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Dodgers Lose Two— Reds Back in First After Taking Pair from Braves By GEORGE C. LANGFORD UPI Sports Writer The Pittsburgh Pirates are through helping the other National League contenders catch up. Now they have their own designs on the pennant. The streaking Pirates, who have captured 10 of their last 11 games, jerked the league lead out from under Los Angeles Wednesday night by beating Dodger aces Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale, enabling the Cincinnati Reds to take over first place. By whipping the Dodgers twice, 3-2 in 11 innings and 2-1. the fifth-place Pirates moved within 2V-> games of the top and hurled the NL race into a chaotic state rivaling the 1964 stretch drive. Even seventh-place St. Louis was left only eight games behind in the wake of the benevolent Pirates' sweep. Come From Behind Cincinnati came from behind in the ninth inning of the first game for a 7-6 verdict over the Braves, then blanked Milwaukee 2-0 on the five-hit hurling 1800 COLORS for all MASONRY SURFACES Smooth, Easy-to-Apply N Uv-DM 1<)O% ACRYLIC i Masonry Paint TOUGH, WATER-REPEllENT COVERING...EASY TO APPLY For stucco, brick, concrete. | stone, cinder block, cement- asbestos siding, transite. Seeus/or ^ — *f \ fiU-DA anrf $ M- 0 J of/your paint' (IB 1 ing needs-r ^M' Pulse Lumber 314 V/EST MAIN ST. of Jim Maloney, putting the Reds on top by one percentage point. The Cardinals shut out Chicago 9-0, New York whipped Houston 4-1 then lost an 8-5 decision to the Astros in the second game. San Francisco at Philadelphia was postponed because of rain and rescheduled as part of a doubleheader this afternoon. In the American League, Minnesota clipped Detroit 5-2, Kansas City edged Cleveland 4-3, Washington outlasted Boston 8-7 and Los Angeles topped New York 7-6 in 12 innings. Chicago at Baltimore was postponed because of rain. They will play a doubleheader Thursday. The Pirates handed Koufax his third straight loss with a two out walk in the llth followed by Jim Pagliaroni's run- scoring double then trumped Drysdale, who hasn't beaten a first division team in six weeks, with two singles in the eighth and a ground ball which shortstop Maury Wills boosted. Breaks Strikeout Mark Koufax, as expected, broke his own National League strikeout record of 306, fanning 10 Pirates to increase his season's total to 313 — just 35 short of Bob Feller's major league mark. The Dodger southpaw allowed eight hits as he failed for the fifth time to win his 22nd. He is 21-7. Vern. Law scattered seven hits to win his 16th game and eighth straight in the nightcap. Joe Gibbon worked the final six innings of the opener, allowing three hits, .to win his fourth game. Tommy Helms, a rookie shortstop called up from San Diego last Friday after Chico Ruiz broke his ankle, tripled home the tying run with two- out in the ninth inning of the first game and scored the decisive tally for Cincinnati on Tommy Harper's single. Helms, who is five - for - five since being recalled, collected three more hits in the nightcap. Maloney (17-6) fanned 12 and Tony Perez homered off loser Denny Lemaster to clinch the j-second-—game—decision. Deron Johnson socked two homers in the opener, raising his runs batted in total to 106. The sweep put the Reds in the lead for the first time since July 16. Tracv Stsllard three - hit the Cubs to gain his ninth victory. Bowling News Parkside Lanes Friday Late Mixed League The Friday Late Mixed League will begin its season at,9:45 p. m. Friday at Parkside Lanes. Officers for the year are: John Maynard. president; Don Wilnoit. vice president; and Mrs. Mary Cruder, secretary-treasurer. Having sold the farm, the undersigned will sell at public auction the following personal property, located 10 miles south of Greensburg. and '•• mile east of Letts, on SATURDAY, SEPT. 4 Beginning At 10:30 a. m. 14 ANGUS CATTLE—7 registered cows, 6 with calves by side; registered bull. 3 years old. Cows are McHenry, Barbara and Blackbird families, and bull is Bandolier breeding. This is a very good herd with size and quality. Bang's tested. 14 SHOATS, weighing 75 Ibs. FARM EQUIPMENT—Oliver 70 with cultivator; TO-20 Ferguson with twin hydraulic loader; Champion 32 ft. double chain elevator with motor: No. 5 John Deere mower; Oliver 2-row picker: 2 rubber tired wagons, one with hydraulic lift, one with corn dras: Oliver 13-disc wheat drill; John Deere Model E spreader:" International 7-ft. disc; 2-row Case hoe; 2-row Dearborn cultivator: John Deere 290 corn planter; 500-gal. water tank on rubber: spiketooth harrow; Clipper fanmill; 2-14" A. C. pull-type plow: side rake: Case hammermill with belt: John Deere corn sheller; 1948 %-ton Dodge pickup with stock racks. FEED AND GRAIN—Approximately 200 bales good alfalfa hay: 120 bales straw: 200 bushels corn; 150 bushels oats; 6.2 acres corn in field. MISCELLANEOUS—Cattle chute; hog ringing box; 2 picket cribs witli oak floors: fence row mower; 4 good single hog houses: some 47" fence; some chain link fence with posts and gate: hoy. fountain with electric and oil heat; several steel hog troughs: electric brooder stove with feeders and waterers; pitchforks: scoop shovel; tile scoop; fence stretchers; 50 electric fence posts; barbwire; extension ladder. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Two G-ft. chest-type Maytag freezers; Montgomery Ward refrigerator; a few miscellaneous items. CONSIGNED BY II. WEBB—69 Harvcstore MM combine. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. Lunch Served By Ladies of Letts WSCS HORACE K. BUSBY Lewis Beesloy, Auctioneer. Carroll Knarr, Clerk. Curt Flood drove in two runs and Bob Skinner socked his fifth homer to help the Cardinals rout Cub starter Larry Jackson (12-17). Bill White added three hits as the Cards reached the .500 mark for the first time since Aug. 7. Jim Gentile hit two homers and Rusty Staub added another for the Astros in the second game against the Mets. New York's Al Jackson pitched a seven - hitter in the first contest. The Mets scored two runs on four walks, two wild pitches Sports Briefs WINS HAMBLETONIAN DU QUOIN, 111. (UPI) — Endurance was the mark of the champion today, Egyptian Candor. The 3-year-old colt survived three grueling heats on a cuppy rough track, winning one of thsm, and then surged from behind in a fourth heat held almost in darkness to win harness racing's most prized event, the $122.245 Hambletonian for trotters. FEUD CONTINUES WASHINGTON (UPI) — A Senate committee has told the nation's two leading amateur athletic groups to spend an- another week trying to resolve their long and bitter fued. The Senate Commerce Committee, which has held two weeks of hearings on the dispute, issued the instructions Wednesday to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). The dispute between the two groups threatens to impair this country's preparations for the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City. PALMER LEADS FIELD OKLAHOMA CITY, (UPI) Defending champion Arnold Palmer, undoubtedly back in top form, led a field of 145 golfers into the first round of the $65,000 today. Oklahoma City Open Hunting, Trapping Seasons Are Fixed INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — The Indiana Department of Natural Resources Wednesday announced the hunting and trapping seasons for raccoon, oppos- sum, skunk, mink, muskrat and beaver. Raccoon — Nov. 8-Jan. 31 for hunting: Nov. 15-Jan. 31 for trapping. Bag limit two a day. Oppossum, skunk, mink and muskrat — Nov. 15-Jan. 31. hunting and trapping. Beaver — Nov. 15-Feb. 15 for trapping. The department said the badger population is so low this year the animal has been placed on the protected list and one hit off Danny Coombs in the first inning. 1st Game Milw. 003 030 000—6 8 1 Cin. 013 000 102—7 7 0 Blasingame, Carroll (3), Sadowski (5), O'Dell (9), OsinsM (9) and Oliver. Ellis, Davidson (5), McCool (8) and Pavletich, Coker (3). Winner — McCool (8-8). Loser — O'Dell (9-6). HRs — D. Johnson 2 (25th and 26th), Jones (27th). Milw. Cin. 2nd Game 000 000 000—0 5 1 Oil 000 OOx—2 8 0 Lemaster, Niekro (4), Osinski (5), Olivo (8) and Oliver. Maloney (17-6) and Coker. Loser — Lemaster (6-11). HR — Perez (llth). Major Clapp Attending College for Officers Major Max A. Clapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Clapp, R. R. 8, Greensburg, is now attending the U. S. Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Levenworth, Kan. Major Clapp began the 10- month regular course of the college Aug. 20 along with 671 U. S. Army and 78 allied officers. The purpose of the course is to provide officers with a working knowledge for wartime and peacetime duty as con: zanders and general staff officers of divisions and logistical commands. Major Clapp was also cited for outstanding performance of duty as Assistant Special Services Officer, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., during the period from December, 1964 to August, 1965. The major entered the Armyj in 1951 and was last assigned in Viet Nam. He was graduated from Milroy High School in 1946 and from Purdue University in 1951. Baseball Scoreboard (United Press International) National League W. L. Pet. GB Cincinnati 74 58 .561 Los Angeles 75 59 .560 San Francisco 72 57 .558 Milwaukee 72 60 .545 2 Pittsburgh Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Houston New York 73 68 67 63 58 44 62 63 67 73 76 91 .541 2% .519 5% .500 8 .463 13 .433 17 .32631% Wednesday's Results St. Louis 9 Chicago 0 New York 4 Houston 1, 1st Houston 8 New York 5, 2nd Pitts 3 Los A 2, 1st, llins, twi Pitts 2 Los Ang 1," 2nd, night Chid 7 Milwaukee 6, 1st, twi Cincinnati 2 Milw 0, 2nd, night San Fran at Phila, ppd, rain Thursday's Probable Pitchers Houston at New York—Dierker (6-7) vs. Fisher (8-17). San Francisco at Philadelphia —(2) Marichal (19-9) and Shaw (14-8) vs. Culp (8-9) and Short (14-9). Los Angeles at (night) — Osteen Pittsburgh (11-13) vs. Veale (14-9) or Cardwell (11-8). St. Louis at Chicago — Simmons (942) vs. Hendley (1-2). Milwaukee at Cincinnati (night)—Fischer (5-6) or Johnson (14-8) vs. Arrigo (24). Friday's Games Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, night New York at St. Louis, night Los Angeles at Houston, night Phila at Cincinnati, night San Francisco at Chicago American League W. L. Pet. GB Minnesota Chicago Baltimore Cleveland Detroit New York Los Angeles Washington Boston Kansas City 85 76 72 73 73 66 62 59 51 48 50 57 57 59 60 68 72 75 84 83 8 .630 .571 .558 10 .553 10% .549 11 .493 18% .463 22% .44025% .378 34 .36635 Robert Arnold Heads Youth Baseball Here Robert Arnold was elected president of the Greensburg youth baseball organization for next year at a meeting Wednesday night in the Captial Finance Corporation offices here. He will succeed John Himmel- heb-er, who presided at the meeting attended by team managers, who turned in their players' uniforms for winter storage. Other officers next year will be Harold Seibel, who was reelected vice president, and Leon McCammon, who was named secretary-treasurer to replace Harold Wells, who held this past the past several years. RENEW PERMITS Routine renewal of the three- way liquor permit of the G &. B Tavern on East Main Street and the club permit of the Eagles Lodge on South Broadway was made by the Decatur County Alcoholic Beverage Board Wednesday at a hearing in the courthouse. PUBLIC SALE Having rented my farm, I will sell at auction the following personal property, located 12 miles south of Greensburg on the Millhousen and Westport blacktop road 1000 South, then -A mile on Road 50 East, 7 miles east of Westport, follow arrows from St. Denis Church east, on SATURDAY, SEPT. 11 Beginning At 10:30 a. m. 32 CATTLE—8 Hereford cows; 7 Angus-Hereford mixed, 2 through 8 years, pasture bred; 16 steers and heifers, 300 to 450 Ibs.; Black Angus bull. Cattle tested for Bang's. FARM EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS —1945 IHC-H tractor; Allis Chalmers-C tractor; 1-16" Allis Chalmers mounted plow; Allis Chalmers one-row cultivator; cultivator for IHC-H; Co-op wagon and good flat-top bed; IHC drill on steel; Oliver corn planter, pull type; Oliver 2-12" plow on rubber; Dunham rotary hoe; IHC 8-ft. disc; IHC 2-16" plow, on steel; John Deere manure spreader on steel; Harvey Racine hammermill; Harvey Racine corn sheller; 2 new water tanks; 10x38 tire and rim for Oliver; 300-gaI. gas barrel and stand; hog troughs; 40-ft. extension ladder; 10-hole hog feeder; Craftsman 2 h.p. electric motor, like new; table saw; shop grinder with motor; vise; wheelbarrow; wood kitchen range; some scrap iron and two junk automobiles; general small tools and miscellaneous items not listed. Also 1955 John Deere 101 semi-mounted corn picker, good condition. 12-FT. BOAT with 2'i h.p. Sea Bee outboard motor; boat trailer. 100 BUSHELS OF OATS. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. WILLIAM H. COMBS R. R. 1, WESTPORT Lunch Served By the St. Denis Church. Andy Huff, Auctioneer, Napoleon UL 2-4895. Wednesday's Results Washington 8 Boston 7, night Minnesota 5 Detroit 2, night Kan City 4 Cleveland 3, night Los A. 7 N.Y. 6, 12 ins, night Chicago at Baltimore, ppd, rain Thursday's Probable Pitchers New York at Los Angeles- Ford (13-9) vs. Lopez (14-10). Cleveland at Kansas City- Terry (114) vs. S. Sheldon (7-7). Detroit at Minnesota (twi- light)—Sparma (11-6) vs. Merritt (4-2). Chicago at Baltimore (2)— John (11-6) and Pizarro (4-2) vs. Pappas (11-6) and McNally (7-6). Boston at Washington (night) —Wilson (10-11) vs. McCormick (7-7). Friday's Games K. City at Los Ang, 2-twi-night Chicago at Minnesota, night Washington at Detroit, night Cleveland at Baltimore, night Boston at New York, night Pacific Coast League Eastern Division W.L. Pet. G.B. 8752 .626 8257 6775 6476 6376 5486 Oklahoma City Denver San Diego Indianapolis Arkansas Salt Lake City .590 .472 .457 .453 .414 '5 23% 24 33% Western Division W.L. Pet. G.B. Portland 7863 .553 Seattle 7565 .436 2% Vancouver 7365 .529 3% Hawaii 7368 .518 5% Tacoma 7070'.500 6 Spokane 5487 .383 24 Wednesday's Results Salt Lake City 4 Indianapolis 3 Oklahoma City 7 Arkansas 2 Seattle 11 Hawaii 9 Spokane 5 Portland 4 Vancouver 7 Tacoma 3 (Only games scheduled.) Thursday's Games Seattle at Vancouver (2 games) Tacoma at Portland (2 games) Hawaii at Spokane Salt Lake City at Indianapolis San Diego at Oklahoma City Denver at Arkansas SPROUTS IMPORTED Brussel sprouts were introduced into the U. S. about 1800. Buy Gates V-Belts TO KEEP YOUR • LAWN MOWER • REFRIGERATOR • WASHER • POWER TOOLS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT RUNNING SMOOTHLY Available Through Holt Automotive Service Dealer! and Hardware Storei. DISTRIBUTED BY Rodefeld Co., Inc. AUTOMOTIVE PARTS HEADQUARTERS PAGE 2 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Thursday, Sept. 2,1965 Marichal Mum- forms of tke.sulfa.drugs qpme from coal products,.!? Skull-Slugging LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Attorney Leo Branton Jr. has filed a $110,000 suit for Los Angeles Dodger catcher John Roseboro against Juan Marichal and the San .Francisco Giants. Branton said he filed the assault and 'battery complaint in Rosebdro's behalf Wednesday, naming both the Giant pitcher and the National Exhibition Co., which operates the Giants. The suit asks $10.000 in general damages and $100,000 in exemplary and punitive dam•ages. Marichal struck Roseboro on the head with a bat during a game in San Francisco Aug. 22. In Pitts-burgh, where the Dodgers close a three-game series with the Pirates tonight, Roseboro released the following statement: "•My decision to take this action is due not only to the fact that Marichal made this brutal attack upon my person, but, just as importantly, is due to the fact that some severe ac- ion should be taken against a man who has not only set a bad example to the millions of baseball fans throughout the world, but who apparently from his recent statements, attempts to defend and justify his outrageous conduct. "Therefore I believe that a Superior Court jury should decide if this type of conduct should go unpunished with the exception of a small fine and a short suspension." Marichal had maintained that one of Roseboro's return throws to pitcher Sandy Koufax nicked his ear and that when he complained, Roseboro "came at him." National League President Warren Giles suspended Marichal for nine days and fined him $1,750, a punishment which the Dodger players felt was far too light. PHILADELPHIA (UPI)—Juan Marichal, the good right arm of the San Francisco Giants, makes his rain-delayed return to the pitching mound today and in the interim he is not counting his pennies. He's not counting dollars, either; nor in the amount of his $1,750 fine nor the $110,000 that John Roseboro wants from him and the San Francisco Giants for the skull-slugging Marichal inflicted with a bat on the Dodgers catcher Aug. 22. "I' wish I had that much, I wish I had half of it. I wish I had a quarter of it," Marichal said with a grin. "But I don't." Roseboro and his attorneys announced the suit Wednesday night, two hours before the scheduled start of the Giants game with the Philadelphia Phillies which was to mark Marichal's return to action after sitting out a nine day suspension which went with the fine. The game was postponed after a rain delay of two hours and was rescheduled as part of a doubleheader today, starting at 12 noon (EDT). The Giants will pitch Marichal and Bob Shaw against the Phillies' Chris Short and Ray Culp, but Giants' skipper Herman Franks declined to say which game Juan would pitch "until I see how the other guy (Phils Manager Gene Mauch) is going with his." Marichal knew of the suit long before the rainout and would only say "no comment" to queries, an answer echoed by Franks and Giants Vice President Chub Feeney. ''Span"™ 100% cotton shirts are famous for durability and value. They take daily wear longer than many higher priced shirts! Because of the specially designed and constructed extra durable "Span" collar. Because of finest quality 100% cotton broadcloth. 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