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MONDAY, JUNE 20, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH River Rlpptea «* •iid Outdoors with Harold WtacollstB Trip When an angler's mind Is «*t on catching bass, he Isn't satisfied to land any other kind of fish even In large numbers, according to a report from six Alton-Wood River Sportsmen Club members who returned last Monday night from Wisconsin. They found in a weekend fishing trip to Colston's Lakeside Retreat on Spider Lake, Woodruff. Wis., that thr bass had gone off the spawning beds. Charles Landfo took a four- pound bass on a flyrod and Clem Forbes took a 33',ii-inch muskie that weighed about 11 pounds. The other anglers who caught lots of crappie and bluegill in eluded Art Tomerlln, Hirold Murphy, Bob Borman and Clyde Borman. The men brought back quite a few fish even if only some of them were bass. Claim to Fame Lynman Fleming of Jersey ville tried fishing with a small yellow fishing lure and although he had several strikes, he failed to land a fish. Then he examined the lure and found the hook enclosed in a cork which Jimmy Bryan Dies in Penn Racing Meet LANOHORNB, Pa.. (AP) Rugged, cigar • smoking Jimmy Bryan, veteran auto racer who won 19 championships including the Indianapolis 500 in 1968, was Wiled Sunday in the 100-mile National Championship Big Car race at Langhorne Speedway. Roberts Stops Giants With Five-Hit Effort By IOC ftftlCftLtR Associated Frew Spofls Wfttef Lay down the shovels. Hold streak mapped by Lot Angeles. ft*. Cincinnati took two from Chl- rate of fishes in Illinois, and sizes of hooks recommended for catching various species. The very first bulletin was soon out of print and persons interested in obtaining the revised edition should do so right away. Up With the New Phil Mackelden. 2213 WRS H(lt . I11|IllIW ,„ ,,„„„ Ave., who is building a new 22- ^ Qf campaign, m., for the by-26 ft. cabin nine feet off the ^ on {he fjfg( ]ap when hls car ground atop heavy poles on guddpn , skldded sl deways and Scotch Jimmy Island, burned his,^^ ove|> several t , mes inteH old house-boat, used as a club-; no flre uajr uuwii ure nnuvcio. nviu UlnCiniKllI TOUR ivro uuiii v.m- back those flowers. There's still oago 4-3 and 7-5 and St. Louis a lot of life left in the right arm ' —~ ~" J of Robin Roberts. The last of the Philadelphia Whiz Kids of 1960 showed his would-be pallbearers something The Cards won the opener 4-3 and the Braves copped the nightcap 3-2. New York and Baltimore, one- two in the American League, each VYWUIU u^ |«»iii/craiCEo OUIII^UIIIIQ **TW «•• w«^ ••••» — --•— o — . !Sunday, handcuffing the San Fran-lwon doubleheaders. The Yankees Wimbledon Meet Starts; Fraser Favored WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — The ?4th Wimbledon Lawn Tennfc Championships started today and they looked open even before the professionals joined In — m the pros are likely to do next year. The tennis nations of the world will decide In Paris July 6 whether j , ve who gnome apewiwny. [Sunday, handcuffing the San Fran-lwon floubieneaders. me lannees «...v,^^,., , »..= »- v ~ „..- — 33. year . 0 |d Phoenix, Ar1z.,i c | sco Giants with five hits in 11 i whipped Chicago twice 6-5 and 5-3 Wimbledon and other major tournaments should mix ros and DENVER (Aft-Wfiat's next to conqsaef tor Arnold Palmer, 29, de bronced jolf prvfessioiial front Ltgonler, Pa., who teems to make the incredible seetn routine? After his stunning, last gasp victory In the National Open championship Saturday. It's two down and two to go In what Arnle racing in 1948 innin g s as ne p | U . h ed the last attempttng to pass Don Bran- p | aiT ponies , 0 a 2 -l victory. and Baltimore shut out Detroit i naments should mix pros and ac-r mime* to a <-i viciory. .twice. 2-0 an 1-0. Boston took two amateurs in a revolutionary move Robbie, who is supposed to have from Cleveland 7-1 and 3-2 and n^xtyear Most people think this nothing loft but a prayer on his j Washington defeated Kansas (^proposal will go through ^ r * . \ a f ; O« 4UI*. t« n \t7tMiHla/Vi¥l . prstwhilr fast ball, must have was placed numerous old tires side. He had quite a big fire, he said. Bitte Match Sunday Thf Piasa Rifle and Pistol Club will conduct an Outdoor Rifle Position Tournament next Sunday at its outdoor range one mile north on Alby street from Elm street. This will be the first time a rifle tournament of this „„,...„ ^ where he was dead on arrival. Attendants said he died of chest and internal injuries. The 17-car race restarted after the fatal accident. It was won by Jim Hu'rtubise of Lennox, Calif., who set a national record of 100.786 m.p.h. over the one-mile dirt track. His time was 59:31.92. this is a Wimbledon to win. hppn nitrhinff ntit of memorv as! To ".v Taylor drove in Phlladd-l Neale Fraser. the left handed nTfantdl? GianS IdTmlssS i Phia's winning run^ He singled Australian who almost single shutout onlv because of Willie "0™ Ted ^B^ 0 who had walked handed won the Davls Cup back snuioui oniy oecause o. wmie ^ advanced to th)rd on a g i n gi e from the United States last Sep by Lee Walls. Jack Sanford, who tember, Is the official favorite as had fanned three batters with the {NO. 1 seed. Fraser also is reigning ieves—will be the first grand | pr oved himself the best golfer In slam in pro history. I the Masters and the Open, wil" Palmer Is winging his way to !s top short of all, tour major chant type will be conducted on an out-| Eddie Sachs, of Center Valley, Mays seventh-inning home run. Eight of his strikeouts came in the last four innings as he won his third of the season and 224th of his career. The defeat, first under new Giant manager Tom Sheehan, prevented San Francisco from narrowing the four-game gap with league-leading Pittsburgh. The Pirates had their five-game winning , ,, door range in this part of the j Pa w j, 0 viewed the tragedy from | state, reported Walter L. Read,| n j s eight cars behind,. aiCLLC, I VJJJUl ICV4 TY Wll\y» *J« -w^-«.j , fllS JJU3UIUII ^'ft 111 **«*» « 3 w*-•••• — • 304 Grand Ave., East Alton, ex-! blamec i the accident on Bryan's 7Viiif/l iTUllll ecutive secretary to the club. "overconfidence in himself Registration will begin at 8:30 nis to return to the pro 111 3 COrK WnlCn **^-e*w*»«v.v*.i ...»- VWB ... —- -- — , ma caR*-! ucao iw *%,**•»•• >•«• «-~ t makes him a nominee to the! a - m - with the first relav to start j fession that he was so wonderful Boners Club. ' at 9 a ' m - The entry fee 1S $1< In. and hi Open Golf pro-j I . . bases full In the 10th after re-1 United States champion. lleving Billy O'Dell, was the loser. The Dodgers shelled Bennie Daniels off the mound with a six- run assault in the third, featured by Don Demeter's base-clearing triple. The big Inning offset a Barry MacKay, the M serve and smash expert from Dayton Ohio, is No. 2 on the list of Eight seeds. But anything can happen and it's been proved in the pre-WIm Free F.sh Booklet ed "What Fish Is This" by Al Loplnot, chief fishery biologist, •is now available upon request from the Education Division of the Illinois Department of Conservation, Room 113. State Office Building, Springfield. The shooter's outdoor position classification will be used. If shooter hasn't any -e classification, his indoor had just dropped the the Bryan took ClUSSlHCHUOn. HIS IIIUUUI umaoi- - j. U-otn, fication will be used. Those hav- and the dust and dirt.got^ heavy, ing neither will fire in the mast-! "And after 2 & years of tnacti- er class unless they can qualfyjvMy. he d,dn't like what was hap- as unclassed. 'P enlng - • ' Shooters will use 22 caliber! "He tried to drive from the out- rimfire rifles meeting National side to the inside too quickly and The major portion of the book- Ri |j e Assn ru | es ^y s j gn ts, that is what put the car out of let is devoted to line drawings ofj are permitted except juniors, who i control. He made such a sharp •u«. n «- A f +Un fJr-U sKtfm-virtn in tVio • * > . . i _i_ i ***MM *Unf 4-hfi r»Q1* flinnoH trt tnP most of the fish common in the central part of the United States and to characteristics that will enable the fisherman to quickly * - - , v oO identify his catch. A chart gives | prone| 2 Q shots sitting, 20 shots use iron sights to he classed as turn that the car flipped to the juniors. All matches %vill be fir-1 inside of the track, ed from 50 yards. The matches will be 20 shots DENVER (API Cherry Hills Country Club Saturday: Arnold Palmer, Ligonier, Pa., 72-71-72-65—280 $14,400. 68-67-73-75—283 $3,950. grand slam homer by Pittsburgh's! bledon tournaments. The favorites Dick Stuart and gave relief pitch- j have been toppling over like th er Ed Roebuck his fourth victory! skittles on a bowling alley. in five decisions. MacKay lost to little known Horne runs paced the Reds to Brazilian Edison Mandacino in tin their double triumph. Jerry j West of England Championship Lynch's two-run blow in the sev-j a t Bristol. ienth won the opener for Jim! Fraser lost to Earl Buchholz o Top 10 finish- 1 Q'Toole and Vada Pinson's two st. Louts, Mo., the eighth seed fo Wimbledon, in the Kent Cham pionship at Beckenham. Roy Emerson, No. 6, and Roc ,Laver. No. 3, both from Australia land Ramanathan Krishnan of In dia, No. 7. all fell in the Londo Championships at Queen's Club t the smooth stroking Spaniard An dres Gimeno. Gimeno is unseeded at Wimble- •-'*-'• ' » *-** •• t • •» ' . uj- — ~ f ^j £ UUlV OlIVJ V niltl 1 mown <•* n« w ers plus ties, including earnings, j circu j t D ] ows helped Cal McLish in the National Open Golf Tourna-jj 0 n j s thj rd triumph in the night- ment over the par 71, 7,004 yard cap Ernie Banks' 18th and Frank Thomas' 14th four-baggers for the Cubs wree wasted. A double by pinch-hitter Stan j Musial helped the Cards overcome ' «•»• « " v _^«^.-., i ^vmaiai iit-ijjtv* mi' v*ai v»d v* » *.« X'W* > «*A—Jack Nicklaus, Columbus, j a 2 -i deficit in the first game. St. hlo.. 71-71-69-71-282. : LOU J S snapped a 2-2 tie in the Mike Souchak. Grossinger, N.Y.,i e ighth, scoring twice against loser ! Warren Spahn. Curt Flood and > don. So the seeds are thinking he' eaten, habitat reproduction. In addition, information on several species pertaining to size, life span, foods preferred and there are sections on the accepted and local names of fish, average growth League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (based on 100 or more at bats) — Burgess, Pittsburgh, .344; Groat, Pittsburgh, .340. Runs — Hoak, Pittsburgh and Mays, San Francisco, 49. Runs batted in — Banks, Chicago, 53; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 47. Hits — Groat, Pittsburgh, 87; kneeling, 20 shots standing, ag- gvegate of matches and two-man i ~> "I was heartsick. He was loved and revered by every man In the j 6g _ ?5 . 67 _ 283 ' 53 959. Jack Fleck, Los Angeles, 70-70-1 roo i<j e j o hn Glenn drove in the;the man to fear. 72-71—283 $3.950. |i as t two tallies to offset a ninth- j The men take over play at Wim Dow Finsterwald. Tequesta.,! j nn j ng home run by Joe Adcock. j bledon today. It's ladies day Tues Fla., 71-69-70-73—283 $3,950. iThe Milwaukee first baseman!day. i Ted Kroll. Bradenton, Fla., 72-'homered again in the second! In their bracket things lookj Captures Open With Great Rail; §y 00ft WlJtSI Prow Sports WHtw probably firmly first be- Canada Cup match*! agalnsltpwi from tone 90 ttwhtflfl tnta WiMw* end. Once tfcit's out of tfct my, ft'* on to St. Andrews In Scotland fof the 100th anniversary British Open July 4-8, and after that, back to Akron. Ohio, for the Professional Golfers Assn. championship July 21-24. Who's to say this handsome young fellow, who already has reland today with Sam Snead to •pprespnt the United States In the Minnesota, USC Meet Tonight for Crown OMAHA (AP) — Minnesota and Southern California meet tonight for the NCAA Baseball Championship. The college world series, plagued by rain-outs since the opening game a week ago last Friday, went into another day as Southern Cal handed Minnesota its first tourney defeat Sunday night 4-3 In 11 innings. A Minnesota victory would have ended the double-elimination affair. Both clubs now are 4-1.(hole wlndup. pionships in one year? Here, at the picturesque, 7,004- yard, par 35-36-71 Cherry Hills course ort Saturday, he rammet In six birdies on the first seven holes of the final round, broke the open last-round record of 65 and came from seven strokes off the pace to win leg No. 2 with a 72 hole total of 280. At the end of the 72 holes, Palmer was two strokes to the good of potential great Jackie Nick- inus, who set an Open low-scorltiK record for amateurs "with 282. Mike Souchak, who had blistered Cherry Hills to a record 36-hole total of 135 in the first two rounds, was back at 283 with five others after collapsing to 73-75 on the 36- Hflt pgpptt, _ UK pftlr cofhbiflea Me shutout ovw f helm «0ow«d flrtjr 24) flnt gKRtt pennlHCu game 1-0 Three I League By THE ASSOCIATED MUt Satnrday Oanwi Des Molnes 11-8, Oreetl B«y M Lincoln 4, Burlington 3 , , Sioux City 15, Pox ClttetJ : Sunday Games Burlington 2, Lincoln i Green Bay 2-0, Sioux City |4 . Des Molnes 4, Fox Cities 2 (10 Innings) (first) Fox Cities 8, Des Molnes 1 (second) _ An American firm will engineer Athens' new $10.6 million airport development. Southern Cal's only loss was 12-11 to Minnesota in 10 innings Friday night. Wntrr-Cooled Engine JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — When another motorist drove alongside Wallace Horn Jr, and told him his car engine, located in the rear, was afire, Horn did the best thing he could Ihink of under the circumstances. He backed the small foreign car down an embankment into stream of water. At 284 was Ben Hogan, who was even with Palmer with two holes to go but hit into water on both the 71st and 72nd holes and splashed out of contention. Until then, it looked like an unprecedented fifth Open championship for Hogan, nearing his 48th birthday. Snead, who already has reached •18, wound up unsuccessful in his 20th search for his first Open title. He was well back at 289. For Palmer, the record $14,400 first prize ballooned his earnings for golf this season to $66,603. VACATION AND HOLIDAY SILVER DOLLAR DRY CLEANING SPECIAL THIS WEEK 909 I. Ireodwoy 2012 Slot* St. 226 I. Elm 436 N. Wood Rlvtr Avt. racing business." ^ • Bryan was one of four auto rac-JN.C, 73-69-68-73—283 $3.950. ing drivers killed over the week - - -- • - - • game, helping Carl Wiley Julius Boros, Southern Pines, n j s fourth triumph. f* nn f*t\ ftfi *trt nOO •"> OKA o- — o*-"^- "* ••••--.~... — -, ...... - . — IIIK Ul IVCl S MIIC\4 wt» 111w «»«-*.•» team match if there is time to| enc j..The others were Chris Bris- fire. Trophies will be awarded to w and Alan Stacey, two British winners, Read pointed out. (drivers killed in the Belgian E. J. Harrison, St. Louis, 74-70- j 70-69-283 $3,950. A—Don Cherry, Wichita Falls, Tex., 70-71-71-72—284 Reason To Cluck HUMBOLDT, Tenn. (API — gain!more settled. Maria Bueno of! i Brazil, the defending champion, | is seeded No. 1 and Darlene Hard] of Montebello, Calif., whom she Henry Perry believes his hen holds some sort of record. An egg it Clemente, Pittsburgh, 80. Doubles — Cinningharn, St. BfiWLLNG BOWL INN Saturday Mixed League 200 bowlers: L. Tiemann 246; E. Smith 208; C. Williams 202. Mexico City — Jose (Toluco) Lopez, Mexican bantamweight, outpointed Danny Kidd, Philip 69-73—284 $1,950. Jerry Barber, Los Angeles, 6971.70-74—284 $1,950. A—indicates amateur. Roxana Rangers Drop 7-6 Game at St. Louis ST. LOUIS—The Roxana Rangers dropped a 7-6 Khoury League Intermediate, age 17-19, game to Holy Trinity here Sunday. Trinity catcher, Musick.siugged a bases empty home run in the ninth inning to win the contest. Louis, 16; four tied with 14. Triples—Bruton, Milwaukee, 7; Pinson, Cincinnati and Kirkland, San Francisco, 6. Home runs — Banks, Chicago, 18; Boyer, St. Louis, 17. Stolen bases — Pinson, Cincinnati and Mays, San Francisco, 15. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions) — Law, Pittsburgh, 102; Williams, Los Angeles, 5-1. Strikeouts —Drysda\e, Los Angeles, 104; Friend, Pittsburgh, 87. American League Batting (based on 100 or more at bats)^— Runnels, Boston, .352; Maris, New York, .338. Runs — Mantle, New York, 51; Maris, New York, 41. Runs batted in — Maris, New York. 50; Hansen, Baltimore. 45. Hits—Runnels, Boston, 76; Minoso, Chicago, 72. Doubles — Skowron, New York, | 17; Lollar, Chicago, 16. i Triples—Fox, Chicago, 6; four tied with 4. Hor.-.° runs—Maris. New York, 19; Lemon, Washington, 17. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chicago, 16; Landis and Minoso, Chicago and Piersall, Cleveland, 9. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions)—Coats, New York, 8-0; B. Daley, Kansas City, 9-2. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit and Pascual, Washington, 91. pines, 10. (weights not available) | Roxana now has a 2-2 mark. Big expenses ahead? ured way, lone; Ul IVCJ. O nui**\* «*• *••** «-• — -cj ^ CA. i IV IA t i I A *u^ Grand Prix, and Al Herman of! B en Hogan, Fort Worth, 75-67- j laid weighed one-half pound, meas Allentown, Pa'., a midget auto driver, killed at the West Haven (Conn.) Speedway. 10 inches around the and contained another I of another color. 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