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Sox Top Tigers, 11-9

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s -the Cubs again got to starter Carl-
bandeed ton Willey in the eighth to hand
vake him his third setback against; a
un r- air of victories.
ks andRed Sox 11, Tigers 9
nl to a BOSTON -- Frank Malzone
dea-tagged a. tie-breaking granid slam,
kdokhomer, Pete Runnels. colected
fu-five hits to take over the Ameri-
can- Lea~gue batting lead last night
v aeand their Boston teaimmates pr~of-
t aeited for an 11-9 victory over De-
cam- tot
o the Mtronelfet.sbgblwit
1 th te left field screen to dissolve a
6-6 deadlock in the seventh in.-
varnsing. Runnels got thre dubes
ed the sent his average to .334.
P utilThe. pain drove in seven runs~ as
Boston posted its ffth straight~
victory and t4ihteed its hold on
second place by pulling three and
gers.

through in the sixth inning, when
the Tribe made twoi errors, one of
them Wodehick's wild throw.
Chisox 9, Senators 3
WASI TOM - WlithEarly i
WynnresricingWashington to
four hifts and Al Smith knocking
in,fiveruns on 9 grand slam hom-
er and two d ouble, the Chicago
White Sox' breezed to a 9-2 vie-
tory over~ the Senators last night,
Wynn fanned 11 bringing his sea-
son's total to 101, the ninth
straight year he has topped the
100 mark

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Mlajor League' Standings

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A's 2, Yanks 2
NEW 'YOR-The Kansas City
Athletics wrapped up their scor-
-ing in the first$two innings and
went onto batNew York 2-1 ls
night as left-hander ick Tomnan-
'The first thr~ee A's to bt-
Mike Ba~xes, Bill Tuttle an oe
Maris - singles for a run. The
second run came on a~ single <by
Frank H~ouse, a pair of infilq~ovts
that moved him to third and a
single by Baxes.
Don Larsen went the distan~ce
for~ the fi rst time ,since June 2
fo the Yankees, but woun~d up'
with a 7-4 record.
In~dans 5, O0es 1
B ALTIM'ORE- -Rookie Hal
Woodeshick checked Baltimore on
seven hits last night in his first,
m~ajor league start and Earl Aver-
ill' smashed a three-run homer
in Cleveland's 5-1 victory over
the Orioles.
The only Baltimore run leaked

AMERICAN LEAGU*
W LPct. GB
New Y.ork 56 28 .667 -
Boston 44 40 .524 12
Detroit 41 42 .494 14!j
Baltimore 41 43 .488 15
Kansas Cit~y 39 44 .470 1614
Chicago 40 46 .4651
Cleveland 40 47 .460 17}4
Washington 37 48 ,.435 l9i _
TODAY'S GA41ES
Detroit at Boston - Wehmeler
(1-0) or Susce (2-0) vs. Siler (6-4).'
Chicago at Washington - Wilson
(7-7) vs. RamosW (7-7)._
Kansas City atNewYork - Ur-~
ban' (7-5) vs. Ford 11),
Cleveland at Baltimre(N)-Bell
(3-) vs.Brow n (3-0)= orJonn

NATIONAL LEAGUE*
W' L Pct. .GB
Milwaukee 46. 37 .554 -
San Francisco 47 38 .553
Chicago 46 42 .523 2'
St. Louis 396 41 .488 5?
Pittsburgh 41 44 .482 6
Philadelph~ia 39 42, .475 6,4
Cincinnati 38 44 .463 71
Los Angeles 39 46 .459 8
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at San Francisco -.,
Line (9-9) vs.." Worthington (8-5).'
MilIwaukee at Chicago-Jay (4-3)
vs. Drabowsky (8-8).
Philadelphiat at Los Angeles (N)
--Roberts (7-9) vs. Podres (9-8) or,
Giallombargo (1-1).
St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) -
Jackson (5-7) vs. Kellner (1-0).

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U. S. Track Team Going.
To0 Russia Despite Crisis

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NTEW YORK. M '-A powerful
American track team is going
ahead with. plans to fly to* Mos'-
cow Sunday night for a dual meet
with Russia, despite the Mideast
crisis.
Only, the State Department
could halt the flight and in Wash-.
ington "a spokesman for the de-
partmnent said he believed the
team would go.
The squad of 76 men and wo*.
men, the largest group of Ameri-

FRANK MALFZONE
9 .grand slam

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-a B'eats Top-Seeded ,MacKay

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can athletes sent to Russia,. is the
strongest track team ever assem-
bled except; for the Olympics.
"We are, going ahead with our
plans, but we. are ready to cancel
if ordered," said Dan Ferris, hon-
orary secretary-treasurer of the
Amateur Athletic Union which has
charge of the team.
The two big nations compete
July, 27 and 28 in ar dual meet ex-
pected to draw crowdq of 100,000
In Moscow. The United States is
favored to win in the men's
events but expects to, lose in the
woolen's
The - State D~epartment feels
that any demonstrations against
the Ameri~can athletes in Moscow
would pinly react 'to the discredit.
of Russia,
The men of the American team
have been working out this week
at West Point under coach George
Eastment of Manhattan College.
The women are training at Mont-
clair State Teachers College in
New Jerey. "The- squa. sse
lected on the basis of the Nation-
al AA' championships.
The' American team boasts
Olympic champions. in Tom
Courtney, 'Parry O'Brien, Glenn
Davis, Charles ?Dunmas, Al Oerter
and Hal Connolly, as well as. na-
tional' and world record holders
such as Ira Murchison, Rafer
Johnson, Eddie Southern, and
Rink Babka.

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)-seedled B~arry
In th~e quarter-
ial Clay Court

crappy Giamm~alva polished
sluggig opponent, 6-3, 4-6,
.3 at suburban RrVe~ Forest.
nmp~a lignored MacKay's
nationlal ranking and ran
verng forer ichilgan star
favorte strategy was to
Mac~ay, a tempting lob,
g the slugger, smash, and
ialva would casually return
11 down the sidelines, out;
ch of his, slower-movinig

feating Whitney R~eed, of Alazneda, .
Calif., 7-5, 6-1, 6-1.
a! 4 "
Davis Cup
MA~NCHESTER, England - Bri-
tain advanced to, the final round"
of the Davis Cup European Zone
Friday for the first time in 25
years. Mike Davies and Bob Wilson
defeated the French~ doubles team
of .Jean Claude Molinari and Pierre
Dlaimon.
The victory'gave Britain an un-.
beatable 3-0 lead fin the best-of-
'five series. -
Davies, 'Britain's No. 1 player,
and Wilson, ranked No. 3, won tie
-match '4-6, 6-3,:6-4, 6-11
WAR SAW (1?) Italy won the
openiing singles matches Friday to
take , a 2-0 lead over Poland :in.
their European Zone Davis Cup
semifinal comnpetition,. The win-
xnrng team will meet England in
the zonie finals.
Score Disabled
BALTIMORE - Herb Score,.
Cleveland's star southpaw, was
placed on the disabled list yester-

day after Dr.' George Bennett re-"
ported he had an inflamed elbow
an dadvised himn ot to touch a
baseball for at; least a month.
General, manager Frank Lane,
of the Indians, asked commissioner
Ford Frick to place Scone in the
disabled list after Dr., Bennett's.
findings and the application im-=
mediately was approved.
lIt marked the second time in
as many seasons that, the hard-
luck 25-year-old' fastballer went'
on, the disabled ;list.
The Indians put' him on. it pre-
viously May 8,f 1957, after he was
hit. in- the face by a line drive
off Gil ,McDougald's bat in a
game against the Yankees.
-Score was out "the remainder of
that season and, finished the cam-
paign with a~ 2-1 record,
Score, who has a 2-21 record
this, year, injured. his left> elbow
while-pitching against Washington,
April 30.

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