Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1956 · Page 21
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 103G ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-ONE Head Joins Ro^ewall For Doubles Tourney BROOKLIME, Mass. "JV-Lew i Hoad. Australia's No. 1 tennis 1 player at the ripe old age of 21. feels he Is getting "belter and stronger" as he grows older—but hints that marriage is another factor in his success on the courts. The fu/.z-cheeked blond, accompanied by Jennifer, his pretty young bride of. a year, re.joined his Davis Cup teammates Tuesday after an independent tour of European tournaments. Hoad and Ken Rosewall, top- seeded In the men's division, are scheduled to make their first appearance In the 73th National Doubles Tournament at Longwood today after drawing a first round bye. Ham Richardson and Vic Seixas, America's top doubles RANKEN TRADE SCHOOL New day school term begin* Sept. 4. Evening classes begin Sept. 17. Courses offered In following traden: Air Conditioning Carpentry Tool nnd Die Making Auto Repair Refrigeration Plumbing Auto Body-Fender Welding Arch. Drafting Electricity Mech. DraWnR Electronics Power Plant Oper. Lithography n«Hlo • Television Machine Shop New Student* admitted at any lime, Day Part-Time Instruction Js Available Approved for Vcter,<n Training THE IIAVin RAXKKX. JR. SCHOOL OF MKCHAN1CAL TRADES 4431 Flnney Ave., St. Louis 13. Mo. Navy Begins Grid Practice ANNAPOLIS. Md. fTi— The Nn- vnl Academy foolball team will j grt thp jump on all other college; teams in the nation today \\hon it | tfikrs to Ihr practice field to becin j fall workouts. j The National Collegiate Athletic Assti. rules say preseason practice may begin Sept. 1 or two weeks before the start of classes. With Academy classes opening early— on Sept. 4— the Middies are able to get in their football licks in August. Little League? Near uarterfinal Hound Score Homers, Two-Hits Yankees In 3-0 Victor NKW YORK if) — It was Herb Score the "slugger." not Herb Score (he,pitcher, the Cleveland Indians tonstrri in the locker room '7 It was Score's single in thp second inning that scored the first marker in the ,'!-0 victory. In the until then after relieving loser Don Larsen in the third inning. Score himself didn't know which thrilled him most—the two-hitter or the homer. "Gee, I don't know." he said. "But that home run was mighty goor 1!'' Elston Howard smacked a curve | seventh, the 23-yoar-nld crew-cut j hall for a double, breaking up MOTORCYCLE RACE CRASH AT STATE FAIR—American Motorcycle Association officials run to the aid of four motorcyclists thrown from Ihcir mounts in a skidding collision on a turn at thr Illinois State Fair track during a 10-mile sprint. Although not seriously hurt, the four Mere hospitalized at Springfield. after their budding southpa* ace j blond sent his first ma.ior league | Score's no-hit bid in the eighth, had shut out the New York Yan- i home run bouncing around in the! ^jjckcv Mantle bounced a one-out thai includes two straight shut. outs over the Yankees. kees on two hits Tuesday night. Yankee bullpen "That's R-hittin', kid!" was the most frequent comment. And they weren't just kiddin'. It was a good, solid, first-pitch shot otf left-hander Maury Mr- Dermott, who hadn't given a hit single in the ninth for the only other Yankee hit. Score tops the majors with 19!) strikeouts so far in a 14-7 record "I knew I had a no-hitter incidentally." he said, "and I really praying in this one. I prny in all of them, but I was really praying this time." Knos Slaughter of the Athletics believes he is the first big leaguer to have worn a proter.- live helmet. He experimented with one during spring training in 1939, but claims he didn't wear one in a regular game until 1C46. team sreded No. 2 in the national doubles competition, defeated Hoad and Rosrwall in their only clash this year in the Queen's Tournament at London. But, Hoad shrugged off the loss with the explanation: "It was only (hfcc'sols and we didn't play particularly wrll." A steady rain washed out second day piny of the National Doubles, enabling Hoad to get some rest. into prominence this year to rank among the top 10 in the 126-pound division. They're sharp and serious. Beyond that the resemblance ceases. Their two styles are almost as far apart as the boxers' Pakistan has opened one cement factory, is building another, and plans two more. Berrios Meets Elorde Tonight SAN FRANCISCO Wl—Filipino Flash Elorde and Puerto Rican Miguel Berrios, a pair of speedy featherweights with sharply con- fasting styles, battle tonight in a i whirlwind attack. He'll probably nationally televised 10 - rounder j try to gel in close to his taller foe. from this Republican convention j The match, starting at 8 p.m. city. CST and broadcast and televised Both boxers are 23 and zoomed lover the ABC network. Elorde, who stands 5 feet 6, fights from a classic left handed stance. Berrios. four inches shorter, battles right handed with a \VII.1, 1AMSPORT, Pa. (.f>— Little League baseball finalists today j moved into the \vindup of first round games in the 10th annual Little League World Serins. Six teams were matched for action in the last set of three games to decide which clubs will be in the quarterfinals to begin Thursday. Delaware Twp., N. J., the run- nerup for the 1955 title, kicked off the series Tuesday night by edging Easlchester, N. Y., 9-8 in a game featuring seven home runs. AI a t c h e d today were: Hamtramck. Mich., vs Colton, Calif.; Auburn. Ala., vs Winchester. Mass.. and Upper Darby, Pa., vs Rosweli, N. M. 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