Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on September 25, 1965 · Page 4
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Greensburg, Indiana
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Saturday, September 25, 1965
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Reds Three Behind— Giants' Lead Over Dodgers Is Trimmed to Single Game By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer The Los Angeles Dodgers are one game behind the San Francisco Giants or six days ahead of them depending upon how you view the National League race. The standings say they're one game behind — and even the Dodgers better believe them because they do pay off on arithmetic on the final day. But the Dodgers also are six days ahead — and the Giants better believe that, too. because Los Angeles'Manager Walt Alston doesn't fool around when he sets a pennant time table. Back on Sept. 7, following two straight losses to the Giants, Alston said he'rjl be hap- Bowling News LWA League Parkside Lanes W L Public Paint 8 4 Redmon & Son Fencing 8 4 Harris City Stone 7 5 Team No. 9 75 Stapp & Miller Constr. 6 6 Lake S'antee 6 6 Bower TV Service 5 7 Team No. 7 57 Herbert's Shell 4 8 Team No. 5 48 Splits converted: 2-7, Mary Lauer and Mary Weston; 5-7-9, Patty Fonseth; 3-7-10, Betty Kelley; 3-10, Mary Cruser; 4-5, Pat Hermesch; 5-6, Mary Rigby; and 5-10, Jeanette Back. High series: Patty Fonseth. 422. High games: Dodie Stutz, 169; Mary Cruser, 168; Martha Fry, 159; Leora Walters, 158; Maxene Long, 157; Florence Stapp. 155; Mary Weston, 153; Patty Fonseth, 152; and Helen Rigby 151. Parkside Lanes Friday Night Early Mixed League W L Buell's Four 9 3 Greensburg Locker 9 3 Cabin Club 8 4 Team No. 5 75 Gambles Store 7 5 Wonder-Bread 6% 5% Klene Pipe Co. 6 6 Kams Katers 5 7 Team No. 2 45 Team No. 9 3% 5% Lowes Pellet & Grain 2 10 Four-On-The-Floor 2 10 Men's high series: Don Martin, 600; Dutch Kammerling, 569; Paul Wolter, 566. Men's high games: Don Martin, 234-196; Dutch Kammerling. 200-198; Dave HartweU, 200. Women's high series: Thelma Hungerford, 492; Marilee Narwold, 477; Lynn Linville. 468. Women's high games: Marilee Narwold, 181; Thelma Hungerford, 180; Lynn Linville. 179. py if the Dodgers were able to climb to within one game of the leaders by the last Thursday of the season. The Dodgers have bounced back even faster than Alston figured and have sliced the once-imposing four-game Giant lead to one thin game six days earlier than Alston had it doped out. Tightened Further The typically frantic NL race was further tightened Friday night when the Dodgers rallied to beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 and the Giants bowed to the Milwaukee Braves 8-2. The victory extended the Dodgers' winning streak to seven games— their longest since the pennant- winning season of 1963—while the loss was the Giants' third in a row. The Dodgers scrambled from behind as is their custom Friday night to pull out the victory when rookie second baseman Jim Lefebvre delivered a two- run single with the bases filled in the eighth inniang. The Giants, meanwhile, were held to four hits by Tony Cloninger, who breezed to his 23rd victory despite a homer and a double by Willie McCovey that produced both San Francisco runs. Bob Gibson, St. Louis' 1964 World Series hero carried a 3-2 lead into the eighth inning but Dodgers were on first and third when Willie Davis and Ron Fairly led off the frame with singles. Relief pitcher Hal Woo d e s h i c k intentionally Top Race Driver In Critical Condition TORONTO (UPI) — John Surtees of England, the world's top racing car driver, was reported in critical condition today after a crash at Mosport Track. Surtees' powerful Lola T-70 crashed on Mosport's number one corner Friday as he was testing the car in a lone practice run for today's $40,000 Canadian Grand Prix. Authorities at Scarboro General Hospital reported that Sur- tee. 31, suffered multiple fractures of the spine, a fractured pelvis and possible internal injuries. It is believed the disc brakes on the Lola's front left wheel locked as Surtees approached the first brutal corner of Mos- port's 2.46-mile tortuous track, a downhill right-hand turn. Eyewitnesses saw the low- slung racing machine grind forward on its front end before it jumped a guard rail. The car careened down a 30-foot embankment and piled up near an entry road passing under the track. 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' Perranoski Gets Win Ron Perranoski, who'relieved Claude Osteen in the eighth inning, held the Cardinals to one hit in the last two innings to receive credit for his sixth win of the season. The loss was Gibson's 12th against 18 victories. Mack Jones smashed his 30th homer of the season and Ty Cline and Hank Aaron had three hits each to lead the Braves' 13-hit attack. Cloninger struck out five and walked four but rarely was in trouble. The Giants, Dodgers and Cincinnati Reds—the latter now three games behind San Francisco—see action Saturday with the Giants playing the'Braves, the Dodgers the Cardinals and the Reds the Houston Astros. The Giants and Dodgers both play their last nine games at home while the Reds have their last nine games on the road. New York at Philadelphia, the only other game schedule in the NL Friday night, was rained out. In the American League, Baltimore beat California 10-6, Cleveland nipped Detroit 3-2 and Kansas City blanked Boston 8-0. Denver Broncos Defeat Patriots By United Press International The Denver Broncos posted their first victory of the young American Football League season Friday night, grinding out 27-10 victory over the winless Boston Patriots. John McCormick, the Broncos young field general, engineered the revival of Denver's effective running attack, which was highlighted by a third quarter, length-of-the-gridiron march which consumed 10 minutes of playing time and punctured Boston hopes of an Eastern Division title. All six other AFL teams face action Sunday. Twice - beaten New York takes on the potent Buffalo Bills, undefeated Houston visits Oakland and Kansas City is at San Diego. Must Sharpen Passing Either bonus-baby Joe Na- math or Mike Taliaferro will have to pin-point their passes to avoid interceptions by the Bill's defensive team, which has ensnared ten enemy tosses during their last two games. Aging field marshal! George Blanda will try to quell the victory tide of the Houston Oilers, who will be hunting for then- third straight win. San Diego, already well on its way to a third consecutive Western Division crown, will launch a revamped, but battle-proven ground attack against the Chiefs from K.C. Among the vaunted horses in the Charger backfield this week will be rookie fullback Gene Foster and Paul Lowe, who so far leads all AFL backs in running yardage. Combine Talents The Broncos artfully used the talents of veteran Cookie Gilcrist and rookie Wendell Hayes to triumph over Boston before 26,782 hometown fans at Fenway Park. Gilcrist ground out 142 yards, while Hayes accounted for another 82. Quarterback McCormjck used the powerful backs to 'engineer the game's longest drive, which included only two short passes during the 91-yard push. Hayes went in for the TD to break a 10-10 halftime tie and stake the Broncos to their first, triumph of the season. Hayes was also responsible for the Broncos- first-half touchdown and Denver linebacker John Bramlett recovered a Boston fumble for the other Bronco tally. Kicker Gary Kroner booted three conversions and field goals of 18 and 30 yards to round out the Denver scoring.. AFL Standings Eastern Division W. L..T. Pet. Buffalo 200 1.000 Houston ; 200 1.000 New York 0 2 0 .000 Boston 0 3 0 .000 Western Division ' W. L. T. Pet. San Diego '200 1.000 Oakland 110 .500 Kansas City 1 1 0 .500 Denver 120 .333 Friday's Results Denver 27 Boston 10 (Only game scheduled) Packers Favored To Defeat Colts By GEORGE C. LANGFORD UPI Sports Writer Baltimore coach Don Shula is going to Milwaukee Sunday looking for a fight and the Green Bay Packers say they'll oblige him. The Packers and Colts collide in a National Football League battle that should determine which team gains the upper hand in the Western Conference power struggle. It will be a grudge match, especially for the Packers, who lost to the Colts twice last season by a total of four points and finished in a second place tie behind Baltimore. "The Packers undoubtedly will gain added incentive from the two defeats we x handed them last year," Shula said. "We're expecting a gang war in Milwaukee." Both teams are in top physical condition for the contest, coming away from easy opening game victories last week without a scratch. The Packers are favored by four points. Browns Favored St. Louis visits Cleveland in an eastern conference clash that Browns quarterback Frank Ryan termed "probably the key game of our season. Cleveland is a seven point choice over the Cards, who finished a half game behind the Browns last year. Completing Sunday's schedule, Minnesota is a seven point favorite over Detroit at home, Dallas is favored by three over Washington at the Cotton Bowl, the Rams are picked by four over Chicago at Los Angeles, Philadelphia hosts New York and the hometown Eagles are an 11 point favorite, while San Francisco is a 13 point choice at home over Pittsburgh. B a 11 i m o r e's front line dumped Minnesota quarterback Fran Tarkenton five times.for minus 53 yards last Sunday Led by tackles Fred Miller and Billy Ray Smith, the Colts also swarmed over runners Bill Brown and Tommy Mason, limiting them to a total of 45 yards. The Packers held Pittsburgh to 92 yards rushing and 101 through the air last week These defensive statistics, plus the aerial performance of the Colts' Johnny Unitas (224 yards, 2 TDs) and the Packers' Bart Starr (226 yards, 2 TDs) indicate 'the "gang war" may turn into an air battle. The changing season ... Calls For A Visit To Huber's Sport Coats — $22.50 to $32.50 Slacks $8.95 to $15.95 Sweaters $5.95 to $14.95 Suits $45 to $65 Your Best Bet Is ..... HUBER'S Baseball Scoreboard (United Freiu International) Minnesota Baltimore' Chicago Detroit'.' Cleveland New York California Washington Boston ' Kansas City American League W. L. Pet. GB 96 58 .623 ...... 87 64 .576 7% 88 66 .571 8 84 70 ..545 12 .53613% 82 71 75 80 .484 21% 73 82 .47123% 67 86 .438 28% 60 % .385 37 .373 38% 57 96 Friday's Results Baltimore 10 California 6 (1st, twilight) California at Baltimore (2nd, postponed, rain) Chicago at New York (postponed, rain) Minnesota at Washington, ppd. rain Cleveland 3 Detroit 2 (10 innings) night Kansas City 8 Boston 0, night Saturday's Probable Pitchers Boston at Kansas City (twi- light)—Monbouquette (9-18) vs. Paige (0-0) Cleveland at Detroit— Tiant (11-11) vs. McLain (14-6). Minnesota at Washington, 2— iPascual (9-3) and Grant (19-6) vs. Duckworth (2-1) and Kreut- z:er (2-5). \ Chicago at New York, 2 — Peters (9-12) and John (12-7) vs. Stottlemyre (19-8) and Stafford (3-6). California at Baltimore, 2 (night)—McGlothlin (0-1) or Lopez (14-13) and Newman (1414) vs. Pappas (12-8) and Barber (14-9). Sunday's Games Boston at Kansas City Cleveland at Detroit (2) Minnesota at Washington California at Baltimore Chicago at New York National League W. L. Pet. GB San Francisco 90 Los Angeles Cincinnati Pittsburgh Milwaukee Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Houston New' York 63 .588 ....... 89 64 .582 1 87 66 .569 3 85 70 .548 6 82 71 .536 8 79 73 .520 10% 75 77 .493 14% 69 85 .448 21% .405 28 62 91 48 106 .312 42% Friday's Results New York at Philadelphia, ppd. rain Los Angeles 4 St. Louis 3, night Milwaukee 8 San Francisco 2, night (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Probable Pitchers New 1 York at Philadelphia, (2)—Willey (0-2) and Bearnarth (3-3) vs. Herbert (5-7) and Gulp (12-10) Pittsburgh at Chicago—Veale (17-11) vs. Hendley (3-4) St ; - -Louis at Los Angeles — Briles (2-2) vs. Koufax (23-8) Milwaukee at San Francisco —Johnson (15-9) vs. Bolin (12-5) Cincinnati at Houston (night) — Maloney (19-8) vs. Roberts (4-2). Sunday's Games New York at Philadelphia Pittsburgh at Chicago Cincinnati at Houston St. Louis at Los Angeles Milwaukee at San Francisco Maris to Undergo Surgery on Hand NEW YORK (UPI) — Roger Maris, the New York Yankees' $70,QOO-a-year slugger, must undergo surgery to correct a bone injury that caused him to lose control of the fingers on his right hand and ride the bench for most of the 1965 baseball season. The Yankees announced Friday night that Maris will be operated on next Tuesday to unite the fractured chip of the hamet bone in his right hand. Yankee physician Dr. Sydney Gaynor said the. fracture caused pressure on the ulna nerve which controls the fingers of the right hand. RAIL TERMINALS CHICAGO—About 40 per cent of the railroads of the U. S. have terminals in Chicago. Ol' Satch Is Slated »-j - • -r? *-»irjr--- • =sw?r>*r ' To KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI)— Come one come -all'. See ol' Satch throw the ball! ••••'• That's the cry today in Kansas City where Leroy (Satchel) Paige will start tonight for the Athletics against the Boston. Red Sox. And, if ol'. Satch has .any pore- game .plan for the Red Sox, it's as' much of a secret 'as his age. Why say anythin', why they'd (the Red Sox) just lay *' _ ; , - :' - ~«. JJ ri A 1_ Greensburg (Ind.) Dally News, Saturday, Sept. 25,1965 PACE 3 Grid Scores INDIANA FOOTBALL By United Press International HIGH SCHOOL South Bend Riley 26 South " Bend Central 13 Kokpmo 46 Frankfort 0 Bvansville Harrison 12 Evansville Reitz 12 -- -'•' Hammond Morton 46 Hammond Gavit 6 ~ ' .• - : • ••Indianapolis Manual 14 Indianapolis Cathedral 7 ' back and wait for it, 1 Satch ex- East * Cnicago . 'Roosevelt 14 plains calmly. "These kids now-] ; HammoJld 0 adays may have 20 more Spee dway 7 Carmel 7 pitches than I do, but I can get it over. "My fast ball pitch," he says: is still my What about the famed Paige "hesitation' Now I pitch? ain't going to say nothing about that, they (the Red Sox) may be lookin' for it." Ol' Satch, who as a rookie with Cleveland in 1948 was old enough to be a grandfather, is believed to be in his 60s. The official baseball record book lists Paige's birth as July 7, 1906 in Mobile, Ala. Satch says he is "just a shade over 50." Some say he's at least 62. Bill Veeck, who gave Paige his first big league chance with the Indians in 1948, says Satch is at least 65. "Noy, they're spent more money researching my age than they did on the atomic bomb," Satch claims. "What's the difference if you get the job done." Satch reportedly could have been one of the major league's best pitchers back in the 1930s. But Satch is a Negro and Negroes just did not play in the majors back in the '30s. So, Satch toiled in the Negro leagues where he pitched the old six Kansas City Monarchs to •Negro American -League titles and four world championships. Rosburg Fires 67 For Tie By MARTIN HEERWALD SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI) ^Bob Rosburg and Al Geiberger, each -with -five-under-par- totals • of 139, topped a field of 70 isur- vivors heading into today's third round of the $45.000 Greater Seattle Open golf tournament. Rosburg, Portland, Ore., initiated a new set of clubs Friday by firing an astonishing 67 on the par 72, 6,707-yard Inglewood course. The score was the lowest in the tourney thus far and surprising t o competitors who found the greens exceptionally fast and difficult to putt. Rosburg, who equalled par in the opening round, came in with eight birdies, a bogie and a double bogie in the second round. Geibenger, Carlton Oaks, Calif., had rounds of 69 and 70, and had but a single bogie in two days. Charles Coody, Fort Worth, Tex., was a stroke behind the leaders with a score of 68-72— 140. Another stroke back at 141 were Gary Bauer, Fresno; Calif., Bob McAllister, Corona, Calif., and Gay Brewer, Dallas, Tex. Jack Nicklaus, the leading money winner for 1965, had trouble hitting his greens Friday, missing five and winding up with a two-day total of 69-74 —148. But with two rounds to go, Nicklaus was within charging distance and had a chance to win his second tournament in as many weeks. He won the Portland, Ore., open Sunday and boosted his earnings for the year to $134,045, the greatest single season total ever. Columbus 20 Jeffersonville 14 Franklin 14 MartinsviHe 12 Shelbyville 20'.Greensburg 13 Richmond 21 New Castle 7 liaPorte 20'Michigan City 7 Anderson 6 Lafayette 6 (tie) Anderson Highland 14"Westfield • 14 (tie) Madison Heights 39 Tipton 7 Alexandria 22 Elwood 7 Evansville Central 30 Vincennes ' 13 , Mount Vernon 45 North Knox 0 Evansville Memorial 26 Evansville Mater. 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