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PAC;F; ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1963 Cards Break Twinbill Jinx, Beat Pirates (lards Keep Paee with LA; SadeekiToda> ^ JO". LOUTS (AP)-The St. Louis Cardinals, keeping pnee with the league-leading Los Angeles Dodgers, will go for the serifs sweep today against thp Pittshnrsrh Pirates, i A combination of good pitrhiim and timply hitting carried tho scr- ond-placr Cardinals to a I,aboi tViy doublehoader sweep over thr Pirates, 6-1 ruid fi-2. Boh Gibson (15-8't and Ron Taylor (9-lii went the distance for thei Cardinals. In the first gamp. Gibson struck out 7 and walked 2, and drilled his second home run of the season. The right-hander allowed hits. ! ', Taylor, making only his eighth ' } start of the year, scattered 11 hits. , Ken Boyer smacked a two-run homo run in the first inning, fol- - •lowing a run-scoring double by. Stan Musial. It was Boyer's 21st j ****>•» home run of the season and his fourth in the last five games. I Singles by George Altaian and. BENDING TO HIS TASK FOREST HILLS — Chuck McKin- runs and Airman closed the scoring with his 9th home run. In today's game, Ray Sadecki (8-9) was scheduled to face Tommie (1-0). 1ST GAME Pittsburgh (1) St. Louis (6) Player AD R H Player AB R H Schofleld .TOO .Javier 4 1 1 Virdon 402 Groat 4 1 1 1 1 White 300 0 1 Boyer 4 0 0 Flood 3 0 1 Kolb 4 1 0 2 McCarver 3 0 0 0 Altman 4 1 300 Gibson 4 1 000 1 0 0 Tim McCarver set up two more! | e y, the Wimbledon champ from San Antonio, Texas, is down on one knee during match against Jiri Javorsky of Czechoslovakia in national tennis cham- S ionships at Forest Hills, N. Y., Satur- ay. McKinley, suffering a back ailment, swept into the third round with a 6-2, 6-4, 6.3 victory. (AP Wirephoto) Clemante 4 Stargell 3 Mazeroski 4 Clendonon 4 Bailey 4 Pagllaroni 4 veale Schwali Lynch 0 0 '11 2 Mays, Giants Woozy After Losing Pair Totals 34 1 7 Totals 33 6 10 Inning: J23456789 RHE ; Pitts. 100000060—1 7 1 St. Louis 20000013 X— 6 10 0 2ND GAME Pittsburgh (2) St. Louis (6) Player AB R H Player Schofield 500 Javier Virdon Clemente Burgess 4 Stargell 4 Mazeroski 4 Clendenon 4 Bailey Gibbon Francis Savage Haddix Lynch Brand By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Willie Mays is woozy, and the 1 Giants are dead. Both collapsed during a Labor opener 7-5 before Hobble put the finishing touches on the doubleheader sweep and the Giants' pennant chances with a two-hit, 6-0 second game victory. games in front of second-place St. Louis, whipping Houston 7-3, as Sandy Koufax won his 21st, and 7-1. The Cardinals kept pace by downing Pittsburgh 6-1 and 6-2. 5 1 3 Groat 502 Musial 4 0 1 Kolb 400 Boyer 0 1 White 0 3 Flood 300 McCarver I 0 0 AJtman 1 0 0 Taylor 0 0 AB R Hi 512. 4 o JiDay doubleheader at San Fran- Santo, meanwhile, went 4-for-8j Milwaukee closed to within one- o o 3 1 4 0 4 0 Cisco, Mays from exhaustion and with seven runs batted in for the the Giants from an overdose of j twin bill, hitting a grand slam iJRon Santo's slugging and the homer and solo shot in the night- Dick Ellsworth and leap as the defending champion 'Giants fell 9'/2 games behind Na- ooo i o i half game of the Giants despite a 9-4 loss to Philadelphia and Cincinnati gained a doubleheader split with New York, winning the nightcap 1-0 as Jim Maloney won Ellsworth became the first Chi-jtional League-leading Los Ange- nis oflth with a three-hitter after 2 1 pitcnin g 0{ 3 o o'GIen Hobbie. Totals Inning: 0 1 0 38 2 11 Totals 123456789 Pittsburgh 001000001—211 St. Louis 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 X— 6 12 ; cago Cub pitcher since 1945 to'les. .post 20 victories by winning the! The 34 6 12 R H E •i 0 Dodgers remained six; jthe Mets took the opener 5-3. Mays the Giants - $ioo,ooO-a- Milwaukee Wins, 3-0, At Aurora AURORA — The 1963 Class A. Illinois State Softball Champion Alt-Wood Merchants dropped two games Saturday and were eliminated from the West Central Amateur Softball Association Region-j al Tournament. ! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Willie Mays and Mickey Mantle, baseball's onl y $100,000-a-year players, added to their medical history Monday in an ironic double play. jyear center fielder, suffered j dizzy spell and dropped to one ! knee after fouling off a pitch in \ the fourth inning of the opener. He 'was examined by Dr. E.C. Sailer land sent home to rest. j Dr. Sailer said Mays, hitting j -.301 with 32 homers and 88 runs (batted in, should be back in ache had been tired since Friday tion today. "He just told me he; Crow Undergoes Knee Surgery John David Crow, the St. Louis football Cardinals' leading ground gainer in 1962, underwent surgery on his right knee at Barnes Hos pital in St. Louis, this morning. Crow suffered a torn ligament in his knee Saturday night against the Bears at Soldier's Field in Chicago. The powerful halfback who finished eight in the league in rushing n year ago will miss a minimum of six weeks. Joe Childress will replace Crow in the Big Red backfield against the Vikings Friday night at Busch Stadium in the Cardinal Glennon benefit game. Packers Hand Giants Third Loss, 24-17 By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS The Green Bay Packers are still the Green Bay Packers, which means masters of the New York Giants and the rest of the National Football Letgue. Where that puts the College All- Stars is problematical, but it puts the Packers squarely atop t he scramble as the 14 NFL teams move closer to their season openers 12 days from now. The Packers, rolling to their fourth victory since that ignominious 20-17 loss to the Collegians on a hot night in Chicago a month ago, smacked the Giants 24-17 before a roaring, sellout crowd of 42,327 at Green Bay Monday night. It was the champs' seventh straight victory over the Giants, the team they whipped in the NFL title game the last two years, and their 23rd pre-season game without a loss against NFL opposition. A grind-it-out second half did the job for Green Bay this time after the Giants, capitalizing on two pass interceptions, had taken a 1714 lead in the first two periods, j The loss was the third in four! exhibitions for the Giants, East-1 ern Division champions four of; the last five years. i PAREMORE FLIES CHICAGO - Back Bob Paremore (23) of St. Louis Cardinals pro football team makes a first clown before being tackled by Chicago Bear player in first period of exhibition game Saturday night. Driving up behind is end Luke Owens of Cardinals. (AP Wirephoto) Mantle Back, Ford Wins 20th for Yanks Bv -JIM UACKLEMAN Mantle Returns As Mays Wears Out Associated Press Sports Writer iplus in posting his 20th victory Whitey Ford went seven innings|American League cushion of an It was only Labor Day. but it had all the looks of a World Series tune-up for the New York Yankees. and Mickey Mantle was back in the starting line-up. It happened in Detroit Monday as the Yankees held onto their Santo, Hobbie Star in Cub Wins CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago) Braves by 1 game. but did not reveal the situation. Prior to missing the nightcap against the Cubs, he had played in all but one of the Giants' i games. Mays, the wide - ranging San i Mays was out of action for sev- Francisco center fielder, suffered! eral days after collapsing last a dizzy spell and was sent home; year at Cincinnati. He underwent a doubleheader against Chi- i extensive hospital tests during the about two hours before! off-season but nothing wrong was was tired and felt weak," saidi By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dr. Sailer. "He vision or anythinj had no blurry ; like that. I ad- National League Cubs aro closer to their first divi-j iion goal after sweeping a doubleheader from the San Francisco Giants, and possibly sounded the death knell for the defending Na- ionnl League champions. Dick Ellsworth and Glen Hobbie pitched the Cubs into sixth jlace, 1 percentage point ahead of :he Cincinnati Reds. The Cubs trail the Philadelphia Phillies by vised him to get some rest and Los Angeles „„ a five-hitter for Alt-Wood but the, A year ago Merchants were hold to a mea collapsed of nervous exhaustion ! W °'- ld Series time, opened at cen- ger three hits by Irdin. Alt-Wood then met Milwaukee later Saturday afternoon and dropped a 3-1 decision, forcing the Illinois champs out of the tournament. Bob Garni* started for the Merchants and was rocked (or two runs In the u|M'iiiiin Inimr. Miluaukw «'iitcrlie!u>r Martin led off with a single, and scored along with the Wisconsin third baseman wh«n Garner threw the latter's tap into renter field. before a game at Cincinnati while the Giants were battling for the National League pennant. This time, with the fading Giants at home, Mays dropped to one knee after fouling off a pitch with the bases loaded in the fourth inning !of the opener against the Cubs. ter field for the American League- leading Yankees in the second game of a doubleheader at Detroit. Mantle, who had appeared in only 46 of the Yankees' 137 games, wa?r making his first starting appearance since ho broke his foot June 5 while i.-rashing into a fence Mays was taken to the club-' Ba ] limore . Silu , r then, Mantle house by Dr. K. C. Sailor, whoj has mafjo 1Q pjnch hjtting appear . jances, slugging two homeis and ! collecting throe walks. He made back in ac- 1 said Mays should DP iron today. "He just told me he was tired .and felt weak." said Sailer. "He anything Milwaukee got another marker had no blu ' T >' , VI . slon ° r al f the fourth on back " k " th; "- r "*" 1 "" to off Garner in the fourth on back to back hits by Keehn and Gillies s " before Rappe came on to put out the fin . "*t and prescribed a seda- live. Mays, hitting .301 with 32 Rappp shut out the Milwaukee homers and 88 runs batted in, said nine the rest of the way but the ; Men-hunts couldn't score against! Doering. I Alt-Wood mounted ilb only Ilirciil In tin> siMli wlicii it ! loaded Ihe bases on single* j by John Godar and Ruppe and a \vulk to Dave Noll with one out but Doering got Davis on a ground out and L/eto McU out five times. Mantle hit into a double play as a pinch hitter in the opener against the Tigers, then walked and was thrown out on an attempted double steal his first time up in the nightcap. He later collected two singles. Magic Number for LA Is 20 or Is It 32? on u fly threat. ball to end the By (IIAKLES MAHER Asrsm-inlcd Tress Sports Writer Wayne Simpson singled in the sixth but was left stranded. The Illinois Championship tro- LOS ANGELES (AP)—This is the time of year when baseball— already up to its eyeballs in statistics—compounds its mathematical muddle by conferring phy will be on display at the Of-,., j( . numh( , rs " on fj,. s t.plac>f> fice Machine Exchange on E ast 't Pams Broadway, it was announced ear-: ' " . n ly today. . (h( _ N tional i, eaguc . by I an inch—measuring back from tin All-Wood (0) Muncle (1) Player AB R H Player ABKlii;, half do/en games, the magic developed a circulatory disorder in the tip of the first finger of his pitching hand. He made only a few brief appearances the rest of the season. The Dodgers lost the pennant to San Francisco in the final inning uf the final game of a three-game ••layoff. In a game of inches, the appeared to have lost by prescribed a sedative." Ellsworth, a 20-game loser last year, brought his record to 20-7 in the opener with Lindy McDaniel's relief help. The Cubs snapped a tie in the fifth with three runs— Itwo on a fly by Billy Williams that fell for a double when shortstop Jose Pagan and left fielder Cap Peterson collided. In the night j cap. Hobbie, 6-9. allowed only aj third-inning single by Felipe Alouj and a triple by Willie McCovey iiij the ninth. Koufax, 21-5, struck out 13 for n 259 total, moving to within 10 strikeouts of his o\m season record for a left-hander. The Dodgers put it away with a four-run fourth in which Tommy Davis and Frank Howard contributed doubles and Willie Davis smacked a triple. Johnny Podres, 12-10. and Ron Perranoski held the Colls to five hits in the second game while John Roseboro hit a two-run homer. Clinton Wins Midwest Croivn By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Clinton, Iowa won the Midwest League this season, winding up 10Vi games ahead of second-place Burlington, Iowa. Clinton was on top at the end of each of the season's two halves, but came in only two games ahead of Quad Cities in the second half and 5Vn games ahead of Burlington in the first half. Decatur, 111., finished 7th in the first half, but came up to 4th in the final season standings. Wisconsin Rapids, in hist place at the end of the first half, ended the season in 5th place. St. Louis 77 San Francisco 74 W. L. 83 54 60 64 64 65 Chicago 72 65 67 68 S8 93 Milwaukee . Philadelphia 73 73 Cincinnati 74 Pittsburgh ... 68 Houston 50 Pot. G.B. .606 — .562 6 .536 9»,i! .533 .529 .526 .525 .500 .362 10 NHi 11 11 14 U 33% New York 44 .321 39 Monday's Results Los Angeles 7-7, Houston 3-1 St. Louis 6-6, Pittsburgh 1-2 Chicago 7-6, San Francisco 5-0 New York 5-0, Cincinnati 3-1 Philadelphia 9, Milwaukee 4 Today's Games Cincinnati at New York Pittsburgh at St. Louis Chicago at San Francisco Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N) Houston at Los Angeles (N) Wednesday's Games Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N) Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N) New York at St. Louis (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Houston at San Francisco Wintjen Noll Uillard Wast Metz Simpson Mncher Davis Boverle Rappe Totals Inning: Muncle Alt-Wood 300 Schuubui 2 0 1 Smother* 200 Curtis J 0 0 Heed 300 liurk 3 0 1 Uorlh 300 Culuiuarlte 3 0 1 300i number is 20. 3 0 1 3 0 0 'i. 1 3 0 l i Dodger victories and St. i Inuspv tntnliiur W would eli 300 Cawkcr 2 0 1 Irdln 200 24 0 3 Totals 1334867 300 3 0 1 0100000—1 ooooooo—o 26 1 5 R II E & 0 3 0 Hot Rod Eliminator INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-Bob Vod- nik of Oak Forest, 111., 19, holds the National Hot Rod Association's title of top eliminator. Vodnik, driving a Chrysler-pow- eral racer owned by Phil Hobbs of Kokoroo and Ken Hiruta of Lowell, won the final runotf on a foul Monday. His opponent, Don This moans any combination of Louis losses totaling 20 would eliminate ihe second-place Cardinals. But the Dodgers did not have to wait until September to come by a mugic number. They've had one all season. And, unlike the number contrived by the statisticians, this one never changes. It's always 32. Sandy Koufax weart> •'. on his. DrW'k. Last year in mid-July Koufax Garlits of Tampa, Flu., crossed the starting line ahead of the green light and was disqualified. Vodnik was clocked at 174.75 miles an hour. lip of Koufax's left forefinger. Th? Dodgers were only the fourth best hitting team in the league last year, and they haven't done even that well this season. Yet they are 2Vj games farther in front than they were a year ago today. Having Koufax around all summer may not entirely explain the difference, but it will do for an opener. Hlght now the 27-year-old left- hander leads the major leagues in victories (21), complete games (18), shutouts (10) and strikeouts (2591. He lias a bcticr carnc-d-run average (1.97) than any other starter in the National League. Koufax struck out 13 Monday as the Dodgers defeated Houston 7-3 in the opener of a doubleheader. New York Chicago 78 Minnesota 77 W. L. 90 48 60 60 Baltimore 73 Boston 67 Detroit 66 66 71 70 74 78 76 88 Pet. G.B. .652 — .565 12 .562 .525 .486 .485 17V 2 23 23 .479 24 .443 29 .441 29 .362 40 Three teams scored above .500| in the first half while four fin-j tailed above .500 in the overall I standings. Final Standing* W. Clinton 82 Burlington — 71 Quad Cities ... 6(5 Decatur (J2 Wis. Rapids .. 58 Waterloo 57 Cedar Rapids . 5(i Fox Cities .... 55 Quincy 56 Dubuque 47 41 51 57 Gl 62 65 65 65 68 75 .607 .582 .537 .508 .48;) .467 .463 .458 .452 .385 G.U. lO'/ss 16 20 25 26!i 2716 Cleveland .... 68 Los Angeles .. 62 Kansas City .. 60 Washington .. 50 Monday's Results Cleveland 15-7, Washington 3-8 Boston 4-2, Baltimore 3-0 Los Angeles 7-7, Chicago 5-8 New York 5-1, Detroit 4-2 Minnesota 6-3, Kansas City 2-1 Today's Gumos Baltimore al Boston Now York at Detroit Kansas City at Minnesota Only iiames scheduled WiKlnt'wlay's Guillen Los Angeles at Minnesota (N) Kansas City at Chicago (2, twi- night) Ballimore at Cleveland (N) Washington at New York Detroit at Boston (N) Dupus Is Ready MILAN (AP) — Ralph Dupas world junior middleweight boxing champion, ended his training Mon day night for Friday's title defense against Italian Sandro Max zinghi. Clinton 8, Dubuquo 4 Waterloo 1-3, Burlington 6-7. Quincy at Decatur canceled, rain. Quad Cities at Fox Cities, canceled, rain Cedar Rapids at Wisconsin Rapids, canceled, rain LEARN TO FLY M10 plus gas game and Milwaukee By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (350 at bats) — Groat, St. Louis, .327; T. Davis, Los Angeles, .323. Runs—Aaron, Milwaukee, 103; Flood, St. Louis. 97. Runs batted in—Aaron, Milwaukee, 113; Boyer, St. Louis, 98. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 182; Iroat, St. Louis, 180. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 37; Pinson, Cincinnati. 3t>. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; Brock, Chicago, and Callison and Gonzalez, Philadelphia, 10. Home runs—Aaron, Milwaukee, 36; McCovery, San Francisco, 34. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Angeles, 30; Pinson, Cincinnati, 26. Pitching (12 decisions) — Perra- noski, Los Angeles, 13-2, .867; McBean, Pittsburgh, 13-3, .813. Strikeouts—Koufax. Los Ange- ie.s, 259; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 282. American League Batting (350 bals)—Kaline, Detroit, and Yastrzemski, Boston .318. Runs — Trosh, New York, 87; Kaline, Detroit, 84. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 8; Kaline, Detroit, 94. Hits — Kaline, Detroit, 161; Ward, Chicago, 158. Doubles—YastrxeniKki, Boston, and Alvis, 35; Ward, Chicago, Cleveland 31. Triples — VfT.siille.s, Minnesota, and Hinton, Washington, 12. Home mils—Stuart, Boston, 35; Killebrew, Minnesota, 34. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 33; Hinton, Washington, 22. Pitching (12 decisions)—Bouton, New York, 19-6, .760; Pascual, Minnesota, 18-(i, .750. Strikeouts — Peters, Chicago, 168; Pizarro, Chicago, and Ford, New Yorka, 163. It was a gloomy crowd which left Candlestick Park after Ellsworth recorded his 20th victory in a 7-5 victory and Glen Hobbie hurled a two-hit 6-0 nightcap. The double defeat, coupled with two win by the Los Angeles Dodgers, dropped the Giants 9" 2 off the pace with less than a month to play. Ellsworth (20-7) became the first Cub to win 20 games since Hank Wyse recorded 22 in 1945. Hobbie (6-9) received batting support from Ron Santo, who clubbed two home runs—one with the bases loaded—and drove in five runs. The Chicago White Sox split a twin-bill with the Los Angeles Angels, winning the nightcap 8-7 after dropping a 7-5 contest. The Angels collected 153 hits in the first game, knocking rookie Gary Peters (16-6) from the mound and thwarting his bid for a 12th consecutive victory. Don Lee won his seventh. In the; second game, the Sox blew a 5-1 lead and went into the ninth trailing 7-6. But J.C. Martin drove in the tying and winning runs with a double. Hoyt Wilhelm (5-8) received credit for the victory. Wilhelm has received credit for the last three White Sox victories. Either Paul Toth (5-9) or Larry j Jackson (14-12) was scheduled to take the mound today to face the Giants' Juan Marichal (19-8). The White Sox are idle today. Danville Cops Class B Title MACOMB, ILL. — Danville defeated Urbana Monday in the finals of the A.S.A. Class B State Softball Tournament at Macomb, 5-3, after eliminating defending champion Dewey-Fisher, 3-1, in the semifinals. Gillespie, runnerup in the Alton tournament, reached the semifinals with victories over Lincoln, 8-1, and Effingham, 7-1, before losing to Urbana, 3-0. Alton champion Brighton was! a victim of a no-hitter by Norm 1 Robinson of Plymouth in its opening tourney game. Robinson faced only 23 butters as he fired the only no-hitter of the meet. even dozen games with a doubleheader split against the Tigers. Ford became a 20-game winner for the second time in his 12- season career in the opener, taken by the Yanks 5-4. Mantle was a (starter for the first time since jjune 5 in the second game, a 2-1 [squeaker won by the Tigers be- Ihind left-hander Hank Aguirre's I neat pitching. J. C. Martin's two-run double in 'the last of the ninth inning gave j Chicago's second-place White Sox an 8-7 decision over Los Angeles and a doubleheader split against the Angels. Los Angeles ripped out 15 hits in capturing the opener Minnesota put on another power show and climbed to within one- half game of the White Sox by knocking off Kansas City twice, 6-2 and 3-1. Boston dropped Baltimore in a pair, 4-3 as Bill Mon- bouquerte won his 19th and 3-0 on the five-hit pitching of rookie Bob Heffner; Cleveland and Washington blasted 12 homers in a split, the Indians romping in the opener 15-3 and the Senators squeezing by in the second game 8-7. Sandy Koufax recorded No. 21 in the National League, while both Dick Ellsworth and Jim Maloney reached the 20-victory circle. Mantle, out of action completely for two months with a broken foot and resultant knee trouble, had been confined to pinch hitting before his start in center field in Monday's second game. Mantle's loss hadn't been felt by the Yanks —except perhaps at the gate—but Prep Teammates Now 20-Game Major Winners By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jim Maloney and Dick Ellsworth, high school teammates who have become two of the Nn- lional League's outstanding pitchers, attained a mark of distinction simultaneously Monday — the 20-virtory circle. Maloney achieved his 20th with a brilliant three-hit, 13 strikeout performance al New York in the Cincinnati Reds' 1-0 decision over the Mets in the second game of their Labor Day doubleheader. Ellsworth won No. 20 at San Francisco as the Chicago Cubs beat the Giants 7-5 in their doubleheader opener. Strangely enough, Maloney was the regular shortstop for Fresno, Calif.. High School when Ellsworth was the team's pitchnig star. But the 23-year-old right- hander turned to pitching before signing a bonus contract with the Reds on April Fool's Day, 1959. Ellsworth, also 23, has made a complete turnabout for the Cubs. The southpaw was a 20- game loser last year. Whitey Ford of the New York Yankees also hit the 20 - victory- target Monday when the American League leaders tripped Detroit 5^1 in the first game of a doubleheader. And Sandy Koufax of the Los Angeie.s Dodgers won his 21st, downing Houston 7-3 in I a doubleheader opener. Player Wins $50,000 Meet; Palmer Last WAUKEGAN, III. (API — The sign read: "Gary's Gallery." Carrying it were six teen-age boys ;arbed in black—just like Gary Player. There was no "Arnie's Army" or any similar rooting faction for Jack Nicklaus. The $50,000 Holiday Golf Classic- was made up strictly of cheers for Player during the 36-hole exhibition at the par 35-35—70 Glen Flora Country Club. The compact South Africa star, striving to get back into the "Big Three" group with Palmer and Nicklaus after failing to win any big ones this season, didn't let the fans down. He won by two strokes in the two-day extravaganza which drew a total of about 6,000 golfing bugs. The victory brought Player renewed prestige of a sort, and $20.000. He won with a 67-69—13fi. Nicklaus, the PGA and Masters for the lot. safer with the slugger in prime they'd feel a switch-hitting shape for the World Series. Mantle rapped two singles against Aguirre, who stifled sev eral threats in turning in ;m eight- hitter. The Tigers overcame a 1-0 deficit with their two .'ins in the third inning against Stan Williams on BUI Bruton's double, Dick McAuliffe's bunt single, a sacrifice fly by Al Kaline and Rocky Colavito's single. Joe Pepitone's three-run homer against Frank Lary in the fifth inning of the opener broke a 2-2 tie and powered Ford to his 20th victory. Mutual Funds Ask for Prospectus HAROLD G. HUBER 12502 N. Rodgers — 462-26311 champion, received 516,000 shooting 68-70—138. Palmer, leading money-winner, settled for last with 67-74—141 and $14,000. FIGHT RESULTS By TBK ASSOCIATED PRESS PITTSBURGH—Johnny Morris, 162, knocked out Jimmy Beecham, 155, Philadelphia, 4. 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