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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1963 «-'•'-— Cards, Dodgers Battle for Top Spot Lead Now Afiei* Loss To Houston LOS AKGELES (AP) - First place will be on the line tonight when the St. Louis Cardinals take tJieir ^-ganie lead into Chavez Ravine. Curl Simmons (7-3) has been tabbed to oppose Don Drysdale (9-9) of tlie Los Angeles Dodgers in the opening game of tlie West Coast series. The Cardinals lost a full game) to tlie Dodgers Monday night when the Houston Colts pushed a run across In the bottom of tlie llth inning to score a 4-3 victory. The Dodgei's defeated the Milwaukee Braves 2-1. The San Francisco Giants, who dropped a decision to tlie Cincinnati Reds, are 1*4 off the pace. The Colts scored the winning tally off Ron Taylor (4-3) on a single by rookie Rusty Staub. Ernie Fazio opened the rally with a hil and moved to second on a sacrifice. Fazio > raced lo third on a wild pitch and Staub laced a single to left, driving in the winning run. A single by Bill White knotted the score 3-3 in tlie top of the ninth. It was the second consecutive victory by the Colts over the Cardinals after Houston had droppet seven in a row to St. Louis. Ha) Woodesliick, who pitched the final three innings, won his eighth against three losses. PROBABLE M SWITCHING TEAMS PITCHERS Probable Pitchers By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS American League Chicago (Herbert 8-4) at New York (Downing 2-1), N. Boston (Heffner 1-0) at Cleveland (Latman 5-3), N. Los Angeles (Foytack 1-1) at Baltimore (Barber 12-5), N. Minnesota (Stigman 6-7) at Detroit (Faul 3-3), N. Kansas City (Pena 5-10) at Washington (Osteen 1-6), N. National League St. Louis (Simmons 7-3) at Los Angeles (Drysdale 9-9), N. • Milwaukee (Spahn 11-3) at San Francisco (Marichal 12-3), N. The Cincinnati Reds Monday acquired eatclH-r Sammy Taylor* left, and infielder Charley Neal, center, from the Ne\v York Mets for an undisclosed amount of cash and a player to be named later. In an American League deal, the Kansas City Athletics bought catcher Charley Lau, right from the Baltimore Orioles. Tlie A's said it was a straight cash deal, but the amount was not disclosed. (AP Wirephoto). Mets Sell Ned, Taylor Qn p Podres Stymies Braves Roy Emerson Upset; McKinley Still Alive WIMBLEDON. England (AP)— Wilhelm Burigert. German tennis star and chief upset maker at Wimbledon, kept discreetly silent today about a plan he has hatched to beat America's Chuck McKinley and win a place in the men's final of the Wimbledon tennis championships. They meet in the semifinals Wednesday. Bimgert, 24, who sensationally knocked out top - seeded Roy Emerson of Australia 8-6, 3-6, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 Monday, told newsmen he has his plans for the match. Bouton Or Bunning Likely AL Starters To Redlegs 124lbylu vqyyxssuee eoO j\v NEW YORK (AP) - A multi- player deal between Cincinnati's pennant-contending Reds and tlie going-nowhere New York Mets highlighted a flurry of manpower shifts in the major leagues Monday. Tlie Reds, currently fourth in the tight National League race, acquired infielder Charlie Neal and catcher Sammy Taylor from the ninth-place Mets for the waiver price of $20,000 each. New York also is to get a player to be named later at the waiver rate from Cincinnati—most likely good- hitting catcher Jesse Gonder. By MIKE RATHET Associate! Press Sports Writer Johnny Podres doesn't take many bows. It's dangerous. Bui there's no doubt the shrewd left-hander with the chronic back trouble was entitled to take just a little dip from the waist Monday night after his five-hit pitrti- ing carried Los Angeles to a 2 victory over Milwaukee and to within one-half game of the National League lead. Plagued by back trouble since the start of his professional career, Podres has been both brilliant and baffling for the Dodgers since he joined the club in 1953. For the last three weeks, he hud To make some room on theirl 3 !^' 1 been a problem, unable lo at Cincinnati (Tsitouris 3-2) Houston (Umbricht 2-2), N. New York (Jackson 6-7) at Chicago (Buhl 6-5). Pittsburgh (Gibbon 3-5) at Philadelphia (Duren 2-2), N. BOWLING BOWL HAVEN Three Man Scratch Ballard 202, 268, 237, 215 (922); Tittle 236, 213, 247, 205 (901); Steiger 241, 229, 222 (883); Greene 203, 268 (822); Dabbs 223, 224 (820); Daugherty 207, 217, 235 (819); Smith 265 (819); J. Compis 235, 224 (815); Beattie 204, 208, 246 (812); M. Compis 218, 227 (811). Monday Mixed Women — Koehne 180, Wesley 188, 175 (516); Murray 174, Calvert 165, Donahue 163, Spaitli 160, Carrigan 181 (502). Men — Kennedy 208 (520); Fields 209 (535); McDaniel 202 (510). I roster, the Reds sent reserve sec- jond baseman Don Blasingame to | Washington and the Senators, in •turn, shipped pitcher Jim Coates to San Diego of the Pacific Coast League. In other shifts, the Kansas City Athletics bought catcher Charley Lau from Baltimore and optionee outfielder Manny Jimenez to Portland of the PCL. The Orioles had brought up pitcher Herm Starrette and outfielder Fred Valentine from Rochester of tlie International League over the weekend. Walt Cormack has been coach of Virginia Military Institute's track team for 13 years. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Johnny Podres Dodgers, pitched five-hitter, striking out 12, for • 2-1 decision over Milwaukee that moved Los Angeles to within one-half game oi National League-leading St. Louis BATTING—Phil Lin/, Yankees, stroked double and three singles, leading 17-hit attack that subduec Boston 7-5. MANAGER BOOTED VEGAS, Nev.—Hotel security guard Lou tugs on Jack NlUm, manager of heavy- immoji Sonny Llston, Nilon was tossed Tot a W0r«9iii gession for Floyd Patterson at the Hotel in £»s Vegas Simony. Nilon got his " " The boxers meet for the title July 23 (AP WIrenhoto) V.'lfl. Then, against the Braves, the 31-year-old hurler completed another amazing flip-flop, turning ii one of his strongest performance of the season. He struck out 1 and walked only two while record ing his sixth complete game fo a 5-6 record. Tlie decisive run came home 01 Wally Moon's pinch-hit double ir the ninth inning off Braves start er Bob Sadowski, who wound ur with a four-hitter and is 0-2 since he came to Milwaukee in th< trade that sent Lew Burdette tc St. Louis. The Cardinals, meanwhile, los lo Houston 4-3 in 11 innings 01 Rusty Staub's key single. It wai the Colts sixth victory in theii last seven extra-inning games, al won by relief specialist Hal Wood eslu'ck. In other games, fourth-place Cincinnati showed its home mi punch in edging third-place San Francisco 4-3 and Pittsburgh and Philadelphia -split The Pirate won the opener 2-1 before the Phillies took the nightcap 8-1. Nev York's Mets and the Chicago Cub: were idle. The American League-leading New York Yankees knocked of. Boston 7-5 and Kansas City defeat ed Baltimore 6-4 in the onl> games on tlie AL schedule. The Dodgers moved ahcil II on Frank Howard's 12th homer in the second inning but Gene Oliver who also came to the Braves in the Burdette tridi. tied th« s>. with a homer off Podres in Ihe fourth. Il c'l'ved that way iinti. the ninth when Maury Wills sin gled, stole second and eventually came around on Moon's hi' fol- vinf. an intpniijral walk i,> Jim l. p ;m. Sadowski bad rctir r d !•' me> ; n a row whtn Wills hit n:ie up the middle. \Vuodeschik, now 8-3, a'! A' the Cardinals 'o tie the score in li.j ninth on a pinch sin-;'e by Olia..'..' 1 James, p ground out am Bil. White's sinple, but the) cbukecl the league-leaders utili t.'r.c- Ci.Jts struck airainst Ron l:iy- lor, 4-3. Ernie Fazio, like Staub a rookie, beat out an infield hit moved to second on a sacrifice took third on a wild pitch ana Three-League Hurler Dies at Age of 78 ALLIANCE, Ohio (AP) — Victory Mosely, who claimed to be one of the few pitchers to play in three major leagues, died Monday at 78. He first played with East Liverpool in the Ohio-Pennsylvania League, then in the International and the American Leagues. trotted home on Staub's single. It was Houston's second straight vie too' over St. Louis after seven consecutive losses. Stan Williams Back in Form For Yankees By JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer Stan Williams, who quickly went from featured performer to bit player in the New York Yankees' cast of characters this season, is back in the spotlight—taking bows. Tlie huge right-hander was the star of the show Monday night as the Yanks took another forward step in their drive for the American League pennant, almost singlehandedy wrecking the Boston Red Sox in a 7-5 Bomber victory. Williams came on in relief in the fifth inning, stifled a big threat, blasted a decisive triple in the bottom of the inning and turned the Red Sox back the rest of the vvay with a superb job of p'tching. It was the first standout performance in some time bv Wiiliams, who was. a front-line starter for the Yanks as the season opened, after being acquired from the Los Angeles Dodgers for first baseman Bill Skowron. He made an auspicious deiju for the Yanks, beating Baltimort 5-1 with a live-hitter in the fir* week of the campaign, but as the season piugressed, Will! ims pitching slipped, and eventually he became a supernumerary in the He had IPS! won on May buiipen. had last i-ppeared in a winning game on May 11—and carried a 2-3 record Williams squared that with a brilli,"!iii effort against th» Sox. By winning, the Yankees made it loui in a row over Bostor and pushed 2V 2 games ahead of the runner up Chicago White Sox In the oi'ij other AL gam* on tlie schedule, the Kansas Ci 1 :/ <Vh- letics .lumped out to a 5-0 lead agains' Kcj'umore and wuiir.d up with a (i-4 decision over the oles. In the National League, H.<: nipped first-place St. Louis 4-3 in 11 innings- the Dodgers cllmbcc to within one-half game of the top, trimming Milwaukee 2-1; Cincinnati downed San Francisco 4-3; and Philadelphia gained a double- leader split with Pittsburgh, :rouncing the Pirates 8-1 after a 2-1 opening game loss. Williams came on for Jim Bouton in the fifth with one ran in, one out, two on, the score tied al 5-5—and got Dick Williams to hH into a double play. On the pitch- ng side, he allowed only one hit n 4 2-3 innings—a double by Lu Clinton in the ninth. On (lit 1 hit- .ing side, he smacked a triple in he last of the fifth, that sent in he go-ahead run and (her. scored himself on Tony Kuben's single. Kansas City rapped Oriole rookie Dave MfNrtlly for four runs in he first three innings, then went ahead 5-0 on Wayne Gaudy's horn' er off Ike Delock in fbo fourth. By BOB HOOIJING Associated Press Si>orts Wrltnr BOSTON (AP) — Yankee yearling Jim Bouton or crafty Jim Bunning of Detroit will be the likely • All-Star game starling pitcher for thf American Ijit and "Tlie Monster"—Dick Radat? -rales probable finisher. President Joe Cronin announced the complete American League squad Tuesday, including Ne\v York manager Ralph Honk's sev en mound selections for the July 9 classic at Cleveland. Only Bunning and Ken McBride of Los Angeles among the hurlers have ! seen previous All-Star action. Jim (Mudcat) Grant of Cleveland, Boston Red Sox rescuer Radatz plus southpaws Steve Barber of Baltimore and Juan Pizarro of Chicago complete the pitching choices. "Hoak hasn't said a word lo me about his starting pitcher but it will definitely be a right-hander," Cronin said after glancing at the right-handed-packed National League lineup. Only Cardinal first baseman Bill White and Giants catcher Ed Bailey hit from the left side. One AL spokesman felt Bouton would get the starting nod off his 10-3 record and 2.45 earned run average. Another leans toward Bunning who has only a 4-9 mark this season but is working on an eight-inning scoreless streak in All-Star play and has a 1.50 ERA for 12 frames. The eight All-Star players voted into starting berths by their fel low athletes will open the game PARTS tot ALL MAKES OF ELECTRIC SHAVERS TAYLOR JEWELERS 69 EAST FERGUSON Downtown Wood River Alton-Wood River Sportsman's Club TRAP SHOOT WEDNESDAY 7-10 P.M. Alton Romps In 14-6 Win; Scores Early The Alton Legion team ad vanced its league record to 5-' Monday with a 14-6 home con quest of Mascoutah. Alton scored heavily anc early, tallying six times on six hits in the first inning. An inning later the home fore es again struck, rocking Me Dowell for seven more runs to take a 13-1 lead into the third. Doug Dunham had little trouble with the Mascoutah batsman in the five innings lie worked, yielding one run on three lilts. Mel Bunting took over in the sixth, breezed through that inn ing, but ran into trouble in the seventh when Mascoutah erupt ed for five runs. Mike Vander griff was brought in and put ou the fire. Alton base running accountec for nine stolen bases and three well-executed squeeze plays. Bev Terry and Denny Wooff paced the Alton nine with three hits apiece in four trips to the plate. Woot'f and Jim Minsker lashed triples as did Plub for Mascoutah. With an overall 8-4 mark, Alton visits Collinsville Saturday for a night game beginning at S then hosts league-leading Ed- warclsville Sunday. Muscoutah (6) Alton (14) Player AB R II Player AB R H Meier 4 0 1 Baiter 3 I 0 Kruse -1 1 1 Wooff 4 2 Etling 2 1 0 Davis 4 2 Plab 402 Terry 4 3 Divine 300 Minsker 4 Well :i 1 1 Mace 4 McDowell 3 I 2 Shortal 3 0 Haas 2 I 0 Vunder'ff 3 o Seelhoefer 2 1 0 Dunham 3 Hunting 0 0 Totals 27 6 7 Totals 32 14 13 Inning: 1234567 R H Mliscoutuh 1000005—« 7 Alton fl 7 0 0 0 1 X— 14 13 1 "TRY KING _ EDWARD Selling Cigtr with the exception of injured New York cenlcrfielder Mickey Mantle. Albie Pearson of Los Angeles is in his place. Otherwise it's Detroit's Al Kaline and LA's Leon Wagner in the outfield with Minnesota's Karl Battey behind the plate. Tlie infield regulars are Yankee Joe Pepilonc at first, old pro Nellie Fox of the White Sox at second, the Twins' Zoilo Versalles at short and Boston's Frank Mal/.onc at third. llouk followed the second choices of the players except at first base where he picked Norm Siebern of Kansas City instead of Boston's Dick Stuart. He also added a third catcher, Don Leppert of Washington, and outfielders Harmon Killebrew of Minnesota and Tom Tresh of the Yankees. Player-voted alternates whom Houk picked included outfielders Bob Allison of the Twins and Carl Yastrzemski of the Red Sox plus catcher Elston Howard of the Yankees. The infielders: 2b Bobby Richardson, New York; SS Luis Aparicio and 3b Brooks Robinson, Baltimore. Giants Slump, Log .243 Batting Mark SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—With the 1963 National League baseball season nearly one-half over, the defending champion San Francisco Giants are struggling to stay'in third place. They don't have a hitter over .300 and fielding has been erratic. Only the home run and some stingy pitching has kept them in contention 1% games behind leading St. Louis. "We aren't hitting," Manager Alvin Dark reiterated after his club left 13 runners stranded and lost to Cincinnati 4-3 Monday. "We haven't been hitting all year. I'm still waiting." Willie Mays, in an awful slump, made the final out in three innings with mates in scoring position and his batting average dropped to .257. As a club, the Giants are hitting just .243, but fortunately their pitchers have held opponents to an average of .237. Marichal leads the hurlers with eight straight victories. Willie McCovey has blasted 18 homers, Cepeda, 16, Mays 14, Felipe Alou and EY| Bailey 13 each, svith a team total of 89. Ban on Archery In Robin Hood Land NOTTINGHAM, England (AP) —Local bowmen are up in arms in tliis land of Robin Hood and his merry men because of a local ban on archery in the schools of Nottinghamshire. "1 played against McKinley in the West of England championships at Bristol the other week," Bungert said. "He beat me, but I studied him carefully. "I've got some ideas about how to deal with him. Of course, t'm not going to say what they are. I'll just say this much—he moves about the court very fast." McKinley, of San Antonio, Tex., looked in good form In defeating British Davis Cup star Bobby Wilson 8-G, G-4, 6-2. "I'm in good shape," McKinley said. "I hope I'll win the tournament. "The title Is wide open now that Emerson is out. Don't ask me how I'll make out against Bungert." The other semifinal svill be between Manuel Santana of Spain and Fred Stolle of Australia. Sanlana, seeded No. 2, defeated Gentian left - bander Christian Kuhnke 6-3. 6-4, 6-4. Stolle won a battle of big booming services to beat Frank Froohl- ing of Coral Gables, Fla., 9-7, 7-. r ), 6-4. league STANDINGS tt.V THE ASSOClAtfel) fRESR tv. L. r«i. o.n. New York ... 45 28 .B1fi — Chicago ....... 45 33 .577 2'/a Mlnnesola ..M 32 .573 3 Boston ...... 40 34 .541 5</4 Cleveland ..... 40 36 .52G Bto BaKimore .... 41 39 .513 7!/a Los Angeles .. 41 39 .513 7',i Kansas City ... 35 40 ,4fi7 11 Detroit ........ 29 45 .392 IGVj Wnshingtoti ..23 56 .291 25 Monday's Hostills Kansas City 6, Baltimore 4 New York 7, Boston 5 Today's Gainwi ChicnRo at New York (N) Boston at Cleveland (N) IMS Angeles nt Baltimore (Nl Minnesota at Detroit (Nl Kansas City at Washington (N) Wednesday'* Games Minnesota at Detroit Boston at Cleveland Los Angeles nt Baltimore (N) Chicago nt New York Only game scheduled Los Angel rs Snn Francisco Cincinnati ... Chicago ... 'Milwaukee Pittsburgh Phllmlelphln . Houston .... New York ttnllnnnl St. Louis ...... -15 32 o.ii. '14 42 42 .40 ..18 ..17 3(i 30 . 20 32 34 35 35 38 40 42 49 48 .579 .564 .545 .533 .500 .481 .401 .380 .377 3 4 a' 9V4 in 16 Mmulfty'fl Results Cincinnati 4, San Francisco 3 Ixvs Angeles 2, Milwaukee 1 Pittsburgh 2-1, Philadelphia 1-8 Houston 4, St. Louis 3 01 Innings) Only games scheduled Todny'H flnniwi St. Louis al Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco (N) Cincinnati nt Houston (N) New York al Chicago Pittsburgh nt Philadelphia (M) Wfcclii«!Mlay'» names Nnw York nt Chicago , Cincinnati nt Houston (N) SI. Louis nt Las Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Frnncisoo Only games scheduled European Jaunts Await Gal Athletes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American Leiifcue Batting (175 at bats)—Wagner, Los Angeles, .351; Malzone, Boston, .345. Runs—Allison, Minnesota, 54; Yaslrzemski, Boston, and Kaline, Detroit, 48. Runs batted in—Wagner, Los Angeles, 57; Allison, Minnesota, 53. Hits—Malzone, Boston, and Wagner, Los Angeles, 98. Doubles—Power and Versalles, Minnesota, 19. Triples—Hinton, Washington, 10; Versalles, Minnesota, 7. Home runs—Wagner, Los An;les, and Allison, Minnesota, 19. Stolen bases—Aparicio, Baltimore, 20; Wood, Detroit, and Hinton, Washington, 15. Pitching (Eight decisions)—Radatz, Boston, 7-1, .875; Ford, New York, 12-3, .800. Strikeouts — Pizarro, Chicago, 102; Bunning, Detroit, 98. National League Batting (175 at bats)— T. Davis, Los Angeles, .335; Groat, St. Louis, .334. Runs—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 59; White, St. Louis, 58. Runs batted in—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 59; White, St. Louis, 57. Hits—White, St. Louis, 105; Groat, St. Louis, 103. Doubles — Gonzalez, Philadelphia, and Javier and Groat, St. Louis, 21. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 11; Brock, Chicago; Skinner, Cincinnati, and Altman and White, St. Louis, t Home runs—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 22; McCovey, San Francisco, 18. Stolen bases—Robinson, Cincinnati, 21; Pinson, Cincinnati, 20. Pitching (Eight decisions)—Per- ranoski, Los Angeles, 9-2, .818; Mrloney, Cincinnati, Koufax, Los 'Angeles, and Marichal, San Francisco, 12-3, .800. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 137; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 12G. DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Alniost 100 female track and ifield stars move into Welcome Stadium here this week for the AAU Women's championship meet. The top two qualifiers in each of some 25 events will be the official U.S. representative on a summer competition tour of Poland, Russia, West Germany and Kng- land. The meet begins with the girls' 220 and 440 at 6:30 p.m.. EST, Thursday and continues through Saturday. Officials say 38G are entered. Teen-agers figure prominently among the entrants. More than one-fourth are just 14 years old. On.y one woman is holding up tlie further end of the age scale— 52-year-old Stella Walsh Olson oi North Hollywood, Calif. Mrs. Olson, who has one of the better times in the dashes, is competing just in the discus meet this time. A quartet of 1960 Olympic veterans also are entered. They are Earlene Brown of Los Angeles, third in the shot put and fifth in the discus at Rome; Willye Whyte, 22-year-old Chicagoan, sixth in the broad jump; Barbara Brown, 17, of New York, sixth in the high jump; and Joann Teny, 24, Indianapolis, fifth in the 80- meter hurdles. Also competing will be Vivian Brown, 21, of Tennessee A&I, who won the 200 meters in 23.9 in the 1963 Pan-American Games and was a member of the United States' winning 400-meter relay team. Top performances are expected from a group of 16 and 17-yearolds: Junelle Smith, 16, of Fredonia, Kan., both hurdles; Norma Harris, 16, Chicago, 220; Marilyn White, Los Angeles, 220; Rita Montgomery, 17, Cleveland, high jump, and Ranae Blair, 17, Hanford, Calif., discus. POWER-PACKED BATTERY mat Flls most populur cars.. ,6-volt Faster, easier starting lo any weather . . . 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The victory gave Palmer $22,000, boosted his three-week take to $54,000, ran his 1963 ,winnings to a record $85,545, and liis 10- year total to an unapproached $430,323. Lema, 29, San Leandro, Calif., pro, and Aaron, 26 from Gainesville, Ga., picked up $8,550 each. It was the biggest payday for Aaron, who has never won a pro tourney and moved him to eighth in the earnings list with $22,550. Lema has the Memphis Open title and several high finishes to his credit for a fourth-place $60,963. The playoff, the last four holes of which were televised nationally, was anti-climactic. Palmer, with three birdies, was three ahead of Lema and four ahead of Aaron at the end of six holes. With five to play, just before they moved into camera range, Palmer led Tony by five strokes and Tommy by seven. HO 2.7897 pay for 70c take 2 weeks lo pay Larger loan* witb longer term* of repayment are available t« families and to single men or wo> men for any worthwhile purpoi*. 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