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TH ICHRIGAN DAILY1E

zissies To Meet in Wimbledon Final;'
MacKay-Rope Win Doubles Match

San Francisca Defeats Chicago, 5-2;v
Bunnling. Pitches Detroit To Victor-, 5-0

were eliminated in the second
round of the doubles.
The Italian pair, Nicola Pie-
trangeli and Orlando Sirola, over-
turned Cranston and Green 6-4,
3-6, 6-1, 10-8.
Gibson Wins Doubles
In the women's doubles Miss
Gibson and Maria Bueno of Bra-
zil strolled into the semifinals
with a 8-0, 6-0 triumph over Mrs.
Philip Chatrier of France andy
Britain's Angela -Mortimer.
A round behind the Gibson-
Bueno pair, Mrs. Margaret du
Pont of Wilmington, Del., and
Margaret Varner of El Paso, Tex,,
advanced into the fourth round
with a. surprising 6-2, 6-2 victory
over the second-seeded British
duo, Shriley Bloomer and Chris-
tine Truiman.

Giants a, Cubs 2
CHICAGO ()-Homers by Ray Yankees 4, Orioles I
Jablonski and Bob Schmidt rallied BALTIMORE A'! - Zack Mon-
the San Francisco Giants in the roe, promising rookie pitcher up
sixth inning Wednesday for a 5-29rmDne'md i is tr
triumph over the Chicago Cubs aNeYrk aneamst-
behind the nine -hit junk -ball, saNwYr akeamse
pitching of Stu Miller, fuil one as he humbled Baltimore
It was Miller's second decision 4-1 Wednesday.
against four losses. His other vic- Monroe, a right-hander, limited
tory', and only complete game of the Orioles to five hits over seven
the season, also camne over the
Cubs.
Miller yielded two singles in suc-
cession in the ninth with twvo out
and Johnny Antonell was rushed
in to face pinch hitter Jim Bolger.
Bolger flied out to center to end}
the game.

JIM BUNNING
. returns to form

CARDS 661IN FIRST ROUND:
Thomson Heads Field at British Open

N\ats 3, Red Sox 3
BOS'TON 00') - Faye Throne-
berry, a Boston castoff, leaned
into the Red Sox bullpen to spear
pinch-hitter Lou Berberet's home
run bid for the final out yesterday
that saved a 5-3 Washingtoni vic-
tozry.
Ted Wil1liams, who accounted
for all the Boston tallies, -wal-
loped a mighty 500-foot homerj
with a man aboard to chase Sen-.
ators' starter Camilo Pascual in
the ninth.
The homer wYkas Ted's 13th of
the season and his fifth in his
last six games (which included a
pinch-hit appearance;.

innin~gs before he appeagred to
tire. Ryne Duen inished c.
Monroe's performanceoer
shadowed the hitting- splurge of
teammate Hank B auwr, who tbang-
ed out four singles andr a double
in five trips. upping his average
18 points to .289.
Billy O'Dell, picked by Casey
Stengel for mound duty in the
All-Star game here next Tuesday,
lost his third game in three starts
against the Yankees. It wA as his.
ninth loss compared to eight vic-
tories for the year.
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Tigers 5, Athletics 0
DE'OIT (A") - Jim Bunning,
returning to the form that made
him a 230-game winner a year ago,
blanked the Kansa~s City Athletics
oan four scattered safeties yester-
day and the Detroit Tigers cap-
tured a :5-0 decision,
!Gail Harris' sixth home ruin in
the sixth inning gave Bunning all
the batting support he needed for
his fourth straight triumph and
his sixth in 11 decisions.
Buinning, an early season dis-
appointment who was able to fin-
ish only one of his first eight
starts, never permitted the Ath-
letics to muster even a mild threat.
R~edlegs 1, Braves 0
MILWAUKEE to)--Brooks Law--
rence bested Joey Jay in an Air-
tight battle of right-handers last
night as Cincinnati blanked the
Milwaukee Braves 1-0 to salvage
one victory in a three-game series
in County Stadium.
It wa.s the second successive 1-0
shutout of the series. The Braves'
Lew Burdette blanked the Redlegs
Tuesday night.

Thomson won the champion-
ship three times in a row in 1954-
55-56 and he was second in. 1952,
1953 and 1957. He won the quali-
fying medal Tuesday with a rec-
ord 133 score after breaking the
record at Lytham with a 63 Mon-
day,
Fifty Foot Birdie

BOB LEMNON
... ineffective

.

Yesterday he continued to shootI
great golf, except for missing a
couple of short putts. He holed a
5-foot birdie putt on the eighth.
,Chasing Thomson were Christy

O'Connor of Killarnen. Ireland,
35-32-67; Henry Cotton, Eng-
land's 51-y-ear-old all-time great,
34-34-68; Gary Player, 22-year-
old South African who was sec-
ond in the U.S. Open last month.,
35-33-68, and Max Faulkner of,
England, who faded after winning
this title in 1951-33-35--68,
Three others shot 69s and seven
had 70~s.
Li-ncoln Road
To Try Aain
CHICAGO (A3) - Lincoln Road,
who came into his wn when Tim
Tam's racing career closed with a
broken bone, tries for his second
straight victory tomorrow in the
$75,000-added Stars and Stripes
,Handicap.

TED WXLLIAMS
.. 3 00-foot homer

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Major Lea gut
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct, GR
New York 45 74 .832 -
Kansas City 34 34 .314 9?
Boston 36 33 .307 10
Detroit 33 35 .30q) 04
Chicago 34 36 .486 11!14
Cleveland 134 39 .4"6 13
B3altiore 32 38 .437 13 ji
Washington 30 41 ,423 16
YESTER4DAiY 'S RESULTS
New York 4, Baltimore 1
Detroit 5, Kansaxs City 0
W{5ashington 5, Boston 3
only games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at Chicago
,New York At Washington
(Only games scheduled,)
Baltimore at Boston

eStandings
NATIONAL LEAGUE
MI L Piet. GB
lMilwaukee 39 28 .382 -
St. Louis 36 32 .329 34
San Francibeco 38 34 .528 31-
Cincinnaati 31 34 .483 8*.2
Chicago 35393 .479 7
Philadelph-a 31 34 .477 7
Pittsburgh 34 38 .472 7?Aj
Los Angel(-s 32 39 .431 9
*(Does not incelude last Aight'S
Bame)
YEsSTE:RDAY'S RAESLTS)C
San FrAncisco 5, Chicago2
Cincinnati at Milwaukee, tight
Only game" schedulerX.
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Los Angeles (TWI-N)
Philadelphia at Milwaukee
Chicago at San Franoisco
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (2!)

fIndaReady
To Putt Lemon
Up for Sale
CLEVELAND (.T - The Cleve
land Indians are asking waiver
on veteran righthand pitcher Bo
Lemon, who won with the Trib
for twelve years but has been in
effective this year,
IThe announcement came shortl
after the Indians bought relie
pitcher Morris Martin from the S1
Louis Cardinals for a little ove
the waiver price of $20,000,
The Indian front office here safe
if Lemon is not claimed by aix
other major league team he wt
go to San Diego, the Tribe's Pa
cific Coast League farm club.
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