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THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1954 Major Lraguc Stars Rv Thp AHwrlntfd Prrw Pitching—Boh Porter-field. Uash- 1 i-Tcton Senator*, checked the Phlla- ri<-iphla Athletic.* on three hits for hl^ fust Virtory l.'M Hitting — Larry IVihv Cleveland Indians, hit a ninth "ining home i UP with Al Rnsen on base to beat Baltimore 2-1. • ' Fight Hewit POLLEN TIME IS HERE AGAIN! ALTON E\-ENING TELEGRAPH in College — PAGE MITCHELL ROOM AIR CONDITIONER With a Mitchpll you get (wice Micro-filterod, pollen-free air Even the smallest particles of dust and pollen (hat normally escape through ordinary filters are trapped and eliminated by the Mitchell special large viscous coated filter Like thousands of other satisfied MiU-hell users you will eniov x^, IL ,, a u d T' 0 * thp VMr >round - Remember, too Mitchell has all the other comfort features that make it your best buy. It Cools for maximum summer comfort • Nite-Cools on just moderately warm days (and nights) Heats on chilly days • Dehumidifies • Ventilates • Circulates • and Exhfliwks. Therp's a Mitchell that's just right for air conditioning your room. TOO HOG Prices* lew at ^' ' Ub!) PHONE 3-3131 just ngi 229 ! WELLS TIRE COMPANY 83S K. Broadway — Alton — Phoim 3-3181 ;• Wells-Schmidt Tire Sales I 301 E. ForKUfson, Wood River, phono 4-8828 | NK\V YOKK sports, especially football, are to maintain their proper place in the educational scheme, it's up to the coaches to educate thcmselvejt and the public to a now standard ot sportsmanship. That message \\ns delivered \\ednesday night to thr American dutv to lead thr vvnv to thr highest level of spoil stnan^l up "F'nrthcr. wo must odurale not I.AS VKi'.AS \cv ?_The $V> - and pta.xing I'humpions cets underway today. i<nly those fi nil ball. Imt newspaper, rndio television men. who have such a ' IS other name . iireiit infhienrr. to eduente the pub »' the $10.000 top pri/r. «s to what is rislu «nd wluit ! t ~~ inera of A major open tournament was runner-up I m the pa« yrftr. th* MR money Snenrf was insrtalled n 7-2 betting There were two other em favorite. Tht.i stem* from his vie- for the event Ben Hiwan «nrf t, ; ry in the recent Masters in a! Worsham. Ho OT n **?«* Ilst'lnTl Playoff with Ren Slogan, one on his curtailed toorwin Besselink. of course, is hack, schedule. PGA officials said Worshart ij& afked hy his home dtrt> at Oakmont, of t Tsrrlson. DOUR Ford. Karl .. . . ihr f.nored Sam Snead and Strwnrt . Ir . Tw , Kroll . Bob Toskii ' (porky) Ollvpr king Gpn(1 ,,„„„ The ,i'.hol«> event. Inaugurated Douglas. Fred Wampler. Art Wall' - am " tmir commitments. A! Foot, rode the wfrmertl ft hy ,»,„ j (Jeni-ge Munser. president of the t» American Football Conches As sociatlon. Munger. who retired as University of Pennsylvania football coach after the 1953 season, chosr "Ethics for Coaches" as his topic In a round table discussion. The AFCA code of p I h I c «. adopted In 19M, and the expanded "football rode" which precedes the official rules, are steps in the right direction. Monger snid. The rode of ethics u/is n lively topic during the AFCA meeting last January when coaches and fans still were debating the propriety of Notre Dame's "fainting Irish" ruse to stop the clock during n game. At that time, the conches j^reer) it was impossible to make the rules so they couldn't be beaten, I but asked the rules committee lo BALTIMORE /T—The belief that! reached out and slapped It. There in ?J uc1c M KwA injuries and "suck- another Boh Keller is on lh<? base-1 was another pitch right where I pr " sllifls " x ""^sl'-able practices, ball scene in Bob Turley of the 1 wanted it." Baltimore Orioles sprcud consider-, Turley guessed Ihat he "didn't ably Wednesday night. throw a do/en pitches" that Turley stood the Cleveland Intli- ; weren't plain ffist balls. "That mis on their heads for eight and tost one WHS just sailing and sail- one innings. Ho did it the way", ing," he snid. L*?*. E *- x "" . - v - • * "*•« HI«UH\Ufiit-u L/UUKIHR, r rpn wmnpipr, Mn vvnt *n Assoemtion for Health. Physio*] " «™R ~ «"«« " «"M.1 fontlxul ),,st ,ve»r and won by „ Intent. Jr.. Shellev Mayfield. Walter Bur-1 four *teepl P eh«* C "«takHl rmtm. mr£,!™v m |o U™*1™ ~~ *h? «ns»,,,ismanllKr." Al Uesselink. i* restricted to win-1kemo and Chandler Harper, who! the 1953 Belmont Park meSK GIANTS' BIG MAX—Johnny AntonclH, thp Giants' big hope in thoSr comeback campaign, shmv* his sotith- natv form at Phornix, Arl/,., training camp.— NEA. Bob Tiirlcv Stirring Talk » ~ Of Being 'Another Feller' Shop Monday tut Friday Nlfhli TIN 9 P.M.! ALLSTATE COMPOUNDED MOTOR OIL Costs Less in Larger Quantities Munger declared Wednesday: "The coach can set the moral tone not only for his players hut also the fans. It Is the coach's Keller used to for Cleveland, hy whamming (lie hall past bailers. It had struck out Doliy twice before the homer. In the fourth, StengelNamed Maroons Top Wood River's Net Team, 4-1 WOOD nrVKR _ Belleville Township High's tennis team racked up a 4-1 victory over the Wood River Oilers here Wednesday afternoon, losing only the No. t singles match. Marshall Muggins of Wood River gained the Oilers' lone wiii by outballling Don Wiehl, 9-7, 9-7. Iii the other singles, Roger Wilbur put up a lengthy struggle before bowing lo Boh Cruikshank, 8-6, 3-6, 6-4, but Belevlllc's Bob Cravvley disposed of Mike Mitchell deftly, 6-2, 6-3, in the third singles match. • ~ •*— — .....OVV..T iiit.il annij^ni pcnnani win the game." -, M d World Series triumph lust SCR- . Bf>l ' PVlilp s ''°''frf •'« -weep of He had no excuses. son was announced today by Will i hc doul)les ns Dil -'l< Cunning- At the start of the ninth, he said Harridge league president m nnrl A1 S( '»roeder outla.sl- he decided that "if I'm going to Wal'ter Alston 'successor to' <lack IlB " and Eu K°» c K °l)l- losr, It's going to be with my stuff: Charley Dressen of the Brooklyn' nilllor - r '' 7 ' ^' M < Bncl ">c Dlt.'k and my best is a fast ball. I Dodgers, was chosen weeks aco to! J; ;vans - c;oo W Bmvmnn com* nilr«li I^r-iK** \i\t ,.,***. _ itiii- ! j;. ....... ** hinnfinn li-\n»-\n/4 '1*^.^-* The 23-year-old tall and broad ! Turlr - v slu '\vcd his complete con righthander blew down 14 batters ri(lr "^ in It. The bases were on strikes and all of them without ll " lrft>(1 . two out and the count was a hit up. to the last two outs. It •'••' "« Ooorge Strickland. "So I was for nilught as when Al Rosen J ust ''fared back and lei her go." singled and Larry Doby homered Two strikes wr'iit by Strickland, for a 'J-1 victory. But the future loomed larKo for the nalivo ot Troy, ill. The 14 strikeouts wore only four less than Feller's American' Aimtlr TTficksl League record set eight years ago • r "- tA Old 1 Jil «tl on Oct. 2 against Detroit. II gives I CHICAGO JP—Casey Stengel of Turloy 2:>, strikeouts in 18 innings, i the New York Yankees will trv ihc other nine coming last Thurs- ; for his first managerlnl triumph day m a ::-! victory over Chicago, i In five straight All-Slar games in Turley probably \yas less con- baseball's 21st mid-summer das- rerned about being deprived of a .sic at Cleveland July 13 no-hitler than any of the 43.M3 Stengel's a c c e pt an c e of the wild fans. Afterward in pajamas American team's All-Star reins at home, he said "I wasn't worry- automatically t o 1 1 o w i njf his mg about the no-hit, I just wanted: Yankees' fifth straight pennant , lld World Series triumph last ' '" ' -' *--"'«f,i. * .T, »>nrt v;iiUM'M \VC*t" 1 K.S flEO (O i i_ • T he pitch Doby hit was a little ! direct the National Leacue All blnntlon lo PI' ed T °"1 Gaboon higher than I wanted, it was!Stars. " almost over his head, but I'd been | Against the combined talent o pitching up high all the game to the National League, Stengel him. "Rosen hit another high fast one, ajiltle way from him. He managed American League All Stars have been beaten fou straight years. CLARK K t w the Most powerful gasoli in Alton CLARK'wlls^ust one grade-of gasotfne-*- high test Ethyl- Every drop of CLARK SUPER'lOO [5 fortified-mth the power boosting additive TTP! You'onnot buy a finer quaUty, better performing * e,— at any price! 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So Jones leaves with his pockets lined with green stuff lo take care of tho little Jones kids and momma, and prospects of a big outdoor fight in June, Jones, who weighed Ifxlli, ended :he light at 1:12 of the final round. He caught the onrushlng Phlladel-, phia Negro with a right hand to he chin and drove a solid left to he body. Turner sagged, fell Into: he ropes as Jones smashed him with both hands. Blood streamed ') om a cut above Tumor's left eyo. , He lurched across tho ring and al- j most fell through the ropes as ref-; eree Zack ' Clayton stopped the fight. Jones was ahead on all the of- icial cards and the Associated Press score sheet when the end came. The 23-year-old Turner, weighing l52'/» pounds, suffered his sixth de- teat against 42 victories and it was only the second time he has been stopped. Kid Gavilan did it in a welterweight title bout two years •go. 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