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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, .JULY 8, lull House Expected For All-Star Game; Senator Move Vetoed Loop Owners, Congressmen Braves, Yanks Continue Feud From Series JOE RKICIII-KR Press Sports Writer BALTIMORE (AP)-A record btg league Baltimore crowd of more than 49,000 was expected to jam-pack Memorial Stadium today for its first look at the underdog National Leaguers in the 25th annual All-Star Game. Although the Nationals appeared to boast the stronger starting lineup, the Americans were a 14 to 10 favorite to win their second straight and their 15th since the spectacle originated in 1933. There was no game in 1945. The odds- makers based their claim on the American's stoute,r pitching and a better bench, led by Ted Williams and Yogi Berra. Showers were forecast for late in ihe afternoon. The game was scheduled to start at 12 noon (EST). An added feature was the re sumption of the rivalry between last October's World Series managers, Fred Haney ol Milwaukee and Casey Stengel of New York. Both waited no. time expressing their determination to pull out all stops in an effort to win. Haney hurled a couple of early surprises, naming Warren Spahn, his own left-handed ace, to open ,on the mound for the National: League, and selecting Willie Mays, the San Francisco Gi ants' slugging; center fielder, as his leadoff batter. Stengel, who nominated' his veteran right-hand er. Bob Turley (12-3), to open for the American League, countered with • surprise of his own, Douncing Mickey Mantle, the Yankees'; strong boy, as the No. 2 hitter. • Stengel named Boston's Jackie Jensen and Kansas City's Bob Cerv his third and fourth hitters. The selection of the 5 37-year-old Spahn (10-5) was perhaps the biggest surprise, since the A. L. batting order is packed with right handed hitters. Leadoff man Nellie Fox of Chicago is the only southpaw . swinger, .with Mantle •batting from either side of the plate. Haney, in his first Cup Will Face Canada By WILL GRIMflLEV Associated Frew Sport* Writer NEW YORK <AP>~The United States is taking a $60,000 gamble sending a virtually untried learn against Canada in the semifinals of the American Zone Davis Cup tennis competition this weekend. "I was amazed when I read the makeup of our team while I was nt Wimbledon," said Barry MacKay of Dayton, Ohio, who heads the squad leaving for Toronto today. "The pressure really will be on us." The American Davis Cup Com mittee has selected a group of bright new faces for the assign ment in Toronto Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Besides MacKay, members of the team include Whitney Reed, Alameda, Calif.; Sam Giammalva, Houston; Earl Buchholz Jr., St. Louis; and Jack Douglas, Stanford University, Calif. MacKay, 22, never played before more than 200 people before Ms selection as a surprise substitute in the Davis Cup Challenge Round last December in Melbourne. He and Reed, fifth and eighth, respectively, are the lone players in America's top 10 named to the team. Giammalva" is ranked 16th, Buchholz and Douglas unranked. Buchholz, 17, won the junior boys title at Wimbledon last Saturday, but has had no Davis Cup experience. Douglas, runner-up to Peruvian Alex Olmedo for the national college crown, is a complete dark horse. Falcons Triumph Over Athletics The Falcons pounded Athletics pitchers lor 16 hits Monday night as they defeated the Athletics, 17-4, In a Juttemeyer loop contest. Each team had four errors. Only three Athletics batters mariaged to get hits, they were Schneider, Smith and Campbell. Boschert, Falcons pitcher, Struck out five batters. For the Falcons Cochran had four hits, one a home run; Duckels had three hits, including one triple; Gwilllm and Osborn each had two hits. Montgomery had a double, Gray had a triple, and Smith and Yount had home runs for the Falcons. managerial attempt, opined that "a good pitcher doesn't worry about what side of the plate a batter hits from. Also, Spahn is well rested. He hasn't pitched since Friday. Besides, it is a real big ball park, and Spahnie-likes to work in a big park." Double-decked Memorial Stadium measures 309 feet down each foul line and 410 feet to center. A total of 1,500 temporary seats won't cut the dimensions. "I'll probably use three pinch hitters," Haney said. "And I'd like to get them in front of Mays. That's why I put him in the leadoff spat. He's the hottest hitter in our league and 1 want him to come to bat as often as possible. I'm here to win, not to shuffle players." Stengel arranged his starting lineup with plans for extensive changes. He'd like to get such sluggers as Williams, Berra and Al Kaline of Detroit in the game as quickly as possible, "I come here to win me an All- Star game," he snapped, "and to beat the guy which I didn't do in tne World Series." Neither manager revealed his pitching plans after the third inning. Each said it depended upon whether he is ahead or behind. A good guess is that Haney will follow with Bob Friend of Pittsburgh and Dick Farrell of Philadelphia or Don McMahon ot the Braves. Stengel was almost ^r-j d s|re|ch ofl , he m tom , tain to use Billy Pierce, Whilej Sox BOUthpaw star, and his own Started Scouting Learning of the scouting movement when a London boy led him through a fog and refused payment for his "good deed," William Dickinson Boyce brought the Scouting movement to America after a subsequent talk with, Sir Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the British Scouts. Stymie Move By WHITNEY SHOKMAKKR AMorlntrd Pre*« Kpnrt* Writer BALTIMORE (AP)— American League club ownrrs and Inwmak Ing senators have made it plain they want ball-playing Senators to remain In Washington, Calvin Griffith, president of the capital's baseball team, broached the possibility of shifting to Minneapolis or elsewhere but dropped the idea after a closed session Monday with fellow owners here for the All-Star Gamn. Griffith wouldn't commit his club to stay in Washington forever. He said no businessman can make such a promise. But'for the time, at least, any move is out. Sen. William Langer (R-ND) declared there ought to be an investigation, Sen. Karl Mundt (R- SD) said talk of depriving congressmen and their neighbors of big league baseball might cause second thoughts about a sports bill pending in the Senate. The measure would allow pro baseball, football, basketball and hockey plenty of freedom to oper ate while subjecting their commercial activities to the antitrust laws. The baseball Senators have become regular basement tennants in the standings. They're also last hi home gate receipts. Word around All-Star headquarters was that Tom Yawkey, president of the Boston Red Sox, and likeminded officials argued baseball as the national pastime belongs in the national capital. They also were understood to have called the timing bad, in view of the Senate hearings on what critics have termed a club owners' monopoly. Godfrey Wins Third Straight Khoury Game GODFREY—Godfrey's 13-15 age Khoury team swamped Benld 15-3 at North Junior diamond Monday evening for it's third straight league victory. The local team exploded for 10 runs in the first inning, picked up four more in the second and another one in the fifth. Benld scored four times in_ the third frame and added one in the fifth. Dick Ulrich hurled for the winners and limited the visitors to five hits. Augie Campagna did the catching. For Benld Margherio and Bag lino divided the mound duties with Rami behind the bat. Tonight at North Junior Godfrey plays the league leading Bunker Hill team at 6 o'clock. MacKay Must Have Sliarp Service In Order To Win By SID /IFF NBA Special Correspondent Club, If he had seen Britain's Christine Truman, who defeated LOS ANGELES— (NEA)— Barry Althea Gibson to win the Wight- MacKay "is never going to be s man Cup matches. real good tennis player," accord-! "Yes," he smiled. "She's a great :bij; girl, at Ipast six feet tall and weighs 170 pounds. Bui ing to Lew Hoad. MacKay, America's chief hope|l jnjaao| y wrigns IYU pounds, tsui to regain the Davis Cup, practiced' 81 ' 6 can ' 1 ca ' R h a bear In this with Hoad, the Australian profes- j room." Thp room we were in was sional champion, during a seven-; 300 " 1 half the size of a small !motel room. "MacKay has to learn how to 1 " She jusl P° unds the cover °« DISTORTION His face distorted,,his eye cut, Gene younger Hegerle. The Mormon Mauler's Fullmer looked more like the loser than the winner in his bout last night with Jim Hegerle, St. Paul, Minn. But Fullmer won a bruising 10-round battle over the telling body blows spelled the difference, as Hegerle ran out of steam in the later rounds. (AP Wirephoto) Fullmer Beats Hegerle In Utah Middleweight Go Ryne Duren, the sensational rookie right-hander who has been HV- erasing a strikeout every two batters in relief. Celts Pen Lou Tsioropoulos BOSTON (AP) - Lou Tsiorop- oylos has become the fifth member of the Boston Celtic* to return a signed contract for thf 1958-59 National Basketball Assn. season. move," said Hoad. "He's never the ball," said Hoad. "I don't going to be real 'good, but he! thinl | ,f )e has ever won a tounia - 'fT}6Il*4 doesn't have to be if he gets that bloody service across." ! Hoad believes MacKay could win his Davis Cup matches, but said: "He's always going to be 4 one-shot player like Dick Savltt, The difference is that while Sa- Hoad, who finished 51 matches to 38 behind Pancho Gonzales, be- Out of Town Downs Midtown In City Loop The Out of Town club handed Midtown its first, second round ioss in City Softball League play, 8-0, in a game played on the Henry St. diamond last night. Out of Town pitcher, Crockett, allowed Midtown only three hits and his teammate, rightfielder Willis, led the hitters with three hits. The Bluesteelers defeated the Bricklayers, 21-2,' with shortstop Wallace getting five hits and scoring four runs. The leading hitter for the Bricklayers was D. Nicholson with two hits. Western Auto won on a forfeit by Alton Laundry. A Valdez Win Will Bring A /Veil) Challenge SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Nino Valdes, the Cuban heavy, Intends to be mean and tigerish when he meets Harold Carter, the Linden, N. J. Baptist Sunday School teacher, .here Wednesday night. "If Valdes knocks Carter out," says the Cuban's manager, Bobby Gleason, "I'm going to the New York Boxing Commission and put up $5,000 to challenge the winner of the Patterson-Harris fight." Thp 24-year-old Carter is expected to come in at 193 and Valdes at about 211 for the 10 rounder to be televised nationally (ABC) starting at 9 p. m. (EST). Badgers Lose To Pietowners In Eilenberger play Monday, tho WEST JORDAN, Utah (AP) "He's the youngest 27-year-old I ever met. That was the reaction of young Jim Hegerle who lost a middleweight boxing match Monday night to former champion Gene Fullmer at this small suburb of Salt Lake 'City. Hegerle, only 22, was pounded savagely by the former champion in the 10 rounder. The St. Paul, Minn., boxer who weighed 156 said he could see whj» Fullmer was the champion at one time. Two-of the judges gave Fullmer every round on their scorecards. The referee, Ken Shulsen, gave Hegerle the first round but gave the former champ the last nine. The West Jordan Mormon slugger weighed in at 160 for the bout, which was not broadcast or televised. For Fullmer, it was the 45th win in 49 professional bouts. He lost the middleweight crown to Sugar Ray Robinson in 1957. Emmons Hits 4 Homers To Aid Yankee Win The Yankees with the pitching of Frank Ketchum and the hit- int of Emmons downed the Reds 21-7, Monday night in Watt league play. Ketchum struck out 13 Red batters. Emmons had five hits, four of which were home runs. He drove in a total of ten runs fo» the Dinners. Minor Leagues » By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Portland 4, Sacramento o Spokane 3. Seattle 0 International League Toronto 7-1. Montreal 2-4 Buffalo 7, Rochester 5 Richmond 1, Havana 0 Columbus 4-1. Miami 3-6 , American Astn. Wichitu 6. Indianapolis 4 Minneapolis 4, Omaha 2 Denver 12, St. Paul 7 Louisville al Charleston, rain Three-I League Davenport 8-4. Pox Cities 5-6 iieves he would have done better! Pietowners trounced the Badgers, Cedar Rapids 4. Winona 3 Green Bay 8. Burlington 3 on the tour except for a sciatica 15-3. on eight hits. The Pietowners cimton Mldwe " condition. He led, 18-9, at onetime. had six errors and the Badgers had three. Cooper and Jackson * n can a little. * Hoad has an arthritic condition!were the only Badgers to get hits. a , v a land doctors have told him it's]both of them had two. Harder had he's going to have tol three hits for the winners. Hoad dwsn't regard the present)live with for the rest of his life, group of Australian amateur cham-iiie's only 23. pious ton highly, either. i Asked if Gon/.ales was Ihe bt-s; "1 don't think any one of them he ever saw, Hoad hemmed mid can he called "the lop amateur hawed: "I don't know. 1 haven't today," he said. "I believe Mat;played against very many great: Fight Results The signing of the 6-5, 210 pound!Anderson has more potential than 1 players." ASSOCIATED PR1.SS Sydney, Australia — Larry Ba..,_ _. w e, .-. .,--. - -, - - ,...-. - , (-»j iv «v* wwit ii».-» iiiui tr i/wiv jinai man i****** *-••*• U'SHIl. 1*6'4 , Phi 11 Dp MIPS OUtpOtltt* ivbounder from Lynn, Mass., was Ashley Cooper, but Cooper would 1 Hoad credits Australia's superi-!cd Max Murphy, 128'{. Australia nnnminnarl tnrlav hv PratiiflAflt L._ u ..***... «i L. * _ i .<•.»:*.. J~ * i + ^ « . i , 1 announced l °day by President Walter Brown. In his second.NBA ceason, (be ex-Kentucky ace' was assigned to juard the opnositjon'g test •corn* oo defense. 18 Swimmers To Try Atlantic City Swim ATUNTIC CITY. N, J. (AP)Ther«<U be plenty oi splash here Monday. That'l the date for A'lanlic City's tifth annual marathon »wira An tnternttUoual field of 1$ "viiwiBiMi will try the 2S mile oaura* through open ocean and tricky tay be better throughout a long|0rity in amateur tennis to hard 12. I work. period." There,has been talk that Ander-' "The Australian boys get In bet- son may be picked to join the pro ter physical condition," he point tour next y«»r. Hoad doesn't be- ed out. "I left school at 15, like lieve any oj (he present Australians would help the tour. most of the others, and got a job stringing rackets, I had two after"He should have a name for noons a week off and played all 1 put Naples, Italy — Puilio Loi, Italy, outpointed Charles Douglas, New Bern, N. C. 10 (weights unavailable). New York — Willie Dockery, 164%, Brooklyn, outpointed George Benton, 161 U, Philadelphia, 10. ... . 84 100 631 40x—9 11 2 310 000 000—4 9 I 002 500 OCX—7 11 3 Dub'uque 033 100 001— 3 13 I Waterloo 311 300 04x—12 10 i Oecatur at pant. rain. Keokuk Mich. City Kokmo YOU'U fNJQY in a row. They do well to »wk every morning. Until I was ningham, 152, Baltimore, 5. ;wm two a year. Besides Anderson W there wasn't one day that J did N PW Orleans - Norris Bur*isn't strong .enough to make n> t - '»t do road work or pl«y tennsitfy. Houston, knocked out Freddie ***• . . ,. . lwlce daily ' iUHle. 158, Bogalusa, U., 5. J asked Hoad, who with Pancho "Ken Ruupwall used to play ten ] New Orleans ~ Hewy Luera, GomaJej headed the cast ol pro nis two hours in the morning and Houston, stopped Frankie Speed, champions in the Masters Round three hours in the afternoon every New Orleans, 9 (weights unavalla- Robin at the Lo* Angeles Tenma.day oi the year." itle). - f King Edward 4« Cigarill* 9/201 TexasWildlife Laws Confuse State Control By DION HENDERSON Associated Press Staff writer Too many cooks not only, can wildlife management —.but they can keep most of the customers n a stew at the same time. Much less poetic are the controversies that arise when the numerous agencies with a provable interest in the outdoors get their fingers into the operation. But it's been ever thus; since professionals started finding out :hat there are more complicated relationships in fish and game management than there are on Pitcairn Island. Latest state to get a once over lightly on .the griddle is Texas, whose operations werer eviewed— on request—by the National Wildlife Federation. But it could happen to any state, and if the truth were out, it probably has. NFW's summary, delivered to Sportsmenjs Clubs of Texas said that "in general, Texas state agencies seem to exchange little information with each other and nave nodest knowledge of each other's operations. There is a great and common tendency to keep their operations to themselves." The study found that the Texas forest service, the board of water ingineers, extension service, agriculture experiment station, department of health, agriculture department, game and fish commission and park boards all are involved with sometimes-overlapping problems. Relationships between agencies was found to be generally moder ate to fair by the survey. But it noted that one of the-agencies in volved figured its own relations with other departments was to moderate." 'poor Three-I League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Davenport 8-4, Fox Cities 5-6 Cedar Rupids 4, Winona 3 Green Bay 8, Burlington 3 Emg To Try For 2nd Win In Pnblinks By tttARLE* CHAMBERI-Aftf Associated t»t«w Sportu Writer CHICAGO (AP) - If flaxen- h.aired Randy Petri, a lanky Texan from Austin, stays in the groove he could become the youngest player ever to win the National hiblic Links Golf crown. Petri, 17-year-old son of a ster- eotyper for the Austin American Statesman, Is a comer. Although he has been playing golf only four years, he won the Texas state high school title in 1957 and was runner up this year. The Stephen F. Austin High School student fired a 39-34—73 to match par over the 6,866 ynrda«e of the gently rolling Silver Lake course Monday to be grouped among the first qualifying round leaders. The field of 150 payas-you-play golfers finish their qualifying test today with the 64 low scorers entering match play Wednesday. The youngest player ever to win the Publinks title was Les Bolstad, now golf coach at the University of Minnesota. He was 18 years and 3 months old when he took it in 1926. Don Essig III of Indianapolis was five months older when he won last year at Hershey, Pa. The Louisiana State University team member is a serious threat to become the first to retain the championship since 1929. Essig; Frank Schmidt of Dayton, 24-year-old sales representative, and Walt Durdle of Peoria, 25-year-old park district greens- keeper, wheel into the first round, with 71s. Grouped at 72 in the race for medalist honors are Jim O'Hern, Bellarmine College student in Louisville; steel inspector Chet Kasper of. Chicago Heights, III.,' and Harry Mussatto, Western Illinois golf coach. Along with Petri at 73 were Bill Krause of Palo Alto, Calif., and Sam Lima of East Detroit. Four Krebs League Games Played Monday Despite the rainy weather, three Krebs League games were played Monday evening. The Dodgers eased past -the Eagles, 9-7, with the winners gathering seven runs in the second inning. Hamilton and T. Reilly had two hits each for the Dodgers and Kennedy had two for the Eagles. The Beavers walloped the Redbirds 23-1, in a game played at Milton. The Beavers after scoring five runs in the fourth and fifth innings, scored 11 runs in the sixth. Gunner had three hits .lor the Beavers. The Reds downed the Giants, 19-18, with Schulz getting four hits for the Giants and Lamparter getting four hits for the Reds. Harney pitched the Sharks to a 14-4 victory over the Indians allowing eight hits. Willy had a double and a home, run for the winners. Sheary and Boyels shared mound duties for the Indians, they allowed 10 hits. Sheary had a single and a triple for the Indians. For the Indians McCarrol! had an unassisted triple play. Forgotten Man Bought By Reds 'CINCINNATI (AP)—Dan More- jan, a rookie at 27, is almost the forgotten man of the Cincinnati Redlegs, but he'll still get bis crack at the major leagues. The Reds, hurting for hitting, bought his contract Monday. The Cuban outfielder, a right- handed hitter, was one of a flock of prospects the Reds had to shed after spring training. Now Redleg officials have put in a call for Morejon from Havana and in return sent down southpaw pitcher Gene Haydan. Giant Stadium Moves Closer To Approval SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A 15 million dollar stadium project for the San Francisco Giants bore the blessing of the board of supervi- sors'today. The board voted for the program 7-2 Monday but one opposing supervisor hinted it may be esled in the courts. In addition, lome landowners, who expect to be assessed for road improvements in the stadium area, are not happy. Most observers expect the 45,000 <?eat stadium will be constructed aa planned at Candlestick Point, about five miles south of downtown San Francisco. The present schedule calls for its completion by the start of the 1959 season. The Giants have agreed to play n the new stadium for 35 years and to pay the city a minimum of $125,000 a year, or five per cent of, their gros revenue, whichever s greater. The city also is to receive all receipts from the 9,000- car parking lot. about Investing? Why not git th9 Fact*? 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New York 48 25 .658. .-— Kansas City ... 38 37 J507; ,11 Boston 38 37 .507" li Detroit 37 37 .500 Cleveland 37 40 .481 13 Chicago ....;.. 36 39 .480 13 Baltimore 35 40 .467 14 Washington ... 31 45 .408 Tuesday Game All-Star game at Baltimore Only game scheduled Monday Renults No game scheduled Wednesday Game Cleveland at new York (N- tentative) Only game scheduled By GKOfUiftJ Associated Press Spots Wrltef BALTIMORE JAP) - The Na« Mortal League is going to devote "serious, good sensible thinking" to the Idea of expanding from I to 10 baseball teams, promise! Lou Perini, owner of the MilwaO. kee Braves. You can take that as gospel since he's been one of the most ardent exponents Of increasing the membership.- And he haft shown the National League, at least, that a change is profitable, Perlnl moved the Braves from Boston to Milwaukee six years ago. It was the first time a Na« tional League team had lifted) stakes since 1900. The Braves hiked the league attendance rets ord last year to 2,215,404 and won the World Series. This year, the Dodgers and Giants were trans* planted from New York to Calf. fornia and the scanning ot new horizons in baseball resembles the race to shoot rockets to the moort. Perini is all for It. "The country is ready for «*» pansion. The question is whether baseball is." he said. He endorsed action of the Na« tional League Monday in authorizing President Warren Giles to name a committee of three to study feasibility of tfie expansion. The resolution was prompted by the appearance before the league of Mayor Robert Wagner of New York City and the chairman of his committee to replace the void left by the Dodgers and Giants. They assured the league that if it would provide a franchise, the city would come up with 12 million dollars to build a stadium seating 52,000. 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