NEWPORT, R. I., (T) - Third-
seeded Whitney Reed of Alameda,
Calif., came within two points of
being tumbled by unheralded
Charles Pasarell, national junior
champion of Puerto Rico, in the
first round of the Newport Casino!
Invitational Lawn Tennis tourna-
ment.
Reed rallied to win four straight
games, however, for a 6-3, 3-6, 7-',
victory.
Pasarell headed for a big upset
when he broke Reed's service in
the third game of the rubber set,
and held his own as his lead in
games mounted to '-3. Down, 0-30,

on his own serve, Reed rallied with
four straight points, then broke
through Pasarell's service in a
deuce game to deadlock the match
at 5-5.
Once again Reed caried his own
serve. Disheartened, Pasarell
double faulted twice in losing the
12th and final game.
Other seeded players advanced
without incident. Top-seeded Bob
Mark, of Australia, romped over
John Karabasz of Coral Gables,
Fla., a member of the 1960 junior
Davis Cup team 6-1, 6-2.
Second-seeded Ron Holmberg,
blond Brooklyn bomber, was hard

pressed before staving off Eduar
Zuleta, second ranking Ecuadorea
Davis Cup player, 6-3, 7-5.
Fourth-seeded Mike Sangst
of England stroked past Mike Be
kin, junior Davis Cup team mer
ber from Miami Beach, Fla., 6-
6-2.
In other first round action, Ala
Lane of Australia upset winn
over fifth-seeded Chris Crawfo:
in the qualifying round. Monda
had no trouble in eliminatin
Herb Fitzgibbon, last year's to
ranking junior in the Eastei
region 6-1, 6-3.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Los Angeles 69 41 .627
Cincinnati 70 46 .603
San Francisco 60 50 .545
Milwaukee 59 51 .536
St. Louis 57 55 .509
Pittsburgh 54 55 .496
Chicago 46 65 .414
Philadelphia 30 82 .268

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Chicago 6, Philadelphia 5
Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 1
Cincinnati at Los Angeles (inc.)
St. Louis at San Francisco (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati (Purkey 13-7 and O'-
Toole 11-9) at Los Angeles (Pod-
res 15-3 and Craig 4-6 or Perran-
owski 6-2) (2)(n)
St. Louis (Sadecki 10-5) at San
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Pittsburgh (Friend 12-13) at Mil-
waukee (Spahn 12-12)
Philadelphia (Short 4-8) at Chicago
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