Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 30, 1956 · Page 28
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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1956 Braves Defeat Bucs, Burdette Accused Again Pitcher Still Denies Use Of Spitball By KD WILKS The Associated Press "Spit," the word Ted Williams hoisted out of the gutter into $5,000 headlines, now becomes a controversy in the already hectic National League pennant race —• does Lew Burdette use it, or doesn't he while pitching the Milwaukee Braves into championship contention? The second-p lace Brooklyn '•, Dodgers, Cincinnati's third-place ; Redlegs and the fourth-running St. Louis Cardinals have insisted all :'«.;/' along the big righthander throws '*'"the outlawed "spitter". And now ; ? Pittsburgh has taken up the cry. '": Manager Bobby Bragan, pitcher Dick Hall and infielder Dick Cole : bellowed so loud and long in de; mands that the umpires take re•: « peated looks at the ball that they : ••.'., jwere thrown off the bench and (i'f out of Wednesday night's game. |! Tlie umps did investigate the ball, F several times, but kept it in play and Burdette, losing his shutout in •'•... the ninth after a 53-minute rain •V:--delay,-won his 17th 44 on Joe Adi 1 ' cock's tie - breaking three - run i 'i homer. !;'', Burdelte denies the "spitter" v"; charge. But if he does use it and i|H should be caught at it, he would ?!;., face an automatic suspension for ||V 10 days. That could be a killing !j ; slip up for the Braves in their • run for the pennant. At the moment, they're just 1!4 I games ahead of the Dodgers, who ; disposed'of the Chicago Cubs 11-4. Cincinnati is only three games! back after fighting off the New York Giants 4-3. ; Philadelphia and Robin Roberts i outlasted the Cardinals 8-6 in the ' other NL game. In the American, Mickey Mantle made up for a three-run error ••.. with his 46th home run , and a game-winning ninth-inning single as the New York Yankees defeated Kansas City 7-6. Second place Cleveland stayed eight games :j back with a 3-2 decision over Balt- : imore. The Chicago White Sox defeated Washington 9-7 and Bos-'• ton's Red Sox beat Detroit 4-2. .' The Pirates, who rallied to up•; set the Braves Tuesday night, had '' just lour bits off Burdette with ;": two out in the ninth, then got three : : straight singles from Dale Long, •'••••'•• Roberto Clemente and Dick Groat : to tie it at 1-all. t Ed Mathews' 33rd homer, off j, Vernon Law, gave the Braves a ; 1-0 edge in the second inning. In I the nintli, Hank Aaron and j Mathews were on base when Ad: cock unloaded his 34th homer ' against losing reliefer Elroy Face. I Burdette, who struck out five and ; didn't walk a man, has lost eight. i The Dodgers needed no last min- I ute heroics. Roy Campanella, with runs batted in, knocked a two-run double as the Brooks scored five in the first against rookie Don Kaiser, and then smacked his 16th homer with two out in the fifth. Carl Erskine won his 12th, tottering through aa 11- hitter mat included Don Hoak and Gene Baker homers. Duke Snider busted his 37th for the Brooks, lipping his NL lead. Roy McMillan and Johnny Temple, the least robust of the muscular Redlegs, each drove in two runs to beat the Giants and Johnny Antonelli. Art Fowler, relieving Johnny Klippstein when Bill Sarni'i two-run homer tied it 3-all in the fifth, won his 10th with three-hit ball. Roberts, trailing 4-0 after two frames, hung on for his lath victory with a 12-hitter. Del Ennis's three-run^'23rd homer triggered a five-run fifth that did it. Ray Katt homered for the Cards. The A's grabbed a 4-0 lead against 17-game winner Johnny Kucks without a hit in the first, and Ed Robinson's solo homer was the only earned run the A's managed for the game. Joe Collins' pinch homer, and singles by Yogi Berra and Mantle completed a three-run Yankee rally that won it in the ninth for reliefer Tom Morgan. Mantle now is lour games ahead of Babe Ruth's record-60 pace in 1927. A single and sacrifice fly by Vic Wertz scored the tying and winning runs for the Indians with Don Mossi winning his sixth in relief at Baltimore. The White Sox had 14 hits, including five doubles and a triple, hut Jim Wilson just did manage to end his eight-game losing streak with relief help from Kills Kinder when the Senators scorec fcix in the ninth. Wilson, now 12-12, hadn't won one since July 3. He had a three-hitler 'til the ninth. Dick Gernert drove in three runs as Boston's young Tom Brew er won his 17th on the fourth try. Ike Ddock nailed it with two in-j New Coach At Greenfield Injures Heel GREENFIELD — Water Thorpe, new football coach at Greenfield High School, saw his boys for the first time Monday, and it will be quite a spell before he sees them again. Thorpe reported with his boys on the opening day of practice Monday, and after calisthenics set to work with them. While demonstrating the proper way to cut quickly when receiving a pass, Thorpe injured the tendon in his right heel. He was taken to Alton Memorial Hospital, and was to have undergone surgery Wednesday. It is expected that he will remain in the hospital from 10 days to two weeks, and will have to wear a cast for eight or 10 weeks after that. Basketball coach Harry Page is handling the team while the first casualty of the season recuperates, i A number of players from j Wood River, Roxana and Civic 1 Memorial High Schools also suffered minor injuries duing-Dract- ice Wednesday rand were treated at Wood River Township Hospital. Ned Bacheldor of the Oilers reported an injured" ankle, Robert Hobson of Roxana was treated WTM AtLTMC tiftCAT RACKET or NO MAN HAS ALL WAJOft NET Australian, French LOOK* MOftg UIKE PROM, LOOM* *o LAe&e ove/t FOIU&T HILI&. rue Civic Memorial To Play Home Games At Night Casey Doubts Mantle Will Break Record _By_OKLO KOBKRJSOV NEW YORK MV-It Mickey Mantle hits 60 home runs this year of his left elbow. for an injured finger and team-| and maU;h es Babe Ruth's record, mate Robert Nelson an injured j the ^ ost delightfully surprised foot, and Tom Yerkes of Civic j mm wiu be Ws own " manager> Memorial reported for X-rays! .,,,,..,.,,. . ,. 'I don t think he can do it," s*aid Yankee skipper Casey Stengel after Mickey hit No. 46 Wednesday and pulled four games ahead of the pace set by Ruth in 1927. "Don't misunderstand me. ic is a great player but it is asking an awful lot for a youngster :o lead in all departments. And remember that Babe hit 17 homers in September." Mantle currently is leading the American League in batting average, .367 and runs batted in, 117, as well as homers. Only three slayers have won the triple crown since they started keeping RBI records in 1920. Ted Williams did it twice, 1947 and 1942. Lou Gehrig won all three BulldogsDown Cubs 11 To 3 At East Alton EAST ALTON—The Bulldogs, champions of the Midget City League, won their second game of the round robin tournament by defeating the Cubs 11-3 at the playgrounds Tuesday evening. The three runs tallied by the Cubs were unearned. Snider pitched & no-hitter for the Bulldogs with Ballard as his battery mate. Trask and L. Ray were batt.ery mates for the Cubs, who are sponsored by Just Rite Cleaners and managed by .Bob Forshee. In the second gamy, the Great Danes defeated the Bluebirds 4-3, and will play the final game of the series with the Bulldogs Friday evening at the playgrounds. Following the windup of the tournament Friday night, all the boys of the Midget League will be entertained at a watermelon feast, sponsored by the East Alton Playground Association. The league champion Bulldogs are sponsored by the Victory Garden Playground Committee, managed by George Snider, and the Great Danes who will challenge their title are sponsored by the Dog and Suds, managed by George Moore. American Ass'n Denver 9, Charleston 5 St. Paul 8-8, Wichita 7-5 (1st, 12 innings) Indianapolis 10, Louisville 8 (10 innings) Omaha 12, Minneapolis 4 titles in 1934 and Jimmy Foxx did it in 1933. Mickey also leads the league in total bases with 340, extra bases with 70 and slugging percentage with .737. In addition to his homers he has hit 19 doubles and 5 triples. Stengel believes it'll be easier for Mickey to win the batting title than to catch Ruth's record. "You don't have to swing too hard just figure on getting hits," he said. "And from now on you can be sure the pitchers aren't going to give my boy any the best of it." Br THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching: Art Fowler, Redlegs—Came on in relief after Giants had tied score at 3-all with none out in fourth inning and gave only three hits rest of the way for 4-3 victory that kept Cincinnati close in pennant race. Hitting: Mickey Mantle, .Yankees — Hit his 46th home run and two singles, the last driving in the winning run in a three-run ninth that defeated Athletics 7-6. Panthers To Play As Independents In 1956 nings ol hitiess, three-strikeout re- j lief. 11% Hoeft lost his 12th, Three I League JERSEYVILLE.-S i z e and youth will be riding for Jerseyville when the Panthers open their football season against Carrollton at home Sept, 4. After dominating the Illinois Valley Conference picture for the past several years, Coach Joe Jurkanin's team will be playing as an independent team for the first time this'season. Jerseyville last year shared the conference championship with Pittsfield with six victories and a tie each. The tie game was against Pittsfield. Overall, the Panthers won six, lost one and tied two. Fullback Les Weller and halfbacks John Allen, Al Perclun and Rod Delp were lost Ijy graduation, but returning to the backfield are lettermen Bill Watts and Richard Murray, halfbacks, Stan Sinclair, quarterback, and Doug Andersion, halfback-full back. IB* ?, Kepkuk 5 (called *ft»r «v« imungs, «»n) Vftteftae r, Ctetiw R*pid» ;' Hui!u*tofl6, Returning line in t- n include Frank Yoconi and Paul Deveiv ing, tackles, Greg Geil and Clayton Lurton, guards, Bob Lurton, end, and Phil Munsterrnan, line' backer. Randy Yoconi, backtield man who would have helped the te«m this season, was killed in a mo- toi'cycle accident during the sum- mer. ; Linemen lost from last year's squad are Richard Watt, Dick Brooks, John Kuebrich, Richard Harlow, Larry Woolsey, Larry Barry, Ted Groppel and Loren Isringhausen. A number of non-lettermen are also expected to play a part in the Panther picture this year. They include speedy halfbacks Jack Maholland, a junior, and Carl Crawford, a sophomore. Other backs who are expected to bolster Ferguson, the squad are Morris Clross, Ron Jim Jacksonville, Gillespie Win In Class B State Tourney .500 13 l /i .48016 .42523 .40725 .400 26 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. GB Milwaukee ..... 76 49 .608 Brooklyn ...... 74 50 Cincinnati ..... 74 53 St. Louis ....... 63 63 Philadelphia ... 59 64 Pittsburgh ..... 54 73 New York ..... 50 73 Chicago ....... 50 75 Thursday Schedule Pittsburgh, at Milwaukee Brooklyn at Chicago Only games scheduled Wednesday Results Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 1 Brooklyn 11, Chicago 4 Cincinnati 4, New York 3 Philadelphia 8, St. Louis 6 Friday Schedule St. Louis at Milwaukee (2) (N) Brooklyn at New York (N) Chicago at Cincinnati (N) Philadelphia -at Pittsburgh (N) AMERICAN LEAGUE New York Cleveland W. L. 82 46 72 52 Pet. GB .641 .581 8 .557 11 .544 .48420 .448 .416 28 .328 39 Chicago 69 55 Boston 68 57 Detroit ; 61 65 Baltimore 56 69 Washington .... 52 73 Kansas City ... 41 84 " Thursday Schedule No games scheduled Wednesday Results New York 7, Kansas City 6 Cleveland 3, Baltimore 2 Chicago 9, Washington 7 Boston 4, Detroit 2 Friday Schedule Cleveland at Chicago (2) (twi- night) New York at Washington (N) Baltimore at Boston (N) Kansas City at Detroit (N) Corkball Teams In Tie Again The Blackhawks and Gale's Service may play right through the winter, but they are determined to continue until one ol them becomes second round titl- ist in the Corkball League. For the second time WedneS' day night they played to a 0-0 tie in 10 innings, before the game was called because of darkness, as it was last .week. The two teams ended the second round schedule in a tie for first place, and will try again next Tuesday night to complete the playoff game with one team coming out on top. BJaokbawki (6) Player AB H Brandttettcr 8 0 J. Losch 7 1 P.Cambron 7 1 3 0 3 0 7 3 821 Taylor Huber F.Loach Eastern Gule'i Svc. (0) Player AB H 9 9 6 8 1 3 1 S 1 Gal* Dunn Rayburn Hallo Tackwell Schmidt Naughton « 2 3 0 Totals 33 5 INNING: Blackhawkt Cale'a Service Day, Steve White and Don Skinner. Working for line spots will be Dennis East and Paul Isringhausen, center, Ted Willis and Bruce DeCourcy, guard, and Everett Morris and Dennis Ferguson, end. Dale Daugherty is assisting Jurkanin with the squad this season. All home games will start at' Walloon 8 p.m. LaPayclte Clinton Kokomo Decatur Paris Dubuque Totals ....4413 123 456 709 10 000 000 000 0— 0 000 000 000 0— 0 Midwest League By THE AShOLIAltU (First) Michigan City Mattoon (Second) Michigan City 11 Letter men Returning To Eagle Squad BETHALTO — The Civic Memorial Eagles will join the nighl- lifers this season, but only on game nights. Lights have been installed on the field behind the high school, Cards Blow Lead, Bow To Roberts, Phils, 8-6 and Coach Eagyes will Vallie Robinson's play their homo ST. LOUIS W) — The St. Louis Cardinals have batted Philadelphia Phillies ace Robin Roberts rather freely this season, but have j nothing better than a 2-2 record against him to show for it. Thn Rcdbirds have knocked Roberts out twice in five games and tagged him for 12 hits and six games on Friday nights for thcj runs Wednesday night, but blew a first time since the school start- 4-0 lew) and lost 8-6 as the Phillies ed its football program in 1952. i clubbed four Cardinal pitchers forf knocked out in the third. The one exception will bo the 114 hits. homecoming game against Mad- < For , hc season> Roberts, 'now ison. which will be played on Sat- j ls . lr>i had a bulging 5.82 earned drday afternoon, Oct. 13. The Eagles open the 1956 season at Wood River Sept. 14, and the first run average against St. Louis. He allowod them 22 runs in 34 innings. The victory gave the Phils a sweep of a two-game series and lights will shine on the home game against Cahokia the I movcla thcm witl "j n 2 i,i games of following Friday night. | the Carcis in the fourth p | ace bat . The Eagles compiled a 5-3 record last season, holding their o p p o e n t scoreless in five games. With a good part of last season's starters returning, Robinson's big problem will be finding some ends. Returning lettermen on the lie. It also assured them of the season's series — they've won 12 of 21 with one game left. St. Louis closed its home season against the four Eastern clubs with a winning record for the first time in recent years. Overall it was 23 won, 21 lost. The Cards line are Dave Kassing, Jerry were 9-2 over (lie Giants and 7-4 gles. Catcher Ray Katt hit a two-run homer and two doubles, driving in three of the Cardinal runs. Wally Moon and Whitey Lockman had two hits apiece and Stan Musial drove in two runs. A fivc-nm fifth inning rally off Jackie Collum and loser Bob Blaylock put the Phillies ahead 7-5. Muny Dickson started but was Standings Of Record Seekers By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees—46 (four games ahead of Babe Ruth's pace of 1927 when he hit GO). Cincinnati Redlegs—189 (major league team record is 221 set by New York Giants in 1947). New York Yankees—164 (AL team record is 182 set by Yankees jiue me -L/civf r\ti!>Miig, uirii y »vtii; ,r-* \j\n tuc VJICTUI.-, emu ' * i ji) 14.J6) Pelan and Jim Elliott, tckles. I over the Pirates. They lost to! N a jj olia i League—.1.010 (record' Aragon look T»_I_ T> i T--.-.- -»r-._,_. _ . ..., n. u .~)..l.... oo ..»,) J., n »..* n ~) T ^t -11 i tin-lit tontup Aragon Gets Disputed Win Over Andrade LOS ANGELES P - Writer- weight boxer Art (Golden Boy) Aragon of Los Angeles, no stranger to controversy, was In th« middle of another one today. ThB highlights: He held a disputed ninth round technical knockout over lightweight Cisco Andrade, whom h« outweighed by 7^ pounds, 144^4 to 137. Referee Abe Roth stood suspended by the state Athletic Commission until he explains what many feel was a premature stop of the fight. Aragon's share of the estimated $95,100 purse was held up becaus* he insisted on using too much col- lodion—protection for hi« eyebrows. Some 14,000 hometown fana gathered in Wrigley Field Wednesday night to see the fireworks. In the eighth and ninth Aragon knocked Andrade down. He got up both times a) the count of nine. Andrnde offered his gloves to the referee^to he wiped off in th« ninth. Abruptly Roth stepped back, turned and hoisted Aragon's arm in victory. It was the first time Andrade had boon stopped in 37 fights. A small riot ensued. Roth explained to astonished boxing writers that he had Cisco behind by five points going into the ninth and was afraid he'd get seriously hurt. Andrade, who had made GODFREY — Jacksonville State Hospital trimmed South' Side Christian of Springfield, 7-1, and Sadie's of Gillespie dumped Danks-Oliver-Edgewood, 10-4, in opening games of the ASA Class B state finals tournament here Wednesday night. Carrollton KG meets National Guard of Springfield and the Wood River VFW, entered as defending champions, face the Altamont Hodson Oilers in first round games tonight. Rain caused a 45-minute delay Wednesday night, but then let up and the games continued without mishap. Jacksonville's McNely twirled a one-hitter in stopping the Springfield team. The lone safety was a triple by Dick Scaife in the fifth, with the runner scoring on an error. Mitchell paced the Jacksonville batters with two hits, a home run in the sixth and a single. Furlong and McNely each chipped in a double and a single in the 10-hit attack. The winners sewed it up with four runs in the seventh. Weaver received credit for the Gillespie win, aided by four Edgewood errors. Smith's single, Keek's double, an error and a fielders' choice gave Sadie's two runs in the first frame, and P. Ruffner opened the Edgewood half of the inning with a homer. B. Davis scored on Whittaker's triple in the second, and Whittaker scored on P. Ruffner's second straight hit, a single, to give Edgewood a 3-2 lead. Each team scored once in the third, but Gillespie broke it open with three runs on one hit in the fourth. The winners scored once more in the fifth then moved out of reach with three more in the seventh. ed (4) Player AB H H P.Huffner 312 Hanklns 400 Endel'ck 400 Masnnrd 110 Monet t 100 R.Davis 300 G.Ruffner 301 B.Davis 210 Whittaker 312 Totals 2610 7 Totals 24 4 5 INNING: 123436 7—H H E Gillespie 2 0 1 3 1 0 3 10 7 2 Edgewood 1210000 4 5 4 an) Player AB R H Viana Smith Keck Borgini Zanter Ladanie Hubert Weaver 410 231 321 4 1 2 3 0 1 211 ZOO 400 Player AB R H Dickaon 300 W.McC'ty 3 0 0 Ed'on 3 0 0 B.McCarty 200 Jacksonville (7) Player ABRH Bartell Scaife Wiggens Little Birdwell Vas'elles Lees Beet 100 3 1 1 200 200 200 100 000 000 22 1 1 Lair Fortato Hovey DeGroot Heaton Furlong Mitchell Lewis McNely 210 402 210 412 :i 1 o 312 4 1 2 400 312 Total* S»tb Side (1) Totals 29 710 INNING: 123456 7—R H E Jacksonville 1000114 7101 South Side 0000100 111 Bob Bond, Dan Hudgins and Bob Howa'rd, guards and center Terry Hubbs. Backfield men returning are Mike Mead at quarterback, Junior White and Ron Autrey at halfback and Dave Cain at fullback. Halfback Jerry Dale, who showed promise as a sophomore last year, suffered a hand injury during the summer, and it is questionable whether he will play at all this year. Gone from last years team are the starting halfback com- j bination of Don Eaton and Ron | E v e a n s, quarterback Willard Wallace, ends Gerald Bourland and Phil Grable, tackles Charlie Pelan and Earl Campbell, guard Ralph Ebelen and center Roger Martin, Battling for the end berths are Don Virgin. Harold Morrow, seniors; Jack Byers, Bill Landers, juniors; and Bill Cutter and Dave Ahlmeyer, sophomores. Help is also expected from a number of last year's squad members who did not letter. Among them are baekfield men Joe Haar. a junior, who was hurt in the third game of the season and sat out the rest of the campaign, Gerald Davis, Ed Rothe, Richard Zimmerman and Bob Nappier. •< • Working for line assignments; are tackle Harold Lassiter, guards Richard Sandbach and H. Turner, and center Tom Yerkes. AU home night games will start at 8 p. m. with the Madison game slated for a 2 o'clock opening. CIVIC MEMORIAL EAGLES Coach Villle Reblnson Sept. 14, Wood River, away. Sept. 21, Cahokla, home.' Sept. 29, Highland, away.* Oct. 5, Herculaneum, Mo., home. Oct. 13, Madison, home.* Oct. 19, Southwestern, home • Oct. 27, Western M. A., away. Nov. 2. Roxana, away.* Nov. 9, Dupo, home.* • Conference game. Coaches Named Al C. M. High BETHALTO — Coaching assignments at Civic Memorial High School for 1956-57 were announced Wednesday by Wilbur R. Trimpe, Unit 8 superintendent of schools. They are as follows: football, Vallie Robinson, head coach and Lewis Mauser, assistanl; cross country, John Logan; basketball, John lx)gan, head coach, and Don Simpson, assistanl; track, John Logan; and baseball, Vallie Robinson. Ted Struckman will coach all sports at the new Bethallo Jun- i| ior High. Brooklyn 3-8 and dropped 7 of 11 games with the Phils. is U'63 set in 1955). American League—883 (record | silly most of th« nore da/ed by ' Roth's decision than by Aragon'i Del Ennis slammed his 23rd j js 9;57 sct in ]950)homer, a double, single and a sacrifice fly to lead the Phillies allack with three runs batted in. Ex-Cardinal Solly Hemus had three sin- Los Angeles—Art Aragon, 144 1 a, Los Angeles, stopped Cisco Andrade, 137, Compton, Calif., 9. punches. Judge Dynahilte Jackson had Aragon in front by only two poinls. The other judge, Tommy Hart, had Andrade in front by six points. LABOR DAY SPECIALS St. Louis Wins Sectional Title In Legion Ball BLOOMINGTON, 111. 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