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THURSDAY. JULY 14. 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTY-THREE Musial's Poke Helps NL Win, 6-0 Blasts Hit ByMathews, Mays, Boyer NEW YORK (API—They'll be talking about thp second All-Star game for ypars to come. Not so much liccfiii«e the Na tlotwls won It for an unprecedented sweep of fhp two-ypHr old rwo- Sjanir midsummer set to narrow th< Americans' over-all margin to NEW YORK -, National League's Willie Mays steals third base in first inning of 29th Ail-Star game in Yankee Stadium Wednesday. Third baseman M.4THEWS CROSSES PLATE NEW YOKK — National League's fid .Matheus crosses home plate in sec- Olid inning of All-Star game at Yankee Stadium Wednesday to score home run. Seorint; ahead of him was Joe Adeock, left. Reaching out to shake hands is next batter, Bill Mazeroski. (AP Wire- photo.) NL Had Americans Didn't Box Score N*KW YORK fx>x Not so much hceaiisp for only the third time since, its inception in 1933 has an All-Star game ended in a shutout, such as Wednes-, clay's R-0 victory, or for thp third flmp havp four home runs been* hit by one club. i Not so much because for the jserond time in three days was the 'viftory credited to a Pittsburgh I ilcher. Bob Friend won in Kansas City Monday- and Vernon J.HW won in New York Wednesday. Not so much because in winning. NI, Manager Waller Alston 1 accomplished, within 10 months, a j urund slam in baseball by winning' a pomiHnt. a World .Series and two 1 .All-Star games, or because in los- i ing, AL Manager AI I^opez suf-j fered his sixth All Star loss, two as a player, one as a. coach, and three as a manager. The 38,362 paying customers in official Yankee Stadium will long remem- Harve . v Haddix. the little Pitts' a , or ber the second 1960 All-Slar game bllr K h l^'-hander who pitched 12 ecause of the heroics of three perlecl ilulin K s anrl stm couldn't e a 1 1 y superlative Dei-formers. hpnt Milwaukee a year ago. opeas In tlM Sport life toy JACK BARB V!V Sports Editor WILLIE SWIPES THIRD Frank Malzone takes late throw from catcher Yogi Berra. Umpire Is Tom Gbrman. (AP Wirephoto.) Haddix, Pirates Battle Milwaukee NEW YORK (APi — National of the NL sluggers, you'd have to go with Willie Mays and Mays cf Pmson cf League 3." American League go with Willie Mays and Slanj' . .. 3. National League ti, American!Musial. ; ' P 6 "* 1 ... Aaron rf £ KUP ,L in* i - Ma>s ' ""' *'" Kranrisco ;hCiemen.e rf The 19MJ All-Siar pum-s an- Gi ;in ts' brilliant center fielder.! R,.,,,^ ss over and the NL won 'em bothIxxlnpjvd AL pitchers for six hits|j roa j ss Is the National really that much;,,, lrjl . ttto games — his second j ^t-ock 1 b better than the AL'.' All-Star homer, a triple, a doubleU vhit ' lh "Hell no!" said T«J \\ illiam* as'nnd three .singles. he dri.'ssed after Wednesday's shutout defeat in Yankee Stadium KU.XS just aren't that; I mean lhe\ an 1 nut Dial I 1 0 0 3 0 ro A RBI PO A -, , -, i, three players who belong on any! )ne second half of the 19W) ^ason n n f) n 1 All-Star team in any generation- ton 'B h) shooting for his fifth vi c 1020 W»«> Mays. Stan Musial, and Ted tory in a row against the Braves. ' " "Milwaukee five saves behind 000 0 : Williams. ?, 0 0 0 ?, 0 0 0 1 000 1 (l •> 0 Uiiplk'Hle* Feat 0 Willie the Magnificent, back in :i New York where he last played ! kLarkcr 1 b Musial, the old guy of the St.' Mathevvs :ib Cardinals. l>eat out an in- j lj(l|(| , )h sw|l)((ld ,, js s) _ x|h A|| . much better than us that they should take Ijoth aame.s." said the Boston Red Sox' Big f ji.iy. Then he laughed. "Hcli, I guess they xvere saying the same thing 2<1 years, ago. when we were racking them up." Al Lopez, Chicago White Sox Manager wlxj skippered the AL Star borne run in two pinch-hit appearances while playing his 18th Boyer :!h Mazeroski 2b Neal 2b Taylor 1'b Crandall <: •and 19th games, a record. Musial. at :$. put one of Gerry'S. Williams p Sla ley's pitches deep in the third'ClMusial -deck at Yankee Stadium, just in-:Jackson p side the foul pole. "And'I really Bailey c j wasn't trying to hit one," he said. 1-aw p 1 "The- way I've been hitting late- Podre.s p All-Stars, said he couldn't set- a' >> • ' J us < SW '"K tor »»** nits -" t^l^f ° great change between the Nation- "It must have made him quite als of today and the Nationals of!happy." said Williams, tongue in' : yesteryear, when h was ML All- cheek. ; Star catcher. ' As lor his own pinch hit single; 1 0 ,'i 0 0 '2 0 0 3 1 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 n o o :; 00000 11110 00000 10000 10000 00000 20002 00000 00000 Milwaukee, five gaves behind the front-running Pirates in thei National League, counters with; iits ace lefty, Warren Spahn. a fel- loxv who used to beat the Pirates as regularly as the Braves beat By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League *I Kinda Liked That,' Said Musial NEW YORK <APi — At 39. Stan! !Musial acknowledged today thati he couldn't keep going forever. i "When you hit a home run ini an All-Star game, it makes you! feel a lot younger than you are," he said. He added he's not think- jing in terms of quiting. I Musial grinned as he thought of the seventh inning of Wednesday's game when fie blasted a homer MoMli -South Game i The North-South prep All-] unrnr will be resumed after! a 13-year layoff in 'he 1'rbnfiai Ainiorj Saturday night. lit 111* 1 Mill IIIH' I <>f V. I 4 t . The iclen m lit.' con!•••.( is to pit the 10 best ex-high school cagni's aienm.tt each other in ihe bailie of the blue «n(l max. The North tpani which is also the liivoriie \\ill be paced bx All-Slaters i ieow Wilson of Marshall and I>inie MilK al«-o fiom Chicago. The South although a smaller team will rely upon Gene Tumi. Merrill, Dave Pike, West' Frankfort and Rich William* of Granite City. Coach Spin Slario, now coach of Chicago Teachers' College who coached Marshall High School to the title this year, j will handle the northern Miuad | and Barney Oldfield, McKen- idrec College coach, will handle j Ihe southern team. Tip off time it- slated for S p.m. lie n Id football cpuch, Loui* I'olovich, has rpsign- ed his postilion at Benld High School ami will roach and touch at l-itchfield Junior High Srhool In September. The Bpnld job in Mill vacant. Stun The Man Stan Musial had one of his finest moments in baseball as a result of hitting a pinch home member of this ye»f • All. Star club, crltlct came out with their of hlo being over the hill. Musial got a pinch single in the Kansas City tilt Mon- rlfi\ Htul coupled with the home run blow in the final star tilt, t h>- ninn has proved that the lesped and admiration that the fans have for him at every hall park in the country is de- ^ei \ of). .Musial again proves a point, theif are players and then there are. a few out.<taiiding playirs. The apple of Gussie Busch's eye certainly looks like a champion and will not let his fans down. Barbara Slobe Beats Titlist In Trans-Miss CINCINNATI G\P>— If there ;ire any complaints about the 30th iinmiiil women's Trans-Mississippi irolf tournament, they must be coming from Texas. The Lone Star State, qualified three girls for the championship flight, but the pairings placed them so close together only one will be left when today's third round is finished. They will have killed each other off. Wanda Sovvoll of Tyler, Tex., eliminated Sandra Palmer of Fort Worth Wednesday. Today she faced another foe from her own •slate, tiny Sandra Haynie of Austin, who was the hottest shooter in the field in Wednes- ' w2 'n Musial who Is in the twil.gh, i of „,. parwr . |ms , mfl an u|)hi|| day's second round. Miss Haynie hjgh schoo] to help the Natfohal League de-j" .„ „ " *"** n "- VI "^ * '" K " scn001 KI * , r n , ^ • , • battle all season long. Mnny;j or , s twice Texas state rhamn .•I. O.K. f ea t fro American League 6-0 in , , . , . ' . xas slare cnani P 0 iron nght-hamter Frank The N ,, U . Yo ,. k „,„)„„• Lo» A,».te s . in _ n ... ,.. „. . 5-3 in the first I960 All-Star Cincinnati . ,. , VJ __ .. '_...... game in Kansas City. Then the Phi ade plua -.. „, . *"* Wlth Chust8 ° 000 0 San Francisco special also stole . .. •,_*-•. ... . ,,. . . T . ' . ,, .,,.„. : respite started.-ftjjwday when the: St. Louis 001 2 a base. In center field. Willie was:., 5 i . "T . »i A • c- r " . ... . „ ,. , < National League beat the Amen- San Francisco 1021 his magnificent self, making four . ' b in _ n ... ,.. „. . . . n A^r i ^. - All-Str inati O'putouts. One was on a 42o-foot . . .... »„ n _ j~, 0 smash bv Mickey Mantle to deep 0 center which he made look easy. 0 Mays, who also cracked three; 3 0 hits-a single, double, and triple 1 -in the first game, now shows aj li-438 Ail-Star average on 14 hits ! O m 32 at bats. 0 The only penton not excited I Louls ' and Los Angeles, the hot- 4a 30 .620 •13 34 .538 41 38 .319 39 .513 41 40 Si "When I xvenl past Solly Hemus (third base coach i I said to him: 'I kinda liked that'." over the W. L. Pet. u.o. feat the American League ^-w ... . , . . — the baseball classic. e n w - vm « the mnn ls ' al the age of 17. Miss Sowell is 5 8 8'a. S'.a 42 47 .313 hill and should retire (he current Texas public links still champ. Wednesday's second ha>. prestige leit. round brought the elimination of Musial was benched in the i the defending champion, Ann Musial now has played in 19 All- L . a| . d you|h m(JVI>menl about a I Casey Johnstonr of Mason City, Iowa. She was a 3 and 2 victim |of blonde Barbara Slobe, 20, a 30 46 a makeup, comes into Milwaukee goes to iia, Chicago is at St. 0 : about Mays' performance was , . ' * AfHefl "* n "They had a few sluggers then, i in Wednesday's game. Williams! 111 " 01 * ' too," he sad. '"But "if there is a said. "Tliere wasn't much on thei e '' l f '' unnels test team in the NL, is at San ! Francisco. change, I'd say the An lerican pitch tby Larry Jackson > arid ll League has gone more for pitch- didn't get much on it, either." |' ing lately and the National has Walt Alston of the Los Angeles! _^..^_ p , gone more for sluggers, iJodgers and NL manager, said, | "And our hitting just wasn't as "There was not big secret to uurj 36 6 10 6 27 10'Willie himself. AB R H KBI I'D A "Can't let it go to my head,"; ^ me American League, action j 20001 0 'he said. "When I find myself feel- j resumes Friday with New York,; 101000 i"S Kood about something 1 done, < in front b - v '"* games, at Detroit, j 1 0 0 0 0 0 I remember that next day could' Washington at second-place Cleve-, ( •• (i n o u 1 be a bad one. And. man. I have land - Baltimore at Chicago, and: 00001 1 had some bad ones. Some were' 80810 " at Kansas City. 01030 s0 could cry." 00000 At a nearby cubicle in the win- their's in these two u inning either ga/nr. We got rlu good as games." mts when w If you had to pick out just two they didn't." needed them, and Mantle cf Skowron Ib State Prep Stars Tune Up for All-Star Game CHAMPAIGN, 111. state's top high school basketball stars last season have swung into mid-summer action to prepare forj the 1960 renewal of the North- South All-Star (Jame a! the Urbana Armory Saturday night. Power Ib Berra c I^uIJar c Mdlzone 3b Lary p i Smith Bell p Hansel) ss Ford p a Kuenn The South as selected by a poll of Wynn p 40103 Q,ning team's clubhouse was anoth- l' 0 1 0 6 0 er smiling player, the ageless Mu- 20005 1 sial. 20004 1 "You knoxv," he xvas saying, "I 01000 really had a feeling I was goin; On May 26, 1959, Haddix pitched the unprecedented 12 perfect innings agaiast the Braves, then lost in the 13th on one hit. HcdiieMlay Ite-sults National League All-Stars 6, American League All-Stars U. Thursday Games Milwaukee at Pittsburgh IN) Only game scheduled Friday Games Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N) Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N) Chicago at St. Louis (N) Los Angeles at San Francisco Ni Saturday Gtune* Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Chicago at St. Louis Los Angeles at San Francisco Milwaukee at Philadelphia (Ni 4ii'> I2i« Star games and holds a fistful .. .40. i/ «• * i month ago. 420 1C : °' records. He has hit more home 393 17'- •'' uns man anyone (61, hit for more total bases I39> and has the at-bats (571. The slar personally staved t>'P'st from Waukegan, 111., the „ ., . ,, That left Mary Ann Downey of "Nineteen All-Star games." Mu- i '^tumty presenied itself. Baltimorp Md » M thp ^ sial mused. "Imagine that. 1 don't i i " nce retu ™ m K '" " le Card former winner of the Trans-Miss. think some of those kids on the hneu v hp nas been ontl of lhp still in the field. Miss Downey who WQn jn jg-j had to ^ lg team were 19 years old (they all were over 19». "But I've still got my enthusiasm and that counts a lot." Liston Readies 'Sleep Potion' club's steadiest hitter*. When Alminger Wdlter Alston picked him to be u holes to win from Diana Hoke of | Pittsbiu'gh, Pa. 2 L' 0 0 0 1 II 002 000 u o ii 2 to hit a home. 1 can't explain 0 wn y you feel that way. But you 0 do " 1 Stan, at 39, and playing in his « Sager's, Norb's n ^ Split Games s|)orls editors throughout state. The game is being held in Fox 2b Total* Nexx York Cleveland Chicago Baltimore 000001 Stan, at 39, and playing in his * Detroit •1020 2 4,Wth All-Star game, xvas referring Sager's and Norb's Northsid- Washington 00000 Ojto the home run he hit as a pinch,ere split a softball doublehead-! Boslon " " " er at Watertoxver diamond Wed- j Kansas City nesday night, Sager's winning thej i first game. 8-2, and Norb's com- 1 100000; hitter off Gerry Staley of 0 0 0 0 0 0^ m tne seventh inning. 301001 Ted Hits Single American League U. L. Pet. <i.B. .600 .568 .;w7 .342 .487 .487 .385 .377 17 Ollt for 1< ' ol ' (l '" 33 0 8 37 IS The 41-year-old Boston Red Sox i ing back with a 1-0 decision. b-' slugger didn't disappoint the fans, I In the first game Jack Rhoades! The game, is the first of its kind {reeled Marshall High School of to be staged since 1947 and pairs K"hi<'"go to two slate champion- the top 10 prep stars 'from th<-! ships, is directing the North squad North against Ihe top 10 from the;''faded by the same li-8 giant, __ . George Wilson, who sparked his junction with the Clwmpaign cen-|struck out for Podres in 5th; c-|either. He slashed a hard singlejwas the winning pitcher, giving singled for Wynn in 5th; d-honi-Uo right as a pinch hitter jn the 'up five hits, walking three ;ind, ered for S. Williams in 7th; e-sin- 1 bottom half of the seventh. It was I striking out six. Carl Wohnlichj gled for Minoso in 7th; f-ran for I one of the eight hits given up by i was the loser. Clary White hit a j lennial celebration. Isadore (Spin* Salario. who di- French Open Crown Goes To deVic'enzo two stale titles. James (Barney* Ihe past three seasons head coach at McKendree College, is direct- tremendous home run for the: like Musial, is j winners ;tnd Pete Cambrbn chip- T. Williams in 7th: g-walked for!six NL pitcher's. Staley in 7th; h-walked for Aaron J Williams who, in 8th: i-Hit into double play for!playing his last year, noxv has 14iped in with txvo doubles. Banks in 8th: j-popped out for^hits, which include four home In the second game Tom Mar-| Lary in 8(h; k-walked for White* runs, 12 runs batted in, and 10 quis allowed four hits in winning, j Oldfield. for in 8th. runs scored in 18 All-Star appear-!He struck out six and walked! National 021 000 102—finances. two. Butch Rister. his opponent. American 000 000 000—0 The only American Leaguer to;gave up live hits, struck out six ing the South team. K-None. DP-La\v, Banks and have more than one hit was Han- [ and walked one. The North is given a decided Adcoc-k: Banks, Neal and White;'sen. The rookie shortstop had two Friday night Sager's travels to edge going into the game on thei Fox. Hansen and Power. LOB-Na- singles on top of a hit in the first Granite City for a game against, basis of Us extreme height, H-U's'tional 5, American 12. game. Granite City Steel. Saturday average per man, with 6 of the! 2b-Lollar. HR-Mathexvs, Mays, The other National League horn-i night Sager's hosts St. Charles 10 on the squad 6-6 or taller. Musial. Boyer. SB-Mays. S-Henry. ers we '' p nit by Milwaukee's Ed-1 Moose in a doubleheader at Wat- 45 30 43 33 44 3.") 45 38 37 39 37 39 30 48 29 48 Tliurkday Games No games scheduled Friday Games Washington at Cleveland (N) Baltimore at Chicago (N) New York at Detroit (Ni Boston at Kansas City IN) Saturday (James Washington at Cleveland Baltimore at Chicago New York at Detroit Boston at Kansas City (N) Tlirw I l.eii){iie Bj IHU ASSOCIAIliU PRESS Cedar Rapids 8, Sioux City 5 Lincoln 8. (ireen Bav 0 DENVER (API —Sonny Liston j says his sleep potion is prepared; for Zora Folley \vho's scheduled: to light the Philadelphia knockout artist for 12 rounds Monday night 2iJill the Denser Coliseum. 3 "Folley talks aboul going 12; 4 'rounds," Liston scoffed at a train-' 8'^iing session Wednesday. "I'll see> S'iilthal he don't go 12 rounds — I'll | IG'/ijgive him the sleep potion." ' Your Car, Family and Personal Safety Benefit When You Deal WitfilJs 74* HERE'S WHAT WE DO ADJUST BRAKES PARIS (AP) - Roberto de Vi- OMfield's South squad has two cenzo of Mexico City is the new „„,„ 64i o| . , a || ei . Kol . d (L) French Open golf champion but • In tne firs , wopkom Wednesday i Wynn IP II R ftlathews and St. Louis' Ken j ertower at 7 and 9. St. Charles 5 3 3 Boyer. Mathexvs, in the midst of!is undefeated. Burlington 6-12, Des Moines 0-5 i in the ring.' The slumber drug is a knockout j punch embraced in Liston's I4\'a\ inch left fist. The potion, usually applied with a left hook, has sent to dreamland 20 of Liston's oppo-j nents in 30 bouts. He's lost only' one. Folley, a slick boxer from j Chandler, Ari/., says little about j the approaching bout that may give the winner a title shot at' heavyweight Champion Floyd Patterson. Lislon is rated No. 1 and, Folley No. 2 in the latest Ring magazine. "1 never look at the record book." Folley said of Liston's impressive knockout performance. "I just fight my fight when 1 get i brak* lin- in* MM! wfaMl cyl- ina*m. wld fluid Mid precision ad- jutt ADJUST ALIGNMENT Correct c**t«r and camber and toe-in • nd toe-out to manufacturer'* specification*. BALANCE FRONT WHEELS Precision balance both front wheela and install all ary the talk of European fairways isj t h e North looked particularly a copper - skinned Indian fronij.^.,,.,, as tn( , y H ,I (I , JW J jmmediale- South Africa with the romantic i ly to salario's free-lance style of .name of Sewsunker Sewgolum. offense, with H-7 Lawrence (Bum- Every professional pales when |pv , Nixon of Qalesburg, and they see Sewsunker strike a hall.i gu . mls John Uve of Ottawa. 6-5 He uses the cross-handed grip.(and Rick Falk of Galva, 6-0 par- hitting right-handed but with his|, ic , u | a| . s t a ,,d m ,, s . left below his right on the clubi Jp|Ty s]oun t -. rj f| , om jvj,;| jPans . shaft. He makes no preense a|bo ro . one of the Smith's most proper swing. stance and standard; sought-after prep performers the past season, and M Bill Pidwords Staley Lary Bell Law rW) Podre.s S. Williams Jackson Henry McDaniel 2 0 0 0 a batting slump which caused Al- 221 11 sfon *° drop him from second to 110 flis'*" 1 '" (np hatting order, hit his 1 '2 '> 2|°H losing pitcher Ford in the sec- 210 0; on( ' inning after a single by team- 210 01 male Joe Adcock. 2200 '^e best showing of any of the 110 0|f |ve American League pitchers i 1200 1100 RB-Lary 1, Bell 2, Podres 3, S. was made by Early Wynn, 40, Chicago right-hander. He retired six straight batters in the two in- Williams 1, Jackson 2. SO-Ford I,j»ii8s ' 1P worked. Wynn 2, Law 1, Podres I, S. Wil- The National used 26 players, a He winds up and lets 'er rip— „( Windsor were two immediate lianis 2 U-Chylak (A). Boggess : word, and the American 21. The and she rips pretty good. standouts in the south scrimmage i (Ni, llonochick (A), Gorman iN>,. 0 "l>' player who didn't see action He shot rounds of (59-72-74-72 for (baches expect I o name their I Stevenson (A), Smith (Nl. T-2:42.' i » ''ithi-r game was southpaw Dick 287 in the French Open at St. ;!ilal |, ng |j n , H ,, )s ;i fi er tne Thurs- A-38,362. SIigiuaii of Iho Cleveland Indians Cloud Golf Club. This was well| f j ay prae (jce. enough to put him high among the leaders, although the title vvasi won by De Viceiuo with 273 lor, 1'i holes. The Argentine-born pro from Mexico City put on a powerful closing burst, shooting 65, in llif final round tor a three-stroke victory over Bill Johnston of Provo, Utah., and Leopoldo Rut-: of Argentina, who tied for second at 278. Sewgolum, amazingly, was in contention until the final round. "I believe a man should swing a club the best way he knows how," lays Sewsunker. "I've never had a lesson. 1 started su ing- ing this way. It's comfortable, su 1 keep it." Bowling BOWL INN Mixed Wall, Soiifhak Lead Favorites in Western Baseball 200 bowlers £. Arbuthnot 256, A. Schmidt 205, L. East 214 B. Cason 212-210-19^ (618), J. Hunkins 2UO, B. Becker 203. Mixed No. t DETROIT (AP) -Art Wall Jr.j and Mike Souchak, riding two of I golf's hottest streaks, headline a classy field of 161 that tees off today in the 135,000 Western Open Golf Tournament. Wall, the man with the magic touch around the greens, was 19 High gunies -B. Baptist 237 j strokes under par last week in ibOti), M. Kugel 151, H. Cole-1 winning the Ceuiadian Open. A man 181, D. CoJemao 204. Wednewtoy fttltod Nu. « High games-H. Bock 189, E. Burtow 214, K. Boone 170-190 (505i, D. Stelger 1U2, J. Coleman 174-171, L,. Steiger 211-216 4 few days before, he finished in a second-place tie in the Flint Open. Souchak won that one, holing u seven-foul putt (run the 18th green in the final round fur a one- stroke Victory. 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