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Gglesburg Regjster-Moif, Gotesburg, HI, Friday, Sept. 13, ) 963 T5 BIG KICK—Juan Marichal proved the big stopper once again for the San Francisco Giants as he pitched a four-hit shutout over the New York Mets. It was his 22nd victory of the season. UN1FAX 1 Major League Box Scores CHICAGO | ab r h bi. ST. LOUIS ab r h bi 4 0 0 0 3 12 0 0 3 1 Brock 4 0 10 Javier Rodg'rs 4 0 10 Groat WiUia's 4 0 0 0 cMax'Ul Santo 4 0 0 0 Musial Burton 4 110 aKolb 1 1 Hubbs 4 0 11 Boyer 4 2 Boc'lla 4 111 White 2 2 Sch'fer 4 12 1 Flood 3 0 Jackson 2 0 10 McCar'r 4 0 Elston 0 0 0 0 Altman 4 1 bStew't 1 0 0 0 Shannon 0 0 F.Bu'te 0 0 0 0 Broglio 3 0 dCowan 10 0 0 Totals36 3 8 3| Totals 31 8 11 7 a—Ran for Musial in 5th; b— struck out for Elston in 7th; c— ran for Groat in 8th; d—struck out for F. Burdette in 9th. Score by innings: Chicago 000 000 102—3 St. Louis 100 131 20x—8 E—Hubbs, Boyer 2. PO-A—Chicago 24-11 St. Louis 27-9. DP— Hubbs, Rodgers and Boccabella; Eodgers (unassisted); Groat, Javier and White. LOB—Chicago 6, St. Louis 8. 2B—Groat, Burton, Hubbs. HR—White, Boccabella, Schaffer. S—Flood, Broglio, Javier. SF— Groat. ip h r et bb so Jackson L, 14-15..4% 7 5 4 2 2 Elston iy 3 2 1 1 0 0 F. Burdette 2 2 2 2 2 1 Broglio W, 16-8 „9 7 3 3 0 7 HBP—By Jackson, Boyer. U— Secory, Pelekoudas, Pryor. T—2:17. A—9,000. NIGHT SAN FRANCISCO ab r h bi F.Alou Hiller McCo'y J.Alou Mays Cepeda Bailey D'nport Pagan Mari'al GAME NEW KranepT Carmel Snider Harkn'ss Hickm'n Kanehl Coleman Moran bChri'er Schrei'er Stallard aHicks Bearn'th Bauta ;Gonder Powell YORK ab r h bl 4 4 3 4 3 0 3 0 3 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 6 10 61 Totals 30 0 4 0 a—Flied out for Stallard in 5th; b—filed out for Moran in 8th; c— grounded out for Bauta in 8th. Score by innings: San Francisco 100 112 010—6 New York 000 000 000—0 E—Kanehl, Coleman, Harkness. PO-A—San Francisco 27-7, New York 27-10. DP—Coleman and Hickman; Hiller, Pagan and Cepeda. LOB—San Francisco 7, New York 4. 2B—F. Alou, Cepeda. HR —F. Alou, Marichal, Bailey. SB— Cepeda 2. Coleman. ip h x er bb I o Marichal W, 22-8 .9 4 0 0 1 13 Stallard L, 6-15 „5 4 3 2 2 4 Bearnarth 1 3 2 2 0 1 Bauta 2 . 3 1112 1 0 0 0 <T 1 Powell WP—Powell. U—Barlick, Vargo, Harvey, Weyer. T—2:20. A—27,839. Jets Release Player NEW YORK (UPI) - Jerry Fields, a linebacker formerly with the New York Giants of the National Football League, was released Thursday by the newly formed New York Jets of the American Football League. TICKET Information The Black Hills PASSION PLAY Sept. 29 & 30 Call or Write Galesburg Regi$ter*Miil 140 $. Prairie 342*5161 NIGHT LOS ANGELES ab I h bl Wills Gilliam Moon T.Davis Fairly Roseb'o McM'n W.Da'is Podres Per'ski 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 GAME PITTSBURGH ab r h bi Schofi'd 5 13 1 Mota Face Cleme'te Pagliar'i dBrand Clende'n Mazer'ki Virdon Bailey Friend aLogan Sisk bSavage McBean cLynch dAlley Totals 30 5 6 51 Totals 32 3 6 3 a—Fouled out for Friend in 3rd; b—Popped out for Sisk in 6th; c— singled for McBean in 8th; d—ran for Pagliaroni in 8th; d—ran for Lynch in 9th. Score by innings: Los Angeles 401 000 000—5 Pittsburgh 000 000 030—3 E—None. PO-A—Los Angeles 2712, Pittsburgh 27-15. DP—Wills, Gilliam and Fairly. LOB—Los Angeles 3, Pittsburgh 7. 2B— Schofield. HR — Roseboro. S — Podres, T. Davis. Ip h xPodres W, 13-10.7 6 Perranoski 2 0 Friend L, 16-15 „3 5 Sisk 3 0 McBean 2 0 Face 1 1 _ . x—Faced three men in 8th. r er bb to 3 3 2 0 U—DonateUi, Williams, Venzon, Steiner. T—2:04. A—2,644. NEW YORK ab r h bi KANSAS CITY Kueb Rich'on Pepit'e Mantle Reed Berra » 4 Blanc'd 4 Tresh 0 Lopez 4 Boyer 4 Willia's 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Cimoli Causey Lumpe Siebem Charles Lau Wojcik DelGr'o Drab'sky Bowsfi'd aEsseg'n bLaRu'a Sturdi't cJime'ez dGreen Fischer ab r 5 1 hbl Totals 34 5 8 51 Totals 36 2 8 2 a—Walked for Bowsfield in 6th; b—ran for Essegian in 6th; c—sin­ gled for Sturdivant in 8th; d—ran for Jimenez in 8th. Score by innings: New York . 010 211 000—5 Kansas City 000 020 000—2 E—Siebern, Richardson, Boyer. PO-A—New York 27-10, Kansas City 27-7. DP—Boyer, Richardson and Pepitone; Drabowsky and Causev- LOB—New York 6, Kansas City 13. 2B—Causey. HR—Blanchard, SB—Berra, Wojcik. ip Williams W, 8-6 9 Drabo'sky L, 6-12-43;, Bowsfield !'/• Sturdivant 2 Fischer 1 r er bb so 2 16 3 4 3 3 4 110 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 HBP—By Drabowsky, Pepitone. WP—Williams 2, Bowsfield. U— Paparella, Napp, Rice, Stewart. T —2:40. A—8,017. Team Shapes Up BOSTON (UPI) - The Boston Celtics are one step closer today flooring the same team that captured the National Basketball Association championship — with the exception - of the immortal Bob Cousy, of course. Big Jim Loscutoff, the second oldest team member in time of service, signed his contract Thursday. His signing left Clyde Lovellette, John Havlicek and Tommy Heinsohn as the only unsigned members of the team. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Cardinals Claim They Feel No Pressure in Flag Chase ST. LOUIS (AP)-"How many games do we have left?" asked Dick Groat of St. Louis. Fourteen came the reply. "That's our magic number," shot back the Cardinal shortstop. For the stretch-running Cardinals, who continue to feel neither the pressure of victory or the'pain of defeat, Groat may ndt have been just whistling in the clubhouse. The Cardinals had just won their sixth straight and 15th in the last 16 games by bouncing the Chicago Cubs 8-3 Thursday. The victory momentarily cut first place Los Angeles' lead to 2% games before the Dodgers restored it to three by beating Pittsburgh 5-3 Thursday night. "I don't know if our winning has exerted any pressure on the Dodgers," said Cardinal Manager Johnny Keane, "but they have to be looking at us. i know there's no pressure on us. "Our boys just want to get up there and hit. It doesn't make any difference whose pitching. They drive at them all." The Cardinals, who beat 20- game winner Dick Ellsworth Wednesday, jumped on.former St. Louis Hurler Larry Jackson Thursday as they swept the four-game set with the Cubs. Jackson lasted less than five innings as the Cardinals combed him for five runs on seven hits, including two by Stan MusiaJ and two by Groat, the league's leading hitter with a .331 average. Curt Flood greeted reliever Don Elston with a two-run single to extend his hitting streak to 13 games. Bill White slugged his 25th! home run with a man on in the! seventh to climax the 11-hit attack. A few safeties that just eluded Cub infielders and one that bad- hopped past first base for a run also helped out. "When a dub is going like we are," said Keane, "the breaks go with you too." The only sour note came in the seventh inning when the Cubs squeeeed out their first run of the four-game series and the first off Cardinal pitching in 37 innings. Ernie Broglio, trying to continue the whitewash hung out 1 Monday and Tuesday by Curt j Simmons and Bob Gibson and Wednesday by Ray Sadecki and I Ron Taylor, had the best of it for six innings. But a bloop double to center by Ellis Burton and another two-bagger into the left field corner by Ken Hubbs broke the spell. Two out homers by John Boccabella, his first in the major leagues, and Jim Schaffer in the ninth tacked on two more Chicago tallies, but Broglio still had his 16th triumph in 24 decisions. A reporter later asked Curt Simmons, 14-7, who is scheduled to face old Cardinal nemesis Warren Spahn when the Milwaukee Braves arrive tonight, if the runs off Broglio took off any pressure. "No," laughed the smooth left­ hander who went through a pennant race with Philadelphia in 1950. "He won didn't he?" Old Men Take Over for L.A. Semifinals Today in Golf Meet DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)- It was Charlie Coe vs. Dick Sikes and Deane Beman vs. George Archer in the semifinals today of the U.S. Amateur golf tournament. Archer, 23, who is studying to be a cowboy at Gilroy, Calif., has won the San Francisco City championship, the Northern California Open and is the Trans-Mississippi champion. He downed a friend of his, NCAA runner-up John Lotz of San Jose State, 3 ~and 2, and then spilled NAIA small college champion Steve Spray of Eastern New Mexico U., 1 up, in Thursday's double round. Beman scrambled to a 1 up, 19- hole decision over Barry Meerdink of Muscatine, Iowa, before routing Cleveland salesman Walter Stahl, 6 and 5, with' one-under-par play in the afternoon. Sikes, 23, America's Walker and World cupper, and NCAA champ from Arkansas, sank a 10-foot birdie putt on the last hole to eliminate Ed Tutwiler of Charleston, W. Va., and fired 14 straight pars in humbling John Owens of Lexington, Ky., 6 and 4 in the quarterfinals. Coe, the U.S. champion in 1949 and 1958, had a couple of breezes —8 and 7 over Jimmy Thompson of the University of Texas, and 6 and 4 over Dick Guardiola of Cleveland. Ten Horses Will Clash In Handicap By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ten horses will clash Saturday on the Atlantic City grass course in one of the year's biggest thoroughbred attractions—the invitational $125,000 United Nations Handicap. Carry Back, at 127 pounds, is the shaky 2-1 favorite in the 1 3-16 mile grind. The Axe II, conceded to be the nation's best grass course runner, packs top weight of 128 pounds and is quoted at 5-2. Mongo, who won the U.N. a year ago, has 124 pounds and ,is 4-1. Crimson Satan, winner ot five major 1963 stakes and runnerup to Kelso in the Aqueduct Stakes, is 6-1, with 125 pounds. Never Bend and B. Major have 118, with 114 for Hot Dust. Others are Bronze Babu and Hard Rock Man, 120 each, and Cadiz, 119. So-Called 'Choke-Ups 9 Come Through Under Big Pressure By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer Youth can be wonderful--and the Los Angeles Dodgers have plenty—but the "old men" of the team seem to have taken charge of its 1963 destiny. These are the men who.most resent the choke-up charges they have heard since the San Fran- 1,. . , ~ , . first major league homer to win his 22nd game of the season for the Giants. Felipe Alou sent the Giants in front with a homer off Tracy Stallard's first pitch of the game and Ed Bailey also hom­ ered in San Francisco's 10-hit attack. Former Dodger star Duke Snider was honored in pre-game ceremonies, which included the introduction of most o[ the Brooklyn stars of the 1950-57 era. He went hitless in three official trios to the plate but made a leaping one-handed catch to rob Chuck Hiller of an extra-base hit. Hard-throwing rookie Ray Culp pitched a five-hitter and struck out seven to win his 13th game for the Phillies. Homers by Roy Sievers and Tony Tavlor led the Phillies' eight-hit attack. cisco Giants "stole" the 1962 National League pennant. Gold solid pros . . . like Wally Moon . . . Maury Wills . . . and John Roseboro. It's clearly the hour of the Dodgers' greatest need, with the St. Louis swifties coming on like gangbusters and it's these men who have answered manager Wait Alston's call for help. Stiffening in the face of the Cardinal charge, the Dodgers have won their last three games to retain their three-game bulge over the swifties, who've taken 15 of their last 16 including six in a row. First it was Moon driving ir. two runs in a 4-2 victory, then it was Wills with four hits in a 9-4 triumph, and Thursday night it was Roseboro • with a grand slam homer and five runs batted in for a "personal" 5-3 triumph over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Under Pressure The Dodgers started their game in Pittsburgh Thursday night under the most extreme sort of pressure. The Cardinals' 8-3 afternoon victory over the Chicago Cubs already was on the scoreboard and 16-game winner Bob Hits Come In Clutch For Dodgers Nicklaus 11 Strokes Off Pace SEATTLE (UPI) - Defending champion Jack Nicklaus went out i today to get back in the running and avoid being eliminated from i a chance at first-place nrize money in the second round of the Greater Seattle Open. And Nicklaus had his work cut out for him. He was 11 strokes off the pace as he teed off in the first featured threesome for today's round. Ahead of him in the lead were four lesser lights in the professional golfing world. Ken Still, Tacoma, Wash.; Stan Leonard, Vancouver, B. C; Raymond Floyd, Fayetteville, N.C.. and Bobby Nichols, Corona, Calif., all carded Six-under-nar Wis in the opening round Thursday which saw 41 golfers break par at the Inglevvood Country Club course here. One stroke back of the leading quartet were Doug Sanders, Ojai, Calif.; Bob McCallister, Corona, Calif., and Bob Rosburg, Portland, Ore., with 67s. By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE W. I.. Pet. G.B. New York .97 51 .655 — Minnesota ... 84 64 .568 1.1 Chicago 83 65 .561 14 Baltimore .... 78 70 .527 19 Detroit 72 75 .490 244 Boston .. .... 70 79 .470 27',<s Cleveland 70 80 .467 28 Kansas City . 67 80 . 456 29'i Los Angeles 67 82 . 450 30<,i Washington .. 53 95 .358 44 Thursday's Results Los Angeles 2, Boston 0 New York 5, Kansas City 2 Minnesota 3, Cleveland 2, (10 innings) Only games scheduled Today's Games New York at Minnesota (N> Chicago at Washington (N) Baltimore at Detroit (N) Cleveland at Los Angeles (N) Boston at Kansas City (N) Saturdny's Games Cleveland at Los Angeles (N) Boston at Kansas City (N) New York at Minnesota (2, day- night) Baltimore at Detroit Chicago at Washington (N) NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B, Los Angeles .89 57 .610 — St. Louis ... 87 61 .588 3 Milwaukee . . 80 67 .544 San Francisco 79 68 .537 Wh Philadelphia . 77 70 .524 12* Cincinnati 78 62 .520 13 Chicago 74 73 .503 15* Pittsburgh .... 69 77 .473 20 Houston 54 93 .367 35* New York .... 49 98 .333 40* Thursday's Results St, Louis 8, Chicago 3 Philadelphia 4, Houston 1 Los Angeles 5, Pittsburgh 3 San Francisco 6, New York 0 Only games scheduled Today's Games Los Angeles at Philadelphia (2, twi-nighU Milwaukee at St. Louis (N) San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N) Houston at New York (N) Cincinnati at Chicago Saturday's Games Houston at New York Los Angeles at Philadelphia San Francisco at Pittsburgh Cincinnati at Chicago Milwaukee at St. Louis Major League Leaders By United Press NATIONAL Player & Club G. Groat, St.L. 144 Clmnte, Pitts 136 H. Aaron, Mil 143 T.Davis, LA 132 Pinson, Cin 150 Gonzalez, Pha 141 Flood, StL 144 White, StL 148 Cepeda, SF 141 Wills, LA 119 Santo, Chi 147 International LEAGUE AB R. II. Pet. 82 190 .331 71 172 .325 574 113 186 .324 505 60 162 .321 90 193 .321 75 161 .318 607 105 188 .310 603 101 187 .310 518 89 161 .310 474 76 143 .302 577 73 174 .302 574 530 602 507 White, Cards 104; Santo, Cubs 95; Pinson, Reds 95. American League: Stuart, Red Sox 106; Kalinc, Tigers 95; Wagner, Angels 88; Colavito, Tigers 87; Allison, Twins 86. Pitching National League: Perranoski, Dodgers 14-3; Koufax, Dodgers 23 - 5; McBean, Pirates 13-3; Spahn, Braves 20-5; Maloney, Reds 22-6. American League: Bouton, Yanks 19-6; Ford, Yanks 22 - 7; Peters, White Sox 18-6; Downing, Yanks 12-4; Stange, Twins 10-4. AMERICAN LEAGUE PITTSBURGH (AP) - Without the brilliant pitching of Sandy Friend was on "the mound for the 1 Koufax, the Los Angeles Dodgers Pirates. i probably would not be sittinG on Roseboro provided the Dodger a three-game lead in the National answer when he went to bat with i League pennant race. the bases filled and two out in the first inning — and connected for the second grand slam of his career to send the Dodgers off to a 4-0 lead. Roseboro singled home But without the timely hitting of a pop-gun offense, it's unlikely the Dodgers would even be in the race. Thursday night's 5-3 victory Moon in the third-inning to make! over Pittsburgh was typical. The it 5-0 and Johnny Podres protect- 1 Dodgers tapped Pirate pitching for ed the margin until the eighth: J" s t six hits-five in the first when he needed the relief help of three innings-but grabbed the Ron Perranoski. The win was, victory thanks to John Roseboro's Podres' 13th against 10 losses. The Cardinals continued their terrific late drive behind the seven-hit, seven-strikeout pitching of Ernie Broglio, who scored his 16th victory. Bill White hit a r-vo- first-inning grand slam homer and run-scoring single. "That's the way it's been going for us all season," Dodger Manager Walt Alston said in the clubhouse. "We've been gettint! the run homer and drove in three time, y hitting. And that's what it runs and Dick Groat and Stan takes. If you get a hit with some- Musial had two hits each in the °" y ou ' re bound to score 11-hit attack. Giants Beat Mets The San Francisco Giants stopped their two-game skid with a 6-0 win over the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies downed the Houston Colts, 4-1, in the only other National League games. In the American League, New York defeated Kansas City, 5-2, Minnesota topped Cleveland, 3-2, and Los Angeles beat Boston, 2-0. Juan Marichal pitched a four- hitter, struck out 13 and hit his And it's been somebody different each game. One night it's (Maury) Wills. Another night (Jim) Gilliam. And another night (Ron) Fairly or somebody else. Tonight it was Roseboro." Minor Leagues By The Associated Press INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (Final) Indianapolis 7, Atlanta 3, Indianapolis leads 3-1 bestof-seven series. WHEEL AUONMINT *6 50 guarant " d 4000 m,l| * ' MODERN ALIGNMENT ft BRAKE 131 NORTH CHERRY PHONE 343-1414 Howrs 9 to 9, Monday through Friday US. Aims for Australians By TIM GARTNER DENVER (UPI) - The heavily favored U.S. Davis Cup team face the Venezuelans today in what the Americans hope will be the first step toward challenging the Australians for world tennis supremacy. Non-playing captain Bob Kelleber, who directs the four-man U.S. team, said the strategy at the Cherry Hills Country Club event is simply "to win." Venezuela apparently benefit­ ted by Thursday's draw. Marty Riessen drew South American ace Iyo Pimental. in tlie opening singles match. Dennis Ralston met Orlando Bracamonte in the second match. Venezuela's non-playing coach Arthur Savy said, "It is just the way I wanted it. Orlando can 40 against Ralston relaxed with everything to gain and nothing to lose." The Venezuelans feel that if Pimental can win both singles matches, the doubles Saturday will hold the key to the tournament. This tournament — on a concrete court — is the first of three Davis Cup events before the Aus- Dispute Match In U.S.Billiards Tournament ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) - A disputed match threw the lead up for grabs Thursday night in the United States Masters Pocket Billiards Tournament. F'ormer national and world champion, Irving Crane of Rochester, protested the match he lost to Joe Canton of Watervliet, N.Y. 150-149. The tournament judges were considering the protest. In other matches, Don Tozer of Decatur, 111., defeated Mike Eufemia of New York, 159-109. Eufemia had been tied with Crane for first place. Eufemia now has a 4-2 record. Art (Babe) Cranfield of Syracuse, N.Y. downed Dan Diliberto of Buffalo, N.Y. 150-92, and Frank McGown of Brooklyn clobbered George Chenier of Montreal 150-10. Player & Club Ystzski, Bos Kalinc, Det. Pearson, LA Rollins, Minn Malzone, Bos Ward, Chi Wagner, LA Robinson, Chi Howard, NY Fregosi, LA G. AB 140 529 136 527 142 527 131 514 143 557 148 583 141 528 133 483 123 444 142 543 R. H. Pet. 86 170 .321 86 165 .313 87 164 .311 76 159 .309 66 165 .296 76 171 .293 72 154 .292 61 139 .286 69 127 .286 77 155 .285 Home Runs National League: Aaron, Braves 41; McCovey, Giants 38; Mays, Giants 34; Cepeda, Giants 30; Santo, Cubs; Howard, Dodgers; and White, Cards, all 25. American League: Stuart, Red Sox 38; Killebrew, Twins 38; Allison, Twins 35; Hall, Twins 32; Howard, Yanks 27. Runs Batted In National League: Aaron, Braves 124; Boyer, Cards 104; Country Don Takes Prize LIVONIA. Mich. (AP)-Country Don stepped to his 15th straight victory in the $19 ,500 Brown Jug Trial Thursday night at Wolverine Harness Raceway and established himself as a strong contender for the Little Brown Jug at Delaware, Ohio next week. Country Don paid $2.60 in earning $9,250 and booting his season bankroll to $92,143. Fight Results By The Associated Press MIAMI, Fla. — Willy McCrea, 134, Perrine, Fla., decisioned Perfecto Garcia, 136, Miami, 8. LOS ANGELES—Rocky Rivero, 162, Argentina, knocked out Tony Valcnti, 155, Alhambra, Calif., 4. tralians can be challenged. The winner of the American Zone finals goes to Bournemouth, England, Sept. 26-28, to take on the European Zone titlists. The next hurdle would be India in November, then on to Adelaide, Aus tralia, to challenge the Aussies Dec. 26-28. Waiting in the wings for the Americans are Eugene Scott. 25, of St. James, N.Y., and Arthur Ashe Jr ot Richmond. Va. If Ashe plays he would become the first Negro to comt>ete for the United States in Davis Cup com-1 petition. i Florida Will Meet Tech Saturday ATLANTA (AP) - Florida and Georgia Tech meet Saturday in the opening game of the 1963 major college football season. The nationally televised (CBS- TV J contest between the Southeastern Conference powers is the first major college game of the year, with only a handful of other games scheduled around the country. The college schedule won't get into full swing until next weekend. The Yellow Jackets, rated a six-point favorite, have won 21 games to Florida's six in the history of the series. Five "ended in ties. Tech finished fourth in the SEC last year with a 5-2 record and Florida came right behind with a 4-2 slate. Both teams are considered contenders for the conference title this season. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE (Final) Spokane 6, Oklahoma City 1, Spokane leads 21 best-of-seven series. 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