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National League . . W h Pot. OB Log An«elei ....,,...47 33 .588 Ctncinnatl ..........44 34 .884 3 Bjn Francisco ......41 34 .647 3'/i Phll»delphl» .........40 35 .533 4"/a Pittsburgh 41 38 .533 *'/2 Milwaukee 37 38 .507 6'/4 St.. LouU 37 41 .474 9 ChtcsgO 36 41 .468 9',^ Houston 35 43 .449 11 New York 37 63 ,343 19<A Oamei Today Loi Angeles (Osteen 6-9) at Houston (Raymond 4-3) Ban Francisco (Herkel 5-4) at Chicago (Buhl 8-8) ^ Milwaukee (Fischer 1-2) at Pittsburgh (Law 8-6) (asco^l"4) ^^"'^'^ '"'^ Cincinnati (Nuxhall 3-2) at Philadelphia (Bellnsky 3-4) Garaei Monday Chicago at New York, 2 Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, night Los Angeles at Cincinnati, night Houston at Milwaukee, night flan Francisco at Bt. Louis, night. Pirates ..... 9 Angels ..... 5 Tigers ...... I Orioles . . Braves 5 White Sox ... I Senators .... 0 Indians . . Cards Mets 2 Yanlcs . 0 Red Sox 6 Cubs . 4 Dodgers . 2 Giants I Astros . . 8 4 3 I Reds 10 Phillies .... 8 Twins 3 Athletics 2 American League Cleveland .. Minnesota .. Chicago .... Baitimortf ,, Detroit , New York .,, Los AngelGS . Wsshington Boston Kansas City W I. 45, 38 .,.,.45 43 43 41 .,...38 .....35 31 39 22 38 31 33 33 39 41 47 45 47 Petj .616 .816. ,675 .566 .562 .494 .461 .397 ,392 .319 ¥ llMi 18'/. 21 Games Today BalUmoro (Pappas 8-2) at Cleveland (Terry 8-3) Chicago (John 5-3) at Los Angelei (Brunei 5-5) Minnesota (Pascual 8-3) at Kansas City (Talbot 6-4) New York (Bouton 4-7) at Boston (Monbouquette 6-9). . Detroit (Wickershara 1-7) at Washington (Narum 3-8 or Mccormick 3-4) Games Monday Cleveland at Chicago, 6 p.m.- Wnshlngton at Los Angeles, twinight BRlUmore at Kansas City Boston at Minnesota, 3 New York at Detroit THE RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES SECTION C JULY 4, 1965 Two Pros Hit 204, Gain Western Lead Carol Mann Leads by 4 in U.S. Open NORTHFIELi), N,J. —t?)— Six-foot-three Carol Mann, 24, wheezing and gulping pills because of a severe chest cold, shot a two-under-par for 218 Saturday and soared into a four-stroke lead in the third round of the Women's National Open Golf Championship. Mrs, Kathy Cornelius, 32, of Rancho Sante Fe, Calif., the leader through the first two rounds, saw her putting touch become as chill as the windy gusts off the bay. She faded to a 77 for 223, leaving her five shots back. Closest to Miss Mann were Judy Torluemke, 20, of North Key Largo, Fla,, and Mary Mills of Handsboro, Miss,, tied at 222, Miss Mills, the 1963 winner of this event, matched Miss Mann's 70 over the wind- whipped, 6,200-yard, par-72 Atlantic City Country Club course while the 105-pound Miss Torluemke shot a 72. Tied with Mrs. Cornelius at 223 was Marilynn Smith of Jupiter, Fla., with a 74 for 223. One stroke behind them at 224 were Louise Suggs and Ruth Jessen, each with 71. Miss Mann produced a brilliant chip for a near eagle at the sixth hole and then moved out in front with birdies on the 13th. 14th and 15th. She drove within six feet for a deuce at the 133-yard 13th, blasted out of a trap to within one yard at the 14th and knocked a 20-footer from off the green at the 15th. The leaders: Carol Mann 78-70-70—218 Judy Tourlucmke 76-74-72—222 Mary Mills 76-78-70—222 Kathy Cornelius 71-75-77—223 Marilynn Smith 75-74-74—223 Ix>ulse Suggs 76-77-71—224 Ruth Jessen 77-76-71—224 Susie Maxwell 75-75-75—225 a-Helen Slgcl Wilson .... 78-72-75—225 Marlene Bauer Haggs ... 72-82-72—226 Barbara Romack 70-74-74—227 Betsy Rawls 75-79-74—228 a-Catherlnc LaCoste .... 79-73-77—229 a-Mrs. David Welts 74-79-76—229 Clifford Ann Creed 77-78-78—229 a-Mrs. Scott L. Probasco Jr 80-74-76—230 Joan Prentice .. 80-77-74—231 a-Mrs J. Douglas Strelt 79-73-80—231! Donna Caponi 78-79-75—232 Andrea Cohn 78-80-75—233 Sandra Haync 80-76-77—233 a-Loretta Perlstein 78-80-76—234 Qall Davis 79-76-79—234 Margie Masters 81-74-79—234 Kathy Whltworth 79-74-81—234 Sandra Palmer 76-81-77—234 a-Sharon K. Miller 79-80-76—235 Peggy K. Bell 81-77-77—235 Ann Casey Johnston 82-76-77—235 Betsy CuUen 78-80-77—235 Judy Kimball 82-75-78—235 Patty Berg 79-77-80—236 Orioles Send Blair to Rochester BALTIMORE — (^P) — The Baltimore Orioles optioned center fielder Paul Blair to Rochester of the International League late Saturday. Blair, who hit over .300 in spring training, opened the season as Baltimore's center fielder, but after a good start his^verage fell to ^204. —AP Wlrephoto Carol Mann chipped from the rough to the fifth green Saturday in padding her lead in the USGA Women's Open. Reds Snap Phillies' String PHILADELPHIA — (m Frank Robinson's two - out single in the ninth inning, his third hit, drove in Tommy Harper with the tie-breaking run as the Cincinnati Reds beat Philadelphia 10-8 Saturday night and ended the Phillies' win streak at six games. Harper singled in the ninth and moved to second on a sacrifice. Robinson, who earlier drove in three runs with his 16th homer and a single then singled for the run that broke an 8-8 tie. 5 2 4 2 5 2 5 3 Cincinnati—10 ab r Harper.lf Rose,2b Pinson.cf Ronblnson.rf Coleman,lb Kcough.lb D.J'nson,3b Edwards.c Cardenas .sE Ellls.p Duffalo.p McCool,p Philadelphia—8 h ab r h 2 Briggs.cf 2 Thomas.lf 2 Rojas,2b 4 H'rnst'ln.cf 1 Calllson.rf 1 Allen,3b 2 Gonzalcz.If 0 A'J'nson.ph 0 Dal'mple.ph 1 Stuart.lb 0 Wlne.ss 0 Corrales.c Herbert.p Covin't'n.ph Taylor,2b Z 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 Totals 39 10 IS Totals .18 8 12 Cincinnati 100 003 042—10 Philadelphia Ill 000 410— 8 E — Cardenas, Wine. DP — Philadelphia 1. LOB — Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia 8. RBI — Harper, Plnson, Robinson 4, Coleman 2, John.son, Cardenas, Thomas, Allen 4, Gonzalez 3, Stuart. 2B — Rose, Plnson, Coleman. 3B — Allen 2. HB — Harper (9), Robinson (16), Stuart (14), Thomas 1, S — Rose, Herbert. SP — Cardenas. IP Ellis 2 '/3 Duflalo 3% McCool W,6-5 . 2 Craig 1 Herbert 5% Wagner IVi Baldschun 0 Roebuck L,3-3 2 H B ER BB SO 7 3 3 0 2 2 2 0 4 0 3 2 Baldschun faced 4 men In 8th. WP — Ellis. T — 3:10. A — 25,152. CHICAGO —m— Two victory-hungry pros, Al Geiberger and Jack McGowan, headed a par-busting stampede Saturday to share the 54 -hole lead of the $70,000 Western Open golf tournament. The 27-year-old Geiberger of Carlton Oaks, Calif., winner of the Ontario Open in LARSON OUT Leif Larson, Racine pro, failed by two strokes to make the cutoff in the Western Open Saturday. Larson, who had 144 after 36 holes, added a 74 Saturday for a 218 total. It took 216 or under to remain in the field of 67. 1962 and the Almaden Open in 1963 in his home state, shot a 35-34—69 over the par 36-35 — 71 Tarn O'Shanter course for a 204 total. Also at 204, nine under par, was McGowan, of Largo, Fla., whose only triumph in four years on the PGA tour was the Mountain View Open in Corona, Calif., last October. McGowan, 34, had the lowest round of the day, 33-32— 65, with seven birdies, three of them on the final four holes. He started his round I with a bogey five after his second shot sailed out of bounds, recovering with a 50- foot putt. Amateur in Running Two strokes behind the front runners at 206 were six players, including Jim Wiechers, 20, Santa Clara junior who won the Western Junior last year, the USGA junior in 1962, and was runner-up in the NCAA this year, Wiechers carded a 33-34— 67 with a 12-foot eagle 3 putt on the second hole, a pair of birdie deuces with 10-foot putts and a 12-foot birdie on the last hole in his bid to become the only amateur to win the nation's second oldest tournament since Chick Evans in 1910, Other 206 shooters were defending champion Chi Chi Rodriguez with a 68 Saturday, Bill Casper, 70; Tony Lema, 68; Don Fairfield, 69; and Rod Funseth 66. Cards a 30 Funseth had 11 one-putt greens and closed with a 30 on the last nine with six birdies on putts of from eight to 20 feet. He bogeyed the Dodgers Win 14 for Koufox HOUSTON Koufax of the •i/P)— Sandy Los Angeles Dodgers checked Houston 3-1 on five hits Saturday night, winning his eighth straight game and becoming the first 14-game winner in the majors. Koufax, who has lost three games and has not been beaten since May 26, struck out 10 and had difficulty only Ralston, Richey in Milwaukee Meet MILWAUKEE —OP)— Dennis Ralston and Nancy Richey, the nation's top-ranking tennis players, were seeded No. 1 in the men's and women's divisions, respectively, Saturday for the 80th annual Western Open championships. Ralston, the tempermental 22-year-old Bakersfield, Calif., ace who advanced to the semifinals of the Wimbledon, is defending men's champion. Julie Heldman of New York City, who won the 1964 women's title, was seeded No. 3. A field of 160 players was entered in the clay courts tournament that begins with qualifications for unranked entrants today. Regular play starts Monday, with finals next Sunday. Seeded behind Ralston were No. 2, Arthur Ashe of Richmond, Va,, first Negro named to the U.S. Davis Cup team; No. 3, Frank Froehling, Coral Gables, Fla,; No, 4, Ron Holmberg, Dallas, Texas; No. 5, Clark Graebner, Beechwood, Ohio, and No, 6, Marty Riessen, Evanston, 111. Ranked Third Ashe is ranked third nationally, Froehling fourth and Holmberg sixth, Riessen was runnerup the last four years in the Western, which alternates between Milwaukee and Indianapolis. The last men's winner here, 1963 champion Bill Lenior of Tucson, was seeded No, 12. Miss Richey's promising 18- year-old brother. Cliff, was seeded No. 7, Miss Richey, of Dallas, was the 1963 women's champion. Graebner's wife, the former Carole Caldwell, was seeded No. 2 ahead of Miss Heldman. Kathleen Harter, Seal Beach, Calif., was seeded fourth. Leading foreign entries include Dieter Nitsche of Germany, Eduardo Zuleta of Ecuador, and Alberto Olmedo of Peru, younger brother of Alex Olmedo, who was the No, 1 U.S. player in 1959. with Joe Morgan. Morgan slammed three hits, including an eighth inning homer that broke up Koufax' shutout bid. Larry Dierker, 18, Astros' right-hander, was the loser, yielding five hits and three runs in his 3% innings of work. Maury Wills' 49th stolen base led to the first Dodger run in the third. Wills, on base after a forceout, stole second and came home on Willie Davis' single. Two more Los Angeles runs came across in the fourth on John Roseboro's double, Lou Johnson's single, an error by Jim Wynn that let Johnson go to third and Jim Lefebvre's single, Dierker left after Koufax stroked a double, and Don Nottebart retired the side. Dandy Sandy Los Angeles—3 abrh Wills.ss Parker,lb Davis,cf Fairly.rf Ros'boro,c Johnson,If Lefebvre,2b LeJohn,3b Kennedy,3b Koufax,p 4 1 0| 4 0 0' 4 0 2 5 0 0 4 1 1 3 1 2 2 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 32 S 8 Totals Los Angeles Houston E—Wills, Wynn. LOB—Los Angeles Houston—1 abr h Morgan,2b 4 1 3 Gaines.rl 3 0 1 Wynn.cf 4 0 0 Bond,lb 4 0 0 Aspro'te,3b 4 0 0 Maye.lf 4 0 1 Brand,c 3 0 0 Llllis,ss 3 0 0 Dlerker,p 10 0 Nott'bart.p 1 0 0 Trlandos,ph 10 0 Totals .12 1 a . . . 001 300 000—H o«» 000 «i«—1 DP—Los Angeles 1. 10, Houston 5. RBI—Davis,"Johnson, Lefebvre, Morgan. 2B—Roseboro, Koufax. HR—Morgan 6. SB—Gaines, Wills, Morgan, Davis. 8—Wills. SP—Letcbvrc. IP H R ER BB SO Koufax W, 14-3 9 5 1 1 1 10 Dierker L, 2-4 . 3% 5 3 2 2 2 Nottebart 4 'A 2 0 0 1 1 Taylor 1 1 0 o 1 0 HBP—By Nottebart, Johnson; By Tailor, Davis. T—2:10. A—50,136. How They're Hitting BRAVES AB R H 2b 3b Hr Rbl Ave Torre 239 36 79 8 0 16 45 .331 Aaron 254 48 83 16 1 13 32 .327 Boiling 240 60 69 IS 1 3 22 .288 Menke 94 7 27 7 1 3 12 .287 Carty 137 16 39 7 1 3 11 .285 Alou 250 30 71 17 2 10 37 .284 Jones 229 35 61 9 3 14 35 .266 Oliver 161 22 41 8 0 6 19 .255 Kolb 16 2 4 0 0 0 0 .250 Woodward 80 3 19 0 1 0 4 .238 Mathews 261 38 61 10 0 15 45 .234 de la Hoz 79 8 18 1 2 15 .228 Cline 117 11 23 1 1 0 5 .197 Klimchock 38 3 3 0 0 0 3 .079 Team batting—At bat. 2529; hits, 673; percentage, .264. bat. 15th after taking two shots in a trap. Lema also had an eagle as he fashioned nine one-putt greens and three-putted three. Lema, who will leave for England Monday to defend his British Open title, sank a 50-foot putt for an eagle 3 on the 501-yard 15th, In case of a tie in the pros' chase for the $11,000 top prize, a sudden death playoff will be held today, Baxter Fades Three 207 shooters included Doug Ford with 69, Joe Campbell 69 and Bob McCallister 66. Rex Baxter, the 36-hole leader, blew to a 76 for 209. Thirty-four players were under par and 41 par or better. It took 216 or better to make the final round cutoff, leaving 67 in the field, Veech Survives Tom Veech of Milwaukee had a three-round total of 215 after shooting a 72 Saturday. His card, two-over -par for 54 holes, left him deadlocked for 51st place, 11 strokes behind Geiberger and McGowan. Ray Floyd of Fayetteville, N.C., winner of the recent St. Paul Open, was forced to withdraw from the Western Open because of pain in his right heel. Floyd kuit after completing the first nine holes in two- under-par 34. It gave him a one-under-par 177 through 45 holes. Western Scores Ai Geiberger 70-65-69—204 Jack McGowan 71-68-65—204 Tony Lema 69-69-68—206 Don Fairfield 70-67-69—206 Billy Casper 70-66-70-206 a-Jim Weichers 70-69-67—206 Chi Chi Rodriguez ...67-71-68—206 Rod Funseth 70-70-66—206 —AP Wlrephoto Hank Aaron ducked away from a tight inside pitch from Don Cardwell in first inning of game Saturday. The Braves continued their torrid drive toward sixth place by losing to the Pirates. Pirates Batter Braves by 9-5 PITTSBURGH —(^)— Willie Stargell slammed three hits, including his 21st homer, and drove in three runs as the Doug Ford Joe Campell .. Bob McCallister Prank Beard ... Prank Wharton Ken Still Tom Weiskopf .. Dave Ragan . .72-66-69—207 . 68-70-69—207 . .69-72-66—207 . .70-68-70—208 . .68-68-72—208 , .69-68-71—208 . .70-70-68—208 71-69-68—209 Bin Garrett 68-68-73—209 Re.\ Baxter 66-67-76—209 Roger Ginsberg 71-68-70—209 Dlee Hart 71-67-71—209 Dave Hill 69-68-72—209 Randy Glover 71-67-71—209 Jerry Barber 69-70-70—209 R. H. Sikes 72-69-68—209 Jerry Steelsmith 69-72-68—209 Ken Towns 69-69-72—210 Dean Refram 72-69-69—210 Dick Lotz 71-69-70—210 Tom Aaron 68-73-69—210 Robert Harris 69-72-69—210 Gene Littler 69-69-73—211 Larry Mowry 71-67-72—211 Jack Fleck 71-66-75—212 Steve Oppermann ... 71-70-71—212 Dudley Wysong 71-71-71—213 Chandler Harper 69-70-74—213 Dick Rhyan 70-67-75—213 Jim Ferree 72-70-71—213 Ed Merrins 72-70-71—213 Dick Lytic 72-69-72—213 Bill Martlndale 71-74-68—213 Dave Stockton 71-72-71—214 Julius Boros 72-71-71—214 Gene Mitchell 75-69-70—214 Bob Goalby 69-69-76—214 Bill Ogden ...74-70-70—214 Gary Bauer 73-72-69—214 Howie Johnson 72-68-74—214 Skee Rlegel 71-71-72—214 Homero Blancas 72-73-69—214 Bruce Crampton 71-73-71—215 Tom Shaw 78-66-71—215 Charles Coody 72-71-72—215 Thomas Veech 69-74-72—215 Pete Brown 74-69-72—215 Mason Rudolph 74-71-70—215 George Archer 73-72-71—216 Jack Montgomery ...69-76-71—216 Don Massengale 73-72-71—216 Chuck Malchaskl 73-72-71—216 Dick Crawford 72-71-73—216 Robert Rerlckson 73-70-73—216 Johnny Cook 70-72-74—216 Bert Yancey 70-72-74—216 Dick Mayer 72-69-75—216 Marty Furgol 74-67-75—216 Harold Kneece 72-68-76—216 a-Denotes Amateur. Twins Win, Tie for First KANSAS CITY—(^)— Don Mincher socked his second homer of the game in the 11th inning Saturday night, boosting the Minnesota Twins to a 3-2 victory over Kansas City and into a share of the American League lead with Cleveland. Mincher, who homered in the fourth for the Twins; first run, connected as leadoff man in the 11th. Minnesota—3 V'rsallcs.ss Vld'pino.lf Oliva.rf Hall.cf Nossek.cf Mincher,lb Killeb'w,3b Battey,c B05well,pr Zim'man.o Kindall,2b AUison.ph W'th'gfn.p Kaat.p Allen,ph Rollins,2b ab rh 6 0 0 5 11 5 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 5 2 2 5 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 Kansas City—3 abrh C'pan'ris.ss Causey,2b Landls,cf Har'lson.lb Charles,3b H'berger.rf L'chem'n,o Green,ph Mat'ews,lf 1 0 0Segul,p 3 0 0 10 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 II 1 0 0 Lockw'd,ph |Stahl,ph !Rosario,ph 4 0 0 3 0 0 5 1 2 4 0 1 4 0 1 5 0 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 38 2 6 01—3 00—2 DP — Totals 43 3 0| Totals Minnesota 000 110 000 Kansas City .... 000 110 000 E — Campanerls 2, Charles. Kansas City 2. LOB — Minnesota 11. Kansas City 8. RBI — Mincher 2, Oiiva, Landis, Charles. 2B — KlUebrew 2, Hershberger, Landis 2. 3B — Mathews. HR — Mincher 2 (6). SB — Valdesplno, Ollva. S — Battey. Causey, Charles. IP H R ER BB SO Kaat . 4% Klijjpstein I'/a W'th'g't'n'W,5-3'2% Stigman 'At Segul 5 Hunter 1 Hickman 1 Mossl 1 Wyatt 2 Dickson L,l-2 .. % Stock >/a I Hunter faced 1 man faced 2 men in 9th. WP — Kllppstein. Balk — Hunter. T — 3:06. A — 32,503. 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 6th; 2 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 Mossl Sox Continue to Stumble NANCY RICHEY DENNIS RALSTON LOS ANGELES — UP) — Marcelino Lopez and Bob Lee combined to pitch a five-hitter Saturday as the Los Angeles Angels handed the Chicago White Sox their fifth straight defeat, 5-1, The victory went to Lopez, although the rookie left-hand­ er had to retire aftet- five innings after bruising the index finger of his left hand when he was struck by a ground ball. Lopez, now 8-7, allowed only one hit. The Angels pounded Chicago pitchers for 12 hits as they posted their third straight victory. Willie Smith started a four-run rally against loser Jojm Buzhardt, 7-3, when he opened the fourth inning with his seventh homer. Joe Adcock followed with a walk and took third on Bob Rodgers' double before Jose Cardenal drove Buzhardt from the mound with a run-scoring single. Bobby Locker relieved Buzhardt and gave up one run on Paul Schaal's infield out and another on a single by Joe Koppe, Singles by Jim Fregosi, Smith and Adcock produced the final Angel run in the seventh inning. White Sox Manager Al Lopez returned to guide the club after being hospitalized with a stomacl\ inflammation Wed­ nesday night in Chicago. Contenders? Chicago—1 Buford,3b Robinson,rf Romance Skowron.lb Cater,lf Hansen,ss Berry.cf Weis,2b McCraw.ph Burgess.ph Buzhardt.p Ward.3b Totals Chicago 000 000 001—1 Los Angeles 000 400 lOx—5 E—None. DP—Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1. LOB—Chicago i, Los Angeles 7. RBI—Robinson. W. Smith, Adcock, Cardenal, Schaal, Koppe. 2B—Buford. Rodcers. HK—W. Smith 7. SB—Fregosi, Cardenal 3. S—Robinson. IP H R ER BB SO Buzhardt, L, 7-3 5 5 Los Angeles—."i ab r h ab r h 4 12 Pearson,rf 4 0 0 2 0 1 Fregosi.ss 4 1 3 4 0 1 W.Smith.lf 4 1 3 4 0 1 Adcock.lb 3 1 1 4 0 0 Power,lb 0 0 0 3 0 0 Rodgers, 3 1 1 3 0 0 Cardenal,cf 3 1 2 1 0 0 Schaal.3b 4 0 0 1 0 0 Koppe,2b 4 0 2 10 0 Lopez.p 2 0 0 1 0 0 Lee,p 2 0 0 2 0 0 Lee,p 30 1 K Totals 33 5 12 Locker 2 3 Hollo 2 3 Wilhelm 1 1 Lopez, W, 8-7 ..5 1 Lee 4 4 Buzhardt faced 4 maa T—2:12. A—5,021. in 4th. Pittsburgh Pirates walloped the Milwaukee Braves 9-5 Saturday, Stargell's homer capped a four-run outburst in the sixth inning and sent home Roberto Clemente, who had tripled across Bob Bailey and Bill Virdon. Stargell singled home a run in the first and tripled and scored in the third as the Pirates built a 5-1 lead and chased loser Bob Sadowski. Gene Alley drove in a pair of runs with a single and double. Clemente collected three hits and drove in two runs, extending his hitting streak to 12 straight games. The Pirates raked four Milwaukee pitchers for 15 hits. Mack Jones and Mike de la Hoz hit solo homers for the Braves off Bob Friend in the fourth inning. Friend won his fourth game against six losses although he needed relief help from Frank Carpin in the ninth. Walking the Planic Milwaukee—5 . ^ iPittsburgh—9 Carty.lf Math'ws,3b Aaron, rf Jones,cf CUne,cf Torre, Menke,ss de la Hoz.ss BoIllng,2b Oliver, lb Sado'ski.p Niekro.p Kllmch'k,ph Alou.ph Totals ab r h 5 1 1 3 0 1 4 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 Oi 3 2 2 4 0 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Balley,3b Virdon,cf Clem'nte,rf Stargell,lf Cl'denon,lb Maz'oskl.2b Alley.ss |Pagironi,o Friend.p ab r h 4 1 0 4 2 2 5 1 3 4 3 3 4 2 2 5 0 3 4 0 2 4 0 0 4 0 0 34 5 8| Totals 38 0 IIS Milwaukee 100 200 002—,'5 PIttslmrgh 302 004 OOx—9 E—Niekro, Alloy. DP—Milwaukee 1, Pittsburgh 2. LOB—Milwaukee 5, Pittsburgh 7. RBI—Jones, Torre, de la Hoz, Oliver, Clemente 2, Stargell 3, Clendenon, Mazeroski. Alley 2. 2B—Clendenon, Clemente, Mathews. 3B—Stargell, Clemente. HR—Jones 14, de la Hoz 1, Stargell 21, IP H R ER BB SO Sad'skl.L , 5-4.2 7 5 5 1 0 Niekro 6 4 4 2 2 fillers % 1 0 0 0 0 Kelley 2 10 0 11 Friend, W, 4-6 ..8 8 5 4 1 4 Carpin 1 o 0 0 0 1 Sadowski faced 2 men in 3rd. Friend faced 3 men in 9th. HBP—By Friend (Jones, Torre). WP —Niekro, Kelley. PB—Pagliaroni. T— 2:36. A—9,460. George Signs Again; 14th Year with Bears CHICAGO — UP) — Linebacker Bill George spiked the perennial rumor of retirement Saturday and signed for a record 15th season with the Chi- Icago Bears, He will have the longest playing tenure in Bear history, topping the 13-year hitch by George Trafton (1920-32), Knee surgery caused George to miss the last six games of the 1964 National Football League campaign. At Philadelphia, quarterback Norman Snead signed for his fifth season with the Philadelphia Eagles. ^

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