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PAGE 4 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Thursday, October 1,1964 By 'FRED DOWN UP I Sports Writer The biggest blow in the most fantastic National League pennant race of all time may have been a 20-foot single. ' It was a trickling' bunt off the bat of 20-year-old rookie catcher Jerry May and when it stayed fair it brought home the run that gave the Pitttsburgh Pirates a 1-0, i6-inning Wednesday night victory over the Cincinnati Reds and boosted the St Louis Cardinals into sole possession of the lead. Earlier, the Cardinals continued their sensational drive toward their first flag since 1946 with an 8-5 victory that extended the forlon Philadelphia Phillies' losin gstreak to 10 games. ' As a result, the Cardinals and Reds go; into their final three games Of the season with the ', Redbirds enjoying a one- game lead and the advantage of playing out their season against the last-place New York Mets. The Reds have one game left 'with the Pirates and two with the Phillies. The Phillies, who; once owned that fat 616- game lead, now can do no better than tie for the flag. , Strikeout Record Set May's winning bunt came after Donn Clendenon opened the 16th I inning with a double and moved to third on Bill Mazeroski's sacrifice. It broke up a four-hour and 14-minute struggle in which a record 36 batters struck out. Pitttsburgh starter Bob Veale fanned 16 in 12.1-3 Innings and Cincinnati starter Jim Maloney struck out 13 in 11 innings. The Reds, who haven't scored in their ijast 33 innings, collected nine Kits but left 18 runners stranded,! including 13 in the last eight innings. They had j he'll occupy an honored place their biggest chance when they in the gallery of New York filled the bases with one out in I Yankee pennant heroes, the 13th but Al McBean relieved | Acquired from- the Cleveland Veale and retired the side. , Curt Simmons, who found a, new career "with the ( Cardinals after being cut loose by the Phillies in." I960, went eight innings for his 18th win of the season. The one-time ' $65,000 Philadelphia bonus left-hander has beaten his former teammates 16 times in 18 decisions as a Cardinal. The Cardinals • blitzed Jim (perfect game) Bunning in 3 1-3 innings and ran up an 8-0 lead in four frames. Key blows for the Cardinals .were a two-run homer by Tim McCarver, two doubles by Bill White and a double by Curt Flod. Fade? Quickly Simmons bad a no-hitter un-Richie Allen singled with two out in the seventh, then faded fast as the '• Cardinals .brought in Ron Taylor and then Gordon Richardson to hold off the late Philadelphia rallies. The San Francisco Giants nipped the Houston Colts 2-1, the Los Angeles ; Dodgers downed the. Chicago j Cubs 2-0 and the Milwaukee Braves tripped the New York Mets 6-5 in 12 innings in other NL action. Third-baseman Eddie Kasko's error on Jim Davenport's gounder enabled Tom'Haller to score the winning run for the Giants in the 11th inning and gave Jim Duffalo his fifth win; rookie John Purdon pitched a two-hitter fo rthe Dodgers to best Cub 23-game winner Larry Jackson and Dennis Menke led Minnesota drubbed Kansas City 6-1. / . i • off the'12th inning j with a homer that- gave rookie Clay Carroll the victory ! for the Brave's. Pedro Ramos isn't eligible to pitch in the World Series but Indians oh Sept. 6, th 29-year- old Cuban.has given .the Yankees the necessary-late-inning bullpen strength to move to the threshhoid of their fifth straight American League pennant and first under freshman .Manager Yogi Berra. \ • Ramos—who" joins a list .of late-season • acquisitions who helped the Yankees to pennants which also includes Johnny Mize, - Johnny Sain, Tom (Ferrick and Enos Slaughter to name only a few—has been credited with one victory and' seven saves" in 11 appearances. Ramos did his late-inning, act twice. Wednesday night when the Yankees cut their magic pennant-clinching number to two by defeating thej Detroit Tigers 7-6 and 11-8. They thus gained ground on both the idle Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles, who split their twi-night doubleheader with the Washington Senators. Can' Clinch Pennant The Yankees can clinch the pennant outright today by sweeping another doubleheader from the Tigers. Ramos shut out the Tigers ^for the last two innings of the first game to preserve aRlph Terry's seventh- win and then retired Gates Brown with two on and two out in the ninth inning of the second game to save Jim Boiiton's 18th triumph. Mickey Mantle and Joe Pepitone homered and Bobby Richardson had a two-run single to lead the Yankees' eight-hit attack in the opener. In the nightcap, Roger Maris and Elston Howard each had three hits and- knocked in three runs and Tom Tresh homered jn a 14- hit offensive. Jerry Adair and Jackie Brandt hit homers and rookie Wally Bunker struck out eight in a 10-hitter for 'his 19th win as the Orioles dealt Washing- j ton's Les Narum Bis 15th loss, Cleveland 3 Boston 0, 2nd in their opener. The Senators 1 Minnesota 6 Kansas City 1 came back with a 12-hit attack, including a homer by 'Willie KUdand and two hits each by Don Blasingame, Don Lock, Dick Phillips and Ed Brinkman, to give Claude Osfeen his 15th win in the nightcap. Mile Pappas, a 16-game-winner, suffered his seventh loss. Indians Win Two .The Cleveland Indians swept a doubleheader from the Boston Red Sox 5-0 and 3-0 and the Minnesota Twins beat the Kansas City Athletics 6-1 in other AL action. Luis Tiant pitched a four-hitter and Sam McDowell a seven- hitter for the Indians, who extended the Red Sox' string of consecutive scoreless innings to 27. Max Alvis, Leon Wagner and Fred Whitfield homered for the Indians, whose pitching staff set a new major league season record of 1,123 strikeouts. That topped the previous, mark of 1,122 set by the Los Angeles Dodgers in- the 154- game 1960 season. Jim Grant pitched a five-hit-' ter to win his 14th game behind an 11-hit Minnesota attack that included two hits each by Rich Rollins, Tony Oliva, Jimmie Hall and Earl Battey. Diego Segui suffered his 16th setback for the Athletics. New York 7 Det. 6, 1st, twi New York 11 Det. 8, 2nd, night Baltimore 8 Wash. 4, 1st, twi Washington 6 Bait. 3, 2nd, night (Only games scheduled) Thursday's Probable Pitchers Detroit at New York (2) — McLain (3-5) and Wickersham (19-8) vs. Sheldon (5-1) and Stottlemyre (9-2). Kansas City at Minnesota- Odom (1-2) vs. Pascual (14-11) Cleveland at Boston — John (2-9) vs. Wilson (11-12). Washington at Baltimore (night) — Stenhouse (2-7) vs Roberts (12-7. (Only games scheduled) Friday's Games Cleveland at New York, night Detroit at Baltimore, night Los Angeles at Minnesota Kansas City at Chi, 2, twi-night (Only games scheduled) National League W. L. Pet. GB Small College Poll Major League Standings American League W. L. Pet.. GB New York 97 60 .618 „ Chicago 94 64 .595 3V4 Baltimore 94 65 .591 4 Detroft 83 75 .525 1416 Los Angeles 80 79 .503 18 Minnesota 78 80 .494 19V* Cleveland. 78 80 .494 1916 Boston 69 90 .434 29 Washington . 62 97 .390 36 Kansas City 56 101 .357 41 Wednesday's Results Cleveland 5 Boston 0, 1st St. Louis , Cincinnati Philadelphia San Francisco Milwaukee Pittsburgh Los Angeles Chicago Houston ' New York 92 67 .579 . 91 68 .572 1 90 88 84 79 78 73 65 70 70 73 78 80 85 93 51 107 .563 2V6 .557 316 .535 7 ;503 12 .494 1316 .462 1816 .411 2616 .323 4016 Wednesday's Results San Francisco 2 Houston 1 Pittsburgh 1 Cincinnati 0, 16 in nings, night St. Louis 8 Phila. 5, night Los Ang. 2 Chicago 0, night Milwaukee 6 N.Y. 5, 12 innings, night Thursday's Probable Pitchers Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (night) — Cardwell (1-1) or Gibbon (10-7) vs. Purkey (11-9). Chicago at Los Angeles (night) — Koonce (2-0) vs. Drysdale (18-15). Houston at San Francisco — Zachary (0-0 vs. Marichal (20(Continued on page 8) waA mwsttolke& 1 abomt Inew ears '65 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan—with a roof line all it3 own. NEW YORK (UPI)—Defending small college football champion Delaware was off to another, good start this season by drawing 18 first place votes from the United Pess International board of coaches to retain its No. 1 ranking in the na tion. The Blue Hens went through an eight-game slafe with a perfect record in 1963 and began the new campaign with a 34-6 victory over Hofstra with the aid of 73 and 63-yard touchdown runs by Bill Hopkins. Delaware was awarded a total of 270 points in the first week's balloting,, compared - to 145 for No. 2 San Diego State which drew two first place votes. The Aztecs of San Diego have ripped past Pamona 53-8 and San Francisco State 54-0 in their first two encounters. Wittenberg, fifth in the final 1963 ratings, was voted into third-place on the basis of 2-0 record and one first place ballot. Montana State, named first by six coaches, drew enough votes for-fourth place. Florida A&M, which has yet to play a game, and East Carolina,. were tied for fifth. • I Northeast Oklahoma, JS' John's. (Minn.), Massachusetts, and Idaho State rounded out the top 10. Points are based on a system of 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 votes by the coaches from each of the seven geographical sections of the country in balloting for first through 10th places. Texas A&I, Southwest Texas State, Los Angeles State, Northern Michigan, Prairie View, Chattanooga, Lewis and Clark Lamar Tech, Omaha and Grambling make up the second 10 $t$eams' in the ratings. NEW YORK (UPI)—The first weekly United Press Interna tional small college football ratings for 1964 with first-place votes and won-lost records in parentheses: Team Points 1. Delaware (18) (1-0) 2. San Diego St (2) (2-0) 3. Wittenberg (1) (2-0) 4. Montana St (6) (3-0) 5. {tie) Fla A&M (1) (0-0) East Carolina (3-0) 7. N.E. Oklahoma (2-0) St John (Minn) (1) (1-0) 9. Massachusetts (1) (1-1) 10. Jdabo. St (2-0) .. The second 10 — 11, Texas A&I46; 12, Southwest Texas State 44; IS (tie) Los Angeles State (1) 34; Northern Michigan 34; 15, Prairie View 32; 16, Chattanooga (1) 30; 17, Lewis and Clark 27; 18 (tie) Lamar Tech (1) 26; Omaha 26; 20, Grambling (1) 24. Others receiving voles; Western State (Colo.) (1), Northern Illinois, Western Kentucky, East .Texas State, Gettysburg, Hofstra, Adams State, Long Beach State, Wofford, Louisiana! Tech, Southwest Missouri, Abilene Christian, South Dakota State, Indiana State, Maine, and Central Michigan. 270 145 142 131 97 97 96 74 73 54 It's '65's biggest, most beautiful change. Therms striking new styling. New length, width and lowness. A roomier new Body by- Fisher housing an interior that's a Icnockout-with richer looking fabrics, and new curved side windows. Also a " showpiece of an instrument panel with the look of walnut in the Impala series. And a more serene Jet-smooth ride that's rooted in a new Full Coil suspension system and Wide-Stance design. Fact is, if you overlook just one thing you can easily convince yourself you're onto a big expensive car here. And that one thing is its Chevrolet price. New Corvair Corsa Sport Coupe-tyith newMgher powered range of engines, There's never been anything like it from either Bide of the Atlantic. From the new top-of-the-line Corsa series to the Monzas and lowest priced-500's, there's new thin-line hardtop styling for all closed models! More length and width, more en^trance and shoulder room in all models/Dramatically new interiors. A flatter ride with a more solid feel stemming from a new independent suspension and wider wheel stance. And a higher powered range of engines - with up to 180 hp available in the Corsas. How sporty can a cir get? Your dealer's got the Corvair that'll show you. ' . 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IMrtrttDMd bv King rrodtew ffpMHratt Curt Simmons Net Angry With Phillies Advertise In The Tribune FAMOUS FOR CHINESE AND AMERICAN FOOD jBntonese Dinner Served All Ilann Specitl Price* on Chines*, American Food*, horn* or parties. AH orders freshly prepared China Clipper Restaurant KOKOMO W N. feaekeye GL 9-906t Monday to Thursday 11 A.M. to 1 AM. Friday and Saturday . 11 A.M. to 2 A.M. ST. LOUIS (UPI) — Southpaw Curt Simmons wanted it known today that he was- t mad anymore at his old Philadelphia club for dropping him like a hot potato some seasons back.' The 35-year-old Simmons all but eliminated the Phillies from the National League pennant hase with . an 8-5 victory Wednesday'night, his fourth win against the Phillies this season. Simmons was a Philadelphia castoff when the St. Louis Cardinals picked him up- "for. a song." I Simmons didn't look at his latest win against Philadelphia as "revenge." "Sure.'l wanted to- beat the. Phillies, but no more than I want to neat Cincinnati or anybody else," Simmons said in the clubhouse after he annexed the Cardinals eighth consecutive victory and inflicted the tenth defeat in a row on • his former mates. When the clubhouse questioning led to the old story of Simmons being cast adrift by the Phillies, Simmons ' said, "look, I said. "I that story's five years old ... I again. they let me go and I was mad at the time, but that was five years ago.". Simmons, who didn't allow a hit in 7 2-3 innings, said, "one thing about being through and coming back, though, it makes a guy appreciate it more." Although the Cardinals swept the three-game Philadelphia series, which'dropped the PMllies to third place, Keane said, '"the Phillies , can bounce back against Cincinnati." '"They're a good club"... a proud club ... they battled us all the way," Keane said. Philadelphia winds up its season against Cincinnati, and Philli'e Manager Gene Mauch said, "we'll give them (the Reds) our best bolt just as we always do .. if we can help ourselves, then we'll help the. Cardinals." Among the jubilant Cardinals in the clubhouse was Vice President Stan Musial, w h o was asked whether he would like to be in uniform for the pennant drive. ' No," the ex-Cardinal great don't want to play CALL T-V SICK? T-V DOCTORS FOR FAST FAST FAST SERVICE NOW WITH 2 GRADUATE TECHNICIANS 3 Day GUARANTEED SERVICE . 3 Day OR 50 PERCENT OFF* * Except when parts must be ordered OS 5-2250 1:00 to 8:00 P.M. OS 5-725 J A

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