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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 35

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THURSDAY, JUNE 16, I960 ALTON EVENtNG TBLEORAPK MOB Baseball Bingo Proves Big Hit With Many Fans NEW YORK (AP) —Anyone for ta * bftll ,. bl '* 0? , That the name of a new game currently making the rounds of minor league ball parks. Some say it 8 in the cards to be tried eventually In the majors. The originators of baseball bingo think It's the greatest thing since Tinker to Evers to Chance. They predict It will sharply Increase minor league attendance. At Its best, baseball bingo Is certain to be a big hit with the womenfolk and keep fans interested In the action on the diamond Baseball , flics out to left Winners are thow cards that | cro99 out M tne g^f^ ,„ anV | ! horizontal, vertical or diagonal! ;„,)„„,„. -r^p arp 210 card »nv! ihinations. The game's originators 1 sav , hprc sholl)d ^ slx wlnnm j | for each 1,000 cards distributed. » T g, MI « • ' C/.O. IO 1 ftrt'C i ' //fl Bc,lf TfVIW ! SAN ANTONIO. Tex. (AP) — iThe United States will take the; Coast Sacramento 3-6, Seattle 2-2 Tacoma 3-5, Spokane 2-4 Salt Lake 8, Portland 5 Vancouver 5, San Diego 3 rtHWWWHi AMMt* Houston 3, Charleston 0 Indianapolis 11, St. Paul 3 Dallas-fort Worth 11, Denver 6 Minneapolis 4, Louisville 2 tntermttomt taagttf Rochesljpr 4-t, Richmond 3-5 Columbus 10, Buffalo 1 Toronto 6, Havana 1S Miami 17, Montreal 6 Fred William* Signs With Chicago Bears Carlos Ortiz Beats Loi kagne Leaders To Retain Junior Crown H.r TUB ASSOTMTICD PRKSB Batting (based on IflO or more: at bntsi — Burgess, Pittsburgh,! SAN FRANCISCO (AP> -Junior 1374. and Loi, HO, belt each • 3B3: ^ ei "ente, PlttsburRh, .341. welterweight champion Carlos Ortiz changed his nine today and offered Italian Dullto Lot, loser in 15-round othrr. Loi. 31. who lost only his second of 112 fights, said he relnjured his; _*™? hand In the second round. Runs — Hoak, Pittsburgh, 45; ln hurt fist had mused a twxMveek a close and gruelling tltlp fight, a rematch. Ortix. 23-year-old Puerto Rlcan- postponpnipnt. bom tie* Yorker. contended he- u , mW )rf> ,„,„,,, forr the first round bell that pp,,,^^ Wednesday night's nationally televised title bout would be a warm- and Outdoors with Humid Brand tew fttoraiM 9HK --*- - k llliM fc ^ m ^ m ^^ u j m *.» BIB PIBH i-wwm^OI ada. HW • W^sfBW we cneoonttred weft fnt qoittw*. Thtt dow have a ctrttin tppMl to arm-chaff. - Pittsburgh, 80; Pittsburgh, Tfi. Doubles — Robinson, Cincinnati and Uront, Pittsburgh, 13: Bruton, up. a stepping stone to a battle !**"" Milwaukee and Cunningham, rWcrw Vern Bybee and •Tudge,L OU j g St. f !* ht TH P Ies ~ , ' " ft . pv "• ' Tud ? p ^ BnttBre had lBruton. Mlhvatikee and Klrkland, .San Francisco, 6; Skinner, Pitts- with Joe Brown who holds the _.. more lucrative lightweight boxing °" iz fwo f 10 " 1 ** ln front ' crown. Brbee srored the last two : burgh, 5. But after the split decision ver- rounds, both furious, for Orti*. j Home runs — Banks, Chicago diet. Ortiz commentpd. "Sure I'd Zidich saw them for Loi: Bottaro and Boyer. St. Louis, 17: Mathews AP Implies - baseball with a dash ,,f to the 1960 Olympic*, the team's bingo or visa versa. Fans .««* ! Army officer coach predicts. ing ball games receive cards on Thiw members and an alt?r- which are "sted 24 baseball «itua-i m te will be named at the con- tions. A sample card lists across elusion of tryouts at Ft. Sam the top "home shortstop flies out "visiting catcher to center field," flies out to left pitcher hits batter," "home bft fielder grounds out second to|j first" and "visiting first baseman Houston here July 20-24. CHARCOAL 5 POUND BAGS! 3 - 89 C With Gas Purchase GOLDEN RULE - FINA - GODFREY, ILL. On* Mile North of Alton on Route 67 Athletes must compete in riding, fencing, pistol shooting, swim- jining and cross country running, in that order. The United States never has (won a gold medal in modern | pentathlon competition, and may not this year, hut Lt. Col. John W. Russell feels "our prospects are probably about as good as they have ever been." iliams. 248-pound defensive tackle,: his ninth season Bears of the Na- Itional Football League. Williams, former University of ! Arkansas star, played in four Pro Bowl games, In 1953, 1954. 1959 jand 1960. At Arkansas, Williams jalso was an intercollegiate wres- Uer and boxing champion. Milwaukee. 14. Stolen bases Mays. San Fran- would be a terrific match and « round, would fill the Cow Palace." Only 4.232 paying fans showed Bottaro for Ortiz. 145-143 and 148-; Pitching (based on 5 or more up at the 16.000-seat arena, pay- 14«: Zldich for Loi, 145-143. The'decisions* —Williams. Los Ange W*a> Gwgwi, Wood River, guest columnist for today, tells about n recent overnight fishing trip by nn Alton area party of fathers and sons. What Dortor Ordered Take six small boys, ranging in age from four to nine. Add three fathers. Blend together with a mutual love of the outdoors he awarded ft grand prised to Harold Brand Jr., tor Ms total of is fish and a similar prtee to Terry Leonard for his It fish. As the regular writ* ot this column Brand has created the mythlrttl "Boner* Oub" which, oddly, has never had his name on the roster. However, at this point is only proper that hi* name .. and a heaping measure of fath-jbe duly Inscribed. After hours er-son companionship. Let this J of planning; much dedicated mixture simmer during an over-!labor In preparing dough-bait night fishing expedition and for a trot-line — Brand forgot to ^ final verdict: Bybee andU^,' l^son!"3^«. 14. ^.P yourself ,o a large Portion bring the tnotline along, of life at its golden best. You; Late Anglers will even find yourself wanting Brand ing n gross $20,411 to watch Ortiz. AP had it for Ortiz. 145-143. Three t League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS < Wednesday Night Result* Des Moines 7-21. Lincoln 0-9 Fox Cities fi-20. Burlington 5-2 Green Bay I. Cedar Rapids 0 Sioux City .11, Topeka 6 Tilden (Happy) Campbell, Ala- One-half of the adult popula- •bama's baseball coach, has hadition of the United States spends nine Southeastern Conference !6 billion dollars annually for champions in 21 years. cigarettes. For FATHER'S DAY- GIVE DAD A MOST USEFUL GIFT ... SEAT COVERS from ALTON SEAT COVERS AND UPHOLSTERING CO. Broadway and Henry HO 2-4561 les. 5-0: Law, Pittsburgh 9-2. Strikeouts — Drysdale. Los An- jgeles, 104: Friend. Pittsburgh, 82. American League Batting (based on 100 or more at batsl — Runnels. Boston, .374; Marls. New York, .334. Runs — Mantle, New York, 46; Maris, New York, 37. Runs batted in — Maris. New York, 47: Hansen, Baltimore, 42. Hits — Runnels, Boston, 73; Minoso and Smith, Chicago, 64. to go back for seconds. Last Thursday this writer, with sons Robert and Paul; William with and Harwith son Harold >Tr. ( and nephew Ter ry I^onard tried this recipe land found It to be just what the Rlaten dr., sons Pat Mike and old Brand partially : himself by remembering the trot line as we were passing through Graf ton and arranged by telephone to have it brought up By Slaten.Slaten arrived later in the evening with sons Pat and Mike and accompanied by Buddy Leon< ard, Terry's brother. Leonard proved himself a very dedicated fisherman. Having spent the day at another fishing spot near Pleasant Hill fishing with two Doubles — Lollar, Chicago and j doctor ordered Skowron, New York. 16; Marls,: Throughout the spring we had New York and Allison, Washing- i waited eagerly for the high wat ton, 14. Triples —Fox, Chicago, 6; Aparicio. Chicago, Snyder. Kansas City and Becqucr, Washington, 4. Home runs — Maris, New York, 18; Lemon, Washington. 16. Stolen bases — Aparlcto, Chicago. 15: Minoso, Chicago and Pier- sail. Cleveland, 9. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions) — Coatos, New York. 7-0. B. Daley. Kansas City, 8-2. Strikeouts — Pascual, Washington, 90: Burning, Ppfroft, 87. SPORTSMAN! FREE! CELEBRATING OUR 21st ANNIVERSARY CARL'S ROYAL 99 FREE! U. S. Rout* 67 Godfrey, Illinois Friday, Saturday, Sunday JUNE 17-18-19 FREE Set of 4 Tea Tumblers with a ffillup of 8 gals, or more FREE DOOR PRIZES WIEGAND OIL COMPANY DISTR. W« Accept All OJI Company Credit Cards THE BOUTS OVER SAN FRANCISCO—Carlos Ortiz, right, of New York, and Italy's Duilio Loi posed in ring at the Con Palace in San Francisco last night after their 15- round bout for the junior welterweight title held by j Ortiz. Carlos retained crown via a split decision. (AP Wirephoto.) j Phillies Swap Anderson, Post to Cincinnati Reds i PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The I runs and ended with a .309 aver- : Philadelphia Phillies today an-1 age. He was used sparingly this 1 nounced the trade of outfielders season affer a P°° r 1939 when his Harry Anderson and Wally Post av ' era 8 r S 1'PP«1 to .254. and a minor league player, Fred Gon/alp?: ls 22. Tlie Cuban is in Hopke of Buffalo, to Cincinnati^ 18 first - vear wrjth the Reds - com-' for Tony Gonzalez, Lee Walls and " lg up from Havana whewi he hit a minor league player to bo named later. I Anderson, 28, broke in with thej Phillies in 1957. In 1958 he wasi named major league sophomore of the year when he batted .301 with 23 homers and 97 runs batted in, his career high. But last sea son he slumped to .240. His average thus far this season was .230. Post, 30, will be returning to the club lie broke in with in 1933. His best year was in 1955 when he hit 40 homers, batted in 109 MAKE A BROiLER ON THB SPOT *- last vear. Telegraph Want Ads "Click." WWEN WILLOW^ A8P*N OR OTHRM SWEKT WOOD (tO RCSIN- 003 PINK, ETC.). OUT A FORKRO BRANCH, AND SHAPE AS SHOWN. SUPPORT M«AT Oft FISH FAUNA FIRE, AND TURN TO BROIL BOTH SIDES UNTIL DON*. or to subside so that we could take the boys to the Alton-Wood River Sportsmen's dub grounds at Pleasant Hill. Needless to say our eagerness was tempered by a great deal of apprehension as to whether or not we would be able to cope wilh the youngsters without the aid of their mothers. Mothers have such a knack of knowing just what to do about a running nose or where to find the one missing sock. However, in spite of our apprehension it didn't take a great deal of prodding to get us started as soon as the opportunity a rose v In packing we had found that it takes practically as much eo^iipment for n one-night stay as it would for a month's vaca- Uion. The moms, in their zeal to | sec to it that the boys had their ikleenex and extra so.\, had pack- i ed a great many more things that we didn't use then the things that we did use. We solved the logistic problem by taking along iour boat — not. to use as a boat jbut as a cargo trailer. ; Both Surprised We set forth Thursday after noon, amving at the Pleasant Hill Club grounds by evening. The dust had hardly settled before t h e boys had donned their life jackets and were off to the j fishing spots. Paul Gergen, our five-year-old, found an unsuspecting bluegill and pulled it in before tlic fish realized that Paul 'was as surprised as it was. Brand had organi/ed a fishing derby by offering a prize to the boy who caught the most fish. This proved more costly than he had anticipated since the derby almost became a dead heat. The results were so dose that TOMMY IVO DAYS JUNE 18-19 World't Record Holdir in Gat Twin Engine Buiok at 173 MPH! 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Since flsfltsfUWB t&a always well supplWrt Urttt yarns we «wappwl rtW them as well M wflh their twn, tfUMta BOB*. ifflMM* MAMJTt who is caretaker for ttw ffwnult of rrad Vanett of • AJtdB, also joined us In our yardn-«w«pplng. The Roses, in addition . to «i«1r duties of earing for the club property, also provide a service for those fishermen and their families who enjoy really regal living along with their fishing. They serve home-cooked, family- style meats at nominal prices. Life haft many jay* that cannot be measured: the rapture of a small boy landing a small bluegill; his ' eager anticipation of being able to go fishing with dad;' that grown-up look be gets being part of dad's fishing par- priests he practically met him-jty. These are the thing! that self coming back, making thej make up for all the trouble we trip twice In one day. | go through. Since it would seem a shame to i Oh - y es - * d w l adulte Wtch go to all of the trouble for a trot- line without using it we stayed up until 2:30 a.m. running the line (Incidently without much luck). One should never expect to get much sleep on a fishing trip. About two hours later, in the cold grey light of predawn we were awakened by our five-year-old, Paul; standing beside our bed like a pint-sized leprechaun, ready to go fishing. "The fish will want . their breaknst." he said. Since "roughing it" at Pleasant Hill Club Grounds consists any fish? A few. But you try to fish when you have the line* of six small boys to untangfo,... see how many you catch. Stan Smrke of Rochest*r was the leading goal scorer fH'the American Hockey Leagiw last season Witt 40 tallies. " . Bi«» ,:...,".v. Blu0a!ll Crappfc y CatrJiM BLUE RIDQE LAKE MIHIN* «ii PICNIC 2Vi Miles We*t And 2H tt North ot Fofterburf. 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