The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on September 28, 1965 · 10
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Giants, Dodgers Win; Remain-Tied for First Place Cincy Falls 4 Games Behind In N.L Race 10 Daily Herald TUESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1965 tftrn County. U1M ?' Major League Rwindup ;Ey LEONARD A. GRAN A TO tTI Sports Writer . . It's easy to tell the National League pennant is at (take: the Dodgers all of a sudden display ' power and me Giants get five runs batted in tram a x nit- With six games to go in the regular season Los Angeles "and ' San Francisco are tied for the lead. From this point on each team that wins will have a hero of the day. Today they are Tom Haller of the Giants and Willie Davis of the. Dodgers. Haller, whose meek .254 batting average belies his toughness in the clutch, had five RBI's Monday on two home runs and a sacri- ficejly to pace San Francisco to an 8-4 victory over St. Louis. Davis also smashed two home runs to lead the Dodgers fast the Cincinnati Reds 6-1. , Tht loss dropped the Reds four games off the pace. Tliey are still in contention mathe-j jnatically, though, because they! play two more against Los An geles and men move to San Francisco for the final three fames of the regular season. In other National League action the Cubs, beat the Phillies 1-0 and the Astros outlasted the - Braves 4-3 in 10 innings. In the Athletics Steal Eight Bases In Game With Birds BALTIMORE (UPI) - If you're going to steal, the best time to do it is when no one is looking. The conditions were near ideal lor the Kansas City Athle tics in their game with Baltimore Monday night, and they came away with eight stolen bases.- - . The game was viewed by snly 703 tans, the smallest turn out in mis city's 12-year Ameri can League history. Tempera ture was at (0 degrees at game time. Bert Campaneris had two of Kansas City's stolen bases oa Oriole "catcher Dick Brown, boosting his league-leading total to 51. The modern major league record for stolen bases in game is IS, set by the New York Yankees in 1911. ' Baltimore won the game 6-4. Hudspeth Talks To Coaches Club On Oregon Coach Tom Hudspeth of BYU showed films of the Kansas State game and discussed the Cougars' upcoming game with the University of Oregon at the Provo Downtown Coaches Club's breakfast meeting this morning. The Cats play Oregon next Saturday afternoon in Eugene. A total of 9ft Cougar fans were' en hand for the meeting. Big League By United Press International National League W. L. Pet GB San Francisco 92 64 .590 ... Los Angeles 92 64 .590 ... Cincinnati 88 63 .546 4 Pittsburgh 86 71 ,548xtt Milwaukee 83 73 .532 9 Philadelphia 81 75 19 11 St. Louis -75 80 .48416 Chicago 71 86 .452 21 Houston 64 92 .410 28 New York 49 108 .313 43 Monday's. Results San Francisco St Louis 4 Chicago 1 Phila 0 (night). Houston 4 Milw 8 (10 Inns night) Los Ang 6 Cincinnati 1 (night) (Only games scheduled) Tuesday Probable Pitchers Pittsburgh at New York '(nlght)-Sisk 74) vs. Ribant (1-3). Chlcagf at Philadelphia (uight)-Faul (M) vs. Short .(18-10). . Milwaukee at Houston (night) -Cloninger (23-10) vs. Zachary (0-1). Cincinnati at Los Angeles (night)-OTooia (W) vs. us- teen (15-14). St Louis at San Francisco (night)-Jaster (1-0) vs. Herbel (11-8). Wednesday's Garnet Pittsburgh at New York Cincinnati at Loi Angeles St Louis it San Francisco Chicago at Phila (night) Uiivr at Houston (night) v ; Amerlcaa League W. L Pet. GB I-MinnesoU 99 58 .631 ... .EalUmora Jl 64 .,,587 7 only American League game th Kansas City Athletics M. Haller connected in the se cond inning with two men on base off Tracy Stallard and hit his 15th homer of the season with no one on in the seventh off Earl Francis. His. other run batted In was on a fielder's choice in the third inning. Warren Spahn started for the Giants and went four and one-third innings, giving up five hits and two runs. He struck out two batters to take over third . place among all-time strikeout artists. He now has 2,582 to rank behind Walter Johnson's'MCT and Cy Young's 2,836. Willie McCovey drove in two Giant runs with a double in the fourth inning. Frank Llnzy (9-3) was the winner-inrt Slajlaii (114) was charged with the defeat The Dodgers also got stellar performances from Maury Wills and Johnny Podres. Wills stole two bases to set up two Dodger runs. The thefts were his 91st and 92nd. of the season. Podres pitched five innings all manager Walt Alston prayed 'orbefore Ron Ferranoski re lieved him. Davis settled the contest 'in the first inning with a two-run homer. He hit his second of the game and 10th of the season in the seventh inning. The Reds had 11 hits, but the Dodger defense camj up with three double plays and fine catches to keep runners from scoring. Perranoski was shaky in his four innings, giving up six hits and loading the bases in the seventh inning. Larry Jackson gave up only five hits in pitching Chicago past the Phils and Jim Bun- ning. Don Landrum opened the Chicago eighth with a single and was sacrificed to "second. He scored on Billy Williams' single. Jackson (14-20) did not allow a Phillle to touch third base. Dan Oslnskl wild-pitched the winning run across in the 10th inning to give the Astros ' their victory over the Braves. Joe Morgan walked to open the 10th for the Astros. He stole second, took third on a passed ball and! romped home on Osinskis wild pitch. The Braves had tied it with two runs in the ninth. Curt Blefary hit a two-run, eighth-inning triple to drive in the winning runs for Baltimore Blefary scored on a' sacrifice fly with an insurance run, The victory moved the Orioles a full game, ahead , of the Chicago White Sox in their battle for second place. The Minnesota Twins have already clinched the American Leape pennant Kansas City stole -eight bases off Baltimore catcher Dick Brown. Bert Campaneris, who earlier this season made baseball history by playing one inning, at each position, pilfered two of the sacks .to raise his league-leading total to 51. Standings Chicago Detroit Cleveland 91 66 .580 8 86.71 .548 13 83 73' ,532 15H 75 83 .475 24 73 85 .462 26 67 89 .429 31 61 97 .386 38 58 98 .372 40 New York California Washington Boston Kansas City x-Clinched pennant. Monday's Results : Baltimore I Kan City 4 (night) (Only game scheduled) Tuesday's Probable Pitchers Detroit at Chicago (2, twi- nlght) -vAguirre (13-10) and Wkrkersham (9-14) vs. Buzhardt (13-7) and Horlen (12-13). .New York at Qeveland (night)Beck (2-0) vs. McDow eU (16-10). ... Kansas City at Washington (2, twl-night) O'Donoghue (8-18) and Hunter (8-6) vs. Coleman (0-0) and Craig (0-0). Minnesota at Baltimore (night)-Perry (116) vs. Bunk erd-8). California at Boston-Srunet (9-11) vs. Morehead (10-17).. Wednesday's Games - California at Boston . Minnesota at Bait might) Kansas City at Wash (night) New York at Cleveland (night) (Only games scheduled) DITTO MACHINES SALES SERV1CI Standard Supply Co. M W. tit N f rm - Ph. tlhtm L L DAVIS HITS HOMER - Cincinnati rightfielder Frank Robinson (left photo), leaps high on the wall at the 380-foot mark In the first inning trying for Dodger Willie Davis' bomer Hunter Safejy Course Slated A one-day Hunter Safety Course will be held Saturday in the Provo National Guard Armory, according to Jerry Dahlberg of the Central Regional office of the state fish and game department. The course will start at 8 a.m. and run until S p.m. Persons desiring to participate in the course should bring a .22 rifle and a lunch. A charge of $1.50 will be made for the course. Leaders In Big Leagues By United Press International National Leape , G.AB. R.H.Avg Ornte, Pitt 147570 89190 .333 Aron. Mil. 147 560 109181 .323 Wms, Chgo. 159628 112200 .318 Mays,vS.F. 151538114171 .318 Rose, CinS 156 648114203 .313 Flood, St.L. 150590 79181 .307 Pinson, Cin. 153 642 95 195 .304 Allen, Pha. 155 596 93 181 .304 JJUou, S.F. 137 523 76159.304 Cldnon, Pitt 157 593 86 179 .302 American League G. AB.R.H. Avg Qliva, Minn. 149 576 107 185 .321 YstsH, Bos. 128 479 76151 .315 Rbsn, Bal. N 137 531 74161 .303 Whtfld, ae. 125 444 47133 .300 Batty. Minn. 128 389 35115 .296 Dvlillo, ae. 138 491 63 144 .293 Wgnr, Cle. 141 503 90 147 .292 Colvto, Cle. 156 573 90 167 .291 Hwrd, Wsh. 143498 51 145 .291 Hall, Minn. 144 511 80146 .286 ., Home Runs ..National "League: Mays, Gi ants 50; McCovey, Giants 39; Williams, Cubs 33;- Aaron, Braves 32; Santo, Cubs 32; Mathews, Braves' 32; and Cal-lison, Phils 32. American Leape: Conigliaro, Red Sox 31; Cash, Tigers 30; Horton, Tigers 28; Wagner, Indians 28; Tresh, Yanks 26. , Runs Batted In - . .National Leape: Johnson, Reds 125; Mays, Giants 108; Robinson, Reds 107; Stargell, Pirates 106; Banks, Cubs 105; Williams, Cubs 105. , ' - ..American Leape: Colavito, Indians 104; Horton, -Tigers 99; Oliva, Twins 98; Mantilla, Red Sox 91; Hall, Twins 85; and Whitfield, Indians 85. Pitching ..National Leape: Nuxhall, Reds 11-3; Koufax, Dodgers 24- 8; Bolin, Giants 13-5; Maloney, Reds 2041; Cloninger, Braves 23-10. ..American Leape: Grant, Twins 20-6; McLain, Tigers 15- 6; Fisher, White Sox 15-7; Slot- tlemyre, Yanks 19-9; S. Miller, Orioles 14-7. If Your Motor OvarhMts C-US ' Complete RADIATOR end GAS TANK Service New Flow Tert nd Leak Detection Equipment. SpeclilUed. Efficient, Work llBceodltlonall Guaranteed, AHLANDERS 456 $. Univ. Ph. 373-6463 GoodrtchJipqrks Lakers To 123-112 Win In Logan Game By STEVE SMILANICH UPI Sports Writer LOGAN (UPI) - Former UCLA all-Amerkan Gail Good rich continues to stand out in preseason tuneup games as the best rookie on the Los Angel- j es Lakers basketball squad. Goodrich, who lead the Bruins 1 to the national championship last March, turned in another j excellent performance Monday: night as the Lakers downed the Boston Celtics 123412 in an National Basketball Association exhmition game in Nelson Field- house on the Utah State Uni versity campus. . The quick-handed Goodrich impressed Coach Fred Schaus and some 4,000 fans with his ball handling and accurate shooting. He connected on five of 10 attempts from the field and added three free ttirows for 13 points. ' The Laker win gave them a 24 edge in the exhibition series between the two clubs. Veterans Pace Lakers While Goodrich was the best of the rookies, it remained for veterans Jerry West and Elgin Baylor to lead the Lakers to victory. They ignited a scoring splurge midway through the third period that helped overcome a 58- 56 Celtic lead and produce the win. Darrall Imhoff, a 6-10 center who played college ball at California, also helped considerably as he grabbed several rebounds and triggered the Laker offense. After play resumed " in the second half Baylor hit one from the "cornor and Imhoff followed Baseball Line Scores - - X By United Press International. National Leape . StL, 000 112 000- 4 9 3 S.F. 032 200 lOx- 8 8 1 Stallard, Aust (4), Carlton (5). Francis (6), Woodeshick It) and Uecker,-McCarver (6). Spahn, Bolin (5), Henry (6), Linzy (6) and -Haller. HRS Haller (13th and 14th). WP -Linzy (9-3). LP-StaUard (11-8). (10 Innings) 1 . Milw. 100 000 002 0-8 8 1 Hou. 012 000 000 1-4 6 2 Blaslngame, Kelley (5), Osin-ski (9) and Torre, Dierker, Raymond (9), Giusti (10) and Bateraan. WP -j- Giusti (8-7). LP-Osinskl (0-3). Chgo. ooo ooo oio-i e 1 Phila. 000 000 000- 0 4 1 Jackson (14-20) and Roznov in 1 1 : fJf La mm l "f A, ' jL "ft I s . - , r - ., - I . , ' - t I . t . . -v. - v . j - ) Monday. Davis (right photo), is greeted at the plate by Ron Fairly (right) and Jim Gilliam (19). (Herald-UPI Telephoto) with a tip to tie the count at "59-59. Larry Siegfried hit a long one to put the Celtics out. in front again but Baylor followed with a 20-footer to knot the count St 61-61. Once again Imoff put the Lakers out in front by two but Sam Jones got a pair off free throws to tie the score at 63-63. Baylor then pumped in a 15- footer and the Lakers nursed a two to four point lead until West hit five straight points for 76-68 lead. The fast-moving Lakers never trailed after that although the Celtics, lead by the great shooting . of former Cincinnati star Ron Bonham, narrowed toe margin to three points, 92-89. Laker Coach Pleased W'est wound up with 21 points and Baylor had 15. For the losers Sam Jones bad 29 including 13 from the free throw line and Bonham had 24. Schaus said after the game he was generally pleased with the progress his team is making. "We've got plenty of speed and we'll be a running ball club.We need improvement defensively and I'm hoping some of our newcomers help." Billy McGill, the former University of Utah ail-American and ex-Brigham Young University star John Fairchild bom started foe, the Lakers. McGill got eight points during the brief time he played. Fairchild scored four points. Former Idaho State star Dewayne Cruse got two points. Asked about Goodrich, Schaus said: '"He's a hustler and, has good moves. I'm sure he'll be an asset to our club. sky. Bunning rymple. (18-9) and 'Dal- Cin. - 000 100 000- 1 11 3 Losa. 202 100 lOx- 6 9 0 Ellis, Davidson (3), Jay (5) Zanni (7) and Edwards. Podres Perranoski (6) and Roseboro. WP-Podres (7-6). LP - Ellis (21-10). HRS-W. Davis 2, (9th and 10th). - Ony games scheduled. American League K.C. 000 020 110- 4 M Bal. 002 010 03X-6 7 Talbot,, Dickson (6),' Wyatt (8), Aker (8) and Bryan; J, Miller, Barnowski (6), Hall (6), S. Miller (8) and Brown. WP- S. Miller (14-7). .LP-Wyatt (2-6). . Only game scheduled. Rain Foils Speed Runs OnI BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS (UPI) Scheduled record runs over western Utah's salt flats were wiped out Tuesday when a sudden rain storm hit the famed speedway". The sudden downpour made the salt unsafe for running and forced Bob and Bill Summers of Ontario, Calif., and world land speed king Art Arfons of Akron, Ohio, to wait for a better day. The Summers brothers had planned to go for the world record for wheel driven cars in their four-engine racer "Golden-rod." The record is 403 miles per hour and is held by Britain's Donald Campbell. In runs Monday the Golden-rod reached 367 mph in a oneway run. Arfons had hoped to go for standing start records in the quarter - mile, mile and kilometer. He said he wouldn't go for the world land speed mark un less Craig Breedlove of Los An geles or Walt Arfons surpassed the mark of 536 mph set last year by Art Arfons. Breedlove is scheduled to visit Bonneville In mid-October in a newly built jet racer. ALLEN OUT ' PHfliATjELPHIA (UPI)-Phi-ladelphia third baseman Richie Allen was kept out "of Monday night's game with the Chicago Cubs after he complained of stomach pains. Tony Taylor re-Dlaced him. pi 1 ' xsW TT" Vvjf EvervthiiVs old fashioned about 6ccept Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, 86 Proof ' Ths Old Taylor DiitiMery Co., Funkfort & Louisvil't, Kentucky. Purdue Climbs Into Lead In Grid Poll NEWQaK-dtTfr-Purdue,! Texas " and Nebraska, favo-a perennial also-ran in the; rites in the Southwest and Big tough Big Ten Conference j Eight Conferences, respective-made its initial appearance- ly, received considerable sup-among the United Press Inter-port to threaten Purdue's posi-nation's top-ranked college foot-jtion.-- The Longhorns received ball teams today by going all' nine first-place votes and 285 the way -to-the top on the points for second while the strength of its 25-21 upset of Cornhuskers drew eight votes Notre Dame. ! for the top spot and 279 points The Boilermakers, who have' for third. " , won only one Big Ten title out-' Purdue never has finished right in history and last shared: coherence nonors iniM, urew 15 first place votes from the UPI Board of Coaches for a to- tal of 298 points and a tenuous grip on the No. t spot in the; nrst weekly ratings. Art Arfons To Wait On Others SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) -Heavy-footed Art Arfons. the world's fastest man on wheels, is going to let fhe -challengers take their turns first at his record. The Akron, Ohio, driver, at a press conference in Salt'Lake City, said he would delay any world land speed record at tempt "until I see what the other fellows do." By the oth er fellows he referred to Craig! Breedlove of Los Angeles and his brother, Walt Arfons. Art Arfons has-hit jet-power ed "Green Monster" on western" Utah's Salt flats this week but the only records be will go for are standing start records in the quarter mile, mile and kilometer. -The Ohio driver set the rec ord of 536 mph" at Bonneville, last year. Arfons said two slight changes were made in the vehicle since 'he last -visited the flats. He said both changes were aimed at giving additional stability to the racer. Breedlove, who is bringing a brand new car to Bonneville, expects to come to Utah in mid-October. CHAMP READYING . . MONTICELLO, N.Y. (UPI)- Middleweight champion, Joey Giardello sparred six rounds with Milo Calhoun of Kingston, Jamaica, Monday in preparation for his Oct 21 title defense against former titleholder Dick Tiger' of Nigeria. the people wliodnnliit among &e top J0 in balloting Dy the 35.man wnica s:ar!ed ranking nation's top teams in 1950. Thp wt JhL-me, kv th Roi- jermakers were in .1958 and 1961. They finished 11th both years. . After opening the season with a 38-6 rout of Miami (Ohio), Purdue was rated a four-point underdog ta the Fighting Irish,, the nation's third-ranked team in 1964 and a 484 conqueror of California in its initial game. ',. But junior quarterback Bob Griese bewildered Notre Dame's rugged defense with. 19 completions in 22 attempts for 283 yards and three touchdowns as - the- Boilermakers - whipped -the Irish for the seventh time since Jack Mollenkopf took over' the coaching helm 10 years ago! The defeat dropped Notr Dame to ninth place in the ratings with 88 points. The Irish are the only team in me top 10 to have suffered a loss. Southern California, which has been tied once in two contests, was 10th,the same position K occupied at the end of last season. Louisiana State was the only other team to receive any first- 1 i InL. mi juav-c - ure.i ire 4. igci s nci c named on three ballots for. the No. 1 spot and were sixth on the overall voting behind Arkansas and Michigan. Arkansas, which outlasted pass - minded Tulsa for its second victory, earned the fourth niche with 185 points and defending Big Ten champion Michigan was fifth with 159 points, two more than LSU. Michigan State, surprisingly easy 23-0 victor over Penn State, was seventh with 116 points and Kentucky, which knocked off Missouri and Mississippi, on successive Saturdays, vaulted into the eighth position. 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