Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 14, 1963 · Page 12
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PAGE TVVtlAE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963 33 Straight String Broke In Prep Play SPRINGFIELD. 111. fAP>—Illi- nois high school football teams kicked off the 1M.°, campaign Friday night on a card which saw M.-ihom"t's winnine streak shattered at 33 straight. Most major events turned in victories, icnhidinc Ottawa's Pirates, woh racked up their 2fifh in a row with a 26-6 conquest of LaSnHe-Peni. Mahomet's Bulldogs, whose win- nine skein spanned four seasons. dropped a 22-0 decision to Fisher in a Sangamon Valley Conference game. Kankakee's backfield speed was unable to match St. Patrick's hefty line as the Kays dropped a 12-6 contest to their cross-town rivals. Streator clipped Ottawa Marquette 21-7 and Princeton whitewashed Morris 21-0 in other area games. Evanston, perennial powerhouse in the suburban conference, launched the campaign with a 40-0 rout of Maine East. Waukegan's Bulldogs fell before Thornton 13-8 and Rich East downed Chicago Heights Bloom 13-6. | Rockford West and Rockford East scored twin shutouts over Wisconsin foes. West edged Jancs- ville 6-0 and East thumped Beloit 13-0. In Central Illinois, Pekin won its first game under new Coach Joe Venturi, hammering out a 257 victory over Argo of the South Suburban Conference. Peoria Manual ripped East Peoria 24-6 and Peoria Spalding crushed Limestone 46-0 in other top area games. Big Twelve Conference members Bloomington, Springfield and Urbana scored triumphs against non-loop foes, Bloomington, a pick for the title, defeated Normal Community 13-6. Urbana turned back Rantoul 13-7 and Springfield nipped Springfield Griffin 7-6 on END SWEEP Ron Waltz of Civic Memorial sweeps for Wood River. No. 62 is Randy Tay- righf end in second half of Friday lor of the Eagles. Wood River won, night's game. Anderson (56) aiid Hage- 26-0—George Horton Photo, man (23) move up to make the stop Wood River Rips Eagles Again, 26-0 Ship Shuster's extra point effort Lincoln, another Big Twelve team, dropped a 12-7 tilt to Springfield Lanphier. In the south, Centralia blanked Salem 21-0 in a contest between choices for two major conference titles. Centralia is tabbed for the South Seven crown while Salem is the pick in the North Egypt Con ference. Vandalia defeated Pinckneyville in another area game. Collinsville, East St. Louis and defending Southwestern Conference champion Belleville stepped into action against Missouri teams. Collinsville clipped Roosevelt of St. Louis 14-13 and Belleville walloped Webster Groves 336. East St. Louis fought to a score- ess standoff with St. Louis University High. Wood River defeated Bethalto 26-0 and Edwaidsville downed Madison 46-12. Alton's Redbirds squeaked past Quincy 14-13 in another area game. Two Veteran Quarterbacks In Spotlight Babe Parilli and Tobin Rote, a couple of old-pro quarterbacks and one-time teammates, carry the brunt of the burden tonight as the Boston Patriot: and San Diego Chargers match their 1-0 records in the American Football League's second week of play. Houston and the Denver Broncos, each beaten in their opener a week ago, also are scheduled in Houston. The Buffalo Bills play tlie Raiders in Oakland Sunday BETHALTO — The script was the same, the score was the same and the winner was the same as last year Friday night when the Wood River Oilers overpowered the Eagles, 26-0, on the Civic Memorial field. Wood River took full advantage of its experienced backfield as 150-pound senior halfback Bob Fisher scored one touchdown and 175-pound senior fullback tallied twice. Wood River scored in the first quarter as Fisher dashed five yards for the first marker. The Eagles then tightened up and held the Oilers scoreless until the third frame when Huff smashed five yards for a score and Dick Hahnenkamp booted the extra point for a 13-0 Wood River edge. Wood River iced the game in the fourth period with two touchdowns, the first coming on a seven • yard toss from senior quarterback Lee Davis to Huff, and the second coming: on a 64 - yard sprint by reserve halfback Denny Dabbs. Hahnenkamp added an extra wint and the final score read Wood River 26, Civic Memorial ), marking the seventh time in eight games the Oilers have take to the road, traveling to Jerseyville for a non - conference affair with the Panthers. The Panthers were 19-0 winners over Marquette Friday night. Wood River (26) Civic M. (0) PJjyer Position Player Coulaon Griffith Arnold Wlntlen Hand Klrkpatrlck Shortal Davis Grlmsley Fisher Huff Score By Periods Wood River Civic Memorial LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LB RB FB A. Nave Kidd Hattery Willlson Bennett Rlccl Landreth L. Nave Miller Dluguid Klbett 1 2 3 4 T 6 0 7 13 26 00000 downed their near northern SCORING Wood River — Fisher 5 run (kick failed). Wood River — Huff 9 run (Han nenkamp kick). Wood River — Huff 7 pass from Davis (Hannenkamp kick). Wood River — Dabbs 64 run (kick failed). SUBSTITUTIONS Wood River — Anderson, Hannen- kamp, Warner, Dabbs, Cheatham. Smith, Sedecy, Bunting. Civic Memollal — Waltz, Whlpple, Erzen, Taylor, Ladd, Smith. Tarrant, Kleemen, Goebel, McMillan. Wood River plays another neighboring rival next Friday night when It entertains Roxana, 7-(i loser to Southwestern Friday night. The Eagles of Civic Memorial j fall of 19(50. 'Hurricane' In TV Bout PITTSBURGH (AP)— Mustachioed Ruben (Hurricane) Carter, a Jam-bang style fighter, squares off tonight against Farid Salim in the first fight at Pittsburgh's Civic Arena since Cassius Clay knocked out Charley Powell last January. Tho bout also will ring down the curtain on the series of nationally televised Saturday night fights. Beginning Sept. 20 the fights will be telecast on Friday nights for the first time since the Yanks Easily Won Without Two Sluggers NEW YORK (AP) - That tht New York Yankees won the American League pennant sur prised no one. That they won i so easily—with Mickey Mantle out of action half the season anc Roger Mans nearly as long—sur prised a lot of people. An objective observer musl come to one of two conclusions: The American League hit a new low in weakness, or the Yankees hit a new high in team strength Certainly this is one of the strongest Yankee teams ever put together. It doesn't have the awe some power of the Yankee ma chines during the Ruth-Gehrig dynasty, the DiMaggio-Keller-Henrich period or even the early Mantle-Berra days. But it boasts a brilliant defense, exceptional font-line pitching and one of the strongest benches of any of the 27 previous Yankee pennant winners. "It was an over-all team effort, make no mistake about that," aid Ralph Houk, who has won pennants in each of his three j years as Yankee manager. With Mantle sidelined by a foot injury for 61 consecutive days and only occasionally in the line-up thereafter, and Maris out for long periods of time with a back and hand injury, the Yankee daily line-up was dotted with such benchwarmers as Hector Lopez, John Blanchard, Jack Reed, Harry Bright and Phil Linz. It was the Yankees' 28th pennant since 1921 and their fourth. Although an over-all team effort, the Yankee success story is due to tremendous individual ef- Highland Smothers Hawks, 19-0 CARROLLTON — The break. away ability of the Highland Bull•dogs proved too much a disad vantage to overcome Friday i night as the Hawks of Carrollton 1 opened their season with a 19-0 I loss. After n scoreless first quarter lllffhlnnd winged info the lend In the second on the iirm of 173 • pound junior quarterback John Duft \vlio iwniblncd with ISO-pound junior end John Spen^el for 11 52-yard pass play nnd Hlgli- land's first score. Duff's kirk was good and Highland led 7-0 at the hit If. j In the third period speedster lleft halfback Dennis Immer galloped 53 yards for the second Bulldog marker and, in the final period with one second showing on the clock, Duft hit halfback Joe Hess with another bullet to round out the scoring. The outlook for Gerald Dlt- nuin's Hawks is not quite as bleak as the score might indicate. Carrollton rolled up 151 total yards, 122 of them on the ground. Friday night Carrollton is at Pawnee in another non-conference game while Highland visit:-i town to themselves and talking li- 7-fi. in the only other AFL game scheduled this weekend. San Diego's Tobin Rote and Boston's Babe Parilli, who alternated at quarterback for the Green Bay Packers in the early 1950's, led their teams to opening victories last weekend, each putting on an impressive passing performance. San Diego beat Buffalo 14-10 as Rote connected on 18 of 29 passing attempts for 260 yards, while Pa- rilli was 19 for 35 and 287 yards. Boston defeated New York 38-14. Denver and Houston were far from impressive; in their openers, the Broncos bowing to defending champion Kansas City 59-7 while the Oilers took a 23-14 licking by Oakl;uid and lost running back Billy Cannon in the process. In the National Football Loague, Detroit is at I/>s Angeles and St. Louis at Dallas in today's games while the Sunday program has New York at Baltimore, Chicago at Green Bay, Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, Cleveland at Washington and Minnesota a( San Francisco. BASEBALL HEROES B.V THK A8SOOIATK1) I'KKHS PITCHING - Jim Bouton, Yankees, clinched New York's 28th American league pennant with a six-hit, 4-0 victory over Minnesota that made him a 20 game winner. BA'J'l'lNG -- Ken Boycr, Cardinals, tagged two-run homer in first inning as second-place SI. Ixjuis belted Milwaukee 7-0 for seventh Straight triumph and Kith-of 17 games, moving to within 2',i games of National League-leading Los Angeles. i Ripples^ and with Harold Brand Boating Slowed Down only when placement on the hull A voyage lo Quincy last weekend by Jerry Lummy and his wife, Mary Lou, 3423 Meridocia Ave., in their houseboat revealed that pleasure craft have virtually disappeared from the water. "Boat clubs at Quincy, Hannibal, Louisiana, and Clarksvillc were virtually deserted," Lammy said. "We saw only a few small skiffs and a few cruisers in the more than 250-mile trip. Apparently the boating season has ended for most warm-weather ski|> pers." On the return trip, the Lammys spent one night at Graf ton where their boat took on a two-inch layer of willow bugs. The Lammys tried flushing them off with a hose without success. They had to scrub them off with brooms and water. The odor of very dead and overripe fish, which the deceased bugs exude, was terrible, Lammy said. Honor Club Nomine* When the Lammys arrived at their dock off Piasa Creek they pulled into the slip and forgot to tie up. Their dog, Tinker, on a leash, ran onto the dock. Tinker began to whine but botli Lam- mys were preoccupied inside the boat and paid little attention. Soon they heard a splash. "I looked out and saw that our boat had pulled away from the dock also pulling Tinker into the water," Mrs. Uimmy .said. "The dog w;is swimming hard towards the boat to get back aboard." In-as-much as Lammy w a s skipper he is now a nominee to the Boners Club. Oust Guard Killings The Coast Guard Auxiliary says that official word from Washington is that a boat towing a skier musl count (he skier on board and carry a life saving device f o r him. Tell your friends. Two now regulations also have been issued by the Coast Guard: The first permits the use of a bracket or fixture displaying the identification numbers to be firmly attached on the forward half of a vessel of unconventional design. This method JB to be employed, or permanent superstructure is impossible because of the craft's u n c o n v e n t i o nal configuration. There is no change in the rule that the numbers appear on the forward half of the vessel, nor in the requirements of legibility, size and style of numerals and figures and the extent of their contrast with the background. The other rule provides that after Feb. 1, 1964, applications for Coast Guard numbers in states which have not assumed the responsibility for numbering pleasure boats will be sent directly to the Coast Guard, rather than the local Post Office. Applications for numbers will still be available from the Post Office. Boat Capacity Here is how to determine whether your boat is carrying excess weigh.! according to the Outboard Boating Club of America: Add the weight of your outboard motor (check manufacturer's specifications), battery, fuel (gasoline weighs six pounds a gallon), and normal operating gear, such as anchor, oars, radio, fire extinguisher and the like. Subtract this total from the forst by such as veteran left- hander Whited Ford, sophomore pitchers Jim Bouton and Al Downing, catcher Elston Howard, and first baseman Joe Pepitone. "Our greatest improvement was in pitching," Houk said. "I'll be honest with you. If anybody had told me last spring that Bill Stafford would win only four games, that Ralph Terry would barely win more games than he lost, and that Bud Daley would be out all year, I'd have been scared to manufacturer's recommended weight capacity usually found on a small plate near the transom. Never exceed the resulting total in weight of passengers and extra gear. Outhoard I'opularlty The popularity of outboards has caused a shift in the United Stales j Power Squadrons, according to j the. New York Times. inlx>ards have been in the Squadrons hut now membership is evenly divided among outboard and inboard owners, and out- hoards lead in numbers in some Squadrons. No More Tax Kefumls Gov. Otto Kernor has signed into law a series of bills which provide for the monthly tnuisfer of $42,000 from the Motor Fuel T;ix Fund to the State Boating Act Fund, and appropriate nearly $1 million from the latter for the construction of boating facilities. The legislation also ends the right of refund of slate gasoline taxes for marine users. start the season. "But Bouton and Downing came through better than anyone expected and Ford had a tremendous year. Also we got a lot of help from fellows like Hal Reniff, Steve Hamilton and Bill Kunke, and Stan Williams had a fine second half season after a disappointing beginning." Houk called Linz, the scrappy infield reserve, his key bench man. "Lopez, Blanchard, Bright and Reed have done everything we've asked of them and more," said Houk. "But Linz has made it possible for me not to movejmy men around too much. He can play any infield position and of late I've even given him a shot in the outfield. He can do a lot of things, and that includes swinging the bat." Houk also singled out his regulars for praise. "And don't forget Yogi Berra," added Houk. "He's done a wonderful job in support of Elston Howard behind the plate and he's hitting better than last year." What gave Houk his greatest thrill this year. "When Mantle walked up the plate after (il days on the shelf and hit thai pinch homer against Baltimore. It will take a long time before anything will match that." Indianapolis New Champ ATLANTA (AP) - Indianapolis is the new' owner of the Governor's Cup as the International League closed out its 1963 baseball season. The Indians beat defending ALL CLEAR Roxana Shell halfback, Tom Durham (50),has guard cud in first half of Roxana-Soiithwestern game. The 53) out in front of him as ho swoops right Piasa Birds won, 7-fi.—Gporgejrlorton Photo. Grid Cards Open Season With Dallas Bv HOB GREEN Southwestern Nips Roxana Shells, 7-6 ROXANA.— The Piasa Birds of Southwestern had its Southwesfern scored (heir first lory of the season. first vic- Associated Press Sports Writer victory in three tries over the The Dallas Cowbovs. with the Shells of Friday night. Vandalia in a non-league bout. Player Position Player Highland (10) Carrollton (0) Slverly LE Rehberger LT Moser LG Voegele C Aubach RG Blrcher RT Spenael RE Auft QB Immer LB Hess RB tverg FB Score By Periods Highland Carrollton SCORING Goewey Barnett Ivors Shaw Retf Johnson Schroeder Mldklff Hetelle Ross Stuart 1 2 3 4 T 0 7 6 6 19 00000 tie, open the National Football j The key Piasa Bird drive League's -14th season tonight j in the second quarter. South-' The I'lasn Birds played control football after Dint, eventually driving down to the Koxana six where the, drive was halted by the final western scored when quarter-j K" n back Sam Kahl dashed 28 yards! Highland — Spengel 52 pass from Duft (Duft Kick). Highland — Immer 53 run (kick failed). Highland — Hess 6 pass from Duft (kick blocked). SUBSTITUTIONS CARROLLTON — Short, Alfeld, Allen. Hindelang, Stendeback, Tharp, Carter, Davidson, Rhoades. HIGHLAND — Eardley, Moyer, Buske, Nemann, Koelz. Schuepeach. STATISTICS First Downs H'lnd Car'Ptn Yards Rushing 130 Yards Passing 85 Totp! Yardage 215 Passes Attempted .. 7 Passes Completed 4 Passes Inter. By .. 1 Fumbles Lost 2 Yards Penalized .... 20 4 122 30 152 10 point was carried over by Sam's count n, junior halfback Tom Kahl. In the fourth quarter Roxana marched 54 yards for the matching touchdown. The drive was climaxed by a 26-yard pass from Don Witherow to end Keith Coleman. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (375 at bats) — Groat, St. Louis, .329; Clemente, Pittsburgh, .328. Runs — H. Aaron, Milwaukee, .13; Flood, St. Louis, 106. Runs batted in—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 124; Boyer, St. Louis, 106. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 194; Groat and Flood, St. Louis, 190. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 42; Pinson, Cincinnati, 37. fense, led by linebacker Joe Schmidt. Los Angeles finally has settled on Jon Arnett and Dick Bass as their running backs, but the quarterback situation is still a toss-up between rookie Terry Baker, Roman Gabriel and Zeke Bratkowski. Sunday, Chicago faces the de fending champions at Green Bay, New York is at Baltimore, Pitts burgh is at Philadelphia, Washington is at Cleveland and Minnesota is at San Francisco. In the American Football League, Boston is at San Diego and Denver at Houston in Satur- T. Kahl .~ ... it IB. Duncan On the attempted try for the iS ka«gs against St. Louis' crippled Cardinals. An hour or so later the Detroit!to climax a 51-yard touchdown Lions rumble onto the field march, against the Rams in Los Angeles. The rest of the league swings into action in five games Sunday afternoon. Dallas and Detroit are favored in the openers, the improving Cowboys by a touchdown and the tough Lions by two. The Cowboys, the only pro team in town since the Texans moved their American Football League franchise to Kansas City, are rated one of the most likely contenders for the New York Giants Eastern Division crown. The Cardinals never have lost to the Cowboys, but they will be without the services of their top runner, John David Crow, out with a knee injury, and corner- back Bill Stacey, out with a fractured cheekbone. The Rams, who did a lot of experimenting with their offense, managed only two victories in the exhibitions, and could have trouble with Detroit's rock-hard de- Southwestern ground out 151 pM . yards rushing. Sam Kahl car-;,, Bowling WOOD RIVER ROWL turtles Friday Night Hnwkj J. Curtis 192, Marge Wells 175169 (TiOrn. Schmidt 174, Payne 174-167. Tacketi 172, Meyer 171, Waggoner 168, Harris 167. Walter 165. Marlene Wells 165. KC Enrly Len«iic (Fridiiy) Ban- 211. Schneider 210, Williams 209. KIWI. ARENA Lucky Strike Land 202, Kumpf 234. Peck 205, Downs 236, Sheets ried for 69 yards and his Late Friday Night Men The all-importnnt extra sin managed 60. The Piasa Birds | ' Iran up 12 first downs to tune | for Roxana. Southwestern (7) Roxunn («) , . .. Player Position player Ifjan 21;?. francis 202, Chambliss Boxboard Bonnell 204, Parish 216, Chris- Duncan Alward Stewart Lucker Meyer S. Kahl extra point the football was fumbled in the Shell backfield and LE LT LG C RC; RT RI-; QB LB RB FB 216, Score By Periods Southwestern Roxana By MIKE RATKET Associated Press Sports Writer JO Bryanl200. Mathews 203, Kassing Keller jDrescher 201. Burgess' itmvi IIAVFV Kindle BOWL HA\ lv> Crause Friday Major Women nam°iuon! Harris 21*6. Recher 206, Luly Durham 222, Reiclt 218. Smith 188, Schulz MoievilS9. Tittle 183. Griesbaum 191 , 0700 7 • Voorhees 185. Nahkunst 190, Stei- 00086 Iger 1.92. i Classic ' Daugherty 235-234, Compis 237, Beattie 220, Shaw 215, Marti 214. Illinois Gwillim 205, Coontz 215, Parks 200, Secure 209. Friday Night 7 Mellenthin 224, V. Massalone 205, Eaton 210, Napoli 206, Greco 204, White 203. Onizrd Friday Night in 17 games, a 7-0 triumph over! gchulz 258 Davidson 2 43. Cole- Dodgers Split With Pesky Philadelphia ond-place Cardinals' 16th victory i 'They've got to be concerned Milwaukee Friday night built on' n 224 Terlisner 224, Clowers now. A week ago they were sure Curt Simmons' third straight shut-L™ T Ppr ; ca on Met?. 210 Fen- 11 t • i. • i i"»i »»._:_»' * Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; j day ^nt games and Buffalo is ionzalez, Philadelphia, 11. Home runs—H. Aaron, Milwau- cee, 41; McCovey, San Francisco, 38. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Ange- es, 33; Pinson, Cincinnati, 27. Pitching (15 decisons)—Perra- noski, Los Angeles, 15-3, .833; Koufax, Los Angeles, 23-5, .821. Strikeouts — Koufax, Los Ange- es, 284; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 239. champion Atlanta 9-4 Friday night, winning the best-of-seven series 4-1. Indiana[x>li8 took advantage of three Atlanta errors for four gift runs and five Atlanta pitchers were unable to stein the tide. Riverboat Smith, who relieved slarler Dick Hughes in the first, was the loser. Mike Joyce went the route for American League Batting (375 at bats) - Yastr- zemski, Boston, .321; Kaline, De- roit, .313. Runs — Allison, Minnesota, 91; our players tied with 87. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 08; Kaline, Detroit, 96. Hits—Ward, Chicago, 172; Yas- trzemski, Boston, 171. Doubles — Yastrzemski, Boston, 38; Ward, Chicago, 34. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, 13; Hinton, Washington, 12. Home runs—Stuart, Boston and Killebrew, Minnesota, 38. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 38; Hinton, Washington, 23. Pitching (15 decisions) — Bouton, New York, 20-6, .769; Ford, New York, 22-7, .759. Strikeouts — Peters, Chicago, 179; Stigman, Minnesota, 175. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Baltimore (Roberts 13-12) at Detroit (Bunning 11-13) Chicago (Peters 18-6) at Washington (Baird 0-0) twilight Cleveland (Grant 10-14) at Los Angeles (Chance 11-17) (N) Boston (Monbouquette 19-9) at Kansas City (Pena 11-191 (N) New York (Terry 16-14 and Stafford 4-7) at Minnesota (Stig- m<m 14-14 and Arrigo 1-0) (day- night) National IA>S, Angeles (Richer! 4-1) a! Philadelphia (Green 5-4 or Boozer 2-3) San Fruneisco (O'Dell 12-8) at Pittsburgh (Cardwell 13-14) Cincinnati (O'Toole 17-13) at Chicago (Koonce 1-5) Houston (Furrell 12-13) at New York (Willey 9-12) Milwaukee (Sadowski 5-5) at St. (Gibson 17-8) the Indians. The Crackers scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth, taking advantage of two Indian errors. at Oakland Sunday. New York and Kansas City are idle. LA Apparently Feels Little Pressure PHILADELPHIA (AP) — If the Los Angeles Dodgers are looking back over their shoulders in remembrance of last year's collapse they're hiding their feelings pretty well. Take Friday nigh) for example. The Dodgers had just split twl-night doubleheader with the Philadelphia Phillies and had another half game chopped off I heir dwindling National League lead by the on-rushing St. Louis Cardinals, who now are just 2!,i games hack. You would expect to find a hand of grim faced athletes in the Los Angeles clubhouse. Cer tainly the ghost of the 1962 blowup might be expected to haunt them. But it isn't so, at least outward Jy anyway. The Dodgers, with the possible exception of shortstop Maury Wills, whose ninth inning error cost ihem the first game, were in high spirits, They dug in to a buffet spread out on a table. Manager Walt Alston, renown for his economy of words, was very talkative. He seemed relaxed, and was amiable. Asked about the tremendous surge of the Cards, who beat Milwaukee and Warren Spahn Friday night, Alston saaid: "There's not a thing we can do about tile Cards until we get there." Alston pointed out that while St. Louis was winning 16 of 17 games, (hoy had managed to gain only three games. GRID MENU TODAY Western Military at Aquinas (2 p.m. on Ferguson, Mo. field) Granite City at Assumption Cahokia at Belleville Cathedral Cardinals at Dallas SUNDAY Professional Bears at Green Bay they were in and weren't con-j out and key hitting by Stan Musial cerned. It's different now. They)and Ken Boyer. •enow it and we know it." "They" are the Dodgers. I "Sure we're closing in on them I but we all realize we're still be- Speaking is St. Louis Manager | hind," Keane acknowledged. "We Johnny Keane following the sec-j can't afford to lose any more. We're just hoping that somebody hangs a couple of defeats on them." The Cardinals, who have sliced Los Angeles' National League lead from seven games two weeks ago to 2',2. got some help as the Philadelphia Phillies took the opener of a twi-night doubleheader 3-2 before the Dodgers won the night- Winchester 35-19 Victor In Opener WINCHESTER — The Winches- cap 2-1. ter Wildcats, defending Illinois Valley Conference champs, laid groundwork for another winning season Friday night with a 35-19 triumph over the Illinois School for the Deaf of Jacksonville. ISO took a 7-0 first quarter lead but the combined operations of the Winchester backfield, Roger Spencer at quar- turback, Kenny Leltze and Ken Watt at halfbacks and Gordon Spencer at fullback, proved too much for ISO to hold. Gordon Spencer tied it in the first frame with a six yard gal- sterman 210, Smith 209, Secor 207. Smith ACME LANES Duraglus 220, Bartholomew 203, The Dodgers have 14 games remaining, the Cardinals 13. The pennant winner tackles the New York Yankees, who clinched the i American League flag with a 2-0 \ decision at Minnesota. In other NL action, Willie Sfar- gell figured in all the scoring as Pittsburgh edged San Francisco j 5-4 in 13 innings, Houston's Don i Nottebart threw a two-hitter at tlie New York Mets and won 1-0 and Chicago's Cubs defeated Cincinnati 3-2. Simmons brought his record to 15-7 by posting the Cardinals' fourth shutout in five games with Ginning 220, Dodson 209, Fletcher 205. Senior City Sheff 225, Draper 224, Kolk 214, Reese 212, Stamper 206, Henesey 201, Watson 203, McCormick 203, Farmer 206, Smith 200. BOWL INN Commercial Ott-206, Hanfelder-222, Martin- 201, Pierce-222, Woodyard - 200, Jones-206, Buehlman -213, Clark- 208. Friday Men Churchich-203, Kitchens 21, Moore-202. Four Fight For Survival BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP)— Four teams were to flght for survival today in the second round of the American Amateur Baseball Congress National Tournament. , . .. In first round action Friday, lop and Roger Spencers six-yard i a fj vp .hjt ( er. His mates got to Culver City Calif, defeated Sa- touchdown in the second quarter WaiTcn S pahn, 2 0-(i. in the first vannah, Ga., 5-2 Dallas downed provided the go-ahead points. . innjng on a sij)Kl(1 by Grandpa Winchester stretched its lead stan ' Musial and a - homor b to 21-7 in the third quarter and| Bovpl , Musla , wpn( 2 . for . 3 on t|K , broke open the game with »| night, extending his hitting slreak points in the final period. A 50 • yard run by Oan Curtis in the fourth quarter provided ISI) with Its biggest thrill. Winchester visits Pittsfield in a non-conference game next Friday. ISO (10) Winchester (35) Player Position Player Saunders Baker Birdsell Shupe Nuzzo Atterberry Reed Jordan Hum) Curtis Uelaney LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LB RB FB Score By Periods ISO Winchester Buhlig Goodln Sparrow Plttlnger Benton Cooney Ehlert R. Spencer Leltze Watt G. Spencer I 2 3 4 T 7 0 0 12 10 7 7 7 14 35 | to six games. | The Dodgers tossed away the opener in the bottom of the ninth when shortstop Maury Wills threw wild on a double play attempt with the bases loaded and one out. Two runs scored on the play, enabling Chris Short, 7-11, to get the victory with a four-hitter. The Dodgers moved ahead in the top of the ninth on Frank Howard's two-run homer. In the nightcap, the Dodgers got the winning run in the eighth on a single by Tommy Davis, a double by Howard and a grounder by Ken McMullen. Ron Perranoski kept the Phillies scoreless in the Dyersville, Iowa, 5-2, Seattle tripped Waterbury, Conn., 6-3, and East Chicago, Ind., edged Coldwater, Mich., 5-3. Today's scheduled pitted winner against winner and loser against loser in the double elimination tourney. Dyersville was scheduled against Waterbury, Dallas was to meet Seattle, Culver City was to take on East Chicago and Savannah planned to face Coldwater. East Chicago scored only one earned run in its victory over Coldwater. The winners were aided by seven Coldwater errors. final three Innings in his 62nd appearance and brought his record to 15-3. Dennis Bennett, 8-4, took the loss. Ho Hum, Yanks Win Fourth Straight Flag By JIM HKCKEK Associated Press 8|M>rts Writer Next year, for a novelty, the New York Yankees are going to clinch the American League pennant while standing under a stepladder, throwing their bats on the bed, and breaking mirrors, as black cats cross their paths. That will eliminate the other superstitions. They took care of Friday tin; 13th when they clinched their fourth straight pennant, eight in nine years, 13th in 15 and 28th since the first one in 1921. The clincher came against Minnesota, 2-0. Jim Bouton pitched the victory, his 20th. The Twins' ace, Camilo Pascual, had only one bad inning, the fourth, when Joe Pepitone and Johnny Blanchard hit homers, but it was enough. The Twins fell into a second- place tie with the Chicago White Sox, who whipped the Washington Senators 5-2. They are 14 games behind with 13 to play. Detroit tightened its grip on fifth place with a 3-2 decision over Baltimore, Boston beat the Kansas City Athletics 7-3 and Cleveland edged the Los Angeles Angels 7-6 in 12 innings on Joe Adcock's homer. Bouton pitched a six-hitter and joined Whltey Ford in the 20- game victory ranks. Ford has 22. They are the only two 20-game winners in the league. The shutout was Bouton's sixth, tying him with Chicago's Ray Herbert for the most in the AL. The young right-hander had trouble only in the eighth, when the Twins loaded the bases on a single and two walks, He got Harmon Killebrew on a grounder to end the threat. Pascual tailed for the third time in his quest {or No. 19. -t-

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