Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 15, 1960
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WEDNf»bAY, JUNE 15, 1960 ALTON EVENING TBUMRAPH Hobbie Hurls Two-Hitter As Cubs Down Braves CHfCAOO #— The Chicago Cubs opened a 13-day, IB-game road trtp successfully Tuesday night with a 3-2 decision over Milwaukee behind the brilliant pitching of Qlen Hobbie. Hobbl« gave up but two hits —home runs by Del Crandall and Eddie Mathews in the eighth and ninth Innings — to score fill sixth victory against seven losses. Ernie Banks' 17th homer and Frank Thomas' 12th led Chicago's five hit attack. The Cubs' other run came on a single by Don Zimmer after a pair of walks. . The Cubs and'Braves meet in a twi-night doubleheader tonight with Diclt Ellsworth 3-3 and Seth Morehead 0-3 going against Carleton Wllley 3-3 and Warren Spahn 4-3. • The White Spx were rained out of their scheduled game against Washington and meet tho Senators tonight with Russ Kern- merer 3-3 facing Washington's Pedro Ramos 3-7. The ralnout has been rescheduled for Thursday night, previously an open date for both teams. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS t^os Antjeles — Otis Fuller. 192. Ixjs Angeles, outpointed Jim MeCaiier. 215. Seattle, 10. Flat Course Should Help u Old Pros Hogan and Snead LaMotta Never Liked Friends NEW YORK # - Jake Motta <m« summarised hto phi- DENVER, Colo, ffi — Those]one over par 73 hi practice losophy of life In two short sen- two ok) masters of golf. Ben Ho-i Tuesday, tences: l9m and Sam Snead, will have, -rm satisfied with thp way! "Friends," he sneered, "are something e?fra going for themirm playing," said an umwually for the birth. I'm looking out torjln the National Open champion- ohipper Hogan after leaving the jJake LaMotta." ship stmtlnf, Thurwtny. ! Psychologists probably would I have an answer for LaMotta's I attitude. He was born of povtr- ity. had to quit school early to support his family and finally drifted Into boxing. course after 16 holes when a! •» for Hogan, It's the generaljsudden windstorm swept the; flatness of the 7,004-yard, par i layout. „_„ 35-36-71 Chrrry Hills Country Hojwn. nt 47 seeking an un-l JSJ 'JT~^ Oub where a select field of 15o!p r pr«lpnt«l fifth Open crown.! "* yi begin playing for keeps at 8 a.m. nnd the peppy, wise-cracking) The double round that climax-'Snead, 48. represent the old I But this was the case with ales this flOth edition of golf's topi pros' major challenge to golf's! ! lot of other fighter*. LaMotta stem- 'prestige tournament on Satur- 1 young bloods, headed by touma- ied to go out of his way to make;day shouldn't be as gruelling as mont favorite Arnold Palmer. ienemies in his trade. the others the solemn bantam>Bow Flnsterwald. defending: Tuesdav LaMotta. 39. admit- from Texas has faced since his,champion Billy Casper, Ken; *• ..' ... I* »_..A.._l /*! .. u ^ f 1A«1 __ AU jj Hit ll*dk Three t League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday Night Results Sioux City 7-10, Topeka 6-8 Cedar Rapids 4-8, Green Bay'he threw a bout in 1947 against ted before a Senate hearing that Fox Cities 2-7, Burlington 1-9 Lincoln 6-6, Des Molnes 5-11 Slates from Pembrokeshire In South Wales were used on the original roof of the British House of Commons, destroyed in World War 11. Billy Fox — something most \vlt- nesses to the proceedings suspected all along. LaMotta now is earning hli. living as a movie actor. He is in a film entitled "Splendor in the Grass," in New York. legs were mangled in a near fatal auto accident 11 years ago. For Snead, It's the law of averages. Despite a record 105 Venturl, Gene Littler and Mlkr Souchak. All will be swinging away at what most of them consider the! tournament victories, including easiest Open course In recent) three PGA and three Masters years. There will be II holes' titles, the West Virginia hillbilly!each Thursday and Friday be-' has never won the Open. This Is j fore the 36-hole showdown onj The St. Louis Cardinals have!he was a mere 25. ! his 20th attempt in an unbroken! Saturday. • |string that began In 1937 when: Andre Martin, rookie defense- Broadway stage star Ruth i a 1%0 working agreement with "You know, I might just win man with Cleveland's hockey Gordon was born in Wollaston. the Memphis Chicks in the one of _these here things some Mass. Southern Assn. time," Snead said after a steady team, is one of 29 children of a Quebec family. 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Forty-one members of the ,Mrs. Fred Sawyer family of | Bunker Hill met Sunday at the ihomp of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. j Pennington for a pot luck dinner.! i Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jones were! i dinner guests Sunday of Mr. andj (Mrs. Glenn Jones and family ot I Rosewood Heights in honor of Mrs. Ben Jones' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Larcher Heal have moved to their new home recently purchased in Bunker Hill. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Leonora Elliott over the weekend were: Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Strohbeck of Ingersoll; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lucker of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elbergj and children of Brighton. M. Israel was the first modern state to be officially created by the United Nations. TV ditfcftt 4 .IS ..1« .41 THURSDAY H. Gunther N H. Gunther N Opener N; Perm voxel Farm N. Williams G. wnilame Clockwstoner G. N; Newioma O. Newioms v: Day Bob Day N; Gunther H. Ounther N N: Farm T. Dilley N; Datley T. Dalley N; W Rex Dsvls clockwatcher N: Newsoms O. Newtema N; Newiome O. Newiome World N H. 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