Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 16, 1958 · Page 15
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Alton, Illinois
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WEONB9DAY, JULY 16,1968 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH _. , ^^^ PAOB Giants Blank Phils, Roberts Gets Loss; J , W Tigers Down Yanks Snider Clubs Longest Clout In Coliseum fty ED W1LKS Prem ftpMti Writer With 96 victories, Robin Robert* Is the winningest pitcher the Philadelphia Phillies ever have had. But he'i the tough luck guy among active major leaguers when it comes to 1-0 defeats. He had no luck at all Tuesday night, giving up just -two hits in his seven innings, but losing 1-0 at San Francisco. It was his second 1-0 defeat of the season and sev< enth of his career, more than any other pitcher now working In the majors has had to put up with. Roberts-, whb has won five 1-0 games, has been a shutout vie tim enough times this season to go on strike. The Phils have been blanked eight times, more than any other National League team, and Robin has been the loser in half of them. Young Mike McCormick collared the Phils in this one, struggling through with a nine-hitter for his second shutout and a 7-1 record as the Giants, who managed just three hits, stayed within half a game of first-place Milwaukee. The Braves rapped St. Louis 4-1 on the four-hit pitching of Joey Jay and home runs by Hank Aaron and Wes Covington. Pittsburg beat Los Angeles 6-2 in the only other game scheduled. Aaron and Covington split the four' hits Sal Maglie allowed the Braves in four innings — but Aaron's two were his 16th and 17th home runs, while Covington singled and hit his 14th homer for a 3-0 lead that handed Maglie his third consecutive defeat and a 2-3 record. Aaron's fly ball brought in the other run after the Cards had scored in the fourth on a walk and singles by Stan Musial and Curt Flood. Duke Snider's two-run seventh homer— a 440-foot shot, longest yet in the Coliseum — gave the Dodgers a tie in the sixth,* but the Bucs bagged it with four in the eighth off Don Drysdale, who lost his 10th. Dick Stuart scored the clincher on Bob Skinner's single, after driving in the first' two Pirate runs with a single and his third home run. (9-9) won it. Ronnie Kline Durelle Meets Holt Tonight In Television Bout MONTREAL AP)-Mike Holt, sleek-looking South African fighter, makes no bones about his plans to handle Yvon Durelle in their British Empire lighMeavyweight title bout tonight. "I'll wear him down," said Holt with finality. "It he wants to make a fight of It, I don't think it will go the limit. I'm not underestimating him but if there's a knockout I think I'll be the one who scores it. I hear he's a wonderful hitter. I can hit, too." The 12-round bout between Holt and the New Brunswick fisherman from Bale Ste. Anne is scheduled for 9 p.m. EST at the Montreal Forum. The fight will be televised nationally in Canada and the United States with only Montreal and Sh e r b r o o k, Que. blacked out. Fight Results By TOE ASSOCIATED PRESS OTTAWA, Ont. — Art Swelden Pittsburgh, and Bert Whitehurst, Baltimore, drew, 10. Heavyweights Mike McCormick Justifies Large Bonus With Wins SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Mike McCormick cost the Giants an (85,000 bonus two years ago but hi* teammates and opponents agree he was worth every penny of It. The swi^filtchlng 19-year-old lefty is the National League's eading percentage pitcher with a 7-1 record. He got his seventh Tuesday night, a 1-0 masterpiece for San Francisco over the Philadelphia Phillies and Robin Roberts. "He had good stuff, that rascal," said Roberts, a 10-year ma. jor leaguer who bad a two-hitter going Until he was lifted in the eighth for a pinch hitter. McCormick allowed nine blows. ' "The kid learned so fast," commented Frank Shellenback, head of the-Giants' minor league pitching personnel. "He's 100 per cent mproved over his spring training performance." The Giants got their run, enough to keep them in second place half a game behind Milwaukee, on two walks, a double and a costly error by third baseman Willie Jones in the seventh. League Leaders AMERICAN -LEAGUE BATTING (based on 200 or more at bats)—Power, Cleveland, .331; Runnels, Boston, .324; Fox, Chicago and Kuenn, Detroit, .320 RUNS—Mantle, New York, 84; Cerv; Kansas City, 57; Jensen, Boston and Power, Cleveland, 54 RUNS BATTED IN—Jensen, Boston, 79; Cerv, Kansas City, 63; Slev era, Washington, 54 • HITS—Fox, Chicago. 106; Malzone, Boston, 104: Power, Cleveland, 102 DOUBLES—Kuenn, Detroit, 25; Power. Cleveland, 20; Kaltne, Detroit, 18 TRIPLES—Power, Cleveland, 7; Tuttle, Kansas City and Lemon; Washington; 6 HOME RUNS-rJenien, Boston. 27; Mantle. New York, 24; Cerv, Kansas City. 23 •'••• •'..: STOLEN BASES — Aparlclo, Chicago, 17; Rivera, Chicago, 10; Landls. Chicago and Mlnoso. Cleveland. 9 PITCHING (based on I, or more decisions)—Delock, Boston, 8-0, 1.000: Turley, New York, 13-3, .813; Sullivan, Boston. 8-?, .800 STRIKEOUTS—Turley, New York 97; Ford. New York. »1; Wynn, Chicago, 8* Lary Hurls Fifth Decision Over Leaders By E» WILKS Amoclftted Press Sport* Writer Frank Lary, the plnball addict who makes tights flash and buz- ?ers hum when he throws his kmlckleball against New York, is practically a cinch to become the irst pitcher in 14 years to beat the Yankees six times in one sea- NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (based on 200 or more at baU)—Musial, St. Loul», .362; Mays, San Francisco, -.340; Dark, Chicago, .333 RUNS—Banks, Chicago. 67; Mays, San Francisco, 65; Aaron, Milwau kee, 61 , J " RUNS BATTED IN—Thomas. Pitts burgh, 72; Banks,. Chicago, 67; Cepeda. San. Francisco. 57 HITS—Mays. r San Francisco. Ill; Walls. Chicago, 108; Ashburn. Phila delphla. 104 DOUBLES—Hoak, Cincinnati, 23; Thomson, Chicago, 21; Groat, Pitts burgh, 19 . TRIPLES—Vlrdon, Pittsburgh, 9; Banks, Chicago. Mays, San Fran Cisco and Blaslngame. St: Louis, 8 HOME RUNS—Thomas, Pittsburgh. 25; Banks, Chicago, 23; Walls, Chicago, 20; '-.•••STOLEN BASES—Ashburn. Phila delphla and Mays, San Francisco, 14: Blaslnsame. St. Louis, 13 PITCHING (based on 8 or more decisions) — McCormick, San Fran Cisco. 7-1, .875; Phillips. Chlcaao, and Farrell. Philadelphia, 6-2, .750 STRIKEOUTS — Jones, St. Louis 108; Podres. Los Angeles, 80: Drott Chicago, and Antonelll, San Fran Cisco, 78. Spinello Takes Lead In Chicago Junior Open WAUKEGAN, III. (AP) — Mike Spinello Jr. fired a one-under-par Tuesday to take the first day lead in the Chicago District Golf Assn. Junior Open. Spinello, a junior from Northern Illinois University had four birdies over the Glen Flora Coun try Club. He took a three-stroke lead over Tom Oral, Chicago and Joe Burke, Waukegan, After today's round, the field of 128 will be cut to the 60 low scores and ties with the 30 low scorers playiiig for the Championship Friday, son. The 27-year-old Detroit right bander had no real trouble beating he Yankees 12-5 Tuesday. Thai was his fifth over the American League leaders this season. No one has beaten the Yankees six times in one year since 1944, when a pair of Tiger aces, oddly enough, did it. Dizzy Trout was $-0 and Hal Newhouser 6-2 against New York that year. While third-place Detroit took a 9-4 edge over the Yankees for the year and cut their lead to 12 games, Boston retained secont jlace by beating Kansas City 5-2 on J.ackie Jensen's 27th home run Baltimore tied the A's for fourth by defeating the White Sox in 12 innings. Washington beat Cleveland 5-4. Lary had a string of 27 shutout innings over the Yankees until a two-run seventh, and finally ^ way in a two*un eight, when Mickey Mantle hit his 24th home run. Lary-now is 9-8 for the season. Jensen, the major league home run leader, hit his one-season high with a three-run shot in the first inning off loser Ray Herbert (3-5) Frank Sullivan won his eighth, but needed relief. Gus Triandos hit a solo 17th ho mer and counted the clincher with a bases-loaded, two-out single it the 12th for the Orioles against reliever Turk Lown (0-2). Arnie Portocarrero (8-5) went all the way, giving up seven hits and blanking the White Sox on one hi for nine innings after a two-run first. Roy 'Sievers* 21st home run broke up a tie for the Senators in the seventh off Gary Bell (3-3) Herb Score made his first start since April 30 for the Indians, and trailed 4-0 when he left in the sec ond., Tex Clevenger (5-8)"won it blanking the Tribe on one hit in 5.1-3 innings of relief, retiring I'm last 14 in order. Coach Tommy Henrich of the Detroit Tigers batted .282 irt 1,284 American League'games with the Yankees. He also hit .282 in'21 World Series games. Chicago Cubs In 3-Game Series With Cincinnati Slumping Cardinals Lose, Still Only Four Games Out CHICAGO /P — The rollick Ing Chicago Cubs, well-rested after a day off, open a three-game series with the Cincinnati Redlegs today with a dottbleheader. Tn third place and only 3 games off the pace, the Cubs will send Moe Drabowsky (8-8) and Taylor Phillips f6-2) against Harvey Haddix (5-5) and Brooks Lawrence (6-5). Drabowsky has hren bothrred by a sore elbow and if he is unable to pitch. Manager Bob Sfheffing has indicated he will 20 with Marcelino Soils. Solis is a 28-yenr-old rookie called up from Kort t Worth several days ago. He led flip Texas League with a 15-2 record. Third baseman Alvin Dark, injured in Monday's riotous lllh- inning victory over Philadelphia, is expected to be ready for duty. Cub hopefuls are freely tossing around the word "if." And if the Cubs can manage to stay hot for the next 12 days, (hoy could he come . serious contenders. The Cubs play seven games with Cincinnati and six with Milwaukee Trip Down h Hard For All Players By BEN OLAtf Asiorlated Press sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - The 30- year-old reserve infielder walked dejectedly out of the manager's office. The worst had happened. He had been given the pink slip. . .a one-way ticket back to the minor leagues. Should he report to the minor league team? Ts' he too old to try for another shot at the big league? Does he want to continue anc then maybe try for a job as a minor league manager, scout or club official? Should he go back home and try something else? These problems confront scores of major league ballplayers every spring find summer. So, two base jball men well qualified to givi I heir opinion on the subject were asked what they thought. ST. LOUIS (AP) - The slwinp* ng St. Louis Cardinals are hang* ng on the second division preci* pice. The Redbirds, feeble at th« plate, were defeated 4-1 by Mil* waukee Tuesday night in theif hird setback and their eighth ill leven games this month. St. Louis Is In fourth place but, in the tight National Leagua scramble, still Is only four gafnel off the pace. Joey Jay, Milwaukee's 22-year> old rookie right-hander, handcuff* ;d the Birds with a four-hit pitch* ng job at Busch Stadium belor* i disappointed crowd of 22.269, The league-leading Braves man* aged only six hits but they included three solo, home runs, twft ay Hank Aaron and one by Wes Maglie, the starting and losing pitcher. Maglie now has lost 3 and won 2. The only Cardinal run came In the fourth when Stan Musial singled, advanced on a walk, and scor« ed from second on Curt Flood's single. After that only two Cardinal runners made it as far at second base. Jay struck out th« ast four to face him. MUSIAL DIVES BACK INTO FIRST Stan Musial, Carddinal first baseman, Ken Boyer of Cards started the action dives back into first ahead of the ball to when he lined to Johnny Logan at short. prevent a .double nlay in the fourth in- Logan threw to Adcock.'The Braves won ning of Tuesday night's game. Milwau- the game by the score of 4-1. (AP Wire- kee Braves flrst baseman Joe Adcock is photo) receiving ball too late for the putout. in that stretch. ! One was Glenn (Rocky) Nelson, The Chicago White Sox ble\v|j4-year-old minor league first baseman who has been with 10 minor league and, five big league clubs since starting his pro career in 1942. The other was Johnny Johnson, assistant farm director of the New York Yankees. "There is no Question that it's a psychological blow when you leave the majors and have to go back down again," said Nelson. "But even at 34 I think I may get another chance." "If I don't make if," added Nelson, who currently is leading the International League in batting with Toronto, "I think I have the qualifications to become a minor league manager. About 50 per cent nf the players I've talked to in our league want to stay in the. game in some capacity." Johnson believes there are many players with leadership qualities. "The younger players, of course, are looking to get back up here." said Johnson. "But many of the older guys are hoping to catch on another game Tuesday night whr-n they bowed before Baltimore, 4-3, in 12 innings. Gus Trandos' run- scoring single off reliefer Turk Lown was the crowning blow. The Sox scored two runs in the first inning and then were blanked by Arnold Portocarrero until the llth when they went in front on a single by Jim Landls after Billy Goodman had doubled. However, the Orioles tied it in the 11th on Brooks Robinson's run-scoring single with two out and won in the 12th. The twp teams will engage in a twi-night doublehcader Wednesday night with Dick Donovan (410) and Bob Shaw (3-2> going against Jack Harshman (6-7) and Milt Pappas (6-2). Lockhaven Play Postponed The Lockhaven women's three- as managers in our farm system, day medal plav vv« s postponed and we>re **"* them ever y °P' f r tirM>tnmH> ** City Of Los Angeles Plans To Appeal Ruling V LOS ANGELES (AP) - The city plans, to appeal a court decision which invalidates its contract with the Dodgers for a stadium in Chavez Ravine. The Chavez Jlavine contract was ruled invalid by Superior Judge Arnold Prager on the grounds, the city can not dispose of its property in the ravine to a private party. Y The Dodgers had hoped to build a 12 'million dollar stadium in Chavez Ravine and have it, ready by next season. River Hippie* ••d : , . ' , Outdoors with Harold Brand Numerous Water Skier* If you would like to see a single outboard craft pull 14 skiers on Alton Lake thwi you are invited to watch Chester Clark, 3424 Brown St., Thursday about 7 p.m. off McAdams Highway just west of Clifton Terrace. Last Sunday in a preliminary practice session off the Missouri shore (where the water was smoother) he pulled 11 skiers using twin 35- wind-driven waves, the demonstration will go on schedule, Clark said that seeing the 14 skiers on turns is especially worthwhile. Sunday Boat Raees The membership boat races at the Alton Motorboat Gliib, Clifton Terrace, Sunday at 2 p.m. will be on a oblong course with a half- mile straightaway, reported Franeta Darr Jr., club secretary. Two buoys will be on each end of the Ford Frick Tells Senate Majors Need More Power horsepower Johnsons on a 16-footj course instead of one In as last fiberglass boat. 'I will pull eight skiers out of the water at one time." Clark >ear s races. Pilots will be able to mako wider turns. Tin' Alton Water Ski Club boat Tommy Bolt Witt Plead Case Tonight By WILL GRIMSLKY Associated Press Sport* Writer 'HAVERTOWN, Pa. (AP)-Are they going to lower the boom on trigger-tempered Tommy Bolt? This question took priority over the usual pretournament gripes about the course and weather today as the country's top professionals tuned up for the National PGA Golf Championship, opening Thursday, Bolt, on probation since last January and hit with a $500 fine for bad conduct, has been called on the carpet of the Professional Golfers Assn. Executive Committee tonight to plead his case. If he can't convince the 15- member committee that he deserves another chance, he likely is to be barred from PGA-spon- sored competition for from a few months to a year or more. Most observers, however, expected the on-again, off-again club ihrower to get no more than a severe dressing down and a warning. By WHITNEY SHOEMAKER WASHINGTON (AP) - Commissioner Ford Frick told senators today that baseball desperate ly needs the power to curb TV- radio broadcasts of its games. Otherwise, he said, the sport faces destruction. Frick pictured major league telecasts into minor league territory as a "major contributing cause" of the minors' rapid decline in popularity. He said the majors and minors depend on each other to stay in existence. But he , cautioned that without a binding TV-radio rule some clubs may "deviate from the desired line" and continue to beam due to rain and has been re- scliPduled for next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Anyone wishing to participate should contact the golf chair- mart. Major Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hitting — Hank Aaron, Braves drove in three runs with a pair o; homers and a sacrifice fly in 4-! victory over the Cardinals. Pitching — Mike McCormick Giants; Truman Clevenger, Spna tors. MrCormiek hucklod down when the going got ? - ough. giving up nine hils in a 1-0 victory over the Phillies; Olevenger struck oul seven and blanked the Indians on one hit in 6 1-3 innings: of relief for a 5-4 victory. jortunity. . ." Pitching coach Mel Harder of the Cleveland Indians had a ?23186 record for 20 seasons with the same team. Minor League Three • 1 League Green Bay 7, Burlington 2 Fox Cities 10, Cedar Rapids 1 Winona 5, Davenport 3 Midwest League Keokuk 200 010 001— 4 6 Dubuque ,421 000 42x—13 14 2 (Flrit Game) Clinton 000 001 0—1 4 Waterloo 310 100 x—5 7 (Second Game) Clinton 200 000 0—2 2 Waterloo 000 203 x—5 1 Michigan City ai Decatur, rain Kokomo at Paris, rain Pacific Coast League Sacramento 1, Spokane 0 (10 In nlngs) Portland 5. Seattle 4 Salt Lake City 8. San Diego 5 Vancouver 5. Phoenix 1 International League Montreal 5. Rochester 3 Toronto 1, Buffalo 0 Miami 3. Richmond 1 Havana 6, Columbu* 2 American Association Minneapolis 10, St. Paul 8 Only game scheduled Boxer Scanlon Could Bring Teenagers Back By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Bobby Scan. n^ Irish eyes shine when you mention the San Francisco Giants. 'he unbeaten lightweight is in oxvn for his first Madison Square Garden main event but he likes to alk baseball. "Boy, what a man that (Orando) Cepeda is," he said. "They pack 'em in every day. I was out o the opener, sitting with Gil McDougald's dad. Lefty O'Doul is my pal. I sure hope they can win." Scanlon, Buffalo born 22 years igo, now is an adopted citizen of San Francisco, home town of his manager, Art Benjamin. With the proper handling he could be the 'new" Chuck Davey who could ure the bobby sockers and teenagers back to watching the TV ights. . Scanlon never saw Gale Kervin, the Ottawa lightweight whom he meets Friday. But he knows all about him. "I tried to get Johnny Busso," said his manager. "But they turned me down, then I went after Kerwin. We still want Busso if we get past Kerwin." Scanlon claims he really had 30 fights instead of the 29 credited to his record. He insists they missed one of his 1956 bouts. According to his reckoning he has won 29 and fought one draw. To Train in Connecticut STAMFORD, Conn. 5>—The New York Knickerbockers of the National Basketball Assn. will train here for three weeks beginning Sept. 22. This marks the first time the Knicks will be training here. For the last two campaigns they drilled in East Orange, N. J. The team will be coached by Fuzzy Levane who succeeds V i nee Boryla. TANDINGS •y THE ASSOCIATE PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE W. . Pot. G.B. New York ..... 54 28 .659 Boston ........ 42 40 ,512 12 Detroit ........ 41 40 .506 12>/i Baltimore ... 39 42 .481 14>i Kansas City . 39 42 .481 14V, Chicago ..... 39 44 ,470 15',i Cleveland Washington 39 46 .499 36 4? .434 Wednesday Game* (2-twl- Chicago at Baltimore right) Petrgit at New York (N) Cleveland at W'aDitogton (N) Kuiuaj City at Boston (N) Tuesday Result* Detroit 12, New York S Boston S, KaniM City 2 Washington 9, Cleveland 4 Baltiraoff 4, Chicago 3 (12 to nlngs) Thursday Games Detroit at New York Kansas City at Boston Chicago it Baltimore (N) Cleveland it Wiibta|ton (N) NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Milwaukee .... 44 36 .550 San Francisco . 45 38 .542 V 8 Chicago 43 41 .512 3 St. Louis ...... 39 39 .500 4 Philadelphia ... 38 40 .487 5 related. "Then about four or five win V)e used as tilP puce boat with other boats will pull other skiers j. Jce commo dore Eloyd Rwterteld as pace man at d starter. Timers and judges include l>r. l>. F. Morgan, »|. (Mlk*) K«*l«ivae. and Darr. The public address system will be installed by John WIHnwn. The announcer is yet to be named. Attending Cwwervatton School George Brooks it-, an Alton High School senior, and son of Mr. and Mrs. George Brooks, 2708 Powhatan St., is attending the Illl< nois Conservation Department's meeting this week at the State Fair grounds in Springfield. The abreast of my eight skiers. My boat will be pulling 14 tow lines held by my skiers. The outside in my group will swing over and hand one of my extra lines to the approaching skier on one of the other boats. , "Within a short time, the additional skiers will be. added to my line up," Clark continued. I "The extra boats will be used also as pickup boats in case a skier fails. I will appreciate it if other boatowners don't follow and re Pittsburgh 40 43 .482 5H Cincinnati 37 42 Los Angejes ...38 45 ,438 Wednesday Cincinnati at Chicago (2) Philadelphia at Sao Francisco Milwaukee at St Louis (N) PiUsburgb at lp| A^«lei (N) 'Tuesday Results Milwaukee 4, 31. Louis 1 Pittsburgh 6, Las Angejes 9 San Francisco ), Philadelphia Q Only, ganje scheduled Thursday Games Milwaukee at St. Louis Cinpinnati at Chicago Philadelphia at San Francisco Pittsburgh n Log Angeles (N) Bolt is the National Open champion. Recent publicity has made him perhaps the biggest drawing card in the game. It is figured the their games into minor league cities regardless of the consequences. Frick testified before the Senate antimonopoly subcommittee which is weighing House-passed legislation to grant pro baseball, football, basketball and hockey broad exemptions from antitrust laws. George Trautman, head ol the minor leagues, also was called as a witness today. B'rick went over baseball's problems from beginning to end, testifying upon other topics that: 1. Expansion of the major leagues is inevitable. He once thought a third league was the most likely method, but is now convinced that it "will first come as an expansion of the existing leagues." 2. Legislated exemptions are PGA jeopardize the success! of its own championship by putting him on the sidelines. Yet Harold Sargent, the PGA president, said. "If Bolt is suspended, the suspension will take effect immediately. We can't clear him for this tournament and bar him to others." Women's Golf The women of Jerseyville West- main clear of my craft so that the meet| * Jg |or " men and lake Country Club were guests water won't be Joo rough and the wornen interested in conservation| o( tne Allon Women's Golf ass o- skiers won't be endangered." W0l . k . Brooks is helng spons ored ciation « R° ek Spring Tuesday Hope lor Favorable Wither bv the Alton Chanter ol the Oe- a^moon- JerseyvlUe winners for Favorable Weather The women skiers who will par ticipate include &la*y Mc.Mauun, tavern* HaiMWelow, Betty Smalley, Gloria Fuels, 8»UM>y King, Qr«Wfarf|, Norm* M* Vobradrty, Marcto Co/belt, Bafbara Units), iwi> lttrrt«, Jaset lower. GtU Darr, Bulb Berry. Baidy Camp, Betty Norman, Margie and Pale Buckley. Others may participate Ciaj'k said. "Any cither women who are average skiers are invited to par ticipate," Clark said. "Just come there and bjinf your equipment- I may even try to pull more than U skiers. Camera fans are Invited to bring their still and movie cameras." Now i( everyone will keep their lingers crossed so that the weather U tavorahle «jid thfttf are no big by the Alton Chapter ol the De- Moiay. New Finning Lake A five acre lake built by Ctrl Kisenrelub in Fosterburg last year filled and even went over the spill' way. He opened the lake to the public for fishing for a lee on July 1 this year. He nanjed the impoundment Carju^ Lake by taking the lirst three letters of his name and that ol his wife, 4«sjU«e, A picnic area is available there were: Low Gross ham; Low Putts Helen Gra- Dorothy Cled- hill and Dean Hutton (tie). Alton winners were: Low Gross — Blanche Dooley and Norma Nagey (tie); Low Putts — Eleaor Perry. A drawing was held to award prizes to those who could not complete pl#y due to the rain. Drawing winners were Ginger Ga»t of JemeyvlU? and Marie and kiddie* under U are Iree- HoJccmb of Alton. Last week Paul Harris, Bee **•[_-, " Ueki, both of East Allon, aud bur Cherry, Wood River, I»n4ed|| five bass there averaging pounds in a two hour perio using artificial red .worms bait! casting. They also landed several! bluegUl, Eisenreich aid. The Jakef U up to 25 feet deep. necessary to protect baseball against a reversal of Supreme Court rulings that the national pasttime is now immune to the antitrust laws. Altoi^Collinsville Came Postponed The second game of the best two out of (hrc-e playoff games between AlU>n Junior American Legion and Collinsville scheduled lot Tuesday night was postponed due to ram The game has been rescheduled on the Moonlight Diamond on Rt. 40 between Coland Troy at 6 p.m. to- AUTO •TOM*. Heavy Duty Replacement MUFFLERS TAIL PIPES (^ night. Alton won the first game, 4-0. Monday in a game played at Alton. The winner of the playoff terleo will meet Belleville at Belleville in the first game of the District 22 tournament Alton Manager Ray Herron said he plans to pitch Larry Gil leand tonight. AOME K LANES K/MMM lOWUNi Ifc ANYVIMI SHIRT! 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