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TEN THE NORTH ADAMS, MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 13. 1963 HANDS AUtWS THAT WAV. HOW CAN W TELL THEY'RE. COLD WHEN tfltffeE WStf* "MEM'? BEETLE BAILY By Mort Walker Foehl,Chapman Low Men at laconic Club OOR GAEBA6E RAILS OUST SET A LOT MOKE USE T>I&N MOST SARSA&E PAILS ITS HOT THEIR FAULT, SIR TELL VOUE fcT.R'S TO 05 MOB£ CAREFUL LOCK AT THE CONPITION Or THOSE GARBAGE PA1LS POGO— By W«lr Kelly Pittsfield Beats Williamstown Nine Adams Takes Came, Dalton Gets Victory John Foehl of the Taconici Walt Pringl*, Taconic, Bud Goll Club and his guest, Bill^ears, Hollywood, Fla., 72; Jim rh*»~>,~ *t rr..nwu-h ronn 'Collins, Taconic, Fred Favreau Chapman of Greenwich, Conn., |W(ihc ' Bud ^ HmM won medalist honors yesterday! c » u {fman, Wahconah, 73; Bing in the annual Taconic Golf Club Hunter, Taconic, John Hawkins, Country Club of Pittsfield, 73; Bill Roberts Taconic, Steve Clark, Waheonah, 74; Dixon Dan- member-guest tournament. The medalists had 32 and 36 for a three under par 68. The only other team to break iels, Taconic, John Jones, Adpar was Rulph Fressola of Ta- ams, 74; W«lt Rohane, Taconic, conic and Dick Hunter of IhejChet Mendel, Forest Park, Ad- Berkshire Hills County Club of'anui, 75; Pete Welaneti, Taconic, Pitlsfield. Tliey were one under with 34-36-70. Remington Merry, Wahconah, 75; Paul Kleiner, Taconic, Emil Sixty teams Qualified. Twc r Raczka, Forest Park, 75; Roy rounds of match play will be run'Douglas, Taconic, Bill Linscott, today. - (Forest Park, 75; Chet But*, Ta- Area golfers among the quali-:conic, Norman Bianco, North Ad- fiers are: 'ams, 75. „. OH.~-Z PON'T K*JOW ABOUT -THAT. you PAKT Of tUE Kit N -ME REVIVAL- OF THf FAMOUS COMIC STRIP. * . CON'T LOOK UK£ 7 A MoOSf BLONDIE— By Chick Yoanj '!;;'';_' COUT BE It MAP AT HER, DEAR 1 ' TERRY— By George Wunder MEANWHILE; AT ANOTHFK FCWT on THE AIR FORCE ACAPEM/ CAMPUS...' A SITUATION I SUSPECT GENTLEMEN, JT'5 MISTER WMPARJ7 WILL KM!. ALL OF US FOR NCEI Ml YOUR SQUAPRON t CQVU1AN[7EI?,WE VVIU, SET TO KNCW EACH OTHER C2UITE WEIL ly McEvoy end Stribel DIXIE DUGAN — Scram SCRIM-THE HARPOONER. tS COMING UP THE PATH ! HIOE ! AND YOU THINK VDU CAM TREAT ME LIKE A CHILD-WHEN I'M SO MR. BART HAS SENT A YOU LIKE _ c . SCRIM,THE HARPOONEf? ,) TO IMAGINE \ OLD AND SO WTSE .' AFTER ME __-^f THINGS/ DON'T 1 - TH£JACKSON TWINS— -vOU DCN'T NEED A PURSE f ALL THE AFTER-rcu PAB4DEO TALK YA UP .'....TELL WHAT DDTHtS SHEP DUCGIN 5AYABCXJTUS, TECMITE ? HIM GUYS GO FCC LIKECA7UEATAN AUCTION MINNEAPOLIS-ST.PAUL (AP) —Carl Yastrzcraski u the top hitter in the major leagues. Dick (The Monster) Radatz is the best relief pitcher anywhere. Together they've put the Hed Sox back in second place in the American League race. Yastrzemski's eighth homer, greeting bullpen ace Ray Moore, was the 420-foot smash in the 12th inning which decided a 3-2 game at Minnesota last night. Yaz had authored a first inning jingle which drove in another tally. The Boston left fielder went 2-for-4 and also drew three walks as the Sox hung up their third straight victory and fifth in the last six starts. The defeat was the fifth straight and ninth in 10 games for the Twins. Rookie Bob Heffrier (1-0) faces Lee Stange (2-1) u the teams meet again today. The incredible Radatz nailed down his 10th victory oi the season against a single loss as the third Boston pitcher last night. He struck out four, bringing his total to 108 in 83 innings, in four frames and lowered his earned run average to 1.30. Radatz got himself in and out of a jam in the last of Hie ninth after Boston had pulled even in the top of that inning when Roman Mejias hit into a bases- loaded, run-scoring force play. Gene Green greeted Radatz NANCY— By Ernie-Bushmilter TRUDY Jerry Marcu let me know if the light botheri you, Ted." Yastrzemski Powers Red Sox to Victory Los Angeles .. San Francisco St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati .... Milwaukee ... Pittsburgh ... Philadelphia . Houston New York .... •t- with a single and after I sacrifice, Radati was charged with an error after obstructing the path of Green in an attempted rundown between second and third. Zoilo Versalles then hit to Chuck Schilling and in the ensuing rundown between third and home, Radatz made the tag on Green himself. After issuing an intentional walk, Radatz got out of the inning on a fly ball by Jimmy Hall. After Rollins singled and Hall sacrificed in the 12th, Radati struck out Bob Allison and Vic Power in order to wrap up the decision. Minnesota got its nuu on solo homers by Rolling and Harmon Killebrew. Both came at the expense of rookie starter Dave Morehead who had won his previous two starts with a two hitter and three hitler, respectively. Control trouble bothered him last night but the homers were the only blows which did damage. Boston outhit the Twins 13-6. Rollins waged a one-man war with four hits in five trips. The Yastnemski homer marked the third straight game the Sox have won via the distance route. Boston's 97 homers for the season puts them third in the A.L. derby, far ahead of the team slugging performance of a year ago. In fact Boston now has won 23 of its 47 victories via th* homer route. Red Sox Are Back In Second Position (By the Associated Press) The first time Ted Williams saw Carl Yastrzemski swing a bat, he made one of his rare predictioas: "Don't let anyone change his swing and he'll be a great hitter." No one has, and Yaz is beginning to make Boston's old batting master look like,an oracle. Yaz lashed an opposite field home run in the top of the 12th inning Friday night and powered the Red Sox past Minnesota 3-2 and into second place. The Chicago Whit* Sox, 7-6 losers to Detroit in 12 innings, slipped to third, a half game behind Boston and six behind the leading New York Yankees. Tlie Yanks, powered by Yogi Berra's three-run homer, solved old nemesis Ken McBride and the Los Angeles Angels 4-3. Baltimore beat Washington by the same score. Cleveland at Kansas City was rained out. Yastrzemski, a left-handed hit- ler, lashed his eighth homer of the season over the left centerfield fence, a drive of about 420 feel that tagged Minnesota with fifth straight loss. Yastrzemski, 23, a student at Notre Dame in the off-season, is in his third season as Williams' successor in left field for Boston and is off to his finest year. He leads the league in hitting, .334, and doubles, 23, is second in hits, 104, has a very respectable 43 runs batted in and possesses one of the best arms in the league. Berr's sixth inning homer off McBride brought the Yanks from behind, but they needed a ninth inning run to make it stand up when the Angels railed on Charley Dees two-run double. It was the Angels' 10th straight loss and the first time McBride had lost to the Yankees tince Aug. 7, 1961. Bill Freehan «ingled in Rocky Colavito wilh the Tigers' 12th inning run, singled in another run and had a solo homer. John Orsino belted a two-run homer in the lop of the ninth, driving in the tying and winning runs for Baltimore, which trailed 3-2 going into the inning. Tt was Baltimore's eighth straight triumph over Washington this season and the Orioles' eighth victory in their last nine games. Little Leagues ' Start District Playoffs Tonight The two North Adams Little League teams, North and South, will open their bid for District championship honors tonight at Pittsfield. South will play Pittsfietd West at Clapp Park, North will meet Piltsfield North at Wahconah Park. Game time at each place is 6 o'clock. Adams drew an opening round bye and a week from tonight will eet the winner of the Great Harrington-Lee game. The tilt will take place in South Berkshire. Williamstown did not enter the competition. Summer Basketball J. T. Bus Lines beat Western Gateway, 43-24, Nini'i New* rt*- feated Co. K, 56-27, Police down ed Lions, fil-32, Hunter'a trimmed Sprague, 40-24 IMI night In Sum' mer basketball league games The box (cores will be published in Monday'i Transcript. VFW Nine Wins Softball Contest VFW beat Less Market, 1M, last night in tlie Old Timers Softball League, Edwards the winner, fanning one, Sanlelli the loser. Perras and Moser hit triples, Bob O'Neil a double. The line score: VFW 32fl 334 0—15 16 Less 000 100 1— 2 9 U—niley, B. Flaherty, Bancroft. Major League Stars (lly the Aiioclntftl Prest) PITCHING —Sandy Koufex, Dodgers, (truck out 1,1 and allowed only three hits in M victory over New York, posting his third straight shutout and 15th victory. HITTING—Bill Freehan, Tigers, had two singles end homer, driv ing in winning nm in top of the 12th in 7-6 victory over Whit* .Sox, Racing Data Green Attendance 6,203. Handle *I7>V 254. BrrkuMr* IXnrM Attendance 1,761. Kindle $117, S7S. Arta Sports Events North Adam* South vs. Pittsfield Cl*pp Park—«: 00 North Adams North v». PitUfield North Wahconah Park—8:00 Adams Crystal Creamer; TS. Alerts League Psrk—6:00 Sowl.j American Legion South Berkshire vs. Adams Renfrew Field J:00 In the Majors 5 514 f, 7!4 9 10 11 Vi 21 W, •Men Pren) League W. L. Pet. G,B. .618 .557 .552 .547 .528 .512 .500 .483 .378 .313 Friday's Results Los Angeles 6, New York 0 Philadelphia 7, San Francisco 5 Pittsburgh 2, Houston 1 St. Louis 5, Milwaukee t Chicago 4, Cincinnati 1 Today's Games Los Angeles at New York San Francisco at Philadelphia Houston at Pittsburgh Chicago at Cincinnati Milwaukee at St. Louis Sunday's Games Houston at N«w York, 1 . Los Angeles at Philadelphia, 2 San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 2 Milwaukee at Cincinnati, 2 Chicago at St. Louis, 2 Monday'i Games Chicago at St. Louis Los Angeles at Philadelphia San Francisco at Pittsburgh Houston at New York Milwaukee at Cincinnati Chet Zajac turned in another masterful performance in holding Lee to three hits, fanning three and walking five as Adams won, S-0. Ed Godek had two hits for Adams, one a triple. Tony Kopec and Jot Ostizlo hit doubles. Black and Martin worked for Lee, Black the loser. Adams busted the game wide open with five runs in the sixlh, with Oslizlo and Kopec Betting their doubles, Art Salvi and Mike Gamari singles. By winning Adams kept its slim pennant hopes alive, Jimmy Rand will take the mound tomorrow for Adams. The summary: Adams . ab r h rbi Gamari, 2b 4 0 1 0 Oslizlo, ss 4 1 1 0 Kelly, 3b 4 1 0 0 Kopec, Ib 3 2 1 2 Salvi, rf 3 1 1 1 Godek, If 3 1 2 1 Zajac, p 4 0 0 0 Frederick cf .... 3 0 0 0 Constant, cf 3 0 0 0 American League W. L. Pet. 52 31 .627 47 37 .560 48 39 49 G.B. New York Boston .. Chicago 48 39 .552 6 Bsltimore .... 43 40 .551 6 Cleveland .... 45 40 .529 8 Minnesota .... 45 41 .523 81i Los Angeles .. 41 48 .461 1 Kansas City .. 36 47 .434 16 Detroit 36 48 .429 16 Washington .. 30 58 .341 24 Friday's Results Baltimore 4, Washington S Cleveland at Kansas City, postponed, rain Detroit 7, Chicago «, (12 innings) Boston 2, Minnesota 2, (12 innings) New York 4, Los Angeles 3 Today's Games New York at Los Angeles Detroit at Chicago Cleveland at Kansas City Boston at Minnesota Baltimore at Washington Sunday's Gama Boston at Los Angeles, 1 New York at Kansas City, 2 Cleveland at Minnesota, 2 Baltimore at Chicago, 2 Detroit at Washington, 1 Monday's Games Boston at Los Angeles New York at Kansas City Cleveland at Minnesota Baltimore at Chicago Detroit at Washington Hinsdale Results FIRST — Tennyson Hanover (Watson) 7.20 4.00 2.60 Lola R (Planfe) 4.60 3.40 Superior Pick (Burgess) 2.60 SECOND — Jimmy Branigan (McKee) 20.60 10.80 8.40 M. H. W. (Oilman) 9.80 6.40 Congress George (Burgess) 6.00 Daily Double (6-7) paid $97.80. THIRD — Nash Hanover (Bishop) 36.20 9.80 6,00 Don Gallon (Beckwith) 620 3.80 Lady Burke (Blake) 3.80 FOURTH — Gait Way Pat (Dagan) 5.40 4.60 3.20 •y TOM McSHANE PiHifield boat Willlemitown, 6-J, Adam» blanked Lee, 4-0 «nd Delton downed South Berkshire 4-1 in American Legion League garnet Utf night. Ademt pl«y» South Berkshire at Renfrew Field tomorrow, Pithfield ho$t» Lee while Williamstown playj a non- leagua game at Keene, N. H. •" Pittsfield Adams Dalton Williamstown Lee South Berkshire Totals 31 Ue at Ingegni, 2b 3 Dewkett, cf 3 Ostrander, 3b ... 3 Hunter, Ib 3 Stedman, 11 3 Field, rf 3 Lamont, ss 2 Drumm, c 1 Black, p 1 Martin, p 1 6 4 h rbi 0 Totals 23 Adams 0 0 0 0 (1 0 0 0 0 0 1-6 Williamstown Pittsfield is assured Legion Standing w 8 6 4 3 3 1 Pet. 1.000 .750 .444 .375 ,375 .111 Rearrion, Ib 3 Procopio, If Tobin, cl Russo, 2b Boteze, 3n Ellsworth, rf DeSanlis, c 1 Walger, p 3 Totals 31 Wllliamstown ab Leele, cf 4 Prenguber, ss ... 2 Shepard, c 2 White, 3b 1 Foote, Ib 3 Jacobs, 2b Chapman, if ,... Viens, rf Madden, rf Macomber, p Jacobs Barrett Totals Pitlsfield Williamstown ... 0 0 0 1 0 I 0 2 4 rbi 0 n 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 1 022 001 1—6 101 000 0-2 Dalton Wins Dalton scored three runs in the first and went on to beat South Berkshire, 4-1, Tom McCormick the winning pitcher. Jim Galliher finishing. Tom Barnes took the loss. Each team had seven hits. Green hit. Results of no FIRST—Time 1:00 1-5. worse than a tie" for the cham-Mamies Relic (Thornclike) pionship a, it defeated Williams-! 5 ' 20 *™ 2 ' M iown, 6-2 last night, Armand Reds Devil (Green) Walger the winner, Craig Ma-Ladie Renown (Brown) comber the loser. ! SECOND-Time 1:Z8. All Pitlsfield has to do is to Star of Stars (Cutshaw) win one more game. | . * M 3.202.80 Macomber fanned five, Walger Jamie All Star (ChiapelU) eight. Walger walked four, Ma-! 10.809.00 2.80 3.00 6.20 comber one. Natural Shadow (Gabriel) 4.20 Billy Leete got three of the' Daily Double (4-3) Paid $11.00 four Williamslown hits, one a THIRD- double. Jim White got the other.;Hasty Bound (ChiapeUa) _ Carl Boteze had three of Pittsfield's eight hits. 5.80 3.40 2.60 Bow's Lady (Diaz) 4,00 2.50 Leele scored in the first in-!Trim Willing (Alonzo) 2.60 ning getting a double, going to' FOURTH-Time :59 4-5. third on a passed ball and racing Sound Timber (Cutshaw) ST. Tn'the r °o7e g r '™'X^ Vous (Donahuel* ,!. 2:40 third on , clean single to ce, Terre^Yon) ^ Pittsfield got two runs in the Squanto (Cutshaw) 12.60 5 20 3.20 second and two more in the third;Wooden Bridge (Fol.on) 4.60 3.20 on an error and a home run by]News Stand (Hanson) 2.80 Tom Tobln, a drive to right field SLXTH-Time 1.41 thai was misjudged and rolled Royal Com (Thorndike) into the far pastures. The vis- ! . 4 - 20 3.00 2.40 tors added single runs in the Fightin Scot (Smith) 4.20 2.80 sixth and seventh. iPlcasant Dreams (Gabrielle) 3.60 With a little better support Ma- 1 SEVENTH-Time J:M 2-5. comber might have had a chance Social Lad (Cutshaw) for a win j 5 - M Williamstown travels to Keene War Ditty (Thorndike) 5.00 3.40 tomorrow and plays Adams in a Dismission (Alonso) 3.40 jhome game on Monday night. The summary: WHtsfleld lib r h Premtani, ss 4 0 1 rbi EIGHTH—Time 1:26 4-5. Bay Hornet (Ernst) 4.20 2.20 2.20 Ba A Pal (Alonzo) 0 Bertha G. (Cutshaw) 6.20 2.80 2.40 Gloria Heather (H'gins) 10.20 4.80 Rusty Royal (Pike) FIFTH — Laura Hill (Colletle) Secret Reward (Robinson) 3.60 7.60 5.40 4.00 5.00 3.20 Gotdie Blackguard (Pike) 2.60 SIXTH Country Style (Silk) 4,00 3.00 2.60 Sherwood Lass (Beckwith) 11.60 4.60 Haynes Up (Pike) 3.60 SEVENTH — Furman Hal (McCarthy) 10.00 5.80 3.80 Grand Will (Nason) Jim Dear (Robinson) EIGHTH — First Try 7.M 4.20 4.20 (Gagne) Edgewood Giera (Wilsey) 26.80 11.40 (.20 9,40 5.40 Onward Diamond (Matsiff) NINTH Hasty Fingo 3.40 (Lynough) «.80 4.20 3.00 Mike's Counsel (Field) 5.20 3.80 Red Rice (Harp) 5.40 A-3365. H-»I1»,32J. Saratoga Results FIRST- R*ject*d (Musto) 21.80 «,50 4.M Meddler (Urinfsten) 32.70 5.70 Prince Arthur (Kourlhtn) SECOND - Colonle Boy (Jevon*) H.50 3,00 2.80 Red Man (AWbo) t,«0 2.M Diamond Coast (Folg«r> ».«0 Daily Double <!•«) paid t*O.K>. Dodgers Hold Five Came Crip on Lead (By lheAssociated frtss) "I was scared to death I'd never pitch again." That's Sandy Koufax, remembering how things were exactly a year ago. The brilliant left-hander was in the middle of a spectacular spa- son and the Los Angeles Dodgers were sailing ahead in the National League race on July 12, 1962 at the Polo Grounds in New York. A numb index finger on his pitching hand forced Koufax to the sidelines after he had blanked the Mets through seven innings. He was credited with the victory —his 140i—but it was his last ol the year. The circulatory ailment later idled him for over two months, and the Dodgers wound up losing the pennant to the San Francisco Giants. But Lhe frightened and disabled Koufax of a year ago is now the hottest pitcher in baseball—a fact he emphasised Friday night, on the anniversary of that dark chapter In his career. Again at the Polo Grounds and again facing the Mets, he fired a three-hit M triumph. The shutout was hii third in » row and ninth of th* waaon; the victory his eighth straight and 15th of the year—high in the majors. His IS strikeout j boosted his total to 1«3, topi in the big leagues, and «.W he towertd nil earned run average to l.M in his nih complete game. bier! the second-place Giant* another length behind, 7-5, despite the continued long-range hitting of Willie McCovey. St. Louis beat Milwaukee S-.l; Chicago trimmed Cincinnati 4-1 and Pittsburgh shaded Houston 2-1. The Phils rapped Jack Sanford for four runs in the first inning and Ihrcc in the fifth, wilh doubles by Roy Sicvers, Don Dcme- anrt Clay Dalrymple the telling blows. McCovey smacked two- run homers for the Giants in Hie third and eighth—his 2.ith and 26tli—iiud Harvey Ktienn Iiomercd for San Francisco in the eighth. Winner Art Mahaffey was chased in the eighth, bul Jack Baldschun checked the Giants the rest of the way. The Cardinals clinched it with a few-rim third inning, capped by Gary Kolb's first major league homer. Bob Gibson won his ninth, wilh relief from Barney Schnllz, and Tony Clouinger was the loser. Gene Oliver and Mack Jones hom- ered for Milwaukee. The Cubs collected 13 hit* in dealing southpaw Jim O'Toote his fourth straight loss. Ernie Banks had a homer in the Cub attack, the 351st of his career for a seventh- place lie with Ralph Kiner on tlie all-time National League list. Bob Buhl was the winning pitcher, healing the Reds for only the second lime In his 11 NL leasons. Pittsburgh overcame Howston wilh two runs in the aixth on Dick Schofield's homer and successive The Dodgers? They've won five singles by Roberto Clcmcnlc, Bill in succession and have * five- Maicraski and Willie Slarecll, Don B»me (trip on 'i«t place. Ischwall got the pitching victory The Phll»o>lphi« Phillies dim-land Bob Bruc« was the loser. t

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