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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1963 Davis Drives in Run In 10th as LA Wins B> MIKE KATHKT A«sorintrd PIT** Sport* Writer Tommy Dm is. living to Income the Qrsl National I.r-iax hattinc champion in a drc;uif to retain his titl«>. lost groim.1 '••> Dick Groat in his lairst cffor! but kept the Los Anerl'-s DoHeei> wheeling toward their Jong-a«;(iiod pennant popolf. DaviF colln-trd only one hit Tuesday night, but it was a clutch single in thr> 10th inning that drove in the winning ran in a 4-3 victory over Houston and maintained the Dodgers' sLvu'ame bulge over second-place St. I/ouis. Davis, a 2-4-year-old right-handed swinger, trudged off the field last October with a .346 average and the hatting title, after the Dodgers lost the third and deciding game of the pennant playoff with San Francisco. Now the Dodgers are heading for the champagne popoff they ini>sed last year and Davis is >irugeline !o become the first repeat battine champion since Stan Mnsial of St. Louis in 1950-51-52. Davis, hitting .322. is tied with Vada Pinson of Cincinnati for second place. Groat, batting king at Pittsburgh with a .325 mark in 19W. is hitt'ng .327 this year while playing shortstop for St. Louis. He went 2-for-4 as the Cardinals ran 'their longest winning streak of the •season to six games by walloping ! Pittsburgh 10-5. Juan Marichal joined the 20-vic- lorv club as third-place San Francisco blasted the Chicago Cubs 116-3. Philadelphia's Ray Gulp ; shut out Milwaukee 2-0 on two hits and Cincinnati's Joe Nuxhall .blanked the New York Mets 5-0 on three hits. Detroit knocked off the American League-leading New York Yimkefs 3-'J in 15 innings. Balti- linore edged Boston 4-3 and Kansas City downed Minnesota 3-2. The other clubs were not scheduled. I The Colts scored in the top of ithe 10th on Rusty Staub's run| producing single before pinch hit- iter Moose Skowron got the Dodgers started with a single in the i bottom half. A single by Jim Gil- 'liarn and Wally Moon's sacrifice fly got the lying run across. Gil- jliam then stole second. Davis singled find reliever Ron Perranoski. 14-2. had another victory. Dick Farrell. 10-13. took the loss. Trailing 5-4 going into the sixth. ithe Cardinals tied the wore on an error by reliever Roy Face, and moved out front to stay on la passed ball by Jim Pagliaroni before Tim McCtarver's three-run •eighth-inning homer clinched it. i Bill White also homered for St. Louis.'hitting a career high with ihis 23rd. Barber Wins 19th, Stuart Drives in 100 By JIM HAC'KLEMAN jStu Miller, with a man on in the jthe New oYrk Mets 50. ,', , „ Q rt 0,-tt i eighth inning, giving him an even! Baltimore touched loser Dave Associated i rev, sports wmer ^ RBJ ^ ^ basfiman who jM ore head for two unearned runs Now that the pennant race has!went to the Red Sox in an inter-Jin '.he first inning, made it 3-0 in all but run its course, let us turn!league trade during the winter,ithe fourth, and got the clincher to other momentous developments I knocked in 117 for Pittsburgh injin the seventh on Luis Aparicio's Mo/or ieogc/ej STANDINGS Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Chicago Minnesota Baltimore Detroit Boston Cleveland W. L. Pet. O.B.! . 90 49 .647 - Los Angeles .. . 78 60 .565 11%!St. Lmlis '" 61 .558 12',2;San Francisco. W. I' Pc«. G.B. .81 54 .609 .78 60 .565 6 .7.-, (VI .540 9',i « m ..ino i*-,!!,""" • .. 1n| 74 66 .529 16* Philadelphia ....74 « -o3J 0' 2 . 67 70 .489 22 . 67 72 .482 23 .68 74 .479 23'/i Kansas City ... .61 76 .445 28 Los Angeles ....62 78 .443 28',i Washington .'.50 88 .362 3914 Tuesday's Results Baltimore 4, Boston 3 Kansas City 3, Minnesota 2 Detroit 3, New York 2 (15 innings) Only games scheduled Today's Oames Los Angeles at Minnesota (n) Baltimore at Cleveland (N) Washington at New York Detroit at Boston (N) Kansas City at Chicago (2, twi- night) Thursday's Games Los Angeles at Minnesota (N) Kansas City at Chicago Washington at New York Detroit at Boston Only games scheduled KNEE ACTION SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Members of Notre Dame football squad limber up as fall practice begins by stepping over rope hurdles today. Players include back Tom MacDonald (23), back Jack Snow (40), back Pete Duranko (32) and back Bill Wolski (35). Team opens schedule Sept. 28 against University of Wisconsin. (AP Wirephoto) Milwaukee Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh Houston New York 73 65 72 66 .529 11 .528 11 .522 12 ..((7 69 .496 1G' in the Americcn League. 1961. Such as Steve Barber becoming! The Debt* Tigers outlasted the the top winning pitcher in the front-running New York Yankees, Baltimore Orioles' modern history. And Dick Stuart of the Boston Red Sox becoming the first player—the very first—in all the years of baseball's recorded annals ever to bat in 100 runs in a winning 3-2 on rookie George Smith's run-scoring single in the i dazzling base running. Aparicio beat out an infield single, stole second and third—giving him 35 steals — and loped in on Boog Powell's double. 15th inning, and Ed Charles' sac-j Barber. 19-10. gave way to Mil- rifice fly in the eighth inning sent in the run that gave Kansas City ler after a leadoff walk to Felix Mantilla in the eighth, and Stuart ^-2 decision over Minnesota in; belted his homer against the slow- Cards Pound Bucs, jStauntonffigh _. ^ — ^ -• . T^ IHosts 4-Team 10-5, 6th in Row ST. 'LOUIS (AP) — The St. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS > Louis Cardinals will try to extend season in both major leagues. ilhe only other AL games played, balling reliever two outs later. tookj The Los Angeles Dodgers held Smith's single was only the fifth These significant events place Tuesday as Barber Baltimore trimmed Stuart Boston -1-3. Barber, with relief;4-3 in 10 innings. Runner-up St. help, gained his 19th victory— the jLouh most ever by an Oriole pitcher;over since Baltimore came back into'overwhelmed the Chicago Cubs and'onto their six-game lead in the and ; National League, nipping Houston won its sixth straight. 10-5 Pittsburgh; San Francisco the league in 1954. 1G-3: Philadelphia blanked Mil- Stuart tagged his 36th homer off ,waukee 2-0. and Cincinnati beat Tiger hit off Yankee pitching in the 4-hour, 7-minute affair at Detroit, and came after Bill Kunkel had issued one-out walks to Norm Cash and Bill Freehan. The setback left the Yanks with an ll ! 2-game lead over Chicago's second-place White Sox. American League BATTING (350 at bats) — strzemski. Boston, .318; Kaline,: ; a. six-game winning streak tonight when they face the last-place New York Mets. Detroit, .314. Redbirds used 10 walks, i three errors, a passed ball, an in- Runs — Tresh, New York, 87; i terierence call, a mental mistake Kaline, 84 jand two home runs to batter the Palafox, Scott Upset In National Net Play cago, 158. Doubles — Yastrzemski, Bos- By WILL GRtMSLEV Associated Press Sports Writer team member last year, the gangling Florida youth with the _; divot-digging service has been given the cold shoulder this year. _ He wasn't seeded in this tour- Gables, Fla.. who is battling to : iiament. He was overlooked when get out of the tennis doghouse | the U.S. Davis Cup squads were and back into the Davis Cup pic-:named for the Mexican and Ven- FOREST HILLS; N.Y. Frank Froehling III is a long drink of water out of Coral ture. j ezuelan matches. His big chance comes today—! "Part of it is r.iy fault — I've Runs Batted In — Stuart. Bos j Pittsburgh Pirates 10-5 Tuesday ton, 100, Kaline, Detroit, 94. I for a sweep of their three-game Hits — Kaline, Detroit. 11: Ya-i series. strzemski. Boston, and Ward, Chi-' The victory kept the Cardinals 16 games back of the Los Angeles Dodgers, who edged the Houston Colts 4-3 in 10 innings. Manager Johnny Keane of the Clock Running Out for Cards seeded players went to the sidelines and one of the seeded wom-j en. ton, 36; Ward, Chicago, and Alvis, Cleveland, 31. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, and Hinton, Washington, 12. Home runs — Stuart, Boston, 3G; Killebrew. Minnesota, 35. Stolen Bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 35; Hinlon, Washington, 22. NEVV Pitching (12 decision) — Bouton, j njng out for tne S( i^^g Cards Robyn Ebbern of Australia. I York ; 2 °- 7 - - 741 - - Vnrlf 1QK 7fi(V TTnrH Meiv " .. i im ivifuiirver s mi t?e-ruii niune Yolk ' 19 -°. • Tbl '' * ord . New !jn their quest to overtake the Na- . , a , a . roA «,„ car k- 5>n-7 741 !.... , T __.__.,:__ r — » ,! run in the eighth assured the Car- Cardinals said the sloppily-played! contest — seven errors were com-i lt . , _ .., mitted - was probably due toi High Bulldogs are sponsonng a inmnni'oo nniniiA in fho Qr»Kinlc? muggy weather and the effects 01 the Labor Day doubleheader. The Cardinals led 4-1 when the Pirates scored four unearned runs in the top of the sixth for a 5-4 lead. But the Redbirds came back! with three in their half of the inning and iced the game with three in the eighth. Relief pitcher Bobby Shantz (6-3) gained credit for the victory-. Elroy Face (3-8) was the loser, also in relief. Shantz followed starter Ray Sadecki and Sam Jones to the mound. Face got himself in trouble in the sixth when a run scored while he was hobbling a batted ball. Another run scored on a passed ball and Bill White doubled in the third tally. • Tim McCarver's three-run home Wichita Tries For Title \ WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Three i weeks of rough-and-tumble baseball comes down to the wire tonight when Ponchatoula, La. and the Wichita Dreamliners battle for the championship of the National j Baseball Congress. The Dreamliners are the defending champions. Ponchatoula won the 19fil edition of the national non-pro tournament. A $10,000 prize is at stake in the tourna- ent's 63rd game. Thirty-two teams from throughout the country started the double-elimination playoff on Aug. 16. The Louisiana champions gained! STAUNTON — The Staunton the fina | s with a 2 -l victory over Fairbanks, Alaska, Tuesday night, j scoring both runs in the second inning with a single and a squeeze | Jamboree i jamboree unique in the annals of Southwestern Illinois football September 17 when they play host to three other teams in a four-team game. Edwardsvllle will battle Staunton in the first quarter of the game which begins nt 8 p.m. with Hillsboro playing IJtehfield in the second quarter. The losers of the first two encounters will play for third place in the third quarter and the with a between the winners. Admission is $1 for adults and game will conclude 'fourth-quarter battle The 6-foot-3 Froheling knocked! Strikeouts - Peters, Chicago,; Do dgers. tional League-leading Los Angeles out Antonio Palafox, one of the 16 8: Bunning, Detroit, 165. two stars of Mexico's Davis Cup teams. 6-4, 6-1, 6-4. He gave an overpowering performance. Ronnie Barnes, the Pan-American champion from Brazil, pulled the biggest coup when he elimi- The clock has just about stopped National League Batting (350 at bats) — Groat, jgox. jfor the third-place San Francisco i Giants, and the Chicago White runners-up to pace-setting rated the best amateur player in the world. tennis! because I am in their doghouse, I Froehling said. "They haven't "If I beat Emmo," % Froehling i liked me because I used to act said, referring to the second-seed-. up as a kid—but that was a long ed Queenslander by his neck-1 time ago. They shouldn't hold that name, "I figure they can't over-1 against me now." look me. If I lose—well, it's b;irk Froehling pulled off one of the to the dungeons for mo." ; big victories Tuesday in a dizzy Ranked No. 2 nationally behind!day of swirling winds and stag- Chuck McKinJey and a Davis Cupigering upsets. Three of the men's against Roy Emerson, generally; been off m>; game. Partd: \^\ mM mh . seeded K en Fletcher, one of the men Australia is depending on to keep the Davis Cup down under. It took him seven match points to put over the clincher 6-8. 6-2, 2-6, 6-4, 75. Another Brazilian, 18-year-old Thomas Koch, ousted seventh- seeded Gene Scott of St. James, N.Y., 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4, and slender Dave Sanderl In of Los Angeles, a student at UCLA, put out Ham Richardson of Dallas, 1-6, 8-6, 4-6, <j-3, 6-3. Miss Ebbern, No. 8 in the women's competition, bowed to Mrs. Yola Ramirez Ochoa 6-2, 3-6, 6-3. Culp Beats Milwaukee on Two-Hitter By DAVE O'HARA Associated Press Sports Writer MILWAUKEE (AP)—The road to success for a baseball pitcher can have its painful moments. No one knows better than the Philadelphia Phils' Ray Culp. The 23-year-old rookie right- hander traces both arm trouble and success to the curve ball. And in battling a sore elbow he ' COFFEY BREAK SEATTLE — Junior Cbffey, University of Washington fullback ana leading rusher in the Big Six Football Conference last season, humbly hobbles to SETtoday ««er breaking a foot bone in a team proc- tiAB session yesterday. A small fracture In the same foot kept the Dbnmltt, Tex., player out of spring prac- (AP Wirephoto) St. Louis, .327; Pinson, Cincinnati. N ew York in the American and T. Davis, Los Angeles, -322. ii_,e a g ue . Batting (350 at bats) — Croat,! The magic number for the Yank- St. Louis, .327; Pinson, Cincinnati, i ees j s 13. p 0 r the Dodgers it's 19. and T. Davis, Los Angeles, .322. J Here's what it would take to Runs — Aaron, Milwaukee, 103;j ma ke their leads disappear: one top of the young has developed into National League's pitchers. Culp dazzled Milwaukee on two hits and struck out eight in posting his 12th victory Tuesday nigh! as the Phils edged the Braves 20 and moved into fourth place with a sweep of a two-game series. "This was only his second j straight start in rotation in more than a month, but he looked right sharp," said Phil Manager Gene Mauch. Culp, who had a 13-8 record at Williamsport, Pa. lust year, juni|K j d off to a fine start by win ning 10 of his first 15 decisions. Then he developed a sore elbow and had u 1-6 record since June before blanking the Braves. "He got a curve ball elbow," Mauch explained. "The curve ball made his elbow a little tender. He hadn'l thrown as many curves before this year. "However, we know he had to throw the curve to win. I told him if he wanted to be a fast ball pitcher he could pitch in Triple-A ball, but that if he wanted to be a complete pitcher he had to throw the curve." Flood, St. Louis, 98. Runs Batted In — Aaron, Milwaukee, 113; Boyer, St. Louis, 99. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 184; Groat, St. Louis, 182. Doubles — Groat, St. Louis, 38; Pinson, Cincinnati, 37. Triples — Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; Brock Chicago, and Callison and Gonzalez, .Philadelphia, 10. Home Runs — Aaron, Milwaukee, 36; McCovey, San Francisco, 4. Stolen Bases — Wills, Los Angeles, 30; Pinson, Cincinnati, 26. Pitching (12 decisions) — Per- ranoski, Los Angeles, 14-2, .875; McBean, Pittsburgh, 13-3, .813. Strikeouts — Koufax, Los An geles, 259; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 234. BASEBALL HEROES By TIIE ASSOCIATED I'HESS PITCHING—Ray Culp, Phillies, allowed Milwaukee only two hits for 2-0 victory that hopped Phil adelphia over Braves into fourth place in National League. BATTING — Dick Stuart, Red Sox, hit 36th home run and became first American Leaguer this season to collect 100 runs batted If the White Sox win all 24 remaining games, it would give them 102 victories. The Yanks need to win only 13 of 23 to make it 103. If the Cards win all of their 24 games, their winning total at season's end would be 102. The Dodgers have 24 games left and would have to collect 19 victories to eliminate St. Louis. If the Giants win all 23 on their schedule it would put their total at 98. The Dodgers would have to; win only 15 to eliminate the defending NL champions. Warriors Send I Natills to Celtics j SAN FRANCISCO (APi-Willie Naulls, veteran forward who came to the San Francisco Warriors from New York last year, was dealt today to the Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association. The Celtics gave San Francisco an unannounced sum of cash and a future draft choice for the former UCLA star. I dinals of the longest winning skein iof the season. White belted his 23rd home run — a career high — in the fifth. Ernie Brogljo Q4-8) will hurl tonight against the Mets' Carl Willey (8-12). Pittsburgh (5) Player Bailey Mota Clemente 502 Muslal Mazeroskl 400 Shannon Clendenon 4 0 1 Kolb Pagliaroni 402 Boyer AB R H Player 5 2 1 Javier 0 2 Groat St. Louis (10) AB R H Willie Mays Will Rest Until Friday SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Willie Mays won't put.a San Francisco Giants uniform back on until Friday night when the defending National League champions open a three-game series against Los Angeles. Mays sagged to one knee while 4ill batting against Chicago Monday and was sent home to recuperate from nervous exhaustion. "I don't care what he does Virclon 4 1 0 While Schofield 4 1 0 Flood Sisk 200 McCarver Savage 1 1 1 Altman Face 000 Sadecki Gibbon 000 Jones Brand 100 Sawatskl Schwall 000 Maxvlll Shantz Totals 39 5 9 Totals Inning: 123456780 2 2! 200 1 0 0 0 0 Oj 1211 3 J 2 1 until Friday, just so he rests," 2! said Manager Alvin Dark after he 5 4 1 0 0 000 1 0 1 0 1 0 000 30 10 12 R H E Pittsburgh 001004000-5 8 3 St. LOuls 10102303 X—10 12 4 21 talked to his $100,000-a-year center fielder Tuesday. "Willie said he felt fine but was just tired," Dark added. Dr. E. C. Sailer confirmed that nothing is wrong with Mays that rest won't cue. bunt. Wichita moved into the championship game with a 4-2 victory over Grand Rapids, Mich., the 1960 champions and the favorites this year. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Philadelphia (Bennett 7-2) at j Cincinnati (O'Toole 17-11) (N) Pittsburgh (Friend 16-12) at Milwaukee (Spahn 18-5) (N) New York (WilJey 8-11) at St. Louis (Broglio 14-8) (N) Chicago (Koonce 1-4) at Los Angeles (Miller 9-8) (N) Houston (Farrell 10-12) at San Francisco (Sanford 13-12) American Leagire Los Angeles (Chance 11-16) at Minnesota (Stigman 13-14) (N) Baltimore (Roberts 12-11) at Cleveland (Grant 10-12) (N)Washington (Osteen 8-10) at New York (Bouton 19-6) Detroit (Regan 10-7) at Boston (Turley 3-10) (N) Kansas City (Pena 9-14 and Segui 7-5) at Chicago (Herbert 11-9 and Horlen 7-5) (twi-night) The Washington Senators fell into 10th places after their seventh American League game of 1962 and remained there for the rest of the season. No one has pitched a no-hitter against the Cincinnati Reds since Lon Wumeke of the St. Louis in as Boston lost to Baltimore 4-3.'Cardinals did it in 1941. is mighty low wages. 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Louis 10, Pittsburgh 5 Cincinnati 5, New York 0 San Francisco 16, Chicago 3 Philadelphia 2, Milwaukee 0 Los Angeles 4, Houston 3 (10 innings) Today's Game* Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N) Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N) New York at SI Louis (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Houston at San Francisco Thursday's Oames Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N) New York at St. Louis (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Houston at San Francisco Only games scheduled Alt-Wood Blanked, 2-0, InMunyGame ST. LOUIS — The Illinois State Champion Alt-Wood Merchants who were blanked twice this past weekend in the regional Softball meet at Aurora were shutout again Tuesday night by Schumachers, 2-0, in the Muny Class AA playoffs at Fox Park. Dub Lowery handled the pitching chores for Schumachers and fanned 15 for the victory. Butch Reixter pitched •» four- hitter for Alt-Wood but was hampered by his own wildness. Schumachers scored both their runs in the second toning on three walks and two hit batsmen. Alt-Wood meets the winner of the Blue Circle-Ballwin game tonight in the double elemination tourney. GOLFING NOTES The feature event of the Greater Alton Women's Golf Association at the Rock Spring Golf Course Tuesday was low net. Mrs. Lee Wrest won the charnp- ion-ship flight, Mrs. S. R. Sprauge the first flight, Mrs. Nelson Me- Reynolds the second, and Mrs. Winnie Orris the third flight. ATTENTION TIRE SUFFERERS!!! ARE YOUR TIRES GOING BALD? LOSING THEIR GRIP? LYING DOWN ON THE JOB? ... TAKE AMERICAN'S BUDGET PLAN FOR FAST, FAST, FAST RELIEF BUDGET TERMS NO MONEY DOWN 12 MONTHS TO PAY B—Pour yourself into car or truck, stir gears gently, then drive briskly down to my place. Ask for Stan.Jard Oil's Budget Plan—no credit card needed, no money down and 12 months to pay—on ATLAfiji car and truck tires, AMOCO® 120 Super Tires, batteries and all sorts of accessories. "JBRRY" HANNEKEN STANDARD SERVICE Broadway & Wellington, Alton PHONE HO JJ-I87U

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