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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH irates Open 4-Game Bulge in N L Giants in FaU b Leaders By BD WTLK8 Press Sports Writer Los Angeles Dodgers, wob- worM champions thus far, find whether they're really on the back tonight when they open ;.game series with Pitts's National League-leading Dodgers climbed'into fifth | flace with a 10-6 decision over fart-place Philadelphia Thursday toght. The champs, nine games Wit of first place, have won four III their last five games—afl •gainst Cincinnati and the Phils. .Pittsburgh completed a three- fcame sweep at San Francisco Utfth a 10-7 victory. The Pirates HOW have a four-game lead over tile second-place Giants who have lost tour In a row. Milwaukee, five games back in third, defeated the Chicago Cubs 10-7. Fourth- place St. Louis made it four 1 Straight, spilling Cincinnati toj fcbrth with a 6-5 decision. j The Pirates, picking right-hand-i er Vern Law (9-2) to face the; Dodgers' Stan Williams (5-0) to- tright, took two of three in their but trip to Los Angeles. But the Dodgers sent them skidding out of first place with a three-game sweep at Pittsburgh three weeks ago. Wally Moon and Frank Howard each hit three-run homers for the Dodgers, who tagged loser John) Buzhardt (2-5) and three relievers j for 15 hits. Moon's shot climaxed a four-run third and he then Kansas City Nips Yank Surge, 9-1 By ED WtLftft I for the Senators. Gerry Staley AModated Prtm Sport* Writer |(8-2>. who pitched three hltless When the Kansas City A's final-i Inning of mop-up relief, was giv- 'ly derided to stop the nonsense, j ,> n tnf , victory although Dick Don- they really did a job. They belted; wan WM fne p)fchpr o{ Tfcord l Baltimore the Yankees 9-1 Thursday night. . ,,.„..„ , . .rwpiAnH blocking their shot at th/Amerl- whf>n thp VVMr *>* CTarkpd ^New Sk [ran League lead. ^ M in ' r sixtn - Chicago ' It was the A's first victory over Consecutive one-out singles by r^troit the Yanks in nine tried—and their; pinch-hitter Sandy Amoros. Eddie,Washington first over southpaw Whitey fiord | Yost and Frank Boiling beat Bos-i Kansas City In seven years. iton for Tiger reliever Dave SislerjBoston With the Yankee defeat, Baltl-1(4-2). Williams' home run, seventh more bounced back into first place {of the season, came off lefty re- by VA games over New York and liever Hank Aguirre. Cleveland, tied for second. The, Orioles had beaten the Indians 3-2 j Jin 11 innings on Ron Hansen'si home run In an afternoon game. ! The Chicago White Sox clung to' fourth place, 2% games behind,! by whipping Washington 10-4. i Fifth-place Detroit defeated Bos-1 iton 6-5 in 10 innings after Tedj By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. O.B. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, I960 !• tfet §portllte JACK BARBAN 34 29 29 30 23 22 23 18 24 22 22 23 24 30 32 34 Missouri Bound Ken Damron, three-year letterman at Alton High School in toot- ball, plans to attend the University of Missouri In the fall on an athlet- is scholarship. Damron, a rugged 190-pound guard for the Redblrds. won the Alton Elk's Club Outstanding Lineman of the Year Award last season and is figured to be pound forj .369 .338 .423 .418 .346 IVi 3 9 pound n top notch college prospect. Damron will join another Alton; alum, Mike Hunter, a sophomore, who is figured to be a key figure: pricing itself out of the market. The bonus each year for top young talent Increases and the Chicago Cubs hit the high water mark a couple of dayt ago with the six figure price to the young high schooler from Massachuette. The kid WM even pranlMd « chance to play Immediately and will not be farmed te the minor leRfBW. Mr. Wrlgley will have to sell a lot of chewing gum to pay for the bonus boys' salary. The youngsters can't be blamed , ,/«.«„ !-«_., i lilt! YUUIlKBlCia IX in the quarterback slot for Danj »•*_..:_._•„ T*l«*n*ie Mrivl ortafenn •. Of » iDevine's Tigers next season 13 ! Floyd Adds More Pounds For Big Bout ST. LOUIS HAWK ROOKIES Monticello, N. Y.—Three of the top rookies at the St. Louis Hawks summer camp seem to be enjoying comments by the Hawks general manager, Ed Macauley, ana coach Paul Seymour. The annual summer camp ends Sunday afternoon. Left to right, Macauley, Fred LaCour (San Francisco), Edgar Smallwood (Evansville), Len Wllkens (Providence) and Seymour. _ „.,„„.., _„„„ B > MCJRBAV RO8K Associated Press Sport* Writer NEWTOWN, Conn. (API-Will Williams' 499th home run gavr> the I Red Sox a tie in the ninth. Loft-hander Bud. Daley's four- Ihit pitching made it a breeze for the A's who had lost 14 in a row to Ford since August 22, 1953. (Six or seven :.. ore pounds help or j Daley, top winner in the AL and I hurt Floyd Patterson in his return itied with Pittsburgh's Vern Law [bout Monday with heaivywelght I and St. Louis' Larry Jackson as! champion Ingemar Johansson? ithe winnlngest Remits Baltimore 3, Cleveland 2 (11 innings> Detroit 6. Boston 5 (10 innings) Chicago 10, Washington 4 Kansas City 9, New York 1 Friday Game* New York at Chicago (N) Washington at Kansas City (N) Baltimore at Detroit (N) Boston at Cleveland (N) Saturday Games New York at Chicago 2 V *i Damron plans on majoring in, of all things, journalism. Lawyer-Golfer John W. Hoefert, Alton, will be among the 106 Illinois lawyer-golfers competing In the Illinois State Bar Assn'i. annual golf tourney at the Glen Flora Country fJlub In Wauke«an starting next Friday. Where or Jackpot wherr but in the United States can an 18-year-old Baltimore at Detroit Boston at Cleveland Washington at Kansas City (N) I youth get a $125,000 contract to I play baseball before he has even i proven his ability. i Major league baseball carrying I its big bonus program into the ° >B> "sizzling sixties" is gradually 1 Pittsburgh ISan Francisco brought in the clincher with a sacrifice fly in the fifth for a total of 22 RBI In a 12-game hitting streak. Southpaw Johnny Podres (6-5) won for the fourth time in his last five decisions. He gave up 10 of the Phils' 14 hits and needed relief help in a four-run eighth. Bob Skinner drove In five runs for Pittsburgh, bringing the Bucs from behind with a grand-slam homer in a six-run fifth inning as they beat Jack Sanford (6-3) tor the first time in two years. Consecutive triples by Don Hoak and Bill Mazerostd gave Pittsburgh the decisive run in a three-run eighth against reliever Johnny Antonelli. Wilmer (Vinger Bend). Mizell (3-4) was the winner, but was chased in a five-run ninth capped by Willie Kirkland's three run homer off Roy Face. Three runs in the eighth did it for the Braves with Hank Aaron's two-run triple the payoff shot against losing reliever Joe Schaf- fernoth (0-1). Reliever Ron Piche won his first in his third major league decision, although blowing a 6-5 lead when Don Zimmer greeted him with a solo home run in the seventh. The Cards, seven games behind Pittsburgh, beat Bob Purkey (5-3) with a 6-1 lead in five innings. Lindy McDaniel had to save it after a two-run homer by Frank Robinson got the Res rolling for four runs against winner Ernie Broglio (4-2) in the eighth. Victoria Park Sees Action In U. S. Again NCAA Begins; Athletes Indians, Cubs, Set Sights on Olympics Cards She11 Out igest in thr majors.; "it's going to help," said Pat-Iff;,'.*,£": struck out four and walked fourlterson today. "I'm hitting harder while squaring his lifetime mark and I think I'm just as fast at 188 St ' Louis National League W. L Pet. 35 20 32 23 .636 .561 market, but the major leagues will eventually reach a point of no return in the loot giving department. Most of the large bonus deals are paid out to the youngsters in salaries stretching over a five or six year period to help on the tax problem, making his yearly salary many times higher than some of the established players of known ability playing beside them in the major leagues. If the present pace continues, the $500,000 level for some young flash will be reached in a couple of years. When things come easy at a young age, the end result is sometimes a disaster to the youth and to baseball. BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) -Col-'NCAA Track, 120; Kansas. legiatc track stars — 489 of thej SflS strong and swift — opened competition today in the NCAA charn- 1 pionships with sights set on the arp sght , y fawred to retfl|n their Sprinter Charlie Tldwell of Kanin the 100-meter dash and Kerr of Illinois In the 800 ig & , against New York at 4-4. The Yanks' run came in the second inning, when a walk to losing or 189 pounds as at 182." The | Los Angeles .'Cincinnati 25-yoar-old ex-champion S J 182 pounds a year ago I* I when he was dethroned bv the i Phlladelphla i Chicago 27 28 26 36 22 20 .551 .509 .473 .•164 .•140 .364 7 9 9>,3 lOVi 15 in a row j igfj.po un d Johansson on a seven- [ n a nine-1 knockdown third-round technical! year career, was beaten in a two-, knockout . ma tlmp flovd „,„ he By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS f Un " rst " Bob J ° hnSO " S double -1 Will hit 188 or 189. ' witttin «ho n.j»f to hmiM n«,«, ;mfield hits by Hank Bauer and' T . .. . Within the past 48 hours, Cleve-i^.^ u ,, IIlfim * _,, a sjngle by j Johansson said he will Olympics in Rome. titles but have a rugged job. The top six Amencans in each, Today , g events fl{ ^ Univcr . of the 17 events qualify for the| sity of Callfornla . s Edwards Sta . Olympic trials at Stanford. Julyj dhlniwere , lrn , ted to preliminaries 1-2. i with finals scheduled Saturday. Athletes entered represent 113 j j n addition to USC and Kansas, schools with entries for individual; favorites include UCLA, Oregon, events ranging as high as 67 for;nn nois an a Michigan. : In the 800, Kerr faces the chal- champion, j i engc O f top United States Olympic ranks as the underdog to the Unl-j hopefuls Ernie Cunliffe of Stan- versity of Southern California, iford and Jerry Siebert of Califor- The field includes seven whojnia. Although attending Illinois, won titles in 1959, but only two the 800 meter run. Kansas, defending are clear-cut favorites to retain their crowns — hammer thrower John Lawler of Boston University and javelin thower Bill Alley of Kansas. BERKELEY, Calif. — 1st add Kerr is from Jamaica and will run under that banner at Rome. , Foreign students attending schools in the United States are eligible for the NCAA championships but not for the Olympic trials at Stanford. Louis—all avowed anti-big bonus clubs — and San Francisco have met price tags totaling an estimated $420,000 to sign five teen and Norm Slebern, did it. The A's, !the same 196. . weight; who were 0-13 against Ford since! Johansson doesn't think the add- their shift to Kansas City, then cd weight will be of any benefit to! Thursday Results 'Milwaukee 10. Chicago 7 Pittsburgh 10, San Francisco 7 Los Angeles 10, Friday Games Chicago at Cincinnati (N) St. Louis al Milwaukee (N) Mike Souchak Takes Top Spot in National Open he By DON WEISS | round and withdrew. j Associated Press Sports Writer ! «i'm as sick as a dog," DENVER, Colo. < API—Between | sa jd. jfish jumping out of lakes. Tommy! Hc wag sjcker when me pGA "iBolt throwing -clubs into them.| toun)ampnt committee told hlm 'kids swiping balls from drainagej he was fined ^ for .. conduct ditches, and the sun baking Cher-j unbpcomjng a professional/ . agers in major league baseball's **'* ^ v °- run chased the little lefty on John- as annual rush on kid talent. The Giants gave up about $170,000 for two of the kids Thursday. They signed Chuck (Cap) Peterson, 17-year-old shortstop from Tacoma, Wash., for an estimated $90,000 a few hours after shelling out an estimated $80,000 for Randy Hundley, 18, Martinsville, Va., catcher. the challenger. The Swede classi-i Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N) Hes Floyd as a sort of ugly duck-l Philadelphia at San Francisco ling—neither a light heavy nor a ! (N) I scored five in the seventh. Baltimore won the series at i full-fledged heavy. Ingo is su-i Cleveland three games to one aft- Premely confident that his thuii- er blowing a 2-0 lead in the ninth. Jack Fisher (5-4) gave up seven hits, losing the shutout and the derbolt right will take care of a'- Saturday Games Chicago at Cincinnati St. Louis at Milwaukee ry Hills to unusual toughness, thei The drainage ditch episode bpi longed to tourney favorite Arnold _ , | Palmer, the Masters champion Mike Souchak, 33, former Duke from Ligonier Pa j^ drive wem 60th National Open Golf Tourna-j, ment is of to a rousing start. lead in the ninth on Johnny Ro-j 17111011 eas e. heavier — and in his opinion, a Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N) slower— opponent with just asi Philadelphia at San Francisco football player from Grossinger, N.Y., grabbed the first-round lead with a 3-under-par 68. into the water-filled ditch that snakes along the right side of the No. 1 fairway. It really didn't mano's home run, Tito Francona's i ! double and a two-out pinch single by Chuck Tanner. Barry Latman i (1-1) was the loser in relief. The Indians got into the sweep-. The White Sox picked up four stakes Thursday by bundling up' At Chicago White Sox, Yankees Begin Crucial Four-Game Series $75,000 to snare Sam McDowell, 17-year-old left-hander who has pitched 40 no-hitters, in a bidding brawl with 13 other clubs. Wednesday, the Cubs paid an' unearned runs in the third, blew a 4-2 lead and then beat ex-mate Ray Moore (1-2) with a sixth- There's no doubt that Patterson! is aiming to pack more power intoj his wallops. He didn't get a chance to umlimber any big guns in the 1959 massacre. If he does this' time, he is counting on the extra I NASHVILLE, Term. (AP)—The meat and muscle to beat down j coach of the U.S. women's track Picture Bright For Our Women the champ. inning run. Earl Battey and Bob! The solemn - faced ex-champ Allison each hit two-run homers j pinned to wind up his boxing ! estimated $125,000 for 17-year-old I f • . rp t f\ 'Danny Murphy, right-hander |_J.St 1OD JLU i Ditcher from Danvers. Mass. The I In Open Golf preparations with a two-round session late this afternoon although | he said "I'm definitely ready team in the 1960 Olympics says the picture is brighter this year than ever before. "Our downfall is the lack of competition—national and international." said Ed Temple, who will I now. I just want to maintain my j condition." j pitcher from Danvers, Mass. The i Cardinals paid an estimated $50,-' j 000 the same day to Jerry Marx, .18, shortstop from Cincinnati. »» t~.vttitj^ua v i i ic Ci& v ft IIC 11I\C& l\J t. • • « . The Giants also recently paid an : DENVER (AP)—Here are thej res t five days before a fight .. so j cnam P lonshl P- build the Olympic team around jhis own Tennessee A & 1 Tiger- i belles, who recently won their Johansson finished his boxing .,, , • i_, AATT i ,„ . j n ,. ,„ ' i sixth straight AAU women s Wednesday. He says he likes to' ry Ransom, 49, St. Andrews, 111., both with 69s. Most everybody 7.004-yard, par Challenging Souchak are Jerry | mean anything when the ball was Barber, 44, Los Angeles and Hen T picked up. Palmer had to drop another behind the hazard, but he i took a double bogey 6 and despite five later birdies, shot a one-over- par 72. The tourney continues with another 18 today and the 36- hole windup for the low 50 and ties Saturday. thought this 35-36—71 Cherry . CHICAGO (API — The Chicago j White Sox, after sweeping a chilly two-game series from the Washington Senators, marked time for the start tonight of their four-game weekend series with the New York Yankees. Gerry Staley (8-2) won for the , . , estimated $85,000 for Dick Dietz,! scores of the top 10 in Thursday's i the strength and DOWPP ™ flow 1 , 0 _ -^.u,— „._,.. n-i _,;.,... j ., :,.. »,..,._._, ~_-. .1 »"«'«"> «"iu po\\tr can 1101%, second night in a row in a relief I 18 - a catcher—making a total of j first round of the National Openij nt o my body. role Thursday night when the Sox clobbered Washington 10-4, despite two run homers by Washington's Earl Battey and Bob Allison. Staley posted his seventh victory Wednesday night in relief of Russ Kemmerer and Turk Lown. In the arc-light opener tonight, I « 41 J Arc (Chicago's Billy Pierce (5-2) will JjVClUClB i oppose New York's Aft Ditonar By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League j oppose New York's Art Ditmar 1(4-3). The Chicago Cubs, who dropped Batting (based on 100 or more a 10 ' 7 decision to Milwaukee at bate) - Runnels, Boston, .370: Thursday and broke even in the Maris New York, .346. tour-game series, will send pitch- Runs -Mantle. New York. 46;! er Soth Morehcad (M) against $165,000 shelled out by the Nation-;Golf Championship, including ties: i al League club for kid catchers in i Mike Souchak, Grossinger, j IN.Y.. 31-37-68 i Jerry Barber, Los Angeles, 35-' less than two weeks. Cardinals Win Cincy Series; Milwaukee Next T Henry Ransom, St. Andrews, 111.. 38-37-69 Huston Leclair Jr., Birmingham. Ala. 34-36-70 Jack Fleck, Los Angeles, 36-34— "Actually, we get better competition in time trails at A & I than ; anyplace else in the country." ; Temple figures the U.S. team Rail! Delays Golfers .might capture gold medals in the 100 and 200 meter dashed and in The Alton Jaycees' 27 - hole, the 400-meter relay. Junior Golf tournament ran intoi As for the foreign entries, he Hills course was going to play to a cinch, but only eight other golfers out of the field of 150 managed to break par on opening day. Doug Sanders of Miami Beach, one of eight tied at 70, might have led but a fish jumped in me lake in front of the 18th tee just as he j was hitting his drive. He hit the' ball into the water and took a double bogey 6. j If Sanders had a jolt. Bolt hadj one, too. i i After hitting out of bounds on! No. 11, but managing a par 5; anyway, tempestuous Tommy hit a rain storm on the final nine holes at Rock Spring Golf Course sees Australia first, then Russia, England and the United States, Thursday and the final holes had I with the U.S. team having a to be re-scheduled for today. i "chance for third place." BOWL HAVEN Thursday Ladles High games—Murphy 183, A. into the water at the par 3 12th; B ovvker 161-169, Parmentier 181, and took a 6. jRhoads 182, Burning, he struggled on to the j Gissler 165, 18th and there hit two drives intoiM. McPeck the lake in front of the tee. He 169, W. Strickland 162. B. Gadel 168, D. D. Roberson 161, 194, J. Eckhouse fired his club into the lake after j the second shot, barely missing | playing partner Claude Harmon. 163, E. Recher 161-197 (515), Thursday Mixed High games—E. Berry 172- He wound up with an 8 on the par 4 hole, a 35-45—80 for his Jr. Luly 204, G. Luly 160-169, M. Taylor 203. CINCINNATI TO ', Bruce Crampton. Australia, 36(AP) - The St. 134^70 Louis Cardinals left Cincinnati! o arv pi aycr , south Africa. 33- with a three-game sweep of a se- 37—70' ries with (lie Redlegs added to! a-Don Cherry. Wichita Falls, their record. The result was T ex 315.34—70 Maris,' New York and Allison, I tlle R(1(Js> Don Ncweombe (3-4) to- fourth place for the Cards, 2'i DouR ganders, Miami Beach. • t^lf vltt !M O4«rtl n«rvt i _. I !».. .. .. t > 's* -•-• By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i Washington, 37. Victoria Park, a romping win-! Runs ^^^ ^ _ Maris, New i night in Cincinnati. Milwaukee, refreshed by a 42- gumes ahead of the fifth place. Reds. Joe Taylor. Charleston. \V. Va j * %Utt£3 VUl'l^>\* M» *.»***». »wt«»*»«»l, - y (Jf I til ner of the Queens Plate in Canada jYork 47; H ansen, Baltimore, 43.i minutc dela y on acc °unt of rain, j Rettnvr Lindv MeDaniel came 36-34-70' last week, returns to action in tliei Hits _ Runne i s , Boston, 74; f» me *™» beWnd with eight runs to thp ..^.^ j hursday njght fo Dic k stranahan. Alameda. Calif , , United States Saturday as the| Mjnoso ^ Smith,'Chicago,'66. « sh » r P ««"* inning relief job. The Braves scored once in the last four innings to down favorite for me $35,000 added Leo-jr^ubies _ Lollar, Chicago and the Cubs - R°okie Ron Piche nard Richards Stakes at Delaware iskowron, New York, 16; Maris, sained his first major league tri- P ark - !New York and Allison, Washing- Unless C. V. Whitney's Tompionj ton 14 or one of his lesser known rivals upsets the applecart, E. P. Tay-j rido chi cago , Snyder. ior's Canadian-bred 3-year should chalk up his first stakes __ victory of the year in the United i8*""Lemon'~Washington" "i(> lfor we seco " d Unie wMh the Cubs. States. Stolen bases - Aparicio, Chlca- The Braves outhit the C" 08 14 " 8 -! .venm^mrer^ta^^J''^ vas tvinioc FYw Chii-ion K- Ana. e es n; Tay.,..^^"^' S vde f ' KaXj'"* eighth off Joe Schaffernoth to * new, Lmcago, anyaei, tvaruas, • old' cit ^, and Becquei ., Washington, 4. ha »S «he ft«t major league defeat akes Homp runs 1 Marh . Ne * York ,on the 22-year-old hurler who is up; save the third contest, in which i 34-36—70 the Cards almost blew a six-run a-Amateur. Ernie Broglio seventh, yield- put out' After starter . , ,, " s ° ur r " * l t) 1t , fire 1 and protected a one-run the rest of the way. wind- U|> with the (i-j final score. Broglio floundered, Red-] Bill Hartack, winner of the Ken- i go j^. Mmoso, Chicago and Pier-' D° n Zimmer greeted rookie Piche ,_-.!_.. ^__l^_. ..J«t_1t A' II7__.I*' * ' . «rl tl> ^ L. AU .. .,._ :..A^. At l_*i ^* _1 J tucky Derby with Venetian Way| 8a u Cleveland. 9. and the Belmont Stakes last week! Pitching (based on 5 or more seats in m e seventh. bird hurlers had lield the Reds to with a homer' into""meTfVfield four Iuas and u hits '" >J4 in ' with Celtic Ash, will be in Victoria Park's saddle. Tampion, a disappointing fourth •8 the favorite in the Belmont ton 9oT Bunning, Detroit, 87. " j earned runs. The Sox added one decisions) - Coates, New York, Tne wrhitp S^ d ''°ve Washing- 7-0; B. Daley, Kansas City, 9-2. lon starter Chuck Stobbs to the Strikeouts — Pascual, Washing-! showers in the third with four un- Stakes, shapes up as the Canadian colt's chief rival in the 1'i- National League mile test. Other probable starters Batting (based on 100 01 Include Divine Comedy. Cunesto- al balb , _. Burgess, Pitts!.u fa, Irish Lanc*r, Joy Joy. Topper- _ 3 } 7: Groa , PJI is burgh. ..W. dropper, Usa's Gem and Incanto. Run ,; _. n oak Pittsburgh. nings of the series. lliursday n i g h t, the Cards solved starter Bob Purkey quick-! ly, getting all six runs off him in ; five innings. in the sixth, three in the seventh! Broglio limited the Reds to one dosed out the evening with <AO more in the eighth to outhit run and three hits until that near fatal seventh inning. h<- Senators 12-6. Pacing the Chi- ; Tonight, the Cards' Ron Kline > ..go a t t a e k was Luis Aparicio .:'-ti' u-ill (aiv the Braves' rookie j^. with two singles and a doublr. George Brunei tO-0). $50 tor 2 wk$ . . . only 70*! W MM ~» GOLFING NOTES OMrict PU women from Lockhav- •n Country dub participated in the Little District Meet at St Clair Countr>' Club near Belle- Wednesday winners were: B«t— Mrs. Fraiik Wicklow grow — Mrs. Hudson. Low puts— |f|». CWfctfd AutXe, Blind hole •r Ifn. Clunnnn Jackson. i Skinner. Pittsburgh. 4.'). Runs, batted in — Banks, Chicago, ol; Clemenlf, Pittsburgh. 46. Hits — Groat. Pittsburgh. 83: jClemente, Pittsburgh. 77 Doubles — Robinson. Ciiiciruiati, Groat, Bttsburgh, and Cunning 'ham. St. Louis. 15; Pinson. Cm- jcinnati and Bruton, Milwaukee. jll , Triples — Bruton, Milwaukee, 7; jPin&on, Cincinnati and Ktrkland. !San Francisco. 6. Home runs — Banks, Chicago and Buyer. St Louis. 17: Mathews 'Milwaukee'. 14. Stolen bases — Ma.vs. San Francisco. 15: Pinson, Cincinnati, 14. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions' — Williams. Los Angeles. 5-0; Law, Pittsburgh, 9-2. Strikeouts - Dry&dale, Los An, 104; Friend, Pittsburgh. 82. | SAVE $1.00! On An Alemite Wheel Balance With Each Lubrication Job And Oil Change! — On* Week Only VOGELSANG STANDAIO SflVICf JUH end STA* tiodfroy Uoud HO 4-3113 HANNEKEH'S STANPAIO SIIVICf ' JtKKV aud D£WWV HM BrouB Street HO Lfif I rep^r tv IM IM.M II. ^^9^^^^i9^k 9 W IOAN COMPANY 1121 Iwt lr«odw«y C«ll: HOi-8116 Alto« Pt»sa M f. FtrttKM it. Tail: II «-MTV Wood Uiver TOMMY IVO DAYS JUNE 18-19 World's Record Holdor in Gas Twin Engine Buick al 173 MPH! CALIF, STAR OF TV and MOVIES HAS APPEARED IN: • l«4va It To Btaver § Oobi» Gild's • Donn* R«ed Show 9 Danny Themis Show • Jim Bowit f Jun« Allyson Show • I R«m«mb«r M«m« ADMISSION $1,50 ALTON DRAGWAY Ont Mil* NorHi of Alton en Poitorbur* ROM! ALL GAS MEET TROPHIES AWARDED IN ALL CLASSES GAT6S OUN 2 P.M. SATURDAY, JUN6 18. 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