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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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PAGE TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, Giant Rookie Pitches One-Hitter in Debut Marichal Allows Hit In Eighth •y JACK HAND Atmclated Prem Sports Writer Juan Marichal, 21, a rookie frflm the Dominican Republic, hal become the first National! League pitcher in modern days to pitch a one-hitter in his first big league start. The 5-10 right-hander who was the strikeout king of the Pacific Coast League until he was recalled from Tacoma with an 11-5 record, had a perfect game for 6 1-3 innings Tuesday night for San Frandsco. An error by Eddie Bressoud let the Phils' Tony Taylor reach base. Marichal lost his no-hit bid when pinch hitter Clay Carlymple singled with two out in the eighth. The newcomer struck out 12, only three short of the record that the Dodgers' Karl Spooner set in his first start in 1954. No other National League pitch ROOKIE SENSATION SAN FRANCISCO — Righthander from the Dominican Republic, was _ _ _______ _ _____ _ _ Oiaiit« r cafcher Hoble Eandrith fit dug- League af Tacoma, Wash., until ! Continental League! said he sees; out at Candlestick Park Tuesday night, brought up by the Giants last week, the National League action as "an — '" ~ J " '" "" "' ........ after Marichal hurled his way into the He struck out 12 in his victorious de Major Leagues with a one hit, 2 to 0 but. (AP Wirephoto) victory over Philadelphia. Marichal, 21, Palmer Fires Torrid 66 As PGA Tourney Nears AKRON, Ohio (API - The biggest field in Professional Golfers Marichal's performance could iAssn hjst had a free ride be a tonic to the floundering Gi- t0day ' fi " al Shaky Defense Plagues Cards In 9-5 Loss er in modern days, since 1900, has! j ua n" MarichaT (left), gets aliug from strikeout king of the Pacific Coast jident of the New York club of the ' - v - - - 9 ---- p - - -° — — • ••• -------------- • • ----- — 1J «- ----thrown a one-hitter in his first start. Charles Jones of Cincinnati pitched a no-hitter in his major league debut in 1884. Two American Leaguers have broken in with one-hitters, Addie Joss of Cleveland and Mike Fornieles of Washington. Milwaukee sliced Pittsburgh's league lead to 1H games by winning its sixth straight on a 9-5 decision over St. Louis, while Pittsburgh was losing to Los Angeles 5-4. Cincinnati whipped Chicago 4-1 behind Jim O'.Toote in the other game. How, When and Where Confront Major Loops NEW YORK (APi—How, when chlse, particularly as blueprint*! and where are the big problems for a new stadium call for com-; facing the major baseball leagues I pletlon of the nark in 1962. The today, now that expansion is a ; club probably would be able to! virtual certainty. iplay either In Yankee Stadium or The National League wants the Polo Grounds in the mean- each circuit to take in two new,time. clubs. The American favors only! Los Angeles also Is a prospect one additional club. Branch Rick-!f or an American League entry ey wants eight new clubs in the a ft er the Dodgers have their own form of a third league, the Con-,p ar k in Chavez Ravine. Walter tinental. ! 0'Malley of the Dodgers Is known Rickey, president of the embryo to f avor the idea. The Chavez jContinental, said he was surprised Ravine park isn't expected to be that any member of the National ,. eH( ty before 1962, however. ! League favors internal expansion, &,' availability of parks could ! meaning enlargement instead of } K „ f ac tor as to wheni expansion acceptance of a new league. goes j n t 0 effect. He pointed out the only deter- j ent to the Continental League is, what he termed the unreasonable' indemnity demands of the American Assn. and the International League. Rickey has agreed to meet with committees of the two major j leagues to discuss the whole ex- ! pension issue. Donald Grant, pros the llth from 10, the 12th from 7, and the 15th from 15 feet. . . . . . .... . *.*. i afnu*mur\iic* \nr i — UK 01. Asked why he didn't save the 66 |Louls cardinals blasted two Mil- pitchers for 13 hits, in- ...,,.,,,„,_._, ,,_ _, „ MILWAl EE (API - The St. opening wedge in the ultimate Npw 'solution, at least 24 big league chicago I teams." Cleveland It is apparent the Continental Ba ) Umore League sponsors aren't going to Detr0 j t give up without a fight and are; WashinKton optimistic despite the fact the Na- Boston tional League voted for only a Kansas Ci , two-team expansion and isn't ^,_ thinking in terms of a new league. Hank Greenberg of the Chicago White Sox, a member of the American League's three-man Expansion Committee, touched on By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. 48 33 .593 — 48 37 .585 2 45 37 .549 3',» 48 41 .539 4 40 41 .494 8 40 41 .494 8 33 50 .398 16 30 52 '.366 18Vs Tuesday Results New York 13, Cleveland 11 Chicago 6, Boston 0 Washington 5, Detroit 0 Baltimore 9, Kansas City 3 (10 DISLIKED DECISION KANSAS CITY — B o y d Michael game Tuesday night. At right Is Kafl- Owens, 27, center, an irate fan attacks sas City player Ken Hamlin watching Bob Stewart, homeplate umpire, right, the tussle as Clint Courtney, Baltimore as Hank Soar, first base umpire, steps catcher, crouches behind umpires. At between them and takes blow on open left can be seen an unidentified usher hand. The melee occurred during tenth who was knocked to ground by the inning of the Baltimore-Kansas City angry fan. (AP Wirepholo) Go Quietly 9 Angered Fan Lowers Boom ~ On Umpire at Kansas City one t\JH VrVllllllI HW. ( IVUV^IIVVI Wll . . . problem which might deter- '""'"^edneaday Game. at Cleveland (N) mine the extent of expansion — i tnere swered. "I can do it again." but sti . tat M second division. Mixing a change-,round before the chips go down fident Palmer grinned and an-;eluding three^home runs, Tuesday| aren . t enough big league pros . up with curves and fast balls-, he'in the 42nd championship, mowed down the first 19 Phils, i The f ree stroll gives the group After Johnny Callison fifed out, | 0 f champions, ex-champions and ts to stock four new teams, Marichal wild pitched and then is-i no p e f u ] s one last chance to find sued his only walk to Pancho Her-; tn e answers to a flock of ques- rera before Willie Mays pulled Itions the revamped 7,165-yard down Joe Morgan's long fly, end-^,..79 Firestone Country Club ing the inning. i course will ask in the $60,000 four- If he does he could run away} Curt F1 °od, Stan Musial and i let alorie a new league. with the tournament, for no one else has been burning up the course. Dow Finsterwald had a 64 for 17 holes but quit when a heavy rainstorm swept over the rolling tree-infested course. Bob Goalby had a 69 for the day's Dalrymple, batting for catcher |<j a y 72-hole marathon starting Cal Neeman with two out in the (Thursday and ending Sunday. on i y other subpar performance, eighth, hit Marichal's first pitch | Amo , d Palmpr of Li g 0ni e r> Pa., sharply to center field. The rookie j wh() wou , d , ike to add this ohe wasn't bothered. He got the next |tQ Ws Nationa i Open, and Masters man to end the eighth and retired I utles and ^ ^ m top prize to the side in order in the ninth. ihig yeaj ., g earnings of 566^3, may i Norm Larker's two-run homej have found ^ answers Tuesday.! Julian Javier each hit solo homers for the Cards. The Braves capitalized on a j expansion are New York, Houston, The cities which are considered ripe prospects in case of limited Baltimore at Kansas City (N) Thursday Games Washington at Detroit Only game scheduled shaky St. Louis defense in sweeping to their sixth straight victory. Toronto, and Minneapolis-St. Paul. Of these, New York seems rea-j National League four umpires, two Civil Defense .patrolmen, an auxiliary policeman, a few more ushers and three policrmrn to subdue him. "All right, boys," said Owens as 'hp finally surrendered. "I've had 'my fun now. I'm willing to pay for it. I'll go quietly." KANSAS CKTY (AP) — Home| Daley's pitch and motioned him He \\as jailed on charges of re- plato Umpire Boh Stewart felt «i( o first, fining the bases. si.stin« arrest, creating a public- tap on his shoulder and turned; ^ ^ tcst(?d tha , fhc balj disturbance, starting a riot and around. ; entering the playing field illegally. Next thing he knew, he was nit Uropo s bat. But htewart Umpire Ed Hurley wound up lying on the ground. An irate fan *' as "' to °* swayed and tne wj{h thrpc jkc wounds jn hjs had come out on the field and Or '° le8 «*«' °" '° s ™ re S1X ""» right forearm which required ; belted him. Other fans in Munici-> ana win uie game 8 " li< medical treatment, i pal Stadium howled their approv-j As the teams changed sides for i a ] ithe last of the 10th inning, Boyd ' The incident happened during j Michael °*«" lnvaded lhp field _ . Little St. Louis tied the count at 5-5isonably certain to land a fran- in the seventh but the Braves! over the Pirates who led 4-0 going to the last of the sixth. Larker also had two singles, boosting his league-leading batting average to Milwaukee blew a three-run lead but took advantage of the shaky GOLFING NOTES A VP Ave - Pittsburgh Milwaukee Los Angeles ! St. Louis W. L. Pet. G.B. ! the 10th inning of Tuesday night's and floored Stewart. Owens, a Cardinal defense to edge closer to But Palmer, after a couple of *ho the City Open over this same acreage but far from the same course,! fired a ton-id 35-31-66 Tuesday.! Since his 1957 win the course has! added 40 sand traps, two new) A low putt golf tournament was held at Lockhaven Tuesday. In the first flight (18 holes) Mrs. Patricia Rain and shared first bounced back in their half of that I inning for a pair of runs. They! were provided by an Eddie Math-j In Senior Church Softball igan Francisco ews single, WesCovington's double League action Tuesday night, I Cincinnati an intentional walk, an infield hlt !Sa nford Ave. edged Elm Street, ! Philadelphia by Johnny Logan and a sacrifice H.Q. Chicago fly. i 1 Hank Aaron, who had struck out three previous times against St.; Louis starter Bob Gibson, hit a; line drive homer with one man on j in the eighth off reliever Ronnie age and lost a stroke in par. se o ee cse , Hank Anrnn's 2'itn Prob ng practice rounds, went out Mrs - J - J Hank Aaron s «tn,i * H . .. .. ™ P Iace with 30 P utts eacn - In homer in the eighth was clincher for relief man Ron Piche. ! Flood Stan Musial and Ju- second hole for a bogey and thei son took '»" wltn \ second flight Mrs. Richard Hud- P" tts - Kline. Ron Piche relieved Milwaukee starter Bob Buhl in the seventh and was awarded the victory, hisi second against four losses. Gibson i suffered his third defeat in four decisions. Tonight, there is a return en- for the Cards fourth for a double bogey and! Other winners for nine holes gagement with Ernie Broglio (10- h f ,t tto^ome'was three over par at the end of , were: 4) pitching for the Cardinals and SPORTS ON THE AIR Wednesday, July 30 6:30—(3) Ten Twenty Billiards. 7:55—(11) Cardinal Baseball: St. Louis Cards meet tile Milwaukee Braves. (Also on KMOX Kadlo) 9:00— (3) Boxing: Sonny Ray vs Billy Ryan. 10 rounds light • heavyweight bout. —Compiled by TV Digett. 51 34 .600 48 34 .585 I 1 / 44 39 .530 6 45 40 .529 6 42 40 .512 ?! 39 44 .470 11 34 51 .400 17 30 51 .370 19 Tuesday Results Los Angeles 5. Pittsburgh 4 Milwaukee 9, St. Louis 5 Cincinnati 4, Chicago 1 ' San Francisco 2, Philadelphia 0 Wednesday Games baseball game between the more Orioles and the Kansas City i Athletics. The score was tied 3-all. There : was one out and two Orioies were on base. Stewart ruled that batter ! Walt Dropo was hit by Bud usher who intervened. It took the Godfrey 16. Reds 2. Alton Elks Cop 16th Straight Game, 2-1 _____ ___^ ______ ST. LOUIS — Alton Elks won Pittsburgh "at Los" Angeles (N) ltneir 16th straight game of the St. Louis at Milwaukee (N) ! season here Tuesday by whip- Chicago at Cincinnati (2, twi-iP in B Art ' s T '8 ers ol the st ! n jght) ! Louts Khoury League, 2-1. Philadelphia at San Francisco j Alton scored the winning run Thursday Games Jin the fourth inning on three Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N) Philadelphia at San Francisco St. Louis at Milwaukee Carl Willey (4-3) for the Braves.' Chicago at Cincinnati singles by Denny Woof, Danny Gantz and Bob Jones. Tom? Jones and Bob Jones divided the pitching for Alton. runs in Cincinnati's victory over four, then he suddenly caught fire.! First flight — Mrs. Herman the Cubs, who have scored a total He birdied the fifth from IS^andmacher, 14 putts, of only three runs in five games feet, the seventh from 3, the Second flight — Mrs. Joe Wal- since the All-Star break. i eighth from 20, the 10th from 20, ters and Mrs. Paul Vine, 17 i putts. i Third flight — Mrs. Barney i Lewis, 18 putts. j Yanks Overpower Cleveland, 13-11 Associated Press Sports Writer The American League pennant race is a study in contrasts. While the New York Yankees bludgeon the opposition with home runs, flexing their muscles to make up for faulty pitching, the Chicago White Sox play it cute with speed and tight pitching. The Yanks maintained their two- game lead over the second-place White Sox by scoring five in the ninth to top Cleveland 13-11 Tuesday night. Chicago cashed in on Billy Pierce'* four-hit pitching and a three-run inside home run by speedy Luis Aparicio for a 6-0 triumph over Boston. Pedro Ramos pitched no-hit ball lor seven innings and wound up with a one-hit shutout as Washington downed Detroit 5-0. The only hit was a lead-off single by Rocky Colavito in the eighth inning. Baltimore came up with Six runs in the 10th inning to top Kan&a( City 9-3, with Bud Daley's wild pitch permitting the tie- breaking run to score. Gill Skowron was the big gun for the powerful Yanks with two home runs and a three-run double during tne five-run rally in the math. Roger Marts hit his 30th homer, and Yogi Berrs connected for No. 10 in the wild game marked by • total o! 39 hits, 16 tor each side, fix pitcher* worked for the Yankj* Ryne Duren finally getting the decision Ted Bowgfield, fourth of five to toil ior the Indians. w<t6 the loser. Jimmy Piernall hit bin 10th nunwr tot (to Tribe. Trailing 114 going to the ninth, U.e Yanif loaded ttae base* on a walk to Hector Lopez, a single by Midwy Mantle, and an error by Bowtfield. Berra'l single beared one aid ftowrun's double drove ia three more- Tony Kubek singled in dm flMl, rm The dropped Cleveland 3Vi games off the pace. Aparicio's dash around the! bases on a ball that got past' center fielder Willie Tasby was i the big story of Chicago's offense, i Pierce, winning his eighth, beat j Boston for the third time. Frank Sullivan was his victim. j Ramos Happy With Just Win DETROIT (AP) - Pedro Ramos lost a no-hitter by one bounce! of a ground ball and figures it is Just as well. t "I dont' know what it is," said, the Washington Senators' pitcher 1 in the best English he could muster, "but something seems to happen to pitchers who pitch no-hitters. They just seem to go poof!" A ground ball by Detroit outfielder Rooky Colavito leading off in the eighth inning prevented Ramos from gaining baseball immortality Tuesday night in Briggs Stadium. It was the first pitch of the inning — one Ramos described as "a 100 per cent fast |ball — but just a little bit higher' than I wanted it." , Colavito knocked it between thei i mound and shortstop Jose Valdi- : vielso, who made a great try for 1 'the ball. "He could have had it. but it took a long leap instead of another short hop," said Detroit's 'manager. J mimic Dykes, "if ever ia guy deserved a no-hitter, this puy did. I told Luke Appling 'Tiger coach) as early as the third i inning that we were in for an un { pleasant evening." The Senators \\un the game 5-0, us Hamob struck out nine batters and yielded no hits other than Coiavlto's single. STOP!! 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