The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on August 16, 1965 · 57
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wiiy,li.yir.w Har Granc Mondy. Au9. 16, 1965 5C2H .Sr.xamittpr-Page 57 Giants Exceed 1 Million Home Attendance Again Murakami Is Chased As Starter Masanori Mura kami's fans swelled yesterday's Giant-Phillie crowd to 26,-931 and put the Giants over the million mark in home attendance. They've drawn 1,000,241 paid admissions into Candlestick for 54 home dates, including four double- headers. There are 23 home games left for the Giants this year. The Giants have averaged about 1,500,000 customers a year in San Francisco. Their record attend-ance was set in 1960, the year Candlestiek was opened, with 1,795,356. 1 Slam Paces win (Continued from Page 55) game would have been tied. Henry went 4 innings superbly, allowing just one hit, and was credited with the victory the first Giant win for old Bill. Jack Sanford pitched the ninth for the Giants. San Francisco had an 11-run lead at the start of the frame, 15-4. Jack got two outs quickly but then three Giant errors gave the Phillies five unearned runs. TWO HITS The Phillies smacked 13 hits altogether, but they got only two in the ninth and just one of those two was hit hard. When Jimmy Davenport threw out Tony Gonzalez for the game's final out, the crowd let go with a mighty cheer. After all, enough is plenty. The Giants got a few breaks yesterday. Matty Alou led eff the third with a walk and Davenport blooped a broken bat hit. Willie Mays smacked what looked like a double play grounder to Bobby Wine, but the Philhe shortstop booted the ball, loading the bases. Culp fanned Willie Mc-Covey before Hart belted a 1-2 pitch over the left field fence for the Giants first grand slam since Orlando Cepeda clouted one against the Phillies here last Sept. 12. Ron Herbel was the pitcher of record at the time tha Giants moved ahead, but two chopper hits and a bloop loaded the bases in the fourth and set the stage for Mr. Henry. In addition to winning the game, Henry (3-l smacked his first Giant hit. He rapped it off Bo Belinsky after Hal Lanier opened the fourth with a triple. The Giants got three more runs in that inning, all unearned. Matty Alou was on second with two out when Mays walked intentionally, bringing McCovey to the plate, Stretch hit a chopper in front of the plate and the Phils fell apart. Belinsky threw the ball past Dick Stuart at first base for a two-base error. Matty .'.-'V Zrrri N " - - 8 .K. I - rf V - SI Examiner Photo by Charles Doherty DARING WILLIE MAYS ADEPTLY SLIDES AROUND CATCHER PAT Giants' captain hotfooted it all the way home in trie fourth when Bo Belinsky scored easily and Mays was right behind him. tallying with a great slide. McCovey, streaking for third, slid in and saw Pat Corrales' throw sail over Richie Allen's head. Stretch clambered to his feet and scored, too. Three runs on a chopper that didn't travel 20 feet off the bat. Gabrielson and McCovey belted home runs off Art Ma-haffey alter that, opening the Giant margin. Gabe's, his sixth of the season, was his third in the last 11 days. Mc-Covey's was a screaming line drive over the fence in right center, his 28th of the season, and came with two on base. NUTTY NINTU The nuttiness with two down in the ninth began when Stuart smacked a grounder between Hart's legs. It looked like this: . . Then Lanier fumbled Covington's slow bouncer. Then Johnny Briggs beat out a roller, loading the bases. Everybody started running for the showers when Cor-ralles bounced a grounder to Davenport, for what looked like a game-ending force play. But John Kibler, the plate ump, yelled, "Hold it!" Kibler ruled that Tom Hal-ler had interfered with Cor-ralles' swing the second time in two innings that Kibler called interference on Huller with Corralles batting. Corralles was awarded first base and an RBI. Haller was charged with an error. Tony Taylor's walk and Ruben Amaru's three-run double made it 15-9 before Gonzalez finally grounded out and ended the madness. The Giants made five great defensive plays. Lanier made twot Hart and Henry one apiece, in addition to Gabe's key throw to the plate . . . The Giants now stand 8-6 with the Phils. They're 8-4 with the Mets. who open a three-game series here today. Bob Shaw (12-6) will face Tom Parsons (MO) . Mays hasn't had a hit since his home run in Thursday's second game. Willie was 0-for-8 in the Phillies series, but he scored three runs yesterday. . . . Murakami was given a plaque and a brand new automobile. Scgura Wins MONTEREY (Special I Pancho Segura of Beverly Hills took $500 top purse by defeating Leonzie Collas of Peru, 6-1, 6-3, in the state tennis tourney for teaching pros. Collas' share was $200. Jerry Dewitts and Sam Match of Los Angeles won $200 for their 4 - 6, 6 - 4 triumph over Ken Walts and Larry Huebner of Fresno, $100 earners. SjioWs Today BASEBALL Giants vs. Mets, Candlestick Park, 1 d. m. ROLLER DERBY Bay Area Bombers vs. Midwest Pioneers, San Jose Ball Park, 8 p.m. GOLF Bay Regional Tourney, Tilden Park, all day. CORRALLES TO SCORE FROM FIRST heaved McCovey's bounder into right field ' ' . .' Examiner Photo by Charles Doherty MAYS GREETS HART AFTER GRAND SLAM Jimmy's big blow put Giants ahead for keeps at 5-4 Mullcr on Vacation Eddie Mullcr is on vacation. His Shadow Boxing column will be resumed on his return. McKinley Defeats Scott in N.Y. Net SOUTHAMPTON (N.Y) -(AP) Chuck McKinley won the Meadow Club invitation grass court tennis champion ship for the second straight year yesterday by defeating Gene Scott in a two-hour final, 3-6, 6-3, 8-6, 10-8. McKinley, former Davis Cup star who now lives in Port Washington, N.Y., lost a 5-2, 30-love lead in the fourth set, but recovered in time to defeat his opponent from St. James, N.Y. Box Score Mat Averages PHILADELPHIA AB R H RBI BA Roiai, 3b 5 O I 0 .282 Gonzalez, oh ... 1 0 0 0 .302 Callison, rt 4 1 2 0 .2b6 Allen, 3b 5 1 3 2 .315 Stuart, lb 4 2 1 0 .237 Johnson, If 1 0 0 0 .309 Covington, ph-lf. 4 111 .238 Phillips, cf 1 0 0 0 .265 Briggs. ph-cf ... 4 13 1 .268 Corrales, c 3 1 0 1 .273 Wine, ss 3 O 1 0 .233 Taylor, ph-2b .. 110 1 .231 Culp, p .1 1 O 0 (8-9) Amaro, ss 3 0 1 3 .212 Totals 40 9 13 9 SAN FRANCISCO A8 R H PBI BA M. Alou, rf 4 2 2 2 .248 Davenport, ss . . 5 2 1 0 .241 Mays, cf 2 3 0 0 .321 Henderson, cf . . 1 0 0 0 .158 McCovev. lb ... 4 2 1 J .283 Burda. lb ... 1 0 0 0 .120 Hart. 3b .... 4 2 2 4 .286 Gabrielson. If . 5 1 2 1 .313 Haller. c 4 1 2 1 .242 Lanier, 2b . 4 2 2 0 236 Murakami, p ... 1 0 0 0 (3-1) Henry, p 3 0 1 1 (3-1) Totals 38 15 13 12 Philadelphia 004 000 005 9 San Francisco 014 413 20x 15 E Wine. Belinsky 2. Corrales. La nier, Hart, Haller 2 (interference on Corrales bat in 8th and again in 9th). DP Philadelphia 2, San Francisco 2. LOB Philadelphia 10. ban -ran-cisco 3. 2B M. Alou, Amaro. 3B Allen, Lanier. HR Hart (No. 13), Gabrielson (No. 6), McCovey (No. 28). SB M. Alou. PITCHERS RECORD ip h r erbbso Culp (L. 8-9) 2"J 5 5 4 1 2 Belinsky 2?,3 3 5 2 1 2 Mahaffey 3 5 5 5 2 3 Burdette 1 0 0 0 0 0 Murakami 2s 4 3 3 1 4 Herbel 1 6 1110 Henry (W, 3-1) . W3 I 0 0 0 4 Sanford 1 2 5 0 2 0 Umpires Kibler, Secory. Burkhart and Wever. Official Scorer James K. McGee. T 3:13. A 26.931. McKinley is second ranked nationally and Scott fifth. Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle of Australia won the doubles championship by de feating Roger Taylor and Mark Cox of Britain, 6-2, 4-6, 8-6. 6-4. In doubles semifinals halted by darkness Saturday, Taylor and Cox defeated Tom Edle-fen of Los Angeles and Charles Pararell of Puerto Rico 4-6, 9-7, 12-10, and Emerson and Stolle defeated Jerry Cromwell of Long Beach, Calif., and Jim Osborne of Honolulu, 22-24, 9-7, 6-4. Lederer Downs Garcia for GG Park Net Title Peter Lederer of Daly City used superior passing shots and placements to defeat James Garcia of San Francisco, 6-4, 6-3, yesterday for the men's singles title of the Golden Gate Park Tennis Club Invitational. In the women's final, Cathy Douglas of Santa Rosa, twice City champion, wore down Helen Wong of San Francisco in a 2', 2 -hour match, 8-6, 4-6, 6-1. Other finals: Men's Doubles Jack Kern-Walter Hartman (San Francisco) d. Harvey Klyce (San Rafaell-Gregg Parkerson (Novate), 6-4, 6-2 Women's Doubles Mary Ewinn (San Franciscol-Betty Speigleman (Palo Alto) d. Pat Kennedy-Lou Gates (San Francisco), 6-2, 4-6, 9-7. Mixed Doubles James Frolik-Pat Cushman (San Francisco) d. Erwin and Candy Douglas (Santa Rosa), 6-8, 6-4, 6-1. Holler Derby The Midwest Pioneers deadlocked their series with the Bay Eombers at 1-1 by scoring a 32-30 victory at Ke-zar Pavilion last night. 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