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   Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1963, Syracuse, New York                               Chiefs Nip Indianapolis, 3 to 2 Thursday, August 8, 1963 Davis Homers in llth Smith Goes Route for 7th Straight Win Victory Boosts Syracuse Lead To Three Games By JACK ANDREWS The Syracuse Chiefs squeezed out a 3-2 victory over the Indianapolis Indians ,1351 night for a sweep of the three-game series between the International League's divisional leaders. While the Indians remain com- fortably ahead in the Southern Division, the Chiefs loosened up the Northern race by moving three games in front of was hvo oub horn ter and four above Buffalo, their opponent in the next two games. Skipper Frank Carswell got his third successive "for pitching performance with Won- consecutjve 200 strikeout derful Willie Smith coming' ons He now has a total of through this time after continu- ally geting out of trouble. Yields 10 Hits Dodgers Shade Cubs By 3-1 CHICAGO Davis' llth inning leadoff homer on the first pitch by reliever Lindy McDaniel led the lead-leading Los Angeles Dodgers to a 3-1 triumph over the Chicago Cubs Wednesday, but Sandy Koufax failed in his bid for his 19th victory and llth shutout of the year. RonppraskreewdKota Yanks Wallop Senators, H" Hit I Homers WASHINGTON Pep- itone and Elslon Howard hit hom- ers and Bobby Richardson hit a base. clearing double Wednesday night as the New York Yankees for the Dodgers in the Koufax was two outs away from received credit for The Dodger lolly, however, struck out 11 batters in pitching nine scoreless innings and tied 210 strikeouts this year. Tommy Davis hit McDaniel's first pitch onto the left field cat- Willie gave up 10 hits, fanned'walk for his lOlh home run of the five batters and' walked two The Dodgers added an in- earning his seventh straightisurance run when Willie Davis Syracuse victory, liis third sinceibeat out an infield single, stole returning from the parent Detroit'second, went to third on a single club and his llth in 13 decisions jby Al Ferrara and scored on a battered Washington 9-1. altogether 'flv ball by Marv Breeding. and a I Us runs siwith an ,3.4 record and W9 strike- ninth loss compared to sx wns the National Warren Hacker hurled the Pepitone started the rout Johnson Only Chief on IL All-Star Roster NEW YORK Coker, veteran Toronto catcher, is the only unanimous choice on the In- ternational Baseball League's All- Star team which will play the New York Yankees in Buffalo on Aug. 19, league president Tommy Richardson said Wednesday. The IL starting line-up was picked by the managers of the 10 clubs in the circuit. No manager could vote for players on his own team and Coker got ail nine of the permissable ballots. Coker, property of the Mil- waukee Braves, is the league's eading hitter at .322. Second highest among the vote getters was Don Buford, third baseman at Indianapolis. He got eight with one tally each going to Legrant Scott of Syracuse and Ossie Virgil of Rochester. Buford is a Chicago White Sox prospect. The managers were to have picked only 10 players, including both a righl-handcd and a left- handed pitcher, but when a tie developed for the mitficld posts Richardson announced five gar- deners. Casey Wise of Jacksonville, who ill direct the All-Stars in the game with the world champions, will pick 10 or more additional players to round out his squad. The All-Star team: Buddy Barker, Jacksonville, Ib; against Steve Ridzik witli his Gonzales, Richmond, 2b; homer a three-run blow, in 3b; Jerry Bucgek. At- first inning, and the Yanks werellanta, ss: Sam Bmvens. Rochester off and running. With this kindlBob Burda, Columbus; Richie Downing had a .Allen, Arkansas; Lou Johnson, Hickman Hits for Cycle nals at the Polo Grounds. It was the first time a Mets I formance by hitting the ball over player had accomplished the feat in the club's two years of ex- stencc. The veteran Duke Snider also rapped out three hits, all singles, Mets Trounce Cardinals, 7-3 NEW YORK (AP) Third baseman Jim Hickman marie history for the New York Mels Wednesday when he hit for the double, triple and home leading his team to a 7-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardi- in the 11-hit attack by the Na- tional League tailenders. Alter hitting a single, double and triple in his first tliree limes at bat, Hickman climaxes his per- Help Indians Nip Birds, 4- BALTIMORE two-run uprising in the third inning and solo homers by Joe Azcue and Fred Whitfied powered the Cleve- s! land Indians to a 4-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles Wednesday night. The Indians, robbed of several C" more runs by an alert Baltimore! _) r i u j i i Broglio D 1 i) n 0 defense, also numbered two clou-' Bm-rirttc p o n o the roof in left field for a home run at the start of the sixth iiv ning. It was his 10th homer of the season. He flied out in his fifth appearance in the eighth. Dick Groat, St. Louis shortstop, also hit a home sixth of the the Scoreboard left to start the sixth inning. Tracy Stallard pitched for the Mets. going the route and allow- six hits in recording his fifth victory against 10 defeats. The pennant minded Cards sent a parade of hurlers lo the mound, starting with Ernie Broglio. the loser, and followed by Lew Bur- dctte. Barney Schultx. and the ex- Mel, Ken The Mels scored two runs in Ihe second on two hits and an error and four in the sixth on four hits, including Hickman's triple. A single bv Bill White scored two of the Cards' runs the fifth. ST. LOU15 Flood cf NEW YORK ih r h bt ah r h bl a 1 2 0 Hicknmn 3b 5 2 -1 2 4M1 Carmet Ib .1100 11 2 Hunt 2b Smrirr rf ft 1 0 Tlinmfif 1 4 0 II I) Hicks ct Coin I n n -1032 4 n 2 1 4 i i n 4 n i i 4101 has 210 strikeouts as league lead- pr ylls ?cason aller winning Rollie Hcmsley's crew which hasilast fpa5on an NL: seen making a runaway of lfl6L Tne American! League 20fl-or more consecutive run single by Tom Trcsh, and an- other three in the fifth on Rich- ardson's double with the bases loaded. this season afler whiffing 216 be divisional race. Johnson Triples ,lrikemlt is ?even Lou Johnson s booming triple hv Ruhc and Was o highlight of the Chiefs John50n. wrap up of the victory m the five League sons, fifth inning after the Indians itchers now have had three or Th Senators got their had taken the lead in Pennant Chases INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Northern Division Howard's homer was his 22nd, a personal major league high. HojSYRACUSE hit 21 in each of the past two sea- Rochester sparked a two-run rally of losing lor M.ixvill m Rtti: vie in 9th: pitchers now have had three or the top more 200-strikeoul seasons, Kou- I Burial run in; Toronto the third when Minnie Minufo sin-1 Richmond fax is the first left-hander. Thcjglcd, moved up on Chuck Hin- right banders were Mathewsom walk, took third on a passed The Chiefs used only one mi rjght _ wore Mathewsonl waifc. took third on a passed Southern Division to take a 1-0 lead in Ihe [jvei Grovcr Alexander and slole home when W I, a four, and Dazzy Vance and Don lard returned the ball to Downing.! Indianapolis 69 50 were Drysdale, each wilh three. i NEW TOIIK _ i: WASHINGTON......'Arkansas What had been a brilliant duel, Neil Chrisley led off with single and both runners safe when Jim Napier's throw to between Koufax and Cub starter Dick Ellsworth broke up in the 10th which produced the first scoring of the game. In the top of the 10th, Maury Lou Vassie at second was too late on Bill Roman's bunt and Goldy sacrificed both ahead. John Sullivan was purposely passed to load the bases. Cbris- ley scored when Ray Oyler wllo' Uvjce carljer grounded to snort ann Charley (.ostjy blunders, singled home Smith's throw for the force at from 5econd for second was poor. a ].n Dodger lead. The remarkable Wrig.ey nn I'n--) i 2b WASHINGTON i r li ah r li ,110 Briiik'nn l II 1 .1 Mtuo'o U i 1 2 2 Hininn pitcher Milt Fappas, 10-7 in the third. .........n After Grant walked. Held' rn A- scorcd on a single by Al Luplou'j L Pet. nnd Grant crossed the plate 65 56 .537 Larry Brown grounded into a1 Hickir 62 59 force play. L, I2.s ___ 62 (il .501 Azcue smacked his eighth honvlBiirnrne 5fj 64 .480, fourth of the year off Bal-j MnVkrnzi'e 2 53 fi4 the sixth in-; jjk nins. Whitfield homered off re-i lief pitcher George Brunei in thoj Pet.! eighth. It, was Whitficld's third; .580 homer in two games. .525. CLEVELAND BALTIMORE on prrni e-Rnn for Sa- IF1 H It Lit Iin 3 K 6 fi ,1 1-31 n n n Ho ard rrd U Ib 5 1 1 3 ZiinniiT 5121 Phillips Ib II 5010 Collier 2b n n n 0 Lanrlrith c 5 3 -1 n c o n ft n nkb.ik r A 2 I 0 P Clicncv oa 01 02 00 44 center hut Ken Berry ant him on a perfect peg to the piste for a weekday crowd of went wild in the hntjom of went ahead with double play The Indian? two Tiefcnthalcr stroked his second hit, Don Buford chased him with a double that fell between Veal nnd Purnal Goldy in right and Lou Vassie drove in Buford with a sincle to left. Bounces Right Back The rluh regained the lead in the bottom half of the frame on Coot Veal's sinqle, Scott's sacrifice and Lou John- son's 400-foot triple for one run and Chrisley's sacrifice fly to center for another. Berry close again on the throwing tempt to nail Johnson at home. Mel Conde got around to third In the Indianapolis sixth on a single to left center, an infield out and Oyler's boot of Jim Koranda's grounder but Berry fanned to leave him there. Tiefenthaler walked in the seventh to give himself a per- fect 2 for 2 night and Buford got a hunt single to the mound, a double play wiped out Charley Smity after his single in the eighth. The Chiefs got rid of Tiefen- thaler in the seventh with wast- ed hits by Willie Smith and Scott as Hacker came on to get Koufgx n o n l n n n 2000 n n n n n o o o i (M ft l ft n n Roebuck o ft 0 ft ft 12 9 14 3 Tolnls 2fi 1 3 n nit (or Cheney in mni imo inn Bnnkmnn. PO- A- Nrw W.vlimcirm 27-fl. DP-Kiihck. the lolh 'Richardson nnd nnd_ Hifji; combed 4 11 ft o Atlanta i ft n ft Cnlnmbus cf 3 {J {j Results Last Night Syracuse ,'i, Indianapolis 2. Columbus G. Rochester 5. Toronto 7. Ruffnln 4. Atlanta 4, Richmond 3. Jacksonville 5, Arkansas 2. cno li hi r( -1 n 1 1 Annriclo FS -1 (l 1 n fl II 1 Snyrirr r! 2000 rri r' 4 0 (I II Pmvrli II -1 n n (l 373 M) 4 1 2 1 Ol'.Mnn r J 1 1 0 U 2 n 1 ft Ib 2 n n (l r-h -t n n n nobiitMjii -1 0 1 I J 1 Brandt rf n n a Hold 2b 1 I o Aflair 2b Gmm n 3 1 n fi n 'UC nick lor the tying run on a walk, field-i or's rhoicp and singles hy pinch- hitter Leo Burke and Ellis Burton. H Richni'ri I.OS ANGELES CHICAGO r h bl Wills M Brock rf Gilliain .Ib 5020 cRurkc T. Davis cf 5111 Me Daniel Howard It 4 n l n Burton cf-rf 5011 Fairly Ih I 0 0 ft Williams If 5 ft 1 ft Pk'iwrnn ih -i ft n ah 5 n i n W. Davis cf 1 I I ft Borof Ih .T ft 1 ft Forrara r( 5 0 2 n Hnhbs 2h -I 0 1 ft BiTpdiiiB 2h S 1 '2 1 SchMtrr c S ft ft 0 c 3 ft f> r 0 f Rosoboro c 1 n ft ft Ellswnrtli D 0 1 ft Koufnx n -1 ft ft 0 aOnimmns 1 0 0 ft PerranofkJ n 0 ft (Ml bMsthrws ft ft 0 Landnun c (n ft 0 n Totals -ia 3113 Totals 1 8 1 info force pltw for Ellsworth in Jiiiii; lor Grammas in Iftih: for Drocic in 10th. w 3.3 1-1 tirliliilBuinsirle 4 0 o 01 p.n.cv 1 n 1 0{ 0 II n n! Ancrlc; noo i (Km (KM) IHlll Wills. PO-A-L06 AliRi'lcs 33- H. Hiicacn 33-IB. nnd Ells- wort Is. AngflCF 3, 1. HR.-T. Davis. W. Davis. Bnros, Cnjiiilll. IP KmifdX 9 1-3 7 1 1 W 11-2 i 2-3 1 Los Angeles San Francisco Louis j Cincinnati i Chicago I Philadelphia i Milwaukee PHILADELPHIA (AP) The, Houston Ramrs Tmiidht Kyraru.sp al Bufralo. Rochester at Indianapolis. Arkansas at Jacksonville. Atlanta at Richmond, Toronto at Columbus Results Tuesday Syracuse 0, Indianapolis 1. Columbus 4, Rochester 3. Toronto 8-2. Buffalo 2-3. Arkansas Atlanta 1. Jacksonville 5, Richmond 4. NATIONAL LEAGUE Twins Slug To 9-4 Win Over Angels .-M7 nn lion oft l PO-A-Clrvlnnd 27-11. Pidli- '-i; DP--n-ihiusriii. Arinir and Orn- mi' Whitfinl'd; 7. rr F. icld. WhitJlcM. Ariatr. IP H K Kit BH SO V fi-10 R 5 1 1 J winning run scored on a wild pitch 1 1 Mr Daniel L. 7-5 1 _ _ Harvey. Wpyer, Barlick. 2.5.1 Chiefs Open S-Gome 1 In Buffalo phia Phillies edged the Cincinnati 2-1 and snapped Jim Ma- loney's win streak at six. Malnney, now 17-4, l.hrew away jhis own decision in the sevcnlh iinning wilh a wild pitch that fol- !lowed singles hy Tony Taylor and J Johnny Callison. had scored tlie first Phiadelphia run the fifth inning after leading with a walk. He raced to third Ion Wes Covingtnn's sinfile and j.scored while Tony Gonzalez hanged into a force play. Veteran Cal McLish won his The Chiefs will head into prob- thc next two batters to tthe most crucial stage game against seven losses, the side and Warren struck out'their Northern Division the Reds to eight hil.s. the side in the eighth to strand ibid when tfhny invade Buffalo] Cincinnati scored in the third Goldy afte.r his three base blast, (tonight in the start of an eight- ijnning when Pete Rose singled aft- Willie threw out Berry butiday road trip, longest on the jCr twn wore otlli second and his hand was bruised in taking 'remaining schedule. icame in on a single to loft by Ken's hard shot. Jim Napier j The Tribe will take on the Tommy Harpnr. kept the Indians alive by singling jthird place Bisons tonight and, CINCINNATI to left and he was forced out; tomorrow night, then will move] 2h by pinch hitter Gerry McNort-jon to Columbus for three games rf ney who, in turn, was forcer! by and to Indianapolis for three; if 4 Vn Tnvin 4 n j l cniil New York BR fiS C3 HI 58 (ill 57 55 41 35 50 50 55 52 54 57 5G 70 77 A .CIS .558 .558 Crackers Edge Virginians, 4-3 RICHMOND, Va. Atlanta Crackers came from bc- I with three runs i inning Wednc.'dny held un for a 4-3 victory' gu( LOS ANGELES i API-The Alin- !i no" Twins famn from bchinc i nn a throe-run right iniiiiig lioniei tioL' hy Harmon Killebrew. got annthei homer in She ninth froir pik-'irr Bill Dailey and flattc-ned Ihe Los Angeles Angels 0- night. Killrhrt'wV homer was hi? 2tith, giving him (he Amorit-'an League Iraci. and Dailry's wa? tlie ol hip major league career. Right-hander Camilo Pasrua' was touched for 10 hit? in sever innings, and allowed all four Ali- gn 1 runs, but picked up hi> fhirri slraight victory and his I3J. in 19 decisions I his season. Ken lUcBride, who won nine 11 docipinn? since Juno served the home run ball lo Killebrew and suffered his ciglv loss against 12 victories. Tlie who moved into mc third place wil.h the victory ghl 4.2 after seven innings Rollins and Vic Powci Thc: Results Yesterday Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 1. Los Angeles 3. Chicago 1 (H New Ynrk 7. St. Louis 3. Pittsburgh 5, Milwaukee Houston 1, San Francisco 0. Games Today fit. Louis rii Nnw York. Los Angeles nt Chicago. Cincinnati at Philadelphia Milwaukee at Pittsburgh Only games scheduled. Results Tuesday Pittsburgh 3, Milwaukee 0. Cincinnati 6-1, Philadelphia 4-7. Los Angeles 4, Chicago 1. St. Louis 4, New Yoik 3. San Francisco 3, Houston 1. over the Richmond sinqi0fj wjlh One out in the Miune- 'jpiin the opener of a three-game' Pjqhth and Killrbrrw follower League scries. his rlrcisivr homer. A two-run home run by Ron; Wngner hil a hvo-rur Cox capped the rally which hnmcr fnp Ancels. his 22nr AMERICAN LEAGUE a York -I l 2 s n Buford. INDIANAPOLIS at) r h M R'jforri Ih 31211 r Smith ss 1 n 'i I> Qurrii 1 0 0 ft'nnmm Hrrr-. rf 4 n f) 0 Onlrlv N.ijiipr r 1 n 1 n Kniiivf T'ftirinr p 2 1 2 'i nvlcr M.irknr n 0000 Sin, nM'N'tnfv i rt n n hA .1 MOII ft o n TfttBid i ins1 Tot-i A -Orounrifrl into lot Harkrr. for nnnnnlln IKIfl It'll inisr HUH I'.'l -Ovlcr. C. finiith. PO-A Iiul IX 2't-I.l: S.vracn.sp 27-20. anr! Horn fin 2; Berry nn. 'Irr. R: Svrn more. While the Chiefs are tan- gling with the Bisons, the run-[ ai Rochester Red Wings will! 2 11 Southpaws Dick Kgan nnrl 5 n n Gallagher are Manager ji n i n'p'nmk Carswell's pitching noiii- 4 S J I inres for the Buffalo scries with 3 n i o hurling tonight. Reno Berloia, f.hc Tribe's util- inficlrlcr. won't be back with 'jthc Chiefs sn l.hn club acqnircfl from the Dcti'oit. farm club in Knoxvillc .voslcrday. The 23-year-old Ryan is an oiitstanri- in i no'nzBiPzrMf a n t Cleveland !n i'h nSSJiLosAnKRlPS 'Tlc c i'nM 5.Kansas City Tntnls n- Rnr. [nr Ci 2 n f) o sirv .1 n 0 0 Am: 2 n fl 0 Dnli n f> 0 0 Honk HI ft ft n n Winr (i n o n Md.ish 70 Gl fill M 55 51 50 48 A I Tntnk 48 71 .564 brought, the Crackers from be- hind a 2-1 deficit. .Jerry Buchek. ]lomo me league's RBI leader, home the first run to tie the y game ;md then rorie home as Cox hit his first, liomer of tlie season. Atlanta jumped off to a 1-0 lead in the second on singles jby Buclick and Cox and jKubiszyn's infield out. but nieh-1; tied it in ihe same inning on an error and Ron Solomini's. double1. i The Virginians took their brief! lead in the fourth on another un-i earned run on an error and two-out single by Jake Gibbs. Don Buddin pulled Richmond to within n run of a tic with a! home run in the ninth, but the1 Virginians fell short. ATLANTA this season but only his seconc U. S. G. WMiTF TILE each AT Erie Blvd. Bldg. Supply Erie Blvd., E. OR 8-1155 .-191 GftK'no 2b fl 1 0 Clfllkr s M Lewi.-, cf 4 1 1 ft Mnl'srn 3b 4 (1 2 Clp'rns If 3 0 1 ft Siowr p ft ft 0 o Mm i defensive player. He bats left. nn.jhandcd, Ryan, like Bertoia is a of Ontario. n Fitnnsn. Bertoia apparently has deeid- to take a leaching job in his sjhomc town nf Windsor, Out. He r mid granted leave to inquire jaboul thr job but couldn't be LION'S ;pcrsuadcd to come back when Buford. .in-- ,inl OolHy. Scott.. Tlffpnlhnlrr (L fi-fli HHCUcr is Smith (W. 11-21 0 "'-Tsfifl. R' il nin t-21 PO-A- innM 'M-U JT-ll OP- r.. WHIP aw! sievcrs; WHIP aritl J-J. 5: Cnrrinins. Rnsr nnri IPX niul Amarn. Clnclr.nntl Malnnpv L. 17-1 CO.HP- W. 11-7 Twins' Allison Out of Action LOS ANGELES jla rifiht fielder Bob Allison, a BLOOMKIELD HILLS, Mich. Gcorce Smith was called up by contender for the Amcrieim Coai-h Goorfic Wil- 'tho Timers Saturday. Reno will I.eagur home nin and rnns-baftcd- son indicaieri Wednesday that at remain on the Tribe's player lisl.ijn tilles, will be nut. of action f.wo loast soven of hif plavrrs unl] hr i---------------------- three days with n fracture of unable to play Saturday night EASTERN LEAGUE the ring finder on his right hand. Results Yesterday Detroit ft, Boston 1. !1, Washhiclnn 1 Clrvrlnnd -1, Baltimore 1. 7. Kansas City 3. Lns Anprlrs 4. Gantffi Today NPW York at Washinglnn. Boston at Detroit. Minnesota at Lns Anpclrs. Chlmpo at Kansas Cily Cleveland at Baltimorp Results Tuesday Detroit in, Boston I. Washington 8-0, New York 5-1. Baltimore fi, Cleveland -1, Kansas City 4, Chicago 3. Minnesota 5, Los Angeles nn Ih 4 n n c Ji. Flurhrk ls 4231 I rl 4 I 'j L' K-.iliVvii .Hi 4 n I I Durham lilckrllr. r I n 1 n Solomnii I1 2 0 n D liihlis r n 1 0 0 0 Cnllcn p n-Hiid'n If n I n 2ii n n n n rf '2 n ft rf i n I 1 .1 n i i anon -lh 1 1 1 1 :t. ta :T- ..............nnd ni'difk: Clarke nnrl Mnnkr: Clni-kr luiri Ilojikr. Morpan nnrl napll- tllrhmonrt 7. (Mil F TIN. ivii-hrk rn-A -.17.17 S-Ki.irks ks fW. fl-0) CnUrii iLS 4-8. Kuh: I) K I.K lilt SI 100-CAR P.M. NEW YORK STATE EXPOSITION GROUNDS SYRACUSE, N. Y. when the Lions and Cleveland: York 7, Reading 3. Rrmvnt fhrir Foot-! Elmira 2. CharlnsMn L ATHLETE'S VOOT GERM" HOW TO KILL IT IN 3 DAYS ball exhibition season in- Springfield Tiger Stadium. JO-3. Allison was struck hy delivered hy IVan riiiiiior. l.o l Walrh hraKhy d hurnlnt nrr run In rrplarf it. Irh nni! TODAV lit 1-4, BinghamtonjAnRrles Angel right-hander, Tues- day night. T-I-I.. yniir tftf. b.irk nt any vrt. Wnlfh inrrrlrd xkin ilniivh off. ATTENTION ALL BOWLING TEAMS BIGGEST PRIZE LIST IN N. Y. STATE S 1st 2nd Place S200 DESIRABLE CLASSIC LEAGUE Sundays P.M. FAIRMOUNT LANES Snft Minimum Avjr. R85 Bowl With the Call Don DrSiro 48fi.54fl3 or On.i n SYRACUSE SMART SAVINGS in TROPICAL SPORT COATS and SUITS 55% 45% Worsted SUITS To help you enjoy many seasons of cool comfort and sharp appear- ance! Reduced to Fine Quality TROPICAL Reduced lo COATS TROPICAL SLACKS rt- and Rayon J) Wash N'Wear T Worsted t's Triirir Mnrk for No Charge for Expert Alterations "you Always Sacc More nl Each Lcmbury FACTORY N. Solino at Laurel PARK FHKK In Our Parking Lnt Across from Factory DOWNTOWN 306 S. Sallno St. One-Hour 1 RICE Parking at Shopper's Garagp With Anv Pnrehnse Open Fri.S AH Day Sal   

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