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Major League Standings
The no-hit pitching of the
Chemists' Bill McKeachie topped
a list of stellar performances by
I-M softball pitchers yesterday as
regular season play neared itsI
I Mc K E A C H I E'S performance
gave the Chemists a 2-0 win from
the Pickups. An error and a base
on balls kept McKeachie from a
Meanwhile, Ed's Boys rolled
to a 7-0 victory over Cooley
House behind the 13-strike-out
pitching of Jim Murphy, while
Fletcher's Earl Haight whiffed
10 Tyler House men as his team
racked up a 6-1 win.
In other games, Strauss lam-
basted Anderson, 19-2; Lutheran
Chapel whipped the Architects, 11
to 4; and the Hardrocks socked
the Goldbricks, 3-0.
SOFTBALL GAMES postponed
because of rain this week will be
played the first two days of next
week, league officials announced.
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AUGUSTA, Me. - (P) - Charles
Boswell, Birmingham, Ala., sales-
man who lost his sight in the Bat-
tle of the Bulge, successfully de-
fended his National Blind Golf
Tournament crown today.
His winning total over the
troublesome, par 71 Augusta coun-
try club course was 220 for the 36
hole medal play two-day event.
ART SMITH of Philadelphia,
first day leader, bucketed a nine
foot putt to finish in a second
place deadlock with Bill Gilman of
Portland, Maine's lone entrant.
Each had 227.
Boswell, former University of
Alabama football great, parred
the first two holes of today's
18-hole round. He carded. a bo-
gey five on the third to take a
two stroke lead.
ZOLDAK WINS OWN GAME:
Indians Sweep Series
St. Louis 48
New York 37
Win over A 's Ahead of NY
PHILADELPHIA - (A') - Sam
Zoldak pitched and batted Cleve-
land to win in four and one half
games of the American League
lead as the Indians scored a 3-2
eleven inning vitcory over Phil-
By Rain Again
forced postponement of all match-
es in the National Clay Court
championships at suburban River
Forrest Tennis Club.
It was the third postponement
in four days due to soaked condi-
tion of the courts.
last night for a clean
the three-game series.
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Zoldak batted in the winningj
run with a blooper to left, ad-!
mitting Bob Kennedy who had
doubled to right with two down.
Kennedy had forced the game in-
to overtime when he unloaded his
eighth home run of the year with
two away in Cleveland's half of
* * *
ZOLDAK, taking over for start-
er Steve Gromek, limited the A's
to two hits over the last five in-
nings. Both came in the tenth
when Connie Mack's men lost a
great chance to sew up the game.
Pitcher Alex Kelner opened
with a single but Eddie Joost's
hard smash went straight to Al
Rosen, who started a double
play. Wally Moses followed with
a hit and Joe Gordon bobbled
Elmer Valo's grounder but Sam
Chapman was- unable to bring
a run home.
Kennedy was Cleveland's whole
show as he tallied all three runs.
The A's scored first off Gromek
in the fourth on Sam Chapman's
15th homer and counted again
in the sixth on Valo's single and
the second of Ferris Fain's two
Leads in Golf
ST. PAUL, Minn.-tom)-.A seven-
under par 65 that flowed from his
smoothly working putter gave Jim
Ferrier, 35-year-old San Francisco
professional, the lead at the end
of the first day of play in the St.
Paul $15,000 open golf tournament
One stroke behind Ferrier with a
66 was Skee Riegel, former apa-
teur from Tulsa, Okla., playing his
first year as a professional.
TIED AT 67 were Henry Ran-
som, St. Andgews, Ill., Bill Nary,
Chino, Calif.; Skip Alexander,
Knoxville, Tenn., and Ted Kroll,
New Hartford, N.Y., Joe Coria, St.
Paul, and Fred Hawkins, El Paso,
Texas, had 68S.
pulled the Boston Red Sox into a
6-5 victory over the top-place De-
troit Tigers by doubling in Billy
Goodman with an 11th inning win-
ning run today in a breath-taking
contest that was rained on most
of the time.
Boston's Walt Dropo dropped
behind the Tigers' George Kell in
the major leagues hitting compe-
tition by one-thousandth of a
point, .3526 to .3525.
* * *
BOTH OF those sluggers hit
safely once in five tries, Dropo
whacking his 24th homer against
Art Houtteman in the fourth in-
ning. In the previous inning, Kell,
who has played 11 more games,
banged a two-bagger against Walt
The Tigers did all of their
scoring before Masterson was
replaced by Chuck Stobbs with
one out in the fourth.
Before Stobbs came in to pitch
in sensational fashion, Pat Mul-
lin, a right field replacement for
Vic Wertz, gave the Tigers their
third and fourth runs by hitting
an inside-the-park homer.
IT WAS a sizzling drive to right
field that bounced around long
enough to permit Mullin to score
in easy fashion after Kell had
bashed his double. Mullin also
drove in Johnny Lipon with the
first Detroit run in the opening
Two singles which sandwich-
ed Johnny Pesky's triple gave
the Red Sox two runs in the
fifth and Bobby Doerr's 13th
homer cut the Tigers' lead to
5-4 in the eighth.
Art Houtteman, who went the
entire route, found himself dead-
locked in the ninth when he walk-
ed two batters and gave Junior
Stephens a chance to single in his
56th run of the season.
Stobbs, who faced only 19 bat-
ters in six full innings, thanks to
a double play, gave way to a pinch-
hitter in the ninth and Ellis Kin-
der gained credit for the over-
HOUTTEMAN was only one
pitch away from victory in the
Art was tagged for 12 hits, in-
cluding the two homers, but it
was two bases on balls in the
ninth: that proved his down-
fall. One of them was turned
into the winning run.
The - Detroit righthander fan-
ned pinch-hitter Tom Wright, then
walked both Goodman and Pesky.
DiMaggio forced Pesky, but with
the count two strikes and one
ball, Stephens singled to center
to score Goodman with the tying
The setback sends the Tigers to
New York for a crucial three-
game series with their pennant
hopes hanging in the balance.
Pirates Edge Phils, 10-8
In 8-Pitcher Slug fest
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PITTSBURGH-( ')-In a nip-
and-tuck slugfest that lasted al-
most three hours the Pittsburgh
Pirates edged out the Philadelphia
Phils 10-8 yesterday.
The brawl worked out eight dif-
. . . .:
THE VICTORY was the second
in a row by the cellar-dwelling
Bucs over the Phils, a top con-
tender for the National League
Slugger Ralph Kiner added; to
the Pirate achievement by swat-
ting his 27th homer in the last
of the eighth.
A big four-run sixth inning was
the clincher for the Bucs. Doubles
Qualifies at 87
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speedboats, including the world
record holder Slo-Mo-Shun IV,
qualified today for tomorrow's
Gold Cup race on the Detroit Ri-
But with only three heats quali-
fied in two days a terrific traffic
jam appears in the making tomor-
row and during a two-hour quali-,
fying extension period Saturday
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Slo-Mo-Shun IV apparently never
really opened up.
No Diff toRiggs
LOS ANGELES - (/P) - Tennis
player Bobby Riggs said some nice
things today about his estranged
wife, Kay, who has asked $1,500
monthly child support and tem-
porary alimony pending a divorce.
Riggs, 32-year-old professional,
testified that his earnings last
year were $33,920 and hi sexpenses
$26,191. Mrs. Riggs, who alleged
cruelty, says Riggs is worth $100,-
000 and earns $50,000 to $60,000 a
year. The couple has two children.
"She's young, attractive, intel-
ligent and likeable, and she can
support herself," Riggs told do-
mestic relations court.
Detroit at New York (night)
-Gray (10-3) vs. Raschi (11-6).
St. Louis at Boston (night)-
Dorish (4-8) vs. Dobson (10-8).
Cleveland at Washington
(night)-Garcia (6-5) vs. Hud-
Chicago at Philadelphia
(night)-Pierce (6-9) vs. Bris-
New York at St. Louis (night)
--Hearn (1-1) or Kennedy (3-4)
vs. Staley (8-7).
Brooklyn at Cincinnati -- Roe
(11-5) vs. Wehmeier (8-10).
Boston at Chicago-Sain (12-
6) vs. Rush (9-10).
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
(night) - Roberts (10-5) vs.
by Stan Rojek and Kiner and sin-
gles by Ted Beard, Gus Bell, Dan-
ny Murtaugh and Dan O'Connell
accounted for the tallies.
NEITHER of the starting pitch-
ers, Bob Miller for the Phils or
Cliff Chambers for the Pirates, saw
the end of the fifth inning.
Chambers' downfall was caused
by fat pitches given to Del Ennis,
Granny Hamner and Dick Sisler
that went for homers. Sisler's put
the Phils ahead in the fifth and
ended Chambers' tour of duty, who
left in favor of Vernon Law. Law
was relieved by Murry Dickson in
The Pirates got 16 hits off the
quintet of Phil throwers - Bob
Miller, Blix Donnelly, Jim Kon-
stanty, Milo Candini, and Russ
Meyer. The Phillies got 14.
Beard and O'Connell each got
three hits in the Pirate win.
BUFFALO, N. Y.-(P)-Ezzard
Charles, the NBA heavyweight
champion, will defend his title
here Aug. 15 in a 15-round bout
with Freddie Beshore, promoter
Dewey Michaels of the Fairview
Athletic Club said last night.
Michaels said both fighters had
agreed to the new date for the
It will be the champion's first
fight since recovering from a
strained heart muscle which led
to the postponements earlier this
year of his fight with Beshore.
Spring Lake Final
To Be Held Today
Strevel of Mt. Clemens will meet
Barbara Canine of Kalamazoo in
the finals of the 28th annual
Spring Lake Women's Open Golf
tournament this morning.,
The match, bringing together
Miss Strevel, medalist in this year's
tournament, and Miss Canine, a
finalist in the recent state tourna-
ment at Lansing, promises to be
a close battle.
Killings A id
St. Louis Holds
ST. LOUIS-()-The New York
Giants thrashed the league-lead-
ing St. Louis Cardinals 13-3 here
last night to gain revenge for two
severe beatings the day before.
Five double plays helped the
cause of Dave Koslo, who got
credit for the victory after allow-
ing nine hits. Erv Dusak did a
splendid relief job for the Cardin-
als, holding the Giants scoreless
in the last five innings by giving
up' but three hits.
THE GIANTS collected 13 hits
and all of their runs off starter
Red Munger and relief hurlers Al
Papai and Fred Martin.
St. Louis managed to get men
on base but they couldn't pro-
duce. The combination of Henry
Thompson, Eddie Stanky and
Tookie Gilbert pulled three
double plays. Stanky, Ain
Dark and Gilbert accounted for
Everyone in the Giants' lineup,
except Stanky, hit safely at least
Day or Nite-
CINCINNATI--(P)-The C i n-
cinnati Reds bagged both ends of
a twi-night doubleheader from the
Brooklyn Dodgers last night, win-
ning the first 3-1 on Ken Raffens-
berger's effective hurling and the
nightcap 6-2 with a four-run erup-
tion in the seventh.
Ted Kluszewski hit his 17th ho-
mer in the opener.
CINCINNATI now has won 21
of its last 29 games and has cap-
turned five straight doublehead-
Young Chris Van Cuyk and
Redleg veteran Ewell Blackwell
engaged in a tight pitching duel
in the tail-ender. The .Reds
grabbed a one-run edge in the
second but four straight singles
with two out in the third put
the Dodgers ahead 2-1. The
Redlegs tied it up in the fifth
on a walk and two singles.
Van Cuyk was yanked in the
seventh with two on and none
out. Rookie Joe Landrum took
over the passed Kluszewski. Then
catcher Bruce Edward's two-run
error split the deadlock. Landrum
scooped up Bobby Usher's roller
to the mound and threw to the
plate. Edwards let the ball get
past him and two runs charged
across the plate as the ball rolled
to the backstop. Joe Adcock singl-
ed in the other two runs that in-
* * *
BLACKWELL struck out nine
and didn't issue a single walk,
nor did Raffensberger in the open-
A walk, two singles and Klus-
zewski's long liner produced two
runs in Cincinnati's half of the
first. Brooklyn shaved the lead to
2-1 in the fifth on three singles.,
The hulking Kluszewski's homer
into the right-field bleachers in
the sixth ended scoring.
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