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Major League Box Scores Llriz Gonz'ez Lopez Pepit'e Howa'd BUnc'd Boyer Reed Down'g aGibbs Reniff dBerra Willia's vo^ MT afe t h bl 1 l 0 0 1 1 0 0 OAMG „ CLEVELAND ibthbl Brown cKirkl'd Davali'o Alvis Adcock Azcue Chance Agee Klndall Held Ramos bWhitfd 1 Abern'y 0 Totals35 2 7 2| Totals 34 3 9 2 a—Singled for Downing In 8th; b—grounded out for Ramos In 9th; c—grounded out for Brown In 9th; d—grounded out for Renlff In 10th. Score by Innings: New York 000 000 020 0—2 Cleveland 000 200 000 1—3 E—Gonzalez, Williams. PO-A— New York 28-20, one out when winning run scored, Cleveland 3010. LOB—New York 5, Cleveland 10. 2B—Davallllo. SB—Alvis. S— Chance, Kindall, Gonzalez, Adcock. SF—Lopez. _ ip h r tr bb to Downing 7 6 2 2 4 12 Reniff 2 2 0 0 0 1 •Williams L, 8-7 ','3 1 1 0 0 0 Ramos 9 7 2 2 0 12 Abemathy W, 7-2-1 0 0 0 0 0 • WP—Reniff. U—Drummond, Hurley, Flaherty, Valentine. T—2:29. A—7,269. NIGHT IAN FRANCISCO I ab r hbl| Kuenn 3 0 0 0 bJ.Alou 1112 McCo'y 3 110 cBow'n 110 0 Cepeda 5 2 3 2 Mays 4 111 M.Alou 0 0 0 0 F.Alou 5 13 3 Daven't 4 2 4 0 Paean 5 112 Haller 5 110 Boltn 4 0 0 0 GAME MILWAUKEE ab r h bi Cline 4 0 3 0 Math'ws 2 0 10 H.Aaron 4 0 0 0 rorre 4 12 0 Oliver 4 2 12 Menke 3 0 10 Crandall 4 0 11 McMill'n 4 0 10 Spahn 1O00 Fischer 0 0 0 0 aKlim'k 1 0 0 0 Raym'd 0 0 0 0 Pichc 0 0 0 0 dGabr'n 10 0 0 Blas'me 0 0 0 0 eT.Aar'n 10 0 0 Totals 40 11 15 10 1 Totals 33 3 10 3 a—Struck out for Fischer in 5th; b—ran for Kuenn in 7th; c—ran for McCovey in 7th; d—struck out for Piche in 7th; e—grounded into double play for Blaslngame In 9th. Score by innings: San Francisco 201 002 221—11 Milwaukee 000 100 020— 3 E—Kuenn. PO-A—San Francisco 27-18, Milwaukee 27-5. DP—Pagan, Davenport and Cepeda; Davenport, Pagan and Cepeda 2; Pagan and Cepeda; Bowman, Pagan and Cepeda; Menke, McMillan and Torre. LOB—San Francisco 6, Milwaukee 6. 2B—Haller, J. Alou, F. Alou. HR—Cepeda, F. Alou, Pagan, Oliver. SF—Mays. SECOND CHICAGO ab t h Brock 4 0 0 fCowan 0 0 0 gLan'm 0 0 0 Stewa't 3 0 2 Willia's Santo Burton Burke Boc'lla Schaf'r dHubbs 1 Ranew 0 0 Hobble 3 McDa'l 0 cBoros 0 OAMfi, NIGHT PITTSBURGH ab t hlil 4 4 5 3 0 3 3 0 0 2 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bailey 3 0 dBursess 0 0 Haddlx 0 0 McBean 0 0 Schofi'd 4 0 Stargell Virdon 4 0 Cleme'te 4 2 2 0 Clende'n 4 13 2 Mazer'ki Paglia'n aSavage Alley Sisk bLynch cBrand 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 3 8 31 Totals 31 4 11 3 a—Ran for Pagliaront in 7th; b— singled for Sisk In 7th; c—ran for Lynch in 7th; d—hit sacrifice fly for Bailey in 7th; e—grounded Into force out for Schaffer in 8th; f— walked for McDaniel in 9th; g— announced for Brock In 9th; h— walked for Cowan In 9th. Score by innings: Chicago 000 201 000—3 Pittsburgh 000 000 31x—4 E—Schofield, Ranew. PO-A—Chicago 24-12, Pittsburgh 27-11. DP— Santo, Burke and Boccobella; Maz- eroskl, Schofield and Clendenon; Stewart, Burke and Boccabella. LOB—Chicago 11, Pittsburgh 6. 2B —Stewart, Santo, Pagliaroni, Burton, Stargell, Clemente. 3B—Clen­ denon. SB—Burgess. NIGHT GAME m ^ _ LOS ANGELES 1 ST. LOUIS ab * Hbl Wills 5 12 0 Gilliam 4 0 11 T.Davis 3 12 0 How'rd 4 112 Skow'n 4 0 0 0 Fairly 0 0 0 0 M'Mu'n 4 Trac'k' 0 W.Da'is 4 1 Roseb'o 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 Koufax 4 0 0 0 Javier Groat Muslal aKolb Schultz ib * h bl 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 0 1 M'Ken'le 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3660 0 . _ 0 0 0 0 ip Hobble „6« 3 McDaniel L, 12-7~1% Sisk 7 xHaddTx "wr3 -4~ZIl McBean 1 x—Faced one man in 9th. 1 r tr bbae 8 3 3 2 2 3 10 0 0 7 3 3 3 7 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 1 WP—Hobbie 3. U—Pryor, Secory, Pelekoudas, Burkhart. T—2:27. A —5,160. NIGHT BOSTON ab r h bl Geiger Ma'tilla Y'tr'ski Stuart Willia's Clinton Bress'd Nixon Heffn'r aMeji's Earley 0 0 0 0 GAME CHICAGO ab r h bl 5 12 0 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 H'shb'er Cun'am bMcC'w Rob'son Ward Fox cWeis Nicho'n Landls Hanson Martin Horlen Wilhelm 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 IP BoKn W, 9-5 9 Spahn L, 20-7 3 Fischer 2 xRaymond 1 Piche 1 Blaslngame 2 h 10 5 0 4 0 6 r ar bb ao 3 3 3 3 x—Faced three men in 7th. U — Crawford, Kibler, Walsh, Jackowski. T—2:36. A—33,676. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Totals 33 1 9 ll Totals 29 2 5 2 a—Struck out for Heffner in 7th; b—ran for Cunningham in 7th; c— ran for Fox in 8th. Score by innings: Boston 010 000 000—1 Chicago _ 0O0 020 OOx—2 E—Bressoud, Early. PO-A—Boston 24-5, Chicago 27-12. DP—Fox, Hansen and Cunningham 2, Bressoud and Stuart, Hansen, Fox and Cunningham. LOB—Boston 7, Chicago 11. 2B—Hershberger, Cunningham. SB—Geiger 2. IP Heffner L, 4-8 6 Earley IV3 Lamabe >/ 3 Horlen W, 9-7 6 Wilhelm 3 h r ar bb to 5 2 2 4 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 8 111 10 0 0 HBP—By Horlen, Clinton; by Earley, Cunningham. U—Paparella, Napp, Rice, Stewart. T—2:38. A— 7,338. READ THE WANT ADS! HOW! More people qualify for LARGER LOANS AT cWith'w Boyer White Flood James - - McCa'er 2 0 1 Sim'ons 10 0 , bShan'n Totals 36 1 10 ~41 Totals 31 0 4 0 a—Ran for Musial in 7th; b—filed out for Simmons In 8th: c—ground­ ed out for MacKenzie in 9th. Score by innings: Los Angeles 100 000 021—4 St. Louis 000 000 000—0 E—Koufax. PO-A—Los Angeles 27-8, St. Louis 27-7. LOB—Los Angeles 6, St. Louis 6. 2B—Gilliam, W. Davis, Roseboro. HR—Howard. SB—Wills, W. Davis. S—Simmons. Ip h til bb ao Koufax W, 24-5 ..9 4 0 0 0 4 Simmons L, 15-8..8 7 3 3 1 5 Schultz - ;s MacKenzie 1/3 1 0 0 0 0 HBP—By Koufax, McCarver. WP —Simmons. U—Sudol, Gorman, Form-an, Landes. T—1:54. A—30,450. Predict Outcome of Big Games NEW YORK (AP)-New stars, new coaches, new rules and new rivalries appear ahead in the new college football season. But among them is the same old trouble of picking the winners. Anyway, here are the victors in this weekend's major games: Alabama over Georgia; No ifs, ands or Butts. This likely to be the most bitterly contested game of the Southeast Conference season with Alabama's quarterback Joe Namath the hero. The 1962 version of this game got into the courts later because of a reported telephone conversation. Washington over Air Force: If you want to see if the Coast Con ference's possible champion can stop the passing of quarterback Terry Isaacson, you can find out by watching your television screen. Texas over Tulane: They claim this is a new look Tulane team but chances are the results will be the same with Texas a relatively easy winner Friday night. Northwestern over Missouri: The Wildcats are the pre-season choices in the Big Ten, Missouri is a possible threat in the Big Eight. A good test for Jack Cvercko's surgically corrected knee. Navy over West Virginia: The Middie backs are exceptional but there is a definite question about the Navy line. Could be close. Oregon oyer Perm State: The edge goes to the host club because Mel Renfro will be playing before the home folks. Oklahoma over Clemson: The 1963 Sooners are earmarked for the same greatness as the Oklahoma teams of a decade ago. Pittsburgh over UCLA: The Panthers have double protection at quarterback in Fred Mazurek and Ken Lucas. It is a Friday night struggle. Defense of Bears Was Best Ever NEW YORK (AP) - George Halas claims the Chicago Bears' defensive effort against Green Bay last Sunday was a better job than their famous 73-0 playoff victory over Washington in 1940. No wonder the Bears lead the National Football League in team defense. They were so effective in the opener that the Packers wound up 14th and last in team offense with only 150 yards, 77 running and 73 passing. When the Bears thumped the Redskins in that playoff game long ago, Washington made only three yards rushing but got 229 passing. Perhaps the most significant statistic for the Bears was their total of four interceptions of Bart Starr's passes. The Packer quarterback was intercepted only nine times all last season. The Bears did not make a single substitute on defense. Stan Jones, converted from guard, played his first full game at defensive tackle. Bennie McRae started his first game at corner back. Bob Kilcullen, a reserve, filled in for injured Maury Youmans and Ed O'Bradovich. Now with the new instalment loan law in effect, more families than ever before can get larger loans from Household Finance. 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Sign for Title Bout MONTREAL (UPI) - Champion Peter Schmidt of Toronto and Joey Durelle of Trois Rivieres, Que., have signed contracts for their 12-round Canadian welterweight championship bout Oct. 3. In two previous fights, they fought to a draw and Schmidt won a split decision. Bowling SATEM4TB LEAGUE MFA Insurance, 8-0; Kiniber St West, 6-2; Sudzy's, 6-2; Galesburg Clinic. 4-4; Sportsman's Club, 4-4; Pat's Standard, 3-5; Lee Anthony's Coiffures. 1-7; Meadov Gold, 0-8. High team seric, Kimber & West, 2742; High team game, Kimber & West, 961. High ind. series, Shirley, Derrick, 440; High ind. game, Ann Beserra, 179. LADIES FRIDAY P.M. LEAGUE Optimists, 6-2; Slick Chicks, 6-2; Northerners, 5-3; Arrows, 5-3; Rockette£, 5-3; Strikettes, 4-4; Chippers, 4-4; Untouchables, 4-4; Zombies, 3-5; Bowlettes, 3-5; Spare O's, 2-6; Scrubs. 1-7. High ind. series, Marie Gunther, 505; High ind. game, Jane Reed, 214. VICTORY - LEAGUE Pla Mor, 7-1; Admiral, 6-2; Canada Dry, 5-3; Heraldsons Team, 5-3; Baileys Team, 4-4; Ha^selbaek- ers Team, 4-4; H. L. Hansen Lbr. Co., 1-7; Gunnies Tap, 0-8. High team series, Pla Mor, 2937; H^h team game, Canada Dry, High ind. series, Walt Baaxs, ew ^Higj imj, game, Robert Swi» READ THE WANT ADS! Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, 111. Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1963 37. Illinois Won't Be Pushover By fiO SAINSBUKY UP! Sports Writer CHICAGO (UPI)—Illinois* Pete Elliott scoffs at thes ingestion his football team might be a dark horse in the Big Ten race this fall, but he admits openly that it won't be a "pushover." "I've been to a race track a few times," he said, "and I've bet on those dark horses, and I think you know how I came out." But his Illini seemed certain to run better than his turf choices, and Elliott agreed. "Our team is almost basically the men who finished last season" he said, "and any optimism has to bo on my opinion that we were a decent team at the end of last season. "They have put Illinois back in the Big Ten, We have a solid team that could get better. We still have a lot of climbing to do, but we're not going to be a pushover and I think we can play against anybody." Despite a 2-7 record last year, Lopsided Win BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP)Coldwater, Mich., exploded for four runs in the first inning Tuesday night and went on to crush Seattle 11-1 for the championship of the American Amateur Baseball Congress. the Illini victories came over two acknowledged tough teams, Michigan State and Purdue, and all of the personnel in those games are back. Notable among them is center and linebacker Dick Butkus, a 237 pounder whom Elliott called a "real outstanding football player." Veterans man every other line position too. Bill Pasko and Rich Callaghan at ends, Archie Sutton and Bill Minor at tackles, and Dick Deller and Lynn Stewart at guards. In the backfield two rookies have won starting berths, halfback Sam Price and fullback ,11m Grabowski, and both will play only offense, but probably well. "Price is big and strong with good speed, an outstanding prospect," Elliott said. "Grabowski is fairly agile with pretty good power." Quarterback is well protected with veteran Mike Taliaferro, and two sophomores, Fred Custardo and Ron Acks. "Our quarlcrhack has to be a passer, because we're going to throw," Elliott said, "but we want him to run. Taliaferro is acceptable and both Custardo and Acks can yass and run. "But I want to make clear that we regard George Donnelly as a first team player because he's outstanding on defense and has done a tremendous job for us at safety. We'll platoon our quarterbacks, and Donnelly will do all the defensive work." 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