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THURSDAY. MAY 14. 1964 THE KANE REPUBLICAN. KANE and MT. JEWETT. PA. PAGE FIVE 1 7 IS By The Associated Press V NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Tet. G.B. 16 8 .667 San Francisco Philadelphia . St. Louis .... Milwaukee ".. Pittsburgh .. Cincinnati . . . Chicago Houston . Los Angeles . New York ... 14 16 15 14 13 10 12 10 7 9 U 11 12 13 11 17 16 19 .609 593 .577 .538 .500 .476 .414 .385 .2G9 1J it 2 "3 4 4i . 6i 7. 10 Yesterday's Results New York 5, Milwaukee 2 .' Houston 2, San Francisco 1 Los Angeles at Chicago, rain St. Louis at Philadelphia, rain . Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, ran Today's Gaines Los Angeles at Chicago, 2 Milwaukee at New York St. Louis at Philadelphia. N San Francisco at Houston, N Only games scheduled. Tomorrow's Games .Philadelphia at Houston, N Milwaukee at St. Louis. N . New York at San Fr - .neisco, N Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, N Cincinnati at Chicago AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Tet. Chicago 13 7 .650 New York 13 3 .619 Cleveland ...... 14 9 .609 Baltimore 14 10 .583 Minnesota ...... 13 12 .520 Los An&eles .... 12 15 .444 Detroit 10 13 .435 Washington .... 12 17 .414 Boston 10 15 400 Kansas City .... 10 .100 1 2 4i Ji 51 51 51 Yesterday's Results New York 1, Detroit 1, 6 innings, rain .Cleveland 3, Boston 0, 6 innings, rain Chicago 5, Minnesota 1 Los Angeles 9 - 0, Kansas City 0 - 2 ..Baltimore at Washington, iain ...... Today's Games New York at Detroit Chicago at Minnesota Baltimore at Washington, N . Ordy games scheduled. . Tomorrow's Games 'Cleveland at Detroit, N Chicago at Washington, N Los Angeles at Baltimore, 2, twi - night Kansas City at New York, N Minnesota at Boston, N Subscribe to the Republican. s fun - - Bit. more done .IAWNS : . GARDENS v;. INTERNATIONAL CUB CADET' 7 Horsepower Easy handling Dependable Comfortable . . ; e 25 Big Capacity Attachment BUY NOW ON EASY TERMS Gasman's Garage . Smethport Rd. Kane, l'a. 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IS MORE LIKE IT, J KZ - fvJM J P VON ' BUTlAGOOPVi fl rvl vmr5 ' "An , Don Hoak Among Veterans Cut from Big League Rosters By The Associated Press Two years ago Don Hoak dressed slowly in the Pittsburgh clubhouse, the only player still remaining. A messenger came in and told Hoak that his wife, singer Jill Corey, was waiting for him outside. "I hate to have her wait in the rain," said Hoak, "but the guys who hustle jn and out of the clubhouse usually wind up hustling themselves out of baseball." i Hoak, however, may have come to the end of the line anyway. Age and a rookie third baseman named Richie Allen probably have ended his 11 - year major league ca reer despite the self - imposed con servation program in which he was going to store his hustle until game time and thus prolong his career. Hoak was one of three players cut by Philadelphia Wednesday in order to get down to the manda tory 25 - man player limit by the midnight deadline. In all 23 players from 13 clubs were involved in the last - minute shuffling by the major league clubs. Seven teams already had reached the limit. Among the other veterans cut were Baltimore pitcher Mike Mc - Cormick, outfielder' Gene Cimoli of the Kansas City Athletics, Boston outfielder Gary Geiger and Cincinnati pitcher Al Worthington. The Phillies trimmed two other players off their roster by selling relief specialist Ryne Duren to Cin cinnati for more than the $20,000 waiver price and sending pitcher John Boozer to Arkansas of the Pacific Coast League. Hoak came up to the majors in 1954 with the then Brooklyn Dodgers and saw service with the Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati before landing at Pittsburgh in time to help the Pirates win the National League pennant in 1960. He hit .282 for the Pirates that year, with 16 homers and 79 runs batted in. Hoak, now 36, was traded to Philadelphia at the end of the 1962 season and last year hit .231 with six homers and 24 RBI for the Phillies. He had been used only as a pinch hitter this season and had failed to collect a base hit in four tries. McCormick was optioned by the Orioles to Rochester of the International League, and will serve his first term in the minors. McCormick, a bonus baby signed by the San Francisco Giants, was 0 - 2 with a 5.19 earned - run average for Baltimore this season. Cimoli, who has been out most of the season with an injured knee, had, a lifetime batting average of .268. The 34 - year - old ; outfielder was 0 - for - 9 this year. (HISOX ASK WAIVERS MINNEAPOLIS - UP The Chicago White Sox asked waivers on veteran outfielder Charlie Maxwell for purposes of giving him his un conditional release. STARTS TOMORROW kVINCENT EDWARDS ;ap;: SPORTLIGIIT By KEN ROGERS ' Associated Press Writer . SALT LAKE CITY OP) The iron hand that rules the Salt Lak Bees has painted finger nails. It belongs to Enid Cosgriff, the only female general' manager in professional baseball.' Mrs. Cosgriff became president of the Pacific Coast League team in 1961, after Walter E. Cosgriff, her first husband and the Bees' chief executive, was killed in an auto accident. She took on the added task of general manager last fall, shortly before marrying a Salt Lake physician, Dr. Michael Murphy. It's tough to tell where the lady stops and the boss begins. "Just because 1 am a woman, I can't let the players think I'm soft and soapy," she said. "When we have a problem with one of the players I get together with the field manager, Vedie Himsil, and decide on a policy. 'Don't Intrude' "But I don't intrude on the men's aspect of baseball." Mrs. Cosgriff, who calls herself a "young w, speaKs wan a posi - tiveness and determination that come from organizing community projects in Salt Lake City for the past 26 years, and an uphill struggle to keep the club solvent. The Bees were running in the red when Mrs. Cosgriff took over the fans stayed home. "Six weeks after the death of my husband," she said, "I was out sell ing box tickets as president of the club. "Both the club and the public looked to me to keep a competitive sport alive." There have been changes in the Sal Lake club and in its bleachers and the locker rooms are spotless. There's one thing that gives the lady boss the heebie - jeebies men sliding into base. "I shudder . when I think of the cleaning bills," she said, "but if they make it safely, I forgive' them." TlGERS OPTION PITCHERS DETROIT UP) The Detroit Ti gers trimmed their roster to. the 25 - player ' limit by optioning two pitchers to minor league affiliates. Right - hander Terry Fox was op tioned to Knoxville of the Southern League, subject to 24 - hour recall. Fred Gladding, another right hander,, was optioned to Syracuse of the International League. MINNESOTA CHANGES ; ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS The Minnesota Twins announced yesterday they had optioned third baseman Jay Ward from their Atanta club to Tacoma of the PacifK - Coast League. The Twins also revealed the outright sale to Tacoma of Atlanta pitcher Ted Sadowski. HIGH SCHOOL TRAC K PuBois 68, St. Maiys Public High 59. By i i $100 GRAND LOOK - CARPCAM &Ar TR?)r0ll P4C W mf win Wm PJUtC. RRR$Wi6 'AMRCM SyrfPCATE PAP$00,O0O POP. rm 8 - yer - xp NEWZSMMP PACR Cl RECOUP PCJRC)S ORA GpmMMT WriTER. MP PPEZti'T potter iHeyu GT TRER MOtiy &RP6M &y $T MMZIC PCOPP WTtfJ ' - '56 ys AI&E $MMRPtlCtRS OtiE OF r MAWR A PERFECT GAME FOR SIX Ken Johnson and Houston Stop the Giants in Thriller By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Ken Johnson has given everyone the no - hit Willies again, including Mays. Johnson, the hard - luck Houston right - hander who hadn't won in a month despite pitching a no - hitter, found the ball bouncing his way for a change Wednesday night and wound up the winner as two bad - hop hits in a 2 - 1 leading ban t rancisco. For six innings, Johnson was even better than he was April 23 when he set the Cincinnati Reds down without ,a hit but lost 1 - 0 on two errors in the ninth inning. This time, Johnson wes leading 1 - 0 and working on a, perfect game. ' So perfect, in fact, that Willie Mays hadn't hit the ball fair in two trips to the plate, fouling out and striking out. Then in the seventh, Jesus Alou smacked Johnj son's first pitch for a double anc Matty Alou followed" with a single bringing up Mays. Mays however, - .couldn't.g'jt it,,ut of the infield this time either, bit ting a grounder as Jesus Alcu waA trapped in a rundown between sec ond and third. Johnson then got out of the jam and got a couple ot breaks in the bottom cf the inning. With two out, a - shot by Bob As - promonte ricocheted o: - 'st first, base man Orlando Cepeda for a dou'b18 and Rusty Staub sent him to third by lining a drive that skipped pass shortstop Jose Pagan. Ron Herbe'i came on in relief of Bob Hond - ley at this point and proceeded to wild - pitch the decisive jun across. Johnson left in tho eighth, bui eventually wound up with his firs victory since April 18. And Mays, faced with t;s first hitless performance since the MMrd game of the season, eventually wound up with his only hit in four trips, singling off Hal Woodeshick By Ham Fisher Lank Leonard By John Prentice By Afan Mover L lr,Wi.'i Zntiributed bv Xfxf Fcghni eV4tMM the Colts made the most of victory over National League in the ninth. That extended his hitting streak to 20 game 4, although his batting average dropped 10 points to .468. Only one other National League game was played, the New YorK Met3 defeating Milwaukee 5 - 2. In American League action, the Chicago White Sox whipped Minnesota 5 - 1, Cleveland defeated Boston 3 - 0 in a game held to six Innings by rain and in n twi - niglu - er the Los Angeles Angel? wo,i the opener from Kansas City before the A's took the n'ghtrpp 2 - 0. ., The New York Yanke - w an J Detroit were locked in a i - 1 tie after six innings whenj rain postponed their game. Johnson had nurse! a 1 - 0 lead since Rusty Staub's homer put the Colts in front in the fourth' inning. But he tired in the eighth when the Giants scored on a pmcn - hit double by Duke Snider and Jesus Alou's single. That made the bad hop hits orif inally ru'ec errors by the official scorer decisive. "Sure, I wanted to finish it," said Johnson after, the ga - i - "But I really didn't mind corning out. I'd put a lot into those - pitches You have to against thU club. Those rirst six innings were as good as I've ever pitched." Jesse Gonder's homer in the first inning got the Mets off to an eany lead over the Braves and winnin3 pitcher Jack Fisher drove in two more runs with a sac rce fly ana a double. Fisher pitched shutout ball for seven innings but needed relief help in th cightn. IMzarro 4 - Hitter Dave Nicholson hi, a three - run homer and Pete Ward drove in two runs with a double for the While Sox while Juan Piz.i held the Twins to four hits. Pizarro, now 3 0, held the American Leagues 'ending hitter, Tony Olt. - a. hitless in four trips, lowering his sv. - erage to .423. but lost his shu'out when Bob Allison homered In the ninth. Dick Donovan, who had to leave after he was hit by i pitch in the third inning, and Si.nny Sieberi combined to limit th3 R ;d So to two hits in the rain - short - aied game at Cleveland. Barry Latman pitch n seven - hitter for the Angels in the ope?i - er and Lee Thomas and Jim Fre - gosi each hit a homer an - 1 drive n THE NEW CAPRI0LCS ARE HERE... IN 3 M0DE13 125cc CAPRI0L0 "CHEETAH" 6 day Gold Medal I; I fr Winner, 4 cycle, 4 ' speed Overhead Cam, light alloy cylinder and head, 1 to 7.8 compression, 12 HP at 6400 rpm, needle bearing lower end, Pirelli tires, 190 mpg, $409.00, $10 add ), west of the Miss. lOOcc CAPRI0L0 "GAZELLE" 0HC, 4 speed, foot shift, only lOOcc ever to win the 125 class 6 - day Trials, $379.00, $10.00 add'l. west of the Miss. 75cc CAPRIOLO "ANTELOPE" 0HC. 4 speed, foot shift, 6.5 hp, $339.00, $10.00 add'l. west of the Miss. Challingsworth CYCLE SHOP Johnsonburg, Pa. Kranepool, Elliot Hit in Cutdown By The Associated Press Roster, changes as the major league baseball teams cut down to the mandatory 25 - player limit by midnight Wednesday included: , American League i NEW YORK - Sent first baseman - outfielder Harry Bright to Richmond of the International League on 24 - hour recall option. WAS HINGTO N Sold pitcher Howie Koplitz to Toronto of the International League and optioned catcher Ken Retzer to the same club on 24 - hour recall. ! BOSTON Sold pitcher - Wilbur Wood to Seattle of the Pacific Coast League and placed ailing outfielder Gary Geiger on the voluntary retired list at his own request. Geiger will be sidelined at least 60 days. ' : CLEVELAND Optioned pitcher jerry Walker to Jacksonville of the International League. National League NEW YORK Optioned first baseman - outfielder Ed Kranepool, shortstop Al Moran and outfielder Larry three runs. In the ni?htcap, Orlando Pena and John Wyatt collaborated on a four - hitter for the A's while Doc Edwards and K.l Charles drove in the runs off Bo Belinsky. . - BUf TERM DRISTAN NaSaU TEGWM s TREATMENT RIGHT GUARD . deodoraht n SPRAY SU RlWtOY 98 HAIR TOHIC LGE. SIZE , CUSK10H DENTURE REUHER la I J Seven - Up Victory Seven - Up racked up 24 hits last night in the only Kane Softball League game scheduled, defeating Hill - Kelly, 17 to 3, at East Kane. Jack Flower pitched and Norm Wile caught for the winners, with Flower giving up 10 hits. Tom Cunningham and Ji,m Walaski pitched for Hill - Kelly with Howard Sluga catching. Ed Fragale led Seven - Up with a triple, 2 doubles and a single. Teammate Bob Turiall homered. John Knapp had 2 doubles and a single for the losers. r . Weather permitting, two games are booked, tonight, Novosel Lumber vs. Cummings at Ryan Field, Guards vs. Windsor Grill at East Kane. BI CHERT SENT DOWN LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Dodgers pptioned southpaw pitcher Pete1 Richert to their Spokahe farm club'. Elliot to Buffalo of the International League on a 24 - hour recall basis. ST. LOUIS Optioned pitcher Paul Speckenbach to Rock Hill, S.C., of the Western Carolina League on 24 - hour recall. Acquired the $65,000 first - year bonus baby from Los Angeles Dodgers for $8,00C. CINCINNATI Sent pitchers Al Worthington and Jim Dickson to San Diego of the Pacific Coast League. x 16 0Z. MENNEN BABY MAGIC . SKIN LOTION $59 'yy We Specialize PRFSCRIPTIONS " - - ' M n jLjPv. CARLOAD OF . W ASPIRIN FOR SALE lj S 2 Bottles McKesson 1 S of 100 Pharmaceutical each Quality Jjj 111 I WMl! ISil it YARDLEY Spray Deodorant New for men R - D Hair Dressing Cushion - Rest Pads Sudden Beauty Hair Spray For natural wave . . Ig. 17 oz. 79c Tussy Deodorants Hall Price $1 Cream or Stick . .... . only 50c Brite - Tone, whitens teeth . . . . WILKINSON'S Sword Steel Blades TEMPLE GIANTS OPTION THREE SAN FRANCISCO CP) Pitcher Ken MacKenzie, catcher Bob Barton and shortstop Gil Garrido have been optioned by the San Francisco Giants to their Tacoma, Wash., club of the Pacific Coast League. Subscribe to the Republican. Savings' Accounts Pay yourself first on payday. 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