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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 7, I960 Managers Name Players for All-Star Games Musial Selected By Alston Bud Daley Wins, Shows 12 Wins to Lead Majors j B.v ED i Awoctotrd Pr«w Sports Writer CINCINNATI (API - Menagprj S°"thpaw Bud Daley, who won Wall Alston of the Los Angeles 16 wifh seventh P lace Kansas Dorfem lodnv filled out the Na-j Cit - v in his " rs( season last ° a row as HIP New York Yankees beat Baltimore 3-2 and regained a two-game lead over Cleveland. The Chicago \Vhite Sox ended the Indians' winning string at five with a 7-5 decision on Roy Siev- Stan Musial. Alston also named a staff of 10 pitchers for the tv.'o games with the American League All-Stars to be played at Kansas City next Monday and at New York Wednesday. Hie hitters. 'And Washington whipped Boston! That was four months ago, in 14-0 as Jack Kralick shut out the spring training. Now he s won respect and just about everything else in sight- still pitching for the seventh place A's but leading the majors with pitchers Alston selected! 12 victories and a cinch to be were: Bob Buhl of • Milwaukee:! Uie startin * P ilcher In Monday's Elroy Face. Bob Friend and Ver- j All-Star game. non Law of Pittsburgh: Bill Henry I Dale - v (12 ' 41 made il * d ° zen was ""earned. .. ™ —,__x ! ,.. »....— .Iwith a six-hitter for a 6-4 decl- !Red Sox at Fenway Park. Jerry Lumpe's second RBI double broke a 4-4 tie for the A's in the eighth, and he came home with the clincher on a wild pitch by Frank Lary. Daley gave up a three run homer by Al Kaline in! the sixth. The Tigers' other run! over Detroit Wednesday Whitey Ford won his third in of Cincinnati: Larry Jackson and Lindy McDaniel of St. Louis: i 810 ! 1 Mike McCormick of San Francis- Co and Johnny Podres and Stan Williams of Alston's Los Angeles club. It was both sentiment and respect for IMusial's hitting ability that led to his selection although the Cardinal veteran, Hearing the end of his career, has played in] only 53 games this year and 14 of j them were as only a pinch hitter, j major league plan has been re"Sure, sentiment entered into I ported with the possible shift with- Havana Club On Way Out BUFFALO, N. Y. (AP) —A new it," said Alston but he added: "He (Musial) is the kind of a man I'd like to have around if a situation develops in the ball game where a big hit could win the game. Stan is hitting again and is capable of winning the game for us with a timely blow in the right spot." Musiai is hitting .281 with 39 bits in 139 times at bat. Hf : has batted in 19 runs. Players picked the starting lineups, excluding pitchers, for the in a few days of the Havana franchise in the International League. "Havana has played its last game on Cuban soil," the Rochester, N. Y.. Democrat and Chronicle reported. The paper said the team \vould play the rest of its 1960 home games in Cincinnati, Jersey City and other cities in the International League. Earlier, a shift of the Havana franchise to Jersey City within 10 days had been reported by the games and Alston went along with j Buffalo Evening News. them by naming all of the second j Cy Kritzer, the newspaper's choices to the squad. I baseball writer, said the move To supplement the starters. Als- j might be forced by Cincinnati be- ton named Smokey Burgess of i cause of its talent investment in Pittsburgh, and Ed Bailey of Cin-|the Sugar Kings' roster. cinnati as catchers: Ken Boyerj "If the Continental League folds and Bill White of St. Louis, Dick j up." Kritzer quoted an undis- Groat of Pittsburgh, Norm Larker i closed spokesman, "there will be Thc Yankees handed Oriole I right-hander Skinny Brown his third defeal in 10 decisions with a two-run eighth. A walk and! Mickey Mantle's triple scored thej winning run. and Roger Marts, who hit his 27th home run in thej third- inning, then followed withj a single. Clete Boyer added a! solo homer in the ninth. j Ford (5-5) had a two-hit shutout for six innings and finished with a seven-hitter. Four of the Orioles hits were for extra-bases, one a ninth-inning homer by Brooks Robinson. Sievers' llth homer followed a leadoff walk by losing reliever Larry Locke (1-1), who also gave up a tying homer by Gene Freese in the eighth. Gerry Staley (9-3) won it with four innings of two- hit shutout relief after the Indians chased Early Wynn in a five- run fourth. Kralick (4-0) blanked the Redi Sox with a four-hitter on his second major league start. He walked two, fanned six. The Nats got their four in the first inning, scoring the first two on bases loadde walks by Jerry Casale (2%), who lost his eighth in a row. By IHK ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. 44 42 45 40 34 33 28 26 L. Pet. G.B. 27 29 34 34 38 38 45 47 .620 .592 .570 .541 .472 .465 .384 .356 11 17 19 New York Cleveland Baltimore Chicago Detroit Washington Kansas City Boston Wednesday Itemilts New York 5, Baltimore 2 (N) Chicago 7, Cleveland 5 (N) Kansas City 6, Detroit 4 (N) Washington 4, Boston 0 (N) Thursday Game* Kansas City at Detroit Washington at Boston 2 (N) Chicago at Cleveland (N) Hew York at Baltimore (N) Friday Games Washington at Baltimore (N) New York at Boston (N) Cleveland at Chicago (N) Detroit at Kansas City (N) National League W. L. Pet. O.B. In ill* Sport lito by JACK BARBA* Sports Editor Joe King, New York sports writer, has a story out that disunity has griped the San Francisco Giants front office. King says that Horace Stoneham, one of the Giant owners, wants to hire H^eo Durocher as manager, but another faction in the front office is not too happy about the idea. Stoneham got half of his wishes when Bill Rigney was sacked a couple of weeks ago as manager. Stoneham also at that time wanted to name Leo as the new manager, but the other group got part of its way by saying no go. The interim manager, Tom Sheeham, will probably make it the rest of the season, but Durocher is in for next year. in BATTING .700 ENGLISH, Ind. - Beverly Harmon, 11-year-old player on the English Little League baseball team, wears an anguished expression as she watches the opposing pitcher in Wednesday's game. She hit a double, walked once, and struck out the third time but it didn't change her current batting average, a whopping .700. The game was a scheduled practice with Spring Valley. (AP Wirephoto) and Charlie Neal of Los Angeles, and Tony Taylor of Philadelphia, an immediate move from within! the International League to go Battle infielders; Orlando Cepeda of San j major league." Francisco, Roberto Clemente ofj I" Montreal, League President Pittsburgh, Vada Pinson of Cin-j Frank Shaughnessy said the story cinnati and Musial as outfielders, w'as "speculation." Musial, Cepeda and White all| have played both first base and in j the outfield. The National League's starting lineup will have Del Crandall of Milwaukee, catcher: Joe Adcock, Milwaukee, first base; Bill Mazeroski, Pittsburgh, second base; Ernie Banks. Chicago, shortstop; Ed Mathews, Milwaukee, third base; and Hank Aaron, Milwaukee, Willie Mays, San Francisco, Akins Suffers Another Defeat LOUISVLILE, Ky. (AP)-Veteran welterweight Virgil Akins blames a "bad cold" for his lack- For Rome Trip SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — The j rowers, probably me most anony- I mous and most dedicated athletes in American sports, today began a three-day battle on Onondaga Lake for the right to represent Uncle Sam in the Rome Olympics. A record field of 76—two more Hitting Pitcher Aid Pirate Cause than in 1956—was entered in the seven events of the Olympic trials during the day. By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer When the other contenders start i getting beat on three-run homers Pittsburgh Milwaukee San Francisco Los Angeles St. Louis Cincinnati Philadelphia Chicago 4(> 40 39 38 38 35 32 29 .622 .548 .527 .507 .500 .473 .421 .403 5% 7 8^ 9 11 15 16 fielders. and Bob Skinner, Pittsburgh, out-) -\ve could have canceled our appearance if it hadn't been for the benefit," he said after the fight. luster performance against un-| The winners of today's heats beaten Luis Rodriguez before a j with a few exceptions, qualify forj the Friday semifinals. Four crews < nationwide TV audience. Jackson's Wins Doubleheader MURRAYVILLE — The Jackson softball team scored a double win in the Central Illinois Softball League here Wednesday Balding Leads Canadian Open Wednesday Results Chicago 10, St. Louis 1 Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 2 (N) Philadelphia 8, Milwaukee 5 (N 10 innings) Los Angeles 10, San Francisco 0 Thursday Games St. Louis at San Francisco Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N) Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Friday Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia 2 (N) Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N) St. Louis at San Francisco (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 165 or more at bats) — Gentile, Baltimore, .333; Runnels, Boston, .332. by pitchers, Charlie, it's time to! Runs — Mantle, New York, 67; start getting excited about those Pittsbu»gh Pirates in the National League race. And the time is now. Gene Conley, a one-time Mil- Mans, New York, 53. Runs batted in — Maris, New York, 68; Gentile, Baltimore, 57. Hits — Runnels, Boston, 93; will comprise the final field in> each event Saturday. (waukee right-hander, tagged a I i two-out homer with two on that i gave Philadelphia an 8-5, 10-inning TORONTO (AP) — Al Balding, victory over the second place Doubles — Skowron, New York, iwho has had indifferent luck on Braves Wednesday night. And 19; Runnels, Boston and Lollar, Chicago 17. Triples — Aparicio and Fox, Chicago, 6; Snyder, Kansas City it~u \_ vv.ni »jtAi-v*i \^w.,j • , • • --— ..—••• .-,-., . +^ t v*»v-u *» *_uut;oua^ lUglJL* niiu i m •. • , i «•» ^» i f The spotlight was on the more | the pro golf trail the last several: right-hander Stan Williams socked I „ Mantle - New '. YorK ' Ji Promoter Bill King set aside 35 per cent of the gross gate receipts for the widow and six children of popular Louisville welterweight Rudell Stitch who drowned night. In the first game. Jackson's downed Jacksonville 5-3 and in the nightcap nopped a 12-5 win I glamorous two of the seven events—the eights, in which California and Harvard were favored, and the single sculls in which Navy Lt. Harry Parker was the stickout. recently in a heroic attempt to Four years ago in Australia, the save a friend. The crowd of 995 paid $2.739 Wednesday night to watch Rodri- U.S. won three championships, two seconds and one third. California, winner of the Syra- years, hopes his luck has finally ia three-run shot while blanking L H ° me r ^~ ^ I s ' N ^' Y ° r *' r-hflnp-^l ithirH r,, Q ™ *„„ !?.„„„:„_ ™ 27; Mantle, New York and Lemon, changed. : third The 36-year-old Toronto shot-:three place San Francisco on hits as the Los Angeles smith posted an 8-under-par 64 to | Dodgers clobbered the Giants 10-0. lake the first round lead Wednes-, day in the Canadian Open Golf Championship at the suburban St. George's Club. He goes into to| day's second round with a one- stroke lead over Don January of game sent lead, he Pirates the largest of the season in the majors. They made it with a 5-2 victory over Cincinnati — breaking up Bob Purkey's two-hit shutout in a five-run guez win a unanimous decision it-use— IRA and Harvard's veteran Dallas who blew a chance for aj e j gnm capped by Bob Skinner's string to 29. Akins' mark dropped sweepswingers, were rated just a [tie on the final hole, shade over Cornell's two crews,] Balding also bettered the com- run to 51-25-1. [Navy's varsity and unbeatenjpetitive course record of 65 set by over the same team. i Mrs. Stitch received $958.90 plus I plebes, Washington. Pennsylvania, i E. J. (Dutch) Harrison of Bob Johnson struck out 12! a check for $100 from TV annouc-jBrown. Syracuse Alumni Rowing!Louis, when he won Jacksonville batters in the first er Jai.-k Drees. Assn., the Detroit Boat Club and;Open in 1949. I inside-the-park grand slam home St.! T1BUI1 Oi 01. ... --, the Canadian * lth Eme ^ home run and game as Jackson's grabbed a 3-1 Referee Paul Matchuny scored! Union Boat C'lub of Boston. There arc , about 30 players lead in the third inning and add-;' 1 48 -4 ;i for Rodriguez and bothi The short distance makes it an'within easy striking distance of ed two more in ihe fourth forjJ U( tePs, Henry Sadlo and Harlow; event almost any crew can win. i Balding, including another Cana the win. I Edwards, made it 48-42. The As-(All races in the trials were overldian surprise, 25-year-old Al John- The last place Chicago Cubs, hitting his 25th George Altman driving in six runs with two horn- Washington, 20. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chicago, 19; Landis, Chicago, 11. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) — Coates, New York, 9-0, 1.000; B. Daley, Kansas City, 12-4, .750. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, 105; Pascual, Washington, 92. National League Batting (based on 165 or more at bats) — Mays, San Francisco, .362; Larker, Los Angeles, ,.345. Runs — Mays. San Francisco, 6(j; Skinner, Pittsburg, 57. Runs batted in — Banks, Chica- Conley (5-4), who also pitched j go, 74; Mays, San Francisco, 64. two perfect innings of relief for' Hits — Groat, Pittsburgh, 106; Another baseball note — The writers around the league have labeled Sully Hcmus, Cardinal field manager, as a nervous nelly. Many of them claim that Hemus Is quick to push the panic button and very sel- dom lets players work out of slumps. Hemus has a bad press and his actions sometimes make him look a little silly. The decisions are not always his own, but come, out of the front office by way of Bin* Devlne. Chris Karamasines and the Chizler will return to the Alton Dragway July 23 to shoot for another world's record. Karamasines set the world record of 204 miles per hour for one shot down the 1.320 strip about three months ago. He will compete against Lou) Cangalose for top honors. Dan Murphy, the $135,000 bonus baby recently signed by Three AL Rookies Make Team BOSTON — The I860 American League All-Star team was completed Tuesday with the naming of the entire team by Mamigrr Al I/>pfz of the Chicago White Sox. Two members of the star-studded team are a pair of "Kiddie Korps" players from the surprising Baltimore Orioles, tn all, 22 players were named. Along with the two Oriole youngsters is another rookie from the Cleveland Indians. The Freshmen, righthand- er Chuck Estrada, 22, and first baseman Jim Gentile, 28, of the Orioles and relief pitcher Dick Stigrnan, 24, of the Cleveland ins, were named Tuesday. The announcement came here through Uie American League The league-leading New York terviewed by Jack BrJckhou«e|P over a local Chicago TV station placed seven players on the and' B^khou^r^ked- tnTS -^ »»"* wUI T '* ^ year-old phenom how long he tonal League counterpart at has been shaving? I* 8 ™ 1 * : 'V" y " Md * NW Murphy replied, "Since 1 was ;York_Juiy 12 years old." Brickhouse came back with, "When did you start using a blade in the razor?" South Americans Challenge Palmer in British Open ST. ANDREWS, Scotland lAP) —Arnold Palmer, bidding for golf's triple crown, today cocked a wary eye over his shoulder at two pace-setting South Americans. Palmer of Latrobe. Pa., who already has won the American Open and Masters, needs the British title to complete the big three. All the experts forecast that defending champion Gary Player of South Africa and Peter Thomson, a four-time winner ol this championship first played 100 years ago, would be Palmer's biggest rivals. They may still turn out to be exactly that—but Robert De Vicenzo, an Argentinian playing out of Mexico, and Fidel De Luca of Argentina were the men worrying the American champion as 74 players went tinto the second round of the 72-hole championship over the Old Course. Miguel of Spain, amateur A. G. Munro of England. Bernard Hunt of England and James Martin ofjf»j ew York. Scotland. Women Golfers Tee Off Today WARREN, Ohio. (AP) —Thirty | of the country's finest profes-j fessionals and 41 amateurs tee off today in the 72-hole medal play the team: pitcher Jim Coates Trumbull Women's Open Golf j and Whitey Ford and catcher El- Tournament. The amateurs in- ston Howard of the Yankees; pitchers Early Wynn and Gerry Three Teams Place Four Baltimore, the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland have four players each on the 30-man team whiie Detroit placed two and Kansas City and Washington one each. The team's eight starters were announced Saturday by baseball commissioner Ford Frick. Chosen by vote of the managers coaches and players, they will start both games and play at least three innings of each. starting eight: Yogi Berra, Bill Shrow- ron, New York, first base; Pete Runnels, Boston, second base; Frank Malzone, Boston, third base; Ron Hansen, Baltimore, shortstop; Minnie Minoso, Chicago left field; Mickey Mantle, New York, center field; and Roger Marris, New York, right field. Lota of White Sox The 22 players who complete De Vicenzo took a three-stroke j f or elude five state champions. The professionals will be shooting for $16,000 prize money, the largest bundle of cash ever offered in a Ladies Professional Golf Assn. event. First place will be worth $2,632. Par for Trumbull Country club's 846-yard course was changed to 73 Staley, cather Sherm Lollar, infielders Luis Aparicio and Nellie Fox and outfielder Al Smith of the White Sox; pitcher Bill Mon- bouquette and outfielder Ted Williams of the Red Sox; pitcher Estrada and infieldew Brooke Robinson and Gentile of Balti- tou'rn'anien! "which" endsi mo , re: P«*f r S%man and Gary lead over Palmer with a blister- Sunday . There win be an 18-hole Bel1 ' Inflelt *er Vic Power and ing first round of 67. De Luca, 38, and runnerup in the Argentinian round each day. Regular par for the course is 70. outfielder Harvey Kuenn of the Indians; pitcher Frank Lary and championship, was second in the Marjene B auer Hagge, of Del outfielder AJ Kaiine of the Ti- fioi/l \inth „ CO. i_ _ ... arers' nitrhpr RnH nulo\.- nl »h» field with a I Ray Beach, Fla., scored three The field of 74 will be cut to | birdies for a 70 in Wednesday's a maximum of 50 low scorers at i pro-amateur prologue to the tour the end of today. De Vicenzo led the field at the end of the first day with a 67. De Luca and Kel Nagle 6f Australia both had 69s. Palmer, Ken Bousfield of England, Peter Shanks of England, and Scottish amateur David Blair of Scotland all had 70s. Peter Mills of England had 71. At 72 were Gary'Player, South Africa, Peter Thomson, Australia, Leopoldo Ruiz, Argentina British Amateur champion Joe Carr of nament to pick up the lion's share of a $1,000 purse. She was paired with three amateurs — one man and two women — and the quartet wound up with a best-ball 57. The amateurs were playing with handicaps.. Second place money went to Ruth Jessen, of Seattle, who holded out a 175-yard iron shot for an eagle on the final hole for a per- tragic uu uju luim uuie mi a MCI- . . . ... sonnal 74 and a best-ball 58. 1S enjoying L one of h * fmest gers; pitcher Bud Daley of the Athletics and pitcher Camilo Pascual of the Senators. Kaline was the only player who did not place first or second in the balloting. He replaced Jimmy Piersall of the Indians, who finished second behind Mantle for the center field berth but was kept off the team at Cleveland Manager Joe Gordon's request. Gordon said the extra rest would do Piersall good. Piersal) Mickey Wright, of Bonita, Calif., Ireland, Harold Henning of South (who plays out of San Diego, and Africa, .Jose Maria Gonzalez ofJKathy Cornelius, of Lakeland, Brazil, Ralph Moffitt of England, |Fla.. each shot a 71—two under George Low of England, Angel'par for tournament play. I sons home last week to rest after be- involved in several In the second game Cal Johns sodated Press also was 48-42 for (the Olympic distance of 2,000 'slon from Montreal who shot a I th6 victory, hung the Braves' \ Mays, San Francisco, 104. Rodriguez. meters <l"i miles). '66. ' !lhird stra tent defeat on reliever! Doubles — Cunningham, St. —— _'— . Also at 66 were Paul Haniey of I Don McMahon (2-6) with his j Louis, 22; Mays, San Francisco, jWorchester. Mass.; Don Whitt, j second home run in the majors. 121. jBorrego Springs, Calif., and Art] Tony Gonzalez also homered for Triples — Pinson, Cincinnati,! and Johnson split the pitching chores. Jackson's got hot in the final three innings scoring five runs in the fifth and sixth and! added two more in the seventh.. The Jacksons have now won{ 10 out of the last 11 games I The team will travel to Colum-i bia for a game tonight. j Jackson's will host Wayne Co-| ops of Shipman tor a double- Aching Back Is Problem For 'New' Rafer Johnson «**«• whiff * Homers Help Sox, Cubs Wall Jr., Pocono Manor, Pa. I the seventh-place Phils, off Bob ; Buhl in a two-run first inning. The CHICAGO (AP) - A rash of Bruton, Milwaukee, Kirkland, San nome ^ carried Francisco and White, St. Louis, 7; White Sox and Cubs to impressive EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — The header at Roxana 7:30 p.m. Saturday. starting at i Olympic decathlon tryouts open (Friday with Rafer Johnson's back tile big question. If his back muscles, injured in FIRST GAME Jackkonville (S) Jackton's (6) Player AB R H Player AB R H an automobile accident last year, Aibell Clinton Hovey Waltnp Furlong 300 Win lien 3 300 B.Walking urlon Oldanettle 3 Cooarod 3 DM Vlnyurd 3 1 3 I 3 0 1 0 fiiu'her Met/ Simpson Overby Bar 10 the 100-meter dash, shotput, high jump and 400-meter run on Friday and the high hurdles, discus, pole vault, Javelin and 1,500-meter run Saturday. If Johnson's back does not hold. tne United States has 21-year-old 200 Turhcr 200 Johnson -' 0 \ can stand the holting of 10 track 0 and field events in two days, thel^avr' Edstrom standing in the 1 Uiuiud States may have another' wings. medal winner. Edstrom. another product The Sox trimmed the Indians in 17 Out of IS Larry Franklin. 10 - year - old! in ^ld hit hurler, for the Beavers in the Krebs League 8-10 year-old, hurled almost perfect ball in the Braves, who pulled off the NL's! wl11 - Chicago and Skinner, Pitts- victories Wednesday. first triple play in two seasons, j bu ^ gn ' 6 got a homer from Joe Adcock, I but blew a 5-4 lead behind reliever j Ron Piche on B. G. Smith's tying '« Williams (8-2), ninth, named to the All-Star team today, cracked his second major league home run in Alton Little Leagues action and j the fourth inning tor a 4-0 lead did wind up with a no-hitter Tues-i against loser Billy O'Dell (3-8i. day night. • Purkey (8-4) shattered his shut- O f! Franklin, son of Mr and Mrs. out against his ex-mates by fore Home runs - Banks, Chicago, j a Cleveland night game 7-5. Roy growing track factory of Ore- Norman Franklin, 535 7th St., ° ut l7 batters in six ing Pittsburgh's tying run with a: bases-loaded walk. 25 INNING: Jacksonville Jackson 1 * 123456? R 010200 0—3 0 3 0 '> 0 V *—5 i nig, lie went on to a world de- u i-aliilon record in 1958. Then came ! polnts ' all tune. He turned in 8,178 SECOND t.AML Jacksonville <8) Jai.-ki.un'> d'ti Player AB K H Plajei AB K H A«b*l! 402 Wimjen 4 Furlong 4 I 2 B Walkins, J Wftltrip 200 Fmcher Clinton 400 Met/ Old*netile 322 Simpson Polltrd - - - Goheen McNeely 4 4 3 l l Turnti 4 300 G.Wotfclllt 4 200 Baro 3 200 Johm a l Johni0n the car accident that forced him intu retirement until recently. He now appears recovered. in ('a hi jr*d&>»vUl«i 8 i 2 a o I o o s i2 The only better performances have been Johnson's 8,302 points in 1958, then a world record, and j Q ... ..„.. ..„—„ ...„.„„.. ^ g337 ucnieved by Russia's 4 i i in a recent meet at Modesto, | Vasj| K(uentiov 4 i •> Calii he threw the javelur 251 u ^^ j abt 0 i iwi. o 1 ;. uiches, a tremendous £ j heave considering that the 238 1 i,fc*t, 2 inches he achieved in 1938 _f J! J! | was the farthest any decathlon •fu ? j Performer ever had managed. 92 But Johnson has been avoiding 032000 i—"5 * 5 i competitive broad jumps, lest he ' jolt his back muscles out of kilter. ; This weekend will come the big tet>t. for Johnson not only must buiad jump, but also undertake Norb'e, Diering Win City Softball Game* Norb'h North«den> Diermt and East Alton scared wins Alton City Softball League play - (1-1) gave way to a lie did walk three, hut Uie amui- j in Uie eighth, but gained his first injj; thing was that Franklin ae-j major league victory. Gus Bell counted for every out in Uie en-|a»d Ed Bailey homered for Uie tin- bull game with strike outs i Reds' runs, with the exception of one butter j Banks' three-run homer won it who grounded out. The Beavers defeated the Godfrey Rookies 21-0. 'for the Cubs in the second inning against Bob Gibson (1-2) Glen Hobble (8-10i was the winner. 25; Aaron, Milwaukee, 22. Stolen bases — Mays, San Fran cisco, 19; Pinson, Cincinnati, 18. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) — Roebuck, Los Angeles, 6-1, .857; Williams, Los Angeles, 8-2, .800. Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los Angeles, 128; Friend, Pittsburgh, 103. Little League Ellengbrger Braves 34, Redbirds 11 Hawks 23, Bears 3 KrebH Foxes 8, Godfrey Giants 7 Jutteiuejer Sharks 23, Wolves 2 Godfrey won on a forfeit by the Redbirds. VACATION AT ECHO LAKE RANCH Mcut'c Northwdm handed Mid tons; Dienng Ford edit M and Ea»i Alton tup- workers M. B«II Blutaill Crappie Cetfiih BLUE RIDGE LAKE FISHING wt PICNIC <H MIlM Hc»t tad >H ft Nortli ol FMterburf. ..... U the place to many choose for a real vacation (In the foothills of the Ozarki), ID u beautiful valley, only 21 miles from St. Louis Pine sand and concrete beach for wading and swimming, new sun decks, diving docks. bout- Ing, fishing, hiking, movies, saddle horses shuttleboard. wiener roans, hillbilly golf and special ranch dancing. Rugged Owk country. CABIN ft 3 GOOD MEALS EACH DAY Lots of fun—for old and young WONDERFUL PLACE FOR CHILDREN FULL WtfcK WS Phone or write for illustrated (older glvlug nil~ " expense vacation rales information or reservations to St. Louis office. WASHINGTON <»> JK. 8-<WT8 Adultl 7&C Kldl SOC Drive out anytime II may be Just (be place you ttm looking for. Or try • complete ranch day outing—two tasty meals, swimming, dancing and ground privileges, only (2.751 Go out Highway 30 (Cravols) to west side ol High Ridge (16 miles from city limits). Turn right on Hghway PP to our sign. Turn left and continue to rauoti. • fcveuiogs or weekends phone ranch Esivv (1496 Keep this id 8 OAV6ALL-»|0 EXPENSE '• Less for Children FINE FOR A FAMILY PIONIO OR SWIM OATC INJOY MANY and Buwell Rtofce, Owner* IAKI OP THI OZAftKS t Swimming ***** • *»!• Bailed Ultra-modern Mblm lit lake level UiGHWAY f M MiS«OURI Hood ttiver OL 44UQ PiMWM flttilde 1-1118 Sievers' two-run homer in the ninth inning provided the margin after Gene Freese' blast in the eighth had tied the score. The defeat ended the Tribe's winning streak at five games, dropping the club two games behind the first place Yankees. The Sox gave Early Wynn a 3-0 lead in the first two innings, but the Indians knocked him out in the fourth with a five-run rally topped by Woodie Held's three-run homer. Gerry Staley, who entered the game in the sixth, got the victory. He retired the first 11 batters to face him. ments. The Sox will send Billy Pierce (7-3) against Jim Perry (9-3) tonight in Cleveland. Ernie Banks and George Altman uncorked homer power to lead the Cubs to a 10-1 triumph over St. Louis. Banks slugged his No. 25 off starter and loser Bob Gibson, a rookie righthander, in the second inning with El Tappe and Glen Hobble on base. Altman slammed a pair of successive three-run homers. His first came in the seventh to ruin the major league debut of rookie Ed Bauta after Banks had singled and Ed Bouchee walked. In the eighth Altman duplicated the blow after Banks had walked and Bouchee had singled. The Cubs are at Los Angeles tonight with Mark Freeman (34) facing the Dodgers' Don Drysdale (5-10). Gigantic Water Ski Show I presented by the Upper Alton Wins Upper Alton rolled over Fosterburg 11-0 in Senior Church League softbail play Wednesday night at the Henry St. diamond. Three I League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (Wednesday Rc*ultn) Cedar Rapids 5, Topeka 2 Green Bay 4, Fox Cities 1 Des Moines 3, Sioux City 1 Lincoln 8, Burlington 6 NOW OPEN! Till fTOBE SKI PALS OF ALTON •powered by tfw Rlvir SMHtHin'i Oluk Sunday, July 10, >t80 p.m. Sportwtuw Club Lak* Godfrey Road— l AfU* North ol Alum. FREE DANCI fc!0 Ml. Kitchen Opon I too PJf. CflmxmUam «o Grounds. AMilWUON . Me to »4vuw - 7le •! Ibf Ml* Co/Una Inc. A4v«ww Tinted AvollttM* Iran MamlMn of Bat* Clubi. 40 MworiivlUt M. WOOP ftivu Complete FRONT END ALINEIENT

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