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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 Cincinnati Moving Up in Tight Race Jim O'Toole Chalks Up llth Victory By ,1IM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer Jim O'Toole, Cincinnati's prize southpaw, fired a three'-hit 3-0 win over Pittsburgh Wednesda> night for his llth triumph. It was the 26-year-old left-hand cr's second shutout in a row anc fifth of the season—and it gave Cincinnati a vital boost in the National League race. The Reds are in fifth place, but only 1\<i games off the pace. The Los Angeles Dodgers regained a slender lead with a 9-1 rout of Houston that put them .002 points ahead of San Francisco and St. Louis. The Giants beat fourth-place Chicago 3-1 on Willie McCovey's two homers and Bob Bolin's strong pitching, while Philadelphia knocked the Cardinals out of first, 6-2. Lew Burdette, Milwaukee's ex pendable right-hander, threw a three-h i 11 e r and Hank Aaron slugged in five runs in the Braves' 9-0 romp against the New York Mets. O'Toole, showing a current rec ord of 11-3 and a earned run average of 2.07 did not allow a walk Frank Robinson keyed the Reds decisive two-run fourth inning by doubling in Vada Pinson, stealing third and scoring on a force play Maury Wills continued his spectacular batting for the Dodgers, rapping out three singles and a double against the Colts for 16 hits in his last 23 tries. Lefty Johnny Podres was tagged for 1C Colt hits but struck out nine and did not allow a walk. McCovey whacked his homers off Bob Buhl, with one on in the first inning and none on in the third. Bolin, ace reliever turned starter, limited the Cubs to four hits and struck out 14. The Phils had three-run inrwixs off Cardinals starter Ron Tavior p.nd veteran reliever Bobby Shantz. Buraette, 36-year-old Brave right-hander who is on the trading block, gave the punchless Mets only three singles for his sixth victory. Aaron warmed up with a two-run single in the third inning that opened the scoring, then belted his 18th homer with two aboard in the fourth. Galen Cisco, 3-6 was the loser. Errors Help Lakers Edge Royals, 6-4 WOOD RIVER — Scoring five runs in the top of the sixth with the aid of three errors, the Alton Lakers girls softball team edgec the Wood River Royals, 6-4, in i Twilight League game. Until the sixth, the Royals hac given the Lakers all they could handle, leading by a 3-1 count going into the fatal sixth. Jackie Hand was the Lakers' starting pitcher, but gave way to Bev Conaway in the fourth. They combined to strike out five and walk five. Dodie Cairns hurled for the Roy als, whiffing 12 Lakers and giving up eight walks. The Lakers broke the ice in th first inning when Lea Follis sin gled, was sacrificed to second b> Brenda Duke and scored on an error. In the third inning the Royals scored three times. Big blow of the inning was a run-producing triple by R u t h Whitien. Two of the runs scored on two errors and a pair of passed balls. The Lakers clustered their five runs in the sixth when Norma Ims walked, Follis and Duke sin gled to load the bases and Scottie freeman doubled home two runs. Three more runs scored on three Royal errors and a passec ball. The Royals scored their last run in the bottom of the sixth when Ebb Pack's double produced a tally. The Lakers now show a 6-2 league mark while the Royals are 1-5. Tonight the Lakers host Belleville at Watertower at 8:30 in another league encounter while the Royals are at Venice in t loop affair at 8:30. Wednesday night, the Alton Leion team had little difficulty downing the Alton entry in the 3- M league, winning the game, 15- Mike Grimsley started on the hill for the Legion nine, pitched four innings and yielded a meager two hits. Additionally, he banged out three hits in four trips to the plate. Lenny Jacobs hurled the last our innings for the post team, giving up no hits and striking out our. The Legion squad added seven tolen bases to their 12-hit, 15-run vening. The Alton Legion plays at East St. Louis Friday at 6 p.m. Alton Legion (15) Alton 3-M (0) 2 2 1 1 1 1 Lakers (6) Player AB R H Folds Duke Freeman Grimsley Travis Conaway Lusby Hand Ims Zumwalt Miller Royals (4) Player AB R H 3 1 1 402 0 0 0 1 Onofrey Bolen 3 2 300 000 000 000 000 1 0 1 Pack Slevers FriUsche Cairns Tucker Stanlch Pierce Downer Whit ten Hagen Bettendorf Anderson 0 3 0 4 0 i i i 301 3 1 2 3 1 1 100 200 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Totall 28 6 8 Totals 29 4 9 Inning! 1234867 RHE LAKERS 10000BO—6 8 3 ROYALS 0 0 0 8 0 10- 4 9 4 FIGHT RESULTS By TUK ASSOCIATED PKKSS PHILADELPHIA - Len Matthews, 137, Philadelphia, stopped Waymtui Dawson, 143, Toledo, OWftS. WWN1NGEST PITCHER CINCINNATI — Lefty Jim O'Toole, "book" kept on hitters of other clubs in left, winningest pitcher in the National the league. Last night O'Toole blanked League with an 11-3 record, and Jim Pittsburgh on three hits as Reds beat Maloney, with a 9-2 record, discuss the the Pirates, 3-0.—(AP Wirephoto) Alton Legion Trounces 3-M Team, 15-0 In an eight-inning, non-league New Softball Team Known As Royals WOOD RIVER — A new softball team has been formed in this contest at the Alton High Field i area . The newly formed club is Player Baiter Wooff 3avis Terry dace vlinsker Vandergriff rimsley Jacobs Totals nnlngs: Legion 3-M ABRH AB R H Player 421 Carlton 321 Evans 4 2 1 Phil) 0 Wllllt File Decker Halford 1 1 Schroeder 300 1 3 Raymer 200 1 2 5 1 432 3 2 1 3 0 1 300 200 3 0 1 200 300 300 36 15 12 Totals 24 0 2 12345678 RHE 4701002 1—15 12 0 00000000—0 2 6 MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dubuque 12-5, Waterloo 4-3 Quad Cities 5-10, Cedar Rapids 3-0 Quincy 5-11, Wisconsin Rapids 0-4 Clinton 11, Burlington 0 Decatur 2, Fox Cities 1 known as the Wood River Royals, a girls team. The Royals, member of the Twilight League, are managed by Tony Zolner. Assistant manager is Fred Williams. The Royals are sponsored by various merchants in the Wood River-Roxana area. Fourteen playing members comprise the team roster. Team members are Ebb Pack, third baseman; Leona Sievers, shortstop; Sue Fritzche, catcher; Dorothy Cairns, pitcher-outfielder; Shirley Tucker, pitcher-infielder-outfielder; Saya Stamen, catcher-outfielder; Marge Pierce, outfielder; Vir- ;inia Downer, first baseman; Ruth Whitten, second baseman; Pat Hagen, outfielder; Joyce Bettendorf, first baseman; Shirley Anderson, second baseman; Ann Zolner, outfielder-infielder, and Dot McMullen, pitcher-outfielder. The Royals recently lost one of their players when Roberta Seehausen, first baseman, broke her foot sliding into Brighton Merchants Take Two Games BRIGHTON — The Brighton Merchants softball team won a doubleheader from Crystal Inn Tuesday night, 3-2 and 10-4. Rhoades was the winning pitcher in the first game with Schildort the loser. Weidner won the second contest and Godar was the loser. Friday Brighton hosts Hillsboro in a twin bill starting at 7 p.m. home plate. Going into tonight's game at Venice, the Royals own a 1-5 league record. Wednesday night they were stubborn 6-4 losers to last year's league champions, the Alton Lakers. The Royals use Jaycee Field and the Wood River High School as their home diamonds. Park Board Will Sponsor Ball Clinic The Alton Park and Recreation Department has announced that it will conduct a baseball clinic for all boys between the ages of 8 and 17 this summer. The program will run for three weeks beginning Monday, June 24 and ending Friday, June 12. Two sessions will be held daily. Boys, eight to 12, will meet at the Henry Street diamonds; boys, 13 through 17 will meet at the Riverside diamonds. The clinic will consist of supervised instruction in baseball fundamentals. Among the phases of baseball to be treated are infield play, outfield play, pitching, catching, hitting and base- running. Boys registered in the junior baseball league program may participate free of charge. A $3 fee will be assessed for those boys who are not members of a junior league team. Session times have not yet been set and will be announced by the Park and Recreation Department at a later date. WINNING COMBINATION NEW YORK— James E. (Sunny Jim) Fit/simmons sits on stool in New York's Belmont Park stable area Tuesday and discusses his charges with jockey Hedley Woodhouse. Sunny Jirn, who officially ends his long and brilliant career as a trainer Saturday, and Woodhouse have been a winning combination on the nation's top tracks through the years. With the running of the Bowling Green Handicap at Aqueduct Fitzsimmons will be honored as racing's first trainer emeritus.--^ Wirephoto) Milwaukee Wants To Unload Burdette MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Mil waukee Braves are hurting at the gate and they'd like to unload veteran Lew Burdette and Ills hefty salary. However, the fidgety right-hander is putting the brass in somewhat of a bind. Burdette laughed at trade talk in a pitcher's best manner Wednesday night as he allowed only three harmless singles in a 9-0 victory over the New York Mets. "To heck with the trading business," the 36-year-old Burdette said. "I just want to pitch regu larly." The Braves asked waivers on Burdette only last month. The waivers were recalled when the St. Louis Cardinals expressed a willingness to accept fidgety Lew's reported salary of $50,000. Burdette, whose 179 major league victories include six in 11 decisions this year, admitted that he couldn't "help but think a little about all the trade talk." "You hear rumors every year, but this is the first time I think By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (125 at bats)—Malzone, Boston, .347; Kaline, Detroit, .344. Runs—Kaline, Detroit, 42; Allison, Minnesota, 41. Runs batted in—Kaline, Detroit, 47; Wagner, Los Angeles, 44. Hits—Pearson, Los Angeles, 78; Kaline, Detroit, 72. Doubles—Versalles, Minnesota, 17; Power, Minnesota, 14. Triples — Hinton, Washington, 9; Clinton, Boston and Cimoli, Kansas City, 5. Home runs—Allison, Minnesota and Wagner, Los Angeles, 15. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 18; Wood, Detroit, 10. Pitching (Five decisions) — Stock, Baltimore, 5-0, 1.000; Radatz, Boston, 6-1, .857. Strikeouts—Pascual, Minnesota, 86; Babe, Baltimore and Bunning, Detroit, 81. National League Batting (125 • at > bats) — Groat, St. Louis, .346; Covington, Philadelphia, .344. Runs—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 51; Flood, St. Louis, 50. Runs batted in—A. Aaron, Milwaukee, 47; Robinson, Cincinnati, 45. Hits — Groat, St. Louis, 86; White, St. Louis, 79. Doubles—Cepeda, San Francisco and Javier, St. Louis, 16. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 7; Brock, Chicago and Skinner, Cincinnati, 6. Home runs—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 18; Banks, Chicago and McCovey, San Francisco, 13. Stolen bases—Robinson, Cincinnati, 17; Pinson, Cincinnati, 16. Pitching (Five decisions) — Me- Bean, Pittsburgh, 6-1, .857; Maloney, Cincinnati, 9-2, .818. Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los Angeles, 104; Koufax, Los Angeles, 92. Cards' Stay on Top Not Too Long, 6-2 ST. LOUIS (AP)—The stay of the St. Louis Cardinals in first place in the National League was brief. The Cardinals dropped into a tie for second, two percentage points behind the Los Angeles Dodgers, after losing to the Philadelphia Phillies, 6-2, Wednesday night. The defeat ended a one- day hold on the top spot for the Cardinals. However, Manager Johnny Keann was not too worried about his club's fall. "It will be a different story tomorrow (Thursday)," he said. Any success we've had had come from our ability to bounce back after a loss." Keane will send Ernie Broglio, 6-2, against the Phillies' Chris Short this afternoon. Two three-run burst by the Phillies— one against starter Ron Taylor, who lasted one-third of an inning, and the other against Bobby Shantz— collapsed the Cardinals. The Cardinals pulled within one run— 3-2 on singles by Stan Musial and Shantz, but left 11 men on base. 35-Lap Feature At Speedway The special event at the Godfrey Speedway tonight will be a 35-lap feature race with extra bonus money going to the first six racers. The time trials begin at 7:30, the races at 8:30. Races at the Godfrey oval are promoted by Shaheen and Webb of Springfield, one of the largest of the racing promotion establish ments. Food and refreshment stands and sanitary rest rooms have been provided. Philadelphia («> Pluyer AB R H T. Taylor 5 1 1 Callison Gonzales Covington Amaro Slevers Demeter 523 4 1 2 400 0 0 St. Louis (2) Player AB R H 00 41 31 Dalrymple 3 0 Wine 3 0 Mahaffney 3 0 0 Bozer 1 0 0 Flood White Groat B-Burke Muslal Boyer Altman Javier McCarver R. Taylor Shantz Buuta A-Carmel Hum'reys C-Saw'skl Ollvo 5 512 402 1 0 0 302 300 4 0 1 4 1 1 0 000 2 0 1 000 1 0 0 000 000 000 Totals 36 612 Totals 37 2 11 Inning: 123456789 RHE PHILDAELPHIA 300003000— 6 12 0 ST. LOUIS 100100000—2 U 0 I've ever been really involved in serious discussion," he said, can do only one thing—go out there and do my best. I have a lot of pitching left and I can't let trade rumors rattle me." Said Milwaukee Manager Bobby Bragan: "If he pitches like that, he has to be in the untouchable class." No-Hit Game, But Astronauts Lose to Lions In the 9-10-year-old league of junior baseball Wednesday, the Beavers stopped the Cubs, 9-3, the Hawks edged the Hurricanes, 2-1, the Yankees walloped the Tigers, 18-3, the Lions slipped past the Astronauts, 3-2, the Falcons shut out the Reds, 11-0, the Cardinals whipped the Flyers, 16-4, the Hornets took a 6-1 decision from the Foxes, Northside eked out a 5-4 victory over the Eagles, and the Athletics lambasted the Bandits, 22-2. Steve Williams fanned 12 for the Beavers and slammed two homers. Tom Thompson had a triple for the Cubs. Baldridge was the winner for the Hawks as Feldman drove home the winning tally. Sam Mattocks had a round- tripper for the Hurricanes. Penrod was the winner for the Yanks as Nordman belted two homers and a single. Cox homered for the Tigers. Steve Williams fanned 12 for pitcher for the Lions although Pat Morissey hurled a no-hitter for the Astronauts. Wallace and Jehle had triples. Winning hurler Moore struck out 14 and lashed two hits for the Falcons. Kim Barnett had a double and single for the Reds. Ward picked up five hits for the Cardinals and Judy rapped a triple for the Flyers. Gleghorn took the win and banged two hits for the Hornets. Fitzgerald picked up two hits for Northside and Wilhagen tripled for the Eagles. Rodenhauser struck out 13 for the Athle- tices as Newcombe racked up a pair of bases. In the 11-12 year old league, the Hawks and the Orioles played to an 8-8 tie and the Bluejays tripped the Eagles, 13-1. Huff had a homer for the Hawks. Slaughter struck out 12 for the Jays as Steiner banged a homer, triple and two singles. Losing hurler Scott Davidon fanned 17. In the 15-17 year old division, the Dodgers edged Hellrung, 7-6. Payne was the winner and McCormick crashed a triple for the Dodgers. Alt-Wood Wins, 7-3 MANCHESTER, Mo. — The Alt- Wood Merchants, behind the six- hit pitching of Bob Johnson, defeated Pacific, Mo. Wednesday night in a St. Louis County League softball gam.e 7-3. Alt-Wood collected 10 hits including a triple and single by Glen Wlntjen, single and triple by Doc West and double and single by Leto Metz. The victory boosted Alt-Wood nto a tie for the lead with Ballwin, Mo., each having 4-1 records. Friday night the Merchants play at Decatur against Aylco in a twin bill at 7:30 and return home for a doubleheader Saturday night at 7:30 against the Springfield Hawks at Roxana. BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING—Bob Turley, Angels, allowed only one hit and recorded the 100th victory of his major league career by blanking Chicago 5-0 in the second game of a twi-nighter and dropping the White Sox out of the American League lead. BAITING — Hank Aaron, Braves, drove in five runs with a two-run single and 18th holer in 9-0 walloping of New York Mets. Fight Results MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Tony Alongi, 209, Hollywood, Fla., knocked out Prentice Snipes, 197Mi, Miami, 4. BOWLERS BOWLERS BOWLERS FAMILY NITE LEAGUE Start* Friday, June 14 at 7 P.M. Parents and Children (9 to 18) Call Joe Jr. or Jack Kelly for Information, HO 2-5225 Open Play 3Sc Anytime ACME 32 LANES Air Conditioned JOE RETURNS Joe Lucco, former basketball coach at Edwardsville High who led the Tigers to a runnerup spot in the 19$5 state tournament, was officially appointed basketball coach again by the Edwardsville School Board Tuesday night. Lucco had been serving as athletic director and dean of boys at the high school. Additionally, Lucco will become administrative assistant to the superintendent while maintaining his job as athletic director. Bon Harris resigned several weeks ago. American League W. L. Pot. G.B. New York 30 22 .577 % Chicago 34 25 .576 — Baltimore 312 26 552 1% Minnesota 30 26 .536 2% Boston 27 25 .519 3% Kansas City ... 29 27 .518 3% Cleveland 26 26 .500 4% Los Angeles.. 29 33 .468 6% Detroit 24 31 .436 8 Wednesday's Results Chicago 3-0, Los Angeles 1-5 (twi-night) Kansas City 12-1, Minnesota 4-8 (twi-night) New York 3, Baltimore 2 (10 innings) Boston 5, Washington 3 Cleveland 12, Detroit 6 Today's Games Baltimore at New York (N) Cleveland at Detroit Washington at Boston Kansas City at Minnesota (N) Only games scheduled . Friday's Games 'Washington at Cleveland, 2, (twi-night) Detroit at New York Baltimore at Boston Los Angeles at Minnesota Kansas City at Chicago. Arizona Nine Jumps Over Missouri, 6-4 OMAHA (AP)—Arizona's Wildcats climbed all over Missouri's heralded Jack Stroud Wednesday night, rocking him for two homers and a 6-4 victory in the college world series. The NCAA's double-elimination event enters its fourth round tonight with unbeaten Arizona playing Texas after Missouri faces Southern California. Texas, Missouri and Southern California are 2-1 in the series. The longhorns ousted Penn State 6-4 in 10 innings Wednesday after blowing a 4-0 lead with two out in the ninth. Five straight walks in the 10th produced two runs for victorious Texas. Southern California eliminated Florida State 4-3 gunning three Seminole runners down at the plate. Bushy's Splits Doubleheader WOOD RIVER — Bushy's softball team split a doubleheader with Mickey and Millie's of Granite City Wednesday night, Bushy's winning the first game, 3-1', and the Granite nine taking the second encounter, 9-2. Voloski hurled five-liit ball for Bushy's in the opener as Boyd stroked a two-nun homer. Mickey's and Millie's used the long ball to win the nightcap. Suess had two homers, one a three-run blast. Johannigmeir also poked a two-nun homer. Downer was the losing pitcher. Bushy's, now 22-5 for the season, faces the St. Louis Hawks at West End diamond Saturday night at Wood River at 7:30. league STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pot. G.B. Los Angeles ... 33 25 .569 St. Louis 34 28 567 — San Francisco . 34 26 .567 — Chicago 32 28 .533 2 Cincinnati .... 30 27 .526 2Vi Pittsburgh .... 28 30 .483 5 Philadelphia ..28 30 .483 5 Milwaukee ... 27 31 .466 6 Houston 26 34 .433 8 New York . ... 23 38 .377 1114 Wednesday's Results Milwaukee 9, New York 0 Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 0 Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 2 Los Tngeles 9, Houston 1 San Francisco 3, Chicago 1 Today's Games Philadelphia at St. Louis Chicago at San Francisco New York at Milwaukee, ppd. Houston at Los Angeles (N) Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N) Friday's Games New York at Cincinnati Philadelphia at Milwaukee Pittsburgh at St. Louis Houston at San Francisco Chicago at Los Angeles Ex-Yankee Turley Haunts White Sox CHICAGO (AP)—Once a Yankee, always a Yankee—as far as the Chicago White Sox were con cerned today. Bob Turley, once a 21-game winner for the Yankees, hurled a one-hitter at Comiskey Park Wednesday night to tumble the White Sox from first place in a twin bill split with the Los An geles Angels. Turley's masterpiece—he had a budding no-hitter spoiled by Pete Ward's clean single to center in the sixth inning—came in a 5-0 Los Angeles nightcap triumph after Johnny Buzhardt's three-hitter gave the Sox a 3-1 opening victory. The split, coupled with New York's 3-2 overtime decision over Baltimore, nudged the Yankee one percentage point ahead of the White Sox, .577 to .576. Turley, singed by the Angels this spring after he was conditionally purchased from the Yankees in October, achieved the 100th victory of his major league career with the one-hitter. His only previous triumph this season against five defeats vas a three-hit, 2-0 shutout of Minne sota May 7. Turley recalled this was "my thin! or fourth one-hitter." "I know I had one before here (in Chicago) against the White Sox with Sherm Lollar spoiling a no-hitter," said the big right- hander "I also had one against Washington with Julio Bequer ruining a no-hitter with one ou in the ninth. "Then I think I had a one-hitter against Boston, but I'm not sure. But I do remember being two outs from a no-hitter against Cleveland and having Al Rosan single and Larry Doby homer to beat me on a two-hitter." Ward belted a "good, low slid er" for the only Sox hit last (Wednesday) night, Turley said, adding: "He didn't meet the ball clean, or it might have been lofted higher and been caught." Turley's pitching did not provide the only excitement lor 24,732 Comiskey Park fans. In the eighth inning of the nightcap, following a two-run home run by Angel Leon Wagner, loser Juan Pizarro plunked the next man up—Lee Thomas — with a pitched ball and a scrap nearly broke out. Thomas told reporters later "Pizarro threw at me twice. ] expected it the first time, but I a COMFORTABLE mth You never had it so cool! Hundreds of non-sag spring! cushion your ride—provide added air circulation—Keep dothej fresh and iinwrinkled! Equip your car with ventilated Summerseat Twins today—and protect yourself from summer heat—your m interior from soil and stains! COLORS: CHARCOAL-BLUE-GREEM 9"_ $ 11' 5 _ $ 12 95 WELLS TIRE COMPANY 838 E. Broadway, Alton—HO 2-8284 Alton Store and Service Dept. Open Friday 'Til 9 P.M. WELLS-SCHMIDT Tire Co. 101 E. Ferguson, Wood River—CL 4-3828 WELLS-NORRIS CO. Jerseyvllle, 111. — Phone 89 had dug in when he threw at me the second time. I got real mad and called him a name, hoping he'd rush in at me so I could belt him one." However, umpire John Stevens pushed back Pizarro and there was more growling than action. Thomas, however, was pelted with debris, including an empty whisky bottle, apples and paper cups filled with ice when he took right field in the bottom of the eighth. Angel Manager Bill Rigney vainly argued for the umpires to call the game. In the first game, Buzhardt collected his severth win against two losses in besting Don Lee, who is now 2-3. Ward drilled his seventh home run for the Sox. Pizarro, who is now 6-3, was relieved by Joe Horlen in the ninth inning of the second game. In San Francisco, Bobby Bolin hurled a four-hitter and Willie McCovey accounted for all three runs with a pair of home runs as the Giants bested the Chicago Cubs, 3-1. The victory left the Giants to a tie with the St. Louis Cardinals for second place, just 2 percentage points behind the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers defeated the Houston Colts, 9-1. The Cub loss dropped the Bruins into fourth place 2 games behind the league leaders and only % game ahead of the Cincinnati Reds. Bob Buhl pitched the first seven innings for the Cubs and was tagged with his fifth loss in 10 decisions. He was bothered only by the mammoth McCovey, who belted his 12th home run with a man on in the first, then drilled his 13th with the bases empty in the third. Don Elston finished up for the Cubs. Bolin went all the way to record his third victory against no losses. The hard-throwing right- hander struck out 14 Cubs, the most strikeouts by a Giant pitcher since the team moved to San Francisco in 1958. The Cubs meet the Giants this afternoon with Dick Ellsworth.8- 4, facing the Giants' Billy O'Dell, 8-2. The White Sox are idle today. Ready for you at JIM JUNES, INC. NEW Carrier READY-MOUNT AIR CONDITIONER whisks Into your window In • wink I • Do It yourself. 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