Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 10, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton, Illinois
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PAOE KXJHTEEN ALTON EVENtNO TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JW* 10,1980 Men Tee Off Saturday in Tourney Are Entered Ibis Year More than 190 hopefuls will tee 00 Saturday to start the first found of play in the Seventh An* nua! Alton Men's 36-hole medal Amateur Invitational QoU Tour- narifent at Rock Springs golf course. The field will be broken down Into classes for the second' round Of piny Sunday. The classes Include championship. A, B, and C divisions. The first three place finishers in each division wll be awarded przes. A total of $712.30 in merchandise will be awarded to the winners. Alew stalling times are still left and may be obtained at the starting tee Saturday morning. Assisting with the tourney will be the newly formed Alton Men's Golf Assn. Committees from the group have assisted Harold Bean, Recreation Department Director, with the planning and developing of the tournament. The toUrney was first held in 1954 with 85 golfers entered and has grown to the present field of 150. James Ashby, greens superintendent, has the course in good shape. . Rock Spring course will be closed to the public Saturday and Sunday, but Muny is now open to the public with the new number one fairway. Past winners entered this year; are Carl Colbom. Robert Mitch-! ell, and Walter Calvey. The starting times for Saturday morning with the players listed alphabetically are as follows: 2:00 Ashby. J. D. 9:04 Awe. R. R. 10:00 Barr. J. J. 12:08 Bartlow, R. A. 4:00 Bouillon, A. F. 8:32 Bergstrom, A. F. 9:12 Biek, J. 0. 9:44 Blederman, Bob 9:20 Bono. F. , 8:16 Bowen. E. 1:28 Bramley. K. Bredall. F.- - „• Brown. P. ..>-,; Brown, S. ' Buchanan. J. Buesch, N. Burgdorf, K. Calcarl. R. Catvey. W. Clifford, J. Colburn. C. Condellone, A. Costa. K. Crowder, I. Davis A. DeMoulln. B. Dial. E. Don el son. B. 9:28 Dupske. D. 9:52 Emit. R. 7:30 Fry. G. 9:04 Olenson. R. Hagen. G , . Hand, J. Handlon. J. Harmon. 'D. Harmon, G. Harris. Jack Hartman, C. Heck, A. Hull. C. C. Jamison. Wm. Kallal. Bob Kump. R. Kaesbehg. N. Kell, B. Klrkwood. D. Koziatek. T. Kllma, G. Kluge, P. Kravenek. J. Kulikowskl. J. Lamble. A. ' Lauer. C Lowery. .1. Lowery. M. Lutz. R. Maloney. F. Martin, R. MacDonald. A. Mann, C. Mathews. B. Maynard. J. B. Medlock. E. Medlock. D. McBrien, J. McReynolds, N. Mitchell, V. Mosele. V. Muehleman. B. Mueller. M. Murphy. D. Murplis. Bob Netzhammer. B. Nouhaus. R. Newbury, Ed. Newkirk, C. O'Leary. Doc Orr. H. Pericu. J Pfeffer, J. Pichee. Bob Purcell. L. Reedy. J. J. Reedy. J. T. Rlnehart. L. Ruyle, K. Sailer. L. Sak. S. Schmidt. C Schaeuel. O. Giants Make Bid curf..Sw*p _ T T i Dotibleheader For League Lead From MVille Sportllta JACK By ED WILKS had chawed Drysdale with four By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League ! Cleveland I Baltimore | New York Detroit Chicago Washington Kansas City Boston W. 28 29 25 24 26 20 20 l.i «• 0> *' 21 21 21 23 26 28 -TO 4 4 8% 9Vt .580 .543 .533 .531 .435 .417 333 ThnrMfay ReMilts Cleveland :!. Boston 2 Detroit 7-7, Baltimore 5-4 New York 5, Chicago 2 Kansas City 7. Washington 2 Friday Games Detroit at Washington (N) Kansas City at Baltimore (N)jgame scheduled. Associated Press Sports Writer |singles and a sacrifice fly by, San Francisco's slumping Oi-i Frank Torre, who was hitting for ant« shove off on what could be'Burdette. to get the rally rolling. a week of worries - seven days! Duke Snider, Wally Moon and against Milwaukee and Pittsburgh!Junior Gllliam homered for the they open a four-game se-' Dodgers, who have lost seven of MURRAYVTLLE - The Alton Jackson Chiefs swept a doubleheader from Murrayville here Thursday night in Central Illinois Softball League play, win- ries with the Braves tonight. their last 10 at home. The second place Giants slid , ~, „ *< Thn Reds came from behind on Archie Crotchett was the win. , two games behind Pittsburgh in; four runs with two out in the sev-|n'ng P«cher for Alton in the the National League race with a:<»nth. They got three on Jerry j first game, striking out five and '<* 7-4 loss to Cincinnati Thursday, Lym-h's home run off loser Jack j walking one. Garner absorbed 1: ',thpir sixth defeat in 11 games on Sanford. then counted the deeid-"w ««w. Biffing four and giving (ho home stand, while the Pirates ing run when reliever Billy O'DcIl "P no walks. rapppd Chicago's Cubs ll-Ii. wnlkrd Willie Jones with the bases The Chiefs scored four runs on iMilwaukec, 4% games behind \<>n>\<-<\. IMlcvc-r Hilly Loc.« then 1 five hits in the third frame to •in third place, made it seven out gave up solo homers by Vada Pin-jtakp the lead they never relin- ;of nine by coming from behind 1 son and Whltey Lockman in theiquished. ifor a 6-3 victory at Los Angeles eighth and ninth. Ralph Ebbler, Jim Carey and I Thursday night in the only other 1 Lefty Bill Henry saved it for Don Piarski each had two hits Nuxhall (1-2) by fanning The Braves won behind Lew'pinch-hitter Willey McCovey and for the Chiefs with Ebbler and Carey hitting doubles. Bob Cun- GETTING READY Mrs. A. G. Goveia, Alton, Hght, Miss Doris Phillips, Belleville, center, and Mrs. Herb Wickenhauser, Alton get ready to shoot a practice round at Lock haven Country Club Thursday to ttuie up for the forthcoming; Illinois Women's State Amateur Golf Tourney which will be held at Lockhaven starting June 20. Staff Photo. Sugar Ray Goes After Elusive ./ Crown Tonight Cleveland at New York (N) Chicago at Boston (N) iBurdettr <5-2> and reliever Joey• getting Willie Kirkland on a flyjningham and Paul Palermo each Saturday Games Jay at Los Angeles, after wiping i with the bases loaded in the i had douhles. Detroit at Washington out a '1-1 Dodger learl with five eighth. Ri | cy ant | o n1 j s <, acrj had two ; Kansas City at Baltimore (N» runs in the seventh against Don IXm Honk drove fu three ''""•'• j n jt s for Murrayville. Cleveland at New York Drysdalr (4-8). ;is the Pirates heal Glen Hobbiej ! Chicago at Boston. (2 — day- Ed Mathews' single scored the-(5-71 for the Ihird time. Bob might) j clincher for the Braves in thciKrifnd (7-3 > won it with two in- 1 seventh after Red Schoendienst! nings of hitless relief by Fredi National League lagged reliever Ed Roebuck for (Jmn after Bank* hit a Pittsburgh San Francisco Milwaukee j Cincinnati St. Louis Los Angeles Chicago Philadelphia W. L. Pet. GB. a three-run double. The Braves two-run homer in the sixth. 31 17 .646 BOSTON (API—Challenger Sugar Ray Robinson rules an 8-to-5 favorite lo keep his unbeaten re- p.m. Eastern Standard time) will! carry the scrap nationally with| 30 20 .600 23 18 .561 25 25 .500 22 26 .458 22 27 .449 18 25 .419 18 31 .367 Thumday Results Pittsburgh 11, Chicago 3 Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 4 Milwaukee 6. Los Angeles 5 Only games scheduled Friday Games Philadelphia al Chicago Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N) Cincinnati at Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco (N) Saturday Games Philadelphia at Chicago Pittsburgh at St. Louis Cincinnati at Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco 9:20 1:28 8:32 8:24 1:44 8:16 1:28 9:28 8:32 9:20 8:16 9:36 9:36 1:28 9.12 7:30 8:00 the Boston-Providence area> match record intact against cham- blacked out on TV, pion Paul Ponder tonight in a (wo 1 Robinson, stripped of his crown; state middleweight title fight. by the National Boxing Assn. andi "The entire gate receipts had suspended in New York which i been tied up by court orders • nevertheless recognizes the title hours before the noon weigh-In at i bout, is out to win the middle 1 the Massachusetts Boxing Com-'crown'for the sixth time in his i mission. ,22nd championship encounter. As 1 Fender, 11 years the junior of;the challenger he gets $105,000 ofi -10-year-old Sugar Ray, won the 1 the $150,000 TV money. New York-Massachusetts version; The gate receipts, which may: of the world 160 pound champion-' reach $100,000 off promoter Sam • ship by beating Robinson in a 15! Silverman's estimate of an 11,0001 round split decision here Jan. 22. 'attendance, were tied up late, Cleveland and Marts New Though a late Influx of money Thursday by restraining orders |Power, Cleveland, and Mans, New is expected to back the one-time| issued by Judge Charles Bolster! Rll ^'_' firenian from suburban Brookline,; in Superior Court. Robinson is the people's choice to Each fighter is supposed to re- win in the 15 rounder at Boston'ceive 30 per cent of the gate with ^ am] ^^ Nw ^ ^ 9:44 8:56 8:40 9:44 9:52 9:12 9:12 9:28 9:04 9:44 1:52 8:32 1:44 9:04 9:52 12:16 12:16 12:16 12:08 12:08 1:32 8:56 12:24 8:56 12:24 9:36 12:48 12:16 8:48 12:40 12:40 12:24 9:20 9:36 8:24 1:04 1:04 12:32 8:48 8:36 1:52 12:32 12:48 8:48 12:56 12:24 8:40 1:44 8:40 12:40 8:48 12:48 12:48 8:24 12:56 1:12 12:32 8:32 9:28 12:56 Schoen. O. 12:56 Smith, Earl 1:12 Starr. J. 1:04 Suhre. L. 1:52 Thiele, B 12:32 Umfleet. R. 1:04 Vuldez. f 12:08 Waason. E. 12:40 Walsh. C. J. 8:16 Warchol. L. 8:00 Williams. D. 1:36 Wintlade, B. 1:36 Winter. W. J. 1:36 Wohlerl, Bill 8:40 Wood, 0. 1:12 Wrest, Lee 8:08 Yenny. J. R. 1:36 Zak. L League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (bused on 100 or more at batsl —Runnels, Boston, .390; Runs — Mantle, New York, 44; 'Maris, New York, 34. Runs batted in — Hansen, Balti- In the second game Cliff Wis- idom hurled for the Chiefs, scat- seven hits, striking, out and walking two. Hall ; pitched for Murrayville and gave up only two hits, but both figured in the scoring. He struck out five and walked four. Stansfield had three hits for Murrayville. Saturday the Chiefs are at Monticello for a doubleheader and Sunday travel to Vandalia for another twin bill Wrigley Field.home of the Chicago Cubs, seems to have strange things happen at least once every year due to confusion on an umpire's thinking. Veeck may have his shooting candle score board, but Wrigley Held has its human errors which make up for thr second-division playing of the Cubs. Last year, remember the two baseball act put on when the Cardinals were in town. Stan Muslal was thrown out at second base when plate umpire Vic Delmore inserted another ball in play after the first one got by the catcher on a third strike. The catcher whipped the ball to swond which went Into renter flold. Meanwhile, Alvta Dark wa» running down tbe hall that rolled to the screen and 4hmv to second base where Muslal was out. Muslal seeing the first ball go wild Int6 renter Held took off for second only to be cut down by Dark's throw on the second ball In play at the time. ! The umpires made another mistake Wednesday afternoon that a ground ball that Was thrown wildly at first base. The throw banked off the Pirate's bat nek and Ashburn took off tor second. Pirate second baseman Bill Maz- erosW quickly ran down tt« wild pitch and pegged a flttOw to second which caught Athbum. Umpire Dd V«fg«, * fMkfe, rated AflMrar* art ud * upy discussion fMMWM umpires Jocko Angle IMMteJH reventaf ffte decision Mjfcif thtt Artban win safe becanae flu tat fMk which Is located MM to tte dugout in coMtdered put of the bench and the ranwr It entitled to an extra 1*M. What made it bad was that Vargo did not know this was in the ground rules and made the decision from lack of knowledge. Broadcaster Charlie Grimm pointed out, the ground rules are printed on the back of the official lineup card which is turned to the plate umpire at the start Of the game. It seems the umpires should know the rules, but in Wrigley field some of the arbitrators get confused. created confusion. Richie Ashburn of the Cubs hit! Off to College-Bud Vallio, Ed. __—j wardsville High School cage and | football player, will enroll at 'Central Missouri College at War- jrenburg. Earlier this week, Alton back, Floyd Raglin, announced I he was going to the same school. I Carl Wortham, 6-2 center for | the Granite City Warrior basket- I ball team, will enroll at Quincy j College next fall. Warren Spahn Goes Against Sad Sam Jones Chiefs (•) Player AB R H Player Cun'ham 3 0 1 Garner 1 Stansfield I Stone 1 Pate 2 Rlley SAN FRANCISCO (AP) —. A IpaJr of aces. Warren Spahn and Murrayville (3^ gara Jones, open a showdown'to- Harvey 1 Burmester 4 •Palermo 3 Piarski 4 Ebbler :i Carey 3 Calvin 2 Burke 2 Curtis AB RH 300 3 0 1 :i i 1 ooo 2 1 2 'i 0 1 302 300 Fortado 300 Schlllinger 3 I 1 B.Heaton .100 Crotchet! 300 H.Barry 1 1 Totals 30 611 Totals 35 3 8 FIRST GAME INNING: 1234567 RHE I Chiefs Murrayville 004002 0—6 11 1 012000 0—3 8 2 GAME Chiefs (2) night as the Milwaukee Braves! battle the San Francisco Giants in | the first of a four-game series. | Second place in the National | League could be at stake since the j EVANSTON, 111. <&>— Cats to Play 1 Hint Irish western will renew its football series with Notre Dame and San Francisco lost to the Cin-i Illinois will resume' Its tradi- Giants, currently in a slump, hold the spot with the Braves in third. cinnati Reds 7-4 Thursday as Jerry Lynch. Vada Pinson and VVhitey Lockman all homered for the visitors while the Giants col- tional windup spot on the Northwestern schedule In 1965 and 1966. Ten-game schedules for the Player ABRH Player ABRH|,ected jUSt five hits. Curtis Stansfield Stone Riley Pate H.Barry Gustlne B.Heaton Hall Fortado 0 1 Burmester 2 0 o! 403 Carey 401 Palermo 2 0 1 Ptarskl :i 0 0 Ebbler 300 Stewart 000 R.Smlth •,', 0 0 Chappell 300 Wisdom 3 0 1 3 1 2 1 1 200 200 300 200 200 200 Giants Manager Bill two years were announced Rigney i Northwstern today. by kept the press cooling its collec-i The current series with Notre Totals 28 INNING: Murrayville Chiefs tive heels nearly half hour after the game. When the newsmen did shuffle into his office, Rigney observed: "That's just amazing, just oooooo o-o " ^! am azin S. amazing. It's just amaz-j Totals 20 2 2 Garden. • the balance going to Silverman. Fight Results to appear in a rescheduled bout! 16 which led to Sugar's j in Maryland and New; Philadelphia, outpointed (York. Stanley Hayward, 15CH4, Phila-1 Local promoter Nuno Cam delphia, 8. brought an injunction against Sil- Sherbrooke, Que.—Burke Erne-Overman and the Boston Garden ry, 169, Sherbrooke. knocked out!Arena Corp. claiming Silverman 6. of an oral 3. Chicago 6; nine DRESDEN LIKES HIM! LOS ANGELES— Manager Charley Dressen of the Milwaukee Braves has a pat and a chuck on the chin for second baseman Red Schoendienst, whose bases-loaded double accounted for three runs in the Braves five-run seventh inning against the Dodgers at Los Angeles last night. Milwaukee won (>-5. (AP Wirephoto). Dame began last year and will extend through 1962. After a two-year lapse it will be resumed in 1965 on a home-and- home basis. Starting next fall, Illinois dooiofx—2 2 11ing how we don't hit." iand Northwestern will meet in The Giants have lost three ofi an earl y season game for four years. After they will play in the season finale. Northwestern will oppose se». en Big Ten and three non-conference teams in 1965 and 1966. Besides Notre Dame, North western will play Florida anc* Oregon State on a home-and- home basis. Fight Results Dartmouth, N. S. — Guy La their last four Barnes and six in Conte. 150, Boston, outpointed i Joey Durelle, 148, Baie Ste. Anne, 11 in their current home stand. They lost only five of the first 19 they played in Candlestick Park. i Glasgow. Scotland — Chic Cal-j Rigney indicated further jug- 'derwood, Scotland, stopped John-igling of his lineup when he said, iny Halafihi, Tonga, 12, light- j "We'll have to come up with some heavyweights (for British Empire sort of an idea to get two hits in title). a row. Home runs — Maris, New York. (jl'lOlCS LoSC 16; Lemon, Washington, 12. Stolen bases— Aparicio, Chicago, 15; Minoso, Chicago, and Pier- sail, Cleveland, 9. Pitching (based on 5 or more Indians, Tigers Currently Eddie Arcaro Gets Big Chance in Belmont Race NEW YORK (AP>—Five weeks iskm. His last winner was with ley, ClUcago, b-1. Strikeouts — Pascual. Washington. 84; Bell, Cleveland, 70. On Winning Binge in AL National League Batting (based on 100 or moreig^g at bats) — Clemente, Pittsburgh, .353; Curry. Philadelphia, .342. Runs — Skinner, Pittsburgh, 40; Pinson, Cincinnati. 37. By BP WILKS Asociated Press Sports Writer The Cleveland Indians, leading the American League by l l a egg, s'.'vrn on a pair of dome runs b\ Frank Boiling, who drove in five runs to beat reliever Arnie Porto- icarrero (3-2) in the opener. Then ! the Tiger second baseman trig- igered a five-run fifth with a two- It's so *rrmrt Owning a Dart 'm such fun! So roomy and comfortable. looking. easy on gas and low in price.* /.^ No wonder Dart w America's fastest growing low-priced favorite! __ . -^ -, » it f O ' * v ' v * *•* *»»*. i i*ti 11 mi i* ivn n v»i \/~ Yankee Stadium for the opener of ;nm homer &a DetnjJt w , d a four-game series tonight in showdown with the revived New and two defeats later, Eddie Ar-j Nashua in 1955. Before that he I Runs batted in — Banks, Chica-; euro gets his chance Saturday to| won with One Count (1952), Cita-lgo- **; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 43.: put Kentucky Derby winner Venc-; lion (1948), Pavot (1945). Shut! Hits — Clemente. Pittsburgh, tian Way back on the victory trial'Out <1942> ;md Whirlawiiy (1941).'71; Pinson, Cincinnati, 68. , in the 92nd running of the $125,000- Tin- presence of Arcaro on his Doubles — Robinson, Cincinnati, added Belmont Stakes. York Yankees. to trat 7 5 to Detlolt - 7 ' J ' i at Boston with a 3-2 decision over ce Red Sox buck is almost certain to shorten (I* Pinson. Cincinnati, and Groat ''^j lil jJ, 0l Js hours''^^ ed^a Eddie also has an opportunity! the odds on Venetian Way. But j Pittsburgh, 13. ,to set a personal record of seven .Bally Ache, the Turfland Syndi- Triples - Pinson, Cincinnati, 6;, . „ , I victories in the 1'i-mile test for, cate's $1,250,000 purchase after Skinner, Pittsburgh, and Kirk- i ™'™ as «£ J'^J h and5 Se l3,vear old horses. < winning the Preakness, remained land, San Francisco, 5. SeTLr aSh^feSir. eidht ! Trainer Vic Sovinski announced j the firm 8-5 choice as the names Home runs - Banks, Chicago i"™°' es meir WMn aeiedl '" L * ni j late Thursday that he had decided ! of the horses were dropped into I and Boyer, St. Louis, 14. > ' on the 44-year-old Arcaro as the!the entry box this morning, Bally! Stolen bases - Pinson, Cincin-| The Yankees, 3 '„ games behind rider of the chestnut colt from Ache also won the Jersery derby, nati, and Mays, San Francisco, 13.: *f tei< winning five of their last 2-1 Baltimore lead and beat Hal (Skinny) Brown (5-2). Mickey Mantle's two-run homer in the fourth inning, his llth oi the year, did it for the Yankees. ; Rookie Johnny James (2-0) ( it in relief. Frank Baumann ! was the loser. So nice (and easy) to own! rider of the chestnut colt from Ache also won the Jersery derby, nati. and Mays, San Francisco, 13. .wer winning five of their test ! Isaac Blumberg's Sunny Blue edging C. V. Whitney's Tompion; Pitching (based on 3 or more i six, made it three straight over JFarm in the last of the triple • I nu ding dung duel. ; decisions) - Law, Pittsburgh, 8- 1 Chicago a a-2 victory that id-own classics. ' Eight horses are expected to be. 2: Santord, San Francisco. 6-2. ! spilled the White Sox to fifth. .002 Arcaro almost got the Venetian entered. If eight run, the purse Strikeouts - Drysdale, Los .Mi- j percentage points behind Detroit. i Way assignment in the Kentucky will be a record $152,150. All carry B^les, «>; Friend, Pittsburgh, 76. Kansas City ended its losing | Derby. But on the eve of the May ' 126 pounds. 17 race, Sovinski decided lo stick II WTI NAIA Tourney Jaekson Faces Wind Hampers Oklahoma City Golf Players iwith out-spoken Bill Hartack. Since winning the derby by 3' a j lengths, Venetian has finished I fifth in the Pivakness and fourth I in the Jersey derby. Eddie has ridden in ever.\ H i imont slakes since 1907 < >. 1943, when he was under s>!<,/. n I,, Final Round Haddix Toni § ht H u t , „ ST. LOUIS (AP. -Larry Jack-.Hawkins <«> needed two rnnings laon, the Cardinals' one-man pitch-1 of ^ hlt ; bhu !° u ', ^ b >' John - string at five with a 7-2 victory at Washington. A sixth-inning home run by George Strickland, the first 1 of ', the year by the Cleveland third i baseman, hung the defeat on Bill ' Monoouquette (5-3». Rookie Wynn BKMIDJI, Minn. (AP) - Tightison, Elks Squeeze By Mi. Olive for both individual and team titles developed today as tlie National Assn. ol Intercollegiate Athi NAIA) golf championships ing staff, shoots for his seventh »»!• »• • i • *• , •. Khppstein for his first victory victory in a row tonight against; in three decisions. The Tigers made it six out ol the Pittsburgh Pirates. His sixj_ straight mark is the best in thei n j, igs f ol a 1.65 eanitxi run aver-1 »,?.-*.: « • ' r lu'.ul into the final round. 'National League. ago . WilliamWrighioi Western Wash-J Opposing him will be Harvey iuyionaiulLamar College oi Beau-illaildix. who has made a career nwi wnvfA PITS- fAPi Th MOUNT OLIVE — Th Alton :noiii. Te\., ltd in the two dlvi- ol beating Si. Louis since his (ie- OKLAHOMA^Crn iAP> — Hie Klk ^ Knou ,. v Lettjjue ba.-pnuli siuiis. but Thursday's r o u 11 d, panure from the Cardinals. south wind - alvvajs a factor in ^ won f| ^ n Moum o , jv .. ^ bum , hl , d ,| ul i ell . Pl . s willlin 8trik . Caldm .,, Malias ,. r ^ h - Ht , mus Oklahoma goll tournaments_- re- , Tnursda> . behind , he ( oui , hil i,, B disiamv. sa dl> ad.uife thai "my "big four Tom June* who Carl Snelsou ol Central OWa-, pitching staff has shrunk to the j struck out 13. hoinu Slate blistered the Btmidji | big-one." That is Jackson. Danny Gantz turned in a Town and Country Club course' Ron Kline has tailed to go be- Thursday after being cataJ'pj^hj,,,, several days but it didn't stop; a Ernie Vossler and Bobby Goetzj from grabbing (be l*ad ip the first rourtd of the Oklahoma City Open. Vossler, a veteran from Mid- sparkling defensive game and, with 'j-uiidei -par 69 to move within contributed a single and two two strokes of Wright. Wright, stolen bases to the offense. Den- with a 54-hule total oi 216, was yond five imiuigs his last threej times out. Bob Miller was a three-! inning disappointment last Tues-i ; y Woo/ of Alton led all hitters • one-under-par Thursday. jday and 19-year-old Ray Sadecki land, Tex., and Gottx, • rookie on| W itii two hits. Pre tourney favoriteLamar, run-jseems to be a talented boy trying tbr pn>ies*ional circuit iron Tul-, Goldacker was tb« loting pilch- iifrup last year at Quincy, 111.,!to do a mans job. •A, Okla. tired 5-under oar 66'* el altiiouifii he struck out 15 bat- lost ground in the third round to' Only once in his last six starts over the 6,440->ard, par 71 Twin Iei5 A IW01 . defense led to rn» I'eniral Oklahoma. Only *ixjj;u-k»on failed to finish a game. 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