Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1960 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 13, 1960
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MONDAY, JUNE 13,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Celtic Ash Comes from Last to Grab Belmont NEW YORK <AP)-Celtic Ash, • new challenger for the 3-year- old championship alter his powerful victory in die $180,900 Bel- mom Stakes Saturday, will take on older hones next, his trainer said today. Tom J. Barry, following somewhat the pattern of Sword Dancer after his 1959 Belmont victory, •aid Celtic Ash's next start would be in the H00,000-added Monmouth Park Handicap July 16. The colt, foaled in England but raised in Ireland, then will start i.i the $50,000-added choice stakes for 3-year-olds at Monmouth Park Aug, 3 before meeting horses of Tompion and the tQnf Ranch's Disperse second and third. Celtic Ash suddenly ranged up on the outside, and with about an eighth to travel, moved into the lead to draw away for an easy SU lengths victory. Cubs Employ 21 Players To Whip Phils CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago the same age again Aug. 20 in \ Cubs found there is strength in the STS.ODO-added Travers Stakes {lumbers Sunday and defeated the at Saratoga. The Monmouth Han- Philadelphia Phils 8-7 in 10 innings on Richie Ashburn's run- dlcpp and Travers are both a mile and one charter, the choice'scoring single with two out. a mile and one sixteenth. Sword Dancer won both the Monmouth Handicap and Travers, among other race* enroute to the 3-year-old title and horse Of the year honors. The Cubs employed 21 men to 18 for Philadelphia in a game trailing by which found them three runs In the first inning, four in the third and four in the seventh before rallying for a tie and The 3-year-old title is in a mer-jthen going out for the victory, ry scramble, with the Sunny Bluej The winning pitcher was Mark Farm's Venetian Way having won j Freeman, the big righthander the Kentucky Derby, the Turfland'who had not scored a major syndicate's Bally Ache scoring in (league victory until he hurled a I the Preakness, and Joseph E. four-hitter against the Phils Fri-> O'Connell's Celtic Ash the Bel- day. Freeman, the sixth Cub month. pitcher, took over in the 10th,, Bally Ache was withdrawn from when Seth Morehead got into a the Belmont because of a slight jam, and got the side out. ankle injury. S l oppy p i ay ma rked the triumph Sleepless Stan Williams Cops Sixth Straight Win LOS ANGELES. Calif. (API Stan Williams has trouble sleeping after he wins, and if his luck doesn't change shortly he's liable to turn into an Insomniac. He blew down the CindnnaU Britain Wins Back Wightman LONDON (AP)-The Wlghtman tennis cup Is back In Britain— but the Wimbledon women's crown may be going back to the United States. The British are backing Darlene Hard of Montebello, Calif., to beat their own Christine Truman at [feeds with a four-hitter Sunday and scored his sixth straight victory, 3-1. "After 1 win a game," he said, "I like to replay it in my mind, going over the good pitches and the bad ones. Only when you're replaying them, you don't seem to make as many bad ones. "Last time I won t couldn't get to sleep at all, so I got up and got a soft drink and then tried to do some reading. It was 5:30 in the morning by the time I dropped off and I didn't get up until 3:30 the next afternoon." fn 70 Innings this season, Williams has walked only 35 and The Telegraph'* Dotty struck out 86, a big improvement over past seasons. I won all her three matches in thej Wightman Cup against this weekend. The British girls won 4-3 and regained the cup. But Darlene, 24, had a hand in all three Amer he said. "I'm getting it over Britain lbetter and 1>m tnpowin S lt faster so it breaks sharper. "Joe Becker, Dodger pitching conch, has been working on It with me four years, but it's only ican victories. She defeated Miss Truman, Britain's No. 1, and Ann Haydon, who previously had never in the last games that it's realty come around." "I was always worried about Stan's curve," said Dodger Man Celtic Ash was seventh and last for a mile, then Jockey Bill Hartack let him loose. He circled the big bend and Ventian Way field on the final joined the battle. still led at the head of the stretch with a quarter mile left, with C. V. Whitney's odds-on favorite How's the Vitw from th« driver's seat in your car? Panoramic windshields For All Cars'. We install windshields and Car windows quickly. LYONS • Glass Co., 2400 Belle. Dial HO 2-27S1 for the Cubs. Earl Averill singled with one out in the 10th. Then when Freeman bunted Averill to second, Averill went all the way to third on a bad throw by sec ond baseman Tony Taylor. Ashburn then hit a shot towarc center field. Taylor grabbed the ball, but his throw was late and the Cubs won. The Chicago White sox did noi fare as well. They dropped a 4-1 decision to Boston and suffered their 15th defeat in the last 25 games. Frank Sullivan held the Sox to seven hits while Boston tagged Bob Shaw with his sixth loss against five victories. Gene Freese had two hits for Chicago and Roy Sievers drove in the White Sox' only run. The Cubs and Sox met in Comiskey Park tonight in their annual exhibition game for the benefit of boys' baseball. The Sox plan on using Herb Score. The Cubs will employ Moe Drabowsky, Johnson. Dick Drott and Ben Bath sponges exist mostly in the waters of the Mediterranean, off the coast of Florida and off the Bahamas. First stop on a real vacation Try HFC Vacation Money Service . .. have more fun. Arrange the cash loan you need at your HFC office... then travel when and where you want, free of financial wor« lies. Use HFC cash for transportation, lodging, meals, ciothes... all your vacation expenses. You can rety on HFC to give you fast courteous loan service... based on 82 years experience. And wherever you travel coast to coast, one of HFC's more than 1000 offices (throughout the U, S. including Hawaii, and Canada) will be Mar-fay to give you additional money service. We insurance at group rate it available on att loan* THE WINNER! NEW YORK—Celtic Ash, with Bill Hartack in the saddle, is led to the winner's circle by Frederick Janien after his victory in the Belmont Stakes at New York's Belmont Park Saturday. Janien is a friend of Celtic Ash's owner, Joseph E. O'Connell, who is in the hospital. (AP Wirephoto.) lost a Wightman Cup singles | match. ager Walt Alston. "I felt if he Darlene also partnered with j could get the damn thing over i Karen Hantze, 17. the San Diego! he'd be a helluva pitcher. | starlet playing in her first Wight- "And the fact that he's getting jman Cup match, in a fantastic the curve ball in there mckes his J6-0, 6-0 doubles triumph over fast ball just that much better." Miss Haydon and Angela Morti- Williams would have had a shut out Sunday if he hadn't fed Eddie Kasko a half-speed fast ball in the seventh inning. Kasko drove Bragg Would Settle for World Pole Vault Record By ED CORRIGAfi Associated Press Sports Writer QUANTICO, Va. (AP) - Don Bragg decided today to lower his sights temporarily. "As of now," the big Villanova graduate said, "I will be happy merely to break the world outdoor record (the only one that's officially accepted around the world) for the pole vault. "I'm still hopeful of getting up to 16 feet, but I'll settle for the record." on the books. Both Bragg and G u t o w s k i cleared 15-3 in the Armed-Forces Championships here Saturday. Bragg was asvarded first place because he had fewer misses. For Gutowski, who has been having his troubles getting over 15 feet of late, it marked his best performance of the year. "I was pleased with my performance," said Bragg. "Considering l hurt my back at Comp . ton (Calif.) last week, it wasn't a The current world mark of 15: bad vaul , r had doubt that feet, 8V* inches is held by Bob rd be able to com p e(e . j think Gutowski of the Marine Corps. Hej rl , )av off now until Uie Olympic set it more than three years ago. jtryouts July 1-2." Bragg, for his part, has cleared i „,, t , . ,, . ,._ 15-9V S indoors, but indoor records I What about Gutowskl? are not passed on by the Inter-j^" 1 can ^ national Amateur Athletic Federation, so he still is second best Fay All Your Bills in One Place BUDGET SERVICE 321 East Broadway HO 5-3113 him out," said Bragg. "The only explanation I can offer is that he is in a bad slump. That has happened tO'all pole vaulters. I've been in slumps that I thought I'd never come out of." The shortest distance across the Atlantic Ocean is 1,850 miles metween Dakar, Africa and thej bulge of Brazil. mer. The British crowd, wild with excitement at seeing their girls win the cup for only the sixth time in 32 attempts, still loved good-humored Darlene. the the pitch into the left-field seats, accounting for the only Cincinnati run. «=£ River Ripples 5=5 and Outdoors with Harold Brand On Record June 4, Boat Trip this column told how Ken Kaiser, 27, and Dale Dalluhn, 23, of Stillwater, Minn, began a. 4,394-mile round trip from the headwaters of the Mississippi in Northern Minnesota to New Orleans. The men arriv ed in New Orleans with a run ning time of 92 hours and 20 minutes using twin Scott 60 horsepower outboard motors on a 17-foot Mugnolia catamaran hull. On June 9, the men began the return journey of 2,197 miles They lived on protein tablets and stopped only for fuel or to avoic bad weather. "We saved our money and planned this vacation boat trip for a long time," Kaiser said. "We wanted to do something that never had been done before. That's worth losing sleep for." When Kaiser and Dalluhn ! complete the upriver leg of their They always come in one delicious flavor! trip, they will be the first men to make the record distance round trip on the Mississippi in an open outboard boat, they believe. This column has pointed out previously that one of the contributing factors to the phenomenal growth the past decade of boating in is due consid erably to the dependability of outboard motors. This kind of an endurance run goes a long way to proving that outboard motors are no longer the cantankerous, hard-start ing, spasmodic running engines they were prior to World Wai H. And of course boat manufacturers have kept pace with roomier, safer and modern designed hulls. Boating Law Enforcement * Friday evening this column told of information received from Fred Parker regarding reckless boat operation and that it was impractical to deputize other boatowners to help police our vast inland waterways. We received further word from Lewis L. Cox, Assistant Chief Division of Law Enforcement, Department of Conservation. Cox pointed out that under the ame and Fish codes, the department doesn't have authority o deputize private citizens to act as conservation investigators unless they are bona-fide em- ployes of the department. His let- er also stated in part: 'We are very anxious to cur- ail any and operations on all reckless boat waters in Illinois. am certain you realize that many incidents will occur that ivill not be observed by our of- leers due to the vast scope of water that must be patrolled. Sign Complaint In the specific case mentioned in your letter (showoff pilots reported in this column May 25) any citizen could sign a complaint against these two men. I would suggest that more than one witness be available to tea- Mi MuitO Music We'"* p. Oordoa 3: Gordon D. GO rdon N; Muile MuslO D, Gordon *, ,, sitn Off fj, f Aete Proiran St, Lout* N: trnat* "Fall-of Frjjnw" N MemorIM N J. 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White Sox Sell Moore To Washington CHICAGO (AP) —The Chicago White Sox today sold the veteran right-handed pitcher, Ray Moore, to the Washington Senators for an undisclosed amount of money. Moore, with a 1-1 record this season, has been used exclusively 'or relief duty. Sale of Moore brings the White Sox roster back to 25 following the acquisition of Pitcher Bob Rush on waivers from the Milwaukee Braves of the National League. Three I League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday'* Games Cedar Rapids at Lincoln (2), ppd, rain. Burlington at Topcka, ppd, rain. Sunday's Games Topeka 6, Burlington 5 (10 Innings) ify in court as to this reek- ess operaton. Also, the fuct that hese persons are from St. Louis s somewhat of a problem, as we rain. do not have authority to extra- di.e them from Missouri and would have to wait until they were Fox Cities at DCS Moines, ppd, Green Bay at Sioux City, ppd, o The , Lnifed Sta l es P roduces :50 ° bill •on wood and paper mchs a again in Illinois to serve a war- _ rant for this violation. : to issue : arrest "tickets to all per"We, in the enforcement di-j sons operating a boat in such vision, feel that safe boat op- j a majine r as to endanger others." TV digest with John N. 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