WESTERN INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE STANDINGS
after Monday, July 14
. . . . . . . Win Loss Pct. GB
Bremerton ... 56 35 .615 --
Spokane ..... 51 37 .580 3½
Salem ....... 50 38 .558 4½
Victoria .... 50 45 .526 8
Tacoma ...... 44 46 .489 11½
Vancouver ... 42 47 .472 13
Yakima ...... 35 51 .407 18½
Wenatchee ....30 59 .337 25
Tars too Much for A's
BREMERTON, July 14 - Bob Jensen, who marked three Victoria victories in a week after rejoining the club, failed to get a man out tonight and was tagged with a 6-3 loss, the A's third straight setback.
A base on balls and four singles counted three Bremerton runs before Bill Rose, who was unable to finish the first inning in one game on Sunday, came in to smother the uprising. Rose gave up five hits and three more runs in his stint.
Jim Lowman was the successful moundsman for the Tars, racking up his 11th win. He gave up a single run in the first inning while singles by Vic Mastro and Jack Harshman, Babe Jensen's double and an infield out scored the final Victoria runs.
Charlie Bushong, Bill Barisoff and Eddie Murphy each picked up a pair of singles for the winners. Leo Righetti was the only Victorian to garner more than one hit, picking up two singles in three trips.
Sudden downpours of rain halted the game in the first, fourth and seventh innings.
Victoria ......... 100 000 200—3 7 1
Bremerton ..... 310 200 00x—6 9 2
Jensen, Rose (1), and Mastro; Lowman and Volpi.
Hedgecock Nips Tiger Rally
TACOMA, July 14 - A ninth-inning rally by Tacoma fell one run short as Vancouver defeated the Tigers 4-3 in their Western International League game here tonight.
Jim Hedgecock, Capilano pitcher, held the Tigers to five hits while his teammates collected 11 off Mitch Chetkovich.
Maury Donovan, Tiger first baseman, walked in the last of the ninth. Hedgecock managed to strike out Bob Hedington but gave up a triple to left centre to Dick Greco and Donovan easily scored.
Greco scored on a fielder's choice as Hank Bartolomei hit to shortstop Buddy Hjelmaa. Neil Clifford was out, Lee Mohr (at second) to Bill Reese (at first), to end the game.
Vancouver scored twice in the fifth on singles by Hedgecock and Mohr and a double by Hjelmaa. A walk, a single by Charlie Mead and Reese's triple to left field gave the Caps two more runs in the eighth.
Vancouver ...... 000 020 020—4 11 3
Tacoma ........... 010 000 002—3 5 0
Hedgecock and Stumpf; Chetkovich and Clifford.
Spokane at Wenatchee, postponed, rain and wind.
Salem at Yakima, postponed, rain.