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liin Delays Gity Golf Tournament Wffl Continue HextSunday ALTON EVBflNO TELSX3RAPH MONDAY, JUNE 13,10eO The final 18 holes of play hi the Invitational Golf Tourney out Sunday and wffl > played next Sunday. Four men were tied for the" lead going into the final day of play. Frank Bono, M. Lowery, R. Lutz and M. Robyn are tied for (he lead with 73, one over par 72 for 18 holes. Some golfers finished the entire 96 holes, but when the rains came in the middle of the tourney, Sunday afternoon, the officials canceled out the results for the day and the field will play the last two rounds next Sunday. Dan Harmon, hit a hole-in-one on Number 7, 103 yards, par 3 Sunday. The hole-in-one will stand, but the score was also wiped out by the rain. More than 130 golfers teed off Saturday in the quest for the local amateur tourney. After the first round of play next Sunday, officials of the tourney will break the individuals into flights according to scores. At the present time, the players do not know in which classification they are playing. More than $712 in merchandise will be distributed to the 12 winners next Sunday with the winner of the championship flight eligible .for $100 in prizes. The starting times for next Sunday's play will be the same as last Sunday's. League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 100 or more at bats) — Runnels, Boston, .385; Maris, New York, .333. Runs — Mantle, New York, 45; Marls, New York and Allison, Washington, 35. Runs batted in — Hansen, Baltimore, 41; Lemon, Washington, 40. Hits — Runnels, Boston, 72; Minoso, Chicago, 63. Doubles — Lollar, Chicago and Skowron, New York, 15. Triples — Fox, Chicago, 6; Aparicio, Chicago and Becquer, Washington, 4. Home runs — Maris, New York, 17; Lemon, Washington, 16. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chicago, 15; Minoso, Chicago and Pier- sail, Cleveland, 9. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions) — Coates, New York, 6-0; B. Daley, Kansas City, Staley, Chicago and Perry, Cleveland 6-2. * Strikeouts — Pascual, Washington, 90; Banning, Detroit, 74. National League Batting (based on 100 or more at bats) — Burgess, Pittsburgh, .367; Clemente, Pittsburgh, .346. Runs — Skinner, Pittsburgh, 43; Hoak, Pittsburgh, 42. Runs batted in — Banks, Chicago, 48; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 44. Hits .— Groat and Clemente, Pittsburgh, 74. Doubles —Robinson, Cincinnati, Bruton, Milwaukee, Groat, Pittsburgh and Cunningham, St. Louis, 14. Triples — Pinson, Cincinnati, 6; DECATUR — The Alton Jack. son Chiefs, rained out of a doti- bleheader at Motiticello Saturday night, stopped here the same night long enough to absorb A 4-0 defeat at the hands of the Merchants. Nicholas was the winning pitcher for Decatur, giving up 'our hits. Dean Calvin absorbed the loss. Decatur got off to a flying *tart with three runs in the first inning. Rohman led the Merchants with two hits, including a homer. Tuesday night the Chiefs play at Murrayville against Jacksonville State Hospital in a Central Illinois Softball League game. Wednesday night they are host to Granite City Spangler Oil at Jaycee Field in Wood River. Saturday night on the same field the Chiefs entertain Fleer's of St. Louis in a double- leader. CANDLESTICK CAPERS An irate fan looks down from the top of the Giants' dugout as an equally irate Orlando Cepeda approaches. Cepcda had been called out.on strikes to end the seventh inning in game Saturday with Milwaukee at Candlestick Parti. Cepeda protested the call and was joined by manager Bill Rigney who was thumbed from the game by plate umpire Chris Pole- koudas. The spectator, Claude Rice, who shouted his own opinion of the call from his unauthorized perch, was removed by park officers. Milwaukee won, 9 to 5. (AP Wirephoto.) McCovey's Blast Closes NL Gap By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer had a perfect day for the Giants with two doubles, a single and a Willie McCovey had been rid- walk and Willie Mays had two ing the bench and was hitting only .244 when he came to the plate Sunday with the bases loaded and San Francisco clinging to a shaky 7-6 lead over Milwaukee. Rising to the occasion, he slammed a Carl Willey fast ball out of the park for the.first grand slammer of his brief major league doubles and a single among the 18 Giant hits. Chuck Dressen, Milwaukee manager, started George Brunei, a left-hander brought up Saturday from Louisville. He lasted 3 2-3 innings before the parade started. Ron Piche, the second of five Brave pitchers, was the loser. career. i Billy Loes, second of five to work The Giants went on to win Iti-ifor the Giants, won it. 7, The victory moved them with-j Dick Stuart had five hits, in- in half a game of the first-place i eluding two homers, and Dick Pittsburgh Pirates, who divided i Groat and Smoky Burgess had two at St. Louis. The Pirates four each among the 23 collected bombed the Cards for 23 hits Iniby the Pirates in the first game a 15-3 first game romp but then at St. Louis. Vern Law won his lost the second 5-2, despite 10 ninth in a breeze. Ernie Broglio, more hits. j with ninth-inning help from Lindy Stan Williams won his fifth for Los Angeles with a four-hitter against Cincinnati 3-1. Always known as a wild man, Williams McDaniel, hung the second game defeat on Vinegar Bend Mizell, an old teammate. Don Demeter's home run off walked but one and struck out Jay Hook eased the way for Wil: Hams at Los Angeles. The only inning iCincy score was Eddie Kasko's eight. Richie Ashburn's 10th Skl^ne'rTpittsbuTgh a^^iand^f" 1 ^ f nabuled , the Chica R o Cubs | homer In the seventh. San Francisco 5 ! sna( * e tne last-place Philadcl- Tony Taylors throwi Home runs — Banks, Chicago | and Boyer, St. Louis, 16. Stolen bases — Mays, San Fran Tony Taylor's throwing error Phillies 8-7. set up the winning run for the ! The Giants' game was a wild Cubs in the 10th inning against a/Jair with 31 hits. They set aithe Phils. Ashburn's single drove Cisco 15- Pinson Cincinnati 14 new National League record and;'it home. Mark Freeman was the Pitching (based on 5 or morei tled the ma ^ or Iea 8" e mark by | winner on relief and Humberto decisions) -Williams. Los Ange-i playillg a "toe-lnnlng game in 31 Robinson dropped his fifth 1 "iJl- I Pitt h h 0.9 hours 52 minutes. Roh Schmidt! straight nlsn nn relipf Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los Angeles, 96; Friend, Pittsburgh, 76. Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday Result* Pacific Coast League San Diego 9-4, Portland 6-2 Salt Lake 4-5, Vancouver 0-4 Sacramento 7, Spokane 6 Tacoma 4, Seattle 3 American At.sn. Denver 11, Charleston 4 (2nd game ppd, rain) Dallas-Fort Worth 4, Houston 1 (2nd game ppd, wet grounds) Indianapolis 9-3, Minneapolis 7-2 Wad game 10 innings) ft. Paul 2-1, Louisville 1-8 International league Montreal 2-5, Havana 0-3 Toronto 5-2, Miami 34) Richmond 5-4, Buffalo 4-3 (2nd game 10 innings) Rochester 5, Columbus 0 •atwday Retail* Padfiu Cua*l League Spokane 8-12, Sacramento 5-5 Lake 9, Vancouver 3 7, Seattle 6 Only games scheduled Pinky Higgins Returns Again as Bosox Manager BOSTON (AP) — Patient Mike series of developments in the Bos- Higgins has accepted a double i ton 'ront office. j challenge in returning to the Bos-' Higgins' successor Billy Jurges, iton Red Sox as manager. lwas ^ ven several votes °< conSi ' i The heavy-set Texan, who was' JjJJ by General Mana *er Bucky i replaced "with regret" last July -1 w |,ieh came at the'end of a 10 agreed to come back as field pilot game losing streak. Sunday from his Dallas home) On June 8, the Sox announced during a phone conversation with J urges had been given a tempo- 5, Mcntreal 4 (U in- Tewoto 2, Miami 0 ), Richmond 0 at Columbus, ppd ajSMricM Ass*. Bpver 10, Charleston 3 Houston 5, Dallas-Fort Worth 0 Ljwi*vilk 10, St. Paul 4 Us 12, Minneapolis 4 owner Tom Yawkey. rai ? leave a * ter a doctor's ex Higgimsaid he was "nUghtyj ai ™* ti( £ ys ^ Jurges w happy" and added, "U I can help; given nis unconditional release. I will be tickled to death to do it. Higgins has the confident I had been in the field tor 30i many of nis payers and a years and this book work is a ought knowledge of the personnel little different. I am glad to get iami , arm svstpm . Iback actively with the game." j,, eig |,, yiws managm g So X Higgins, scheduled to join the farm teams, l*'gtnning at Class B Red Sox in Detroit tonight or Ituanoke in 1947. Higgins. third Tuesday morning to open a road base veteran of Boston's last pen- trip, takes over a club wallowing nant winner (1946). was in the in the American League cellar first division seven times and fifth after losing 25 of its last 32 start*, i piace the other. The second challenge is that of! Named to succeed Lou Bou- battling the percentages. Only one dreau, Higins' teams had a 3BO- Al manager ever returnd to the same club at a later date and 330 record in Boston from 1955 until mid-1959. In four full cam- — liiram fuk». mlpouiied Jose ifertinez, 118, %un, W. enjoyed increased success. Chk-a- i paigns Boston was fourth twioi go's James Callahan finished sev- and third twice When he was ra- enth in 1903. When he came back Placed, the Sox had a 31-43 mark in 1912-14 the White Sox came in w "ile Jurges finished out the sea- fourth, fifth and si*th. son 44-3U. The naming of Higgias, whoj Fubt R*MilU ~"~ had been retained by the Sox as UagUari, Saixiima — Federico a "speeiaJ a«WStant" operating Fnsui, 300, Italy, stopped BruoJ out of the Southwest, climaxed a, Searabeliui, 196, Italy, 3. Decatur Whips Chiefs, Decatur (4 Player AB R H Welkle ftughea Drake Rohman Roberti .lames Hupp Chlefi (•) Player AB R H 3 ! 0 Cun'ham 3 0 1 300 3 0 1 322 3 1 1 3 0 2 1 0 0 Burmester 3 Palermo 2 Plarskl Ebbler Carey Calvin 0 o o I 200 3 0 i 200 3 0 1 Orfssom 3 0 1 Schllllnger 300 Mlchola 300 Rhoades Stewart Harvey 00 00 00 Totals 26 4 8 . Totals 24 0 4 INNING: 1234567 RHE Chlefi 000000 0—0 4 3 Decatur 300010 x-4 6 3 Highland Beats Elks Nine, 4-3 HIGHLAND - The Highland Khoury Juvenile team won from the Alton Elks here Sunday afternoon, 4-3, to gain revenge for a 4-2 oss the previous Sunday. Bob Jones, Elks tall righthand- r, again pitched a fine game, striking out 12 while allowing four lifs. A poor defense led to his downfall. Ben Terry and Tom Hoiden had triples to lead the Elks attack. Giger, Highland lefthander, al- owed five hits and received good support from his teammates. Jacober, shortstop, again played an outstanding defensive game and nit a double and stole home in the third inning with what proved to be the winning run. Tuesday at 6 p.m. the Elks play Brighton at North Junior field. Saturday they host Southwest Kiwanis of St. Louis at East Junior. Next Sunday they are host to Benld and Gillespie in a doubleheader at East Junior. Ramblers Lose At St. Louis ST. LOUIS - The Roxana Ramblers, age 17-19, ran into trouble and dropped a 9-5 Intermediate Building Trade Khoury League game here Sunday at Fairgrounds Park. Th*e Roxana team had allowed only one hit and no runs in two previous games, but Sunday was a different story as Murray- Tenge Ramblers broke the game open In the seventh with four runs to nail down the win. The Roxana team committed eight eiTors and now has a two win, one loss record for the season. MooscWinsTwoGames OverWeekend at Home Moose Lodge 951 baseball team for 11-13 year-olds won two games over Jlie weekend at the Riverfront diamonds. Saturday Brighton fell, 17-0, as Von Hatton and Johns combined for a no-hitter. Kennedy had two doubles in this, game. Sunday Dow was the victim by a 16-0 score. Joehl was the hitting star with a homer and double. Next Sunday the Moose team is at Nokomis. (Cleveland on Top Despite Idleness By JACK HAND Amoriated Press Sp*rts Writer Cleveland took over first place In the American League Sunday by simply sitting In the clubhouse waiting for it to stop raining. Baltimore dropped out of the top spot after losing two to Kansas City, 6-1 and 5-3 In 10 innings. This put the Indians half a game up although the opener of their scheduled double-header at New York was called in the first inning when the rains started. Detroit edged into fourth place by splitting two at Washington, winning 12-5 after losing the first game 8-3. Jim Lemon hit three homers for the Senators. Boston trounced Chicago 4-1, shoving the White Sox into fifth place, and then learned, two hours later, that Mike Higgins was re Run Snytter paced the A'l attack on Chuck Estwda and Gordon Jones. Snyder'i Sou-foot triple off Hbyl Wllhelm touched off the wtimlnj spurt in the 10th inning of the second game. Whltey Herzog's single and Norm Slebern's double drove in the two rims, enough for relief pitcher Johnny Kucks' first victory. Pete Runnels collected two hits for Boston, Including a two-run single, and boosted his average to .385. Frank Sullivan went all the way, scattering seven hits to beat Chicago's Bob Shaw. In the first game at Washington, Lemon drove in four runs with his 14th homer and a single as the Senators whipped the Tigers behind Camilo Pascual and Don Lee. Despite his 15th and 16th * TUB AWOClATtB MtMft turning for another tour as Red j homers in the second, the Tigers Sox manager. j rapped Washington pitching for Bud Daley tamed the Orioles in 12 hits. Rocky Colavito hit a pair the opener, allowing five hits and striking out 11 men. Harry Chlti's of homers in the second game. The two clubs combined for 11 two-run double and three hits by | homers during the double-header. Old Archie Calls Paul Fender 4 Little Pipsqueak' LOS ANGELES (AP)-Imagine, says Ol' Archie Moore, that little pipsqueak Paul Perkier challenging me. "I am startled by Fender's audacity," saW .the venerable monarch of the 175-pounders, reflecting on the Boston Irishman's curious ambition to fight Moore for the lightheavyweight title. "For me to meet a man like that and face my conscience, I wou'd have to agree to let him carry a pistol," ageless Archie Littler Wins Oklahoma Title OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -Gene Littler headed for the National Open Golf Tournament today full of confidence after his sensational victory in the $30,000 Oklahoma City Open tourney Sunday. The Californian shot the 6,440- yard Twin Hills Country Club course in a final round of 68. It gave him a 72-hole total of 273 and a pay check of J4.300. But Littler's victory was hard earned. He had to birdie the. final three holes for the triumph, his first since the Milwaukee Open in August 1959. He ran down a 20- foot putt on the 18th hole to sink Art Wall Jr., who finished second at 274. Littler had a two-stroke lead over Wall going into the final round. Both got on the last green in good shape and Wall left himself two feet from the hole after his first putt. He ran it down and then watched Littler 'smooth stroke his final shot to the cup — a right breaker that dropped perfectly after taking a 6-inch turn. Arnold Palmer, the defending champion and favorite here, finished third at 276 after a final round 67 and a third-round 75 which killed his chances. told columnist Melvin Durslag of the Los Angeles Examiner. 'Tender is less than just plain nuthin'," Archie said, "he is sub- nuthin'." Moore said Pender beat Sugar Ray Robinson Friday for the New York-Massachusetts version of the middleweight title simply by out- clinching the Sugar Man. "This guy wrestled Robinson at least two minutes a round," Archie said. And armed or otherwise, Pender wouldn't get away with that against him, Archie said. "I spent 20 years researching a punch for just this type of opponent," Archie said. "I call it Archie Moore's wrestle-o-ree - nie'." "Most punches are thrown straight, or are brought up. The wrestle-o-reenie is brought down. Travels but eight inches. It is angled at 90 degrees and bears 500 pounds of pressure per square inch." "When I bring this punch down, the heels of the other man go up," smiled Moore. Archie, a 206Va-pound tower of jello in his last bout, said he'll have a new look when he meets Eric Scho«ppner for the 175- pound title next month. Archie gave this reason why he picked up the extra blubber: "I was just trying to prove that fat men have their place in the world, too." Habaneck, Hall Win Uniwah Monthly Shoot In the monthly handicap shoot Sunday at Uniwah Archery Club George Habaneck won first place in the men's division with a 580 score. In second place was Dave Hall with 574 and third was Don Kiel with 567. Margie Hall won the women's division with 492. Cleveland Baltimore New York Detroit Chicago Washington Kansas City Boston W. L. Pet. O.B 28 19 .596 31 23 .974 V4 27 21 .563 3 26 24 .531 3 28 25 .528 3 122 30 .423 8% 22 30 .423 8 17 32 .34? 12 Sunday Results Boston 4, Chicago 1 Washington 8-5, Detroit 3-12 Cleveland at New York (2) ppd rain Kansas City 6-5, Baltimore 1-: (2nd game, 10 innings) Monday Game* New York at Kansas City (N Only game scheduled Saturday Kemilt* Baltimore 6, Kansas City 5 (n 10 innings) New York 6, Cleveland 4 Washington 8, Detroit 7 Boston 5-4, Chicago 4-8 (day night) Tuesday Games Baltimore at Cleveland (N) New York at Kansas City (N Washington at Chicago (N) Boston at Detroit (N) National League W. L. Pet. G.B Pittsburgh 32 20 .615 — San Francisco 32 21 .604 Milwaukee 24 20 .545 4 Cincinnati 26 27 .491 6V4 St. Louis 25 27 .481 7 Los Angeles 24 28 .462 8 Chicago 20 26 .435 9 Philadelphia 19 33 .364 13 Sunday Results Pittsburgh 15-2, St. Louis 3-5 San Francisco 16, Milwaukee Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 1 Chicago 8, Philadelphia 7 (10 innings) Monday Games Milwaukee at San Francisco Only game scheduled Saturday Results Milwaukee 9, San Francisco 5 St. Louis 7, Pittsburgh 6 Philadelphia 7, Chicago 1 Los Angeles 5, Cincinnati 2 (N] Tuesday Games Pittsburgh at San Francisco (N) Chicago at Milwaukee (N) Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N) St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) Pro Golfer Finds Family Steals Game NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A professional golfer usually waves goodbye to his wife and family and heads for the course. But today things tire differen at the home of Harold Eller, pro at the Old Hickory course. Mrs. Eller and daughters Judy and Beverly (Mrs. Robert Bone) are away competing in the state women's tournament. Sons Rich ard, 13, and Mike, 9, are ploying in schoolboy events. > Yesterday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Batting — Jim Lemon, Senators, hit three home runs during doubleheader with Detroit, boosting his season total to 16. He drove in four runs in 8-3 first game vie- DRIVE A BIG BARGAIN NOW YOU CAN LEARN TO FLY ill • IT'S QUICK • EASY 4> INEXPENSIVE Anyone from li to M CM learn. Modem plane*, experienced la- uruclgr*. A (real enjoyment (or everyone A treat ast*t to tke butiaestman. (Veteran Approved) III FR EE DtMtmtritiii LMIII PHon. CL t.*437 Fln«u0ia« AmMf ad if Hi WALSTON AVIATION, Inc. Civic Lawer-dum-erer price* . . . Ejuier-then-ever termi . . , BttteMluu* ever trade*... 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LOUIS (AP)-The St. Louis Cardinals, disgraced 15-3 in the first game of a doubleheader, managed to pick up the pieces and take the second 5-2 Sunday. In the first match, Dick Stuart, Dick Groat and Smoky Burgess collected 13 of Pittsburgh's 23 hits. Stuart had five hits, two home runs and drove in five runs. St. Louis, however, took the series 3-1 and Pittsburgh is leading the National League by only game. Ernie Broglio notched his third victory in the second game, against two losses. The Cardinals defeated old teammate Wilmer Mizell. Broglio permitted 10 hits but was scored on only in the fifth. Reliever Lindy McDaniel worked the last inning after Gino Cimoli and Hal Smith started it with singles. In the first inning, Julian Javier, who was swapped for Mizell, doubled off Vinegar Bend and scored when Bob Nieman singled. Joe Cunningham hit his second homer in the sixth for the Cardinals. The crowd of 29,065 was the largest in St. Louis since Memorial Day of 1958, when 30,461 showed up. The Redbirds are idle today. week tn a practice round fired a 39-41 for a total of i) for the 79 par, 6450 yard course. the week-long tourney will feature fop notch golf with entries from all over the state, and the field win be tough as usual. According to Mrs. George B. Prout, tourney publicity chair* man, the rain over the weekend will help the course and cut down on the roll. The course was get* ting dry and the golfers were getting a little extra roll off each hit. The first round of play gets underway Monday, with each entrant playing 18 holes and the results used to determine the flight classification for the rest of the tournament. ALTON INVITATIONAL The final day of play to the Alton Invitational Oolf tourney wan washed out Sonday and will be finished next Sunday. The 36-hole tourney with more than 130 entrant* wa* going along nicely when the early Sunday afternoon thun- derahowers dimmed all hope of completing the tourney* Although some golfers finished the entire M holes, the entire day's play wa* canceled. The four men who are tied for the lead at the end of 18 holes, Frank Bono, M. Lowery, R. Lutz and M. Robyn will have the week to think over their chances of copping top place. MUSIAL'jS FANS Reports have Stan Musial ready to hang up his spikes and retire from the game as a result of the youth movement by the St. Louis Cardinals. Musial still rates as the biggest crowd pleaser the Cards have; Whenever Musial comes to' the plate to pinch hit, the fans give him the biggest hand of the game and even if he pops out, the fans still applaud. It may be the end of an era for Musial, but the fans still remember him and he is still the biggest draw the Cards have. tory and two more in second game 12-5 defeat. 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