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TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1958

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Milwaukee Regains National League Lead;
Boston Defeats Cleveland in 10th, 4-3 j

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By The Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO-Powered by
Wes Covington, the Milwaukee
Braves walloped San Francisco
12-3 yesterday behind the five-hit
pitching of Lew Burdette and re-'
gained first place in the National
i, League over the Giants by one-
half game.'
Covington singled across twxo!
runs in the first inning then blast-
ed a solo home run over the 380-
ft. sign in rightfield in the third.
Before leaving for a pinch run-
ner in the eighth, the 205-pound.
outfielder added two more singles
and a walk.

straight overtime losses by edging
Philadelphia, 11-10. in 11 innings.
Walt Moryn doubled across the
tying and winning runs with one
out in the second extra inning af-
ter the Cubs made three errors in
the top half to give the Phillies
an unearned marker for a 10-9
bulge.I
The victory gave the Cubs a 3-1
edge for the series as 11-game
winnerdRay Semproch, working in'
relief, drew his sixth loss,
The victory went to Rookie Glen'
Hobbie, sixth Chicago pitcher, who
picked up his seventh win. He has
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In the Red Sox 10th. Jensen
walked, moved up on Dick Gcr-
nert's sacrifice and then Grant
purposely passed Lou Berberet.
Boston Manager Mike Higgins
called on southpaw swinger Billy
Klaus but when Joe Gordon coun-
tered with Mossi, Higgins switched
to Bill Renna who walked on a
3-2 pitch.
Mossi went 3-2 against Lepciol
before a low, inside curve sent
Ted to first and moved Jensen
home for the winnring margin.
The triumph was the fourth
against seven setbacks for Wall.

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AGAINST RUSSIANS:
Track Coach Predicts U.S. Victory
NEW YORK QP) - The head
chU d\ork in store for us, and the rest "Usually, countries trade the
pcted ta-th ta of the week my boys are going performances of their athletes,
lpredicted yesterday -with noto go through two workouts a day b '
strings attached - that his squad to get in tip-top shape. Two weeks
would whip Russia when the from today, we will leave Russia out a thing about the Russians.
world's to premier track and field the winners." The performance of every member
At West Point of our team is there for them to
Eastment took his team to the see.
ing July 27-28 in Moscow, United States Military Academy at "In fact. our AAU officials have
Will Be Close West Point after the Amateur written the Russians asking in-
"It Probably will be close," said Athletic Union gave the team and formation as to the makeup of
Geol F Eastm e tt a fe rca coaches a luncheon here. their team, but the letters have

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Milwaukee collected two more We know we have a lot of
runs in the fifth to send starter Lee Walls, who earlier ran his s 2 T
Al orhigtn utwih isfithstring to eight straight hits with Orioles 2, Tigers1
l oftheng on agit ight his 20th homer, was called out on BALTIMORE-Bob Boyd ruined
loss of the season against eight Herb M ofo rd' nta trig
triumphs. strikes to open the Cubs' 11th. . Mfors initial starting U . .
triyu Crh , k JeErnie Banks and Sammy Taylor pitching assignment for the De-
Ray Crone, rookie Joe Shipley te ikdsnls troit Tigers yesterday with an
and Ramon Monzant relieved him. ;heighth-inning hsmeirunhasddau2-1Ieighthen nigked eingled. one F mals
The Braves, who lost firstplce oryn followed with his double,jeigtinnr oioe ctrunad. -1 Z n F n l
SuBday while dropping a second a long liner to center, and Sam- Baltimore Oriole victory. wIES COVINGTONAL ORTHIGTON
tramy Taylor easily beat the high re- Mford, 29-year-old right-hand- ... powers Braves ... battered Giant In'Davs Cup
covered with a 16-hit attack, lay throw across the plate with e ruh pfo hretno
theAmriawinningonwhreySTORONTO (D?-Barry MacKay
run.he had a 6-0 record, had previously l~7ceTOHNT m aBaryta[ay
Dodgers 8, Redlegs 5 * + . pitched 19 innings in eight reliefT and Jack Douglas ,won the final
LOS ANGELES-The Los Ange- Red Sox 4, Indians 3 appearances and lost one decision. two singles matches yesterday to
les Dodgers compensated for a BOSTON - Pinch - hitter Ted Boyd doubled to start the game FF7 4 1 complete a 5-0 sweep for the
bungling defense with a burst of iLepcio drew a bases-loaded walk and scored the first Baltimore run estern t s United States over Canada in the
home runs yesterday and took from southpaw Don Mossi for Bos- on a single by Gene Woodling. The North American Zone Davis Cup
their fourth straight decision from ton's 4-3, 10-inning victory over homer, his fifth, traveled 380 feet T competition.
Cincinnati, 8-5, before 8,465 at the Cleveland yesterday with Jackie into the right-field stands. INDIANAPOLIS (P) - A mus- MacKay, towering star from
Coliseum. Jensen ambling home for the run Detroit had scored a first-inning cular Peruvian and a sturdy 17- But then Olmedo, a strong 6- Dayton, Ohio, defeated Paul Wil-
Shortstop Don Zimmer, out of that made the difference. run off winner Hal Brown on a year-old lass from Michigan , m k t d- ley.6-8, 6-2, 12-10.7-5, and Doug-
the Dodger lineup since July 6 Mossi, the Indians' veteran lefty, single by Gail Harris following a knocked over the experts along pleasing variety of whizzing serves las, former Stanford University
with an injured knee and sore toe, replaced Jim (Mudcat) Grant with lead-off single and a stolen base with their higher ranking oppon- and drop shots to knock his 30- quarterback, bested Don Fontana,
returned to slam two homers and one out and two men aboard in the by Frank Bolling. ents yesterday to win singles titals year-old rival out of the match. 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, 6-1.
drive in four runs. 10th but issued a pair of passes Brown, 33-year-old right-hander in the Western Amateur tennis Stewart Trophy The Yanks had clinched the
The stocky infielder hit his which brought matters to a rapid who is now 3-0 for the season, al- tournament. The victory made Olmedo the best-of-five series earlier by win-
seventh homer of the season with conclusion. lowed only five hits after that and Alex Olmedo, 25-year-old import first winner of the new James C. ning the first two singles and the
two aboard in the second inning Murray Wall allowed only two struck out eight Tigers. He didn't from Lima, Peru, staged a tre- Stewart trophy. Vic Seixas retired doubles without the loss of a set.
and got his eighth in the fourth singles in six innings of relief for walk a batter. mendous rally to upset two-time the old trophy last year with his Yesterday the Canadians had
with the bases empty. the Red Sox triumph though he Moford was aided by snappy I champion Bernard Bartzen of Dal- third singles triumph. the satisfaction of taking a set in
Cincinnati's ace right hander, was the victim of an unearned run Detroit infield play which ripped las in the men's singles 1-6, 8-6, Bartzen had won in 1951 and each match.
Bob Purkey, 29, was tagged by the which sent the contest into extra off double plays in the first, fourth 6-0 at the Woodstock Country again in 1955. The U.S. has reached the final
Dodgers for their first seven runs, play. and sixth innings. Club. Mrs. Hodgman's game wasn't as round of the zone tournament.
three of them unearned. Purkey The women's crown went to Su- colorful as Olmedo's, but it was The Americans next will play the
took his sixth lass. He has won san Hodgman of Kalamazoo, Mich. good enough to beat Miss Mont- winner of the Argentina-Israel
10. laLe Standin s in straight sets 6-3, 6-0 over sec- gomery. Prior to meeting Miss semifinal.
Johnny Padres, relieved by aond-seeded Marilyn Montgomery Montgomery, the 17-year-old had
Johnny Klippstein in the sixth in- of San Antonio. ousted top-seeded Nancy O'Con- _,._ .J T

At West Point. he will confer not been answered. We don't even
with his assistants, Larry Snyder have an order of events."
of Ohio State and Paddy Jordan Eastment pointed out that de-
of Stanford, to decide a final line- spite the fact that Olympic 400-
up. meter champion Charlie Jenkins,
"One of the factors that hurts Olympic sprint titlist Bobby Mor-
us," continued Eastment, "is that row, top pole vaulter Bob Gutow-
we don't know much about the ski and broad jumper Greg Bell
Russian team. can't make the trip, the team still
I understand they held their is the strongest the United States
national championships last week- ever has sent abroad outside the
end, but we haven't heard a thing. Olympics.

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ning, picked up his ninth victory
in 17 decisions.
The game was cluttered by six
errors, five of them committed by
the Dodgers.
* s 9
Cubs 11, Phillies 10
CHICAGO - The Chicago Cubs
won their first extra inning game
of the season yesterday after five

A'MNERICAN LEAGU
1W L Pct.C
New York 53 27 .663
Boston 41 40 .506
Detroit 40 40 .500
Kansas City 38 41 .481
Chicago 39 42 .481
Baltimore 38 42 .475
Cleveland 39 45 .464
Washington 35 46 .432
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 2, Detroit 1
Boston 4, Cleveland 3
Chicago at 'NewnYork, night
Kansas City at Washington, n
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Washington (
Detroit at New York
Chicago at Baltimore (N)
Kansas City at Boston (N)

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 43 36 .544 -
San Francisco 44 38 .536
'Chicago 43 41 .51 3 21
St. Louis 39 38 .506 3
Philadelphia 38 39 .494 4
Pittsburgh 39 43 .476 51
Cincinnati 37 42 .468 6
Los Angeles 38 44 .463 6i
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 12, San Francisco 3
Chicago 11, Philadelphia 10
Los Angeles 8, Cincinnati 5
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadephia at San Francisco
Milwaukee at St. Louis
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles
(Only games scheduled)

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Wins Doubles, Too
Olmedo and Bartzen then team-
ed up to blast their way to the
men's doubles crown over Gustavo
Palofox of Mexico City and David
Harum of Coral Gables, Fla., 6-4,
6-2.
The 21-year-old Olmedo, twiceI
NCAA champion while at the Uni-
versity of Southern California, fell'
in the opening set as Bartzen
made the most of the Peruvian's
mistakes.

nell of Chicago Saturday.
Little Trouble
Olmedo and Bartzen had little
trouble with Harum and Palofox
in the men's doubles. The losers
were clearly outclassed and never
very much in the running.
Miss Montgomery and Marta
Hernandez of Mexico City won
the women's doubles Saturday over1
Leslie Ann Sparling of Toronto,'
Ont., and Baby Vivanco of Mexico
City, 6-0, 6-2.
The Western finals were delay-
ed until yesterday after being rain-
ed out Sunday.

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Jim Norris
Gets Subpoena
From Hogan
NEW YORK (M - Jim Norris,
former president of the Interna-
tional Boxing Club, yesterday re-
ceived a grand jury subpoena to
appear at the boxing investigation
Sept. 16.
Dist. Atty. Frank Hogan, who is
conducting the investigation, said
July 1 that he had sought Norris
since early in June because he was
wanted for questioning.
Norris' lawyer submitted a phy-
sician's letter certifying the f or-
mer promoter was in poor health.
However, Norris later said he
would be available.
Indians Recall

FOLLOWS TAXPAYERS' SUIT:
Los Angeles Court Injunction Holds Up
Construction of Dodger Baseball Park
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Aj---a t W ier
O'Malley's plans for a 12-million
dollar Chavez Ravine ball parkI
for his Los Angeles Dodgers were
clouded yesterday by billows of'
legal smoke.
Superior Judge Arnold Praeger,
ruling on a taxpayer suit, held,

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invalid the contract under which
the city would give the ball club
land for a fancy stadium.
And he issued a permanent in-
junction prohibiting the city from
carrying out terms of an ordinance
covering the contract.

experts said the injunction means thority, which placed in the deed
that the city cannot let O'Malley a restriction saying it must be used
start to build until the final higher for public purposes.
court decision.,
" tde lickedyet,"declared.vlvedAdditional parts of the 315 acres
Mayor Norris Poulson, strong ad- theocitd romeprivae ownrs to
vocate of major league baseball tn ovr to he atersownersto
and the Dodgers. Judge Praeer held the city
"Naturally, I except the city at- migePaege elteedrty
torney to appeal. I am not an ictiobchange from the housin-
attorney but as I understand the atriton theg"public puses"
ruling of the court it was largely authority on the "pubihe purposes"
based on technicalities.issue but that uyingaother pro
Dodgers Loved erty, even at a reasonable price, to
"I am sure we'll keep the Dodg- turn over to the Dodgers, a private
ers here because the people of Los organization, is not legally proper.
Angeles love them and they want
major league baseball here."
The principal legal bone of con-
tention was the Chavez Ravine
acreage that the city, under the

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Earl Averill Future in Doubt
Thus the Dodgers' future again
BOSTON (})- Infielder Earl is a question mark. The decision
Averill and pitcher Hal Woode- is the latest in a series of hurdles
A eril and tcherHal Wroode the club has faced in its path to-
shick were called up from San wara a permanent park in its new
Diego yesterday by the Cleveland Los Angeles home.
.Indians, and the Tribe optioned The voters approved the contro-
outfielder Carroll Hardy to thatversial contract last June, and it
Pacific Coast League club t seemed O'Malley's problems were
. ~Averill, 26, originally a catcher, over. Then came the taxpayer suit,
was moved from behind the plate tr. an ye the decisin.
by the San Diego Padres, for a trial, and yesterday the decision.
bym the Sa Diego Padres, for It now seems certain there will
whom he has been hitting at a be a lengthy period of legalistics
Manager Je Glrdo of the before O'Malley will know for cer-
Trienaidr he willospot Averila tain whether he is in or out of the
Tribsad mvwill spoer atochoice Chavez Ravine site, only a
third base and move Vic Pow-er tomiefo thCvcCner
mire from the Civic Center.
second. Officials favoring the Dodgers
Woodeshick, 25 years old, is the said there will be an appeal. Legal
PCOL's leading hurler with a 9-2
record. 1

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DETROIT (A-Carl Karilivacz,
27, star defensive halfback, signed
his 1958 contract yesterday with I
the Detroit Lions.
At the same time, Jim Martin,
34, one of the veterans on the
Lions squad, gave a verbal com-
mitment via long distance tele-
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Today's developments left eight
Lion players still unsigned for the
season.

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