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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 19, 1963, Tokyo, JapanInjury puts out new York Topi Roger Maris May be through for the season and there is eve some question whether he will be ready to play in the world series. The injury plagued 29-year-old right fielder for the new York Yankees left the club and returned Here Mon Day for further examination of a Back condition. Or. Sidney Gaynor team physician will examine Maris at Lenox Hill Hospital and May order him to remain in the Hospital for observation. Maris has a and he s in real pain said Yankee Man Ager Ralph Houk. I have no idea when hell be read to compiled from a and up National league w l pet. Blos Angeles st. Louissan Francisco . Cincinnat Chicago Pittsburg Houston new York 9291 82-80 7980 7571 5962 6972 72 ,715 7679 .609.595 .543.526 .523523497.473 210 12v-13 1317 2oy258 93 .384 34 49 102. .325 43 monday night a v los Angeles .000 001 0023 8 1st. Louis 000 000 1001 3 1 Podres 14-10perranoski 9 an Roseboro Broglio Shanti 9 6-4taylor 9 and Mccarver. . Musial 12th. # % san Francisco 101 110 0004 7 1milwaukee 030 000 0003 6 1 Maricial 23-8 and Bailey Clon inf for 9-10shaw. 6tiefenauer 8 and Torre. Or Milwaukee men ice Lith san Francisco Cepela 31st. Chicago 000 000 0000 2 2pittsburgh. 000 000 0011 8 0 Jackson 14-16 Ancl Schaffer Venlo 3-2. And Pagliaroni. Tue Daych Imago at Pittsburgh 2, twi night. Los Angeles at st. Louis night. Philadelphia at new York night Houston at Cincinnati night. San f r a n c i s c o at Milwaukee night. I american league a new Yor Chicago Minnesota Baltimore Detroi Boston Clevelan Kansas City los Angele Washington w l100 52 85 6585 67 7974 7372 6768 53xclinched Pennant. 7276 798.1 8384 97 pet. Go .658 .567 14 .559 15.523 20% .493 25.480 27 .471 28va.447 32 .447 32.353 46 monday night no games scheduled. Tuesday Baltimore at los Angeles 2,.raindetroit at Minnesota night Boston at Chicago night. New York at Cleveland night Kansas City at Washington night. # late sports tuesday night National league Loh Angeles 1000000214 91st. Louis 000 000 0000 4 0 Koufax 24-5 and Roseboro Sim Mons 15-8schultz 9 and Mccar ver. Or los Angeles Howard s7th. J 1st game Chicago 002 000 0103 6 0pittsburgh 010 000 0001 9 0 Muhl 10-13mcdaniel 8 an Ranew Friend 17-16mcbean 9 and Pagliaroni Brand 9. 2d game Chicago 000 201 0003 8 1 Pittsburgh 000 000 31x4 11 1 hobble Mcdaniel 7 12-7 an Schaffer Mahew 8sisk hot Dix 8 3-4mcbean 9 Ancl Paglia Roni Brand 8. V. & in houston1200000003,7 0cincinnati 200 001 olx4 10 2 Nottebart 10-8 and Bateman Nuxhall Worthi Wigton 2 4-4henry 9 and Edwards. Or Cincinnati Skinner 3d. 1st lefty with 11 shutouts sports cards st. Louis a Sandy Koufax the los Angele dodgers splendid Lethander pitched a four hit 4-0 shutout Over the second place st. Louis cardinals tuesday night increasing the dodgers National league Lead to three games while becoming the first left Tiande pitch Erin major league history to Post 11 shutouts in one season. Koufax Maury wills and Frank Howard All Contri buted to another dodger Victory the second in a Row i this vital three game series that May determine the National league Pennant Winner. And for the second night in a Row 42-year-old grand father Stan Musial who plans to retire this season played the spark for the cardinals. Musial homered for the Only run off Johnny Podres in the dodgers 3-1 Victory Mon Day night and got the first hit off Koufax in this one a single leading off the seventh inning. Koufax winning his 24th game against Only five losses broke the record for left handers set by Carl of the new York giants who pitched 10 shutouts in 1933. Koufax Lith made him the most prolific Pitcher since Grover Cleveland Alexander recorded 16 for the 1916 Philadelphia Phillies. Compiled from a and ii they be just got to fold said Leo Durocher. They be been so hot they be just got the outspoken los Angeles dodger coach right or can the st. Louis cardinals Bounce Back from a 3-1 defeat by the National league leading dodgers monday night in the opener of the three game showdown at st. Louis that May decide the Pennant Winner Leo made his comment before the game monday night with the cardinals heading into the series Only one game Back of the dodgers after rolling to 10 consecutive victories and. 19 in 20 games. The dodgers broke throw High with two runs in the ninth i n Ning to defeat the cardinals and increase their National league Lead to two games in the opener of the three game series. Southpaw Johnny Podres the Gritty Money who hurled the dodgers to their first world championship in 1955, ended the to game Cardi Nal winning Streak by holding them to three hits including a seventh inning Homer by Stan the Man was Only the second defeat in the last 21 games for the Koufax Perranoski Southpaw Johnny Podres of the los Angeles dodgers flashes determined expression As he fires one to the plate. He held the st. Louis cardinals to three hits monday night and won with ninth inning Relief help from Bon Perranoski As los Angeles took the opener of a crucial three game series 8-1 at st. Louis. A photo cardinals and dropped them three games behind in the All important loss column. After the dodgers broke through against reliever Bobby Shantz in the ninth manager Walt Alston called on his Ace reliever Ron Perranoski who set the cards Down in order in the of those dodger runs in the ninth was unearned be cause of a. We throw by Sec Ond baseman Julian Javier. With Ernie Broglio who had allowed Only six hits obviously tiring in the eighth Cardinal manager Johnny Keane called o n the left handed Shantz with three left handed hitters coming up for the dodgers in the l ninth. But Ron fairly hit Shantz second pitch against the right Field screen for a double and after Catcher Johnny Roseboro struck put Willie Davis singled sharply to Center to score fairly with the tie breaking run. Returns Wishko Santa Monica Cal. Up heavyweight Eddie Machen who successfully started on the com Eback Trail monday night with a knockout of Ollie Wilson Infanta Monica civic auditorium says he s ready to take on the Louisville lip Cassius Clay right 196-Pound Machen relax ing in his dressing room after his knockout of Wilson 206, Miami in 2 19 of the. Sixth round of a scheduled six Rounder said he was very satisfied with the results of his first fight since a mental breakdown 14 months Ajro it was a big step for me he remarked. The whole eyes of the sports world were Oil continued on Page 20, col. 3 Pone faces Tough challenger Tokyo a Pone ,the Only thai to win a world Box ing title Hopes to retain his Fly weight c v o a when he meets japanese Challen Ger Hiroyuki e Bihar Here wednesday night. The 15-r o u n contest is Schedu led at the Tokyo municipal gym 27-year-old Pone will be King etch making his first defense of the112-Pound Crown since he regained it from Japan s Masahiko fighting Harada in Bangkok last january in a return match.p6ne lost the title to Harada in Tokyo in october 1962, by an Lith round knockout. Counting from the time he first won the world s lightest Crown from Argentina s Pascual Perez in 1960 it will be his fifth title defense. Local boxing experts predict 23-year-old Ebihara considered one of the hardest hitting flyweight in the Orient will win by a Knock out. All their thinking is based on Pone s physical condition and his irregular training program since coming to Japan. Even Pone s fans in Thailand predict he will lose by a knockout according to news reports from Bangkok. The Champion however ignoring All criticism said he is in his Best physical condition and i confident of keeping the Crown that earned him More than $100,-000 and four All expense paid trips to Japan Shihara world s no. 4 Fly weight contender said i will do my he seems very confident says Nat Fleischer editor of Thering magazine., Ebihara is the Pacific stars & stripes continued on Page 80, col. 8 thursday september 19, 1963 Hiroyuki Ebihara Japan s title Hope

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