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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1963 Cardinals Rally, Beat Eagles, 28-24 Pittsburgh Pulverizes Giants, 31-0 By JIM BECKER Associated Press Sports Writer At this rate, Jimmy Brown is going to run the mile in nine week*. The incredible fullback of the Cleveland Browns had his second field day in a row Sunday, as the Browns kept their National Football League record unblemished, 41-24 over the disappointing Dallas Cowboys. Brown ran for 232 yards, including touchdown runs of 71 and 62. With the season just two weeks old, Brown now has 394 yards, an average of 197 a game. At that pace, he will pass the mile mark In nine games. After the full weekend slate, the Browns were one of only three teams with a 2-0 record in the NFL. The surprising St. Louis Cardinals and the tough Chicago Bears were the others. The Cardinals stayed even with the Browns in the Eastern Conference by battling back to a 28-24 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. The Bears took over the top spot in the West with a 28-7 manhandling of the Minnesota Vikings In other-NFL games, Green Bay beat Detroit 31-10, Pittsburgh whipped the New York Giants 31-0 and Baltimore knocked off San Francisco 20-14. Washington whipped the Los Angeles Rams 37-14 Saturday night. The Packers rebounded from their opening defeat by smothering the Lions. Halfback Tom Moore, the replacement for suspended Paul Hornung, broke the game open with a pair of touchdown runs, including one for Ti yards, and Jim Taylor carried 22 times for 82 yards. The Steelers made their mark 1-0-1, as they scored their first shutout over the Giants since they came in the league 31 seasons ago. John Henry Johnson and Dick Hoak did the heavy duty running as the Steelers stuck to the ground. The Giants missed injured quarterback Y. A. Tittle, and couldn't get started. John Unitas had a great day for the Colts, as the '49ers continued their winless ways. San Francisco coach Red Hickey said, "It's tough each week to say how good the other quarterback was— we make them look good." The Los Angeles Rams also remained one of the 0-2 teams along with the '49ers and Dallas. The Redskins came from a 14-13 deficit with a 77-yard third quarter pass play from Norm Snead to Dick James and added 17 points in the last quarter; ST. LOUIS LE — Randle, Smith Robb; LT — Goode, Reynolds, D. Owens; LG — Cook, Silas; C — DeMarco; RG — Gray, Redmond; RT — McMillan, L. Owens, Echols; RE — Anderson, Brumm; Henke; LB — Stalling^, Meinert, Roman, Boyette, Rushing; QB— Johnson) LH — Triplett, Paremore, Fischer, Stovall; RH — Conrad, Gambrell, Hill, Wilson, Bakken; FB — Childress, Thornton, Hammack. PHILADELPHIA LE — Retzlaff, R. Smith, Mazzanti; LT — Graham, Mansfield, Gunnels; LG — Elaine, Keys; C — Schrader; RG — Skaggs; RT— J. D. Smith, Richards, Fuller; RE — R. Smith, Lucas, Quinlan; LB — Harrison, Lloyd, Naughan, Caffey, Heck; QB — Jurgenson, Hill; LH — Brown, Dudley, Wood- echick, Ramsey; RH — McDonald, Cross, McClellan, Carr, dark; FB — Sapp, Peaks, Dean. St. Loots Philadelphia 014 314 7—28 0—24 SCORING Philadelphia - Clark 28 Field goal. Philadelphia — Jurgensen 1 run (Clark kick). Philadelphia — Brown 7 run (Clark kick). St. Louis — Conrad 29 pass from Johnson (Bakken kick). St. Louis — Randle 15 pass from Johnson (Bakken kick). Philadelphia — Brown 100 kickoff return (Clark kick). St. Louis — Randle 16 pass from Johnson (Bakken kick). STATISTICS ST. L. First Downs 27 Yards Rushing 196 Yards Passing 209 Total Yardage 405 Passe* Attempted 31 Passes Completed 19 Passes Intercepted By 0 Fumbles Lost 1 Yards Panalized 50 PHIL. 12 63 159 219 24 12 2 7 6 BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING -Pedro Ramos, In diann, allowed only six hits in 11 inning 2-1 victory that gave Cleveland a doubleheader sweep over Lot Angeles Angels. Indians won the opener 5-3. B4TTTNG - Willie MeCovey, Giant*, bit three consecutive horn- ertHbr National League leading total <tf *M«d drove in five runi in 13-4 romp over New York Met*. GOING DOWN Hal Holshoy (white uniform), Western Military quarterback, is brought down by two Cahokia defenders after a short gain in/ Saturday afternoon's game on the Cadet field. Cahokia scored two touchdowns in each half to blank the WMA eleven, 27-0.—Don Hayes photo. Cahokia Air Game Beats WMA, 27-0 The Comanches of Cahokia took advantage of an inexperienced Western Military Academy secondary defense and raced to a 270 victory on the Red Raider field Saturday afternoon in a non-conference affair. Three of the four Comanche touchdowns came through the air and senior end Tom Stein caught two, one for 38 yards and one for 26 yards. Cahokia jumped off to a 7-0 first period score on a screen pass from quarterback Larry Shumake to fullback Don Karr on fourth down for 31 yards. Stein's 38 - yard scoring reception in the end zone in the second quarter ;ave Cahokia a 14-0 half time advantage. The Comanches Iced the contest in the final stanza after Western had stopped Cahokia without a touchdown In the third frame. Stein caught a 26 • yard pass and Junior . halfback Danny Gil more plunged five yards for the final two touchdowns. Karr booted three of four extra x>ints. Western (0-2) visits Lutheran Central next Saturday afternoon while Cahokia (1-1) plays at Madison. Western's game is an ABC League affair, while the Cahokia- Madison contest kicks off Mid western Conference activity. Cahokia is the defending champion. Coach Dave Thayer of the Cadets had words of praise for his defensive line as it contained the running game of the Comanches. "Ken Bohannon, John Hooper and Tom Robertson all played good defensive games," said Thayer. "They're the interior linemen. "Our timing was way off on offense. Courtney Jones, our regular halfback, missed the game because of a knee Injury and his absence hurt us. He'll probably miss the Lutheran Central game this week, too. Safety man Chuck Hyde was injured in the game when he was blocked out of a play. Hyde suf- an injury to his right thigh in the first half and was unable to see action the second half. However, he should be ready for the Central game Saturday afternoon. Cahokia 7 7 013-27 Western 0000—0 Cahokia — Karr 31 pass from Shumake (Karr kick). Cahokia — Stein 37 pass from Shumake (Karr kick). Caholda — Stein 25 pass from Shumake (kick failed). Cahokia — Gilmore 5 run (Karr kick). Wade Sparks Bears To 28-7 Victory CHICAGO (AP)—With quarterback Bill Wade picking the Minnesota defense to pieces Sunday, the Chicago Bears found themselves all alone in first place in the Western Division of the National Football League following a 28-7 victory over the Vikings. Owner - Coach George Halas praised Wade for calling a "splendid game" and then said he was glad his club did not have to return to Minnesota again this season to face the Vikings. "This Viking'team has a lot of spunk," said Halas. "They have a good team and they are going to win a lot of games." Halas probably was right. It was touch and go for the Bears until they clinched the victory with two touchdowns in the final quarter. The Bears went ahead 7-0 in the Hinsdale Win String Broken by LaGrange SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)—Hins dale's string of 31 Illinois prep football victories in a row was brought to an end during weekend action. Opening the West Suburban title race Saturday, Hinsdale ran into a strong defensive unit and bowed to LaGrange 14-7. The last time Hinsdale lost was in 1959. In the Suburban League, un beaten Evanston hung on for a 14-13 decision over Oak Park. New Trier, the defending champion, played a scoreless tie with Proviso East. X-Country Vet WEST POINT, N. Y. - Among the returning lettermen on the U.S. Military Academy cross country team this season is Tom Butler of Alton. Butler, who is a senior, stands 6-2 and weighs 170. High Series Kelly rolled a 449 aeries tor the Alton Royals in the Hi-Lo League to St. Louis Friday night «t the Bowl-0»Crat bowling lanes. first quarter, on a pass from Wade to Ron Bull for 24 yards. Minnesota tied it in the second quarter when Fran Tarkenton connected with Jerry Reichow on a 24-yard pass. The Bears went ahead to stay in the second quarter on a 36-yard touchdown pass from Wade to Mike Ditka. Wade made it 21-7 when he plunged over from the one-yard line after setting up the score with a pass to Ditka and then Wade and Ditka teamed up for the final touchdown on a 10-yard pass. The Bears, who last week defeated Green Bay 10-3, move on to Detroit Sunday. The Lions lost to Green Bay 31-10. A victory over Detroit would bring the Bears home to meet Baltimore Oct. 6 as solid favorites to win the Western Division title if not the NFL championship. Tom Moore No Longer Benchwarmer MILWAUKEE (AP) — Green Bay halfback Tom Moore's apprentice days are ended. No longer an understudy, the former Vanderbilt flash is bidding for Na tional Football League stardom as a replacement for suspended Paul Hornung. Moore, the Packers'. top draft choice in 1960, scored twice on jaunts of 15 and 77 yards Sunday as the defending NFL champions rebounded from an upset by the Chicago Bears and belted the Detroit Lions 31-10 before a sellout 45,912 at County Stadium. Although forced to share the spotlight with Green Bay's mighty defense, Moore proved convincingly that he learned his lessons well in three years as a part-time performer behind Hornung, "The 3olden Boy" suspended indefin- tely for betting on league games. Moore pulled the Packers out of danger with his 15-yard dash around end after the Lions had cut the deficit to 10-3. Then, with the score 17-10, he broke through the left side, spun and twisted out of the grasps of two tacklers at his 42 and went on his 77-yard jaunt in the fourth quarter. Smarting from last week's dismal showing against the Bears and their lone 1962 defeat at Detroit last Thanksgiving Day, the Packers overpowered the Lions with a tremendous defense which surrendered a total of 147 yards grudgingly. TOP TEN By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here's how the nation's top ten college football teams fared in Saturday games (season records in parenthesis): 1. Southern California (1-0) beat Colorado (0-1) 14-0. 2. Mississippi (0-0-1) tied Mem phis State (0-0-1) 0-0. 3. Alabama (1-0) beat Georgia (0-1) 32-7. 4. Oklahoma (1-0) beat Clemson (0-1) 31-14. 5. Texas (1-0) beat Tulane (0-1) 21-0 Friday night. 6. Northwestern (1-0) beat Missouri (0-1) 23-12. 7. Wisconsin (1-0) beat Western Michigan (0-1) 41-0. 8. Arkansas (1-0) beat Oklahoma State (0-1) 21-0. 9. Navy (1-0) beat West Virginia (0-1) 51-7. 10. (tie) Ohio State (0 0) did not play. Washington (0-1) lost to Air Force (1-0) 10-7. Pittsburgh Delays LA's Victory Party With 4-0 Victory By JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer Strong pitching has been the Los Angeles Dodgers' big weapon all season. They saw more of the same Sunday—but they'd just as soon forget it. It was the other fellow's, and it was painful, keeping the Dodgers from putting the official clincher on the National League pennant. Pittsburgh's Bob Veale and Elroy Face held the Dodgers away from the elusive flag with a two- man three-hit effort in the Pirates' 4-0 victory. The Dodgers took it right down to the final swings, loading the bases with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning with hot-hitting Tommy Davis and slugger Frank Howard coming up. But Face got both on popups— and after a string of five triumphs that had carried them to the threshold of the throne room, the Dodgers' magic touch had failed. Cincinnati had paved the way for the Dodgers by dealing St. Louis' slumping Cardinals their fifth straight loss, 5-2, and reducing the magic number to one. It's still one—meaning a Dodger victory or another Card loss before the flag flies at Chavez Ravine. Actually, the pennant could go to the Dodgers before they swing another bat. The Cards, 5% games behind with five to go, next play at Chicago on Tuesday afternoon and the Dodgers don't resume action until Tuesday night, when they open a three-game set al home against New York's last- place Mets. While the Dodgers and Cards were bowing, the San Francisco Giants were pounding the Mets. Willie McCovey paced the 13-4 romp with three consecutive hom- ers, taking over the NL lead at 43, and batting across five runs. Also in the NL— the Chicago Cubs pushed across six runs in the first three innings and went on to a 7-3 decision over Milwaukee; and Joe Morgan's run- producing single delivered the winner as Houston scored twice in the last of the ninth and edged Philadelphia 2-1. The New York Yankees, with the American League title stashed away, sharpened up their young left-handed ace, Al Downing, for a World Series start in a 4-3 squeaker over Kansas City. Joe Pepitone struck the big blow for the Yanks, a two-run homer in the sixth inning, after they had touched loser Dave Wickersham for two unearned runs in the fifth. Downing, now 13-4 since being promoted from the minors in June, spaced nine hits, did not walk a man and struck out six in his 10th complete game. Minnesota's mighty Twins belted three more home runs and Camilo Pascual became a 20-game winner for the second year in a row in a 6-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Harmon Killebrew's 45th homer, Jimmie Hall's 33rd and George Banks' third pushed Minnesota's season total to 224-^ second highest in big league history. The Yanks' 240 in 1961 is the record. In other AL action—homers by Ron Hansen and Floyd Robinson carried the Chicago White Sox over Detroit 3-2; Cleveland swept the Los Angeles Angels, winning the opener 5-3 and taking the second game 2-1 in 11 innings on Pedro Ramos' six-hit pitching and John Romano's decisive pinch single; and Washington gained a split with Baltimore, gaining a 4-2 victory in the second game after losing to the Orioles 6-3. Wildcats, Badgers Impressive Winners By JOE MOOSHIL Associated Press Sports Writer Northwestern and Wisconsin, the top-ranked teams for the Big Ten football title, launched their league's annual drive for out-of- conference supremacy in convincing fashion Saturday. Getting a head start on other Big Ten teams, Northwestern whipped tough Missouri, 23-12, and Wisconsinn, the defending champion, opened with a 41-0 triumph over Western Michigan. Both teams performed capably. Northwestern coach Ara Parseghian said he was "delighted to get out of this one alive" and praised his highly-touted quarterback, Tom Myers. "I don't think Missouri will see another Myers this year," said Parseghian. "When Missouri made defensive mistakes trying to cover in tight, we threw the long ones." Myers threw one touchdown pass for 23 yards to Chuck Logan and set up two more scores with his pin-point aerials. Pete Stami- son put the game beyond reach with a 37-yard field goal in the final quarter. There was no doubt anywhere that Wisconsin would defeat Western Michigan. However, the Badgers, after getting off. to a slow start, turned the game into a rout and managed to blank the Broncos. Lou Holland triggered the scoring burst with a 78-yard touchdown run and later took a short pass for another touchdown. Hal Brandt, trying to fill in for quarterback Ron VanderKelen, scored two touchdowns on short runs. Both teams will have more important games next Saturday. Northwestern, shooting for its first conference title since 1936, opens the Big Ten race against Indiana while Wisconsin goes to South Bend to test a tough Notre Dame team. Other Big Ten teams will engage in openers against non- league opponents. California will be at Illinois, Washington State at Iowa, Southern Methodist at Michigan, North Carolina at Michigan State, Nebraska at Minnesota, Texas A&M at Ohio State and Purdue at Miami of Florida in a night encounter. Stan Honored, But Cards Losers, 5-2 CINCINNATI (AP)-The fans in Cincinnati paid homage to Stan "The Man" Musial Sunday, but their baseball team paid little respect to Musial and his teammates as they beat the Cardinals 5-2. For the once red-hot Cardinals, it marked their fifth straight loss. It also gave the Los Angeles Dodgers the assurance of at least a tie for the National League pennant. The Reds came up with three runs in the third after two outs were on the Scoreboard. With two men on, Vada Pinson got his 200th hit of the year, a triple, to send home two runs. He came home on a single by Tommy Harper. Frank Robinson sewed up the contest for Cincinnati with a pinch-hit double to send in two runs in the eighth. The CardLnals.managed to get single runs in the eighth and ninth to avert a shutout. Joe Nuxhall was the winning pitcher. He is 14-8. Curt Simmons took the loss (or the Cardinals and is 15-9. Cardinals (2) Cincinnati (5) Player AB R H Player AB R H 4 1 1 Rose 400 400 Kaako 200 Pinson 2 0 1 Pavvleeich 400 Coleman 4 0 1 Keough 3 1 1 Harper 3 0 1 Walters THEY LIKE STAN, TOO CINCINNATI—In what is believed National League season, has never been to be the first time a team of umpires tossed from any game In his 22-year posed with a competing ball player, Stan career. The game was the final one r The Man' Musial met with, left to right, these umpires worked a game In which Frank Walsh, Paul Pryor, Frank Secory Musial competed, "This Is one picture and Ken Burkhardt near the umpires' I really want/' Secory said and Hie oth* dressing room before Sunday's game er three chimed In with "that goes for with Cincinnati. Musial, In bis final us, also." (AP Wirephoto) Javier Groat Musial Shannon Boysr White Flood James McCarver 3 0 1 Skinner Simmons Buchok Burden* Beauchamp Taylor MacKen- Totals Inning t 100 Robinson 100 Cardinas 000 Edwardi Nuxhall 1 0 0 000 0 0_0 32 ~2 6 Totals 118409788 423 3 1 1 200 1 0 0 000 4 1 2 300 000 1 0 400 3 1 0 300 32 5 7 RHE Cardinals 000000011-1 « I Cincinnati 0*1000 0 » x-» 7 I Milton Road Borbtnbop Closed Monday 1124 MILTON ROAD Nt«t Ooot (e Camp Blwtrle BIU. WOOTBN, Prop. FOOTBALL SCORES College Football Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BAST Army 30, Boston 0 Gettysburg 19, Bucknell 7 Syracuse 32, Boston College 21 Vlllanova 21, West Chester St. 9 SOUTH Florida State 24, Miami 0 Texas 21, Tulane 0 Wm.-Mary 7, Citadel 0 Duke 22, S. Carolina 14 E. Carolina 20, Wake Forest 10 Alabama 32, Georgia 7 Kentucky 33, Virginia Tech 14 LSU 14, Texas A&M 6 N. Caroline St. 36, Maryland 14 Miss. 0, Memphis St. 0 (tie) Miss St. 43, Howard 0 N. Carolina 11, Virginia 7 Tennessee 34, Richmond 6 Furman 14, Vanderbilt 13 VMI 14, Geo. Washington 6 Navy 51, W. Virginia 7 MIDWEST Bowling Green 27, Detroit 14 Cincinnati 28, Drake 0 S. Cal 14, Colorado 0 Kansks St. 24, Brig. Young 7 Northwestern 23, Missouri 13 Dayton 22, Toledo 19 Nebraska 58, S. Dakota St. 7 Buffalo 7, Ohio U. 0 Oklahoma 31, Clemson 14 Tulsa 23, Mont. St. 13 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 21, Oklahoma St. 0 Auburn 21, Houston 14 TCU 10, Kansas 6 Texas Tech 16, Washington St. 7 W. Texas 22, Arlington St. 17 FAR WEST Pitt 20, UCLA 0 Air Force 10, Washington 7 Wichita 33, Arizona St. 13 Utah St. 42, Arizona 0 California 15, Iowa St. 8 Idaho 32, Fresno St. 8 Wyoming 35, Montana 0 Penn St. 17, Oregon 7 Colo. St. 20, Pacific 0 Stanford 29, San Jose 13 Oregon St. 29, Utah 14 IVFL Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eastern Conference W L T Pet. St. Louis 2 0 01.000 Cleveland 2 0 01.000 Pittsburgh 10 11.000 Washington 1 1 0 .500 New York 110 Philadelphia Oil Dallas 020 Western Conference Chicago 2 0 01.000 Baltimore 1 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Amerlan League W. L. Pet. G.B. x New York .. 102 55 .650 Chicago ....'.. 90 66 .577 11% Minnesota .... 89 69 .563 13% Baltimore .... 83 74 .529 19 Detroit 76 80 .487 25% Cleveland ... 75 82 .478 27 Boston 74 84 .468 28% Kansas City .. 71 85 .455 30% Los Angeles .. 70 88 .443 32% Washington .. b4 101 .348 47 x—Clinched pennant Saturday's Results Kansas City 5, New York 3 Detroit 4, Chicago 3 Los Angeles 4, Cleveland 2 Minnesota 13-2, Boston 4-11 Washington at Baltimore, postponed, rain Sunday's Results New York 4, Kansas City 3 Minnesota 6, Boston 1 Chicago 3, Detroit 2 Baltimore 6-2, Washington 3-4 Cleveland 5-2, Los Angeles 3-1 (2nd 11 innings) Today's Games Washington at Detroit Only game scheduled Tuesday's Games Washington at Detroit Minnesota at Cleveland (N) Chicago at Baltimore (N) Los Angeles at New York (N) Kansas City at Boston .500 .000 .000 Detroit , 1 1 Green Bay 1 1 Minnesota 1 1 .500 .500 .500 .500 .000 .000 San Francisco 0 2 Los Angeles 0 2 Saturday's Results Washington 37, Los Angeles 14 Sunday's Results Chicago 28, Minnesota 7 Cleveland 41, Dallas 24 Green Bay 31, Detroit 10 Pittsburgh 31, New York 0 St. Louis 28, Philadelphia 24 Baltimore 20, San Francisco 14 Sunday's Schedule Baltimore at Green Bay Chicago at Detroit Dallas at Washington Los Angeles at Cleveland New York at Philadelphia St. Louis at Pittsburgh San Francisco at Minnesota GRID MENU FRIDAY Southwestern Conference Alton at East St Louis EdwardsvHIe at Wood River Colllnsville at Granite City Midwestern Conference Roxana at Civic Memorial Caholda at Madison Dupo at Highland Illinois Valley Conference Southwestern at Calhoun Carrollton at North Greene Winchester at Pleasant Hill Non-Conference Lincoln (ESL) at Marquette Jerseyville at Carlinville Quincy at Belleville SATURDAY ABC League WMA at Lutheran Central College California at Illinois Bowling Green at 8IU Culver-Stockton at Principle College (EUah) Sunday Assumption at St. Louis U. High Pro St. Louis at Pittsburgh Chicago at Detroit PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League No games scheduled American League Washington (Daniels 5-9) at Detroit (Regan 14-8) •Only game scheduled Mo/or League STANDINGS National League W. L. Pet. O.B. Angeles 96 60 91 66 St. Lou's .. San Frandsco Cincinnati . Philadelphia Milwaukee Chicago .. Pittsburgh Houston .. New York 85 .615 — .580 5V a .545 11 .529 13% .526 14 .522 .503 14V 2 ".395 .321 23 35 46 71 83 74 82 74 82 75 79 78 73 83 61 95 50 106 Saturday's Results Milwaukee 4, Chicago 0 New York 5, San Francisco 4 Philadelphia 4, Houston 3 Los Angeles 5, Pittsburgh 3 Only games scheduled Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 0 San Francisco 13, New York 4 Chicago 7, Milwaukee 3 Cincinnati 5, St. Louis 2 Houston 2, Philadelphia 1 Today's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games St. Louis at Chicago Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N) Pittsburgh at Houston (N) New York at Los Angeles (N) Philadelphia at San Francisco (N) _ The New York Met« have 13 Infielders on their roster and seven of them play second base. NFL Investigator Will Probe Conerly Checks MEMPHIS (AP) — An investigator for the National Football League began a check today of the bankruptcy records that first linked former pro football star Charles Conerly with an accused gambler. James Hamilton, tiie NFVs chief investigator, is checking the bankruptcy records of Memphis developer Maurice I. Lewis, who is under indictment by a grand jury here on gambling charges. It was in Lewis' bankruptcy By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (400 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston, .323; Kaline, Detroit, .310. Runs — Allison, Minnesota, 97; Pearson, Los Angeles, 92. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 116; Kaline, Detroit, 100. Hits—Yastrzemski, Boston, 381; Ward, Chicago, 176. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 38; Ward, Chicago, 34. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, 13; Hinton, Washington, 12. Home runs—Killebrew, Minnesota, 45; Stuart, Boston, 42. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 39; Hinton, Washington, 25. Pitching (15 decisions) — Ford, New York, 23-7, .767; Downing, New York, 134, .765. Strikeouts — Pascual, Minnesota, 193; Bunning, Detroit and Stigman, Minnesota, 186. National League Batting (400 at bats)—T. Davis, Los Angeles, .323; Groat, St. Louis and Cepeda, San Frandsco, .320. Runs — H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 116; Mays, San Francisco and Flood, St. Louis, 110. Runs batted in—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 127; White, St. Louis, 109. Hits—Pinson Cincinnati, 200; Groat, Flood and White, St. Louis, 196. Doubles-Groat, St. Louis, 42; Pinson, Cincinnati, 37. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 14; Gonzalez, Philadelphia, 12. Home runs — McCovey, San Francisco, 43; H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 42. Stolen bases-Wills, Los Angeles, 37; H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 29. Pitching (15 decisions)—Perra- nosW, Los Angeles, 16-3, .842; Koufax, Los Angeles, 24-5, .828, Strikeouts-Koufax, LOB .Angeles, 298; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 245. hearing last June that five checks totaling J9.575, signed by Lewis and endorsed by Conerly or his wife turned up. They were made public Saturday in a copyrighted story in the Memphis Press-Scimitar. Conerly and Lewis both contend that the checks were merely repayment of personal loans. Conery maintains he received checks from Lewis in the same amount loaned Lewis. Hamilton spent the weekend at Conerly's home in Clarksdale, Miss., going over copies of canceled checki and bank records of the former University of Missis- ippi and New York Giant star. Sunday Hamilton interviewed Memphis friends of Lewis. He declined to comment on any of his findings. Hamilton said NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle will announce results of the investigation as soon as he returns to New York with his information and writes a report, Hamilton is expected to report to Rozelle early this week after winding up his investigation here. Conerly has said he has been a "personal friend" of Lewis for he past seven years but never knew of Lewis' alleged gambling activities. Lewis was indicted Jan. 8 on three counts involving football bets. Ton* $ 110 WALSTON Plu» UNITED FUNDS, .*c Mutual Fund Sharet WADDELU REED, INC. Rtprmntal totally by HAROLD Q, HUBER 2602 N. 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