Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 25, 1952 · Page 16
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TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH f AGE 8EVBNTB«M BO WLING Worm RJVEH Bom. l-ittn Merchants Western Auto won 3 from Italian Lodge. New Way won 2 from Authorized. WR Painting won 3 from Hills. Individual high game: Jart/bs 221. Individual high series: Gra- bowskt 593. Team high game: Western 912. Team high series: Western 2589. 200 bowlers: Jacobs 221; Slddens 220; Grabowski 215. Early Merchants Drennan won 3 from Friendly. Macs won 2 from Ferguson Groc. Grlesedieck won 2 from City Club. Dauer won 2 from Dorris. Robertson won 2 from Bakers. Harbke won 2 from Swanns. Individual high game: Kochan 222. Individual high series: Kochan 642. Team high game: Griesedieck 978. Team high series: City Club 2684. •200 bowlers: Kochan 222 215 205, Harbke 203, Lawrence 206 209, Boren 209, Slddens 209, Robertson 203; Blck 210, Moore 201, Tedrlck 206, Harris 209, Fitzgerald 212, Drennan 210, Skundrlck 216, Sol- terman 213, Feezel 209, Sheets 200, .Curtis 200, Waggoner 218. BOWL INN Merchants Fischer won 3 from Stocker's. Mason Root Beer won 2 from Howdy. Alton Bottle Gas won 2 from Domino's. Upper Alton won 3 from Modern Plbg. Schlitz won 2 from Stolze. Hi-Way Grill won 2 from B-l Soda, Budweiser won 2 from Comm. Coal. Individual high game: Holloway 196. Individual high series: Earl 521. Team high game: Budweiser 86ff. Team high series: Budweiser 2438. Western Mixed Easy X's won 2 from Torpedoes. Doosles won 3 from Lucky Strikes. Ramblers won 2 from' Bombers. Individual high game: O. Cox 187. Individual high series: Fletcher 514. Team high game: Bombers 744. Team high series: Bombers 2183. Steel Mill Electricians won 3 from Cupola. Wire Mill won 3 from Pipe Shop, Tube Mill won 3 from Roll Shop Open Hearth won 2 from Machine Shop. Individual high game: Eckhard 216. Individual high series: Sawyer 528. Team high game: Tube Mill 840. Team high series: Electricians 2405. 200 bowlers: Eckhard 216, Montgomery 209. ACME ALLEYS Alton Classic Phil Reilley won 2 from Bluff City. -Falslaff won 2 from Greenfields. Mineral Springs won 2 from Hyde Park. Griesedieck won 2 from Stag. Individual high game: 0. Smith 232. Individual high series: Springer 601. Team high game: Stag 969. Team high series: Mineral Springs 2685. 200 bowlers: Darr 216; Smith 232; Svvanson 203; J. MacDonald 207; Kelly 211; Huber 213; Finley 204; Scheiter 227; Breden 205; Adams 203; Hays 215; Springer 211; State 213; R. Crystal 208, 201; Moxey 201; Stallings 204, 203; Reed 211. Major Women Falstaff won 3 from Holloway. Walz won 3 from Mlllikln. Owens- Ill, won 3 from Westerner. Individual high game: Weeks 181. Individual high series: Pless 518. Team high game: Walz 811. Team high series: Walz 2350. Alton Boxboarii Electricians won 3 from Pipefit- ters. Welders ,von 3 from Office. Transportation won 2 from Power- House. Individual high game. Stallings 234. Individual high series: Stallings 638. Team high game; Electricians 936. Team high series: Electricians 2685. 200 bowlers: Stallings 234, 211. Buohlmnn 200, Gibson 202, Hewitt 209, Schroedcr 202. Alton Business Women Woathorby won 3 from Alfbn Brake. Springman won 2 from Salle Ann. Streepers won 2 from Walnut Grove. Metcalfe-Miller won 2 from Stag. Square Deal won 2 from Russell. Individual high game: Franklin 20-1. Individual high series: Franklin 526. Team high game: Walnut Grove 789. Team high series: Springman 2294. 200 bowlers: Franklin 204. Two More California Games for Brownies BURBANK, Calif., March 25 & —The St. Louis Browns go back to work today in the first of two games against the Pittsburgh Pirates before they leave California. Manager Rogers Hornsbey dem- onstarted his appreciation for his team's 9-5 record so far in the exhibition season by giving the squad a day off from all training yesterday. Etna Erupts CATANIA; Sicily, March 25 /P- Mt. Etna, Europe's loftiest volcano, began to belch smoke and flames early v today from its northeastern' cone. The volcano has been increasingly active in recent years. New York, Illinois Sign Boxing Deal CHICAGO, March 25 /P — An inter-state agreement between the Illinois and New York state athletic commissions has been signed to purge boxing of the hoodlum element. The reciprocal pact provides for mutual recognition of suspensions and contracts between managers, or boxers, or promoters. It was signed yesterday by Joe Triner of Illinois an Chairman Robert K. Christenberry of New "York attending the regular session of the Illinois commission. Bui22? NOW TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ARTHUR MURRAY'S AMAZING OFFER Here is your opportunity to net the experience and ronfiilenoe, you need to dance well on u crowded floor. Arthur Murrn.v is offering everyone 20 full hours of uclual ballroom dancing free. 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Shown at Spring training in Tampa are, left, Pitcher Miles Jordan, Outfielder Dick S.sler, Sewell, Catcher Andy Semmick, and Infielder Fddie Pellegrini,—NIA Del Wilber's Rise from Obscurity to First String: ^ ~ Job on Phils Successful By JOE ilRICIILER CLEARWATER, Fla.,-/P—Three years ago he was a minor league manager, his brief and profitless major league career apparently behind him. Today Delbert Wilber is the first string catcher for the Philadelphia Phillies' knee-deep pitching staff, believed by many to be the best in baseball. That's the Horatio Alger story of this resolute receiver who refused to heorl the ad vine of the St. Louis Cardinal front office when it told him to forsake the playing end for a career as a pilot. This is the same person who returned unheralded from the minors last year and proceeded to win the No. 1 catching job away from Andy Seminick, long a fixture with the Phils. Dyer, As Usual, Wrong "You'll never be anything but a third stringer, "Del was told by Manager Kddie Dyer. "You've got to make up your mind whether you want the glory of the big leagues or the security of a job in the Card organization." Wilber chose the playing end. The decision Cetme after he had put in a year managing the Houston team in the Texas League. That was in 3949. Wilber was 30 then and apparently in the twilight of his career, a mediocre one at that. A promising future had ail but been expunged by a five-year stay in the Army. • The 6Vi, 210 pound native oC Lincoln Park, Mich., was discharged in 1946 and managed to catch on as a bullpen catcher wilh the Redbirds but he couldn't convince anybody he was a real big leaguer. Drafted by Phils When Wilber left Houston in 1950 he was optioned to Rochester where he caught nearly every game, batted over .300 and was named to the International League's all-star team. The Cards attempted to recall him in September when Qaragiola fractured his collarbone but all four options had been exhausted and Del was drafted by the Phillies. "The Phillies drafted me for protective purposes," Wilber related. "They wanted to send Stan Lopata, a promising youngster, down to (he minors for more seasoning and they figured they ought to get an oldster like me to relieve Semi- nick occasionally. I got a chance one day when Andy got beaned. From then on 1 did most of the catching." Del will never forgot the night of Aug. '27 when he slammed Ihree homers in as many times al Iml lo singlehanded defeat Cincinnati, 3-U. Olympians Ready For Laker Test INDIANAPOLIS, March 25 K- The Indianapolis Olympians—having spent the last two nights in nightmares of George Mikan, Vern Mikkelsen nnd Jim Pollard—will entertain the mighly Minneapolis Lakers tonight in an effort to keep their NBA playoff chances alive. The three dumped in 64 points among them Sunday night as Minneapolis .jumped into a 1-0 lend in the series, 78-70, in Minneapolis. Minneapolis won five of nine games from the Olympians during the season. If the Olymps succeed In squaring the scries tonight it will shift back to Minneapolis for the deciding contest. Wednesday. The winner will meet: Rochester in the second round. Eire's Government, steadfastly maintains that TV uill not be feasible there for "some few years.' Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Nine Oilers Get Letters WOOD RIVER. — March 25. — Couch Chick Summers of the Wood River High Oilers has announced the award of nine letters to members of the 1951-52 basketball team. Varsity members receiving letters wore Captain Paul Mnnahan, Jim Smith, Elmer Schwalbe, Ron Fisher, Leonard McCormick, Doug Warford, Dana Mead, Bornie Taylor, and Charlie Moore. A letter was also awarded to team manager David Harvey. The toes of the dead tiro cut off to keep their ghosts from walking in certain semi-civilized sections of the world. TONITE AND WED. LOUIS HAYWMD MOf lAMMX - HOHta IMI ONE MAN AND 200 WOMEN! Hasbtml-tiangij girls, seeking i future—forgetting i put—braving iRtoM dangtr A-G-M presents WESTWARC THE WOMEN ROBERT TAYLOR DENISE DARCEL Shown »t »:4.1 P. M. SISTER AGAINST BROTHER IN RACE FOR OIL RICHESI MARIE WINDSOR RICHARD DENNING Shown at ':'!(> I'. M. Shown nl 7:25 — AND — FUNNIEST PICTURE IN NINE LIFETIMES/ i • PEULBf RG-SEATON • rut AMLUOHAIP* TOMCAT tllrrmi JAM WITH G6NE IOCKHART AMD -f&VBXRB A Paramount Picture Shown at 8:. VI — I'l-t'S — 2- REEL SHORT .CARTOON Philadelphia. "I'm a minister and spent money on all kinds of treatments (or rheumatic pains hut nothing helped like Muscle-Kub," says P. 1L Porsejr of Atlanta. Make This Test No pre»rrli>lion necessary Oft Musclfi-Rub from your drugKnt. Use half on* bottle and if not delighted, : return what'* left and get all jourj money back without question. Kconnmy or hospital size $2 25 or large trial ; size only $1.25. Try today. Sleep to- : night Enjoy blessed relief—or DO cot*. Muscle-Rub At All 11IIIIIT1 IMenty of I'Yi'n I'arking Space Continuous from 7 1*. M. LAST TIME TONITE }"A Place in the Sun" 9:07 "Captain Horatio Hornblower"— 7:07. WED,-THURS..FRI, \\nltcr I'idgeon, Ann Harding Hurry Sullivan " The Unknown Man" Shown at 9:13 Stewart firunger, I'ier Angeli (jeorge Sanders "The Light Touch 1 ' Shown at 7:35 Selected Shorts JIOJ.'SK OF HITS" TONITE-WED. "SON OF DRACULA" to FONTAINE- j LUND MOM FREEMAN- Peter HANSON \ Darling, / If: til Only Parking In Roar of Theater Continuous ^IMI^ Doors Open 7 to 11 p.m ^M/^. MS P'"> NORSIDE TONITE-Merchants' Certificate Night TONIGHT-WEDNESDAY FUNNIEST PICTURE IN NINE LIFETIMES! • PITUBERr.-SEATOM •"»•"« A*UL*0*AI»* TOMCAT WITH GtNE LOCK.HAfll AND -RHUBARB Shown at » 17 Shown a t "< i"i Hi M Leo Names Willinms An Second SnrJtcr PHOENIX, Ariz., Mnmh 25 /P--Ne\v York Ginnt Manner Loo Durocher today issued his first publlfi statement who will piny second hnsc for the Nat- tonnl LcnRiip ehnmplons. "Dnvcy Wllllnms will open and there's nobody oven close to him," snld I ho skipper. Williams hnsn't boon htMIng so far hut Oils shortcoming apparently isn't bothering Dm-- oeher. Finn Public Meeting Tonight at Oca ft on flRAFI'ON - A public monlimr for the purpose of fixing n Irnti- tlvp budget nnd appropriation ordi- nnnre for the town of Quarry for the fiscal yenr nt K. I.. LeFnivre's Rarbpr Shop, at 7 p. m, torlny. Final action on thp ordlnanrp will be taken by electors at the annual town mooting April 1 at 2 p. ni. l*n,pnr IJrlvn GRAFTON — Troop No. 8 of Roy Scouts will sponsor a waste paper drive Saturday, beginning at 10 a. m. In ease of rain, donors arc requested to keep paper indoors, Kane No food Is served in India's new Airlxt (conch plane) service hut soft drinks are permitted during flights. KANE—Miss Aryllnc Tnlbort, St. LouiR, spent the weekend with Miss Keota Darr. Mr. and Mrs. Phylip Plato and Mrs. Howard Pinto and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Smith, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kilborn, ttixby, Okla., nrc visiting his brother, Curtis Pregler ui.d family. Mr. nnd Mrs, Deo Hurch nnd daughter, Palsy, Alton, and Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Mllner and daughter, Margie, Carroll ton, wore guests Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. George Milner. Mrs. Mary Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. George Sturmon and children, Granite City, were Sunday guests of Mr. mid Mrs. II. L. Stevens. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. H. Abbott and daughter, of Allon, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Abbott. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Whlllock, Jerscyvllle, nnrt Guy Hetzel, Old Kane, wore guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Itotzel. Leacqo Woolsey and frtmlly, nnd John Uyland and daughter, Carrollton, spent. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Emery Turner. Mr. and Mrs. William Davis and children, EdwardsvilU, wore guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Frllnh. Sgt, John Gross and Mrs. Gross, Morganfleld, Ky., visited over the weekend with Mrs. Gross' mother, MM. Worthy Sfrtnger, Mr. and Mrs. Roy MflttW*, Alton, were Sunday guest* «rf Mf. nnd Mrs. Charles Motfm Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Wehrly, 8t, Louis, were guests over the weekend of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Curtltw Preglftr. Robert WH'lams nnd son, Gary, Lebanon, were guests Sunday ef his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E; WJl* Hams. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Bates spent Sunday with their son-ln-Iftw flild daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yd- com, Fidelity! Mr, and Mrs. Everett Turner and son, Dolos, spent Sunday at Dana, Ind., with Mr. and Mrs. John Daniels. Mr. and Mrs, James Mundy, Lewis Mundy, and Bob Gullander nnd family, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Turpehlng, of Jersey county. Guests Sunday of Mr. and MM. Ralph Llndcr were: Rev. and MM. L. E. Mustaln and son, Danny, and Gary Jones, Roxana, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller, Alton. • Mr. and Mrs. Carol Short, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reynolds, Jimmy Hurley, Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baumgardner, Webster Grovos, Mo., visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Ross Reynolds. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lynn Cochran and son, Ronald, Alton, wore guests Saturday of Mrs. Cochran's parents, Mr. and Mrsi C. E. Hutchens. OI'ISN I2!<5 DAILY — BOc Till 0 l\ M. WEDNESDAY - 4 DAYS | GRAND Shown 1 :10 3:15 5:15 7:20 9:25 * Bugs Bunny Cartoon I TODAY 1UJKT I.ANOA.STKR LAST .;OI)V I,AVVKANOK TIMES (ilMlKKT KOLAND TKCIINICOf.OK TEN TALL MEN" Shown 3:10 5:JS 7:20 0:28 1 WOODRIVER WED. & THURS. FRANK SINATRA SHELLEY WINTERS PLUS ALFX NICOl Shown 11:15 10:00 IOVE THAT TOOU HIM FROM A DARK DEFEAT TO A BRIGHT VICTORY) """ARTHUR KENNEDY pfccr DOW Shown X:':o TODAY LAST Timcc IIANDOU'II SCOTT KUMN DKKW, JOAN LESLIE "MAN IN THE SADDLE" Shown 3:50 0:40 »:2« Frances LariRford "PURPLE HEART DIARY" Shown 5:20 8:05 OPEN 12:45 DAILY WED. & THURS. PRINCESS BOB PLAYS 2 ROLES.. I'm a Screamingly Funny Comedy! •P •* HOPE PLUS— Shown 1:50 4:20 (i:fiO 0:20 JOHN FORD'S (3 TIME ACADEMY AWARD DIRECTOR) THIS IS KOREA A THRIU/NG FEATURE P/CTURE IN NEW JR(JCOLOR ..the most human and dramatic story of our time! Photographed and Presented by U.S. NAVY • MARINE CORPS • ARMY • AIR COUPS and SANCTIONED fa/ the U.S. DfPARlMtNJ Of OfflrNSf Shown l:iio 3:80 «:UO H..')U ^ CARTOON WOOD RIVER ( arv <ilu " t * lu>l!>y 1>ruku "H»<»t ton O.\K TOMTK LAST TMIKS I'lus "(OIIKV OF <• VSOMXK AM. shown 8:99 Shown T;«« lf:Q| Welcwe Sack 7* ALT-WOOD Easter is a Time of Joy ... Marks an Awakening . , . The Advent of Spring . . . The Ideal Time to Gladden your Hearts and Get Set for Another Season of Greater Outdoor Movie Entertainment Pleasure! LET'S GET OUTDOORS — BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY! TEL GATES OPEN AT 6:30 - SHOW STARTS AT 7;00 P. M. 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY — RAIN OR CLEAR OLD ST. LOUIS ROAD between EAST ALTON and WOOD RIVER CHILDREN under 12 and CARS FREE t FREE PLAYGROUND

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