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THE PROGRESS, Clearfield, Curwensville, Philipsburg, Moshannon Valley, Pa., Monday, July 26, 1965 PAGE ELEVEN Quit Now, Feller Advises Warren Spahn By JOE REICHLER COOPEF.STOWN, N.Y. (AP) — Bobby Feller, the greatest right-handed pitcher of his generation, had some advice for Warren Spahn, the best left- hander of his era. The message consisted of just two words. "Quit now." Feller, here to participate in the induction ceremonies of a pioneer pitcher named James (Pud) Galvin to the Hall of Fame, took some time out to discuss Spahn's persistent struggle to keep pitching in the major leagues at the age of 44. "What's Spahn out to prove?" asked the former Cleveland Indian great. "What more does he expect out of his game? He's accomplished just about everything that's possible for a pitcher to accomplish. "He's won more games than any left-hander in history. He's got two no-hitters. He's been a World Series hero. He has set all kinds of pitching records. "What more does he want? He's not going to break the all- time win record. He's not going to set another strikeout mark. There won't be any more no- hitters for him. And it's hardly likely that he'll pitch any team to a pennant. FOR BEER, ALE, POKTER CALL Clearfield Distributing CLEARFIELD 1309 Bigler Ave. Dial 765-3961 Well Dressed Women - SHOP LORRAINE'S Hourzdale Men's — Women's - Children's -SHOES- McClure's Boot Shop N. 2nd St. Clearfield "li.'e Better Electrically" CLEAR-ELD ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. Old 7wa Road deal-field CARPORT & PATIO COVER 10x20 — Only $189.00 NEW DECOR WALL PANEL by Navaco DUNZ1K WEATHERPROOF CO. 405 N. 5th St. Phone 342-0660 Philipsburg Aussie Stars Upset in State By Pasarell By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HAVERFORD, Pa. (AP) — "Charlito was much tbo strong," said Roy Emerson, the world's No. 1 rated amateur player, after losing the Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis Championship in four sets to Charles Pa- sarell, UCLA student from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Pasarell, 12th-ranked player in the United States, astounded a capacity crowd at the Merion Cricket Club Sunday by upsetting Emerson, the U.S., Wimbledon and Australian champion, 6-4, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4. In accepting the trophy, Pa- sarell, fourth-seeded in the tournament, said, "This has been a very wonderful tournament. I guess I can't complain." The 21-year-old whiz also had defeated Fred Stolle, Emerson's Davis Cup partner and the world's No. 2 ranked amateur player, in the semifinal round. He kept the pressure on Emerson most of the way in the championship match and displayed a strong service throughout the one hour and 40 minutes of play in 90-degree heat. "He was hitting the lines all the time," Emerson said of his opponent. "I was just staying out hoping he would miss them. I hope to face him again in the Davis Cup Challenge Round." The tall, rugged Pasarell broke through Emerson's service in the fifth game of the first set, winning it in the 10th game. Emerson rebounded with a strong second set, but was- forced into too many errors in the third set. Pasarell broke through service again in the first game of the fourth set and won the match when Emerson failed to return a powerful service to his backhand in the 10th game. Emerson and Stolle won the doubles championship, defeating Vic Seixas of Villanova, Pa., and Bill Lenoir o^ Tucson, Ariz., 6-2, 6-1, 6-1. Billie Jean Moffit of Long Beach, Calif., women's single champion in the tournament, teamed with Mrs. Karen Hantze Susman of St. Louis to capture the women's doubles title with a 6-4, 6-1 victory over Mrs. Margaret Osborne duPont and Margaret Varner, both of Chadds Ford, Pa. <A Real Cool Refresher— MILLER DAIRY "1 IT'S DELICIOUS! YOU SAVE EVERY DAY AT SILCO CUT PRICE STORES, INC. 18-20 Front Street PHILIPSBURG FULLINGTON GMC SALES Clearfield JULY and AUGUST BARGAIN DAYS at WALCOAL MINING & TRUCKING, Inc. BIGLER - SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY Roblee. 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PHILIPSBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Collins Floral Arts NEW LOCATION 538 S. 2nd Street PHONE 765-3021 You'll Always Find the Best in Men's and Boys' Clothing at DAVIDSON'S 40 N. 2nd St. Clearfield SHOP - SAVE AT CLOVER FARM STORES "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" Curwensville Florist State Street Phone 236-0761 COMMUNITY LOAN & DISCOUNT CO. PHONE 765 9651 Personal Loans — Auto Loans Cor. Locust & 3rd Sts. Clearfield Giants Braves, By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Bob Shaw's aim is improving. So is his temper. The San Francisco pitcher, starting for the second straight day, picked up his 10th victory Sunday as the Giants edged Milwaukee 2-1 for their third consecutive triumph. But the day before, it. appeared that Shaw might lose his seventh game on just three pitches. The third pitch hit leadoff batter Felipe Alou and bounced Shaw out of the game. The 32-year-old right-hander was asked to leave when he told umpire Bill Jackowski what he thought of the call on Alou. Shaw contended rather vehemently that the ball hit the bat before it hit the batter. Once Shaw had departed, the Braves scored a run in the inning and held the lead until the Giants scored in the fifth, taking Shaw off the hook. Less than 24 hours later, Shaw tried to get back on it. He started again - and again hit leadoff batter Alou with a pitch. But this time it took him only two pitches to zero in, and he was satisfied with his bullseye. He didn't even bring up the point for discussion. Instead, he retired the Braves in the inning and allowed them only one run and no hit batters in the next seven. Elsewhere in the National League, first-place Los Angeles held on to its one-game lead by defeating St. Louis 5-1, Chicago stopped Pittsburgh 5-0 after losing 3-2 in 13 innings, Cincinnati trimmed Houston 3-1 and New York whipped Philadelphia 8-1 before bowing 3-1. Shaw scattered nine hits before leaving for pinch hitter Willie Mays in the eighth. Mays came up with two on and popped up, but Dick Schofield Edge 2 to 1 followed with a single that drove in Hal Lanier with the winning run. Rookies Jim Lefebvre and Jeff Torborg provided the big punch for the Dodgers, each stroking a two-run single in a five-run, fifth-inning explosion. They fared better than another rookie, Don LeJohn. LeJohn was supposed to start at third base but was removed from the line-up when he arrived at the park only one-half hour before game time. He had overslept. Bill Faul pitched a three-hitter in the Cubs' second^ga.me victory and figured in his second triple play in 12 days. He got Pittsburgh's Roberto Clemente to line into it in the fourth inning. The Cubs pulled a triple play against Milwaukee July 14 with Faul on the mound. The Pirates won the opener on Del Crandall's two-out homer off Lindy McDaniel in the 13th. Vernon Law, Pittsburgh's seventh pitcher, gained his llth victory. He won his 10th with a seven-inning performance Saturday. Reliever Bill McCool rescued starter John Tsitouris from a bases - loaded jam in the eighth inning and saved the triumph for Cincinnati. Leo Cardenas doubled home two Red runs in the ninth. Ruben Amaro's two-out error on Galen Cisco's grounder helped New York to four un- eared runs in the second inning of the opener. Billy Cowan tripled home two of the runs and scored as Roy McMillan singled. Philadelphia came back in the nightcap and took advantage of Chuck Killer's two-out error for two runs in the sixth. Bobby Wine scored as Hiller booted Cookie Rojas' grounder, and Dick Stuart eventually singled in Rojas with the deciding run. ^MMBBMMMBM Major League] STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L Pet. G.B. Los Angeles 58 42 Cincinnati . 56 42 San Fran. Milwaukee Phila'phia Pittsburgh St. Louis Chicago • • Houston .. New York 52 51 41 43 .580 .571 .559 .543 .510 .505 .495 .455 .453 .330 1 2V4 4 7 7'/2 8'/i 12 l /2 12 l /i> 24Va 49 47 50 49 48 49 45 54 43 52 32 65 Saturday's Results Philadelphia 5, New York 1 Pittsburgh 8, Chicago 5 San F N ran. 4, Milwaukee 2 Houston 4-0, Cincinnati 2-2 St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 2 Sunday's Results Cincinnati 3, Houston 1 Los Angeles 5, St. Louis 1 San Francisco 2, Milwaukee 1 New York 8-1, Philadelphia 1-3 Pittsburgh 3-0, Chicago .2-5, 1st game 13 innings Today's Games St. Louis at San Francisco Milwaukee.at Houston, N Cincinnati at Los Angeles, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, N Milwaukee at Houston, N Cincinnati at Los Angeles, N St. Louis at San Francisco, N New York at Chicago 113 N. 3rd St. THE LEAVY FUNERAL HOME Clearfield Since 1873 Clearfield WEDDING INVITATIONS SMITH'S STUDIO 214 Locust St. 765-5062 CLEARFIELD GOOD TRADE-IN USED Portable, Table and Console Models AS LOW AS $ 18 88 SAM'S PHILIPSBURG Opposite Grants 9 to 9 Daily American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Minnesota . 60 36 .625 — Baltimore .. 56 39 .589 3 l /2 Cleveland ..55 40 .579 4V4 Detroit 53 40 .570 SVi Chicago .... 52 42 .5.53 7 New York .. 48 51 .485 13V4 Los Angeles 45 52 .464 15V4 Washingt'n 42 56 .429 19 Boston 35 59 .372 24 Kansas City 30 61 .330 27Vi Saturday's Results Detroit 7, Chicago 4 Washington 9, Kansas City 2 Boston 8, Los Angeles 5 Cleveland 3, New York 0 Baltimore 3, Minnesota 1 Sunday's Results Minnesota S, Baltimore 5 Boston 5, Los Angeles 4 New York 3-4, Cleveland 0-7 Chicago 10-2, Detroit 6-13 Washington 4-3, Kan. City 3-5 Today's Games Los Angeles at Boston, N Minnesota at Baltimore, N Tuesday's Games Chicago at Cleveland, N Los Angeles at Baltimore, N Minnesota at Washington 2, twi-night Detroit at New York, 2, twi- night Kansas City at Boston, 2, twi- night PITTSBURGH (AP) — The University of Pittsburgh says halfback Eric Crabtree, cleared of charges of stealing auto hubcaps, will be eligible to play football this fall. Crabtree and Larry Williams, 18, of Monessen were cleared at a hearing Saturday before Justice of the Peace Arm and Balsano in nearby Charleroi. Monday Night Special TIRES $2.00 OFF REG. LOW PRICE DEAN PHIPPS STORES 232 E. Market St. Clearfield Bucs Win Over Cubs in U, 3-2, Then lose 5-0 CLEVELAND (AP) — There were only five runs scored but 11 pitchers were used and the victory went to a starter appearing in relief. That was the story Sunday as the Pittsburgh Pirates edged the Chicago Cubs 3-2 in 13 innings in the first game of a doubleheader. Vernon Law, the seventh pitcher used in the game by Manager Harry Walker, was credited with his llth victory in 20 decisions. The Cubs came back to take the nightcap 5-0 but the Pirates took the four game series 3-1. The Bucs play the Cleveland Indians in an exhibition game here tonight. Del Crandall's home run won Sunday's first game. Pittsburgh got its first run on Bill Mazeroski's fourth homer in the second inning. They scored again in the third when Willie Stargell raced home from third on Donn Clendenon's infield single. The Cubs scored their runs in the fifth and seventh. The Pirates were able to get only three hits off Cub pitcher Bill Faul in the second game. Billy Williams hit his 16th homer for Chicago in the first and the Cubs added three more in the third when Ron Santo slugged his 20th homer with two men on. Faul got out of trouble in the fourth when the Cubs pulled off their second triple play in 12 days. Bob Bailey opened the inning with a single and advanced to second when Manny Mota reached f i r s t on Faul's wild throw. Roberto Clemente then lined to second baseman Glenn Beckert who threw to shortstop Don Kessinger to trap Bailey off second for the second out, and Kessinger relayed to Ernie Banks to get Mota at first. Don Cardwell lost his fifth game against eight victories in the second game. First Game Pittsburgh 011.000 000 000.1—3 11 0 Chicago 000 010 100 00.0—2...8.0 13 innings Veale, McBean, Carpin (7), Schwall (7), Gibbon (11), Wood (11), Law (12) and Pagliaroni, Crandall (4); Koonce, Hum - phreys (6), Abernathy (8), McDaniel (12) and Krug, Roznovsky (12). W—Law (11-9). L—McDaniel (3-5). Home Run — Pittsburgh, Mazeroski (4), Crandall (2). Second Game PITTSBURGH AB R H BI Bailey, 3b 4010 Mota cf 2000 Clemente rf 3010 Stargell, If 3000 Clendenon Ib 3000 Mazeroski 2b 3010 Virgil c 3000 Alley ss 3000 Cardwell p 2000 Virdon. ph 1000 Totals 27 0 3 0 CHICAGO AB R H BI Stewart If 4110 Landrum cf 4011 Williams rf 4231 Banks Ib 4120 Santo 3b 3113 Roznovsky c 3000 Beckert 2b 3000 Kessinger ss 3000 Faul p 3000 Totals 31 5 8 5 Pittsburgh 000 000 000—0 Chicago 100 300 Ix—5 E—Mazeroski, Faul. Triple Play — Becker, Kessinger & Banks. DP — Pittsburgh 2, Chicago 1. LOB — Pittsburgh 1, Chicago 2. 2B—Banks, Stewart. HR—Williams (16), Santo (2). S—Mota. IP H R ERBBSO C'd'l 8 85502 Faul 9 30002 W—Faul (1-2). L—Cardwell (85). T—1:37. A—20,777. DENVER, Colo. (AP)—Denver Bronco officials said Sunday they will sue fullback Cookie Gilchrist for refusing to play for the American Football League club in violation of a two-year contract. Gilchrist, who failed to show up for the opening of the Bronco training camp Tuesday, arrived in Denver Sunday, conferred with team officials and then left town. WANTED! MEN - WOMEN Government Dosmons pay mgn sim >- ing salaries. They provide much greater security than private employment and excellent opportunity for advancement. Many positions require little or no specialized education or experience. But to get one ot tnest lobs, you must pass a test. The competition is keen and in somt cases only one out of fivt pass. Lincoln Service has helped thousands prepare for these tests every year since 1*48. It is one ot the largest and oldest privately owned schools of its kind and Is not connected with the Government. For FREE booklet on ' Government jobs, including list of positions and salaries, fill out coupon and mail a< once - TODAY. You will also get full details on how you can prepare yourself for these tests. Don't delay - ACT NOW I LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. 72-4 Pefcin, Illinois I am very much Interested. Please send me absolutely FREE (1) A list of U. S. Government positions Md salaries; (2) Information on how to qualify for a U. S. Government Job. Name Age Street City 'State (PD4) Burgess Sets Pinch Hit Mark' Helps Chisox Win By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer If a little Go-Go went when Forrest Harril! Burgess came to the Chicago White Sox, they haven't missed it. In a pinch, Old Smoky gives the Sox plenty of bounce to the ounce. Burgess, paunchy, 38-year-old strongman of Al Lopez' bench, broke the major league record for pinch-swingers Sunday with a two-run double"— the 108th pinch hit of his 16-year career — as the White Sox divided a doubleheader with Detroit. The veteran catcher's hit, which keyed an eight-run sixth- inning rally in Chicago's 10-6 first-game victory, moved him one ahead of Red Lucas, who had 107 pinch-hits for three National League clubs from 192838. "The thing that makes Smoky a grea' pinch hitter is the fact that he is always swinging and gets a piece of the ball," Lopez said after the second game, which the Tigers won 13-2 with a four-homer barrage. "He's not too fussy where the ball is. He just takes his outs." Burgess can't recall his first pinch hit — one of 12 he stroked in 1949, his rookie year with the Chicago Cubs — but he'll have a memento of No. 108, if Cooperstown doesn't put in a claim for it. "I've got a little X marked on the ball I hit for the record," he said. "The people at the Hall of Fame can have it, or the one I hit to tie the record against the Yankees (a two-run single last Wednesday night.)" Burgess, with 12 hits and 19 RBI as a pinch hitter this season, has his sights set on Jerry Lynch's career record for pinch homers. The Pittsburgh outfielder, who has a total of 104 pinch hits, has come off the bench to hit 18 home runs, four more than Smoky. While Chicago and Detroit were splitting their twin bill, the Minnesota Twins, paced by Tony Oliva and Zoilo Versalles, came from four runs behind and whipped Baltimore 8-5, stretching their American League lead over the second-place Orioles to 3'/i games. Cleveland and New York split a doubleheader, the Indians taking the nightcap 7-4 behind the hitting of Fred Whitfield after the Yankees won 3-0 on Mel Stottlemyre's four-hitter. Washington beat Kansas City 4-3 in the first of a pair on a bases- loaded walk in the ninth but dropped the second game 5-3. Boston edged Los Angeles 5-4 in a single game. John Romano's grand slam homer capped the White Sox' winning rally, which erased a 41 deficit, in the opener at De- Nile, Ball Victorious At Hummingbird FALLS CREEK — Clearfield's Jim Hile and DuBois' Flip Ball captured victories in the feature races at the Hummingbird Speedway Saturday night. Hile pulled into the lead in the first lap of the 25-lap semi- late feature and held on to score a half-lap victory over Johnny Rover of DuBois. Bob Bigley of Smethport, Jay Plyler of Bradford and Bob Groves of Allegheny, N. Y., finished in that order behind Hile and Royer. The stock feature had to be restarted twicp after two tangles the first involving six cars and the second involving three cars. Elmo Bailey of Rockton had the lead for seven laps before Ball took over and went on to post his 12th feature win of the Briefs By The Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Open champion Gary Player, who said he just couldn't get going in the final round, emerged as an 11-stroke victor in the four-day National Challenge golf match. Player took the $20,000 first prize as he rounded out a 72- hole total of 269 at nearby Lakewood Country Club Sunday. NEW YORK (AP) — Kenneth! L. (Tug) Wilson is on his way out as president and Asa Bushnell as secretary of the U.S. Olympic Committee in a major shake-up of officers in the governing body' for the Olympic movement in this country. The surprise move came in the form of nominations by the group's executive committee — tantamount to election — of a completely new slate of officers for four-year terms. LONDON (AP) — Funeral arrangements were expected to be completed today for Freddie Mills, onetime world light heavyweight champion, who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound early Sunday. season. Bigley was the only double winner of the night as he won in the semi-late semifinal and the second semi-late heat. Other race winners were Ed Mowrey, DuBois; first stock heat; Bud Thompson, Punxsutawney, second stock heat; Gerry Schimp, Bradford, first semi- late heat; Glen Strouse, Rath- mal, pursuit; and Jack Crawford, Penfield, stock semi. The results: First stock heat — Ed Mowery, 777, DuBois; Paul Caltagarone, B29, Reynoldsville; John Yale, Dl, St. Marys. Second stock heat — Bud Thompson, 0, Punxsy; Flip Ball, 7, DuBois; Bill Flanagan, 92, Clearfield. First semi-late heat — Gerry Schi:np, 93, Bradford; Bob Groves, 79, Allegheny, N.Y.; Jim Hile, 55, Clearfield. Second semi-late heat — Bob Bigley, 7, Smethport; Jay Plyler, 3, Bradford; Chet Smith, 202, Port Allegheny, N. Y. Pursuit — Glen Strouse, 5, Rathmal; Jim Butterbaugh, J2, Rockton; Bud Thompson, 0, Punxsy. Stock semi — Jack Crawford, 4-25, Penfield; Sam Harmon, 1, Reynoldsville; Pokey White, 777, Olanta. Semi-latp semi — Bob Bigley, 7, Smethport; John Rover, 40, DuBois; 'Bob Groves, 79, Allegheny, N. Y. Stock feature — Flip Ball, 7, DuBois; Sam Harmon, 1, Reynoldsville; Pokey White, 777, Olanta; Willie Dietz, 89, Bradford; Dick Males, 43, DuBois. Semi-late feature — Jim Hile, 55, Clearfield; John Royer, 40, DuBois; Bob Bigley, 7, Smethport; Jay Plyler, 3, Bradford; 'Bob Groves, 79, Allegheny, N. Y. Open Monday 9 to 9 Clearfield Store FRIGIDAUFBT Our thriftiest FRIGI DAI RE Frost-Proof 2-Door CE EJECTOR KIT' Mtdel FPO-12W J2.1 M. ft (NEMA standard) 3 cttm or wkitt • Zips out cuoes at a touch into 80-cobe server! Comes with two 20-cube trays! • No frost, no defrosting ever! • Giant 106-lb. zero zone freezer and more. 289 95 WITH TRADE KIRSCH MAYTAG and ELECTRIC 112 N. Third Street CLEARFIELD Phone 765-5712 troit. Keny Berry and Bill Skowron also homered as the Sox snapped a six-game losing streak while Don Demeter hit a pair for the Tigers, who had won five in a row. Two homers by Norm Cash, and one each by Dick McAuliff* and Jerry Lumpe powered Detroit's second-game rout. The clubs combined for 12 homers in the doubleheader, two short of the AL record. The Twins struck for four runs in the eighth, three on Oliva's 17th homer, to tie Baltimore, then won it in the ninth on Versalles' two-run triple and Dliva's sacrifice fly. Rookie John Miller checked Minnesota on two hits, one a homer by Jimmie Hall, until the eighth- inning uprising. Brooks Robinson homered for the Orioles. Whitfield rapped four hits, includig a three-run homer, in the Indians' second-game victory over the Yankees before 56,634, the largest Cleveland crowd since June 17, 1962. Whitfield's homer was his fifth against New York pitching this season. Stottlemyre breezed to his llth victory in the first game, Joe Pepitone and Tom Tresh backing him with solo homers. Ken Harrelson lashed a pinch- hit double in the sevPnth inning and scored the go-ahead run for Kansas City in the nightcap at Washington, then added a ninth- inning homer. Pitcher John 0'- Donoghue's homer .helped the A's build a 3-0 lead before tha Senators tied it on Ken Hamlin's two-run double and a homer by Don Lock. After issuing two straight intentional walks, Kansas City reliever Don Mossi walked Willie Kirkland on four straight pitches, forcing in the winning run in the Washington opener. The Senators' Ken McMullen scored one run and drove in two with a double and triple. Tony Conigliaro got Boston off to an early lead with a two-run homer and, after the Angels pulled even, Frank Malzone doubled home the deciding run in the fifth. Pitcher Marcelino Lopez homered and doubled for the Angels. 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