Syracuse Post Standard, August 8, 1963, Page 55

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Post Standard, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1963, Syracuse, New York Chiefs Nip 3 to 2 Smith Goes Route for 7th Straight Win Victory Boosts Syracuse Lead To Three Games 28 August 1963 Davis Homers in 11th Bj JACK ANDREWS The Syracuse CIi iefs squeezed oul a 3-2 victory over the Indianapolis Indians blaU night for a sweep of the three-game series between the ImcTnational League's divisional Icaders. Whi'e Uie Indjans rcina n Ponsblv ahead in Uie Southern Lie NirUicrn race bv three ifi T mil of and cour a'niie chrr in the Skipper irjrd Dodgers Shade Cubs By CHICAGO Davis' llth. itimnE leadoff homei cin the pilch hy reliever Lindy McDaniel led ihe lead-leadtag Los Angeles Dodgers to a 3-1 tuumph lover the Chicago Cubs but Sandy KdUfax in his bid for KJS LSlh victory and llth shutout af Johnson Only Chief on IL All-Star Roster NrEW YORK Cokcr. veteran Toronto is ihe only iiii an mi mis choice- on Iht In- -iiaUotial Baseball League's All Slav I ram whtch plfty I lie New Yortt Yanltrea in Buffalo on ig H. league present Tommy Riclurdson said Wednesday. The IL line-up was Hickmon Hits JOT Cycle Mets Trounce 7-3 CLEARANCE NEW YORK. Third barman Jim made history Tor Mew YorR Mels Wednesday when he liil for the cycle Inplt and home run in1 his team to a 7-J over tho Si. Louis Cardi-' nals at the Polo Grounds It was first a Mets ronnsnce by hilling the ball player had accompLshed the tne poor m left field for a home by Uie manaiyrs of the ctubfs two' years oJ es club-i lei the circuit No manager could vote for players on HJS mvn team and Ooker goE sfl nine the 1 Ron relieved rr Ihi Buffi In IWL IWP and 1 U'G .1ST rtllls tet fired tram credit fnr dmul though allv WilLe iiin prrtaraHiiM Won am SnMih HP i.mc al nut 01 r iiiLjit1 Ti Ifl HilS pjLch tliP up Id Famed walk for lOih in innings aril a of field cat run of five baliers anQ walked two -a year. The Dodgers added in his siraighl suranfc run when Wilbe DflVis wiciorv. third sinie beat out an infield Slole rel liming the oareni Delroil 'seconrf went ID tli.rd em a Yanks Wallop Hit 2 Homers ballots. Coker. property ol Mil- waukee is Ihe league hitler at 352 isisnce The veteran Duke Snider a ho rapped out three hitir all singles. in rtui at the stftit ct Ihe sixth in- ning H was ICth hompr at season. Hied out in his fifth appearance m eighth. 51 Louis stioilstop. also hit a home U hit attack by tils Ka- Lcague tailentU-rs lulling a double the flie _ and Inpte in hvs first Eluree times iefi start the sixth the at bat. Kickman climaxes VHP jwr- Tratv SlalEard pLLchrd for llir Don third--------------------------------------McLi jwnjf the and Pep ilniie andElston Howard hit ham- ers and Bobby Richardson hit a clean ddublg Wednesday night as Hn. was at IndianPpoJis He pel eight ftjlh nnc lallv each Bains lo Lcgiani of and -af Hfld is. a CEiitrtRO iVJulc Tile mfiiiciRci-q litre in picked onlv 10 mcluditifi boUi a nglil-hanrlrd and a lefi- pilcher hut wln-n 3 lie clri-elopcd for the oinCtcld posts Ricliardsoa ajinoujieed five gar deners Wise oC who direct the All Stare 11 the niUi the world champions will pick 10 or more additional dub and his HUi ui 13 Al Ferrers and scored on a loitered Washington 9-1. FepU.ne started rOLil against Sieve Ridzik with his 20Lh The All-Slar i Buddy Bart-er. Jacksonville Marker for fanned While it la-t and Hie Chiets third e National niartt ol llutc MiLtcssive ucre ridmij hipb mill fue wilhSST. 190J with 212 and nxii MiLh 208 The tmoolh Dndger ifiulhpaw Pedro 2b a three-run in Ihe 3h Jerry Bucgelt. At- forsl and tine Yanks were la. nochesicr off and ruiiti ng With this fcmci Bob Richie fif a tlart. Downing had a Arkansas in retarding Ins eighth ME- a'id Gene Stephens ln- orv a r a in Toronl0i Solo Homers Help Indians Nip hils in Ins fifih ifl The nnndcrf Caids a MM of linrlcM lo ihe numnrl wjtti Ernie HIE snd lalhurd by Lew Bur- Bnrnc-y SchuJL and the ex iMpI Ken I HIP MeK ecorprt Lwo nni-i in Hie srcrnd on two hjU and an error and in UK siKUl four KiK including Hitmen s A hv Bill SAVINGS in TROPICAL SPORT COATS and SUITS BALTIMORE two-run Lh uprising m the third inning And _ solo homers by Joe Azoic and FrerJ Whilfied powoivd the Cleve- land Indians tA a 4-1 iirtary over Ihfi BalLinioie Orinles Wednesday two of the Cards XDBK Jamn lr The robbed at more runj by an alert ricTense alto Iwp bles among their h Is I h bl i I fffll Sindf-'rf I Ttioniac s I 1 1 n CrHn 2 J rt n yoran. is linn rf a it i n n it a it i n fl 0 D Worsttd SUITS Taeen or its Triples i highlight of Uie Chiels uP of the victory in Une fifth inning after the Indians rarl taken the lead in top er UiiS alteh last a 1961 The Anifti'ifaii 'teasir stakeout rteord is seven Fharpri by Mfhougti five League Tlie League pacesot- teis Eo1 ihree more in Ihe fourth on Hou ari s homer and z two- 215' run Dingle by Tom Tireili. and an- oifier Ilirpp m the Mfh nn Ricli- ardson's double with the bases loaded Howard's homer was his 22nd a major leaRiis high Us hLt 21 LI each of Ihe past Uo sea i Pennant Chases LEAGUE NorlhErn Divisim W L Vcl SYRACUSE 63 Sfi .537 10 losses by check J ing the Onotos on r vs A double by Helil R two run rslli- al Inking Milt 10-7 in tKc Unrd Aftar Grant Heidi scored on a single bv Al Luplowi and Grant crocfpd the plate Larry Broun grounded into a. mion Tel nil n- a n 0 i 3 Tnlalt 19 wil foi BillrirLK in Slh _ llilkrd WfiHr m lili c-GraonUN ml lor JJaMill IT tit in I nfl in E-lliim POA-Sr Ti help you enjoy many of cool cam fort and i h a t p appear- Chiefs ysed only one hit to reke a 1-D tead in Ihe tourth -lvlth rtue Grtver Banner with Keil led off with a rmjr 3nd Dam- Vance and Don and boUi runners iiere each suth thrre safe when Jim to hcen g at second was gnd Cub lets on Bill Romans liunt Ensllmrth brone up ln Goldi jaeriticed DPth 3head iloth p John Sullivan ot the passed to Inari thn bases Chris- ln of Maury ley when Ray Ojlcr sariLer to short and SJrgiej nome force at Breedlng frtm reCOnd totr 0 Dodger sons i Tlie Senators theu- riin in the Ihilfi ivhen Mniue Mmoen Kichmord up on Churk Hm- Gl hanciers ivers MaHiewsonJ ton's walk took third on a passed ball Bind stole home wheii How- ard rtljrned the ball to Downing firal Smiths throw for poor to i Uie w Slid j 3 Mwiom M 12 IH 3 Mwiom M 1 el SD 5S Southern Blvlsloit TV 89 SI Elicll Ib J 5 ri J IH lb 1 1 3 c 3111 PtaiHtjw Ib II 3011 CatlCT Jti If nuns Lanfloili c 5b S IWMf c r It fl JlK trwi Una end Dailnl r Tdils 9 ti mfc nut Cheney LI J J i 1 d L a n n 1 I H D 4 1 01 a 2 0-0 l ifl o n n 0 n 0 0 C ll 1 OT I n n a D a o l j o L 30 58 fit tH. Tor -a BrirlaTSn double The Inriians two ift the fifih inning Tiefenthalcr stroked his second Jilt. Don Buioj-d diescif liim vith a double that Jell between Vaal and PwrUl m ngtit and Ltni Vassie Bufcrd with e iifLffle to lefl Right Back The home club legajned trie lead in the bottom hall af the Irsme on CotR Veal's Scotts sacrifice and Lou John- Sons 400 foat triple far one run and fly to tor another Berry came close again on the throwing at- tempt to nail Johnson at home Ksl Conrfe got around lo third In the Indianapolis sixth on a lo left center an infield and Oyler's bonl ol Jim Koranda's grounder Berry fanned to leave him there Tiefenthaler ivalkeei in the seventh to gfve himself E par- ted 3 for S a-d buford got a bunt single ID the mound. R double play wiped out Charley SmLty after hia single in. the eighth The Chiefs got rid listen- thaler in the seventh with wast- ed hils by Smith and Scott as Hacker came on lo get the next hvo batters to retire tlie side and Warren smiek out. the side in the eighth to strand Goldy after his three base blast Wilbe threw his hand was Keri's hard lim kept Uie Indians alive by singling to left Hurt he was forced by pmcfb nuier Gerry ney in was forced by t N hi 1 I r J n i out Berry but m taking It IWXA 21 I m M I 3 1 Vral Jh n i H n ft 1 Chr THhlFrn n Itt ft 1 I o I 3 n fl n n o n 1 n n t n n n l n l n icr Uie tvjng iiin on a vtalk fteld- er's choice and singles by punch- hitter Lea Burke Burton as T Davb 41 HnwiTd II Tairh Ib i h 011 Brodt rf n 2 D cflurkf 11 i ii 1 n ft n l 0 l n no d 1 S 4 S Wmisn i I n i a SHIM Js _____ 1 1 I ft lb 1 0 I Pcrrart rr 5. o j o Hubta 4 n i o Brcreme a a 1 s l ScivfJfcr c 5 n n 0 dinlllb c J 0 n Rortfifr-. i o I o R-ttwbiiro c. 1 n d Etlsnonti p 1 A 1 n Koiilai D aCnurniias l o n PerrnnnU n a 0 a o bjisititm n t D n UmlTTim c it D 0 TotiUj 12 5 11 3 Tinitli 40 I I 1 force EOT Eflswortl in -Ran For Crmmn ID lath Ibr Broclf In I4ili IHIQ _ ____ 0M nut IHft Aisclffl M. Cft.cnen S3- IR Cuntlll _ IP 99.3 JLZ1I-3 L 7w BITCl 1-17. 1 I-J I S R L L 1 1 WH Mli'tiliclnn -5 ptcnsnfcnm lone Moo. I'd SB- L 21 pnrnildr CT idphuclc KBP-By K'dllk PO A- TJi Kubtk. Rich Llm an T-SW A- A-Z7.1BO Phillies Edge 2 to 1 PHILADELPHIA The winmns nm scored on a wild pilch 7f Wednesday night af Philadel- Philbcs edged 'he Cincinnati J 2-1 and snapped Jim Ma tnfliaiwpolis Arkansas Atlanta Colilttiblls 80 58 J Jacksonville 44 14 Results Last Kith I Syracuse 3. Indiinarolls 2. Columbus n docile-.let 5 Toronto. T. ButTalQ -1 Atlanta Richmond 3. Jacksonville Arkansas 2. Games TMilfht Syracuse at Buffalo. Kothesler aL Induna palls. ArltanSds al Jacksonville. Atlanta it Richmond. Toronto it Columbus RcbUlU Tuesday Syracuse 6. Indianapolis t. Columbus Rochester Torvnlo J-'J. Buffalo 2-3 Arkansas 9. Atlanta I. Jacksonville Eichmond 1. force plav iiH AZCue sniadted h .WO fourth ol the year off Rat .153 timore the m- Whiltold homered off re- pitclier Georjte Biunet in Ihe PcL tijlilH. It was Whilftpld s Uurd liomsi1 in two gamei CLF.l RAIT1HOBE Groit L. HicVmnn Smlii w S35 .515 rl Ernn.i KliKl ri Los- San SI Loaia Cincinnati Chkapo LEAGUE MllwJLiiI.ce Chiefs Open 8-Gome Trip In Buffalo The Clitets will head mtoprob- loney's win now threw away hij own decision in the inning wilJi a pilch Miat fal- lowed singles by Tony and Jghnny Cfltlisoti Callnnn. lisri scored Uie first Phiadclphia run Itir fiftl-i inning after leading off wilh s nalk. He raced tn third on Wcs Covjngtnn's single and while Tony Gonzalez into a force play Cal McLish wort his ably tthe most crucial ofmth game agaiJist seven Iheir Northern Division pennanL thG tfl cigW hils. Bnffalnl Cincinnati scored m tlie third when tonight In Lhe fUct of an eifhC day road longeal on the remaining schedule Tlie Tribe will take on Ihe place Bifgnf and tomorrow then will move en to Columouf Tor Uirae games. and ro rnriisnaporis Tor three mote While Ihe Chiefs art dlmit vith the Biscns the run- nc-rup Rocheslci Red Wings will be in InrtiShsrvolm Southpnws Dicfc Esffl n nnd GallRKhcr pre inning when Pele frr two second came in it imgls to Frank for Bu TCalo scries r lmlli i 2 m i TflTju c nd Rornnn 3 Narki Tic frnthPtirr rt o IT 11 i. SfTtr t. a Dwp Mich Ihr riuh .lohn Ryan from inc Detroit club in yttlCrrtsy The 23-pcsr-old Ryan Cs ftn ouistanrf- injf plnyicr. Hebala left. Ryan Be Mow u a of On la no RfirtolA rtppsrenlly tend- ed tn a job m his home town fit Windsor Ont Me fronted inquire fin 1 ir 3 1 ChuMifi rf 4 ft t t Covlnffion T S n ft nnnhq thrMil 4131 New York 63 63 61 60 ST 55 44 3i 43 50 K ST 16 in 7T .613 538 n I l niMrun w J t 0 0 i n n d a II n Poa ell if -I o a 1 1 I Oitno c u i l n Crfniitc lh 2 n I Alua jb 4 n n Rub lumi 4 n i l -Went Jb -I J I Hraiirtl ri i li n ft Krld Jb 3 1 I Artiir I B f 1 rv o Twins Slug To 9-4 Win Over Angels Tutsk Cm init 11 t mir Brand lor Pautyi t II n t i t I m Ml CM Nl CVei i. II BtJu- iir rtr'air Piul Orr Aojir irri Gnniiii- 1 nrd Adiir Anuf BILIIM ui s-id L ID-T n T 1 I Crackers Edge The Results Yesterday 2. t LOB 1 New T. SI LoU Is 3 Plltsnurgh MilwiiiKM 4. Unojfam San Franeinno I la toy SI New York. Clnclttnau al Phllkdelphli 3 if 3 Onlv scheduled. RcilllUi Pttteburfh 3. Mllwinkie CindniUU PhlUrietphb 1.1. 1. Louis Titw Ynrlc 1 San J. 1. AMERICAN LEAGUE New Vwfc 1W M flTB UJ At m RICHMQKD V3 Atlanta came fiom be Ihmd wah three tuns in nming Wednesday nighl diirt lie-Id lor a 396 Richmontl in the opener of e. llllCrjiaLional League scrlsS A two-run home run Ron Cox capped the tally wlnicli bro-ught ihe Crackers from be- hinct a 2-1 dclicil Bnchck the league's RBI doubled home Uie first nm tie the same aiiri I hen ifxlp home hjt his Iirst homer of Ihe season Atlanta oil n 1-0 lead in the second on. by Bnchck and Cox and Kitbuw.yn's mfiold mil bul Rich- Lied U jn the same liming on an error and Ron Solornim's double The Viramians took their brief lead jn tonnh on another un- eaincd run on an ei ror a UTO-oitt single by Jaku Gibbs Don Biidrttn Richmond to within H run of a tie with a home run pn Hit TlJnlJl. but Uia fell short LOS fAPl-The Mill ncsola Tvf.nt came frem behind1 on a three-run inning hortierj Harmon Rnl annlher ihfct i in limner in HIP ninth from pilchcr fijll Dalles Hnrl Ihf nlghl s homer was hbs 2Sth ing him Ihe American lead and Dailcy s the ol p career was loucJisd lor Jfl in and allowed all An gel runs but picked up third vUflighE victcrv and his in IS decisions this season Ken McBnde who hacl nine of 10 decisions since June 1 senred ihe run ball to- Kilkbrew and suHcred his eighth loss against 12 The nhc moved into Lhn-d Dlace with Ihe viclorj 42 after innings But Rich RoJIms and Vie Power eigiitli and followed iirth his riecistvr- homer Leon Wagner hiL a n run hnmrr fir tlic 22nd Ihis season but only his second nl home U. 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