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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 25

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Kfational League hot Angeles J7 ctnotnnatt .'. ..,.j,..5J W L Pet. OB .SW Ml . .554 .54* .511 .505 i500 .457 .484 .326 5 6V. 7 nV4- 12 24 San Francisco 51 Milwaukee .; ...51 Fhlladelphl* .......<,.4S Pittsburgh ,49 St. Louis ....45 Houston .43 Chicago :...44 New York .31 Games Today . , Philadelphia (Belinsky 3-7 and Culp 8-6) at New York ^ (Cisco 1-6 and Jack- '"plttsburgh (Veale 10-7 and Bchwsll S-3 or Olbbon 2-S) at Chicago (Koonce 7;-8 and Hendley 1-2 or Paul 0-2). Cincinnati (Maloney 11-4) at Houston (Bruce 7-11) • Milwaukee (BadowskI 5-5) at San Francisco (Marlchal 18-7). _ ^ , St. Louis (Simmons 6-9) at Los Angeles (Osteen 7-11). Giants ....... 4 Braves . . 2 Tigers.........7 White Sox ... 4 Piratis ..i .....8 Cubs..........5 Senators 9 Athletics 2 Astros ...... 4-0 Phillies 5 Cards . . Reds 2-2 Mets.......... I Dodgers Red Sox 8 Indians 3 Orioles. Angels 5 Yankees 0 Twins ... . . 3 . . 2 3 I Ameritdn Leadue w L Pet." at Minnesota 8» 38 «« Biiltlmore^..........86 38 .SM,, Cleveland .84 39 ^ „ .881 Detroit .......}? 2», ill Chicago 81 41 ,.684 New Itorl .k:;:::::::.« »»-.m » .. 88 .427 34 B» .368 24 tos'.Angeies ........J6 WashlngTon Boston Kansas City.-.. 29 60 ,326,27 OaBies Today rr ^l^ratk ^-V) Kansas City <0'Donoghue 4-13 And ?«8"l «t Washington (Narum 410 And Loplltz 3-G) Cijlcago (John 8-3 and Howard 4-8) at^^Detrolt (Lolich 10-5 and McLaln THE RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES SECTION C JULY 25, 1965 Giants Edge Braves 4-2 on Errors —AP Wirephoto Leadoff hitter Felipe Alou of the Braves showed his injured left hand to trainer Robert Feron as teammates and manager Bobby Bragan (10) watched. Alou was hit by a pitched ball. Before play was resumed Giants' Hurler Bob Shaw was banished from the mound. He had argued the ball hit the bat first. Mays Ties Came as Infield Plays SAN FRANCISCO — m — Willie Mays reached first base on an error, then came all the way around with the tying run on two more errors, sparking San Francisco to a 4-2 triumph over Milwaukee Saturday. Mays got aboard in the sixth inning on a fielding error by shortstop Woody Woodward. Pitcher Hank Fischer tried to pick Mays off first, but his tiirow was wild and Mays raced to third. Then, Mays got up and dashed home as second baseman Frank Boiling, who had retrieved Fischer's throw along the right field line, threw past Ed Mathews at third. One out later, Tom Haller hit a homer off Fischer. The Giants added another run in the seventh on a double by Dick Schofield and a two-out single by Ken Henderson, who replaced Mays in center' field after Mays, re- bruised the right hip he damaged before the All-Star break in a spectacular plate slide in Philadelphia. The game got off to a wild start when Giant starter Bob Shaw hit leadoff batter Felipe Alou with a pitch. Shaw was thrown out of the game after arguing vigorously that the ball hit Alou's bat before it hit the batter. The Braves eventually scored in the inning on Joe Torre's single. Mllwauliee—3 P.Alou.lb Jones, cf Aaron.rf Torre, c Mat'ews,3b Carty.U Cline.pr Dlllard.ph BoUlng,2b Woodward.ss Oonder.c Plscher,p, delaHoz,ss 35 4 10 0(HI—2 10)1—« Fischer, Totals 31 2 5| Totals Milwaukee 100 001 San Francisco .000 013 E — Mathews. Woodward, Soiling. DP—Milwaukee 1. San Francisco 1. LOB—^Milwaukee 5, San Francisco 8. RBI—JoncB, Torre, Henderson. Haller. 2B—Carty, Schofield. 3B—Wood­ ward. HR—Jones (17). Haller (7). 8F— Gabriclson. IP H R ER BB SO Fischer L, 4-4 5'A 7 3 1 1 4 Kelley % 0 0 0 0 0 Lemaster 2 3 1 1 0 2 Shaw 0 0 1 1 0 0 Bolln W, 5-4 . 6 4 1116 Llnzy 3 10 0 11 Shaw faced 1 man in 1st. HBP—By Shaw, Fischer. T—2:44. A —22,881. Nuxhall Allows Only Hit in 8th HOUSTON — m — Joe Nuxhall pitched hitless ball for lYs innings and wound up with a one-hitter as Cincinnati gained a split of a dayrnight doubleheader against the Houston Astros Saturday, winning the night game 2-0. Don Nottebart had pitched six innings of no-hit ball in the opener and finished with a three-hitter and a 4-2 vic- Pitchers' Day First Game {Houston—1 ab r h 3 0 0 4 1 1 4 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 Morgan,2b Mayclf 4 Wynn.cf 3 Bond.rf 4 Ocntllclb 2 AspromontB,3b 4 , . Brand,c 2 3 0 0Llllls,65 3 2 0 0|Nott'bart,p 2 1 1 l' ab r h 0 0 0 0 1 0 Cincinnati—2 Harper,lf Rose, 2b Pinson,cf Robinson,rf Coleman,lb Jrhnson.3b Edwards,c" Cnidcnas.ss Enis,p Shamsky.ph Totals 39 2 31 Totals 2K 4 A Cinclnnall ««« 0(10 10 i—2 Il'iliston 000 013 OOx—4 E — Llllls. DP — Cincinnati 2, Housto' 1. LOB — Cincinnati 1, Houston 8. RBI — Harper, Robinson, Morgan, Bond. Aspromonte. Nottcbsrt. 2B — Wynn. 3B — Morgan, Rose, Shamsky. SB — Wynn. SF — Harper. IP H R ER BB SO Ellis L,13-8 ..5 6 4 4 4 3 D.iMalo , ... I/D 0 0 0 2 0 Davidson ... 2% 0 0 0 2 4 Notfbart W,2-7 9 3 2 2 0 4 Ellis faced 4 men In 6th. WP — Duffalo. T — 2:12. A—30,738. SECOND GAME Cincinnati—3 Harper.lf Rose,2b Plnson,cf Robinson,rf Coleman.lb Kcough.lb Johnson,3b Edwards,c Cartlcnas.ss Nuxhall,p Totals ab 4 4 4 4 3 0 4 3 3 r h 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 I Houston—0 Morgan,2b Maye.lt Wynn,cf Thomas.lb Aspro'te,3b Gaines.if Trlandos,c LllHs.ss Parrell.p Bond.ph ab 3 4 3 4 3 2 3 3 r h 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 tory for the Astros. Nuxhall, who was the youngest major league player ever when he pitched for the Reds at the age of 15 in 1944, struck out 11 batters, including five in a row at one stretch. He fanned Frank Thomas four times. The 37-year-old southpaw's bid for a no-hitter was broken by Bobby Lillis, who singled sharply to center with one out in the eighth. Until Lillis' 31 2 6| Totals 38 0 1 Cincinnati 000 IMIO 020—2 Houston 000 000 000—0 E—Thomas. LOB—Cincinnati 5, Houston 4. RBI—Rose 2. 3B—Rose. S—Nuxhall. IP H R ER BB so Nuxhall W, 7-3 9 1 0 0 2 11 Farrell L, 7-4 8 6 2 2 1 4 Owens 1 0 0 01 1 HBP—By Nuxhall, Wynn. T—1:66. A—42,505. Indians' Sam McDowell Shuts Out Yankees 3-0 CLEVELAND—Southpaw Sam McDowell shut out the New York Yankees on five hits for his 10th victory, and Leon Wagner clouted his 18th homer as the Cleveland Indians downed the Yankees 3-0 Saturday night. Wagner gave McDowell all the margin he needed when he hit a solo homer in the third off Pete Mikkelsen, 3-7. But , the Indians came up with two more runs on fourth-inning singles by Joe Azcue, Pedro Gonzalez, Larry Brown and Max Alvis. Gonzalez had two other hits, McDowell struck out 10 Yankees, getting Mickey Mantle three times. It was the 10th time that McDowell has fanned more than 10 men in a game this season and ran his league-leading total.to 186. Sam-pson New York—0 Rlch '8on ,2b Linz.ss Mantlclf Trcsh,cf Howard,c Pepltonc.lb Lopez.rf Boycr,3b Mlkk'scn.p Kubek,ph ab r 2, 0 1 0 ICIeveland—3 Brown,ss Alvls,3b Wagner.lf. ColaoitOirf Whitfield.lb Hlnton.cf Azcue.o Salmon.pr Roof,c Gonzalez,2b M'Dow'll,p abrh 6 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Totals :<3 0 Si Totals US S 10 New York 000 000 000—0 Cleveland 001 200 OOx—3 E—McDowell. LOB—New York 8, Cleveland 11. RBI—Brown, Alvls, Wagner. 2B— AlvIs, Gonzalez. HR—Wagner ri8i. SB—Wagner. S—McDowell. IP H IT ER BB so Mlkk'sen L, 3-7 5% 9 3 3 1 Blanco Vb 0 0 0 RenlJl 2 10 0 M'Dow'II W, 10-7 9 5 0 0 HBP—By Mikkelsen, Azcuc, Alvis. PB—Azcue. T—2:33. A—21,136. 0 1 2 10 TAKES LEAD HAMBURG, Germany—(i?) —Ramon Sota of Spain shot a 68 Saturday and took a one- stroke lead at 138 at the halfway mark of the German Open Golf Chamnjonships. hit Nuxhall had allowed only three runners, two on walks and one on a hit batsman. The Reds broke a scoreless tie in the eighth when Pete Rose's triple drove in Leo Cardenas and Tommy Harper, who had reached on singles. Rose had spoiled Notte- bart's no-hit bid in the first game, leading off the seventh with a triple on the first pitch and then scoring on Frank Robinson's single. Look Like Mets ab r h 3 0 0 4 2 2 4 0 0 4 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 01 4 0 0! 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 San Francisco—i ab r h Schof'Id.ss Davenp't,3b McCovey.lb Mays,cf Hend'son.cf J.Alou.rl Haller.c 0'br'ls'n,lt Lanler,2b Shaw.p Bolin,p Burda,ph Peters'n,plJ Linzy,p 3 1 1 4 0 1 4 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 1 4 0 1 4 1 1 4 1 2 4 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 Freddie Mills M, Killed LONDON —(^)— Freddie Mills; former world champion light heavyweight boxer, died early today from a gunshot wound, police reported. He was shot down in the street near his night club in London's Charing Cioss Road shortly after 1 a.m. He was rushed to Middlesex Hospital but was dead on arrival. Mills, 46, was a one-fight champion, winning the title from Gus Lesnevich in London, July 26, 1948, and losing it to Joey Maxim in his first defense, also in London, Jan. 24, 1950. Maxim, from Cleveland, knocked out Mills, then 31, in the 10th round and shattered his jaw. Mills retired the following day, and later had five slivers of bone removed from his jaw. Mills, who made his way from the carnival circuit to the world title, resisted every offer and every effort to lure him from England.- —AP Wirephotos MET SURE THING - New York Mets are not Jcnown for their adeptness at pitching, hitting, running—or catching the ball. Catcher Chris Cahhizzarowas no different than his teammates Saturday as he confidently got under a pop foul off the bat of Philadelphia's Bobby Wine, left. He also was no different, right, as the confidence proved unearned and he hobbled the ball for an error. Orioles Topple Twins 3-1 on Powell's Homer in 8th BALTIMORE —(m— Boog Powell's leadoff homer in the eighth inning broke a 1-1 tie and the Baltimore Orioles went on to a 3-1 victory over the American League-leading Minnesota Twins Saturday night. WINS SINGLES CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.— (m — Top-seeded Richard Stockton of Garden City, N. Y. defeated his top challenger, Erik Van Dillen of San Mateo, Calif., 7-5, 6-1, for the singles championship of the 14-under division in the National Boys and Girls Tennis Tournament Saturday. Powell whipped his eighth home run of the year 410 feet over the center field fence opening the eighth against Bill Pleis, the Twins fourth pitcher. Later in the eighth, Jerry Adair walked and scored all the way from first on relief pitcher Dick Hall's long double. The Orioles had tied the score in the sixth on a single by Norm Siebern, a sacrifice and Powell's single to left. Minnesota scored its run in the fifth on Joe Nossek's double and Zoilo Versalles single. It was the Orioles' second straight victory over the Twins and left runner-up Bai- imore 2^4 games behind. Power Failure Minnesota—1 V'salles.ss Rolllns.3b Oliva.rf Kllleb-w.lb AlUson.lf Battcy.c V'ld'plno.ph Zlm'man.c Nossek,cf Minchei-.ph Quilici,2b Pascual,p J. Hall.cf Baltlmnre—3 abrh ab r h 4 0 1 Snyder.cf Johnson,ss 5 0 0 4 0 0 Snyder.cf Johnson,ss 5 0 1 4 0 2 Siebern,lb 4 1 2 3 0 0 Bowens,rf 0 0 0 3 0 1 Robinson,3b 2 0 0 2 0 0 Blefory.lf 1 0 1 1 0 0 Brandt.cf 0 0 0 0 0 0 Powell.lf 4 1 3 2 1 1 Orslno.c 2 0 0 1 0 0 Brown,c 0 0 0 4 0 1 Adalr,2b 3 1 0 2 0 1 McNally.p 1 0 0 2 0 0 Lau,ph 0 0 0 Warwick,ph 1 0 0 R. Hall,p . 1 0 1 32 1 7 Totals 2» 3 8 Totals Baltimore 000 OOt 02x—.1 E—Johnson. DP—Minnesota 1. Baltimore 1. LOB—Minnesota 8, Baltimoro RBI—Versalles, Powell 2, R. Hail. 2B—Nossok, Siebern. R. Hall. HR— Powell (81. SB—Ollva. S—Robinson. Nossek. IP 5 "a Pascual Worthington Roggenburk .... •'H Plcls L, 4-3 1'/, Stlgman ^'3 McNally ... 6 R. Hall W. 8-3 3 _ HBP—By Pascual, Orslno. T—2:47. A—30,163. H R ER BB SO 4 115 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 Davis' Error in 10th Gives Cards 3-2 Win BROWN IS BACK — Jim Brown took a handoff from quarterback Frank Ryan as the Cleveland Browns went through their first jBcrimmage of the summer session —AP Wirephoto Saturday. Brown checked into camp after being ac- quited on assault and battery charges brought by an 18-year-old girl. A jury found him im?.ocent. LOS ANGELES — (/P) — Willie Davis' two base error enabled Lou Brock to score the tie-breaking run in the 10th inning, giving St. Louis a 3-2 victory over Los Angeles Saturday night. Brock singled to right with two out in the 10th and then raced home when Davis dropped Dick Groat's shallow pop fly. The run came against Ron Perranoski who had relieved Dodger starter Sandy Koufax after Manager Walt Alston used pitcher Don Drysdale to bat for Koufax during a ninth inning rally. Drysdale struck out. Koufax struck out eight and ran his career record to 1,919, breaking the Dodger club record held by Dazzy Vance. The Dodgers staked Koufax to an early 2-0 lead but he couldn't hold it. Maury Wills WILL DEFEND TFTLE PHILADELPHIA — m — Middleweight champion Joey Giardello said Saturday he will defend his title in Philadelphia during November or December. hit a first-inning triple off Sa- decW and scored on Lou Johnson's sacrifice fly. It became 2-0 in the third when Wes Parker walked, reached third on Johnson's single and scored on a sacrifice fly by Ron Fairly. Bob Uecker hit a two-out homer that struck the top of the left field fence in the fifth inning for St. Louis' first run. The Cards tied it in the sixth when Brock opened with a single, stole second, took t'lird on an infield out and scored on Curt Flood's sacrifice fly. Homers Saturday AMERICAN LEAGUE Ward. White Sox (6) Cash, Tigers (lOi Kaline, Tigers (16) Freehan, Tigers |7) Green, Athletics (12) Bryan, Athletics (81 Kirkland, Senators (U) Lock, Senators 2 ill) Pregosi. Angels 3 (11) Gosger, Bed Sox (4t Wagner, Indians (181 Powell, Orioles (8) NATIONAL LEAGue Jones, Braves (17) Haller. Giants (7» Virdon, Pirates (2) Clemente, Pirates (4) Santo, Cubs (19) Williams. Cubs (15) Covington. Phillies (4) Stuart. Phillies (171 Lewis. Mets (12) Uecker, Cards i2)

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