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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JUNE 81,1WO 76 Wins Medal Match Play For Field Begins Mlw Dorii PhJlllpt, Belleville fired a one-ovtr-par 78 to take medalM honora IP the opening day of play ot the 27th flUnoll Women's State Amateur Invitational golf tournament at Loekhaven Monday Defending champion Miss Lola Dratke. LaGrartg*. finished in the ffecond spot for the day with a 78. Today'! action marts tht match play elimination round* with the field Of N women competing in five flightl< MM Phillips got off to a shaky •tart and three-putted the first tttfee greenj, but wai able to get her gat'" 1 going <* the fourth hole and flflUhed the flwt nine with a OfieXWdet par 37. Her game helt Up Wett on the second nine ttnti ttri final three holes which she bogtod to card a 39 for a total oi 18. MM. Robert Elliott, Alton, provided the thrill for the day With a hole-ifrohe on the par three, 165 yard, number eight hole. Mrs. El Uott't ace to only the second sho In state tourney play. Miss Virgin ia Ingram of Winnetka carded th first one in 1944 at Bloomington Mrs. Elliott finished With a 108 Three other former state title holders fared well in the opettih, found and qualified for the champ kmship flight. Mrs, Paul Donuners, Belvedere Who won the title in 1937, came in With a 19. Mils Barbara Slob<? Waukegan, the 1958 winner, scor ed an 80. Mrs. Clyde Webb, Mur phyibOfO, the first title holder in 1934, shot an 84. . three Alton Women qualified to the field of 32 top flighters in the diampionsrap bracket. Mrs. A. G Coveia carded a 92, Mrs. Nelson McBrien hit 89 and Miss Pat Rain '•cored 94. Other Alton golfers' scores and their flights are: First flight — Mrs. George Bassford 97, Mrs. M. G. Wickenhauser 87 and Mrs. Paul O'Neill 100. Secofld flight — Mrs. Charles McLain. 104, Mrs. Mathes Stern, 104, Mrs. J. J. Sharkey 103, and Mrs. Lee Wrest 106. Third flight — Mrs, C. R. Ditto, 106. Mrs. William Pybas, 107, Mrs. Joseph Murphy, 106, Mrs. George ] Prout, 109. Mrs. Gordon Smith, 109, Mrs. Richard Hudson, 109, and Mrs. Robert Elliot 108. Fourth flight — Mrs, Joseph Nagy, 110 and Mrs. Harry A. Stoker Jr., 111. The tournament will wind up Friday with a 36-hole final ifl the championship bracket for the title. Patterson KOs Johansson, Regains Crown haraton's thunderbolt right rind oday held the coveted heavyweight championship for a record By MIRRAY H0SK NEW YORK (AP)-Floyd Pat- arson showed he had a lightning "I told Ingemar he positively Mil get a third shot. I'd like tt toon. In 90 days, if poialble. I'm eft hook to match Ingemar Jo-1 going to be a real champion." econd time. The solemn-faced. <tMnk II Over. "I'm going to think It -.wr," said the downcast Johansson whrci asked if he wanted the third 25-vear-old i It was his first defeat Louis, had failed. At 21, PattOTton went into the record booto as the youmwtt heavyweight champion by flattening ancient Archie Moore with * devastating left hook In the fifth round at Chicago, Nov. 10, 1090. tew Yorker became the first firmer heavyweight champion ever to regain the title when he mocked out the handsome, hard- hitting Swede with a leaping left hook in 1:51 of the fifth round it career of 23 fights. He had soared to the championship heights last June 26 by demolishing Patterson on a seven- knockdown, thirtkound technical knockout. Now he found it hard Never again had he dernomtrat* In a pro Jed the power of that Jolting hook 'until Monday night. First he Me nailed Floyd high on the hear! with the old "thunder and light- the ancient Polo Grounds Monday j to talk. night. In regaining the most lucnrtlve "I think It was the hardest blov, prise In sports, the young, broad[ ever hit anyone," said the olated Patterson, "far the flrt^me I teel I'm a real champion. "- shouldered Negro succeeded where eight other ring greats, Including Jack Dempsey and Joe felled the 194% pound champion early in the fifth rotind for a nine- count. Then he did It again with a leaping left that had all of His 190 pound* behind It. The strong Swede hit the canvas flat on his back. He was out cold. Referee Artie Mercwrte could have counted 300. tt was several minutes before Ingo wes propped up on a stool in the ring ONCE IN A LIFETIME and several more minutes before i laHt chance. It was the inly I Ingo's jaw and dropped Mm. he was able to leave the bedlam j «*"** hp &* from thc officials, champ got up on one ktiM and i;»w Strategy took Patterson fought differently tMs . to ... ... "itime. instead of looking for a |forp "^ Wrtl wM " tor his drewlng room. It could have been different the powerful able toTollow Viking had up his best beoni r M Hm'hor'Tu"rL,"^ rt r!'»«ertng him with both hands, unllmbpr hi.s fast com-l,^ ^ ^ ^^ flna , |rft and boxing history was piercing weapon—the classic left i made. jab. For this second fight alone, Pat nlng" right. This was almost «hp| J " F '| oyd danced rf , pea | e dly and eMterson's purie may amount to same punch that started Floyd on! fr , ( ., ive)v with , h(? j ab Hf , openetl j $763.000. Ingo will be consoled by the way out a year ago. ,a cut under Ingo's left eye in the Patterson was stunned but helfi rs i round. Hr raised a lump un- wa« able to retreat. Ingo went|^ er n, e sam(? e ye in the next after hi* foe cautiously, poking round . He employed the left f o get with his left repeatedly. He didn't ,„ c | osr , (inc j t -ake Johansson's get in the foilowup right. By the;body und hear! with short punches. end of the round Patterson had j,, the fifth round tie sent Jo- regained his full senses. That, It turned out, was Ingo's hansson to the ropes. The first leaping left hook thudded against a purse of close to $636,000. Promoter BUI Fugazy al Feature Sports, Inc.. estimated the crowd at 40,000 to 45,000 and the gate receipts at around 1800,000. For the network radio rights, dosed circuit television, movies and other extras, several million dollars more may be added. Mrs, Robert Elliott of Alton kisses the ball with which she made a hole-inane Monday afternoon in the Illinois State Golf Tournament for Women at Loekhaven Country Club. Mrs. Elliott's shot came on No. 8 hole. It was only the second in the history of the meet and the first for Mrs. Elliott. At right is club pro, Lou Miller, and friends who gathered around to congratulate her.- Staff Photo. Tourney Sidelights ! c " rds Battle nAVu.** IMH^H rrf Allnr, it-i, nf Ilia Innrnnv lias hl»r ernlf', ^«.I> Jllfyl/ J OfH-l Pitt Tonight \ PITTSBURGH lAP) - Thej on number eight. Hoi- ace was {was what she called herself dur- j fourth-place St. Louis Cardinals < only the second registered in] ing play on thc Florida Circuit., 1 will lay a 4-3 edge over National' The "Knucklehead" title is a i League-leading Pittsburgh here tu- Mrs. Robert Elliott of Alton iity ol the tourney, has her golf, provided tlie most exciting shot'balls stenciled with the name of! Of the day with her hole-in-one j "Knucklehead" which she says' By TO WTUM ; ofl rraw Sports Writer Hank Aaron broke loose, Joey Jay finally won one and the Milwaukee Braves are up In second place in the National League race for the flnt time time the first week of the season. Aaron, batting a chilly .279 with only one home run in the last It games, hammered two homers and drove in three rum while Jay, pitched 6 2-8 Irmings of tour-hit, shutout relief for a 44 victory over LOB Angeles Monday night. It was Jay's flnt success since last September, and his first over the Dodgers in two years. With no other games scheduled in the ML, the Braves puttied within four game! of first place Pittsburgh and Jumped past Sen Francisco into second by seven percentage points, the Giants open a four-game series at Mil waukee with a twl-night doubleheader tonight. tri the only American League game scheduled, Kansas City defeated-Boston, 0-6. Aaron, last year's bat champ with a .355 average, upped his lit Second Place Hank Aaron Breaks Loose, Leads Braves Past Dodgers current mark to .2M andjrtjtered a winning, tworun Moond toting with a leadofl hom« ofl Don Drysdale. Aaron willrtd ta the third inning, hit hH 18th (MOM run ot the y*af loading «H flu »1»h and then drove in amOMr while grounding into a font play again* rtli«ver fid Patoqulit tn At Mveflth. DryidaM (*» now tau tort five hi a row md tlltt ot Us nine dedBtow. toy, WHOM only other was a lort« wUef job afainst Pittsburgh two nontitf ago, struck out three and watted one. He came on in the third after flatter Bob Buhl, the Dodfer MUkor, gave up four walla. The Mventh piaoe A • beat the lait place R«J tot with a tie. breaking, Ihwwun taventh capped by Harry Chiti'i home ran with a man on. Dieting Whips Midtown, Wildcats Whip Godfrey In Little League Play In Little League baseball action Monday 10 games were played. In the Kennett League the Wildcats whipped Godfrey No. 2, 11-9, and Northside stopped the Cardinals. 3-2. In the Bean League the Athletics beat the Hawks. 14-3. In the Krebs League, the Yankees tumbled the Foxes, 5-4. and Hellrung smacked the Godfrey Rookies, 22-11. The Lions won over the Cardinals, 21-7, in the Rayborn League. The Reds beat the Dodgers. 24-0, and the Hawks topped the Fallons, 12-4, in the Eilenberger League. In the Juttemeyer League, the Reds trounced the Sharks, 9-2, and the Bears beat the Pages, 27-1. Three games were played in the City Softball League Monday night. Chuck Diering Ford defeated Midtown, 10-8, Sager's whipped Norb's Norslders, 6-4, and ACMS of Onized topped the Steelwofkers, 5-2. East Alton won from The Western Club on a forfeit. Midtown took a 4-0 lead over Diering, but couldn't hold it as the winners scored heavily in the middle Innings. Tovo, Ulett and Carlton hit homers m the game. After Norb's took a 3-0 lead in the first Inning, Sager's came on strong in the late innings to win while collecting only four hits. Norb's had 10 hits, but contributed four errors. ACMS scored three times in the third inning and it was enough to get by the Steelworkers. Burch and Crowson each had triples. New Champ Would Fight Johansson in 90 Days state championship play. State Scores 76— Doris Phillip*, Belleville Miss Virginia Ingram, Winnet-: misnomer as her 76 will testify, ka, made the first in 1944 at the. 1 Doris is the type of girl who Bloomington Country Club. jis very modest and when asked a questioi designed to trap her Into making an unkind remark, A silver bracelet is awarded | for the teat and the present i bracelet has been waiting to be j she gracefully turned the answer •awarded since the 134<1 meet. Mrs.. Elliott used a three wood W e Dom tt m™. l ! 8 Belvlderejon the pur threc-163-yard hole. ( { r{vc bounced in front of 80—Barbara Slobe. Waukegan 82—Lana Kaye Roberts. Sullivan 8L1—Barbara Buckman, Belleville Rae Ann Welgert, R<v:kford 84—Mrs. Clyde Webb, Murpliysboro Heidi Prentice, Wilmette 85—Mrs. Richard Jones, Urbana Mrs. Robert Shields. Qulncy 8b—Judy Easterbrook, Peorta Bob Gibson, (0-0) just recalled Into a compliment. ] from a trip to the minors, will op- She was asked. "Who is thelP° se him - S , JU ^ ,, , ,- NEW YOKK — Heavyweight cham- fhe Redbuds will lace Vein, plon F i oyd Patterson looks down on the Law (10-2) in me opener of a| unconscious form of Iiigeinar Johansson three-game series at Forbes Meld, alter he regained the title from Johans- worst golf ei' in the tourney?" Danny Murtaugh's Pirates have! the green jthe hole. and Her reply, "Well, the handi-jbeen beaten only six times at to 2 - so I rolled towardsj cap nas t)ee " lowcl ' ecl to 2 - so home and, have won 18. ; I'd say the worst golfers arc! But the Ciirds recently took! Mrs. Elliott said. "The girls with inn started yelling and said I had made a hole-in-one. I re- not in the tourney." Doris continues to have something nice to say about evory- 87—Mrs. Delmar Huegei, Spring- ] fusec | u , Believe it and told them | thing and she soon will be call- to wait until wo rould actually led the "rainbow girl" as evevy- field Penn> Kerndt. Ueerlleld son in this fifth round knockout at Polo Ground in New York last ni«;ht. A small Judge Rules in Favor Of AFL in Cannon Case ITS ALL OVER trickle of blood runs down Johansson's face as referee Arthur Mercante reaches down to remove mouthpiece from Johansson's mouth. (AP Wire- photo) ! three out of four from the But-s in St. Louis. The Cards haven't beaten Law! in two years, including two games LOS ANGELES (APt — Thejtions in a "shroud of secrecy" |Rains' high command. ; Said an irked Daniel F. Reeves, Rains' president: "I just happen to know that Pete Rozellfi is the ; most honest man in the >vorld. I have no comment on Cannon." NEW YORK (AP)—"I definitely will give Johansson a return fight. I'd like to fight him in 90 days. I will be a fighting champion this time. I will fight early and often." So spoke Floyd Patterson following his spectacular fifth-round knockout of Tngemar Johansson Monday night, a victory that made him the first man in boxing history to regain the heavyweight championship of the world. This was a new Patterson, far different from the mumbling I young man of a year ago who, after his stunning defeat at the hands of the Swedish challenger, let his manager, Cus D'Amato, do all the talking. D'Amalo is unlicensed in New York and was unable to sit in Patterson's corner for what -vas undoubtedly Patterson's greatest fight. He was much in evidence in the winner's dressing room at the Polo Grounds, but Floyd spoke as if his manager was across the Harlem River in Yankee Stadium. He was doing his own talking. "For the first time since I won 88— Mrs. William Walker. Highland see the bull in the hole. thing she sees is beautiful. he has won from them tliis season, i count was in favor of the:when Rozellc was the Rains' gen- Louisiana State University stirred Park Mrs. Robert Uuvia. Casey 89—Mrs. Nelson McBrien, Alton Mrs. Jack Ballls, Jaelwonvlile Mrs. Dale Wright. Paris 90—Miss Pat Fischer. Belleville Mrs. John Coffman, Qulncy Miss Nancy Lundstrom. Spring field Miss Sharon Moran. Batavla 91—Corrine Clark. Piano Dorothy^Akenian ifrbunu,made on that hole and only six;sand trip to the right of the "And there it was. nestled in the cup."' Miss lluidi Prentice, Wilmette,i Mrs. Elliott, almost did not en-;was going into the 18th hole on-| ter the tourney and did only at;ly two over par 73 when disast-[ the last moment. er struck on the third shot of the! The holp-in-one. according to I hole. . • lLou Miller, was only the second i Her second shot landed in the' American Football League today |eral manager last November. U 'P in the new league's player war- 'n )e Rams contended C-uinon' will] the old National League. ! signed three contracts for the And All-America halfback Billy 196U-(il-fiL' st-ason. ! Cannon svas free to play for ttie: xi^ jucluP faulted the 19<n-li2 ! Houston Oilers ol the AFL. in- contracts mainly because neither ___ stead ol the Los Angeles Rams of W as signed by (hen Acting Qr>m-: —~™-— the Nl-T,. imissioner Austin (junsel. i re-l Mrs. Cal Self, Batavla 94—Mrs! Morgan Evan. Bloomlne- ton 85—Mrs. Pat Rain. Alton Mrs. RObS McNutt. Springfield Mrs. Jean Hubbard. Blooming- toil 9»—Mrs. James Pnllman, Chum- paian Mia. John Hungate. Sterling Mrs. F. A. Torrey, Pekin 97—Mrs. George Bussford, Alton Mrs H. G. Wlckenlwuier. Alton Mrs. Weldon Mulllken. Bloom- Ingtou 98—Mrs. Yomz Bonnett. Bluomlng- ton Mrs. William ureeley. Spring- Mrs. Wiliurd lobln. Springfield Mrs. Albert Seckel. Peoria 100—Mrs. Inez Oeneau. Kankakee Mrs. Harold C. Vance, Cham- palfin Mrs. John Leonard. Belleville Mrs. Blllie Harper. Belleville Mrs. Paul O'Neill. Alton 101—Mrs. W. E. Leach, OuQUoin Mrs. H. G. Jans>en. Efflngham 102—Mrb. F. I. Crum, Lincoln Mrs. Jacob Leiner. Belleville Mrs. Stuart Cllnc. Parts Mrs. Arthur Vogi, Urbana Mrb. Francis shUBier. Springfield Ifti— Mrs. H. M. Mubry, Hillsboro Mrs,. J. J. SharUey. Altuu Mrs. Gerrv Cooper. Uicbt'ield Mrs. E. R. Jou«k. Springfield 10*-»MrD Qiarle* McLain. Alton i Mrs. Robert Lamberton. Belle-] Vile I Mrs. M«the» htern. AJtun i l(Ai-Mrs. E<war_d Tiiuij Springneld! Mrs. J. B orpbe. Belleville j Mrs C. W. Draper, HllUboro 100—Mr» C. R. Oittv, Alton Mrs. Wendell Wohlloid, bd- wardsviile ' I Mrs. Lee Wre»t. Alton ' Mrs. Joseph Murphy. Altuu , }U7—Mrs. Thomas Isley. Belleville | Mrs. William Pybas. Alton )0&—-Mrs. Tom Lawless. Springfield Mrs. Preach Fraker. Cham- pulau Mrs. Walter Savage. Cham- BttlSU Mr*. LUilan Brawley. Litcbfield Mrs. Robert Elliot, Alton 108— Mrs. Gordon Smith, Alton Mrs. A. C. Nold, Edwards- vUle Mrs. RJclurd Hudson, Altoo have been made among both < green und as she blasted out, male and female golfers in the!she hit it too hard und overshot ol Luekhuven. ithc green and landed behind a Federal Juduc Willium J. Lind-quiremem he said is stipulated °' Sl -' 0 Giant8 hit satel y in his n-s Monday 'rlonled the Rams'lin the NFL constitution. He d.s- «™t 16 games this spring. Cin- "•• 1 .. .,.;»»..^I'r^ f*n I ^f,.I I..!-. ttif^nnnrt her; injunction suit to keep Cannon 'missed the 19(H) contract, signed from playing for the Oilers. bv Guiisel. because he said it \vas! his streak on Ma - v 4 Doris Phillips, Miss Personal- Palmer, Snead Shoot for Cup PORTA1AR1SOCK, Ireland (API — 'I'he best known sportsman hi Ireland today is U.S. Open lloU' Champion Arnold Palmer. ! hedge neur the pro shop. The ball i He's the glamor boy m the four- . . came to rest three inches from I day Canada Cup championship| The t»urt blasted NFL I ..minis- part, ol an incomplete contractut.l the sidewalk and t\\o inches be-'opening over the Portmarnockisioner Pete Ftoelle fur conduct-'package. hind a ver> thick hedge about! links Thui'silay. i'ift>-nmc other i ing the Cannon contract nc^ulia- The adverse nilmg shuclwd the •J mid a hull' feet high. 'golfers from '.'9 other nations also When the smoke had cleared|will compete m tliu tournament' from tliat impossible lie she j won by Australia last year. Sum look an 11 on the holt ami holed {Leonard of Canada carried off the out with an 84. jindividual title, i She held her composure well' The bookies tuvoried Palmer 10 ! during the hectic few ruinutes | wijl Uu , individual UUe and I on the tough shot and was able ;- m -kun he's the man io CHITV when he repudiated the Ram contracts— for a total of 5150,000— and signed a more lucrative pact with K. S. i Bud) Adams Jr.. owner of the Houston Oilers, in late December. Willie Mays of the San Fran- cinnati's Cal McLish stopped flils," he said happily. "This is easily the most gratifying moment of my life. "I'm the champ again. A real champ this time. Do you know what that means?" The only person who might have really known was sitting, still stunned, still groggy, and still unbelieving, not 50 feet away, in the loser's dressing room. "I was careless," mumbled Johansson. "I was overconfident. Something like Patterson was in our first fight." The good-looking Swede looked like a beaten fighter. His face showed the pounding he had taken for five rounds before a long, lethal left hook knocked him flat on his back at 1:51 of the fifth round It took nearly 10 minutes to revive him. Johansson at first either refused or just couldn't talk to reporters After keeping them waiting for an hour, .he sent word that he just wasn't up to it. "He's shocked," said Edww Ahlquist, manager of the strich the title in 1956," Patterson said, I eh Swede. "He'd like to talk "I feel I'm a real champion. I think the public finally will accept me. At least, I hope so." The spectacular victory seemed to have done more to the 25- year-old Patterson than give him back his title. Throughout the hour-long session svith newsmen in the steaming, crowded quarters, Floyd gave the appearance of being a much more mature, confident and decisive person. "It was worth losing the title for you tomorrow. This is the first time in his life he's been knocked out." Later, as he left the dressinz room, with his mother, sister, i> ancee and manager, he was asked when he thought he would b» ready for a rematch with Patter son. Ingemar stared blankly for a moment, then smiling sadly, ha said slowly: "I'm going to tlynli it over.'' to >imlc cleared. alter the smoke hud The Luckhaven course was of CITY CHAMP John fund, above, tvou the city golf clminjiioubliio Sunday at Kock Spring Golf Courkd with a ttvo- Mrs Prout. Alton rrv Stoker. Alton RuU) Blctor, Spnng- Hi-Mrs. nulcr. K ' SCnidt Roblou ake Vim- over-uar J4ti. It the first city title for Hand. Ruojier-up was Frank ! Bono ana Walt Calvey caiue In third. — Staff Photo. tough on the girls as most thi- -eon-.-, indicated Sum,- U | the comments heard- be nu>inttl> in ilii rouiM. ranged trom "that!; ** u'jLjyune wind is sure tough" to "the course i» sure hillv with plenty ul' rull^ and sidehil!;,." The u ind oamt on >ti'ong iuvmiiil noon and started playing havoc w ith llu ladies- that started at thai lime Tile out-uf-loun girl> are having a hard time in adapting to tlie unusual couist. As everyone sa>» luoKuiy at the course. "It's not gouiy to gel an> easier. United States to a team title in partnership with Sam Snead. The Canada Cup matches attract the top pros from all uvcrl the world. The team title goes to' squad posting the, combined score after 7 - Jj holes. The individual crown goes to the man with the best 72-hole Yesterday'b Stars By IHt ASkOClAIEU HHtsS Pitching — Joey Jay, Braves, blanked Dodgers on (our singles in 6 i'-o tunings of relief for 4-1 _ CMdricb. Btiie- uowu ei .pnn, Hitting -Hauk Aaron, Braves, hiumuei'ed two homers and drove ...i" 1 «*"•«* rum a« Biww took over oor»* Wolcuti. Liocoiu j second place uitli 4-1 decision over Dycu*. VauaulU VACATION AND HOLIDAY SILVER DOLLAR DRV CLEANING SPECIAL THIS WEEK tOf i. WU II* I 434 N. it. •ivtr Avt. BI6 EXPENSES AHEAD? Places to go, things to buy! When there just isn'1 enough money to go around, arrange an instal- ment loan at HFC. 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