Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 28, 1954 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 28, 1954
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1954 Wood River Wins Quadrangular Meet ALL ALONE —Dick McFerrln, Alton High's pro Biter distance runner, finished at! by himself in winning ttM mile run Tuesday night'in the quadrangular meet ggtyood River. McFcrrin also won the 880 yard run. *|prville Brown photo. Redbirds Host In Sub-District » • i Meet May 7-11 BY LEE BAKER """ Telegraph Sports Editor ^•"•Coach Joe Hallo's Redbirds will be host to five area SQJIobls in the Alton sub-district tournament of the state . baseball elimination series May 7 through 11 • a£"ftiverside Park here. Winner of the Alton suh-districl will advance to the district final at Edwardsville. The district winner advances in turn to the Roxana sectional along with Iho victors of tournaments at Aviston, Belleville and Granite City. In the Alton sub-district. Western Military Academy's Red Raiders play Brussels and Alton High tangles with Wood River at 4 p. m. Friday, May 7 on diamonds No. 2 and 3, respectively. On Monday, May 10 the Western-Brussels winner plays Brighton on diamond No. 2 and the Alton-Wood River winner meets Civic Memorial of Bcihalto on diamond No. 3 in 4 o'clock games. The sub-district windup is scheduled for Tuesday at 4 o'clock on diamond No. 3 between the Monday winners. The sub-district champ moves then to Edwardsville to face the winner of a playoff between the host Tigers, 'Worden, Staunton, Livingston and Roxana. In all games of the elimination series, the "home" team will be determined by a toss of a coin a halt hour before the game begins. All games in the Alton tourney will begin at 4 p.m. daylight saving time. Alton and Wood River shape up as co-favorites at Alton with Western Military Academy and Civic Memorial strong enough to be re• yarded as dark horses. Brussels and Brighton do not figure to be strong enough to provide a threat to the far larger Madison county JOE RALLO schools. AI Kdwardsville, Joe Lurco's defending district champs seemingly arc a shoo-in to reach the final. The Timers' main throat could come, from Roxana but the Shells must dispose of both Livingston and Sluimlon to reach the finals while Kdwardsvillo has only Worden to face. The state finals will be played at Peoria May 1'7-L'S between the seven district winners and the Chicago city champion. Pairings are: Winners at Springfield (Cathedral) vs. winner at Canton; Chicago vs. DoQuoin; Brlvidero vs. Kankakoe; Roxana vs. Bloomington. Gerry Staley Gains Credit For 7-3 Win Over Bums ST. LOUIS ff — If there's one reason Gerry Staley never has won 200 games in one season for the St. Louis Cardinals you can spell it B-r-o-o-k-l-y-n. The ace righthander, who won 19, .17 and 18 in the past three seasons, has been able to gain an advantage over every National League club except the Brooks. At season's start, the Dodgers held a 14-9 edge over Slaley. But Tuesday night the record became 14-10 as Staley, needing help from AI Brazle and Stu Miller, took credit for a 7-3 Cardinal triumph over the Brooks, who opened their first western swing of the season at Busch Stadium. Staley gave up eight hits and walked two while striking out four before leaving the game with a 5-3 lead in the sixth. Brazle put out the immediate fire and Miller continued with three innings of hitless ball to preserve Staley's sec- ;gnd victory against one defeat. Ray Jablonski, driving in three runs, Red Schoendienst and Del Bke each contributed two hits to tt|, 10-hit Cardinal attack that SjjJled Preacher Roe from the wound and made light of the re- liSf work of Bob Milliken. .floe, an old Cardinal heckler, W|« slammed lor six of the hits aqd added more woe toward his deleat by walking four. 'crowd of 26,662 sat in on the ;.lhe largest of the early sea- Jn St. Louis. Raschi, the ex-Yankee who t 4-3 World Series record Brooklyn, will start for the i in an afternoon game today JJiJIie Loes cm tap for the Each has a 14) record. \ Want Ads -Click'' llrooldjii el) Player AH H H Gilllam Reeite Snider Tlobiiiion Hodjjrs Cam'rlla Kurillo Cox Roe ft 400 4 0 1 4 0 1 4 I 1 0 300 1 Shuba Mlllikrn 4 U 201) 100 o n n Thompson 000 Plnycr nrpulnki Mnon MttMtil Jahlnnskt Alston Gnimmas Hli-e SUIrv Uru/.lr Kruncr Miller (7) All H II Roxana Juniors Triumph WOOD niVKIl — Coarh Frrrl Scharf'.s Wood Rivrr Oiler track CTPW racked up another imprrssivr win hero ?il Memorial Staflhi/n Tuesday night, defeating Iloxana, Allon and Western Military Arvirlrmy in the senior division of a quadrangular meet. Despite winning DIP nine running ri only two of fnls. the Oil- ors ran away Ironi the Hold with 5,'i points. Knxana rdgorl Alton for soennd plaio with .Wi points lo 37'i. Western finished a distant frwirlh with If) In Iho .junior division for freshmen and sophomores. Roxana walked m with Wi |x>ints. Alton was sfcrind with .Wi and Uond Rivor third xvilh 2!)',i. Western linishf'd fourth with three points. Double winners in senior competition included Warren Sloffen of Roxana, Dick McFcrrln of Allon and Johnny Friend of Wood Rivor. Sleffen wheeled off a tor- :10.1 lime in the 100 ynrrl dash before adding Iho 220 yard first place (o his collection. Distance ace McForrin took holh the 880 yard and mile runs, although Western's I3ob Kennedy nit on a tremendous burst of speed lo press Mac near the •Inlsh of Iho mile. • Friend won Iho high jump and Iho high hurdles In addition to finishing a close second in Iho low hurdles. Jool Schwalbo of Wood River took Ihe 440 yard flash with a pack of throe Alton quarter-mil- rrs finishing in his wake. Oilier Oilers to win included Jerome Dupy in the discus, Jess Rron- KOII in the broad jump and Jack Pcrrin in the pole vault. Vic Holangcr look tho shot put for Alton and Richard Drown the low hurdles for Roxana. In the relays, Roxana swift qunrtet of Terry Wrcsl. Hob Hieklo, Richard brown and Slef- fon clicked off a 1 :'.\5A winning lime in Iho 880, while the Alton combination of Dick Gleason, Bobby Jones, 13111 Johnson and Mike Wallers closed the meet hy winning Iho mile in 3:45. Anchor man Wallers had. to slave olf a great bid by Wood River's Sclnvallje in Ihe final lap. NENIOK »IVI.HION 100 ynrrt clnHh—Wnrrcii Slcfftn <m Uucky RunM.ll (WHi. Terry Wrest (Hi, Paul Darker iWfli, :lo I 220 ynrrl dash—Warren Steffen IRi. Homer • Happy Reds Blast Wav To m, ' (Will, Terry Wrc»l (Hi, :22.5. 44(i yard daub — Joel Schwalbe (WRi. bnm Wei In (Ai. nohby Jone« lAi. Dirk Gleimon lAi. :5,1 (I flllO yard run-Dick MrKirrln /AI, n ^" ll ," Bon |AI > •>• s ' Freeman illi. Bill Wiitklni iRi, 2:0s.n. Mile run — Dick MrFnrrln (Ai. Unh KeiiiiMly iWMAl, Bvron Radclltf (WMAi. Don Cm-tin I Will, 4:4».i 11110 yard relay — Hoxnnn iTcrrv, Dob Illckle, Richard Hrowii Warren Stctteni, Woilern Military Ai'iKlrniy, I:M.4. Mile relay—Allon (Dirk Olen»oi,, Hohby JOIIM. Dill Jnhnion, Mike Wallersi, Wood River. :t:4s, Sl»it put~Vtr Drlimgcr (Ai Jerome Dupy iWRi, Paul Shelby (Hi lllrk Fuchi iWMA'. 4fl' 11" Ulscnx—Jernmr Ilupy iWR\, An- Innlo Trciipiilnrlnii iWMAl, Vic Bel- fliilici- (A>. Chuck IJIi'kerstui (Ri, 140' ft", High jump-John T'rlend i\VRi. 1le for hcn-nnd between Carl Sullnn iWRl Bucky HiiK.sell iWRi. Boh C.ondhart (Hi. and Tom .Sulloti (Ai. .V (1". Brnnd Jump .Iff! Bronnon i\VRi, John Hatlift iWMAl. lie for third be- Iwecn Warren Slcflcn ill) and Richard Brown iRi. IB 1 11". Pole vuillt-Jark Pen-In iwn.l, <le for second between Bob Blair' lAi Arnold Sanders (A) and John Moody Low hurdles—Richard Brown IRI John Friend iWRi, Je/f Drnnion BANDIT LOOSE — John Melvrs of Mercy .just begins to launch his slide on a steal of third base as Marquette,'* .lerry Kiciisti-a (urns for an attempted tag out. Mercy just did slip by the Explorers at Riverside Park Tuesday, 3-2. — Orville Broun photo. IJ.v THK ASSOCIATKI) HtBHS The homer - happy Rcdlcgs blasted their way into first place in the National League by winning a battle of four-baggers at Cincinnati Tuesday night from the Pittsburgh Pirates, 8-7. Ten of the 15 runs were direct results of homers. Ted Klus/cewski slammed one for Cincinnati in the first with one aboard and Jim Cirrcngrnss followed right behind him with another. Came the third and Klus/.ewski hit another. The Pirates blasted brick In the sixth with back-lo-back blows by Toby AI well and Jerry Lynch. And in the eighth Alwell and Lynch did the trick again. Cincinnati moved Inlo first place hy half a game over the Brooklyn Dodgers, who bowed in .St. Louis 7-3. Milwaukee squeezed by New York 3-2 and Philadelphia was mined out at Chicago in the National League. The Chicago White Sox won their fourth straight, a 4-3 thriller over the New York Yankees In the only American League action. Bad weather brought postponements o the Boston - Cleveland, Philadelphia-Detroit and Washington-Baltimore contests. Preacher Roe, a long-time Cardinal jinx, was Die victim at St Louis. Two walks, a double by Ray Jahlonski and a single by rookie Tom Alston gave the Card; two runs in the fourth. Another walk and a single by Del Rice were followed by Red Schocn- Top (WlH, John UBllirf iWMAl. :210 High Hurdles—John Friend iw nirhnrd nrown ifli. Jeff Brnnson IWRI, Archie Eclwiirdn lAi. :15.4 Jl'NIOK IHVIMON SO ynrd diiHh--C!ns«nwny Ifl), Hcff- ner int. Ciimp (A), Webb (A>, :00.:i 100 ynrd dnsh—Hughns (Ai, Silkwood (Will. Hobcrson (HI, Lnnnmnn lit!. .-10.7. 220 ynrd dnsh—Hushes (AI, G«ssn- wny (Ri, Cnmp (A>, Sllkwood IW :24.:i. •HO ynrd dnxh—Fenlhcmlnne iW, Bryant ill), Lee (Hi, Knzntos (At. :50.7. IIIIO ynrd run—Monlcul (At, Stiinrt (Hi. Tlriwnll lAi, Clinics iWRi, 8:18..1. IIIIO ynrd ri>lny—Hoxnna iGnssnwny, Lonomnn, Hellncr, Hnberson, Alton, 1:41.0. . Low lumllrs. LoiiKninn iHi, Hrff- nrr ifll, Sllkwood (Will, Kelly (WBi, :14fl Pole vn\jll -Ynrnrl] (Will, Stanley IWHi, Lpnimonn (WRi, Hnbcrson (Hi, 10' S". High jump—Gnmnway iRi, Yarnfll (Wni. tie for third between Malone (Hi, Lrmmnn* iWlli, Pcrrin iWHt, and Enlon (A). S' :i'<". Shot put- Vlelh (A\. Monroe IA> Robcrxnn iRi. IKIIU tWMAi. SI' 2". Discus—Dreo'n iHi, Wnlmxlry i Stanley iWHi, Vlrth iA>, 10:1' 10! Broad Jump—Bryant iHi. Lnngmnn iRi, McMlllon (WMAI, Itcffnor iRi, IB 1 3". I 1 4 2 4 1 a 2 0 1 4 I 2 4 n i 4 (I U 4 1 2 I II 0 (I II 0 i o n i o o Totals . .33 a » Totals . :il 7 10 Inning: 12:1 45H 7iin- n n K Brooklyn Kin on not) :i H i Cardinal! (KK> 230 1'Ox 7 10 1 Shurtleif Golfers Edge by Normal NORMAL - Shurflcff Collt^.-'s Pioneer golfers gained a narrow 6 J i-5Vj win here Tuesday alter- noon over Illinois State Normal University, thanks to a sparkling 74 by Ron Lausoii. Bob Mitchell had a 77 to a 79 by his opponent. George Meidel, for a L'-l ed«r in points. Leigh Lawrence split I' — l 1 .. with Don Heist as each picked up a 77. Lauson with a 71 yained » 2'v-'. •! edge over Jim Goodwin who had a 76. Bill Alalson turned in an 80 to Torn Siniesic of Nor- 78 to iin»h v,i, h . ^.. B IVINRUDE -OVTI9IIP MOTOR! Co»pl»U lint — thtillUif M* •tuitb — tl*i fa*. SAVE up to 2O% on fire insurance with the company founded by Sears Oo you rro//y have enough fire insurance „ to fully protect your home and household „ possessions in fuse of loss? Now Allstate Fire Insurance' may provide the added protection you need tit no additional cost Allsttite is already famous lor pioneering lower auto insur- nee costs Now, lor Fire and .Kxtonded (.'overages. AllstHta otters Illinois homeowners rates that are approximately 20% less limn those of most other prominent companies in ad- cilion, you pay annually, yel.rt-i-eive substantially the same discounts oflerod by im«t 3 or 5 year plans. 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A bnses-londrd single hy Del Crandall — good for rwo runs in the fourth — and a two-out single hy Johnny Logan in the eighth drove In (ho (Milwaukee runs, the first scored against Giant pitching in 32 innings. New York tied the score in Ihe eighth on a pinch single hy Bill Taylor with two on. The Yankees fell below the .500 mark in losing to right-hander Don Johnson, a refugee from the minors who once belonged to Iho Yanks. The While Sox boat Whitpy Kord for the first lime in his brief major league career. Fort! had owned a 7-0 record over the Cliicagonns. Three hits and (in error hy Phil Rizzuto produced two Chicago runs in thr> fourth, fn (he fifth Minnie Mlnoso slammed a two-run homer. The Ynnks faced three pitchers In the ninth. AI Sinia, who had taken over from Johnson in Ihe eighth, gave up n double lo Yogi Berra lo open the last inning. Sandy Constiegra retired I wo but was touched for a run-scoring single by pinch hitter Hank Bnucr nnd Harry Dorish came nn to re- lire Bob Cerv on an infield roller for the final out. Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Oilers Defeat East Side's Nettcrs, 3-2 EAST ST. L 0 IH S - Wood River's Oilers scored a 3-2 tennis victory over the East St. Louis Flyers here Tuesday afternoon, winning two singles matches and one doubles, Roger Wilbur of Wood River dumped Richard Ellmcr in the No. I singles, 0-3, fi-0, and Mike Mitchell outlasted Beanye Burk- pll. 7-I5. fi-::, for the other Oiler win. Flyer Phil Powers, however, topped Robert Awe, U-H. 6-1. Jack Hall and Eugene Kohlmiller of Wood River stopped Jack Misepades and Ron Wack- cr, 5-7, 6-1, 6-0, but East Side rained a split in doubles when Ray Palis and Pat Curry won over John U/./ell and John Curtis, 7-1, 6-1. In an extra match that didn't count in the scoring, Hie Flyer team of Warren Dan/re and Bob Forhan defeated Tom Gaboon and Paul Draper, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. Pepper Rodgers, with four touchdowns, 13 extra points and one field goal for 40 points, led Georgia Tech's football team in scoring last season. 1 1 2 2'a 3 3 NATIONAL LEAGUE G Club W L Pet W t, Bhnd Cincinnati S 5 .fil3 .6-13 .571 ... Brooklyn 7 ~i .583 .615 .538 ' 2 St. Louis 6 5 .545 .583 .500 1 Nrw York fi 6 .500 .5.18 .182 ]' 2 Philadrl. 5 fi .fa', .500 .117 2 Chicago •) 5 .Ml .500 .400 Mil wanker 4 5 .111 .500 .-100 Pittsburgh 5 0 .:!57 .'100 .T!3 YKSTKKDAV'S RK.srr/TS St. Louis 7, Brooklyn 3. Cincinnati R, Pittsburgh 7. Philadelphia at Chicago, wet grounds. Milwaukee 3, Now York 2. TODAV'S SCIIKt)l;l,l; Brooklyn at St. I/niis. New York at Milwaukee. Philadelphia at Chicago. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. AMERICAN" LEAGUE n Club W L Pel. W L Bhnd Chicago 8 -I .667 .UH'2 .615 ... Wash'ton 6 <1 .600 .6:',6 .5-15 Dolroil 6 •! .600 .6.'!6 .515 Philadr-l. 5 5 .500 .515 .455 Now York 5 6 .455 .500 .417 Boston 4 6 .400 .455 .364 Cleveland 4 6 .400 .455 .364 Baltimore 4 7 ,364 .417 .333 3!j YKSTEKDAY'S UKSLLTS Chicago 4, New York .'!. Cleveland at Boston, rain. Detroit at Philadelphia, rain. Baltimore at Washington, rain. TODAY'S SCIIKDULE Chicago at New York. Cleveland at Boston, Baltimore at Washington, night. Detroit at Philadelphia, night. Roxana Shells Gain 5-0 Win At Greenville GREENVILLE — Roxana's Shell t?nnis crow racked up a seventh win against a single loss by blanking Iho Greenville Flyers, 5-0 hero Tuesday afternoon. In singles, Jim Walker defeated Ralph Carey, 60. 6-0, Larry Franklin topped Charles Carey, 6-2, 6-0, and Jim Nessl won over Donald Ray, G-4, '2-6, 6-3. The sweep was completed in doubles as Bill Hunter and Bill Roberson downed Dale Mills and Harold Mannum, 6-0, 6-4, while Mack Weiss and Clint Lol- loy dropped Dave Pnowden and Ed Barnes, 6-1, 6-1. Mercy Bulldogs Nip Marquette On Late Rally Marquette's Explorers frittered away a brief lead to let the Mercy Bulldogs of University City, Mo. gain a 3-2 Catholic League baseball win at Riverside Park here Tuesday afternoon. Coach Joe Stephan's Alton crew made the most of their few opportunities against Mercy's John Wagner who gave up just two hits. Marquette scored on both of the safeties, using Mercy errors in the process, but keep the Bulldogs in couldn't check. Mercy scored first when John Meivcs opened the top of the second inning with a double down the right field line. While team mate John Tierney was in the process of striking out against the offerings of Explorer Pitcher Tom Jun, Meives stole third. That set the stage for the little Mercy third baseman to race home when a bouncer to third by Bruce Beckmann was played first rather than the plate. Bob Dwiggins got Marquette all even, however, in the last of the second with a bit of daring upon the basepalhs. Dwiggins clipped a single to right, stole second and when Mercy Catcher Bob Hodge was slow about chasing back for a passed ball, Dwiggins raced all the way from sec- ond to score. The score remained locked at 1-1 until the fifth when after two were out, Jun clouted a drive to deep right-center. Tom had an easy triple but elected to go for a homer. The relay to the infield had Jun by a good 20 feet but Mercy First Baseman Bruce Beckmann, cutting off the throw, was way wide on his toss to the catcher and Jun scored easijy. That Marquette lead faded quickly as Mercy scored twice in the top of the sixth. Jim Nolan walked, Fred Beckmann tripled and Meives singled to put the Bulldogs on top, .1.2, and that'i where they stayed. Mrrejr CD Player AB R H Nolan Fitzgerald Rudolph F.Beck'n Mieves Tiorne.v B.Beck'n Hodge Wagner 3 1 0 200 :i 0 o .1 1 3 a i 2 3 n ] .TOO 3 0 1 200 Mirquell* CM Player AB R H :i 0 0 200 300 .100 3 1 I 3 0 0 200 200 n o o o n o 3 1 1 llaye* Whalen Leeson Crowson Dwiggins Kellv Wardein Klcnstra Hoffman Murphy Jun Totals Inning: Mercy Mar. .25 3 6 1 2 3 0 1 0 010 Totals . .24 2 J 4 .1 « 7— R H E 0 0 2 0 .1 fi 4 0100321 Sports Sked TODAY BASEBALL —Western Military Academy at Roxana, 4. GOLF—Western Military Academy at Belleville, 4. THURSDAY BASKETBALL—Roxana at Alton. 4. TRACK—East Junior at Roxana (7th and 8th grades), 4. FightResults n? THK ASSOCIATED mess LOS ANGELES—Buddy Bvatt, 132 r i Lns Angrlcs, outpointed LcRoy Rich- arris. 12R'i. Los Angeles. 10. DETROIT—Duke Harris, 147V<. Detroit, outpointed Pat Lowry, 147'a, Toledo. 10. MIAMI BEACH — GcorKe Bcnton, Ifil, Philadelphia, outpointed Kid Charolito. 162, Havana, 10. SAN JOSE, Calif.—Frankle Cay, HB'i, ncno, knocked out Irish Jimmy McCann, 146, San Jose. 4. SAN ANTONIO—Otillo Zurdo Galvan. 124, Mexico, outpointed Joe Boland, 124>/ a , San Antonla, 12, Harness Driver Wins ' Four of Five Races YONKERS, N. Y. P? - Billy Haughlon, 30-year-old harness race driver from Fultonville, N. Y., had perhaps the best night of his career in Ihe sulky at Yonkers Raceway Tuesday night. Ho drove five horses, won with four ol them, placed third with the other. Stanley Dancer drove five winners at Yonkers on April 17, 1951. Three-I League By The Associated Presi Monday result Terrc Haute 6 Evansville I (Only game scheduled) Tuesday games: Peoria 4, Waterloo 0 Terre Haute 2, Keokuk 1 Burlington at Evansville post- poncd, rain. Quincy 6 Cedar Rapids S SPECIALS THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. JITED. MENS SHC 3 S Inc Downtown Value Days 100% NYLON SPORT SHIRTS Whites and colors. Reg. $4.9545.95. Short sleeve $ 3 99 MR. B. SHIRTS Pink, black, yellow, white. French cuffs. 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