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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio Tht Daily Ohfe May Mays Lifts Mark Back Above By MIKE RATIIET Associated Press Sports Writer Willie Mays made four hits one without a the made a big hit before the game when he turned in San Franciscos line up card to the the made three big hits during the col lecting his 17th homer and two singles and regaining the Na tional League batting lead while the Giants retained the league lead by walloping Pittsburgh Making his debut as team cap Willie ambled to the plate before the and ran smack into his first Head Umpire Chris Pelekou das askeld Mays to review the Candlestick Park ground Willie and headed for the He never got League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Chicago 17 9 Baltimore 21 12 New York 12 2 Cleveland 17 12 2 Minnesota 18 15 3 Detroit 15 18 6 Boston 15 18 6 Washington 16 22 Los Angeles 13 22 Kansas City 12 21 Fridays Results Chicago Washington 1 New York Los Angeles 3 Baltimore Minnesota 5 Cleveland Detroit 3 Kansas City Boston 3 Todays Games Washington at Chicago Detroit at Cleveland Minnesota at Baltimore Kansas City at Boston Los Angeles at New York Sundays Games Washington at 2 Detroit at 2 Minnesota at 2 Los Angeles at New 2 Kansas City at 2 Mondays Games Minnesota at Los N Chicago at Kansas City N Detroit at N Washington at N Only games scheduled National League 22 12 San Louis Milwaukee Pittsburgh Cincinnati Los Angeles Houston Chicago New York 20 12 22 14 18 16 18 17 4V6 16 17 17 20 16 2 8 13 18 iyz 11 25 12 Fridays Results Chicago Cincinnati 1 Louis Milwaukee 1 New York Houston 1 Philadelphia Los Angeles 0 San Francisco Pittsburgh 3 Todays Games New York at 2 twi light Chicago at Cincinnati Pittsburgh at San Francisco Louis at Milwaukee Philadelphia at Los N Sundays Games New York at N Chicago at 2 Pittsburgh at San Philadelphia at Los Angeles Louis at 2 Mondays Games No games scheduled Umpire Vinnie smiling asked for a repeat per formance for the benefit of the other however didnt do any thing for the benefit of the Pi He drove in the Giants first run with a single in the open ing singled in the third before Willie McCovey and Or lando Cepeda hit consecutive homers and then hammered his homer in the The 3for5 performance lifted Mays average to giving him back the batting lead he lost to Billy Williams of Chicago Thursday Williams went lfor5 in the Cubs 91 walloping of Cin THINGS CAM CLU01 FACET closet AT 1 APPRESS rue IP SOUAKB A PAPf WIUU HINGIS rue pApe EASIEST ro HIT ANP CONTROU AIM ANP AUUOW POK We OP THE CUUe ANP XTRA KNEB TO PIACE THE 0OPVAMORB NORMAU OUT TUB A COMPACT STAV POVVN WITH Hidden Valley Fay Bodenwebers 44 topped golfers in Hidden Valley Ladies League play last Ruth Miller had Tye Stahl and Marge Kratz 53 and Jo Me Knight Standings Boulevard Lanes Team 4 LinnHert and Porter Plumbing Kinser Lanes Wisintainer Plumbing Dykes Dies Of Attack PHILADELPHIA AP James Dykes son of Jim my coach of the Kansas City died suddenly Friday of a heart He was His father flew to Philadel phia from Boston when he heard the He is survived by the widow and four Funeral services will be held here Fridays Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HELSINKI Risto Luukon outpointed Pi erre Luukonen retained European bantamweight Gi out pointed Rocky Ar Wright Moves Up At But Ruth Jessen Ahead DALLAS Jessen led the Dallas Civitan Open into its third round today but the tall shadow of long hitting Mickey women golfs greatest hung over the tricky Glen Lakes Country Club Miss seeking her fifth tournament victory in seven starts this fought high winds with a magic putter Fri day as she soared in with a threeunderpar 68 that left her just one shot back of Miss The blonde Miss Jessen was having her the biggest a triple bogey eight on the 15th hole where she blasted out of a sand trap only to go out of She limped in with a twooverpar and the three stroke lead she had held after the first round melted like but ter in the Texas Miss Jessen had 137 for 36 holes while Miss Wright was second with stroke bet ter than Louise three time winner of the Civitan who made her bid with a fine 68 Pacific Coast League Oklahoma City Hawaii 4 Dallas San Diego 2 Seattle Arkansas 1 Tacoma Denver 1 Portland Indianapolis 10 Spokane Salt Lake City 4 cinnati and dropped down to Philadelphias Chris Short shut out the Los An geles Dodgers 20 on eight Louis belted Milwaukee 61 behind Curt Simmons threehit ter and the New York Mets edged Houston The Giants on Mays lineup card rattled 16 hits off Pirates starter Steve Blass and three successors with Tom Haller also connecting for a San Francisco Ron Herbel won it with Ken MacKenzies ninthinning relief The shut out on two hits for five innings by Reds starter Joe erupted lor seven hits and eight runs in the Jim Schaffer and Jim Stewart each drove in a pair while Billy Cowan accounted for the other Bob Buhl coasted for a 41 beat the Dodgers for the fifth straight The Phillies scored the only run he More Drivers Seek Spots In 500 Encounter By DALE BURGESS Associated Press Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS AP The W mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway record set last week by Scot Jimmy Clark looked safe as a bank vault today as cars lined up for the nextto last qualifying session for the 48th 500mile race May who will race in the Dutch Grand Prix pushed the qualifying record up to miles an hour in his new rearengine Lotus The 21 cars that qualified on the first weekend of the trials aver aged a record Twelve positions were open in the Jack Brabham of like Clark a former world road racing also is com mitted to the Dutch Grand He will fly back to the Nether lands tonight after attempting qualification at the speedway to day in a rearengine Offen hauser he built Brabham was second in line for trials starting at 11 He was first when time ran out last weekend but swapped places with Bob Grants who may try to qualify the conven tional Dayton discbrake Offen hauser for his ninth straight Blistering heat forecast over the weekend probably will help reduce Friday also was and Bobby Marsh man was practicing at in his LotusFord with a load of Bobby Unser of whose brother Jerry was killed at the speedway in had a StudebakerNovi up to Friday and could be fast est of the late The Novi crew evidently had con quered valve troubles that kept their two cars from qualifying last After 33 cars have another can make the field only by qualifying at a speed higher than that of the slowest of the which in speedway is needed against Don in the sixth when Richie Allen reached base on an moved to third on a single by John Callison and scored on Wes Cpvingtons sacrifice Callison scored the other run in the ninth after stroking his fourth got home run support from Ken Boyer and Julian Javier and the combina tion was more than enough the Felipe Alou col lected two of the Braves hits and Joe Torre the Torre scored the Milwaukee run when he singled in the fifth and moved around on a an in field out and a fielders The Colts scored against Al Jackson in the sixth when Jim Wynn singled and raced home from first on Walt Bonds sin The Mets finally broke through in the eighth when Roy McMillan and Ron Hunt singled and Frank Thomas doubled for both Larry Bearnarth got the victory with Hal Brown tak ing the Major League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting 60 at bats De 31 Runs batted in De 30 Kansas Hits 56j Doubles 10 Baltimore Detroit Kansas and Kansas Oliva and and Home Kansas 12 Stolen Balti 19 Cleveland1 Los and Hin Pitching 3 Bunker and and Kra Strikeouts Kansas 51 National League Batting 60 at bats San San 36 and Cle Runs batted in San 40 Hits and San Doubles Pitts 12 Chicago Maye and and New Triples 4fl Chicago Phila delphia and Boyer and Home San Fran 17 Los Stolen Los An 13 Pitching 3 decisions Gib and San Los An 53 and Los
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