Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 24, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton, Illinois
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ALTON EVKWNG TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 24, I960 Drafke in State Final 36 Holes Decide Crown Miss Lois Drakfe. LaGrange, de fending champion, shoots for her fottftR. ItMte title, meeting Doris PWfflpe,leltevllle in the 36-hole finat round of match play in the Illinois Women's State Golf Tour- tdttay and Miss Phillips downed two opponents each in BemMtoal play Thursday. Mtses Drafke defeated Miss Penny Kerndt, Deerfield, 8 and 7 in the morning's 18-hole semlflna round and then defeated Miss Bar bars Slobe, Waukegan, 4 and 3 in the afternoon's 18-hole play. Tough Matches Phillips had a loughei* road in both her Thursday's matches. She defeated 15-year-old Lana Kay Roberts. Sullivan. 2-up in a tough fought match in the morning and \ defeated a former title holder. | Mrs. Paul Dommere, Bevederc, 2-j up in the aftPi'tioon. ! At the end of the first nine' holes of play. Miss Phillips held a one-up lead over Mrs. Dommrrs. Mrs. Dommprs tied the match on the 12th hole, but the turning point came on the par 3, 130 yard number 13. Both women dropped their tee shot on the green about 12 feet from the pin. Mrs. Dommers dropped in her putt for a birdie two, Miss Phil- Dps feeling the pressure also dropped in her putt to hall the bole. THEN THERE WERE TWO Here are the four seml-finalidts who final round. From left to right, Miss participated in Thursday afternoon's Doris Phillips, Belleville; Miss Barbara plav in the Illinois women's golf tour- Slobe, Waukegan; Miss Lois Drafke, ney at Lockhaven Country Club. They LaGrange, and Mrs. Paul Dommer.s, are shown discussing their games .just Belvidere.—Staff Photo, after play was completed in the semi- State Scores Sportltte by JACK BARBAN 9p«ft» Editor Lana Kay Robert*, 15-year- old golfer from Sullivan, captured the fancy of much of the gallery following her through the tourney. The young lady plays a very good game and although her youth ia against her, she showed up well against the more experienced golfers. The blonde headed young (lady showed plenty of poise and gives signs of being a top contender In the state for many years to come. Some Impressions gath. ered while watching the two top players qualify In their matches point dp *he tremendous ability of the OVT OF TROUBLE Mrs. Paul Dommers of Belvidere ered nicely, Mrs. Dommers went down blasts out of a sand trap in Thursday to defeat, 2 and 1, In a match which Phillies Kicking Up Heels in Race afternoon's semi-final action against Doris Phillips of Belleville in the women's state golf tournament at Lockhaven Country Club. Though she recov- ended on the 17th hole in match play. In the foreground, Mrs. Dommers' caddy looks on.—Staff Photo, By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Okay, so Pittsburgh has been hot From that point, Miss Phillips j an d Milwaukee has been hotter, began to take command of the trimming the Pirates' National game and ended the match on the 17th hole, 2 up. The golfers who have had to battle weather through out the week ran into rain and wind Thursday. In the rest of the flights, today's action will also determine a winner as the field in each flight has been narrowed down to two. Six Remain Six Alton women are still left in the tourney and have shots at flight titles. The field includes Mrs. Nelson McBrien, Mrs. Paul O'Neill, Mrs. Mathes Stern, Mrs. George Prout, Mrs. Robert Elliott, and Mrs. Joseph Murphy. The pairings for the rest of the flights in which an 18-hole title match will be held are as follows: Championship Consolation—Mrs. Nelson McBrien, Alton meets Mrs. Delmar Huegel, Springfield. First Flight — Mrs. Weldon Mulliken, Bloomington, meets Mrs. Inez Deneau, Kankakee. First Flight Consolation — Mrs. Paul O'Neill, Alton, meets Mrs. John Leonard. Scott Field. Second Flight — Mrs. Mathes i Stern, Alton, meets Mrs. J*. B. Grobe, Scott Field. ! League lead to 2\' s games. But have you noticed Philadelphia? The Phils, looking like a club shifted from a rookie league, have won five in a row Thursday's Results Semifinals CHAMPIONSHIP Miss Dorrhi Phillips defCiitcd Mrs Paul Dommers. Belvedere. 2-up Miss Lois Drafke. t.aGrange. de featcri B;irhiira Slohp Wniikegnn. 4 and .1. Miss Dorris Phillips defeated Miss; Lana K«ye Roberts. Sullivan. 2-up. < ,, ,„ . .. , . Mrs. Paul Dommers defeated Miss. since May 12, made it four in a| Barbara Beuckman. Belleville. 4und; row over the Cubs when rookie 12- «.,..»,• Miss Lois Drufke defeated Miss Penny Kerndt. Deerfield. 8 and 7 : Miss Barbara Slobe defeated < Mrs. Robert Davis, Casey, 3 and 2 CHAMPIONSHIP CONSOLATION Mrs. Delmar Huegel, Springfield. Miss Drnfkr, defending champion, Id a very determined golfer when out on the rnursr, she studies men shot carefully and seems to remnin composed at all times. Shr is known us n fierce competitor and but- tles rvrr.v inch of the way. Miss Phillips, who is pliiying In her first title match of this tourney, has her up* and downs. She wears a flop-earn! hat at many different angles on her head throughout the matches. Whenever she shoots, she takes the hut off and throws it on the gbe euimed * Mtto nefvow Dnflte, tat itfll the teagfe abet countti Caddylng for MlM Phllllpt Is Bob Gouldlng, Alton High ?chool ace. Gouldlng, a ienlor next year at Redbird High, has lettered for two yean on the golf team and ha« helped pace his*squad to the state meet each year. Gouldlng says he U learning a lot about golf while watching Miss Phillips. . New that the tournament pressure to off for neat ef the ladles having been eliminated, they are now finding time to relax and enjoy themselves a little. The women have proved to he a hardy crew and tnke their golf very serious. Officials and members of Lock-haven have gone all out in extending the welcome mat Huring the tournament. A tournament of this si'<:e normally brings up many problems between members and visitors, but so far everything has cone smoothly and the Lockhaven Country Club has certainly shown the way on how- to be courteous. Mppt THhe Four-Way Duel , meei inue J Palmer, Snead Second T f^ • i r* Seen in rast 7 In Crucial Games LeMans Crind In Canada Cup Action Ken Walters singled for a 3-3 tie in the sixth and then belted his seventh home run in the eightn. Walters and Frank Herrera, who hit his eighth home run in the second Inning, each smacked , a _, _ three homers in the series. Dick and haveiFarrell i5-l) won it in relict of!' By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Charley Maxwell's leadoff home irun in the ninth beat Yankee re- The New York Yankees, back i licver Ryne Duren (2-2) and end- defciucd"Mrs a wiVit'am°Wa1t«er.' B HTgh'!in a familiar spot atop the Ameri->ed the Tigers' losing string at LE MANS, France (AP>—The favored drivers in the classic 24-i hour Le Mans endurance race to- PORTMARNOCK. Ireland (AP) ; injured in an auto crash. It even I — Gary Player and Bobby Locke, i was doubtful at one time whether South African leaders in the Cana-'lie would be able to compete in ,2 ' a Mr. Pa Nel.on aI McBrien. Alton, de-jcan League, roll into Cleveland to- i four. Don Mossi (4-5) won it. scat-; day predicted the victory would j lnto ' tnt , second round today re| ; B L "™ fcated Corrine Clark. Piano, sand 4., night. for the opener of a four- ! tering nine hits. go — as usual — to the best com-;. . hearts to see them! f „,„ o^id » C SF&Si:? iSSt^S* Mn 'game series w!m the third-p.aee The Orioles broke a 3-3 tie with ; bination of boldness. stamina and ! ^ •""" them » MIrrtrt < ' sprung loose from the cellar. ' rookie Dallas Green. While St. Louis beat the Pirates; The Cards were blanked on four 3-1 with a pair of unearned runs Thursday night — after second place Milwaukee made it six straight with an 8-4 romp against San Francisco — the Phils plunked Chicago into the basement by handing the Cubs their seventh consecutive loss, 4-3. The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated Cincinnati 6-2 in the other NL game. The Phillies, who had been last hits for five innings by one-'hne nemesis Harvey Haddix (4-4), tied it one-all in the sixth and then made the most of a break for the unearned two in the seventh. Ann Kline (3-6) beat his ex-mates a second time, with Lindy McDaniel's relief help in the eighth. Ed Mathews walloped a pair of two-run homers for the Braves, who collected six unearned runs on four errors while sweeping the four-game set with their ninth victory in 10 games. Both of Math- Mrs. William Walker defeated j Indians— who at the moment are i two runs in the Uth at Chicago, : luck. Mr 8D TeuSn A &"inV r AH n o a n. 'de' I in a better position than second- defeating reliever Gerry Staley 1 «, t d Mrs. 2 ROSS McNutt. spring- | p | ace Baltimore in the flag chase. 11 Clark defeated Miss I After their latest winning streak was cut at six with a 2-1 loss at Detroit Thursday, the Yankees have only a half-game lead over Baltimore. But the Orioles, who defeated Chicago's White Sox 5-3 in 11 innings, are four games back in the decisive lost column. Cleveland is only two back of New York in games lost after putting away a three-game sweep Nancy Lundstrum. Springfield, 1-up. FIRST FLIGHT Mrs Welson Mulllken. Bloomington, defeated Mrs. F. A. Torrey, Pekln. 1-up. Mrs. Inez Deneau. Kankakee, defeated Mrs. H. G. Jansen, Effingham, 3 and 2. FIRST FLIGHT CONSOLATION Mrs. Paul O'Nell. Alton, defeated Mrs. H. O. Vance. Champaign, 5 and 4. Mrs John Lolnard, Scott Field, defeated Mrs. Albert Seckel, Peoria, SECOND FLIGHT Mrs. J. B. Grobe. Scott Field, defeated Mrs. Jacob Lelner. Belleville, Mrs. Mathes st«rn. Alton, defeated! jj m Coates (8-0). the lean right-! (3-1) won it in relief. (7-3) with a bases-loaded walk and Gene Stephens' sacrifice fly. Chuck Estrada (7-8) was the winner. Cleveland gave Washington two unearned runs in a three-run first inning, then won in the eighth on Bob Allison's throwing error. Tex Clevenger (1-4) was the loser in relief, coming on when the Indians scored three and tied it 6-6 with two out in the seventh on Tito over Washington with a 7-6 vic-j Franoona's infield hit and Victory. ! Power's single. Johnny Briggs could be us, it could be naif a dozen others." agreed Dan Gurney of Riverside, Calif., and Walt Hansgen of Westfield, N. J.. da Cup golf championship, went!the international event. a four-time winner British Open, just refused ; to pass up this tournament that They admitted their bodies were:has brought.together two top nros not qujte them ag they teed | frorn each o{ 31 nations . off with u three-stroke advantage over the second place United drivers of the Jaguar which post- Si ed the best trial time. "The Jaguar is built for mis kind of a race and is always a pleasure to drive," said Hasgon. "The Ferrari and Maserati might have an edge on speed," Gurney Interjected "but the Aston-Martin showed last year that it had the staying power." States team of Arnold Palmer and Player, 23-year-old breaker of Portmarnock Links record Thursday, was under the care of a doctor. He's suffering from a bad attack of asthma that left tears in his eyes, made it difficult to breathe and plagued him with aching muscles. "If it gets any worse I'll never ews' jolts, Nos. 15 and were off ^coND rt FUGHT P CONSOLATiON lhander who has won 12 straight Gary Geiger and Russ Nixon , . ,„.,. i •„... ...— ,. , ,.,u.,.i- A^ slnce ]osing to tne Indians in re-[each drove in four runs for the lief a year, ago, is the Yankee I Red Sox as each hit homers and probable. Right-hander Jim Perry]went 3-for-5 in an 18-hit outburst. Mrs Oerry Cooper. Lltchfield, defeated Mrs. Charles McLaln. Alton. I) and 2. Mrs. Francis Shuster. Springfield, un nuiicu upcum vu-is, i~v ~* defeated Mrs . Arthur B Vogt, Ur- them homers by Ed Bressoud and'bnna, t-up. 20 holes. THIRD FLIGHT Mrs Georne Prout. Alton, defeat- The Giants managed seven hits off Warren Spahn (5-4), two of Bob Schmidt. (7-3) goes for Cleveland. Boston won Thursday's Ike Delock won his first in three lone. decisions with his first complete That assessment pointed to a be able to carry out » pi ayer four-way duel among Jaguars,, wheezed after tearing Por tmar- Ferraris, Masteratis and Aston-< nock a rt with a 7 . undei .. par (g. Martins. On numbers, the Ferraris! The 43-year-old Locke is back in should win. There arc 13 factory) and private Ferraris among the! ] big time golf after being seriously He's still one of the finest bitters of a ball in the business. He proved it Thursday by taking a/ 72, which with Player's 65 gave the South Africans a total of 137. Player said he thought his own 31-34 over the 7,093-yard links was "my finest round of golf ever, remembering how lousy I was feeling with this asthma." Both Palmer, newly crowned U.S. Open champion, and Snead were under par. Palmer had a 69 and Snead a 71 for a total of 140. Bob Colburn, former Bowling Green University quarterback, is on the roster of the New York Titans eleven. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Dodger right Innder St-m Wil ( cd' M Mrs' ''wn\1am Pybas. Alton 6 and j night game in the AL, walloping i game in a year. Ken Johnson (2-6)156 cars which will line up for the : 5 do- Kansas City 13-1. lost it. liains (6-1) allowed six hits, but! had a perfect game until the! seventh, when Ed Kasko led offj Mrs Kohert ated wardsvllle. LCIIIott. Alton. Wnhlford. Kri-' New York Second Flight Consolation— Mrs. | Baltimore Cleveland Chicago THIRD PLACK CONSOLATION W. I.. Pet. ti.B. .with a double and scored on ( 'tis| fe ^{^ 3j 23 .608 - ' 38 '-'7 .585 .569 .516 .308 .131 .419 Bell's single. Jim OToole l.VO > field. 2 and i b Mrs. William Mohlenbrock. Mur- was the loser. Gerry Cooper. Litchfield, meets Mrs. Francis Shuster. Springfield. Chicago 32 Third Flight — Mrs. George i Detroit 3d '-'9 Prout, Alton, meets Mrs. Rob-!Washington '£> 33 .131 10 ert Elliott, Alton. Kansas City '.'(> 36 .419 11 Third Flight Consolation - Mrs.! Boston '-'2 38 .367 M Joseph Murphy, Alton, meets Mrs. i Thursday Results William Mohlenbrock. Murphys-l Cleveland 7. Washington 6 boro. Detroit 2, New York 1 Fourth Flight - Mrs. Joseph Baltimore 5, Chicago 3 (11 innings) Boston 13, Kansas City 4 Friday Ciamw* New York at Cleveland (N) Baltimore at Kansas City (N) Boston at Chicago (Ni Washington at Detroit iNi Saturday Games Boston at Chicago Baltimore at Kansas City Washington at Detroit New York at Clevelajid Cards Salvage Came at Pitt physboro. defeated Mrs Walter Savage. Champaign. 2-up FOURTH FLIGHT Mrs Joseph Nans'. Alton, defeated Miss Ida Ruth Victor, Lincoln Mrs. Morris Dodd. Hillsboro. defeated Mrs t: S. Fruzlur. tiffing- hum. 2 and 1 Barry MacKay Playing Like Man With Ambition start Saturday. The weatherman had scant i ; cheer for either drivers or hou-i sands of spectators jamming this: i carnival-spirited town. i Variable, with possible rain andj ] fog between clear periods, he j ; said. | The weather and the trial tirnei Nagy, Alton, meets Mrs. Morris Dodd, Hillsboro. Fourth Flight Consolation— Mrs. Lewis Squibb, Vandalia meets Mrs. Robert Dormire. Two-Ball Play Held at State A 9-hole two ball mixed foursome was held for contestants of the Illinois State Women's Tourney at Lockhaven Thursday and the winners were: Low gross—(40) Miss Judy Easterbrook and Jim McBrien. Low net—First, Mrs. H. G. Wickenhauser and Wendell Wohlford. Second — Mrs. J. B. Grobe, and Joe Ostrowski. Third—Mrs. A. G. Goveia and Frank Wickenhauser. Fourth — (three-way tie), Louise Prillman and Bob Hoefert, Lana Kaye Roberts and Glennon Jackson. Alice Kiny and John Hoefert. NCAA Favorite Upset Bv Stanford Golfer WIMBLEDON. England (AP)- in defense of her title. She coasted ™ a j^ jt .»»£! un)ikely ** last Second seeded Barry MacKay has to a straight sets win over Nor-, * I quietly let it be known around way's Tune Schirmer. ; feated Mrs. Au~roiTle~Goodrich, Scott! these tennis courts that he is look- I $50 Coin Pocketed ! SALEM. Ore. ff — When the i Northwest Numismatic Assn. : packed up its collection at the '• end of its three-day convention, !one coin was missing: An 1823 penny, vauled at $50. ST. LOUIS (API—The St. Louis '''£,'?; Robert Dormire. SprimJtield. : ing for a career, i Cardinals salvaged one game of a: defen ied Mrs. isadore schumnn. , ... -Vi i I Vandalin. S an three-contest series with leaguo ; i leading Pittsburgh Thursday night j land travel to Philadelphia for to- HttllffV ' night's contest. ' Thursday night, Redbird starter ; Ronnie Kline and ace reliever i Lindy McDanlcl teamed up to -stun the Pirates 3-1. The loss cut the Bites' National The tall, bashful American says i he wants u job this fall but so iV j hasn't decided what to do. Mac-. ' Kay, 24, majored in economics at ; the University of Michigan. He is also a considerable tennis player J with a great chance of winning NEW YORK (AP> - Two tall,i thp 74th Wimbledon champion- rangy light heavyweights meet in sh 'P s the 10-round main event of the; "So far as pro tennis is run Meet Tonight SAVE $1.00! On An Alemite Wheel Balance With Each Lubrication Job And Oil Change! — One Weelc Only — VOGELSANG STANDARD SERVICE JACK and STAX Godfrey Road Phont HO 6-3113 HANNEKEN'S STANDARD SERVICE JERRY and DENNY 2700 Brown Street Phone HO 5-9557 HOWL HAVEN Thursday Ladies League lead to 2' 3 games over tit,' ^^"ho'w inlt" Nkhotas^Arenn'! cerned," he says, "nobody has yet High K ames--Carr 171, Glenn Bras es of Milwaukee, tonight, and their battle brings to asked me seriously. I suppose 1G3 L . summers 167, Youngberg Kline went into the eighth in- with only one run a close the era of the traditional that might change if 1 win .Vim- 17 9 sdiive 163. C. Plauski 178. bledon. On the other hand with a ^ Rogers 173-179, N. Murphy National League Pittsburgh Milwaukee San Francisco Cincinnati St. Louis Los Angeles Philadelphia W. I- 39 22 33 23 34 30 30 32 30 32 28 33 25 37 Pot. O.B. .639 .603 2">i .532 6Vj .484 9Va .484 9>.i .459 11 .403 14V» ,U,,K «,.„ u,,,, u,,r ,m, « B; ,..«... Fjd ni nt fjgius." blecton. On the otlier nana witn a s . Rogers 173-179, N. Mu: oTfou? b'ile," H^etir'ed S 1 Uoug Jones, unbeaten Newl™*'' «" economics, I would be !2u7 . 17g (5wn . L . Harding. out lour Ddtteis. He tetirea m-.', * interested m lomirur sav a fman-.iu? A »mi-i»,> ifi9 R I (j| . s( two ;ind tnen 23 35 .397 14' Chicago Thursday Reeulta Milwaukee 8, San Francisco i Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3 St. Louis 3, Pittsburgh 1 Los Angeles 6, Cincinnati 2 Friday Game* Chicago at Pittsburgh (N) lx)s Angeles at Milwaukee < San Franeisco at Cinciimati •' St. Louis at Philadelphia ' N • Saturday timneb St Louis at Philadelphia Clucago at Pittsburgh San Francisco at Cincinnati Los Angeles at Milwaukee ! walk, his third of the game. | Manager Solly Hemus immedia- I tely yanked him and summoned IMcDaniel to the mound. Lindy gave up a single, retired the side and set the Pirates down in order in the ninth. Kline now has a season record |of three victories and six defeats. a j Yorker, and Von Clay of Phila delphia are the principals. It will say a eial or investment house." St. Louis scored in the sixth on Flood's be a return match. Jones won u decision March 28 in a stirring contest. When major boxing resumes in New York next October it will be on Saturday nights, with no radio. The television will be continued, but the sponsor will switch to ABC from NBC. Around ] mon 1^.167, 162, B. Lem- D. Flure 179, C.| same courts. Mac- Wrcath 167 . 172> D . Steiger 178- 1 Kay sometimes passes the time of 1 168 B _ B ates |g2, Osburn 172. day with Jack Kramer who isj scouting Wimbledon as a prospect i for his professional tour. Kramer something to think about. The G-3 player from Dayton, Ohio, has won each of his three matches in Thursday Mixed High games—-M.' Beckman 173, (608), Jr. Luly 220, M. B. Schulz 212 (608), Jr. Luly G. Luly 201-163-164 (528), Taylor 217-219, R. Taylor 165, K. Keener 205, G. Stotler 223-218 DRIVE A BIG BARGAIN straight sets, including a 6-3. C,3.!'«39), A. Smith 225, L. Brand- Kline's single and Curt Flood's Jones, L'3. has had 14 fights, and j n-9 decision Thursday over tlu-i stetter 218 - f - Berry lbT- j triple. won seven by knockouts. He rates',experienced Swede Ulf Schmidt.! i The Red birds added mo more in as a 2-1 favorite over the 20-jvar- Between now and his expected the seventh on a fumbled grounder : 0 ld Clay. pairing in the final against Aus- li\ i'irate shortstop Diek Groat. - •- 'tralia's Neale Fraser, nobody 'hnv singles and Julian Javiers' Tom Darling. Michigan Statel should st()p hjm on ( . unvnt , Ol . in .louble. graduate student, repeated ss i,, the women's section. Brazil's Tlu Curds plan to send rcwlvie (lying rmB> ehampion at «hc. Maria B ueno is still riding hi>?h Kay Sadeeki M-3t against veteran liM) National AAt' gymnastir Rubin Roberts of the Phillies (3-7i. meet. THRKK I LEAGIE By TUU \SSOCIATKD Ml ESS Sioux City 13, Lincoln :i '. Topeka 11, Des Moines 8 Fox Cities 12-9. Cedar Rapids 1- Green Bay 4. Burlington 3 COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo (AP) — Defending champion Dick Crawford pf Houston playadi _..,., . , , Peane Beman of Maryland today! BUI \ eerk l-Ildergoes •6 the NCAA golf championship ( swung into the 36-hole semi-finals Surgery ior l.eji — Bill Seve Smith of Stanford, who!*? . . . Uret the national amateur dtli*!^' un****- furlher surgery on irom Ohio State 4 and 3 in mei h ! s "•/" U '§ toda - v '" Merey Ho£ third round Thursday, met Gene ipl ^ hm ' u ._ . , of Miiuv-KOta. anolher sur- The °P"' at " J '' \ hic * » )volv ^ remo\ r al of the right knee, is to prise winner in the other semifinal I'i e winners play 36 holes Saturd;i> for the championship be performed by Dr. Anthony une.of the While So.v' ph.vsidans. Kcittuck> Derby winner Ven* \teckv leg oj-igiuail> was in-, tuin Way &ei a 6^-turkuig Uack jmed m the South Pacitic area r*oOJd il:15 4-5) at Arlington [dunug World War II when be was Park Chicago. la»t Laboi Day jiu the US Marine Corps. BEFORE YOU BUY STOP IN COMPARE QUALITY AND PRICE Cooper TIRES No Oowa Poymtil^fosy Term WARD TIRE 7tb wul B*U« Stt. Alton, 111. 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