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THURSDAY, JUNE 28,1WO Snead, Palmer Burn Up Irish Course in Trials PORTMAHNOCK, Ifetend (AP) • TIW IMM BUR WWB •MFCuJF fbr a. Mvm hi flM weaftw R» the Cafada Cup |0tt toufiMJMRt fot ttndtt way. Thty hate fiw idea that the world's top golf pwa may IMVC Ireland teUtvffli ftjrtniai-tiotik ii a cotfrw for Mds. And tint could happen if the weather ttaya calm and tunny tor four days of the tournament. "We thought the record of 66 set by our own Christy O'Connor last year was unbeatable," Port* marnock Captain Willie Gill said. "But now we're wondering after the practice scores turned in by Arnold Palmer and Sam Snead, the two Americans." Snead turned the 7,002-yard, par 72 links beside the sea into almost a drive and pitch course. He shot a final practice round of 65, sev- i unifaf paf. Pttrnop wit only one behind, wHwra fwnt of Bin* land and tM ftees of Wales had 67i and Marry Wwtman of England and Kotcht Ono of Japan had 88s, But it will be a different story If the wind whi-« in f-ora the Irish Sea. Then the golfers will find th*t Pmtnutt'Hmifc hm't ao easy after an Joe Carr, British Amateur champion who waa raised on tile Portmarnock strong wind I. KS, would reckons a make the play seven strokes harder. Teh two-man Canada Cup event and the individual international trophy will be decided over 72 holes of stroke play I" four days. Australia, v'th Peter Thomson and Kel Nagle, Is defending the team title. Stan Leonard of Canada is the defending individual champion. Jack Dempsey Will be 65 Friday; Still Looks Trim NEW YORK (AP)-The grandmother advanced hesitantly toward the table, leading a 10-year- old boy by the hand. "Mr. Dempsey," she asked timorously, "could I could we have your autograph? I've watched your career for years." Jack Dempsey gave her a Clark Gable smile, shook hands with the awed youngster, and, asking the boys' name, wrote a personal message on a menu. And you had a fleeting image of that boy 60 years hence proudly telling his grandchildren how he shook the hand of the great Manassa Mauler, the man who became a legend in his lifetime. Greaves Takes 's Crown Tiger' EDMONTON, Alta., (AP)-Wilf Greaves of Edmonton Wednesday night stripped Nigeria's Dick Tiger of the British Empire middleweight boxing crown in a weird 15-round bout that was at first called draw. Shortly after it announced at ringside that Tiger had retained his championship, the Edmonton Boxing Commission went into an emergency session and gave Greaves the decision. The scorecards apparently had been added incorrectly. In the scoring announced at ringside, Judge Dr. Louis Schwartz voted 9-6 for Tiger. Jud£° Dr. Les W i 11 o c '< s had Grr-ves in front 7-5-3. The deciding vote was cast by Referee J hnny Smith, \v' v o saw it 5-5-5. The point totals were evenly split 69-69. The crowd of more than 3,500 all but stormed the ring v: *n the draw was announced. The rever- .—.1 came long after the arena was empty. T'e recount showed the two Judges' cards canceled each other --'t nid th- referee's r d gave s?x rounds to Greaves, five to Ti- L r and four even. The fighters went the distance without letting up, except during the last roun I ncn Greaves apparently thought he had the bout in the bag and concentrated on just hanging on until the final bell. League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (based on 125 or more at bats) — Groat. Pittsburgh, .351; Lar' Los Arc-les, .344. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, 52; Hoak, Pittsburgh, 49. R""«t bat»ed in — Banks, Chicago, 58; Cler ite, Pittsburgh, 49. Hits - Groat. Pitt' t ---h, 93; Clernente, Pittsburgh and Mays. Sa" Francisco, 81. Doubles — Brut,,), Milwaukee and Mays, San Francisco, 17; Cunningham, St. Louis, 16. Triples •*• Bruton, Milwaukee, 7; Pinson, Cincinnati and Kirkland, Sun Francisco, 6. Home runs — Banks, Chicago, 20; Buyer, St. Louis, 17. Stolen bases — Pinson, Cincinnati and Mays, San Francisco, 15; Taylor, Philadelphia, 13. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions) — Law, Pittsburgh, 112, Williams, Los Angeles 5-1. Strikeouts — D"ysdale, Los Angeles, 110; Friend, Pittsburgh, W. League Batting (based on 125 or more at hats) — Runnels, Boston, .345; Maris, New York, .340. Runs — Mantle, New York, 55; Maris, New York, 43. Runs batted in — Maris, New York, 52; Hansen, Baltimore, 45. Hits — Runnels, Boston, 79; Minoso, Chicago, 75- Doubles — Skowron, New York, 17; Lollar, Chicago, 16. Triples — Fox, Chicago, 8; Aparicio, Chicago, 5. Home runs — Maris. New York, 20; Lemon. Washington, 17. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chicago, 16; Uadis ajri Minwo. Chicago and Pierall, Cleveland. I- Pitching (based CM 5 or more decisions) — Coates, New York, 8-0, B. Daley, Kansas City, 10-2 Police Problem Arises Over Next Title Bout NSW tOfW (APMWrite Floyd Patterson basta tn htt mw*foflnd He'll be 65 years old Friday, will this man who to millions still is "the champ," although it's 34 long years since the crown rightfully was his and a dozen champions of the heavyweight division have come and gone. He still looks the part. Straight as a pencil, he appears taller than his 6 feet and one inch. A diet ordered by his doctor to reduce high cholesterol, or what he terms "thick blood," has whittled off 30 pounds and left him a svelte 200. He spends much time now at his Broadway restaurant, where he is besieged by hero worshippers of all ages, from all walks of life, from crossroad villages and distant cities. Dempsey has eased up on his living pace. At 65, he feels It is time to take it a little asier. So there is rto more galloping across the country refereeing wrestling matches or fights, although he'd still do it for charity. "I feel pretty good, pretty good," he said, chewing on one of the long cigars he consumes at the rate of 10 a day. "Life has been good to me, and I am very grateful. I have five fine grandchildren, all girls—Barbara has three and Joan, the older of my daughters, two. I have business interests, including a radio and television school in Chicago with an enrollment of 2,600 and 20,000 taking correspondence courses." One of his cherished goals is to see boxing cleaned up and accepted as a good, wholesome sport. Only entry ever to run one- two in the Preakness at Pimlico in Baltimore came about in 1934 when, Brookmeade Stable's High Quest beat Cavalcade by a nose. glory and Ingwnar Johantwn vacations tn Honda, the .battle eonttmea over Qw tIM oi their third fight. Lot Angela weighed in Wednesday with a wire to Bill Pugaty, a director of Feature Sports, Inc., offering the huge Memorial Coll seum and full cooperation. Fugazy, who wants to run the fight in late September or early October, replied to me Los Angeles proposition and sent similar wires to Chicago and Dallas. He said he was Interested in further discussions if assured of adequate police protection for the fight. The police protection Item may result in the third Patterson Johansson heavyweight title fight moving out of New York. Stephen Kennedy, New York police commissioner, replied to Fu gazy's criticism of Inadequate police protection for the Monday night fight and said the police will not be used as "bouncers, ticket takers of ushers to assist fight promoters who chisel on expenses." Fugazy claimed he had 635 tatemen, ticket takers, watchers, ushers, supervisors and special policemen working at the Polo Grounds at a cost of $25,000. He claimed between 15,000 and 20,000 crashed the gate and estimated the actual crowd at about 55,000 instead of the official 31,897 announced by the New York State Athletic Commission. The crowd swarmed into the ringside working press section after the fifth round knockout victory by Patterson. All the talk about a third fight could be academic. The tax situation might make it impossible. Depending on the income of the two fighters from Monday's bout, estimated by the theater TV people at between $800,000 and $900,000, they would be fighting for practically nothing but the tax pernle If they v.-ent again this year. NCAA Favorite Plays Stanford-Golfer Today COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Favorite Jack Nicklaus, blazing hot and frosty cold in two match play victories Wednesday plays Stanford's Steve Smith in the third round today of the NCAA golf championship. Richard Crawford of Houston, the defending titleholder who conquered medalist Gene Francis of Purdue Wednesday, meets Labron Harris Jr. of Oklahoma State. The morning 18-hole round today over the 7,035-yard par 36-35—71 Broadmoor course cuts the field for the 18-hole quarterfinals later today. The semifinalists play 36 holes Friday and the champion BOWL HAVEN Wednesday Mixed Wo. 1 High games—H. Coleman 162 R. Mdrten 166-168. Schreler 200. H. Luly 243, L. Leady 175-163170 (SOS), B. Luly 163-190. Wednesday Mixed No. t High games—A. Lawson 170 L. Reldt 164, R. Redd 212, G Redd 173. K. Marquis 173, C, Marquis 215, C. J. Marquis 205, D. Stelger 162. BOWL INN Western Mixed 200 games—Laurich 205, L Brown 211, E. Helmkamp 213 M. Mouser 200, J. Beall 214, B Oresham 209. Braves Playing Like Champions MILWAUKEE (AP) - The Milwaukee Braves are thinking only in terms of a pennant and they're playing in the style of their charn pionship clubs of "9 ? and '58. The Braves too 1 thoir ffth|| straight victory and eighth in the last nine - >nes Wcdni 'iy night, defending the sagging San Franck •> Giarts 7-4 before a gleeful erf J of 24,5-11. Total home attendance movrd to 511,030 for 26 dates. "We're playing the waj a good club shr "d," said Manager Charlie Dressen. "We've been getting the pitch! and the hittsrs are taking turns coming through. Everv day it's someone different •jetting the big hit. None of that 3 ' r " by just a couple of players. We're getting the hiis all the way through the lineup." The Braves remained 3'/£ Rames behind Pittsburgh as the Pirates blanked St. Louis 5-0. But the Braves aren't worried about the league leaders. Said Dressen: "We'll worry about them only whc-i we play the To rest of the time we just have to go out and beat the other clubs." Jay Fullmer Loses Fight UTICA, N. Y. (AP)—Dickie Diveronica, a protege of Carmen Basilio, took a split, 10-round de- p=si '••oni *ay Fullmer, younger brother of the 160-pound champion, in a televised bout Wednesday night that introduced professional boxing to Utica's new, four-million-dollar Memorial Au- di'.orium. After the fight, Angelo Curley, Fullmer's trainer, said the decision "will kill box..ig in Utica." No manager with any sort of|| ALTON IVBNtNO TELEGRAPH •••••••• ^m THE FURNITURE MART IN WOOD RIVER ship match is over the 36 holeja prosp ( :t will take a chance) route Saturday. ssss: River Ripples ^ and Outdoors with Harold Brand , Float Trip "One of the most memorable experiences I have ever had was a two-day float trip last wek on the Current River in Missouri from Emnnence to Van Buren," related BUI Morrtasey, Logan street. "We had lots of wind, rain and cold but it didn't detract from the beauty of the country nor from the enjoyment of the trip." Morrissey was in a party of six anglers including Tom Fleming, Godfrey, and John Joneu, Carrollton, Mo. The men floated downstream an estimated dis- tnce of 35 miles in three boats. There were also two commissary boats manned by men who went on ahead to fix lunch and set up camp at night on gravel bars. When the hungry anglers reached their campsite, dinner was virtually ready. "We expected to catch more fish than we did," Morrissey continued. "We had to work for every one that we landed. The take included google eye, bluegill and bass. At night we fished tight line and landed catfish and carp. The first night, I enjoyed it so much that I fished until 3 a.m." Wonderful Food The float began at 7 a.m. both mornings. They found that there were numerous shad in the river also. Morrissey commented that the food was out of this world. And the coffee, made in an old granite pot, was the best he ever drank. The men used flies, plugs, spinning lures and! docks, harbor, and other equipment represents an investment up to $50,000. The club has a membership of about 140 at this writing. The club is considered one of the finest membership- owned harbors and buildings in the entire Greater St. Louis-Alton area of more than 28 clubs and 34 harbors. Membership is still open Comm. Olmstead, Humbert road, pointed out. Claim to Fame The Boners Club gained a new nominee Sunday, according to secret agent 213. Don Pierce and his wife, Frances, 2326 Central Ave., trailered their boat to Grafton where they launched It in a harbor. Pierce was all enthused to try out his new 40-hp motor. But when he went to start it, he discovered that he had left his keys at home. He was so disgusted that he was ready to turn around and go home for the rest of the day. But his wife volunteered to go back after the keys. The Pierces finally got underway at 11 a.m. and had a nice day afloat after all. Made Gypsy Cruise Speedliner Boat Club members recently made a gypsy cruise from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. to LaGrange on the Illinois River, reported secretary Mrs. Orvllle William*, 3631 Berkeley Ave. The fleet included nine boats carrying families and guests of members. The group also picnicked and enjoyed water skiing. The couples included Coaiiu. live bait but found that popping 1 sad M». I. C. McCourtney and: _ were best. , children, iue and Mart; the Ir- The mosquiteos didn't bother!via Kcferotera; the ftfellory »wUt- them much after dark. Momssey'n*J« and children, Dave, and said that he cast so much h i sjUobert; Charfe* Uouwrton and; arms were sore for days after-1 friends; the Harold ttbnburyers i boxing upstate after watching to- 1 night's fight," Curley said. Fullmer, of West Jordan, Utah, said only, "I like Utica but not the decision." Div-"onlr*, 22, us- " Basilio's swarming, pressing tactics to defeat the stylist Fullmer, whose older brother, Gene, will defend his crown against Basilio Wednesday in Salt Lake City. The defeat was Fullmer's sev-l enth in 26 fights. Fullmer, 23, | weighed 136 to Diveronica's ISS'/i.' Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Spokane 5-8, Tacoma 4-5 Vancouver 8, San Diego 1 Seattle 2, Sacramento I Salt Lake 7, Portland 5 American League • Dallas-Fort Worth 3, Minneapolis 1 Denver 8, Indianapolis 1 Louisville 7, Houston 6 St. Paul at Charleston, ppd International League Miami 3, Rochester 1 Buffalo 8, Havana 1 Richmond 6, Montreal 4 Toronto at Columbus, ppd Virginia Tech, Mississippi Southern, UCLA and A r i z o n u State are the only non-conference football foes to be met next fall by North Carolina State. SPORT5MANS nxv, « i f»r FLY ROD GRIPS THUMIJ ON »IDK» ABOUND ftRia> Two •«»»• AM VABY and son, Lym; the Wilbur MuilU'; Bay Davi* and friends; the Qwvid BliveB*; and tfce Or- vilto William* and children DM- wards but it was certainly worth it. The men brougfct back numerous fish. dub F«y« OH lead* The Alton Motortoat dub built joy Carole, and last year with money tram hoods j The club plans to trailer their spld to members paid off th»| outfit* to the Lake of the O/arks first of some of Us bonds Tue»- on the Fourth of July and will! WHICH* YOUR Strikeouts — Sunning, Detroit day evening at a meeting, an- go boating from Oiark State tnd Pascual, Washington, 91; Bell, nounced Conwu. JoJu Oto»- Park, to Warsaw, Mb-, Mrs. WU-j Clevelafld, IB. 'stud The club buildiog graudl»,iUams said- I tOP *»* UIM« UttD tjy 1MB CLASSIC iuatrne. MMMUW ex THUMB «H TUB FQBVMMK> CAST aves MOW POMSB^AMP ACCUBACX, 90M* PKCCAM. SKEICM (D HAS) TWB THUMB CM TH* 6IOB. ITS ADVOCATES CtAJM rr ALLOWS MOB* Mil* POM OP WBWT ACTIOM AMP « YOU THE BIGGEST BUYS! We thmkx/yii with SAVINH! SALE STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 24th AT 9 A.M, SHARP We are celebrating 10 years of very successful business in our present location and to show our appreciation to our many fine friends and customers, we are bringing you one of the greatest Savings Events we have ever offered. Every item in our newly enlarged store will be reduced from 10% to 30% BELOW OUR REGULAR LOW PRICES! So if you need Bedroom, Living Room or Kitchen furniture or Carpeting or Appliances or Television, Chairs, etc., DON'T MISS THIS SALE! Featuring^ REDUCTIONS FROM 10% TO ** BELOW OUR REGULAR LOW PRICES! P/tt*- MANY VALUABLE ITEMS SOLD FOR ONLY lOc WITH OTHER PURCHASE! FOR 10< Glideway Couch Valued of $19.95 Only lOc With Purchase of 3-Pc. ledroom Suite FOR 10' 16-Piece Dish Set Valued at 59.95 Only lOc With Purchase of Gas Range 7-PIECE CHROMCRAFT DINETTE SET With Large 34 - Inch 2 *Leaf Extension Table. .ONLY —Plus 43-Pc. (Service for 8) unbreakable Melamine Dinnerware Set, nationally advertised at $39.fS, for only lOc We now have one of the luraest sclcctloni of ,1-plece lectionals and 2-olece llvlnu room suite* In the Alton- Wood River area. Over flO sets on dliplav and all reduced for the aooreclailon iule. 2-Pc. Schweiger Living Room •eautiful Nylon Fries* Cover Only $ 177 00 2-Pc. KROEHLER LIVING ROOM Foam rubber cushions, latest style, ONLY beautiful tweed cover. 00 $ 199' PLUS—You Get Choice of 8 Table! or 2 Table Lamps (Valued at 89.00) for lOe PLUS You get a Beautiful Limed Oak or Mahogany Cocktail Table and 2 End Tables for only lOc. 3-Pc. SECTIONAL Charcoal Tweed Cover REDUCED TO 164 00 PLUS A TV Swivel CbaUr for lOe, 3-Pfl, Walnut Bidroom Ha» double dretmer, client Only and bookcane bed. $10700 187 — PLUS — You get » Glideaway Couch for only lOc. 3-Po, BEDROOM •lend or llaek Double d r e 11 e r, chest, bookcase bed, plastic tops, beveled mirror. Only 139 95 — PLUS ~ You get a 89.93 Phllco Radio for only lOo. 3-Po, BEDROOM Large double dreiwer, client and bookoaw bed. Only — PLUS — You vet 9 Boudoir Lamps and 8 Bed Pillows for Wo M•••4Ml 11A nEDHING" YOU GET A $».B5 METAL FRAME AND A $IO.»5 PLASTIC HEADBOARD FOR ONLY lie WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY BOX " OR MATTKESS HOLD DURING THIS SALE. 8-Ft, Philco Refrigerator, (168.00 Plus You got • $12.95 Auto. Toaster for IQc 12-FI, Holpoinl Refrig, , $229.00 Double-Door with Automatic Defrost. Plus You get a $29.95 12-in. Elec. Skillet for lOc Sst*d QIMR Washir . $100.00 Plus You get * $19.95 sot of 2 Drain Tubs for IQe Full Size Gas Range . . 191.00 Automatic pilot «nd oven regulator. Plus You got a $9.95 lo-Pc. PIsH Sot for IQc Ghaiti Lounge ..... $7.88 Aluminum and Sifan PUstic Folding Chain $2.88 Aluminum «nd Sfr«n Plastic 21-lnoh Phlloo TV $189.00 Comolttto on Swivel Base. 17-heh Phlloo Port. TV . $148.00 90 D«yt Pro* Servico for lOc on any TV Stt sold during this sals. FOR THIS SALE ONLY! Furnituro Mart bought out Philco'c complett auditorium stock of High Fidelity and Stereophonic Rteord Playari and I960 Modal Televisions. PORTABLE* U-Roflonl Automatic Changer t*|A.OO with Extra tipeaker V« up .VffcRKOPHONU. Coit»ol« model* with 4 »peed*. S kpeakers, 13 record changer. Now H prm* Large SelectUm of Other Sots as Aluofc as M% oft. PriMd to *AM. F WOOD RIVER m m M nv URNITURE MART FOR 10° Automatic Skillet Valued at 529.95 Only lOe With Purchase of Doublt Deer Refrigerator FOR 10' TV Swivel Chair Valued at 529.95 Only lOe With Purchase of 3-Pc. Sectional LR Suite FOR 10' Set of Drain Tubs Valued al 519.95 Only lOc With Purchase of Speed Queen Washer FOR 10' 9,95 Metal Bid Frantf 10.95 Plaitio Haadbaanl Only lOc With Purchase of NX Spring or Martross FOR 10' Automatic Toaster Valued at $12.35 Only lOc With ftirchast of Phllco Refrigerator FOR 10° 3 Living Rum Tahiti ar 2 Biautiful Lamat Only lOe With rVchwt of living Room Sa'to FOR 10* 2 laiiiJair Lampi ail 2 ladraam Pllltwt OnlylO«Wlt*Pu,fJioi«of Sulto FOR 10* Phllco Table Radio Vohml« INJi OtljM. WUk ftntp* «l 144 E. FERGUSON WOOD RIVEK, ILL

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