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MONDAY, JUNE 57, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH American Learns Lesson After Watching LeMans UE MANS. France (AP> —"It didn't cost me as much as they ~""~~"JBay, but 1 didn't get much out of tllftmjlfftfl Pltt*lt i" e1th * r '" tl * he < J American n i soortsmsn BHtm Cunnlnanam to- 1 •- _ _ *k ..*-_*•.•, Golfers Win State Crown I day after watching the Ferraris | defeat MB own entries; in th« Le Mam 24*hofr endurance race. Cunningham hardly drove In the race which was won Sunday by 8AVOY. HI. (AP) -Ed Moeh- Basilic Meets Gene Fullmer In Title Match By THE AStOClAf BD PHE88 Qene Fullmer and Carmen Baslliowill meet again day night at Salt Lake City's Derte Field for the National Boxing Ann. version of the world middleweight title. Fullmer won the title by knock- the Ferrari of Olivier Gendebien j ing out Basilic in 14 rounds last and Paul Frere of Belgium. Cun- ling, a 19-year-old from Mount ningham's Chevrolet Corvette was Prospect, Is the new Illinois Men's put out of the race when co- Amateur Golf champion. Aug. 28 after the NBA stripped Chisox Are Beginning To Look Like Champs CHICAGO (AP) — the OiicafOrswept a tear game seilei. tl lays, sstr **'' Snger't Beat! ACMS, 3-1 In a City game Friday Softball League night at Henry ot White Sox are beginning* to Jell. Their hitters are hitting and their pitchers are coming around. But maybe equally as Important Is an unheralded article dipped from a New York newspaper last week which has been insignificantly pinned on the bulletin board in the clubhouse. It was written the day after the in effect, the White Sox an no longer permant contenders, rhe story quotes Yankee player* as laying the White Sox AM dead. Since the article made Its appearance on the bulletin board, the White Sox have won Hx of seven games, including a lour- game sweep over the Boston Red Sox climaxed by a double victory New York Yankees had taken a sunday.4-3 and 21-t. driver Bill Kimbrrley of New Mil-: Ray Robinson of the crown tor not j doubteheader from the Sox &nd defending within the specified!' time limit. Robinson subsequently! Moehling defeated. Joe Hirsch 2 'ord. Conn., scraped a retaining lost thp New York-Massachusetts i and 1. Satufday in their 36 hole wall. and European verstorI of the title match on the University of "I'll be back next year with my championship to Paul Fender ol cars better prepared," Cunning- Brookline. Mass. i League Leaders Onlzcd a 3-1 setback. ACMS had five hits and Sager's six. Sager's once in the second and twice In the third while ACMS broke through for a run In the seventh. Garvey and Cambron each hit homes for Sager's., In another scheduled game Mtdtown won oh a forfeit from Bast Alton. ft ME . (MO 000 0—1 5 t i . 01? 000 x—3 • 0 ACM* Our name Ahead Actually, the Sox are one game ahead of their prnnant pace of —'1959. but they are currently in We've been working on him. He's nr<fAYim BBCM ! fourth place, four games behind now crouching over more and is T National LeagMe ' league-leadlng Baltimore. spreading, his legs farther apart. Batting ( based on 140 or more Manager Al Lopez thinks the That enables him to see the ball Hirsch. a 19-year-old from High-1 ham said. "" , The durable Fullmer of the; at 1£tt7-lrtayVsan Francisco, club- is "ready to make its move, better. 1 ' It was the seventh time Cun-' fighting clan from West Jordan, j^g. Larjt cr , LOS Angeles, .445. i However, he warns the team must i The White Sox are idle today land Park, held a 1-up lead after; the first 18 holes In which both participants shot 79, seven strokes over par. Moehling never had the lead until he went 1-up with a birdie three on the 28th hole. Hirsch re- ning as builder or driver has come across the Atlantic to tackle the toughest of all sports car classics. He never has won. He chuckled when told of a French newspaper claim that he gained the lead by winning the (paid m nre than $200,000 to bring next two holes only to have Moeh-, n | s party — which ling even It up on the 31st. | people—over here. The two * teen-agers matched numbered 38 Utah Is favored to whip the ex-! Rung _ MavS) San Francisco J hit to win. 'but open a three-game series in champ from Chittenango, N. Y. although Basilio, 33, claims he didn't fight his fight last time. Fullmer was pressed very hard by Joey Giardello in his most recent defense, April 20 at Bozeman, Mont., and just barely clung j 56; Hoak, Pittsburgh, 54. Runs batted in — Banks, Chicago, 61; Mays and Cepeda, San Francisco, 52. "Our pitching is coming around i Washington Tuesday njght. fine." says Lopez. "It's about as- sharp as It could be but a lot better than it was earlier In the sea- Hits — Groat, Pittsburgh, 96; | son. We've had four complete Mays, San Francisco, 88. Doubles — Bruton, Milwaukee games this last week and that's some indication. to the championship by a drawl a nd Mays, San Francisco, 18;! "But we have to hit to win," Pinson. Cincinnati, Groat, Pitts-i continued the manager who has The Chicago Cubs broke a'nine- game losing streak with u Jolting doubie victory over the league- leading Pittsburgh Pirates, 7-6 and 7-5. In carving out their double triumph, the Cubs victimized two of Pittsburgh's best pitchers—Bob The Telegraph's Dotty Radio N: tmatt fmagc Metronome strokes on the next three holes be-|. f f™ °[ y ^™ e S ^^TSimer, 27, can take care of!buS 11 and 1 Cun'ningham7si'. Loul^J never piloted" ajeam'lower" ihanjFriend and Vernon Law. fore Moehling sank a 15-foot putt' httve no ide a'what it cost. It was Bastlio's challenge, he can move i 16. Par out Moehling out Hirsch out Par in Moehling in 345 Afternoon round Moehling out 445 347 Hirsch out 445 547 Moehling in 365 346 Hirsch in 454 446 Baseball to win the 34th. He then Wrdled I nowhere near that figure . the par three 35th to win the championship. The cards: Morning round 445 345 446 346 445 345 364-38 454 345 434-36-72 355 545-41-79 345-39 345-41 42x 53x BOATS • MOTORS FINANCED See or Call KENNY KLOOS MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. 311 RIDGE Near Broadway PHONE HO 2-9214 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday Games Pacific Coast League Salt Lake 4, Vancouver 2 Seattle 12-1, Tacoma 2-2 . San Diego 6-5, Portland 1-3 Sacramento 9, Spokane 4 International League Montreal 7-3, Columbus 5-2 Toronto 3-4, Richmond 4-2 (1st 13 innings) Buffalo 5-6. Miami 1-5 j second place. "We hit pretty Hood Bnnk» Hits - , . Into a lucrative match with Pen-'. Triples — Bruton, Milwaukee. I in that second game and I think i Ernie Banks' run-scoring double der for the undisputed crown pro- j 7; Plnson, Cincinnati and Kirk-1 we are going to get better. Gene vided a promoter offers enough money to get the pair together. The Fullmer-Basilio 15-round land, San Francisco, ,6. Home runs — Banks, Chicago, 21; Boyer, St. Louis, 19. match will be carried on network! Stolen bases — Mays, San Fran(ABC) television, starting at 10i c isco, 17^ Pinson, Cincinnati, 15. p.m. (EST). Pitching (based on 5 or more Freese is getting better. Roy Sievers, Sherm Lollar nnd Jim Landis are all going to improve. In the ninth inning of the first game proved to be the winning run although at the time it gave the Cubs a 7-2 lead. Pittsburgh scored The only guys hitting to expecta-! four times in the last of the ninth. tions are Minnie Minoso, AI Smith, j but fell short by one run. Luis Aparicio and Nellie Fox." j Ashburn led the first game at- Ziske Rally Beats Romack CHICAGO (AP) — Barbara Ro- „<! decisions) — Williams, Los Ange-l Headed by Freese, the White;tack with three hits while rookie les, 6-1, Roebuck, Los Angeles and 1 Sox pounded out 22 hits In their; third baseman Ron Santo drove in TtTFSTUY Farrell, Philadelphia, 5-1. Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los Angeles, 113; Friend, Pittsburgh, 95. second game victory over Boston.; three runs with a pair of hits.! Freese had five hits in the double- Mark Freeman was the winning j header and 10 in the series against i pitcher and now has a 3-0 record, i [Boston. For the season he has 19 The Cubs took advantage of two American League i n it s In 29 at bats against the Red;Pirate errors good for three un- Batting (based on 140 or more'Sox and has boosted his average | earned runs to win the nightcap. at bats) — Gentile, Baltimore,: to .278. .347; Runnels, Boston, .337. —~— „ _. _ - ,mack, the fashion plate of worn- Rochester 5-3, Havana 6-3 (2ndl en - s g 0 n > s tin has to win her lirst game tie, called time limit) | pro tourney — thanks to efficient American Assn. ! Joyce Ziske, Indianapolis at Houston (2), ppdj Mlss aske daintily pulled the, rain |the rug from under Miss Ro-^ork, 58; Gentile, Baltimore, 49. Louisville 6-16. Denver 9-10 mac k Sunday on the second hole Lopez believes Freese, who Runs — Mantle, New York, 56;; came from Philadelphia in a win Maris, New York, 45. ' tcr deal - will become a jtreat Runs batted in — Maris, Now]hitter. "He has all the power in the ! George Altman and Jerry Klnd'ill! had two hits each and Santo again 1 Charleston 1-3, Minneapolis 2-4 of a playoff for top money in the St. Paul 10-11. Dallas-Fort Worth j ^500 Women's Western Open. 0-4 Saturday Games International League Miss Romack, 27, already had j completely rattled the defending champion and 54-hole leader, Bet- Miami 2, Buffalo 1 (13 innings) sy R aw l s , as they battled head- Hits — Minoso, Chicago, 84; Toronto 4, Richmond 2 Montreal 7, Columbus 4 Havana 4, Rochester 0 American Assn. Denver 8, Louisville 7 Runnels, Boston. 83. Doubles — Lollar, Chicago and Skowron, New York, 17; Runnels, Boston, Siebern, Kansas City, Maris, New York and Allison, Washington 15. Triples—Fox, Chicago, 6; Aparicio, Chicago, 5. Home runs — Maris, New York, world," says Lopez. "Once he learns the strike zone, watch out. drove in two runs. The Cubs play Cleveland today in an exhibition game in Cooperstown, N. Y. Then they return home Tuesday for a four-game series with Milwaukee. to-head in the last threesome. i But, one threesome ahead, Miss I Ziske came booming in with a j in t « i 9m ; 22; Lemon, Washington, 17. ! one-under-par 72 for a final 301; ^,_ ^^ _ /_„.„.„ !aggregate. Miss Romack faltered Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chica- Dallas-Fort Worth 5, St. Paul 4|af ter moving five strokes ahead 18° Minneapolis 13, Charleston 3 Indianapolis at Houston ppd Pacific Coast League Sacramento 3-4, Spokane 0-5 Salt Lake 3-4, Vancouver 0-5 San Diego 5, Portland 3 Seattle 3, Tacoma 1 First stop on a real vacation Minoso, Chicago, 10. ' (based on 5 or more i to match Miss Ziske's par four. But on the 74th hole, Miss Ro- PAV ALL YOUR BILLS IN ONE PLACE BUDGET SERVICE 321 East Broadway HO 5-3113 of the wavering Miss Rawls and ... ,, . XI ,, , i j -JE f .• T „» mJdecsions) — Coates, New York, salvaged a 75 to tie Joyce at the| ,., ._,__ D A „,_,_ finish of the regulation 72 holes. 8 ' u> On the first extra hole, Miss Romack bravely sank a nine-footer River Ripples and with Harold Rrand Boston and James, New York, 5-1. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, 97; Pascual, Washington, 91. The first American - made upright piano was built by John Isaac Hawkins in Philadelphia in 1801. mack was unable to deliver a Safe Boating Queen Chosen One of the toughest and hardest tasks we ever performed was being one of five judges Friday evening in St. Louis to choose a Miss Safe Boating Queen. All of the candidates, queens in their own right of various Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotillas, were radiant with loveliness, charm and poise. five-foot pressure putt and took a 1 The disappointment among the Miss Nancy Jean Steuber, 802 Nirk St., Kirkwood, Mo., of Flotilla 15, was named the Boating Week Queen. Miss Steuber, 19, a nursing student, will ride at boat parade the head of the inaupurating Safe Boating Week nexl Sunday on Alton Lake leading to the Our Lady of the Rivers Shrine for the annual Blessing of the Fleet by Rev. Ed want bogey six while. Miss Ziske sank | losers was jolting to the girls, iniann, pastor of a four-footer for a par and the $1.313 first prize. their parents, their sponsors, and this writer. B. St. Schlatt- Francis Parish, Portage des Sioux, Mo. The other queens of the Flotillas, will also be maids of honor to Miss Steuber in the proces- They always come in one delicious flavor! \ Try HFC Vacation Money Service ... have more fun. Arrange the cash loan you need at your HFC office... then travel when and where you want, free of financial worries. Use HFC cash for transportation, lodging, meals, clothes... alt your vacation expenses. You can rely on HFC to give you fast, courteous loan service,.. based on 82 years experience. 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Richard N: Palefl J. Palen TV digest with John A). Jones TV CONVENTION COVERAGE STARTS 3 WEEKS FROM TODAY The beautiful girls arej In exactly two weeks from today Sharon Bechtold, Flotilla 1; Miss Ruth Ann Dumont, Flotilla 2; Miss Almce Graf, Flotilla 8; MiHN Julie Bredall, Flotilla 11; and Miss Mary Ann Oreenvvald, Flotilla 14. They will ride on the 52-ft. yacht Supreme skippered by Harry BuHttinun Jr. of St. Louis. Ixing Trip An estimated 1,200-mile voyage in |pushed a 16-ft. plywood hull by a 75-h.p. motor neared completion Friday when four men en route from Sioux City. Iowa, to Peoria visited the Alton Motorboat Club Fri- i day. The men were Dr. Leland Punminville, Or. E. C. Glenn, George Kim right, and Tom Taber, all of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. The men had completed about 850 miles of their trip here at Alton. They trailered their boat to the Big Sioux River for the start of their voyage and will pull it out of the water at Peoria to trailer it back home. They averaged from 150 to 235 miles a day but didn't push too hard on a schedule. "Last Wednesday evening was our most exciting, nerve wracking and sleepless night," Dr. Pumainville said. "We camped on a sandbar in the middle ol i — — - ----- - ---the Missouri River and retired through quite a distance of sanrl in sleeping bags. The water be-;j n getting oil tho bar." f , nal , rodc out tne (Monday, July 11) television will begin coverage of the Democratic convention with the keynote speech by Senator Frank Church of Idaho. All three networks will carry the convention while in session. A special nod should be directed to ABC-TV's fine Sunday afternoon program "Campaign Roundup" which has given an understandable report of the political campaign news previous to the conventions. For the "armchair politician" the program is as clear a report as can be found anywhere. TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS Several popular young singers join Pat Boonr tonight for "Coke Time" on ABC-TV (Channel 2 at 8:30 p.m.i for an hour of musical entertainment. Among the guests arc Annfttp Ku/iicello, Ed "Koo- kle" Byrnes, Bobby Darin, Frankie Avalon, Paul Anka, Anita Bryant, Bpb Denver and winners of a national talent contest. President Kisenhower reports to the nation tonight at 6:30 on CBS (Ch. 4i and NBC (Ch. 51 regarding his Far Kast tour. "After Hours", romantic comedy starring Christopher Plummer and Sally Ann Howes will be repeated on NBC (Ch. .11 at 9 tonight. Story is about a lonely young wo- (9) 6:10—(4i ti:15—(4) (5) (9) 6:25~<5) 6:30—(2) (4) ,. We gan rising fast before midnight and by 4 a.m. was sweeping | slorm over the sandbar. It was very dark but we could make out what seemed ke miles and MURIEL SENATORS the Full Size"Perfect Perfecto" OUSEHOLD FINANCE Itt W. 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The Oration harbor owner was almost discourteous and ordered us out of his harbor." Holiday Caution The National Wildlife Federa- all outdoor enthu- ihat caution should be the man who falls in love with a man she mistakes for a psychiatrist. Buster Keaton featured. The complete "TV Digest" will be resumed tomorrow evening. KTVI (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) 5, KETC 9, KPLR 11. MONDAY EVENING 6:00—(2) Quick Draw McGraw (4) (5) News Reports Compass Rose (5) Weather CBS News: Edwards Sports: Bob Ingham Sing Hi Sing Low Spotlight with Nancy Cheyenne (5) Pres. Eisenhower: Report on his Far East tour. (9) Commonwealth of Nations (11) Wild Bill Hickok 7:00-(4) The Texan (5) To Be Announced (9) Jazz Meets the Classic* (11) Bold Journey 7:30—(2) Bourbon Street Beat (4) Father Knows Best (5) Wells Fargo (9) Business News (11) Movie 7:40—(9) Images of Art Danny Thomas Show Peter Gunn Modern Art Coke Time Ann Sothern Show Alcoa Theatre Heritage Hennesey (5» After Hours: (Color) (91 Washington U Talk 9:20-111) News 9:25-(ll) Expose 9:30—(2» Ted Mack's Amateurs (4) June Allyson Show (11) Dial 999 Manhunt (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) This Man Dawson (11) Movie 10:10—(4) Weather: Fontaine Eye on St. Louis Movie (41 Movie (5i News. Sports Weathoi 10:45—(5i Jack Paar Show 11:30—111) Bedtime Stories 5:45-(4) 6:00-(4) 6:30-(4) Speech 7:00-(4) (5) News: Tom Brooks Town 'n Country P.S. 4: Writing and 8:00-(4) (5) (9) 8:30-(2) (4) (5) (9) 9:00-(41 ; 10:15-(4) !lO:3fr~(2) 6tt Ytur Liwn Miwir talk !• 8Nipi! SB* Da for Expert ttepaJra an all Small fPHglMa. STANKA 8ARAOE State St., North Altoo UaJ HI Fourth of July weekend. Due to congested conditions in many areas, extreme care should L/e exercised to avoid accidents. Fishermen. boatmen, water Skiers and swimmers should observe all rules of water safety. Special caution should bp used to avoid over-exposure tc the sun, poisonous plants and lover exertion. 12:00-(5i I2:05-l5i 111 i News Night Court 12:20—(21 12:30-12) 12:35-15) 1:00-12) I Spy Weather Report Daily Word Late News Roundup Give Us This Day Jl *t£ «• 5:40--(4> Give Us This Day Morning St. Louis Today: News 7:25 and 8:25 a.m. 8:00--^2) Camera Two (4) News: Grover 8:15—(2) Cartoon Time (4) Capt. 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