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NEW YORK (A)---Willie Mays
:louted a homer and two singles
and Stan Musial, Eddie Mathews
and Ken Boyer also hit home runs
n the National League's 6-0 vic-
Cory over the American League
resterday for a' clean sweep of the
1960 All-Star games.
The shutout, a combination
fight-hit job by an assortment of
ix National pitchers, was only the
hird in 29 All-Star games. To
nake it possible, the Americans
iad to leave 12 on base.
38, 362 Attend Game
Only 38,362 turned out for
Yankee Stadium's first All-Star
ame since 1939 on a hot, hazy
nd humid afternoon,
The Nationals, 5-3 winners in
Kansas City onsMonday, cut the
kmerican's lead to 16-13 in the
!L-Star series with a record-tying
last of four home runs among
heir 10 hits off loser Whitey Ford
f New York and four successors.
Mathews, the Milwaukee slug-
er, powered a Ford pitch deep
rto the lower right field seats
vvith teammate Joe Adcock on
ase in the second. Mays, who
tad six hits in eight trips in the
wo 1960 games, lofted a homer
eep into the lower stands in left'
a the third. He now has a nine-'
ame All Star batting average of
438.
The crowd got a tremendous
harge out of Musial's home run.;
'he Man had been having a sad
ear until he came off the bench
i recent weeks to go on a batting
ampage. Musial batted for Wil-1
ams in the seventh and drove i

STRETCH- American Leaguer Al Kaline, the star Detroit Tiger outfielder, beats out a single in
yesterday's All-Star Game. His hit was futile, however, as the Yankees' Roger Maris grounded out to
end the game in a National League victory.

Staley's second pitch into the up-
per deck.
The figure filberts quickly cal-
culated that Musial broke his own
record by appearing in his 19th
game, getting his 19th hit, his
sixth homer, his 39th total base
and his 75th at bat.
Musial, the 39-year-old St.
Louis Cardinal favorite who was
appearing in his 19th game, slam-
med a pinch homer into the upper
deck in right in the seventh. It
was his sixth series homer, break-'
ing his own record and smashing
or tying a handful of All-Star
marks.
Ted Williams, the 41-year-old
Boston slugger in his 18th All-
Star game also drew an ovation
when he pinch hit for Chicago's
Minnie Minoso in the seventh
with teammate Frank Malzone on:
base. Williams singled sharply to
right. After Kaline walked to load

the bases against Jackson, Maris
flied out to Mays in right center.
AL Fills Bases
The American had the bases
full with two out in the third be-
fore Podres got Maris on a pop
to Milwaukee's Del Crandall. They
had men on first and second with
nobody out in the fifth but Minoso
grounded into a double play and
Boston's Pete Runnels was a Wil-
liams strikeout victim. In the
eighth, the Americans had men
on second and third with one out
but Henry made both pinch hitter
Al Smith of Chicago and Balti-
more's Ron Hansen pop up.
Ken Boyer, another St. Louis
Cardinal, ended the scoring with
a two-run homer into the lower
stands in left after Norm Larker
of Los Angeles walked to open the
ninth.
Maris Strands Seven
Roger Maris, *he Y a n k e e s'

srueling Event Draws Six r :.De Vicenzo Rallies Fast

)r Olympic Swim Trials

INDIANAPOLIS (Rn -Six girls
rho have smashed the listed
Lmerican record will swim the
unishing 1500 meters freestyle
ate today to open the AAU Senior
Women's Swimming and Diving
!hampionships at the big, broad
ipple Pool.
Future Tennis
"tars To Vie
n Com petition
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (P) -
nited States tennis stars of the
iture will be tested here next
eek in the first nationwide tour-
ament for boys and girls in the
L- and 13-year age divisions.
Alex Guerry, chairman of the
cuthern Lawn Tennis Assn. Jun-
r Development Program, has
een swamped with entries from
11 districts of the U.S. Lawn Ten-
is Assn.
"Each of the districts is send-
tg its champions," he said, "and
e are accepting entries from
;her players who are certified as
ctional champions."
I

Defending champion Sylvia Rus
ska of Berkeley, Calif., also 195
winner in the 400 meters individ
ual medley, has only the third bes
time among the 31 entrants.
They will swim the long even
only once, in as many heats a
necessary in the 50-meter Olympi
style pool, with places awarded or
times.
Best reported times for the 150(
meters, against Miss Russka's two
year-old meet record of 20:34.6, ar
20:05.6 by Carolyn Hoos, Los An
geles Athletic Club: 20:10 by Lau
ral Watson, Santa Clara (Calif.
Swim Club, and 20:12 by Mis
Russka.
Donna E. De Varona, Berkeley
(Calif.) YMCA, has done the
metric mile in 20:18: Joann
Blackwell, Los Angeles A.C., 20:22
and Donna Graham of Indian
apolis Riviera Club, the nationa
three-mile champ for three con
secutive years, 20:30.
The 1500 is not an Olympic dis-
tance.
Absence of 1959 winners in six
events practically assures some
first time American champs in the
three-day meet. Some of the girl
decided to concentrate on the
Olympic trials in Detroit next
month and skip the Nationals.
Chris Von Saltz of Santa Clara
America's best bet in Olympic
freestyle events, will defend he]
U.S. titles at 100, 200 and 400
meters. Other returning champions
include Ann Warner, Santa Clara
200 breaststroke, and Becky Col-
lins, Indianapolis, 100 and 200
butterfly.

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New Record
NEW YORK (WP-"How," grin-
ned 39-year-old Stan Musial, "does
e an old guy like me keep this up?"
s Musial sat in his cubicle in the
visiting team dressing room yes-
t terday after hitting a home run
that helped his National League
teammates shut out the American
Leaguers, 6-0, in the 29th All-Star
r Game in Yankee Stadium.
"You know," continued the
s great St. Louis Cardinals' out-
, fielder-first baseman, "I really had
a feeling I was going to hit a
homer. I can't explain why you
feel like that. But you do.
Swings for Single
"And I really wasn't trying to
hit one. The way I've been hitting
lately, I swing strictly for base
hits."
Musial, playing in his 19th All-
Star Game, was the happiest
player in the National League
dressing room. When the game
ended, the players came trooping
in as though they were going to
attend a board meeting. No whoop-
ing . . . no hollering.
Holds Four Records
Musial now has more home runs
than anyone in All-Star history
(6), more total bases (39) and the
most at bats (57). He also shares
the most runs scored with Willie
Mays of the San Francisco Giants
(11).
"Imagine," said Musial, "this is
my 19th All-Star Game! Why I
don't think some of those kids out
there player with me are 19 years
old."
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