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4 F r -• •• * ft As Tittle Major League Box Scores WASrttMOf OH | ab r hbl **** Cottier 5 110 MinoSo 4 3 3 1 Brink'n 3 12 2 Cock 4 112 Hunt Kenn'y 5 12 0 Brown 5 0 2 1 Neem'n 5 0 0 0 Osteen 4 10 0 1 i CHICAGO ab t hbl ETsh'ger 2 0 10 HR—H. Aaron. SB—H. Berry Buford Robins'n 2 0 10 2 0 0 0 4 0 10 bMcCall 2 0 0 0 Hansen Santo. Aaron. •IL • \' ' ~ ~ -~ IP Buhl L, 11-14 7 .Jurdette 1 Sbfllln W, 23-7 —0 h t it Sbie 7 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 6 Carre on tfichol'n Lemon WeJs Peters aWard Fisher Joyce cSmith (Baum'n 4 0 10 3 10 0 4 112 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 10 0 0 oooo 10 0 0 oooo U—Jackowskl, C T—1:38. A—14,490. CWCWNAT1 ab r h bi 6 0 3 0 6 5 i - I. s V -T. Totals 40 9 13 91 Totals 33 2 7 led for Peters In 3rd; b— ran for Robinson in 4thi c—Popped out for Joyce in 8th. Score by innings: Washington 005 000 130-9 Chicago 000 200 000-2 E — Kennedy* Buford. Pp'A Washington 27-8, Chicago 27-12. DP —Lock, Kennedy and jBrinkman; Nceman and Cottier LOB-Washington 9, Chicago 5. 2B-Cottier > Lock. 3B—Minoso, Lemon. HR Hunt, Nicholson. SB—Br inkman, Kennedy. Rose Harper Pinson Neal Robi'n Cole'an 5 1 Edw'ds bKe'gh Pavl'ch 3 1 Cardc's 6 0 Kasko 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 1 2 0 2 5 0 0 0 Mal'ney 2 0 0 0 cSkin'r 10 10 oooo 10 0 0 O'Tolle dGreen Wort'on 0 0 0 0 Henry 0 0 0 0 aWarrs 10 0 0 Jay 10 0 0 ab r ST. LOUIS Flood 7 1 Groat 4 0 Maxvill 3 0 Muslal 3 0 aKolb 1 1 gBeauch 1 0 Shannon 1 0 Boyer 6 0 White 5 0 James 5 0 McCor'r 5 0 Javier 3 0 aAHman 1 0 Buchek 2 0 Gibson 2 0 CClem'ns 0 0 Taylor 0 0 iSawa'ki 1 0 Broglto 1 1 hbl 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ip Osteen W, 9-14 __9 Peters L, 19-8 3 Fisher _ 3 Joyce 2 Baumann 1 h 7 7 1 4 1 t ar bb «6 2 0 19 5 5 2 3 0 0 0 3 4 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 51 2 10 2| Totals 51 3 13 3 a—Ran for Musial in 6th; b— struck out for Edwards in 7th, c—singled for Maloncy in 8th; dp- popped out for O'Toole in 9th; e—singled for Javier in 9th; f— walked for Gibson in 9th; g— struck out for Kolb in 10th; h— U—Carrigan, McKinley. Chylak, Haller. T—2:37, A—5.814. * 4 J M r t CHICAGO ab i h Stewart 4 0 0 Brock 3 0 N.Mat's 1 0 Willia's 3 0 Santo Hubbs Cowan Boc'Ua Ranew Buhl aGra'as Burd'e 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 4 3 3 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 bi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MILWAUKEE ib i h Cline Gabr'on H.Aaron E.Ma'ws Torre Oliver T. Aaron Menke McMul'n Spahn 0 0 0 2 4 4 4 4 3 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 bl 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 llth. Score by innings: _ Cincinnati „~0§0 000 002 000 00-2 St. Louis 000 002 000 000 01—3 E—Boyer, Groat. PO-A—Cincinnati 40-13, one out when winning run scored. St. Louis 42-14. DP— McCarver and Groat; McCarver, Buckek and Mbxvill; Neal, Cardenas and Coleman. LOB—Cincinnati 12, St. Louis 13. 2B— Flood, Rose, Maxvilh S—Harper. SF— James. » Totals 30 0 4 0| Totals 31 2 8 2 a—Grounded out for Buhl in 8th. Score by innings: Chicago *_ -000 000 000—0 Milwaukee 101 000 O0x—2 E—Stewart, Cowan. PO-A—Chicago 24-15. Milwaukee 27-14. DP— Stewart, Hubbs and Boccabella; Burdette, Stewart and Boccabella; McMillan. Menke and T. Aaron. LOB—Chicago 4, Milwaukee 5. 21 Malone O'Toole Worthington — Henry _ Jay L, 7-18 Gibson Taylor Broglio W, 18-8 ip h .-7 5 -1 1 - 14 l - % 1 -3'/ D 5 _.9 7 —2 1 „-3 2 t er bb*o 2 2 2 11 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 11 2 1 1 2 , WP—Maloney, Gibson Broglio 2. U—BarJick, Weyer, Vargo, Williams. T—3:45. A—27,576. READ tfctfft B6F • t F STERN FIELD'S Complete Wardrobe I WOK urn f .turn •••••an I Your Unrestricted Choice $55.00 $45.00 TOPCOAT $35.00 5P0RTC0AT $12.95 SLACK 4 '4 Reguloi $147.95 Value PAY ONLY to Action By OSCAR PRALEY NEW YORK (UPI) - You can't be blamed today if you mix up your bimta and punts a bit but the messers Sandy Koufax and Whitey Ford may be interested to learn that Y, A. Tittle proved it's going to be a pitchers' week. Bill Rlem onoe put a rather sudden end to an irate discussion as to whether a particular pitch was a strike or ball when he drew himself up and announced "It ain't nothing, until I call it." The same applies to a pro football team. It ain't nuthin' without a good throwing quarterback. You might also say this will be a rule of thumb for Koufax and Ford when they square off Wednesday in the opening game of the World Series at Yankee Stadium. Led Giants Back But, while one of them has to be a loser, or at least one of their teams has to lose, Tittle came back to the same old stand for the New York Giants on Sunday after a bitter week of injury idleness which cost the Giants a game and got them back into winning stride. Yat, as the "Bald Eagle" is known, led the Giants to their first game victory with three touchdown passes. Then he chafed on the sidelines while the Giants lost their second contest. But he picked right up again to flip three more touchdown passes against the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday. In the process he completed 15 of 25 aerials for 185 yards. That ran his two-game total to 428 yards with 31 completed out of 48, a fat 60 per cent. Even more remarkable in the pro football grind is that he hasn't had a single pass intercepted — and he.is the only passer in the league who can claim that distinction. Can Throw Long Tittle has another distinction, along with Johnny Unitas. He throws "bombs,'' meaning the long scoring pass such as his 43 yard heave for the icebreaker against the Eagles, many other pro quarterbacks are happy to settle for the short gainers which have less risk of interception. There is some discrepancy about the age of the one-time LSU star who was drafted by Cleveland at the end of his 1947 senior year in college and subsequently treaked to Baltimore and San Francisco before getting to the Giants in 1961. He was de- cribed two years ago as being 35 but is not listed as to be 36 next month. Yat can list his age as 26, as far as the Giants are concerned Bowling Scores, and Standings (Meld 4: u 5 long as he keeps pitching like he does. The first three touchdowns against the Eagles wore on his passes and sent the Giants ambling to a 37-14 rout. He set a tough pace for Koufax and Ford. STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY • 86.8 PROOF * HIRAM WALKER i SONS INC., PEORIA, ILL Real bourbon reach for I* They can taste the extra flavor of the extra years 49 4 / 5 45 Pint UPLIFTING EXPERIENCE—Isaac Berger strains as he finishes second in the featherweight class of the World Weight Lifting Championship in Stockholm. The little strong man from York, Pa., with 117.5-105-145, finished behind only Yoshinobu Mikyake of Japan. Bud Wilkinson Says Sooners Still Need Lots of Work fcy BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer "We still have to improve in a lot of ways," said Oklahoma Coach Bud Wilkinson. Maybe so, but knocking off the nation's top-ranked college football team should do for a start. "We've still got eight games to go, 1 ' reminded the Sooner coach. Maybe so, but seven of them are with Big Eight opposition, against which Wilkinson has a 93-8-2 .lifetime mark. It took Wilkinson about five minutes to overcome his elation after Oklahoma's 17-12 upset of top-ranked and defending national champion Southern California in Los Angeles Saturday, regain his usual air of caution, and begin pointing out Sooner shortcomings. The victory, which snapped a string of 12 victories for Rose Bowl champion Southern Cal, was the big one on the Oklahoma comeback that started with last year's 8-2 performance. It made Oklahoma, ranked third last week, a prime candidate to succeed the Trojans in the No. 1 spot. "Wilkinson now has a wee off to prepare his swarming Sooners for a date with old foe Texas, ranked No. 4 nationally before Saturday's 49-7 romp over Texas Tech. The rest of the Oklahoma Hopes L A Will Rise To Occasion schedule is against conference competition. A fine ball control performance, engineered by quarterback Bobby Page, and two clutch runs by Joe Don Looney were the Oklahoma keys. Looney scored one touchdown and set up another, each with a 19-yard gain on a complex reverse play. Arkansas, No. 8, was the only other ranked team to fall, bowing before Missouri 7-6 when Missouri quarterback Gar Lane put together a 70-yard third-period scoring drive. Second-ranked Alabama made its bid for the No. 1 position with a 28-0 rout of winless Tulane and No. 5 Navy beat William and Mary by the same score. Middie quarterback Roger Staubach had 297 yards rushing and passing for an Academy record. LEAGUE PlaMot, 10-2; Admiral. 9-3; BaUey's Team, 8-4; Canada Dfy, 66; Haaselbaekera Team. 6-6; He*- aldson's Team, 5-7; Gunnies Tap, 2-10; H. L. Hansen Lbr. Co., 2-10. High team series, Bailey's Team, 2969; High Warn ^ ' —— 1044. High ind. series, Everett Shane, IW4; High md. game, Robert Swi gaft* 236. ALPHA JETS LEAGUE Kivoli Grain, 9-3; Country Queens, 8*4; Farmers State Bank, 6-6; insurance Exchange, 5-1; Alpha T.V. and Radio, 5-7; New Windsor Caie, 3-9. High team game, ftivoli 615; high team series, Rivoli Grain, 2370. High individual game, fmua ^ai*- befg, 205; high individual series, Erma SkaUberg, 535. ALPHA ftOOKll Jim's Trenchers, 12-4; iVJcNeii's Oilers, 11-5; Rutledge's Greenhouse. 11-5; DeKalb Seed Corn, 8-8; Anderson's Market, 8-8; Luallen Motor Sales, 5-11; Ark's Standard Service, 5-11; The Bubons, 4-12. High team series, Luallen's, 2846; high team game, Bubons, 979. High individual series. W. Lindsey, 634; high individual game, H. Humphrey, 245. CITY BOWLING LEAGUE W. A. Jordan Co., 14-0; Lane's Auto Glass, 10-4; State Loan. 9-5; Galesburg Bowl, 9-5; Bud Nelson Insurance, 7-7; Simpson-Powelson Lumber Co. (Knoxville), 7-7; Jaycee Aces, 7-7; Jaycee Jacks, 5-9; Mtshler's Gen. Contracting, 5-0; Arcade Barber Shop, 4-10; Hutchcroft Implement, 4-10; Canada Dry, 3-11. High' team series, State Loan, 2055; high team game, State Loan, 922. High individual series, John W. Gumm, 591; high Individual game, John W. Gumm, 224. MIXERS~LEAGUE Spareshdoters, 15 -1; Lucky Strikes, 12-4; "8" Bails, 12-4; Ray & Inness, 11-5; Jos-Wats, 8-8; A J's, 6-10; Pin-Knockers, 6-10; Misfits, 5-11; Astro-Nuts, 4-12; Johnson &c Inness, 1-15. High team series, Ray & Inness, 2242; high team game, Jos-Wats, 784. High individual series, Lonnie Cook, 498, Jo Long, 485; high individual game, Art Watson, 196, Jo Long, 203, TWILIGHT LEAGUE Higgins Dairy, 16-4; Burlington Truck Lines Inc., 15%-4^; Midwest Local No. 2063, 13-7; B'nai B rith A, 11-9; Park Drive Dairy, 11-9; Mel's Red & White, 11-9; HerrIn &Westbcrg Bldg. Cont., 10-10; Rotary Club. 9^-10%; B'nai B'rith B, 9-11; Exchange Club, 7-13; Cosmopolitan Club, 4-16; Canada Dry Bottling Co., 3-17. High team series, B'nai B rith A, 3046; high team game, B'nai B rith A, 1084. High individual series, Gene Mize, 547; high individual game, Ray Madden, 214. CAREER GIRLS LEAGUE Five Penny's, 15.9; Intra State Telephone, 15-9; Galesburg Concrete, 14-10; Main's "66", 13-11; W. T, Grant's, 12-12; Bank of Galesburg, 12-12; Pittsburgh Plate Glass, U%-12V&; Welch's Plumbing Sc Heating, 11-13; Mitchell's Antiques, 10-14; Maurita Dale Shop, 6V 2 -17Va. . ,High team game, Pittsburgh Plate Glass, 862; high team series, Pittsburgh Plate Glass 2410. High individual game, Phyllis Watson, 164; high individual series, Phyllis Watson. 452. TEE VEE LEAGUE Untouchables, 8-4; Mavericks, 8-4; Amateur Hour, 7&-4Vb; Real McCoys, 7-5; Make that Spare, 7-5; Hillbillies, 6-6; Flintstones. 6-6; Thrillers, 6-6; Ben Casey, 5-7; Checkmates, 4 V&-7%; Gunsmoke, 4-8; Ruff and Reddy, 3-9. . _ HlSh tearn game, Hillbillies, 809; hi $*team Vies, kilibillies 2311. High individual game, (M) pave Hopping, 213, (W) Alice Milroy, 179; higlft tafovldtrtl series (M) Dave Hoppihg, 567, (W) Alice MU- roy, 497. STARLIGHT LEAGUE Klinck's Furniture, 10-2; Pro- texall, 10-2; ^mers-Mechanic Bank. 9-3; Blaze Nursey, 7«t-4Vfc, Coinomat Laundromat. 7-5; Northside Drugs, 6-6; Barbecue Rib Shack, 5-7; Fidelity Federal, 3-9; Dale ftyman's, 3-9; Nyman s Jewelers, 3-9; Burlington Truck Lines, High team series, Klinck's Furniture, 941; high team game, Klinck's Furniture, 2586. High individual game, Rolene Webber, 187; high individual series, Gretchen GaUoway, 489. AUTO DEALER'S LEAGUE Crown Motors, 18-2; Midway Tavern, 12-8; Elks Lodge, 11-9; Bob s Alignment, 7-13; Team No. 6, 6-14, Moore Electric. 6-14. High team series. Moore Electric, 2953; high team game, Moore Electric, 1052. ( , . High individual series, Richard- sort, 567; high individual game, K. Barton, 211. MEN'S CHURCH LEAGUE East Main No. 2, 12-0; Presbyterian, 10-2; East Main No. 1, 10-2; First Lutheran No. 3, 9-3; Central Congregational; 9-3; Bethel Baptist No. 1, 8-4; Coldbrook No. 1, 7-5; Emmanuel Methodist, 7-5; First Lutheran No. 2, 7-5; First Chr stan Nn ft 7-5; Trinity, 7-5; Mission Covenant NO. 3, 7 -S; Cnldbfook No. 9 7-V First Lutheran No. 1. 6-6; ^ethodiKe; Church 6-6; First Baptist No. 1, 5-7; First Christian No 1 5-7; Knoxville Lutheran, 4 -8? Mission Covenant No. 2 4 -8: Advent Christian. 4-8; United Brethren, 4-8; Henderson St Baptist, 4-8; Bethel Baptist; No. .2, Ml; Mission Covenant No. 1, 0-12, First Baptist No. 2, 0-12, High team series, East Main No. 2 3020; high team game, East Mam No. 2, 1043. High individual series, P. Corbin, 569; high individual game, J. Tulm, 223. CftOSS-TOWN LEAGUE Augie's Steakhouse, 51-; McCabe ? s Scrappers, 14-2; Mil Rices Health Club, 12-4; Burlington-Chicago Cartage, 10-6; Western Zero, nvJ -6V 2 ; Ann's Cafe, 7fc-8J4; Knox Laundry, 6-10; Klines, 6-10; Reeves Trucking. 5-11; Maxwell Electric, 4-12; Olson & Swanson, 4-12; Mercer County Service, 3-13. High team game, Ann's Cafe, 921; high team series, Augie a Steakhouse, 2506. High individual game, Bev CIpv- enger, 191; high individual series, Mary Anne Catneron, 531. READ THE WANT ADS! H Bill with music and news from 7:35 - Midnight each Monday through day evening J A THE O N D CITIZEN 1400 ON YOUR DIAL LOS ANGELES (AP) rs. said - The Walter Dodgers, said Manager Alston, have come through in the big games. And perhaps they will do the same against the New York Yankees in the World Series. AI s Ion spoke as Hi e tea m packed Us gear to head for New York t MALL UP LOAN $ 800 A $ 850 $ 5000 ay. "I believe we'll play better in (he series. When ho had to beat San Francisco and had to beat St. Louis, we played at our best," said Alston. Whether Ken McMullen will be able to resume play at third base remains questionable but Alston expressed optimism that the 21- year-old rookie will be able to start. He pulled a hamstring muscle last Thursday. Ai$ton indicated some concern in that two of bis pitching stars, Sandy Koufax and relief artist Ron Perranoski, have been flu victims and another, Johnny Podres, has been a problem in his recent performances. Alston confirmed that he intends to start Koufax in the opening game Wednesday and probably Podres the next day, taking advantage of his two left banders in a stadium known as a haven for left-hand batters. Alston remained highly vexed with Podres 1 brief stay Saturday night against Philadelphia. Pod- gave up eight runs and 12 12-3 innings. Included with up to 24 months to repay When you need money-to cover an emergency trip, overdue bills, an unexpected call for cash, or for any good purpose-see the understanding folks at HFC, With 85 years of experience in helping families (ike yours, Household Finance can provide the right type of loan to suit your exact money need. It pays to do business with people you can trust Borrow with confidence at HFC. with up to 60 months to repay With the new Illinois Instalment Loan law tn effect, HFC is now making larger loans awatt^ able to more people than ever before. More families now qualify for the larger loans necessary to meet today's greater need& So, if you have a money problem that calls for considerable cash—fixing up the house, buying a better car, paying off instalment contracts-come and see us. Every year more than 2 million people get fair, under* standing money help at HFC You can, toa Co$h You Get MONTHLY MYMSNT HAH$ 24 pay mis 18 pay mts 12 paym t$ 6 pay mts 27.2? 41.69 'Charges are computed at 3% on thai pm of scheduled monthly balances not exceeding $250, 2% above $150 to $300 and 1% on any remainder. Amounts do not include cost of Life Insurance on loans at $roup rate. HOUSEHOLD FIN ou C«» $1000 2000 2500 3000 5000 MONTHLY PAYMENT HAMS 60 paymts 49 paymts 129.09) $74,96 89.95 149.92 36 I 24 paymts paymts $36.94 73.88 92.35 110.83 184.71 $5020 100.40 125.50 150.60 251.00 principal and charge* on bans ij paid on schedule, but do not incli char its on Gsoup Lijc & Disability msuran HOUSEHOLD FINANCE res hits in innings i runs. **I had wanted him to stay in five or six innings to get the work since he hadn't pitched all week. I left him in until it got so embarrassing 1 had to take him out," Alston said. 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