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fcj*,, ^^.^^^^^^ jl^U^^^^y^^^,^^^^ ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 10,1MO t**n worn to mi in* Wood Rlrw Bowl hw § flfft roo wrtti to fit MUUPV, Monday Trio League, tto mtptet tat games of 238.279-231 - a 748 series. Starm Sands, bowling with the Steve Novelty Co. team In the Frtda> Commercial league roH - off at Bowf-fim rolled a Tit wrlCT ftviftg Bowl' tehgflve 700-plu« series for the yiK 1 Sherm rolled games of 230-230-253 for Ms fine series. This score was 112 pins over his average. ^ A.B.C. SIDELIGHTS While competing tn the doubles event in the ABC Tourney, Gene Dycus and Harold Luly Jr. were presented an on-the-spot award. This duo was presented a bronze medal for a 485 game. Gene rolling a 855 game and Junior coming up with a 230 game. They totaled 1223 for their series. ALL SPARK GAME Gary Brown, bowling In the Tuesday Nite Owls league at Bowl-Inn, rolled an all - spare game to help the ladies keep the lead for this feat. Kenny King, bowling with the Nat Nast team in the Friday Commercial league at Qpwl-Inn, recorded one for the men. TRIPLICATE Norman Rull, bowling in the Bethalto Bowl Doubles and Singles Tournament rolled a 168 triplicate. Vera Ingram, bowl- Ing in the Friday Nite Hawks league at Wood River Bowl, rolled a 141 triplicate. ODDITY The Wednesday Senior Merchants League at Wood River Bowl has an oddity that may be hard to equal. Shorty Moore and Tom Kochan, bowling with the Skaggs' team, ended the season with the same number of games, pins and average. How's that for consistent ^hooting? W.f4&6V The Kelt Altai •Wood River W.B.A. ehxrtten of offlctn, for the 18SM1 man, ww field at the annual bWKtuet. MM' Twain is the new pmlderit; June Bennett, vice president. Judy Piessel was re-elected secretary and Velma Sowders, sergeant- at-arms. Two of the fairer sex have roiled fine series at Bowl Hav en. Agnes McCoy rolled a 601 aeries on games of 224-178-199 and Glnny Luly rolled t 611 series on games of 2lMf?-213. rotnuMMmrr or CHAMPIONS The following are the results of the Second Annual S.T.B.P. A.A. Tournament of Champions —Men's Divisions: the tournament was held at Wood River Bowl: 1.) Parkway Drive-In (3099). 2.) Wood River Moose (3096). 3.) Nat Nast Shirts (3084). 4.) Maguire Signs (3053). 5.) Schlitz Beer (2980). KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS TOURNAMENT The following is a partial list of winners In the First Annual Knights of Columbus Doubles and Singles Tournament held at Bethalto Bowl: DOUBLES 1.) Homer Henke & P. Stafford (1297). 2.) F. Bosoluke & D. Fletcher (1294). 3.) Dorothy Miles It Charlotte Hunt (1292). 4.) P. Stafford & J. Zubal (1285). 5.) P. Tarantino A D. Eades (1269). 6). C. Hoffstetter & B. Gibbons (1260). 7) D. Wagner & C. " Bartholomew (1256). 8.) B. Kallal ft H. Henke (1247). 9.) J. Underwood ft T. Walker (1246), 10,) B. Fee & H. Henke (1245). SINGLES 1.) D. Stahlhut (685). 2.) S. Prusak (681). 3.) H. Henke (677). 4.) E. Kochersperger (671). 5.) G. Nelson (664). 6.) B. Gibbons (663). 7.) J. Schultz (662). 8.) P. Stafford (660). 9.) C. Bartholomew (652). 10.) W. Sammis (637). CONOR A TULA T1ONS IOWA CITY, Iowa.—Forest Evashevskl, football coach at the State University of Iowa, was finishing a round of golf with an assistant coach, Jerry Burns today when he learned of his appointment as SUI director of athletic. Burns (left) congratulates the smiling Evy. (AP Wire photo). Orioles Trade Tasby For Bosox' Stephens BALTIMORE (AP) - The Baltimore Orioles today announced an even trade of outfielder Willie Tasby for Boston's veteran Gene Stephens. The Red Sox outfielder is batting .229 in 109 at bats this year with 25 hits and 11 runs batted in. Tasby is hitting .212 in 85 at bats with 9 hits and 3 RBI. Stephens first came up to Boston in 1952 and went back to the minors four season. Tasby was promoted to the Orioles in 1958. SIU Player Loses KANSAS CITY (AP) sell, Pan American, Three>l League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Des Moines 3, Burlington 2 Sioux City 3, Cedar Rapids 0 KG Athletics Sign Florida Player CLEARWATRE. Fla. (AP) Ronnie Overcash. 19-year-old first baseman for the University of Florida, today signed a baseball contract with the Kansas City Athletics for a "substantial" bonus. Overcash. a Clearwater resident, said he mil report to Sioux City, Iowa, of the Class B Three I League June 13. Convair Strike Is Spreading SAN DIEOO, Calif. (AP)-Un- km spokesmen say the strike against Convair's far-flung missile facilities will spread Monday to the firm's big airplane and missile-making plants here. The move would idle 20,000 workers building Atlas intercontinental missiles, F106 interceptors and speedy new Convair 660 and 880 Jet transports. The walkout Is slated as a one- day affair, called by the 6,000- member Engineers and Architects Assn. Officials of the International Assn. of Machinists Thursday night said it would order IAM workers not to cross the EAA's picket line. The move came as talks be tween the firm and the two unions remained deadlocked. On another front in Southern California's troubled plane-and missile scene, there was one hopeful note: Lockheed Aircraft Corp.'s missiles and space dlvi slon was expected to make an announcement — possibly a new contract offer—at a meeting in San Francisco today with another IAM union. Involved are 10,500 employes at Lockheed facilities in Van Nuys, Sunnyvale, Santa Cruz and Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., and at Holloman AFB, N.M., and in Ha wail i The IAM has authorized a strike at the Douglas aircraft plant in Santa Monica, Calif., next week. The United Auto Workers has set a June 15 strike deadline at the Douglas plant in Long Beach. The IAM assigned pickets five days ago at bases where Convair technicians were working on Atlas launching sites and other high- priority government projects: Cape Canaveral, Vandenberg, Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., and Offutt Air Force Base, Neb. Convair offered the engineers the same deal it did 1AM workers: an 11-cent-hourly wage increase and a 3-cent-hourly cost-of- living hike. The L.M asks 14 cents and fringe benefits. Wage scales range from 11.79 to $3.40 hourly. At Lockheed missile plants the wage scale now averages $2.65 an hour. The union is asking 7 per cent increases in each of the next two years. Mrs. Roosevelt WantsStevenson, Kennedy Ticket NEW YORK (AP)-Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt urges a Steven- qpn-Kennedy Democratic ticket. She says the collapse of the summit conference convinced her that the country needs the wisdom, maturity and* experience of Adlal E. Stevenson, 60-year-old two-time contender for the presidency. She said Sen. John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts, front-runner for the presidential nomination, would show courage and unselfishness by accepting the vice presidential nomination. Mrs. Roosevelt issued a statement Thursday formally announcing her preferences. She said the vice presidency would give the 43-year-old Kennedy "the opportunity to grow and to learn." Kennedy, Mrs. Roosevelt said, "is young enough yet to look forward to many more years of public service." Mrs. Roosevelt announced her choice as an individual, and not in behalf of the insurgent Democratic group here with which she is associated. A six-year overhaul job on Thailand's Don Muang Airport may cost $19.2 million. George Domench, Southern Iltt- noil, 6-4, 6-2 Thursday in singles competition in the National Intercollegiate (NAIA) Tennis Tournament. Russell is seeded sixth in the meet •DonRus-i The New York Titans of the defeated new American Football League will play their 1960 home games in the Polo Grounds. Denmark has lifted restrictions on import of canned fruit cocktail, Copenhagen learns. SAVE $1.00! On An Alemltc Wheel Balance With Each Lubrication Job And ON Change! - One We** OnJy- JACK Mrf STAW ** «M* HO 4.31 U STANOAIO WVtCf JEUKV wd PKWN V Browa Street HO 15 "gifts" in one for Dad! AU-MW "925" mtdtl DlWALT* POWER SHOP TNI WORKSHOP NO e-345e '///i J»^ ll'jw. TAKING A VACATION THIS YEAR? - Keep up with the news at home while you are away! Order a "Vacation Special" — Alton Evening Telegraph! HOME TOWN news is BIG NEWS . . . especially when |you're far away? It's a bright spot in every vacation day when your ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH arrives to tell you who's doing what and when and where ^ ... to give you the town talk on this and that. . . to fill you in on the "latest" about your friends and neighbors. No matter where you are or what you are doing . . . you'll drop everything to spend a refreshing half-hour or so "keeping in touch" _. with home! 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