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THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, October 2, 1951 ue A Mighty Crack Of The Bat t°5 ^ J I Leaders r By JDI HACKLEMAN £Associated Press Sports Writer i m | £ NEW YORK <AP>-A baseball j y as hit into the right field seats \ Jt New York's Yankee Stadium j Sunday, bringing a larger meas- I «re of renown to one young man! | 3 unique but unwanted distinction [ lo another, and instantaneous \ |ame to still another. 2 The first was Roger Maris of |he New York Yankees, who hit the bail—his 61st homer this year lor an all-time, one-season high. f"he second was rookie pitcher Jracv Stallard of the Boston Red Sox, who threw it. And the third •was the fortunate fan who caught |l. Sal Durante, 19, of Coney "island. Brooklyn. I" Maris connected for No. 61 in 3he fourth inning on his second jjtime at bat and in the final game 3W the regular season, bringing the American League champions a 1-0 yictory. Stalls rd's first two deliveries were balls, high and out&de. then low and inside. His next j>itch was fast, a little high, and §>ver the plate. Maris uncoiled Irith that mighty, fluid left-handled swing of his and rifled the ball 3nto the lower right-field stands, a tjirive of about 360 feet. 5 There, fighting hard among the 3>ack of spectators for the valu- memento, young Durante his catch. ^^^^M* ~ Despite his unprecedented total :y>f 61. Maris. 27. does not reign 2is undisputed home-run king but ^shares the throne with the fabled ~Babe Ruth. Under a ruling by Baseball Commissioner Ford ^Frick, Ruth holds the 154-game ^season record with his 60 in 1927. zMaris' 61 will be recognized as I^a record for the 162-game season -inaugurated by the American ^League this year when it expand- i ~ed from 8 to 10 teams. r Stallard, 24, is a right-hander Zw his first full major league sea•-son. He did not seem overly per- ;::turbed at being the pitcher who ~yielded No. 61. ~ Durante was anything but blase ^in his moment of glory. The ttruck driver-mechanic, a one-time sandlot second baseman, ^was quickly surrounded by police- Tanen after making his catch and, ~with a firm clutch on the precious •.ball, was escorted under the ^stands to meet Maris. American League Batting (based on 400 or more .at bats) — Cash. Detroit. .361; Howard. New York, .348. j Runs—Maris. New York. 132: } Mantle. New York, 131. i Runs batted in — Maris. New jYork. 142: Gentile, Baltimore, JI41. i Hits — Cash. Be-irort. 193; B : Robinson, Baltimore. 192. | Doubles—Kaline, Detroit, 41: B. j Robinson. Baltimore and Kubek, !New York 38. j Triples - Wood. Detroit, 14; j Lumpe, Kansas City and Keough, j Washington, 9. j Home runs—Maris. New York, ) 61: Mantle. New York, 54. 1 Stolen bases—Aparicio. Chicago. 53; Howser, Kansas City. 37. Pitching (based on 15 or more decisions)—Ford. New York, 25-4. .852: Terry. New York, 15-3, .842. Strikeouts—Pascual, Minnesota, 221: Ford, New York, 210. Shotgunning 49ers Post Title Claim By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer rt and the effiaencv of the tie claims by demolishing Detroit's vaunted defense in a 49-0 triumph Sunday that spilled the Lions from the undefeated class 1 and created a four-way tie for the pretenders to the West- ': ern Conference throne. j The 49ers emphasized their ti-j he Lions were unable to score. The 49en did it with coach Red National League Batting (based on 400 or more HITTING INTO HISTORY - Here's how Nsw York Yankee Ro«er Maris. with count of two baUs and no strikes in fourth inning of Sunday's game with Boston, tot his 61st home nm of season to become Erst man in major league history to hit more than 66. at bats) — Gemente, Pittsburgh, j .351: Pinson. Cincinnati. .343. Runs — Mays. San Francisco. 129; Robinsin. Cincinnati, 117. Runs batted in — Cepeda. San j . . Francisco. 142: Robinson. Cincin-1 nati. 154. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 20S; iClemente. Pittsburgh. 201. | Doubles — Aaron. Milwaukee, J39: Pinson, Cincinnati, 34. ] Triples — Altman. Chicago 12: j Caliison. Philadelphia and White | against i and Boyer, St. Louis, 11. I Home runs—Cepeda. San Fran! cisco. 46; Mays, San Francisco, [90. i Stolen bases—Wills. Los Ange- j les. 35: Pinson, Cincinnati, 23. • Pitching (based on 15 or more : derisions) — Podres. Los Ange•les. l?-5, .783: Miller. San Fran• cisco, 14-5. .737. i Strikeouts — Koufax, Los Angeles, 269; Williams, Los Angeles. 204. Hickey calling all the plays for the first time since he took over three years ago and alternating John Brodie, Bill Kilmer and Bobby Waters with devastating effectiveness on almost every play. Elsewhere, it wag an equally bad day for unbeaten teams as the league champion Philadelphia Eagles were beaten by the St. Louis Cardinals 30-27 and the Dallas Cowboys were whipped by the Cleveland Browns 25-7. In other games, Green Bay's defending western titlists defeated Chicago 24-0, Baltimore edged Minnesota 34-33, New York defeated Washington 24-21 and Los Angeles beat Pittsburgh 24-14. Gerry Perry's 27-yard field goal with five seconds remaining gave the Cards (2-1) a come-from-be- Tbe second-place Los Angeles i hind victory over the Eagles Dodgers, who finished four games j (2-1). back of the Reds, sprayed 15 hits i The Browns (2-1) used a 7-yard around Wrigley Field while whip- touchdown bolt by Jimmy Brown, the Chicago Cubs, 8-2. ; two field goals by Lou Groza and Curt Flood waited until the final j two scoring pik-hes from Mitt beating them 3-1. Lefty .M Jack- ' day to hit his second homer of! Plum to Rich Dreitling to NL Champs Find Gibbon Baffling place by thumping Milwaukee 8-2 in the first game of a doublehead- The ] By JACK HAND ) Associated Press Sports Writer i Cincinnati lost its final tuneup! er behind Billy O'Dell. j game at Pittsburgh Sunday, baf-1 Braves won the second, 3-2. | fled by left-hander Joe Gibbon.' . and moved on to New York where : the Reds open the World Series i Wednesday against Gibbon held the National League champs to seven hits n them the season in St. Louis' 2-0 vie- ' build up a commanding 25-0 lead. ton.- over the Phillies who suffered their 107th defeat. The finishing last, were 46 Bart Starr pa.ssed 18 yards to Boyd Dowler and 17 to Ron Kramer for touchdowns while Jim Tylor and Paul Hornung picked In the American League. Roger up valuable yardage on the Bob Pnrkey. slated to face the Yanks' Bill Stafford in the third series game at Cincinnati next Saturday, had a fine workout. He allowed only three bits and one unearned run in six innings \ Maris hit his 61st home run for-ground for the Packers (2-1). i Phils, finishing last, were ' games behind Cincinnati. in the Pirates. Steve Myhra booted a 52-yard Relief man j the New York Yankees who beat j Jim Brosnan was nicked for four Boston 1-0. Kaasas City edged j fi e id g oa ] on the final play as th« hits, two runs and his fourth de-: Washington 3-2. leaving the two'c 0 n s (2-1) edged the Vikings (1« feat in the seventh inning. San Francisco nailed down third Moment Of Truth For The Mighty By JACK CLARY j a little more competition I Associated Press Sports Writer (week from Maryland. s In Tie For Ninth ( It will be another month yet: Texas continued going strong.' r For Maris the results of home | before Iowa and Mississippi real- j walloping Texas Tech 42-14 and ! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j Both the Kansas City Athletic* and St. Louis Cardinals ended , their 1961 campaigns with vic- i tones. St. Louis downed the Phillies Bowlinj; Scores AMERICAN Jl'SlOR BOWLING CON T**m No. 1—J H:gS K-K, — M. S->ei=. U6-4U ; Trmm N«. S—5 H:?fc 16-3S — L. Heciitk, i«-iOl Ttara X». t—1 : K;?h 10-30 — J. Colbr. !37-}S9 Tt»m No. 4 —: Hirh JC^JC — B. Hmydtn, 1*1-JM Te»m Ne. 5—2 : EisS 10-30 — J. Haydec. Team Ns. Baseball Scoreboard Final Standings American League W. L. Pet. G.B. 109 53 ] clubs tied for ninth and last. De- 2 ). Lenny Moore scored four TDs j troit downed Minnesota 8-3. Balti-; for Baltimore, one on a 72-yard ; more and Chicago finished their i pass from j onnn y Unitas. , season Saturday. ,, . ,_.,., „ , ., /-• , Y. A. Tittle pulled the Giants I Gibbon struck out eight Cincin- j j nati batters while notching his J j 13th victory at Pittsburgh. j | Stan Williams had three, ! straight singles for the Dodgers j i before he was lifted for a pinch i i hitter. Williams won his 15th.! (2-1) ahead with a touchdown with 11 minutes remaining, scoring on a one-yard plunge that spoiled Washington's debut in a new stadium. 61 will amount to much more rithan records and adulation. It is ^estimated he will earn $300,000 in ^endorsements, personal appear- ize their moment of truth college football, unless— day. , State (No. 10), atop ; Kansas Citv. ^ ., .,, . ...» t, *. } •*" ** **"* fcv \^iuu u -ances, and royalties m the ,n*« , State and UCLA Unless the roof falls in on them ! the Big Ten after beating Wiscon- \ as it did to Oluo State, Rice, Perm I sin 20-0, will find out if Stanford I years~ Maris, the physical and mental j ^strain finally lifted, met the press ] • last weekend. nationaUv „, four, i is for reaL The Indians, after an j I all-losing season in 1960, won their 1 second Saturday, upending Ore- j in gon State 34-0. I Notre Dame convinced every'• one it wasn't kidding with its 19-6, = "It was great, great, great-the the veaTohYolt^ .^T^riri.™ ' be * Ung ° f Oklahoma and N "T greatest thrill I «er had," he s^te ^dveJv l ^ "* * * dead as many =£-:-• ,2»tate, respecmely. ^^ after j^^ William & Mary 44-6. Kansas, tabbed a power before High 10-38 — R. Crijcroft, 1M.3M Trim No. 7—I High IS — T. W»rre=, 412 Kith 3.0 — J. Moody. ISO 3f»m No. t — ii Higfc 16-36 — M. Br»<S;r. 157 432 Turn Ne. 9— • High 15 — D. Riche-soa. 134 j HigiJ 30 — B. Lister, 3:4 Redbirds wound up fifth in i **£**£ J*£ H-ct^. HI High 30 — D. Mclctjre. 371 FRIDAY MGHT LADIES Fairmont—* High 10-30 — M. C»dy, lad-413 Trout—I High 16-3« — H. C»rej. K7-ISJ Gamklei—1 JTigb 10-30 — P. Hom=E. ix-New York i Detroit 101 ? Baltimore 95 I Chicago • 86 ^Cleveland 78 ) Boston 76 jMinnesola 70 j Los Angeies .. 70 ! Washington ... 61 | Kansas City ... 61 I x-Won pennant. .573 — 61 67 75 83 S6 90 91 00 00 .623 .586 .531 .4*4 .469 .438 .435 .379 .579 S 14 23 30V 33 38 47i 471 OUie Matson and quarterback i Frank Ryan collaborated on • , Bob Gibson was the Cardinal %-yard pass play that sent th« shutout pitcher in Philadelphia,; R am s (1-2) in " front to stay I beating Don Ferrarese. The de • feat ended one of the worst sea- j i sons in Phil history. i Willie Mays hit his 40th home I run and Jose Pagan his fifth in the Giants' first-game victory , over Lew Burdette who wound up with an 18-11 record. The Braves ; won the nightcap in 10 innings. ; Bob Tavlor tied it in the ninth, ; against the Steelers (0-3). For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiles See Dean Berlin, Agent I Pro Football •^ "V I Standings I The Hawkeyes, who made j Coach Jerry Bums debut a sue- National League. The A's te Senators for ninth place American League. Jerry Lumpe drove in all of the A's runs with a homer and a single. Norm Bass was accorded the victory although he needed help from Jim Archer. Bass had an 11-11 E:gh 10 — C. B.-owo. 1SS Kips 50 — G. Wiitacre, 474 cess Saturday by beating Cali- ' the season, still hasn't won in two j fornia 28-7. play Southern Cali- starts, after tieing Wyoming, the ; ; Sk?"line's top dog. 6-6. Baylor will have fomia this weekend. Mississippi, with two straight American Football League Eastern Division victories, and 17 games in an un- ? jy»~ew York ^Boston ..., Houston .. Buffalo ... Western Division Diego 4 0 2 1 3)enver 1 3 Oakland 1 3 to say in the Conference race after beaten string, takes on Florida ! winnin 8 its second in a row, 16-13 State. Ole Miss had to work for? from Pitl - L T ' ^5 L a 2ft "' victory over Kentucky Sat- 1 0 .wO.urdav night. 2 6 .500 2 8 .333 Ohio State, though, had its i j , -* 4j> 3 0 .250 thoughts of a perfect season jolted' JOD IS "* by upset-maker Texas Christian,; Pomona V^liips Scraiiton 31-19 SCRANTON - Jim Goracke and Kish 1C-30 — 3. Lt^cJj. 1S3-434 Ott»»» Bo»l—2 Hijt 10 — B. Sp»u and H. JicC.»7. HigSt 30 — B. Span. 465 Borne ImpraTement—« H'Sh 10-30 — T. Hsigfces, 1SS-1M High 2« — M. L. Burgoco. !03 High 3o — S. WoSgmst. $59 j WOODPECKER Orle—i Says Oeveland .66, Saturday's Results San Diego 19, Buffalo 11 Sunday's Results Oakland 33. Denver 19 Dallas 26. Houston 21 New York 37, Boston 30 which held the favored Buckeyes . to a 7-7 tie. Last week, TCU upset Kansas 17-16, and now challenges Texas for Southwest Conference supremacy. Those two don't meet till late in November. ' Rice, another of the so-called SWC elite, ran right into Georgia Tech's up-and-coming buzzsaw that mowed 'em down 24-0 while ; are to ° man - v lawyers on the Shoemaker each scored j twice as Pomona thumped Scran-! Lie «*™'—Iton. 31-19. in an 8-man football; ! game here Saturday night. i Goracke and Shoemaker each' scored once on pass plays and; once on runs, with Shoemaker i /VD . T . . i adding an extra point to tafcei <AP) - Jimmie; scoring honors Jim Burgoon a]so j | scored once for the winners. j Richard Wilson of Scranton ran - — e o s ;t. r Dounmj—l High 10-30 — C. Downing. Sunday's Results New York 1, Boston 0 Detroit 8, Minnesota 3 Kansas City 3, Washington 2 Cleveland 8, Los Angeles 5 Only games scheduled Saturday's Results i Los Angeles 11. Cleveland 6 ! New York 3. Boston 1 Baltimore 4. Chicago 3 Detroit 6 Minnesota 4 (5 in- ninjrs. rain) , Washington 5, Kansas City 4 National League i W. L. Pet G.B. \ x-Cincinnati .. 93 61 .604 — ! 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