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% for tooosint, CHICAGO (AP) - It's no easy task for a group of inexperienced youngsters to go but and defeat the chatflpions of the National Upset ers Semi'Fittais of Church Tourney Toliight Semi-final actioti in the Church of four losses fell In 1955 With a 30-27 victory oV6r Cleveland. The collegians now are out to break another This four-game losing streak. however, the All- Football League, but that's what the College All-Stars have in mind when they meet the Green Bay Packers in Soldier Field Friday night. The 1963 All-Stars, once again coached by Otto Graham, have an excellent chance of upsetting the Packers despite the fact that Green Bay will be anywhere from a two to a three touchdown favorite. If year, Stars have more than history go- fof them. of the all-time fbot- they have nothing else in their favor, there is the fact that the pros have never been able to win five straight. A string of four straight losses was snapped in 1943 when the All-Stars defeated Washington 27-7. Another string Light Practice For Track Team From U.S. HANNOVER, Germany (UPD- Coadi Paytoh Jordan of the U.S. riieft's track and field team pl&Med only light workouts today in preparation for Wednesday's and Thursday's dual meet with West German^ at Hannover's tfiSd&sacheft Stadium. B6th the ni&i's and women's teams arrived.in town Sunday by jM4ite from Warsaw via St6ck- hbtm, but the Women immediately l§ft for Braunschwieg where IMy will f3"c6 th* German' girls ing 1 Graham, one great quarterbacks in pro ball, took over the All-Star coaching reins in 1958 with a 35-19 victory over Detroit. It Was the last for the All-Stars. The All-Stars did it on a combination of the running of Bobby Mitchell, the field goal kicking of Bobby Conrad, the passing of Jim Ninowski, and an adequate defense. one from 40 21 -point splurge in the final quarter, 42-20. Green Bay passed for 255 yards in that game but the Packers also picked up 125 yards rushing to only 30 for the All-Stars. Actually, it was Green Bay's running threat which kept the All-Stars off balance and allowed Bart Starr to heave five touchdown passes. This year, the All-Stars have four quarterbacks who can both run and pass. They are Heisman Award winner Terry Baker of Oregon State; Ron VanderKelen of I of Penn St Ben Wilson of Southern California and Bill Thornton of Nebraska are capable of supplying power. Bob Jencks of Miami, Ohio, can boot field goals and proved it with from 27 vards and another I night at 7:30. Kittenball ^ _ League tournament will be held tonight at Lake Storey. Bethel fiaptist is to battle First Presbyteriatt at 7 and F}tst Methodist is to meet Trinity Lutheran at 8:30. Just one game is scheduled for the tournament final Tuesday 27 yards yards in a 13-12 scrimmage loss to the Chicago Bears last week. And pitting fire against fire, the All-Stars have come up with gigantic but speedy linemen. On defense they'll average 225 pounds with the likes of Chuck Siemenski Jordan The has been that saying team must succeed in the air beat the pros. Last year the All- Stars completed 14 passes for 201 yards but fell before Green Bay's Wisconsin; Sonny Gibbs of Texas Christian and Glynn Griffing Of Mississippi. They also have speed and poW- a j er in thfe baefcfield. Larry Fgrgu- to! son of Iowa, Bob Paremore of Florida A&M, Charlie Mitchell of Washington and Roger Kdchman of Penn State have the speed. ite, Lee Roy of Alabama, Lee Roy Caffey of Texas A&M and Danny Brabham of Arkansas. On offense, the All-Stars line can average 250 pounds with Bob Vogel and Daryl Sanders of Ohio State, Ed Budde and Dave Behrman of Michigan State and Don Chuy of Clemson. The payoff series between the league winner and tournament winner is to get tinder way on Wednesday or Thursday. The all- star game is set for either Aug. 6 or 8. First MefhodUt ab r Sippel Wctherfd D.Stinson Carlson Holmes Hunt Cunnln'm L.Stlnson Burquin arhead WASHINGTON (OP1J BBXIflg s s 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 h 0 2 21 Totals 39 R.Mason R.Kirman iC.Groves W.Sinnott D.Pcterson T.Hull R .miz S.Stein ft.Galyean P.Malone ab 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 t 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 h 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 Score bv Innings: 28 2 5 7 10! Totals y it First Methodist 202 300 (1—7 Jaycees 000 000 2—2 is mice again 9 political issue according tb Sen. EsteS Kefdiivet, D-Teiifl., the chairman af the Senate antitrust and monopoly subcommittee, f Sunday Kefauver said that he would investigate among other things heavyweight champion: Sonny Liston'A hew business organization mandatory return bouts in contracts of professional fighters; and the "matching and mismatching" of professional boxers. The investigation, which would be made before the end of the present congressional session, "will just bring Us up to date" said Kefadver; in reference to the I960 &nd 1961 federal inquiries. The senator's immediate plans (9 Kapjm I OWtight Patterson should havfe fought .CassiuS Clay or Someone else before getting a return fight,** Kefauver said the investigation would determine Whether any antitrust or monopoly regulations were violated by rematch agreements. Ltetuift "bwswess organisation*' is Intercontinental Promotions, Inc., in he is prdlldfelft. As 8 rtfeUtt LiatAn, who owns 47 per cent of the cor* poration stock, niust officially he considered a Cor|tor&tioft, and his income tax computed as corporate r*lh«sr than ffersOnnl t4 Moline Defeats Scrapt 9 Moline Modern Patterns piled up eight runs in the second inning to defeat Galesbtirg Bill's Scrappers, 14-8, in a girls Softball game Sunday night in O. N. Custer Park. The win was a revenge for the Moline team, since the Scrappers defeated the Patterns earlier in the season at Moline. The Gales- First Presbyterian Maj r • r L eagu e in SECOND GAME ST. LOUIS [ CHICAGO ab r h bl Flood 4 2 4 1 Groat 5 0 11 White 5 2 2 2 Boyer 4 112 AJtman 5 2 2 1 Kolb 4 111 Javier 5 2 2 2 Saw'ski 4 12 0 McCa'f 10 0 0 Broglio 0 0 0 0 Taylor 2 0 0 0 Shantz 0 0 0 0 Bauta 10 0 0 Sadecki 0 0 0 0 Schultz 0 0 0 0 ab r h bl Landr'm 3 110 bBoros 1111 McDan'l 2 0 0 1 Brock 4 3 3 5 Williams 5 12 1 Santo 5 12 1 Banks 4 10 0 Hubbs 4 2 10 Rancw 4 2 3 0 SchafjEer 1113 Rodgers 3 3 2 0 Hobbie 0 0 0 0 Brewer 10 0 1 LaMay 0 0 0 0 Elston 0 0 0 0 aBurton 10 0 1 Schultz, Hubbs. WP-Shantz, •Sadecki. PB—Ranew, McCarver. U— Gorman, Landcs, Sudol, Forman. T—3:05. A—40,222. SECOND GAME CINCINNATI I MILWAUKEE . Totals 3816 16 14 fly for Elston in for Landrum in Personal Problems? Write it Help. Penny" Care of Register-Mail Penny" Appears Every Tuesday and Friday Totals 40 1115 10 a—Hit sacrifice 6th; b—doubled 6th. St. Louis 040 043 000—11 Chicago 1220 024 24x—16 E—Ranew. PO-A—St. Louis 2413, Chicago 27-11.. LOB—St. Louis 6, Chicago 6. 2B—Groat, Boros, Rodgers, Santo. 3B—Brock. HR— Brock 2, Javier; Boyer, Kolb, Williams, White, Altman, Schaffer. SB —Javier, Rodgers. S—Broglio. SF —Brock, Burton. ab r Rose 4 0 Harper 4 0 Pinsori 4 1 Robin'n 3 1 Frceae 3 0 Walters 3 0 Edw'ds 0 0 bNcal 1 0 Cardc's 4 0 Pavle'h 2 0 aKco'h 0 0 Pur key 3 0 Totals 31 2 . a—Ran for hbi o o I l l 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ab r h bl Menke 4 2 2 1 Math'ws 4 110 H.Aardn 3 10 0 Maye 4 0 2 0 Torre 4 0 2 2 Oliver, 3 0 0 0 T.Aaron 10 11 Boiling 4 0 10 B.Tayfr 3 110 Jones 0 0 0 0 LemaVr 3 0 0 0 x Sc CHICAGO ab r h bi 5 0 res 6 2 Landis Fox 5 Nicho'n 4 Lemon 2 aMcC'w 1 F.Rob'n 3 Hansen 4 Ward 4 Carfe'h 3 Peters 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Aparicio Snyder Johnson Orsino Gaines B.Rob'n Brandt Miller cSrriith Ada Is: McNally Saveri'e ab r 4 0 hbi 0 0 4 4 3 4 4 3 0 1 4 1 1 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ab r h Ltndstrom 4 12 Peterson 4 11 Peacock 4 2 1 Shrader 4 12 Callahan 4 2 2 Buncher 4 2 2 Gorham 4 11 Steck 2 0 2 Tohnson 2 0 1 DeWitt 2 0 1 Blackman 10 0 Minteep 2 0 0 VtcCoan'k 10 0 Totals 38 10 16 Score by Innings: First Presbyterian __l.6O0 First Lutheran __000 Flrftt Lutheran ab r h called for a meeting wfth Alty. burg team tallied 16 hits against Gen. Robert F. Kennedy next Molina's 12 last night, wfeek to discuss creation of a fed- Hendricks T.Peterson L.Huil Cunning'm W.Hull Kniss •.Peterson Wolbers D.Bloom P.Bloom Carlson 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .1 2 rt 0 0 0 0 eral boxing commissioner in a special section of thd Justice Department. Thd Scrappers will practice Tuesday at 6 p.m. on the Corpus Christ! High School fibld, and will rrteet Rushville at V 6 r tti o n t Kefauver's subcommittee an- Wednesday evening, Molina (14) Birdsell Spiegel Murpjiy Evans Ha h n Fisher Loo tens ab * h 5 4 4 4 3 4 4 1 J 3 3 3 0 0 2 3 1 0 2 1 t 1 2 0 Bpyanp 3 0 1 fngr'ji .12 0 Adkinson Mnllfn Bart kg. Bllllips Davia M.Kero Shy Shea ScrappftM (a) ab t h 5 2 ft 5 0 2 4 I I I 2 2 3 2 I 2 0 a i Totals 3S 14 12| Totals 34 ft ift Score by Innings: Moline iit.fl.1 100 Scrappers _ .—20fl 010 0— fl MIDWEST LEAGUE Waterloo ». Decatur 2 h Wisconsin Rapids 19, Dub Clinton 5, Quad Cities 1 040 0 101 O 10 2 Totals 34 1 8 1 grounded for Totals 35 5 10 4 Pavletich in 7th; b grounded out for Edwards in 9th. Score by innings: Cincinnati 000 002 000—2 Milwaukee 100 020 02x—5 E—Purkey, Menke. PO-A—Cincinnati 24-10, Milwaukee 27-8. DP —Rose, Cardenas and Freese; Boiling and Menke. LOB—Cincinnati 5, Milwaukee .5. 2B—Harper, Pavletich, Pinson, Menke, Mathews. HR—Robinson. SB—Freese.. 4 10 41 Totals 33 for Lemon in 6th; into double play Miller in 9th. Score by innings: Chicago ___100 001 110—4 Baltimore 000 010.000— 1 E—Johnson, Nicholson. PO-A— Baltimore 27-9, Chicago 27-9. r ?P— Peters, Fox and McCraw. LOB— Chicago 8, Baltimore 7 2B—Landis. HR—Nicholson. S — McNally, F. Robinson, Peters. i? h McNally L, 3-5 i-.GVs 5 Miller . 2% 5 Peters W. 10-5 ___9 8. r er bbso 3 3 3 1 110 1 1114 2L /3 fcBroglio 1 yTaylor 4 Shantz Bauta L, 3-4 1 Sadecki V* Schultz % Hobbie . 1% Brewer 3 LeMay _ __ Va Elston % McDaniel W, 6-3__3 x—Faced four men faced two men in 6th HBP—By Broglio, h 4 5 a 2 1 1 6 S o T i in r 4 4 2 2 1. 3 4 4 2 1 0 er bbso 4 4 2 2 1 3 4 4 2 1 0 2nd; 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 y- o l l l 0 2 2 3 1 0 2 r er bbso 5 4 17 2 2 2 1 Rodgers; by ip h Purkey L, 4-7 8 10 Lemaster W, 7-5—9 6 HfiP—By Lemaster, Robinson. WP—Lemaster, Purkey 2. PB— Pavletich 2. U—Vargo, Harvey, Weyer, Barlick. T—2:15. A—13,250. U—Chylak, Rice, McKinley. T—2:20. Valentine A—5,811. and United Brethren ab r h J.Catlin 3 E.Suydam 3 L.Erick'n 3 T.Sedg'ck 3 K.Sarg'nt 3 D.Bird 3 G.Carlton 2 A.Dicks'n 3 D.Catlin 3 W.Alde'n 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals Score by 27 3 71 Totals innings: United Brethren Q01 O0Q Bethel Baptist 430 000 ox SECOND GAME MINNESOTA ab r h bi Versal*s 4 0 Power 4 1 Kille'.w 3 0 Mlnc'r 4 0 Allison 4 O Hall 3 0 Goryl 3 1 Zim'an 4 0 Stig'an 2 0 Dailey 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 31 2 a—Walked 7 2 for NEW YORK ab r h bi Kubek 4 0 0 0 Rich'son 4 0 10 Tresh 4 110 Howard 3 110 Bright 4 12 1 bRc.ed 0 0 0 0 Lopez 4 0 12 Pepit'ne 3 0 10 Boyer 3 0 10 Willi'ms 2 0 0 0 aLinz 0 0 0 0 Renigg 0 0 0 0 • Totals 31 3 8 3 Williams in 8th; Trinity Lutheran ab r Engman 5 1 Peterson 5 0 Lundeen 4 1 VanFleet 4 3 iFintfhal 2 2 Hannam 4 1 Morgan 4 2 Anderson 2 0 Miller 2 1 Sauter . 4 0 Patanella 2 1 Flaar 2 3 hi 2 2 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 proved such a measure last year. Biit the ictea was rejected when, according to Kefauver, the Justice Department hesitated about administering the program. Totals 30 2 7 I The new investigation has apparently been organized as a result of the Sonny Liston-Floyd Patterson rematch last week when Liston knocked out Patterson within one round for the second con : secutive time. Although Liston battered Patterson in their first match last September to gain the heavyweight crown, -another fight Was staged because of a return 28 7 7 l bout clause in the original contract. In reference to the fight, Kefauver said "I expected as much The Scrappers played without the services of three regulars. One of the regulars, Ellen Rafferty, outfielder, has joined the Women of the Air Force. innings Cedar Rapids 5, Quincy 3 READ THE WANT ADS! 0 snow 1 Sippel 1 Cooper 1 Corbin 01 Horn OIBluckec 21 Knutson I Baylor 0 O'Dean II Peterson Bethel Baptist ab r h 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 20- 3 7 G.Way Gardner Davis D.Mustain F.Way- Conard Brown Mustain Lucas Knowles Coldbrook ab r h 4 2 a LOANS * 3 *'°° FO "M- 06 RS0N OALESBURG LOAN 31 North Kellogg Dial 342-5191 4 3 4 4 4 3 3 2 3 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Press International the Midwest largely un- fiili weekend M 1 PACKAGE" OFFER wheel alignment brake adjustment wheel balance b—ran for Bright, in 9th. Score by innings: Minnesota _ 011 000 000—2 New York 000 010 002—3 E—Richardson, Pepitone. PO-A Minnesota 24-5» none out when winning run scored, New York 2715. DP—Boyer and Bright; Versalles f Goryl and Mincher; Boyer, Richardson and Bright; Kuebek, Richardson and Bright LOB—Minnesota 7, New York 6. 2B—Goryl. HR—Power, Bright. SB—Linz. S —Hall. Expert Car Service Thoroughly trained men, fastest and most efficient machines, return your car's "underside" to original manufacturer's specifications. parts and adjustment AMERICAN CARS torsion bor not included -xStigman L, 10-10-8 yDaley 0 Williams 8 Reniff "ty, 2-2 , x—Faced three men faced one man in 9th. r er bbso 7 3 3 2 5 L 0 0 0 0 ) 2 2 2 4 L 0 .0 1 1 in 9th; y— By United Standings in League remained changed after a schedule, with Wisconsin Rapids still at the top of th6 heap. The Senators took a pair frotn Dubuque, a close 6 - 5 4 contest Saturday night, and a Whopping 19-0 whitewash Sunday night. The victories helped Wisconsin Rapids hang onto the league lead, but it kept the Packers in the league basement along with Quincy. A pair of losses, 8-2, Saturday night, and 5-3 Sunday to Cedar Rapids kept the Jets there too. Gedar Rapids moved into the spot as Fox Cities dropped a pair to Burlington. This shifted the Bees to third place and Totals 40 14 131 Totals Score by innings: Trinity Lutheran 301 Coldbrook L 410 34 7 9 151 3 000 14 7 No. 5 split pushed a two - who HBP—By Williams. Stigman. U Soar, Stewart, Salerno, Runge. -2:19. A—29,176. ittst NYLON READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! * 4 -full plies of Safety-Fortified nylon * 7-rib non-skid tread design Long-wearing Firestone diene rubber ur, game series with Waterloo, into fourth slot. Clinton continued' the kind of playing that won the club the championship for the first half of the Class A loop's split season by beating Quad Cities twice. The victories kept the C-Sdx in second place. Monday's action places Dubuque at Fox Cities, Quincy at Waterloo, Burlington at Wisconsin Rapids, Clinton at Cedar Rapids, and Decatur at Quad Cities. Curtis Turner Takes First CARPENTERSVILLE, III. (UPI) — It took him 67 laps to do it but Curtis Turner, Roanoke, Va., finally shot ahead to stay in the 225-mile late model stock car race Sunday at Meadowdale Raceway. Turner fought a see-saw battle with John Rostek, Fort Collins, Colo., throughout much of the race but finally flashed ahead in his 1963 Ford to take first honors in thfe grueling 90 lap race. Officials halted the race with 25 miles left when the track began to break up in spots. A heavy downpour interrupted the race earlier for about a half hour. Don White, Keokuk, Iowa, finished second and John Kilbourn, Decatur, took third. Sal Tovella, Chicago, was fourth followed By Roger Rogeth, West Allis, Wis.; Ken Finley, Bridgeview; Neil Houston, Des Plaines; Eddie Mey- Glenview; Lee YEARS er, Champ grave, ign; Niles. and Drollingeri Elmer Mus- READ THE WANT ADSI 1 * 4 €.70-15 Tube-Typ* Blackwall *Plus tax and trade-in tire off your car,. 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