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Mets Clip Reds— Mahaffey Strikes Out 10 As Phils Defeat Braves By GEORGE C. LANGFORD UPI Sports Writer Art Mahaffey's shoulder still aches, but his pitching may relieve the painful memory of the 1964 season for the Philadelphia Phillies. Mahaffey has been troubled with his right shoulder for the past two seasons. It was doubtful this spring whether the 26- year-old hurler would be of much use in the Phillie's bid to capture the National League pennant which eluded them by a game last year. Manager Gene Mauch brought Mahaffey around slowly this spring, not allowing him to pitch in a single game for the first two weeks of the season. He didn't get his first start until last Sunday. Friday night, however, Mahaffey turned all eyes when he struck out 10 Milwaukee Braves and yielded only five hits en route to his second consecutive victory 5-2. Baseball Scoreboard (United Press International) National League W. L. Pet. Los Angeles 19 Cincinnati 16 Houston 16 Philadelphia 14 Milwaukee 12 San Francisco 14 Chicago 13 St. Louis 12 New York 11 Pittsburgh 9 11 14 13 12 .679 .593 .533 .519 .500 .500 .481 .462 .407 GB 4 4% 5 5 5>/2 6 7% 14 14 14 16 19 .321 10 Friday's Results New York 5 Cincinnati 3, night PhDadelphia 5 Milwaukee 2, n St. Louis 8 Pittsburgh 7, night Chicago 2 Los Angeles 1, night San Francisco 2 Houston 1, n Saturday's Probable Pitchers Cincinnati at New York — O'Toole (0-4) vs. Cisco (0-0) or Kroll (2-1). I Chicago at Los Angeles—Ellsworth (3-2) vs. Osteen (3-3). Milwaukee at Philadelphia — Blasingame (2-3) vs. Bunning (2-3). Houston at San Francisco — Dierker (1-0) vs. Herbel (2-2). St. Louis at Pittsburgh—Stallard (1-1) vs. Law (0-4). Sunday's Games Cincinnati at New York, 2 Chicago at Los Angeles, 2 Milwaukee at Philadelphia Houston at San Francisco, 2 St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 2 American League W. L. Pet. GB Chicago 18 8 .692 ... Minnesota 17 8 .680 % Detroit 15 11 '577 3 Los Angeles 16 12 .571 .3 Baltimore 15 12 .556 3% Cleveland 12 11 .522 4% Boston 11 14 -440 6% New York 11 16 .407 7% Washington 10 18 .357 9 Kansas City 5 20 .200 12% Friday's Results Det. 12 Bos. 8, 10 ins, night New York 9 Balti. 3, night Cleveland 2 Wash. 1, night Chicago 2 Los Ang. 1, night Minnesota 5 Kan. City 3, night Saturday's Probable Pitchers Minnesota at Kansas City — Boswell (1-2) vs. Talbot (4-2). Los Angeles at Chicago — Chance (3-1) vs. Howard (2-1). Cleveland at Washington — Siebert (3-1) vs. Narum (2-3). New York at Baltimore — (night) — Stottlemyre (3-2) vs. Barber (1-3). Detroit at Boston — Lolich (4-2) vs. Lonborg (1-1). Sunday's Games Minnesota at Kan. City, 2 Los Angeles at Chicago, 2 Cleveland at Washington. 2 New York at Baltimore Detroit at Boston, 2 The Chicago Cubs trimmed t h e National League-leading Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1, San Francisco edged Houston 2-1, St. Louis overcame Pittsburgh 8-7, and New York beat Cincinnati 5-3 in other NL games. In the American League Detroit stopped Boston 12-8 in 10 innings, New York blasted Baltimore 9-3, Cleveland: toppled Washington 2-1, the Chicago White Sox beat the Los Angeles Angels 2-1 and Minnesota defeated Kansas City 5-3. Mahaffey, who once struck out 17 batters in a nine-inning game, has resigned himself to the fact that he may have to live with some pain in his shoulder for the rest of his career. However, he has looked very strong in his two starts and he seems to have licked his control problems. He walked' only three Braves. Record Slipped The lanky righthander won 19 games for the seventh-place Phillies in 1962 before slipping: to a 7-10 mark in '63 and a 12-9 record in '64. Dick Stuart started a three- run fifth inning with a homer off loser Billy O'Dell (1-2) who Athletes Honored At Burney Approximately 125 persons attended the athletic banquet honoring basketball, track and baseball team members Friday evening at the Burney school auditorium. The event was sponsored by the Burney Booster Club with Dan Carmichael, club sponsor, ierving as master of ceremonies. A film of the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo were shown by the Rev. Frank Guyatt of Dublin. The following trophies were presented by Coach Dick Naylor: Baseball, batting, Charles Elliott, and most valuable players, Steve Nugent and Charles Elliott T basketball, free throw shooting percentage, Whin Ison, top re- bounder, Ed Dance, most valuable player, Ison, and co-captains. Ison and Danny Kennedy; track, most accumulated points, John Elliott, and most valuable trackman, Burtis Hicks. Cheerleader awards were presented to Marcia Green, Barbara Miers, Joyce Davis and Letha Best. Richard Howe introduced members of his fifth and sixth grade basketball team and Randall Ervin, members of his seventh and eighth grade and B teams. The junior high sportsmanship trophy went to Max Israel and the B team sportsmanship trophy to Mike Gross. Principal Forrester Ison complimented the athletes for their sportsmanship and called them as a "fine group of representatives for the school." Pacific Coast League Eastern Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Indianapolis .. 17 9 .654 — Oklahoma City Denver San Diego Arkansas Salt Lake City 1 5% 1810 .643 1711 .607 12 15 .444 816 .333 8 8 19 .296 9% Western Division W. L. Pet. G.B. 1710 .629 14 11 .560 2% 1411 .560 1213 .480 11 17 .393 1016 .385 2'/ 2 4 6% 6% Tacoma Portland Seattle Vancouver Hawaii Spokane Friday's Results Seattle 7 Spokane 4 Vancouver 7 Tacoma 0 Hawaii 8 Portland 7 Oklahoma City 14 Arkansas 0 Indianapolis at Salt Lake City ppd., rain San Diego at Denver, ppd., rain Today's Schedule Indianapolis at Salt Lake City 2 games. Spokane at Seattle Tacoma at Vancouver 2 games. Hawaii at Portland San Diego at Denver Arkansas at Oklahoma City Nicklaus Is On Top at New Orleans NEW ORLEANS (UPI) — In case anyone had begun to worry that success might spoil Jack Nicklaus, he can forget it. He can also find big Jack at the top of the heap of the $100,000 New Orleans Open golf tournament going into today's third round'. Nicklaus shed himself of two hangers-on Thursday and fired a three-under-par 69 to take a two-stroke lead at the halfway point. His 36-hole total is a cool 134. 10 strokes under regulation. Tied for the second spot was a foursome of Bill Martindale, Homero Blancas, Tom Carmichael and Ray Floyd. Martin- a'ale had shared the first round lead with Nicklaus and Gene Littler by firing a course record-breaking 65, but had to settle for a one-under-par round of 71 Friday. Littler, meanwhile, turned in a 73 and fell into a tie for fourth place at 138. Bob McAllester, Bruce Devlin, Miller Barber, Jackie Cupit and Dick Lytle held down third place with 137s, along with George Knud'son who captured the second spot in the Colonial Invitation at Fort Worth earlier this week. retired the first 12 batters. The Phils followed with five singles for two more runs and Mahat- fey had all the margin he needed. Johnny Lewis and Charlie Smith homered, to provide Al Jackson and the Mets with their triumph over Cincinnati: Lewis drove in three Met runs with his homer and a single, and Smith hit a double and homer to end a nine-game losing streak against the Reds dating back to last September. The losing pitcher was Joe Nuxhall. Bob Buhl allowed only three hits before being lifted for a pinchhitter in the ninth inning and Ted Abernathy protected his one-run lead in the ninth for the Cubs. Buhl (4-2) holds more life-time wins (30) over the Dodgers than any other active pitcher. Ron Santo provided the winning margin with a sixth-inning home run. John Purdin was the loser. Homer Wins Game Jim Hart hit a lead-off ninth- inning home run off Ken Johnson to provide Gaylord Perry with his second victory in four decisions. Perry allowed only four hits and struck out eight for the Giants. Eddie Kasko singled in the only Houston run in the second inning. The Giants tied it in the sixth on a double by Willie McCovey and infield hit by Willie Mays and a double play grounder hit by Hart. The Cardinals whipped the Pirates for the 13th straight time with a two-run rally in the ninth inning. Ken Boyer walked, Dick Groat tripled and Bill White singled against loser Al McBean, Donn Clendenon stroked a two-run homer off Cards' starter Ray Sadecki, a 20-game winner last season, who was blasted from the mound for the sixth straight time this season without a win. KATHY LEADS MUSKOGEE, Okla. (UPI)— Kathy Cornelius, who has expenses most others on the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour don't have, carried a three-stroke lead into today's second round of the $9,500 Muskogee Civitan Open. Cincinnati 003 000 000—3 6 0 New York Oil Oil lOx—5 11 1 Jay, Nuxhall (5), Arrigo (7) and . Pavletich. Jackson.. (2-4) and Gonder. Loser — Nuxhall (0-1). HRs — Harper (3rd), Lewis (2nd), Smith (1st). Youth Killed In Crash at Greenfield By United Press International Two persons were killed in Indianapolis area accidents today, raising the 1965 traffic fatality toll to at least 489 compared with 400 a year ago. John Thomas Chappelow, 19, Indianapolis, was killed and two other persons were injured on U. S. 49 east of Greenfield when a truck in which they were riding struck the rear of a car. Ronald Bennett, Indianapolis, driver of the small truck, said he apparently dozed a moment and suddenly saw the car in front of him. He swerved but failed to avoid a collision. Ronald Below, 18, Indianapolis, was injured, along with Bennett. Robert Saiola, 39, Westerly, R. I., driver of the car, was not hurt. A woman was killed earlier on the Indianapolis north side. Barbara Denton, 28, Indianapolis, was killed and two 16- year-old girls were injured when the car in which they were riding went out of control and hit a utility pole. Injured were Donna Barker, R. R. 2, Spencer, and Patty Redmond, Indianapolis. TITLE ON LINE MARACAIBO (UPI) — Carlos Hernandez of Venezuela places his world junior welterweight title on the line tonight against Mario Rositto, a man the champion said he'll knock out within five rounds. The 15-round bout is the first defense for Hernandez since he won the title on a disputed decision over Eddie Perkins ot^ Chicago on Jan. 18. OUT OF ACTION MILWAUKEE (UPI) — The Milwaukee Braves announced Friday that shortstop Dennis Menke will be sidelined 10 days to two weeks with a knee sprain. Menke was injured Thursday night in a home plate collision with Pittsburgh Pirate catcher Jim Pagliaroni. Jones Fails To Place in Re} Greensburg High School's Danny Jones, who won both the 100 and 220ryard dashes in the South Central. Conference track meet and second in the 220 at the Richmond Sectional last week, failed to place in this event at the Indianapolis regional Friday. Brown, of Muncie Central, won the 200 in the time of 21.9 seconds. Finishing behind him were Highbaugh of Indianapolis Washington, Mullin of Noblesville and Black of Scecina. In Greensburg's final track meet of the season Tuesday at Franklin Central in Marion County, Jones set a new local record of 22.4 seconds for the 220. Anderson won the Indianapolis regional with 32 points, Indianapolis Washington was second with 21 and Richmond third with 11. Other regionals were won by host Fort Wayne North, defend- Patterson Wins; Seeks Title Clash STOCKHOLM (UPI) — Floyd Patterson, one step closer in his dream of regaining the world heavyweight title he has owned twice, can only wait now. Whether. Patterson, who stopped Tod Herring of Houston, Tex., in 40 seconds of the third round Friday night, gets another shot at the title depends on who wins in Lewiston, Maine, May 25. On- that night Sonny Liston tries to win back the crown from Cassius Clay. If Clay retains it, Patterson has a good chance at a title shot. If Liston wins it back, Floyd, the only man to regain the heavyweight crown, can forget about a third time. Patterson lost two one- round title fights to Liston and has no desire to face Liston again. Patterson, weighing 1% pounds, toyed with Herring, ing state champion Gary Roose- leveling a two-fisted barrage at velt at Gary and New Albany at j the Texan, who weighed 212. Linton. Top individuals and relay teams from the regionals will compete in the state meet at Indianapolis next Saturday. Referee Ted Waltham, secretary of the British Boxing Board, stopped the fight in the third' round of the scheduled 10- The Gary regional produced [rounder with Herring still on one all-time Indiana high school record and one .all-tune regional mark while another all-time regional mark was set at Indian-! Waltham said. " ,. T1-.4-4-n«nnn apolis. his feet. "He was so shaky that he didn't know where he was," Mark Gibbens of West Lafayette set a new all-time Indiana Patterson, who probably would have lost a shot at the title if Herring had beaten him, mile record of 4:16.1. Don Van- collected $35,000 and Herring drey of Valparaiso, who set the old all-time record of 4:16.4 Tuesday at LaPorte, finished second behind Gibbens. Roosevelt's half-mile relay team set a new all-time regional mark of 1:28.6, breaking the old record of 1:29.1 which the' Panthers set last year. North also bettered the old record with a clocking of 1:28.7. Charles Huston of Madison Heights set a new ali-,.rne regional shot put record of 61 feet 1% inches at Indianapolis. Russ Garriott of Hobart set the old record of 59 feet 9% inches in 1956. took home about 110,000. Patterson has now won 45 bouts and lost four. »ACE2 Gmmsbu* (hri.) D-ly News, Saturday, May 15,1965 Dies After Surgery— Rookie Pitcher Is Victim of Cancer INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI)— The major league career of rookie pitcher Dick Wantz lasted for only one inning so far as his official statistics were concerned, and then cancer brought it to a close. The promising 25-year-old relief hurler died Thursday night after undergoing surgery for a cancerous, brain tumor. •His Los Angeles Angels teammates were in Minnesota, where they received the report that Wantz was to undergo the surgery a few hours before the tall hurler was wheeled into the operating room. And Manager Bill Rigney told club executives in Los Angeles that many a prayer was said. Wantz's only appearance in a major league game was in the Angels' home opener against Cleveland in which he worked one inning. It was on the subsequent road trip that he began complaining of headaches. As a result, he was hospitalized in Detroit before being sent home. Early tests did not show the brain tumor but the headaches continued and he was placed on the disabled list last week. Wantz entered Daniel Freeman Hospital -Wednesday for addi- Preakness Today— Lucky Debonair Is 7-5 Favorite Speedway POWER CAPACITY NEW YORK — In a single second the U. S. power industry can generate enough energy for an average U. S. family for five years. By RAY AYRES UPI Sports Writer BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) — Lucky Debonair, back at the physical peak which carried , him to victory in the Kentucky (Continued from page one) J Derby, shoots for the second . ,. T 'jewel in racing's Triple Crown (EOT). First in line was_Len,J pjmlico to | in t „ e Sutton, Portland, Ore., in a • --- rear-engine machine. At least a dozen and possibly 20 cars may make 10-mile trial runs, and Foyt and Clark were tabbed as the speedsters to beat in the race against the clock. Weather permitting, both were expected to crash the 160 miles per hour barrier—a feat never accomplished officially at the Speedway. Foyt Fastest Foyt, the national driving king from Houston. Tex., and' the defending "500" champ, turned in the fastest practice laps late Friday, an unofficial 161.7 mph. Clark, who last year became the first foreign driver since 1919 to win the pole spot and at a record average, had a best lap of 160.228 mph. The former Grand Prix world champion from Scotland set one and four-lap records last year of 159.377 and 158.828 mph, respectively. Foyt and Clark are driving similar rear - engine Lotus- Fords. Other touted drivers expected to qualify today at or near record speeds included Dan Gurney, former "500" winner Parnelli Jones, Al Miller and rookies Mario Andretti and Bill Foster, the latter a Canadian. Miller, one of the top Canadian sters in practice, said; flatly that speeds of 162 mph will be necessary to win the pole position. Other drivers were more cautious but indicated they felt Clark's records will be smashed barring adverse weather conditions. Crashes Mar Practice Dress rehearsal practice Friday was marred by two crashes but the drivers escaped serious injury. Veteran Don Branson, 44. a grandfather from Champaign, 111., lost control of his rear-engine machine coming out of the southwest turn, hit the outside retaining wall ana' shot across the track into the infield. While the car was damaged, Branson leaped from the cockpit unhurt. Shortly before practice closed, Ebb Rose, Houston, Tex., spun in the northwest turn and one of the powerful eight-cylinder Novis plowed into him broadside. Handsome Bobby Unser, Albuquerque, N.M., a member of a famed racing family, suffered minor injuries and his Novi machine may be sidelined i for the weekend. Rose was not injured but his rear-engine car was also damaged. The qualifications will continue Sunday and will be concluded next weekend with the 33 fastest combinations lining up for the flying start of the race May 31 for a record jackpot of more than $500,000. | running of the $180,000 Preak- jness Stakes. ' 'Eight other 3-year-olds, six of them victims of Lucky Debonair's winning run at Churchill Downs on May 1, challenged Mrs. Ada L. Rice's colt who just two days ago was a doubtful starter because of a swollen ankle. But the swelling is gone — Lucky Debonair turned in a final impressive workout with no after effects — and he was pronounced fit and ready for the testing mile and three-sixteenths race by his trainer and his veterinarian. Ready to face Lucky Debonair again were Ogden Phipp's Dapper Dan, Raymond Guest's Tom Rolfe, Albert Warner's Native Charger, Mrs. Ben Cohen's Hail To All, Earl Allen's Swift Ruler and Isidor Bierber's Flag Raiser. Lawrence Katz's Selari and Abraham Savin's Needles Count, the new comers to the classics, complete the field. A cloudy but warm day and a fast track were forecast with a crowd of 38,000 expected. Jockey on His Own In the l J /4-mile Kentucky Derby, Dapper Dan was a fast closing second and missed catching Lucky Debonair by a neck. Tom Rolfe was third after being blocked on the stretch turn. Native Charger, bumped slightly on the club house turn, was fourth with Hail To All fifth, Swift Ruler seventh and Flag Raiser, who set the pace for a mile, and was eighth. Willie Shoemaker rides Lucky Debonair again and is on his own as he takes the son of Vertex to the post at 5:46 p.m. (EOT). "Shoemaker won two derbys 3 PIECE PICNIC SET COMPLETE— 6' Table and 2 Benches — 195 3 pc. set of heavy IW sen- nine redwood thoroughly seasoned sturdy sawbuck S loot table and matcfcing benches. 8 foot size J39.95. Come In and see our complete Hne of leisure time furniture. BUY ON EASY TERMS. COMPLETEMOMC FURNISMMS West Side Square. Ph. 662-1371 with him (the Santa Anita and Kentucky Derbys) and I never gave him any orders. I am not going to start now," said trainer Frank Catrone. Lucky Debonair was listed as favorite at 7-5 to take the winner's purse of $128,100, the richest prize in the Triple Crown series climaxed with the Belmont Stakes on June 5. Second place was worth $30,000 with $15,000 to third and $7,500 to fourth. The second choice was Tom Rolfe at 3-1 with Canadian rider Ronnie Turcotte again in the saddle. At 5-1 was Flag Raiser who once again was expected to set the early pace. Flag Raiser was r.ct able to get clear in the Kentucky Derby when Lucky Debonair challenged him from the early lead and went on to win. Bowling News Dick tional tests which showed a brain tumor. Surgery was ordered but the doctors discovered both sides of his brain had the cancerous condition and he never regained consciousness from the operation. Local Golfers Are WeU Down in FieH The local entry in the state high school sectional golf meet at Anderson Friday had a team score of 344, finishing well down in the field. Individual scores of, the Greensburg linksmen were: Pete Smith, 81; Jim Sturgis, 85; Danny Barker, 86; and BUI Shaw, 92. The Tree City golfers, coached by John Wood, won two of six dual meets this spring. Anderson Madison Heights won the sectional title with a team score of 294. Lebanon was second with 299. Both qualified for the state finals meet next Saturday at Indianapolis, along with Paul Bessler-of Batesville, who took medalist honors at the Anderson affair with a 68. The lowest team score, 287, in nine sectional meets was turned hi by Southport at the Indianapolis regional, and 15-year-old freshman Jack Miles of Corydon had the fewest strokes of any of the individual qualifiers, a 65, four strokes better than his nearest rival for medalist honors in the Jasper meet. Jim Hoover, Twin Lakes, carded a hole in one on the 215-yard No. 10 in the Logansport meet. NATS BUY BRIDGES WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Washington Senators purchased pitcher Marshall Bridges from Hawaii Friday and optioned relief hurler Jim Duckworth to their Pacific Coast League farm club. Duckworth had no decisions this season and posted a 4.91 earned run average. MILDENBERGER WINS FRANKFURT, Germany, (UPI) — Karl Mildenberger's first defense of his European heavyweight title was successful, but perhaps not impressive enough for a shot at Ernie Terrell's World Boxing Association crown.' Mildenberger of West Germany, ranked sixth in The Ring magazine ratings, out- pointed Italy's Piero Tomasoni in a 15-round bout Friday night but had to rally late to gain the decision. *•» 1 West Bowl Lanes Wednesday Night League Final Standings Pts. Dairy Queen 84 Davis Bros. D-X 80 Muncie Bread 78 City Restaurant 67 Ranch Supermarket 61 Union Bank & Trust 50 High series: John Tumilty, 545; John Snedeker, 540; Wayne Davis, 529; Floyd Hamer and Sy Kohrman, 511. High games: Wayne Davis, 224; John Snedeker, 204 and 201; John Tumilty, 201; Harold, Oliger, 199. 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