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:SDAY, JULY 20, 1960

aolavito

Hit Ruins Ramos' No-Hitter

ut Senators Still Shut Out Tigers, 5-0

By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Rocky Colavito's
ground ball single through the box
in the eighth inning ruined Pedro
Ramos' bid for no-hit immortality
last night, but the Washington
right-hander breezed home with
a masterful one-hitter in the Sen-
ators' 5-0 victory over the Detroit
Tigers-.
Ramos, a 25 - year - old Cuban
righthander, had not given the
Tigers anything close to a ba e hit
until Colavito-leading off in the
eighth-bounced a grounder that
barely eluded shortstop Jose Val-
divielso.
The crowd of 29,022, many of
whom had come to Briggs Stadium
to see a pre-game home run hit-
ting contest, instead saw a superb
pitching Job by the sidearming
Ramos.
And for seven innings it ap-
peared he was on his way to the
American League's first no-hit, no-
run game since Baltimore's Hoyt
Wilhelm blanked New York on
Sept. 20, 1958.
Cla 'Courts
4 Vetor-y Goes,
To MacKay
SC C AG©W -Top-seeded
Barry MacKay and'Bernard Bart-
zen eased into the third rounds
of the National Clay Courts Ten-
nis Tournament yesterday with:
straight set triumphs.
MacKay, the 24-year power-
player, once a Michigan star, who
is seeded No. 1, trimmed Jim Tat-
tersall of Great Britain 6-4, 6-3.
His5 U.S. Davis Cup teammate,
second-seeded Bartzen, steadily
wore down Ronnie Fisher of Hous-
ton 6-0, 9-7 with his southpaw
accuracy.
Seeks Third Championship
The 32-year-old Bartzen, seek-
ing his third straight Clay Courts
championship at the River Forest
Club, will take on Rod Susman of
St. Louis in the third round to-
day.
Susman pulled one of the sec-
ond round upsets by knocking off
Reginald Bennett of Great Bri-
tain, No. 7 in the foreign seed,
7-9, 6-3, 11-9.
NCAA Champ Upset
Another minor surprise was the
defeat of Larry Nagler, 1960 NCAA

Ramos, gaining his sixth victory
in 16 decisions, struck out nine
and walked four. He hit one bat-
ter.
New York 13, Cleveland 11
CLEVELAND--Bill Skowron hit
two home runs and a three-run
double to lead the New York
Yankees to a 13-11 victory over the
Cleveland Indians last night be-
fore a crowd of 26,068 at Munici-
pal Stadium.
Roger Maris and Yogi Berra
also hit homers for the Yankees
and Jim Piersall homered for the
Indians.
Trailing 11-8 going into the
ninth inning, the Yankees scored
five runs on three singles. an er-
ror and Skowron's game-winning
double. Ted Bowsfleld, the fourth
of five Cleveland pitchers, was the
victim of Skowron's blast to left
field.
Chicago 6, Boston 0
CHICAGO - Luis Aparicio's
three-run, inside-the-park homer
and the four-hit pitching of Billy
Pierce carried the Chicago White
Sox to a 6-0 victory over Boston
last night.
Pierce, scoring his third victory
against Boston and his eighth in
12 decisions, recorded his first
shutout of the year.
Aparicio's homer was his second
of the season and came with one
out in the fourth after Sherm
Lollar and Al Smith both had
singled.
Cincinnati 4, Chicago 1
CINCINNATI-Frank Robinson
hit two home runs and drove in
three runs last night as the Cin-
cinnati Reds whipped the punch-
less Chicago Cubs, 4-1.
The Cubs now have scored only
three runs in five contests since
the All-Star Game break.
Jim O'Toole, young Cincinnati
southpaw, had a two-hit shutout
going into the seventh when 'the
Cubs finally put together three
hits for their only run.
Except for Robinson's big
blows, Cubs' starter Don Card-
well pitched well enough to win
most games. The Reds' final run
was scored off Joe Schoffernoth.
Baltimore 9, Kansas City 3
KANSAS CITY-Kansas City's
Bud Daley wild pitched the win-
e&

THE LOW DOWN--On all fours, umpire Vince Smith is set for a close look at a second base force
in the Philadelphia-San Francisco game. Smith figured that the runner could make the play close,
but Phillie shortstop Bob Malkus was ready for him in plenty of time.
ning run home in the tenth inning throwing him to the ground. Other Los Angeles 5, Pittsburgh 4
and then the Baltimore Orioles umpires and players helped subdue LOS ANGELES (P) - Normr
went on a rampage to beat the him. Police took him away. Larker, renowened for his line
Athletics 9-3 last night. - drive singles, turned power hit-
Daley, the major league's top. Milwaukee 9, St. Louis 5 ter last night and slammed a
winner with 12 victories, suffered MILWAUKEE- The Milwaukee game-winning home run as Los
his sixth defeat. The winning hur- Braves capitalized on a shaky St. Angeles knocked off first place
ler was Hoyt Wilhelm who tossed Louis defense and swept to their Pittsburgh 5-4 before 51,438.
knuckleballs through 3% hitless sixth straight victory by defeating Pittsburgh .....120 100 000--J
innings in relief of the Baltimore the Cardinals 9-5 last night with Los Angeles ....000 002 30x-
starter, Chuck Estrada. This stint a pair of runs in the seventh and San Francisco 4, Philadelphia 0
gave Wilhelm a 7-6 won and lost Hank Aaron's 25th homer in the SAN FRANCISCO (/P-Youth-
mark for the year. eighth. ful right-hander Juan Marichal
Bob Trowbridge, who relieved The Braves, making an all-out hurled his way into the majoi
Daley with two on and only one bid to overhaul the Pittsburgh leagues with a one-hit victory
out in the final inning, was hit Pirates, blew a four run lead but for San Francisco over Phila-
hard by the Orioles before Ken managed to keep their winning delphia last night. Pinch hitter
Johnson came in to stop the on- streak intact as reliever Ron fiche Clay Dalrymple spoiled his no-
slaught. - struggled through the lsat two
The final inning was further and one-third innings. . in the eighth.
enlivened when a fan rushed on Milwaukee surrenderd long-ball
the field and punched plate um- hitting honors as the Cards nicked
pire Bob Stewart. An usher rushed started Bob Buhl for 10 hits, in-
to Stewart's assistance and was cluding solo homers by Curt Flood,
knocked down by the fan. Hank Stan Musial and Julian Javier, be-
Soar, first base umpire, rushed fore Piche came on in the seventh
in and tackled the spectator, to capture the triumph.

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SCORES'

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Douglas, a 23-year-old Marine, Nuclear Engineering 9, PsychlopS 7
Won 2-6,11-5, 6-0.aWillow Run 23, Medics?
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