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Koufax Wins 100th Game TUESDAY, JUNE 9, J964, Lake Chdfto American Pfess By The Associated Press Not this time, Sandy. Sandy Koufax, the Los Angeles Dodger left-hander who makes a habit of being stingy with base hits, took a swipe at a second straight no-hitter Monday night and for four innings of a 2-1 Dodger victory over Cincinnati, he had staticians scrambling for their record books. Koufax retired the first 12 Reds he faced but No. 13, Deron Johnson, broke the spell with a home run. With the pressure off, Koufax gave up three more hits en route to his 100th career victory. Sandy, whose third no-hitter came against Philadelphia last week, scored the tying run in the fifth when he forced Dick Tracewski who had walked, moved up on Maury Wills' single and scored on Willie Davis' hit. John Roseboro doubled home Tommy Davis with two out in the sixth to win it. The only pitcher ever to put BOXES NATIONAL MILWAUKEE N ' 9M HOUSTON , obrhbl abrhbl Alou cf-lf 5271 Spanaler If S 0 2 2 i Moye If 4 0 2 1 Fox ~2b 5 0 1 0 ' Cllne cf 0000 White cf 4 0 0 0 I Aaron rf 4112 Bond rf 4010 Torre c 4010 Aspro'nle 3b 4 0 1 0 Malliews 3b 4000 Roberts 1b 3130 Oliver Ib 4000 Batemon c 4011 Menke ss 4000 Kasko ss 3210 De laHoz 2b 2 0 0 0 Brown p 1000 aBollIng 2b 1110 bLorsen p 1000 Clonlnger p 3 1 1 0 cStaub 1000 Smith p 00 0 0 Hosft p 0000 Totals 35 S 8 4 Totals 35 310 3 o—Ron for De lo Hoz In 7fh; b—Struck out for Brown In 7th; c—Grounded Into force out for Larsen In 9th. Milwaukee 200010200—5 Houston 001 000002—3 E—Roberts, Bond. PO-A-Mllwaukee 2711, Houston 27-15. DP—Menke, De la Hoz and Oliver. LOB—Milwaukee 5, Houston ?B—Alou 2, Roberts 2. HR—Aaron. SB —Aaron, Spongier. S—Brown, Cloninger. IP H R ERBBSO xClonlnger, W, 4-S 8 92223 VSmllh 0 01110 Hoett 1 10010 Brown, L, 1-6 .... 7 7 5 J 1 0 Larsen 2 10001 x—Faced 2 men In 9lh; y—Faced 1 ttion In 91h. WP-Clonlnger 2. U-Vargo, Jackowskl, Crawford. T—2:42. A—9,057. Crawford. T—2:42. A—7,057. Night Game CINCINNATI LOS ANGELES ob r h bi ab r h bl , Harper If 4000 Wills ss 4 0 1 0 I Plnson cl 4000 Gllliom 3b 4000 Robinson rf 4 0 0 0 W. Dnvls cf 4 0 1 1 ! Johnson Ib 4121 Moon rf 3000! Cardenas ss 4000 Fairly Ib 1000 Edwards c 3 0 0 0 T. Dovls If 4 1 1 0 ' Boras 3b 3020 Parker lb-rt 2010 Klaus 2b 3000 Roseboro c 3021' Moloney p 2000 Trace'skl 2b 1 0 0 0 ; oRose 1000 Koufox p 31001 Henry p 0 0 0 0 i Totals 32 1 4 1 Totals 29 2 i 2 a—Grounded Into double play for MQ- loney In 6th. Cincinnati 000 010 000—1 Los Angeles 040011 OOx—? E—Tracewski, Gllllam. PO-A—Cincinnati 74-12, Los Angeles 27-9. DP — Wills, Tracewski and Fairly. LOB—Cincinnati 4, Los Angeles 6. 2B—Roseboro. HR—Johnson. IP H R ER BB SO Maloney, L/ 3-7 .. 7 62234 Henry 1 00001 Koufox, W, 7-4 ... 9 4 1 1 0 i U—Conlan, Verizon, Wever, Harvey. T— 2:12. A—32,439. AMERICAN Night Game LOS ANGELES CLEVELAND abrhbl abrhbl Pear'n rl-ct 5010 Hawser ss 4211 Salrlano Ib 4012 Davallllo cf 4120 4020 Wagner If 5000 Chonce rf 300 0 Whltfleld Ib 4 1 0 0 McMahon p 3120 Alvls 3h 1000 Brown 2b 0000 Arcue c 302 OSlrherl p together back-to-hack no-hitters was Johnny VanderMeer, who did it in 1938. And, interestingly, Vander- Meer hurled for the Reds and pitched his second no-hitter against the Dodgers. But, don't despair, Sandy. There's always next time. Elsewhere in Monday's abbreviated major league schedule, Milwaukee whipped Houston 5-3 as Hank Aaron tagged a two- run homer, Cleveland's Leon Wagner took the major league RBI lead with a two-run homer and a run-producing single as the Indians topped Los Angeles 6-3, Jim King smashed three home runs but Washington bowed to Kansas City 5-4 and Detroit outslugged Minnesota 10-5. The St. Louis at San Francisco National League afternoon game was rained out. Koufax, bringing his record to 7-4 with his third consecutive victory, also was touched for a ninth inning single by Johnson and two hits by Steve Boros. Boros beat out a bunt in the fifth and singled in the eighth. Besides trying for a second straight no-hitter, Koufax also was trying to set a record by striking out 10 or more batters in a single game for the 55th time in his career. The record or 54 is shared by Bob Feller and Rube Waddell.'Koufax, however, struck out only five. But there's always next time. Felipe Alou opened the Braves' first with a double. One out later, Aaron connected off Hal Brown, 1-6, and Milwaukee never trailed. Alou collected two doubles and Lee Maye also had two hits while Dave Roberts slammed two doubles and a single for the Colts. Tony Cloninger, 4-5, got the victory but needed ninth inning relief help when Houston pushed across two runs. King's three-homer salvo and a pinch-hit homer by Don Zimmer all came with the bases empty. That left the Senators one run short. The A's got a homer from Ed Charles in the first, then put it away with a four-run eighth inning uprising. Rocky Colavito 1 singled in two runs before George Alusik wrapped up the! rally with a two-run homer ! Moe Drabowsky got the victory ! his first since April 25, and snapped a seven-game losing; streak. ! Wagner, who brought his RBI total to 46, and Bob Chance hit back-to-back homers in the eighth after singles by Joe Azcue and Dick Howser around a sacrifica had provided the tying run for the Indians. Chance's homer was his fourth in fou games. HERE'S HOW, POP — Mike While, rookie outfielder for the Houston Colt .45s, displays his batting form, as his dad, Milwaukee coach Jo Jo White, looks on at Houston Monday night. While, currently hitting .367, is one of the surprise stars of the season. His mark ranks him second among National Leaguers and he needs only two more at bats to rank among the lop 10. The Colts, who lost lo Milwaukee last night, meet the Braves tonight, then take Wednesday off before starting a seven- day home stand against Cincinnati and St. Louis. (AP Wirepholo). Dark Rates Pitching High SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Pitching, says Manager Alvin Dark, is the major factor in his San Francisco Giants' lead in the National League and he sends the No. 1 man of his staff against the St. Louis Cardinals tonight. Right-hander Juan Marichal, with an 8-1 record and 2.32 earned-run average, opposes young Cardinal southpaw Ray Sadecki who is 5-4 and 4.IB. A slugging club the past few seasons, the Giants don't, go as strong for the big bomb" this campaign as they capture close ones — 10 triumphs by one run. "We gave up close to 30 home runs to get better defense and pitching," Dark declared Monday before the Giants-Cardinals game was rained out. "We're going with what we've got. "Depth of pitching is the big improvement. That's the big difference." A look at the list, shows what. Dark means. Even (hough Billy O'Dell's back trouble has sent his earned run average soaring to 7.31 so far. the staff has an average of 2.92. Veteran reliever Billv Pierce leads with 1.50 appearing in 17 2-3 innings. Ken MacKcnzie has been 1.70 for the 5 1-3 he's worked since being recalled from Tacoma. All the others have pitched 35 or more innings. Gaylord Perry has a 2.25 ERA, Bob Shnvv 2.30, Ron Herbel 2.80, Boh Bolin 3.20, Jack Sanford 3.30 and Bob Hencl- ley 3.34. The Giants traded the home run potential when they gave, up Felipe Ainu and Ed Bailey in the trade with the Braves that brought Shaw and Hendley. Compensating for (he pow- jcr, Shaw has been the relief | mainstay with a 5-3 record, j Hendley has been a starter and ihas a 4-4 mark. j More gratifying perhaps have | been the showings of Herbel and j Perry, both products of the | Giants bonus and farm systems and each 3-t. ; Dark continues (o look for his i ^hib to start hitting, explaining.! I "I keep thinking we're going to! bust out and score eight or nine j runs and bent somebody 8-2 or 9-2, but 1 don't know whon it. will ibe. It's a long time since it hap- jpened." i The last time, the Giants won by more than three runs was when they beat Pittsburgh 8-3 on May 22, Since then they've won three games by one run, four by two and one by three. '"MINORS" Monday 1 ! Minor League Baseball By The Atiociated Pre»» INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toronto 6, Atlanta 3 Buffalo 4, Jacksonville 3 Syracuse S, Columbus 2 Rochester S, Richmond 3 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Arkansas 5, Salt Laic- City 4 Seattle 3-3, Oallm 2-2 Oklahoma City at Portland, 2, postponed, rain Only names .scheduled. EASTERN LEAGUE Springfield 1.1-3, Elmlrn .1-1 Reacting 7, Wllllarmnort I, 10 Innlnal York 5, Charleston 4, 11 Innings SOUTHERN LEAGUE AshevWe 1, Knoxvllle S Charlotte 7-H Chattanooga 3-2 Columbus 5, Lvnchbura 2 Macon 5, Birmingham 2 Foote Provides Top Keg Score BASEBALL STANDINGS Son Francisco Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cincinnati SI. Louis .. Milwaukee Los Angeles Chicago . Houston New York NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Behind 30 19 .612 .27 19 .587 I'/J 27 23 .540 26 23 .531 26 25 .510 26 25 .510 25 26 .470 23 24 .489 23 30 .434 16 35 .314 3'/2 4 S 5 6 6 9 15 4123 3112 4020 0000 4000 3000 3120 I 0 0 0 Fregosl Torres 3b Rodgprs c Kirkn'ck II Perry cf P. Lee p Plrrvill ct Knoop ?b a\'l '>milh rl 2 I I I Ahprnolhy r> 0 0 n 6 Diiiiho n o n n n bA.smith n o o n n Tclnls .16 3 9 3 Totals 30 6 ID « n—Singled lor I olmon in 7th , b—Soc rlficfrf (or Abernarhy In Bin. Lot Angeles 000000300—3 Cleveland 000 002 MX—4 E — None. PO-A—Los Angeles 24', Cleveland 27-6. DP—Knoop, Ffetjosl and Satrlano. LOB—Los Angeles 12, Cleveland 3. 3B—Dovallllo. HR—Wagner, Chance. S —A. Smith. SP—Chance. IP H R ER BB SO I atman k S R. Lee. L, 1-3 ... 1 1-3 2 W. Smllh 1-3 2 Dullba 1-.1 1 Sicbert «l-3 7 Milwaukee 5, Houston 3, night Los Angeles 2, Cincinnati I. night St. Louis at San Francisco, postponed, rain Only games scheduled. TODAY'S GAMES St. Louis (Sadecki 5-4) at San Francisco (Marichal 8-1), night Chicago (Ellsworth 7-4 and Burdelte 1-0) at New York (Jackson 3-B and Cisco 3-5) 2, twi-nlght Milwaukee (Fischer 5-3 and Sadowskl 2-5 or Schneider 0-1) at Houston (Farrell 8-1 and Notlebart 0-7 or Owens 1-4) 2, twl-nlaht Pittsburgh (Blass 2-2 ad Gibbon 3-1) at Philadelphia (Short 3-3 and Culp 1-4) 2, twi-nlght Cincinnati (O'Toole 4-2) at Los Anqeles (Moeller 3-4), night WEDNESDAY'S GAMES' St. Louis at San Francisco, 2 Chicago at New York, night Cincinnati at Los Angeles, nlnhf Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, night Only games scheduled. Chicorjo Baltimore New York .. Cleveland Minnesota Boston .... Detroit Washington Los Angeles Kansas City AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost pet. Behind 29 14 .674 — 31 17 .644 Vj 25 19 .568 4Vi 20 .565 .549 .500 23 25 28 32 33 32 4Vj 7V> .417 II", .407 13/j .377 14 .347 15 HONOR ROLL Men 215 LINES: Frank Foole 377, John Trahan 246, GMrfiB Ackleson 233, Doc Cllne, 227, Pal Wilson 223, Mike Ooylo 220, Emery Frugo 215. 600 SERIES: Frank Footc, 654, Mtks Doyle, 608. WOMEN 185 LINES: Betty Chapman 217, Pally Hennlqan 21J, Lou Rose 213, Dot Pousson 2tO, Flo Istrc 193, Juno Miller 191, Lucille Dufrene 189, Darsle Derouen 188, Belty Chapman 187. 500 SERIES: Betty Chapman 591, Lou Rose 533, Anno Fontenot 553, Belly Chapman S43, Flo Isfre 523. Darsle Derouen 518, Polly Hennlgan 503. Frank Foote kcgged an outstanding 279 line in the Saturday Mixed Doubles league. His series score was also an evening high of 654. Foole left one pin standing in the third frame and missed in the twelfth frame for the fine game. John Trahan posted a 246 line in the Monday Nile Loafers league. Betty Chapman led the dis- taffers with a 217 line and a 591 series. Chapman bowls in the Saturday Mixed Doubles. SATURDAY MIXED DOUBLES Men's game: Frank Foote, Web Feet, Men's series: Foote, 654 Women's game: Belty Chapman, Chappie, 217. Women's series: Chapman, 591. i MONDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland f>, Los Angeles 3, night Kansas City 5, Washington 4, night • Detroit 10, Minnesota '5, night Only games scheduled. I TODAY'S GAMES Baltimore (McNally 4-3) at Chicago (PI zarro 6-2), night New York (Downing 2-1) at Boston (Wll son 4-2), night Los Angeles (Newman 3-2) at Cleveland (Donovan 2-2), night Kansas City (O'Donoahue 2-3 and Pflsler 0-1) at Washington (Narum 5-3 and Cheney 0-2), 2. twi-niahl Minnesota (Slangc 2-5) at Detroit (McLaln 0-0), night WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Baltimore al Chicago, night Minnesota at Detroit, night Los Angeles at Cleveland, 2, twi-night Kansas City at Washington, night New York at Boston, 2, day and night Team game: Web Feet, 406. Team series: Web Gocf, 1072. RECREATION JR-SR. Men's Game: Dwlght Anderson, Team Six, 200. Men's series: Stevs Glllesple, Team One, 567. Women's game: Cindy Proske, Team ! Five, 177. Women's series: Team Five, 465. Team flame: Team One 536. Team series: Team One, 1569. RECREATION BANTAMS Men's tjame: Larry Petroskl, Joe's 181. Men's series: Barry Petroskl, Joe's, 331. Women's gome: Suzanne Davis, Lady Bur)".. 144. Women's series: Davis. 244. 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Night Gam* KANSAS CITY WASHINGTON ob r 1 bl ab r h bl Coubey ss 4010 Blm'ame 2b 4020 Grfi-n 2b 5100 Kennedy 3b 5000 Charles 3b 5221 Hlnton It 5010 Colavllo rl 4112 King r( 4333 Tarlabull rf 0000 Phillips Ib 3000 Alusik Ib 4122 Brumley c 3000 402 OValenllne cf 2010 3.0 1 0block r.l 1000 Edwards c Woldk II Molhews ct 4110 Brlnkman ss 1010 Diabo'sky p 2000 cZlmntet aVVilllams OOOOOMeen p Wvall o 0000 Duik'orth Ridzik p dSkowron Total* 15 5 10 5 Totals VVvatl Du. k'orlh, L, 1-3 Rid.-ik R ER BBIO J 2 3 3 2213 MM 2000 i 0 0 0 0 0000 1000 32 4» 4 a—Wolkfd lor Drobowsky In 8lh; b— Struck out tor Valentine In 8th; c — Hom^ied lor Brinkmnn in 9th; d—Struck onl (or Rldzlk In 9th. Konioi City 100000040-5 Washington 010 001 01 1—Vi E — None. PO-A—Kama;, City 27-10. Washington 27-10. DP—DraboWiky, Green and Alusik; Orecn, Causey and Alusik. LOB—Kansas City 7, Washington 8 2B — Causey, Ilinlon, Charles, Bias- Ingame. HR—Charles, King (3), Alusik, Zimmer. &B—Valentine. S—'Osleen, Brinkman, Wyali. IP Drabowiky, W, 27 7 2 23 11-3. . x—filched lo one man in 8th. HBP—By Drabowskv. Valentine. WP— Drubowsky, RlcUlk U—Stevens, Valentine, Napp, Rice. T-2:36. A—3,765. MINNESOTA DETROIT ab r h bl , ob r h bl Versolles ss S 1 1 1 Werf 3b 4320 Rolilnj 3b S 0 2 2 Lumpe 2b 3100 Ollva rf S 0 0 0 Kaltne rf 4231 Allison Ib 3110 Dcmeter If 4234 Hall c< 400 OCash Ib, 4213 Killebrew If 4112 Frechan c 4010 Allen 2b 2220 Thomn;, cf 4022 Zim'rman c 2 0 0 0 MrAulille ss 4000 bOreen 1000 Wick'shom 03000 M' fnbe c 0000 Sherry o 1 0 0 0 ' Roland p 1 0 0 0 Shillrlt p 1000 Plcl! p 0000 oMmi.hrr 1 I) o n Datley D 0000 rPo^vor I 0 0 n AT"10 p 0000 Totals 3i f J i Totals U 10 12 10 a—Struck out lor PIcK in 'Ih. b-Stiuik out lor Zimmerman In Blli; c—Lined Inlo double play (or Daik-v In 8th Minnesota 002 100 no— s Detroit 201 020 03)1-10 t-Vetsalles, Allison, Thomas. Me Aullllc. Sh*rry, VV«t PO A-Minnesota It 14, Ddroil 27-12. DP-Shlllctl. Zinmvr- man and Alllr,an, Wrr? ( unipt 1 and fasfi. 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