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Koufax, Spahn Flash Form Wouth and Age Se Southpaws Hurl Sfm as touts By United Press NATIONAL Player ft Club O T.Davis, LA 70 *Gtt>at, St.L 84 •Wills, LA 62 White, St.L 84 Santo, Chi 82 Clemente, PiCt 74 H.Aaron, Mil 82 Pinson, Cin 85 'Williams, Chi 82 Boyer, St.L 81 341 252 347 325 282 « - AMERICAN • Player & Club G J V &trzski, Bos 'Malzone, Bos 'Wagner, LA • kaline, Det 2jU >llins, Minn 70 J Person, LA 80 • Bavalillo, Clev 52 «B«binson, Chi 82 JMaris, NY * 61 ;Ward, Chi 85 International LEAGUE . AB R. H. Pet. 257 27 84 .327 50 111 .326 42 81 .321 62 111 .320 41 104 .320 44 90 .319 323 62 100 .310 339 48 104 .307 313 49 95 .304 318 37 96 .302 LEAGUE AB R. H. Pet. 299 50 100 .334 37 104 .330 45 101 .330 52 97 .321 37 78 .311 44 95 .307 32 65 .304 43 91 .300 315 306 302 251 309 214 303 218 41 329 44 64 .294 96 .292 Home Runs National League — H. Aaron, Braves 24; McCovey, Giants 22; Cepeda, Giants; Mays, Giants, both 16; Banks, Cubs; Demeter, Phils, both 15. American League — Allison, Twins 21; Wagner, Angels 20; Maris, Yanks 19; Stuart, Red Sox; Killebrew, Twins; Battey, Twins; Kaline, Tigers, all 17. Runs Batted In -National League — H. Aaron, Braves 63; Santo, Cubs 60; White, Cards 59; McCovey, Giants; Boyer, Cards, both 52. American League — Wagner, Angels 59; Allison, Twins 57; Kaline, Tigers 56; Malzone, Red Sox 53; Robinson, White Sox 51. Pitching National League—Koufax, Dodgers 14-3; Perranoski, Dodgers 9-2; Maloney, Reds 13-3; McBean, Pirates 8-2; Marichal, Giants 13-4. American League—Radatz, Red Sox 8-1; Ford, Yanks 13-3; Walker, Indians 6-2; Bouton, Yanks 1M; Pizarro, White Sox 11-4. Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press PITCHING — Sandy Koufax, Dodgers, registered his second straight shutout and eighth of the season, and became first 14 -game winner in majors with 4-0 victory over Cincinnati. National League leading Dodgers also won the second game 3-1 for a doubleheader sweep. BATTING — Don Zimmer, Senators, collected four hits, including grand slam homer, and knocked in seven runs as Washington extended its winning string to seven games by beating the Los Angeles Angels twee, 7-3 and 6-4. Box Scores Additional scores on Page 18 Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS IN GAUSBURG HAWTHORNE DRUG COMPANY •» iota »OCIM m*«m Young Sandy Wins 14th By JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer. Sandy Koufax is a young left- handed pitcher on the threshold of greatness, Warren Spahn is a veteran left-hander who has lived in greatness for many seasons. These two stars flashed their brilliance Sunday—one taking an* other step in his first really big year, the other adding another victory to a long string of triumphs. Koufax fired his second straight shutout and eighth of the season for the Los Angeles Dodgers, pitching the National League front-runners to a 4-0 victory over Cincinnati in the opener of their doubleheader. His three-hit performance made him the first 14- game winner In the majors. The Dodgers followed Koufax' masterful job with a 3-1 decision over the Reds that increased their league lead to three games over the San Francisco Giants, who split With St. Louis. Spahn produced his gem in a night game at Houston, recording the 339th victory and 59th shutout of his 19-season career as the Milwaukee Braves downed the Colts 4-0. The Cards ended a string of eight straight losses by taking the second game at San Francisco 5-0, with 42-year-old Stan Musial supplying the batting fireworks and Bob Gibson the pitching. An error by Ken Boyer enabled the Giants to win the 15-inning opener 4-3. Also in the NL—the Pittsburgh Pirates battered the New York Mets into their 10th loss in a row, 11 -5, and Philadelphia edged the Chicago Cubs 3-2 on a ninth-inning run produced on Ruben Amaro's -triple and Cookie Rejas' pinch single. In the American League — the New York Yankees split at Cleveland, winning 7-4 in 10 innings after being whipped by the Indians 11-3; the Washington Senators extended their longest winning streak in 14 years to seven, beating the Los Angeles Angels 7-3 and 6-4; Detroit trimmed Kansas City 5-1, then lost to the A's 8-7; the Chicago White Sox won at Boston, 4-1 in 12 innings; and Baltimore nipped Minnesota 4-3 in 10 innings. Koufax continues to rack up impressive figures with his amazing pitching. He's 14-3 with an earned run average of 1.73, has already broken a Dodger season record for shutouts, and has the most in one year in the league since Mort Cooper got 10 for St. Louis in 1942. Sunday's victory was his seventh straight and 12th complete game. Spahn, 12-4 and driving for his 13th 20-victory season, checked the Colts on five singles and one walk in his fourth shutout of the year. The 42-year-old master has allowed only one run in his last 37 innings—in a 16 inning, 1-0 loss at San Francisco last Tuesday nir>ht. Musial, who smacked a two-run triple in the opener at San Francisco and collected four hits for the afternoon, broke a scoreless tie in the seventh inning of the second game with his 472nd career homer, following Dick Groat's single. Associated Press AIHETRICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. New Chicago Boston Minnesota. BaltimcKi Clevels Los Angel< Kansas CSty -. Detroit Washangtcm 50 31 47 38 44 37 .617 .553 5 .543 6 45 47 44 41 36 35 30 38 40 40 48 48 47 56 .542 .540 '.524 .471 6 6 12 .439 14Vfc .427 15V4 .349 22tt HERE'S PROOF — Dodger centerfielder Willie Davis made • sensational diving catch of Cin* cinnati's Pete Rote's drive Is the third Inning of the first game Sunday. In photo above he Is waving the ball In the air so all can see he still has possession. UN1FAX Houk Undecided on Hurler Sunday's Results Chicago 4, Boston 1 (12 innings) Baltimore 4, Minnesota 3 (12 innings > Washington 7-6, Los Angeles 3 -4 Cleveland 11-4, New York 3-7 (2nd game lO innings) Detroit 5 -7. Kansas City 1-8 Today's Games No gaxxx.es scheduled Tuesday's Gaines All-Stax" game at Cleveland NATIONAL LEAGUE VV. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles __ 50 33 .602 — San Franeis< :o 48 37 .565 3 Chicago __ 45 37 .549 4% •St. Louis 46 38 .548 4% Cincinnati 45 40 .529 6 Milwaukee _ 43 40. .518 7 Pittsfcuox-g^lx _. . . 41 42 .494 '9 Philacieljpitxi.a. _ 40 44 .476 10V 2 Houston __ 33 54 .379 19 New York __ 29 55 .345 21% Sunday's Results Pitts*y«irg2i 11, New York 5 Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2 Los Angeles 4-3, Cincinnati 0-1 San Francisco 4-0, St. Louis 3-5 (1st game 15 innings) Milwaukee 4, Houston 0 Today's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Ail-Star game at Cleveland Mi Leagues By The Associated Press INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday's Results Arkansas 6, Atlanta 3 Richmond 2, Jacksonville 1 Coliami>us 4, Rochester 1 Syracuse 6, Indianapolis 5 (13 innings > Buffalo 5„ Toronto 4 (10 innings) Sunday's Results Arkansas 7-3, Atlanta 4-2 Toronto Buffalo 8-4 Columbus 6, Rochester 1 Indianapolis 6, Syracuse 0 Richmond 2, Jacksonville 1 (10 innings > CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPD- American League managers, putting the pennant race ahead of everything else, had Ralph Houk backed into an All-Star corner today. National League manager Alvin Dark of the San Francisco Giants has named Jim O'Toole, Cincinnati lefthander, to start for his team. O'Toole has a 134 mark thus far this season. Houk was faced with, an "eighter-or" dilemma — whether I field to McBride, but Houk still PA Short Up Front LAWRENCE, Kan. (NEA) — The Kansas football squad this fall will have only two returning starters from last season's line. MIDWEST LEAGUE Decatur 13, Dubuque 3 Clinton 3, Fox Cities 2 Burlington 7, Cedar Rapids 1 Wisconsin Rapids 13, Waterloo 5 Quad Cities 5, Quincy 2 CC2 COAST LEAGUE kturday's Results Tacoma. 5-2, Oklahoma City 1-5 Seafcfcl.es T, Oallas-Fort Worth 8 Spokane 4-18, Hawaii 3-0 San TI>±G^*O 3, Denver 2 Portland 8, Salt Lake City 3 Sunday's Results Denver-Fort Worth 6-2, Seattle 5-1 Denver 12-6, San Diego 4-9 Tacoma 2-3, Oklahoma City 1-6 Portland Salt Lake City 1-7 Spokane lO, Hawaii 7 L. A. Doesn't Look Good On Paper LOS ANGELES (AP) — Given nothing to go on but the latest weekly statistics, you could probably develop a first-rate case of tongue fatigue without convincing anybody the Los Angeles Dodgers should be higher than fourth or fifth in the National League standings today. The statistics show: 1. That Los Angeles, as of last weekend, ranked eighth in NL team fielding. 2. That the Dodgers were second in team batting—but that they were nearly 30 points back of the league's best hitting team, St. Louis. 3. That the Dodgers were fifth in scoring, 79 runs behind the leader. 4. That the Dodgers were tied with the punchless New York Mets for eighth place in team home runs. The Dodgers had hit 49 homers—only 48 fewer than the San Francisco Giants. 5. That only two Dodger pitchers were among the first 20 in the league in earned-run average. What it boils down to is that the Dodgers are leading the National League in practically nothing—unless you want to count the standings. There they are, three games in front. After the Dodgers beat Cincinnati 4-0 and 3-1 Sunday, their pitching staff had a remarkable earned-run average of 2.82, In their last eight games, Dodger pitchers have allowed only a dozen runs—an average of VA a game. They pitched four shutouts during that span and the Dodgers won seven of the eight games, although they averaged only a little more than three runs a game themselves. to go with Ken McBride of the Los Angeles Angels, who will have had two days rest for Tuesday's 34th All-Star game, or his own rookie right-hander, Jim Bouton of the Yankees, who pitched two-thirds of an inning Sunday. "If they let me, I'll name an eighter-or pitcher," said Houk, who was scheduled to name his starting hurler at a press conference today. "If they don't, well, I don't know which pitcher I'll name." The press conference ' was scheduled for 10 a.m., EDT. Available As Starters Houk, directing the American League All-Stars for the third time, had Bouton, McBride and Bill Monbouquette of the Red Sox available as starting possibilities. McBride pitched Friday night while Monbouquette worked in relief Sunday, as did Bouton. "I'd like to start someone with at least two days rest," -Houk said. That seemed to narrow the could name Bouton, who said he wasn't tired after Sunday's brief stint against Cleveland. Another possibility, Jim Bunning of Detroit who has been brilliant^ in four previous All-Star games, pitched Sunday, as did reliever Dick Radatz of the Red Sox. That left only Jim Grant of the Indians and Juan Pizarro of the White Sox, but Houk wasn't considering either of them as a starter. Loaded With Right-Handers "The National League is loaded with too much right-handed hitting power to start a left-hand­ er against them," Houk explained, "And I want to keep Grant and his fast ball, in case a spot situation comes up." Houk said he would like to talk to the pitchers he has at his command before making his decision, they wrll not arrive here until late today. As a matter of fact, neither club scheduled a workout at Municipal Stadium, where the game will be played starting at 1 p.m., EDT Tuesday, because so many of the players on the squad will not be here until late today. Chicago Junior Golf Tourney Opens Today CRYSTAL LAKE, 111. (UPI) The three-day 28th annual junior tournament of the Chicago District Golf Association opened today with a field of 161 golfers. The field was limited to duffers under 21 years of age. Champion Ray Barnhart, Downers Grove, will be unable to defend his title because he is over-age. The 6,450-yard Crystal Lake course is par 36-36-72. Sherman Finger III, 19, Evanston, who won the championship two years ago; Doug Seagren, 19, Des Plaines, a member of the University of Illinois golf team; Terry Shad, 19, Peoria, a sophomore at the University of Mississippi; Mike O'Connell, 20, Carthage, a junior at Notre Dame; and Drue Johnson, 16, Paris, who won the boys championship last year were among the 1963 contenders. Other favorites included Robert Teske, 19, Beecher, a member of the Southern Illinois University golf team; Jim Beall, 18, Lockport, a freshman at the California Institute of Technology, and John Bieber, 16, Kankakee, a member of the Kankakee High School golf squad. READ THE WANT ADSI It Arnold Palmer Versus Field in British Open USE YOUR CREDIT AS THE KEY TO TAKE THE KEEP COOL the modem way with room or central air conditioning, humidity controls, attic fan installation* and other comfort- creating impcovemeoo for yoar home. FINANCE THE COST tttfongh oar oficc with » convenient moritk- W m&m *x* F**» &m fi» TOW toeao* »rf yoar expw *K*. / 1 ci tic &OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 7:30 351 I Main St. Galesburg PAV6 PATTfRSQN, Mgr. - 343-3157 LYTHLAJM-ST. ANNES, England vor Palmer's game. t | far this year. But Palmer says (UPD It's going to be Arnold "The fairways are much too j the prestige is every bit as im- Palmer against the field in the tight for me," commented Nick- portant as the money — perhaps British Opxs-n golf tournament. 1 laus after a practice round on the j more so. championship course. "It's also very difficult to get on in two on Jack Nicklaus, a j most British courses if you stray into the rough, whereas in the United States you always have a good chance to make the green plays fantastically well with your second shot no matter says Nicklaus. "If he I where the tee shot goes." Speed Mark Set in Gold -ICup Race or I 1. DETROIT (UPI) - Pint-sized Ron Musson turned giant killer Sunday to upset all-conquering Bill Muncey and set a blazing new speed record In winning the 56th running of the famed Gold Cup race. Musson, a mere 5-7 and 155 pounds, powered Miss Bardahl around the three-mile Detroit River course at a sizzling average of 105.212 miles per hour to edge Bill 'Cantrell and Gale V for the $10,000 first prize and the coveted Gold Cup. Musson and Miss Bardahl had 1,500 points, to 1,400 for Gale V, which won the final heat. '> Muncey and the famed Miss Thriftway, winners of the last two Gold Cup races, finished sixth in the field of 12. Miss Bardahl won all three of her preliminary heats to pick up 1,200 points going into the final heat. Gale V and' Tahoe Miss each had 1,000 points and had a chance to win it all if Miss Bardahl faltered. Cantrell, a former Indianapolis "500" race driver, made his bid for victory by picking up 400 points as he made a farce out of the final heat. But Miss Bardahl picked up 300 points for finishing second and that was more than enough for victory in the overall point system. Miss Bardahl, owned by Ole Bardahl of Seattle, set a Gold Cup lap record of 114.650 miles per hour in the second heat. More than 200,000 fans jammed the course. (jalesburg Rggisrer-Mall GALESBURG, ILL., MONDAY, JULY 8, 1963 PAGE II Ring Mourns Death of 'Doc 9 Kearns MIAMI, Fla. (UPD-Through- out the boxing world today the bell was mournfully tolling "ten" for Jack (Doc) Kearns, the fight game's most fabulous manager, who died here early Sunday in his sleep. Jack Dempsey and others among the eight world champions who had been managed by 80- year-old Doc phoned or messaged their condolances to members of the family. Dempsey, 68, who teamed with Kearns and the late promoter, Tex Richard, in the Roaring Twenties to produce the first million-dollar fight gate, assured over the phone from New York: "I'l fly into Miami Tuesday afternoon." Services were tentatively' scheduled for the Philbrick Funeral Home in nearby Coral Gables, Fla., at 10 a .m. Wednesday. Changes Name Doc was given the baptismal name John Leo McKernan shortly after his birth at Waterloo, Mich., Aug. 17, 1882. But later when he became a professional boxer in the Far West, he shortened the name to Jack Kearns. And it was Dempsey who gave him the nickname what the experts say, gal-so what Palmer's ri- Even That's and it's vals &&L~y- man who has beaten Palmer at his best, is touting Arnie as the likely M .-iiiner. over h^i- continues iais present 'slump,' he should win easily." Britisi*. ocicLs-makers have installed 3E => ^lxTT5 <?r as the 2-1 favorite in the field of 120 golfers which tocxs off Wednesday on the 6,757-y .Ta yd, jxaj--70 Royal Lytham and St. Annes course. Nicklaus is quoted at T-l, four-time British "The main purpose of competing in the British Open is because it's still a great prestige event, and I wish there were more," he says. The field will play 18 holes each on Wednesday and Thursday Open champion Peter Thomson of; "It's an honor to be the favorite Australia is rated at 8-1, and Aus- but it will be a tough battle." tralia's Ivel IS'agle is listed at The top prize in the British 10-1. Open is only $4,200 compared Xic-ic 1 si * pessimism is caused with some of the huge winner's by the * * tight fairways" which he pots Palmer has hauled in eo and oclue»r- .perls here, insist fa- 1 route to his 185,545 U> earnings §0 with the top 45 scorers and ties Palmer has won two of. the last playing the final 36 holes Friday, three tournaments in whi"h he competed but he isn't taking anything for granted. In fact, he seems to be the only expert in England who thinks he may have a tough time winning. "There are a lot of good golfers in this field," he commented. Breaks World Mark MORGAN CITY, La. (UPD Ben Trumo of Miami, piloting his Second Mortgage around the five- mile Lake Palourde course at 65.336 miles per hour, broke his own world's record in winning the American Power Boat Association's E-service runabout eastern divisional championship Sunday. WHEEL AUONMIMT *6«50 cuARANniD 4000 mi% MODERN ALIGNMENT & 9RAKE 131 NORTH CHIRIY PMONi 943-1414 Hour* 9 to 9, Menday through Friday Top Horses Slated to See Action Chateaugay, Candy Spots.Crim- son Satan, Admiral's Voyage and other thoroughbred stars will gallop after more than half a million dollars in purses next Saturday— the richest day of the year for the horses. Six major stakes are on tap, three of them worth $100,000 In added money — • the Hollywood Gold Cup at Hollywood Park, the Monmouth Handicap at Monmouth Park, and the American Derby at Arlington Park. Thrown in for good measure are the $75,000 Dwyer Handicap at Aqueduct, the $50,000 Oak's at Delaware Park, and the $25,000 Detroit Sweepstakes at Detroit. John W. Galbreath's Chateaugay, for instance, is wavering between the Dwyer and the American Derby. Both are for 3 -year- olds at VA miles. If trainer Jimmy Conway and Galbreath don't like the Aqueduct pounds, they'll probably fly their Kentucky Derby and Belmont winner to Chicago for another crack at Rex Ellsworth's Candy Spots, the Preakness winner. Each gets 126 pounds in the American Derby. 3 Sport Pages of Doc because. Kearns knew so many prescriptions for blood-stoppers for cuts and for Umbering oils used in rubdowns. Kearns recently estimated that he had managed more than 500 professional boxers and that "since nearly all of my bpys were good earners, I figure their total purses must have exceeded $40 million, and that my share was about $13 million." He paused then and added, "And you'd never believe a man could go through that much money." Kearns, the real, "golden boy" of boxing, said heavyweight champion Dempsey's purses and other earnings totalled about $19 million, and that the money registered by Mickey Walker, former welterweight and middleweight champion, approximated $6 million. Ill Since March Doc, spry and wiry in his 80th year but somewhat withered and stooped, was taken ill at Los An* geles in March but he returned to Miami, where he underwent a month's hospital check-up. Then he went to the home of his son, Jackie — a Miami fireman and one of the nation's foremost skin divers. It was at Jackie's home where he fell/last week while trying to walk into the yard and broke his right wrist. Since that injury he had been confined to bed,, where his son found him dead Sunday morning. Cards Snap Long Losing Streak, 5-0 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Ageless Stan Musial, to play his 24th All-Star game Tuesday in Cleveland, tuned up Sunday by banging out four hits and helping to break a Cardinal eight-game losing streak. The doubleheader started as a sad affair for the Cardinals aa they lost the first game to the San Francisco Giants, 4 -3. Willi* Mays scampered home in the 15th inning with the winning run on an error by Ken Boyer. But things brightened in the nightcap: Bob Gibson tossed a six-hit game ,and held the Giants scoreless as the Cards shoved across the plate five runs. A two-run homer for Musial in the seventh inning — his 472nd career round- tripper — iced the cake: He also hit a two-run triple in the first contest. Gibson's triumph gave him an 8-4 record. Loser was Juan Marichal, 13-4. The Cardinals were idle today, as are all other major leaguo teams. Little League BASEBALL TONIGHT AT 7:30 Athletics vs. Yankees RAD TJij |_§QUNQ CITIZEN 1400 ON YOUR DIM

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