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Dodgers Pitching Shines as Podres Stymies Yanks, 4-1 Classic Goes West WithLA inCharge By .TACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - The Los Angeles Dodgers captured their second straight victory over the New York Yankees in the 1063 World Series Thursday, winning the second game 4-1. Johnny Podres, the pitching hero of the Dodgers' 1955 Series triumph over the Yankees, limit ed the defending world champions to six hits before giving way to Ron Perranoski after Hector Lopez' double with one out in the ninth inning. Elston Howard greeted the relief ace with a run-scoring single, but Perranoski got the final two batters without further trouble and the National Leaguers had a 2-0 lead. FIRST INNING Dodgers—Maury Wills singled. Wills stole second. Jim Gilliam singled. Wills stopped at third, but Gilliam went to second on the throw to the plate. Willie Davis doubled, scoring Wills and Gilliam. Tom Davis flied out. Frank Howard grounded out, W Davis moving to third. Moose Skowron fanned. Two runs, three hits, no errors, one left. . Yankees—Tony Kubek flied out. Bobby Richardson grounded out. Tom Tresh singled. Mickey Mantle flied deep. No runs, one hit, no errors, one left. SECOND INNING Dodgers — Dick Tracewski fanned. Johnny Roseboro was caled out on strikes. Johnny Podres singled. Wills bounced out. No runs, one hit, no errors, one left. Yankees— Roger Maris grounded out. Elston Howard got an infield single. Joe Pepitone walked. Clete Boyer fanned. Al Downing went down swinging. No runs, one hit, no errors, two left. THIRD INNING Dodgers— Gilliam grounded out. W. Davis was called out on strikes. T. Davis tripled. Maris was injured running down the ball and was replaced by Hector Lopez in rightfield. F. Howard fanned. No runs, one hit, no errors, one left. Yankees — Kubek flied out. Richardson flied out. Tresh flied out. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. FOURTH INNING Dodgers — Skowron homered making the score 3-0, Dodgers. Tracewski walked, Roseboro hit into double play. Podres popped out. One run, one hit, no errors, none left.. Yankees—Mantle grounded out. Lopez bounced to the mound. E. Griffith and Gonzalez Set For Battle SAN JUAN, P. R. (UPI) Welterweight champion E m i 1 e Griffith and middleweight contender Jose Gonzalez were scheduled to finish training today for their non-title 10-round fight Saturday night here in outdoor Bithorn Stadium. Griffith of New York is favored at 8-5 over Gonzalez of nearby Arroyo, P. R. Promoter Jimmy O'Farrell expects a crowd of at least 10,000 and a gate of at least $70,000. Howard flied out. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. FIFTH INNING Dodgers—Wills beat out bunt. Gilliam hit into double play. W. Davis was called out on strikes. No runs, one hit, no errors, none left. Yankees—Pepitone grounded to first. Boyer fanned. Harry Bright batted for Downing and was called out on strikes. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. SIXTH INNING Dodgers—Ralph Terry went to the mound for the Yankees. T. Davis grounded out. F. Howard grounded to first. Skrowron singled. Tracewki grounded out. No runs, one hit, no errors, one left. Yankees—Kubek grounded out. Richardson grounded out. Tresh singled. Podres threw wild to fi-st attempting to pick off Tresh and the runner moved to second. Mantle flied deep. No runs, one hit, one error, one left. SEVENTH INNING Dodgers—Roseboro flied out to right. Podres bounced out. Wills grounded out. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. Yankees—Lopez his ground rule double. Howard flied out. Pepitone flied out. Boyer flied out. No runs, one hit, no errors, one left. EIGHTH INNING Dodgers—Gilliam grounded out. W. Davis doubled. T. Davis troppled, scoring W. Davis to make the score 4-0. Ron Fairly pinch hit for F. Howard and was intentionally passed. Skowron hit into double play. One run, two nits, no errors, two left. Yankees— Phil Linz pinch hit for Terry and lined to third. Kubek flied out. Richardson got an infield single. Tresh grounded out. No runs, one hit,' no errors, one left. NINTH INNING Dodgers—Hal Reniff went to the mound for Yankees. Tracew ski grounded out. Roseboro lined out. Podres popped out. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. Yankees—Mantle flied out to left. Lopez gets ground rule double. Ron Perranoski came in to relieve Podres. E. Howard singled scoring Lopez with first Yankee run. Pepitone hit into force play. Boyer fanned. One run, two hits, no errors, one left. HAVING A WONDERFUL TIME, glad you are here. This sort of sums up the feelings of Dodger manager Walt Alston (left) and coach Leo Durocher as they watch Los Angeles beat the Yankees 5-2 in the first game of the World Series Wednesday. Whatever trouble there might have been between the two was whisked away by Sandy Koufax's fastball. UNIFAX BULLETIN LOS ANGELES (AP)-The FBI today arrested Erwin B. Arvey, Chicago stockbroker and the son of Illinois Democratic leader Jake Arvey, on a charge of transporting more than a half-million dollars' worth of fraudulent securities across state lines. Arvey, 44, was arrested at a Beverly Hills hotel. A complaint had been filed charging him with interstate transportation of $550,000 in fraudulent General Motors Acceptance Corp. bonds. They said he put up 550 of the bogus $1,000 bonds Wednesday in applying for a $440,000 loan at a local bank. The FBI said Arvey's arrest is the latest in a series of investigations started in 1961, when the presence of counterfeit GMAC bonds was noted in banking circles here, in New York, Miami and Toronto, Canada. GMAC is General Motors' car-financing organization. The FBI identified Arvey as the son of Col. Jacob M. Arvey, political leader in the Chicago area. Mickey Mantle Lauds Sandy NEW YORK (UPD - Mickey Mantle, always quick to give credit where it's due, took h? hat off to Sandy Koufax today as one of the finest pitchers he has ever faced. "Everything 1 read about him was true," Mantle marveled. "And everything they told us about him also was true. Whatta pitcher! Still 1 don't feel too bad at what I did against -him. "He only fanned me twice. Carl Erskine once got me four times." Mantle not only ranks as a prime judge of good pitchers but also knows a long-ball hitter when he sees one because some of the tape-measure blows' he's belted never have been duplicated in all baseball history. The Dodger slugger he singled out for special comment was hulking, six-foot-seven Frank Howard, who started Wednesday's i trying to rationalize, decisive four-run uprising with an J before and eye-popping 460-foot double off the' too." center field wall at Yankee Stadium. Hard HK Ball "That was one of the hardest balls ever hit over me head," Mantle declared. "It wasn't exactly a high 1y, either. That ball was really traveling." Koufax, of course, was the Dodger player most of the Yankees talked about and he had everyone's respect from Ralph Houk right on down to the batboy. "You gotta give him credit," Houk said. "He's an extraordinary pitcher and he would have to be to strike out 15 of our hitters like he did." Then, as an afterthought, the Yankee manager added, "chances are we'll see him again." Houk didn't say it apprehensively; neither did he say it happily- It's only one game," he said, We've lost few, we ve won a One of the few Yankee players who wasn't completely overawed by Koufax* record-breaking performance was sophomore Tom Tresh, who spoiled Sandy's shutout with a two-run homer in the eighth inning. "I don't think he's going to strike out 15 the next time he pitches against us," Tresh said. "You gotta see any pitcher at least once before you really know anything about him." Not that Tresh was crowing about his homer or trying in any way to take some of the luster off Koufax' performance. "Don't get me wrong," he said "He's a terrific pitcher and he may even beat us again but I simply think we'll do better the next time out against him." Fight Results By The Associated Press TOKYO - Love Allotey, 130%, Ghana, stopped Yukio Katsumata, 132, Japan, 4. Considered Amputation Of Finger NEW YORK (AP) - Two Dodg. er team physicians said today they came within a day or two of having to think seriously about Amputating the forefinger of San* dy Koufax* pitching hand last year. But they said a new drug, or a combination of remedies, saved the finger and Sandy's career and no doubt made the Dodgers part of the show instead of part of the audience at the 1963 World Series. Koufax, who beat the Yankees in the series opener Wednesday, was disabled in the middle of the 1962 season by a circulatory disorder in his left forefinger. The flow of blood was reduced to a fraction of normal by constriction of an artery leading to the finger from the palm. At first the finger was so sensitive Koufax couldn't touch anything with it. Then it went dead. The Dodger physicians, Drs. Robert Kerlan and Robert Woods, called in Dr. Travis Winsor of Los Angeles, a specialist in circulatory disorders. Dr. Kerlan said an arteriogram "showed a rare condition — A clot in the deep ulnar arch, in the arteries in the palm of the hand." "But," Dr. Kerlan said, "the clot dissolved after several injections of a new drug. "If it hadn't dissolved, he might have lost the finger. There just wasn't enough circulation to supply it, and a finger can't live without blood." Dr. Woods said it would have been necessary "to begin thinking seriously about an amputation if the blood supply hadn't started to increase within 24 to 48 hours of the injections." Qalesburg Register-Mall GALESBURG, ILL., THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1963 PAGE IB High School Put On Probation For Rioting CHICAGO (AP) — Hyde Park and Englewood high schools were placed on athletic probation Wednesday by the Chicago Board of Education as the result of a near riot at their football game in Stagg Field last week. The action followed revocation by the University of Chicago of an agreement for the use of Stagg Field for all future high school games. Other action by the board calls for barring all members of the two schools' student body, except participating players, from attending the next football game of each school. Under the probation ruling, any repetition of the Stagg Field inci dent at the games of either school will bring possible ineligibility for any Public lieague athletic activity. Dodgers Have Superman in Their Corner NEW YORK (UPI) — It was like taking candy from a baby as it has been so often in the World Series, only this time it was the New York Yankees who were reduced to utter helplessness. Because this time it was the National League champion Los Angeles Dodgers | Ties Skeet Record DALLAS (UPI) - Mrs. Evelyn Jones tied the women's 410 gauge world skeet record Wednesday by hitting 97 out of 100 clay birds at the Pan-American skeet tournament. READ THE WANT ADS! Fraley Mixes Football With Series By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sports Writer (Reg. U .S. Pat. Off.) NEW YORK (UPI) - Fraley's follies and the weekend football "winners" — along with some reflections from the World Series. Game Of The Week Navy over Michigan — This one should give a real line on HUNTING EQUIPMENT WEAVER B-4 Telescope Sight (reg. 9.75) $6.60 With tip-off mount. Fits all rifle* with grooved receiver. GAME CALLS HALF PRICE! Lohm»n, MtUaidiont., i>»cy, C»Jun, Oct. MAGNUM SHOTSHELLS 25% OFF! JO—It— 10-G»ug« 410 SHOTGUNS - New! ..$18.87 fjj^j Price* good thru Oct. lOih He bard Guns Illinois r tC> s 7 rT ^ sv ° oen 1430 P m - d *"Y' Mon. nllei 7 to 9 p.m. (ClOMd Sun.) Knoxville Open 1-4:30 p.m. daily. Mon how Navy stacks up among the big fellows and from this corner it looks as if Roger Staubach will make the winning difference. The East Penn State over Rice — The Series opener marked Maury Wills' 3lst birthday. Pitt over California — Personally he wasn't too happy. Syracuse over Holy Cross — None for five. Princeton over Columbia — But wait'll he reaches first. Also: Vale over Brown, Dartmouth over Penn, Cornell over Lehigh, Delaware over Gettysburg, Buffalo over Villanova, Colgate over Boston U., Rutgers over Harvard, Bucknell over Massachusetts and Temple over Connecticut. Midwest Army over Minnesota — The blueplate special. Northwestern over Illinois — Hot dogs sold like hot cakes. Notre Dame over Purdue — Koufax worried 'em all the way. Ohio State over Indiana—Wieners teste better than fingernails. Also: Boston College over Detroit, Kansas State over Colorado, Nebraska over Iowa State, Missouri over Idaho, Cincinnati over Xavier, Ohio U. over Kent State and Bowling Green over Dayton. The West Washington over Idaho — Clete Boyer ain't no weak hitter. Oregon State over Baylor — He had a rare distinction. USC over Michigan State —Got a hit off Koufax, Stanford over UCLA — And was the only Yankee who didn't strike out. Also: Washington State over Arizona, Brigham Young over Montana State, Utah State over San Jose State and Arizona State over Colorado State. The South Tennessee over Mississippi State — Richardson fanned three times. Oregon over West Virginia — Kubek, Tresh and Mantle all fanned twice. Georgia over South Carolina — Maris, Howard and Pepitone each once. Georgia Tech over LSU — And three pinch hitters all took a whiff. Also: Alabama over Vanderbilt, Auburn over Kentucky, Furman over W&M. Florida over Richmond, Miami over Tulane, Duke over Maryland, North Carolina over Wake Forest, Clemson over North Carolina State, VPI over Virginia and VM1 over Davidson The Southwest Texas over Oklahoma State — The Dodgers shook up the odds- makers. SMU over Air Force — They dropped the Series to pick 'em. Arkansas over TCU w Downing is 7-5 over Podres. Mississippi over Houston — ] still like the Dodgers in six. Also: Texas Aggies over Texas Tech, Memphis State over Tulsa, West Texas State over North Tex- j as State and Utah over New Mexico. who had the "superman" in their corner. Back through the golden years of the Yankees' World Series his tory they've had the Babe Ruth, the Lou Gehrig, the Joe DiMaggio, the Allie Reynolds and the Mickey Mantle who've proved just too much for the opposition to handle. But Wednesday it was the Dodgers who had the man who was just too much. He's Sandy Koufax, of course, and he manhandled the lordly Yankees in a way that left American Leaguers gaping. Other great pitchers have beaten the Yankees but nowhere in World Series memory is there an instance of a pitcher who so completely overpowered them. Koufax Took Command A 25-game winner with 306 strikeouts in 311 innings and a backdrop of two no hitters and two games in which he struck out 18 batters during his career, Koufax took command of the Yank ees like a big league pitcher would take command of a high school team. He struck out the first five bat ters to face him and nine of the first 12. After four innings the Yankees had hit only one fair ball. He blazed his fast ball past them. He confused them with his deep-breaking fast curve. And he made them look ridiculous with his change-up — thrown with the same motion as the high, hard one. This was supposed to be a match-up of star pitchers — Koufax vs. Whitey Ford, who started the game with a 10-5 World Series record. Frank Howard's 457-foot double, singles by Bill Skowron and Dick Tracewski and Johnny Roseboro's three-run homer gave the Dodgers four runs in the second inning and that was it. It was obvious the Yankees could not overcome such a handicap against Koufax and the brilliant left­ hander just kept mowing 'em down. Two Tough Innings Koufax had two tough innings —because he lost the pinpoint control of his curve ball — in the fifth and sixth. The Yankees put together three singles with two out in the fifth but Sandy fanned pinch hitter Hector Lopez to end that threat and they got two straight walks in the sixth with one out only to have Sandy retire Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris on infield pops. Tom Tresh hit a two-run homer in the eighth but by then Koufax was throwing fast balls for strikes and he quickly closed out the game. After the seventh, the crowd of 69,000 was cheering for Sandy to break Carl Erskine's mark of 14 strikeouts in one game, set against the Yankees in 1953. Koufax finally accomplished the feat for a new mark of 15 when he buzzed a fast ball past pinch hitter Harry Bright for the final out of the game, Bright stood there gaping — typical of a Yankee team that had run up against a man who was just too much. Bat Mark Of Maris' Dips Lower By BEN OLAN NEW YORK (AP) - Figuring the series: Roger Maris of the Yankees went hitless in four times at bat in the opener and his World Series average dipped to .184. The veteran outfielder has only 14 hits in 76 tries covering 20 Series games. Maris batted .267 in the 1960 Series, .105 in 1961, the year he hit 61 homers, and .174 in 1962. With a running time of two hours and nine minutes, Wednesday's was the fastest-moving opening game since 1948 when Johnny Sain of the Boston Braves bested Cleveland's Bobby Feller 1-0 in only 1 hour and 42 minutes. Here's a close look at the regular season records of today's probable pitchers: The Dodgers' Johnny Podres won 14 games, lost 12 with 64 walks, 133 strikeouts, 10 complete games, five shutouts and a 3.55 earned run average. The Yanks* Al Downing had a 13-5 record, 80 walks, 171 strikeouts, 10 complete games, four shutouts and a 2.56 ERA. When Carl Erskine of the Dodgers shattered the Series mark by striking out 14 Yankees on Oct. 2, 1953, he gave up two runs, six hits and three bases on balls—just as Sandy Koufax did Wednesday. Thirty years ago today, Carl Hubbell of the New York Giants pitched a five-hitter and struck out 10 to defeat the Washington Senators 4-2 in (he opening Series games. Mel Ott had four hits, including a home run, for the winners. Tonight at 5:30 hear a summary of today's World Series Game Tomorrow Night ot 8:30 hoar th« CORPUS CHRISTI KNOXVILLE Football Game. «ftWG&L -kit RAD THE SOUND CITIZCN 1400 ON YOUI DIM

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