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nJTana Evening ««!·«·, f.Jufy 2,1964. Indiana Clubs Lose In Minor County Action GAZETTE Pirates Drop Fourth Straight Roberto No* Happy-Clemente In Waner's Shadow By SANDY PAD WE Newspaper Enterprise Assn. NEW YORK --(NEA)--Probe deep enough, and the bitterness inside Roberto Clemente slowly erases the flamboyant, carefree outer image. "I am tired of playing in a shadow," the Pittsburgh Pirates' rightfielder says. "Everything I do they compare to Paul Waner. I am not Paul Waner s shadow. " I try not to let it bother me, but I get tired of the things some people say. "They call me a showboat because I make basket catches. They don't call Willie Mays a showboat, do they? They say I'm a hypochondriac, too. When I have trouble with my back, they say it's in my mind. "In Houston last year, right before the end of the season, I was still in the race for the batting title and Murtaugh (Danny) told me to do everything possible to win it. One time I was being intentionally walked and I swung at one of the pitches. Then I wasn't a team player any more. People said I was out for myself." The adverse criticism--from segments of the press and fans alike--puzzles the 29-year-old Puerto Rican It also hits his pride and with a person like Clemente this is a vulnerable point because he is regarded as the best rightfielder in the National League by his fellow players. The players elected him over Hank Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves for the starting spot in the ^ 19 64 All-Star game, an honor that means Clemente will be appearing in the classic for the fifth straight year. His lifetime batting average for nine seasons is .303, with his best year in 1961 when he led the league with .351. His fielding is just as strong, having won the Golden Glove award the past three seasons. So why all the criticism? "I think all these things are a myth about Roberto," Pirate pitcher Vern Law said. "It has to be that because he just isn't the kind of guy who would beg off anything unless he didn't feel well. He has played lots of times when he shouldn't have. "He is definitely one of the leaders on this club. He's been around a long time and he knows what he's talking about. A lot of times he talks about the other hitters in our clubhouse meetings. He's thinking about .something all the time. "He really is one of the better ballplayers I've seen since I've been around. He has all the essentials, ability, hustle and desire. That's why it's a bit hard to understand some of these things which have been said." Clemente doesn't understand them either, and although he tries to convey a "who cares" impression, he is hi a frustrating position. Usually, base hits serve as a good silencer of critics, saving how much he reminds them of Paul Waner. saying how much h reminds them of Paul Waner. That shadow is just a lot bigger than he expected. Giants Squeeze 2-1 Win SAN FRANCISCO (AP)--The Pittsburgh Pirates are finding the hospitality a bit on the rough side on their current tour of the West Coast. League-leading San Francisco edged the Bucs, 2-1, Wednesday afternoon, stretching the Pirates losing streak to four. It also pushed the third-place Bucs six and a half games off the pace. Hard throwing Bob Veale (7-6) suffered his first defeat in three decisions against the Giants. He gave up both runs before leaving after four innings with a blister on his pitching hand. His opponent, Juan Marichal, picked up the victory and became the first major league hurler to win 11 games this season. He's lost only three. Willie Mays, conducting a head-to-head contest with Pittsburgh's Roberto Clemente for league batting honors, smashed his 23rd homer in the first inning for the first San Francisco run. Mays, who walked three times, had only one official trip to the plate. He ended the contest with a .347 average. Clemente, leading the league with a .349 mark, collected two singles in four trips and drove in Pittsburgh's only run with an infield hit with the bases loaded in the fifth. Marichal ended the threat by striking out Willie Stargell and Jerry Lynch. The Giants took a 2-0 lead in the second inning on back-to- back doubles by Del Crandall and Jose Pagan. Both teams were slated to tangle again this afternoon. Danny Murtaugh sent young Steve Blass (3-4) against San Francisco's Bob Hendley (7-4). Rain Cancels Two Tilts Two games were played in the Minor County League last night and two other scheduled contests were rained out as both Indiana clubs went down to defeat. At the Fairgrounds, Aultman came from behind to whip Indiana West, 5-3, in a tilt that was called at the end of six innings because of darkness. MINOR COTJNTT LEAGUE Results Last Nljht Aultman 5. Indiana West 3 Fulton Run 11, Indiana East 8 Pitts. Alley.s Virdon.cf Clemente.r Stargell.l Lynch.lf Freese.s Mazrski,2 Pgliarni.c Veale.p Bailey ,ph Mota.ph Total Pittsburgh San Fran. B R H San Fran, 4 0 1 J. Alou j 4 0 1 Lanier,2 4 0 2 Mays.cf 4 0 1 Cepeda.l 3 0 1 Hart,3 4 0 0 Petersn.lf 4 1 1 Snider ,ph 3 0 1 Crandl.c 2 0 0 Pagan,s 1 0 0 Marichal.p 1 0 0 B R H 4 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 3 0 1 4 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 1 3 0 1 3 0 1 84 1 8 Total 000 010 110 000 2 8 2 7 000--1 OOx--2 NEW NINE OPENED -- Walter "Dave" Davis, pro at the VFW Country Club, cuts the tape to officially open the additional nine holes at the local course which are now ready for play. Construction began on the new nine last summer and were approved for play this week making the VFW course an 18-hole layout. Taking part in the ceremony with Davis is Bob Walker (left), chairman of the board, and Lisle Flickinger, Comander of the Post. (Gazette Photo by Sipos) West Lebanon Saltsburg Creekside Aultman Elderton Fulton Run Indiana East Indiana West W 13 10 L 1 3 8 7 7 7 13 13 Both Cop IHh Win Of Season-- Ridge Trips Koufax, Marichal Waging Ford City In Battle For Top Honors E--Lamer. IP--Pittsburgh 2. S a n Francisco 2. LOB--Pittsburgh 8, San Francisco 8. 2B -- Crandall. Pagan. JHR--Mays (23) 6--Lanier. W--Marichal 11-3. L--Veale 7-6. WP--Butters. PB--Pagliaronl. T-2:25. A--10,221. UCT, T-Birds Score Wins In LL Play McGilPs and UCT scored victories in Indiana Little League action at Herman Harris Field last night. In the opener the T-Birds downed McCreary Tire, 6-1, as Bill Shipley fired a one-hitter against the second - place McCreary club. McGill. who only had f o u r hits, scored five times in the last frame to win the decision. Ron Lengel and Barry Uhron teamed up to defeat Kiwanis in the nightcap, 12-1. Lengel allowed only t h r e e hits while Uhron smacked four hits including a pair of home runs. UCT garnered 12 safeties for the evening. Indiana Grid Team Meeting There will be a meeting of all Indiana High School football candidates at 7 p.m. this evening hi front of the junior high school. Two Steelers Sign Contract PITTSBURGH (AP)--Cen t e r Buzz Nutter and linebacker John Reger have returned signed contracts for the 1964 National Football League season, the Pittsburgh Steelers announced Tuesday. Two Tied In Bow Loop Apaches and Crow remained tied for the lead in the Penn-Indian Gun and Bow Club as they both won their matches t h i s week and remained even with 52 records. The Sioux are 4-3 and the Iroquois have yet to win in seven outings. J i m Rankin paced the Apaches over the Sioux with a 580 score. Al Walters fired a 606, which was high for t h e match, in leading the Crow over the Iroquois. High team honors went to the Crow with a 2774. APACHE SIOUX J. Rankin 580 S. Spence 571 By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Sandy Koufax just can't shake Juan Marichal. Or is it the other way around? Koufax had his greatest season in 1963, winning 25 games. And so did Marichal. Now Koufax, with seven straight victories, has hrought his victory total for this season to 11. And so Marichal. Marichal, the right-handed ace of the National League leading San Francisco Giants, got in a little earlier this time, becoming the majors' first 11-game winner in a 2-1 day game victory over Pittsburgh Wednesday. Koufax, the left-handed ace of the eight-place Los Angeles Dodgers, followed suit in a 3-2 Cookie Rojas, gave the Phillies and Dennis Bennett a 2-0 lead. But Bennett, 8-5, couldn't hold Ford City, 7-4. Elders Ridge is Legion Play FORD CITY -- In American Legion action here on Tuesday, Elders Ridge tallied five r u n s in the top of the sixth to down The Westerners parlayed five singles in the first frame to take a 3-0 lead that held up till the third when Aultman ralheij to knot the count. Then in the top of the f i f t Rich Getty singled and D o Burkett slammed his second double of the game to drive in Getty with what proved to be the winning run. Gordish was the winner and Bill Johnson suffered the loss for Indiana. At Fulton Run Zig Jamison's Indiana East squad rolled to a 6-1 lead before the host team used two five-run innings to down the East club, 11-8. Fulton Run batted around in the fifth when Gress singled and Brandon was hit by a pitch. Pearce got first on an interference call to load the sacks and Chubi singled home one run. Payson then walked to l o a the bases again then Dewey Stern drove in two markers with a single. Dale Thompson followed with another two-run single. Pearce picked up the win and Tom Koch was tagged with the loss. West Lebanon and Elderton will continue this evening in the bottom of the first at Elderton with West Lebanon leading, 5-0. Saltsburg and Creekside will resume their contest at Creekside with no score in the game. struck out 10 barters -- the fifth time this season he has accomplished that feat and the 56th time in his career. No. 10 this time was West Covington. No. 10 also was No. 1,600 of Koufax' career. Besides Koufax and Marichal, it. The Dodgers scored in the fifth on a walk, John Roseboro's single and a ground out, then pulled ahead with two runs in | the sixth on singles by Maury Wills, Willie Davis and Ron Fairly. Ron Santo hit his 14th and 15th homers and Billy Williams collected his 19th as the Cubs built a 5-1 lead going into the ninth against the Reds. Errors by Andre Rodgers and Ellsworth led to four unearned runs for Cincinnati in the ninth night game triumph over Philadelphia that dropped the second-place Phillies V/2 games behind the Giants. lIcGU! Shipley Previt* Da. Reed Cowoaki Lewis Di. Reed Da. Mau* McCurdy Bouton T Maus Hess Tot.l McGUl McCreary SO 11, BB 4. B E H McCrearj 1 1 1 Lloyd 3 1 1 Clawson 3 1 0 Valenti 3 1 1 Mabon 3 1 1 Adamson 3 0 0 Norby 2 0 0 Vndrneck 2 0 0 Poper 1 1 0 Bath 1 0 0 Anderson 0 0 0 B R H 1 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 K « 4 ToUl eoi J 005--6 001--1 'W--£hlpley. SO 4, BB 4. L--Valenti. 001 000 L. Smith J. Fairnian J. Gallo G. Smith Total CROW A. Walters D. Spence G. Misko E. Yanosick P. Shank 540 B. Barry 536 H. Wood 552 523 525 R. Mrhad, Sr. 491 519 Eioux Total 448 MM two other pitchers who will be on the National League All-Star team-- Chicago's Dick Ellsworth and Houston's Dick Farrell-went after victory No. 11. Neither got it. Pete Rose's homer in the 10th Neither had an easy time of i inning made Ellsworth a loser it. Marichal, 11-3 on the seasonjas Cincinnati edged the Cubs with a 2.38 earned run average, 6-5. Farrell was tagged hard, was touched for eight hits. Kou-,but escaped without a defeat as fax, 11-4 with a 1.S4 ERA, al-!the New York Mets pounded out lowed five, including a two-run'16 hits and whipped the Colts homer by John Callison that 8-6. provided the Phillies with a n i In the other NL game, Curt early lead. · Simmons won his ninth game as Koufax, however, had the St. Louis belted Milwaukee 6-1. (Read Gazette Classified Ads) | TOUI 560 J. Capi/zi 527 Iroquois 495 Iroquois M79 Total more impressive statistics, Marichal got all the support reaching still another plateau in he needed in the first two in- strikeouts while continuing his nings as Willie Mays cracked winning streak against the Phil-'his 23rd homer in the first in- lies, who have been unable to ning and the Giants scored beat the Dodger dandy since again in the second against Bob ept. 27, 1961. j Veale on consecutive doubles by Downing the Phillies for the,Del Crandall and Jose Pagan, eighth straight time, including! Callison's homer in the fourth : : .,7B last month's no-hitter, Koufax inning, following a triple by JROQUOIS 606 B. Fowler 513 586 M. Wannelt SIC Sept. 27, 1961. 46.1 418! --two scoring on Deron Johnson's triple--before Rose came up with two out in the 10th and tagged Ellsworth with his seventh loss. Farrell, 10-2, was trying for his first victory since June 14, but gave up nine hits and had to leave in the third inning. Ed Kranepool slapped a single, double and triple for the Mets, Larry Elliot collected a homer and two singles and John Stephenson stroked three singles. Walt Bond hit two homers ! S o for the Colts and Bob Aspromonte one. Simmons, 9-6, got all the support he needed from Julian Javier, who singled in the first run in the Cardinals' three-run second inning and hit a three- run homer in the third inning. The Braves spoiled Simmons' shutout bid in the ninth when Hank Aaron doubled and came around on a fly ball and an infield out. 2-6 in the loop. The Ridgers, leading 2-0, exploded for five tallies in the sixth to put the game out of reach. Ford City scored two in the sixth and two in the seventh but fell short in their bid to overhaul the visitors. Four singles and a hit batsman accounted for the winning margin. Askins was the winning pitcher for the Ridge, fanning jfour and walking two. Three Elders Ridge players have been selected to play in the American Legion All-Star game at Sharon on Friday at 6 p.m. Jim Zamberlan, B o b Rethi and Jack Yard w i l l play in the All-Star lineup. Palmer Takes Money Lead-Pros Feasting At Whitemarsh By RALPH BERNSTEIN i$12,000 earned for second in last|of runner-up Tony Lema, ad-1spectacular win in the Open. ;ociated Press Sports Writer week's Cleveland tourney, said'mitted he still was having trou- He's anxious to show that his Aultman B B H Ind. West B R IT Getty ,lf 3 2 1 Buchheit.s 4 0 Fenotti.cf 4 0 0 Waddell.3 3 1 McCrken.s 3 1 2 Midock.lf 2 0 Burkett.c 3 1 2 Repine.c 3 1 2 Hinton,3 3 0 1 Skinner.cf 2 1 1 Rellick.r 3 0 0 Raymond.2 3 0 Kunkel.l 3 0 1 Garhart.l 3 0 Rescente,2 2 1 0 B. Bden.r 3 0 Gordish.p 2 0 1 Johnson.p 1 0 n Hettrick.p 1 0 0 Smlth,2 2 0 0 R . Boden.lf 0 0 Total Aultman Indiana West 2B--Burkett 27 5 * Total 2« 3 7 003 020--5 300 000--6 2), Buchheit. W--Gordish, SO 4, BB 0. L--Johnson, SO 4, BB 1. Hettrick. SO 2, BB 2. Elders K. Bolo.s Mudrich,2 Zmbrlan.cf Yard.c Pliska,3 Velesig.r Rethi.lf Pastula.l Askins.p Total Elders Ridge Ford City B R H Ford City 4 2 1 Oresick.cf 4 1 1 Stoned 4 1 2 Yates.l 2 1 1 Bordlck.e 4 0 2 Buck.s 4 0 1 Blanlar,3 4 0 3 Stvason.lf 4 1 0 Cross.r 4 1 1 Miller.p B R R 4 1 1 4 0 2 2 1 1 4 1 2 4 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 1 2 0 1 3 0 0 34712 Total 101 005 000 002 £ 9 4 9 0--7 2-4 2B -- Rethi. 3B -- Stone. W--Aikins BB 2 L_Miiier, so 12, BB 2. Ind. East Dickle,2 Juart,s Koch.s Mancuso.l Bonarigo,p Stpletn.l£ Mock.cf Kleba.c Fuge.r Glkwski.p Lepley.ph B K H Fulton K. 3 2 1 Stern.cf 3 1 1 Baker.s 2 1 0 Thmpsn.2 3 2 2 Watersn.l 4 1 0 Gress.3 3 0 0 Brandon.lf 3 0 1 Pearce,p 1 0 0 Chubi ,c 2 0 0 Payson.p 3 1 2 Manich.r 1 0 0 B R n 4 3 X 3 0 0 4 1 .1 4 (1 0 4 2 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 Total 288 7 ToUl 27 11 11 Indiana East 320 110 1-- 8 Fulton Run 010 550 x--11 2B -- Gress, Brandon. 3B -- Juart, Mancuso. W--Pearce, SO 11. BB 0. L--Koch, SO 0, BB 3. Payson, SO 0. BB»2. Gulakowski, SO 1, BB 1. Bonar- ngo. SO 2, BB 1. Win By Forfeit First Ward won by forfeit over Third Ward in a game slated yesterday afternoon at the Fairgrounds. Associated WHITEMARSH, Pa. (AP)--If practice rounds were an indication of things to come, the touring golf pros headed by U.S. Open champ Ken Venturi, Mas- tourney he was amazed at how easy thejble with his new putter. He discourse played. "It played faster than I've ever seen it, almost unbelievable," Palmer said after posting COT D.tch B. Stossel K. Morh»d Uhron Xrisak Nlbert Lengel L. Stosnl 8il«flver Rile T. St«»«I D. Morbid B R n JtlwanlR 4 2 2 Bowman 4 0 0 Patersn 4 3 2 Stile* « 4 4 Gctt 4 1 1 Vinton 2 2 1 Ztziskl 3 0 1 Carlson 2 0 0 Shank 1 0 0 Haslnder 1 6 » Falrmaa 1 0 1 Kelly I C O Smith Simon B HIT ters winner Arnold Palmer and a 34-34--68. "I could have shot PGA king Jack Nicklaus are go-la 29 on the back nine if I didn't I. ing to slaughter par in the $125,-'miss three little putts and with carded the one he had been using for the past eight years Open triumph wasn't just one of those things. In all, 24 of the pros busted after poor putting cost him aipar Wednesday, with two-time chance to win the U.S. Open at 1 U.S. Open champion Julius Washington two weeks ago. ]Boros carding six birdies for a "There is a little yet to be de-^ix-under par 66. Nicklaus sired," Palmer said of his putt-jscored a 68 as did Dave Marr 1 0 0,000 Whitemarsh Open Golf Tour-a little 3 0 0 nament starting today. added. luck elsewhere," 2 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 3 1 1 To a man, the pros agreed that the sun-baked, 6,670-yard he er. "You have to get a feeling|and Don Fairfield, while Jack of confidence in it, more than Cupit, Juan (Chi Chi) Rodri- The 34-year-old Palmer predicted a score of 270 to 275 for par 36-36--72 Whitemarsh Val-'the 72 holes would win the tour- anything else. That takes a lit- guez. M'ke Souchak, Tommy tie time." I Bolt and Lionel Hebert joined o o j i e y Country Club course played nament he needed a 281 to cap- am and expressed satisfication at 70 and three at 71. oSo'shorter and easier than ever.'ture last year. The weather,with his game. The Open cham-| Six matched regulation Venturi shot a 69 in the pro-,Venturi at 69. There were seven fig- 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tetal UCT Kiwiott HR--B. Uhron « Vt K T«t»l 034 010 (2). W-R. 302--12 Six rough posed no problem forecast for continued tempera-pion feels he has a point to ures. and the greens held firm wasltures in the 90s and little likeli-'prove in winning the $24,000 Boros' the concensus after V/ednes- hood of rain seemed to bear,Whitemarsh first prize. The na- prize of 66 earned the first S500 in the pro-am day's pro-amateur fun-fest. 'him out. 'tive of San Francisco failed to event. Fairfield, Marr, Palmer Marion Center Scores 9-8 Win MARION CENTER -- B i l l Work doubled home Griffith in the top of the eighth as Marion Center went into extra - innings before defeating Chambersville action on Tuesday evening. Chambersville had rallied to tie the score in the seventh and was thwarted by t w o Marion Center double plays in trying to run. Only Foster-Hard in Follows In Dad's Shoes By BOB GREEN NEW YORK (AP)--Billy Hardin is quite content to follow in his father's footsteps--only he wants to follow faster. Young Hardin, who won the 400 meter hurdle title at the National AAU track and field championships at New Bruns- 9-8, in a A I Softball League wick, N.J., last week, has two immediate goals. One, of course, is the Olympics. "The other is breaking Dad's world record on the same track that he ran on," the 22-year-old f»r Cm Ga«er,3 Work.s Houck.p Lentz.l Forsyth.W Mumau,2 McCrckn.r Bcnce Horncr.cf Mikesell Grifflth.c B R IT Ohmhrvlr B R n 3 0 2 Hnknson,2 S O I S 1 3 C. Hndcks.c 4 0 1 4 0 0 D. IInrcks,s 4 2 2 4 1 1 L. Hnrcks.p 4 3 2 3 2 2 Johnson ,3 4 2 2 Stiffler.I 0 0 0 Pauch.c 2 0 0 Hctrick.cf 2 0 0 Huller.r 2 0 0 v 4 3 4 4 1 2 4 I 2 Palmer, who regained the! Palmer, whose $61,651 for 1964, qualify last week for the fina^and Nicklaus each earned $350 ' lead in the PGA money list withjis little more than $1,000 aheadi36 holes at Cleveland after his)for a second place tie. score the winning j Louisiana State student said Wednesday. "I'd sure like that." His father is Gienn Hardin, a former world record holder for the 400 meter hurdles, the gold medalist in that event in the 1936 Olympics and the man, 4 1 2 ! B i l l y says, who is responsible J " J i f o r his son's victory in the AAU I meet and resulting spot in this week's Olympic trials. "Dad doesn't coach me any more," Billy said. "He doesn't come out to the field and work (Read Gazettt Classified Ads)'with me, but h« gives m* little Totals SS · 14 Marion Center Chambersville Total on 201 100 203 37*13 31--9 20-3 tips now and then. "For example, after the Compton Relays, Dad watched the films of the race and wrote me a nice, long letter pointing out a couple of things I was doing wrong. Like, 1 wasn't sprinting off the last hurdle. "That's probably the reason I won last week." And what's this about breaking his father's record? "Dad set the world record in Stockholm in 1934. We've got U.S. team going over, there ihis fall, and we'll be running on the same track Dad Ran on. I'd sure like to beat it." The elder Hardin set his record at 51.6, long since bettered. Billy ran a 50.1 Sunday in the AAU meet. His victory put him on the U.S. team that will face Russia's best in Los Angeles July 24-25, put him in the Olympic trial and almost certainly won him a place on the team that goes to Stockholm for a meet there Aug. 4. The current world mark is 49.2, I NEWSPAPER! ?WSPAPEPJ

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