The Times Recorder from Zanesville, Ohio on September 3, 1968 · 19
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1968 THE TIMES KECOKDEK. ZAAESV1LLE, OHIO fAbii 7 li SECUOX Split With A's GardMals Md Reels 10 Tigers , OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI)-Bill vrpphan' twn.nnt hnmpr In tho 10th Inning lifted Detroit to a 4 3 victory in the nightcap of a long holiday doubleheader Hon- day after Jim Nash had pitched the Oakland A's to a four-hit 4-0 : Freehan'j homer was served up by Diego Segul, the last of six Oakland pitchers. It was the first earned run off Segul in Damascus Romps At Aqueduct NEW YORK (UPl)-13amas- cus breezed to the front in the stretch at Aqueduct Monday to win the (108,200 Aqueduct Stakes by a length and one-half and zoom to sixth place in the list of leading money winners With Braulto Baeza in the saddle, Damascus easily over took the leading More Scents in the last eighth of a mile to haul down a winner's purse of $70,330 and raise his lifetime winnings to 1,130,760. Victory carried him ahead of citation in the standings witn Kelso ($1,977,896), Round Table (f 1,749,869), Buckpasser ($1,462,014), Nashua ($1,288,563), and Carry Back ($1,241,165) still ahead of him. , , . More Scents, with . Angel Cordero riding, easily- took second place. It was eight lengths back to third place Fort Drum, Spoon Bait was fourth, three additional lengths behind. Ring Twice and Out Of The Way completed the small field of six in the 56th running of the race. mm a... (3 TOB - m m m rry-.M.f. at, am IS:- LESS MONEY MORRISON; Colltag-4tac, Im. , IT Raata Sr St. " ' Ph. 45M7II 24 2-3 innings of relief going back to v Aug. 3 and saddled Segui with his third loss in eight decisions.1. . . j-. The split kept the ", front-running Tigers seven games ahead of second place Baltimore and . reduced Detroit's magic number for clinching the American League pennant to 17. Singles by Bert Campaneris, Reggie ,. Jackson and Danny Cater enabled the A's to tie the score at 3-3 In the eighth inning of the second game. The A's jumped to a 1-0 lead in the first inning on a double! by Camoaneris and a single by Cater. But. the Tigers moved ahead 2-1 in the third on a single by Joe Sparma, who went to second when Jackson booted the ball in right field, a double by Dick McAuliffe and a single by Jim Northrup. -y. It became 3-1 in the fourth when relief pitcher Warren Bogle walked McAuliffe, with one out and the bases loaded. Pat Dobson pitched two innings of shutout relief to gain the victory and improve his record to 4-5. . , In the opener, Nash struck out 10 batters and walked only one to even his record at 11-11. He was in trouble only once In the fifth when the Tigers loaded the bases but got out of, tVm frama hv ctrilrinrr nut I starting and losing pitcher Mickey Lolich . (13-9) and retiring . McAuliffe on , a ; foul popup. v" ' '' ( ' , . The A's gave Nash a three-run margin in their half of the fifth on a single by Joe Rudi, a walk to John Donaldson, a double by Campaneris . and a two-run single by Cater, 1 Orioles Edge Yankees 4-3 Alter Losing 4-2 BALTIMORE (UPI)-Frank Robinson's home run with one out in the 10th inning gave the Baltimore Orioles a 4-3 victory Monday night after, the New York Yankees won the first game of the doubleheader 4-2 as Mel Stottlemyre won his ISth game of the season. Robinson's homer,, his 14th of the year, handed Linday McDa- niel his first American League loss after two victories. The winner was Moe Drabowsky, 3-4, the fifth pitcher used by the Orioles in the game, He pitched the final inning.- ( T; e ' ' Baltimore opened its scoring in the nightcap with a run in the second inning when Boog Powell doubled and scored on a one-out single by Paul Blair. The Orioles added two in the fifth when Merv Rettenmund hit his second homer of the season with one on to give the Orioles a 3-0 lead against Steve Barber. Roger Nelson, who blanked the Yankees on four hits over the first six innings, ran into control problems in the seventh and loaded the bases with none out with two walks following a single by Rocky Colavito. a Gene Brabender replaced Nelson and got one out on a force out at the plate and then retired Dick Howser on a popup. But Bobby Cox rolled a two-run ; single through j the middle bringing in Pete Richert, who walked Joe . Pepitone and Roy White to force in the tying run before Eddie Watt struck out Andy Kosco ' to end the inning. , . - i , In the opener the Yankees got all their : hits 'and runs in the third, inning ! off loser Dave Leonhard, ' 6-7. A ' .single by Horace Clarke and a double by Mickey Mantle produced the first run - and White hit a blooping single to center on which Mantle could, not . advance. A ? ground wit by Pepitone ? and an Intentional walk to .Tom Tresh set ' the stage for Bill Robinson's bases-loaded two run single. A fourth run scored on Mark Belanger's throwing error on Stottlemyre'i grounder. ; ' ' , ' : Stottlemyre, 18-11, gave up a run in the fourth on Powell's 21st homer of the year and then surrenderee back-to-back sin gles to Don Buford and Rettenmund. ' leading off the sixth. ' ' '''A .-'...:VM:';.1 ''-.' 'jl t ("' ' '' 'i1' i ;'. -.V.-ti I j'-'i " fill l':' I I I :. I i I ! fcnf mw wan iiw imniwugaiiiitiimBwni CINCINNATI (UPI) Bob Gibson pitched a four hitter for his 12th shutout and 20th victory of the. season Monday night as the St. Louis Cardinals edged out the Cincinnati Reds 1-0 on Julian Javier's lOth-inning homer off Ted Abernathy. Javier's homer, his third of the season, came on the second pitch made by Abernathy, who took over after Gary Nolan was forced from the mound with a pulled achilles tendon below the right ankle after blanking the Cards the first nine innings. The 20-year-old Nolan dueled on even terms with Gibson through the first nine, allowing just five hits while striking out eight and walking two. Leo Cardenas' third inning single and another by Tony Perez in the fourth inning were' the first two base hits off Gibson, who went the route for the 24th time this season. ! The Cardinal righthander didn t allow another hit until Tommy Helms hit a pop fly single with two out in the 10th. Pinch-hitter Mack Jones followed with another single but Fred Whitfield batted for Abernathy and flied out to end the game. Marichal Wins 24th As Giants Top Cubs Senators In First Sivcep,Dump White Sox WASHINGTON (UPI) The Washington Senators won their first doubleheader of the season Monday sweeping the Chicago White Sox 1-0 on Jim Hannan's four-hitter and 11-3 behind the slugging of Frank Howard and Brant Alyea. - Howard hit a triple, double and two singles to drive in two runs while Alyea had a homer, a double and a single and drove in three runs. , The Senators, took a quick lead In the night cap with a pair of first-innings runs. Del Vnser, who had also bad three hits, led off with a triple and trotted home on a wild pitch. Then with an over-shift to left field, Howard doubled to right and scored on Mike Epstein's single. In the fourth inning, Howard again crossed up the shift with a triple to right field that drove in two runs and chased loser Bob Priddy. Alyea greeted reliever Dan Lazar with a two-run homer and pitcher Barry - Moore's bases loaded sacrifice fly brought in the fifth run of the inning to put Washington ahead 7-0. Iua4lyl Bawtal RIU Br Valtrt Prra buraattaMl Amwieu Lraiu nrtreit t Btitimora 1 Bwtoa T wuhinitoa 4 New Yorfc Clvflm 1 . Chictia I Mlniwtota 4 Oakland I California I Nodosal Laaiua . St. Louli New York J (II ftlni.) loa Antl San Francitea 1 Atlanta t Pittibtirah I (II tnni.) , Philadelphia 4 Cincinnati I Chicago Houitoa , ( THE EMLL by SEBAGO-MOC ' J BLACK CHERRY JV jtfV xy f BURNISHED J?y ' 1 BRONZE y N ?y; a" ' The beefy, hand-sewn look Is In" and we have it now. This classic moc sports a GENUINE HAND-SEWN BEEF-ROLL and Sebago-Moc's ex. . elusive Patented Welt Construction for greater comfort and longer wear. Come In and try on a pair today. Available In siz 6ft to 14 Boyt'aiza3to . ' Others Priced Frem9.95 Blazer's Zanaivilla'a Fintit SHOISTORI ZANt PLAZA SHOPPING CINTER, MAYSVIILI PIKI Plenty Fr Parking Opan Daily 10 A.M.to 9 P.M. The Senators added four more runs in the- sixth with Alyea doubling in one and Bernie Allen's bases loaded single produced two more. . Moore, with help from Dick Bosman picked up his second victory of the year against five losses. , In the opener, Hannan achieved his first shutout of the year and his sixth victory in his last 1 seven decisions, boosting his record to 9-3. ,( :' ' The Senators won with an unearned run off loser Joel Horlen in the fifth inning. Unser was sare. on uus Apancio s error and singles by Howard and Alyea scored bim. Kaat9 Tivins Stop Bosox ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS (UPI)-Jim Kaat stopped Boston on three hits Monday night and Rich Rollins hit a three-run homer in the third inning as the Browiis Send McNeil To 49crs Team CLEVELAND (UPI) - The Cleveland Browns Monday an nounced the trade of flanker Cliff McNeil to the San Francisco 49ers for an undisclosed high draft -choice. ( The Browns also asked waivers on three other players in the process of trimming their roster to the required 4J men by Tuesday Those dropped from the lineup were: Defensive end Gene Jackson of the university of Texas at El Paso, a member of the Browns' cab squad last year: defensive halfback Tom Schoen of Notre Dame and linebacker Tom Beutler of the University of Toledo. Browns . officials said ' the names of three more players to be dropped from , the squad would be announced Tuesday. McNeil was with Cleveland for five years. " " Minnesota Twins downed the Red Sox 5-1. Kaat, 10-12, struck out 11 and walked - two -in- pitching his eighth complete game. The only Boston run came on Russ Gibson's third homer of the season in the fifth inning, The only other hits off Kaat were a single by Mike Andrews in the third snd a double by Joe Foy m the sixth. Andrews was out trying to steal second ana Foy was out trying to stretch his hit into a triple. Kaat led off the third by drawing a ; walk off Juan Pizarro, 6-8. With one out, Rich Reese singled before Rollins hit his sixth homer into the left field stands. . y . The Twins added a run in the fifth off reliever Gary Waslew- ski when Cesar Tovar walked, stole second and scored on Reese's single. ; Minnesota's . final run - was scored in the eighth against Jerry Stephenson. BULLETIN PHILADELPHIA ' (UPI) Doug Clemens drove in two runs and scored the winning tally on pinch hitter Don Lock's sixth inning single Monday night as the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the ; Los . Angeles Dodgers 5-4 in the first game of a ' twi ' night doubleheader Monday night. Brcho and Frcnt Bnd Cfcaak taky to aaator ajUai : fat tmU nm Oaaa aaA l PMtUll. i Cam S ALL ' THIS ' Cnt trlni Yew Car Ta TIm Ixywli . Tksst Cc!I far Aelslmtit .'.q:,:js a sito FKC! 432-196. LiX: AVI a AT IEE Opta 7 a.m. te 6 p.m. anafl 1 DICK QUINN Dick Quinn Wins Third ZCC Crown Steadv Dick Quinn fired 23 holes of near perfect golf Sunday to score a 7-and-tt victory over young Jeff Blancett and win his third Zanesville Country Club golf championship. Quinn, playing in the finals for the sixth straight year, bogeyed only one hole and was foun nnder par for the 28 boles it took him to dispose of his 19' year-old opponent. ." His only bogey came on the sixth hole of the morning 18 holes and the two finalists were even in match play after the first 18 with even par scores of 72. Blancett had three birdies and three bogeys on the morn ihg round and Quinn birdied No. 2 to make up for his only bogey 1 But Blancett appeared to wilt on the first hole of the after noon 18. He scrambled to fine pars on both holes, but Quinn hit both greens In regulation for pars. On No. 3, Blancetrs second shot landed in heavy rough at the base of a tree and the youngster bogeyed the hole while Quinn won it with a par. Quinn then canned a 25-foot birdie putt on four to go two un and his tee shot on the 210 yard fourth hole stopped six feet from the pin. Another birdie and Quinn went three up. The eventual champion then won the sixth hole with a par. The pair halved the next two holes, but Quinn won the ninth with a par to go two up at the turn. Both scrambled for pan on the 10th hole, . but sparkling birdie putts on both 11 and 12 allowed Quinn to wrap up the match. Blancett wound up five - over par for the afternoon 12 holes. It was the long . hitting Blancett's best . ever showing in championship . flight as he eliminated two former champions, his father Don Blancett in the quarter - finals; and Sam Zoller in the semi finals, before running into Quinn. - CHICAGO (UPI) Juan Marichal chalked up his 24th victory Monday ' as the San Francisco Giants topped the Chicago Cubs 8-4 before the second game of. the doublehead er was halted by darkness after nine innings with the score! tied 1-1. In the second game, the Cubs had the winning run on third in the ninth with none out after Randy Hundley tripled with none out. But Dick Nen bounced out Willie Smith was walked intentionally, Don Kessinger hit into a fielder's choice and Glenn Beckert flied out to end the inning. The umpires then decided to , call . the game because of darkness. -The game will be replayed in its entirely as part of a doubleheader on Wednesday. The Giants got their run off Cub starter Gary Ross on Jesus Alou's single and Jack Hiatt's double. The Cubs tied it in the sixth on Billy Williams' 23rd homer of the season off Giant starter Bob Bolin. The Giants' ace, who has lost seven games, continued his mastery over the Cubs with his 16th career victory over them in 21 decisions. Marichal has beaten the Cubs five straight times, including three games this season. Jay Alou and Jim Ray Hart were the hitting stars for the Giants, collecting seven of the team's 17 hits. Alou, who hit safely in his first four trips to the plate, drove in four runs while Hart had two doubles and a single, scored two runs and drove in one. The Giants scored twice in the second off Ken Holtzman when Alou doubled home Willie McCovey, who had walked, and Hart, who had doubled. After the Cubs put together three straight singles for a run in the fourth, the Giants scored three more runs in the fifth with five singles and a walk. The Giants scored three more runs in the seventh off reliever Chuck Hartenstein with two runs scoring on Jack Hiatt's fourth homer of the year. Holtzman was tagged with his 11th loss against nine victories. . The Cardinals put men on base in each of the first five innings but only one of the runners reached third. He was Curt Flood, who tripled with two out in the fifth but was stranded when Roger , Maris struck out. The 10 scoreless . innings lowered Gibson's earned run average to 0.99. The loss was Abernathy'f fourth against nine victories. Aa BASEBALL STANDINGS Pirates Stveep Pair From Astros 6-1, 4-3 PITTSBURGH (UPI)-Chris Cannizzaro singled home Bill Mazeroskl from third ' base with one out in the 10th inning to give the Pittsburgh Pirates a 4-3 victory over the Houston Astros and a sweep of their morning-afternoon doubleheader Monday. The Pirates won the first game 6-1 on Bob Veale's three-hitter. " Mazeroski lined a single to center which got by Jim Wynn for a two base error, enabling Mazeroski to go to third. With the infield drawn in, Cannizzaro lined a single to right off Jim Ray. 2-3, the fifth Houston pitcher. . Bruce Dal Canton went the final two innings for Pittsburgh to gain his first victory of the season. . . - Houston tied the game 3-3 in the eighth inning when . Rusty Staub single in two runs after John Bateman and Jose Herre- ra both ; singles and Denis Menke sacrificed. The Pirates first three runs came in the seventh inning. Jerry May singled, pitcher Bob Moose sacrificed and Maury Wills singled in a run. After Jose Pagan singled and Wills Atlanta Stops Mets 3-1 NEW YORK (UPI) Mike Lum's two-run homer, in the fifth Inning enabled the Atlanta Braves to defeat the New York Mets 3-1 Monday before the second game of the doublehead er was halted by rain with the score tied at 2-2 in the seventh innings. The Braves tied the score in the fifth Inning of the nightcap when Hank Aaron doubled, took third on an infield out and tallied on Tito Francona's sacrifice fly; Bob Tillman homered in the second inning to give the Braves a 1-4 lead but the Mets went ahead 2-1 in their half of the frame on Cleon forceout, Sonny Jackson's error. a walk and J.C. Martin's triple, f The rained out contest will be replayed in its entirely Tuesday night as part of a twl-night doubleheader. The game was Pair Shares .; , Jaycee Honors Jack 'Tenwinkle and John Lich shared first place in the, Labor Day blind handicap tourney at Javcee Golf Course with net totals of 59. Dan Kreis was medalist for the day with 70 while Andy Evec had a 72. Third in the handicap tourney was P. Jones with 61 while Dale Matchett had. 62 . and Gerald Young 63. - Kreis also had long drive on No. 4 Jerry Nolder was closest to the pin on No. 6 Steve Motil on eight, Stanley. Robb on 12 and Mae McMillan was closest on No. 17. -. . 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Wolf. 4.M. SIXTH (I) Tricky'a Sea. J. decern, lie. 4.W7J.W: ( Chief Sock-Ea R. Parteraon. It 44. 44: (II Bua For Judge. I. Rini. 1744 PrrfeMa 44 mmii 1WJI SEVENTH (1) Sea of Oraee, F. Altar. 10 14, . 1 Mt (T Hoke Foka, w. Sou art. i.w, j.n; (4) nJirqr wbui. , rnadaj i called after a 89-minute-delay with the Braves battling in the top of the seventh. ; j ; Lum's two-out homer came after Bob Johnson walked and just cleared the 371-foot sign in left center off Jerry Koosman, It was Lum's third homer of the season. . The Braves added a run in the eighth inning when shortstop Al Weis let Felix Millan's bouncer go through his legs on a play scored as a single and an error. Miilan scored from second on Joe Torre's single following an intentional walk to Hank Aaron. . Stone, who yielded the Mets' run when Cleon Jones hit his 14th homer of the season in the sixth inning, was relieved by Cecil Upshaw after Tommie Agee doubled and Phil Linz flied out in the eighth. Upshaw allowed only one hit the rest of the way. and Pagan .worked a double steel, Matty Alou doubled in two runs. The first Houston run came in the fourth on Doug Rader's sacrifice fly. , Staub's sixth homer leading off the seventh inning of the first game spoiled a no-hit bid by Veale, 11-13. Donn Clendenon and Manny Mota singled ahead of Pagan's two-run double in the second. v....' Clendenon tripled home three runs in the fifth behind Veale's single, ; an . error and an intentional walk to Roberto Clemente. Mazeroski doubled home Clendenon. Later. King Advance In VS. Tennis , FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (UPI) Rod Laver of Australia and Billie Jean King of Long Beach, Calif., the king and queen of Wimbledon and the top seeded players in their divisions, Monday scored straight set triumphs in the third round of the 1100,000 . U.S. Open tennis championships. Laver crushed 47-year-old Pancho Segura, the two-fisted pro from Ecuador, 6-2, 6-1, 6-1, after Mrs. King overcame some stubborn resistance from un seeded Denise Carter of Los Altos, Calif., 8-6, 64. Laver was Joined In the fourth round by American Davis Cup stars Arthur Ashe and Clark Graebner and r three other Australian professionals Tony Roche, Ken Rosewall and Roy Emerson." r , '- The magnetic Pancho Gonza lez, the 40-year old former king of the pros also qualified for the fourth round by whipping Aussie pro Mai Anderson 6-4, 6-4, 6-4, before an enthusiastic gallery on the center court. Touring pro NikU Pilic of Yugoslavia caused the only major stir by. toppling 12th seeded Charley Pasarell of Puerto Rico, the top ranking amateur in the U.S., 8-4, 9-7, 4- 6-4 as Pasarell committed 10 double faults and slammed his racquet . disgustedly to the ground on several occasions. Horton Team Wins At ZCC The team of Earl Horton, Vernon Pugh,' Emerson Fraunfelter and Maurice Lane won a two-hole playoff Monday to take top honors in the Labor Day pony tournament at Zanes ville Country Club after four teams wound up tied with net 59s. Second place went to the team of Dr. Gordon Gifford, Al Baker, Dr. Owen Phillips and Pat Kearney in a five-hole playoff with the team of Jim Hodges, Hank W i n k 1 e m a s , Barney Mauk and Ken Bolin. Fourth place went to the team of Lloyd Raake, John Hardesty, Jess Prewett and Clark Robinson. Don Blancett was medalist for the day with a 69 while Hodges shot a 71 and Raake and Dr. H. B. Kaufman each had 73. In other ZCC weekend action, Al Adornetto had an eagle two on the 310-yard second hole. I 171 By (Jailed Pre M Iateraatioaal National Liue Staadiagi (Night Gimel Not Included) ' W. U Fet Gl St. Louis 17 SI .IM Saa Fran 74 II .S41 12ft Cincinnati 'I 44 M 14 Chicago 71 .514 M Atlanta 71 I .544 ! Pittiburth 17 71 .411 pnua as 7i .wi a Houiton 4 71 .457 14 New York 71 .447 1S Ul Angeles U 77 .4M Moaday'i Results Pittsburgh Houiton 1, 1st Pittsburgh' 4 Houston J ,2nd. It tea Atlanta J New York 1, 1st Atlanta 1 New York 1, 2nd, Ut VA Innt, rain Saa Francisco ( Chicago 4, 1st Saa Francisco 1 Chics to 1, 2nd, tie, I inns, dkns Los Anielea at Philadelphia t, twl-night St Louis at Cincinnati, Bight Tuesday's Games t (All Tiatea EDT) Loa Anielea (Osteon 1-17) at Philadelphia (G. Jacksoa 1-4), night -Atlanta (Pappas 14-10) at New York (Seaver IM), Bight San Francisco (Perry 11-11) at Chlcagt) (Jenkins 11-12) St. Louis (Gibson lo-l) at Cincinnati (Nolan 02) light Houston (Dlerker 11-11) at Pittsburgh. (Ellis 1-4), night Wednesday's Games Los Angeles at Philadelphia. Bight , St. Louis at Cincinnati, Bight San Francisco at Chicago, 1 (Only Games Scnaauied) American league Standing! , (Night Games Not Included) W. L. Fet. G8 Detroit II 51 .621 .... Baltimore M 59 576 l4 Boston 74 IS .531 ut Cleveland 71 M .511 MV Oskiand :.v 71 .511 154 New York mm it Minnesota 17 71 California II 71 Chicaio i. ' 5 gl Washington 55 U Monday's Results Oakland 4 Detroit 4, 1st gam ' Detroit at Oakland, 2nd game - ' Washington 1 Chicaio I, 1st gam Washington 11 Chicago S. 2nd game , New York 4 Baltimore 2. 1st game Baltimore 4 New York t, tad game, II inns Minnesota I Boatoa 1, Bight Cleveland at California, sight . 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