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SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 19M Mauch Loses One to Book AInd Phtls Bow to Pirates 1 By FRED DOWN. DPI Sport Writer They wy manager Gent Mauch of the Philadelphia Phillies hat refined baieball strategy to the point where he doesn't need the playen to play the game. But, like veteran gamblers who acknowledge you can't beat the house, Mauch discovert from time to time that It's mighty tough to beat the book. Such at Friday night when the Philadelphia brain tnister went against the book and wound up teeing the Pittsburgh Pirates deal the Phillies 4-J tost that trimmed their National League to f games. STICKS TO BOOK Making the tactical boomerang even more difficult for Mauch to take was the fact that manager Alvin Dark of the San Francisco Ciantt 'stuck fitlthfully to the book and at direct result made off with a t-t decision over the Milwaukee Braves. - Mauch 1 went for his ouija board after single by Bill Vlrdon and a walk to Jerry Lynch put Pirates on first and second with one out and Jim Sunning nursing a 2-0 lead in the ninth inning. The situation appeared to can for a left-handed relief pitcher inasmuch as lefty-twinging . Willie Surge!! and Smoky Burgess were the next two hitters but' Mauch went against the book and brought in right-hander Ed Roebuck. Surge!) -promptly singled to score one run and Burgess followed with a' game winning three ' run homer. Elroy Face, who pitched only one inning, thus gained credit for his third wm of the season while Roebuck suffered his third toss. 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John McGraw, Joe McCarthy and Casey Stengel all rolled Into one when O'Dell got Mathews ui hit into an inning - ending double play and went on to, pitch 2 2-3 hitless innings to gain his sixth win of the season. The Giants won the game in Lb ninth when Jim . Davenport scored from first bast en outfielder Le Maya's error on a single by Del Crandall. The game's earlier runs were produced by two . run homers by Jo Torre and Willie Mays. Rained out second place Cincinnati picked up a half game as a result of the Philadelphia defeat. The St. Louis Cardinals downed the Lot Angelet Dodgers 3-3 and the New York Mett outslugged the Chicago Cubs 12-1 In the. other National League action. In th American League. Baltimore beat Chicago t-2 titter a 2-1 toss. Boston defeated New York M. Washington topped Minnesota 2-1, Cleveland downed Kansas City 44 .and Detroit whipped Lot Angeles 12-1 and (-7. BAUER UNRUFFLED If there are any cracks showing In the Baltimore Orioles' drive for their first American League pennant, manager Hank Bauer can't see them though four Oriole errors In the split with Chicago last night may leave few fans wondering. Bauer, unruffled following the Orioles' t-t nightcap win after a 1-1 lost In the opener, closed hit ears to such talk. "I don't think they was pressing." Bauer said. "It doesn't seem like pressing an me when you win t-t." Th Orioles committed two errors In each game, on which contributed significantly to rookie Wally Bunker's defeat In th ninth inning of th first game. Bunker w a t breeimg along on a two-hitter when the roof suddenly caved m. Baltimore led l-e via homer by Earl Robinson, on of four hits off winner Gary Peters. . 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Thtm it wm the task of picking their way from their Empire Stadium . dressing room through crowds of fair-goer and hundred of parked car. PNE time Is a time of anguish for Lion and their coach. Dave Sknen. He (aid Friday, however, that he hat had two "rtjaaonsWy good" practice thit week and Lion will probably be a ready aa can be expected after en Im patient 11 -day layoff. The defending Western champion have beaten Winnipeg only once in four trie dur ing the last two seasons. Bomber and Lions tied USTON IN ACCIDENT DENVER. (UPD Former heavyweight champion Sonny Litton escaped injury late Thursday after being Involved In an automobile accident in East Denver. Litton, who tost hi title to Casslus Clay last February, was taken to Denver General Hospital, but refuted treatment, ssying be was un injured. 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San Francisco at Milwaukee Herbel (8-8) vs. Sadowaki (-8V Houston at Cincinnati 2 Nottebart (6-8) and Laraen (2-6) vs. OTool 113-6) and Ttltourit (7-10). (Doublehead-er due to Friday rainout.) MiHawaiHiiB.Wawa , r ST. LOUIS (UPI) Southpaw Sandy Koufax tried out his bad arm in the bullpen for Ave minute and Lot Angeles manager Walter Alston aairf Friday night "be wont be able to piten lor at least another week." fat Was! Eaa laartataa IMm at to l4 . . . Ontr 4 Marntas1 htm Carnaowaia' Satpsia Caatra WE OFFER: a Drapes m every suit Two wahor and dryar raeana mi anory floor 4 II an. n, vaCrtaaiaiov Bullt-tn auvmaile Countar eook tops e CTtaon ao ehurehaa. schools and shopptn Interior sr ajttaiter parkins Burl aad turtldoia hlfh apaad alovstors NaaUd Indoor pool Gymnasium atoara room t 'I 2-tEDROOH, 2-WIhT00M $0170 RON $135 , . Also avaUabla commencina et , $102.50 . . . I-KDROON tmiHUI S125.00 . 2-KDB00N IPiiTKLKT Visit our Rtntal Of fict Today for htspactioa Saturday and ffunday ' 1 BJtV tO 8 pje. Monday to Friday ' . 9 BJaV to B pa. ' Chicago White Sox hurler Gary Peters (seated) is congratulated after winning the opener of the Chicago-Baltimore doubl eheader Friday night Floyd Robinson (left) delivered two-run tingle In the ninth, inning to give the White Sox 2-1 win. Gene Stephen (standing centre) was safe on an error to start the inning and Don Buford's bunt loaded the bases to set up the single by Robinson. Baltimore won the second 8-3. . . . , - . - i ' t (AP-Joumal Wu-photol Baseball Records AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 12. Lot Angelet 1. Detroit I, Lot Angelet 7 Cleveland 4. Kama City I Washington 3, Minnesota 1J Chicago 2, Baltimore I. Baltimore S. Chicago 3. Boston 5. New York 3. W L Pet. GB Baltimore Chicago New York Detroit Minnesota Loa Angelet Cleveland Boston Washington Kansas City 78 51 .603 79 53 .398 K 72 64 .571 4V4 70 63 J526 10 64 65 .496 14 66 68 .493 14 Vi 63 66 .488 IS 59 71 .454 19K 52 79 397 27 48 tl 372 30 ' . NATIONAL LEAGUE - New York 12. Chicago 10. Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia X . St Louis 5. Los Angeles 3. San Francisco 3, lUhvaukee 2. - . Houston at Cincinnati, -postponed, rain. , W L Pct.GB Philadelphia 77 50 .606 Cincinnati , 70 56 J56 6V4 San Francisco 71 56 .550 7 St Louis Milwaukee Pittsburgh Lot Angeles Chicago ' Houston ' New York 69 58 J43 65 62 .512 12 6 63 308 12li 62 64 .492 14J4 '58 70 .453 I9Vi 56 73 .438 21 ft 43 84 339 34 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 5, Toronto 4. Syracuse 5, Buffalo 1. Atlanta 2, Richmond 0. Columbus at Jacksonville, postponed. t J W L Pet GB Jacksonville 82 55 399 Syracuse 81 57 387 IV, Rochester 74 62 344 7 Vi Buffalo 71 60 342 8 Toronto , 70 66 315 11V Columbus 58 78 .426 23 Vj Richmond 58 79 .423 24 Atlanta - 49 86 353 32 0 Kva?taMlto rooin Woodworkina hobby shop. - a Muluhanaat IV aatisl TH music . SYatirh Prarlllcial daonr Baauttfui vlaw Loeoiad on both bus - ' ' ""Jrllne Ave. . an RkSunoiid Bd. e Dvcorauar appotntod lobby Brat rut amale hi mala . . Inbhr 1 Conatant ahane of i, freah air . Tur shop ' ; Baauty salon . . ' mat itw ' .'rUMfjOOXT'; Owned and Opera tad - by ..-., JZSLU KAIIT LTD. , Leasing Repteeeatativ MS. J. IAMUT ' , 828-3117 Bus Rout at Rlchmorid Road and Carting AvencM Only 4 Minate from Carllngwood Shopping Plaia Iv fti HZ- vfM SSaVC ArI V 320 CROYDON ' -a.-.- AT RICHMOND ROAD WINNING COMBINATION Dave Ellis 3rd In Winnipeg Meet WINNIPEG (CP) Eastern. athlete dominated th winner's circle but the West broke most of the records as the two day Canadian ag class track rid field caampioBhlj.i ran through 32 events Friday. , . " With Pat Fllipenko of Stettkr,! Alta. atartlng them off with a record leap of 21 feet, 7 inches in th midget ' men's broad Jump first final of the day Western competitors shattered three Canadian records. The East, led by e t r o a,g central Ontario contingent, won 24 events, broke one national mark, equalled another and set standards M two event for which no records bad previously been ratified. , , Record set her are- unoffi cial tan til ratified by the Amateur lAthletie Union of Canada. The AAU does this one a year. Fllipenko . Jump , was l Senior Ladies' Softball Action Policewomen will meet Breti- nan's Hifl Monday evening at Fisher Park diamond in the second game of their best -of -three Senior Ladies Softball League semi-final playoff. Bi-ennan'i Hill won the opener and if a third game Is necessary it will b played Tuesday evening at McNabb Park. The finals will get underway on Thursday at McNabb and Reuben's have already earned a spot In the final series. YM-YWCA Vocational -. Guidanca) Centra A service designed to assist young men and women in the community with educational and vocational planning. forjnfarmation Tal. 232-2606 ' RE-ROOF ! 5let!telttffuy fn 1 : ASPHALT 5HRGLQ j Til AID 6SAVE UfAHS i GERRT ' j LOWREY ltd. IB Western - 72-37a FOR ' . HEATINC SERVICE PHONE rancis TAX IV CALL CE6-2333 BLUE LINE FUEL OIL Reaideatlal and Coarnnercia) 2932 Baselm Rd.1 S2I-3731 I 14 BWtas Waat pff Ptajoaraat ! ' opbr sjk. - pa, oailt : , rr Inches better than the AAU listed record established in 1M1. Other record performances were turned in by Jana Lunday of Vancouver, whose' five feet inches in the midget women's high jump was one- half. Inch hotter than a 1M3 mark set by Bev Pierce of Hamilton:. Cathy Lei pert of Van couver, who bettered the midget women's Javelin record by 17 feet 4 Inch whh a throw of 121 feet. M inches: and a team from northwestern On tario which sliced one tenth of a second off the old record in the Juvenile men' 8M-y a r d relay. Dick Chinn of Saskatoon won th Juvenile men' 100 in 10.2 three tenth of a second off the record. Ed- Heame of Toronto was clocked in 18 seconds in the Junior men's 100. lso three- tenths of a second shy of the national standard and Don Do-j mansky of port Arthur was four tenths of a second short of the record with a winning time of 48.4 seconds in the Junior men's 448 yards. Dave Ellis of Ottawa was third. S4 EU8CKS LE SABRES WILDCATS -i - : - r-. f . ::i. "! ;... r. J-.; r, f t,--. Meet Your Terms asm ill )Z .-C. Ottawa Gas In Front 5-0 Game Called Ottawa Gas were ahead S-0 in the fifth game of the Sportsmen's Softbtll Lesgue semifinals with St. Joseph when the umpire celled the contest in the top of the seventh because of darkness. - The seventh wiH be plsyed Sunday night before the sixth ime begins at LarocQue Park In Wrightville. Time of the game is 6 00- The series is I now tied at two wins apiece with the winners going against ! Hugh M. Grsnt. Ottawa Gas 041 000 S 8 3 St. Joe ... . 000 0000 S 0 Doug MilUnore and Freddie Hughes; Guy Royer, Fred Mac-Dougall (2) and Maurice Le-febvre. Lawn Bowling AT ELMDALE Mrs. Ken Milks' rink won the Aid. Roily Well Trophy in the trebles competition played on Elmdale greens Friday night. On her rink were Mrs. Hazel McFee and Mrs. Charles Marshall. Runnert-un were Mm. , Fred Hunter, skip Mrs. Harold Mty and Mrs. Helen Walker. The count for Mrs. Milks' rink was 36 shot tgaintt nine. Mrs. Hunter record was 36 and 10. 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