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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 15, 1967, Tokyo, JapanPhillies drop 2 to cubs Chicago a Ken Holtzman and Ferguson Jenkins pitched the Chica go cubs to a doubleheader sweep Over Philadelphia sunday Holtzman winning the opener 6-2 and Jenkins taking the Nightcap 1-0. Holtzman making his first appearance in 85 Days due to a six months army stint pitched into the sixth inning of the opener to Post his sixth Victory with out a loss. The 21-year-old lefty taking advantage of a weekend pass allowed four hits and Rookie Bill Stoneman finished up. The Canadian born Jenkins became the National league s first Iti game Winner when delimited the Phillies to just four hits in the second game. Don lock s 12th Homer gave Philadelphia and loser John Boozer a 1-0 Lead in the second inning of the opener. After the cubs tied it Ron Santo s 25thhomer ignited a three run fourth. A walk to Adolfo Phillips leading off the third became the Only run of the second game when Jenkins sacrificed and shortstop Don Kessinger lined single into right Field. Reserve strength first game Philadelphia a r h by Chicago a r h by Rojas 2b Briggs a Jackson Farrell p Hitler 2b Gonzalez p of Razien 3b lock if Green p Oiiver c Callison of White in wine is Clemen Sutherlnd Boozer p Taylor Dalrmple total pass 2b c 4 3 0 0 1 3 4 3 0 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 01 0 01 0 0 0 6 Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Kessinger is Beckert 2b Williams of Santo 3b Banks in c Jones if Savage of Hundley c Phillips of Holtzman p Stoneman p total .010 010 0 Chicano 010 311 0 3 3 4 4 4 2 1 3 2 1 1 28 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 6 0 x 0 01 3 1 1 01 1 0 0 8 0 0 1 1 0 0 01 2 0 0 5 2 a lock , White. Do Philadelphia 2, Chicago 1. Lob Philadelphia 7 Chicago 3. 2br.allen. Or lock 12santo 25. A Holtzman Beckert. Of Phillips. In Boozer l,4-2g.jacksonfarrell Green Holtzman w,6-0 Stoneman hip Holtzman h 4 6 1-3 2 22-3 0 1 0 51-3 4 32-3 2 Herb so 4314 0 White. We Holtzman Farrell. T2 44. Second Philadelphia a r h Biro As 2b Taylor 2b Briggs of Gonzalez if Razien 3b Callison of White ibo River c wine is Clemens pm Sutherlnd Wise p Hiller pm Hall p 4030 0000 4000 301 0 4000 4000 2000 3000 2000 1000ss o o e o 2000 1000 0009 game Chicago a Kessinger is 4 Beckert 2b 4 Williams of Santo 3b Banks in Cjones if Savage of Hundley c Phillips of Jenkins p rhbi0 1 1 030000 0 1 0000 000000 0 1 0 1 0 0 000 Palmer applies pressure grabs Golf classic prize Arnold Palmer a $20,000 paycheck Akron. Ohio a golfing great Arnold Palmer recorded the 50th Victory of his Brilliant professional career Sunda when he captured the $100,000 american Golf classic. Palmer starting the Day in second place tie with Jack Nick Laus and one stroke behind Atrio of cold leaders fired a 34-33 67 for a 276 total to finish three shots ahead of Doug san Ders. Jack Mcgowan recovering from a liver ailment South african Allan Henning and Kermit mets slam pirates i _ _. _. New York a run scoring singles by Bud Harrel son and de Charles and a Sacri fice Fly by Tommy Davis High lighted a five run eighth inning sunday for the new York mets who beat Pittsburgh 11-9 and swept a doubleheader. The mets won the opener 3-0on Tom Seaver s four hitter. They have won six of their last seven games and moved into ninth place in the National league. Behind 8-6 in the eighth inning of the second game new York loaded the bases on two single Sand an error. Harrelson and Charles then singled in the tying runs. Davis Fly put the met ahead and they scored twice More when the pirates could get a double play on a grounder by de Kranepool. The mets tied the score 6-6 inthe sixth inning on Harrelson s sacrifice Fly after Cleon Jones singled and went to third on John Sullivan s single. Rise to 9th first Pittsburgh a r h by 4000 2020 of came new York a r h by wills 3b Malou of Clemente Odell prs targe 11 if aaa Zroski 2b Clendenon in Pagan ass Anguilla c Blass p Mcbean p total Pittsburgh new York 4010 0000 4000 3010 3000 3000 3000 3000 0000 Harrelson Johnson Davis if Reynolds if Swoboda of Kra Pool in Charles 3b Jjones of Grote Sseaver p is 4 0 0 02b 4 0 0 0 31200000 41303111 40123010 40002000 29 0 4 0 total 000 000 000 000 31 3 8 3 0000 0 3 x 3 do Pittsburgh 1, new York 2. Lob Pittsburgh 5, new York 8. 2bc.j.Jones, Charles. In h r Erbb so Blass l,4-5 72-38 3 3 4 4 Mcbean 1-30 0 0 0 0 Seaver w,12-89 40035 t2 06. Second game Pittsburgh a r h by total 30 0 4 0 total 28 1 6 1 Philadelphia. 000 000 0000 Chicago Solo oooo 1 do Philadelphia 1, Chicago 1. Lob Philadelphia 5, Chicago 5. 2bhundley. . h r Erbb so Wise l,6-9 7 51112 Hall 1 10000 Jenkins w.16-9 40028 t2 06. A32,750. Buffalo acquires reds Baldschun Cincinnati a the Cincinnati reds announced Sun Day night they were sending Relief Pitcher Jack Baldschun Back to Buffalo in the International league. Baldschun used As a reliever was recalled from Buffalo Juteik and appeared in nine games. A pitched 13 innings and Hadan earned run average of 4.15. Wills is Pagan if Mcbean p Pizarro p Mota Faa Zroski 2b Clendenon in Stargell of Rodgers 3b Jimenez pm Sang ill c Luplow pm Law Ribant p face p Clemente pm Malou of 5 3 0 0 5 4 5 4 3 0 4 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 01 0 0 01 01 0 0 2 0 2 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 new York a r h by Harrelson is 4 2 2 2 Charles 3d 4231 Davis if 3212 Reniff p 0000 Rtaylor p 0000 Swoboda of 4123 Kra Pool in 4011 Buchek 2b 5010 Jjones of 4220 Grote c 2010 Wynne p 0000 Linz pm 1000 Shaw p 0000 Johnson pm 1 1 1 0 Goossen c 0000 Hendley p 1000 Selma p 0000 Sullivan c 3020 Koonce or 0100 total 379137 total Pittsburgh 004 000 021 9 new York 200 Oil 0 s x 11 Echarles Harrelson 2macbean. Do new York 1. Lob Pittsburgh 10, new York 7. 2bcharles, Kranepool. Or Stargell 15rodgers 2swoboda 9. Scharles Rybant wills. Of Kranepool Pagan Harrelson . Law Ribant face Mcbean l,3-3 Pizarro Hendley Selma w,4-5 face. To 3 in. 4 1 1 0 1 2 1 2 2 20. 1-3 2-3 2-3 1-3 2-2 1-3 a h 9 2 1 3 1 4 1 2 3 3 0 34 re 5 1 0 4 1 5 1 0 2 1 0 ,122. R 1 5 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 ibs 1 0 0 01 1 0 2 2 1 0 to 2 2 0 0 01 j1 0 00 the pirates scored six time sin the third inning with Willie Stargell s two run Homer and Bob Rodgers Solo blast the big shots. Manny Mota singled into runs in the inning. The mets came Back wit three runs in the fifth inning on Ron Swoboda s ninth Homer of the season. In the first inning they scored twice on a single by Davis and a sacrifice Fly by won his 12th game against eight losses in the opener As the mets broke up a score less Duel in the eighth when Kranepool singled in Davis who had singled and Charles Dou bled in Swoboda who had beat out a bunt and Kranepool. Steve Blass who stopped the mets on four hits through the first seven innings took his fifth loss of the season against four victories. Tigers continued from Page 18 first pitch sailed far inside of the plate behind Hardin. Plate Umpire John Steven summoned Wilson from the Mound and spoke with him an Tiger manager Mayo Smith. Stevens also called Baltimore manager Hank Bauer out of the dugout for a was relieved after six innings taking the loss and Wil son was relieved after seven with his 16th Triumph in 25decisions. Both of Baltimore s runs Whereon Solo homers by Paul Blair in the second and by Curt Blefary in the seventh. Wilson s Succes Sor on the Mound Fred Lasher held the orioles to one hit in the last two Detroit rally in the second inning began Henkaline doubled and Norm Cash walked. Jim Northrup hit into double play however before Price walked to bring up Victory was Detroit s 13th in 16 games with the Oriole this year. Angels Zarley were All tied for the Lea going into the final round. While Henning and Zarley faded under the pressure of Palmer s game Mcgowan Hung on until Arnie canned a Birdie putt on no. 17 to Clinch his third tournament wino the year. The Victory was Worth $20,000 and boosted Palmer s leading Money earnings for 1967 Over the $138,000 Mark. It was also the second classic Triumph for Palmer who won the same championship in 1962 and never has finished lower than fourth in continued from Page is Lebrew before Rollins came up. The White sox lost a Chanceton tie the game in the ninth when Tommy Agee led off witha double off the left Field Fence but was thrown out trying to stretch it into a triple. Plate Umpire Bill Valentine s Call Ona very close play at third in Censed Chicago manager Eddi Stanky. Stanky rushed Enfield threw his Cap about 15 feet and argued vehemently with his face inches from Valentine s for several minutes to no Avail. The while sox manager was ejected for his outburst. Winner Jim Memott then finished the game by getting Duane Josephson on a Fly to deep Center and Hansen on grounder to third. Ken Boyer Loi Ted a sacrifice Fly to Center As a Pinch hitter with the bases loaded in the seventh inning to get the White sox a 2-2 tie. Chicago loaded the bases against Merritt on consecutive singles by Rocky colavito and Agee a sacrifice and an intentional walk to Hansen. Boyer Fly scored colavito and also advanced Agee and Hansen. But Merritt retired Pinch hitter Smokey Burgess on a Fly to Short left Field for the third out. Minnesota took a 2-0 Lea against Joe Horlen in the first inning on three walks and Rol Lins two out single to Center. The twins then could not get another runner past first base until Horlen left the game for Pinch hitter in the seventh. Agee hit his 12th Home run inthe second inning a 356-foot drive to left for Chicago s first run. A crowd of 42,418 pushed the three game series paid attend Ance to 115,328. Braves a classic played on the massive Firestone country club course with a Par of 35-3570 Over its7,180 Yards. Palmer s four under Par total for the tournament was Only one stroke above the classic record set by Ken Venturi in 1004. After Palmer clinched the Victory at no. 17, Mcgowan ran into trouble on the 18th to take a double bogey six and lose mischance for second Money of $12, 000. Sanders with a 34-35g9 and a 279 total won the second prize and boosted his total earning for the year near the $90,000 Mark. Mcgowan finished with a 36 3072 and 280 for the tournament to wind up in a three Way tie for third place with Nicklaus and Zarley. Henning a 23-year-old in his first year on the tour slumped 36-3874 and finished in a tie at 282 with Kel Nagle Tom Weiskopf and al balding. Nagl had a final 37-3471, Weiskopf a 36-3571 and balding a 34-35 69. Amateur Ron Cerrudo of san Raphael calif., had a 36-3571 to finish with a 283 in a tie with. Gay Brewer who had a final 38-3472 and Rex Baxter jr., who closed with 36-3672. Baxter led through the firs two rounds before taking a disastrous 42-3577 in saturday third round. Continued from Page 18 had Boston shut out on four hits until the ninth inning when Jerry Adair singled and Rico Petrocelli homered with two out. Bill Kelso came out of the Bull pen to get the final and Repoz both connected against loser Jim Lon Borg 16-6. Cardenal s Lead off inside the Park Jolt gave thenagels a Quick Lead in the first inning and Repoz hit his Homer in the . Scored the Angels third run on a wild pitch by Lonborg in the fourth after opening the inning with a single. Weaver relieved Clark in the eighth inning choking off a bos ton threat. Continued from Page 18 their 10th straight , Jones and Allen drove in seven of the braves runs As they completed a sweep of the five game series Over a Houston team which was handicapped bythe los of five players on weekend military duty. The braves exploded for four runs in the first inning off Astro starter and loser to Belinsky Topick up their ninth Victory in the last 11 games. Jones and Carty each had three homers in the five game series with the astros and knocked in a total of 16 runs. The Victory went to Edra Kow who also was the Victor Friday night in the 16-inning Marathon that ended at 1 . Saturday. Reds Ellis Blanks la. 3-0 Cincinnati a Sammy Ellis yielded Only three hits a Cincinnati blanked los Angeles 3-0 for the second straight Tim sunday. Ellis 7-8. Gave up hits in the first and second innings then held the dodgers hit less until the eighth. Lee May socked a two run Homer in the first and a double providing All the Power the reds needed to Down the Dodg ers for the third time in their four game series. May slammed his Homer with two out after Vada Pinson had singled. The reds added a third run inthe next Frame As Chico Ruiz beat out an infield hit and John Edwards followed with a run scoring double. 2 in a Row los Angeles a r h by Oiiver is 2000 Davis of Lefebvre Roseboro Johnson fairly in Gabriels Bailey 3b Drysdale 2b c if of Parker pm Pernoski total los Angel p is 4 4 3 4 4 2 3 2 1 0 29 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 Cincinnati a Harper if 4 Pinson of Rose of May in Perez 3b Helms is Ruiz 2bedwards c Seimis p total 00 000 0 4 4 4 3 4 3 3 3 32 0 Rhyl 000 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 2 2 2 0 0 2 1 0 9 0 0 2 0 0 01 0 3 0 Cincinnati 210 000 0 0 a 3 a Drysdale . Do los Angeles 1, Cincinnati 1. Lob los Angeles 6, Cincinnati 6. 2bw.Davis. Edwards Pinson , Ruiz Rose. 9. In Drysdale l,8-12 7 Perranoski 1 w/7-& �t2 01. A19,835. H 8 1 3 r Erbb so 3313 0000 0043 Pacific stars & stripes 19 tuesday aug. 15, 1967

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