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    Code:
    1st game of a double-header
    
    Philadelphia Phillies at New York Yankees 
    May 11, 1959
    
                         1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +  R  H  E
           Yankees (NYY) 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1  3  9  0
          Phillies (PHI) 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2  4  9  1
    
    NEW YORK                     ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    Jack Reed (CF)                5  0  1  0  0  0  2  0    .158
    Billy Consolo (SS)            4  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .237
    Fred Valentine (RF)           4  3  1  1  0  0  0  0    .217
    Joe Collins (1B)              4  1  1  1  0  0  1  0    .275
    Wally Moon (LF)               4  2  0  1  0  1  0  1    .269
    Bobby Richardson (2B)         5  1  0  0  0  0  1  0    .195
    Ruben Amaro (3B)              3  1  0  0  0  1  1  0    .364
     Ed Winceniak (3B)            2  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .273
    Hobie Landrith (C)            4  1  0  0  0  1  0  0    .202
    Jim Kaat (P)                  3  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .130
     Frank Howard (P)             0  0  1  0  0  0  0  0    .250
     Joe Grzenda (P)              0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .500
    TOTALS                       38  9  4  3  0  3  5  1
    
       2B:  Wally Moon (4), Fred Valentine (7)
       CS:  Fred Valentine
    
                    NEW YORK   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
                    Jim Kaat 10.0  6  2  1  2  2  5 158   3.50
                 Joe Grzenda  0.2  3  0  0  2  2  0  24   3.27
                      TOTALS 10.2  9  2  1  4  4  5 182
    
    PHILADELPHIA                 ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    Carmen Mauro (CF)             3  0  1  0  0  1  0  0    .289
    Grady Hatton (3B)             5  0  0  0  0  0  2  0    .252
    Dick Perry (1B)               5  1  0  1  0  0  1  0    .395
    Karl Pairre (C)               5  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .267
    Del Ennis (LF)                5  3  0  1  0  1  1  0    .340
    Jim King (RF)                 5  1  0  0  0  1  1  0    .264
    Harvey Kuenn (SS)             3  2  1  1  0  0  0  0    .317
    Owen Friend (2B)              3  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .331
    Jim Bunning (P)               1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .143
     Felix Mantilla (P)           1  1  0  1  1  1  0  0    .333
     Walt Kellner (P)             0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
     Felipe Alou (P)              1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .214
     Jack Curtis (P)              0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
    TOTALS                       37  9  2  4  1  4  5  0
    
       2B:  Dick Perry (15), Harvey Kuenn (7), Del Ennis (9)
       HR:  Felix Mantilla (1)
       E:  Grady Hatton
    
                PHILADELPHIA   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
                 Jim Bunning  8.0  6  1  0  2  2  3 113   3.43
                Walt Kellner  2.0  1  2  0  0  0  2  34   1.29
                 Jack Curtis  1.0  2  1  0  1  1  0  24   0.79
                      TOTALS 11.0  9  4  0  3  3  5 171
    
         WP: Jack Curtis (2-1)
         LP: Joe Grzenda (1-3)
    
         Temperature: 63F
         Wind: 3 MPH (in from left)
         Attendance: 33,359
         Time: 4:03
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

    (Author unknown)

    Generation 35.

    "Spikes" The cleats on baseball boots
    "Spikes" On which newspaper editors impale copy for future reference, or ultimate destruction.

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    A Culver City comedy

    A morning in May 1959

    The Clerk of the Court's office in Culver City. Sheriff Briley has been summoned there to issue a court order

    CLERK: You'll love this one, Bri.

    BRI: Oh?

    Clerk: It's for a film guy...a writer...name o' Jack Sands

    BRI: Mmm, the name's familiar...say, didn't he do that screenplay for "Betrayal"? Got him nominated for a Golden Globe, or something?

    CLERK: Uh.Huh, That's the one...and it better have made him a packet....see how much he's ordered to pay - or else!
    (Hands the Court Order to the Sherrif who whistles in disbelief)

    BRI: Gambling debts?

    CLerK: Sort of...wife and child maintenance...big-time...he's skipped three years-worth
    https://www.google.ca/search?q=Ameri...J4G6jQPUmYrgDQ

    BRI: Serves him fukkin' right...me, I have no time for these guys who live it up while the family they ditched is in the poorhouse

    CLERK: But here's the kicker, Jack's real name is Gobbi...ring a bell?

    BRI: (Musing) Gobbi...Gobbi...the only one I can think of is that tabloid writer...is it spelt the same ..? well, it's gotta be, hasn't it, if you, Harold, are looking like the cat ate the canary.

    CLERK: Yep, that's her...Sandy Gobbi the gossip columnist of the "Bronx Cheer"

    BRI: (Disgusted) Oh, her...I take back what I said...I don't go for muckrakers, either.

    CLERK: But she's still a deserving case, Bri...the guy did her wrong...not to mention her kid...came to think of it I admire her guts.. since this order hit my desk, I've been looking her up. Once he took off and left her with a babe in arms, she didn't do welfare, or drugs or a pimp or anything, she landed a job with the "Cheer" and worked herself out of the jam.

    BRI: So she got lucky...big deal.

    CLERK: Not really, Bri...thing is, she had smarts enough to sign up with that Single-Parents organization.

    BRI: I've heard of them...they do a good job...run by Catholics or someone, right?

    CLERK: A nun runs it, yes...but it's Dan Conway who funds it.

    BRI:The Dan Conway?

    CLERK: No other...the thing is he set up the org, not only to sustain abandoned wives - and the odd deserted daddy - but his org hires detectives to run down deficient husbands who've welshed on their child-maintenance orders.

    BRI: That must cost Conway a bomb

    CLerk: Oh, he’s got the bucks - and the job gets done...as witness our Jack Sands getting nailed.

    BRI: Heck, that's no biggie...if the guy's got no more imagination - and he's a writer, you say? – well, if he can't cook up an alias “Sands” better than his real name, the Gobi Desert...

    Clerk: But don't you see the irony, Bri?...In her paper she slags Conway every chance she gets, and I've found out she's writing a tell-all book about him and his family...I don't think either of them is aware of the other's situation. He ponies up, and she benefits

    BRI: Yeah, that is a gasser...Dan gives her a hand, not knowing, and she bites that hand, not knowing (Chuckles) Well, that Culver City for you. Harold...that's show business!
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

    (Author unknown)

    Generation 35.

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    Re: "SPIKES" ...on their combat boots...

    The International Monthly Review magazine issue for April 1959


    China's coup in Tibet
    https://www.google.ca/search?q=China...BtKgjwOqw7SACQ


    by Ahmedio Bhaga

    China has for long, claimed Tibet as its own, but pre-occupied, first with the Sino-Japanese wars of 1894, and 1937, then with its own civil war in the 'Forties, it did little until last month until it annexed "The plateau of the world" almost by accident.

    On March 1st, Tibet's ostensible ruler the young (24) Dalai Lama gained his college degree, and, as part of the celebrations, the local Chinese general Chiang Chin-wu, who proposed that the performance be held at the Chinese military headquarters.

    Suspiciously, the general stipulated that the Lama's attendance not be publicized for security reasons, and for those - highly dubious - reasons, the bodyguard for the performance be supplied by the Chinese in preference to the Lama's own which would be left behind in Tibet's capital city, Lhaza.Despite these highly suspicious circumstances, the young man agreed to attend, but some of his advisors were less naive, and spread the word about the local populace, that the Chinese planned to abduct their ruler to facilitate their plan to annex Tibet.

    The Tibetans who revere their successive Lamas as kind of gods were alarmed and riled at this possibility, and thousands took to the streets in protest, one thing led to another, the Chinese fired a couple of artillery shells near the Dalai Lama's palace, and the young ruler, himself, took off to the hills of India for refuge.

    A few days later, the fighting,proper, began between Chinese troops, and the poorly-armed, and greatly outnumbered Tibetans, and the battle lasting but two days, resulting in a leaderless, occupied Tibet, consolidated, at last, as a part of Communist China.
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

    (Author unknown)

    Generation 35.

    "Spikes" The cleats on baseball boots
    "Spikes" On which newspaper editors impale copy for future reference, or ultimate destruction.

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    Milwaukee Braves at Philadelphia Phillies
    June 3, 1959

    TOP OF THE FIRST
    Syd Williams takes the mound for the Phillies.
    Jack Daniels grounded to short. <--->
    Bob Addis grounded to the third baseman. <--->
    Eddie Bockman grounded to the pitcher. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the first, the game is tied at 0.

    BOTTOM OF THE FIRST
    Von McDaniel takes the mound for the Braves.
    Carmen Mauro walked. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Grady Hatton flied out to right. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Carmen Mauro stole second. <-2->
    Dick Perry grounded to first. <3-->
    Karl Pairre homered over the left field fence for two RBIs. <--->
    Del Ennis lined out to left. <--->
    2 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the first, Philadelphia leads 2 to 0.

    TOP OF THE SECOND
    Dave Roberts singled to center. <--1>
    Bobby Young grounded to short for a double play (6-4-3). <--->
    Pete Whisenant grounded to short. <--->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the second, Milwaukee trails 2 to 0.

    BOTTOM OF THE SECOND
    Jim King popped up foul down the third base line. <--->
    Harvey Kuenn grounded to the second baseman. <--->
    Owen Friend reached first on a fielding error by the third baseman. <--1>
    Syd Williams singled to short left-center, advancing the runner to third. <3-1>
    Carmen Mauro flied out to center field. <3-1>
    0 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, and 2 left on base.
    At the end of the second, Philadelphia leads 2 to 0.

    TOP OF THE THIRD
    Tony Kubek grounded to short. <--->
    Hal Smith singled into right field. <--1>
    Hal Smith went for an extra base and was thrown out at second. <--->
    Von McDaniel singled to left. <--1>
    Jack Daniels struck out. <--1>
    0 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the third, Milwaukee trails 2 to 0.

    BOTTOM OF THE THIRD
    Grady Hatton walked. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Dick Perry popped up to short. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Karl Pairre grounded to short. <-2->
    Del Ennis walked. <-21>
    Jim King homered over the right field fence for three RBIs. <--->
    Harvey Kuenn grounded to second. <--->
    3 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the third, Philadelphia leads 5 to 0.

    TOP OF THE FOURTH
    Bob Addis flied out to left. <--->
    Eddie Bockman lined out to center. <--->
    Dave Roberts singled up the middle. <--1>
    Bobby Young grounded to first base. <--1>
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the fourth, Milwaukee trails 5 to 0.

    BOTTOM OF THE FOURTH
    Owen Friend struck out. <--->
    Syd Williams struck out. <--->
    Carmen Mauro grounded to second. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the fourth, Philadelphia leads 5 to 0.

    TOP OF THE FIFTH
    Pete Whisenant doubled into the right field corner. <-2->
    Syd Williams threw a wild pitch. <3-->
    Tony Kubek flied out to center field. <3-->
    Pete Whisenant tagged up and scored. <--->
    Hal Smith grounded to first. <--->
    Von McDaniel flied out to center. <--->
    1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the fifth, Milwaukee trails 5 to 1.

    BOTTOM OF THE FIFTH
    Grady Hatton singled to left. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Dick Perry flied out to right. <--1>
    Karl Pairre grounded to first, forcing the runner at second. <--1>
    Del Ennis grounded to short. <--1>
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the fifth, Philadelphia leads 5 to 1.

    TOP OF THE SIXTH
    Jack Daniels grounded to first. <--->
    Bob Addis grounded to the shortstop. <--->
    Eddie Bockman grounded to short. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the sixth, Milwaukee trails 5 to 1.

    BOTTOM OF THE SIXTH
    Jim King struck out. <--->
    Harvey Kuenn singled back through the middle. <--1>
    Owen Friend struck out. <--1>
    Syd Williams struck out. <--1>
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the sixth, Philadelphia leads 5 to 1.

    TOP OF THE SEVENTH
    Dave Roberts grounded to second. <--->
    Bobby Young grounded to third. <--->
    Pete Whisenant grounded to the shortstop. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the seventh, Milwaukee trails 5 to 1.

    BOTTOM OF THE SEVENTH
    Bill Dailey now pitching for the Braves. <--->
    Carmen Mauro grounded to the third baseman. <--->
    Grady Hatton singled to short left-center. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Grady Hatton was caught stealing second. <--->
    Dick Perry struck out. <--->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the seventh, Philadelphia leads 5 to 1.

    TOP OF THE EIGHTH
    Tony Kubek singled to left. <--1>
    Hal Smith grounded to the third baseman, forcing the runner at second. <--1>
    Frank Robinson pinch hit for Bill Dailey. <--1>
    Frank Robinson was hit by a pitch. <-21>
    Jack Daniels homered down the left-field line for three RBIs. <--->
    Bob Addis grounded to second. <--->
    Eddie Bockman grounded to third. <--->
    3 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the eighth, Milwaukee trails 5 to 4.

    BOTTOM OF THE EIGHTH
    Ron Perranoski now pitching for the Braves. <--->
    Karl Pairre flied out to center field. <--->
    Del Ennis singled through the right side. <--1>
    Jim King walked. <-21>
    Harvey Kuenn grounded to second for a double play (4-6-1). <-2->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the eighth, Philadelphia leads 5 to 4.

    TOP OF THE NINTH
    Dave Roberts struck out. <--->
    Bobby Young flied out to center field. <--->
    Pete Whisenant struck out. <--->

    PHILLIES WIN: 5-4
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

    (Author unknown)

    Generation 35.

    "Spikes" The cleats on baseball boots
    "Spikes" On which newspaper editors impale copy for future reference, or ultimate destruction.

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    Code:
    The nightcap
    
    Milwaukee Braves at Philadelphia Phillies
    June 3, 1959
    
                         1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +  R  H  E
            Braves (MLN) 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0    4  7  1
          Phillies (PHI) 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 x    5  7  0
    
    MILWAUKEE                    ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    Jack Daniels (RF)             4  1  0  1  1  3  1  0    .266
    Bob Addis (LF)                4  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .248
    Eddie Bockman (3B)            4  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .264
    Dave Roberts (1B)             4  2  0  0  0  0  1  0    .328
    Bobby Young (2B)              4  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .336
    Pete Whisenant (CF)           4  1  0  1  0  0  1  0    .139
    Tony Kubek (SS)               2  1  0  0  0  1  0  0    .209
    Hal Smith (C)                 3  1  0  1  0  0  0  0    .217
    Von McDaniel (P)              2  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .115
     Bill Dailey (P)              0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .250
     Frank Robinson (P)           0  0  0  1  0  0  0  0    .280
     Ron Perranoski (P)           0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .333
    TOTALS                       31  7  0  4  1  4  3  0
    
       2B:  Pete Whisenant (7)
       HR:  Jack Daniels (5)
       HBP:  Frank Robinson
       GDP:  Bobby Young
    
       DP:  Bobby Young, Tony Kubek
       E:  Eddie Bockman
    
                   MILWAUKEE   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
                Von McDaniel  6.0  5  3  2  5  5  5 120   3.52
                 Bill Dailey  1.0  1  0  0  0  0  1  16   3.50
              Ron Perranoski  1.0  1  1  0  0  0  0  21   3.22
                      TOTALS  8.0  7  4  2  5  5  6 157
    
    PHILADELPHIA                 ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    Carmen Mauro (CF)             3  0  1  1  0  0  0  1    .292
    Grady Hatton (3B)             3  2  1  1  0  0  0  0    .274
    Dick Perry (1B)               4  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .372
    Karl Pairre (C)               4  1  0  1  1  2  0  0    .265
    Del Ennis (LF)                3  1  1  1  0  0  0  0    .335
    Jim King (RF)                 3  1  1  1  1  3  1  0    .221
    Harvey Kuenn (SS)             4  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .329
    Owen Friend (2B)              3  0  0  0  0  0  2  0    .284
    Syd Williams (P)              3  1  0  0  0  0  2  0    .536
    TOTALS                       30  7  4  5  2  5  6  1
    
       HR:  Karl Pairre (9), Jim King (7)
       GDP:  Harvey Kuenn
       CS:  Grady Hatton
    
       DP:  Dick Perry, Owen Friend, Harvey Kuenn
    
                PHILADELPHIA   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
                Syd Williams  9.0  7  0  1  4  4  3 116   2.23
                      TOTALS  9.0  7  0  1  4  4  3 116
    
         WP: Syd Williams (7-1)
         LP: Von McDaniel (6-5)
    
         Temperature: 67F
         Wind: 4 MPH (left to right)
         Attendance: 33,359
         Time: 2:57
    
    Phils (44-11) lead the NL by 12 games over the Cincinatti Reds (32-23)
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

    (Author unknown)

    Generation 35.

    "Spikes" The cleats on baseball boots
    "Spikes" On which newspaper editors impale copy for future reference, or ultimate destruction.

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    Milwaukee Braves at Philadelphia Phillies
    June 3, 1959

    TOP OF THE FIRST
    Curt Simmons takes the mound for the Phillies.
    Jack Daniels popped up to short. <--->
    Bobby Young grounded to the shortstop. <--->
    Eddie Bockman reached second on a throwing error by the pitcher. <-2->
    Frank Robinson walked. <-21>
    Norm Zauchin singled through the right side, scoring a run. <-21>
    Pete Whisenant struck out. <-21>
    1 run, 1 hit, 1 error, and 2 left on base.
    In the middle of the first, Milwaukee leads 1 to 0.

    BOTTOM OF THE FIRST
    Ed Hobaugh takes the mound for the Braves.
    Carmen Mauro struck out. <--->
    Grady Hatton singled to right. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Del Ennis grounded to first. <-2->
    Karl Pairre popped up to the second baseman. <-2->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the first, Philadelphia trails 1 to 0.

    TOP OF THE SECOND
    Frank Sacka grounded to the second baseman. <--->
    Tony Kubek popped up to second. <--->
    Ed Hobaugh tripled to center. <3-->
    Jack Daniels flied out to center. <3-->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the second, Milwaukee leads 1 to 0.

    BOTTOM OF THE SECOND
    Jim King flied out to center. <--->
    Earl Torgeson singled down the third base line. <--1>
    Earl Torgeson went for an extra base and reached second. <-2->
    Harvey Kuenn struck out. <-2->
    Owen Friend grounded to the third baseman. <-2->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the second, Philadelphia trails 1 to 0.

    TOP OF THE THIRD
    Bobby Young grounded to the second baseman. <--->
    Eddie Bockman popped up to third. <--->
    Frank Robinson singled through the left side. <--1>
    Norm Zauchin singled to right, advancing the runner to third. <3-1>
    Pete Whisenant grounded to first. <3-1>
    0 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, and 2 left on base.
    In the middle of the third, Milwaukee leads 1 to 0.

    BOTTOM OF THE THIRD
    Curt Simmons walked. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Carmen Mauro grounded to the shortstop. <-2->
    Grady Hatton grounded to second. <3-->
    Del Ennis singled through the right side, scoring a run. <--1>
    Del Ennis went for an extra base and was thrown out at second. <--->
    1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the third, the game is tied at 1.

    TOP OF THE FOURTH
    Frank Sacka grounded to second. <--->
    Tony Kubek reached first on a fielding error by the catcher. <--1>
    Ed Hobaugh laid down a sacrifice bunt to the third baseman. <-2->
    Jack Daniels was intentionally walked. <-21>
    Bobby Young singled back through the middle. <321>
    Eddie Bockman grounded to third. <32->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, and 2 left on base.
    In the middle of the fourth, the game is tied at 1.

    BOTTOM OF THE FOURTH
    Karl Pairre walked. <--1>
    Jim King dribbled weakly to the catcher, forcing the runner at second. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Earl Torgeson flied out to right. <--1>
    Harvey Kuenn flied out to left. <--1>
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the fourth, the game is tied at 1.

    TOP OF THE FIFTH
    Frank Robinson grounded to second. <--->
    Norm Zauchin lined out to center. <--->
    Pete Whisenant doubled to left-center. <-2->
    Frank Sacka was intentionally walked. <-21>
    Tony Kubek struck out. <-21>
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 2 left on base.
    In the middle of the fifth, the game is tied at 1.

    BOTTOM OF THE FIFTH
    Owen Friend lined out to left. <--->
    Curt Simmons singled down the right field line. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Carmen Mauro grounded to second. <-2->
    Grady Hatton popped up to second. <-2->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the fifth, the game is tied at 1.

    TOP OF THE SIXTH
    Ed Hobaugh singled into the left field corner. <--1>
    Jack Daniels laid down a sacrifice bunt to first. <-2->
    Bobby Young flied out to left. <-2->
    Eddie Bockman grounded to third. <-2->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the sixth, the game is tied at 1.

    BOTTOM OF THE SIXTH
    Del Ennis walked. <--1>
    Karl Pairre singled to left field. <-21>
    Jim King popped up to short. <-21>
    Earl Torgeson reached first on a fielding error by the shortstop. <321>
    Harvey Kuenn singled to right field for two RBIs. <3-1>
    Owen Friend grounded to the third baseman for a double play (5-4-3). <3-->
    2 runs, 2 hits, 1 error, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the sixth, Philadelphia leads 3 to 1.

    TOP OF THE SEVENTH
    Frank Robinson flied out to center. <--->
    Norm Zauchin grounded to second. <--->
    Pete Whisenant flied out to center. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the seventh, Milwaukee trails 3 to 1.

    BOTTOM OF THE SEVENTH
    Bill Dailey now pitching for the Braves. <--->
    Curt Simmons struck out. <--->
    Carmen Mauro singled to short left-center. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Carmen Mauro was picked off first. <--->
    Grady Hatton grounded to second. <--->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the seventh, Philadelphia leads 3 to 1.

    TOP OF THE EIGHTH
    Dick Perry came in to play First Base. <--->
    Frank Sacka grounded to first base. <--->
    Tony Kubek grounded to short. <--->
    Mike Baxes pinch hit for Bill Dailey. <--->
    Mike Baxes popped up to short. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the eighth, Milwaukee trails 3 to 1.

    BOTTOM OF THE EIGHTH
    Mel Wright now pitching for the Braves. <--->
    Del Ennis struck out. <--->
    Karl Pairre singled through the left side. <--1>
    Jim King doubled in the left field gap, scoring a run. <-2->
    Dick Perry singled to center, scoring a run. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Harvey Kuenn singled through the right side, advancing the runner to third. <3-1>
    Owen Friend walked. <321>
    Ron Perranoski now pitching for the Braves. <321>
    Curt Simmons reached first on a fielding error by the third baseman - a run scored. <321>
    Carmen Mauro grounded to short, scoring a run. <3-1>
    Grady Hatton walked. <321>
    Del Ennis flied out to right. <321>
    4 runs, 4 hits, 1 error, and 3 left on base.
    At the end of the eighth, Philadelphia leads 7 to 1.

    TOP OF THE NINTH
    Jack Daniels singled to left. <--1>
    Bobby Young singled to right field. <-21>
    Eddie Bockman walked. <321>
    Frank Robinson popped up to second. <321>
    Norm Zauchin flied out to center. <321>
    Jack Daniels tagged up and scored. <-21>
    Pete Whisenant flied out to right field. <-21>

    PHILLIES WIN: 7-2
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

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    1st Game of a double -header
    
    Milwaukee Braves at Philadelphia Phillies
    June 3, 1959
    
                         1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +  R  H  E
            Braves (MLN) 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1    2  9  2
          Phillies (PHI) 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 4 x    7 11  2
    
    MILWAUKEE                    ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    Jack Daniels (RF)             3  1  1  1  0  0  0  0    .266
    Bobby Young (2B)              5  2  0  0  0  0  0  0    .343
    Eddie Bockman (3B)            4  0  1  1  0  0  0  0    .269
    Frank Robinson (LF)           4  1  1  0  0  0  0  0    .280
    Norm Zauchin (1B)             4  2  0  0  0  2  0  0    .300
    Pete Whisenant (CF)           5  1  0  0  0  0  1  0    .137
    Frank Sacka (C)               3  0  1  0  0  0  0  0    .321
    Tony Kubek (SS)               4  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .206
    Ed Hobaugh (P)                2  2  0  0  0  0  0  0    .250
     Bill Dailey (P)              0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .250
     Mike Baxes (P)               1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .250
     Mel Wright (P)               0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .600
     Ron Perranoski (P)           0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .333
    TOTALS                       35  9  4  2  0  2  2  0
    
       2B:  Pete Whisenant (6)
       3B:  Ed Hobaugh (1)
    
       DP:  Norm Zauchin, Bobby Young, Eddie Bockman
       E:  Eddie Bockman, Tony Kubek
    
                   MILWAUKEE   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
                  Ed Hobaugh  6.0  6  3  0  3  3  2 105   6.00
                 Bill Dailey  1.0  1  0  0  0  0  1  11   3.57
                  Mel Wright  0.1  4  1  0  4  3  1  29   4.37
              Ron Perranoski  0.2  0  1  0  0  0  0  12   3.38
                      TOTALS  8.0 11  5  0  7  6  4 157
    
    PHILADELPHIA                 ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    Carmen Mauro (CF)             5  1  0  0  0  1  1  0    .295
    Grady Hatton (3B)             4  1  1  0  0  0  0  0    .268
    Del Ennis (LF)                4  1  1  1  0  1  1  0    .335
    Karl Pairre (C)               3  2  1  2  0  0  0  0    .266
    Jim King (RF)                 4  1  0  1  0  1  0  0    .219
    Earl Torgeson (1B)            3  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .143
     Dick Perry (1B)              1  1  0  1  0  1  0  0    .379
    Harvey Kuenn (SS)             4  2  0  1  0  2  1  0    .330
    Owen Friend (2B)              3  0  1  0  0  0  0  0    .289
    Curt Simmons (P)              3  1  1  1  0  0  1  0    .212
    TOTALS                       34 11  5  7  0  6  4  0
    
       2B:  Jim King (11), Earl Torgeson (2)
       GDP:  Owen Friend
       CS:  Carmen Mauro
       E:  Karl Pairre
    
                PHILADELPHIA   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
                Curt Simmons  9.0  9  4  0  2  1  2 163   4.08
                      TOTALS  9.0  9  4  0  2  1  2 163
    
         WP: Curt Simmons (7-2)
         LP: Ed Hobaugh (3-5)
    
         Temperature: 65F
         Wind: 6 MPH (out to right)
         Attendance: 33,359
         Time: 3:17
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

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    The "Philadelphia Courier"

    29th June 1959

    Conway fumes over Draft

    by Jamie Squibb

    "This has to be the worst Amateur Draft ever" Dan Conway the General Manager of the Philadelphia Phils complained, as he stormed into the Press Box where we ink-stained scribes were watching the Phils at practice, today.

    The previous day, Dan had huddled with his field managers, Bill Thornton of the Phils, and Bill Heatherington of the Culver City Cougars during the Amateur Draft proceedings, the trio having become nervous at the lack of first-class infielders in the franchise (only Shortstop Harvey Kuenn and second baseman Bill Mazeroski have lately impressed as double-play makers, whilst Felix Mantilla and Owen Friend have not developed yet, to the standards expected of them ), so the hunt was on for a bevy of first-class infielders from the Draft.

    The seeking trio came up with a total of just one prospect - Ron Hunt, an eighteen -year old second baseman, who has been described by scouts of having immense patience at the plate, to the extent, that in the less disciplined ranks of high-school pitching, a lot of hurlers actually hit him in vain attempts to scare him off the plates, ensuring lots of walks for the kid.

    After that dip in the A.D. well, it dried up completely - apart from a clutch of respectable young firemen, which the franchise also needed - as it has so often for Dan and Co, year after year, because of the team's phenomenal success in winning pennants and World Series rings.

    Some of the problems may lie at the doorstep of Dan Conway, himself...he absolutely refuses to sign anyone under eighteen years old, always entertaining hopes that the 21 or 22 year-old rookies whom he aspires to, will begin performing like big -leaguers from the get go. We know that many of these youthful starters can begin hitting and hurling like seasoned pros during their first summers in pro ball, but another problem - also partly of Dan's making, if one wishes to be facetious - is that his team is so darned consistently good, that it has to take the annual hind tit and let all the teams inferior to it have first swigs of the cash cow, which is the Amateur Draft.

    We cannot tell how long before this yearly cutoff to the flow of talent to the Phils, will eventually strangle the team, as today’s stars therein, gradually age and decline...maybe the rot has set in, already...last year, the team sent twelve players to the All Star game...this year a measly six!
    -30-
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

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    The Associated Press

    May 8th 1959

    Dulles dead at 71

    by our political staff

    John Foster Dulles, the former Secretary of State, died of cancer, yesterday. He was aged 71 and had been ill for some time before he finally resigned his high office last month.
    https://www.google.ca/search?q=John+...EIHkjwOD_qX4CQ

    He was placed in that office by the incoming President, Eisenhower, in 1952, Ike, no doubt, impressed by Mr Dulles' antipathy to Communism, inspired, in part by the Secretary’s Catholicism, in part by his pragmatism...he believed that the Socialist ideology just plain didn't work.

    It is widely believed the President, under Mr Dulles’ influence, set up N.A.T.O. and S.E.A.T.O ; arranged full independence for Japan; and generally kept Communism down to a dull roar throughout the world by promising "massive" -i.e. atomic - "retaliation", if Moscow or Peking should embark on World War 3.

    Less praiseworthy was the Foster brothers' connection to the United Fruit Company, the American firm in Cuba which the Administration's critics blame for the present alienation of that country from these United States.
    https://www.google.ca/search?q=Unite...A4PKjwPEqJX4Dw

    Mr Dulles, in civilian life was the lawyer for this Company, while his brother, Allen was on the board of directors of a n enterprise which was alleged to be exploitive of its Cuban employees, and permissive of American organized crime in the Island, during the Batista regime.

    Whatever his faults, Mr Dulles was generally well-regarded in the United States as a champion of freedom against Communist aggression, he was Time magazine's "Man of the Year" in 1954, and it is understood that several civic projects, such as an airport and certain streets will be named after him.

    A.P.
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
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    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

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    The 1959 All-Star game

    American League at National League
    June 27, 1959

    TOP OF THE FIRST
    Syd Williams takes the mound for the National League.
    Billy Klaus grounded to the second baseman. <--->
    Walt Linden singled back through the middle. <--1>
    Ralph Kiner grounded to the second baseman, forcing the runner at second. <--1>
    Eddie Mathews grounded to the pitcher. <--1>
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the first, the game is tied at 0.

    BOTTOM OF THE FIRST
    Tom Baker takes the mound for the American League.
    Grady Hatton walked. <--1>
    Jimmy Finnerty doubled down the right field line. <32->
    Harry Elliott singled to center for two RBIs. <--1>
    Norm Cash flied out to left. <--1>
    Karl Pairre grounded to second for a double play (4-6-1). <--->
    2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the first, National League leads 2 to 0.

    TOP OF THE SECOND
    Dale Long struck out. <--->
    Ted Lepcio singled through the left side. <--1>
    Walt Moryn flied out to left. <--1>
    Rip Repulski struck out. <--1>
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the second, American League trails 2 to 0.

    BOTTOM OF THE SECOND
    Bobby Hofman flied out to right. <--->
    Allie Clark lined out to right. <--->
    Harvey Kuenn popped up to second. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the second, National League leads 2 to 0.

    TOP OF THE THIRD
    Joe Adcock pinch hit for Tom Baker. <--->
    Joe Adcock grounded to second. <--->
    Billy Klaus grounded back to the pitcher. <--->
    Walt Linden grounded to the shortstop. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the third, American League trails 2 to 0.

    BOTTOM OF THE THIRD
    Bob Conley now pitching for the American League. <--->
    Syd Williams struck out. <--->
    Grady Hatton flied out to right. <--->
    Jimmy Finnerty singled into right field. <--1>
    Harry Elliott grounded to the pitcher. <--1>
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the third, National League leads 2 to 0.

    TOP OF THE FOURTH
    Ralph Kiner homered into the left field bleachers. <--->
    Eddie Mathews singled down the third base line. <--1>
    Dale Long grounded to first for a double play (3-6-1). <--->
    Ted Lepcio struck out. <--->
    1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the fourth, American League trails 2 to 1.

    BOTTOM OF THE FOURTH
    Norm Cash flied out to center. <--->
    Karl Pairre struck out. <--->
    Bobby Hofman grounded to the third baseman. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the fourth, National League leads 2 to 1.

    TOP OF THE FIFTH
    Walt Moryn grounded to second. <--->
    Rip Repulski flied out to right. <--->
    Eddie Yost pinch hit for Bob Conley. <--->
    Eddie Yost singled down the left field line. <--1>
    Billy Klaus walked. <-21>
    Chico Carrasquel pinch hit for Walt Linden. <-21>
    Chico Carrasquel grounded to second. <-21>
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 2 left on base.
    In the middle of the fifth, American League trails 2 to 1.

    BOTTOM OF THE FIFTH
    Larry Jackson now pitching for the American League. <--->
    Earl Battey came in to play Catcher. <--->
    Allie Clark popped up to first. <--->
    Harvey Kuenn flied out to right. <--->
    Syd Williams struck out. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the fifth, National League leads 2 to 1.

    TOP OF THE SIXTH
    Luis Tiant now pitching for the National League. <--->
    Ralph Kiner walked. <--1>
    Eddie Mathews singled through the left side. <-21>
    Dale Long singled to center. <321>
    Ted Lepcio grounded back to the pitcher for a double play (1-2-3). <32->
    Walt Moryn doubled down the right field line for two RBIs. <-2->
    Rip Repulski grounded to short. <-2->
    2 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the sixth, American League leads 3 to 2.

    BOTTOM OF THE SIXTH
    Grady Hatton struck out. <--->
    Jimmy Finnerty reached first on a throwing error by the pitcher. <--1>
    Harry Elliott singled to center, advancing the runner to third. <3-1>
    Norm Cash grounded to second, scoring a run. <--1>
    Karl Pairre grounded to first. <--1>
    1 run, 1 hit, 1 error, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the sixth, the game is tied at 3.

    TOP OF THE SEVENTH
    Curt Roberts pinch hit for Larry Jackson. <--->
    Curt Roberts struck out. <--->
    Billy Klaus flied out to right field. <--->
    Earl Battey popped up to the second baseman. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the seventh, the game is tied at 3.

    BOTTOM OF THE SEVENTH
    Ed Roebuck now pitching for the American League. <--->
    Bobby Hofman walked. <--1>
    Allie Clark laid down a sacrifice bunt to the catcher. <-2->
    Harvey Kuenn grounded to short. <-2->
    Davey Williams pinch hit for Luis Tiant. <-2->
    Davey Williams grounded to third. <-2->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the seventh, the game is tied at 3.

    TOP OF THE EIGHTH
    Walt Kellner now pitching for the National League. <--->
    Ralph Kiner grounded to the second baseman. <--->
    Eddie Mathews walked. <--1>
    Dale Long walked. <-21>
    Ted Lepcio doubled in the right field gap, scoring a run. <32->
    Walt Moryn flied out to left. <32->
    Dale Long tagged up and scored. <-2->
    Rip Repulski struck out. <-2->
    2 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the eighth, American League leads 5 to 3.

    BOTTOM OF THE EIGHTH
    Ron Taylor now pitching for the American League. <--->
    Grady Hatton lined out to center. <--->
    Jimmy Finnerty grounded to second. <--->
    Harry Elliott flied out to left. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the eighth, National League trails 5 to 3.

    TOP OF THE NINTH
    Terry Fox now pitching for the National League. <--->
    Ed Fitz Gerald pinch hit for Ron Taylor. <--->
    Ed Fitz Gerald singled to right. <--1>
    Billy Klaus lined out to the third baseman. <--1>
    Earl Battey singled to left-center, advancing the runner to third. <3-1>
    Ralph Kiner grounded to the second baseman, forcing the runner at second. <3-1>
    Eddie Mathews walked. <321>
    Steve Hamilton now pitching for the National League. <321>
    Dale Long struck out. <321>
    0 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, and 3 left on base.
    In the middle of the ninth, American League leads 5 to 3.

    BOTTOM OF THE NINTH
    Lindy McDaniel now pitching for the American League. <--->
    Norm Cash grounded to second. <--->
    Karl Pairre struck out. <--->
    Bobby Hofman reached first on a fielding error by the shortstop. <--1>
    Bobby Hofman took second on defensive indifference. <-2->
    Allie Clark doubled down the first base line, scoring a run. <-2->
    Harvey Kuenn singled to center, scoring a run. <--1>
    Johnny Logan pinch hit for Steve Hamilton. <--1>
    Johnny Logan lined out to left field. <--1>
    2 runs, 2 hits, 1 error, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the ninth, the game is tied at 5.

    TOP OF THE TENTH
    Bill Dailey now pitching for the National League. <--->
    Ted Lepcio flied out to right field. <--->
    Walt Moryn struck out. <--->
    Rip Repulski lined out to left. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the tenth, the game is tied at 5.

    BOTTOM OF THE TENTH
    Grady Hatton struck out. <--->
    Jimmy Finnerty struck out. <--->
    Harry Elliott walked. <--1>
    Norm Cash flied out to center. <--1>
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the tenth, the game is tied at 5.

    TOP OF THE ELEVENTH
    Lindy McDaniel popped up foul down the first base line. <--->
    Billy Klaus grounded to short. <--->
    Earl Battey reached first on a fielding error by the third baseman. <--1>
    Ralph Kiner flied out to left. <--1>
    0 runs, 0 hits, 1 error, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the eleventh, the game is tied at 5.

    BOTTOM OF THE ELEVENTH
    Barney Schultz now pitching for the American League. <--->
    Karl Pairre doubled to left-center. <-2->
    Bobby Hofman singled to right. <3-1>
    Bobby Hofman took second on defensive indifference. <32->
    Allie Clark singled through the left side, scoring a run. <3-1>

    NATIONAL LEAGUE WIN: 6-5
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

    (Author unknown)

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    Code:
    The 1959 All-Star game
    
    American League American League at National League National League
    June 27, 1959
    
                         1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +  R  H  E
    American League (AL) 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0  5 11  2
    National League (NL) 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1  6  9  1
    
    AMERICAN LEAGUE              ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    Billy Klaus (SS)              5  0  1  0  0  0  0  0    .332
    Walt Linden (C)               2  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .328
     Chico Carrasquel (P)         1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .350
     Earl Battey (P)              3  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .252
    Ralph Kiner (LF)              5  1  1  1  1  1  0  0    .271
    Eddie Mathews (3B)            3  2  2  2  0  0  0  0    .291
    Dale Long (1B)                4  1  1  2  0  0  2  0    .301
    Ted Lepcio (2B)               5  2  0  0  0  1  1  0    .387
    Walt Moryn (RF)               4  1  0  0  0  3  1  0    .355
    Rip Repulski (CF)             5  0  0  0  0  0  2  0    .326
    Tom Baker (P)                 0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .245
     Joe Adcock (P)               1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .302
     Bob Conley (P)               0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .105
     Eddie Yost (P)               1  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .330
     Larry Jackson (P)            0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .292
     Curt Roberts (P)             1  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .270
     Ed Roebuck (P)               0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .200
     Ron Taylor (P)               0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .333
     Ed Fitz Gerald (P)           1  1  0  0  0  0  0  0    .316
     Lindy McDaniel (P)           1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
     Barney Schultz (P)           0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .200
    TOTALS                       42 11  5  5  1  5  7  0
    
       2B:  Ted Lepcio, Walt Moryn
       HR:  Ralph Kiner
       GDP:  Dale Long, Ted Lepcio
    
       DP:  Ted Lepcio, Billy Klaus
       E:  Billy Klaus
    
                               ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
                   Tom Baker  2.0  2  1  0  2  2  0  35   2.45
                  Bob Conley  2.0  1  0  0  0  0  2  26   3.90
               Larry Jackson  2.0  1  0  0  1  0  2  32   2.44
                  Ed Roebuck  1.0  0  1  0  0  0  0  12   1.96
                  Ron Taylor  1.0  0  0  0  0  0  0  12   3.46
              Lindy McDaniel  2.0  2  1  0  2  0  3  42   1.78
              Barney Schultz  0.0  3  0  0  1  1  0  12   3.57
                      TOTALS 10.0  9  3  0  6  3  7 171
    
    NATIONAL LEAGUE              ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    Grady Hatton (3B)             4  0  1  1  0  0  2  0    .279
    Jimmy Finnerty (CF)           5  2  0  2  0  0  1  0    .277
    Harry Elliott (LF)            4  2  1  0  0  2  0  0    .369
    Norm Cash (1B)                5  0  0  0  0  1  0  0    .323
    Karl Pairre (C)               5  1  0  1  0  0  2  0    .263
    Bobby Hofman (2B)             4  1  1  1  0  0  0  0    .317
    Allie Clark (RF)              4  2  0  1  0  2  0  0    .305
    Harvey Kuenn (SS)             4  1  0  0  0  1  0  0    .346
    Syd Williams (P)              2  0  0  0  0  0  2  0    .516
     Luis Tiant (P)               0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .108
     Davey Williams (P)           1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .358
     Walt Kellner (P)             0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
     Terry Fox (P)                0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .500
     Steve Hamilton (P)           0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
     Johnny Logan (P)             1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .327
     Bill Dailey (P)              0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .250
    TOTALS                       39  9  3  6  0  6  7  0
    
       2B:  Karl Pairre, Jimmy Finnerty, Allie Clark
       GDP:  Karl Pairre
    
       DP:  Karl Pairre, Norm Cash 2, Harvey Kuenn
       E:  Grady Hatton
    
                               ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
                Syd Williams  5.0  5  1  1  1  1  3  91   1.96
                  Luis Tiant  2.0  3  1  0  2  2  1  35   3.55
                Walt Kellner  1.0  1  2  0  2  2  1  27   1.70
                   Terry Fox  0.2  2  1  0  0  0  0  26   1.33
              Steve Hamilton  0.1  0  0  0  0  0  1   6   3.57
                 Bill Dailey  2.0  0  0  0  0  0  1  28   3.42
                      TOTALS 11.0 11  5  1  5  5  7 213
    
         WP: Bill Dailey
         LP: Barney Schultz
    
         Temperature: 66F
         Wind: 3 MPH (left to right)
         Attendance: 34,249
         Time: 4:20
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

    (Author unknown)

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    The London "Daily Mirror"

    June 28th 1959

    The Tyranny of the telephone


    Chatty Cathy's column

    Have you ever considered that the household phone which you believe to be so handy, so convenient, is really the Fifth Column in your household, with its strident disruption of your watching "Woman's Hour" or "Coronation Street", or whether your Lotto number cane up, entitling you to the life of Riley on t.v., ot slowing you down when you're trying to get the kids off to school or disturbing your working week nights, or your oh-so-welcome weekend naps?
    https://www.google.ca/search?q=The+f...GYy40gSvu6iwAg

    And remember, it's seldom good tidings when that phone rings; it's hardly ever some dishy bloke inviting you to lunch at the Savoy, or a lawyer informing you that your rich great -uncle has died, leaving you a million or two; no, it's more likely to be your deadbeat relative whining for another loan, or some scatty journalist doing a survey on the situation in Bangkok, or your bullying mother-in-law announcing that she intends to visit to ensure that you're properly looking after her son (and , guiltily, you realize that you're not- you’re too busy with the kids, watching t.v. taking naps, or all of the above)

    So why do we tolerate having this stealthily invasive shiny-black little nuisance in our home? We remember that we had it installed for emergencies such as when one of the kids swallowed his tobacco chaw, or Dad banged his thumb with a mallet, when trying some "Simple pre-assembly" of a kid's new toy, or ,I want to place a bet on that red-hot tip running in the three o'clock race.

    But all of these emergencies arise when you're nowhere near a phone, or when the telephone company's on strike, or when another of your kids is has commandeered the instrument, trying to dissuade one of her friends not to take a swan-dive off the roof because of boy-friend woes.

    (I must admit that I invariably do get through to place my two quid each way on that hot tip, which, also invariably proves to be an also-ran)

    And for all this aggro, when the telephone company comes off its strike, it demands three pounds a month for you having this tyrant within your home. No, with the phone at home, you cannot win.

    The telephone at work, ,is a different matter. For absolutely no cost to yourself, you can arrange brown -bag luncheon dates with your best friend, or that hunk in the office next to yours, have the kids phone in their whereabouts, every hour on the hour, your hubby, likewise, you can get your own back on mother -in-law by playing "Knock-up Ginger " on the telephone, and you can save yourself the drag uf shopping, by ordering up your groceries, just before leaving the office for the day.( I won't tell my boss if you won't.)https://www.google.ca/search?q=%22Ga...FYGW8wXpqbbACA

    That reminds me...my boss wants me to conduct a survey on the situation in Bangkok - it'll be a piece of cake...I'll do it by telephone.
    -30-
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

    (Author unknown)

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    The London "Morning Star" (AKA "The Daily Worker")

    June 21st 1959

    FBI's "Secret List"

    by Tom Canron

    It has come to light that, ever since April of 1947, a list has existed in the United States, of "Subversive Organizations" i.e. prone to "Un-American" activities. Such organizations included the Ku Klux Klan and the Nazi Party, not to mention our own Communist Party. plus "alleged Communist fronts"

    Some of these latter organizations are very interesting to behold; Abraham Lincoln School;Committee for the Protection of the Bill of Rights; Jewish Culture Society; etc, what could be more essentially American than these groups?

    There are obvious inclusions of course, given that this list was drawn up so soon after World War Two, and we regarded various countries as recent enemies, hence the inclusion in the List at that time included such groups as the German American Bund and American League Against War and Fascism, but as the hysteria against Communism engendered by Senator McCarthy, and the McCarran Committee grew, so did the List, so that this year, it has reached ridiculous proportions.

    This newspaper is fortunate to have sources in the United States which are able to blow the whistle on secrets that the U.S. government would like to remain secret; this list is one of them. We believe our best argument for ridiculing this hodge-podge of real and imagined foes of the "American Way of Life" is by publishing as much of the list as our sources have been able to provide.

    Abraham Lincoln Brigade
    Abraham Lincoln School
    Action Committee to Free Spain Now
    Alabama People's Educational Association
    American Association for Reconstruction in Yugoslavia
    American Christian Nationalist Party
    American Committee for European Worker's Relief
    American Committee for protection of Foreign Born
    American Committee for the Settlement of Jews in Birobidzhan
    American Communist Party
    American Peace Crusade
    American Polish League
    Black Dragon Society
    Cervantes Fraternal Society
    Committee to Abolish Discrimination in Maryland
    Committee to Aid the Fighting South
    Committee to Defend the Rights and Freedom of Pittsburgh's Political Prisoners
    Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy
    Committee for Constitutional and Political Freedom
    Committee for the Defense of the Pittsburgh Six
    Committee for Nationalist Action
    Committee for the Negro in the Arts
    Committee for Peace and Brotherhood Festival in Philadelphia
    Committee for the Protection of the Bill of Rights
    Committee for World Youth Friendship and Cultural Exchange
    Committee to Defend Marie Richardson
    Committee to Uphold the Bill of Rights
    Congress of African Women
    Daily Worker Press Club
    Detriot Youth Assembly
    Elsinore Progressive League
    Families of the Baltimore Smith Act Victims
    Federation of Greek Maritime Unions
    Florida Press and Education League
    Freedom Stage, Inc.
    Friends of the Soviet Union
    Garibaldi American Fraternal Society
    German American Bund
    Harlem Trade Union Council
    Hellenic-American Brotherhood
    Hungarian Brotherhood
    Independent Socialist League
    Japanese Association of America
    Jewish Culture Society
    Knights of the White Camelia
    Ku Klux Klan
    Labor Youth League
    League of American Writers
    Mario Morgantini Circle
    Michigan Council for Peace
    Michigan School of Social Science
    Nanka Teikoku Gunyudan
    Oklahoma League for Political Education
    People's Educational and Press Association of Texas
    Virginia League for People's Education
    Youth Communist League

    We members of the Communist Party are proud be linked to most of such groups, for they are truly democratic; if the FBI believes that we influence them, that is truly a cause for pride...maybe we Communists aren't such bad people after all !
    -30-
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

    (Author unknown)

    Generation 35.

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    Philadelphia Phillies at San Francisco Giants
    July 31, 1959

    TOP OF THE FIRST
    Dean Chance takes the mound for the Giants.
    Carmen Mauro singled down the left field line. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Grady Hatton flied out to center. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Dick Perry singled down the right field line, advancing the runner to third. <3-1>
    Karl Pairre reached first on a throwing error by the shortstop - a run scored. <3-1>
    Del Ennis grounded to short, scoring a run. <--1>
    Jim King walked. <-21>
    Harvey Kuenn homered into the left field bleachers for three RBIs. <--->
    Owen Friend struck out. <--->
    5 runs, 3 hits, 1 error, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the first, Philadelphia leads 5 to 0.

    BOTTOM OF THE FIRST
    Don Drysdale takes the mound for the Phillies.
    Tommy Glaviano singled through the left side. <--1>
    Dave Pope homered into the left field bleachers for two RBIs. <--->
    Jimmy Finnerty struck out. <--->
    Bobby Hofman flied out to center. <--->
    Bobby Thomson grounded to second. <--->
    2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the first, San Francisco trails 5 to 2.

    TOP OF THE SECOND
    Don Drysdale lined out to third. <--->
    Carmen Mauro walked. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Grady Hatton reached first on a fielding error by the second baseman. <-21>
    Dick Perry singled to center, scoring a run. <-21>
    Karl Pairre singled to left, scoring a run. <-21>
    George Bamberger now pitching for the Giants. <-21>
    Del Ennis grounded to third for a double play (5-4-3). <-2->
    2 runs, 2 hits, 1 error, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the second, Philadelphia leads 7 to 2.

    BOTTOM OF THE SECOND
    Art Schult flied out to left. <--->
    Yogi Berra grounded back to the pitcher. <--->
    Roy Smalley singled to left field. <--1>
    George Bamberger struck out. <--1>
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the second, San Francisco trails 7 to 2.

    TOP OF THE THIRD
    Jim King grounded to second. <--->
    Harvey Kuenn singled back through the middle. <--1>
    Owen Friend grounded to first for a double play (3-6-1). <--->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the third, Philadelphia leads 7 to 2.

    BOTTOM OF THE THIRD
    Tommy Glaviano struck out. <--->
    Dave Pope struck out. <--->
    Jimmy Finnerty struck out. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the third, San Francisco trails 7 to 2.

    TOP OF THE FOURTH
    Don Drysdale struck out. <--->
    Carmen Mauro singled to right. <--1>
    Grady Hatton popped up to first. <--1>
    Dick Perry walked. <-21>
    Karl Pairre doubled in the left field gap for two RBIs. <-2->
    Del Ennis struck out. <-2->
    2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the fourth, Philadelphia leads 9 to 2.

    BOTTOM OF THE FOURTH
    Bobby Hofman struck out. <--->
    Bobby Thomson flied out to left. <--->
    Art Schult grounded to first. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the fourth, San Francisco trails 9 to 2.

    TOP OF THE FIFTH
    Howie Reed now pitching for the Giants. <--->
    Jim King walked. <--1>
    Harvey Kuenn flied out to left field. <--1>
    Owen Friend singled to center field, advancing the runner to third. <3-1>
    Don Drysdale grounded to first for a double play (3-6-3). <3-->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the fifth, Philadelphia leads 9 to 2.

    BOTTOM OF THE FIFTH
    Yogi Berra popped up to the catcher in foul ground. <--->
    Roy Smalley grounded to the third baseman. <--->
    Howie Reed struck out. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the fifth, San Francisco trails 9 to 2.

    TOP OF THE SIXTH
    Carmen Mauro walked. <--1>
    Grady Hatton flied out to center. <--1>
    Dick Perry singled down the left field line. <-21>
    Karl Pairre grounded to short for a double play (6-4-3). <-2->
    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the sixth, Philadelphia leads 9 to 2.

    BOTTOM OF THE SIXTH
    Tommy Glaviano singled up the middle. <--1>
    Dave Pope struck out. <--1>
    Jimmy Finnerty struck out. <--1>
    Bobby Hofman tripled into the right field corner, scoring a run. <3-->
    Bobby Thomson singled to right, scoring a run. <--1>
    Art Schult doubled in the left field gap, scoring a run. <-2->
    Yogi Berra grounded to the third baseman. <-2->
    3 runs, 4 hits, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    At the end of the sixth, San Francisco trails 9 to 5.

    TOP OF THE SEVENTH
    Del Ennis walked. <--1>
    Jim King grounded to second. <-2->
    Harvey Kuenn grounded to second. <3-->
    Owen Friend grounded to the shortstop. <3-->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 1 left on base.
    In the middle of the seventh, Philadelphia leads 9 to 5.

    BOTTOM OF THE SEVENTH
    Roy Smalley grounded to first base. <--->
    Johnny Romano pinch hit for Howie Reed. <--->
    Johnny Romano grounded to short. <--->
    Tommy Glaviano flied out to right. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    At the end of the seventh, San Francisco trails 9 to 5.

    TOP OF THE EIGHTH
    Howie Nunn now pitching for the Giants. <--->
    Don Drysdale struck out. <--->
    Carmen Mauro flied out to right. <--->
    Grady Hatton grounded to third. <--->
    0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, and 0 left on base.
    In the middle of the eighth, Philadelphia leads 9 to 5.

    BOTTOM OF THE EIGHTH
    Dave Pope struck out. <--->
    Jimmy Finnerty homered over the right field fence. <--->
    Bobby Hofman singled through the right side. <--1>
    Bobby Thomson flied out to left. <--1>
    Art Schult walked. <-21>
    Walt Kellner now pitching for the Phillies. <-21>
    Yogi Berra doubled down the left field line for two RBIs. <-2->
    Roy Smalley was intentionally walked. <-21>
    Tommy Brown pinch hit for Howie Nunn. <-21>
    Tommy Brown grounded to the shortstop. <-21>
    3 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, and 2 left on base.
    At the end of the eighth, San Francisco trails 9 to 8.

    TOP OF THE NINTH
    Bob Thorpe now pitching for the Giants. <--->
    Dick Perry struck out. <--->
    Karl Pairre singled to right field. <--1>
    The Phillies put on the hit and run.
    Karl Pairre stole second. <-2->
    Del Ennis flied out to right. <-2->
    Jim King reached first on a fielding error by the shortstop. <3-1>
    Harvey Kuenn grounded to the shortstop. <3-1>
    0 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, and 2 left on base.
    In the middle of the ninth, Philadelphia leads 9 to 8.

    BOTTOM OF THE NINTH
    Tommy Glaviano popped up to second. <--->
    Dave Pope grounded to first. <--->
    Jimmy Finnerty struck out. <--->

    PHILLIES WIN: 9-8
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

    (Author unknown)

    Generation 35.

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    Code:
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    Philadelphia Phillies at San Francisco Giants
    July 31, 1959
    
                         1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 +  R  H  E
          Phillies (PHI) 5 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0    9 11  0
            Giants (SFG) 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0    8 10  3
    
    PHILADELPHIA                 ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    Carmen Mauro (CF)             3  2  2  3  0  0  0  0    .280
    Grady Hatton (3B)             5  0  0  1  0  0  0  0    .283
    Dick Perry (1B)               4  3  1  2  0  1  1  0    .368
    Karl Pairre (C)               5  3  0  0  0  3  0  1    .260
    Del Ennis (LF)                4  0  1  1  0  1  1  0    .321
    Jim King (RF)                 3  0  2  1  0  0  0  0    .226
    Harvey Kuenn (SS)             5  2  0  1  1  3  0  0    .360
    Owen Friend (2B)              4  1  0  0  0  0  1  0    .293
    Don Drysdale (P)              4  0  0  0  0  0  2  0    .089
     Walt Kellner (P)             0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
    TOTALS                       37 11  6  9  1  8  5  1
    
       2B:  Karl Pairre (19)
       HR:  Harvey Kuenn (10)
       GDP:  Karl Pairre, Owen Friend, Del Ennis, Don Drysdale
    
                PHILADELPHIA   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
                Don Drysdale  7.2  9  1  2  8  8 10 137   2.71
                Walt Kellner  1.1  1  1  0  0  0  1  25   1.62
                      TOTALS  9.0 10  2  2  8  8 11 162
    
    SAN FRANCISCO                ab  h bb  r hr bi  k sb     avg
    Tommy Glaviano (3B)           5  2  0  2  0  0  1  0    .268
    Dave Pope (LF)                5  1  0  1  1  2  3  0    .263
    Jimmy Finnerty (RF)           5  1  0  1  1  1  4  0    .260
    Bobby Hofman (2B)             4  2  0  2  0  1  1  0    .308
    Bobby Thomson (CF)            4  1  0  1  0  1  0  0    .261
    Art Schult (1B)               3  1  1  1  0  1  0  0    .287
    Yogi Berra (C)                4  1  0  0  0  2  0  0    .261
    Roy Smalley (SS)              3  1  1  0  0  0  0  0    .295
    Dean Chance (P)               0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .286
     George Bamberger (P)         1  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .000
     Howie Reed (P)               1  0  0  0  0  0  1  0    .400
     Johnny Romano (P)            1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .258
     Howie Nunn (P)               0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .000
     Tommy Brown (SS)             1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .292
     Bob Thorpe (P)               0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0    .429
    TOTALS                       37 10  2  8  2  8 11  0
    
       2B:  Art Schult (9), Yogi Berra (15)
       3B:  Bobby Hofman (6)
       HR:  Dave Pope (10), Jimmy Finnerty (16)
    
       DP:  Bobby Hofman 2, Art Schult 5, Tommy Glaviano, Roy Smalley 3
       E:  Bobby Hofman, Roy Smalley 2
    
               SAN FRANCISCO   ip  h bb hr  r er  k pit    ERA
                 Dean Chance  1.1  5  2  1  7  2  1  56   6.26
            George Bamberger  2.2  3  1  0  2  2  2  34   3.52
                  Howie Reed  3.0  2  3  0  0  0  0  55   4.26
                  Howie Nunn  1.0  0  0  0  0  0  1  11   1.83
                  Bob Thorpe  1.0  1  0  0  0  0  1  25   3.50
                      TOTALS  9.0 11  6  1  9  4  5 181
    
         WP: Don Drysdale (14-2)
         LP: Dean Chance (2-4)
         SV: Walt Kellner (14)
    
         Temperature: 65F
         Wind: 5 MPH (out to center)
         Attendance: 22,900
         Time: 3:39
    
    Phils (81-15) lead the N.L.by 31 games over the Pirates (50-46)
    "Whate'er should be our Zodiac's star
    We all are born to make or mar.
    To each is gi'en a bag of tools
    Some mentors, and a set of rules:
    And each must carve, ere life has flown,
    A stumbling block, or a stepping-stone"

    (Author unknown)

    Generation 35.

    "Spikes" The cleats on baseball boots
    "Spikes" On which newspaper editors impale copy for future reference, or ultimate destruction.

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