Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1954 · Page 34
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 34

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 22, 1954
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1954 Marquette Kicks Away Chances In 5-4 Loss To Cathedral Explorers Commit 9 Errors to Give Away Loop Game B> LEU BAKER Telegraph Sports Editor. Marquette's Explorers went wild with their Rcn- erosity Wednesday afternoon, turning in almost every i *! L '"" s conceivable mistake in baseball, yet were beaten by ' Nrw """ only a run, 5-4, in a Catholic League game with the Belleville Cathedral Crusaders. Just as though committing NATIONAL II;AC;I;K riuh w i, PH f'iiviniuili Ti '.', ,<\ Phil.'itH. : I w rv.'.'i .c,r,7 fi'.'.'i IUi7 ".71 .(;;'.") Rosen, Doby Break Turley No-Hit Bid Milwaukee .VKI . f.'!) M-;I!S while HIP Sox were mvstificd by Krldie Lripat. The Phils threw fhrir ACMK ALI.KVH Kaffir* 2.51 Wildcats won 3 from BURS. Gas Housr Dane won ?, from | Kaglrs. Hawk.s wnn 2' 2 firsl Kjmio arirl a WAV suit nf ( 1'nrlortakrrs. Fools won '1 from rlolhos in Cinrinnnti. Martatjcr Ed-! Rravrrs. Firrhalls won '1 from Tom Morgan To«scs No-Hitter in Army FORT SfLL. Okla. P — Tom Morgan. Now York Yankee right- handor awaiting his Army dis- chargp. pitchrd a no-hittr-r for tho 11st Group ovrr tho 77th Group in a Fort Sill base-ball t I as ninft errors, at least one in every inning, were not enough, the Explorers turned in some other dandies. Leonard Brunstein, the Marquette-starter, survived the first inning without damase, In Spite of a single and an error by farming Bob Busch to end the inning. The Alton Catholics stepped in to bat in their half of the firs frame for a hot start. Ed W«r dein rifled ft triple off the shin? Of the Cathedral first baseman and Bob Leesort followed with a run-scoring single. Jack Kelly forced Leeson, but was driven home in turn by Ron Wisnasky'f towering triple that the wind pulled away from the left field er. Bub Crowson clubbed a drive over second base that zipper through the center fielder's logs That should have scored Wisrms ky and left Crowson on third, hul .in his haste, the Marquette shortstop missed first base and wa? retired by the alert Cathedral infield. After that the Explorers didn't Ret another hit and only one more runner on base against Ca thedral Pitcher Ray Agnc until the seventh. The left-hander tied up the Explorers in order from the second through the fifth be- 16re Paulie Hayes was safe at first on an error to open the sixth. Nothing came of that chance as Wardein fanned, Lccson forced Hayes and Kelly popped up. Agne, almost in with a 5-2 lead as the Explorers came to bat for the last time, passed Wisnns- ky for his first walk to open the last of the seventh. Cllhrdrtl (M Player AB R It Conley .1 1 | Gledemnn Ztpfel Nleman Votninger Monken Bunch Helflch Tertmco Agne 1 o n inn n n o .t :t 3 .102 4 o n 300 •inn n n i n 1 i MirqnMIr ft) Plu.vrr Ann It :i o n llfl.Vf* WhHlrn Wnrdcln Krli.v Wlsnnsky ('rownon nwlRRlnt, Murphy nnwi*r« Kirnfltm Jim 1 0 n .1 1 I .1 n i .1 i n 2 i i n i l •i n n i n ti i n n i n o 1 (i n 2 n i ;m I Tnlsl« . . Innlnii: Cathedral n n Matquettf 2 0 S R 2 .1 I ;; A n I 2(1 4 * 7 •- II II f. n .1 ft I 2 4 5 n Swift Ron (hereupon stole second to apply n bit of pressure upon the Crusaders and Crowson tightened Hie vise with a double down the left field line, scoring Wisnnsky. .Urn Murphy, batting for Boh Dwiggins, lifted a high foul that Catcher Ron U'gge gathered in for the first out. Jerry Kienstra was scheduler! to hat next but didn't, race up Ir the plate in time. Tom .lun gol there first nnd drove a single to center. Crowson raced home, but Cathedral Kirsl Sucker Stan Voeilinger cut off (he peg to the plate and tossed lo second where Jim was nailed. Oilhedrnl failed lo note Jun's hutting out of turn but that didn't matter too much as Bill Whalen, pinch-hitting for Hayes, lifted a fly lo center for the finnl out, Vocllinger ruined (he Explorers with three hits and three runs, scoring in the third, fourth and sixth innings. Cathedral picked up only one run in the third, despite three errors by the hosts, but put together four singles, a valk, an error and a wild pitch or three tallies in the fourth. The run that eventually clecid- 'd the contest camo in the sixth i:'!i ..VKI :;7;> f.'n .VKI .:;7.i ion :>oo :!.!:! :;7.. .in .:;:;:•, VKSTl;l!l>AVN KKHl I/IS SI. Louis -1. CiiicuiiiMli 'i Piltsliurxli 'i, Ni'w Yorl< 1 fi, I'liilmMpliw .'!. Milumikr-r 7. Chic!i[;o '.\. TODAV'H W:ilKf)t:l,K Nr-w York ill Pittsburgh. Only gnmcs scliflulfil. i 1 , AMKKICAN LEAGUE Cluh Detroit Chicago New York Wiisli'ton Cleveland Phlladcl. Rallimore w W I, I'd .:>71 ..'i7| .r,£, .VKI ! .J71 .li'.'.'i .IdlO o I, nhnd 'ion ... By rifl.fXi.4K AP Sporti Wrilrr Iliilkl Ruli Turlcy m;iy fnrl up •^h'fi In- duln'l pitch HiHl no-hillr-r. : ;iw;| y ln Brooklyn in thr first in- till piti.-hing. in rlrsppratirm otfrrrd ; Knglrs. Crows won 2 from Coon Thr- Ballirmirp Orinlr- (jiirhrr ! nin ^- Thror thrriwing rrrors by Ilif tho nmv suit to tho first hiirlrr to ; Civrkr/s. Crips won 2 /rom Br«r- riirm- «ithin two mil' of h-ilding in fi f 'l f l RMndwichfd hotwrrn fivr ytny Ihn dislanw. Slalry immorlj. ' cms. ihf C I o v n I a nd Indi.-ui': hilU'ss wfl "<s and a singlr Kavr thr Dudg-,al"ly rr-sponrlod with a ninr-inniiiR ! ., rK , j, w If-r.s—\V CJ|| PM) J, '>-\A WH,ios,i;,.vni R hl. II.' W r m nrlM,iRP|. !'•'•« '!"•'•" runs-. Mj-hMiittw. I I/nl.Hrdt Jl'J Pa'rhrr "(11 "' lint; l.r;ilrn '.'. h when Al P.nvrn "hilcy Lockrji;in had a had Slanky wasn't around fur much s ; nglf'rl and Larry Doby. (wir-o a II|K ' )I '" PiltshiirRh. Tlir Giants' ol it. Ho was rhasod in llir> third sirikfout victim, lined .1 high pilch ' ilsl baseman hit a homn run in inning by Umpirr Rill Jackowski .''.HO frnl into HIP right fiold stands '!'" .f ifln irl »inR only to havo it; for making nirlo gosturps aftnr hp- game din Stmiky. moaning over his pili-1 Stinkers. Stiffs won '1 from Patron Riggj 216, Marshall 21."). Gcllhausen 20'.',. Wednesday Nl){ht l,!idie«i Owls Club won '.', from OK Barb- Rald Wodncsday night, from I Only two mpn rparhrd first, on an prror and a walk. Morgan is schpdulrd to rpjoin Today's Pitchers BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL UtAOt'E New York at PitUburgh— Gomtt (0-ti vs. O'Donncll •;)-•). (Only game scheduled I Ihe Yanks in New York Tuesday. AMERtCAV . C'leveland at Baltimore — Oircll ifl-li v». Pillette il-Oi. 'Only game scheduled I Monte Irvln, had called lime. Then in the eighth inning he muffed a pickoff throw from Don f,iddie, .TiOU 7I . U'.l ' j 'I /Wl "!.fKI ::,!.} 1 '1 ,r,.'l AW .'-'»> 1U YKSTKIIDAVS KKStJM'H New York T), Jio.slnn 1. Cleveland 2, Baltimore I. Washington n, Philadelphia 1. TODAY'S HCHKDIJLK Cleveland at Italtiinore. Only game scheduled. Andrews, IMicrli Sri. I- or May 29lh Boiil INDIANAPOLIS /T — Malehing ol Al Andrews of Superior, WIs. and Joe Micell of New York for a 10-round middleweight bout nt the State Fairgrounds Coliseum May- .Ti was announced Tuesrlay night. The boul is .scheduled ' for the ^alurdny night preceding the MOD- lay running of the 500-niile race al Ihe Indianapolis Motor Speedway. II will be carried by the ABC television network. when Vocllinger \vns hit by n .lun pilch, MonkensHcrifiited and Krounder by Buscih went (Ill-outfit Crowson nl. .short to score Voellinger. MniT|uet!e triivels lo St. Louis Friday for n John's. clnlc with St. WESTERN AUTO'S BIG "PAY C'Ev. CASHED FREE." WEEK-END OF SPECIALS of Hnltimorp's Municipal Stadium. "H was ovrr his" Turlpy said. "I If ncvrr .should have swung." Turlpy, fresh out of ilir Army, wasn't around HIP IMS! limp a nv.'inbpr of his Ipam pilclifd a no- hil'Pi. Thai was ia;l May when HIP Oriolps wci'p i'l'l Hi" St. Louis P>ro". ns. Bubo I l'j'l',ni,iii WHS Ihr [ii'ill.iir. ' liobo never pjfcr<r-rl nn»,lhpr com- I ii'lp gain'- lor the Uro*n. u find IIP w;is lost in HIP rninoiM by Die linir Turley shed his khni-.l lasl August. A blond GrcpK god type who Mimrls 0-2 and weighs ?J5, Turlpy lluows liarrlpr than any pitcher •'/ho has hit HIP big time Binr:n Robhy Keller moved from his Iowa farm lo HIP Indian;; The Orioles Inve turned down rush offers of 5>l!iO,OOn for him. Il fin innings I-iKl srason hr struck out fil men, i|p*pj|c> a '2-fi i inning job from one of Ihpir pilcbers and veteran Gerry Slale.y has a new suit of riot lies. • After using '£> pilcliers in six games I his SPMSOII. mmiagpr Kd- die Stnnky proposed a bonus — a free suit for the firsl pitcher lo hurl, and win, a complete game. Staley won (he suit nl Cincinnati Wednesday night, beating the Red- legs, -1-2. It xvjis his third appearance of Ihe season — he lasted Iwo innings In his first starl against Chicago last Saturday and saved a Sunday game against Ihe Cubs for Vic Raschi. The are righthander gave up eight hits against the Redlegs — seven singles and Ted Kluszewski's first home run of the season — and tied a major league record for pitchers with five putouts. The Cards nlso got eight hits, off loser and starter Corky Valentine, Jackie Collum and Art Fowler, including Rip Repulski's disallowed het-niise a base runner, j ing warned to stay within the lines of the coaching box. Warren Spahn, Milwaukee's biggest winner last year, won his sec- <mrl Toby Atwell scampered home ond straight with the help of a from third base with the winning ! Ihree - run homer by Eddie IIIM | Mathews and a two-run blast by Frank Thomas drove in Ihree of J Joe Adcock. Adcock may not be Hie five Pirate runs with a two-onion hand much longer, lie*received lu-iner in the firsl inninfi. }orders Wednesday lo report for an Gerry SI a ley of the Cards won] Army physical May 28. er Shop. I, won ."! from K L Refrigeration Sleeks Insurance. Staley Checks Redlegs, 4-2 ST. LOUIS /P —Al long last the! second homer of Ihe season that SI. Louis Cardinals have a nine-1 opened the game. Sal Yvars. with M'cord, lie has Pinned 2,3 in IS innings Ibis .season. Hob Porlerfidd of the Washing- Ion Senators pitched n Ihrec-hlller against Ihe Phllnd'.'lphia Athletics and his mates sup|v.irterl him with a 13-bit ntlack that produced a 1,'!l victory. New York whipped Hnslon H-l in the only other American League g-\nic. Brooklyn defeated Philadelphia fi-3, Pittsburgh edged the New York Giants 5-1, .">(. Louis beat Cinclnnnli 4-2, and Milwaukee I humped Chicago 7-3 in the Nn- lionnl League. The Yankees used home runs lo ruin young Leo Kiely's return from Ihe Army to the Red .Sox. Yogi Rerrn, Gil McDoijgald mill Mickey Mnntlc pounded Kiely's left-handed slants into Ihe Yankee Stadium USE YOUR CREDIT LOW AS $1.25 WEEKLY 4TH & STATE DIAL 2-0019 ALTON and WOOD RIVER 27 E. FERGUSON DIAL 4-3713 V7130-31-82-68—7345—1602 Special Offer! Casting Outfit Complete! ^95 Reg. 8.95! / Goin 9 after lh« big ones? In. elud.1 5' or 5'/i' Revelation *olid glati eaiting rod, onti. backlash "Game Getter" 100- yd. reel plus rwo spools 12- Ib. test nylon easting line inn lin» Famous Davis Safety Grips 12 95 Top Value 6.00x16 670x15—18 mos $13.02 600xl$—24 mos $15.02 670x15—24 mos 516.02 710x15—24 mos $17.02 J'Jun Tax nnd Old Sale Priced Power Mower Wizard "Junior" Reg. $61.95! Easy mowing at this unbelievable price! I'z-H. P. Clinton engine drives vacuum-lift rotary blade thru tough grass and weeds. Only 32 Ibs. ."'xLo.' Wizard "Super Twin" a double and two-run Single that won the game, and Ray Jahlonski each got Iwo hits for the Rcdhirds. Rookie \Vally Moon, who walked twice, wenl hilless for the firsl time this season while Repulski and .lablonski stretched their .string to seven games, The Cardinals are idle loday. but "pen a three-game set with the Milwaukee Braves in Busch stadium Friday night. Raschi is thr probable Cardinal pitching choice. Schaffners Music won 2 from Try- finer Cleaners. L'f)0 bowlers— Bohart ?OD, Welzer 200. Winners of second half— Tryfin- er Cleaners. Roll-off between Schaffners and Tryfiners next. Wednesday, 7::',0 p.m., to drier- mine league championship. \Vp<lMfS(l:i,v 1 P.AI. Court Srr. Market wnn ?, from Black Ilav^k. Alton Tire Sales won 2 from Alton Seal Cover Schaffncr's won 2 from Noll's. Midlown won 2 from Schlit/. Rus- snll's won 2 from Suncresl. 200 howlers— Todaro 207, Shockley Z'jti, Br-own 202. Koeller 22.3, Defi-atrs 200, Rinehart 202. from SPRINGTIME! IS LAWN TIME! Take The Work Out of Mowing The Five Mrs. won Ordinal* (n Player AH n II j Momi Snhoen'at. Musinl Jnblnnski .1 I I 2 n n 4 1 1 4 1 1 4 1 2 Ca.ttlglione 0 n n Ai.iton 2 n n Yvar» 402 Grammas :i n I Slaley Totals Inning: CnrdinM* Cincinnati 400 Cincinnati rM n.-ill-r AB R II Adams 4 n 1 McMIIInn .1 o n Pnsl i n 0 fowler 000 Bell 400 Klusmvski 4 1 2 CJrpcnRlass 4 0 1 Temple Mcrrlrnfln Bnllp.v Vnlciiline Cnllum 4 I 2 .'t 0 2 .1 I) 0 200 000 o o- n 0 n o 1 o o 32 1 B Tnliils .. .in 2 n I 2 :i 4 .t B 7 A R— R H K innnn:inon 4 H o 00000)100 282 State Basketball Tom •nev Attendance Fell Off in '54 CHICAGO /P—An attendance de- tournament were 5392,67:! crense of 'J5.700 — from 603,700 in' l!)j:! to 578,000 this season — is Al Willis, executive secretary of the 11 ISA, said the drop in' at- shown in incomplete figures for the tendance is explained in part by I lie very bud weather for several nights during regional competition. He said that despite the decrease in Kate receipts Ibis year, more llian $100,000 in bonus money will be returned to the participating schools in the meet. The slate basketball tournament series reported in the May issue of The Illinois Interscholastic. The magazine is Ihe official publication ol the Illinois High School Assn. The attendance is based on the month IOIIR competition through district, regional, sectional and finals. Total receipts from the 1H5-1 meet s, including about 550,000 from the four-day finals nl Champaign, were 5377,000. Receipts at district centers were $,'!(!,•l(il..1,"): at. regional renters. S19!).!>97.03; and :il sectional centers, Siti.'JSR.ll). Radio and television fees netted 59,:i()(). dross receipts from the 1!V>3 CM'Eaglcs Thunder b Full 6-H.P. ICusy Terms. Surging power - ipeed - or inail-paee trolling. Up to 20 mph with o 12-14-ff. b oot | Get full pivot reverse, »afery propeller clutch, other big features! Bike Tire & Tube 2,89 Keg. 9.SO Dovil OtluM suorontMd Pure 2S Keel, (July Weatherproof! Durable! so ft., 2*1115, LM1J6 3 , la Your Choice! 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