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Friday, June 10, 1960
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FRIDAY, JUNE 10,1960 ALTON EV1W1NO TELEGRAPH Banks Hits, But Cubs Can't Solve Bob Friend CHtCAOO (AP) - Ernie Banks melded the biggest stick in the National League Thursday, but the Chicago Cubs took a 11-3 licking from the tint-place Pittsburgh Pirates. Banks hit a two-run homer in the sixth. The homer-Ms 14th— tied him with Ren Boyer of St. Loots for the National League lead. His two RBts gave him the league lead in that department with 44. Timely hitting and a shaky Chicago defense allowed the Bucs to win their series with the Cubs 24. The victory elevated Plttt- burgh two full games ahead of the San Francisco Giants, who dropped a 7-4 decision to Cincinnati. Although they didn't need them, the Bucs pushed across five runs In the ninth on only two hits. This gave Bob Friend his seventh victory against three defeats, although the Buc veteran left the game after seven innings in which he gave up seven hits. Bob Skinner's single to center was the only solid Mow In the five-run Pirate ninth. Three walks and two Cub errors did most of the damage. The loser was starter Glen Hobble (5-7). He was chased in the fourth and succeeded by Seth Morehead and Dick Drott. The Cubs will host Philadelphia today with Chicago's Mark Freeman (0-0) going against Jim Owens (3-5). The New York Yankees whipped the White Sox for the third straight, time, 5-2, and replaced the Chicagoans at third place In the American League race. The Yankee's 12-hlt attack was sparked by Mickey Mantle's third home run in two days. Relief pitcher Johnny James held the Sox hitless in the fifth and sixth innings after replacing starter Ralph Terry, who bowed out for a pinch hitter. Bobby Shantz who followed James, the winning pitcher, allowed only one harmless hit in the last three innings. Frank Baumann was the losing pitcher. Benton Coach Leaves School BENTON, 111. dP»—Ralph Da vison resigned Thursday as all sport coach at Benton High School to accept a Job as basketball coach at Beardstown High School. Davison's Benton teams play, ed in the South Sevtfl Ooflfet* ence. tn 1959, Duvteori's bftakct. ball team was among the Sweet 16 in the state basketball tournament. Hl» 1936 football team won the South Seven Conference championship. Davlson was a graduate of Johnston City High School and Southern Illinois University. In addition to coaching, Davlson will have a classroom assignment In Beardstown. A single by Luis Aparldo scored Jim Landis In the third for CM- cage's first run. Then Aparldo stole second, advanced to third or Nellie's Fox's bunt single and scored on Minnie Minoso's sacri flee fly. The Sox move to Boston tonight where Russ Kemmerer (2-3) faces Tom Brewer (4-5). BEST TIRE BUYS! ASSOCIATE STORE GUARANTEED FOR TREAD UK OF TIRI: Alt tOAP HAZARD gssw.-." , tjlowouti. cui». «ml bruUH. 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TUI 9 Dial HO 2-5931 Lopsided Scorn Mark Senior Church Pliy Sluftnts wen flw order of V day in Senior Church League softball play Thursday evening as most of the winners won with lopsided scores. Brown Street racked Stanford Avenue 27-12: Elm Street rolled over Edwards Street 17-4; Upper Alton outlasted Main Street 2015; ft. Mary's defeated .Pint Christian 1MO; Delhi edged HOIerest tt-T; Alton Pint Baptist nipped PoattrDurg 84 and Faith Lutheran won on a forfeit by College Avenue. ' Gallaway Hits Hole in One KANSAS CITY, Mo - (Special) -Matt Gallaway, Alton, fired a 73 In a practice round at the Indian Hills Country Club capped by a hole In one on number 13. par three 175 yards with a six Iron while tunning up for the Missouri Seniors meet Thursday. Gallaway is celebrating his 50th year in golf. Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Havana 5, Toronto 2 (13 innings) Columbus 7, Buffalo 2 Montreal 2, Miami 0 Richmond 5, Rochester 4 Pacific Coast League Spokane 6, San Diego 3 Seattle 1, Salt Lake 0 Sacramento 9, Portland 1 Vancouver 6, Tacoma 0 American AMR* Denver 13, Dallas-Fort Worth 12 Louisville 5, Minneapolis 2 -St. Paul 3, Indianapolis 1 Houston 6, Charleston 2 Waukegan Man Wins Medalist Honors CHICAGO (AP) — Michael Stolarik of Waukegan, former Illinois state amateur golf champion, won medalist honors Thursday among the 10 Chicago area qualifiers for the National Public Links Tournament starting July 11 in Honolulu. He scored 66-70—136 over the north and south courses at White Pines golf club. Other qualifiers and their scores include: Dante Vicini. 47, of Ottawa's Pine Hills Club 70-71—141; Stan Pawlowski, former Aurora dry champion, 72-70—142; Julio Cam pagni, Waukegan bowling proprietor, 69-74-143. Yesterday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hitting —Frank Boiling, Tigers drove in five runs with two homers and a double in twi-nigh doubleheader sweep over Orioles winning the opener 7-5 with a two- run homer and triggering a fifth inning comeback with another two-run shot for a 74 decision in the second game. Pitching — Bill Henry, Reds saved 7-4 victory over the Giants with 1 2-3 innings of perfect relief, striking out Willie McCovey and retiring Willie Kirkland on a fly with bases loaded in the eighth. On May 28, tttto column told of a ihowotf boat pilot who endangered other craft and per* sons. A Medora reader who owns a test boat, twin 70-hp motors on a runabout, has since suggested that responsible boat* owners be deputized to Issue arrest summonses whenever vio> attohs of federal and state boating laws are seen. Especially of reckless and negligent operation of boats.' The reader said the deputies would operate fast boats, such as his, capable of catching violators. The rivers are so vast that t is nearly physically impossible for the Conservation Department o police all the waters or to tave authorized personnel spac- OOT WHERE THE COUffTKT CM TEA! A THICK TO MECES- Chevy mlddleweights get % more work done in a day! Where (toy **d *o deliver t,300 gattoni of liquefied petroleum got in other trucks, Petrolane CM Service of Long Beach, California, eon now deliver 3,500 gallant • mavl That't 7 day* a week usually, over back trails and up into high rock country with maximum GVW load*. And with Chevy't Tortion- Spring Ride paving ever* foot of the W "You don't get «n« more fatting on washboard rood* them moudoine pastenger car, or or* tidetway on curvet" taut driver Bernie Stone. "I toed to take tome rough rood* at from 5 to S mile* e* hour. Now I can ge 30 over them* Petrolane hat over 300 Chevrolet hauling for them. If you think we're excited about Chevy'* independent front nopen- akm. you ought to talk to the truck ownen who aie profiting by it TheyTJ t«0 yw Chevy'i torttoav apring design fc the hottest thing to bit the industry since trucks be- ijMk Drive one-that'i the proof, abort tod tweet WORTH MORE BECAUSE THEY WORK MORE! CHEVROtfTSTURDI Bill TRUCKS River Ripples •• art Outdoors . i with flitrohl BrnnH •As you know, with Just g«n era! information, sod) as was given m your letter and column, therehin't anytntet « crate on which to work. Wa aw more anxkws than anyone to curb this type of operation and this to the main leasbn the Boat Act was put Into effect, so thai these operators can be identified by number, and then the neces sary steps can be taken to cor* rect violations. Our assistant, chief law enforcement officer, Lewi* Cox, spent the previous weekends checking and observing boats in your area. "I will leave it up to Cox or Oruenewald to answer your questions on volunteers as deputies, but it is my understanadlng that this plan in the past has been ed all along the waterways added. This writer wrote to Fred Parker, supervisor, Boat Registration and Safety, Department of Conservation at Springfield. We sent him the clipping of the showoff pilot and the suggestion by the Medora reader. Parker replied in part: Need Definite Information 'I am referring this to our Law Enforcement Division and they will look into the matter immediately. In this regard, we need definite information on careless and reckless operation, such as the number of the boat or the name of the operator, and then we have something to go on. he i unsatisfactory. 1 Enjoyed fish Fry The Alton Pirates Outboard Boating dub enjoyed a fish fry last Sunday at its clubhouse on Piasa Creek. Members, families and guests had 150 pounds of buffalo, carp and perch caught by Vice Comm. W. (Blmckle) Wills, and Ed Helm. The fish was fried by Hank Steward. Alden Colston was chairman of the refreshment committee assisted by co-chairmen, Wills and Gary Crathto. Comm. BUI Taylor said the club will make a gypsy cruise on the Illinois River Sunday, June 26, beginning at 9:30 a.m. from the clubhouse. Edgar Wilson is the fleet captain. The club's fourth annual Boat fteen to wt for Sunday. Aof. 7, with #(*• Itflfttfer 2900 Rod- ten Ave., as race chairman. Fish An WHH8 Mn, tern DIMM at the Oflwd Fishing Spot, five mites west of Hardin, reported mat for the first time since March 29, permanent docks on the slough there are out of water. Most important, the fish are biting. Two Granite City men tended 28 crappie there Tuesday. All boats there have been numbered and Inspected and life jackets an available for rental. Unfortunately, plans to offer bait there have been delayed, Mrs. Dixon •aid. •oat Races Sunday Don't forget the All-America Regatta Sunday at Clifton Ter race beginning at 1 p.m. You'll see some terrific action among the semi-pro and professional drivers from three racing associations from St. Louis, Kansas City and Springield, 111., all of whom said they planned to com pete for $1,800 prize money. In racing circles that amount of prize money is no small potatoes and the pilots come out to win. There will be 12 events and if the weather and water conditions are ideal, you' may see speeds up to 90 miles an hour. Wind whipped waves, debris, or wakes from pleasure or commercial boats could be handicaps to reaching such high speeds. In event of heavy rain at post time, the races may be postponed until the following Sunday. ._j*n THI OZARKS RANCH RISORT •WIMMH** STMCTIY MODIIN COTTAMI •fSSl Diueieus MIAU mt UTIA'MODUN DININ* IOOM —— BADMINTON—TINNII—r» SHIimilOARD—DAMON* MSHIN0—MOMIS—PONIIt _ HAYMDIS—PLAYGROUND 21 *"l WML MMflT V4C4TION S*91t ONLY IS MILIS Phone Steelvlll* Mo.. SI) Mill 1 Write «r MM my N. «r ST. iOUIS NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON OAK LANE FISHING RESORT MR. and MRS. BEN HOLTWI8CH. Owner*. Telephone FBontler 2-88«5 Housekeeping and tourist cabins, picnic grounds with tables, fireplaces end playground eauip- ment for children. Large new pavilion and refreshments. Showers on the premises. CAIINS %A r>r *f» tINTED •» including fishing. Fishing and Picnicking $ <fl 00 Per (without cabin) J- family. SPECIAL RATES BV THE WEEK BAIT MINNOWS WORMS Picnic grounds and targe Pavilion rental (or picnics and private parties, clubs, meetings or family reunions. Located 2H miles northwest of Brighton—Watch for signs in Brighton on Rt. Ill, they will direct you to the grounds : Striped Bass, Crappio, Wall Eye Pike, plus an im- usual abundance of Channel Cat, Rainbow Trout and White Porch. Near JerseyvUJe ... 4 Mi. SE. oil Highway Alt. 67 CRYSTAL LAKE _ 5-Acre wooded site. CAM re us . . . no extra,. charge. Regular AdmHilon Pee SOc person. 23c for;; children: under • yeari. Free. * Showert and Reat-j, rooms. * Boat Rentals * Public Pavilion. Of Finnish households, one-fourth now have washing machines, one- seventh refrigerators. Bait Blueglll Crappi* Catflth BLUE RIDGE LAKE FISHINO <Md PICNIC »H Mllet West and 24 Miles North of Fonterhurg. • DELUXE BUHAIOIT '1345 MERCURY OUYBOAftD MOTOtS MORE YHAN 100 BOATS ON DISPLAY CLARK BOAT AND MOTCffe 313 W. St. Loult Avt. CUnton 4-3712 CAST ALTON, ILL. TELEGRAPH"WANT ADS"-CLICK" READ Telegraph WANT APS. Daily Best Horsepower Buy, in Outboard History! 45 HP PERFORMANCE WITH 4-CYLINDER DEPENDABILITY IN THE PRICE RANGE OF A 2-CYLINDER 40 HP! ( '» MR. and MRS. J. B. RANDOLPH, Owner. JeraeyvilJe 2960 R18 FBEE—Children Under 6 VACATION AT ECHO LAKE RANCH Here Is the place so many choose for a real vacation (In the foothills of the Ozarks), in a beautiful valley, only 21 miles from St. Louis. Fine sand and concrete beuch for wading and swimming, new sun decks, diving docks, boating, fishing, hiking, movies, saddle horses, shuftleboard, wiener roasts, hillbilly golf and special ranch dancing. Rugged Ozark country. CABIN t 3 GOOD MEALS EACH DAY Lots or fun—for old and young WONDERFUL PLACE FOR CHILDREN Phone or write for Illustrated folder giving all- expense vacation rates Information or reservations to St. Louis office. 3710 WASHINGTON (8) JE. 8-0678 FULL WEEK $35 3 DAYS ALL- 110 EXPENSE I0 Less for Children FINE FOR A FAMILY PICNIC OR SWIM DATE Drive out anytime. 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