The Post-Crescent from Appleton, Wisconsin on July 3, 1964 · 15
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Foxes Whip Clinton, 5-0 In Brawl-Marred Game .ill 7 A 1 Giants Retain 1 i-Game Lead With 6-5 Win Philadelphia Nips Los Angeles, 3-2; Reds Top Cubs, 7-0 BY MIKE RATHET Where has Warren's Wonder gone? For the ninth consecutive time Warren (The Wonder) Spahn. Milwaukee's 43-year-old pitching marvel, trudged from the mound Thursday after failing to finish what he started as the Braves lost to St. Louis 4-3. So, within hours, Milwaukee fans were forced to wonder whether the Braves were ready to hit the road and whether Spahn had reached the end of it. First came still another report that the Braves would be playing in Atlanta next year. And then Spahn went out to the mound against the Cardinals, looking for his first victory in a month and his first complete game since May 19. Instead, the winningest lefthander in major league history was knocked out in the seventh inning and tagged with his third straight loss. He now is bogged down with a 5-8 record and a staggering 4.89 earned run average. But what was most indicative of Spahn's problems was his continuing failure to register a complete game. The 13-time, 20-game winner, whose career record stands at 355 victories and 224 losses, holds a major league record for complete games, having led the National League in that department nine times. While Spahn's ineffectiveness Turn to Page 7, Col. 1 Cedar Rapids, Quad Cities Tied tor Lead Cedar Rapids and Quad Cities each recorded their third straight wins of second round play Thursday - night to share the Midwest League lead. Cedar Rapids trounced Deca V v. Jx ; Atlanta Official Says City Has Commitment Of Major League Team McHale Refuses to Say Unconditionally That Braves Will Stay in Milwaukee Petryshyn, King Combine for 2-Hitter; C-Sox Pilot Bacon And Umpire EllisSquare Off in the com- MILWAUKEE (AP)-Another report is making the rounds that the Milwaukee Braves will shift to Atlanta for the 1965 season. and club President John McHale has refused to sav uncon- Milwaukee Braves first baseman Gene Oliver slides under the tag of St. Louis shortstop Dick Groat with a double in the fourth inning of Thursday afternoon's game at County Stadium. Second base umpire Frank Secory watches as Groat puts a tag on Oliver's head. The Cardinals won, 4-3. (AP Wirephoto) Spahn Fails to Go Route for Ninth Time, Braves Lose, 4-3 Milwaukee to Open Set With Cubs Tonight with 269,886 for the same num ber of games last year. McHale said his use of the phrase "as long as we are welcome," means the Braves want to be able to operate in Milwau- BY JOHN L. PAL'STIAN jclose second to Clinton PMt-crtKtnt sports titr ifirst-half race, were in The Fox Cities Foxes and the mand most of the wav as thev Clinton C-Sox exploded some;SCored their first 1964 GoodJand pre-Fourth of July fireworks field win over the C-Sox in here Thursday night, and when three tries. The Foxes got to t h e pyrotechnics spectacular ;Norb Rodcers. who had Ditched was over, the Foxes held high a;a no-hit game a couple of weeks glossy, victory over me Midwest League's first-round champions. The 870 fans who witnessed ditionally that the Nationalise and compete with other in League team will remain Milwaukee next year McHale did repeat that "we're teams both at the box office and on the playing field. "That can't be determined un- going to stay in Milwaukee as til the season is over," he said. long as we are welcome." "The meat of the season July "To keep resurrecting this ' nd August-is still ahead of us. rumor is ridiculous," McHale i "w wnus continued Thursday night. "I do,anead f us " i iu:i, .... u... i. .i;.. At Atlanta. Arthur Mrmfcnm- i nu iiunn we imvc iu wiuiuuc - c.. ansu-prini thp samp nnpstinnserv, chairman of the stadium iu" r"" and have people draw possibly authority, said "We announced Bacon and Ellis Are Suspended MILWAUKEE (AP)- Warren Spahn, the 43-year-old left-hander counted on to hold the Mil waukee Braves pitching staff to gether for at least one more year, has failed for the ninth straight time to finish what he started. Even with the help of home runs by Rico Carty and Gene Oliver, Spahn couldn't get through the seventh inning as the Braves were defeated 4-3 Thursday by the St. Louis Cardinals. The loss left the Braves in seventh place, 11 games off the pace. Snahn has crnnp thp riistancp fair, 14-3 and Quad Cities edged in onlv three of his 17 starts. I ii i y i "v y 1 "JK vj r WVAP osT-Crescent Friday, July 3, 1 964 Page B5 Willie Smith Powers Angels to 10-6 Win Over Leading Orioles Dubuque, 2-1. In other games. Wisconsin Rapids staved off a late rally for a 5-4 win over Burlington; Quincy blanked Waterloo, 3-0 and Fox Cities stopped Clinton, 5-0. MIDWEST LEAGUE (AP) -Decatur 120 000 000 3 6 2 C. Rapids 560 201 00x-14 17 1 Brown, Quimby (2) and Francis; Mattiace and Garritson. W-Mattiace; L-Brown. Burlington 100 000 021-4 9 5 Wis. Rapids 200 000 300-5 6 1 Cagginio, Skane (8), Rodriguez (8) and Lachemann; Roberts and Sevcik. W-Roberts; L-Cagginio. HR: Wisconsin Rapids Lotz (1) one on; Burlington Lock-wood (8) none on, Lachemann (9) none on. Quad Cities 000 110 000-2 7 0 Dubuque 100 000 000-1 3 0 Geigle and Pena; Katusin and Gross, HR: Dubuque Baker (1) none one; Quad Cities Miller (4) none on. Quincy 000 000 111-3 10 1 W'loo 000 000 000-0 4 3 Mason and Gruwell; Thronton and Montgomery. HR: Quincy Pattin (7) none on. for the poorest record in his long career. And he has given up a dozen home runs, the highest figure among the Milwaukee hurlers. Lost Lead Twice The Braves lost the lead twice in bowing to the Cardinals for the second straight time. Spahn took the loss and is 5 and 8 for the season. The victory went to Cardinal starter Ray Sadecki, who is 9 and 6. But he needed help from rookie right - hander Bob Humphrey who didn't give up a hit in the last three innings. Sadecki fanned eight Braves before he was lifted for a pinch-batter in the seventh. It was in the seventh that the Cards pushed over the deciding runs and sent Spahn to the showers. Julian Javier, who had homered in the fourth, opened the seventh with a single, and aft er an out, scored on a pinch double by Charlie James. A sin gle by Carl Warwick, batting for Sadecki, finished Spahn. During an argument while Hank Fischer was moving to the mound, Braves Manager Bobby Turn to Page 6, Col. 8 Turn to Page 6, Col By Th AisscUImJ Pr? AMERICAN LEAGUt Won LMt Pel. Baltimort 47 New York 41 Minnesota 41 Boston 3 Detroit 34 Los AnoelM .... 36 Cleveland 33 Washington ... 31 Kansas City 30 THURSDAY'S RESULTS Minnesota IS. Boston f Yanks Nip A's In 15th Inning; Twins Maul Bosox BY MURRAY CHASS Willie Smith, baseball's new est Cinderella, hasn't turned into a pumpkin after all. Smith, who stepped off the pitchers' mound into a slugging outfielder's role, clouted a grand slam homer in the ninth inning that boosted the Los Angeles Angels to a 10-6 triumph over the American League-leading Baltimore Orioles Thursday night. Smith also belted a single and home run. two doubles and drove in two other runs as the Angels broke their five-game losing streak. The 25-year-old wizard, who didn't do much for the Angels with his pitching arm, won three consecutive games with his bat during the team's recent 11-game winning streak. Sudden Slump After the amazing outburst, though, Smith tailed off considerably, as if midnight had struck. Before Thursday's game he had only five hits in his last 27 times at bat. Worse, he man aged only two hits in 16 times at bat during the Angels' losing streak. The sudden slump dropped his average from a season's high of .340 to .286. Just as suddenly, though, Wil lie rediscovered his glass slip per, or bat, and shattered the Orioles. He popped out in the first inning, then: Doubled home the Angels' first run in the fourth; ignited a two-run rally with a leadoff single in the sixth; doubled across another run in the sev enth and connected off ace re liever Stu Miller with the bases j loaded in the ninth for his fourth wrong conclusions "This rumor, if you want to call it that, has gone round full circle. It started in St. Louis a year ago and now it's back there." Flat Yes or No However, when asked for a flat yes or no answer on whether the Braves would be in Mil waukee in 1965, McHale said, "I don't think I'm prepared to answer that in any way until the season is over. The Srjortine News said in St. Louis Thursday it had learned:" from an unimpeachable source that tne Braves would move to Atlanta in 1965. Sporting News publisher C.C. Johnson Spink said in a copy- riCntea StOrV mat no IOrmai Ne York 4. Kansas City, J. 1J Innlnos league meeting has been held eTX. but the Braves are sure the ninejOmy games scneouiad her clubs will approve the I oday-i ams move. An $18 million stadium, suitable for baseball and football, is being built in Atlanta. The National Football League St. Louis Cardinals reportedly are considering a move to Atlanta. Began Last Year Rumors of a move by the Braves, who shipped from Bos ton to Milwaukee in 1953, began last year as an attendance slump that began in 1958 con tinued. Before the season ended, the Braves' attendance showed a slight upturn over the previ ous year. And for the current season, the turnout has been 406,449 for 34 dates, compared His hit and RBI production Turn to Page 7, Col. 3 Midwest League Standings Upset Stomach Sidelines Mays 1 tehind! 77 W .597 3 2 .584 4 35 .SM 7 Ml 474 13 If 471 It 42 .4a? 13 I 39 .4M 13 47 .397 II j 4 .39 1 Baltimore New York t Boston Neither Clinton manager Don Bacon nor umpire Larry Ellis, the key figures in Thursday night's Goodland Field brawl, will be in uniform for tonight'i game. Midwest League President Walter .Wagner declared this morning that both have been suspended indefinitely. Wagner, who will make a final decision when he erts resorts Petryshyn Lewandowskl jrom umpires, managers and twice-delayed start other officials, (aid there likely of second round play saw ev-:Will be "some pretty good sus-erything they bargained for pensions" handed out because and a bit more. They saw of the incident. clutch, 2-hit pitching by starter pgo, for one run In the second, three in the fourth and one in Ed Petryshyn and reliever Henry King, brilliant defensive play, timely hitting and Goodland tne fifth. fields niggest orawi since tnej Perez Sineles jays tangled some five' yewLtSl? 1 "VI1 I " t, IV OLVUlIli KM IVi t (inib V . . . ,. . Rodgcrs' no-hit aspirations for A seventh-inning pushing and tne niRht. He completed the slugging match between Clinton circuit in one wdrd pIay Pere2 Manager Don Bacon and plate ;took second on a ed ba umpire Larry Ellis produced went to mr6 when the catcher uie unM:iiruuieu excitement 01 maH a harl Vim .J the night It brought blood and continued home on cen. streaming from Bacon s face, a ter fiber's errant peg. torn coat for Ellis and players; In the Foxes fourth. John Mat- frnm Kth 4iinmil nnnrina nntn' ' "A u. jE. . "t .::.las beat out a perfectly executed I I If 1 1 II M I lit I ,7 111 lilt " Chicago (Bunker 7-2), night Minnesota (Stigman 441 (Williams 1-1). night Los Angeles (Latman 14) (Monbouquette 3-7), night Cleveland (Donovan J-S) at (Talbor 2-0), night Washington (Daniels 5-4 and Stenhouse 0-3) at Detroit (Regan 3-7 and Rakow 3-4), I, twi-night SATURDAY'S OAMES Cleveland at Chicago Washington at Detroit Kansas City at Baltimore, fwi-light Minnesota at New York, 1 Los Angeles at Boston SUNDAY'S GAMIS Cleveland at Chicago, I Washington at Detroit, 1 Kansas City at Baltimore Minnesota at New York Los Angeles at Boston NATIONAL LIAOUK Won Lest Ret. Behind San Franclscet .,47 M Ml Philadelphia ..44 51 ,n !'j Cincinnati 40 34 .541 A"i Pittsburgh .... 3 34 .521 7V St. Louis 31 30 .500 T-i Chicago 35 3 .493 10 Milwaukee .... 36 39 .4M 11 Los Angelei .... 35 39 .473 11'n Houston 3 41 .4A 12 New Yorls 23 55 .295 25' THURSDAY'S RISULTS St. Louis 4 Milwaukee 1 San Francisco 4 Pittsburgh I Cincinnat 7, Chicago 0 Houston 7, New York 1 Philadelphia 3, Lot Angeles I TODAY'S OAMIS Chicago (Buhl 9-3) at Milwaukee ( Clon ing er 4-7), night New York (Fisher 54) at Lot Angeles (Drvsdale 0-7 . nioht had1 St- Louis (Gibson 4-5) t CtneinnaH . . I (Tsitourls 4-5). night inning Pittsburgh (Lew 4-41 at Houston (Bruee action. Order Restored With the help of several po licemen and Foxes Manager Bil- ly DeMars, in the role of peacemaker, order was finally restored and the game continued. It went on, however, without Bacon and C-Sox inficlder, Pat Rigby, who were ejected. Tonight, the ML's top two clubs of the first round square off again in what could be one of the highlights of the season. Two of the best pitchers in the league Foxes strikeout whiz Steve Caria (7-4) and Clinton's Virg DeGcorge (7-31 will battle it out in the finale of the 2-game series and of the Foxes' current home stand. The Foxes, who finished Macs Meet Fond du Lac LC-IC Klubbers Duel Saturday FOX RIVER VALLEY LEAGUE W L! W Freedom 1 O'Kaukauni Fond du Lac 1 0 Ostiknsh 0 LC-Kimberly 1 9 Manitowoc ( Menasha 1 t, Two Rivers ( Saturday Night's Game: Kaukauna at LC Kimberly. Sunday Afternoon's Gtmeii Manitowoc at Two Rivers. Freedom at Oshkosh. Fond du Lac at Menasha. A pair of unbeaten teams, ; Fond du Lac and Menasha clash i in Sunday afternoon's feature: game in the Fox River Valley! Baseball League. League action gets underway Saturday night when Little Chute - Kimberly, first round champion, entertains Kaukauna et the Kimberly diamond. Other Sunday afternooon contests will have Manitowoc at Two Rivers and Freedom will be at Oshkosh. Potent Hitting Fond du Lac came on strong late in the first round of play and unleashed a potent hitting attack while thumping Kaukauna, 19-8, last Sunday. The I Red Sox Huhhed four home runslbers will probably start Joe i! in that triumph. IDeBruin or Leigh Wachel. II Menasha also has imnroved! Wayne Kroll or Larry Hueb- and will probably have strong' (Second Round) Cedar Rapids Quad Cities FOX CITIES Wisconsin Rapitfs Clinton Decatur Waterloo Quincy Burlington Dubuque W Pet. 1.000 1.000 1.000 .447 .333 .333 .331 SB I .333 1 .000 I 1 .000 3 SAN FRANCISCO (API-Willie Mays became ill in the first inning of Thursday's game be tween San Francisco and Pitts burgh and was forced out of ac tion. The Giants' captain scored his team's first run on a dash trom tirst base when Willie McCovey doubled. Returning to the dugout, Mays suffered an upset stomach. Trainer Frank Bowman said s Louis at Cincinnati. n.gnt . ... , Pittsburgh at Houston, mgnt me niness aia noi appear serious. Jesus Alou replaced Mays in center field at the start of the second inning. 0-4). night Philadelphia (Cut 44) at San Francisco (Herbel 4-3). night SATURDAY'S OAMtS Chicago at Milwaukee Los Angeles, night Philadelphia at San Francises SUNDAY'S OAMEt Chicago at Milwaukee New York at Los Angeles St. Louis at Cincinnati Pittsburgh at Houston niqht Philadelphia at San Francises Legion League Twin Bill Set For Saturday The Appleton East and West Legion teams will combine in playing host in a doublehead-er at Goodland Field Saturday. East duels Marion in a Fox Valley Legion League Northern Division contest at 5 p.m. West and Winneconne will do battle at 8 p.m. in Southern Division play. East is tied for the runner-up spot in the North with Marion. Both have 5-2 records. West is 3-4, while Winneconne is winless in seven starts. Turn to Tage 7, Col. 2 Cotton Meets Thornton in TV Go Tonight NEW YORK (AP) - Eddie Cotton roamed the highways and the byways of the world for 18 years plying his trade in Canada, New Zealand, Finland, I'eru and Sweden before he finally got a shot in Madison Square Garden. Now the 38-year-old boxer is getting his third Garden main event in six months. Cotton, ranked No. 1 among the light heavyweight contend- a ers of champion Willie Pas- trano, will box Wayne Thornton, a 24-year-old blond body puncher from Stockton, Calif., in tonight's main event. They say the winner may get a snot at Pastrano in September. The champ has half agreed to such a match "unless someone comes along who can draw more money. Thornton made himself a reputation in three rough fights with Pastrano last year before Willie won the title. However, young Wayne has lost three of his last four and currently is rated No. 5 in the World Boxing Association ratings. The 10-round match will ba carried on network (ABC) television at 9 p.m. EST. It will be scored by rounds by a referee and two judges who will use a supplementary point system in case the rounds are even. armed Jim Meyer nurung against Fond du Lac. LC-K will have either Faye Mehlberg or Al Harke on the i 4 tr i il rriouna aga ns ruKauna mvw. ta second round play Cnfiirni, mrrVif nnwnA I V. n ITIiih ' oaiuiuajr uigiii, game, xnc jYiukr ner will start tor rreeaom against Oshkosh. Dave Reamer or Glen Miller will get the nod for Oshkosh. Manitowoc and Two Rivers will both be seeking their initial Last Night's Results: FOX CITIES S. Clinton 0. Cedar Rapids 14, Decatur I. Wisconsin Rapids J. Burlington 4, Ouad Cities J, Dubuque 1. Oulncy , Waterloo I. Tonight's Games: Clinton at FOX CITIES ( p.m.) Burlington at Wisconsin Rapids. Decatur at Cedar Rapids. Ouad Cities at Dubuque. Ouincy at Waterloo. Saturday's and Sunday's Gameti FOX CITIES at Burlington. Wisconsin Rapids at Clinton. Waterloo at Dunbuque. Ouad Cities at Decatur. Cedar Rapids at Quincy. r.., ffyf wv. wmw ,. :;7 I .' 1 X it- f I I Wayne Robinson Named Defensive Coach at Iowa IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) -Wayne Robinson, a former star football player at Minnesota and with Philadelphia of the Nation al Football League, was named defensive coach Thursday of the University of Iowa football team. Robinson, 35, replaces Jerry Hilgenberg, who resigned to take a position with the Univer sity of Iowa Foundation. Robinson played center and linebacker positions for Minnesota. He was named the team's most valuable player in 1950 and was the Gopher captain in 1951. After graduation, he was a linebacker for Philadelphia for five years. 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