W L Pct. GB
Yakima ...... 14 4 .778 —
Salem ....... 12 7 .632 2½
Bremerton ... 11 8 .579 3½
Vancouver .... 8 8 .500 5
Wenatchee .... 9 11 .450 6
Spokane ...... 7 12 .368 7½
Tacoma ....... 6 11 .353 7½
Victoria ..... 7 13 .350 8
VANCOUVER, May 11—Len Tran's 370-foot triple with two men on base in the seventh inning broke a 1-1 tie as the Vancouver Capilanos went on to defeat the Wenatchee Chiefs, 7-1 tonight.
Tran scored as Charlie Mead singled him in.
Wenatchee opened the scoring when Hal Rhyne smashed a ball over the left field wall that hit a light pole and bounced back into the park. It was correctly ruled a home run by umpire Max Skulik.
The Chiefs goofed in the second when Jim Warner struck out and went back to the bench, finding he batted out of turn ahead of Neil Bryant.
The lights entered into play again in the eighth when the Caps had another rally going, and scored twice. Rickey Fernandez was at the plate with none out and the bases loaded. Lou McCollum threw a curve to him, chest high, and as he was about to swing, a bank of lights went out on the third base side.
Wenatchee ...... 100 000 000—1 6 3
Vancouver ....... 100 000 32x—7 13 0
Greenlaw, McCollum (8) and Pesut; Snyder and Brenner.
BREMERTON, May 11—The Yakima Bears extended their Western International League lead by a full game as Floyd Dickey held the Bremerton Bluejackets to five hits for a 3-2 triumph. Dick Briskey's seventh-inning home run proved to be the margin of victory as Keith Simon went down to defeat.
Yakima ........... 001 010 100—3 8 0
Bremerton ....... 010 000 010—2 5 1
Dickey and Orteig; Simon and Constantino, Corey (8).
VICTORIA, May 11—Everyone in the Victoria line-up scored at least one run as the Athletics outlasted the Salem Senators, 15-11.
Victoria used 12 hits and 11 walks in handing Frank Prowse his fifth win against no defeats.
Jim Foster was driven from the mound in the first inning when Victoria scored six times on four walks, Gil McDougald's double and singles by Bob Keller, Bob Day and Sol Israel, with a Salem error thrown in.
The A's came up with another big inning in the fourth when they counted seven runs, driving Bill Osborn, Foster's successor, to the showers in favour of Gene Peterson. Four walks, Frank Finnegan's single, a fielder's choice and two walks did the damage.
Peterson lasted until he lost control in the seventh and Victoria added its final markers on McDougald's second double, Finnegan's single, a fielder's choice and two walks.
Bob Cherry drove in seven of Salem's runs. He plated one with a high fly to centre field in the third, added four more with a 380-foot homer over the left field wall in the seventh after Prowse had loaded the bases on walks. He almost duplicated the feat in the eighth when his line single bounced off the top of the right field wall, but two runners scored.
A's notes — Righthander Don Murray is expected to join the club at the end of the current home stand. He was 10-4 with Joplin in the Class "C" Western Association last season. He appeared in 27 games with 11 complete efforts. He worked 141 innings, giving up 122 hits and 106 bases on balls while striking out 98.
Salem ........... 021 000 440—11 11 2
Victoria ......... 600 700 20x—15 12 0
Foster, Osborn (1), G.. Peterson (4), Miller (7) and Beard; Prowse and Day.
SPOKANE, May 11—The Spokane Indians finally snapped their lengthy losing streak as Bill Werbowski hurled five-hit ball in a 14-3 win. Spokane pounded four pitchers, including manager Bob Johnson, for 15 hits.
its winning run at Bremerton.
Morley Bockman, Tacoma second baseman was the only Tiger to have any luck with Werbowski's pitches. The Keystoner got two of the five blows, a triple and homer. Ken Richardson hit for the circuit for the winners.
Tacoma .......... 010 020 000—3 5 3
Spokane ......... 102 133 13x—14 15 0
Knezovich, Fortier (1), Shell (5) and Warren; Werbowski and Rossi.