Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 11, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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(TWELVE ALTON BVEN1NO TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 11,1WO ender Sours Sugar Ray's Future ibinson's itle Jinx jfteachesEnd By BOB HOOBINO ' BOSTON (AP> - Paul Pender, *Hte confident fireman who all but , iCktongtrished the flame of one of tatting's brightest drawing cards, Wtltts a crack at another oldtimer • »"Archie Moore. 'fat the second time in five .ftndmM, Pender won a 15-round •ffflt decision from Sugar Ray Robtown, 40, Friday night at Boston Garden. The part-time firefighter trom suburban Brookline. Mass., tfctlS retained the middleweight Championship of Massachusetts, JNtew York and Europe. Pender's manager Johnny Buck- toy said Paul would take a rest, then seek a match with Moore, 46, the light heavyweight king. However, this was believed to be a screened maneuver to set Up a match with National Boxing Assn. middleweight king Gene 'Fullmer while insisting Pender wants no part of him. Will Robinson hang up the gloves for good? "I don't know yet." a tired Su;gar Man replied. Robinson said he had given Pender two shots at him in Boston and felt he .ought to respond by meeting Ray in New York. | Judges Jim Carrig and Johnny Savko voted 149-138 and 147-142 for Pender. Referee Jim McCarron had Robinson in front 146-144. The AP card had Pender the winner 144-141. Unlike the Jan. 22 meeting when Pender lifted the limited crown from Robinson, the decision was overwhelmingly popular with thej Associated Press Sports Writer Bally Ache Goes After f Belmont Stakes Crown By OBLO ROBERTSO* AmMlBted Pr*** Sporta Writer NEW YORK (API-Seven J- year-olds try to get back in the title picture today with Bally Ache, the potential heir, out of the 92nd running of the $125,000- added Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park. Bally Ache, winner of the Fla- shoe. He skipped the Preakness and then lost by a neck to Bally i Ache in the Jersey Derby May 30. Tompion will be ridden by Willie Shoemaker. ' BOWL HAVEN Friday Men High games — Churchill 232, Stalker 213, Seal 202, D. Harri- Tooth And Nail, a late arrival;son 201, Switzer 214, on the championship scene, was Thursday MJxed the second choice on the basis ofj High games -M. Taylor 208- four straight impressive victories 1204-226 (636), G. Luly 186-197 in five starts this year. The Cain j ( 519), A. Lambie 200, K. Bal- Hoy Stable colt raced in England I Iard 225-204-201 (630), E. Lam- last year. Venetian Way, with a new rider in Eddie Arcaro, has run two poor races since carrying the 1 pert 171, P. Beckman 204, B. Schulz 212-207 (608), L. Smith 165. A. Smith 243-205. Thursday Ladle* Public May Inspect New Edtcardstitte Convent mmgo, Florida Derby, Preakness and Jersey Derby and runner-up to Venetian Way in the Kentucky Derby, was scratched from today's 1'/4-mile test when he returned to his barn limping after a short workodl Friday. With the withdrawal of Bally j Ache, C.V. Whitney's Tompioni _._„.. . ..... _ moved into the favorite's spot at'and Celtic Ash complete the field:j61. Morton 166. A. Bovvker 180, ; Euln Allen, Kindergarten; Vacation School Opens Monday At Wood River WOOO RIVER— A parade promoting the Monday opening of vacation Bible school at the Church of Chrtat was held this morning in the vicinity of the church on Central and Madison avenues. Schools will be daily from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. through June 21, based on the theme "Seeking the Lost with Paul." Teachers are: Mrs. L. Neese, I Mrs. Othel Bean. Mr*. Sallas Edwardsville Club Tours State Off ices EDWAHD9V1LLE-TWC Gfttfl houses have been tet tot toow of the new St. Boniface Convent Building, according to the Rev. George E. Pallet*, patter. The convent, dedicated Jum 5, by Bishop O'Connor, wiU be open to the general public June 12 and June 19. In marked contrast to the old convent building, new In use, the new building It notable for the EDWARDSVILLE— Members of the Edwardsville Business and Professional Women's Club (use of light and varied colors. and guests Were taken on • The building is completely air- guided tour of the spnale and conditioned and the walls house of representatives cham- : throughout are either ceramic bers, the. governor'* office, the! or vinyl tile. office of the secretary of state | and that of the state superin- i tendent of schools In Springfield Thursday evening. | on( j floor and a guest bedroom A brief business meeting was O n the first floor. There are The building consist* Of two an) j basement, with bed- for ft sisters OR the sec- Sunny Blue Farm silks lo victory jj iKn g Hnies ... G. YoungbflrgiMyles, Mrs. C. Vaught. Nursery; | conducted during the bus trip to Springfield by Mrs. Rudolph Dombrow, retiring president, three reception rooms for visitors on the first floor, dining room, sister's dining room, mod- who presented thf gavel of of'|ern kitchen, library and chapel. 6-5. The son of Tom Fool won the Santa Anita Derby last winter but finished fourth in the Ken- lucky Derby after throwing a the Kentucky Derby. uiO. C. Wreath 174, D. StelgerjMrs. diaries Tackwell. Mrs. W.lflce to Miss Leo la Klnuster-JAn Intercom system is used NaKea. John William. Disperse 190. Donnelson 161, Glenn 161-|Ord, Mrs. Charles Moon, Mrs. meier who will assume dut IPS j throughout the convent. Ten dif• - '— • •" O f president July l. .Mrs. Dom-iferent colors have been used in brow also announced plans for | fhe building and phone and a leadership conference to be drapes in each bedroom are in tor the racr which will be tele- Strickland 163. Kahl 168, M.j Mrs. John Simons, Mrs. George cast by CBS from 3:30 to \ p.m. Kogel 172. EST. Probable post time is 3:501 I Gill: p.m. THE VICTOR BOSTON — Paul Fender raises his arms in victory as he is raised on shoulder of trainer Al Pratt** after he was awarded a split decision over Sugar Ray Robinson In their 15-round title fight at Boston Gar- Arnold Palmer Carries Lead in Oklahoma Meet den last n '8 ht ' . {AP Wlre P hoto - ) ........... .... ........... Jnold First Major Win Freeman Finally Arrives As He Beats Phillies, 6-1 By WILBUR JOHNSON OKLAHOMA CITY I big names among the profession- Palmer, apparently trying toj this year, took a one stroke lead| Among them was Lloyd Man- former National Open title- By JERRY LI8KA crowd. Pender moved out of harm's way at the outset, blocked punches with assurance, hit his target often and took charge after the fifth round. It was the first time in six tries Robinson had lost a title rematch. League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 100 or more at bats)—Runnels, Boston, .386; Allison, Washington, .330. Runs—Mantle, New York, 45; Marls, New York, 34. Runs batted in—Hansen, Baltimore, 40; Marls, New York, 38. Plits — Runnels, Boston, 68; Smith, Chicago, and Gardner, Washington, 60. Doubles—Lollar, Chicago, Skowron, New York, 15. Triples—Fox, Chicago, 6; Aparicio, Chicago, and Becquer, Wash- • ington, 4. j Home runs—Marls, New York, 16; Mantle, New York, and Lemon. Washington, 12. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chicago, 15; Miuoso, Chicago, and Piersall. Cleveland, 9. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions)—Caotes, New York. 60; Estrada, Baltimore, and Staley, Chicago, 6-1. Strikeouts — Pascual, Washington. 84; Burning, Detroit, 74. National League Batting (based on 100 en- more at bats)-demente. Pittsburgh, .348f Burgess, Pittsburgh, .343. Runs—Skinner, Pittsburgh, 41; Hoak, Pittsburgh, 38. Runs batted in — Banks, Chicago, 46; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 43. Hits—Clemente, Pittsburgh, 71; Pinson, Cincinnati, and Groat, Pittsburgh, 68. Doubles — Robinson. Cincinnati, 14; P i n s o n, Cincinnati, Groat. Pittsburgh, and Cunningham, St. Louis, 13. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati. 6; Skinner. Pittsburgh, and Kirkland, San Francisco, o. Home runs — Banks, Chicago, and Boyer, St. Louis. 15. Stolen—Mays. San Francisco, 15; Pi.-son, Cincinnati, 14. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions)—Law, Pittsburgh, 8-2; Sanford, San Francisco, 6-2. Strikeouts—Drysdale, Los Angeles, 96; Friend, Pittsburgh, 76. Cards Get Pitcher To Complete Deal ST. LOUIS fP — The,St. Louis Cardinals completed their Vinegar Bend Mizell-Julian Javier deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates today by acquiring Eduardo Bauta, a right-handed relief pitcher. The Redbirds optioned sore- armed Bob Miller to Memphi- to make room for Bauta, a 25- year-old Cuban who had an earned run average of 0.95 with Columbus in the Internationa' League. SlU Cage Captain Take» Coaching Job CARBONDALE, Hi. # -Pick Ruggles, captain of the South- em Illinois University basketball team last season, will coach next year at Hurst-Bush High School. He replaces Gem- Dick who moved to Newman. 111. Ruggle» pluas to take gran- uale work at SlU in addition to 4 CHICAGO (AP) — A 6-foot-6. my college degree and my invcst- 'ormer basketball player who has nient in business in Denver." tried to become a major league i n 1951. Freeman was a junior '.into today's »ird round of the|^™ "JJ SfftSr^ ;S30,000 Oklahoma City Open ^l^^l^ ^pdo in Sinai' , championship. i two ^^ of , he lournament to ., I The Ligonier, Pa., belter forged j dav and Su ,, day I a 33-3:5-66 Friday for a 36-hole i A]go {aj , ing to make tne cut , .total of 134 over the par 71 Twin; were such go if erK as Johnny, I Hills Country Club course. 'palmer, of Tulsa. J.C. Goosie of: (o oyp wilh Casey Stengel, who.j Gene Littler, who won the Na-JKnoxville, Tenn.. and George; he said, "didn't think mucM of|t| ona | Amateur here seven years | Bayer of Glen Eagles, 111. ! pitcher for almost a decade nmy icag e a nd baseball star at Louis-1 Right behind -were Gardner ago to crack golfdom's bigtime, still well in contention at 137 j turned a blazing putter into a 33- were Bo Wininger, a hometown -' -' pro who plays out of Odessa, 31_64 and a halfway total of 135. finally have made it. .iana State, when the Yanks signed! Dickinson of Palm Beach. Fla., He is Mark Freeman, 29, a 225- him into their minor chain. How- pound right-hander, who Friday Pver , ne Dipped spring training tamed the Philadelphia Phils with. eac h sea son until 1954 to get a four hits, all singles, and present- degree in psychology. He said that ed the Chicago Cubs with a 6-l| pro bably hurt his chances with verdict for his first major league | t ne Yanks. triumph. f 1 However, he added, "wildness 1 It was Freeman s second start hag hm . t mp am) , t mj m have , for the Cubs, who acquired h.m jbeen a matter of reaching emo . from Richmond May 19 in a deal »!„„_, .... ( ,,_:i,,,, ... ., .... tionai maturity, with tile Yankees. He started last . Sunday at Los Angeles, yielding Lust vear - Kansas Ll ^ looked 1 hit, 4 walks and 3 runs in 4 1-31 at him the ^^ month of the sea- innings, but was not the pitcher ! son - ," 1 was rernarkably meffec- of record itive," mused Freeman, "but Back and Forth i Coach Johnny Sain provided a Last year, he bounced between! turnln «/ oint for me : " e told .. me the Yankees and Kansas City A'si 1 needed one more pitch-a slider o«,,.H, In »ho eooc-nn anrf fhon .,foc —and I developed It. After his Seattle campaign, and young Bobby Goetz of Tulsa, Okla., the first round co-leader, with 136s. The tricky 6,440-yard course played fairly easily Friday but still took its toll of some of the Tex.; Butch Baird of Beaumont, Tex., and Bob McCallister of Yorba Linda, Calif. All alone at 138 was Johnny Pott of Shreveport, La. Emie Vossler of Midland, Tex., who shared the first day lead with Goetz at 66, faded to a 73 Friday. rly in the season and then was reclaimed by the Yankees and sent to Seattle where he had a g^g River Ripples find Outdoors with Harold Brand Baseball Minor League Results ^By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Montreal 4, Havana 3 (10 innings' Miami 3. Toronto 1 Richmond 5 f Buffalo 3 ^Columbus 10, Rochester 5 I Pacific Const League '< Salt Lake. 11-9, Vancouver 1<VO Spokane 7, Sacramento 1 San Diego 6, Portland 5 Tacoma 9, Seattle 2 American Asm. Charleston 6, Denver 5 Louisville 11. St. Paul 4 Minneapolis 6, Indianapolis 0 Houston 2, Dallas-Fort Worth Salem Gets Coach SALEM. 111. JP — Junior high school coach Bob Eller has been named high school basketball coach at Salem. He succeeds Wait Kirk who resigned to accept a coaching job in Dubuque, Iowa. Auto Damaged When Oil Ignites Oil from a" broken oil line of the automobile belonging to Art Lewis, 614 Spring St., caught fire and caused damage to the wiring in the motor area and to the paint on the hood. Engine company No. 2 answered the call at 11:17 a.m., Friday. A carburetor flash caused son. Mrs. K. Gilbert, Mrs. L. T1 p s w o r d, Mrs. Juanita held .Tuly 10 at the Abraham Lincoln Hotel In Springfield. The trip through the state Reedes, first and second; Mrs. Russell Whyte, Mrs. Cecil Browder, Mrs. C. Lajvson, third and fourth; Mrs. C. Arbuckie, Mrs. B. McCadden, Mrs. Paul McKelvey, fifth and sixth; Mrs. Bill Eld- „., , ridge, Mrs. R. Harrawood, sev-!Mi$s Eulalla Hot/. Guests were I the edge of the cross rather than enth and eighth; Paul Hughey,!.Judge Elvira Thurber of Gran- the flat side, as is usual. The pastor, adult. lite City and Mrs. Margaret communion rail, not yet histall- Gets Degree ! Stafford of Kdwardsville. ed, is being designed and made contrasting colors. The modern chapel features a skylight, over the red oak altar offices was planned by the leg- \ with three walls in pink granite islative committee, consist Ing j and the fourth in walnut panel- nf Miss Clarice Bartels, Mrs. j ing. A beaten-brass crucifix, im- Nathan Auerbaoh, Mrs. Lestor j ported from "Europe, is unique George, Miss Bertha Kuhn nnri | in that the body of Christ is on Methodist Service* EDWARDSVILLE — "Life Lines" will be the sermon topic Sunday of Rev. Clyde Funkhouser, pastor, at both the bench. by Professor Max Antenreib, local woodworking artisan, and i the modern pews will be de- along the lines of a par.k 8 a.m. and 10:10 a.m. worship WOOD -RIVER —. Jack Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill L. Hall, 501 Second St. received his bachelor of scienfg degree from St. Louis College of Pharmacy In ceremonies at the Ambassador Kingsway Hotel Thursday. Jack, who has been employed at the Fulp's Drug Store in Wood River the past seven years, has e enor grup wg to ^ am accepted a position in the phar-i attend a district MYF meeting j T he wesleyan Service Guild macy department of St. Joseph's I at the Collinsville Methodist | w ju meet a t 7:30 p.m. Monday- Hospital, Alton. | Church from 2 to 8 p.m. Sun- in Fellowship Hall. Prayer Keeney and Stolze of Alton services of St. John's Methodist w *re architects and Melvin Church. Sunday will be ob- Suhre of Edwardsville was gen- served as Student. Sunday. • e ™!.. c ^ a ^ _ The Senior MYF group willjg to The word "mausoleum" mean- day. Junior MYF will meet at ing a stately tomb, comes from 6:3 ° P' m ' Sunday in E P worth the Mausoleum at Halicarnass- us, an ancient Greek city in Asia Minor., It is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Hall. Vacation church school will continue through the week Monday through Friday from meeting and Bibble study will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Memorial Chapel. Cancer dressings will bt made at 1 p.m. Friday in Fellowship Hall. IN PERSON! EACH NIGHT! r _. The Illinois Conservation De-!paddlp and signal gun. Lights damage to the wiring of the i Freeman'made"one"start for The j partment sent us the f ollowingj should include a combination red automobile of Ronnie Forbes.) Yankees, hurling seven innings information of importance to ev-jand green bow light and a white, 1000 E . 41h st .. Friday at 6;32 j pVniagainst Baltimore and leaving cry boatowner. The rules andjlight aft. j pm No . 2 company extinguish-! - with the score tied 2-2. 'regulations must be followed to' Additional equipment is re-i pd (he fi)p at the inlersec tjon j All in Mind 'avoid violations under the new quired for larger- craft. ()f 4(h and Vine streets . ; "Pitching as many years as I j Illinois boating laws: Iho way you load vour boat: E ine company No. 1 went' have. I have finally realized that! R U|CS Afloat * ld mo ™\ the motor hafs a lot to wildness is all in the mind," said j courtesy and common sense do with its ppitoinwiKt- NORMAL - Two area ath-'Freeman, who walked four but ;afloat are two cardinal rules)and ^fty. tor bulance and Illinois ' State struck out seven. tha t will help assure safety speed, distribute the load even- Freeman said he did not Two Area Athletes Receive Letters letes attending , . Normal University received let- 1 Concerning his first major wn ji e enjoying outboards, the ters in spring sports here June league triumph, Freeman said: 11. "It was an unmitigated thrill." Illinois Departmental Information Service suggested. Every Harold Hancock of Moro andj The Cubs will send Dick Ells- skipper owes it to himself a™ 1 ,. . Mike Peterson of Edwardsville | worth (3-2> against the Phillies his {e ,,ow sailors to know and ; un b o ly from bow to stern and side to side. Don't forget the weight of your motor is at the stern. For safety's sake, remember the to Piasa street at 9:15 p.m. Friday and 1:30 a.m.. Saturday to re-set overturned street flares. The flares are set up k fh on Piasa street where the G. M. and O. Railroad is repairing train tracks. , not SJ LJ Baseballers On AH Tourney Squid SIQUX CITY, Iowa (AP)-Two „!>.«,.».. ™ - - •--.., .... ., ., „ * i ringing of a bell or firing a sig- abide bv the accepted traffic !>& indicate capacity, bellow thej nal gun are ca n s for help -and iiDiue »y • •• itota) wei g nt capacity recom- kp ' calm i HP cnicago wuiie oux iiiitiuyj rules of the watei. , = u-_»'_ „!„»,, Keep LBIIII. ;broke out of their batting slump' Under federal boating regula-Jmended on your boats plate -| If you are trying your angling 'and hammered the last place Bos-itions. now applied in Illinois, boated don t overload! | ]uck you . u enjo y it more if you ton Red Sox 13-3. owners must carry a certificate i Highway Trailer Limits | follow a few simple safety rules. received letters as members of land Gene Conley (3-3) today. the Normal track and field 1 The Chicago White Sox finally j rules of the water. team, The Sox ecored six runs in the fourth and wrapped it up behind Russ Kemmerer, who posted his _-_,_„ _____ _____ .... . ____ Southern Illinois University men | third victory against three losses. have been named to the NA1A all- Gene Freese led Chicago's 18-hit tournament baseball team in assault «ith three singles and a numbering on board at all! Of course you know highway]Cast overhand, not Sioux City. They are Richard Jones, ;ui in- double. Chicago and Boston play of times. Also, the numbers must be lettered on the bow parallel to the water line. Specified equipment must be included. For the average boater, operating an !outboard in the Class A (under 16 twolfeetl category, a life-saving vest fielder, and Rocky Bridges, outfielder. The sections were made Friday by sportscasters. writers, the tournament committee and professional baseball scouts. an Dailies today—a day .ioiiblohender. and nightj or similar device for each person must be carried on hoard, in speed limits when hauling your watch your backcast sidearm; and keep craft? Thai's right — 55 m.p.h. your seat while casting. Keep a for combinations less than 8,000; lookout on the water ahead arid I pounds and 50 m.p.h. for combinations over 8,000. Courtesy is important. Keep clear of fishermen and swim- traffic in the area while trolling. Net your fish with a firm quick sweep and don't distrub the boat's balance. ming areas, and watch your| Water skiing is becoming in-j wake when nearing smaller craft | creasingly popular. Do you know| Tlu- White Sox will send Early I addition to proper lights and a |O r row boats and canoes. If your | there are safety rules and ap-| \\>iin i J-.") i and Bob Shaw (5-5)! fire extinguisher. iboal (•Hpsiw.s, n-strum your first | proved hand signals for commun- j against Ike Delock (0-1 > and Jerry 1 Equipment should include ajj nl p u lse to swim ashore. Even if jicaiing with the driver s"o both of Casalc (2-5 1. iirst aid kit. a line, flashlight, j you are an excellent swimmer, j you may enjoy the sport more? , ,the shore may be farther away (The experts say that anyone can i than it looks. Don your life pre-! water ski — but if you try it, why servers, stay with the boat and i not learn the rules of the game signal for assistance. An invert-, first? Inquire at your boat club or ed ensign indicates a fire on (watch this column for in/orma- board. Waving a white flag, i-apid|tion. Star of Warner Bros. "Cheyenne" TV Series CLINT WALKER At The COMING SUNDAY JUNE 12th ALTON ALL-AMERICA CITY SPEEDBOAT RACES AT CLIFTON TERRACE featuring th* St. Louis Outboard Drivirt Ann. Including Stvtrol Prtftft IOM! S«mi IVMH by JOLLY THREE BALTIHOKt—Hoo Hauwu, Baltimore »horUto|) (left) shakes baud* with Jiruok* Kubiiumj, hi* third ba»e teaumutte after they played key rules to Oriole*' 5-4 victory over Kau»a» City at Baltimore la»t night. Hal Broun, who gave up ouly oue bit iu one and tyvo- thirds tunings ol relief and won hi* sutli game, U in center. Haitaeu drove in two Oriole runs to boo*t BBI total to 40, while BobiiifcOfl kuoi'kMl in wia- uing run in eighth. (4P Wireunoto.) ieb Spt«4 IV t& NeH«Ml FREE AOMIMION. FIRiT RACE S P.M. » Sppntered by tb» Alien All-Amtric* R«g«tt< Commit. *•• with tlw Alton Motor Net Club «f ho»t. RAIN DATE SUNPAY, JUNE ALTON POLICE EIGHTH YOUTH CAMP //- ANNUAL PUILIO 80HOOL STADIUM-WM! Jr. High S«ke*l Slid 8tr«it-AIIOB, Hlinoli

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