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Section 2 FVTTTSJTlVr T JLJ V Hi.li Hi Ijr 1 RAPU ljilAJr il Ctnttlfied Established January 15, 1836. ALtdN, ILL., SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1963 7c Per Copy Memb'er of The Associated Press. Koufax Hurls 3rd Straight Shutout, 6-0 ... ' " ' ' '• J< • . ' \^,^ Giants Lose, LA Builds 5- Game Lead By JIM IfAGKLEMAN Associated Press Sporia Writer "1 was scared to death I'd never pilch again." That's Sandy Route, remembering how things were exactly a year ago. The brilliant left-hander was in the middle of a spectacular season and the Los Angeles Dodgers were sailing ahead In the National League race on July 12, 1962 at the Polo Grounds In New York. A numb index finger on his pitching hand forced Koufax to the sidelines after he had blanked the Mets through seven innings. He was credited with the victory —his 14lh—but it was his last of the year, The circulatory ailment later Idled him for over two months, and the Dodgers wound up losing the pennant to the San Francisco Giants. But the frightened and disabled Koufax of a year ago is now the hottest pitcher in baseball—a fact he emphasized Friday night, on the anniversary of that dark chapter in his career. Again at the Polo Grounds and again facing the Mets, he fired a three-hit 6-0 triumph. The shutout was his third in a row and ninth of the season; the victory his eighth straight and 15th of tbe year—high in the majors. His 13 strikeouts boosted his total to 163, tops in the big leagues, and he lowered his earned run average to 1.64 in his 13th complete game. The Dodgers? They've won five in succession and have a five- game grip on first place. The Philadelphia Phillies tumbled the second-place Giants another length behind, 7-5, despite the continued long-range hitting of Willie McCovey. St. Louis beat Milwaukee 5-3; Chicago trimmed Cincinnati 4-1 and Pittsburgh shaded Houston 2-1. The Phils rapped .Jack Sanford for four runs in the first inning and three in the fifth, with doubles by Roy Sievers, Don Demeter and Clay Dalrymple the telling blows. McCovey smacked two- run homers for the Giants in'the third and eighth—his 25th and 26th—and Harvey Kuenn homered for San Francisco in the eighth. Winner Art Mahaffey was chased in the eighth, but Jack Baldschun checked the Giants the rest of the way. The Cardinals clinched it with a four-run third inning, capped by Gary Kolb's first major league homer. Bob Gibson won his ninth, with relief from Barney Schultz, and Tony Cloninger was the loser. Gene Oliver and Mack Jones hom- ered for Milwaukee. The Cubs collected 13 hits in dealing southpaw Jim O'Toole his fourth straight loss. Ernie Banks had a homer in the Cub attack, the 351st of his career for a seventh- place tie with Ralph Kiner on the all-time National League list. Bob Buhl was the winning pitcher, beating the Reds for only the second time in his 11 NL seasons. Pittsburgh overcame Houston with two runs in the sixth on Dick Schofield's homer and successive singles by Roberto Clemente, Bill Mazeroski and Willie Stargell. Don Schwall got the pitching victory and Bob Bruce was the loser. Sports Menu TODAY City Golf Tournament at Rock Spring Golf Course. (Postponed 'til next week). SUNDAY City Golf Tournament at Rock Spring Golf Course (Postponed). Sam Snead Exhibition at Lake of Seven Fingers Golf Club, Staunton (2:30 and 8;30), WEDNESDAY Alton Lakers and Wood River Royals at Decatur for Women's Illinois Amateur Softball Association State Tournament. THURSDAY Alton PBA Open practice sessions at Bowl Haven In afternoon. Alton Open Pro-Am Tourna. ment at 6:30 p.m. Lakers and Royals at Decatur. FRIDAY First squad of 48 pros bowls In Alton Open Bt Bowl H«ven (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Second, squad bowls from 6 p,m. to 11:30 p.m. SATURDAY Same as Friday Bt Bowl Haven; cut to 16 bowlers for Sundpy. SUNDAY Two eight-game sets Sunday afternoon (1 o'clock) In Alton open, . ; « FlAftJl between 7 day night, CHfCAGO (AP) — The Chicago lubs are doing right well for .hemselVes in their big series against the Cincinnati Reds which was billed as a make-or-break proposition for the Cubs. The Cubs kayoed the Reds, 4-1, Friday night to give them a split n the four games played since WHITE FLASH ST. LOUIS, July 12. — St. Louis Cardinals' Bill White slides safely into second base on steal in the first inning of Friday nights game against the Milwaukee Braves at Buscli Stadium. Braves catcher Del CraiuTall threw wide to shortstop Roy McMillan in attempt to pick White off. Crandall was charged with an error. (AP Wire- photo) Banks Hits 16th As Cubs Beat Cincy, 4-1 the All-Star game and a chance to win the five-game set with a victory today. The Cubs remained one-half game behind third-place St. Louis but pulled within one game of second-place San Francisco. Bob Buhl, getting help from Lindy McDaniel in the eighth in- Major League] STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League \V. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles ..53 33 .610 San Francisco 49 39 .557 5 St. Louis 48 39 .552 5% Ihicago 47 39 .547 6 Cincinnati .... 47 42 .528 7>/ a Milwaukee ... 44 42 .512 9 Pittsburgh ... 43 43 .500 10 Philadelphia . 42 45 .483 11'/i -louston 34 56 .378 21 New York .... 29 58 .333 24V 2 Friday's Results Los Angeles 6, New York 0 Philadelphia 7, San Francisco 5 Pittsburgh 2, Houston 1 St. Louis 5, Milwaukee 3 Chicago 4, Cincinnati 1 Today's Games Los Angeles at New York San Francisco at Philadelphia Houston at Pittsburgh Chicago at Cincinnati Milwaukee at St. Louis Sunday's Games Houston at New York, 2 Los Angeles at, Philadelphia, 2 San Francisco. at Pittsburgh, 2 Milwaukee at Cincinnati, 2 Chicago at St. Louis, 2 Monday's Games Chicago at St. Louis Los Angeles at Philadelphia , San Francisco at Pittsburgh Houston at New York i Milwaukee at Cincinnati American League \V. L. Pet. G.B. New York 52 31 .627 — Boston 47 37 .560 5'/ 2 Chicago 48 39 .552 6 Baltimore .... 49 40 .551 6 Cleveland .... 45 40 .529 8 Minnesota .... 45 41 .523 8V a Los Angeles .. 41 48 .461 1 Kansas City ..36 47 .434 16 Detroit 36 48 .429 IGMs Washington .. 30 58 .341 24!/» Friday's Results Baltimore 4, Washington 3 Cleveland at Kansas City, postponed, rain Detroit 7, Chicago 6, (12 innings) Boston 3, Minnesota 2, (12 innings) New York 4, Los Angeles 3 Today's Games New York at Los Angeles Detroit at Chicago Cleveland at Kansas City Boston at Minnesota Baltimore at Washington Sunday's Games Boston at Los Angeles, 2 new York at Kansas City, 2 Cleveland at Minnesota, 2 Baltimore ,at Chicago, 2 Detroit at Washington, 2 .Monday's Games Boston at Los Angeles New York at Kansas City i Cleveland at Minnesota Baltimore at Chicago Detroit at Washington Opperman, Lunh In Public Links PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATEI) PRESS American Lougiio New York (Bouton 11-4) at Los Angeles (Chance 6-9) Detroit (Bunnlng 6-9) at Chicago (Herbert 8-5). Cleveland (Krallqk 9-6 'and Wynn 04) at Kansas City (Dra. bowsky 0-5 and Segui 4*3) Boston (Heffner.l-Q) at Minnesota (Staiige 2-1), Baltimore jDelock 2-5) at Wash ington (Duckworth, 3.7) " National fcoaguo Los 4ngele^ : (Miller g-4) at New VorH {StaUarTMl San '.FranglRco (Pierce 3-5' Or 4-3) at Philadelphia (Duren 3-2) ' Houston (Prott 2-6) at Pittsburgh (^aw 3-3) Chicago (Jackson 9-7) at Ciiv einnatl (Tsltou^s | : 3) ' Milwaukee (Spuhn I'M) at St. Louis (Simmons 7-4) SACRAMENTO, , ( Calif. (AP)- teve Opperman and Bob' Lunn- two powerful young San Francisco Piling acquaintances who never lad, met in match play, tangle at. 3.6 holes'Hoday lor the National Public Wnks, Championship. Oppevnian,' 'a 6-foot' 195-pounder who spent the ijast 3$- years "just playing^golf,!' unjlgashed his deadly irons on .the^wc^ nine of Frl- day's second semifinal round for a" 4 'ond;.'3 victory .over veteran Dantelyiplfli ot.ptfawa, 111. , •' Umn, jj$rlirt\vo inches teller but I5.;pounjd.s lighter, ousted jwmeto\vn. tevorite Jerry Yiwe.3 and 1 by'dtpppjlPg birdie ^utft on twQ.Qjv.yi&'ila^t jhree ho)es. ( .. Meithey I^unn," wi - ^ye»i>(' who. couldji't evej} : Wf}n\lh0, ^ high school title this yeiir, nor Oppernmn, 21,' ; would admit to any shaKlness at the, prospect of playing Jw the most impovtant title' ofjhelr yaung careers. , * "I play th^ ooyrse, not- the mani" said IMW- "I jvist U-y to keep from making any bogles," ^year-old When ning, recorded his eighth victory against six losses—his second win ii 11 seasons over Cincinnati. The Cubs piled up a 3-0 lead through the first six innings and then added an insurance run in the ninth. Ernie Banks clubbed his 16th home run ol the season. It was also the 351st o£ his career, tying him with Ralph Kiner. .for seventh place in the National League's all-time series. Hoping to win the series from the Reds, the Cubs will send Larry Jackson (9-7) against John Tsitouris (4-3). The Chicago White Sox got some liome run punch but it didn't prove to be enough and the Detroit Tigers came up with a 7-6 victory in 12 innings. The Tigers went ahead 2-0 in the first inning but the Sox came back with four runs in the first capped by Ron Hansen's two-run lomer. The two teams struggled through the first seven innings and wound up in a 6-6 tie with Pete Ward and Jim Landis hitting home runs for the Sox. Hoyt Wilhelm gave up a couple of runs in the sixth and seventh innings and then worked brilliantly until he was lifted for a pincli batter in the llth. Jim Brosnan took over in the 12th and yielded a double to Rocky Colavito who scored the winning run on a sin- lie by Bill Freehan. Sam Snead In Exhibition At 7 Fingers STAUNTON — Slammin' Sammy Snead, the pride of White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia and one 'of the outstanding golfers of all time, will make two exhibition appearances at. the Lake of Seven Fingers. Golf Club in Staunton Sunday. Snead will then conduct his own golf clinic on the driving range following 'exhibitions at 2:30 p.m. and again at 8:30 p.m. " A professional golfer for 29 years and winner of 114 major tournaments, Snead has collected .more prize money than any other pro. He has won every .major tourney in the country with the exception of the U.S. Open, a meet that has- eluded him in every attempt despite the fact tha't he finished runnerup four times. Snead owns the all-time Var don yi-ophy, records for, lowest aVerage, spore'for one > full year of 'competition, '" Additionally, SflammuV * Sammy set the lowest. 18-tiole score ever, registered, in national competition he shot 'a 59, May 16, 1959 in the Greepbrier Festival. ' Snead is an advisory member of ^'the Wilson Sporting Goods Company in addition to his duties as resident professional at White Sulphur Springs. The Lake of Seven Fingers Gal{ Club is located tin Highway Kolb Homers As Cards ToJ> Braves,, 5-3 ST. LOUIS (AP) - St. Louis Cardinal rookie Gary Kolb will probably remember the night of July 12, 1963 for a long time to come. The rugged, former University of Illinois football star, hit his first major league home run Friday night to lead the Cardinals to a 5-3 victory over the Milwaukee Braves, Kolb, who was recalled only this past week from the Cardinals' Tulsa farm club, hit his big blow with one man on, climaxing a four-run third inning for the Redbirds. Cardinal hitters got only five hits, but Milwaukee starter Tony Cloninger's wildness proved his downfall. He walked Bill White and Stan Musial in the first. Ken Boyer's double sent White in to score with the Cardinals first run. Cloninger walked Musial and Boyer in the third. Then he gave up a single to Tim McCarver. Boyer came home on a double steal, after Brave catcher Del Crandall fumbled a thrc.w. Kolb then hit his home run. Milwaukee Player AB Maye 5 Boiling 3 Aaron 4 Mathcws 4 Torre 4 Oliver 3 McMillan 1 Menke 3 Crandall 1 Jones 3 Clonlnger 1 Plche 1 Dlllard I Schneider 0 Larker 1 Ct) Sl. Louis (5) R H Pluyer AB R H 0 2 Javier 4 0 1 0 1 White 3 1 0 0 1 Groat 400 0 2 Musial 1 1 0 0 1 Carmel 200 2 1 Boyer 3 1 1 0 0 McCarver 311 0 0 Thacker 000 0 0 Kolb 3 1 2 1 1 Flood 300 0 0 Gibson 3 0 0 0 0 Schultz 000 0 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 3 10 Totals 30 5 5 Inning: 123456788 RHE Milwaukee 010000101—3 10 1 St. Louis 10400000 X— 550 JUNIOR BASEBALL In the 9-10 year old league the Lions ripped the Reds, 11-6, and the Astronauts toppled the Yankees, 20-1, Preston Waltrip hom- ered and tripled for the Lions while Bob Schulz homered and singled for the Reds. Mark Jehle lashed a triple and double for the Yankees. In the 11-12 year old league of junior basebail action the Rebels blanked the Eagles, 6-0, the Cubs tripped the Tigers, 5-3, and Indians whipped the Dogers, 15-2, the Wildcats defeated the Braves, 9-3, the Falcons downed the Pirates, 7-2, Hellrung beat the Cardinals, 8-5, the Athletics nudged the Blue- jays, 13-1, the Bears shut out the Orioles, 6-0, and the Yankees walloped the Hawks, 7-3. Paul Woodman fired a no hitter lor the Rebels and hit a homer as Tom Brims doubled. Bob Scheer homered for the Cubs while Dave Gaitlier slammed two doubles and n single for the Tigers. Bill Laiiglilin homered and singled for the Indians while Cyrus Edwards tripled for the Dodg. ers. Keith Reed hit two triples and :i double for the Wildcats while Can-oil King lined three hits for :he Braves. Mike Ryan homered 'or the Falcons as Al Goeken trippled for the Pirates. Dan Beiser banged two hits for Hellrung as Bob Joehl hit two homers for the Cardinals. Winning hurler Tom Pendt hom- ered and tripled and Cliff Dilley lomered for the Athletics while Jim Davidson collected two hits for (he Bluejays. Mike Crivello fired 11 perfect game fur the Bears retiring all 18 Orioles in order. Dan Ktiiper added a homer and Lurry Connel two hits to thu Bears' attack. Dan Rain pitched a two-hitter 'or the Yanks and got two hits as did Tom Brown, Wayne Schroed- r and i Tom Davis tripled for the Hawks, , In the 13-14 year old league the Braves downed the Yankees, 9-3 and Northside won # forfeit, reg King f a n n e d 12 for the 3raves while Jerry Morgan and Clrence Horton hit triples'; Riph- ard Dirksmeyer had a double and iingle for the Yankees, In the 15-17 year old league the Dodgers trimmed the .Cubs, 7-2, Mike Waldo had two singles and Ralph Ford a triple for the Dogers. Julius Brooks homered and singled for the Cubs, RELAXING SMILE July 12 — Sandy and ninth of the season with a 3-hitter as the Dodgers defeated the New York Mets, 6-0, at Ne\y York's Polo Grounds. He became the first 15-game winner in the majors this season. (AP Wirephoto) NEW YORK, July 12 Koufax of the Los Angeles Dodgers poses after giving another dazzling pitching performance Friday night. Sandy fired his third straight shutout Yaz Paces Red Sox Past Minnesota, 3-2; Yanks Win Again By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer The first time Ted Williams saw Carl Yaslrzemski swing a bat, he made one of his rare pre- Lakers Score 9 in First, Win 10-4 The Alton Lakers began a busy weekend in the right fashion Friday night, walloping Belleville, 10-4, at Waterlower Park. Tlie Lakers meet the Robinson Orphans in a prc-state tourney clash tonight, then tackle Baldwin, Mo., Sunday. Thn Orphans will be the first team that the Lakers face at the state tourney next week. The Lakers wasted little time with Belleville, running up nine runs on four hits, five walks and two Belleville errors in the first frame. Linda Frn/Jer took over t'lie mound chores and held the Lakers to one run the rest of (lie way, that coining on a double by Jackie Hand and triple by Betty Onofrey in the fourth. Belleville got two runs in its lialf of the first on four walks and a single by Doris Martin off Laker starter, Sandy Grimsley. Miss jrimsley yielded two more runs n the fourth before Bev Conaway came on to put out the fire. The Baldwin nine that will be at A'atertower Park Sunday night s coached by Tootje Boitano, a former teammate of Lorraine Burke, Laker manager. The two were co-managers of the St. Louis Blues and led them to western re- ;ional championships in 1958, 1959 and 1960. Sunday's contest begins at 8 p.m. dictions: "Don't let anyone change his swing and he'll be a great hitter." No one has, and Yaz is beginning to make Boston's old batting master look like an oracle. Yaz lashed an opposite field liome run in the top of the 12th inning Friday night and powered the Red Sox past Minnesota 3-2 and into second place. The Chicago White Sox, 7-6 losers to Detroit in 12 innings, slipped to third, a half game be- lind Boston and six behind the eading New York Yankees. The Yanks, powered by Yogi Berra's three-run homer, solved old nemesis Ken McBride and the Los Angeles Angels 4-3. Baltimore 3eat Washington by the same score. Cleveland at Kansas City was rained out. Yastrzemski, a left-handed hitter, lashed his eighth homer of the season over the left centerfield Belleville (4) Plnyer AB R H Janr Fruzler Dili Martin 2 2 1 < 1 2 3 0 1 3 0 1 Samelmun 1 o 0 Williams 200 Neff 300 Nlck'zky 400 Maxwell 000 L. Frazler 3 1 1 Alton (10) Player AB R H Follis Travis Freeman Hand Onofrey 4 1 3 220 4 1 2 3 2 1 4 1 3 Grimsley 1 1 0 Miller Zumwolt 1ms Clark Lusby 1 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 000 000 Conaway 202 Mandorca 1 0 0 Bolen 000 Totals 24 4 5 Totals 28 10 12 Inning: 1234567 RUG Belleville 2002000—4 5 2 Alton 800100 x—10 12 3 THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! COMBINED MIDGET AND SUPER MODIFIED RACES EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT Modified Slock & l-eivder llenUer Ru«os livery Tuvsduy Night GODFREY SPEEDWAY Houte B7 -3 Mils* Norlli of Alton, Time Trials 7i30-««clng 8:30 Mackinac Race Gets Under Way CHICAGO (AP)—The 333-mile ^hicago-to-Mackinac race with a record 105 yachts will get under way today in its 56th renewal. The race will begin at 1 p.m., CDT, and the leaders should get o Mackinac, in Michigan, late Monday or early Tuesday, depend- ng on the weather. VA'ith favorable winds, the race averages iround 55 hours. Gypsy, owned by Charles Koto- vie, Milwaukee, and Flame, owned by Jim Doane, Chicago, are cofavorites. Flame is the de- 'ending title holder. Mitena, the 72-footer owned by Charles Lewis Withey and associates of Grand Rapids, Mich., nust give handicap time to every other craft in 'the race. Mitena vill probably by the first to cross he finish line. The elapsed time record for the •ace was set by'the Amorita in 911 with 31:14:30 when winds •cached 82 miles an hour. The •nodern record was set by Rayene in, a 71-foot yawl, which made t in 37:12:57. fence, a drive of about 420 fee that tagged Minnesota with it fifth straight loss. Yastrzemski, 23, a student a Notre Dame in the off-season, i in his third season as Williams successor in left field for Boston and is off to his finest year. Hi leads the league in hitting, 334 and doubles, 23, is second in hits 104, has a very respectable 41 runs batted in and possesses one of the best arms in the league Berra's sixth inning homer of McBride brought the Yanks from behind, but they needed a ninth inning run to make it stand up when he Angels rallied on Charley Dees two-run double. It was the Angels' 10th straight loss and the first time McBride had lost to the Yankees since Aug. 7, 1961. Bill Freehan singled in Rocky Colavito with the Tigers' 12th inning run, singled in another run and had a solo homer. John Orsino belted a two-run homer in the top of the ninth, driving in the tying and winning runs for Baltimore, which trailed 3-2 going into the inning. It was Baltimore's eighth straight triumph over Washington this season and the Orioles' eighth victory in theii last nine games. Baumaim Placed on Disabled List CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago White Sox placed pitcher Frank Baumann on the disabled list Friday for 30 days. General Manager Ed Short said Baumann has a torn muscle in his elbow. He was injured in a game with the Boston Red Sox. MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wisconsin Rapids 8, Fox Cities 7 (12 innings) Burlington 6, Dubuque 4 Quincy 8, Quad Cities 4 Decatur 7, Clinton 6 Waterloo at Cedar Rapids ppd, rain, Win Gives Sandy 15 For Year By JOB KIOICHLKU Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-"The only figure I'm aiming at is 20," Sandy Koufax said today, "and as for lutouts, I never think about icm. My only thought is to go nlo the ninth Inning with as big lead as possible and the best 'ay to do that is to give up as ew runs as possible." Koufax, 27-year'old left-hander f the Los Angeles Dodgers, was olding court after he blanked the [ew York Mets 6-0 with a three- it, 13-strikeout masterpiece at lie Polo Grounds Friday night hat: 1. Made him the majors' top vinner with a 15-3 record. 2. Produced his third consecu- ive shutout and ninth of the sea- on. 3. Reduced his earned run av- rage to 1.64, best among the tarting pitchers in baseball. 4. Boosted his major league- eading strikeout total (o 163. 5. Stretched the Dodgers' whining streak to five and increased heir National League lead to five games over the second place San Trancisco Giants, 7-5 losers at Philadelphia. Although he's halfway f ; o becoming the first 30-game winner n the majors since Dizzy Dean did it 30 years ago, Koufax would lave no part of such speculation. "I have no figure dancing 'in my head except 20," he said. 'When you win 20 games.you're a top pitcher. Anything after that s so much gravy. All I'm trying o do is win." Despite his emergence in the ast three years as one ol the >itching masters in baseball, the 3rooklyn-born Koufax never has von 20. He got to 18 in 1961. A year ago Friday night, he won ns 14th game. Then, in the seventh inning of a budding shutout against the Mets, the index fin- ;er of his left hand became so numb he had to leave the game. He was out of action with the circulatory ailment two months, and never won another game. Without him the Dodgers blew a pennant they seemed to have locked up. Bushy 9 s Splits 2 at Gillespie GILLESPIE — Bushy's Black >abel split a double header at Gillespie Friday, losing the opener. 5-3, while capturing the nightcap, 12-0. In the first game Gene Eledge took the loss for Bushy's, allowing seven hits. Jim Camp- jell was the winner for Gillespie. In the nightcap Jack Rhoades vas the winner of the shut out. ..ouie Marmino lashed a double, ionny Bryant a triple and Grady Vatkins a homer. Bushy's meets the East St. Louis All Stars tonight at West End Diamond. Bushy's record is now 37-7. DRAG MCKS SUNDAY, July 14 RECORD DAY MEET! New Records Will Ho Established in All Classes During Time Trials! FREE ENTRY CARD! Time Trials 8 u.m, — diminutions 2 p.m. — We I'uy Tow Money ALTON DRAGWAY $700.00 IN CASH PRIZES AND TROPHIES In All Clussos! 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