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Graebner Advances in Meet

Mays Blasts Record 512th Homer

By The Associated Press
ROME - Two unseeded U.S.
men, Clark Graebner and Bill
Tym, and 19-year-old Kathleen
Harter of Seal Beach, Cailf., ad-
vanced another round yesterday
in the Italian International Ten-
nis Tournament.
The Impressive Miss Harter,
seventh in, American women's
rankings, entered the fourth
round with a 6-1, 6-3 triumph over
Mary Habicht, formerly of Suna-
pee, N.H.
Graebner, bespectacled Davis
Cup member from Beachwood,

Ohio, defeated Ingo Budding of
West Germany 6-0, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3.
Tym, from Peoria, Ill., ousted Ber-
nard Montrenaud of France 6-3,
3-6, 1-,6, 7-5, 6-4. Both gained the
third round.
Another U.S. player, Jim Mc-
Manus of Berkeley, Calif., was
eliminated in a mild upset. Jiri
Javorski of Czechoslovakia beat
the former University of Califor-
nia ace 3-6, 6-1, 6-0, 6-2.
McManus, a member of the
American touring team which
campaigned in Australia, won the
frist set so easily he seemed to

relax. He then became a victim of
the Czech's net-rushing tactics.
Julie Heldman of New York was
down one set, 6-3, to Silvana Laz-
zarini of Italy when their match
was halted by darkness. It will be
resumed today.
Seeded players in both the
men's and women's divisions again
came through handily.
Cliff Drysdale of South Africa,
at No. 3 the highest seed to see
action in the men's division, won
a second round duel from Dimitri
S t u r d z a of Switzerland 6-3,
6-3, 6-4.


By The Associated Press
of the San Francisco Giants be-
came the greatest home run hit-
ter in National League history last
night when he hit the 512th of
his career off Los Angeles' Claude
Osteen in the fifth inning.
Mays had struck out the first
two times against Osteen but came
up with two out in the fifth and
tagged Osteen's first pitch over
the right field fence. That broke
Mel Ott's record.
It was Mays' seventh homer of

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the season and ended a 10-day managed
draught that began after he hit when he
No. 511 at Houston a week ago down th
Sunday. The homer also was the third in
first off Osteen in 95 innings. er's thro
The crowd of about 25,000 at with a w
Candlestick Park stood and cheer- out Alex
ed Mays for several minutes after ning.
he connected, chanting "We want St. Lo
Willie . . . We want Willie . . . We of the in
want Willie .. ." right-hai
Mays finally came out of the and walk
Giant dugout and tipped his hat. 19 batter
The cheering still had not died Bresso
down, however, when the next opened ti
batter, Tito Fuentes, tripled. after Jir
Mays reached No. 512 in his two out,
15th season. Ott accumulated his homer.
total in 22 seasons with the New Twov
York Giants, from 1926 through Cardinal
1947. singles b
Mays, who will be 35 May 6, tied the Mets
Ott's record with a homer against second.
the Astros' Jim Owens. Bresso
The Giant center fielder is now the four
fourth on the all-time homer list Cardinal
Barring injury, he should surpass tainted t
Ted Williams' 521 and Jimmy only one
Foxx' 534 this season. That would
leave only the 714 Babe Ruth Nats
collected in 22 seasons.
Mays also is the second greatest WASH
right-handed home run hitter ington p
trailing Foxx. Williams and Ruth to five
were left-handed hitters. Senators
I second st
Tigers Whitewashed Relieve
DETROIT-Earl Wilson pitche
a three-hitter and collaborated YI
with George Scott on a homer
assault as the Boston Red Sox
belted Detroit 7-0 last night.
Wilson started the homer binger
with a solo shot in the fifth in- Clevean
ning, then Scott his his first of Baltimo
the game with a man on later Chicago
in the inning. Scott, the Red Sox' Detroit
rookie first baseman, hit a three- Minneso
run shot in the ninth inning. washing
Scott leads the American League Boston
with seven homers. New Yo
Wilson did not allow a hit until1 YE
Don Wert beat out a grounder to Clevelan
deep short with one out in the Washing
Mi nneso
fifth. Norm Cash singled to right i oston 7
in the seventh and Jerry Lumpe Kansas
singled in the ninth for the only Kansas(
other hits off Wilson, who collect- clevelan
ed his first victory of the season. only ga
The only other batters to reach
base against Wilson were Lumpe
who was safe on shortstop Rice Pittsbur
Petrocelli's error in the first in- x-San F
ning, and Mickey Stanley, who x-Los A.
walked in the third. Philadel
The Red Sox scored their first Atlanta
run in the third on successive sin- New Yo
gles by Bob Tillman, Wilson and Cinen
Jim Gosger.I Chicago
Mets Clobber Cards I'ittsbur
New Yo
ST. LOUIS - Jack Hamilton Houston
pitched a one-hitter and Ron Swo- Pliladel
boda and Eddie Bressoud ham-a
mered home runs as the New Los Ang
York Mets blanked the St. Louis 1'hiladel
Cardinals 8-0 last night. CChicago
Cardinal starter Ray Sadecki only ga
go for

the only Cardinal hit
dumped a two-out bunt
e third base line in the
ning and beat Ken Boy-
w. Lou Brock followed
walk but Hamilton struck
Johnson, ending the in-
uis got only two balls out

afield against the veteran second on singles by Frank How-
nacer who struck out six ard, Jim King, Dick Nen, Jim
ed one. He retired the last French and a passed ball.
s in a row. Hits by Fred Valentine and Don
ud, who had three hits Blasingame and two walks gave
he game with a single and Washington another run in the
n Hickman walked with third.
Swoboda walloped his Curt Blefary hammered a home
run for the Orioles.
walks, the first of six * * *
errors and run scoring Roberts Shuts Out Cubs
y Bressoud and Boyer gav(
two unearned runs in the HOUSTON - Robin Roberts
scattered seven hits, posting his
ud hit his first homer in first shutout of the season, and
th with none on and the Dave Nicholson hit a three-ri00
s gave the Mets two more homer as the Houston Astros1
tallies in the eighth on whipped the Chicago Cubs 4-0
hit. last night for their fourth straight
* * victory.
Beat Orioles Again Roberts, now 3-2, had a hand in'
the Astros' first run in the third
INGTON-Three Wash- inning when he bunted John Bate-
itchers limited Baltimore man, who had singled, to second
hits last night as the base. Bateman scored on Joe Mor-
handed the Orioles their gan's single.
raight setback, 3-2. The two singles were the only
ers Dick Lines and Ron hits off Dick Ellsworth until the
Astros struck for their final runs
L.aguein the sixth. Morgan was hit by a
a jor League pitch, Sonny Jackson singled, and
one out later, Nicholson hit his
Sta in gshomer.
* * *
W L Pct. GB Pirates Squeak By Reds
id 13 1 .929 -- I
re 12 3 .84 41I% CINCINNATI-Pittsburgh scor-
10 6 .625 4 ed three unearned runs on a pair
1a 8 .579 4 of fourth inning errors by Cin-
i i 9 7 .563 5
ta 7 7 .500 6 cinnati's Pete Rose and edged the
ton 6 10 .375 8 Reds 4-3 last night.
5 12 .294 92 It was the Pirates' sixth straight
rk 4 14 .222 11
s City 3 12 .204 1 triumph over Cincinnati this sea-
d 2, New York 1 There were two out in the
gton 3, Baltimore 2
ta 6, Chicago 1 fourth when Rose made his first
, Detroit 4 error, letting Bob Bailey's ground-
City at Los Angeles (inc) er get past him. Andre Rodgers
TODAY'S GAMES who had singled, went to third
City at Caliornia (n) on the boot and came home when
d at New York
mes scheduled Steve Blass singled.
NATIONAL LEAGUE Then Rose allowed Manny Mo-
w L Pct. GB ta's bouncer to go through his
gh 13 5 .722 - legs, permitting Bailey to score

Kline permitted just three hits
over the last 52/% innings after
Washington starter Jim Duck-
worth had to leave with a back
strain in the fourth. Lines got
credit for the victory, his first in
the major leagues.
The Senators scored two run:
off loser Wally Bunker in the

Jose Pagan's bunt single brought
Blass in with the third run.
* * *
Twins Bomb- Chicago
CHICAGO-Don Mincher's two-
run double keyed a three-run first
inning that triggered Minnesota
to a 6-1 victory over the Chicago
White Sox last night.
Jim Kaat pitched a five-hitter
as the Twins won their third
White Sox' starter John Buz-
hardt booted Zoilo Versalles
bouncer opening the game. After
Bernie Allen flied out, Tony Oliva
walked and Mincher doubled the
runners home. Mincher came
around on Don Buford's throwing
Phillies Down Braves
ATLANTA-Chris Short allow-
ed only two hits, a-homer and
single by Denis .Menke, as he
pitched the Philadelphia Phillies
to a 2-1 victory over Atlanta last
Menke got the Braves' first hit
with a sharp liner to center field
in the fifth inning. and then slam-
med his second homer of the sea-
son into the left field seats in
the eighth.
The only other Braves to reach
base were Woody oWodward, whc
walked in the fourth, and Joe
Torre, who walked in the seventh
after Phillie catcher Clay Dalrym-
ple was thrown out of the game
for disputing a called ball.
Yankes Lose Again
NEW YORK - Fred Whitfield
hit his third game winning homer
against New York this season
slamming a leadoff homer in the
ninth inning that gave the Cleve-
land Indians a 2-1 victory over
the Yankees last night.
It was Cleveland's 13th victory
in 14 games this season.
Whitfield, who earlier in the
season won two straight games
against the Yankees with homers
takked a 1-1 pitch by reliever
Steve Hamilton into the lower
right field seats and brought Son-
ny Siebert his second victory with-
out a loss.




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