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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1962

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AL All-Star Home Runs Bomb NL, 9-4

CLAS SIFIEDS

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CHICAGO (A-The American
League rolled out its trusty home
run cannon and bombed the Na-
tional League with blasts by Pete
Runnels, Leon Wagner and Rocky
Colavito yesterday for a 9-4 vic-
tory that saved their slender lead
in the long all-star baseball series.
The Nationals finally had a
chance to even the score in this
often-embarrassing series but the
American sluggers dominated this
33rd game played on a hot, sunny
afternoon before 38,359 fans at
Wrigley Field. It was only the
second American League +victory
in the last eight games, giving it
a 17-15-1 edge over its favored
rivals.
All but three of the American's
runs 'came on homers. Runnels of
Boston hit one into the left field
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seats off loser Art Mahaffey of
Philadelphia as a pinch hitter in
the third, tying the score.
Mahaffey Blast
Wagner, who had three hits in
the 10-hit attack on five National
pitchers, hit his with one on in
the fourth, also off Mahaffey.
Colavito, replacing injured Mickey
Mantle in the starting lineup,
slammed one over the left field
wall with two on in the seventh
off Houston's Dick Farrell.
This one turned into a rout, in
the late stages with four National
League errors and a weird collec-
tion of wild pitches and' sloppy
plays.
Wagner was the big man for
the Americans with his tie-
breaking homer and two singles.
Colavito Collects
Colavito, Detroit's muscle man,
drove in four of the runs with his
three-run homer in the seventh
and a sacrifice fly in the ninth
when the Americans added two
extra off Juan Marichal of San
Francisco.
John Roseboro of the Los An-
geles Dodgers hit the only National
League homer with nobody on in
the ninth off Baltimore's Milt
Pappas.
Ray Herbert of the Chicago
White Sox was the winner on three
scorless innings. Herbert had just
been put on the club yesterday by
manager Ralph Houk, replacing

ROCKY COLAVITO
... knocks in three

ailing ken McBride of the
Angeles Angels.
Escape Scores

Los

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Johnny Podres of the Dodgers
also escaped without a run on his
two-inning job as the National
League starter. He was followed
in order by Mahaffey, Bob Gibson
of St. Louis, Farrell and Marichal.
Both managers Houk of the
Yankees and Fred Hutchinson of
Cincinnati for the Nationals nad
to scramble for the starters. Houk
switched to rookie Dave Stenhouse
of Washington when Minnesota's
Camilo Pascual, the announced
starter,Hcame up with a tender
elbow. Hutch picked Podres Sun-
day, putting him on the squad to
replace his Dodger mate Don Drys-
dale who pitched Sunday. Origin-
ally, he had expected to open with
the veteran Warren Spahi of Mil-
waukee, who reported with a sore
arm and did not see action.
Unauspicious Start
The day began most unauspi-
ciously for the Americans as Sten-
house loaded the bases with one
out in the first. He escaped by get-
ting Dodger Tommy Davis on a
foul. Kenny Boyer of the St. Louis
Cards then lined a sizzler right
at Chicago's Luis Aparicio.
The National broke through for
a run in the second when Podres
doubled to right center and scored
on Dick Groat's single to right
center.
Runnels, a pesky hitter but

never much of a home run threat,
tied the score with his pinch homer
leading off the third. After Earl
Battey of Minnesota walked with
one out in the fourth, Wagner
hit a 2-1 pitch over the right
field fence. The ball hit the cat-
walk and bounced back on the
field.
Another Run
The Americans picked up an-
other run in the sixth when Jim
Gentile of Baltimore walked and
was forced at second by Battey.
Tom Tresh, Yankee rookie, doubled
to drive in Al Kaline of Detroit,
running for Battey.
Before Colavito's homer in the
seventh the only controversy of
the game popped up. With one
out, Brooks Robinson of Balti-
more walked and Billy Moran lop-
ped a fly ball into short center.
Hank Aaron of Milwaukee scooped
the ball, maintaining later that he
caught it, and then threw toward
first. Both men, of course, were
safe when second base ump Ken
Burkhart of the Nationals, ruled
Aaron scooped the ball and didn't
catch it.
Colavito then followed with his
long drive to the catwalk, behind
the ivy-covered wall in left.
"Caught Ball"
"I caught the ball," said Aaron
in the clubhouse. "If I didn't
catch it why would I throw to
first. I could have got the man
at second easy."
A double error by Eddie Math-
ews of Milwaukee, who fumbled
pinch hittter Yogi Berra's ground-
er and then threw wildly, opened
the door for two runs in the
ninth. The Yanks' Bobby Richard-
son ran for his veteran teammate
and scored when Roger Maris of
the Yankees doubled. Maris went
to third on Marichal's second wild
pitch of the iplning and scored on
Colavito's sacrifice fly.
The Nationals picked up a run
in the seventh when pinch hitter
Richie Ashburn of New York
singled,'Frank Bolling of Milwau-
kee doubled and Groat hit into an
infield out. The Cubs' Ernie Banks
tripled in the eighth and scored
while Billy Williams of Chicago
grounded out.

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CUT DOWN-Los Angeles second baseman Billy Moran was cut
down at the plate by Milwaukee Brave catcher Del Crandell in the
third inning of yesterday's All-Star game. The loss of the run
didn't matter for the American Leaguers blasted the NL stars 9-4.
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NBA Refuses To Admit
Cleveland as Member

By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Gene Conley, the
apologetic wanderer, was slapped
yesterday by the biggest Boston
Red Sox fine since the Ted Wil-
liams spitting incident-an esti-
mated $2,000.
The ball club refused to reveal
the amount of the impost levied
by manager Mike Higgins except
to call it "a very substantial" sum.
At the same time the suspended
ball player was reinstated effec-
tive immediately.
Conley also will lose his pay for
the four games he missed-in the
vicinity of $600.
"I'm sorry for what I did," the
6-foot-8 righthander told Higgins'
at their brief Fenway Park meet-
ing. "I don't know why I did it."
Conley had vanished without a
trace, from the time he stepped
off a team bus in New York traf-
fic until he was located at his
Foxboro, Mass., trailer home Sun-
day.
Mantle Hurt Again
CHICAGO-Mickey Mantle, who
re-injured his left knee in the sec-
ond game of Sunday's doublehead-
er between the Yankees and Chi-
cago White Sox in New York,
probably will miss the series with
the Senators in Washington start-
ing today.
Yankee manager Ralph Houk
said Mantle told him the ailing
knee did not bother him while bat-
ting but he could not run without
pain and Houk decided it best to
rest his star center fielder.
* * *
Colts Waive Cerv
HOUSTON - Outfielder Bob
Cerv's major league baseball career
may be over.
The Houston Colts announced
yesterday they have asked waivers

on the 36-year-old Cerv, hefty
one-time New York Yankee, who
has started only three games this
season and was hitting .233.
"If no major league team claims
me," said Cerv before leaving for
his Kansas City home, "I'll retire
from baseball."
Dodger Mentor Dies
LAKE WALES, Fla.-Burt Shot-
ton, Sr., 77, former Brooklyn Dodg-
ers manager, died of a heart at-
tack at his Camp Lester home
yesterday, a funeral home report-
ed.
Shotton managed the Dodgers to
two National League pennants in
1947 and 1949. The Dodgers lost
to the New York Yankees in the
World Series both years.
M' Cricketeers
Take Match:
In Opener
Following the footsteps of other
Michigan teams, the newly-formed
Cricket Club took its first match
Saturday, defeating the Cleveland
West Indian Cricket Club, 73-63
at Ferry Field.
Facing a 63 run deficit at their
turn at bat, the cricketeers batted
in 73 runs before they were re-
tired to win the match.
Saturday's match was the first
in series of summer matches for
the club. Next Saturday it plans
an intra-squad game and hope
to take on the Detroit Cricket
Club sometime this summer.
The club was recently formed
by cricket enthusiasts among for-
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NEW YORK (P) - The Cleve-
land Pipers were refused mem-
bership in the National Basketball
Association yesterday and the NBA
announced it would not expand
beyond its current nine-team
makeup for the coming season.
The action was taken at a spe-
cial meeting of the NBA's board
of governors. They met to con-
sider the membership application
of the Pipers, champion of the
rival American Basketball League
last season-the new group's first
year of play.
Maurice Podoloff, president of
the NBA, said after the meeting
that "the Pipers had been declar-
ed in default on their agreement
with the NBA made on July 10,
and the NBA will continue to
operate for the coming season
COURT SHORTS:
Two Advance
At National
Competition
By The Associated Press
KALAMAZOO-The two highest
ranking juniors advanced without
incident yesterday in first round
plan at the National Junior and
Boys Tennis Championships here.
Top seeded Mike Belkin of Mi-
ami Beach trimmed Joey Koljat of
Kansas City, 6-0, 6-2 and second
seeded Jerry Cromwell of Long
Beach swept through Carlton
Dean, Jr., Toledo, 6-0, 6-0.
* * *
Win Doubles Crown
HAVERFORD, Pa.-Arthur Ashe
of Richmond, Va., and Larry Nag-
ler of North Hollywood, Calif.,
won the doubles title-yesterday in
the 63rd Pennsylvania Lawn Ten-
nis Championships by defeating
the University of Southern Cali-
fornia team. of William Bond of
La Jolla and Ramsey Earnhart of
Ventura, 6-4, 15-13, 6-4, at the
Merion Cricket Club.

Produce Releases
Podoloff added that the Pipers
India, the West Indies, Australia,
New Zealand, England and parts
of Africa.
Shotton, who made his home in
Winter Haven for many years, is
survived by the widow and two
sons, Dr. James Shotton of Or-
lando and Burt Shotton Jr., of
Winter Haven.
The club is sponsored by I-M
Director Earl Riskey and Inter-
national Center Director James
Davis.
had produced written releases as-
suring the NBA that they were
available forBNBAmembership,
ind an agreement was reached on
Cleveland's franchise fee and other
financial commitments.
However, Podoloff said, at the
meeting the board was told by the
Pipers that these commitments
could not be met.
The Pipers' troubles apparently
were two-fold. First of all, was the
price of the team's admission to
the NBA-a reported $250,000,
with $100,000 going to the Cin-
cinnati Royals as an indemnity
payment. The Royals were to re-
ceive their big share mainly for
letting three-time all - America
Jerry Lucas of Ohio State play for
the Pipers.
Picked Lucas
The Royals had drafted Lucas,
but he chose to sign with the
Pipers, who picked him in the ABL
draft.
According to reports, George
Steinbrenner, head of the Piper
organization, was unable to make
any installment on the club's ad-
mission fee.
Also the NBA has been threat-
ened by legal action from the ABL,
whose backers have stated that
they would be back in business
next season and still considered
Cleveland ABL property.
When the NBA orriginally
announced Cleveland's potential
membership earlier this ;month, it
was said that several ABL officials
would have a part in operating
the Pipers and the ABL would
suspend play for the coming sea-
son at least. However, since then,
ABL president Abe Saperstein has
claimed his league was not folding
and any attempt by the NBA to
take in the Pipers would result
in a lawsuit.

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Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

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New York
Los Angeles
Minnesota
Baltimore
Cleveland
Chicago
Detroit
Boston
Kansas City
Washington

W L Pet.
61 39 .610
57 45 .559
57 46 .553
53 51 .510
51 49 .510
52 53 .495
49 51 .490
46 56 .451
45 59 .433
39 61 .390

GB NY LA Mi Cl Ba Ch De Bo KC Wa
- - 6 8 6 4 6 6 9 8 9
5 5 - 5 7 4 5 7 511 6
51 4 8 - 6 9 7 7 3 7 6
10 5 3 3 - 6 8 2 7 9 10
10 9 3 5 5 - 3 7 8 5 6
11z 3 7 7 6 7 - 5 7 5 5
12 6 7 1 9 6 5 - 5 5 5
16 2 4 6 7 4 4 8 - 6 5
18 2 3 6 3 3 9 4 5 -10
22 3 4 5 2 6 6 6 4 3 -

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
AL All-Stars 9, NL All-Stars 4

TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Washington (n)
Los Angeles at Cleveland (n)
Minnesota at Baltimore (n)
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
AL All-Stars 9, NL All-Stars 4

TIONAL LEA
W L Pct.
71 35 .670
67 39 .632
61 42 .592
61 41 .581
59 47 .557 1
54 52 .509 1
49 58 .458 2
39 66 .371 3
37 65 .363 3
26 76 .255 4

GUE
GB LA SF Pi SL Ci Mi Ph Ho Ch NY
- - 8 5 6 6 6 11 7 10 12
4 3- 9 7 6 8 8 8 712
8rb 6 4 -11 4 8 5 9 7 7
92 4 2 2 -10 6 7 9 11 10
2 6 7 7 2 - 5 8 10 6 8
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