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14 Gglesburg Reflister-Moil, Gaiesburg, 111. Saturday, Sept, 28, 1963 Big League Pitchers Hold Edge on Hitters By MIKE RATIIKT Associated Press Sports Writer With two days of the baseball season remaining, the pitchers apparently still are ahead of the hitters. Here's the way it went Friday night: Cincinnati's John Tsitouris shut out St. Louis for the second consecutive Friday, 3-0 on two hits. Dave Wickersham hurled a two- hitter as the Kansas City A's defeated Cleveland 3-1. Rookie Fritz Ackley and Hoyt Wilhelm combined on a three-hitter in the second game as the j whipped Houston 10-3 in other National League games. Boston and the Los Angeles Angels in the American League were not scheduled. Tsitouris, 12-8, got the nod over Cardinal starter Ray Sadecki when Tommy Harper's homer in the ninth triggered the three- run rally that won for the Reds. Wickersham, 12-15, drove in the deciding run in the sixth with a single, then allowed the Indians' run in the seventh on Fred Whitfield's homer. Ed Charles hom­ ered for the A's. Ackley pitched no-hit ball for Chicago White Sox clinched sec- j six innings, yielded two hits in ond place in the American League ! Illc seventh and gave way to Wilby sweeping a doubleheader from! helm. Mike Hershbergcr collected Washington, 11-2 and 7-1. Minnesota's Camilo Pascual became the first pitcher in the AL this season to strike out 200. winning his 21st game in a 4-3 victory over the New York Yankees. Stu Miller walked out of the Baltimore bullpen for the 71st time, setting an AL record for most appearances, and pitched two scoreless innings in a 5-2 triumph over Detroit. Philadelphia knocked off the National League champion Los Angeles Dodgers 5-3, Pittsburgh whipped San Francisco 8-3, the Chicago Cubs edged Milwaukee 3-2 and the New York Mets four singles and a homer for the White Sox, driving in three runs in each game. Pascual, 21-9, scattered nine hits and struck out nine for a 202 total. He also drove in a run with a single. One of the hits off Pas cual was a homer by Roger Maris. Miller surpassed the 70 appear ances made by Boston's Mike For­ nixes in 1960 when he came on in the eighth inning for the Orioles. Jim Gentile knocked in three runs with three singles and Jackie Brandt hit a two-run homer. Trailing 3-1, the Phillies broke loose against the Dodgers in the sixth for three runs with two out on singles by Cookie Rojas, Richie Allen and Roy Sievers and a double by Don Demetcr. Major Le€igue\ STANDINGS By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Friday's Results Chicago 11-7, Washington 2-1 Minnesota 4, New York 3 Baltimore 5, Detroit 2 Kansas City 3, Cleveland 1 Only games scheduled Today's Games Minnesota at New York Los Angeles at Boston Detroit at Baltimore Washington at Chicago Cleveland at Kansas City (N) Sunday's Games Cleveland at Kansas City Washington a f Chicago Detroit at Baltimore Minnesota at New York Los Angeles at Boston NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles .. 99 62 .619 New York 104 56 .650 — St. Louis 92 68 .575 6>/z Chicago 93 67 .581 11 San Francisco 86 74 .538 13 Minnesota 90 70 .563 14 Philadelphia . 85 75 .531 14 Baltimore 85 75 .531 19 Cincinnati 85 75 .531 14 Detroit 78 82 .488 26 Milwaukee ... 83 77 .519 16 Cleveland 77 83 .481 27 Chicago 81 79 .506 18 Boston 75 85 .469 29 Pittsburgh ... 74 86 .463 25 Kansas City 73 87 .456 31 Houston 64 96 .400 35 Los Angeles 70 90 .438 34 New York 51 109 .319 48 Washington 55 105 .344 50 Friday's Results Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2 Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 0 New York 10, Houston 3 Philadelphia 5, Los Angeles 3 Pittsburgh 8, San Francisco 3 Today's Games Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N) Pittsburgh at San Francisco Chicago at Milwaukee Cincinnati at St. Louis New York at Houston Sunday's Games Cincinnati at St. Louis Chicago at Milwaukee New York at Houston Philadelphia at Los Angeles Pittsburgh at San Francisco Frick Picks Senior Umps For Series NEW YORK (UPI) - Joe Paparella of the American League and Tom Gorman of the National League today were appointed the senior umpires for the 1963 World Scries by Commissioner Ford Frick. Paparella will work behind the plate for the opening game, at Yankee Stadium next Wednesday, with Gorman at first base. Larry Napp of the AL will be stationed at second base and Shag Craw ford of the NL at third base. These four umpires will rotate the bases after each game in a clockwise direction. John Rice of the AL and Tony Venson of the NL will work on the foul lines. Official scorers chosen by Frick were: Lou Hatter of the Baltimore Sun, vice-president of the Baseball Writers Association of America; Frank Finch of the Los Angeles Times; and Leonard Shecter of the New York Post. Can Monsters Of Midway Be Back: Major League Leaders By United Press International NATIONAL LEAGUE Player & Club G AB R H Pet. T .Davis, LA 145 554 68 180 .325 Groat, St.L 156 623 85 199 .319 Clemente, Pitt 150 592 76 189 .319 H.Aaron, Mil 159 623 119 198 .318 Cepeda, SF 154 573 99 181 .316 Mays, SF 155 589 113 185 .314 Pinson, Cin 160 643 96 201 .313 Gonzalez, Phil 154 552 78 169 .306 White, St.L 160 649 106 198 .305 Flood, St.L 156 652 111 198 .304 AMERICAN LEAGUE Player & Club G AB R II Pet. Yastrzski, Bos 150 568 91 182 .320 Kaline, Det 144 550 89 171 .311 Rollins, Minn 136 531 78 163 .307 Pearson, LA 153 577 92 176 .305 Ward, Chi 155 598 80 176 .294 Malzone, Bos 150 577 66 169 .293 Wagner, LA 148 549 73 160 .291 Howard, NY 134 483 74 139 .288 Battey, Min 146 507 64 145 .286 Fregosi, LA 153 587 82 167 .284 Home Runs National League — McCovey, Giants 44; H. Aaron, Braves 43; Mays, Giants 38; Cepeda, Giants 34; Howard, Dodgers 28. American League — Killebrew, Twins 45; Stuart, Red Sox 42; Allison, Twins 35; Hall, Twins 33; Howard, Yanks 28. Runs Batted In National League — H. Aaron, Braves 129; Boyer, Cards 110; White, Cards 109; Pinson, Reds 104; Mays, Giants 104. American League —Stuart, Red Sox 118; Kaline, Tigers 100; Killebrew, Twins 96; Colavito, Tigers 91; Wagner, Angels 90. Pitching National League — Perranoski, Dodgers 16-3; Koufax, Dodgers 25-5; McBean, Pirates 13-3; Maloney, Reds 23-7; Spahn, Braves 22-7. American League— Ford, Yanks 24-7; Downing, Yanks 13-4; Bouton, Yanks 21-7; Peters, White Sox 19-7; Pascual, Twins 21-9; Radatz, Red Sox 14-6. READ THE WANT ADSI U.S. Team Wraps Up Honors BOURNEMOUTH, Eng. (AP)— The United States completed a clean sweep of its interzone Davis Cup tennis semifinal against Britain today when Frank Froehling III of Coral Gables, Fla., defeated Mike Sangster 6-1, 4-6, 6-0 6-4 for the fifth straight victory. Earlier Chuck McKinley of San Antonio, Tex., the Wimbledon champion, routed Billy Knight 8-6, 6-2, 6-3. The U.S. team clinched the series Friday by winning the doubles. The Americans play India next month in the interzone final at Bombay. The winner of that series will get' the right to challenge Australia for the international trophy in December. With the series already settled, the Americans simply breezed through today's final singles matches. The lanky Froehling had a letdown in the second set but bounced back and won easily after McKinley had treated the crowd at the West Hants Club to a brilliant exhibition of shotmak- ing. TALL MEN—Three members of the St. Louis Hawks basketball team arc shown signing in Friday afternoon at the Custer Inn. The Hawks had just arrived in Galcsburg for last night's St. Louis-Cincinnati Royals game. Shown from left arc Gerry Ward (6-2), Bob Duffy (6-4) and Phil Jordan (6-11). Hawks Top Big O, Royals A last-ditch surge gave the St. Louis Hawks a 119113 victory over the Cincinnati Royals at the Galesburg High School gym, Friday night. The contest was the second annual pro game sponsored by the Ralph M. Noble Post of the American Legion. After Oscar Robertson, all- league star for the Royals, had tossed in two free throws with 2:20 left in the contest to knot the score at 107-107, the Hawks broke loose for eight straight points to secure the triumph. John Barnhill, St. Louis guard, made gooi on a three - point play to start the ball rolling in the Hawk outburst. Charlie "Cliico" Vaughn followed with a bucket before Barnhill came through with another three- point maneuver. The Hawks had an early lead, but the Royals had things pretty much their own way for most of the second quarter and part of the third period. Robertson's paid of charity tosses with 44 seconds remaining in the first half gave Cincinnati its biggest lead of the contest, 53-46 Furthermore, the Royals led by as much as five points with 8:13 left in the third period. The left-handed firing of slick Len Wilki s picked up the slack for St. Louis, and the Hawks wont George Chevalo Looks Ahead To Clay After Dejohn Fight Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press PITCHING — John Tsitouris, Reds, shut out St. Louis for second straight time, limiting Cardinals to two hits in 3-0 Cincinnati victory. BATTING — Mike Hershberger, White Sox, collected four singles and homer, driving in three runs in each game, as Chicago clinched second place in American League by sweeping doubleheader from Washington 11-2 and 7-1. K.O. Average BROCKTON, Mass. (UPI) — Rocky Marciano hammered out the best knockout average among heavyweight champions: .878 for 43 kayoes among his 49 straight professional victories. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) — Fresh from an upset 10-round decision over Big Mike De John, rugged George Chuvalo made with some bold talk today about the fellow he's scheduled to fight next, top-ranked heavyweight contender Cassius Clay. "Cassius Clay can talk all he wants," Chuvalo said, "but in a showdown I think I can knock him out—if the referee gives me a chance." It was the kind of remark that may prompt Cassius the prophet to change his prediction to an earlier round when he will stop Chuvalo. Confronting Chuvalo at a press conference last Tuesday, Clay told the 26-year-old Toronto, Ont., native, he would fall in five. Being perfectly impartial, Clay gave De John the same word. The conference was to announce that Clay, who did not deign to attend Friday night's fight, would meet the winner. Contracts for the bout were to be signed today in the Louisville office of promoter Bill King, who put on Friday night's card, too. King said the Clay-Chuvalo go will be Nov. 8 in Louisville's Freedom Hall. As for Chuvalo's remark — "if the referee gives me a chance" —it was a sharp barb directed at the third man in the ring Friday night, Don Asbury. Even though he won, Chuvalo, an 8-5 underdog, beefed about Asbury's officiating on three counts. He said lie couldn't understand] Asbury's scoring of the match. The referee had it a 49-49 draw, although both judges, Kenny Pastor and Tom Nuckles, gave the decision to Chuvalo by a wide margin. It made the victory a majority, rather than unanimous, decision. Asbury commented that Chu­ valo was guilty of "dirty tactics" throughout the bout and that he penalized him for this on his scorecard, although he did not advise the judges to do likewise. Chuvalo, 211 1 /£, established a clear superiority over De John, 206%, in the last five rounds, having him down twice in the sixth and in constant danger of being knocked out by the clouting Canuck's powerful left hooks. The United Press International scorecard gave Chuvalo a 47-40 margin. The former Canadian heavyweight champion now has a record of 25 victories, seven losses and two draws. For De John, the defeat was his 12th in 59 bouts. He's fought one draw. ahead, 75-74, on a Barnhill deadeye with 3:32 left in the third quarter. After a sec-saw battle for most of the final stanza, the Hawks took care of things in the final two minutes of play. Bob Pcttit, slightly off his mark from the field, still managed eight field goals and 12 charity tosses to take scoring honors with 28 points. Robertson followed Pettit with seven goals and 13 free throws for 27 markers. Following the top two were a pair of hot-shooting Hawk guards, Barnhill and Wilkins, who tallied 20 and 22 points, respectively. Jerry Lucas, who was scheduled to make an appearance for the Royals, did not dress for the contest because of a throat infection. By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer- Have the halcyon days really returned for the Chicago Bears— once the awesome "monsters of the Midway" in the National Football League? Sunday may provide the answer when the unbeaten Bears tangle with the Detroit Lions in the Motor City. The NFL also has St. Louis at Pittsburgh, Baltimore at Green Bay, New York at Philadelphia, San Francisco at Minnesota, Dallas at Washington and Los Angeles at Cleveland. In the American League there arc two games Saturday night- Oakland at New York and Houston at Buffalo. On Sunday. Kansas City is at San Diego and Boston at Denver. The Bears, who dominated the NFL back in the 1940s, have beaten the champion Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings with Bill Wade in the starring role. George Halas' Bears have won .seven of their last eight league games, including five of their last six 1962 games. The Lions, beaten last week by Green Bay, will have to execute a sharp about-face to stop the new "Monsters." A victory would keep the Bears atop the Western Conference. The Cleveland Browns and St. Louis Cardinals, tied at 2-0 for the lead in the Eastern Conference, may part company after Sunday's games. The Browns, with Jimmy Brown tearing off huge chunks of yardage as of yore, figure to rip the winless Los Angeles Rams. The Cardinals, however, go up against a tough Pittsburgh Steeler outfit that drubbed the New York Giants 31-0 last week. Jim Taylor and Tom Moore have the Green Bay attack back on the beam after a season opening defeat to the Bears and the Packers are favored over Baltimore. The Colts have lost Ray Berry, who suffered a dislocated shoulder. Major League Box Scores NIGHT GAME MINNESOTA I NEW YOHK Hoyals fg fl pf Twyman 7 3 1 Embry 7 3 5 Robertson 7 13 3 Smith 4 2 1 Boozer 3 3 5 Olsen 3 1 1 Hawkins 4 3 3 Bockhorn 10 5 Arnette 2 2 1 Roberts 2 1 1 Herndon 10 3 Hawks Beaty Wilkins Barnhill Pettit Hagcn Vaughn Jordan Bridges Ward Totals 4131291 Totals Score by quarters: Royals 25 28 29 Hawks 27 22 37 fg II pi 6 2 6 8 6 6 9 2 2 8 12 3 2 3 1 3 4 2 12 5 3 3 3 2 3 0 42 35 28 Allen Banks Hall Kille'w 4 Minch'r 3 Power 0 Allison 2 Battey 4 Versa's 4 Pascu'l 3 ab r hbi( 5 0 0 0 Linz 4 0 0 0 Rich'son 4 0 0 0 Gonzal'z 2 0 2 0 0 0 Tresh Lopez Mantle Blan'ard Maris bReed Howard Berra Pepito'e Boyer ab r h bl 5 13 0 3 0 11 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 4 12 1 0 10 1 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 11 4 0 10 3133- -113 -119 Andy Coakley Dies NEW YORK (UPI) - Andy Coakley, a member of the 1905 Philadelphia Athletics World Series pitching staff that included Chief Bender, Eddie Plank and Rube Waddell, died Friday at the age of 80. Coakley served as head baseball coach at Columbia University for 36 years, retiring in 1951. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Pressure On as USC Faces Sooners ELKS TUESDAY, OCT, 1 T*Bone Steaks By JOE GERGEN UPI Sports Writer The heat will be squarely on Southern California Saturday as the Trojans take what may be a big step toward their second consecutive national championship in a nationally televised battle with highly rated Oklahoma. The game will be televised by CBS at 4:30 p.m. EDT. The heat won't be strictly physical condition but will play a major role in performance of both teams, and you can't help but remember that Bud Wilkinson, the Oklahoma head coach, is special consultant to the President on youth fitness. Southern Cal enters the game a slim one-point favorite over the Sooners who routed strong Clemson, 31-14, in their initial outing night contest. Trojans had considerable trouble in defeating Colorado, 14-0. Big Ten In Action All the Big Ten teams enhance Saturday's schedule for the first time this year. Northwestern and Wisconsin, the only two of the conference's clubs to see previous action, are both pitted against Midwest opposition. The Wildcats faced Indiana, a 15-point underdog, in the first Big Ten league contest of 19G3, while the Badgers fight the luck of the Irish as a three-point selection over Notre Dame. The rest of the Big Ten is favored in intersectional contests except for Minnesota, a one-point underdog to Nebraska. Michigan is a seven-point choice over SMU. Ohio State rates 12 over Texas A&M, Michigan State is a 13- point favorite over North Carolina and Purdue is a three-point pick over Miami (Fla.) in a key Saturday with Columbia, a four- point favorite, tackling Brown in the first conference game. All the other Ivies are heavy favorites in non-league contests. Of these, Princeton-Rutgers is the standout game with the Tigers rated seven points better than Rutgers in college football's oldest rivalry. Other Top Games In other games of national interest, Alabama is favored by 29 to wallop poor Tulane; Pennjson. rebound against Kentucky. The Rebels are solid 10-point favorites. In other leading games: East: West Virginia 7 over Boston University; and Army 20 over Cincinnati. South; Tennessee 1 over Auburn; South Carolina 6 over Maryland; Duke 10 over Virginia; Florida 8 over Mississippi State; and Georgia Tech 11 over Clem- State, conqueror of Oregon, is a 14-point choice over UCLA; Roger Staubach's next victim will be William & Mary in a Navy romp; Pittsburgh is a one-touchdown favorite over Washington; Florida State, which stopped George Mira and Miami cold last week, is favored by six over Texas Christian; and Arkansas rates seven points better than Missouri. Mississippi, shorn early oi a perfect season by 0-0 tie with of the season last week while the I The Ivy League also bows in | Memphis State last week, tries to Midwest: Syracuse 2 over Kansas; Iowa State 6 over VMI; and Iowa 12 over Washington State. Southwest: Rice 1 over LSU; Baylor 6 over Houston; and Texas 22 over Texas Tech. West: Oregon 1 over Stanford. Relay Team Continues on Marathon DAGGETT, Calif. (AP) - The 2,521-mile marathon relay from Los Angeles to Detroit droned through desert heat toward the Grand Canyon of the Colorado today. A crew of 16 runners, in groups of four, was slowly eating up the miles toward the Motor City to point up the desirability of Detroit being host for the 1964 Olympic Games. Each runner covers five miles is picked up by his bus, and a teammate replaces him. After the group of four has completed its 20 miles, another bus comes alongside, and another crew takes over for 20 miles. All the runners are experienced distance men, but the 106-degree heat in Los Angeles, when they startd at 11 a.m. Friday, made the first leg to San Bernardino on the edge of the Mojave Desert an exhausting one. It was after o'clock and dusk by the time the first leg of 60 miles was completed. Williams 10 0 0 Hamilt'n 0 0 0 0 aGibbs 10 0 0 Terry 0 0 0 0 cBright 10 0 0 Totals 33 4 8 41 Totals 35 3 9 3 a—Struck out for Hamilton in 6th; b—ran for Maris in 8th; c— struck out for Terry in 9th. Score by innings: Minnesota 022 000 000—4 New York . . 100 100 010—3 E—None. PO-A—Minnesota 27-7, New York 27-7. LOB—Minnesota 6, New York 8. 2B—Mlncher, Linz, Maris. HR—Maris. S—Pascual. SF —Allison. CINCINNATI ab i h bi 5 0 2 1 5 4 4 4 3 4 3 4 NIGHT CAME Rose Kasko Pinson Robi'n Pavle'h Harper Carde's Edw'ds Tsito'is 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 12 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 Pascual W, 21-9 „9 Williams L, 9-8 ..3 Hamilton 3 Terry 3 h r er bbio 9 3 3 3 9 7 4 4 1 3 10 0 14 0 0 0 0 4 WP—Pascual. U—DiMtaro. Stevens, Kinnamon, "Runge. T—2:22. A—9.768. TWILIGHT GAME WASHINGTON I CHICAGO Fight Is Postponed MEXICO CITY (UPI) - Sun day's scheduled non-title fight be tween featherweight champion Sugar Ramos of Mexico and Roy Murrish of Oklahoma has been postponed indefinitely because of Ramos' infected tonsils. Fight Results By The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. — George Chuvalo, 211V4, Toronto, outpoint­ ed Mike DeJohn, 206»/z, Miami, 10. MELBOURNE, Australia—Kimpo Amarfio, 128, Ghana, stopped Leo Espinosa, 125%, Philippines, 6. READ 'HE WANT ADS! Everywhere you look there's a WHITE ROOF WHITE'S INSULATION 342-0185 DR. I. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 339 £ M*ls Hour»i 9 KM to D PM. Fridey*: 9 AM to *;90 P-M W«dn«fd«y't TU Noon M3-9317 o* 342-3Q17 Bla'me 4 0 Phillips 4 0 Hinton 4 1 Lock 4 0 King 4 0 Retzer 4 1 Brink'n 4 0 Kenn'y 2 0 Baird 1 0 Roeb'k 0 0 aBrown 1 0 Jenkis' 0 0 bZim'er 1 0 Hobg'h 0 0 cMin'so 1 0 ab r hbi H'sh'ger Buford Robins'n Hansen Carreon Nic'nol'n Cun'am Weis 0 OIHorlen 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 1 0 0 ab r h bl 4 2 2 3 3 111 4 10 0 2 3 3 1 3 0 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 ST. LOUIS ab r h bl Javier 4 0 0 0 Groat 4 0 10 cBeau'p 0 0 0 0 White 3 0 0 O Boyer 3 0 0 O Clemens 2 0 0 0 Flood 3 0 0 0 Kolb 2 0 10 Ricke'ts 2 0 0 0 aMcC'er 10 0 0 Sadecki 2 0 0 0 Taylor 0 0 0 0 bAltman 10 0 0 Totals 36 3 8 3 1 Totals 27 0 ~2 ~0 a—Fouled out for Ricketts in 8th: b—called out on strikes for Taylor in 9th; c—ran for Groat in 9th. Score by innings: Cincinnati ...000 000 003—3 St. Louis 000 000 000—0 E—Sadecki, Boyer. PO-A—Cincinnati 27-12, St. Louis 27-10. LOB —Cincinnati 8, St. Louis 4. 2B— Cardenas, Rose. 3B—Kolb, Edwards. HR Harper. S—Clemens. „ . lp h r er bbso Tsitouris W, 12-8.9 2 0 0 3 5 Sadecki L, 10-10..8>/ 3 7 3 3 2 3 Taylor % 1 0_j0__01 Barlick, U—Vargo, Williams. Weyer. T—2:18. A-9,250. Totals34 2 8 2| Totals 35 11 12 11 a—Struck out for Roebuck in 5th; b—singled for Jenkins in 7th; c—grounded into double play for Hobaugh in flth. Score by innings: Washington 000 020 000— 2 Chicago _ 003 500 30x—11 E—Cunningham 2, Baird, Retzer. PO-A—Washington 24-13; Chicago 27-12. DP—Hershberger and Hansen; Hansen, Weis and Cunningham. LOB—Washington 7. Chicago 7. 2B—Hinton, Hansen 2, Retzer. 3B—Brinkman. HR—Hershberger. S—Horlen. SF—Buford h x er bbio 4 6 3 4 2 2 0 0 10 0 0 5 3 2 0 8 2 2 2 ip Baird L, 0-3 3>/ 3 Roebuck 2 ,'a Jenkins 2 Hobaugh 2 Horlen W, 11-7 9 HBP — By Roebuck, Robinson Balk—Baird. PB—Retzer. U—McKinley, Chylak, Haller, Carrigan T—2:16. Consistent SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)—Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain of the San Francisco Warriors has won the National Basketball Association scoring championship a record four straight seasons. Attendance Drops DETROIT (UPI) - The Detroit Tigers reported Friday the club had suffered its lowest attendance figure in 20 years as the club played before 821,973 fans Tiger owner John E. Fetzer said the club stands to lose an estL mated $800,000 for the season. SHORT TRACK Motorcycle RACES SAT. NITE, SEPT. 28 8 P.M. On U.S. 150, 7 mlies North of Galesburg Reds Whitewash Cardinals, 3-0 On Two Hits ST. LOUIS (AP)-John Tsitour­ is has become even harder for the St. Louis Cardinals to hit than his name is to spell. The Cincinnati right-hander shutout the Cardinals 3-0 on two hits Friday night, the second time within a week he has whitewashed them. Tsitouris blanked St. Louis 1-0 on three hits last Sunday, and Ray Sadecki, who pitched Friday for the Cardinals, was the victim in that contest also. Sadecki (10-10) matched Tsi­ touris Friday until the ninth when the Reds broke loose for their runs. Tommy Harper started the spree with a home run, Johnny Edwards followed with a triple and Leo Cardenas and Pete Rose closed with doubles. Represented in Minors CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI) Cincinnati Reds President William O. DeWitt announced Friday that the club will be represented by a team in the Florida Winter Instructional League. Don Heffner, manager of the Reds' San Diego club, will pilot the rookie team through a 56-game schedule. READ TIG VANT ADS! THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS; IS IT AVAILABLE? YES!/™ Mutual\ OF OMAHA* Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co, Call me for full information on the variety of plans for people 65 and over, offered by Mutual of Omaha, the company that insures more than 1 million 200 thousand senior citizens, R. I. THOMAS. MGR. m BOm} BLPG. PH. 343-8583 J

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