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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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, JUN£ 29,1960 ALTON BVENtNO TBLl&RAPR Part Chisox <• • Knocked Off, 24 wiua 1w WilUfl|ton SeiMton, win- Ding when flwy should be dead, •addwl» *t, .Attorn spoilers in the Amertert League petmant nee wlflkjfalf their two ices, Camilto Pi* coal and Pedro Ramos, are man* -ing injuries, putting the pNssQre on second liners and relievits, and slugger Harmon ttDebrtw •till is hobbfed. But they've won five straight After knocking Baltimore out of first place with a 5-2, 10-iming decision Monday night, the Senators stayed at ft with 'a J-l, 14-mning " victory over Chicago's fourth- place White Sox Tuesday night ' Ray Moore and Chuck Stobbs, who won it, gave Washington's relief corps a string of 7 2-3 shutout innings in the streak. Hie New York Yankees padded " their lead to a half-game with a '5-2 victory over the Kansas City • A's while Cleveland handed Baltimore a second straight loss, 3-2 "in 11 innings on Johnny Temple's ,,home run.- Detroit ,beltefl Boston -164. ' ... " The Senators, who have won 1 of 26 one-run decisions in their 6 'games, got this one without a hi ,in the 14th inning. They beat reliever Turk Lawn (1-1) on Julio -> Becquer's sacrflce fly after three walks loaded the bases. ' A three-run eighth, cracking ., 2-2 tie, gavethe Yankees their 16th victory in the last 20 decisions |s Bob Turley. (5-1) won his fifth straight , ! Temple's second .home run of the season hung the loss on, re• liever Gordon Jones (1-1) as the THE VICTORS BOSTON—Detroit Tigers jhomd run hitter Norm Cash (right) holds up one finger as he rejoices with pitcher Don Mossl (center) and catcher Bed Wilson hi the dressing room at tfenwajr Park last night after defeating the Boston Red Sox 10 to 1. Mossl broke Detroit's three-game losing streak by beating the Bed So* and Cash Hit a home run into Hie centerfleld bleachers hi the second taming. (AP Wlrephoto) Orioles dropped 'straight at home. their 'fourth The-Tigers, after losing three straight, swung for 15 hits at Boston against loser Ike Delock (1-3) and five relievers. Norm Cash homered in a four-run second that put, it away. Darlene Hard WIMBLEDON (AP)—It was al• most as if a cry for help had gone up from Wimbledon's ivy- covered center court Chubby Darlene Hard had crashed in the singles and U.S tennis prestige had slumped to an all-time low. The 25,OOT>strong crowd left the •ground asking where are the .' great Americans of yesterday? Where indeed? Well, one was on the sidelines. Hustling Miss Hard through a "forest of sympathetic well wish- "ers, Althea Gibson turned aside to drop a bint that Uncle Sam will be back with murder in his heart next year. "If the Wimbledon championship is thrown open to professionals," said tiie two-times holder of the women's title, "I shall certainly consider competing myself." „ How did the 32-year-old Miss Gibson figure she'd haw done this year? "I think I'd have won," said tactiturn New Yorker. On this year's form, it seems she would have little trouble in wresting back her title. The impeccable Maria Bueno and the un. predictable Christine Tru... man could be the only conceivable threats. But there Is speculation here that America's anguish on the center of the court will be heard by other ghosts of the past Both -Little M. Connolly and the great Doris Hart have indicated a ering to come back. Many consider it wffl take such a resurrection to pot battered Uncle 8am out In fra* igejn. This, to the first time &> contemporary memory that no American has been involved In oat or ojhir of the singles semi-finals. Miu Hard from MnntehBhV>. Calif., cracked into consecutive double faults in the final eet and • was well beaten, 6-1, M, M by 'South Africa's graceful Sandra Reynolds Tuesday. Little League Ktebs Cardinal*, 35, Tigers 3 Godfrey No. 1 9, Indian* 4 Hawks m Godfrey No. 3 0 12, Paces 8 Athletics) Eagles 9, Yankees Pirates Lose, But Keep ' V 'i"l7' •! 8 r ail \' By ED WILK8 Associated Frew Sports Writer Either the Pittsburgh Pirats ' trouble, luck, are. .running into they're running in isn't as contradictory sounds. ,;-f •:''.'• Manager Danny MUttaugh.ha* gone, with three of his top four starting pitchers $ tfe.fest three games and hasn't' won Any^of mem. But the Buc^have lost only one game off their lead. .; , After Vern Law and Bob Friend Were .beaten in a dqubleheader loss to Chicago's Cubs Sunday, southpaw Harvey Haddix .was chased in a four-run first inning Tuesday night. But the Pirates times battled from behind and came off \vtyh a' 7-7 tie against San Francisco -in a fain-interrupted game ended by curfew after nine innings. Second-place Milwaukee moved within 2% games of the leaden with a comeback, 5-3 victory over the Cubs. Cincinnati jumped paift St. Louis into fourth place by clobbering the Cards 10-4. Seventh-place Philadelphia made it Los Angeles as Dallas Green allowed the Dodgers only three hits for his 'first victory and complete garnet in the majors. Tne third-place Giants never trailed,.but had toiscrap for':,_, 'he ninth to stay ^within sn ofrPittsbui^.The Pitt on two walks and 's RBI single agi and Jack .Sanford before Sanford retired three in a row with the basea loaded, fanning pinch-hitter Hal', Smith for the final out. •, ,'V : The Giants, getting triples, by Felipe Alou and 'Andre Jtodgers in the first inning, ..blew 5-3 <and 6-5 leads. Rocky NeTsfti drove In four runs for Pittsburgh, tagging starter Sam Jones for a three-run homer in the first. ITie game will be replayed. Wes Covington got the job done for the Braves. He drove in three runs, beating Glen Hobble (6-10) with his solo sixth home run in the sixth inning after his two-run double had tied it 3-all in the third. After f|ve setbacks against the Yankees, Cleveland pitcher Gary Bell beat the New York- eight out of 10 with a 2-0 job on «rs, 3-2. It took him 11 innings to do it, thanks to a homer by Russ Nixon. River Rfpples and Outdoors with Harold Brand Blessing of the Fleet Hundreds of pleasure craft are expected to participate Sun day in the boat parade and fourth annual Blessing of the Fleet on Alton Lake, announced Frank G. Burkarth', chairman of the parade and spokesman for the U. S. .Coast Guard Auxiliary, sponsor of the event. The ceremonies inaugurate National Safe Boating Week. Hie parade will form in three spearate fleets about noon. Section one at Harbor Point Yacht Club will be headed by Harold Jansea of Alton, district rear commodore; fleet two will form at South Shore Harbor headed by Flotilla 7 Cradr. Clovta La Plante; and number three will !orm at Pere Marquette Park headed by'Or. I* D. Archer of East Alton, a staff officer.' The fleets will move at 1 p.m. and converge at" Slim Island about 2:30 p.m. where Miss Safe, Boating Queen Nancy Jean Steu> her and other Flotilla Queens will meet .the parade to lead it past he Our lady of the Rivers Shrine, Portage dee Sioux, Mo., at 3 P-m, •pedal Cereoteay m will officiate at the Shrine. Father Senlattmann will conduct a special Blessing of the Fleet at 3:30 p«m. in response to owners of small boats who want to avoid the wakes of the parade. Coast Guard craft will police the parade route. Anchoring will be permitted in shallow waters along the .Shrine causeway. The channel in front ef the Shrine must be kept clear to allow passage of all boats. The Shrine was financed by a non-sectarian riment of the festivities. Cruisers will run two or three abreast in the parade with smaller craft running to the shoreward side. Smaller craft whould also avoid crossing the path of larger boats to avoid danger if the motors on smaller boats should stop suddenly. The parade will undoubtably be a lone one and smaller vessels can bring up the rear where the wakes may not be so severe. Courtesy Motorboat Inspections There are several other events set for Safe Boating Week on Alton Lake. Six Flotillas will make Courtesy Motorboat Examine tions beginning July 3, at Woodland Park and Alta Villa Harbors from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and at Holiday Harbor July 4 during the same hours. Daily inspections will be made from 7 to 9 p.m. July 5 at Riviera Harbor; July 6 at Holiday Harbor; July 7 at Yacht Club; July 8 at Woodland Park Harbor; and July 9 and 10 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m, at Piasa Creek launching ramp and Holiday Harbor. In St. Louis daily inspections will be made at the Poplar street public launching ramp by 12 Flotillas. July 3-10. A Coast Guard Auxiliary one-! e s s o n course in small boat safety will he given at 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, July 5 and 7, at the Bt Uwis Bi-State Chapter, American National Red Crass, 4901 Washington Ave.<> A small craft Full dress for your craft to suggested and encouraged, such as pennants, balloon*, flag*, colored crepe and ao OB. Blowing of torm, siren* and ringing of will atog. bt permitted during the parade to add to tfaems* safety demonstration will be given by Red Cross personnel July 5 and 7 also at 7 p.m. at both Undemvood and Forest Parks. Wednesday and Friday at T p.m., the demomttratuu will be given at Hickey Park. A new distress signal for day- tune use has been adopted by the cojft Quart, Tte sjgMi to w sJowty «*} repeatedly ratoiog and lowering ajrmj outstretched to each side. Tnto sew rule his been added to tte Not Rules tor INLAND Waterways. Reds Thump St Louis, 104 ST. LOUIS (AP) - The Ctodn- riati Reds .thumped'.-the Cardinals 104 Tuesday night'and by doing so took over fourth place from the Redbirds. ; The Reds jumped on fton Klin* for five runs in the first inning. Ed Bailey's seventh home nut Win one man aboard capped the early uprising. The spree also incjuded doubles by Eddie Kasko and Je?ry Lynch and singles by Gtts Bell and Harry Anderson. Alex Grammas hit a two-run homer for the Cardinals in the sixth and Curt flood hit a v .solo homer in the eighth. Tonight the Cards have a return match with the Reds. Rookie Ray SadecW (1-3) is scheduled to start for the Redbirds and Jay Hook (64) for Cincinnati. 12th Street Wins t In Alton Junior Church League Softball action Tuesday night, 12th St. defeated Sanford Ave. 28-4 and Edwards St. won on*a forfeit .by College Ave. < ' ' Roxana Appoints Jim Wasem Coach Jim WMWI, 98) has bf%n MiMd head boskctbill cosch M RflK&fM High School. Wftsem replaced Bob KiftMek who has been named Assistant fettlaM^H^l Aft *** »H.ta tflMlt ani>fMll f riiivi|NU BI Aflcana nign ocnooi. Wasero is a graduate of Hli> note (1967) Waaleyan, and has Bloomington bean cage coach at Klnmundy High School the past three years. While at Wesleyan, Wasem lettered in three sports. He played basketball four years, baseball four yean and track two yean. He was captain of t h e basketball team and was named the most valuable cage player in 1957 and also won the most out* standing athlete award the same year. He played four years of min- or league baseball in the Chicago White Bolt OTtanteatton with itlnh at Duluth, Minnesota) and Lincoln, Neb. Wasem attended Vandalia and Patoka High Schools. His teaching duties have not yet been determined, City Track Meet Slated Next Week t •:, , . "\ The /Alton Recreation Department will hold its annual All City Track and Field Meet for boys and girls at West Junior Public School Stadium next Wednesday .and Thursday. The preliminaries are scheduled for ft a.m. on Wednesday with the finals to be held at 6 pjn. Thursday, The winners will represent Alton in the 5th Annual Junior Sports Jamboree .sponsored by the Jaycees to be held in Carbondale, Aug. 6. Winners of, the Carbondale session will advance to {he State Finals in Springfield. The following events are schedulH: 8-9 yr. olds — 25 yd. dash. 10-11 yr. olds - 50 yd. dash, 75 yd. dash, broad dash, 220. yd. relay, and regulation baseball throw. 12-13 yr. olds - 50 yd. dash, 7$ yd. dash, broad jump, high jump, 220 yd. relay, and regulation base-. ball throw. 14-15 yri olds - 50 yd. dash, 75 yd. dash, broad jump, high jump, 440 yd^ relay, and regulation baseball throw. 16-17 yr. olds - 50 yd. dash,-100 yd. dash, 220 yd. dash, 440 relay, shot put, high jump, and broad i(ump. The age groups 8-9, and 16-17 will not be eligible for the meet in Carbondale. Sign-up on the playgrounds, or at Rock, Springs no later than Fri By TMB ASSOCIATED PftBSS American League W. L. Pot. 38 X New York Baltimore Cleveland Chicago Detroit Washington Kansas City Boston 41 as as 32 » 26 22 .588 .571 .537 .BOO .488 tt .338 18M, IT Tuesday Results New York 5, Kansas City 2 Cleveland 3, Baltimore 2 (11 innings) Washington 2, Chicago 1 (14 innings) Detroit 10, Boston 1 Wednesday Games Kansas City at New York Detroit at Boston Cleveland at Baltimore (N) Chicago at Washington (N) Thursday Games Chicago at Washington (N) Cleveland at Baltimore, (N) Kansas City at New York Detroit at Boston National League NEW COACH Here is Bon Harris, who was appointed head basketball coach at Edwardsville High School Monday ;ht by the Board of ucation. Harris, 26, has served as assistant to Joe Lucco, veteran coach who relinquished his reins. Pittsburgh Milwaukee San Francisco Cincinnati iSt. Louis Los Angeles Philadelphia Chicago Americans Dot Royal Regatta HENLEY-ON-The - THAMES England (AP) — The most American Henley Royal Regatta in history opens today on the placid waters of the Thames. Eight United States crews have entered in the world-renowned four - day regatta, ' the largest American contingent since 1839 when Henley was established; as the international home of rowing. Tradition-bound Henley never seeds the entries and the luck of the draw has pitted two of the best crews together in a first round race for the Thames Challenge* Cup — the Harvard lightweight eight and the corresponding Junior varsity of Oxford Uni versity, the so-called Ilsis Boat. It promises to be close and the winner is highly favored to go on to take the cup, which Harvard won the last two years. AUTO STORES CASH or Quick CREDIT i ZEBCO SPIN OUTFIT with "66" REEL A compltte ootflH Pomou* "66" Zcbee *"' with th. lht.«ho B g.obl. .pool BIG DISCOUNTS Tf¥ W. 41 37 36 32 32 30 28 25 L. Pet. G.B. 24 25 31 34 35 35 39 38 .631 .597 2% .537 6 .485 9 .478 10 .462 11 .418 14 .397 15 Tuesday Results Pittsburgh 7, San Francisco 7 (nine inning tie, curfew) Milwaukee 5, Chicago 3 Cincinnati 10, St. Louis 4 Philadelphia 2, Los Angeles 0 Wednesday Games San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N) Milwaukee at Chicago (2) Cincinnati at St. Louis (N) Los Angeles at Philadelphia (2 twi-night) Thursday Games Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N) San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N) Milwaukee at Chicago Only games scheduled Gene Corum is the seventh former football player to become head coach at alma mater Nest Virginia. He formerly captained the team. . BOW Former AMwi basktban coach 9t«*& and M§ ftmfly ( difitrt afternoon, bag atid , Quincy where N win snow take up tin ntta as astatic director and cage coach 'at Quincy High School, Hanks . leaves, behind many friends and fan*. The local Wood been high. Near flit* till -, this ytar, smnl Alton the Hani* : __ »,._ .-.«*•».- prm pra League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 140 or more at bats) — Runnels, Boston, .335; Minoso, Chicago, .331. Runs — Mantle, New tfork, 57; Marls, New York, 45. Runs batted hi — Marts, New York, 58; Gentile, Baltimore, 49. Hits' — Minoso, Chicago, 85; Runnels, Boston, 84. Doubles — Lollar, Chicago and Skowron, New York, 17; Siebern, Kansas City and Allison, Washington, 16. Triples — Fox, Chicago, 6; Apa ricio, Chicago and Snyder, Kansas City, 5. Home runs — Marts, New York, 22; Mantle, New York and Lemon, Washington, 17. Stolen bases — Aparido, Chicago, 16; Minoso, Chicago, 10. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) — Coates, New York, , Brown, Baltimore, 6-2. Strikeouts — Sunning, Detroit, 97; Pascual, Washington, 91. National League Batting (based on 140 or more at bats) — Mays, San Francisco, .348; Larker, Los Angeles, .342. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, 56; Hoak, Pittsburgh, 54. Runs batted in — Banks, Chica go, 61; Mays, San Francisco, 54. Hits - Groat, Pittsburgh, 98; dements, Pittsburgh and Mays, San Francisco, 89. Doubles — Bruton, . Milwaukee and Mays, San Francisco, 18; Pinson, Cincinnati, 17. Triples — Bruton,''Milwaukee, 7; Pinson, Cincinnati and Kirkland, San Francisco, 6. Home runs — Banks, Chicago, 21; Boyer, St. Louis, 19. Stolen bases — Mays, San Francisco, 18; Pinson,. Cincinnati, 16. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) - Law, Pittsburgh, 113, McCormick, San Francisco, 9-3. Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los Angeles, 113; Friend, Pittsburgh, 95 Hanks «Ud, "My u leave flu Alton 'atw of foe many flw frfcnd made. 1 would like to of the basketball ttttf porting the team." ''& + Hanks will reside tt » *• Park Terrace iri QonHqr., . , Arnold Palmer, t H e gWftf who b earning on rtHftft JJ sM'W found the goM on tte circ.it this yea*, ** far, Palmer ktt to* t ttlf 0f *9M)0I9« fiMnMWQ •• W flgOM to |N»«M we* fc PGA toarnaments and tf»lll" won to, ether toirnamentSt Dow FttsterwmM to hef* Ing second place tn fa money department wtm $M44t> Bob Goalby, BelKrvlTl* golfer, despite hairing vMme injuries, has; rotledT > Si«,MI so far Oils ye«r to rank Wth among big money wumen. . FOOTBALL • GOLF John Brodie, number two quarterback behind Y. A. Ttttle on the San Francisco 49ers, a pro football 'team on the west coast, is doing fairly well on the pro- golf cfixuit He finished sixth in the Kansas City Open last week. 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