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26 QalesburQ Register-Mail, Galesbur^^^^^ III. Thursday, Sepf. 26, 1963 • Casey Says Sandy Koufax pfflfc ^^-Hfilil'llil 'i'l I Means Bad News for Yanks — Jf5 '?i'^E=i?ril-1 ^ Player A Club O. AB R. H. Pet. Chicago 91 67 .576 nVz phj,adclphia 84 74 .532 14 • . ' " ' ' ' ' ' • ^ ' T.Davis, LA 144 551 67 178 .323 Minnesota ... 89 70 .560 15 c\xiC\maX\ 84 75 .528 l4 '/2 • ^ -g.^ f~ 1 Groat, StL 155 619 85 198.320 Baltimore .... 84 75 .,528 20 „. 83 76 .522 15</c • TJ^^^*,fc2 T^VlCif If T^olr^lCi VlAO -M •^^^^^^^^^•HiilMl ^nM ^P^»' 1,52 564 98 180 .319 Detroit 78 81 .491 26 ™ __80 79 .50318,^ • i r^WIM^^W^^^^^^^^^WMIi Clmente. Pitt 148 581 75 185 .318 Boston 75 85 .469 29Mi 63 95 .399 35 • 'm 1 n id fli ••lllilBS ^^^^^H^^^^^^^^H Mays, SF 153 581 112 184 .317 Kansas City 72 86 -456 31'^ ^ York'".'". 50 108 .316 48 • VIl-MCIi^l^ in KP^51T ^miirl'TISIAT' ^^^^^HtolMiilKSPipi^^H^^H^^^I Pinson. an 159 639 96 201 .315 Los Angeles 70 90 .438 34<^ _ • jjl M .LL € M\^M\D t/VF J^t:::/Cl.l/ \U\J\M.VLM .Y 99 X11 ^^^^^^^^^^HH|^^^^§Mn^H| Conzlez, PM 152 549 78 169 .308 Wasiungton 55 103 .348 Wednesday's Results • r . t., J J . . T- , ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Htoa^te...^^ffJ White, StL 159 646 106 198 .307 c chlcaso 2 By mLTON RICHMAN Koufax' wizardry Wednesday became the fourth major league Flood. StL 155 649 111 198 .305 Wednesday 's Results PhiSDhia 6 San Francisco 4 UPI sports Writer night when the Dodger ace tuned pitcher ever to strike out more ^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••l _ New York 3, Los Angeles 1 ^ ? a rinHn^H ^ Casey Stengel had some real up for his opening game World than 300 batters in a single sea- ^^K ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H .c ^Art,.- Kansas City 7. Detroit 2 u '^nn •> Piffshurehi b-a-d news today for his old bud- Series assignment by picking up son. ^^KJ^^^^^^^^^^^^^H AMERICAN LEAGUE ^^Urt^ove io, Chicago 2 T !„ J ^fi NPW Yo^^ 0 dv Ralph Houk, and he boiled it his 25th victory and lowering his The only others to have done ^^^^Bk^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Player * Club G. AB R. H. Pet. only games scheduled TVI ,' r down to two words - Sandy Kou- earned run average to 1.88 in a so previ6usly were Rube Waddell ^^^^••^^^^•iP^^^H^^^^^^I Ystrzski, Bos 150 568 91 182 .320 Today's Game „UM A lu^^ c!n ^..on.ic.^ fax. 1-0 decision over the Mets. of the Philadelphia A's, Walter ^^^KS^B^^m^ ^^^T^^^^H ^ ^'^^ -^^^ Cleveland at Kansas City (N) K,?;SK Lnln rW) "Tlie fella is positively amaz- Sandy pitched only five innings Johnson of the Washington Sena- ^^^^VPM ^^K'1^'?>'^ W^'^^'^m^^^^^ "**'"^' '^^ Friday's Games v v J \ ^lT^Z9\ll (N) ing and it almost takes a mir- but struck out eight to run his tors and Bob Feller of the Cleve- ^H ^^BliliWll ^^V^^'i^ "Si •T *^JfSW ^^^^H Pearson, LA 153 577 92 176 .305 Washington at Chicago (2 twi- ^^^^ hli.Vi^ acle to beat liim." Stengel said season total to 306. Ab-eady the land Indians. ^Rry !^^ii |t||ff ^B |#|J^ Ji*/-* -l^^^^l Ward. Chi 155 598 80 176 .294 night) ""^^ ^^^^ scneauiea of Koufax. National Uague record holder Run Unearned Cleveland at Kansas City (N) rinninn^M «Tst Ci ?(N) Casey was an eye-vvdtness to for strikeouts. Koufax also . , ^9K^£^^^^9m^mJ*:t Wagner, LA 148 549 73 160 .291 Detroit at Baltimore (N) rLi'T^t LLS m ---- The Dodgers scored the only fL ^^^mm^-M'^^^g^Wmim^ •-•M %t^^ Minnesota at New York (N) „ . ?M^ . T rb O g^'"^' ""^^'•"^^ ^^•••Bi-:/«3 %r'^^^-^'^'''^'--'''^^^ R^bnson. Chi 143 517 69 147.284 Only gamer sSuled ^^^I 7?'^ ""''A " T ,.n FJ^inr T P51iniP ROY SrnrP^ one. off Mess Roger Cralg m f^^^mBm^filj^^-''''^' "^'^ ~' Fregosi. LA 153 587 82 167 .284 ^ J ^ Philadelphia at Ix,s Angeles (N) . UiaiUI IjCdS^UC UUA OLUlCa the first mning. SVMDlflBHHHk^ift^ . Battey. Minn 145 503 64 143 .284 n«/«„. P' • Pittsburgh at San Francisco J ^ Wally Moon scored from third WM ^WF ^^^^^^O^^B ^^^i^^*''"^^ '-'^-^ tlawk§ Defeat Fistons (N) "•\°..Thb, ^"^^iiPfhbi CHicA^i^"''°&5?L=TiMOBE base when Craig threw Wild try- PaBfa ^j ^^^^^^^MI^S^---^^- Home Runs J ^^''I'^^'^'^'^l' ^^^^ 'J'^'T ^.r. 5 J J 1 IV ^cr 4 S 0 S H-sh^er f o'^^ Aparicio'aN'£ ^ p ^'t'^"""""^ ""^"'"u^ |9H ^^^H ^^Kr ^.-;r '.^Z : ' N«««"ai League - Mccovey. !!hih?Hn ^'l^''tr'^1nL^^ Handle Series Gaities Mustai 2 0 0 0 wiUiams 4 0 0 0 Buford 5 10 0 Gaines 3 0 11 "rst. Cralg's error resulted iTlPrlHIi^^^^^^^^^H---''^ -'^'7 ^'f-!' • • aiant.! 4'?- H Aaron Rravps 4^ ^^^b'tion season with a 108-100 wth'w 5 0 0 Olsanto 3 10 0 F.Ron 3 0 0 0 bSnyder 2 1 1 1 in his 22nd defeat of the season |«KJf !^^^^^H^^^B •• S <^ ' ^'oo r r- I' victory over the Detroit Pistons NEW YORK (IJPD - Mel Al- ^rela t S S I'll ^fc1,^."n tiro S^e ? 0^ 1^ ? compared with five victories. t 'Ptt ^^^^^^H ' ^ ^'^'wh ^fr P rJi, Tv Hori' ^ednlsday night. len and Vin Scully have been ap- S ^li ^ns IWl ia^ew^ 3 0° g g it II E U ? Warren Spahn won his 22nd 1/ ^m^^^^^^^M ' L Jrs 27 ^'^'"'^y ^aughii of the Hawks pointed television announcers for shann 0 0 0 0 Jackson 1 0 0 0 Wcis 3 0 0 0 Bowens 3 2 10 game and the 349th of his Career If ^ ' -1 ^gers ii. scoring honors with 28 points, the 1963 World Senes, it was an- fifv"/eV' tiro ? S So" HT/ yot'o llllm pitching Milwaukee to a 9-5 WMW^^^^^^^ ' ' i r,^, ^"st^rTLrs^f 4^ AT ^'^^y ha^ 18 the nounced Wednesday by BasebaU Maxviu 3 0 11 Eiston 0 0 0 0 Peters 2 0 0 0 McCor'k 2 0 10 triumph over Cincinnati; Art WMim ^^^^^^^^^^La^LL:^ iilr^ T,.:in= ufii TI:!.;' Pistons. Vaughn entered the game i Commissioner Ford Frick and the l^lt ' ° ° ° |w-^ « ^^'^^"^y- '"«ki "g his first ap- •H ^^^^^^^W ^Jir^ ' 1^^ H ^arJ Y.nk.'2« ' ' ^'^h the Hawks trailing 25-23 and NationaJ Broadcasting Company. T.i .i^lnl Totai-ill'^ pearance since being injured on ••^^^^^^^^^^V f J^"'^^ pitched in seven points for a 32-26 Ernie Harwell and Joe Garagio- a %an for Ricketts in 8ih; b-- Totais33 2 6 1 Tota^^^^^^ V^I^^^^^^^^^^V , ' 11 RuM Batted In lead. St. Louis never relinquished I la wiU handle radio descriptions t "t^'fo'r ^°u^d ^e ?i ^e ^fn T^hf ^d "l |r-^u\^d' gr^u-„l 'e «u/°5or*(!^aU"s Vn^' T*?!^ adelphia's 6 -4 win over San Fran- t ^Vl ^^^^^H • - " r i «" r"- the lead after that. in the Series. ^ ^^^'uTfor Eiston in 9th. ?,Te^^i!^ffo^r ^Wers ^^rnTtn ^-siruJi^ """Ston WaS held to four - f^^^^^^Hf M S?.^^' ^^^'^ st 'Touif"""' -010 200 20 (^-5 out^r How^^rrin oth.' ' ^''"''^ hits by Tommie Sisk but still ^^L'»^^^^^^^H^^^''':''^f'l ^h'te. Cards 109; Pinson. Reds I I ^^^SWn-B^^^^^^^^^^^^ c&'^':.!^*."//loi^ beat Pittsburgh. 2 -1. and St. Lou- ^^0^^^^^^*'* ^? ^'l^^^^^^^ 104; Mays. Giants 103. P. <^;;£,SI ^--^^V>-i II --f "f- I 2nd Boccabella LOB-St. Louis 7. Chicago 24-7. Baltimore 27-7. LOB streak With a 5-2 victory OVer ' ft ,4^ ' ^^^^^^ * » u -"gers 100, Kllle- •^4J ^^^^^^^^^^?m t ,„ , Chicago 9 3B-lFiood. HB^Hubb^^ ^ r ^^^I ^^^^H^^P ' brew. Twins 96; Colavito, Tigers 4^^^^^^^^^''-'"^'% I ' 5511^ Apariclo. B. Robinson^ ^^^^^ y/^^^^" g"^. h ^^^SM^^HK IH^u^V -^^.4 Pitching ^K^/'^ ^^'--^4li ' ' ' ?|petersL.i9-7j ^ "J"! Angel^. 3-1. the Orioles mished '•^'SS ^^Miil ' '/W/.'^)''^^ J National League - PerranosW. IBfe^' ^ '''-if^^M^ ^4 LS ^^^ --V^ 00000 Howaj^ „„.„...2 4 5 3 3 0 the White Sox. 10-2. the Athletics liiZad 1 ! ,i.,/2 1 „„i I ^gers 16-3; Kou ax. lagers ' IL HBP-Bv""'Hs"ton Shannon. FB HaU 2 2 0 0 0 2 nipped the Red Sox. 7-6. and the NEW WEAPON-Stan Musial, who has spent years "assauUIng" f -S. McBean Pirates 13-3; Ma- m^m. m^WTmii - > .^Ranew. U-Weyer Ji"" soYr^T "2:2*1 ^A^'"2oi7 "^"'^hlck. Senators tripped the Tigers, 6-2. pitchers with a baseball bat. received a new shotgun Wednes- io"^' 23-7; Spahn, Braves OaMk- '1^ ' W^^^M . *ii go. wmiams. T-2=31. A-11.564. Soar. T-2.26_A-2^17 ^^^.^^^ i^^, Say night at Wrigley Field from Chicago Cub coach Charlie 22 -7. ii^B ^''""%.r ^KPf ^ t 'fll CINCINK'S!-?"^ ^ATL^WAUKEE r ^fb 'l ^^"^ b. Spahn Hits Homer Grimm. This took place during pn,-game ceremonies last night. 3,''"*^";;.«?.e -Ford Yanks id^S^^A ^ 111 ciNCiJraATi Mii -wAu* ^^.^ 4 0 0 0 Kubek 3010 ..u.ji. marking Stan the Man's last appearance in the Cub park. The ^4-7; Downing, Yanks 13-4; Bou- ^K^SMBHHHHHH^ lls Rose 5 12 0 Cllne 4 0 10 Fregosi 4 0 10 Unz 1 0 0 0 Spahn, who contributed a hom- marK 'ng man h laiit apireardnce lo ^ Yanks 21-7- Pet«»rs WhitP ^Hk^^^^. '"^J ^^^^^B r KBB Kaiko 5 0 10 Boiling 5 12 2 Wagner 4 0 10 Rlch'son 3 1 2 0 f„ . .' . Cardinals announced that Musial has been elected vice president '• f'^^ers, wnite ^Kii ^.'C^^^H^HB' • I' IMP^ 5660 5^i ?on 3212 Thorn's 4 0 0 0 aG'zalez J ? 0 0 er 0 his own cause, shu out the of the club UNIFAX ^ ^^atz. Red Sox 14-6. - I .i ^R Robin-n 3 12 1 Mathews 4 111 Moran 2 0 0 0 Pepit ne 4 110 Rgds until the eighth when Don Ot tBe ClUD. UWII-AA ^^PWSHffil I Its I i 3 '0 ^'^^l^ WW llrkek° WW \Wl Pavletich and Leo Cardenas ^^k^^^^^MK^^- £t ^v ?4^ ?iTon ? S To I S 2 S » J i S § tagged him for two -run homers^ mj ^ A Mlkc Ditka SaVS ^^^'^^^^l ^V -'^'^ O^Toole 10 10 Menke 4 111 Chance 3 0 10 Howard \ II I the BraveS had piled a 9-0 % £\ \ WW L\ ¥*0^11f^^ n ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^-^^^Kjl^^H , / | To S S KJ'" WoW fyf lead before that with the aid of 1 1 U V/llt^ /VI g Ut:& BcarS StUl Not m^^MBBf^m^ bwai'rs 1 0 0 0 Wood'^rd 0 0 0 0 Bouton 3 0 0 0 Hank Aaron's 43rd homer and An.i ^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^H^^fr E'r"^"? "o S "o ^•'^'^ ' ''' --— Eddie Mathews' 22nd. 4 1 ^,,4. ^^^4^^^^^ At Potential mm^^m^^^^^^^^^ ^a-illL^oVJuiharJsr!^^^^^^^^^ Mahaffey pitched 7 1-3 innings ADOUI IrreatneSS CHICAGO (AP) - End Mike i^^Jll^.orl%fo% iVhu'- t^'ln%\el-.'l'!'JV'^ 000-1 ^^r the Phillies before tiring ^^^^^ "^^^ Ditka of tSe ChLgo Bears fay Heof Eddie Golc with Wokc Up Music l^ito^ck ^'luTfor 'j^y m 7th: c- New York .... 300 000 oox-3 against the Giants. Home runs by p m Ik IW • 1 "we sUU haven 't tapped half of L • x C O 5LTru ^crou «°»n" In" Th! 24rf??e^-V' KV^lll ifl Stall Vl 11 SI R I OUr p^fential.'' ^-StSO. «Sa ?l^ -.000 000 041 -5 |f ot ^ WoTe. ^l ^^uU^' frv^^ntSI "n ^V" rbVthr^^^^^^^ ^ UMCll ,,,, .M.^-- «n ^e^. Po:A :LclSrn ^arre« ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^-ITr^ S ^at gained It^^^^^^^^ By JOE REICHLER lease because I don 't believe he T^StST 'tSi 'L'"'^ W W wif CMJL W W ^Mfiwauke 'J 's'- 2B -^R "^^'"'TJ,r?" g^f,?„^„^ ^ 'li'^ "? ? ? ? I victory. Associated Press Sports Writer will ever be able to find the plate SiJ^i 5 /•^^^"'"g 'T" K T< WW %| AAl M M 3&-Clrne"^HR-Pav ?eti»atT.°e'^J^^^ ge°nm !!l .".:L ::2 ? 0 0 0 t The Colts scored their winning NEW YORK (AP) - In his 22 and if he should I don't think he Sold er Field to watch the rs^X°- u-Runge DiMuro. stevensTKfir. run against the Pirates on an er years with the St. Louis Cardinals, has enough stuff to get by." g."^ ^l"' J'^l!^tr\LV' Jlk IF^ • ^.^^ Inrima^Tii^ -^^rrt^^^j^^ £SSr"^«- RADvO ? S 2 S E ^ "'t^^*^* Ernie Brogllo registered his great players of basebaU. ball. He was earning $70 a month 'Ve every man on the " ^ W SDahn w. 22-7 -.9 12 8 5 3 3 DOWIl rSlSOIlS l^th Victory for the Cai-dinals No one bothers to argue that and sending $10 of it home regu- squad to see the fierceness of . ^^V^^. ^^u ^l^Sr^'. ^iL ^i^; ST. CATHARINES. Ont. (AP)- ^ ^^^"^"""^ P«i"t any more. Wherever you larly. every pky. whether on offense or jjjj ^HHHiHnHHHni Burkhart. Pryor. T-2:29. A -5 .596. ^he Chicago Black Hawks of the f ««se to bok, you can find evi- interesting to note that the defense." said Halas. THE SOUND CITIZEN Ml « r» u . NaUonal Hockey League defeated „ ri« « j ^"P^"i^ T manager added this footnote: "I The usual procedure in viewing iJ^^^miiSP ^^miil ^UMii ainkes Pro Debut the Buffalo Bisons, their farm rares Off Foiindage Musial through the years, has ^ ^ j^^^ definitely movies is to divide the squad into i^Mi ^^l ^^^^^^MHWHBi ^PROVIDENCE. R. I. (UPD- club in the American League. 8-2 ORANGE. Calif. (UPI) - Roo- bee" the greatest star in National him. He has the offensive and defensive units for ON YOUR DIAL iTprmer All-America fullback .Toe Wednesday night. sevelt Grier, a lineman whom League history. Other players u.se ^^^.^^ ^ ^.^^ . „ specialized scrutiny of the game. .-^^^^^^-^MMB^MHBiHiMiBMMBi^M—B^MiiMM^Mj BelUno of Navy will make his Defensemen Howie Young and the Los Angeles Rams obtained Wm as their model. His employ- . , • professional football debut Friday Elmer Vasko. who added three from the New York Giants in a ers use him as a showpiece for 'I don't blame him." said •jniH .mj .t.l.iAt llllll,^liUl^lJiMil,lim»J,^lill,U^^l^l^l^^Miu»•l^l^lmll^l,!iMilml.M,^^^^^^ IIIULUJ with the Providence Steamrollers assists, and forwards Reg Flem- pre-season trade, sweated off 15 their organizaUon. At the sunset Musial as he recalled his mipor in an Atlantic Coast League ing, BiUy Hay, Bobby Hull. Chico pounds Wednesday when the a glorious career, the 42 -year- league frustrations. "I was no ball giune. Bellino is a lieutenant sta- MaW. Len Lunde and Ken Whar- team practiced in 115-degree wea- old wonder is stiU one of the most of fire even if I did winl9 games Cloned at the nearby Newport Na- ram were the Black Hawk marks- thesr. Grier started the scrim- feared and i-espected hitters in all at Daytona Beach the next year. oO 9 9 90o val Base. men. mage session at 305 pounds. baseball. That was when I hurt my shoul- Vyyc:^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ So it seems impossible that at der so badly I couldn't pitch any •:*.'.t .:».l5l~./ one time Musial was so erratic more. .^^flfelk. | . ^ ^.^.-^ ^""^ • ft and .so unimpressive tlint a minor, "I think that was the darkest ^^^B^ THE ^ m m L ^ZftT^^ftft 1'''^'"' T"'^^' .^'"'^ t^'"^ '^'''^'" ^tan added. .^^^Em FLORSHEIM ^ L J MflVlBW ^F W^m^M^Jmmmm .^'"^ ^""^ recommended ins re- ^ strong-willed ^^^BH /I ^ — ••M W I •^•^SIBKfl lease. But this IS exacUy what Polish immigrant miUworker. ^^^^^K I I X 1^1^ • • m ^ front office received a report on g college education but the young- ^^^^^^^B V M-r^CfC^t/t/t^/Z/ t Wl * • 7 JMHA ° ^"^^ ^'''^^l ^ ^ ^"^al had a staunch support- ^^^^•^H ^"^^^ X W^mm MiVftBiF • • Vh ^^^^^^k ^^^"^ P''" ^^^^^ ^ er in his mother. I ^^^^^H^H III LI 7 fru™Sni:?trLt staring a. ^, ^on*. S.a. i f^^^W MR H • W H HHHl v»»f...i^, k»..^^. stature and earning capac- ^^^^^^H^^W • ^ * • ^™ ^ '":?ht^;?st^^^^ -^^y ^'nt where he^m- ^^^K^M^^ read the report of Manager Har- ""'^^^f, I'^^Vl ^^^''^ ^^^^^K ^""^ FIN..TI ^•^^ rison WickcT "He is by fai- the ^j!^ "fetime earnings ^^H^B 1 '»^p ||K' - I w^^Y f h^d"^ T"" Woly SeS ciit" amoS to ^^^HHT B,^^^^^ BUD DEAN game here in ages and he must ^^•^'^^''^'^'^^^ ^ ^^^I^^^^^B ^H^^^^ P ^ K!'L 4 ' IkJCI C/\|kJ li Ull I average at least 10 walks a ^^H^ ^^^^^^^^ INCkdwIN Vll ^W ffllkk game, . . I recommend his re- I\EAD THE CLASSIFIEDS! ^H^"^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^I^B^ y W, MalB St. 342-4816 '^^Hp^ 474 N. Academy 343.1338 ^"""i^-w^-i—^iB—^^^^iii^^^i—^^i^ ^^Kf ^^^tj^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l^lJ^ ^^^^ ^ Paul Corr^ Sport Shop ^ lllKi^^^ W. 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