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Set Stage for Cardinal - Dodger Series DodgerLead Dwindles to Single Game "We've been fortunate in the past. When we play a |ad game we turn around and beat someone pretty |ood," said Los Angeles Manager Walter Alston. *' "I can't think optimistically or pessimistically about t3ie pennant race. When •§an meet head on, anything dan happen regardless of how good you're going," said St. Louis Manager Johnny They said it Sunday after the sf;i2o was set for the hecinning of a three-game series tonight at St Louis between the first-nlare Dodgers and second-place Cardi- nn's that likelv will fHermire (hp National League pennant winner. Alston said it following a 6-1 loss KPQAEHlliiniiiiililllllllllllllll By United Press International NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB It II Pet. Player & Club G. AB R. H. ct. Groat, St.L 148 590 83 193 .327, Clem'tc, Pitts 139 545 71 177 .325 H.Aaron, Mil 150 589 114 189 .321 T.Davis, LA 136 521 64 167 .321 Pjnson, Cin 153 6i6 92 196 .318 Gonzalez, Phil 145 522 77 166 .318 Cepeda, SF 144 534 91 169 .316 White, St.L 152 620 103 192 .310 Flood, St.L 148 623 108 192 .308 Santo, Chi 150 588 74 170 .303 AMERICAN LEAGUE Player & Club G. AB R. H. ct. YjStrzmski.Bos 143 541 88 174 .322 Pearson, LA 145 541 90 169 .312 Rollins, Min 134 520 77 161 .310 fialine, Det 139 537 86 166 .309 . Jgfalzone, Bos 144 557 66 165 .296 fjard, Chi 150 585 78 172 .294 Wagner, LA 143 535 72 157 .293 Hobinson, Chi 135 493 63 142 .288 Howard, NY 127 460 72 132 .287 IJegosi, LA 145 553 78 156 .282 ^ National Home Runs League — Aaron, Braves 42; McCovey, Giants 38; Mays, Giants 35; Cepeda, Giants 30; White, Cards 27. American League—Stuart, Red Sox 40; Killebrew, Twins 38; Allison, Twins 35; Hall, Twins 32; Howard, Yanks 28. Runs Batted In National League—Aaron, Braves 126; White, Cards 108; Boyer, Cards 107; Pinson, Reds 99; Santo, Cubs 96; Mays, Giants 96. American League—Stuart, Red Sox 110; Kaline, Tigers 96; Wagner, Angels 88; Colavito, Tigers 87; Allison, Twins 87. Pitching National League — Perranoski, Dodgers 15-3; Koufax, Dodgers 2?-5; McBean, Pirates 13-3; Ma- lpney, Reds 22-6; Spahn, Braves 20-6. s American League — Bouton, Yanks 20-6; Ford, Yanks 23-7; Peters, White Sox 18-6; Downing, Yanks 12-4; Radatz, Red Sox 14-6. Yesterday's Stars s By The Associated Press ^PITCHING-Dallas Green, Phil- Mis, checked Los Angeles 6-1 on f#e hits as Dodgers' National Lfague lead was trimmed to one game over second-place St. Louis. SBATTING—Ken Boyer and Charley James, Cardinals, led attack in 3-2 and 5-0 victories over Milwaukee that extended St. Louis' winning streak to 10 games. Boyer hit decisive homer in first game, James collected three hits and drove in two runs in nightcap. WARM TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 342-0815 to Philadelphia in which three passed balls, a couple of mental lapses and the five-hit pitching of the Phillic' Dallas Green left the Dodgers with a mere one-game lead over the surging Cardinals. Keane said it after Lew Burdette's six-hit pitching and Ray Sadecki's five-hitter gave St. Louis a 3-2 and 5-0 doublehenrler sweep of Milwaukee, their 10th straight victory and their 19th in 20 games in a bid to overhaul Los Angeles. The Dodgers, who led by seven games on Aim. 30, have 12 games remaining. The Cardinals, who have lost only one game since Aug. 30, have 10 left. They're all even in victories, with St. Louis two games back in the lost column. The pitching rotation looks like this for the three-game series: Los Angeles—Johnny Podres, 1310; Sandy Koufax, 23-5, and probably Pete Richert, 5-1. St. Louis—Ernie Broglio, 16-8; Curt Simmons, 15-7, and Bob Gibson. 18-8. While the Dodgers and Cardinals were in the spotlight Sunday, Cincinnati's John Tsitouris three- hit the Chicago Cubs 3-1, Willie Mays hit his 35th homer as San Francisco walloped Pittsburgh 13-5 and Houston took a pair from the New York Mets 5-4 and 5-0. The American League champion New York Yankees edged Minnesota 2-1 Boston whipped Kansas City 5-3, Baltimore downed Detroit 2-1 and Cleveland defeated the Los Angeles Angels 6-3. The Chicago White Sox and Washington were rained out. Green, a rarely used right-hand­ er brought his record to 6-4 against the Dodgers, allowing the only run on a homer by Tommy Davis in the fourth inning. The Phillies already had put it out of reach when they got to Don Drysdale, 17-17, for two runs in the first inning on a single by Tony Taylor, his steal of second, Johnny Callison's single, a bunt single by Wes Covington and Roseboro's first passed ball. Two more passed balls by Roscboro, a late throw by Ron Fairly on a sacrifice and Roy Sievers* home run led to the rest of the runs. The Cardinals came off a nine- game winning streak and now have a 10-game string. In the last eight games, the pitching staff has come up with five shutouts. Burdette, 9-11, had one until the seventh when Hank Aaron hit his 42nd homer, with one on. The Cardinals already had their three runs on a double by Ken Boyer and Bill White's homer in the second and Boyer's homer in the fourth. Sadecki, 10-8, had an easier job, backed by a 14-hit attack that included three hits each by Charley James and Tim McCarver. Singles by Curt Flood, James, McCarver and Julian Javier gave the Cardinals two runs in the second—more than they needed. "We're ready as we ever will be," said Keane. Favored in Race NEW YORK (UPD-Overtrick, one of the most successful pacers of 1963, has been installed an 8-5 favorite to win Thursday night's $163,187 Cane Futurity Pace at Yonkers Raceway despite drawing the No. 12 post position. The three-year-olds will vie for $89,753 first prize in the first leg of pacing's Triple Crown. The Little Brown Jug at Delaware, Ohio, and the Messenger Stakes at Roosevelt Raceway complete the Triple Crown. _TH6 »1 fty The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles .. 91 59 .607 — St. Louis 91 61 .599 1 San Francisco 81 69 .540 10 Milwaukee ... 80 71 .530 11 Philadelphia .. 79 72 .523 12'/ 2 Cincinnati .... 80 73 .523 12'/ 2 Chicago 75 75 .500 16 Pittsburgh .... 70 79 .470 20'£ Houston 58 93 .384 33V4 New York .... 49 102 .325 42V 2 Saturday's Results Los Angeles 5, Philadelphia 1 St. Louis 3, Milwaukee 2 Houston 4, New York 0 San Francisco 7, Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 8, Chicago 4 Sunday's Results Philadelphia 6, Los Angeles 1 St. Louis 3-5, Milwaukee 2-0 Cincinnati 3, Chicago 1 Houston 5-5, New York 4-0 San Francisco 13, Pittsburgh 5 Today's Games Los Angeles at St. Louis (N) Chicago at Pittsburgh (N) San Francisco at Milwaukee (N) Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Philadelphia at New York (N) Chicago at Pittsburgh (2, twi- night) Houston at Cincinnati (N) San Francisco at Milwaukee (N) Los Angeles at St. Louis (N) AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. x New York .. 100 52 .658 Chicago 85 65 .567 14 Minnesota .... 85 67 .559 15 Baltimore .... 79 72 .523 20M- Detroit 74 76 .493 25 Boston 73 79 .480 27 Cleveland .... 72 81 .471 28% Los Angeles ..68 84 .447 32 Kansas City .. 67 83 .447 32 Washington .. 53 97 .353 46 x—Clinched pennant. Saturday's Results Detroit 3, Baltimore 2 (10 innings) Chicago 7, Washington 5 Los Angeles 3, Cleveland 2 Boston 6, Kansas City 4 New York 2-3, Minnesota 6-1 Sunday's Results Cleveland 6, Los Angeles 3 Baltimore 2, Detroit 1 New York 2, Minnesota 1 Boston 5, Kansas City 3 Chicago at Washington, postponed, rain Today's Games Cliicago at Washington Only game scheduled Tuesday's Games Baltimore at Los Angeles (2, twi-night) Detroit at Minnesota (N) Boston at Chicago (N) New York at Cleveland (N) Kansas City at Washington (N) Seattle Wins Tourney Title BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) —Seattle rallied for five runs in the ninth inning and defeated Culver City, Calif. 10-6 Sunday night in a bid for a second American Amateur Baseball Congress championship. The Seattle team, 1960 tournament champs, moved into Monday's fourth round with three victories against no defeats. Two teams were eliminated in earlier third round games Sunday, East Chicago, Ind. bowing to Dallas 4-3 and Dyersville, Iowa, succumbing to Coldwater, Mich. 5-0. HANGING OVER HIS HEAD ISP 8 Raiders Give Fair Warning In Battle for AFL Crown ALIGNMENT 6.50 GUARANTEED 4 ,000 MILES MODERN ALIGNMENT & BRAKE 131 NORTH CHERRY PHONE 343-1414 H«yr« 9 \Q 9, Monday through Friday Woman Best Puffer OMBERSLEY, England (UPD— Mrs. Winifred Connolly Sunday defeated 50 men in a pipe-puffing contest when she kept puffing for 49 minutes and 20 seconds. By United Press International The Oakland Raiders have given opposing teams fair warning that they no longer are doormats of the American Football League. In fact, they could wipe their cleats on many of their rivals this year. For the second consecutive week the Raiders have upset a co-favorite in the Eastern Division. They handed the favored Buffalo Bills a 35-17 trouncing Sunday before a record turnout of 17,568 in their opening hqme game of the season. It was the only game played Sunday. The Raiders combined a sharp, hard-hitting defensive line with an almost flawless passing attack to gain their second win of the season. Last week coach Al Davis' crew upset the other favorite, Houston, 24-13. A new AFL two-team passing record was set as the Raiders, mainly on the passing arm of Cotton Davidson who played most of the game at quarterback, gained 397 yards through the air to 355 for the Bills. The 752 yards supplants the old mark of 716 set in 19fil by Houston and Buffalo. Davidson completed 14 of 29 passes for 315 yards and Tom Flores three of six for 82 yards. Jack Kemp, Daryle Lamonica and Cookie Gilchrist completed 26 ol 48 a -rials for Buffalo. In AFL games Saturday, the Houston Oilers made use of key interceptions to defeat the Denver Broncos, 20-14, and the San Diego Chargers edged Boston, 17-13, on long-scoring passes by Paul Lowe and Tobin Rote. Pro Football Standing: By United Press International AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern Division W. L. T. Pet PF PA Boston 1.1 0 .500 51 31 Houston 1 1 0 .500 33 38 New York 0 1 0 .000 14 38 Buffalo 0 2 0 .000 27 49 Western Division W. L. T. Pet PF PA Oakland 2 0 0 1.000 59 30 San Diego 2 0 0 1.000 31 23 Kansas City 1 0 0 1.000 59 7 Denver 0 2 0 .000 21 79 Saturday's Results San Diego 17 Boston 13 Houston 20 Denver 14 (Only games scheduled) Sunday's Results Oakland 35 Buffalo 17 (Only game scheduled) Set Pace in Bowling Meet BOISE, Idaho (AP)-Bruce Felland of Madison, Wis., a sub for veteran Eddie Lubanski of Detroit, teamed with another Detroit kegler, Roger Helle, to put together games of 2,695 and 2,692 for 5387 and the lead in the Bowling Proprietors Association of America national doubles tournament as it went into its second day today. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! NATIONAL LEAGUE Eastern Division W L T Pet. PF PA St. Louis 1 0 0 1.000 34 7 Cleveland 1 0 0 1.000 37 14 New York 1 0 0 1.000 37 28 Philadelphia 0 0 1 .000 21 21 Pittsburgh 0 0 1 .000 21 21 Washington 0 1 0 .000 14 37 Dallas 0 1 0 .000 7 34 Western W Detroit Chicago Minnesota San Francisco Green Bay Baltimore Los Angeles Division L T Pet. PF PA 1 0 0 1.000 23 2 1 0 0 1.000 10 3 1 0 0 1.000 24 20 0 1 0 .000 20 24 0 1 0 .000 3 10 0 1 0 .000 28 37 0 1 0 .000 2 23 Saturday's Results Detroit 23 Los Angeles 2 St. Louis 34 Dallas 7. (Only games scheduled) Sunday's Results Chicago 10 Green Bay 3 New York 37 Baltimore 28 Minnesota 24 San Francisco 20 Cleveland 37 Washington 14 Philadelphia 21 Pittsburgh 21 (Cnly games scheduled) Minor Leagues By The Associated Press PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE (Playoff) Oklahoma City 12, Spokane 2 Spokane leads best-of-7 final 3-2 U. S. Team Optimistic in Davis Cup DENVER (UPI)-Thc U.S. Davis Cup team looked optimistically across the Atlantic Ocean today — after neatly shutting out Venezuela in the five-match American Zone tennis finals here during the weekend. The Americans took two singles matches in a finale Sunday, with Dennis Ralston and Arthur Ashe Jr., the first Negro to play for the U.S. in Davis Cup competition, outpointing Orlando Bracamonte and Iyo Pimentel. Ralston outplayed Pimentel, 18-16, 9-7, 6-4, and Ashe wiped out Bracamonte, 6-1, 6-1, 6-0. As for the elusive Davis Cup, now held by Australia, "we think we can take it," beamed Bob Kelleher, non-playing U.S. captain. "It's going to be tough, but we're optimistic and think we've got a top-notch outfit." The coveted cup still is a long way off. The next step for the powerful U.S. team will be Bournemouth, England, to meet the European Zone champion Sept. 26-28. The Americans leave for Bournemouth today, A win in England would vault the U.S. team to a match with India, the Asian Zone champions. The winner in India will challenge the Australians for the Cup Dec, 26-28. The United States has not won since 1958. ^ (jalesburg Register-Mall GALESBURG, ILL., MONDAY, SEPT. 16, 1963 PAGE 14 Bears 9 Defense Praised in Win Over Green Bay By United Press International Cheer all you want for Jimmy Brown, Y. A. Tittle and even Fran Tarkenton, 'but the most astonishing performance of the National Football League's opening weekend was the Chicago Bears' revamped defense. In a game that owner-coach George Halas described as "the greatest team effort I've ever experienced," the Bears held the champion Green Bay Packers to a net total of 160 yards Sunday and knocked off coach Vince Lombardi's men, 10-3. This was the lowest Packers scores since 1959 and the first time they were beaten in Green Bay since 1960. Brown indicated he enjoys the new regime of coach Blanton Collier by scoring three touchdowns in Cleveland's 37-14 win over the Washington Redskins; Tittle threw three touchdown passes and ran 9 yards for a score in Ford Set for Either L. A., St. Louis By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer Whitey Ford is ready any day the Dodgers and Cardinals get things settled. If the Dodgers win, he and Sandy Koufax will open the World Series. If the Cardinals prevail, Ford's Yankee Stadium opponent Oct. 2 probably will be Curt Simmons. Ford proved Sunday that he is primed for his usual October exercise. The New York Yankees' ace threw a two-hitter at the Min­ nesota Twins for his 23rd victory, 2-1. Financially speaking, Ford and the Yanks undoubtedly would vote for a rich series with Los Angeles and its big ball park. However, the possibility of a head-to-head joust with the fearless St. Louis club and a dramatic final appearance for Stan Musial must be alluring. No matter who wins the National League, the Yankees aren't going to let any rust develop after their early pennant clinching in the American League. The defeat dropped Minnesota into third place behind Chicago, whose game at Washington was rained out. Baltimore edged Detroit 2-1, although the Orioles were victims of the first triple play in the league since 1960. Felix Mantilla's two-run homer off John Wyatt enabled Boston to down Kansas City 5-3. Cleveland beat Los Angeles and Bo Belinsky 6-3. The Cardinals drew to within one game of the Dodgers in the National by beating the Milwaukee Braves twice 3-2 and 5-0 while Philadelphia was knocking off Los Angeles 6-1. San Francisco downed Pittsburgh 13-5, Cincinnati topped Chicago 3-1 and Houston swept a pair from New York 5-4 and 5-0. Ford has won six in a row and has equalled Koufax's total for the season. The victory was No. 100 for the Yanks, four more than they won last year with 10 more games to go. JencksGets Field Goal In Triumph GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP)-The Green Bay Packers are human after all. They've been stripped of any invincibility tag. "Both teams were ragged, but we had nothing going," said Green Bay Coach Vince Lombardi, whose charges lost only one of 15 outings en route to a second straight NFL title last year. The Bears were fired up after eight straight league and exhibition losses to the Packers in pro football's oldest rivalry. They got a 32-yard field goal by Bob Jencks in the first period and a touchdown plunge by Joe Marconi in the third quarter and let their defense take care of the rqst. The Chicago defenders did their job in amazing fashion, picking off four passes and recovering a fumble while becoming only the second team to stop the Packers without a touchdown in four seasons. It also marked the Packers' first defeat in Green Bay since a 17-14 loss to Chicago in the 1960 opener. Green Bay's vaunted running attack netted only 77 yards—53 by Jimmy Taylor in 12 attempts and 24 by Tom Moore in nine carries. Fight Results By The Associated Press PITTSBURGH - Rubin (Hurricane) Carter, 156Vfe, Patterson, N.J., outpointed Farid Salim, 159%, Argentina, 10, CANELLI, Italy - Salvatore Burruni, 118, Italy, outpointed Felix Alonso, 116, Spain, 10. AMHERST, N.S.-Les Sprague, 140, Halifax, outpointed Al Duarte, 140, Boston, 10. RIO DE JANEIRO—Joe Brown, 138, New Orleans, stopped Pedro Galasso, 139, Brazil, 5. TOKYO—Mitsunori Seki, I27y 4 . Japan, knocked out Emile de Leon, 126V£, Philippines, 6. PANAMA — Ismael Laguna, 126V4, Panama, stopped Antonio Herrera, 126V4, Colombia, 7. the Giants' 37-28 triumph over the Baltimore Colts, and Tarkenton's passing set up two last-period TD's that gave the Minnesota Vikings a 24-20 victory over the San Francisco Forty Niners. In the other game on Sunday's program, the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers battled to a 21-21 tie, and in Saturday night games, the Detroit Lions whipped the Los Angeles Rams, 23-2, and the St. Louis Cardinals upset the Dallas Cowboys, 34-7. The NFL's seven opening games attracted 334,734 fans—an average of 47,819 per contest. The largest crowd — 60,029 — watched the Giants-Colts battle at Baltimore. The smallest turnout was the 30,781 that watched the Vikings-Forty Niners opener at San Francisco. The attendance at the other openers: Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 58,205; Washington at Cleveland, 57,618; Detroit at Los Angeles, 49,342; Chicago at Green Bay, 42,327; St. Louis at Dallas, 36,432. READ THE WANT ADS! Fans Await Big Weekend Of Football The first big weekend of the college football season looms ahead with some attractive intersectional games making it very interesting for fans and a little unsettling for coaches. Actually, the season opened last weekend with a light schedule, including Georgia Tech's 9-0 victory over Florida in a Southeastern Conference game and Furman's 17-0 victory over Davidson in a Southern Conference battle. But this weekend, many of the nation's top teams will be playing and a lot of questions will be answered. Some fears undoubtedly will be realized, too. Three Friday night games start things off with Pittsburgh meeting UCLA in Los Angeles, Southwestern Conference favorite Texas playing Tulane in New Orleans, and Florida State battling Miami and George Mira in the Orange Bowl. The big intersectional clashes Saturday find Navy at West Virginia, defending collegiate champ Southern Cal at Colorado, Big Ten hopeful Northwestern at Missouri, Clemson at Oklahoma, Kansas at TCU, eastern champion Penn State at Oregon, Washington at Air Force, and Texas A&M at LSU. The Ivy League doesn't open until Sept, 28 and consequently the eastern schedule is light. Boston College will be at Syracuse in the top eastern encounter while Army opens with - a much improved Boston University team at West Point. Lutheran Brotherhood Legal Raurv* Lit* Iniuianc* Will your wife Inherit your home or your mortgage? Ask me about low- c o s t mortgage insurance^ from. Lutheran Brotherhood Member of the S. W. Cail«? Agtacf B. 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