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10 Gofesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Soturdoy, Aug. 17, 1963 Libel Suit Will Be Sent to Jury Early Next Week By LEON DANIEL United Press International ATLANTA (UPI) — Attorneys in Wallace Butts' $10 million libel suit against the Saturday Evening Post sharpened their final arguments today for the curtain ringer next week to one of college football's sharpest controversies. The trial was in recess today and Sunday following two weeks of testimony and arguments in federal court The 12-man jury is expected to get the case late Monday after final summations are concluded and Federal Judge Lewis R. Morgan instructs them. Butts, the round little man who once led powerful football teams from the University of Georgia to Southeastern Conference championships and into the nation's bowl games, was pictured alter- Twin Bill Slated for Cleveland By -THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cleveland's Municipal Stadium, which has had a somewhat deserted look for baseball this summer, may strain under the weight of upwards of 80.000 fans tonight for a doubleheader—in pro football. Prospects are better than average for an all-time Cleveland crowd as the Detroit Lions play the New York Giants and the Cleveland Browns face the Baltimore Colts in a pair of National Football League exhibition games. All 67,000 reserved seats have been sold and 13,000 unreserved seats and some standing room tickets will go on sale 2Vi> hours before the first game starts at 6:30 p.m., EDT. The Cleveland football record is 82,872, set by the Browns and the Giants in a regular season NFL game in 1960. The big doubleheader, a repeat of an attraction that drew 77,683 last year, is the feature of a packed Saturday pro football exhibition program. Four other games are scheduled, with Green Bay at Dallas and Minnesota at Los Angeles in the NFL, and Kansas City vs. Oakland at Seattle and San Diego at Denver in the AFL. The heavy weekend program was kicked off Friday night with three games. In the National League, the St. Louis Cardinals made their pre-season debut a happy one, edging the San Francisco 49ers at Salt Lake City, 24-22; and the Pittsburgh Steelers whipped the Philadelphia Eagles 24-13 at Bethlehem, Pa. In the lone AFL game, the Buffalo Bi­ sons overwhelmed the New York Everywhere you look there's a WHITE ROOF WHITE'S INSULATION 342-0185 nately Friday of a lover of night life and a man ruined by a slanderous story. The Post claimed in an issue last March that Butts, while athletic director at Georgia, gave away football secrets to Alabama coach Paul (Bear) Bryant prior to last fall's Alabama-Georgia football game. Both heatedly denied the allegations and both sued for $10 million. Bryant's suit is still pending in the federal court in Birmingham Jets at Buffalo, 23-8. where Post attorneys are trying ! to get it moved to another state because they claim they can't get a fair trial in the popular coach's home territory. Shouts To Jury In the opening of final arguments in the Butts suit Friday, Butts' attorney shouted' to the jury that the career of the former coach and athletic director was "ruined" and Butts was "heart broken and a shell of his former self." "March 18 was the blackest day to Wallace Butts that could ever befall any man," the attor ney, Allen Lockerman, said. "That was the day the article hit the newsstands. On that day Wallace Butts became ashamed, heartbroken, just a shell of him self." Post attorney Welborn Cody contended that Butts "snapped" because of too much night life and had plunged to the point where his best friends said he had "lost his character." Cody said Butts was asked to resign as coach after 22 years because of his personal conduct but permitted to remain at the school as athletic director. "This same night life" led to Butts' forced resignation as athletic director, Cody said. Tells Of Notes Speaking of the notes Atlanta insuranceman George Burnett testified he made in overhearing a telephone conversation between Butts and Bryant nine days before Alabama walloped Georgia 35-0, Cody said: "These notes were made by an amateur, not a football coach. "A lot of them don 't make any sense. But there is a lot in these notes." Cody emphasized a notation Burnett made on the final page of the notes: "Give Wally a" ring Sunday." "This call (Sunday) from Bear Bryant to Wally Butts lasted an hour and seven minutes," Cody said "And Butts and Bryant now say they do not remember such a call." V Ai •ffp Li* uiL-. UPSET—Chuck McKinley, America's No. 1 tennis performer, loses his hat in attempting to maintain his volley with Mexico's Rafael Osuna. Action took place during the third set of their Davis Cup match in Los Angeles. Osuna whipped McKinley, 6 -2, in this set and went on to upset the American performer. UNIFAX Giants Beaten Badly By Cards; Hart Hit Again Yanks Pull Away Without Services of Super Stars CHICAGO (AP)-The New York. a 4-2 victory. It was the most ager Ralph Houk after the game, Yankees keep pulling away In j homers in a single inning this "is because Hector Lopez is doing what once was called the Ameri-, season for the Yanks. such a great job for us in the Out- can League pennant race and they keep doin^ it without the continued services of such stars as Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris and Tony Kubek. The trio was out with injuries when they opened a four-game series with the Chicago White Sox Friday night, and for eight in* nings it looked as if the Yankees were going to suffer because of it. So what did the Yankees do? They waited until the ninth inning and slammed three home runs for Aledo Defeats Scrappers, 9-4, As Errors Help Errors proved to be the downfall of Galesburg Bill's Scrappers in a girls' softball. game with Aledo Thursday night in the Aledo park. Aledo won, 9-4. Aledo jumped off to an early 6 to 0 lead before the Scrappers tallied one in the fourth and three more in the sixth. Cooper, Aledo pitcher, rapped four for four to head the Aledoans' attack, while Mallin and Daniels each had three safe blows for the Scrappers. This was the fifth loss against four wins for the Scrappers this year. Schedule conflicts have cancelled the Scrappers' appearance this year in a game at the Dwight Reformatory. Manager Bill Costello's team will practice Tuesday evening on the Corpus Christi field. Aledo (9*, ab r h Greer 4 0 0 1 2 2 3 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 Sloan 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 Scrapptri (4) ab r h Fero Price Wilklns Mallin Banks H.Daniels Asplund M.Davis L.Shy 3 0 Totals 34 4 13| Totals 33 9 15 Score by innings: Bill's Scrappers 000 103 0—4 Aledo . 402 030 0—9 Hollenbeck 4 Haney 4 Cooper 4 Bridgeford 4 Finch 3 0 2|Letorler 3 0 2|Harroun READ THE WANT ADS1 Trailing 2-0 In the ninth, TotJ fieId ' Tresh homered after 13 Yankees "Nobody can take Mantle's had been retired in order. Then Place, of course, but I don't be- when Elston Howard drew a pass, Heve there's a better substitute Hector Lopez followed with the \ any place than Lopez. I don't game-winning blow. Clete Boyer, know what we would have don« without him." Lopez, 31, is a soft-spoken came to the also homered off shell-shocked Juan Pizarro, but Lopez' blast was the winner. , Panamanian who "One of the reasons we've been Yanke * s <flj ln fjf Jf9 season in a big trade with the Kansas City A's. The Yankees finished third that year but Lopez since has cashed three World Series checks and is looking forward to another one this year. One of the reasons he is such a favorite with Houk is the ability Light-footed to hit after 8 ettLl S two strikes on „ him. "He's the best two-strike hitter in baseball," says Houk. "He has come through with at least 15 key hits this year with two strikes on him." The fight will be carried to a I doesn't know why he hits national television audience from. so well with two strikes on him and the pitcher at an advantage. "I just like to hit with two strikes on me," he says. "It seems that I get a better look at the ball when I have two strikes on me. But. I had only one strike when I hit the homer tonight." able to stay on top," said Man- Rodriquez and Denny Moyer to Battle Tonight MIAMI (UPI) Louis Rodriquez dons his red, white and blue trunks tonight and takes on slugger Denny Moyer with visions of reclaiming the world's welterweight crown. the convention hall here at 10 p.m., EDT. Rodriquez won the welterweight title last January from Emile Griffith on a unanimous decision, and then gave it back to Griffith in June on a split decision. Blatz Warriors Host Peoria Sunday at H.T. Custer Park Galesburg's Blatz Warriors, who have compiled a 14-5 season record date, will be out after win No. 15 Sunday night when they host the Illinois Furniture team of Peoria on the H. T. Custer Park diamond. . Illinois Furniture is a member of the rugged Sunday Morning League in Peoria. Field manager Jim Lester will probably send righthander Rusty Potter to the Hill tomorrow night. The veteran moundsman has had a successful season for the Blatz team. Leading hitter for Blatz so far this season is Emil Hansen who is clubbing the ball at an impressive .429 clip. Hansen plays at catcher and outfield for the Warriors. Game time Sunday night is set for 7:45. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ST. LOUIS (AP)—"It's rough i Everyone did what they were when they hit 'em like that," said! supposed to do, and whenever San Francisco Manager Al Dark the gloomy Giant dressing in Maury Wills stole 17 bases in 19 attempts against the Pittsburgh Pirates last season. baseball White Sox vs. Yankees v WGI1 RADIO THE SOUND CIT I Z £ N 1400 ON YOUR DIAL room after St. Louis battered his club with 18 hits to take a 13-0 victory Friday night, you shut out the Giants, brother, you're- doing something." Simmons said he couldn't remember even getting into and out of a jam as quickly as he did in "But when they chop up two of I tne first inning when the first my men, its doubly rough," said t h re e Giants singled. "In fact," Dark. i he said, "I don't remember ever Dark referred to Cardinal Curt Flood's single which split the pitching hand of Giant right-hand­ er Jim Duffalo, and left-hander Curt Simmon's beaning of third ™ u *£ fa'trouWe baseman Jim Hart. being greeted by three straight hits." The southpaw said he never thought after the first inning that A physician used six stitches to sew up Duffalo's hand, putting him out of action for at least two weeks. Hart, knocked unconscious by the Simmons fast ball, was taken to a hospital for X-rays. "But," Dark said. "You've got to hand it to those Cardinals for playing ball like they did out there." Cardinal Manager Johnny Keane, smoking a cigar, said: "This is one of the finest examples of good ball playing—pitching, hitting and fielding — I've seen the Cardinals come up with. The Cardinal victory pulled St. Louis to within a game of the second-place Giants but kept them five games behind league- leading Los Angeles, who beat the New York's Mets 9-7. Juan Marichal, 18-6, was scheduled to pitch for the Giants today against the Card's Ernie Broglio, 13-8. Oilers Release Three Friday HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - The Houston Oilers released three rookies Friday, among them Randall Kerbow of Rice. Waivers were asked on Kerbow as well as on Butch Pressley, a halfback from Texas A&I, and Paul Lea, defensive halfback from Oklahoma. Pro Football By The Associated Press (Exhibition Games) AMERICAN LEAGUE Buffalo 23, New York 8 NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 24, Philadelphia 13 St. Louis 24, San Francisco 22 Wright Fires Hole-in-One In Tournament ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP)— Mickey Wright boomed a 222-yard hole-in-one and toured the long and tough Paradise Hills Country Club course in three-under-par 69 Friday for the first-round lead in the $11,000, 54-hole Albuquerque Swing Parade Women's Golf Tournament. The 69 gave her a two-stroke edge over Peggy Wilson, a former Austin, Tex., physical education instructor who slipped around the course in obscurity. "It wasn't a very spectacular round," long-hitting Mickey commented afterward. "I struggled just to stay even until the 16th." It was there that she belted a two-iron shot which bounced twice and rolled about four feet into the cup. Mickey and her gallery did not know it was in because the cup was out of sight behind a mound on the green. ONE COMPLETE Homeowners Policy PROTECTS All Your Property RUSS BARSTOW CHANDLER-HJNCHMAN AGENCY 240 E. SIMMONS Russ Barstow ;: Lotus Regan 342-1159 IN DOWNTOWN GALESBURG YOUR PRESCRIPTION HEADQUARTERS SUN. M0N.-TUES. SALE BACK TO SCHOOL AT DISCOUNT PRICES. 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