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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - June 7, 1965, Levittown, Pennsylvania Tony ready for the fun Tony Lerna is Happy As he awaits his grand Blanc Mich., yesterday. Up first pop for the press in the 1965 sea telephoto son after winning the Buick open in Lerna holds party after Buick open three homers spark Phillies Callison rocks Chicago Chicago apr a there was a big whomp and there i was with half a Bat in my hand and not even knowing where the Ball that show Johnny Callison described the first of his three homers in the Philadelphia Philst Nightcap of a doubleheader against the Chicago cubs sunday. In the opening inning Callison smashed a Larry Jackson pitch. The Bat broke in half. The Philst Classy right fielder who slammed 31 Home runs last season ran towards first base Page 16 monday june 7, 1965 clutching half the Bat. The other i happened until i saw Doug Cle half skittered Down first base mens cub right fielder looking line and was fielded by Ernie up in the air a said Callison. Banks. A then i knew the thing must be a i really did no to know what a Home Drysdale keeps dodgers going by Fred Down up sports writer look no further than the towering figure of Don Drysdale to explain Why the los Angeles dodgers Lead the National league by three games. The co Ace and Workhorse of the dodgers staff 29-Ycar-old Drysdale is w Ell on his Way to the most Brilliant season of his career a even More Brilliant than his 25-9 Campaign in 1962 and perhaps the Best in the no since dizzy Dean posted a 30-7 record in 1934. No major league Pitcher has won 30 games in a season since Dean did it in 1934, but Drysdale has reached the one third Mark of this season with a 10-3 Mark and a 2.39 earned run average. At that Pace he would a a . Lin scores san fran Cine too too oooo 0 12 0 103 too 02x�? 6 5 0 hands Bolin 3herbel 5henry 7 and Haller. Ellis 9-2 and Pavletich. Loser hands 0-1. Grand Blanc Mich apr Tony Lerna says he is just about ready to open an automobile Agency. It might be a Good idea for him also to buy an interest in a winery specializing in Champagne. Champagne Tony treated the press and officials to some of the bubbly stuff sunday after pocketing the $20,000 first prize with an eight under Par 280 in the eighth annual Buick open Golf tournament. Leman a Good Fortune was made possible in part by some bad Luck on the part of Jack Nicklaus. Final scores and winnings for the top 19 golfers in the Buick open Golf Tournai moot Tony Lerna. 71 75 9 70�?280 20,000 Johnny Pott 70 71 70 71�?282 12,000 Julius Boros 89 70 72 72�?283 Jack Nicklaus 70 71 70 73-284 Bort Weaver 70 71 71 74-286 Doug Sanders 70 71 74 72-287 Bob Zimmerman 73 70 71 74�?288 Cary player 73 68 74 74-289 Miller Barber 73 70 76 70�?289 Bruce Devlin 72 73 72 72�?289 Jack Cupit 75 68 73 73�?289 Howie Johnson 75 69 71 74�?289 Billy Casper 72 73 73 73�?290 Kel Nagle 74 74 69 73-290 Jack Montgomery 72 73 74 74�?290 Joe Campbell 74 73 69 74-290 Doug Ford 73 74 67 76-290 Sam Snead 73 76 68 73�?290 the masters champion1 moved to within a stroke Lerna on the 17th Hole but fell out of Contention when his drive on the 18th sailed out of Bounds. Nicklaus finished with a seven on the final Hole while Lerna a who had made a trip to the scoreboard to see exactly where he stood a played it cozy to get a Par 4. Lerna who was the defending Champion became the first double Winner in the tournament played Over the rugged 7,280-Yard course of the Warwick Hills Golf and country club. Besides the $20,000 pot. First place also gave Tony the use of a new car every year for the next five years. He got the same in the Buick last year and a Ford in the thunderbird. Johnny Pott playing in the threesome just ahead of Lerna took 71 and second Money of $12,000 with a 282 total when Nicklaus ran into trouble and a fourth place 284. Julius Boros Winner two years ago when he shot a tourney record 274, finished third with a 283 and won $6,800. It was Leman a seventh official Victory on pea Tours and the Lith Victory in All tournaments. Nine of his victories have come in the last three years. Lerna Heads for Cleveland to defend the Cleveland open championship this week. 1st game Houston 500 010 400�?10 12 0 St. Louis too too oooo i 7 i Raymond 2-2 and Brand. Sadeski Taylor Briles 3schultz 8 and Mccarver. Loser a Sadeski 2-5. Hrs Maye 3rdgentile lit Wynn 9th. 6,800 5,003 4,500 4,000 3,530 2.550 2.550 2.550 2.550 2.550 1.650 1.650 1.650 1.650 1.650 1.650 had of Kathy Whitworth captures tourney Louisville. By. Up Bluegrass invitational Winner Kathy Whitworth May be acting like Mickey Wrights heir apparent but the Long Ball hitter from Dallas has her doubts. National league w. L. Pet. Go w. L. Pet. Go los Angeles 32 20 .615 a a a Minnesota 31 15 .674 Milwaukee 26 20 .565 3 Chicago 28 19 .596 34 Cincinnati 27 22 .551 34 Cleveland 24 20 .545 6 san Francisco 27 24 .529 Baltimore 27 23 .540 6 St. L Ouis 25 25 .500 6 Detroit 25 22 .532 64 Houston 26 28 .481 7 los Angeles 27 27 .500 8 Pittsburgh 24 26 .480 7 Boston 23 25 .479 9 Philadelphia 23 26 .469 in new York 22 27 .449 10�/2 Chicago 21 28 .429 in Washington 22 30 .423 12 new York 20 32 .385 12 Kansas City la 32 .256 184 saturdays results Pittsburgh 9 new York 0 Milwaukee 9 los Angeles i Chicago 9 Philadelphia 8 St. Louis 4 Houston 3 12 inns san fran. I Cincinnati 0, night yesterdays results new new York York 3, 0. 1st 2nd san Francisco 4 Milwaukee 0, 0 1st Pittsburgh Pittsburgh game Philadelphia 2 Chicago i 1st game Philadelphia to Chicago 9, 2nd game Cincinnati 4 los Angeles game Milwaukee 6 los Angeles 4, 2nd game Houston to St. Louis i 1st game Houston at St. Louis 2nd game ppd., rain today a probable pitchers los Angeles at Philadelphia night a Koufax 7-3 a. Burdette 0-2 Only game scheduled tomorrows games Milwaukee at Chicago los Angeles at Philadelphia night san Francisco at new York night Houston at Pittsburgh night Cincinnati at St. Louis night american league saturdays results new York 4 Chicago 3, to inns. Baltimore 7 los Angeles 0 Washington at Minnesota ppd., rain Cleveland 2 Detroit i to inns., night Boston 5 Kansas City 3, la inns. Night yesterdays results new York 6 Chicago i 1st new York 12 Chicago 0 2nd Cleveland to Detroit i Minnesota la Washington 2 Boston 9 Kansas City 4 1st Kansas City 4 Boston 3 2nd, la innings los Angeles 3 Baltimore 0 today a probable pitchers Detroit at los Angeles night a Mclain 1-3 is. Chance 4-4. New York at Kansas City night a Bouton 3-5 is. Talbot 3-3. Cleveland a t Minnesota night a Tiant 4-2 is. Grant 5-0. Chicago at Boston night a Buzhardt 4-1 is. Lonborg 4-3. Tomorrows games Detroit at los Angeles night new York at Kansas City night Cleveland at Minnesota night Baltimore at Washington night Chicago at Boston night weekend summary saturday new York up a Hail to All won the Belmont stakes by a neck Over Tom Rolfe. Bakersfield Calif. Up a the . Eliminated Canada Iii american zone Davis cup Tennis Competition with a doubles Victory for an unbeatable 3-0 Lead. Miss Wright who retires in August said sunday she can to see anyone dominating the ladies professional Golf association tour As she has at least not for the next couple of years. She tied for third six strokes behind miss Whitworth who racked up her third win of the 1965 circuit with a 54-Hole total of 213. Tho leading Money Winner on the ladies pea tour this year miss Whitworth ignored a driving rainstorm on her second nine to Post a two Over Par 74 and pocket a first place Check of $1,350. Leading the tournament since opening Day. Miss Whitworth became the circuits first player to Register three victories on the year. Her earlier ones were at the St. Petersburg fla., open and the Shreveport la. Invitational. But miss Wright feels three wins done to necessarily add in to domination of the circuit. A there Are several Good girls in the Field now and Kathy is one of she said. A but to get where you win ten tournaments a year regularly a that takes time and i done to think any one girl on the tour can do this right after i Clifford Ann Creed of Alexandria la., was second with a 217. Sybil Griffin of Boynton Beach fla., shot a one under Par 71 to tie miss Wright for third place. Campbell seeks British Crown Porthcawl Wales apr . Amateur Champion Bill Campbell opened his bid for the British Amateur title today As a Field of 170 started play in the 80-year-old Golf classic. The 42 year old Campbell seeking to become the first american to Wear both Amateur crowns since 1935, headed a 33. Man . Delegation in the match play tourney Over the 6,-700-Yard, Par 36-36�?72 Seaside links. Campbell met South african Amateur c h a in p i o n Richard j Langridge today in a first round match. Manila up a Flash Elorde of the Philippines knocked out Teruo Kosaka of Japan in the 15th round to retain his world Junior lightweight title. Gosport ont. Upit England a John Surtees won the 200-mile players Auto race and first prize of $3,000. Inglewood Calif. Up a Viking spirit won the $112,900 California stakes at Hollywood Park by a length. Sunday grand Blanc Mich. Up a Tony Lerna won the $100,000 Buick Golf open by two strokes with a 280 total. 8 i 9 2 1st game new York Ooi too 011�?3 Pitts too 012 Fox a 5 Jackson Parsons 6bear Narth 8 and Gonder. Cardwell 3-2 and Crandall. Loser Jackson 2-7. Hrs a Lewis 7thgonder 2nd. 2nd game new York too too oooo 0 5 0 Pitts too 021 Fox a 3 6 i Spahn. Cary 7 and Cannizzaro. Veale 6-2 and Paglia Roni. Loser a Spahn 4-6. Or a Clemente 1st. 9 i 6 0 1st game los Ang Ooi 030 oooo 4 Milwaukee too too oooo 0 Drysdale 10-3 and Roseboro. Kelley Sadowski 6niekro 8 and Torre. Loser a Kelley 0-1. Hrs a Gilliam 1stdrysdale 2ndjohnson 4th. 2nd game los Ang too too 300�? 4 6 0 Milwaukee 120 021 oooo 6 12 i Reed Brewer 2perranoski 6miller 7 and Valle. Remaster Sadowski 7of Dell 7 and Torre. Winner remaster 3-5. Loser a Reed 1-2. Hrs a Gilliam 2ndoliver 2 2nd, 3rd. Greenwood is Winner Louisville by. Up Kathy Whitworth shot a 54-Hole total of 213 to win the Bluegrass ladies invitational Golf tourney. A Mallory Park England up a Graham Hill Leader in the world championship driving standings won a heat of the Whitson Holiday Auto meet and then withdrew because of engine trouble. Paris up Reliance owned by Francois Dupre won the $156,000 prix do jockey club French Derby by three quarters of a length. Tampere Finland up the . Failed to win a match in the opening round of the world Greco roman wrestling championships. Milwaukee up a Parnel ii Jones won his sixth consecutive major Auto race on a Milwaukee strip when he captured the Rex Mays memorial too mile event. Johnstown a. Up Bobby Greenwood of Cookville tenn., has no plans to turn professional following his capture of the Sunne Hanna tournament of Amateur champions with a record setting 11-under-Par 72-Hole total of 269. Greenwood who fired a four under Par 66 in sundays final round at Sun Nehama country club said afterwards a i stand the pressure on a pro Greenwood had rounds of 70. 63, 70 and 66 in winning his first National tournament. He played the first round and part of the second round with borrowed clubs because his Luggage got lost on a plane. It finally caught up with him saturday. Richard h. Canon of san Angelo tex., was second with a 274. Canon shot a final round 65. Tied for third were de Tutwiler of Indianapolis ind., and Richard Siderowf of Westport conn., with 278s. Tutwiler shot a 69 sunday and Siderowf a 67. Be zeroing in on a 30-Victory season in september. What seven More important to the dodgers however is that Drysdale has been carrying the team virtually single hand edly since May 22. The dodgers have won Only seven games and lost eight since that Date and Don has been responsible for four victories without a loss. Hurls six hitter Drysdale proved to be the los Angeles meal ticket again sunday when he posted his 10th Victory of the season with a 4-0 six hitter against the Milwaukee braves. Drysdale a win prevented a dodger debacle in Milwaukee inasmuch As the braves won the second game of the doubleheader 6-4 to take the series three games to one. The Philadelphia Phillies whipped the Chicago cubs 2-1 and 10-9, the Cincinnati reds Defeated the san Francisco giants 6-0, the Pittsburgh pirates swept the new York Mots 5-3 and 3-0, and the Houston astros routed the St. Louis cardinals 10-1 in other no games. Drysdale struck out eight and walked Only one. He also blasted one of three dodgers homers a the other two were by Jim Gillian and Lou Johnson a in snapping the braves four game winning Streak. Homers Aid braves the braves gained a split be fore 17,175 with the help of two homers by Gene Oliver and sturdy Relief pitching by Billy of Dell after Denny remaster faltered in the seventh. Felipe Alou had three hits and Oliver Joe Torre and Eddie Mathews had two each in the braves 12-hit second game attack. Sammy Ellis pitched a five hitter to win his ninth game for the reds behind a 12-hit at tack that included two hits each by Tommy Harper Pete Rose and Gordon Coleman. The reds scored three of their runs when they bunched doubles by Vada Pinson and Deron Johnson and a single by Coleman with two intentional walks in the third inning. Rookie Bill hands recently recalled from Tacoma suffered the loss for san Francisco. Roberto Clemente had a Homer triple and two doubles and drove in three runs to Lead the pirates assault on the Mots behind the Strong pitching of Don Cardwell and Bob Veale. Card and struck out Well pitched and eight hitter and struck out five in the first game and Veale pitched a five hitter and fanned six in the second game. Claude Raymond making his first Start in the majors pitched a seven hitter for the astros who walloped Ray Sadeski and three successors for 12 hits including homers by Lee Maye Jim Gentile and Jim Wynn. The Ball landed on the catwalk at Wrigley Field. A of course in be never hit a broken Bat Homer in my life and in be never even seen one a said Callison. A i hit the pitch on the meaty part of the Bat. All of a sudden there was whomp whomp and i had half the Bat in my hand. There was no sting in my hands like there usually is when a Bat Phil manager Gene Mauch said it wa9 the first time he Ever had seen a broken Bat Homer or even heard of one. A a in be seen Frank Howard hit a ground Rule double and break his Bat and Steve Bilko hit a broken Bat line drive against the Fence but i can to top this Homer of Callisons. Another player Clay Dalrymple was using the same Bat and it might have been Pitcher Lew Burdette said he could remember Howard hitting a broken Bat Homer but did no to know exactly when it was. Callison collected two More homers and a single before the Nightcap was Over with the phils winning 10-0 to sweep the doubleheader. They won the opener 2-1 behind Ray culpa a five hitter. During the four game series with the phils taking three of the games Callison clubbed four homers and drove in seven runs. A i May be ahead of my Homer Pace of a year ago a said who now has 12 for the Campaign. A the last time i hit three in one game was during our losing Streak late last season. What bums me up is that in a hitting them most of the time with the bases empty. But ill still take it was a Day of homers. In the second game the Philst cookie Rojas got his first and Dick Stuart his sixth. The cubs collected three Clemens second Ron Santos Lith and Billy Williams sixth. Williams also Hom ered in the first game. Narrate win Johnny Callison. Swings big Bat first Philadelphia a r h by Gonzalez of 5 0 4 2 Allen 3b 4 0 10 Callison of Covngton of Horn san of Stuart la wine la Dalrymple c Rojas 2b Amaro is Culp p 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 oooo 4 0 10 oooo 2 0 0 0 4 110 4 110 2 0 0 0 Garnet Chicago a Kuenn of 3 Stewart is 5 Willms of 4 Santo 3b 3 Banks la 2 Clemens of am Fino 2b Krug c Bailey pc Buhl p a Norm pm Altman pm r h by 000 0 10 1 2 i too too 0 10 0 i 0 too too too too too totals 33 2 8 2 Philadelphia Chicago a a Amaro Santo. To Chicago to. 2b�?Rojas, Stewart Williams 5. So Culp. Culp a 3-2 Buhl l. 5-5 Mcdaniel Hendley t�?2 3d. A-15.000. Totals 32 i 5 i. Ooi too Ioos 2 Ooi too oooo i lob Philadelphia Williams. Hrs in 9. 7. I 2-3. 1-3 r Erbb so Al owners open door Oceanport . Up a american football league Al owners opened a closed door meeting today with expansion and participation by rookies in All Star games the chief topics for discussion. The Al plans to expand to to teams by the 1966 season and Atlanta and Philadelphia were the two cities most prominently mentioned for new franchises. Atlanta five years ago was considered a shoo in for the eighth league franchise but lost out at the last minute when the owners decided to bring in Oakland As a rival for san Diego. The executive committee composed of the eight club owners met with commissioner Joe Foss in a building on the grounds of Monmouth race Park. The first order of business was the discussion of whether Al College draft choices should participate in pre season All Star games. Johnny s Day second game Philadelphia Chicago a r h by a r h by Gonzlez of 5 0 0 0 Landrum of Allen 3b 3 110 Stuart is Callison of 5 3 4 4 Wilms of Covington of 2 2 2 0 Santo 3b Johnsn pm of 3 0 0 0 Banks la Stuart la 4 2 2 1 Clemns of wine prob 0 0 0 0 Bailey c Dalrymple c 5 i 2 i am fun 2b Roas 2b 4124 Jacksn p Amaro is 5 0 0 0 Altman pm chaff eve p 1 0 0 0 Kuenn pm Belinsky p 10 10 Bright pm Wagner p 2 0 0 0 totals 40 10 14 10 totals 36 9 la 8 Philadelphia 502 010 002�?io Chicago ?03 010 003�? 9 Eju Amaro. Dpi Philadelphia 3. Lob Philadelphia 7, Chicago 5. 2b�?Stuart. Landrum. Hrs Callison 3 f 10th, Lith 12th. Rojas <1>. Stuart 6 Santo la Clemens 2 Williams 6 of a Rojas. Help. Yourself to a summer full of fun loin the Lara today _ i s-2810 notice beginning june 9th we will be closed every wednesday so that we May accommodate our customers with 3 Barbers everyday open daily 9 to i sat., 8 30 to 5 a closed wed. Jake Guida s Barber shop Haines to. 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