Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 12, 1958 · Page 9
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Section $ Pages 9*16 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Classified January 15,1836 ALTON, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JULY 12,1958 Be Per Copy Member of Thf Attttfated Jensen Replaces Ted As Boston Slugger; Jones Yanks Keep 11 Game Lead With 11-3 Win > By DO CORBtGAN AwocUtod PMM Sperta Write* Quietly, almost as .though he were committing a heresy, Jackie Jensen has replaced: Ted Williams as "Mr. Big" of the Boston Red Sox. ; Ever .since he arrived on, the ccene as a spindly kid in 1939, Williams has been the man the Red Sox looked to for the big blow when they needed it. » He'll be 40 years old at the end •~ol next month, and while he's still to be feared when he takes his bat in his hand, Williams definitely is No. 2 man in the' Red Sox power department these days. This is Jensen's ninth year in the American League, and- he's • rolling along at a, .319 clip. He leads the league in runs batted in .with 76 and home runs with 26. Hornet No. 26 Friday in Boston's 6-1 decision over Chicago equalled his previous season's high. ' He also knocked in four runs to make Ike Delock's job on the mound easy. The victory was De lock'a eighth without a defeat. It was only his fourth start as he's primarily a reliever. Elsewhere in the American League, the New York Yankees blasted the Cleveland Indians, 11-3, and the Washington Senators edged the Detroit Tigers, 6-5, .in a night game. The scheduled Kansas City at Baltimore game was rained out. The Yanks backed Bob Turley's pitching with a 14-hit attack on three Cleveland'pitchers to keep their lead at 11 games over the Red Sox. Ray Narleski was the victim. Ed FitzGerald played a' Frank MerriweU;..role- in. .Washington'* triumph over Detroit, stroking a two-out pinch single which scorn Roy Severs from third base. That 'capped a two-run, come-from-behind rally. Temper l/p, Ted Williams flings Bat BOSTON (AP) - Boston slug er Ted Williams got flip with his at Friday when his temper ran hort. Williams, angered by a called iird .strike in the first inning gainst Chicago, whipped his bal ard along the ground on the foul de of first base which caused oach Del Baker to hurdle out of le way. Facing Jim Wilson again in the xth of the 6-1 triumph over the /bite Sox, Ted fouled a changeup itch on a 2-1 delivery down the gbt field line. Williams, who later said he lould have hit that pilch out ol he park, then tossed his bat high into fiie air, end over end, like a aton. Moments later he drew a alk. ' • )onNewcombe Goes Against Former Mates - .* SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Big >on Newcombe, slated to make his first pitching- start for Cincinati against his former Dodger mates .Sunday, says, "I'll try to jeat them like I try to beat any lub." v Now wearing a Cincinnati uni orm, the 240-pound right-handei as 1 faced the -Los Angeles club nee before this year in a losing elief assignment. Manuager Birdie. Tebbets sayi e'll give the big fellow a starting ob this time if his ailing bad oesn't bother him and Don said t didn't, He doesn't see ^anything pecial about' his pitching agains ie Dodgers for whom he starrec arwven seasons. League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (based on 175 or mor t bats)—Power, Cleveland, .329 Cerv, Kansas City, .325; Fox, Chi By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B New York 51 26 .662 Boston 40 37 .519 11 Kansas City ... 38 39 .494 13 Detroit 37 39 .487 Baltimore 37 40 .481 14 Cleveland 38 43 .469 15 Chicago 36 41 .468 15 Washington ... 33 45 .423 Saturday Games Chicago at Boston (2) Detroit at Washington Cleveland at New York Kansas City at Baltimore Friday Results New York 11, Cleveland 3 Boston I, Chicago 1 Washington 6, Detroit 5 Kansas City at Baltimore, rain Sunday Games Kansas City at Washington (2) Chicago at New York (2) Cleveland at Boston Detroit at Baltimore (2) Monday Games Cleveland at Boston Detroit at Baltimore Chicago at New York (N) Kansas Oty at Washington (N) NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B 42 54 .553 42 37 .532 1 38 36, .514 3 37 36 .507 3M 40 40 .500 4 37 3? .493 4M 37-42 .468 6 34 44 ..436 9 Milwaukee .... San Francisco St. Louis ...... Philadelphia .. Chicago ...... Cincinnati .... Pittsburgh .... Los Angeles .. > Saturday Games Philadelphia at .Chicago. Pittsburgh it St. Louis Cincinnati ft* Los Angeles Friday Remits Pittsburgh 7, Chicago 2 Milwaukee 7, Los Angelei 4 San Francisco T, Cincinnati (12 innings.) St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 2 Sunday Games Philadelphia at Chicago (2) i Pittsburgh at St. Louis (2) Cincinnati at Los Angeles (2) Milwaukee at San Francisco Monday Games PhUldiiphiA it Chicago dnclBoati §t Los Angeles Mllwftijlue a| San Qnjy ago. .321 RUNS— Mantle. New York, 61 Cerv, Kansas City, 55; Power, Cleve and. 53 ^ RUNS BATTED. IN—Jensen, Bos on, 76; Cerv, Kansas City, 63; Siev ers and Lemon, Washington, 52 HITS—Fox, Chicago, 98; Malzone loston, 97; Power, Cleveland and Ka ine, Detroit, 18 TRIPLES—Power, Cleveland; Tut le, Kansas City and Lemon, Wash ngton, 6 HOME RUNS—Jensen, Boston, 26 Cerv, Kansas City, 23; Mantle, New York, 22 STOLEN BASES — Apariclo, Ch ago, 17; Rivera, Chicago, 10; Lan Us, Chicago and Mlnoso, Cleveland PITCHING (based'on 7 or mor lecislons)—Delock, Boston, 8-0, 1.000 Turley. New York, 13-3, .813; Sull an, Boston and Larsen, New York •2, .778 STRIKEOUTS—Turley, New York '7; Ford, New York, 89; Sunning Detroit, 85 NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (based on 175 or mor at bats)—Muslal, St. Louis, .363 Mays, San Francisco. .348; Dark, Ch cago, .330 •RUNS—Banks, Chicago and Mays San Francisco, 64; Aaron, Milwau cee 56 HUNS BATTED IN—Thomas. Pitts burgh, 71: Banks. Chicago, 62; An derson, Philadelphia and Cepeda San Francisco, 53 HITS—May*. San Francisco, 109 Walls and Banks. Chicago, 98 DOUBLES—Hoak, Cincinnati. 23 Thomson. Chicago, 20; Groat. Pitts burgh, 18 TRIPLES—Vlrdon, Pittsburgh, 9 Banks, Chicago, Mays, San Fran Cisco and Blaslngame, St, Louis. 8 HOME RUNS—Thomas, Pittsburgh 25; Banks, Chicago, 22; Walls, Ch cago, 18 STOLEN BASES—Ashburn, Phila delphla and Mays, San Francisco, 14 Slaslngame, St. Louie, 12 PITCHING (based on 7 or mor decisions) — McMahon, Milwaukee 9-1. .857: Phillips. Chicago and Fa Mil. Philadelphia, 6-2, .750 > STRIKEOUTS - Jones. St. Lpul 108; Drott. Chicago. 76; Sanfon Philadelphia, 75 Cepeda Clou ts * rameWinning 3-Run Homer By ED OORRIGAN AMoclate* PMM Sports Writer Sam Jones, the towering St ..ouis right-hander, shows prom se of getting out of the rut. At iis current rate, he'll lead the National League in strikeouts for 958. Friday night, he whiffed 10 Phil es to run his, mark for the year o 108 — the first NL pitcher to ass 100 — and in the process whipped Philadelphia 6-2 to en ble the Cards to move into thirc lace. When the season is all over, the 2-year-old veteran won't be near he top in won-lost records. How ver, it should be noted that he as lost a couple of tough ones The Phillies beat him, 1-0, back in May and the Milwaukee Brave: got to him for a 3-2 decision aftei had them shut out for eigh innings two months ago. Still, his record shows only a half dozen victories against seven defeats. While the Cards were taking ver third • place, the Milwaukee Braves and the New York Giants running one-two, both won. The Braves clubbed Los Angeles 7- and the Giants whipped Cincinnal also by 7-4 although this one took 12 innings. That left the Brave till a game and a half in front "he Pittsburgh Pirates turned tack the Chicago Cubs 7-2 in the other NL game. The Braves, who have won only our of 12 games against Lo Angeles this season, had to wipe out a three-run Dodger lead ir he sixth inning to tie the scor at 4-4. Then they got.two mor runs in the seventh and one in th eighth. Rookie first baseman Orland Cepeda, was the big man in th Giants' victory, smashing a three run, 400-foot homer in the last o he 12th to provide the winnin margin over Cincinnati. Dick Stuart, playing in his sec ond major league game, hit hi second homer in as many day for the Pirates. The blow cam with the bases loaded and clinche the victory over Chicago. Wills Pitches, No-Hitter As Eagles Win Ray Wills pitched a no hitter fo the Eagles, Friday night, to bea the Panthers, 10-0, in a Bantam division game of the Wood Rive Township Khoury League. Wil led the nine-hit attack of th Eagles with two hits. In the Bantam Gold division, th Cards' downed the Hornets, 16- Hornets pitchers gave up 16 walk and the Hornets committed eigl errors. • For the Cards, Hausman had three hits including a tripl Goode doubled for the only Home hit. In Yanks triumphed over the Indian 10-4. Peters, Yank pitcher struc out seven batters. Peters had triple and a home run, and Galla ci had a home run for the Yank The Indians bad eight errors. In Juvenile division play, Jiv land beat the Oilers 13-4. Hec pitched for Jiveland, striking on 15 batters. Wall was the OUer hurler, he struck out eight batter the Midget division, th »• Boyer Triples, Doubles Cards Into Third Spot Haney Warns Party-Goers After Affair YOUNG MAN WITH A CLOUT Richard, Lee Stuart, .who has demonstrated,, his yesterday's gaijie Stuart hit a grand slam homer as prowess as a home run hitter during his two days as a Pirates won, 7-2. Day before, his first in the majors, major leaguer with the Pittsburgh Pirates, shows his he hit a home run. During the past SV 2 years in the batting style in this sequence as he clouts out a fly ball against the Chicago Cubs. Catcher is Sam Taylor. In minors he hit 175 home runs. (AP Wirephoto) Rookie Stuart Hits Bases / LoadedHomer CHICAGO (AP) — Richard Lee Stuart is a 25 year old who likes golf, Water skiing, and hitting TORONTO (AP) — The United States needs just one more vie- ory to clinch a finals berth in the American Zone Davis Cup competition, and Barry 'MacKay and Sam Giammalva will try to take care of that today when they meet Canadians Don Fontana and Bob Bedard in the doubles. Young Whitney Reed of Ala meda, Caljf., made it 2-0 for the mer to pace Pittsburgh's 7-2 con-lUnited t States in' the three-out-of lomers. This Pittsburgh Pirate rookie ms always claimed he could hit from 25 to 30 homers every year in the majors. As of today he stands a good chance to fulfill his forecast. Dick has played two t and belted two homers — lie second one was a ( grand v slanv quest of the Chicago Cubs Friday During the past three and a hall seasons Stuart has established himself as the Babe Ruth of the minors, getting exactly 175. Stuart's homer log • dates back in earnest to 1955 when he hit 33 The following season he deliverec 66 playing for Lincoln, Neb., and last year,' 1957, he_ sprayed no fewer than 45 around and about the country. After going to spring training with the Pirates a third time lasl March, Stuart was assigned to Lake City in the Pacific Coast League. He belted 31 for the Utah club, and this production prompted Dick's recall to the Pirates last week. Moyes Named Worden Coach Paul Moyes has been appointed head basketball coach at Worden High School. Moyes graduated 'from Eastern Illinois State College at Eastern last June. June. Moyes 'succeeds Don Doerle who has been appointed Superin tendent of. Worden School Unit 16 Lockhaven To Feature Two-Ball Play Sunday A two-ball mixed foursome wil be the featured play at Lockhaven Sunday starting at 1:30 p.m. Pair ings may be obtained at the pro shop or by calling Bob* Walters a 2-1286. SOFTBALL CHAMP Dr. Abraham fiimou, tupertuteoikut Dr. Koda* Komolo*. George Adiroll and t* U»e BotofM3§rUii, grand TOWJ »r, H, 8«|- <utl«lttl Ann! 1%M P l)f of t)u» Alton State ftHBhlU iprMiMMMpp Yean to aianer and Bajwuuid ittariWIIMweifl WAV U.S. Needs Another Win In Canada five series Friday as he smashed his way to a straight set victory over Canadian champion Bedard 9-7, 6-2, M. ' MacKay had won the first single match Thursday with a straight set decision over Fontana, Can ada's No. 2 player. The two re maining singles matches will be played Monday. If the United States team win either the doubles today or one o the two singles matches Monday t undoubtedly will meet eithe: Argentina or Israel in the zone final, as Argentina took a com manding 2-0 lead over a young inexperienced British West Indies team Friday in their semi-final match at Buenos Aires. Argentina, should it turn in its expected victory over the Wes Indians, will meet Israel in the other zone semifinal next week end. -Israel had challenged in the American zone because the European zone quota was filled. Capacity Crowd Expected To Set Attendance Mark SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-With a capacity crowd certain today wher the National League-leading Mi waukee Braves open a three game* series against second plac San Francisco, the Giants' turn stiles click past the total horn attendance last year when th team played at New York's Pol Grounds. The throng of 10,216-who saw rookie Orlando Cepeda blast a Ut inning homer • to beat Cincinnati 7-4 Friday, swelled the total to 641,602 for 42 games. More thar 20,000 can be expected today t swpass the 653,923 for the 7 games played at the Polo Ground in 1957. Again the Giants challenge fo the league lead, going Into thi series IK games behind th Braves and facing the Milwaukee ace left-hander Warren Spahn. San Francisco Manager" Bill Rigne countered with nil club's porUide star Johnny AntoneUi for the open er. Friday's extra-inning battl came to an abrupt end when th 20-year-old Cepeda, with a coun of two strikes and no balls, belte a H»4 Jeficoat pitch 400 feet t center field and over the fenc scoring Daryl Spencer and WUU day* ahead of him. Orlando has juat returned to-tte UUMIP alter t week'g r«st pr* icrlbed by RJ*oey after the rookie firtt licker'i bMa« fell ott from it! Ortega Gains Split Decision OverCrawford NEW YORK (AP)-Gaspar Orega, a split decision winner over ,lickey Crawford, thinks he and /irgil Aldns*can make a potfull f money with a title fight in Los Angeles. The Mexican welterweight who s ranked No. 2 among Akin's ontender in Ring, ratings (No. "i with the National Boxing Associa tion) bulled his way to a victory over the clever Saginaw, Mich, welter Friday night at Madison Square Garden. Crawford was No 4 with the NBA and No. 7 wit! Ring. It was the third defeat ir 25 pro starts for the 2 to 1 favor ite. There was a wide variation i the scoring. X 0ne judge, Harol Barnes, saw it 8-2 for Ortega. Th referee, Mark Conn, voted 7-3 fo Crawford. Judge Leo Birnbaum who used to fight as Bobby Daw son, had Ortega on top 6-4. Th AE card was 7-2-1 for Ortega, ringside poll showed eight of 1 voting for the Mexican. Nick. Corby, Ortega's co-mana ier, began shouting for an Akin match immediately. "We're going to try to force it,' he said. "It will draw a lot o money in California. I think i could top 1300,000 in Los Angeles Ortega is the best welterwiegh ever to come out of Mexico. They would come over the border in droves to see him." The California schedule, how ever, is a bit crowded at the moment. With the Zora Folley Peter Rademacher heavyweigh match July 25, the Floyd Patter son-Roy Harris heavyweight till rout Aug. 18 and the Carmen Basilio-Art Aragon scrap on Sept 5 all set for Los Angeles. Hellrung Wins 4-] In Corwin Play Hellrung defeated the Yankees 4-1, in a Corwin League gam played here Friday night. Hel rung's Johns and the Yankees Givhan each pitched a one-hitter The Cubs rolled over the Fa cons, 23-10, scoring seven runs ir the first, 11 in the a third, and fiv in the fourth. The Falcon hurlers allowed 24 walks. Vail (or th Cubs had two hits while hi teammates Webb and Hard a lowed only six hits. The Wolves downed the *AtJ» letics, 6-5, in a protested game The Wolves scored four runs i the first and two hi the second Gray and Morris led the Athteti hitters with two hits apiece. The Tigers won on a forfeit b the Foxes. The Pirates beat the Cards, 13- on 10 hits. The losers had four hits Feeder and R. Crowson pitcbe for the Pirates and Bryan and L Fisher hurled lor the Cards. Th Pirates' 'Johnson had the only extra base hit of the game with home run. Maor By THE TiMOCIATEB PHESS Hittlng-Jackle Jensen, Red Sox hit his 26th homer of year an drove, in (our* runs as Soxwhippec White Sox 6-1. Sam Jones, Cardinals, fanned 10 Philadelphia batten to beoom* firtt major league twirlw te pas* 100 mark in whiffs this season AI bj cooled oJI «ot PhilUef ft* Minor League Midwest League (First Game) Waterloo 201 020 0—5 7 0 :ich. City 100 000 0—1 3 1 (Second Game) 'aterloo 010 000 0—1 7 1 rtlch. City 000 000 0—0 4 7 LOS ANGELES (AP) — The westward move of the Dodgers is giving National Leaguers more than just transportation troubles. There's Hollywood. The film capital apparently poses more perils for ball players than Pauline ever encountered in her long serial life. After four Milwaukee Braves sampled Hollywood's pitfalls at a wild pool-dunking party, Manager Fred Haney assembled the team Friday and warned: "There are a lot of people out here on the prowl, particularly girls. They are looking for pub licity and will do anything to ge .ti I warn you to be careful." The party-goers .were second baseman Red Schoendienst, first baseman Frank Torre and pitchers Lew Burdette and Gene Conley.' The affair was held last Tuesday while Haney was in Baltimore managing the National League team in the All Star game. Several guys and dolls were tossed in the pool — in keeping with Hollywood tradition—including the host, television producer Warner Taub. Haney said he called the meet- Ing to get an explanation. Afterward he told newsmen: "It was a private party on an off night when the players are free to do what they want." ST. LOUtS (AP), - The nick of Sad Sam Jones, St.' Louis Cardfc> nal pitcher, appears to be taking a turn for the better. He became the first National League pitcher to pass the cen* tury mark in strikeouts this sea* son by fanning 10 batters in pitching the Cardinals to a 6-4 triumph Friday night over the hot Philadelphia Phils. His total now stands at 108. ... r ., ? Southpaw Vinegar Bend Mizell, sidelined the past two weeks, aces Pittsburgh today. Hia mount opponent is expected to be Bob Friend, the Pirate's ace right-hander. The Cardinal triumph shoved hem into third place, a position arls .eokuk 100 000 252—10 10 000 200 032— 770 Dubuque at Kokomo, rain Decatur at Clinton, rain Three-I League Davenport 13, Winona' 5 Green Bay 5, Cedar Rapjds 8 Burlington 7-8, Fox Cities 2-5 Pacific Coast League Portland 2, Salt Lake City 1 nnlngs) San Diego 5. Vancouver 4 Spokane 3. Phoenix 2' Seattle 1, Sacramento 0 International League MtinttBal 6, Buffalo 0 Toronto 3. Rochester 2 Miami 2, Columbus 1 Richmond 7, Havana 0 (11 He said he didn't believe there would be any disciplinary action taken. Osborne Leads Devils In, 21-6 Loop Victory The Devils trounced the Braves 21-6, Friday night in a Rennet contest played here. Osborne led the 18-hit Devils attack with fou hits. Also for the Devils, Heat had ttree,, Middletori, Gffleland Weber arid Stephan each had tw American Association Charleston 4. Wichita 3 (17 innings) Minneapolis 3, St. Paul 1 Omaha 9, Denver 3 Indianapolis at Louisville, postponed hits. One of Gilleland's hits was Philadelphia had taken from them Thursday night in' the National League merry-go-round. It was the second Philadelphia defeat in the last 10 games. Jones, the victim of a number of hard-luck defeats, yielded the Phillie runs in the second, one on Harry Anderson's 12th home run and fifth of the year in Buscb Stadium. After that Jones didn't allow a Phillie past second, Ha now has a 6-7 record. The robust 13-hit Cardinal attack included Wally Moon's first home run—the tie-breaking marker—and a pair of triples and • double by Ken Boyer. • Ludlow And Sikes Meet In Publinx By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press gporte .Writer CHICAGO (AP) — In the summer, 220-pound Bob Ludlow packs ice cream at an Indianapolis dairy in the morning and plays golf in the afternoon. In the winter the big fellow, who, once was on the Butler University links team, is a junior high school ym teacher. In the summer, Dan Sikes, does dd jobs in the athletic depart- . ment of the University of Florida and says he has time tor only one round of golf'a week. In the winter, the lean former All-Army champion, burns the midnight oil as a law student. Ludlow and Sikes met today in the 36-hole finals of the National Public Links tournament home run. The Braves had fou hits. Gill had two and Barton am Jureziz each had one hit for th Braves. River Ripples and Outdoors Hopold Brand Conservation's deer permit office is being swamped with applications for hunting permits. Hunters are failing to supply enough information with their letters, according to JOHN CALHOUN, who is.hi charge of the deer project. Hunters should name first and iiad'rJmoved the drain plug. Second choice counties where The boat filled with about 75.they plan to hunt along with the Boner Club Nominee The Boners Club gained a new nominee recently when R. (Jack) ROBERSON; 557 N. Second St., Wood River, planned to take his 'amily ,and a neighbor for a ride n his new outboard outfit. Roberson launched his boat at Piasa , Harbor but forgot that he gallon)! of water before Roberson discovered his error and was able to bring it back out of the water. Weekend Voyage A three-day outboard trip to Quincy was enjoyed last weekend by ED CAHILL, his wife, BETTY, 709 Linden Ave., and GEORGE KING and his wife, JENNY, 709a Linden Ave. They stayed in-Hannibal the first night and arrived in Quincy Sunday afternoon during a series of boat races, "We returned Monday," Cahill related, "The water was like glass but jammed with debris and driftwood. Apparently lock- masters were flushing dams judging by the large amount of driftwood. But we didn't shear a pin." targe Perch The fish have been biting below Alton Locks and Dam on the Missouri side for J, A. REEDER, and his grandson, DAVID WILSON, 3607 Berkeley Ave., Re. cently Wilson landed a five-pound white perch there on crawfish for bait and Reeder landed several catfish weighing several pounds. Deceived GWU The recent column telling of young ROSS MICHAEL HAL* LEY'S fishing prowess and desire for life jacket! resulted in a windfall for him, reported hit father R. I. (Row) MALLEY, 63 E. Jennings Ave., Wood River. MBS. ALMA BRKCH1V 847 Longfellow Ave., Wood River, who has been an enthusiastic fisherman herself, gave young Ross two Coast Guard approved life jackets and two new spinning reels. Young Hots, 11. had beer saving towards the purchse a) the Ufe Jackets *o that he could file out oil boat, Permit Office Swamped The Ulinoti DepartmjBt of 15 fee and be sure to give their correct name and address. Send to the Deer Permit Office, Department of Conservation, Springfield, HI. Deer hunting will be permitted in 33 counties this fall, The shotgun-slug season is Oct. 31, Nov. 1, and 2 and hunters are restricted to one county. The bow and arrow season is Oct. 1 to 15 inclusive and bow hunters may hunt in any of the 33 counties. The bag limit is one deer of any kind. Junior Coiwervationtste ( The Department of Co'nserva tion's annual Conservation School for Illinois youngsters will be attended by 350 teenagers July 13 to 18 at the State Fair Grounds in Springfield. Each student has been selected by a sponsor Because of his or her Interest hi outdoor activities including wildlife management. Archery Tournament The National Field Archery Tournament with $5,000 in prizes is set for July 28 to Aug. 1, inclusive at Grayling, M i c h, There are 20 complete 28-target courses reedy which will ao comodate 2,200 archers shooting in fourseomes at every other target. Reservations are request- in advance lor shooters and accomodatlona, Writ* PR CD BEAR, Tournament Chairman, Grayling Bowhunters, Grayling, Mich, Both have been in four previous Publinx and got acquainted last year in Hershey, Pa., when they were in the same.qualifying threesome. Ludlow's best performance in previous Publinx was twice reaching the third round, in 1950 hi Louisville and in 1954 in Pallas. Sikes' best was the fourth round in 1953 in Seattle. Sikes is a six-footer and as gaunt as a cowpoke. Ludlow is 6 feet 3 and looks like he eats more ice cream than he packs. Redbirds Win In Gty Golf Loop In Men's City Golf League play Friday, the Redbirds downed Bono's Dubs 3^ to H/6. Jim Me- Brien of the Redbirds was med- alist with a 35. Bono's Dubs lead the league with 32% points. This win for the Redbirds moved them up to 30 points. With one match to go in the first round Bono's and the Redbirds are the only teams that can win the title. The final match will be Tuesday at Muny Golf Course.. Bono's will play the Pukach Peons and the Redbirds will play the Black- hawks. In other matches the Pukach Peon's won over Zito's, 5-0, and the Blackhawks beat Wood River Presbyterians, 3H to %. The standings are as follows: DON FMt Boil M1HAVALLK ol Pali sades Yacht Club planned to launch his 28-foot inboard run* about with a 1.450 horsepower aircraft engine today at Portage dis Sioux. He may not run the boat for a few days because he wants It to soak up firtt. He has estimated that the boat wJM juit about idle at 60 nita WQ hour; He doesn't intend to open the ttoro> tie because he said the boat would djfjntegriti, Team Bono's Dubs Redbirds Pukach Peon's Blackhawks Zito's Wood River Pti, SO 24 .18* Bowling ACMI Friday Summer Mixed deaf ue Green won 2 from Cards. LoaN ers won 3 from Relatives. Gut* tor Snipes won 3 from Cubs. Wardein won 3 from Pace. High games—J. Mowery «Q2, H, CaVrigan 188, D. Watdiln 178. IOWUNN • Fru*y Mlxei Hosey won 1H from Corky, Baugb won t from Relics. WilM won 2 from Grlesbaunj. Msjcom won 3 from MaHero. 200 bowler*-R, Allen 308; », Baugb m; Shorty Blackburn aw. Fight Results '**& ^ttPsHP^T I ^^WHM| ^R'—

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