Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 5, 1960
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TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE WITEfcN White Sox Lose Twice; Cubs Falter, Then Tie CHICAGO (AP) -7 Chicago's White Sox and Cubs couldn't get any fireworks going Monday — they both lost. In Detroit, the Sox were stifled 34 ant) 3-2. The Cubs were blanked 4-0 epi Jack Sanfotd'8 four-hitter in Wrlgley Field before the season's biggest crowd there, 36,569. The nightcap went 14 Innings, ending in a M tie as darkness settled. The game will be rescheduled. Jim Burning 'held the Sox to three hits In the opener. Minnie Minoso tossed his bat at Bunrtng after being hit by a pitched ball in the first Inning and was ejected from the game,' Minoso was the tab-get of boos from the crowd of 28,951-each tim he went to bat in the nightcap and was pelted with debris in the outfield. The Sox out-hit the Tigers In the second game, scoring both their runs and five of their six hits off starter Bob Bruce before being handcluffed by Dave Sisler who checked a Chicago rally in the fifth. Smith Cops Stock Race At Daytona DAYTONA BEACH. Fla. CAP) Roy fflevm homered off Bruce In the fourth and Minoso drove In the other run In the fifth. The Sox filled the bases wtfh none out hi the fifth before Sisler came to the rescue and yielded one hit the rest of the way. Ernie Banks laced a pair of clean doubles off Sanford for the only solid blows in the first game at Wrlgley Field. Willie Mays and Bob Schmidt homefed for the Giants. In the deadlocked nightcap, the Cubs left 15 runners stranded. They loaded the bases in the llth but frank Thomas hit mto a double play to retire the side. He also banged Into a twin killing in the 14th to end a threat. The White Sox are Idle Tuesday, but the Cubs entertain St. Louis with Don Cardwell (4-6) the pitching cTroice. • Fathcr-Son Hit Ho1e*in-One« B1NGHAMTON, N. t. (AP) Like father Hke son, they say. Richard E. Pllle Jr., a 23-year old Cornell University law student got a hole-in-onp Monday with an 8-iron shot on the 117-yard, par 3 second hole. A few minutes after the feat al the Binghamton Country Club, Richard JE. Pllle Sr.,' picked up hi* 8-iron and duplicated his son'* slwt. Nationalist China Will Enter Rome Olympic TAIPEI (AP) - Nationalist China plans to send a 60-man team to the Rome Olympic Games. The keep expenses as low as possible, the delegation will ar rive in Rome only a week before the games. The final choice of athletes is expected to be announced nex.t, w.eek. FIRM SUPPORT River Ripples and Outdoors with Harold Rrand Kentucky Lake Trip Three couples made a round trip voyage to Kentucky Lake last week in an 18-ft Inboard runabout, owned by Tom Sorbte iand his wife, ROM, Godfrey. -Tor an almost nonstop perfoiWi™ 6 Passengers included Retand ance in the Fourth of July Fire-! Brown and hls wife - 900 orockor stork rar racp, Jack| w - Del"""" St., and William D. Smith, husky Spartanburg. S. C.,! Cam P and ni " wUe - a**!** 2505 driver, holds a new 250-mile race Alfaretta Ave. record and $10,950 in prize money. The couples went about half Smith finished a car length and way and stopped overnight both a half in front of fellow towns- .going and returning. They en- man Everett (Cotton) Owens and countered severe winds and rain logged an average speed of 146.-: with huge waves en route. They 832 miles per hour for 100 laps i stayed at the. Kenlake Hotel, around the 2H-mile Daytona ternational Speedway. In- Hardin, Ky., and water skied •and swam while there. Camp He made only one fueling stop said Missourians bend over back- and changed no tires. His I960; ward with hospitality to boat- Pontiac attained speeds up to 170 ers but Illinoisians seem Boat Buying System If any of you have been thinking about buying a new boat and are, having trouble convincing your better half how much you need it, Comm. John Olmstead of the Alton Motorboat Club has the system. Instead of trying to sell the little woman on the idea just say to her someday: "Honey, come on up to the harbor and see the boat I bought three months ago." Water Safety We couldn't help but read how you can avoid the drowning by Paul dangers of A. Schalte, a YMCA official in a St. Louis newspaper. The suggestions are worthwhile and in part are: Learn to swim well. Courses are pottered at both the YMCA and miles an hour in closing minutes, think those who have anything] me YWCA. If you go boating, when he grabbed the lead from: to do with boats are lacking in i canoeing, sailing, water skiing Owens on the 96th lap. {good sense. FOR THE FAMILY THAT HAS EVERYTHING — and is now paying for it ITlhe p0ynMttts on too many instalment purchases mn cjtLhasK up with you, arrange an HFC Payment-Reducer Loan and pay off aB you stiM owe. VbuH pay HFC much less per month than you pay now... and actually keep more of your paycheck! Drop in or phone HFC—America's oldest and largest company specializing in instalment cash loans. Borrow up to $800 wife up to 24 months to repay. you get more than money from HFC Life intonate* at fromp rate i» available tmatt foam OUSEHlD FINANCE 123 W. ThM Slroo*, 2nd ROOT PHONE: HOword 5-8871 BESEEM (•S^BEVMf ^^^ESBSBSEBl BBBBBst I ^^tJ^sWCBSsi CBBBBBB4sWwC VplB IsMsij VWoMsyl ••• •^"^WisW js^^RfWyV £ABM mode so reudemt* mthin a 1OO mile rorftw and skin diving, either leam to Kramer Set For Open Tennis Play LONDON (AP) — Professional tennis impresario Jack Kramer racked his bags for Paris today, ready for the word that will bring lis star players back to Wimbledon. t think we will be playing swim first or be sure to wear a °* ere next vear '" Kramer said. Coast Guard approved life jacket. "Somehow, some way. the open Stay with a boat if it capsizes. The boat will float and tournament will come to pass. Kramer has not been invited to •a**.*..?. * ifti^ krwai VYJIJ liucll CU1UI hold you up and furthermore it Wednesday's meeting in Paris of is easier for someone to see or the International Tennis Federa- Mickey Wright Is Queen Again FRENCH MCK. Imi * — Mirkry Wright of Sun DirRO. C'nlif.. tho nmvpr hitter, was rham-; pinn of the Lndios Professional i Golf Assn. again today because she also can drop birdie putts. Miss Wright opened the final round of the sixth annual tournament Monday with a 20-foot putt for a birdie on the first hole. She got four other birdies during the day, one a 42-footer on the 16th hole, and wound up with a three- under-par 71. Her forecasting was as good as her golf. She had said- at the start of the 72-hole tourney that a four- i under-par 292 would win it, and she finished with axactly that to pick up the $1,500 first prize. She became the first two-time winner of the LPGA title. Louise Suggs of Atlanta, also a former champion, couldn't stand Mickey's birdie pace and finished with 73 for 295 and $1,150 second money. Defending champion Betsy Rawls of Spartanburg, S. C., shot a 78, for third place at 301 and claimed $860. Yesterday's Stars •> By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching — Harvey Haddix, Pirates, gave up six hits, blanking the Braves on three over the last eight innings, for 7-2 victory over the Braves and a doubleheader split that retained Pittsburgh's 3%-game lead. Hitting —Pete Whisenant, Senators, had homer, double and sin* ] gle and drove in three runs, then North Sea Gales Take Heavy I walked ^j SC ored tying run in 9-8 Toll of Birds [victory over the Yankees. At least a million starlings and other birds were killed in recent North Sea gales, say fishermen at the Danish port of Esbjerg. "We had to throw more than 200 dead birds overboard from our vessel," reported one skipper. ]Vetc Policy Is Colt to Bent INOLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Ralph LOWP'S New Policy today nnpnnml to b? the colt to beat in tho SlOOnon artdod Hollywood Dprby, with nowly arrived Victoria Park declared from the Saturday race. And the $100.000-addpd Hollywood Gold Cup Handicap a week later was beclouded when thft highly regarded Bagdad was beaten back to third place in Monday's $50,000-added American Handicap. Victoria Park, the Canadian 3- year-old who whipped Tompion by five lengths in his last start at Delaware Park, developed swelling in the front legs. The trouble apparently stemmed from his 11- hour air jaunt to the West last week: If all»gors well, trainer Horatio Luro said, the colt may race in the closing feature of the meeting, the Sunset Handicap July 25. The American Handicap was a stunner for a holiday crowd of 50,147. Prize Host, a 7-1 shot, won the race by three-quarters of a length over Twentyone Guns. More than a length back was the odds-on favorite, Bagdad. Baseball By TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS Salt Lake 2-3. Tacoma 1-13 Sacramento 5-3. San Diego 3-1 Portland 15, Vanrvmver 9 Seattle 11, Spokane 3 International tangm Buffalo 8-2, Toronto 5-4 Montreal 6-6, Rochester 2-7 Richmond 7-3, Miami 2-6 Columbus 4-5, Havana 2-4 American AMD. St. Paul 6-1, Minneapolis 3-5 Indianapolis 7-6, Louisville 1-2 PofftA TfwHfC ffffllM New talking traffic! signals have recently town Installed near a home for the blind at Uuhetrfberg, West Germany. A recording apparatus Is coordinated with the traffic light's and tells pedestrians alternately, "Please wait," and "Please cross." New York City contains moie than four million telephones. Denver 1»10, Houston 0-4 Charles 10-6, Dallas-Fort Worth 3-7 to find you with the boat. If Oon - which w* 11 make me b 'S de ' you are caught by a strong cur-l 01810 " on whether Wimbledon and rent while swimming or boating other international tournaments it is best to go with the current will be thrown open to-profession- gradually work your way toI s18 and "authorized," expense- shore. A person swimming jP aid amateurs. against the current will sooni " But 1>u ^ arou™ 1 ." he sa> d tire. "They might want to contact me. Learn life saving and artifi-i "During the Wimbledon tourna- cial respiration so that you cani" 16 ". 1 l telked a lot with Herman BEL*AIR H vV * 6fc f 1 1 I IH 6 OPEN 7:00—START DUSK — LAST NITE "THE 8 STOOGES" "STOP! LOOK! & LAFF!" "MY DOG BUDDY" STARTS TOMORROW! 2 BLAZING WESTERNS Westward -fe Women help when a person is in distress. The common dangers outlined by Schultz are swimming alone, especially in deep water, diving into unknown lakes or rivers, racing away from shore instead of toward shore or parallel to it, taking foolish risks, and being a show-off. Boating .Tip Major A. Lou Appleton. HOS, 9th Weather Group, Scott Air Force Base, sent us a note of warning brought to the attention of Air Force personnel but also of value to boatowners: In a recent case a pilot from a plane downed in mid-ocean ig- jnited his signal flare to indicate i his position. Unknown to him, he iwas in the center of a large pool | of fuel which had risen to the David, chairman of the All-England Club. We agreed on one thing—that whether professionals play or not, the traditions of Wimbledon and what it stands must remain untouched." The Paris meeting will have to decide what kind of prizes will be offered in an open tournament. The All-England Club has said it will not give big money prizes. Kramer has said his professional stars will not compete unless the prizes make it worth their while. David said no decision will taken on prize money at Wimbledon until the international federation has met. JOJELI ri«-i«3S»aia Adults 70c—Kiddies Free Open 7:30—Start Dusk LAST TWO DAYS ^iffltiaa'r^ The Chicken Shack (Formerly Joe's Grill) Route 67—Godfrey ATTENTION SKIPPERS NOW HEAR THIS! The Some Irood Home and Family Liability Package Policy Cavers Your Boat and Motor AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM Why pay $10 to 140 more for your liability insurance be- MUM» your outboard motor if over 10 bornepower, check our Insurance 'Plan that protect* you from boating Injury and property damage suits ... no matter what horsepower i. . at ne extra charge! And for • small additional premium of 8% your boat and motor can be protected from lot* or damage including theft with no deductible. All of Hife coverage Is available with our Package Homeowners Policy, SAVE UP TO 25%! 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Be careful when you have been working 04 the engine in a tipped position as fumes or leakage are more apt to be present.Be sure the area is clear of floating fuel prior to Igniting flares or matches. Emergency Suggestion National Safe Boating Week began $unday on a peak weekend of the boating season. The weather and water stages have curtailed boating on Alton Lake this past several months to a noticeable degree. Boating sales have leveled off from their previous sensational leaps and bounds. One dealer said that there are now too many persons involved in boat sales. And there are now a multitude of used boats changing hands between persons instead of doing so at boat agencies. This is also the first year in the past several that dock space hqs been available well into the season. Tax Refund You are entitled to a federal tax refund on gasoline you use in your boat, says the Outboard Boating Club of America. Also about two-thirds of the states give tax refunds to pleasure craft operators. About 336 million gal- Ions of gasoline was used in outboard craft and 154 million gallons in inboard craft in 1950. Claims must cover the period from July 1, 1859 to June 30, I960, and be made on Internal Revenue Service form 843 obtainable at any Internal Revenue office. The normal one cent a gallon refuod has been increased to two cents effective last October. Deadline for tiling daimes to Sept. 30. FOR EMPLOYEES VACATIONS! LINE TO ROD A LURE, TROCLKD ON METAL LINE, CAN M SS«N OV MORE PISH IF IT TRAVELS MUST OFF THB BOTTOM, CLEAR OP "JOT- TO* WEED6j ETC. ATTACH A CLEAR PLASTIC WMBLC FLOAT (SPIN-mBHINfi TVPE) TO LINE'S END. WflTLX FILL IT WITH WATS* eO IT SINKS XET RAISES LINE* BMP. (EXPERIMENT KM AOJOeTMBNT.) LET LURB SWIM ON LEADER A FEW HMTT FROM L*AP«R >. •WIVBL LINE fi / OEMINO /*" *' UNB SWIVEL) '^-SINKER TM« •»« SINKER BUMP6 •«*. "= IT SNAM, LWMT LINO .•MAM, SO LURB 10 HUMP. HAMBURGER! 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