Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1958 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 2, 1958
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WEDNESDAY, JULY t, l«S» ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGB Sabazen Only American Left In British Golf ST. ANNE'S-ON-SEA, England fAP) ,-» American Influence in the British Open golf championship today is at its lowest point in 40 years. Some three or tour decade* back, Americans were the big winners IB the-hallowed tournament once considered the last word In international golf competition. There wa» Bobby Jones, for example, who won the championship in 1926 — when the first four finishers were American — 192? and 1930. And they're still talking at St. Anne's of Walter Hagen, the flamboyant winner in 1922, 1924, 1928 and 1929. The last U.S. winner was Ben Hogan, who brought tremendous control to bear to win a nip and tuck battle in 1953. Then there is Gene Sarazen, the 1932 winner — and the only American professional left in the 1958 tournament. Carrying the flag with Sarazen, as the tournament proper got un- Baseball Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching—Lew Burdette, Braves, blanked the Redlegs 1-0, allowing eight singles, walking but one and striking out two. Hitting—Norm Larker, Dodgers, 27-year-old rookie drove in our runs In 9-3 victory over the Cardinals with a pair of homers, his first in the majors, and a double. der way today after two'days of qualifying minds Is a young Hills- bow, Tex.i golfer on leave from Army doty in Germany. He is Montie Bradley, who racked tip an aggregate 148 that hit the qualifying score on the nose. Why don't more Americans show up tot the Open these days? There seem to be two big rea sons: money and timing. The prize money of $14,000 can hardly attract U.S. golfers who have a chance at $25,(XXI-$5(!.000 purses in domestic > tournaments running at the same time as the British Open. There is talk among officials at St. Anne's of scheduling the Open in autumn, when American golfers would be freer to consider. But so far it's just talk: Bowling Results BOWL Tuesday Ladles McCoy won 3 from Olden. Mai- com won 2 from Cprfiatis. Harrison won 2 from Buford. 200 bowler — Harrison 204-201 (593). Tuesday Men You Oughla Buy Now won 2 from Slickers. Jerks won 3 from East. Alton Legion. Lovers won 2 from Pick Pockets. 200 bowlers — Yates 218-209, Hays 211-219 (627), S. Harrison 212 (604), Althoff 214-220 (600), Pentz 204, Pape 202, Wilson 204. Sedgman Downs Holds Singles Lead LOS ANGELES (AP) - Frank Sedgman of Australia holds the singles lead in the $13.000 Masters Round Robin Pro , Tennis Tournament. Sedgman had a tough fight Tuesday night to overcome Rex Martwig, 2-6, 8-6, 6-0. Cubs, Chisox Both Win In Double Home Date SPORTSMAN'S PI6ESF* DOUGH BAIT FOR CARP, CATFISH EUROP6AK IMPALE DOU6M BALL ON A SIZES OR to HOOK _ MlX i CUP FUOUR, 1 CUP YELLOW OORNMBAL, fe CUP OATMEAL, AND M CUP CANNED GRATED CHEESE WITH 1 TEASPOON SUSAR (MlXBD DRY?. ADD OUST ENOUQM COLD WATER TO MAKE THICK OOUSM, THEN KNEAD WELL. ROU- INTO SMALL SHAPE-SIZE BALLS AND DROP THEM IN A PAN &r BOILIN& WATER IN WHICH VOU PIRST BOILED, THEM «E- MOVED AN ONION. BOIL UNTIL BALLS FLOAT, WSMOVE TO WAX PAPER TO COOL, HARDEN. WILL KEEP SEVERAL PAYS. TO FRESHEN: COVER WPTH DAMP CLOTH IN A JAR BEFORE USING. THI* FROM VERX HELPFUL FIRST ANNUAL "FISHERMEN'S DK3EST.' 301 OFF * FOR 30 DAYS Top Quality at Popular Prices GENERAL FIVE ***** STAR NYGENS . . . Mo«t lnd«etructlb!« metoriol »v«r u*«d In a tire) the sale you've been waiting for wtth no strings attached BLACK AND WHITEWALLS Your chance to buy Top Tiro Quality In all sizes for lest than ordinary prices EASY TERMS Vt AUG. SEPT. OCT. GENERAL TIRE OF ALTON CHICAGO (API —Chicago's big baseball day of having both the Sox and Cubs playing at home on one date proved to be a victorious one Tuesday. The Cubs, led by Ernie Banks and Tony Taylor, defeated the San Francisco Giants, 9-5, while the Sox edged Cleveland, 5-4, in 11 innings. Banks collected his 19th and 20th homers and Taylor smashed his second and third of the season. Taylor, a .214 hitter, also doubled to touch off a three-rurt rally in the eighth inning which assured the Cubs of their triumph. The victory hoisted the Cubs to fourth place in the National League, 6',4 games behind league- leading Milwaukee and only three games behind second place St. Louis. The White Sox used Sherm Lollar's big bat to whip the Indians. Lollar drove out a three-run homer in the sixth inning to give the Sox a 4-0 lead and after Cleveland had tied the score he singled home the winning run in the llth. Jim Landis doubled in the llth with one out and after Ray Boonc walked, Lollar deliverecLJiis game winning blow. Landis' double was his fourth hit and boosted his aver age to .290. Early Wynn, fourth White Sox pitcher, picked up his eighth,vie tory against six losses. Billy Pierce, Sox starter, went into the game with three straight shutouts and • blanked Cleveland until the seventh when the visitors scored an unearned run on an er ror by Luis Aparacio, a single and two walks. Pierce departed after forcing in the run and Gerry Staley ended the inning by getting Vic Power to ground out. Staley, however, issued two walks and was tagged for a three- run pinch homer by Larry Doby in the eighth. Bob Shaw and Wynn held the Indians until the llth. The Sox are idle today but the Cubs take on San Francisco again with Dick Drott (3-5) drawing Stu Miller (1-4) as his toe. Hirsch, Kenny Advance In Boys' Open CHICAGO (AP) — Four downstate golfers including medalist Jerry Hirsch and runnerup Kenny Benson, both of Crete, remained in tiie running for the Chicago District Golf Assn. "Boys' Open championship today. Hirsch advanced to the quarterfinal round with a 1-up 19 hole, victory over Max Feuer of Winne- ka and Benson scored a 1-up, 19 hole, triumph over Charles Puning, Highland Park. Other advancing Tuesday were James Jamieson, Moline, who defeated Rich Rose, Glen EUyn, and 5, and John Huebner, DeKalb, who defeated Gordon Burstein, Elgin, 3 and 2. Bob Evans of DeKalb was elimi nated in the second round by John Levinson, Highland Park, and Fred Schulz, Naperville, was ousted by-Larry Grelle, Barrington, 4 and 2. The semi-finals also are sched- Wis. is operated by ART COLSTON Tuesday—the San Clemente Pursei o f Alton 'Vho are there in sum- uled today with for Thursday. • the finals slated They Know RICHMOND, Va. & - Who do you think get's consulted on the menu for the annual May Fair dinner at St. Stephens Episcopal Church? The cleanup committee. Mrs. Douglas P. Rucker. who has headed the committee for four years, say it knows what the people don't eat. Silky Sullivan Back On Track, Wins On Coast B.V THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Could this be another dose of old-fashioned blarney that Silky Sullivan is handing out? Is he kidding again like he did in those daz/.ling days before the Kentucky Derby- when he came from far back to win races only to flop miserably in the big one? The towering -colt, beaten five straight times, finally won a race!MR. — River Ripples*** nnrf Outdoors if with Hftrold Brand * Wisconsin Trip and MRS. MARK L. LAMPERT -' Godfrey returned last Friday from a week's fishing trip at Colston's Retreat resort near Lakeside Woodruff. The and resort MRS. The Telegraph'* Daily Radio Chart WEDNESDAY USD AM EC KMOft (018) ilM ftV KWK (MBS) ISM Kt) mt to el Hollywood Park After his losses In the East, he, wound up ninth in a field of 10 in Ills first start back home at Hollywood Park. He paid $4.30 Tuns- day and was closed in 1:23 4-5 [or the 7-furlpng race. "Guess we kinda fooled them a little," grinned jockey Willie Shoemaker. Then he added seriously that Silky has been undergoing some new training methods. Silky never was more than lour r five lengths off the pace, i drastic change from his usual tic tics. He habitually starts out 40 odd lengths behind belore he ovei looks up. Trainer Reggie Cornell is point ing Silky to the $100,000-added Westerner on Uuly 19. Minor Leagues International League Montreal 6-4, Columbia 1-5 Toronto 3-j; Richmond 2-5 Miami 5, Rochester 4 Buffalo 10, Havana 4 American Association St. Paul 1, Minneapolis 0 Louisville 12. Wichita 6 Charleston 7, Indianapolis 4 (14 in nings) Only games scheduled Pacific Coast League Spokane 4, Sacramento 2 Vancouver 3. Seattle 2 Only games scheduled 'mer months. "It is an ideal especially for pan fishing spot, fish," Lamp- Three • I League Burlington 6, Wlnona 4 Fox Cltles'9, Green Bay 8 Cedar Rapids at Davenport, rain Midwest League (First Game) N Clinton 000 000 0—04 Decatur 201 250 X—10 10 (Second Game) Clinton 000 000 1—I 7 Decatur 201 002 X—5 9 <Flrst Game) Mich. City 000 000 000—3 S Waterloo 000 000 000—0 8 (Second Game) (Second Game) Mich. City 001 000 Waterloo Kokomo Dubuque Kokomo Dubuque Keokuk Paris 000 000 0—1 2 0—0 2 (First Game) 0002 002— 4 3 5 0 0 0 12 2 X—19 15 (Second Game) 000 113 1—6 8 000 003 0—3 3 054 013 110 000 002—13 11 010— 5 15 Giardello, Pilot Seek Reversal SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - "I is our feeling that an honest mis take was made. . . further, th very noticeable reaction of th fans who saw the match was ac ditional confirmation that Giar dello was really the winner. "We therefore petition your hon orable commission to rectify thi mistake by a reversal of the de cision." These legalistic words wen Tuesday from Joey Giardello ani his manager Tony Ferrente to thi California Athletic Commission. Joey Giambra won a split deci sion over Giardello in a Cow Pal ace 10 rounder Monday. Giardello and his manager con tended the adverse call knocke< the No. 2 middleweight contende: out of a title match with Sugar Ray Robinson. ert related. "The resort is on Little Spider Lake, so named because of its numerous fingers of water creating a design like a spider. No matter how strong the wind blows, it is always possible to fish in a sheltered cove or finger." The resort has four modern cabins and many Altonlans plan to visit there this summer, Lampert added. Young Skier Water skiing is a fascinating liobby that grows on a person much the same as boating." re- ated MRS. D. (Betty) SMALL- EV, 2301 LaSnllc Dr. "When my husband and my son became interested in boating, we thought few hours once a week on Sunday would suffice". But such isn't the scheme of things." The Smalleys have traded up in their boat, motor and equipment, and then became interesjl- ed in water skiing, all which increased their time on the water. Their son, ROGER, 11, is skiing into his third summer. Last Sunday, GEORGE VOHRADSKY, taught Roger how to ride shoe skis. He remained up on the third :ry for about one quarter mile. "Now Roger wants a pair of shoe skis, a saucer and other extra skiing equipment," Mrs. Smalley said. "The more a person learns, the more he has to Duy." Plenty of' Courage We've always contended that joatowners who brave the deep and swift waters and are unable to swim have plenty of courage. But the height of that kind of courage is a water skier who s unable to swim a stroke. SIRS. D. (l^verne) HAMBLETON, 104 Jennings Ave., Wood River, says that she can'l swim a stroke or remain afloat without a life jacket. Yet she skis regularly wearing a life jacket. The other evening, the Hamb letons took MR. and MRS. JOE FUDURICH, and daughter. IX) RETTA, 152 Jerinings Ave., Wood River, for a boat ride on Alton Lake. Mrs. Hambleton demon strated her skiing ability. Mrs (Mickey) Fudurich, who also if unable to swim, now wants to try skiing with a skiing life jack, et. Butchtotvn Recreational Area About 3D pleasure boats anc members from Twin Lakes Yacht Club visited the harbor and picnic area developed and operated by the Calhoun Sportsmen's Service Co. at Batchtown Inthiffi w«tk N«wi: BusinMt: Newt Harkneu: Hlti Washington Ford Show Harry Caray Lowell Thorn** Gil Newiont Newt Renlioiw Mail* OK Ballroom New*; Sportt Man on the Ott 3-star Extra Life and World Pcppl* At* Fuflflf Steve Rowan Jack Buck Bob Burn* Walter Cronklte Amps 'n Andy Robt. Q. Lewis Reed Farrell Newt News; Music OK Bailroom Music; Reed Farrell Newt siin on Nightlln* Band Concerts Record Relay Newt Paul Frederick Miitie World Tonight News Analysis Paul Record Rally New* New* StartllM Steve Rowan Ha-'ry Fender Record Rally MATURING STOCK f Am* Mb ft*. Dial 3-3*11 ON. M24I upstream from last Sunday, VVinfield reported Dam LAW RENCE BICK, the Sportmen's Co. secretary. The group was led by COMM. ELMER A- LEYMAN, and secretary-treasurer. ROSALIE BERGH, from the harbor. Bick said it \ was an impressive sight to have 30 boats visit the harbor and he extended an invitation to all other boatovvn ers to do so. There are many stumps in shallow vvnters be tween the harbor entrance and the river navigation channel. A •V 2 Jll — i — » — ^lt« •to* ™ .*» 7 HO •8 M 8 *O M II ioi IIS • • M 121 *> ^ M *• * 4» • M 2 40 s M* 3 JM M M M 4 *> S ,i •• •• New* . „._.. Steve Rowan Record Rally Start|mj uite H.rry Fender » ;; THURSDAY John Roedrt Country Journal Jack & Jerry New* -. n ,,ti«. » * * ToWa.AlmaaM #«,£{?« New . World New* Wo/Id New* Jack ft Jerry Tirfe'uo Clockwatcher " " Se Wi P Sport* Newt nrrr; — — World New* Jack & Jerry Sport* Clockwatcher " JJ NeW* „ Mnvu. Time, Tempo* Ncwa My True Story Arthur Godfrey Jack & Jerry Bandstand J "„ ", ^ Bandstand New* Shopping Basket Banasiana whispering Street* News Plavhous* Part* Grant William* Shopping Basket Playjousi rany Howard Miller News New*- Party N«ws: Warren Shopping Basket pfayh'ous* Part* Backstage Wife News riBy >" » Helen Trent Shopping Basket » » Songs; New* New* v,- w . News: Headline* Reed Farell Weather Ma Perkins " JJ puytoui. Party E oadM0at0L ? fe Ne w, New$ Wendy Warren Reed Farell True Confe»slon* 2nd Mr*. Burton " " On* Man's FamUy Couple Next Door Dr. Gentry Nora Drake New* New* Just Entertainment Reed Farell 5-Star Matlne* Houseparty " M Woman In HOUM Young's Family New* News: Mclntlre Housewives League Oil Newsome Carl Mclntire " " " ' •• " Jack Buck " " » » •• •• News Carl Mclntlr* Jack Buck Gil Newsome M II M .1 " » M News " " New* r~f m '^riVfe ' vP^ M TV digest | : "aVAa^l with John M. Jones jfl fr MBBBi •"•-•" •••' Burdette, 6-6 Tliinks He Can Win 20 MILWAUKEE (AP) — His record is now 6-6 and the . National League season is getting close to the half way mark but Lew Burdette still figures he has a good chance to win 20 games this year. "If I get the breaks and pitch enough, I think I can win 20," said Lew after hurling his first shutout of the season Tuesday night against the Redlegs. Burdette had ready answers when asked whether the shutout was his best performance of the season. "It was the least runs I gave up," chuckled the famed Yankee- tamer. The Braves won 1-0. "But I'll have to admit my control has never been any better this year. I threw a lot of fast balls— much more than I usually throw." Burdette picked a muggy night to pitch his fifth complete game Tonight's Program 6:00— (2) News— Hayward <4) News — Max Roby (5) Weather Forecast ^6:05— (4) (5) Sports '6:10— (4) Weather, Fontaine 6:15— (2) ABC News— John Daly (4) CBS News— Edwards (5) News— John Roedel 6:30— (2) Disneyland (4) Sing Along '(5) Wagon Train 7:00— (4) Leave It To Beaver 7:30 — (2) Tombstone Territory (4) Theatre (5) Father Knows Best 8:00 — (2) Ozzie and Harriet (4) The Millionaire (5) Kraft Mystery Theatre— (COLOR) 8:30— (2) Sea Hunt (4) I've Got a Secret (9) Sing Hi— Sing Lo 8:45— (9) A Number of Things 9:00— (2) Boxing (4) U. S. Steel Hour (5) It Could Be You— (DEBUT) (9) From Haydn to Hi-Fi 9:30 — (5) Harbor Command (9) Heritage 9:45— (2) Famous Fights 10:00— (2) News, Weather 8:50— (4) 8:55— (5) 9:00— (2) (4) (5) 9:30— (4) (5) 10:00— (2) (5) 10:05— (2) 10:30— (4) (5) quences 11:00— (4) 11:30— (2) (4) (5) Farm Newt Rev. Floyd Rev. Hurley New*; "* Sports: Day New*; Day Bob Day Bob Day •i >. News; Hurley Hurley; Mu»IO Tello Qul* Ann. Time News: Mu*le OK Bandstand Guessing Gam* Bargain Counter New* Country Tlm« Myrtle OalnM News; Music Farm & Market Amazing Graco Club New* News: Day Bob Day Help Neighbor* Bob Day News; Music Meyer - " News; Musto OK Ballroom News: Muilo OK Ballroom CBS Morning News Wilma Sims Kitchen Romper Room For Love or Money Dough Re Mi Play Your Hunch Treasure Hunt Cartoon Price Is Right Morning Movie Dotto Truth or Conse- Love of Life Tom Dailey Show Search for Tomorrow U Could Be You— (COLOR). 11:45— (4) Guiding Light AFTERNOON Noon— (4) (5) 12:05— (4) 12:30— (2) (4) 1:00— (2) (4) (5) 1:30— (2) (4) (5) (COLOR) 2:00— Life (4) (5) 2:30— (2) (4) (5) 3:00— (2) (4) (5) 3:15— (4) 3:30— (2) News and Weather Charlotte Peters Buddy Moreno Show Cartoon Club As The World Turn Trouble With Fathei 'Beat the Clock Boston Blaekie Susie House Party ., Haggis Baggis— With Elizabeth Big Payoff Today Is Ourg Coffee Break Verdict Is Youri From These Routs American Banditand Brighter Day ' Queen for a Day Secret Storm Trust Your Wile? the immediate future to guide atowners, Bick added. He a MIKE HAGEN, also of Batch town, guided thn fleet out tq safer waters when they departed. The Sportsmen's Service Co plans a picnic there Sunday, Ju y 20. If the weather is favorable, about 100 pleasure craft are expected to visit the harbor and grounds. Enrountorrd Much Rain A week-long cruise upstream on the Mississippi River to Coast iuard Island north of Quincy vas enjoyed a few weeks ago by CAI'T. HAROLD JANSEN and his wife CARRIE, 3519 Cali- ornla Ave., aboard their cruiser. t rained all the way there and ill the way back, Jansen said. Otherwise, the trip was most ^njoyable. Cerv Is Top Vote-Getter For Red Sox BOSTON (AP) - Bob Cerv of Kansas City was the top vote- etter in balloting by the Boston led Sox for the American League Mi-Slur team, it was announced uday. , Cerv, who edged out Bos Ion's 'pd Williams for the slartinn loft eld bertn, polled 29 of a possible 1 votes from the Red Sox. Detroit nyht fielder Al Kaline, eaten by Jackie Jensen ot the led Sox in the league voting, and enter fielder Harvey Kuenn of Detroit, each drew 24 Boston votes. | in 17 starting assignments He had lost the only.two games the Braves had dropped to Cincinnat this season — and revenge wai sweet. The shutout dropped hii earned run average from 4.11 ti 3.77. Bolt, Palmer Play at Akron AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Masters champion Arnold Palmer and Tommy Bolt, U. S. Open king lead the list of top golfers shoot in« for the big prize in the $22,000 Rubber City Open starting Thurs day. Both are former tournemeni winners here. Palmer won it lasl year, defeating Doug Ford on the sixth hole of a sudden death play off. Both had finished the regula- ion four rounds at 272, Bolt won the first big Rubber City Open in 1954 with a 265 otal, which still stands as the ijurnament record. The Firestone Country Club plays to a.par of 35,-36—71. Over i,645 yards. Almost all the winners of 1938 ournaments will be here for the ournament which eods Sunday. Pitching Prospect To Make Choice WALKKRSVILLK, Md. (API Dick Smith, an 18-year-old pitch- UK prospect, was expected to decide with which major league scball team hi* will sign. Smith, a sensation at Walker*.. (4) (5) (9) 10:10—(4) 10:15—(2) (4) 10:30—(4) (5) Weather 10:45—(5) 11:00—(5) 11:45—(2) 12:00—(4) 12:05—(5) Ten O'clock Report Studio 57 French Thru TV Weather—Fontaine Channel 2 Theatre Eye On St. Louis The Late Show News, Sports, Sleepy Time Gal Jack Paar Show Confidential File News at Midnight Movie Museum 12:15—(2) Int. Playhouse <4) Late News Roundup 12:30—(4) Action Playhouse 1:00—(4) Give Us This Day THURSDAY, JULY 3rd 6:25-(4) Give Us This Day 6:30—(4) Town and Country 7:00—(4) Morning St. Louis <5) Today 8:30—(2) Camera Two 8:45—(2) Cartoon Time •ille high School last spring. pent Tuesday listening to repre- •«entatives of the Philadelphia 'billies, Chicago Cubs, Chicago Vhite Sox, Baltimore Orioles. Ncw fork Yankees and San Francisco mnts (4) Edge of Night 3:45—(5) Modern Romance* 4:00—(2? American Bandftand (4) S. S. Popeye (5) My Little Margie 4:30—(4) The Early Show (5) Steve Donovan 5:00—(2) Woody Woodpecker (5) Wrangler's Club , 5:30—(2) Mickey Mouse Club 5:45—(5) NBC News—HlMlt- ley-Brinkley Report. MAO EYES IKJ THE BACK OF HER HEAD a* *iie tried to keep her TV «et properly tuned for the youngtte/K wid (till •«( her work done. A call to WEBER'S TV and APPLIANCES •oon had everything back In focui. Our oxpertt hall h«r •et In fine condition w M time...and at a price.

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