THE MICHIGAN DAILY
JOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP
Koufax Challis Up 16th Win
By The Associated Press
on his 16th game in the opener
nd Willie Davis stole three bases
nd scored each time in the night-
ap as the Los Angeles Dodgers
wept- a twi-night doubleheader
om Pittsburgh 5-1 and 10-7.
Koufax, who has lost five games,
ave up only six hits but ran into
ouble in the late innings. The
irates scored their only run in
he seventh when Dick Schofield
oubled and Jerry Lynch followed
ith a pinch hit single.
* * *
it a three-run homer and Leo
ardenas slammed a two-run
'iple leading the Cincinnati Reds
o a 5-2 victory over Milwaukee
esterday in the first game of a
NEW YORK ()-Juan Mari-'
ial, pitching ace of the pennant
intending San Francisco Giants,
as hospitalized yesterday with a
ak ailment and club- fficials
,ared the star right-hander
ight not rejoin the team until
returns home nearly two weeks
The Dominican native who has
15-5 record, was taken to Hark-
,ss Pavillion for extensive exam-
ation and will remain there at
ast through Friday. X-rays
,ken yesterday were negative
iq the ailment was described as
Marichal said the pain began a
eek ago and has become.steadily
orse. "I don't know how it be-
n, but right now the pain is
The loss, of Marichal further
rips the Giant pitching staff
hich is already without Jack
anford, who was operated on
st month for removal of an
rain-marred twi-night double-
Johnson's home run-his third
in two games and 15th of the
season-came with two out in the
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Minnesota Twins smashed five
home runs including Harmon
Killebrew's 37th, and crushed the
Boston Red Sox 12-4 last night.
Killebrew's three-run homer in
the seventh broke open a tight
game with the Twins leading only
5-4 in the seventh inning. The
husky outfielder collected four
hits- in the game and drove in a
single run in the first inning.
* * *
CLEVELAND -Reliever Steve
Ridzik held Cleveland to two hits
over the final 71/3 innings, preserv-
ing Washington's 4-2 victory over
the Indians last night.
Ridzik replaced starter Don Ru-
dolph in the second inning with
two men on and two out, got out
of the jam and allowed only two
base runners the rest of the way.
* * *
ST. LOUIS--Billy William's 25th
home run, with a man on in the
sixth inning, broke up a scoreless
duel between Chicago's Lew Bur-
dette and Ray Sadecki of St. Louis,
last anight and carried the Cubs
to a 4-0 victory over the Cardinals.
NEW YORK-Two errors by
New York shortstop Tony Kubek
helped the Kansas City Athletics
to defeat the Yankees 5-1 last
night and ruin the return of ace
left-hander Whitey Ford.
Ford, who had missed two pitch-
ing turns because of a sore hip,
was locked in a scoreless duel
with A's 'starter John O'Donoghue,
a rookie southpaw, for five in-
CHICAGO-The Detroit Tigers,
held to a bunt single for seven
innings by Chicago left-hander
Gary Peters, struck for four runs
in the eighth and defeated the
White Sox 4-3 last night.
W L Pct.
x-Baltimore 46 40 .62
New York 63 39 .620
Chicago 64 41 .61]
x-Los Angeles 56 54 .509
Boston 52 55 .487
Minnesota 51 55 .480
Detroit 52 57 .476
Cleveland 48 59 .449
Kansas City 41 65 .385
Washington 42 70 .373
x--Played night game.
. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 4, Cleveland 2
Kansas City 5, New York 1
Detroit 4, Chicago 3
Minnesota 12, Boston 4
)Baltimore at Los Angeles (inc)
New 'York at Kansas City (n)
Detroit at Chicago' (n)
Boston at Minnesotan(n)
Washington at Cleveland (n)
Baltimore at Los Angeles (n)
Vii T. rAn
Don Demeter's three-run homer
capped the rally as the Tigers
snapped Chicago's five-game win-
NEW YORK-Jim Davenport
cracked a hit and run single and
Jose Pagan scored all the way
from first base in the 14th inning,
giving the San Francisco Giants
a 4-3 victory over the New York
Mets last night.
W L Pct. GB
Philadelphia 6042.588 B
San Francisco 61 46 .570 1%
Pittsburgh 55 48 .553 5%
y-Cincinnati 58 48 .547 4
y-Milwaukee 54 50 .520 7
St. Louis' 54 51 .515 7y4
Los Angeles 53 51 .508 8
Chicago 50 53 .484 10
Houston 46 62 .42¢ 17
New ,York , 34 74 .314 27
y-Second game incomplete.
Los Angeles 5-10, Pittsburgh 1-7
Cincinnati 5, Milwauke 2 (2nd inc)
San Francisco 4,rNew York 3 (14 inn)
Chicago 4, St. Louis 0,
Only games scheduled
Houston at Philadelphia (2-tn)
San Francisco atNew York (n)
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (n)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (n)
Chicago at St. Louis (n)
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