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Yankees Defeat Bunning, 3-2;
Cubs Continue Winning Streak
By The Associated Press
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... breaks slump "
SAN FRANCISCO (P)-Califor-
nia's Athletic Commission yester-
day reaffirmed its approval of the,
heavyweight championship boxing
match in Los Angeles between
Floyd Patterson and Roy Harris
after the promoter, Bill Rosen-
sohn, testified Al Weill was entire-
ly out of the picture.
After that, the commission sus-
pended the manager's licence of
Weill, who piloted Rocky Marci-
ano, former heavyweight cham-
Weill sought to promote the
fight between champion Patterson
and Harris at Los Angeles, Aug. 18.
The commission turned him down
Floyd Patterson said yesterday
he expects Roy Harris to be a
tougher opponent than Pete Rade-
macher was when he last defended
his heavyweight boxing title a
The 23-year-old champion from
?New York wound up the eastern
phase of his training yesterday for
his match with the man from Cut
and Shoot, Tex.
Patterson and his manager, Cus
D'Amato, will leave with a party
of trainers and sparring partners
for California by plane.
NEW YORK - Jerry Lumpe's
two-on, two-out home run in the
fourth inning brought the New
York Yankees from behind for a
3-2 victory over Detroit last night.
Bob Turley allowed the Tigers only
three hits while winning his 14th
in a strikeout duel with Jim Bun-
ning, who had won five in a row.
Lumpe, who had three of the'
Yankees' eight hits off Bunning
and reliever Bill Fischer, swatted
his second homer of the season,
and second in the majors, after a
walk to Mickey Mantle and the
first of Norm Siebern's two singles.
It was the first time the Yankees
beat Bunning, the Tigers' lean
righthander, in three decisions
this season. Bunning, now 7-6 with
his first defeat since June 3, gave
up six hits, walked two and struck
out 10 before giving way to a
pinchhitter in the eighth.
Turley, the major's top winnbr,
became the first American League
pitcher to bag 10 "strikeouts this
season and wound up with nine
for a total of 106. The two-team
total of 19 strikeouts was fie shy
of the major league record for
one game, set by Washington and
Cleveland in 1956.
The Tigers got their runs in the
second on a walk and Frank Boll-
ing's seventh home run.
Lumpe's home run was the 100th
'of the season for the Yankees, ex-
tending their major league record
for hitting 100 or more to 35 sea-
sons. This one is their 13th in a
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BOSTON-The Boston Red Sox
held to a lone hit for five innings
by veteran Murry Dickson, ex-
ploded for four runs in the sixth
last night for a 5-2 victory over
the Kansas City Athletics.
Jackie Jensen, Boston's slugging
outfielder, capped the uprising
with a long double to right center
scoring the third and fourth runs.
Righthander Ike Delock was
credited with his ninth straight
victory without a setback although
he gave way for a pinchhtter in
Dickson, who will be 42 next
month, retired the first 10 batters
in order before Pete Runnels
grounded a single over second.
Dickson then got the next five bat-
ters before Billy Consolo led off
the sixth with a triple to start the
The A's picked up a run in the
first on a triple by Mike Baxes
and an infield out and added an-
qther in the fifth on a walk, an
infield out and a double by Bob
Cerv, who also collected a pair of
SAN FRANCISCO-Smashing 14
hits off five Philadelphia hurlers,
the San Francisco Giants smoth-
ered the Philadelphia Phls 9-2
yesterday as Willie Mays burst
out of his batting slump with two
singles and a double.
Southpaw Johnny Antonelli, giv-
en a four-run cushion in the sec-
ond inning, gave up nine hits, but
kept them well spaced and wasn't
Jack Sanford allowed the four
runs in the second before being
relieved. He suffered his eighth
pitching setback against six vic-
tories. Sanford was followed by
Jack Meyer, Johnnq Gray, Bob
Miller and Seth Morehead.
. The Giants picked up their four
second-inning runs on three hits
and two errors. Only one of the
runs was earned.
Two more runs scored in the
fourth and the final three were
scored in the fifth.
Philadelphia pushed across its
two runs in the seventh on suc-
cessive singles by Willie Jones,
Bob Bowman and. Ted Kazanskl
homer over the centerfield fence,"
the Dodger outfielder said after he
belted a 430-foot line drive. The
Dodgers lost the game, nonethe-
The Duke came up in the sixth
inning with the Pirates leading,
2-0, and belted a terrific drive 430
feet over the centerfield fence as
the crowd of 20,826 cheered him
to the echo.
One Team Division
NEW YORK - One New York
afternoon paper, the Post, now
carries the American League
standings in two divisions.
First comes New York, all alone.
The other seven teams are
grouped under a heading that
reads: "And the Second Division."
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CHICAGO - The upstart Chi-
cago Cubs rode to their seasonal'
high win streak of five straight
yesterday by sweeping a double-
header 5-4 and 7-5 from Cincin-
It was the Cubs' second double-
header sweep in four days. They
turned this twin trick by thrilling
30,412 paid patrons with a three
run ninth to snare the opener and
coming back with another winning
three run spree in the eighth inn-
ing of the nightcap to send the
Redlegs reeling to their sixth and
seventh straight defeats.
The second game loss was a bit-
ter one for Cincinnati since the
Redlegs blasted two homers, both
by Pete Whisenant, three doubles
and four triples in a collection of
11 hits as Brooks Lawrence suf-
fered his seventh setback.
Lefty Bill Henry, last of two
relief pitchers to carry on for side-
lined Cub starter Marcelino Solis,
picked up the victory-his second
against no losses.
The Redlegs carted a 4-2 lead
into the ninth of the opener when
Al Dark's pinch leadoff double
chased Harvey Haddix in favor of
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Bolt Placed on Indefinit
Open Champion Tommy Bolt was
placed on indefinite probation by
he Professional Golfers .Assn. ex-
ecutive committee last night but
eceived no suspension when he
promised to make apology for any
The committee upheld a $5100'
fine assessed against the tempera-
nental golfer' for what officials
called abuse of sponsors in a re-
cent Long Island, N.Y. tourna-
qualifying rounds, also won first
and second round matches.
Morey had to overcome a three-
hole deficit before winning his first
match from another former cham-
pion, Henry Timbrook Jr. of
Columbus, 5 and 3, but had little
trouble disposing of .Jim Wolfe of
Terre Haute, 7 and 5, in the after-
Homer Thrills Snider
LOS ANGELES - Duke Snider
has hit longer home runs in his
career as a Dodger but the one
he belted against Pittsburgh Tues-
day night gave him a really big
"The Coliseum is tough for left-
hand hitters and I got a kick out
of being the first batter to hit a
N'ew York 54 28 .659 -
Boston 42 40 .512 12
Detroit 41 40 .506 12i
Kansas City 39 42 .481 14%
Baltimore 39 42 .481 14',%
Chicago 39 44 .470 15,
Cleveland 39 46 45916
Washington 36.47- .434 1834
Detroit at New York - Hoeft
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Cleveland at Washington (N) -
Woodeschick (0-0) vs. Pascual (5-4).
Chicago at Baltimore (N)-Pierce
(9-5) vs. O'Dell (8-16).
Kansas City at Boston (N)-Daley
(1-1) vs. Brewer (3-8).
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Bolt was fined by tournament
supervisor Harvey Raynor after
he had picked up in the Piping
Rock and Pine Hollow tourna-
ments and, according to Raynor,
had made uncomplimentary re-
marks to tournament officials.
Harold Sargent, Atlarnta, Ga.,
PGA president, said the corpimit-
tee, after a thorough review of the
case. had decided to. permit Bolt
to continue in PGA competition
on the golfer's promise that he
would "uphold all of ',its stand-
Bolt had been placed on proba-
tion last January. Sargent said
the probationary period would be
The 15-man committee met with
Bolt for an hour Wednesday night
after which the committee dis-
cussed the case for another hour
before rendering its decision.
The sports's celebrated "Peck's
Bay Boy" checked in at the Llan-
erch Country Club Wednesday in-
tent on becoming the first player
since Ben Hogan in 1948 to win
both the National Open and .PGA
titles in a single year."
Indiana Golf Tourney
SOUTH BEND, Ind.-Defending.
champion John David of Indian-
apolis played with a sore back
yesterday but had enough stamina
and drive to win first and second
round matches in the 58th Indiana
Amateur golf tournament.
David hit well down the middle
for a 4 and 2 victory over Gene
Pulliam Jr. of Indianapolis in the
first round, and came back in the
afternoon to defeat Curt Hecka-
man of South Bend, 3 and 2.
David, an automatic qualifier,
passed up a chance for the medal
after dislocating his sacroiliac
Dale Morey of Indianapolis, who
has equaled David's four state
championships and won medalist
honors With 141 blows for the two
San Francisco 46 38 .
Milwaukee 44 36.
Chicago 44 41 .
St. Louis 39 39 .
Pittsburgh 40 43.<
Philadelphia 38 41
Cincinnati 3'7 43 .
Los Angeles 38 45 .
Frick Asks Senate Approval
To Curb TV-Radio Events
Milwaukee at St. Louis - Willey
(2-2) or Rush (6-4) vs. McDaniel
Cincinnati at Chicago - Nuxhafl
(5-5) vs. Hillman (2-0).
Philadelphia at San Francisco --
Semproch (11-6) vs. Gomez (5-6).
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N)-
Raydon (3-3) vs. Williams (5-3),
*(does not include last night's games),
WASHINGTON (P) - Commis-
sioner Ford Frick told Congress
yesterday that unrestricted tele-
vising of big league baseball games
will destroy the sport within 10
greys the specific practices they
want sanctioned" by law.
Sen. John A. Carroll (D-Colo.>
said baseball "ought to clean its
own linen" and accept reasonable
restrictions without seeking a
completely .free hand.
"Being for baseball," Carroll
commented, "is like being for
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Frick asked the Senate Anti-
monopoly subcommittee to ap-
prove legislation that would give
baseball legal sanction to curb TV-
Minor league teamns, he said,
can't stand the competition of
major league television.
"Minor league towns are being
wrecked," Frick testified. "We have
got to be able to handle this prob-
lem, or within la years there will
be no television problem because
there will be no baseball,"
In addition to local telecasts,
major league games are now seen
across the country every Saturday
and Sunday on national hookups.
Minor league cities where games
are being played are supposed to
be blackedout, but minor league
officials contend this is ineffective..
Frick supported a House-passed
bill tc provide broad antitrust law
exemptions for pro baseball, foot-
ball, basketball and hockey.
Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D-
Wyo) said the bill's exemptions
are so sweeping baseball authori-
ties should write down for Con.
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