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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 1, I960 Baltimore Regains Second Place Brown Conquers Tribe, 94 By ED W1LK8 Amoriated Press Sport* Writer Skinny Brown and Jim Gentile brushed the salt off the Orioles' tail feathers, but it's going to take a hot July for Baltimore to stay close to New York in that American League race after the way the Yankees busted loose in June. The Orioles, still within l»i games of the Yanks, grabbed second place back from Cleveland with a 9-1 victor}' Thursday night. Brown chopped down the Injuns with a six-hitter and Gentile walloped two homers for five runs as the Birds ended their losing string at three. But the Yankees, crashing five home runs, clobbered Kansas City lO-'J. Those five homers, two by Bill Skowron. gave thr leaders 1 46 for the month and n season! total of 90. Roger Maris crashed: his 25th and Mickey Mantle hit his 18th. Chicago's fourth place White) Sox. 4'2 games behind, ended: Washington's winning streak ati five with a 4-2 decision in 10 in-1 nings. Boston belted Detroit 11-7. While the Yankees were club-j bing the A's to a seventh straight; defeat, right-hander Ralph Terry' (4-3) hung up his first complete) game in seven tries since May 18. He allowed seven hits. The Orioles, who had lost five' in a row at home, got all they- needed when Walt Dropo singled Stuart 3 Homers Trip to Rome Awaits Track Trial Winners STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - A trip to Rome and the 1WO Olympics are up for grabs today as 221 athletes representing the best In ' the United States opened competl- I tion for berths on the track and i field team that will represent America in the games. ......_ I Only the top three in each of short, left field fence. Kinor's Kov-^ Stuart's slugging barely over- WHS wny overdue." Stuart exud- 'Ihr 17 events on the two-day pro- "<?>'• thp - v ( ' allpd '<• over-shadowed Willie Mays' two- rd attpr the pj rat es split a dou- igram at Stanford win places on Thursday night, with the false j game show for the Giants. Hr ho- bleheader with San Francisco. I ' ..... .. I ****** i**»» ,*»*•>« r\i n u cti«n**4 U« i lYiofArl t« onnh crump smnnUpH < tn._. j...— a ii» *:*_• ,**.. M .. -II ft 'Overdue,' Stuart After Hitting Homers PITTSBURGH (AP) - Controversial and colorful Dick Stuart returned to the Pittsburgh linkup Thursday night with a bang. In home runs in one game at Pitts- Lander Billy Loes In the third and!fact, with three bangs and ft bing burgh's Forbes Field. That was a winning, solo Jolt oif losing right j —his ninth. 10th, and llth home a few years ago. at/4 the right-; hander Sin' Miller (2-3) in the 1 runs and a single. By ED WILK8 I three pitchers. He hit a three-run Associated Press Sports Writer jshot off starting southpaw Mike tn 51 years, Ralph Kiner was McCormlck in the first inning, a the only Pirate ever to hit three bases-empty home run off right tm tfc* Sportllte by JACK BARBAN Editor new Alton High School cage coach will spend two weeks as the guest of Uncle Sam. Sheet* Is » 2nd Lt. In the Army Reserve and will, «pend two weeks tt Camp McCoy, Wise, starting July 27. No Money situation by a general cutback along the entire budget and not lopping off one thing entirely. As a result of this, the loss was not felt In one department and should return to normal next year. Many educators agree that this curtailment although a Bloom High School .n Chic- »«.e drastic on BloonVs part handed belter was shooting at HJ fifth. "It was a long time coming. I I the squad with two exceptions. The fourth man In the 100 and 400-meter races qualifies as a member of relay teams. A decision may come o^iickly on which three of America's big four In the shot put will survive. Two- time Olympic champion Parry O'Brjen. Bill Nleder, Dallas Long |and Dave Davis all have consis- 1 I tently thrown further than 60 feet. I fence long gone, Dick Stuart in each game, smacked j the first game 11-0 came the second Pirate ever to I two doubles 'and a triple, drove an d stormed back to win the sec- In five runs any regained the NLj onc | bat-lead at .361 with a 6-for-7 Stuart, who hadn't played since Jolt three home runs out ol Forbes. The slumping, sometimes sluggish slugger did it in consecu-1 night. Willie drove in the Giants' i a j tl ^rid^ il rtghT'drove'in tive at-bats, then added a two-1 first three runs, two with his 51*t ^'^ Jn thg nlgnt ' ca p He sat out Ihom'er, In the opener as Bobj, Um „„„, „«„<„,,, tn,« homers were ago Heights ha"d to make a choice recently and cut back on its athletic program. The school wa* forced into the position when the voter* will be faced In more and more schools as the price of education goes up. The problem of whether to have a full all-round program the I There is very little doubt that ia sports program in high school run single for seven RBI as thejhom'er In the opener as Bob|, he „ , __ _ _ Bucs beat San Francisco, 11-6 and | Friend (9-5) lost his second in a hjg fim af Forbes Fie i d salvaged e split in a twi-night row. "1 don't like to bench," the big first i year. sit on the refused to Increase the tax rateior concentrate only on school- and school administrators hadlnstlc program is an acute one. to cut back on some of school program. , As one school official pointed!is important, out, "When it came to a choice i of cutting.athletics or academ-j Ics, athletics had to go first."! "I'm more interested in pre-j serving our English depart-! t;un;nf-» VlOtOry, ^IlGT it: iiv»»v- vi» • «• «-•"- •- •»••> *••••' •••— ntt*i* f '» .... . . . u . . . . Dr , . i three-hit pitching performance by-only run allowed by lefty rookie 1(Ue(l - " ncn * u Nleder has the best toss at 65 feetj Jac|< ^^ ^ jv(?n ^ Gj . ; Jop GJbbon <„,. Hr gavp up just or four days and I n „ ,, ^ , u , '«"'* a" n - n decisi °» in tht> firat six hits - strwk ov " six and flidn ' t ' i ! 1 ' " malWS m ° Generally considered the four; MMO ,„_ fhn plrateg . {jnjt guc . iwalk a nlan in 7 2 -3 innings of the . « nd ' hen d ° get MOM'S READY PHILADELPHIA — Apparently Mom and Dad took the boys to see the hall game in Philadelphia last home two first-inning runs off los- j night. But look who's wearing the glove and the ing southpaw Ted Bowsfield (3-4). j anxious expression as all follow flight of foul ball hit Al Smith, who hit a two-run; by Duke Snider of the Los Angeles Dodgers. This ap- homer in the second inning, dou-1 pealing tableau was seen by long-lens camera during bled and scored the winning run! sixth Timing of first game of Philadelphia Phillies- on Joe Ginsberg's double for thei Los Angeles Dodgers twi-nite doubleheader, Unfor- White Sox against reliever Tex! tunately all are unidentified. (AP Wirephoto) Clevenger (1-5). Russ Kemmerer — — (4-4) won it in relief. i Don Buddin eluded catcher Red, Wilson in a run-down for the deciding run as Boston scored six in the eighth and defeated Tiger reliever Paul Foytack (1-7). Detroit blew 5-0 and 7-5 leads, getting all j the runs on homers—two by Rock! Colavito, who drove in five runs, Bloom High School Drops Sports Program best in the world. They start competing in one of the opening field events. Veteran Gives Arnold Palmer Tips on Open ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) —Jock Hutchison,i first American! to win the British Open golf title.! today gave reigning American, champion Arnold Palmer a fewi expert tips on how to conquer St. | Andrews Old Course in next! week's 100th playing of the open. "It would be wonderful if Palmer could add the British crown to his American Open and Masters triumphs," Hutchinson said. "But I don't think he'll do it. His work around the greens may let him down. "I've told him he must play his pitches so they bounce only once and then sit down instead of run- Bloom school board members will ning them up. That way they'll game, cess in six games, but padded' relief. His home runs came In the ment," He Former Alton school tyn. tern admlnlvtrator O. N. Hunter, now with the utate Education office, *ald thin Is the first time ho know* of a school dropping It* entire sport* program In order to comrrve money.. The academic program l» | HIM Important, but the on* ! without the other would I definitely hurt the young. 1 tier*. True, many schools go overboard on athletics <<nd j It become* the dominant factor in wrtaln nchools. The Bloom solution leaves a ; lot to bt desired and will in all |probability be under heavy at- Itack. The Bloom officials looked The situation which WHS like they panicked and with a their National League lead toi The Cubs escaping the cellar, first, third and fifth Innings, all three games again. swung for 18 hits and handed:off different pitchers. Stuart had Second place Milwaukee lost 11-: Lew Burdette (8-4) his second : two more cracks to become the 1 _ _ _ 5 at Chicago. : straight defeat. ninth player in major league hls- ibound to crop up soo ner orllittle more study could have The world champion Los Ange- A three-run triple by Maury tory to hit four home runs in one: )aler and be hand | e d like this!come up with a compromise soles Dodgers returned to the first \ Wills did it for the Dodgers as game. ^ | wag a , most fflced Jn A , t<)n lasl lulion . division for the first time since they came from behind with five. - _ • ~ " ^ ' \ f I( w ,,j be j ntere sUng to SOP May 7. tying idle St. Louis for in the fifth against loser Jim *'«•« «*""" : A ' ., „, ,„ out iu new fourth place'with a 1«5 victory ati Owens (3-9). Charlie Neal also Philadelphia - Choo Choo Ben- *"°" V " " w , to . ave the mroBram Philadelphia that dropped the ' drove in three, two with a homer, son, 153, Philadelphia, outpointed|back, but was able to save the program. Phils back to the bottom. Ed Roebuck ((>-!) won his fifth in.Joe Washington, 151 '.i, Philadel-; Stuart socked his homers off I a row in relief. iphia, 8. xAwav.iv, ™.w -.-.v ...-.- ,, CHICAGO (AP)—A major Illi and*the'other by"Eddi'e Yost. Tedjnois high school with a brilliant practice economy across the board Just roll on and on." Williams hit his 505th home run* array of athletic championships, I on all school programs. ] Palmer admitted the hazard, lor the Red Sox his 13th this year iis dropping all sports to pay for "If this has not been done," Dr.j Hutchison, 76, a native of St. Tom Sturdivant (1-2) was the win-: education.. Hunter said, "it seems unfair to! Andrews, migrated to the United ner in relief. '. The school is suburban Bloom concentrate cuts on athletics." i States in 1904 became an Amen- Township High. In the past dozen Officials said the school's enroll-1 can citizen, returned to his home : years Bloom has won four South merit is expected to rise from its ips j lowed unsuccessful efforts to raise I more school revenue through increased taxes. Twice in the lastj y ear Chica S° Hei & hts residents j Jackson^Tlien SimmonsHurl For St. Louis » ST. LOUIS (AP) -The Cardi- nai's most winning pitcher, Larry have voted down ** i^reases- Jackson. (9-7) opposes George the last bme on Juiie Brunet in the opener of tonight's: "We're about $100,000 shy of, twi-night doubleheader against the '< balancing the budget," explained j Milwaukee Braves. : Charles Donovan, president of the Slated to pitch the second con- j school board. "Cutting out the ath-j test for the Cardinals is Curt Sim-jletic program, together with oth- ; mons (1-0). He will be opposed byier economy moves, will bring the either Juan Pizzaro (4-2) or Carl Budget deficit to about $45,000." Willey (4-3). ! In addition to abolishing the ath- town to win the British title in Suburban League football titles tast-year level of 2,721 to about "21 and now is retired in Evan- and has captured four of the last '4,500 by 1965. |ston. 111. five state high school track cham- , Donovan said a group of citizens , Paer, defending champion will meet in the Bloom auditorium Gary Player of South Africa and The move to drop athletics fol-'*^ «" an effort to urge a third referendum to seek a raise in tax rates. Peter Thomson, four-time winner from Australia, are the favorites for next week's championship. Player and Thomson both shot: 70s in practice Thursday. Palmer had a 71. ¥ T 1»^ f f \Aff/lY11 C ALL DONE Fails to Panic Captain WIMBLEDON, England (AP)—'and then outlasted Australia's Collapse of the American tennis i Rod Laver and Bob Mark, who forces'and success of the Austra-'were second seeded, in a gruel lians at Wimbledon lias failed toiling marathon 4-6, 10-8, 15-13, 4-6 panic David Freed, the new Unit-! 11-9. ed States Davis Cup captain. The United States reached the "What's there to get excited; semifinal in the women's doubles about?" the gray-haired, 50-year- i Janet Hopps, Seattle, and Karen old Salt Lake City financier saidjHantze, San Diego, whipped Bri today. "We're not as bad off as'tain's Shlela Armstrong and Dei it looks. • ;dre Cart in the quarterfinals 8-6 "We have the finest young ten !6-3. nis talent in the world—with fel-i lows such as Earl Buchholz,[ r\ J ___,., 117! OT Chuck McKinley and Dennis Ral-j 110(121613 W 111^ ston—and I'll say another thing: c "If we get past Mexico City, we'llj O. . f A K« _ win back the Davis Cup. I'm con-: iMaiT LOOK1I12 ,^ nn ^A nt If " C/ Like Champions Cardinal Manager Solly Hemus plans to return team Captain Ken Boyer to his customary cleanup role, hoping Boyer is about to break loose from a bad slump. Daryl Spencer, who sat out the recent two-game series with Cincinnati. will return to shortstop. The Cardinals were idle Thursday and four of them — Boyer, Bob Nieman, Walt Moryn and Curt Flood — took special batting practice. Stan Mutual, one pi the few Cardinals on a hitting streak, will probably start the first game in left field. His use in the second game will depend on his plato work in the first. letic program. Bloom has pared expenses by dropping its adult ed- j^^. York ucation classes, the after-hours j Baltimore use of its swimming pool and the; Cleveland use of school facilities by outside Chicago By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 140 or more at bats) — Gentile, Baltimore, .335; Minoso, Chicago, .331. Runs — Mantle, New York, 60; W. L. Pet. G.B. Maris New York. 49. 40 25 "' 42 DETROIT — Henry Hank, second- ranked middleweight title contender, jumps off the floor (right) as Victor Zalazar of Argentina tries to get up after a solid left to the jaw dropped him in the early part of the fourth round in their bout at Detroit last night It was Detroit's first outdoor bout in ten years. (AP Wirephoto) vinced of it. Freed said the United States! had no reason for feeling shame on its Wimbledon showing although it failed to put a man in the singles semifinals. Thursday, Ralston of Bakersfield, Calif., teamed with young Raphael Osuna, a Mexican who attends Southern California in a i sensational march to the men's doubles finals. They beat Italian and Swedish Davis Cup teams By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League groups. 1 Detroit Donovan said he "is a sports, \vashington enthusiest." Kansas City "1 feel I ( know just about every Boston high school in this part of the state from having driven my three i daughters, who are cheerleaders at Bloom, to the games," he said. Dr. 0. N. Hunter, director of' 37 :i7 32 30 26 24 30 28 31 34 35 42 43 .583 .569 .344 .485 .382 .338 ~~ i Runs batted in — Maris, New v ' s York, 64; Gentile, Baltimore, 54. 8M;; 10 Hits — Minoso, Chicago, 2 Runnels, Boston, 85. Hank Hammers Up /or Award Zalazar in 4th Quick-Thinking Jockey Saves Life of Another Illinois AC Is Favored PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Maybe the Los Angeles Dodgers finally have that momentum Manager Walt Alston has been looking for. "When you win you get momentum and a little momentum can pick up a club when things are tough," Alston said Thursday night after his Dodgers defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 104. The victory was the Dodgers third straight over the Phillies as they closed out the current series and moved them into a fourth- place tie with St. Louis. It marked LOS ANGELES (AP) —The Illi-1 the first time the Dodgers were jnois Athletic Club, loaded with Olympic games veterans, looked I like the team to beat today going DETROIT (AP)— Henry Hank is 86; a unique man among prize fighters. He wants a chance at the in the first division since May 7. Did this mean the Dodgers, world champions of 1359 who have the first round of the U. S. been floundering around in the | Olympic water polo tryouts. lower division most of the year, Doubles - Skowron, New York, championship as badly as the I BOSTON (AP) —A remarkable 1 18; Lollar, Chicago, 17. -• . , ! ' > f*~ ' ~ • • IICAl JCIIUW , UUl l»C Ii* V* *HJ»I£, IW | "' a j Triples — Fox, Chicago, 6; Apa- wait unl jj ne deserves a chance.! next fellow, but he is willing to i lite-saving feat on horseback to- u-nii until HP deserves a chance.! day earned Joctev Henry \\ ajda ol an hour. Pictures depict Wajda pulling physical education in Illinois, said injnss) it is the first time he has heard of j a high school abandoning athletics to balance the budget. Dr. Hunter said he hopes that Thursday Results New York 10, Kansas City 3 Boston 11, Detroit 7 < . Baltimore 9, Cleveland 1 Chicago 4, Washington 2 (10 in- ricio. Chicago and Snyder. Kansas, Han |< ,,, ac ie no cries of "I want \ Newmarket^ N. H., a nomination j a i ongs jde Despirito and doing a masterful job guiding hl« horse !with his right hand and reaching ICiry, 'j. the cl : Home runs — Maris. New York, knockout victory Thursday night; 23; Mantle, New York and Lemon, ; OWI . victor Zalazar of Buenos : Wajda's rider, spectacular effort in Chicago Cubs Entertain Cincinnati; Sox Away CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago j Ernie Banks slammed his 22nd Cubs, having split a four-game • homer with one on in the sixth Wriec with the second place Mil- inning. Friday (iamen Detroit at New York (N> Chicago at Baltimore (Ni Cleveland at Washington (N Kansas City at Boston (N) Saturday (iames Cleveland at Washington Detroit at New York Kansas City at Boston Chi-agu ut Baltimore (N) National League Washington, 18. | Aires. Hank kayoed the Argentine i saving Tony Despirito from possi- Stolen bases — Apuricio, Chica-ifjghte,. a t 2;1J of the fourth round|ble death Thursday at Suffolk! go, 16; Minoso, Chicago, 10. j n a scheduled 10-rounder. It was i Downs brought a nomination for! Pitching (based on 7 or more'Hank's fight all the way. the George Woolf Memorial The Illinois club, winner of 24 mount running at about 35 miles i national titles — including the 1960 championship, was matched against Oxnard, Calif., in the opening round of the double-elimination event. The tryouts continue through Monday at Los Angeles swim stadium. The winning team will place seven men on the U.S. squad and four other players will be picked from the remaining teams. | for Tony with his left. ran «" decisions, - Coates, New York, Thf , Detroj( one of tor valor, according to Brown, Baltimore, 7-2. world's top-ranking m I d d 1 e- ! England Jockey Guild representa- iron and he coasted home, ninth O'Neill. 99 National League in a 10-horse field. Wajda finished eigh*h aboard Lusty Andy in a doubt about U,, race won by tevore d Praise Us. " ant ft *Uo Strikeouts - Bunning, Detroit, weights wants to setUe a score , live Martin I; Pascual, Washington, 91. with Hank Casey Mote anvt hlng, "There's no else. The unranked Casey won a;Wajda saved my life," said the split decision over Hank last ; 25-year-old Despirito who has had Batting (based on 140_or more. montn . eigh , bad spl |i s and twice before! TryOUt Camp Dialed "When I beat him, then I'll i has been near death in his 10-year' were on their way? "You never know," replied a cautious Alston. He remembered the Dodgers, now 6-4 on the current road trip, meet the first- place Pittsburgh Pirates tonight at Forbes Field in the opener of a weekend series. "You've got to win more than three in a row," Alston declared. "But I'm happy the boys started to move." at bats) — Mays, San Francisco, .361; Larker, Los Angeles, .354. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, waukee Braves, entertain Cincin- Milwaukee San Francisco w • P.t r .!»:Hoak, Pittsburgh, 54. ,. ,r" -!| ; RunS batted in ~ Banks 27 start thinking of the bigger j career. He svas the nation's lead- fights," said Hank. i ing jockey in 1952. 38 At Washington Thursday night, nati today tn a series opener in the White Sox rapped reliefer Tex | Los An seles Wrigley Field. i Clevenger for two runs in the 10th ; M - 1 ; OU1S Cub Manager Lou Boudreau se- inning for a 4-2 decision that Cincinnati elected Mark Freeman (3-0» to'snapped a five-game Washington- , l>ai ' u start against the Redlegs 1 Don winning streak. Philadelphia Neweombe (3-5). The Chicago Clevenger hud replaced starter White Sox, for a night game in Pedro Ramus who went out tor a Baltimore, picked Billy Pierw (6--piiu-h hitter in the eighth. The 3i to oppose the Orioles' Milt winning pitcher \\us Huss Kein- Pappa& (6-5). merer, who replaced White So\ The Cubs routed Milwaukee'* starter Bob Shaw after the Sen- Lou Burdette during a five-run up- ators had tied the score ut ^-.' iu rising in the sixth inning Thurs- the sixth. Jim Lemon started the day and went on to defeat the:inning with his 18th home run of £rovef, JJ-5. Cub pitcher Don | the season with no one on. Cardwell breezed to his fourth The victory was Kemmerei•'»> triumph in nine decisions behind,fourth against four losses. He shut the Chictgoans' 18-hil attack, j out his former teammates on one Cardwell himself got four hits in hit in 3 1-3 innings of relief pitch- live Urn** at hat and scored three'ing. times. The Sox gut luo runs in the Ctu'duell scattered nine hit* and second when Al Smith hi' his OUl Mix in pitching his iir*t seventh hoint mil of the scubvn game it) six starts since afiei Ro.\ Siever* led utf uith a it* WV«d himself U *J*Ot in haw.--'walk. Smith then led nil the tenth toll's Had Of F«m« with a no with a double. (Jem Freest beat b'l May 15- uut ;i hunt and Joe Ginsbtr^ Cirdw011'« for- tioubl.d iu More Siiuili Sam h»- 1 Phll|df4pbto RUttdi W M* 4-for- poMio scuied the second Sox run 4 tt tfatlJilAtlB tntf two wailu on a tocrifi^i fly. .585 3 6 go, 65; Mays, San Francisco, 59. Hits - Groat, Pittsburgh, Mays, San Francisco, 95. 99; Doubles — Mays, San Francis- 10 9 'i|co, 20; Bruton, Milwaukee, 18. Triples — Bruton, Milwaukee, A solid win over Casey would j Wajda's heroics were performed in the five-furlong, third race throw Hank in line tor a bout against either NBA Champion Gene Fullmer or Paul Fender, who is recognized as champion in New York and Massachusetts. Zalazar spent most of his brief 14 '«:7; Pinson, Cincinnati and Kirk-1 time in the ring retreating, and 15 ' s land, San Francisco, 6. Hank built up an early lead with 37 32 .536 33 35 .485 33 35 .485 32 35 .478 L'7 :!9 .109 '_>S 12 ,100 ThurMla.) Kenullo t'hicayo 11. Milwaukee 5 San Francisco n (i. Pitislnirgh .stofeii bases-^"Mays,"*San Fran-1«tauBered Zalazoi\,early 'in the °"" Cisco, 19; Pinson, Cincinnati, 16. j fourth round as thS two carae off Los Ai«cli-s 10. HiihirMphiu 6 Pitching (based on 7 or more the ropes. A series of four rights decisions i — Roebuck, Los Ange-land l ejts to tne head finished les, 6-1, Law, Pittsburgh 11-3. I Zalazar. , , , _.. , . ,.. . Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los An-i Hank weighed IBS, Zalazar LO.S Anaeles at Pittsburgh (N) Ke j eg ' when crowding on the far turn knocked Despirito from the saddle, his left foot entangled in the stirrup iron. Tony clung precariously to the right side of the neck of his mount, Cojor Bearer. Had he fallen he could have Home runs - Banks Chicago (overhand rights and digging lefts!been tramped by horses pressing 'to the midsection. Hank fInally'from behind or dragged by his 22: Boyer. SI. Louis, 19. For St. Charles The Washington Senators will hold a tryout camp at Blancette Park, 'St. Charles, Mo., next Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Scouts Bill Messmann and Jack Rosgiter will be in charge. All boys between the ages of 17 and 23 are Invited to attend. Each boy must furnish his own gluve, shoes and uniform. Only games Friday Game* memnati ,,( Chicago Milwaukee at St. Louis (2, N) San Francisco at Philadelphia iNi Saturday Gune« Los Angeles at Pittsburgh Cincinnati at Chicago San Francisco at Philadelphia .\likaukre at .St. Louis (N) Three I League 01 IHL AUkUCIAIbO PHL.KS Builiiiittun 3-4. Green Bay 2-2 Fox Cities 5-5, Cedar Rapids 4-1 Sioux Cit> J-9, Lincoln 0-7 i>« Monies 8, Topeka t I Friend, Pittsburgh, 97.|160H. -ANNOUNCEMENT- OPENING NEW SERVICE • Front End Alignment • Br«k« Service • Motor Tunt-Up- FLOYD'S AUTO BODY 4*0 X. Uuud KUer \\e. Wood Biver, IU. 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