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PAOB TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 18,1960 SHIRT %I,K fry DON PtAftSlltl Williams Hits 500th Homer of Career Law, Friend Still Top Buc Hurlers By KD W1LK8 i Bob Buhl (6-3) won it in his first Associated Prew Sports Writer i relief appearance. Bob Will's home run and a two . . »'*' n by Letters received this week by the sports department In response to last Weekend's story concerning the Henry Street diamonds tnd future plans for a recreation area were unsigned. ^'cannofK p'ubliS|^ S^^"^'^** ™* for 4 w One letter had three pic- Vem Lavv ^ B £, Friend given the victory although Bob ttlUM enclosed \vhichwould ... , Anderson was the pitcher of rec- K made for interesting Th " ""» r . lght .- handcrshav !: puf ord. Don Newrombe <M, wa* Left-hander Harvey Haddlx finally gave Pittsburgh a third complete-game pitcher, and the Pirates added another starter in gave It to the Cubs as they broke, a ,1-3 tip in th< publication. But, without Signatures the letters go unread by the public. Discretion is sometimes not the better part of valor. away exactly half of the Burs' )oger 36 victories, while losing only five, and they've accounted for' in a that Harold Bean, Alton Recreation Department director, says the new water coolers at the Henry Street diamonds will be installed after July 1 when enough money will be allotted .to o o his department to allow in-j 10Rj ^ n( - four Stallation Of the equipment. ' has produced a four-game lead, i Law, backed by Bill Virdon's, first home run of the season, became the first to win 10 in the majors Friday night, cooling off Los Angeles' home run bats for ; a 2-1 victory over the Dodgers. Second-place .San Francisco, i with Manager Bill Rigney ru morrd on the way out. ended their' a Pigou TKO's Lausse in 7th NEW YORK (APi — "J don't I'll ever fight again," said ! the .'('^-year-old Kduardo Lausse of i'I Argentina today. "I will go home! and think about it." t-. who has had 92 pro- vjc|ol . v ove) . , as ,. p|acp rmiladcl- j fraslonal fights, was stopped for _,, , , , phia. Milwaukee, five games back; «h r second timr in his career The sports department Of fn (hjrd ,. hct . ked >st LOUJS M jn i Friday night In a nationally tele- the Telegraph always wel-j 12 innings nc Cjncjnnati Reds j vised bout with Marcel Pigou of comes sports news. It is irn- j|osl , heir sixth in a row _ lheir [ France Cherry Hills Succumbs To Onslaught in Open By DON WEISS Anoctatod PIWM Sports Writer DENVER fAP) - Cherry Hills, the course they said would play as mer Duke football player, needs only a pair of 70s In this pressure- packed, stamina-draining double round today to break the 72-hole Sock Helps Beat Tribe In 34 Win By 1CD WILKS Amociated Prww Sports WrHr April 23, 1939. Ted Williams easy as picking a plum, alreadyiopen record of 276 set by Ben; has yielded two records to hungry! Hogan at the Riviera Country; h)t hjg flrgt ma .j or | eagll p norne Mike Souchak and the ravenous j Club in Los Angeles in 194S. , )i]in Wym Hawkins then was a field chasing him In the National j vvo marks, also sot nt Riviera, j^^pr* of ?> in East Palestine. Oprn golf tournament. wrrp sniashpd Friday. The burlyJo n j 0 By tonight, when the last two Souchak fired a 4-under-par 67' Frj ^ M 2{ ymfg , atpr rounds In this 60th edition of and hit the halfway point in WC;^^^ n right-handed rookir golf's prestige tournament are championship with a 36-hole t 0 ' 8 '^.,^ the'Cleveland Indians, gave over, the pretty little .Rocky,of 135. and a three-stroke lead Williams' ry)0th home run. ' JAICEE WINNERS .„ , ,. .„.. „ . i Stanle) Hall, left, Jaycee Junior Golf Muehleman who took first place and longest slump of the year—as 1 "i own a pizzeria and a bicycle i Tournament chairman talks to the top Glen Ingram who finished third. Bob finishers in the Alton Jaycee Junior Gouldine, standing, came in second.— tournament at Rock Spring Golf Course Staff Photo. Chicago's Cubs took a 6-4 decision. Law, who has lost two, blanked the Dodgers on four hits until the ninth. Then he got Duke Snider to shop in Argentina," Lausse said, | "and I have a good living from I them." Lausse was discouraged that he hit into a game-ending doubleplay COU |dn't finish Pigou after having after Junior Gilliam had doubled |,h r Frenchman down for an eight- and scored on Charlie Neal's single. Neal had half of the Dodgers' hits, extending his hit count in the fifth round of their scheduled ten-rounder. He tried so hard to finish Pigou rounds later the tide of battle changed completely. ^ Ingo Relaxes, Floyd Works ,NEW YORK (AP) — Ingemar Johansson is relaxing "in complete harmony within himself" and Floyd Patterson still is pounding the road in preparation for Monday's heavyweight title possible for the sports staff to give first-hand coverage to every single sports event in the area. As a result, the sports department must depend on you, the reading and participating public, to supply us with news from the sports world. If "anything of interest has happened or is going to happen to you or your group, telephone the news. * * * Alton and Wood River, two cities larger than East Alton, are not fielding American Legion junior baseball teams this year. Instead, East Alton is the only city which is sponsoring an American Legion team. Alton backed out at the last minute. * » * There is a rumor Alton may try to form a baseball team next year and enter the Inter - City League, which plays on Sundays. It will take a mighty effort on the part of some individuals for Alton is not interested in baseball for players once they graduate from high school. « # * There is nothing quite so fascinating to watch than accomplished women golfers. Fans in this area will get the chance next week when Lockhaven Country Club entertains gal golfers from Illinois in the 27th Annual State Tournament. This writer had the pleasure of watching the former j Miss Betty Stanhope in ac- j tion three straight years) while working in northwest Montana on a newspaper. Miss Stanhope is one of Canada's top golfers and once held the title as ama-! teur oharnpion of all Can-j ada. Hailing from Edmon- j ton, Alberta, Miss Stanhope j Sunday Boat Inspections | New Marathon Course Pending flOtVllTlQ T£}/"1 Ofi iM^ftWMn + irtMi-il CM. l« n A _.~. ...i_^. . .1J IM__ i — T^rlf* fffth Q mm ml A I*AM 4« Un w up two or three more-includingihole l«t«l of 117 or better to qual- PU« s^ers-Babe the biggest of them all. ify for the last 3d. ; d M j ot( Souchak, a husky, genial for- ^ ^ prpv iou s 36-hole start,™ ^ lm ™* f * h ? t J) » — - - iwas 138 set first by Sam Snead at,"* ™'- v ° h . rs to . hi *?' Riviern in 1948 and later matched « was V.lhams eigh h of the bv Hogan at Dallas' Northwond senson and cracked a third-inning .Club in 1952, and by Dick Mayer tir for a M Boston victory that land Billy -loo Pntton at Inverness slipped rim-land to third place in Mn Toledo in IflTiT. tll( ' Ameru-Hn League mx. '• Never before had it tokan less Baltimore retained a l',4 game Ithnn 148 to get into the last two .lead by beating Detroit 3-1. The New York Yankees, now all alone w I Pc-t ' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ann*.. League -—^Vortt in position William-' milestone home run ' 'to give Souchak real trouble, the followed a single by Willie Tasby • — ~ * ™ . ._ . ft tt . t _• -_ 1 t * \ -> U J __...« At, A Friday. Kneeling with Hall are Tom streak to 13 games while adding|, hat he ran out of steam and two his 23rd RBI in that span. Law gave up just one walk and struck out five while ending the Dodgers' home run streak at 171 games. Stan Williams, a loser for the first time in seven decisions, gave up Virdon's clinching, home run in the sixth. Willie Mays and Orlando Cepeda clubbed homers for the Giants and drove in five runs. Mays' triple and Cepeda's sacrifice fly got things started in a decisive three-run fourth against losing lefty Chris Short (3-2). Southpaw Mike McCormick (8-2) won it, losing a shutout on Frank Herrera's two-run homer in the seventh. Billy Loes saved it, retiring Tony Taylor on a popup and fanning pinch-hitter Clay Dalrymple with the bases loaded in the ninth. Al Spangler, a defensive second- liner, tripled and scored on Felix Mantilla's single as the Braves ended the Cardinals' streak at four. The Cards, who had won six of seven, managed only two hits, one Bill White's fourth- inning homer, off southpaw George Brunet before tying it 2-all with an unearned run in the ninth. 98 Women Enter ! Annual D «y State Golf Meet ICa " pSlated i Baltimore New York Cleveland Chicago Detroit Washington £ r >2 '577 1< 2 ^ord open attendance of 43.377toff Hawkins-(4-4) and gave the 90 £ 'v» 91 set at Winged Fool. Mamaroneck, last-place Red Sox their first deci- "" "" !1; . Y. last year should fall. , sion OVPT ripveland in seven Only two days before starting.tries 30 1!8 N Y last year should fall. ; sion over Cleveland in seven ~ Frank Sullivan (3-6), wm- 26 .536 '>."i 528 4 •<ri 414 9 ! the tournament, Souchak stomped jnmg 23 T3 411 lOVfciolf »*• ninth hole of a practice first time, sent the Indians to AS .w .<m iu/*, ^_._ tnejr ^j^ straig h t i oss ^th a two in a row for ftp 19 34 '358 13 i round in disgust at his play. Then » e marched "out to grab the first- four-hitter. fight. Johansson finished boxing Wednesday and settled down for five days of relaxation at his Grossinger, N.Y. camp. Patterson, knocked loose from his title by the Swede's "thoonder and lightning" right last June 26 didn't stop boxing until Friday. In two final rounds with Bjarne Lingaas, the Norwegian who once beat Johansson in the amateurs, Patterson appeared sharp, according to word from the camp at Newtown, Conn. Patterson's schedule called for more road work today and a walk in the afternoon. River Ripples 55= and Outdoors with Harold Brand fJQm 1T131 P(l fit! tourney all three years this writer covered in Montana, j Skippers who would like to have a Courtesy Motorboat In- by the Coast The fifth annual Alton-to-Hardin aVid return outboard marathon race course is still indefi- , attract a large gallery. lAuxlhary may do so Sunday at lrace chairman for the Jolly Their desire to win is just tllree Alton Lakr Harbors and 'Hoger Boat Club, sponsor of the as intense as the men. They next Saturday at another. Flo-! cvent - Each year the number may not hit the ball as far, | lilla* la and 11 will inspect i nf Olllri(>s llavri decreased and but they do not lack for| boats Sunday all day at \Vood-! the pilots Complain the approx- poptllar appeal. (land Park Harbor and from 10 This is the first big golf- a.m. until 4 p.m. at South Shore lmal ° course is too •0:01 and severe. The 27th annual Illinois Women's State Amateur Invitational Golf championship gets underway at Lockhaven Country Club 8:30 a.m. Monday. A field of 98 women will tee olf in quest of the 1960 state title. , The field is headed by defending champion, Miss' Lois Drafke of LaGrange, who has won the title three times. Three other former winners have also entered the meet. Mrs. Clyde Webb, Murphysboro, a top rated player with a three handicap, won the first state tourney in 1934 under the name of Miss Dorothy Foster and has entered again this year. Other former winners include Barbara Slobe, Waukegan, who won the title in 1938 and Mrs. M. Paul Dommers, BeMdire, who took home top honors in 1957. Doris Phillips, Belleville, who carries a one handicap, is at the present time shooting a hot game and is considered a serious contender for the title. Nineteen women have entered from the Alton area. Local entries include Mrs. Nelson McBrien, Mrs. A. G. Gqveia, Mrs. George Bassford, Mrs. P. J. O'Neill, Mrs. C. R. Ditto, Mrs. Patricia Rain, Mrs. H. G. Wickenhauser, Mrs. Charles McLain, Mrs. Joseph L. Nagy, Mrs. Tim Stoker, Mrs. Lee Wrest, Mrs. William C. Pybas, Mrs. J. J. Sharkey, Mrs. Robert Elliott, Mrs. Richard Hudson, Mrs. George Prout, Mrs. Joseph Murphy and Mrs. Mathes Stern. Mrs. Wendell P. Wholford is the only entry from Edwardsville. j Belleville has a strong represen- j tation with 11 entries. The tournament starts at 8:13| Monday morning with each contestant playing 18 holes of stroke play with the results being used'10: so lo determine flights. The 32 best scores \vill qualify (or the championship flight. 9:19 (10) Mrs. Inez Deneau. Kankakee Elks Valley CC, Kankakee ' ' (10) Miss Pat Fischer, St. Clalr CC. Belleville (11) Mrs. John R. Coffmann, Qulncy CC. Qulncy .•:?• Starter's Time 9:33 (11) Mrs. A. G. Oovela. Lockhaven CC, Alton (It) Mrs. John F. Leonard. Scott AFB, Belleville (12) Mrs. F. I. Criim, Lincoln Elks CC. Lincoln 9:40 (11) Mrs. Jacob Lelner, St. Clalr CC, Belleville (12) Mrs. Stuart Cline. Harris CC, Harris (12) Miss Corinne Clark. Cedardelt CC, Plane 9:47 (12) Mrs. Wm. Hohlenbrock Jackson CC, Murphysboro (12) Mrs. James Prlllaman. Champaign County CQ, Champaign (13) Mrs. Wm. F. Greeley, Illlnt CC, Springfield 9:54 (13) Mrs. John Hungate. Rock River CC, Sterling (13) Miss Nancy Lundstrom, • Oakcrest CC, Springfield (13) Miss Sharon Moran. BostonS Cleveland 1 (N) } round lead with 3-under-par 68' Gene Stephens broke up a four- New York 4 Chicago 2 (N) | ajld f°' lowed U P Friday with his (hit shutout by loser Frank Lary Baltimore 3 ' Detroit 1 <N> ' 67 despite a bogey 5 on the last) (6-6) with a two-run pinch homer Washington's, Kansas City lihole. ' as Baltimore came from behind (N) ' Fox Valley CC, Batavla (14) Mrs. George Bassford, Lockhaven CC. Alton (Ur Mrs. Blllle Harper. Scott AFB. Belleville (M) Mrs. Tom Lawless, Oakcrest -CC. Springfield 10:08 (14) Mrs. John McGowan, Lincoln Elks CC. Lincoln (14) Mrs. Paul O'Neill. Lockhaven CC. Alton (14) Mrs. Dale C. Wright. Paris CC, Parts For Youngsters The Alton Recret^ion Depart.i merit's annual day camp will! . ,, . begin Monday, and will-b. he.dl Washington at Kansas City (N) | -uU be even "Yes sir," he said, "I'm play-i with three runs in the seventh. Saturday Games New York at Chicago from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday i Baltimore at Detroit through. Friday. Registration will be Monday, June 20 at 9 a.m. at the' Rock Spring Community Center. Campers must be between the ages of 7-12, and a charge of $2 per week will cover milk and camping mated-1. als for each camper. ' A program of camp site build- Pittsburgh Boston at Cleveland Suriday Games New York at Chicago (2) Washington &i Kansas City Baltimore at Detroit (2) Boston at Cleveland (2) • ing very well." j Sanders had a 68 Friday and ier except for the 6 he took on the 18th Thursday iwhen a trout jumped in the lake i in front of the tee and he topped his drive into the water. i Jerry Walker (2-0) was the \vin- ing, nature crafts, sports activities, cookouts, and over night camping has been planned lojg t introduce' the campers to real San Francisco Milwaukee camp life. The day camp activities will take place in Rock Spring Park, where the campers will center their activities around their own Los Angeles Cincinnati Chicago Philadelphia National League W. L. Pet. G.B. 36 20 .643 — 33 25 .369 4 28 22 .560 5 28 28 .500 8 26 30 .464 10 26 31 .456 10V a Jackson's Wins Doubleheader 23 28 .451 20 36 .357 16 Friday Results ner. Cletis Boyer hit a two-run homer in the second inning, then doubled and scored the clincher on winning pitcher Art Ditmar's single in the seventh- for the Yankees, who have won eight of 10. Billy Pierce (5-3) was the loser. Mickey Mantle also hom- ered for the Yankees — who whooped it up with sparklers after both home runs in answer to that pinball Scoreboard at SHIPMAN — Jackson's of Al-IComiskey Park. ton swept a doubleheader from Wayne Co-op of Shipman here Friday night. The first game of the softball twin bill was won by a 4-1 score while the second contest was 5-0. Cal Johns hurdled for Jack- campsites. This year's day camp staff are: Janet Hlller, supervisor. original! Mj] wa ukee 3, St. Louis 2 (12 in-i son's in the opener, allowing jnings) "four hits. Price was the loser Chicago 6, Cincinnati 4 Pittsburgh 2, Los Angeles 1 I and gave up five hits. Steffen i hit a homerun for Jackson's and Ron Evans, Joy Meddler, Mary) g an Francisco 7, Philadelphia SjMetz poled a triple. Parmentier 10:15 (15) haven (15) Mrs. H. M. Mabry. Hlllsboro CC. Hlllsboro (15) Mrs. Arthur Vogt, Urbana G & C, Urbana 10:22 (15) Mrs. Patricia Rain. Lockhaven CC, Alton (15) Mrs. H. C. Vance, Champaign County CC, Cham- Meng, Carolyn Miller, Lorraine Schmuck, and Linda Staas. i They are attending a four-day: workshop at Southern Illinois! University, Carbondale, Illinois,! palgn (15) Mrs. M CC, Alton Dltt °' Lock -j where they will be instructed i n i the basic fundamentals of camping by Dr. L. B. §harp, a camping specialist. Besides attending! sessions on camp safety and; camp crafts and gaptes. the! group will go on a camping. George Walcott, Saturday Games Chicago at Cincinnati St. Louis at Milwaukee Philadelphia at San Francisco Pittsburgh at Los Angeles Sunday Games Chicago at Cincinnati (21 St. Louis at Milwaukee (2) Pittsburgh at Los Angeles Philadelphia at San Francisco (19) Mrs. Gerry Cooper, 12:21 Litchfleld CC. Lltchfleld ! had three hits for Shipman. • In the second game Bob John- Lltchfield CC, Lltchfield (22) Mrs. Gene D; dalia CC. Vandalla (22) Mrs. Robert Dormlre, Illini CC. Springfield Rookie Dan Dobbek drove in two of the Senators' three runs. His single capped a two-run fourth against loser Ray Herbert, and he homered in the ninth off reliever Don Larsen. Bill Fischer (2-2) was the winner. fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York (St. Nicholas Arena) —Marcel Pigou, 195%, France, stopped Eduardo Lausse, 160, Argentina, 7. son 'gave Shipman three singles while striking out seven. Johnson was also the hitting star, smacking a bases loaded triple. 12:14 (22) Mrs. Irene Houser, | Woidner was the losing pitch- Lincoln Elks CC. Lincoln !•:>• Starter's Time 10:36 (15 Mrs. H. G. Wlckenhaus- er. Lockhaven CC, Alton (16) Mrs. w: E. Leach, Etks^ CC. DuQuoln (16) Mrs. Thomas Isley.i Scott AFB, Belleville '10:43 (16) Mrs. Charles McLaln. < trip at Little Grassy Lake, Carbon-i 11:32 starter's Time dale. 11:04 (17) Mrs. Edward King, nil- 11:39 (19) Mrs. C. W. Draper. 1 Hillsboro CC, Hillsboro j (19) Mrs. J. B Grobe. Scott AFB. Belleville (19) Mrs. Richard Hudson.: Lockhaven CC, Alton Litchfleld CC. Litchfield j e r. giving up eight hits. Wint(22) Mrs. E. R. Jones, Illini * r CC. Springfield (22) Mrs. H. G. Jansen, Effingham CC, Efftngham (22) Mrs. Robert Lamberton. Jr.. Scott AFB, Belleville Jackson's plays hosts to Seco's (22) Mrs. O. A. McArthur, ,<-..*• . n Effingham CC, Efflngham I of St. Louis at Roxana in (22) Mrs. Mathes Stern, | a doubleheader. Lockhaven CC, Alton. jen had 2-for-4 Fincher had .2- for-3 for Jackson's. Tonight, beginning at 7:30. ing event ever held in Al- and Holiday Harbors. Next Sat- rhe llouts and tne P»ots take ton and funs may not getUirday the inspections will be a leiT ' f > 1 - beating running their ' ' The "first round of match play io:r>r u6> starts Tuesdio morning and play. continues until Friday when a 36- another chance 'for someiyiven at Lake Center Marina. ' lxjiils ilt "'Kh speed on a Sunday | hole final match between the two years if they fail to witness this one. iwhen the waters are Kansas Shows Early Strength In NCAA Meet Craft passing inspection will; , „ „ """/'"» <u • ,n™ j i u j- fium the wakes of hundreds of :be given 19bO deeals to he d.s-; fl 'played prominently on the boa. , b 'Tina i*Anillai. /*rt«iL:f IIii'-ji'H tt<»li'.-J .»...-». .... rt iThe regular Coast Guard pairo position. Even though thev wear ;and both Missouri and Illinois;', m" "? h TT V ... , „, , , .,, , Knee pad.v then knees often iboating law officiate will also; ,, f , , . . , i 1 . »u j i u Buffer severe lacerations Irom hnnHtc-m m ivn^iiiiu.vi* -.1-. rppopni?^ thi* npcals \ve nrtvp' •»**... [unum t jp \\\ p^iienim sis ait '. B ',. " "«•<"». ^'""-.'pounding the floor boards. " been told by * Coast Gua.-d | addjtion to the | a , erations . spokesman. In review here w; havp what you need to get a deca!; for your boat: top women lor th(^ title will i'los the tourney. The pairings for the start ot the qualifying round Monday with the! starting times for each threesome listed on the left and the player's as follows: GAWGA. Alton (16) Mrs. A. C. Nold, Sunset Hills CC. Edwardsville i!6) Mrs. Harry Stoker. ,lr , Lockhaven CC. Alton <l()i Mrs Joseph Nagy. GAWGA. Alton ill!) Mrs. Cal Self Fox Valley CC. Batavla (Iti) Mrs. F. A. Torroy. Pekln CC. Pokln Mrs. .1. Willard [obiii, Illini C'C. Springdeld 116) Mrs. Lee Wrest. GAWGA. Alton 116) Mrs Wondell C. Wohlford. Sunset Hills CC, Ed- wardiville 11:11 nl CC. Springfield (17) Mrs. Edwin Levench Urbana G & C, Urbana (18) Mrs. French Fraker, 11:46 (IB) Mrs. Morris Dodd. Champaign County CC.'Cham- Hillsboro CC, Hillsboro palgn (19) Mrs. Walter Savage. champaign County CC, Champaign (19) Mrs Ruth Toliuszis. Kankakee Calley CC. Kankakee (17) Mrs. Francis Shunter. Illini CC, Springfield (18) Mrs Edward Jones, V;mdalia CC. Vandalia (18) Mrs. Wm. Pybas. Lockhaven CC, Alton 11:18 (18i Mrs Lewis Squibb Ted Will Quit Baseball When This Season Ends 11:53 <20) Mrs. Lillian Brawley.' NE\V YORK u\P> — Ted Wil- sons in 22 svith the Red Sox. (20? hf Mrs. Sf.' s'^Frazier, Ef- liams. having reached the last of Even at that only Babe Ruth riniiham CC. Effingham ' n j s personal goals with home run with 7U. Jimmie Foxx with 534 ifockhaven cc'. L> A*on 'No. 300, has made up his mind and Mel Ott with 311 hit more 11:35 (18) Mrs. Gordon Smith. Lockhaven CC. Alton c l iwvford S 'co^my er cc SC Rob?n- 12:00 (20) Mrs. Albert seckei, cc::to close out his long, brilliant andilifetime home runs. son 0 .' Mpec l r . la p f° li '? 1 r od-i h ' ul 'bulent career at the end ot the| i'- 8 'uh'il r . s n •'r«m,,,,, Sha rh^ 1 ^ ott ' A " B ' Be r »ev e ille' 0 ° ' ' "IBfin season, i-khaven Country Club. (2 i) M rs . Joseph A Murphy. Lockhaven CC. Alton Alton (18) Mrs Isudore Schulman. Vandalia CC. Vandalia 12:07 (22) Mrs. '; smashed from the knee ing when the pilots returned. BERKELEY. Calif. (API-Kan- 1 Class A ^° ats lup to 16 * eetl: Sawyer says the start will be •as' great Jayhawkers. fleet, and a Coast Guard . a PP roved '_'**! made at Clifton Terrace but the powerful, appeared ready today to storm to their second straight NCAA track and field crown preserver or similar device may be shortened ijy each passenger aboard; a Coast ; KOing ups1ie am on the Missis TtNIAIIVt PAIRINGS 8.l.> Mrs. Wm. Walker. Jr , (12) Kxmoor Country Club Highland Park Mrs Delmai Hueeel. (8) 11-1 lini Country Club. Springfield i Mrs Weldon Mulllken (10) i Hloomington Country Club. Bloomlngion - „ , Cuard approved fire ext.nguish- . ippl River . He js askmg , h , But Southern California's Tro-i er; a paddle or ° al ' : an ant ' hf>1 ''opinion ot race driver.s. harborv Jans, 20 times the NCAA champs, i and suff UM « nl llne: , H . h ° rn or «•>"< '«wt dubs to, >uKet'>tions Were in H position to rnakr it a i xvhlsUp: a hall ' n8 Uevire 'f en 'where i,, plan th«- ,-oursi'. Ten- contest lc " molol> Wlth al " olllal " |1: "'- li.li\i-l>. h.- said Ih.-re may he Kat^as qualified eiyht men into "'*''' a dls "' t ^' »»«•• unci P"" u ix^iluln.x the .-wirst- uiil _'•» today's flnaU with an impressive^ 1 ^, and Mem Ji Bhl , s tor ^P->"eair, on ih,< Mi^isMpp, u, <|isplay of overall strength Fri-' afu ' ; dark °P era110 "' On hll « 1 '' Da-.deniK- rhute and tollow the 4ay- Oregon was next with s«W ratl - ''" least r>m ' P rese:-vei lu; ,-huie to .!„• head ..t the island mialifiers, iollowed by UCLA, 6; ll ' a '" h » :et -P' n K ac.-oiiu«lation Then ri , Ulm on , hl , M^^s.^p, Michigan. r>: and Occidental. 4 .:must be aboard. navigatioi) channel USC plated only three men —. Uefinltf Pur|w»e \\uut-, Opinion:. 8 .10 , _» Miss I.ui'. Dr.tfke Aca- ciu t"t'. l.uli range ( I i Mis.- Boris Phillip-, St I'lini i'C. Belleville i J> Mr.-. PdUl Duininers. Bel Mai CC Belvedeie > 2> Mi»= B.nburu Btiu.'k in. in si Cldii CC. Belleville i Mi-- Clyde Wehh Lick i . Cilen K'lor S 44 '4 Mr, CC Waukegnn (Jie same number as San Jose State. Harvard, California. Morgan State, Oregon State and An- Both Klolillas 1'i and 14 aje Last \eai .ait ul tj.j entrit'.- most active in Courtesy Moto.- only 27 boats were able lo tin - is )l boat Inspections. No. 13 is third Heavy winds whipped th« |ona 'highest in the nation to dat? waters into huge white oaps But the Trojans had stars wait-'with more than 200 I960 inspev-'Hiid tollers adding to the pilot^ ing in the wings tor three events |tions. Eai-h Flotilla haa a !argt> uoes Mei hanifal failure, colli- There was no quailing neees- nunibt: u/ pert>onnel qualified sions uitd .-ruonu'i^fd io^>. and; »ar> Friday tor the vault, fajgh jump or hop-sWp-aad-jump and US(' is strong in all three. Big Bill Alley and Charlie Tid »eU led Kiuusas fine duptoy Frt- day Tidwell detetxjiAg uhawp la the 100 meters, won his heat with JU4 and captured his fcmt in the MO meter* Curve with -1 li \ to inspect boats and is»ue de- losing mou>r> overboard when cals. Authorities have said man> striking subniei.^ed objints time*, that the safety program some ol th. by tht- Coast (juard Auxiliary !oi> mvn'i ;• hat been a prime fat-tor in the low percentage - ol buating tid*nts The aforementioned II >'"U hu\t e<(Uipinent requirements all ha- i lie coui>e .S.i dtfinite purpobe to make yotiri tu him at i:>: more-«care(ree. I St. Louis 15. to lake hapdii-ap.-. The pi- ik.iii; lo:' an i'\i-ur- I'M- I ait would liKo •I .1 heating. n opin.un dboui s>a>> to wiiU' Rt.-d Hud .W Klcli.nd Imics. I ihsiin i) & CC t rb.tiui i S' Miss Heidi Prenilaa. We^imoreland CC. W'lhueue Hi Nfi>t .Judv Ku?.ierbrook. i i ul Peoria. Peon, i •• Mis- I. an.. Kayi- Kob- eiis. bullr. an CC. Sullivan ( 6) Mrs Robert DavU. Ca-ey CC' Casey I til Miss Penny Kenidi rhoingate CC. Deertield i Miss Dorlhy Akeniaon. Urbana CS&C. Urbuna < 71 Mrs Nelson McBrien Lockhaven CC. Alton ( 7) \Ilss Ruth Tenk Quiiicy CC Quincv : s. Mr» Hubert J Shields Quiiu-v CC Qaino ( Si Mi&s Rue Ann Ueiven Koekfurd C"C Rocktord • i>i Mr .•> Moruaii I. >.,iu Bloomingiou CC Blouir. is no sudden decision on Anita cohen. Ted ' s P« rt - The «"»• ^ndsome Boston Red Sox slugger, who on [Aug. 30 will reach his 42nd birth- Announce Times At Playgrounds |day. began this season with the ! idea that this would be his last ; Tne Alton Recreation Corn!one. j mission will have the following Friday night, after hitting his playgrounds open this summer: eighth home run of the season and Playgrounds open from 9 a. 300th of his career, he was asked | m. to noon will be: whether he had changed his mind. i. M ark Twain-JoAnn Beck"My mind is made up iniman and George Van Horn. 1 regards to next year," he said. directors. 9 12 ' $> Mr.-, lean Hubburd. Bloomiuston CC Bloo •iiinaion ( 9) Mrs Ko>> McNuit Oak tieai CC, Springfield (10) Mrs .Jai k Bj'.lis Uck *onville CC Ji.cl5»cn\lil« IVO EXPLAINS DRAGSTER l\o, TV aud movie u*MV)u- bis iiutebiue iii front of the (iraud alily, uoiiit* out the w orkiug* of ni» ga* Theatre u here a picture titled "Drag- Dragster to MUs Joyce Luea*. Ca»t 41- strip Girl" in which be ha« a |iart \va> tou, and how he will ruu it at the Alton ulayiag Friday night. The car has tuo Dniguayk Sunday. Ivo. who holds the wikk engioes. record for gas dragstersi appeared with "And you know what it is. The .,,,,,, „ . „ only reason I'm playing this year L , " Hnskeli ' Beveily Conway. I is because I wanted to vindicate: Lmery Martin - and Pr « l '«»a ! myself and 1 also wanted those' Pelmon - dn-eciors. 500 home runs." •*• Curran-Angelo Barro anrt ! The conversation took place Donna Lindsay, directors. :over the telephone. Ted was, 4. Sullivan-Kiskin Hyan and speaking from the Red Sox club Lillian Graves, directors. , house in thr Cleveland Stadium. 5. Kivi>rv k-w-Bonnit Mmi.-on jUis lean) was still at bid in the and Tom Gould, diivctois seventh inning. He had walked 6. uiin Joni Holland, Ktank j and given way to a pinch runner. Hidder, Mary DeMunbrun, and I In the third inning. Ted got ,iohn Rorigei=, directors, 'his JOOih homer off right-hander Playgrounds open from 1 p.m Wayne- Hawkins with a man on.[ 0 4 (> n) w j|| (, e . base. Boston won, 3-1. , Thomas Jefferson - JoAnn "I hit under .300 for the first! Beckman and Geo Van Horn time in my career last year and ,jii. et .| 0rs ijtople thought I was washed up." .-, u-.i., r, , „ ii- ii- -j ..i i i i-i - Hellrung - Be\erly Conwav. Williams said. I knew I could ., .. .. .' _ . • • „ u . j T . i. -.1 u tmery Martin, and Prisci !a still hit and I felt if I cuuld get u , ,, . , , Peler.-on. directors,, mvself m shape during spring . ,, . training and avoid injuries and J rHu1 '""^"'' - Angelo Barn, iliness^-something 1 didn't do last alld Donna Lindsay, directors. year-I couid still help tht club." 4 ' Ct< "" ttl - Kr.-,kin R >ttn and Ted undoubtedly would have I - ll " a " ^ ; '' a ^« diiecunt passed the 600-homer mark had n - Nl -""iside . Juni Holland he not missed nearly fave tulj. tiallk Kldljt ' -Mary DeMun- season* because of two hitches in biu " allfl Jl '"" Rogers, dii- tlie Marines and paats ot toui- otheii> because of two major ui- and various ailments He has .played only 10 complete sea- to 1; and will oe open i. to 4 . Jim Washington, direcuu.

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