Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on May 31, 1966 · Page 9
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Santa Cruz, California
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Tuesday, May 31, 1966
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Cepeda Perfect; Wills Homers; Ray Sadecki Wins For Giants By Hal Block AP Sports Writer Orlando Cepeda is toting around theh ottest bat in baseball but for slugging, how about little Maury Wills, who could be a threat to Babe Ruth's home run records if there were enough Memorial Cays in the year. Cepeda had a perfect night with a homer, two doubles and a jingle Monday and provided all the offense Bob Gibson needed as St. Louis' ace right-hander throttled Houston 3-1 on a three-hitter. Wills led off Los Angeles' 10-6 victory over Atlanta with a home run the 10th of his National League career and his first since August 31, 1964. The sudden power shown by Wills was almost expectable. It was exactly four years ago Memorial Day 1962 that the switch-hitting shortstop made it to the record book by hitting a homer from each side of the plate. Only six other National League batters have achieved that feat. Cepeda's four hits gave him a string of seven over two games and raised his batting average to .330. The veteran first baseman, who came in a trade from San Francisco for pitcher Ray Sadecki, drove in two runs and scored the other as the Cardinals won their third straight. Sadecki, meanwhile, turned In his first victory for the Giants, beating Cincinnati 8-4 on a five hitter. Pittsburgh swept a doubleheader from Chicago 3-2 and 5 3 with Roberto Clemente homering in each game, and Philadelphia split a pair with New York, winning 7-2 and losing 31. Wills' homer started a 16-hit Dodger attack that included six games with St. Louis in the double and three hits apiece by John Roseboro and Tommy Davis. Cepeda doubled home Lou Brock in the first inning and then hammered his eighth homer of the season and fifth in 18 fourth The big first baseman doubled again in the sixth and scored on Tim McCarver's single. Cepeda's eighth-inning single completed his perfect night. Sadecki, who had a 12.38 Sadecki Pours It On ST.-' SET-.SfAV Cincinnati Giant's Ray Sadecki, gotten recently in a trade with St. Louis, went the route for the first time this season as he beat the Cincin- nati Reds, 8-4 here last night. Sadecki is shown in action in the sixth inning. (AP Wire-photo) O O O Lamabe And McLain Hurl Junior Loop One - Hitters By Murray Chass AP Sports Writer Jack Lamabe, who often has trouble retiring American league batters, will be in West-wood .N.J., July 12 getting married. Denny McLain, who already is married, will be in St. Louis that day trying to retire National league batters. McLain took another step toward becoming the American league's starting pitcher in the All-Star game by pitching his second one-hitter of the season as Detroit defeated Kansas City 5-2 Monday. Lamabe also pitched a one-hitter in Chicago's 11-0 second-game victory over Boston, but he doesn't expect to join McLain on the AL All-Star staff so he's going ahead with his marriage plans. NEW LAVATORY FAUCET Only On Handle! SANTA CRUZ PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 2724 Soquel Avt. 475-8484 "I'll be very happy just to make the White Sox," Lamabe said after missing a no-hitter because of Joe Foy's leadoff single in the eighth inning. Lamabe never had pitched a game like that before in the majors. In fact, it was the first shutout in his five-year career and his first complete game in nearly two years. And it came in his first start of the season. Lamabe, now with his fourth team, had compiled a 5.40 earned run average in seven relief appearances this season. With the exception of the 1964 season when he was a starter with Boston, the 29-year-old right-hander has been primarily a reliever. In his other three seasons, he appeared in 128 games, only four of them as a starter. McLain, on the other hand, is developing into one of the best pitchers in the majors. A 16-game winner in his first full season in the majors last year, the son-in-law of Lou Bou-dreau is the winningest pitcher in the AL, has won as many games as Sandy Koufax and is only one behind major league-leader Juan Marichal. The 22-year-old right-hander stopped the White Sox on one hit May 6, allowing only a second-inning single by J. C. Martin. The only hit Kansas City managed against him was Phil Roof's two-out double in the fifth. In other AL games, Chicago downed Boston in the first game 1-0, California swept Cleveland 4-3 and 5-1, Baltimore defeated Ulllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliimil S MAKE THE RIGHT MOVE WITH- 5 US I LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE , MOVli fate fess Commercial Fork Lift Sfrvica WHY EVEN TRY TO DO THE MOVING YOURSELF? Whethar it's lust one item, or a whole houseful ef furniture, aur fast, afficiant man tin take thawerk out ef moving! And, rates are low. AG&VTS FOK "ALLIED VAN LINES" ELUDU IDHED VAN & STORAGE 350 CORAL DIAL 423-5353 5 iunnnnniiiiiii;iiiniiiiiuiii? Minnesota 5-1 before bowing 7-4 and Washington stopped New York 2-1 after losing 4-2. Lamabe was supported in his one-hitter by Tommy Agee and Don Buford, who between them collected five hits, scored eight runs, drove In two and stole five bases. Lamabe's shutout was the third straight for the White Sox. John Buzhardt gained the second in a row in the opener, stopping the Red Sox on five hits. Bill Skowron singled across the only run of the game in the seventh inning. Roff's hit off McLain drove in two runs the runners had walked and tied the game 2.2. But Dick McAuliffe tripled home two runs in the seventh and scored on Norm Cash's single. Home runs by California's Jim Fregosi and Bobby Knoop helped hand Cleveland its second doubleheader defeat in two days. Fregosi's seventh-inning homer in the opener snapped a 3-3 deadlock while Knoop's two-run blast in the fourth inning of the second game put the Angels ahead to stay. Minnie Rojas, making his major league debut, gained the victory in the nightcap with relief help from Dean Chance. Dave Johnson rapped four hits in the first game, including a single that triggered Balti more s three-run sixth inning, while Woody Held and Andy Etchebarren added homers to the Orioles' attack. Minnesota won the nightcap behind Harmon Killebrew's pair of homers and Bernie Allen's tie-breaking, two-run blow in the eighth. Bobby Richardson's double and a single by Elston Howard were the key blows in a three-run first inning outburst that carried the Yankees past Washington in the opener. The Senators came back for the second-game victory by breaking a 1-1 tie in the eighth on a double by Bob Chance and Bob Saverine's single. STOCK CAR WINNER Hightstown, N.J. (P) Al Tasnady of Vineland, N.J., won the 100-lap feature race for modified stock cars at the East Windsor Speedway Monday, edging Will Cagel of Miami, Fla. Third place went to Buzzy Ruetiman, also of Miami. earned run average in his last three starts for San Francisco, evened his record at 3-3 with his first complete game for the Giants. He was supported by a 12-hit attack that included homers by Willie McCovey and Tom nailer. Clemente hammered a two-run homer in the seventh inning of the nightcap that sent the Pirates in front of Chicago to stay. He had driven in Pittsburgh's first run of the game with a sacrifice fly in the fifth as the Pirates pecked away at an early 3-0 Cub lead. Chicago shortstop Don Kes-singer committed three errors in the first game, the last one permitting Clemente to score from BROADCAST Tonight's San Francisco Giant baseball game will be broadcast over radio station KSBW (1380) starting at 5:45 p.m. second base with the winning run in the eighth inning. Clemente had homered in the sixth of the opener. Four home runs helped Jim Bunning win his sixth straight game for Philadelphia in the opener against the Mets. Bill White, Johnny Callison, Bob Uecker and Richie Allen all connected for the Phillies. Jack Fisher hurled six innings of sharp relief to gain the second victory for the Mets. He allowed one run on six hits, coming on after starter Dick Selma was hit by a pitch and forced to leave the game. SUNDAY'S GAME San Francises (6) AB K H Philadelphia (5) AB R H Rojas, 2b 5 11 Callison, rf 5 Allen, If 4 Brandt, If 0 White, lb 3 Gonzalezxf 4 Groat, 3b 4 Dalrmple.e Linz.3b Short.p Fox.D Wagner.p Herbert.p Belinsky.p Totals 37 5 6 Fuentes,2b Hart,3b Petersn.lf Mason, pr Landrm.lf Brown, rf Barton.c Haller.c Bolin.p Linzy.p Henry.p MDaniel.p Totals 40 6 16 One out when winning run scored. Philadelphia 000 000 500 05 San Francisco 210 000 020 1 6 E Fuentes. DP Philadelphia 2. LOB Philadelphia 3, San Francisco 9. 2B Davenport, Fuentes. 3B Rojas. HR Mays (11), Dalrymple (1), Hart (12). SB White. S Davenport. RBI-Brown 3 .Mays 2, Hart, Dalrymple 2, Rojas 2. IP H R ER BB SO Short 2Vj 5 3 3 0 1 Fox 2 0 0 0 1 Waener 2 2 0 0 0 0 Herbert 3 5 2 2 1 1 Belinsky Vs 2 1 1 O 0 Bolin 62S 4 3 3 1 4 Linzy 0 2 2 2 0 0 Henry Vi O 0 0 O 1 McDaniel 3 0 0 0 0 5 Winner McDanlel (3-2). Loser Be-linski (0-1). HBP By Belinsky (Hart), Balk- Henry. PB Barton. T 2:50. A 23,237. San Francisco (S) AB R H Fuentes.2b Hart,3b Peterson. If Landrm.lf Haller.c Brown, rf Sadecki, p 1 2 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 Totals 35 8 12 Cincinnati (4) AB R H Helms.3b 3 0 1 Rose,2b 4 0 Pinson.rf D.Jhnsn.lf Edwards.c Pappas.p Nottebrtp Nuxhall.p Davidson, p Totals 32 4 5 San Francisco 031 301 000 8 Cincinnati 002 000 1014 DP Cincinnati 1. LOB San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 5. 2B Fuentes. HR McCovy (9), Haller (6), Harper (2). S Davenport, Sadeckie. RBI-Davenport 2, Mays 2, Haller 2, Sadecki, Rose 2, Harder 2. IP H R ER BB SO Sadecki 9 5 4 4 4 7 Pappas 3i 7 7 7 1 1 Nottebart 2 0 0 0 2 Nuxhall 2 3 1111 Davidson ... 2 0 0 0 0 3 Winner Sadecki (3-3). Loser Pappas (4-3). WP Sadecki. T 2:25. A 10.955. Live Oak Drama Festival Boys' Leagues SC Pony League The Mets defeated the Giants, 5-1, in Santa Cruz Pony League action last night at Harvey West stadium. A three-run rally on one hit a single by Steve Trybom and four walks in the fifth inning broke a 1-1 tie. Dee Herren hit a lead-off home run for the Mets. Sam Trybom was 2-for-2. Mike Williams scattered four hits and struck out ten in hurling the win. Score by innings: R. H. Giants 100000 01 5 Mets 100 310 x 5 7 Francis Prevatali, Ron Latham (4), Pete Williams (6) and Stan Trybom. Mike Williams and Gary Rochell. Winner M. Williams. Loser Prevatali. Home Run: D. Herren (Mets). For Graduation SAFETY! Highway Emergency Kit Civ tht greatest Gift ef all 1 1 -lb. 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Associated Press scoring made it 73-68 for Harada. Harada weighed 118 pounds, Jofre 116. London (JP) Alan Simpson of Britain ran a 3:58.4 mile, his fifth under four minutes, in the British track and field championships Monday. Bud Poile Joins Philadelphia '6' Philadelphia (P). Norman (Bud) Poile, who was general manager and coach of the San Francisco Seals of the Western Hockey League, was named today as director of player personnel for the new Philadelphia franchise in the National Hockey League. Poile became available when San Francisco gained a franchise in the NHL and selected Rudy Pilous to run its operations. entation of -masks" which eighth graders are making. Shown are "Hermes" by Cheryl Blankenbiller, "Pandora" by Debbie Waugh, "Zeus" by Mi mi Sampson, and "Prometheus" by Rose Lopez. A series of plays and skits will be offered by classes from kindergarten through sixth grade and the faculty also gets in the act with a three-act play. The time is 7:30 p.m. (Political Advertisement BEPUBUMNS! Re Elecl SENATOR DON GRUNSKY Keep His 20 YEARS Of Legislative Service For Santa Cruz County and San Benito County Working for You" Citizens Committee to Re-Elect Sen. Don Grunsky Thomas H. Skillicorn, Chairman READ THE SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL WANTS ADS utimmSXntmaim,lm-a iiiiiiiiii iiienriiirirwwwi 80 PROOF. DISTILLED FROM GRAIN. POPOV DIST. CO., MENLO PK CAL., 4 HARTFORD. CONN. (POLITICAI ADVFPTISPMFNTI TAXPAYERS! JlI is JL in u u iru FROM THE id i 'iMmA DEPT. OF JUSTICE SACRAMENTO CRIMINAL CASES HANDLED BY YOUR DISTRICT ATTORNEY IN MUNICIPAL AND SUPERIOR COURTS (YEARS 1963 THRU 1965) o FELONIES 827 MISDEMEANORS 6,868 516 CASES CARRIED TO o SUPERIOR COURTS TOTAL CASES HANDLED . . 7r695 AVERAGE CONVICTION RATING . . . (1963 THRU 1965) NOTE: THIS IS ABOVE THE STATEWIDE CONVICTION AVERAGE! " CHECK FOR YOURSELF! TRUTH IS PROOF! YOUR Dl DIP STRICT ATT EAS1 CONSISTENTLY FAIR, CONSCIENTIOUS, ABLE PROSECUTOR! Committee for Pease-Wayne Friezell, Chairman KgHiHuiiHKiiimiiiniimiiii

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