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" IRI)$ESDAY, JULY 28, 1965

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
KC 'Closes in on Ninth

By The Associated Press
The lowly Kansas City Athletics,
who have occupied the American
League cellar since the first week
of the season, moved within a
game of ninth place Boston last
night by sweeping a twi-night
doubleheader from the Red Sox
7-3 and 10-8.
Pitcher Fred Talbot, 9-6, and

Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Wayne Causey drove in two runs
apiece as the A's won the opener
in spite of two homers by Bos-
ton's Tony Conigliaro. Bert Cam-
paneris stroked four hits includ-
ing an inside-the-park homer as
Kansas City completed the sweep.
Conigliaro tagged a grand slam
homer in the second game.
Meanwhile, on the other end of
the standings, first place Minne-
sota split a doubleheader with
Washington and lost a half game
of its lead to runner-up Baltimore
which nipped Los Angeles 3-2 in
10 innings. The Twins hold a
four-game lead over the Orioles.
First Homers
Washington's Mike Brumley hit
his first two home runs of the
season in consecutive swings as
the Senators ran up a nine-run
lead and hung on for a 10-7
first game victory over the Twins.
Don Mincher's eighth inning hom-
er with a mate aboard gave Min-
nesota the lead in the nightcap

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Baltimore
Cleveland
Detroit
Chicago
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Kansas City

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by Detroit 4-3 in the opener of
a twi-night doubleheader. The Ti-
gers won the nightcap 3-0 with
Joe Sparma beating the Yankees
for the fourth time this season.
Three Runs
Pedro Gonzalez drove in three
runs with a single and double as
Cleveland whipped Chicago 7-3.
Ralph Terry got the victory, his
10th against four losses.
In the National League, the
surging Milwaukee Braves won
their 12th game in the last 15,
thumping Houston 7-1. Felipe Alou
and Joe Torre each homered as
Tony Cloninger hung up his 13th
victory of the season with relief
help from Billy O'Dell.
Ernie Banks drove in four runs
with a bases loaded double and a
solo homer as Chicago downed the
New York Mets 6-3.
Philadelphia anddPittsburgh
split a twi-night doubleheader
with the Phillies taking the open-
er 3-1 and Pirates winning the
nightcap 3-2 in 10 innings.
Donn Clendenen singled home
Willie Stargell with the winning
run in the 10th inning of the
nightcap as the Pirates gained the
split.
Bob Purkey pitched a five-hit-
ter as the St. Louis Cards blanked
the San Francisco Giants 3-0. The
Cards collected only four hits off
losing pitcher Warren Spahn, who
gave up a homer to Bill White.

Birds Place
Roberts
Ont waivers
BALTIMORE (P) - V e t e r a n
pitcher Robin Roberts, No. 16
among all-time major league base-
ball winners, was placed on waiv-
ers by the Baltimore Orioles yes-
terday at his own request.
The move, designed to give Rob-
erts his unconditional release, was
taken after the 38-year-old right-
hander expressed dissatisfaction at
being used as a spot starter and
long reliever.
"I have no quarrel at not being
used asea starter," Roberts said
at a Memorial Stadium news con-
ference prior to last night's game
against the Los Angeles Angels.
"I just don't want to participate
otherwise.
"I thought it best to sever my
status here now, so I could get a
real opportunity to pitch else-
where next year," Roberts said.
"If I continued in my current role,
I would assume by the end of the
season I would have put in my
last year of baseball."
Roberts won his first four deci-
sions of 1965 on complete game
efforts, but then lost seven.

TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP:
Pasarell Leads Third Round

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (P) -
Fifth-seeded Charley Pasarell of
Puerto Rico and Australia's tal-
ented tandem of Roy Emerson
and Fred Stolle led the men's ad-
vance yesterday into the third
round of the Eastern Grass Courts
Tennis Championships.
Pasarell, who upset both Aussie
stars and won the Pennsylvania
Lawn Tennis title last week, elimi-
nated Butch Newman of San An-
tonio, Tex., 6-1, 6-4.
Emerson's acrobatics provided
the No. 1 ranked star a 6-2, 6-3
victory over Stan Smith of Berke-
ley, Calif., No. 1 U.S. junior,
Stolle needed just 35 minutes to
whip Frank Tutvin of Hollywood,
Fla., 6-0, 6-1.

Roger Taylor of
Gerrard of New

Mary Ann Eisel of St. Louis, each
lost sets but went on to win
their matches.
Taylor, broad-shouldered York-
shireman, who is No. 4 in the
men's field, struggled to a 4-6,
8-6, 6-3 victory over Garry Rose,
a stubborn UCLA sophomore from
Orinda, Calif. Gerrard defeated
Cliff Bucholz of St. Louis 6-1,
4-6, 6-2.
Miss Eisel, No. 1 in the National
Girls 18 ranks, and 10th among
U.S. women, had to rally to beat
Patricia Stewart Edrich of New
York 3-6, 6-2, 6-3.

Billie Jean Moffitt of Long
Beach, Calif., t h e defending
women's queen, swept out Mrs.
Patricia Parks of Denver 6-0, 6-2
and Mrs. Karen Susman of St.
Louis, 1960 and 1961 champion,
went 6-3, 6-0 over Mrs. Alice
Hartman of Jersey City, N.J.
Janie Albert of Pebble Beach,
Calif., the 6-2, 6-3 victory over
Kathy Blake of Pacific Palisades,
Calif., and Julie Heldman of New
York, the 6-2, 6-1 winner against
Kathy Nethery of Newport Beach,
Calif., also joined the seeds in
the third round.

England, Lew
Zealand and

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 7, Chicago 3
Baltimore 3, Los Angeles 2 (10 inn)
Kansas City 7-10, Boston 3-8
Washington 10-5, Minnesota 7-9
New York 4-0, Detroit 3-3
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at New York (n)
Chicago at Cleveland (n)
linnesota at Washington (n)
Los Angeles at Baltimore (n)
Kansas City at Boston (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

and the Twins went
victory for the split.
Brooks Robinson's
single delivered Russ
the winning run as
nipped the Angels.

on to a 9-5
10th inning
Snyder with
the Orioles
Snyder had

FIRST-ROUND PLAYOFFS
Economics 8, Zoology 2
Psych "B" 8, Bio Chem 8
(Called by darkness in 8th)
TODAY'S GAMES
Math vs. C. B. Tigers
Dental School vs. Eng. Mech

Bargain Days Specials!
Ladies' "ARNOLD PALMER" Alpaca Sweaters,
Regular $19.75, NOW $11.95
All GOLF SHOES and BAGS--20% OFF
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All BASEBALL SHOES-25% OFF
SLEEPING BAGS-20% OFF
Poplin "Michigan" JACKETS,
Regular $6.95, NOW $3.95
STEIN & GOETZ Sporting Goods
315 South Main Street-Downtown ,

opened the 10th with a pinch
double against reliever Dean
Chance.
Tom Tresh's two-run hr'ner
gave Whitey Ford his 12th victory
of the year as New York slipped

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 6, New York 3
Milwaukee 7, Houston 1
Philadelphia 3-2, Pittsburgh 1-3
Cincinnati at Los Angeles (Inc)
St. Louis at San Francisco (Inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at San Francisco
New York at Chicago (2)
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (n)
Cincinnati at Los Angeles (n)
Milwaukee at Houston (n)

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