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The Gazette from Cedar Rapids, Iowa · 59

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Cards' Rally Shy, Colts In 4-3 Win ' ST. LOUIS (AP) - Reliever Jim Owens snuffed out an eighth inning St. Louis rally with two strikeouts Saturday night and the Houston Colts edged thS Cardinals 4-3. Owens, third Colt pitcher in the inning, came on after the Cardinals had rallied on Ken Boyer's two-run homer and had put the potential tying and go-ahead runs on base. Houston (4) I St. Louis (3) Ab H Rb Ik u dk i 1 0 Flood.ct 4 0 0 Fox. Ib 4 10 Brock, If 4 1 lw.whlt,lb 4 ) 0 Boyer,3b 4 10 4 1 1 Wrwick,rf Gelnes.rf Atoro'nto.Jb Lillls.ll Grote.c Nottcbert.p Owent.p 4 I o MixvilUb 4 1 0 McCrver,c 3 1 OJavler.Jb 1 0 0 Skinner, ph ITaylor,p 1 Shannon, r( 37 113i Totals 4 1 1 1 I 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 Totals 34 10 I Houston 030 000 100 4 St. Louis 000 100 0103 E Brock, Gaines, Warwick. DP St. Louis 1. LOB Houston 7, St. Louis 10. IB White. 3B Roberts. HR Borer 14. SB Brock. IP H R ER BB SO Nottebart (W, 5-1) .7 8 3 3 1 4 Woodeshick Vj l 0 0 Owens 0 0 0 Taylor (L, 5-3) m 10 4 4 Cuellar Vj 1 0 0 Schulti 1 0 0 0 Humphreys 1 1 0 0 WP Owens. T 1:40. A 14,141. Cubs Fall To Pirates PITTSBURGH (AP) Home runs by Bob Bailey and Gene Freese backed up Bob Veale's seven-hit pitching in Pittsburgh's 5-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs Saturday. Bill Mazeroski and Veale were on base with singles when Bailey blasted his homer after two were out in the fifth inning, putting the Pirates ahead 3-2. Chicago (1) I Pittsburgh (S) ab h rb ab h rt A' Burke, rf Williams, If Santo, 3b Banks, lb Cowan, ct Schaffer,c Burdette,p Stewart, ph Bertell,ph Totals 4 1 4 2 4 1 4 0 3 1 0 0 4 0 4 2 3 1 3 1 2 1 4 1 0 4 0 O CIemente.rl 1 1 O'Lynch.lf 4 1 1 Mota,pr-lf 4 0 0' 4 1 0 Freese, 3b 4 1 0 Ma;er'ski,?b 10 0 Paqliaroni.c 1 1 0 Veale.p 1 0 01 33 7 II Totals 31 9 5 Chicago . 100 000 000 2 Pittsburgh 000 031 OOx 5 E Schaffer, Amalfitano. DP Chicago 1. LOB Chicago 7, Pittsburgh 4. IB Santo. HR Bailey (8), Freese (7). 5 Veale. Mota. IP H R ER BB SO Burdette (L, 1-5) .6 8 5 5 0 3 McDaniel 2 1 0 0 0 Veale (W, 130) 7 113 WP Veale. T 2:13. A 4,845. lowan Sets Mark in Jr. Champ Meet ST. PAUL, Minn. - Craig Shumaker of Ottumwa had a record performance in the 120-yard low hurdles event and Jim Kirby was only a tenth of a second off a new mark in the 100-yard dash as qualifying was completed in the national Junior Champ track and field meet here Saturday. Shumaker's record time was : 1 3.5, bettering the old mark of : 13.9 set last year in the first such national track meet. Kirby posted a time of : 10.0 in his event but that was topped by Larry High- baugh of Indianapolis. Fridley along with Del-bert McGuire, Harvey Johnson and Charles Dlan-agan had the fastest qualifying time in the 440-yard relay. The Des Moines foursome, however, was outdone in the next heat by the Texas quartet and their time of :44.8. The Iowans had a time of :43.5. Some 300 entrants from 30 states will resume competition today with semis and finals of the running events to be held in the morning and afternoon respectively. The field events will get underway at noon. Cedar Rapids entrants, all in field events, will compete today, Jim Day Wins JC Golf Title ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Jim Day, 17-year-old trewly-wed from Laurel, Miss., who is on his honeymoon, won the 19th Jaycee International Junior golf championship Saturday with a two-under-par 70 on the final round. That gave Day 72-hole total of 28(L two under par, and put him three strokes ahead of John Bohman of Sequin, Texas. Bohman shot a final-round 69 for a 289 total. West Des Moines Nine Little League Champ BURLTNGTON (AP) West Des Moines routed Ottumwa 11-0 Saturday and captured the Iowa Little League baseball chartipion-ship. ' ' J, eft . J"" ' - "1 ' W"s. Associated Press WANTED: INNER-SPRINGS A run scored on this overthrow to Met catcher Bob Taylor, who couldn't reach Larry Elliot's heave from center field. Cookie Rojas of the Phillies crossed the plate on the toss as part of a three-run Philly first inning. Tribe Pounds Twins, 16-8 CLEVELAND (AP)-Fred Whitfield drove in five runs on a home run and two singles and reliever Gary Bell checked a six-run uprising as the Cleveland Indians trounced the Minnesota Twins 16-8 Saturday. The Tribe batted around twice in the slugfest, sending 10 men to the plate in a five-run second and again in the six-run sixth innings. It was the Indians' third victory in a row and ninth in the last II games. They Minnesota (8) I Cleveland (16) Ab H Kb! S 1 0Howser,ss Ab n Kb 1 1 Aiicn,2b Oliva.rf HalUf Allison, lb Bailey, c Henry, ph-c KoMro,3b Grant, p Roland, p Pleis,p Totals 5 1 OlDavalillccf 5 1 3IWagner,lf 4 1 0 Whitfield, lb 4 1 I'Francona.rf 5 t 1 Brown, 2b 3 0 0 Aicue.c 1 0 0 Salmon, 2b-rf 4 1 0 Held, 3b 0 0 0 Donovan, p 1 0 0 Bell.P 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 I 1 1 3 0 0 3 S 1 1 1 0 5 1 2 0 41 tl 81 Totals 38 16 15 Minnesota 000 040 020 8 Cleveland 251 062 OOx 16 E-Allen, Kostro, Held 7, Salmon. DP Minnesota 1, Cleveland 1. LOB Minnesota 8, Cleveland 6. 2B Allen, Kostro, Howser, Davalillo, salmon, "k wmr- field (6), Mincher it), oiivi (25), Haii (20 , Allison 128). b Ben. si uin lillo, Howser. IP H Grant (L, 9-8) ... .1 3 Roland 2V 3 Perry 0 1 Klippstein ''i Pleis J Fosnow J 1 Donovan "j ' Bell (W, 7-4) 3i 5 Abernalhy 1 T 3:19. A-5,764. R ER BB SO 7120 Pick Taylor Most Valued For "Stars" CHICAGO (AP) - Halfback Charley Taylor of Arizona State university was named the most valuable All-Star in Friday night's 28-17 loss to the Chicago Bears. Taylor drew 76 votes from writers and sportscasters covering the game. George Mira, used sparingly because of a pulled muscle in his valuable throwing arm, was runner-up with 13 votes. Taylor provided most of the offensive punch mustered by the All-Stars. His running and pass receiving set up a field goal which gave the All-Stars a 3-0 lead and he threw a touchdown pass which helped the collegians take a 10-7 halftime advantage. Taylor completed the game by grabbing a five-yard touchdown pass from Mira near the game's end. The Bears switched tactics in gaining their victory over the All-Stars. Emerson and Stolle in Final MONTREAL (AP) Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle advanced Saturday to the final of the Canadian Open tennis championships. Emerson whipped his Australian countrymen, Tony Roche, 6-4, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4. Stolle defeated Owen Davidson 7-5, 6-3, 8-6 in another All-Australian semifinal., Emerson and Stolle play for the title Sunday; 8 , ; v.y Best Indian Production in blasted Minnesota pitchers in a 16-hit attack. Cleveland's run total was its highest in seven years. Bell replaced starter Dick Donovan in the fifth with one out and none on after the Twins had scored five runs on homers by rookie Tony Oliva and Jimmie Hall. The Cleveland right-hander yielded a solo homer to Bob Allison, then ended the threat. Bell was in command until the eighth when pinch batter Don Mincher hit his Kith homer after Frank Kostro had doubled. He contributed to his vic- tory, smacking a single in the fifth. two-run Tigers Win ln 13th, 4-3 DETROIT (AP) - Jake Wood's pinch-hit single in theiTartTbuiut 13th inning scored Bill Free han and gave the Detroit! TiOPrS a 4-3 virtorv OVPr thp' iikCIS d to vlLtuiy uvtr l'ie v- ritw AtVilQ;o Cit. in Kansas city Auiietics oatur day. I r- , . , rieciian leu un me imiinii owith a single off Ken San - 0 . I?- . tiaers. the titth Kansas Litv 3 pitcher, and advanced to sec- mm FOUL UP A couple of youngsters put on this show recently at Shea stadium in New York. They scampered ip the net behind home plate in pursuit'of a foul ball that had lodged itself high in the t wire. , t"' 1 i 0 Cuozzo Guides Colts Past Eagles, 28-17 HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) -Gary Cuozzo sparked a sharp passing attack Saturday night that led the Baltimore Colts to a 28-17 victory over the revamped Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football league. Cuozzo took over for Johnny Unitas at the start of the second half, with the score tied 7-7, and guided the Colts to a quick score and a 14-7 lead that Baltimore never relinquished. The drive covered 80 yards in eight plays with the big ground gainer a 37-yard pass from Cuozzo to Willie Richardson. Cuozzo passed 12 yards to Richardson for the TD. A 15-yard field goal by Sam Baker of the Eagles narrowed the margin to 14-10. The Colts added two more touchdowns in the final period. Herm McKee plunged over from the one for one score. Wendell Harris' pass interception and 49-yard run back to the Eagles' 35 set up the final Colts' touchdown. Cuozzo hit rookie Neal Pet-ties for the eight-yard score. With two minutes left the 7 Years ond on Dick McAuliffe's sacrifice bunt. After an intentional walk to Norm Cash, Wood batted for reliever Fred Gladding and lined a hit to left field to break up the extra inning duel. Gladding blanked the Athletics over the last four innings and picked up his fifth victory in six decisions. The Athletics had tied the score in the ninth when Dick Green singled off Tiger starter Dave Wickersham, took second on a sacrifice bunt and tallied on Wayne Causey's two-out single. i. Kansas City (3) Detroit (4) Ab H Rb Ca'p'n'ris ss 3 1 0 Thomas,3b Ab H Rb Causey, ss l'Lumpe,2b Charles, 3b Jimenez, If . Colavilo.rf Gentile, lb ! Bryan, c j Mathews, cf ; U.,,.1,', .h 01Kaltne,rf 0 1 Brown If VFreehan.c 0 McAuliffe ss 0 Phillips 3b 0 0 Wick'sh'm.p 0 0 Gladding, p 0 0 J ?eweant'ph o o J , Totals 49 12 31 Totals j013 gtnrs0 Ci,v : ; ?S2 ??S SSJ SoS ?on tonight at 7:30. E O'Donoghue. DP Detroit 1. LOB Kansa5 C((y , Detroit 13. 2B-Jimenei, Thomas. HR Demeler 14. S Tartabull, McAulifle. IP H R ER BB SO "'u?"Mnu i ? i i I I " '; i j ? " ; segui ... j 00003 IS. Anders (L, 0-1) . '3 2 1110 wickersham 993317 5-1) 4 3 0 0 0 2 HBP By Wickersham Campaneris. T 3:46. A 6,337 Angels Sign For a Move To Anaheim day. Ellis, however, did not ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) think that was sufficient pen-The Los Angeles Angels:altv. so he annealed to Pirnn signed a stadium rental contract with the City of Anaheim Saturday and thereby committed themselves to move their American league franchise here in 19GG. The contract obligates the city to construct a stadium expected to cost $20 million! and seat about 45,000 The stadium site is about two miles from Disneyland and 25 miles by freeway from downtown Los Angeles. The city hopes to break ground Aug. 17. The construction contract is expected to go to Del E. Webb, co-owner of the New York Yankees. Wins Title CAMP PERRY, Ohio (AP) Army Sgt. William P. Blankenship, jr., of Richland, Va., fired a 293-14 Saturday to win the national trophy individual match at the national rifle and pistol championships. NEED CARPETING? Deal Direct With Bill Pringie A compter selection of ovr 1000 Samples! THE HOUSE OF CARPETS JI19 First Ave. SB Phone 343-1734 Eagles moved 80 yards in 15 plays for their final TD, with King Hill hitting Ralph Smith from three yards out. Baltlmort 7 7 1411 Philadelphia 1 1 J 17 Phlla. Matson (11 run) Baker kick. Bait. Hill (1 run) Martin kick. Batt. Richardson (11 past from Cu- ouoj mamn kick). Phila. FO Baker tS. Bait. McKee (1 run) Martin kick Bait. Pettle (I past from Cuotio) Martin kick. Phila. - Smith (1 pass from HMD Ba uer KICK. Vikings Top Giants, 21-7 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Minnesota launched three long marches for touchdowns and throttled the New York Giants' offensive efforts with an aggressive defense to claim a 21-7 victory in the National Football league ex-h i b i t i o n opener for both teams Saturday night. The Vikings repelled an early New York thrust directed by Y. A. Tittle, then smothered all efforts of rookie quarterback Henry Schichtle of Wichita to get the Giants moving the rest of the game. Tittle directed the Giants on only three series and completed only eight pass attempts for 13 yards. He had one intercepted. Tittle engineered an 85-yard Giant march late in the first period which stalled at the Viking 12-yard line. j The Vikings marched 80 yards in 14 plays midwayj through the second period with fullback Bill Brown div ing over left tackle from a yard out for the score. Raiders (Continued from Page ID.) first 4 innings. Jamie Pierson stole home on Conte on the front end of a triple theft as the Packers took a 4-2 lead in the fifth. Dubuaue's ChiDDer Bills ..,n.j ; tu DoM wemeu IWU ...C i erS seventh. W, ley ' Hqi-iH nns run crnrprl nn a wiln 9 pitch. Fenderson singled home the run that made the;the team on July 1, and be- . A A 11. 11a.. . a j-i . n J m-k "K"- "CIUC1 3 the final one came in on Jack Hutchinson's single. Cedar Rapids will open a 4jthree - game set against Clin- Clinton will be playing without its fiery little manager, Don Bacon. He has been suspended for 15 days, effective July 28, by Minor League Czar Phil Piton as the result of an altercation with Umpire Larry Ellis at Fox Cities July 2. Ellis had his uniform torn in this scuffle and Bacon suf- jfered a head cut. Midwest jleague President Walter jWagner, who lives in Clinton, suspended Bacon for one who invoked the 15-day ban. Ralston, Froehling In Baltimore Net Final BALTIMORE (AP) Dennis Ralston and Frank Froehling, seeded one-two in the Middle Atlantic grass court tennis championships, scored straight set victories Saturday and moved into the finals. of .bcuie ""!gan making contacts in tne CLOSE 1964 MODEL Buicks, Oldsmobiles and Cadillacs ACT now.. they're going fast (We're getting ready for the 1965 Models) ALSO AVAILABLE ... A few 1964 Company Car$ . . All with new car guarantee . . . all with low mileage . . All in show room condition ... Most are air conditioned. First Avenue East 10th to 11th Sf. Open Monday & Thursday Evenings 'til 9 4b 1. 'f t. I . til II I I. . J 1 wt- it ' ft II I r ,:; v ML x 1 aT aa" ' .,! . ... k 1 W -ffc. V " f 1 ait I c ' Gazette photo by Alan Carter BOWLING, TOO Cedar Rapids Legion baseball members joined the Ft. William, Ontario, team for a little bowling Saturday before the two teams played a game at Memorial park. Standing, from left: Ray Adduono, manager of the Canadian team, and Bill Birkicht, Legion manager. Doing the scoring, from left: Bill McCulloch, general manager for Ft. William and Dale Penne, Legion captain. Traveling Canadians Top Legion Nine 8-0 The Lakehead Admirals, a unique group of travelers )m Ft. William, Ontario, Canada, evened its record for a iwo-aay stand in teoar ... , , , -.j r viLiuiy uvci uie vcuai itipius region leant ai memorial. park. The win for the Canadians boosted their record to 4-6 in their five-state trip that will include Minnesota, Illinois, Missouri and Wisconsin be- fore they wind up a 2,500 mile tour. The 14 players and two adults that comprise the squad will end the Iowa section of their tour at Davenport tonight. The 2,500 mile trip is un- usual in itself but the man- " ' hif-hit w aSrOnreived'ViCt0ry- He and Rick Hlady Uabron Hams. Jr er n m i , was conce.ved erf Cedar R twr h r is even more unusual. Ray Addunono organized . ..',! j live-state area ior me tour. The club has no sponsor, so the 14 players wno are an, The Legion wound up with still in school solicited the!a fi.9 record for the season. money in tne,, fort Arinuri Carrero Keeps JC Net Crown MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Defending champion Alberto Carrero of San Juan, Puerto Rico, repeated as' boys ti- 1 , f orH f q htnrnia r a n Dean Penero of Stockton, Calif., defeated top-ranked Jeff Brown of Carmichael, Calif., 9-11, 7-5, 6-4, 6-4 to take the junior men's title. Penero had ousted second-seeded Armistead Neely of Tampa, Fla., 8-6, 6-2 in Friday's semifinals. Marie Sidone of Pebble Beach, Calif., won the junior woman's championship with a 6-2, 6-4 triumph over Jocil Janas of Detroit. all l.u o.. v.c. " f Lakehead 001 034-8 tured the other three singles c- R- Le9ion ooo ooo-o crowns in the 11th Jaycee ! Ful,7nMcCM0irac k2; lS' dp'VV2: international junior tennis S i! LUdofLeVion'i5 tournament Saturday. ABnde7sonLi,90so h SB WaU9h- s IP H R ER BB SO Carrero defeated Doug Ver- Lw'o w 4 2 0 0 1 dieck of Redlands, Calif., 6-2,Ande"on l) .. , 5 10 a 3 Jit - 1 , Madden i, o 0 0 0 1 7-5 for his second Straight 16-i HBP - by Lasoso (Fulton); by An-, , , 1. Je.r50n (Hlady) 2. WP Anderson. T and-under championship. Imw. OUT if i Kapids Saturday with an 8-u -j i . J i and Ft. William area in On tario. A month after the team was organized, the players had raised enough money and Addunono had made the contacts that included the two-day stop in Cedar Rapids. Sa urdays win avenged a 10-7 loss to the same Legion team Friday at Daniels park. uary Lagoso pucnea ano batted the Canadians to the; T 1 1 ' Rapi hits and Lagoso went four-for-four at the plate. Bob Sells, and Dennv Lar- kin had the only two hjts forLarry crawtord th i poinn nin ,h;h riZ . j. - 'iiv, "iiju .iiucuiXKaipn om piano jts season in the 8-0 setback. x j0hn Lel9h,y Lakehead Admirals C. R. Lesion (8) (0) Ab H Rb Ab H Rb mcv.orm-K,ss 4 1 0 Lorenien,2b 2 0 Smith, lb 4 G. Lagoso, p,cf 4 Chuchm'h,2b 4 Adduoro.c 4 WauqhJb 3 Schelle.rf 3 1 3 i u burnes,c,jo 4 0 Penne, If 1 1 LighMf 1 2Sells,rf 1 2' Jamison, rf t 2 Fulton, lb 0 0 Madden, lb,p 0 I Miller, ss lsalat,c I Larkin,3b,ss ' 3 0 0, 2 0 0 1 o o1 2 1 Oi 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 , ! S Hotchk's,cf,lb (Anderson, p,cf 1 0 0 Totals 30 10 l Totals 19 - ' - 2 0 Now! Before Your Vacation! low can SAVE ... and 5 '" 1LV Nov! Get Our mm Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth Incl. Labor and Lining Check Bearings v Check Wheel Cylinders Check Grease Seals " Add Brake Fluid Adjust Brakes Check Drums -K Lining Guaranteed 30,000 Miltt All Work Guarantee) ALL OTHER CARS . . $18.88 OPEN 7:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. DAILY GENERAL TIRE SERVICENTER. m eighth Avenue be EMpire 3-8291 The Cedar Rapids 3D Gazette: San., Aug. 9, 1964 Cal Swanson Cops Downs Stock Race Cal Swanson of Waterloo followed up a win in the third heat race with a fea ture victory as part of the modified stock car competition Saturday night at Hawkeye Downs before a crowd of 3,500. Dale McDonald, 41, of Monticello, suffered a brain concussion and cuts in an accident just prior to the feature race Saturday night. McDonald was taken to St. Luke's hospital, where his condition was reported as "fair." Out -of -staters dominated the Semi-main event, won by Del Williams of Moline, 111 Trailing second -place Gene Reineker of Manchester was Mert Williams of Austin, Minn. Ron Prymek of Iowa Cily had things much his way in the novice competition by winning his heat race and the feature. Bill Kemp of Marion was second in the feature. First heat novice I. Bill Kemp, iWanon, 2. Vern Novak, C.R.; 3. Pat Coughlan, CM. Second heat l, Ralph Bently, C.R.; ?, Glen Varner, C.R.; 3. Red Hannover, C R I Third heat 1. Ron Prymek, Iowa City, 2 Ron Fisher, C.R.; 3. Jerry Mabie, C R. ' ' Feature 1 Prvmek; 2 Kemp: 3. Fisher, 4. Jerry Pearson, C R ; 4. Max Overturf, C R. Trophy dash -- 1. Red Droste, Wa-terloo; 2 Ben Hoter, Davenport; 3. John woss, lowa iiTy. First heat modified - 1 Ralph Herman, Guttenburq; 2. Bill Zwanziger, Waterloo; 3. Ray Guss, Moline, III. Second heat 1. Cal Swanson, Waterloo; 2. Jim Gerber, Davenport; 3. Tom Hughes, Monticello. Third -heat 1. Darrel Dake, C R ; 2 Jerry Reinhart, Moline, III.; 3. Ben Semi 1. Del Williams, Moline, III.; Gens Reineker, Manchester; 3. Mert wniiams. Austin, Minn.; 4. Moss. Feature 1. Swanson; 2. Hughes; Hofer; 4. Reinhart; 5. M. Williams; Dick Krafka, Dysart. Harris, Father Bid for Crown DAVENPORT (AP) A father-son battle shaped up in the first Quad Cities Open anlf fnnrnamonf fi i rrl a r a c Ubron Harris.' ir.. of Still- water, Okla., led the field !with a fi8 and his father tied with four others at 69. THf LeanFRt Dayton Olson Frank James Earl Wilde Ken Kalina ! Len Woodward Max Shelton Herb Marccussen Willie Brown x-Denotes Amateur. j Juan's Homecoming To Be Later in Week SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - o Juan Marichal, San Francis- o co Giants pitching ace, will J. be released from a New York hospital Monday but won't return to the team until late in the week, the National league club said Saturday. Marichal is being treated for strained back muscles. It was reported that Marichal is coming along fine but needs additional rest. II 1 " - l TIRE JJ Special " $11488 69 69 69 ,69 , 69 . 69 70 70 70 71 71 71 71 71 LI I, V V t- . . . . X. . - ' "i ij .v . " a -A -X a a a ft.-i , irk. A ri fi A .jlAXA. 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