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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1963 Houston Hurler Is "Dodger-Killer" FarrellAnd Colts Halt Dodgers; Cards 3te Bade By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer Dick Farrell is a big, strong, right-handed pitdher who makes a living beating the Los Angeles Dodgers. Oh, sure, he does other things, even boating other clubs from time to time, to earn his paycheck from the Houston Colts. But beat ing the Dodgers is the big item and the one in which ho takes the most pleasure. He did it again Friday night, putting together a solid six-hitter in a 4-1 Houston triumph over the faltering National League leaders. The loss, the Dodgers' sixth in eight games, lopped a full game off their lead and reduced it to 3Ms lengths over the St. Louis Cadinals. It was Farrell's third victory of the season over his onetime teammates, about whom he had some harsh words when they dealt him away in the expansion draft. The Cards closed up on a 3-2 decision over Philadelphia. They pulled out of a tie for second place when the Chicago Cubs surprised San Francisco 12-11 in 10 innings. Cincinnati blanked Pittsburgh 3-0 while the New York Mets and Milwaukee Braves split a pair. The Braves won the opener 8-0 and the Mets salvaged the nightcap 3-1 in 11 innings. Farrell is 13-6 against the Dodgers for a career and 3-1 this sea- eon. He struck out three Friday night, walked two and had a four- hitter going into the ninth when the Dodgers collected a couple of harmless singles. A two-run second-inning homer by Jim Wynn gave him all the working room he needed in beating Don Drysdale. A spectacular, eighth-inning defensive play by Curt Flood saved the game for the Cards. The Phillies had one run home and John Callison, representing the tying run, on second base when Tony Gonzales doubled off tine right- center field wall. Flood made a quick recovery, hit cut-off man Julian Javier, who threw out the sliding Callison at the plate. Ray Sadedd spaced six hits over the eight innings he worked to win it. The Cubs rallied fo six runs in the eighth inning to tie it against the Giants, then won it on Jim Schaffer's two-out single in the Follow Last Sunday's Script Cubs Won't Quit, Rally To Shave Giants 72-7 7 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B, New York ....... 66 38 .635 — Chicago 60 46 .566 7 Baltimore 61 49 .555 8 Minnesota . 58 49 .542 9% Boston 54 52 .509 13 Cleveland . 53 56 .486 15% Los Angeles .... 53 59 .473 17 Kansas City .... 48 58 .453 19 Detroit 44 59 .427 21% Washington .... 38 69 .355 29% Friday's Results Baltimore 5, New York 3 Boston 5-3, Washington 0-4 Minnesota 10, Kansas City 3 Detroit 10, Cleveland 9 Chicago 5, Los Angeles 1 Today's Games Cleveland at Detroit (N) Baltimore at New York Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Minnesota at Kansas City (N) Boston at Washington (N) Sunday's Games Chicago at Los Angeles Minnesota at Kansas City Cleveland at Detroit (2) Bostonat Washington Baltimore at New York (2) Monday's Games No regular games scheduled Hal of Fame exhibition at Cooperstown, N.Y.—Boston (AL) vs. Milwauke (NL). National League W. L. Pet. G .B, Los Angeles .... 64 43 St. Louis 61 47 San Francisco 60 48 Cincinnati 58 52 inn. A.- i. r, cv, . r iPhiladelphia .. 56 52 10m, wh^ch scored Ron Santo. Leo \ Iilwauk ^ 55 55 Burke ha da three-run pinch hi Pittsburgh 52 54 homer and Ellis Burton a two-run • r .,, t , tnn " 49 #57 homer in the Cubs' big rally that ouston - *' wiped out an 11-5 Giant lead. .565 3% .556 4% .527 7% .579 8% .500 10% .491 11% .385 23 .315 30% CHICAGO (AP)—The Chicago Cubs liked the script they used in the second game of a doubleheader against St. Louis so well last Sunday that they decided to ceep it. It came in handy because they did about the same thing to San Francisco Friday, winning 12-11, •fllas they did to the Cardinals near- *j]|ly a Week ago. Against St. Louis the Cubs bounced off an 11-6 deficit in the seventh inning and went on to club the Cardinals 16-11 for a doubleheader sweep. Against the Giants, the Cubs were down 11-5 when they erupted for six runs in the eighth to tie the game, going on to win it on Jim Schaffer's run-scoring single with two out in the 10th. Schaffer singled home the first run in the big eighth. Leo Burke then hit a pinch three-run homer and Ellis Burton followed with a two-run homer to pull the game into a tie. The Cubs now have defeated San Francisco six times in seven games played in Chicago and will send Bob Buhl (9-8) against the Giants today. San Francisco will counter with Jack Sanford (10-11). Sanford started against the Cubs Friday and was knocked out in the first inning before retiring a man as the Cubs took a 3-0 lead on Billy Williams' three-run homer. The Chicago White sox pulled within seven games of the league- leading New York Yankees with a 5-1 triumph over Los Angeles Friday night. The Yankees lost to Baltimore, 5-3. Juan Pizarro recorded his 13th victory against five defeats on a nifty seven-hitter. Rookie Tom McCraw led the White Sox' 10-hit attack with a pair of singles and a triple. The Sox play the Angels again tonight and will pitch Gary Peters (10-5) against Ken McBride (127). Ruth Jessen Has Lead At Milwaukee 11 MILWAUKEE (AP) — Veteran fro Ruth Jessen held a two-stroke lead over traveling companions Kathy Whitworth and Marilynn Smith today as the $12,500 Milwaukee Women's Open Golf Tournament entered the third round on a tricky, testing course. The 27-year-old Miss Jessen, a| former University of Seattle star who turned pro in 1956, struggled to a one-over-par 73 for a 36-hole total of 141 Friday as scores soared at the North Shore Country Club. Miss Whitworth, seeking a second straight tournament victory after winning the Wolverine Open last Monday, added a 73 to her opening 70 for a 143. Miss Smith, the second leading money winner this year, conquered par with a 71 after starting with a 72. The 6,508-yard course didn't test most of the nation's top women golfers in the first round. However, heavy rain during the night and a thundershower just before the start of the second round turned the layout into a severe test. Mickey Wright, back on the circuit after a two-week vacation at her home in Dallas, continued to show the effects of the layoff. She explained her "timing is off" after carding a 78 for a 154 total. Veteran Shirley Spork, who had an opening 70, took a 75 in the second round and was fourth at the halfway mark of the tourna' ment which has a first prize of $2,000. . ;w York 34 74 . Friday's Results Chicago 12, San iFrancisco (10 innings) Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 0 St. Louis 3, Philadelphi a2 Houston 4, Los Angeles 1 Milwaukee 8-1, New York 0-3 (2nd 11 innings) Today's Games New York at Milwaukee Philadelphia at St. Louis San Francisco at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati Los Angeles at Houston (N) Sunday 's Games New York at Milwaukee San Francisco at Chicago Philadelphia at St. Louis (2) Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (2) Los Angeles at Houston (N) Monday 's Games San Francisco at Houston (N) Only regular game scheduled Jose Stable Vs. Kitten Hayward In Welter Fight SENATORS PUNCTURE 'MONSTER' Radatz Beginning To Weaken; Robin Roberts Again Stops Yankees. Machinists Win; 3 Teams Tied In Softball League Machinists rallied for three runs in the fifth inning to defeat Frostie 6-5 last night and throw the Mt. Vernon Softball League race into a three-way deadlock. Frostie, Machinists and Western Auto all have 12-5 records at the top of the league scramble. Frostie moved into a 3-0 lead last night on Clifford Hawkins' homer in the second frame and Mike McClure's triple with two men aboard in the third. Machinists came back with three in the bottom of the third on three walks and Jake Howell's double. Frostie made it 5-3 in the fifth when John Skelton walked and Danny Stover homored. Machinists got the winning tallies when Tate and Champ walked. Howell singled, and Darrell Passmore doubled. McClure had two safeties for Frostie and Howell had two blows for Machinists. Next week's schedule: Mon. — Mont-Ward, West Auto. Tues. — City, Machinists. Wed. — West. Auto, Frostie, Thurs. — Cdty vs. County (exhibition); Mont. Ward, Ski Fri. — City, Ski. Curt Flood Cuts Down Tying Run By MIKE RECHT ST. LOUIS (AP)—"If the play is one step short of perfect, he's safe at home," said Gene Mauch forlornly in the locker room after his Philadelphia Phillies lost 3-2 to the St. Louis Cardinals Friday night. The margin of victory came on a spectacular defensive play by the Cardinals that cut down the tying run in the eighth inning. St. Louis led 3-1 going into the eighth, but the Phillies pulled within one on Ruben Amero's double, a wild pitch, and a ground out. Then, after Cardinal starter Ray Sadecki walked Johnny Callison, Tony Ganzal ez slammed a double off the right center field wall. Curt Flood took the ball off the wall on one hop and hit cut-off man Julian Javier perfectly. Javier whirled and threw a perfect strike to catcher Tim McCarver, who tagged out the sliding Callison. Ron Taylor and Bobby Shantz finished up for Sadecki, who tired in the 90 degree heat. A walk to Charlie James, a single by George Altman and Javier's sacrifice fly gave the Cardinals a run in the second. They made it 3-0 in the fifth on safeties by McCarver and Flood, a throwing error by Am aro and Bill White's FBI hit. Ernie Broglio, 11-7, back in the starting rotation after a re lief performance this week, hurls for the Cardinals today against Cal McLish, 10-6, of the Phillies. Western Auto rallied for three runs in the sixth inning to defeat Ace Grocers, 3-2, in action on Khoury League's Junior Division field, last night. With the victory Western Auto is assured of at least a tie for first place Lowell Lloyd went all the way to register the win for Western Auto. The lefthander yielded five hits and struckout seven. Roger Williams absorbed the hard luck defeat. Williams also limited the 1™ T„ «„„ v,i*„ „j(,„„^ season, opens its pre-season iir- loop-leaders tohvehits and fanned. ^ \, defending champion £«• b . ut . n . eede ? r .? llef hel P &om lKaVisas City Chiefs taking on the Chargers in San Diego's Balboa NEW YORK (JB — Welterweight contender Jose Stable risks his hopes for a crack at champion Emile Griffith tonight when he faces Stanley Kitten Hayward, an unranked ambitious youngster, in a television 10 rounder at Madison Square Gar den. Stable, ranked second by the WBA and fourth by Ring Magazine, is the betting choice over the Philadelphian who is making his debut as a Garden headliner and television fighter. Hayward, 24, never has gone more than eight rounds in com-| The Mt. Vernon Coal Belt piling a 16-1-1 record, including team will play at Pinckneyville seven knockouts. His sole loss tomorrow afternoon in the was a decision to Bruce Gibson, double-elimination tourney, which he promptly avenged in his I Both Mt. Vernon and Pinck- next fight. He has won eight neyville have lost once in the straight. season-ending meet. The locals Stable, 22, has swept his last lost to Benton, then defeated four fights in boosting his record West Frankfort. P'ville fell to MTV Coal Belt Team Goes To P'ville Sunday American Grid Teams In 3 Games K.C. Chiefs Vs. San Diego, Houston Vs. Denver To night. Ron VanderKelen Is Ace All-Stars Upset Green Bay 2047 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The exhibition football season, off to a stunning start with the College All-Stars' 20-17 upset of the Green Bay Packers, picks up tempo tonight with the accent on the American Football League. The AFL, beginning its fourth opens its pre-season fir- Bill Kirk late in the game. Jerry Parsons delivered a pair of singles for the victors, while mates Terry Gamber, Bill Cox, and Lloyd each were credited with one base hit. Bob Waller smashed a double and single for Ace Grocers and Dan Lovin, Bob O'Dell, and Kirk hit safely to round out the losers' five-hit at tack. * * * Stadium and the Houston Oilers against the Broncos at Denver. Play shifts to Oakland on Sunday when the Boston Patriots meet the Raiders. The Chiefs won the AFL's third [title last year as the Dallas Texans in a playoff game with Houston that was the longest on record. San Diego goes into the game .with a prc-se;ison win string of Security Bank broke a 1-1 tie,12, having never lost in three MIDWEST LEAGUE Wisconsin Rapids 8, Quad Cities 2 called after seven innings, rain. > Clinton 4, Cedar Rapids 3 Quincy 10, Dubuque ti Decatur 13, Waterloo 6 Fox Cities 13, Burlington 9 ABC-TV, starting at 9 p.m., EST. at 11:15 tomorrow, to 20-2-1, including six knockouts. The Cuban now lives in New York. The bout will be telecast by Centralia, then downed Nashville in a second game. Mt. Vernon players should meet at Edson's service station "SPIRIT OF AMERICA"—Craig Breedlovc, 20, of Los Angeles, driver and owner of «Xh» Spirit of America" walks away from his speedster at Bonneville Suit Ftyts, Utah, •fetiiijt ft mioow»ful trial «»n of 849.6 MEH. (NEA Telephoto) Jack Rule Shoots 67 At St. Paul Young Iowa Pro Breaks Course Record For Halfway Lead. ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)-Jack Rule, who intends no pun, says he isn't playing it by the rule any more, and that's a major reason he's leading by a comfortable margin today in the St. Paul Open Golf Tournament. The 24-year-old Iowan carded a record-breaking 61 on the par-72 Keller course Friday for a halfway total of 128 and four-stroke bulge over second-place Jerry Pittman of Tulsa, Okla., at 132. Now in his second year of professional play a nd seeking his first tourney victory, Rule says he's playing a more aggressive game these days. "I got to the point where I was trying to play it too safe," he explained. "I was afraid to try anything, and wasn't getting anywhere. So I started to play offensive golf at Tucson (Ariz.) this year." His bankbook, still modest, backs him up. Since the Tucson tourney, Rule has been out of the money in only four of 19 tournaments. He's won $8,132.54, and only 5158.75 came prior to his new game of attack. He fired 11 birdies and seven pars in Friday's round, hitting all greens in regulation figures. His 61 broke the St. Paul Open record of 62 shared by three players. Rule's two-round total of 128 bettered the 129 set by Jerry Barber in 1956. The first-round leader, Jim Ferree of Corona, Calif., lost his putting touch and dropped 10 strokes off his opening 64. In third place, two strokes back of Pittman, was Don Fairfield of Perdido Bay, Fla., who added a 69 to his opening 65. Fred Hawkins, El Paso, Tex., was fourth with 70-65-135. The 36-hole cutoff score for the $35,000 tourney which carries first prize of $5,300 was 144, even par. Among those squeezing in at the limit were Dow Finsterwald, defending champion Doug Sanders, Joe Campbell and Jay and Lionel Hebe* with two runs on four straight hits in the sixth inning to halt UCT, 3-1, in Khoury play on Juvenile Division diamond last night. It was the 15th loss in row for winless UCT. Terry Swan hurled the full seven innings to receive credit for the victory. Swan, who scored Security's first run and drove home the tie-breaking tally, fired eight strikeouts. Tommy Carter with five strikeouts, was pinned with the defeat. Carl Wilkey led the victors with two singles as teammates Eddie Page, Jim Durham, Hayes, and Swan added safties to the offensive barrage. Larry Dolvig and Carter each pounded out a couple singles and Greg Bateman came through with a double for UCT. Today's game: (Playoff.) First National vs. American Legion. years of exhibition play. The Texans won the league title last year with a history making 20-17 sudden death overtime triumph over the Oilers, when Tommy Brooker kicked a 23-yard field goal in the second extra period. The game lasted 77 min- ; utes and 54 seconds. The New York Jets and Buffalo Bills will play their first games next week, when the 14- team National Football League starts pre-season play, i Regular AFL play starts Friday, Sept. 6, while the regular NFL season opens Saturday, Sept. 14. By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Dick (The Monster) Radatz still is hissing, but suddenly it's beginning to sound like he's sprung a leak. Punctured for the second straight time, the awesome Bos ton reliever met his match again in a David and Goliath setting as the Washington Senators popped their slingshots for a 4-3 victory in the second game of a doubleheader Friday night. The Red Sox took the opener 5-0 behind Earl Wilson's six-hit effort before Radatz was beaten for the first time since May 12. Oddly, both of Radatz' losses on a 12-2 record have been to Washington. He has beaten every other club in the American League. Making his 46th appearance, the 6-foot-5, 235-pound Radatz continued to hiss in his fast ball, but showed signs of weakening under the constant calls. In his last two outings, he has been roughed up for four runs and six hits in 3 2-3 innings. While Washington was peppering Radatz, Robin Roberts again turned in an effective performance against his former New York teammates, beating the American League-leading Yankees for the third straight time, 5-3. The Chicago White Sox moved to within seven games of the top by beating the Los Angeles Angels 5-1, Jim Hall drove in five runs in Minnesota's 10-3 walloping of Kansas City and Detroit made the most of Rocky Colavito's talents for a 10-9 edge over Cleveland. Houston cut Los Angeles' National League lead to 3Va games by downing the Dodgers 4-1, St. Louis took second with a 3-2 decision over Philadelphia, Chicago's Cubs upended San Francisco 12-11 in 10 innings, Cincinnati shut out Pittsburgh 3-0 and Milwaukee and New York split. The Braves won 8-0, and the Mets 3-1 in 11 innings. Wilson, 9-11 for the season, backed his own pitching in the opener with a three-run homer that put it out of reach before the Senators' newly acquired reliever, Ed Roebuck, came on to stop the Red Sox. Trailing 3-0 in the nightcap, the Senators struck for four runs in the seventh. Radatz came on after Jim King's two-run triple and gave up a sacrifice fly to Chuck Hinton that tied the score. He wound up a loser when Larry Osborne singled, moved to second on a walk and scored on Don Zimmer's single. Steve Ridzik was the winner. Roberts, released by the Yan kees without throwing a pitch in competition last season, spaced seven hits to bring his record to 10-9. John Powell tagged Whitey Ford, 16-5, for a first-inning hom-j er, then the Orioles put it away with a three-run fourth. Rookie Tom McCraw stroked a triple and two singles, stole a base and scored three runs for the White Sox and Juan Pizarro, 13-5, after limiting the Angels to seven hits. 'No Excuses' A Fine Team;' Vic Lombard i^ na * iona ^ tc ' evis -° n .^knee CHICAGO (AP) - The College All-Stars, in an amazing 20-17 upset victory, have proved the mighty Green Bay Packers can bo had. Their demonstration before 65,000 fans in Soldier Field and a national television audience Friday night should throw the 1963 National Football League race By JOE MOOSHIL £ & ™ K ,,J °mCAG0. CM») - "Wowee," The Green Bay dynasty, built tta. n i**" W A n Mft KN tw> successive NFL champion- «&*&«£tJ^ AU ; ships, may be showing a crack. K^SE- 1 ? ^unSS dres * ing At least the AllnStars, beating the Sfpf" LPILP ^vJST* P ros ior the first time since 1958 ntrtt £S ^n^LFf^T J™ 8 ? and only the ninth time in the iS &JPSSLZ**^ ^H"?™ 1 30-year history of the series, have reaction among me youngsters thp Packer* ippm human who had their Hirst taste of Pro-jjjfer all ^ acKers seem numan fessional l°o*all. And guiding the college senior JF &JSSg"' TlZ ^ tootball 6 greats of last Reason- the remarks shouted in the hrt T ho - now Tscatter tc ? ^ NFL and steamy shower^room. ' American League c ubs as pro Pat Richter, the All-America Efe™J V3Snf qU ^ ™fc ^ KgSl to3*S?S ?ta the Van* wasn't even drafted. But final quarter, admitted the Ml £ er J?* S S j 1 ™' ? Stars were onLv trvine for n first t" e ™ so Bowl game—although down the Badgers lost to USC despite "Never mind," hollered head his , record-making passing - he Coach Otto Graham, "we'll take ™ M en\y became popular. Winit. Sure, we were going for tihe " m B the bid for his services were first down but anytime you try the Minnesota Vikings, a play in football you're also try- After the Packers had grabbed ing to go all the way " a 7-0 lead in the opening five min- Graham moved through the u,es ,°y recovering a Larry Fergu- dressing room slapping the plav- son fumblc on the All-Stars 11 and ers on the back and congratulat. send >nK Jim Taylor across from ing them. "You know," said Graham, "a, . couple of days ago line coach" 1 "*? ~ Dick Stanfel said Ed Buddel Lions) >_ and tho P ass catching of (Michigan State) was our best of Paul Flatley (Northwestern-Vik- j 1 11 ^ 1 ii. _ in<*s) and Bob Jencks (Miami teteM , 5r&%SSS^Kcb& Bearsl-^nded with It's the best offensive line we *»& ia[e the {irst ^ rteT dosed have had since I've been coach-_ . » • jMncnupr ing here," said Graham whose Tommy Janik (Texas/^-Denver teams had suffered four straight Broncos) had stolen a BartSta* losses at the hands of the pro- " ass and returned it to the Packer the 6, Vandy steered his team 57 yards. The drive—behind the run- of Ferguson (Iowa-Detroit fessionals since an inaugural 35-19 27 - Vandy hit his Wisconsin team- victory over Detroit in 1958 mate. Pat Richter (Washington Graham refused to compare Redskins) for 21 yards. Then, in this squad with the 1958 team the first four seconds of the sec- saying, "That's too tough to do ond period, Ferguson barreled but I can't say enough about over from the 5, and Jencks add- these guys." ed the first of his two extra points Asked why he switched to to put the All-Stars ahead 10-7. Glynn Griffing of Mississippi in Green Bay's Tom Moore and the second half after Vander- Taylor lit a 59-yard pusli capped Kelen had guided the team effee- by Jerry Kramer's 21-yard field tively in the first half, Graham goal that locked the score 10-10. said he wanted to give somebody It stood that way at the half after else a chance. Jencks' field-goal attempt from "The fact that we had a couple the Packer 19 failed when de- of fumbles also went through my fleeted by Herb Adderly. MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (250 at bats)—Groat, St. Louis, .336; Clemente, Pittsburgh, .329. Runs — Aaron, Milwaukee, 81; White, St. Louis, 80. Runs batted in—Aaron, Milwaukee, 92; White, St. Louis, 77. Hits — Groat, St. Louis, 146; White, St. Louis, 139. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 32; Pinson, Cincinnati, 31. Triples—-Pinson, Cincinnati, 12; Brock and Williams, Chicago, Callison and Gonzalez, Philadelphia, and Javier and White, St. Louis, 7. Home runs—Aaron, Milwaukee, and McCovey, San Francisco, 31. Stolen bases—Pinson, and Robinson, Cincinnati, 24; Wills, Los Ageles, 23. Pitching (10 decisions)—Maloney, Cincinnati, 17-3, .850; Pcrra- noski, Los Angeles, 10-2, .833. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 195; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 182. Braves-Mets Split A Pair MILWAUKEE (AP) — Bob Hendley was a last-minute starter, took only a brief warm- up and then hurled the Milwaukee Braves to an 8-0 triumph over the New York Mets in the opening of a twi-night doubleheader Friday evening. Bob Sadovvski and Galen Cis co dueled to a 1-1 tie through 10 innings in the nightcap, but the Mets won it 3-1 in the 11th by pushing over a pair of runs at the expense of reliever Bob Shaw. Hendley was pressed into duty after Warren Spahn, scheduled to pitch the first game, suffered a new outbreak of elbow trouble and decided he couldn't do the job. American League Batting (250 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston .329; Kaline, Detroit, .315. Runs—Allison, Minnesota, 71; Kaline, Detroit, 66. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 70; Kaline, Detroit, 69. Hits—Yastrzemski, Boston, 126; Malzone, Boston, 124. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 31; Causey, Kansas City, 28. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, 11; Hinton, Washington, 10. Home runs—Allison, Minnesota, 24; Stuart, Boston, and Killebrew, Minnesota, 23. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 27; Wood, Detroit, and Hinton, Washington, 18. Pitching (10 decisions) — Radatz, Boston, 12-2, .857; Ford, New York, 16-5, .762. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, 141; Pizarro, Chicago, 132. mind. It was all a tossup who would start at quarterback. All four guys are good. Terry Baker (Oregon State) and Sonny Gibbs (Texas Christian) can both throw. "VanderKelen won the job the last few days. He and Griffing did so well I just didn't have a chance to use the others. I went back to VanderKelen because I felt he could do the job at that specific time." Vince Lombardi, coach of the Packers, said: "We have no excuses. That was a fine All-Star squad and VanderKelen is a great pro prospect. He handles himself exceptionally well." Lombardi said the Packers missed the services of injured linebacker Ray Nitschke and that full back Jim Taylor was not up to par. I tried to get Taylor out of there a couple of times but he managed to get back in there Our morale was high but we simply couldn't get going." After a scoreless third quarter, as Glynn Griffing (Mississippi- New York Giants) spelled Vander­ Kelen and got off some nifty passes, the All-Stars again took the lead, 13-10, on a 33-yard field goal by Jencks. Later, when Jerry Kramer's 37- yard field goal was wide for Green Bay, the most sensational play of the game developed. Vandy passed 20 yards to Richter near the sidelines, and the 6-foot-5 All-America end romped 53 more to score. The 73-yard play put the collegians on top 20-10. S NOW OPEN g ^ MILTON'S g 5 COCKTAIL ^ ^ LOUNGE g EMMERSON S£ HOTEL Register-News Golfers First The Register-News golf team won the Homestead league for the third lime in four weeks yesterday, scoring 16-under in the handicap competition. The WMIX team was runnerup at 10-under and the Post Office team was third at T-under. $37,J 76 Payoff MONTICELLO, N. Y. (AP)— An unidentified bettor won $37,116.10 on the twin double at Monticello Raceway Friday night, believed to be the highest ever at a harness track in New York State. The winning combination was 7, 1, 6 and 5 for the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth races. The Liberty Petroleum Cubs slipped by Bill Bullard's Elks Lodge Giants 3 to 2 in last night's National League action. Bobby Cook took the win for the Cubs in relief of Jackie Gatewood. Teddy Mannen was the hardluck loser for the Giants as he came in for Dave Spears. The Cubs rapped out 5 hits; a double by Gatewood and singles by Stevie Lee, Steve Roney, Steve Strickland, and Karl Albert. The Giants also had 5 hits; a double by Spears, and singles by Mannen, Hale, Miller, and Reinebach. * » » The 1st National Bank Tigers pounded the Brehm—Hanna Yankees 15 to 0 behind the 1-hit pitching of John Curtis. Woodrome singled for the only Yankee hit of the evening. Mike Ford was the starter and loser for the Yankees. He was relieved by John Wilkens in the 4th inning. Willie James pounded out a grandslam homer and a single, Kniffen had a double and a single in 4 trips to the plate, Willis had 2 doubles in 3 trips, and Gary Frazier had 1 for 2 to pace the winning attack. American Gals Have Chance In British Meet LONDON UP) — If the Ameri can track team can shake off its airplane legs in time, it can wind up its European tour with aj flourish here against a lightly regarded British squad today and Monday. Even the American girls, much maligned after a dismal failure in Moscow, have a chance to make their battle with the English girls close. The Americans, who flew in late Friday from Hannover, Germany, where they demolished a good West German team 141-82 last Wednesday and Thursday, are fit enough to run, but may be too track-weary to threaten any world marks. The teams will rest Sunday—a day off for sports in Britain and resume on Monday. Competition is at White City. Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING - Jim Maloney, Reds, posted victory No. 17—tied for high in the majors—with four- hitter, striking out 11 en route to 3-0 shut out of Pittsburgh. BATTING - Jim Hall, Twins, drove in five runs with three-run homer, run-scoring single and sacrifice fly in 10-3 walloping of Kansas City. I WILL BRING A MOUNTAIN TO MT. VERNON STOCK CAR RACES Every Saturday Night Time Trials 7:30 p.m. Races at 8:00 p.m. JEFFERSON COUNTY SPEEDWAY 5 Miles East of Mt. Vernon on Route 15 Adults $1.00 Children Undtr 12 FREE When accompanied by parent!. 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