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Friday, August 21, 1964 THE DETROIT DAILY PRESS Page 9 : rv 5 4- 5 j- "1 . vv - '1 it - iV I BIG BRASS: Presidents Warren Giles (left) of the National League and Joe Cronin of American League in Detroit to confer with Tiger Owner John Fetzer (rear) on baseball's new Monday night television series. Cronin also took the occasion to say that he won't call a meeting to discuss last week's sale' of New York Yankees to Columbia Broadcasting System. Germans Split 011 Olympics COLOGNE, West Germany, (Reuters The east and west German national Olympic committees, deeply divided over choosing a joint Olympic team, will appeal this weekend to Avery Brundage, American president of the International Olympic Committee (I.O.C.), to settle their dispute. The two German committees decided after nine hours' argument to write separately this Saturday to Brundage asking him to adjudicate be-! only himself to blame tween their different views, iwith the result the Tigers The divided Germans ap-jwent down to a 4-3 defeat peared to have hardened !and slid out of fourth place their stand over the venue !and into fifth-place tie with ci cycling, canoeing, ana sail- i tne Angels ing elimination contests and ClhD2! Ion Usily Dujjyired It was a very happy 56th birthday celebration on Thursday for Manager Al Lopez of the Chicago White Sox. He saw his Chisox scalp the New York Yankees, 5-0, for the fourth time in as many days and also seize first place by three percentage points from the Baltimore Orioles, who bowed at Boston, 4-3. But neither the Chisox or Lopez can afford to continue their partying. Starting Friday night, it'll be Chicago vs. Baltimore in the Windy City in a four-game set which could decide the American League flag. The two front runners will play single games Friday night and Saturday afternoon and wind up with a double-header on Sunday. THIRD SHUTOUT John Buzhardt did the pitching for the Chisox Thursday and posted his third shutout of the season and his tenth win against six defeats. He was in little trouble as he scattered seven hits. Meantime, W h i t e y Ford again failed for the Yankees. The great southpaw, who has been bothered with an ailing hip, made his first start since Lightning strikes in ferent ways. Just ask Denny McLain, at 20 years of age, the baby of the Detroit Tigers. For the better part of six innings at Tigers Stadium Thursday night, McLain had the Los Angeles Angels literally eating out of his hands. But came the seventh, and bolt struck. And McLain had composition of teams. The official East German news agency blamed the West Germans for putting "pres tige demands" before "sport dif-, walks. One of the free tickets went to Norm Cash, leading off in the ninth. But the next three Tigers went out on flies to end the game. KALINE DOUBLES Detroit had scored in the second inning on a single by George Thomas, a walk to Al Kaline and Don Demeter's single. In the fifth, Jerry Lumpe walked, Kaline doubled, Demeter walked and Gates Brown doubled in the final two runs. Friday night, it's the Tigers against the homer - ladden Minnesota Twins at Tiger Stadium. Dave Wickersham gets the call for the Tigers. The Line score: NURSING 3-0 LEAD " ' t i rre nnn A Art J n 4 on fn- J-05 -"-"geies uuu "UJ u -o-i were nursing a tering the seventh. McLain got the first man out before ing reason." West German I he walked Jim Fregosi. Ex- olympic officials in turn ac-cusd the East Germans of flatly rejecting compromise solutions. Out of Town Entries On P. 10 Tiger Willie Smith, who has become a terror at bat, clubbed a single. McLlain erased Joe Adcock, but Bon Rodgers, another former Tiger hand singled Fregosi home. Then came the play which killed McLain. Felix Torres dropped one down the line toward third. McLain fielded the ball, but threw wildly. Two runs scored . . . the game was tied and Torres went to third. Julio Navarro replaced McLain and promptly served a single to Lu Clinton to send Bobby Knopp, running for Torres, across with the winning run and bringing the defeat to McLain. Dan O s i n s k i, working from the sixth on for the Angels, was tough on the Tigers, isuing only a pair of Detroit 000 020 000 3-7-2 Brunet, OSINSKI (6) and Rodgers; McLAIN, Novarro (7) and Freehan. Eddie Anderson Plans To Quit WORCESTER, Mass. Dr. Eddie Anderson, the dean of America's collegiate football coaches, has announced he'll retire after directing Holy Cross during the 1964 season. Dr. Anderson has been coaching 39 years, going from DePaul to Iowa to Holy Cross after playing at Notre Dame in 1921. His overall record reads 196 wins against 123 losses and 15 ties. Lane Lost To Lions 6 Weeks Dick (Night Train) Lane will be missing to the Detroit Lions for at least six weeks. The veteran defensive back, who ranks as the second best pass interceptor in National Football League and No. 1 among the active performers was to undergo knee surgery at Ford Hospital Friday. Lane, now in his twelfth season in the NFL, was hurt against Washington two weeks ago in the Lions' opening exhibition game. "It's a rough break for us," said Coach George Wilson, who obviously was wondering whether 1963 was going to repeat itself with the Lions. A year ago, the Lions suffered their worst rash of injuries ever. Wilson also indicated that Milt Plum, the hero of the Lions' first two exhibitions, would start in Sunday's game at Philadelphia. Plum came off the bench to beat Washington with two TD passes in the final three minutes, then paced a comeback that netted Detroit a 28-28 tie against Baltimore last Friday. Next Sunday's game will be televised "live" in Detroit, starting at 12:30 p.m., on Channel 2. Aug. 8 and was combed for all five Chisox runs and nine hits before departing in the fourth inning. When the Chisox battered Ford for a pair of runs in the second inning, it marked HAPPY AL LOPEZ the first time in 38 frames dating from last August that Chicago had nicked Ford for earned runs. Singles by Mike Herschberger, Ron Hansen, Camelio Carreon and Buzhardt provided Chicago with the runs in the second. Chicago added a single marker in the third and two more in the fourth. END WITH 6-12 The series sweep helped Chicago atone for its early-season miseries against the Yankees. Until a week ago, the Yankees had trimmed the Chisox ten straight times. Now with the season's series over, the Chisox stand 6-12 against the defending champs, who have slipped 42 games off the pace as they head into Boston for a weekend series. About all that's bright for the Yankees is that they have no games left with either Chicago or Baltimore. Baltimore lost more than first place and Thursday's game. They also saw star outfilder John (Boog) Powell suffer a fractured wrist which will sideline him for at least a month. Powell had been hitting .282, with 80 RBI's and 31 homers. Powell was hurt when he crashed into the wall while chasing rival hurler Dave Morehead's liner in the second inning. The drive followed Bob Tillman's homer with Frank Malzone aboard. Morehead reached second and scored on Dalton Jones' triple. An error then admitted Jones. That ended the Boston scoring and Morehead needed the help of ace relief Dick Radatz to hold off the Orioles, who staged a belated rally which fell short Rocky Colavito slammed across the tieing and winning runs as Kansas City rallied for four markers in the eighth to knock off Cleveland, 7-4. Chicago Baltimore New York Minnesota DETROIT Los Angeles 63 Cleveland 56 Boston 56 Washington 49 Kansas City 44 Thursdays Driver Injured WEST ALLIS, Wis. Walt Hanzger, tuning up for Sunday's 200-mile race for Indianapolis-type car, suffered a severe concussion and burns Thursday when his car slam med against a retaining wall Major League Standings American League W L PCT.GB. 47 .614 47 .611 50 .584 4Vi 60 .508 13 62 .504 13 62 .504 13 66 .459 20 66 .459 10 75 .395 27 76 .375 30 esults 75 74 69 61 63 Chicago 5, New York 0. DETROIT 3, Los Angeles 4. Boston 4, Baltimore 3. Kansas City 7, Cleveland 4. Only games scheduled. Friday's Games Minnesota at DETRIOT, 8 p.m. New York at Boston (N) Los Angeles at Cleveland (N) Baltimore at Chicago (N) Kansas City at Washington (N) National League W L PCT. GB Philadelphia 73 S. Francisco 67 Cincinnati 67 St. Louis 64 Pittsburgh 63 Milwaukee 62 Los Angeles 58 Chicago 56 Houston 50 New York 39 Thursday Results Cincinnati 10, San Francisco 7. Philadelphia 2-3, Pittsburgh 0- 2. Milwaukee 8, Los Angeles 2. Only games scheduled Friday games Cincinnati at Los Angeles Pittsburgh at Philadelphia St. Louis at Houston Milwaukee at San Francisco Chicago at New York 47 54 54 55 57 56 60 64 71 82 .608 .553 6 .553 6 .538 9 .525 10 .525 11 .491 14 .467 17 .413 23 .322 34 Big Surprise! J. J. Vaughn of Grosse Pointe Shores scored a hole-in-one at Maple Lane while preparing for the Lochmoor Invitational. The shot was made in semi-darkness and several minutes were spent hunting for the ball. Finally somebody suggested looking into the cup. Sure enough, that's where the ball was! Instinl Any Size! j One Price! (5) (9) Brand New Firsts! Net R treads 7 5014 "800-14 8 50-14 6 70-15 7.T015 760-15 6 0016 160013 '6 50-13 "5 0-15 560-15 6 0015 "6 50-15 560-13 6.40-13 30 Month Rood Hazard Guarantee FAO- PA in Oft MANl FACTl REM PIUCX Brand new black tube type, pk) lax and any old treadable tire of size purchased. Add S3 00 far whrtewaHs orVibeless. 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