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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JUNE 3S, 1980 Fall to Second Senators Win, 5-2, On Errors Joe Walcott Says Ingo An "Amateur in Ring PIERSALL RELAXES •D W1LK8 ^- - -- ••-* m*ttmm rrGOT ofWrW Wniffr ttore's no place like home for th« Baltimore Orioles. Good 'hlmf, totu fi there was, they wouldn't be contenders In the American League pennant race. Mtttt regaining first place with their second 1M road trip of the season, the Birds returned home arid slipped to second Monday night, losing to Washington 5-8 In 10 innings when the Senators broke a 2-2 tie with three unearned runs. The loss ended Baltimore's winning streak at four and""put the Orioles three percentage points behind New York again. It also put their home record at 18-15, compared to a 23-13 mark on the road. This was their third straight loss at home, and they've lost seven of their last 10 games In Memorial Stadium. No other games were scheduled in the majors, although there were three exhibition games, Including the 19th annual Hall of Fame game at Cooperstown, N. Y., where the Chicago Cubs beat Cleveland 5-0. The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated New York 1-3, 1 in a charity game that drew 53,-! In a number of arguments with players 492 at Yankee Stadium. And the! and umpires in the past month climaxed International League All Stars j hy being ejected from second game of rapped the Milwaukee Braves 7-2 at Toronto. The sixth-place Senators, row 5-5 for the season against Baltimore, twice blew one-run leads behind left-hander Jack Krallck (34)), who went all the way in his first major league start. Hoyt Wilhelm (5-5) was t he loser in relief, although giving up only a pair of bunts. The knuckleballing right-hander had won three straight, all on the road, and had a string of 17 1-3 scoreless innings going into the 10th. : Bob Allison led off the 10th with a walk and stole third after Lennie Green beat out a bunt. Both scored on second baseman Marv Breeding's wild throw to the plate on Julio Becquer's grounder. Bee-{need the rest," he insisted quer then came around as Billy j day. ••:... ready to play when su | ts . H c has had verbal skirmish-! and one round even. The AP saw Gardner bunted safely and Hal | they want me. ps ^ oppos|ng p , ayers and has | Dupas taking each round. I duties. BALTIMORE (API - Jersey Joe Walcott, oldest man ever to win the heavyweight boxing championship of the world, .jails in the fifth round of their scheduled 15-rounder. Johansson turn tiie title from Patterson last year on a seven-knockdown third "owtd 1 former Champion tngemar haruson "an amateur." NEWTON, Mow—Jimmy Piersall, high-strung Cleveland Indian outfielder, relaxes at his home after confirming reports he had been ordered to take an indefinite rest by team physician Dr. Don Kelly. Pieraall has been involved Sunday's doubleheader with the Yankees for arguing with Umpire Hank Soar. He arrived here Sunday night to spend a day with his wife and seven children and was notified here to take the rest. He holds daughters Maureen and Kathy while wife Mary brushes Maureen's hair. (AP Wirephoto.) Harris Named Tiger Coach .T'j- technical knockout. He was lucky in' catching Pat- New York x-Baltimore Cleveland Chicago Detroit Washington Kansas City Boston TM» AWOCtATBO PRESS W. L. Pet. O.B. !• fto Sportllte fty JACK BAMAN fitftan* "He (Johansson) dowm't belongJterson the last time." Walcott in the ring," Walcott said Monday; night. "Floyd was over-trained. People say there's going 4e be a Floyd Patterson last week be-1 rematch. It'll never happen. ft'II came the first man to regain the be bad for the fight,game, they title by knocking out Johansson oughtta get the heavyweight divl- jsion moving." | Walcott, 46, Is director activities in Camden, N.J ' the heavyweight crown at the age lot 37 in 1951. 37 25 41 28 35 27 36 30 31 32 29 34 26 38 22 42 behind .597 .594 .563 .545 .492 .460 .400 1 9 13 WILMS OMB CONTRACT Al Wlllfc, beloved executive we- retery of the Illinois High School Ann., have been given a new tnree-yuar contract by the IHSA board. Willis is known throughout tHe state as the titular head of prep sports and has his offices in Chicago. ERROR CORRECTED John' Hand, winner of the I960 i Alton Invitational Golf Tourna- j ment two weeks ago was the vie- j tim of a Telegraph sports depart- OB lot take der tm*. It It took* ffltc • f*» h trapped OB IM eoofsjsj, MOTPNI to a gully •* fi iwwf flm Don't stud np and act tt a beacon for the botfr. , .344 l6V*! ment error ' the under Hand's pic- i as the "Look at the way the guy (Jo- j innings) hansson) trains," he said, "and! only game scheduled ! you know the guy can't be much. Women around, not bearing down in training. It was like a country club rather than a training camp. You don't win fights like that, now do you?" Washington 5, Baltimore 2 (loi The City Tournament, which is mgwn I held in August at Rock Spring Golf Course, is a match play affair 1 while tlfc Alton Invitational is me- fneHday Games Kansas City at New York iNtidal play. ; EDWARDSVILLE — Ronald; J Harris, 26. now serving asj !teacher and coach of the junior! ihigh school, was appointed senior high school basketball coach i BOSTON (AP> Red Sox, Reds Give Veteran Players Gate Oeveland at Baltimore (N) Chicago at Washington (N) Detroit at Boston (N) Wednesday Game* Chicago at Washington (N) Qeveland at Baltimore (N) Kansas City at New York (N) Dertoit at Boston National League Pittsburgh Milwaukee San Francisco •Veteran Bobby- st - Louis Goes Home 'I Don't Need the Rest,' Says Cleveland's Piersall BOSTON (AP) — "I'm not going ; kees in Cleveland Sunday, to go anywhere. I'm not going to ; Piersall suffered a nervous do anything. I'm just going to, breakdown midway through ihe|0'Irish Eddie Jordan, stay here and wait for a call from 1952 season and spent part of the 1 Dupas, who weighed 145'4, had the Indians." year In a suburban Boston hospi-'things under control all the way That is the way Jim Piersall ,t a |. For a time, he was in the und had his Brooklyn, N. Y., Ralph Dupas Is Easy Winner Over Jordan NEW ORLEANS (API— Ralph : Dupas of New Orleans, No. 4 con- 'tender for the welterweight title, marked up his 82nd win Monday ; night with an easy 10-round bout by District 7 Board of Education i Thomson, the Flying Scotsman of i Cincinnati Monday night, replacing Joe i the old few York Giants may'be ; LogAngeles Lucco who resigned recently tojat the end of a long baseball,Philadelphia accept the position of high i career highlighted by a home run j Chicago school assistant principal. : N™' Yorkei ' s ncvcr will forget. „ . .. , .... .. Thomson was given his uncon- Harris. a native of Edwards- , ville and a 1952 graduate of Kd-jf 0 ™ 1 rclease by Redl wardsvllle High School, is pres- Sox Monday. The Sox let the 36- VV. L. Pet. G.B. | 41 24 .631 - : 36 25 .590 3 36 31 .537 6 32 34 .485 9'i' 31 34 .477 10 30 34 .489 l ft V a . 27 39 .409 14'a 25 37 .403 H l ij Monday Results t No games scheduled j Tuesday Games San Francisco at Pittsburgh Orval Scroggins won the City Tourney last year. Hand had to beat out 133 golfers for the Alton Invitational title. LOOK OIT GOLFERS Most golfers know that lightning presents a dangerous hazard on (he golf course and with the recent tragedies that have occurred on g o I f course* throughout the country, the fact is pointed up more strongly than ever. If a golfer Is trapped on a Kolf course with an approaching thunderstorm, the best Idea is to take off for the club house on a fast trot and get out of the storm. If the storm is upon a golfer, the jfolfer should throw down The bent Mea to to eal tin . game with Hie appfMMt «t a storm and get to flM etatrfeoWM as fast as poMtMe, wardsvn.e Hign scnoo! s pres-j Q - der to mahe | ently working toward his Mas- ^ „ * left-handed' + *.«>« ^ nr >»^ A n t T3^nrttAtr T TnK.'Oi 11 . luum *" J •* *-** ' pitcher recalled from Minneapo-l lis. describes his plans. The fiery violent room. Cleveland outfielder is under or- Thp fjee( outfjelder has p)ayc . d ders from the team physician to S p Pt . t acularly this season. take a rest. ^ ^ '.,,.. Since early May he has had a opponent on the canvas for a nine I has had one year of military in the fifth round. Jordan ' service, coaching at Ft. Leon- ter's degree at Bradley Unlver sity. He took his Bachelor's Degree from that university in physical education. Single, Harris -has been teacher of social studies and ., i| ,| I. IIC O*IAJUl"«J * t»wi !**»*'••» ••««•» •« ••• eighth grade coach in all «»"* I GIaggoWi Scol i a nd, slammed his at the junior high sc h ™-'' "P. ns * . In 40 games with Boston, Thorn- 'son was hijting .268 with five 'home runs and 20 runs batted in. The 6-foot-3 Thomson, born in Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N» i Milwaukee at Chicago i Cincinnati at St. Louis (N) | Wednesday Games Los Angeles at Philadelphia <N> i I «y« San Francisco at Pittsburgh <N)> M " v Milwaukee at Chicago (2) Cincinnati at-St. Louis (N) Hemus Benches PALM TREE If an Alton area sports fan plans on vacationing In an area that has palm trees, an important fact to remember was revealed In a recent study. The odds favor getting hit on the head by a coconut more during the night than during the day. The study showed that three times as many coconuts fell from the tree during the night. If one gets the idea of returning j to nature in palm tree country, do | your sleeping out in the open during the night or at least wear a steel helmet. Si Green Inks Hawk Contract Siluigo Green, a sensation in (he pos&season playoffs this <e year, signed with the St. Louis Hawks for the coming season, General Manager Ed Macauley announced. The 6-2, 190-pounder is the eighth player signed by the Western Division champions for next year. He joins veteran Ed Conlin, acquired from Detroit last April, and rookies Len Wilkens, Edgar Smallwood. Lee Harman, Fred weighed 14014. ;ard Wood, and has The referee and one judge i taught at the junior high school Ski Pals Will Appear i most famous homer to -vin pennant for the Giants in Two men were on base and New' r> rlinvillp Shnw York was two runs down in the! At LaHlllVlIJe SHOW 'LaCour, Rolland Todd, and ST. LOUIS (AP) - Shortstop j^^y Free man. No salary Daryl Spencer and right fielder i term ' s were disclosed. Joe Cunningham will be on the, The 25-year-old backliner was bench tonight when the St. Louis j ob1ajned from the Cincinnati ! Cardinals open an e i g h t-game Ihome stand in a contest with the Royals in January"of 1959 and finished the year by appearing , ., A i .,..,„.. fnnn. !.«• ninth - two outs away from los»* piayo£f to AUon Ski . pals Naragon hit into a doubleplay. i Cubs Trounce Cleveland, 5-0 i CHICAGO (AP) - It is entirely! possible thav things are finally fall-; ing in for the Chicago Cubs. > Following their double sweep j over the league-leading Pittsburgh; Pirates Sunday, the Cubs defeated I Cleveland 5-0 Monday in the Hall| of Fame exhibition game at j Cooperstown, N.Y. Although of no help in getting; the Cubs out of the cellar, thei game provided some significant performances. Dick Drott, whoj hasn't been able to win a game, j pitched hitless ball for seven' innings and walked only one. Ron Saqto, the rookie third base-' man who broke in with a bang; against Pittsburgh Sunday, hit a home run with t\vo on. Jerry Kindall, the fine fielding second baseman who is showing signs of strength at the plate, also homered as did Danny Murphy, the 17-year- old bonus baby. Drott left the same after his hitless stint and Moe Drabowsky finished up, allowing the Indians two hits in two innings. The Cubs open a four-game series against Milwaukee today with j Glen Hobbie (6-91 going against southpaw Warren Spahn 15-4). The White Sox, idle M o n d a y, i open a three-game set at Washington tonight with Frank Baumann (4-3) or Herb Score (1-3) working against Hal Woodeshick (3-1). Thomas 9 Jump May Not Count j LOS ANGELES (AP) - That: record-breaking 7-foot, 2-inch highi jump by John Thomas may run! Dr. team Don Kelly, the Indians runnj feu(J w ., h fte officla]; physician, recommended i scorerg : that Piersall take a i rest for an!.., .„! Roger Robinson, Harvard :backfield coach, and Paul Mc- indelinlte period after Jim'was | Loren Schoel is in his fifth Kee., new Harvard end coach, University were football teammates at Sy- 'racuse in 1946. thumbed out of the second ; ?amci.year as Syracuse of a doubleheader with the Van- : crew coach. The Sox released Thomson the i S ame day the Cincinnati Reds West Virginia has had only two losing baseball seasons in the last 12 years under Steve Harrick. He has coached the sought waivers on veteran first baseman Whitey Lockman. !he Reds said they plan to release him. A double by Lockman pre- wrestling team for 22 years. 'ceded Thomson's famed bonier. I Chamber of Commerce's fourth annual Water Carnival on the beach area at Lake Carlinville 1 p.m. Monday. Alson included in the day-long orogram are boat rides, fish fry and a large fireworks display i Cincinnati Reds. j in 26 regular season games and put on; R 0n Kline (3-6) will start for the; sjx p i ayoff contests. After aver- Cards and will be opposed by Jim i agjng 12 5 ^^^ a game witn OToole, a southpaw (5-7). tne Roya i Si hc suffered a slight Spencer batted only .163 during | brajn concussion an( j sat out the the recent 14-game Cardinal road trip in which they won seven and lost seven. Cunningham hit only a "'! u _ __. in the evening. fUlUMf* BASIUO 28 AGI 160 WEIGHT 1S5 HEIGHT CHEST NORMAL 38m. CMIST EXPANDID 4)»/ain. 39 in. WAIST TALE OF THE TAPE Here is how middleweight champion Gene Fullmer and challenger Carmen Baailio shape up for their NBA title bout Wednesday night City. (AP Wirephoto.) in Salt Lake Speculation High Over Baseball Fullmer's Boxing Style Now Exempt Senate Takes Up Antitrust, Draft Laws in Major Loops By G. MILTON KELLY ;bnll and hockey subject to vegu-, WASHINGTON (AP) — The lation under the antitrust laws. I Senate takes up today a disputed Baseball is now exempt under' bill that would throw most of pro- Supreme Court rulings, but the fessional baseball's player roster court has ruled that some of the open to an unrestricted draft aft- other Sports are subject to the er every World Series. laws. The measure also would de-: ^ main fight nowever> cen . clare the business side of profes- lers around me baseball player sional baseball, football^ basket- draft deigned primarily to curb —- - any monopolistic hoarding of baseball talent by major league clubs. The bill among other things: would allow each major league baseball club a maximum .if 40 Stock car railing anil fireworks; "untouchable" players. All play- are on tap for two days over the ers j n excess of that total would Fourth of July weekend at the Al- be made subject by law to iin- ton Speedway. restricted draft once a year by The regular stock car racing pro- other clubs. grannvill be highlighted by a large; The fignt comes a g ams t thr' fireworks display Saturday night, [background of the Continental Tin- track has a special holiday.League's efforts to win recogni-; race and fireworks display on tapjtjon—and access to ball playtTS: for Monday. —as a new major league, withi Time trials for both events start status equal to that of the Ameri- at 7:30 p.m. can and National leagues. Back- The management says many toppers contend it also would result: notch drivers mid ears are expect-1 in more evenly balanced major ed to participate in the two night:and minor league team strength, race programs i and thus better sport. Three I League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday Night Results .207. Manager Solly Hemus said", "Ij i think a little rest will do Spencer ; some good. He'll be back in the i lineup in a day or two." : The same holds for Cunningham. Alex Grammas will replace ensuing six weeks before being traded to St. Louis. He had a 5.6 mark with the Hawks. Like Mother. Uke Son CINCINNATI, Ohio JP —Jerome Geter, 18, is not worried too much home for ticket. about criticism at getting a speeding Spencer at short. Curt Flood and Geter was charged .with diw Des Moines 5-10, Lincoln 2-11 newcomer John Glenn will fill two ing 33 mph in a 20 mph zone. (2nd game, 10 innings) : of the outfield positions and Hemus Minutes later police halted his Burlington 8-3, Fox Cities 2-9 !said he wasn't yet sure whether | mother, Lucille, 48, and charg- Cedar Rapids 5, Green Bay 1'Walt Moryn or Stan Musial would ed her with driving 35 miles an Sioux City 5, Topeka 2 '• take the other spot. hour in the same zone. SHOPPING FOR H LOW-PRICE CART Speedway Hosts Big Weekend SALT LAKE the jump Friday at the National AAU CITY at a I (AP> —iiistir left, threw in a little footwork for an and proceeded to give the willing orea l of argument, debated several issues bin deceived Basilic a beating in today on the eve of the middle .•eight title fight between Chum arui ch;ill- iwi height be measured before and alter a; 1 ** »' a . bou , wl ''* r "'" ... .......... record jump, and this could .neanj^ d nationally (ABU a. 9 p.m. Giardel|a the bar should not be touched be-! *•**• {ore the second measurement ' ^Uner. pnde at nearby West Pincu» Sober, chairman of the. •***«>• l £ dvBa « ho ; 1 tr ° m , Chl j AAU Track and Field Committee, : '^"f • N V-- Dually display all said Monday he doesn't believe | the «*« m a "? finesse o(ua ** ir "that incident should invalidate i « stubborn b.liygoats in the ring. Thomas' performance." rhlli » me N^ 101 * 1 B°»ng "But." he said, "as meet ref- *»*• version of ** M»-Pound last bout. Mi his two title defenses. TJene re \erted to the mauling, braw'iitg .iitack. Ii netted him a drab rtf- cision u\c'r Spider V\ebb and a draw with By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coaat League Vancouver 7, Tacoma 2 Portland 3, Sacramento 1 * San Diego 15, Spokane 7 Only games American AMU. Minneapolis 7. Charleston 3 Denver 11, Louisville 10 Houston ti-3. Indianapolis 2-2 Only games International League International League All Stars ,lney 7. Milwaukee Br ives • Only game eree . , I must honestly divulge dmsiu " titk ' r*«*niz«i everj wh*ni wh<lv exee P' Nesv York ^ Mas ' everything that happened submitting his jumpfor ation as a world record." Yuri Stepanov of Russia th. m-ognued record of 7-1. bu Thomas has a pending record oi Basiho. who won and lost the to Sugar Ray Robinson, the main problem. He's 32. jand IUM rusty is the old warrior? 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