TEN DO VW THINK WE STILL HWE A CHOICE, LUC 1 /? ONE RUN (JILL Tie yp THE 6AME...7UO RUNS WILL. THE CHAMPIONSHIP. JUS BASES ARE LOADEP WITH NOBOW OUT... CHARII6 BftXiW, DOR PITCHB?.. By Mori Walk** E !KEA!7, LOAPEO YVITJJ BUTTEP AMP STRAW8ERRV PRESERVES.' WtJAT'S YOOR FAVORITE FOOD? MIME IS SIRLOIN SURROUMPED MASHEP POTATOES ANP RICH, BROWN GRAVY.' THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT SATURDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 3. 1963 Sc/)ou/er Te am P/oys Wj///omsf own First Came Listed Tomorrow Afternoon Golf Championship EventSundayAug.11 The championships matches for Allied Golf Clubs of Berkshire County will be held Sunday Aug. 11 at the Wahconah Country Club in Dalton marking the 60th anniversary tournament. The individual champion will receive the 'James T. Hunter Memorial Bowl to hold for one year. Dixie Daniels of Adams .is the defending champion. Any male member of an Allied club with a five or under handicap is eligible, In team competition each club's golf chairman will designate the six men to represent that particular club. The four best scores in the morning round will be usec to decide the champion. Individual play will consist of 36 holes of stroke play from scratch the cutoff to follow the morning round. Low half of the field and ties (also any player within 10 strokes of the leader) to qualify for the afternoon round. Ties for first place in both indi vidua! and team compelilion to be decided by a sudden death playoff starting from first tee imme diately following completion ol day's play. Entries must be in Hie hands of Edward H. Toole of Pittsfield committee chairman by next Wednesday at noon. BLONDIE- Bv Chick 'Young YOUWERS SMART-YCD'RE GOING TO NEED IT.' r- I'M SELL I MS THE BEST ACCIDENT-INSURANCE POLICY ON THE MARKET I EVEN BCU6HT By Georgs WuncU: A FEPFEcay PELICIOUS THOJSHT, popl ,M THIS SAME OF ONE-URMAWSHF \ BETWEEN THE RJfSr CiAsS ANP THE FOURTH, THE FOOIIES WOULP SCORE... WHAT'S ON YOUK MINI? THEN, IF THESE POOLIES PIP INVENT A TPAPTTION, AtfSTER RAMPART WCVLP LOOK KINP OF FOOCISH, HUH, FDP? DIXIE DUGAN—Goodnight! ly McEvoy and Stribri , i WAI-IT A LONG! you KNOW- TALK V/ITH YOU ./I'D HOPED YOU 'IT WILL DO NO k ABOUT THAT-fS* WOULD FEEL \GOOD,I'M AFRAID—\CHILD, BUT JjHATWW ABOUT "~" ' I'M AFRAID I MUST INSIST THAT VOL) GO UP AND SEE. HER I SHOULD PUNISH HER, IMPACT— ANNE— YOUR DAWW IS HERETO SAY.; GOODNIGHT/ GOODNIGHT, DIXIE- GOODNIGHT,. MISTER 8ART THE JACKSON TWINS— By Dick Broolrl GEE.OOR AGENT SUKE CAME THEOUSH FOR US, JAN ( WE RMD BACK ^- ALL WE OWED HIM THE FIPST DAY BUT I GUESS HE LIKES THAT TEN PEE CENT, NOW THAT THE L ABOP PROBLEMS ACEALLRXEDUP. WECANGET BACK-TO OUR'CPAZY BOAT PARADE " ENTRY, PIMEY.' I HOPE PUEQIN CHASES ) I'DHATETD 7HATWATEPSW ,- ' BE OUT ON QUEEN ON LAND? ) OUR TUB WHEN HE ZOOMS AFTEI? HEC INA9CW? NANCY— By ErnieBujhmiller TRUDY Jerry Marcu I H5AR A NEW FAMILY JUST MOVED ON OUR BLOCK HELLO, THERE — WHAT'S YOUR NAME? UP-- ONLy FOOUNO — THAT'S NOT I MY NAME "There's t man her* who wanh your autograph, T«d!" College All Stars Surprise Green Bay CHICAGO (AP) - The College All-Stars, in an amazing 20-17 upset victory, have proved the mighty ' Green Bay Packers can be had. Their demonstration before 65,000 fans in Soldier Field and a national television audience Friday night should throw the 1963 National Football League race into a more unprediclable tizzy than ever. The Green Bay dynasty, built on two successive NFL championships, may be showing a crack. At least the All-Stars, healing the pros for the first lime since 1958 and only Hie ninth time in the 30-year history of the series, have made the Packers seem human after all. And guiding the college senior football greats of who now scatter American League last season- to NFL clubs as and pro his record-makini suddenly became rookies — was quarterback Ron VanderKelen of Wisconsin, player none of them wanted. Vahdy wasn't even drafted. But after his sensational showing in the Rose Bowl game—although the Badgers last to USC despile passing — he popular. Winning the bid for his services were Ihe Minnesota Vikings. After the Packers had grabbed a 7-0 lead in the opening five min- ules by recovering a Larry Ferguson Jumble on the All-Stars 11 ant sending Jim Taylor across from Ihe 6, Vandy steered his team 57 yards. The drive—behind the running of Ferguson (lowa-Delroil Lions), and the pass catching ol Paul Flatley (Northwestern-Vikings) and Bob Jencks (Miami Ohio-Chicago Bears)—ended with Jencks booting a 20-yard field goal Before the first quarter closed Tommy Janik (Texas A&l-Denver Broncos) had stolen a Bart Starr pass and returned it to the Packer 27. Vandy hit his Wisconsin team mate, Pat Hichter (Washington Redskins) for 21 yards. Then, in the first four seconds of the second period, Ferguson barreled over from the 5, and Jcncks added the first of his two extra points to put the All-Stars, ahead 10-7. Greon Bay's Tom Moore and Taylor lit a 59-yard push capped by Jerry Kramer's 21-yard field goal that locked the score 10-10. It stood that way at the half after Jencks' field-goal attempt from :he Packer 19 failed when de- 'lected by Herb Adderly.. After a scoreless third quarter, as Glynn Griffing (Mississippi- New York Giants) spelled Vander- Kelen and got off some nifty lasses, the All-Stars again look he lead, 13-10, on a 33-yard field goal by Jencks, Later; when Jerry Kramer's 37- fard field goal was wide for Jreen Bay, the most sensational ilay of the game developed. Vandy passed 20' yards to Richler near the sidelines, and the 6-foot-5 All-America end romped 53 more to score. The 73-yard play put the collegians on top 20-10. With six seconds left, the Packers climaxed a 63-yard aerial drive with Taylor bounding over 'rom the 1. In the Dressing Ronm CHICAGO (AP) _ "Wowee," shouted hard-running fullback Ben Wilson, the first College All- ^lar player to get to the dressing •com after a 20-17 victory over he Green Bay Packers Friday light, and that set off the general reaction among the youngsters who hail their first tasle of pro- 'essional football. "Great, wonderful, how about hat, unbelievable." Those were the remarks shouted in the hot, steamy shower room. Pat Richler, the All-America who took a pass from Wiscoiviin •eammate Ron VanderKelen for 73-yard touchdown play in the inal quarter, admitted the All- Stars were only trying for a flrsl down. "Never mind," hollered head Coach Otto Graham, "we'll take t. Sure, we were going [or the irst down but anylime you try play in foolball you're also try- ng to RO all the way." Graham moved through the dressing room slapping Ihe players on Ihc back and congratulat- ng them. "You know," said Graham, "a It was all a tossup who start at quarterback. Al couple of days ago line coach Dick Stanfel said Ed Budde (Michigan Stale) was our best offensive lineman. During the game he told me they were all great and I have to agree with him. "It's the best offensive line we have had since I've been coaching here," said Graham whose teams had suffered four straight losses at the hands of the pro fessionals since an inaugural 35-19 victory over Detroit in 1958. Graham ' refused to compare this squad with the 1953 team saying, "That's too tough to do but I can't say enough about these guys." Asked why he switched to Glynn. Griffing of Mississippi in the second half afler Vander- Kelen had guided the team effectively in the first half, Graham said he wanted to give somebody else a chance. "The fact lhal we had a couple of fumbles also went through my mind, would four guys are good. Terry Baker (Oregon Stale) and Sonny Gibbs (Texas Christian) can both throw "VanderKelen won the job the Inst few clays. He and Griffing did so well I just didn't have a chance to use the others. I wenl back to VanderKelen because 1 felt he could do the job at that specific time." Vince Lombard!, coach of the Packers, said: "We have no excuses. That was a fine All-Star squad and VanderKelen is a greal pro prospect. He handles himself exceptionally well" Lombardi said the Packets missed the services of injured linebacker Ray Nitechke and thai full back Jim Taylor was not up to par. "I tried lo get Taylor out of there a couple of times but he managed lo get back m there. Our morale was high but we simply couldn't get going." Hinsdate Results FIRST — Commissioner (Bushwell) 5.20 4.00 3.20 Mahlon's Gal (Fenno) 6.60 3.80 Kite One (Kolseth) 5.60 SECOND — K.ilrina Van (Prisco)i 43.00 17.60 6.00 Senator Brooke (Davis) V.80 5.00 Juila R"se Abbot (Silk) 3.40 DAILY DOUBLE (5-5) - Paid $131.40. THIRD — Hot Feet Billy (Oilman) 8.00 5.80 4.60 ihail .n (Higgins) 5,00 4.00 -avid A. (cteWolf Jr.) 3.80 FOURTH — 4.60 4.60 3.40 Widower Spencer (Beckwith) Killarney aJne (Laraia) Goldie Blackguard (Pike) FIFTH — 7.20 3.80 2.80 5.20 3.60 3.00 8.20 Esquire's Sea Bee (Pease) Harvey's Boy (Watson) Haynes Up (Pike) SIXTH — Philip's Lassie (Cossettc) Jeffson Moraka (Gagne) 15.60 Marshall Melody (Berg) SEVENTH — Hal Joy (McCarthy) 19,60 7.00 Jay Dillon ("Harp) 3.20 Lord Tass (Nason) 5,80 4,40 10.60 6.20 3.80 •7 .BO 5.40 3,70 2.80 2.60 •JGHTH — Homestretch Dude (Burgess) 7.80 4.00 3.40 Edgewood Giers (Wilsey) 8.20 4.40 Onward Diamond (Motsiff) 4,60 NINTH — Mnxinc's Volo (Kane) 6.20 3.60 2.BO Cardinal Busier (Constantino) 4.00 3.20 Fusty Royal (Pike) 3.40 Attendance 3528. Handle $129,845. Summer Basketball Nini's News beat Co,. K Old Timers Asan. 49-45 nnd Hunter's shaded Spragnc, 45-43 last night in Summer League basketball games at Johnson Court. The box scores will be .published in Monday's Transcript. Area Sports Events Sunday Baseball Schouler League vs Williarna- town Legion Noel FieM-5:00 Little Leagues North Adams Hunter's vs Rotary — 2:;; Eagles vs Sprague — 3:3; Grey lock Field KHien Hayard Battles Stable NEW YORK (AP) - Welter weight contender Jose Stable risks his hopes for a crack al champion Emile Griffith lonighl when he faces Stanley (Kitlen) Hayward, an unranked ambitious youngster, in a television 10-rounder at Madison Square Garden. Stable, ranked second by the WBA and fourth by Ring Magazine, is the belting choice over Ihe Philadelphian who is making his debut as a Garden headliner and television fighter. Hayward, 24, never has gone more than eight rounds in compiling a 16-1-1 record, including seven knockouts. His sole loss was a decision to Bruce Gibson, which he promptly avenged in his next fight. He has won eight straight. Stable, 22, has swept his last four fights in boosting his recorc to 20-2-1, including six knockouts. The Cuban now lives in New York The bout will be telecast by ABC-TV, starting at 9 p.m., EST. In the Majors (By Ihc Associated Press) American League New York W. 6fi Chicago -60 Pet. G.B. .635 .566 .555 .542 .509 .486 .473 .453 .427 .355 7 8 914 13 17 19 2114 29'/i Baltimore .... 61 Minnesota .... 58 Boston 54 Cleveland .... 53 Los Angeles .. 53 Kansas City .. 48 Detroit ...• 44 Washington .. 38 Friday's Rcsulls Baltimore 6, New York 3 Boston 5-3, Washington 0-4 Minnesota JO, Kansas City 3 Detroit 10, Cleveland 9 Chicago 5, Los Angeles 1 Today's Games Cleveland at Detroit (N) Baltimore at New York Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Minnesota at Kansas Cily (N) Boston at Washington (N) Sunday's Games Chicago at Los Angeles Minnesota at Kansas Cily Cleveland at Detroit (2) Boston al Washington Baltimore al New York (2) Monday's Games No regular games scheduled Hall of Fame exhibition at Cooperstown, N.Y.—Boston (AL) vs. Milwaukee (NL). National Lcagce W. Los Angeles .. 64 St. Louis 61 Son Francisco 60 Chicago 58 Cincinnati .. Philadelphia Milwaukee . Pittsburgh . Houston .... New York 58 . 56 .- 55 . 52 . 42 . 34 Pet. G.B. .598 .565 .556 .547 .527 .500 .491 .385 .315 1114 23 30'A Friday's Results Chicago 12, San Francisco (10 innings) Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 0 St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2 Houston 4, Los Angeles 1 Milwaukee 8-1, New York 0-3 (2nd 11 innings) Today's Games New York al Milwaukee Philadelphia at St, Louis San Francisco at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati Los Angeles al Houston (N) Sunday's Gnmcs New York al Milwaukee San Francisco al Chicago Philadelphia al St. Louis (2) Pillsburgh at Cincinnati (2) Los Angeles at Houston (N) Monday's Games San Francisco at Houston (N) Only regular game scheduled Adams Babe Ruth Albert's Hardware-Adams Super VInrkets edged Nelcc-Sinith, 4-3 in he rubber game of their Round Robin series last 'night and on Monday will start a championship >est of three series with Hoosac Valley-First National Bank, Russ Wandrei the winner, Brian McLaren the loser. SO — Wandrei I, McLaren 8. W — McLaren 5. Fred Goloc and Al Cirone hit riples. Warren Delmolino and Jerry Daunais had doubles. Delmolino, Cirone, Marone, Pratt, Bombardier and Golec collected stolen bases. RBIs: Mm-one, Manor, McLaren, Lamb, R. Bombardier, Del- noli no. The lino score: Nelco 002 010 0—3 8 1 Albert's 200011-47 1 U — Ed Rousseau, Ted Turoczy Vtajor League Stars e Associated rreit) PITCHING — Jim Maloney, Reds, posted victory No. 17—tied for high in the majors—wilh four- litter, striking'out 11 en route to 3-0 shut oul of Pittsburgh. BATTING — Jim Hall, Twins, drove in five runs wilh three-run lomer, rim-scoring single and sacrifice fly in 10-3 walloping of Kansas City, A home and home series has been arranged between the Stuart N. Schouler League team of North Adams and Williamstown American ELegion with the first game tomorrow afternoon at Noel Field. Game lime will be 5 o'clock. The late starting time is to avoid conflict with other events. Carl Chalifoux, Aime Thibert and Stu George will coach the Schouler Leaguers. The foil-wing players have been selected: Rololo, Prenguber, Gentile Jrom Ashkar Sales; Edmonds, Falcon and Witherell from Co. K; Brooks, Guzzi, Altiere and LcFave from Adams Super Markets, Long, Tassone, Schmidt, McMahon and Filiault from Greyloek. The Schouler League coaches have jrot announced their pilch- ing choice as yet. Coaches Billy Danaher and Billy Hart of Williamstown will probably send Kim Chapman to the mound tomorrow in Iwpcs of getting the jump on the local youngsters in t' series. The game will be a nine inning affair. No date has been announced for the second game. Monbouquette Hurls For Red Sox Tonight WASHINGTON (AP)-It looked 'or a time last night as though an assignment against the cellar dwellers ol the American League would prove to be the prescription needed to cure the Boston Red Sox ills. But Washington proved the Red Sox still need effective relief pitching to go all the way when bullpen aces Dick Radatz and Jack Lamabe failed lo meet the order,. Earl Wilson took matters into nis own hands to insure a return to the victory trail when he whitewashed the Senators 5-0 in the opener of the twi-night doubleheader. Wilson slammed a 'hree-run homer in the second inning to provide all the runs he needed to back up his six-hit pitching. Washington won the nightcap 4-3. The Hed Sox produced a new offensive weapon—new for them —stealing four bases in six tries during the night. Two of the stolen bases led to runs/ with Gary Geiger scoring from second twice on singles after taking free bases. The heartbreak for the Red Sox came in the second game after starter Dave Morehead had shut out the Senators for five innings. Jack Lamabe relieved Morehead successfully in the sixth, shutting Ihe door with two on and nobody out. He didn't have it in the seventh inning, however, and gave up a two-run triple — the signal for Radatz to help stem the uprising. The big righl-hander, who was hit hard his last lime out, wasn'l able to stem (he lide, either. He gave up a sacrifice fly to Chuck Hinlon to tie the game at three- all, and then was touched for the winning run on two solid singles sandwiched around a walk. Bennie Daniels suffered the loss in the first game, being shelled from the mound in Ihe third. But he came on strong as Ihc stopper in the second conlest, holding the Red Sox hitless over Ihe last two innings to preserve the win for Washington starter Steve Ridzik. This was the second loss of the season for Radatz, who now has a 12-2 record. Oddly enough, it was Washington who beat Ihe fireballer earlier in the S'ear on Don Lock's home run in the 145h inning. . Bill Monbouqueile will go after his 15th victory tonight against Washington's Dick Duckworth (3-8). The control ace from Medford, who also was hit hard his last time out, is well rested and ready to resume his quest for his first 20-game season. New England Spor'/s Briefs ANDOVER, Mass. CAP) - The Boston PalrioLs left for the West Coast today and the opening ex- tibilion game of their American Football League campaign. The Pats meet Oakland tomorrow in the first of two exhibition games after closing out the first phase of their pre-season training at Anriover Academy. Coach Mike Holovak called his early training program "a very satisfactory session." Four men had lo be left behind due to Injuries — linebacker Jack Rudolph, fullback Frank Williams tight end Oscar Lofton and halfback Jim Crawford. * * t HINSDALE, N.H. (AP)—Homestretch Dude won the feature trot last night at Hinsdale Raceway in 2:07 2-5, paying $7.80. A crowd of 3,528 wagered $129,845. * * * BRTDGTON, Maine (AP)—The men and women entered in the Eastern Regional Water Ski Championships today will have jniite a target to shoot for, Dicksie Ann Hoyt of Fair Haven, Telephone Men Trip Recreation Telephone tripped Recreation, 16-3 last night in the North Adams Old Timers Softball League, Bolding the wnnner, McCarron on the losing end. Belding walked three. Brule hit a homer, Reardon, Fairs, Elwel and Strange pumped doubles. The line score: Rec. .. Tel .... 012 405 000 0— S 070 x—16 N.J., won all three girls. events—Hie slalom, the jumping [Scorers and the tricks competition—at the meet opening yesterday. U — Caprari, Clark, Riley. Little Leagues Xorfh Adams Elks 2, Eagles 1, seven Innings John Greenbush the winner, Konopka the loser. Lussier worked six innings for the Elks, Richie Blair the same for the Eagles. SO—lA'ssier 9, Blair 2. W—Lussier 2, Blair 3. Blair and Lussier each allowed two hits. Jeff Filiault's single in the seventh won the game, RBIs: Benedetli, Kirby, Filiault. The line score: Elks 010 000 1 2 ! 2 Eagles 000 100 0 122 •Hayes. Benedetli, Reeves. Boogee and Consey. U- SALEM, N.H. (AP) — Dormal Stable's Count Dormal won the iealure race at Rockingham Park yeslerdny, covering Ihe mile and 70 yards distance in 1:43 4-5 over a sloppy Irack. Count Dormal, ridden by Dick Winant, came on strong at the finish to produce a $12.20 payoff. Runnerup Sovereigness paid $8.60 and Indian Relic paid $2.20 to show. A crowd of 7,758 paid $718,239. Souchak, Merrill Top Golf Field Pitlsficld medalist honors in the 44th annual invitation four-ball ournament of the Country Club of Pittsfield went to Frank jSou- chnk nnd former U. S, Seniors champion Joe Morrill Jr. of Great Harrington. They .chalked up n hroe-under-par 69 Friday nfler- noon in the first round of the 72 »le lest. A stroke off tlw pace nre the Inndcms of Bob Jones 3d and Bill Ginn, John Zaiken and Branden Ingrmm. Tag Day Starts •or Jimmy Fund The North Adams Little League boys do their bit today for the Jimmy Fund. The youngsters .larled oul at 9 o'clock this morn- ng and will be on the streets vm- il Inlc in Ihe afternoon In connection wilh the annual Tag Day. The boys will be in uniform. Farm I.cngue UTWA 32, Rolary 0, Robert Hayden the winner, Whitney, Luscia and LaVersa toiled for the losers, Hayden fanned 15, walked two and allowed two hits. Whitney was the loser. Rotolo, Cohen, Slater hit doubles, Slattcry and Demg belled triples. Rololo had four singles and a double, • Slaler and Feder four hils each, Derrig had three. The line score: UTWA .... 323 1410 3Z 23 Eagles 8,1UE 7 Wolfe and Wood pitching for Eagles, Bergcr and Boisjolic for IUE. SO - \Volfe 9, Wood 2, Bei-gcr 2, Boisjolie 3. W — Bcrger 5, Wood 2, Boisjolie 2, Wolfe 1. RBIs; Wood 2, Contois, Perras- 2, Roberts. SB — Contois 2, Wood, Bergcr, I/ird. The line score: Eagles 313 10 — 8 IUE 220 03-7 Fhhts Last Niaht the, /Modelled Prest) NEW CASTLE, Pa. —Fcrnand Chretien, 137, Canada, outpointed Billy Backus, 134, Syracuse, N.Y., 10. $37,116 Daily Double MONTICELLO, N.Y. (AP)-An unidentified bettor won $37,116.10 on the twin double nt Monticello Raceway Friday night, believed to be Ihe highest ever at a harness Irack in New York Slate. The winning combination was 7, 1, fi anrl 5 for (lie (Hill, sixth, seventh and eighth races.
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