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34 Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Wed., Aug. 28, 1963 Bouton Not Happy About Narrow Miss of No-Hitter NF.W YORK (AP)~Jim Bouton, the now right-handed are of the New York Yankees, will have none of this nonsense of shrugging off the lost chance for a no-hitter. "I really wanted it," Bouton barked in the dressing room after a lead-off. ninth-inning single by pinch hitter Rnss Nixon of Boston spoiled bis bid for a hitless game at Yankee Stadium Tuesday night. "I knew from the start that I had a chance and I was really bearing down from the fourth inning on. "But I made a stupid pitch to Nixon. The situation called for a breaking pitch but like a dope I throw him a fast ball. I figured I'd fool him." Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press PITCHING — Jim Bouton, Yankees, pitched eight innings of no- hit ball before Russ Nixon singled to lcrtd off ninth, and wound up with two-hitter in 5-0 first-game victory over Boston. Yankees also took night cap of twi-nighter, 3-0. BATTING—-Willie Mays, Giants, became 10th majo" leaguer to hit 400 home runs, connecting in the third inning of 7-2 triumph over St. Louis. Nixon's hit, a clean smash through the middle of the infield, was followed immediately by a lined single to right by Gary Geiger but Bouton settled down to retire the side without any scoring and won 5 -0 for his 18th victory. The 24-year-old Bouton still was berating himself long after Ralph Terry followed his performance on NBC Network See it live . . . in COLOR! on Sept. 7-8 Handcrafted quality makes the difference in Zenith Color TV. TV'S — THIRD FLOOR Hurling Gem Recorded at Rock Island ROCK ISLAND, 111. (AP) - A 47-year-old Long Beach, Calif., softball pitcher hurled a perfect game Tuesday night in the International Softball Congress World Tourney. LeRoy Zimmerman, who came out of retirement in July to pitch in the tournament, retired 21 consecutive batters, striking out 14, to defeat Ft. Wayne, Ind., 4-0. Dubuque, Iowa, upset defending champion El Paso, Tex., 1-0 in one of the five games played. Rain delayed the game nearly one hour and only a few of the 5,438 fans who attended Tuesday night's games saw Jim Hosch bounce a ground rule double over the center field fence in the sixth inning to drive in the winning run. El Paso now will have to play through the loser's bracket of the double eliminamion tourney if it is to win its third straight championship. In other games Tuesday, Walters, Okla., edge Los Alamos, N.M., 2-1 in 10 innings; Forbes Air Force Base (Kansas) defeated Arlington, Tex., 2-1, and Rock Island, 111., beat Enid, Okla., 2-0 on a 2-hitter by Dick Tobanc. Tonight's schedule: 5 p.m. Tulsa, Okla., vs. Valparaiso, Ind. 6 p.m. Canon City, Colo., vs. Longmont, Colo. 7 p.m. Allentown, Pa., vs Paso 8 p.m. Gardena, Calif., Forbes AFB 9 p.m. Mercury, Nev., vs. lington, Tex. El vs. Ar- Kentucky Belle Wins Filly Stake At Du Quoin Fair DU QUOIN, 111. (UPI) - Kentucky Belle, pacing her best mile in 2:02, Tuesday won the $6,523 Newport Stock Farm filly stake at the Du Quoin State Fair. The 3-year-old trotter belongs to the Castleton Farm of Lexington, Ky., owner of today's Hamble- tonian favorite, Speedy Scot. Tarport Rose paced Tuesday's fastest mile, winning the $5 ,623 Popular Hill Farm stake in 2:00 1 -5. with a five-hitter for a 3-0 Yankee triumph and a double shutout for the American League leaders. Bouton, after permitting two first inning baserunners on an error and a walk, had retired 22 in a row when Nixon batted in the ninth for relief pitcher Jack Lamabe. But he still wanted that no- hitter. "I remember pitching one for Bloom Township High School in Chicago Heights, 111., in the state tournament back in 1957," Bouton said. "But in three years in the minors I didn't even pitch a shutout, let alone a no-hitter. "If I had to, I would have taken that liner Nixon hit in my mouth, I would have deserved it, too." Cars Get Check-Ups Before Drags INDIANAPOLIS (AP)—A weird collection of motor vehicles with names like Swamp Rat, Tennessee Bo-Weevil and Missin' Missile took over an Indianapolis parking lot today. The occasion was the technical inspection of 1,000 cars, ranging from street roadsters to 900 horsepower specially built dragsters, which will compete Thursday through Labor Day in the National Hot Rod Association's ninth annual championships. Technicians will check assignments of the cars and their 6.000 drivers and crewmen to 70 classes, based on horsepower-weight ratios. Then the drag enthusiasts will haul their cars to Indianapolis Raceway Park for the start of time trials Thursday. Among the entrants is Ray Paul Fisher of Pinckneyville, 111., who will drive a Class C-gas, 1956 Chevrolet with 327 Chevrolet engine, which has been up to 112 miles per hour in a quarter-mile from a standing start. Postpone Game Due to March On Washington WASHINGTON (UPI) — At the request of the police department, the Washington Senators baseball club called off games it was scheduled to play with the Minne sota Twins Tuesday night and tonight. Police Chief Robert V. Murray said the large detail of police normally assigned to D. C. Stad ium for baseball games would be needed to handle the march on Washington. The cancelled games will be rescheduled as a doubleheader Thursday, which originally was slated to be an off-day for both the Senators and the Twins. READY FOR ACTION—Driver Jerry Brown of Peoria and car owner -Bud Kaufman are ready to go in the State Championship Micro Midget Races this Saturday at Squires' speedway. The races are sponsored by the Galesburg Micro Midget Auto Club with time trials scheduled for 7:30. Warriors Win Behind Scott Young Bobby Scott got the job done, Tuesday night, and in a big way at that. A hurler for the Galesburg American Legion squad for most of the summer, Scott tossed a two-hitter and fanned an eye-opening total of 19 batters to spark the Galesburg Warriors to a 2-1' Nicholson Breaks Strikeout Record READ THE WANT ADS! Stop Now , • • At Either PHILLIPS 66 Station . . . and start your 4-PIECE HOSTESS SET with an 8 gallon purchase of gasoline. Set includes squeeze or shake ketchup, mustard, salt and pepper in beautiful copper tone and white bondware. Ideal for indoor or outdoors. Limited time while supply lasts. Go First 1 Class •. Go Phillips 66 Get your FREE auto hankie and Phillips Vacuum cleaning service at the following PHILLIPS 66 STATIONS John Hopping Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. Grand Ave. & Farnham Bob Stancomb triumph over Creve Coeur. Gary Bruington performed the heroics for the Warriors at the plate and on the bases. With the Warriors trailing 1-0 in the seventh inning, Bruington drove in Scott, who had singled, with the tieing run. He scored the winning run moments later when he stole third and scored on catcher Carl Sulaski's wild toss to the third base bag. Dick Fillman and George Shea provided the extra base power for the Warriors with doubles. In winning his first game of the summer for the Warriors, Scott walked only three men. He struck out Gene Reutcr, leading hitter in the Kickapoo Valley League, throe times. Galesburg travels to Milan tonight for an 8 p.m. contest. The team will leave from Bob Wright's home at 6. Saturday night, the Chicago Yakuis will be in town, while Morning Sun (Iowa) will be here, Sunday night. On Monday night, the Peoria Midwest Barber College squad will be in Galesburg for a contest with the Warriors. Creve Coeur (1) ab r hi Baumea'r Buescner Reutcr Sulnski Tcrponi'g rallinon M .ihiM' Perry 4 0 0 3 1 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 Johnson Brulnfiton Schacrl Hansen 4 0 OILesler 3 0 OlKillman 3 0 HSliea 3 0 0 1 Siuxlriuist 2 0 I I Sent t. I MrHrlde 20 1 2| Totals Siine by Innings: Creve Coeur 100 OOO 000 —I Warriors 000 000 20x—2 Warrlorf (2', ab r h 3 0 0 2 1 1 4 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 4 0 1 4 0 3 2 0 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 CHICAGO (AP) - Dave Nichol- sot. of the Chicago White Sox set a major league record Tuesday night. He might not be proud of it but a record is a record. The 23-year-old outfielder struck out four times to run his total to 144 for the season, two more than Harmon Killebrew compiled with Minnesota last year. The fact that Dave struck out four times didn't bother the Sox a bit. They downed the Cleveland Indians, 6-1 behind the sound hitting of rookies Pete Ward and Tom McCraw. McCraw drove in two runs with a bunt single and his fourth home run and Ward singled in one run and slugged his 18th home run. Joe Horlen (7-5) was the starter and winner but was helped by Hoyt Wilhelm who hurled three shutout innings. The Sox and Indians tangle in Siwashers Send Out Grid Call Twenty-four candidates will be on hand when Knox College begins football practice, Sept. 4. Mike Leighton and George Shea of Galesburg will be among those reporting for the opening day session. Leighton is a returning letterman, while Shea is expected to see quite a bit of action at quarterback. Leighton is a senior and Shea is a sophomore. Leading a list of 13 returning lettermen will be co-captains Dave Eiss and Gary Nies. Nies was a standout end last fall for the Siwashers, while Eiss sat out most of the season with a broken hand. Eiss will run from fullback this fall. Knox opens its 1963 season at Beloit, Sept. 21. a twi- night doubleheader today, with Ray Herbert (11-9) and Juan Plzarro (15-6) facing Pedro Ramos (6-6) and Dick Donovan (1010). The Chicago Cubs came up with late inning heroics to overcome a 3-0 deficit and edge the hot-running Philadelphia Phillies 4-3. Held to one hit in the first six innings, the Cubs scored three runs in the seventh and another USSR Fails To Enter Tennis Team FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP)The National Tennis Championships got under way today at the West Side Tennis Club on a note of international mystery. Everybody is asking: "What happened to the Russians?" The Soviet Union, with announced designs on the Davis Cup, was supposed to send three or four of its ranking players on the special plane which Tuesday brought 80 stars from 28 countries here for the tournament. The Soviet athletes failed to show. There Were several explanations but one conclusion: The Russians apparently have given up their five-year plan for taking over the No. 1 position in the court sport. Experiences at Wimbledon and Forest Hills must have convinced them that other countries, particularly the United States and Australia, have made such vast strides that they cannot be overtaken on such short notice. So Soviet tennis players are going back behind the Iron Curtain to get some training before trying to challenge the rest of the tennis world. in the eighth on Billy Williams' sacrifice fly after Ellis Burton had walked and gone to third on Ron Santo's third hit. Lindy McDaniel, who took over for starter Larry Jackson in the eighth, got in and out of trouble in the ninth. Witt one out the Phils got singles from Tony Taylor and Frank Torre to put men on first and third. McDaniel then fanned Tony Gonzalez and Roy Sievers to end the game. Too Many Papers CARLISLE, Pa. <UPI) - The Washington Redskirts gave tackle Charlie Moore his walking papers Tuesday morning and the National Guard presented him with his marching papers in the afternoon. Moore was one of six players cut from the squad, The National Guard ordered the University of Arkansas graduate to report to duty today at thd "freedom" march" in Washington. GOOD BUY STATE FARM INSURANCE GOOD GUY FM AUTO, LIFE 1 FIRE INSUMNCE BUD NELSON 7 W. Main 342-4816 30 2 7 Touring Pros Will Attack Denver Course DENVER (AP) — Touring pro golfers attack the Denver Country Club's tree-lined, narrow fairways today in a pro-amateur tuneup for the start Thursday of the $40,000 Denver Open. Bob Charles, the left-handed British Open champion, headed a field of 147 pros. Top money winners Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and .Julius Boros have other commitments. Bob Goalby, winner of the 1962 Denver Open, said after a practice tour of the 6,774-yard, par 35-35— 70 course that he thought the winning score this time would beat his three-under-par 277 a year ago. After two rounds Thursday and Friday the field will be cut to the low 65 pros, plus ties, and 10 amateurs for the final rounds Saturday and Sunday. Switched NEW YORK (UPI) - Pitcher Tracy Stallard of the New York Mets was a lefthanded thrower a youngster but injuries forced him to become a right­ hander. 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