Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1954 · Page 12
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PAGE fWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, AHUL 27, 19S4 WINNING COMBINATION — DetJy Long (left) tupped the single that brought home Bob Hewitt (right) with the run that beat Bellevilk 6-5, In the eighth liming of a thriller Monday at Riverside park lack Efwln photo. ] Shells Come Back To Drop Flyers' In Extra Frlames GREENVILLE Shells battled frqm behind to tie GteettvUle's Flyers In the seven, th inning, then won in the ninth, 4-3 after two extra Innings here Monday. • • A double by Bob IUckle and a single by Terry Wrest gave Coach Bob Cargill's Shells a shortlived 1-0 lead in the sixth. Greenville cancelled out the edge in the last of the sixth on an error, Del Maroon's triple, singles by Mills and McKoan, and a passed ball to go in front, 34. Roxana came right back to tie the score in the top of the seventh as Bob Janssen and J. S. Freeman singled, Lou Shaver's grounder bounced off the Green- vttle shortstop to bring In Janssen and Freeman scored on a passed'ball. Ip the ninth, with two away Freeman blasted a triple, then passed hall. Charlie Morj?«n, who took over the Roxana p Terry Cashen cd Greenville 1 ! came home a of Ihe ninth, trouble by re fly to center second time on a tchlng duties from In the sixth, walk* Brown and Clntbis with one nwiy in the bottom to end the gijime. ROHKIH (4) Player AB H McClellnnd .1 D Freeman Shaver 2 2 8 0 B.Witktni 3 0 HIcKle Wri-Ht d.Watkln* 4 1 4 4 Dtckemon 2 fl Howoll Janmen Arnold Caihon Morgan Terry 2 0 2 1 2 0 i n a o o o but got out of iring .Maroon on a and fanned Haas Orfiftivlllt (A) Player AB R H Brown ClnthH Maroon linn. Mill! McKenn Lomtm Osborne Bone Parker 400 a i i f> i i (I 0 4 1 4 0 4 0 n 0 0 300 Total* . ,39 Inning; Roxani Greenville 410 Tol«l« . .37 3 D 123 4M 7HD—RHE 000 001 201 4 10 4 000 003 000 3 0 2 Screwball Baseball Season # findtMajors in Confusion By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS This looks like one screwball baseball season. ''Ransom Jackson hits like the late Shoeless Joe Jackson. The Nejw York Giants win three straight shutouts, Cleveland benches a .419-hJtting first baseman. The New,York Yankees bat a sour .220 while the Chicago Cubs slug at .326. Rookies Wally Moon of the St. Louis Cards and Bill Tuttle of Detroit ride in the .400-plus stratosphere. The Chicago White Sox come East in first place, winning seven 'of ; .their last eight and rea.dy to take advantage of the Yankees' spotty spring form, ;Paul Richards,' who has contended all along that ''the Yanks can be beaten," lists a former Yankee, Don Johnson^ to open in Yankee Stadium today. With Nellie Fox and Johnny Groth among the top 10 hitters, Ferris Fain tops in runs batted in and Grady Hatton relieving Minnie Minoso of his third- base chores, the Sox look like a formidable challenger. The Yanks haven't been able to hit any Idnd of pitching. Detroit, a real surprise in the tfirst two weeks, opens its first trip in Philadelphia, where the "new look" A's a usual. Tuttle, ter fielder, if The East w Cleveland's s first to make Rogalado, Th sent Bill Gly The Indians < against the been hurt ba Mel Parnell, linm's broken collarbone. Baltimore Mays at Washington pear tougher than :he Tigers', new cen- off to a fine start. 1 Watch with interest 'itch of Al Rosen to oom for rookie Rudy e movo, of course, n .419 to the bench. >en in Boston today cd Sox, who have ly by the injury to following Ted Wll- tonight. Bob two - hitter last start, is night at St. Turley, who lost a to Cleveland in his lated to pitch against the Senators, Brooklyn gt>cs West, opening to- Louis, with a half- game •lead. Ruben Goijnej:, knocked out in his first tw > starts, will try to extend the siring of sh waukee agaiist Bob Buhl. The Phillies, who haven't scored a run since at Chicago, ting .500, D Baker and 1 Pittsburgh Hardship Discharge By Billy Martin L Opposed New York Giants' louts to lour at Mil- ast Wednesday, open vhcro Jackson is hlt- Fondy .357, Gene ank Sauer each .353. still in the cellar, goes into Cincinnati for a nighl game. Request FORT OHD, Calif, ff -Army Pvt. Billy Martin, seeking a hardship discharge, is encountering opposition from his sports loving commanding genera), MaJ. Gen. Robert McClure told a news conference Monday he is recommending that the New York Yankee star second baseman's discharge request be denied. McClure said Martin's name is among those being forwarded to Washington Saturday for reassign-, ment, possibly overseas. Said McClure: "Martin came to camp driving a baby blue Cadillac. Anyone with a car like that can't be broke." Put Martin, who got out of the Army after five months' service in 3952 on similar grounds, told a different story. The 1953 World Series star said money earned in past years was "not so much and it's all gone." - As a private, he gets 580 a month and $135 a month for dependants. Hf said in addition to supporting to* fl^thsr, Ulster ajid stepfather w.uuwt ** by court order — pay fl#? a juonth to his estranged wife tat hereelf and their infant daughter. McClwe said the final decision or. Martin's application will be WJMie fey 6th Army headquarters in San Francisco. <3wrge« that be and Fort Ord ---- Ord footbul ceded lie haii retained athletes here after they finished basic training. AH-Amorha fullback Ollle Matson, for exanple, sparked the Fort team to a rwcoi-d 11 victories wth losses only lo the professional Los Angeles Rams and Ihe San Francisco -19ers. "But Martin Is too hot,' the general said. "What would people say if I let hin play ball - a $25,000 a year professional." Told of McClure's remark, Martin said: "I sure wish the general was the Yankee general manager if he thinks I'm worth that much. 1 ' Mob Attacks Fighter Who Fouled Opponent HOLYOKE. Mass, jf -Police had to rescue a New York fighter igr/ mob that swartm-d alley Arena ring Mon- Tesiier an a into the \ day night. I About ] Howard landed so Gerry Mass. .Sa knocked c j Tessier Irounder o ! New YD, defeated V opening round-robj Alton Tops Bfelleville In Extra Inning, 6-5 Sports Sked ringsidors allwked aligny, 158, after he eral low blows against iier. 163, of Springfield, gny was battered and iwn by spectators, von the scheduled six- a disqualification. c — Tony Traberi easily c Soixas, 6-2, 6-4, in the alch of Ihe national lemxis nASF:RAI.L. Roxnna al Wood lvfr. 4: UvinRKlon at Civic Mf-morial. 4; M^rry (St. fxniisi flf MarqiiPttp, 3:45. TRACK-Allon, \Vi>strrn Mill- tnry Academy and Roxana at Wood Rivrr quadrangular (junior and senior division), 8:45. TKNNIS- Roxana at Greon- vlllp, 4; Wood River at Kast St. Louis, 4, r'.OI.F — Shnrllcff at Illinois State Normal, 1. WEDNESDAY BASEBALL-VVrstern Military Academy at Roxana, 4. GOLF-WeatMTt Military Academy at Belleville, 4. Wood River Quadrangular Host Tonight WOOD nrVP;f? - Four of the local arc's top schools clash tonight In a big quadrangular track meet as tho Wood River Oijcrs play ho«l to Alton. Western Military Academy and Kox- ann. Starting lime at MemoHnl Field will lie 6:45. Twenly-slx events are scheduled In senior and junior division competition. Oiler Netters Defeated, 4-1 , By Collins ville CmLINSVILLK - Mike Mil- c.hell carried off Wood River's only win us Kir Oiler tennis team absorbed n 4-1 loss against Col- llnsvlllf- Knboks here Monday, Mitchell topped Marvin Wendler, 6-2, 6-4, in the No. 3 singles match. Tenm mates RoRer Wll- btn- lost to Jim Shanklln, 4-6, ti-3, 6-4, find Robert Awe lost lo Jack MnWhlrlcr, 6-0, 6-0, In the other Ivvo slnRles.. In doubles Jack Mall nnd Ku- gone KohlmiUtr put up a battle before losing to Bob Sudbring and Jack Sullivan, 2-6, 6-4, 7-5, but team males Tom Cahoon and Johii Uzzell went down quickly against Boh Palmer and Angclo Perfctll, G-0, 6-3. The Oilers are at East St. Louis today al 4 o'clock In their last match before the district meet this weekend at Belleville. Doubles Play Lifts Roxana Past Granite ROXANA — Superiority In doubles play gave the Roxana Shells a 3-2 tens win over Granite City here Monday afternoon. Jim Walker salvaged Roxana's only singles triumph, defeating Don McRaven, 6-1, 6-3. Granite swept the other singles matches as Jerry Grucn topped Bill Rob- orson, 6-2, 6-3, and Phil Con- reau.x won over Terry Durham, 5-7, 6-2, 6-3. In doubles, however, the Shells scored a clean sweep as Hill Hunter and Larry Franklin clipped Phil Thels and Ronald King, 6-3, 0-2, while Mack Weiss and Clint Lollev knocked off Ronald Underwood and Eddie Jackson, 8-6, 6-"!. Today tbe Shells travel to Greenville for 4 o'clock matches in their final warm-up before defending their district tennis title this weekend nl Belleville. X-Rays Show Cumpanella's Hand Broken ST. LOUIS A' —Roy Campanclla, who has caught all 11 games for Hie Brooklyn Dodgers this season with a broken bone in his left hand, plans to stay in the regular lineup despite the spring training injury. The injury was revealed for (lie first time Monday by Dodger vice- president E. J. (Buzzie) Bavasi in New York but both he and Campy minimized the seriousness of Hie break. "J don't think it's affecting my bitting," said the stocky catcher, "but when I swing it just doesn't feel right. Every time l break my wrist on the swing it hurts. I've got my wrist taped tight so it won't twist too much." Campy is batting only .JtB with one hit in his last 'JO limes al bat (iiis season. Campanula* was [he National League's most valuable player last season with a .312 bat- ling average, l# runs batted in and 41 homers. Qampanella was hit by a pitched hall during the early spring training. X-rays taken in Tampk showed no break, Bawasi said. Further JJ. rays taken April 16 showed a break in a small bone on the bapk of the catcher's left hand. '•-"• The 4,346,000 population of Madagascar is double-what it was 00 years ago, : NATIONAL LEAGUE Club W L Pet. W Brooklyn 7 4 .636 .667 .583 Cincinnati 7 5 .583 .615 .538 New York CAItftS o L Bhnd 1 Philsd'phia 5 Chicago 4 Milwaukee 4 Pittsburgh 5 -Ii;MP FOll JOY — Bob Hewitt, Alton first baseman, jumps into the air and his hands after scoring the winning run in a 6-5, extra inning triumph over Re ev o Monday. Umpire Jerry Dwiggins watches progress out oh the field and IJelleville Catcher Bill Morton (behind Hewitt) trudges off to the bench for it's ail over.—Jack Ervvin photo. Lyle Dorsey Flings No-Hitter at Kahoks COLLINSVILLE - Behmd the classy no-hit pitching of Lyle Dorsey, the VVpod River Oilers returned to the winning trail by (lumping Ihe Collinsvillc Kahoks, 2-0 here Monday afternoon. Dorsey walked five batters but only Shot-win Whitlow managed lo get as fnr as second base. In the meantime, Dorsey fanned five. The Oilers had (heir troubles with Wayne Gavillet, the Kahok hurler, but put together a pair of long hits with a walk in the third for enough runs to win. Frank Wagner was out, trying to bunt for a hit, to open the third. Ron Tillery drew a walk and promptly stole second base while Boyd Sever fanned for the second out. Dorsey helped his own cause immeasurably with a double over Whitlow's head in left field, scoring Tillery. Junior Affsprung. followed with a triple to bring, home Dorsey before Gary Schil- linBer ended the drive with a ground out. Colllnsville's only threat came in the seventh when Whitlow and Bruce Quayle walked with one away. This mild menace was quietly erased when Henry hit into a double play, Affsprung to Schillinger to Ken Hierrnan, to end the game. Wood River (S) Player ABRH Sadlch Wngner Tillery Sever Dorscy 400 300 2 1 0 n o o 2. 1 2 A f/sprung 201 Schillinger 301 Pickering 301 Hlcr*ian" 200 Season 100 Dwlgglm poo Totals . .24 2 S Inning: 1 2 3 W. R, -002 C'vllle 000 Colllnivlllc (0) . Player ABRH Schlcbal Lawrenct Sacked Hcdmon • Whitlow Quayle Henry Maxwell Gavlllct 00 300 300 300 200 100 300 200 200 Totals . .20 0 0 4 5 6. 7— R H E 00002'SO 0000001 Bowling ACMK ALLEYS 0110 Scratch League Peacock won 3 from Greenfields. Sportsman Club won 3 from Budweiser, Black Hawk won 2 from Stag. Metcalfe-Mll- ler won 2 from Chiles Motor. Mineral Springs won 2 'from Griesedleck Bros. 200 Bowlers : Netzhammer 204, Hays 221, Wllloughby 207, Plagcr 201, Wrest 203-215, Murphy 203209, Kunz 236-223, Smith 210, Graham 233, Tribble 207, Huber 215. Knight* of Columbus League Admirals won 2 from Breakers. Captains won 2 from Explorers. Pilots won 3 from Pathfinders. Skippers won 3 from Columbias. Pirates won 3 from Anchors. 200 Bowlers: Koch 203, C. Gorman 210, D. Korte 208. Major Women's League Westerner Club won 3 from Walz Motor. Tom Harris Motor won 2 from Springman Lumber. Owens 111. Glass won 2 from MIllikinMotor. 200 Bowlers: Williamson 205, »lon. ICarly Merchant* League VFW svon 3 from Continental Stores. Union Electric won 3 Irom Cota Cola. Piasa Tool & Die svon 2 from Mississippi Lime. 200 Bowlers: Sclmltz 204. Parish 224, Sr-hooneweis 204, J. Howard Alton IliihlnoNK Women League Miller's Grocery won 3 from Norside, Boedy's won 3 from Metealfe . Miller. Square Deal won 2 fz-om Slreepers. Dukft's Bakery won 2 from Falstaff. Stag won Hi from Russell Venetian. -00 Bowlers: Berry 207, Wetzer 200. UfTER ALTON ALLEYS All Church League Main St. Meth. won 2 from C;»Jvary Ladies. North Alton Baptist No. 2 won 2 from Calvary Men. College Ave. Presby. won 2 from North Alton Baptist No. 1. ' High game : Stalp 196. INN Cloverleaf Agency won 2 from East Alton Junior Women. KiU- niiller Beauty School won 3 from Johnson Insurance. Adams Printing won 2 from Zike Pharmacy. Ind. Hi Game: Booten 188. Wqiteru Aflxed League Ramblers won 3 from Frigid Five. Quints won 2 from Rockets. Momswon 2 from Toipedoes. livt Up to 20% NEW HOME QWNER1 INSURANCE POLICY Ph, 2*9797 A, tVOOl F Hurricane Jackson Deflated By Slade's Clever Boxing By JACK HAND NEW YORK /P—Hurricane Tommy Harry Jackson, who climbed from prelim boy to No. 3 heavyweight contender on three sensational fights, is back in the pack, deflated at the hands of clever Jimmy Siade. Spoiler Slade exposed Jackson's weakness with flashing counter- fire while winning a unanimous 10- round decision Monday night at Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway. Judge Bert Grant had it 7-3, Judge Americo Schiavone 6-4 and Referee Barney Felix 5-4-1. The AP card also was solid for Slade 7-3. It was Jackson's second defeat in his 10-bout career. He zoomed to the top by knocking out Rex Layne in his first main event, whipped Clarence Henry and then stopped Dan Bucceroni, all in 19S4. Slade's record for 33 fights since 1949 is 20-9-4. There were no knockdowns, al- Alley Aces won 3 from Lucky Strikes. Ind. Hi Game: E, Bryant 192. Monday Merchants Union Service won 2 from Teen Age All Stars. Mason Root Beer won 2 from Yates. Dominos won 2 from Community Coal. Howdy Orange won 2 from B. & B. Grill. 200 Bowlers: Henson 205. Me- Ginnis 236, Pedone 204, 201, H. Yost 208, Bosoluke 203, Williams 212, Jacobs 212. though Jackson slipped to the floor three times and Slade fell through the ropes once. Slade tore into Jackson's body in the first'round, then!"artfully retreated to make Jackson miss with wild punches. Only in the fifth, eighth and 10th did Jackson burn with hi? old time hurricane spirit. Probajile Pitchers By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at St. Louli (night)—H«e 10-11 v« Staley (1-1,. New York at Milwaukee (night) — Gomez (0-21 vs. Buhl (0-1). Philadelphia at Chicago—Komtanty (0-1) vs. Ruih d-li. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati might)— Surkont (1-1) v«. Valentine (0-2). AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago at New York—John»on (0-0) vi. Ford (0-0). Cleveland at Boston—Garcia (0-2) VI. Nixon (1-0). Detroit at Philadelphia (night) — Gray (0-11 vi. Dltmar (0-1). Baltimore at Washington (night)— Turley (1-1) vi. Porterfield tl-1). Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BROOKLYN—Jimmy Slade, 181 >i, New York, outpointed Tommy (Hurricane) Jackhon. 18414. New York, 10. HOLYOKE, Mam. — Bobby Courchesne. 128, Chicopee, Mass.. stopped Johnny Lemmona, 124, Brooklyn, l NEW BRITAIN, Conn.—Tony Gras- BO, 126. New Britain, outpointed Joe GuilleUe, 124, Lawrence, Mass.; a. LEICESTER. England—Uber Bacll- ieri. 106, Italy, outpointed Edward (Polly) Smith, 1813,, Bermuda 10 SAN FRANCISCO—Ruben Hernandez, 15314, San Francisco, stopped Jlggi Reed, 119, Oakland. 8. New Gasoline Additive— TCP Seen Boosting Power up to 15% Engineers find misfiring corrected, power- robbing deposits neutialited by new dwcovery Pow&r you thought you'd never feel again—short of a major overhaul—can now be yours without touching a tool to your engine, Shell Oil Company engineers report. This, they find, is because the major cause of power loss in the majority of engines—pre- ignition and misfiring —can be overcome r>y the new additive blended into Shell Premium Qas- oline and sold under the trademark TCP. Cause of power low explained The facts, Shell explains, are these: every conventional gasoline leaves deposits of lead and carbon that sap the power of your engine. When you accelerate, these deposits form "hot spots" in the combustion chambers. These "hot spots" set off the fuel charges before the piston reaches Its proper firing position. Called pre-ignltion, this causes power to work against you, not (or you, says the com- p«ny. The insulation at the tip of your spark plugs accumulates deposits, too. Here, because the deposits conduct electricity, they short-circuit the spark plug. The plug misfires. The fuel, unburned, is wasted power. How TCP works What Shell Premium Gasoline with TCP does, say the engineers, is "fireproof" the deposits in your combustion chambers and prevent wasteful pre- ignition. Power works for you. At the same time, TCP additive makes spark plug deposits harmless, the engineers find. They no longer short-circuit the spark plugs. The plugs fire when they should, burning, not wasting, your gasoline. As a result, a restoration of power up to 15% is claimed for both "old faithfuls" and current models driven only a few thousand miles. These benefits, Shell points out, makes Shell Premium with TCP the greatest gasoline development sine* ,the introduction of tetraethyl lead. TCP, a Shell-discovered addl. tive to Shel] Premium Gasoline, is available exclusively at Shell •3 v> l',i I'/a 2', 2 2'a 3 5 .545 .53« .500 5 .500 .545 .458 fi .455 .500 .417 5 .444 .500 .400 5 .444 .500 .400 8 .385 .429 .157 YESTERDAY RESULTS Open date for all clubs. TODAY'S SCHEDULE 3rooklyn at St. Louis, 8 p.m. lew York at Milwaukee, nighl. 3 ittsburgh at Cincinnati, night, Philadelphia at Chicago. AMERICAN~LEAGUE o Club W t. Pet W L Bhnd Chicago 7 4 .636 .667 .583 ... Wash'tn 6 4 .600 .636 .545 Detroit 6 4 .600 .636 .545 New York 5 5 .500 .545 .455 hiladel. 5 5 .500 .545 .455 Boston 4 6 .400 .455 .364 levfiand 4 6 .400 .455 .364 Baltimore 4 7 .364 .477 .3:13 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Open date for all clubs. TODAY'S SCHEDULE hicago at NPW York. Cleveland at Boston. Detroit at Philadelphia, night. Baltimore at Washington, nighl. CivicMemorial Gets 1541 Win At Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL - Civic Memorial's baseball Eagles came out on top, 15-11 in-a track meet of sorts with the Bunker Hill Minutemen here Monday afternoon. Coach Vallie Robinson, after :is Eagles picked upa 13-2 lead n the first three-and-a-half innings, began t.o substitute freely and 'Bunker Hill closed up the score. Loose play featured the contest as Bunker Hill committed seven errors and CM turned, in six. The Eagles racked up .11 hits, lowever, with Lathey Yerkes, Jack Bond and Max Green getting two apiece. ., Civic Mem. OS) Player AB R H Slgnarlno Bourland Causer- Endicott Yerkes Thuerkoff Martin Moss Bond Reed Harkey Schulte Fee Guthrle Green Siller Henke Voylei Bruih Wnipple To tal§ Inning; C. M, B. H. ISO 110 321 200 222 200 310 a o 3 1 100 311 100 Banker Hill (II) ' Player AB R H Bertag'll 210 Bruckert 300 Reid 322 Coatney 400 Oldenettel 3 3 1 Klopp'ier 4 1 1 G.Weldner 320 J.WeltJner 4 1 2 Sauerweln 3 0 o 22 Daukich Bort Ouelm 0 o 00 10 0 1 322 100 300 111 000 000 ,361611 123 250 200 Totali . ,32 11 e 4 5 6 7—RHE 6003 IS 11 6 32'221167 Claims Trout Attacked Bait CHARLESTON, W.Va. JP - An enthusiastic fisherman out to beat the rush at Watoga State Park stretched his line a foot over the lake and waited until the 6 a.m. opening of trout season to drop t in. It wasn't his fault, he protested, :hat a trout leaped up and snared :he bait 10 minutes before the official opening time last Saturday morning. That's one of the "facts" the Conservation Department uncover- id in its survey of West Virginia 'ish and fishermen on the opening of trout season. The story was backed by testimony from four witnesses, said Harry D. Van Meter, acting chief of the Fish Management Division. SEE IT NOW! Dqvid Bradley ROTO-SPADER Throw Awgy Your Spade Only.. 139.95 *H DOHU, $10 Afoutb At last » garden tool that prepare* th« ion. Plpyra and di*c, your toil la on* operation. Art (or « (re* demp»*tr«Uon «t your bom*. Store Hour*: Mon. «B| fr|. g to ». » (« «. fbout 3-55U ALTON Denny Long Hit Brings In Hewitt For Upset Win By LEB BAKER Telegraph Sports Editor. Denny Long came through in a big way, singling home Bob Hewitt with the winning run Monday afternoon at Riverside Park here as the Alton Redbirds captured an extra inning 6*5 win over Belleville's Marions. Alton had struggled from »1- on John Schut/enhofer's bases- loaded home run in the second inning. The Redbirds finally pull- pd even at 5-5 in the seventh, barley missing out on winning in that frame, before nailing down the ,win in the eighth. Royfe Strouri, who had hammered freely hy the 'Birds from the fourth inning on, was raeked in earnest in the eighth. Hewitt final attack un- dcnvay with a single over SPC- ond base and Jim Leavpll follow- rd wilh a line single to center. \Vhon the Maroons tried to get Hewitt moving around to third on (he hit, Leavell advanced to second hasp. Belleville Coach "Boots" Budde called for an intentional walk of John Sehenato to fill the bases with no one out. Long thereupon stepped in lo slash a drive past Third Baseman Ernie Gaido that brought Hewitt sprinting home with the big winning run. Beating the Maroons was quite a feat for Alton sim-e Belleville sports just about Die strongest outfit in Southwestern Illinois. The visitors had been scored upon in only four out of 12 previous games and had lost only twice by identical '4-3 scorse to Freeburg and Granite City. Don Twitchell 'drew the starting assignment for Alton and pitched well except for a ragged spell in the second. The Redbird righthander got into trouble after two were out. Bill Ihlandfeldt opened with a single but Clyd6 Ramsey and Gaido fouled out. Bill Morton and Stroud singled lo fill the bases before Schut- zenhofer swept them clean with a swipe thet bounced by Left- fielder Jim Leavell for a homer. After that the Maroons cored only in the fifth when Don Taylor triped to left and scored on a long fly by Bob Muskopf. Twitchell allowed only four scattered hits after the second. The win, however, went to Lefty Joe Rittenhouse who came in to pitch the cighlh. .Rittenhouse walked Ramsey and Morton but got safely out of the inning' when Stroud forced Ramsey at third and Schutzenhofer flied out. Alton began pecking away at the Belleville lead with two runs in the fourth on singles by Ken (Butch) Rosack and Bill Graves, a double by Hewitt and a pair of Maroon errors. A walk to Bill Eidson, a stolen base and Rosack's third of four singles in the game added another tally in the fifth. Graves opened the sixth with a tremendous home run to left field and that narrowed the score to 5-4. That last gap was closed in the seventh. Eidson singled over second base and John Taylor went in to run for Eidson. Pinch- hitter Gene Stewart watched a Smoother, quieter, more kft)i»0t'tb«0 ever for '541 Up to JO m.p.b. top ipcc4-"tnd • Ke»djr Bile-an-hour troilcrl With til the finest Evinmdc feature*: Swing-op Auto-Lift Hood, long range Cnu*-»- Day Tank, Gearshift with ocutrel- twwt-grip m*Q- third strike and Jerry Chiolero to / pitch his way out of trouble. Rosack, already Ihree-f o r- three, walloped out his fourth straight hit and when the ball was misplayed in center, Taylor raced around to tie the gamt and Rosack got to third. house blasted an apparent gam* winning single down the first base line, only to have the ball go,foul by inches over the ban, and wound up with a walk. Graves lilted a long fly to center (o end the inning. Then after Rittenhouse checked the Maroons in rfie top of the eighth, the Redbirds hopped all over Stroud to wrap it up. Alton's next outing will b« against Roxana at Riverside Thursday. ' Taylor Muskopf Schiele IMnnfeldt Ramcey Gaido Morton Stroud Total, . Inntnr Belleville Alton ABRH 411 4 1 2 301 400 411 300 300 313 311 Allan (•) PUyer ABRH Chiolero 400 Rosack Rltf«e Gravel Hewitt Leavell Sehenato Eidson Taylor Long Twitchell Stewart 414 3 o n 4 a s 4 1 3 401 300 211 Old 101 200 100 ,31 S 0 Total* ..32 « 12 13345*78— RHE 04001000 583 00021111 812,1 Ancient Bowler Now 3rd in ABC Singles SEATTLE ff —George Earl, of Spokane who has been bowling 51 of his 67.years, rolled a 712 Monday to take over third place in th« American Bowling Congress singles. Hairy Livesely Jr. of Missoula, Mont., bowled a 1928 total to tak« over third place in all-events. Sports in Brief By The Associated Preii Lincoln, Neb. JP —Gerald -L. 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