Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1960 · Page 14
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PAGE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 15,1980 North Meets South in Star Game Champaign Is Host Saturday CHAMPAIGN, til. <AP> — The extreme height advantage of the 1 North squad in Saturday's North- 1 South nil-star prep basketball; K-'tnie at the Urbana Armory is! not as much in evidence in thej starting lineup named by Coach Spin Salario Thursday. j The five starters Salario has! drsjRiiated, \\ho arc the top five! vote-getters in a sports editors poll to name the squads, average! just over 6-3 per man. Heading the group is 6-8 George Wilson, who was a key man on Salario's two state championship teams at Marshall of Chicago. Wilson will be at one forward and 6-7 Lawrence (Bumpy) Nixon of Galesburg at the other. Bernie Mills, a 6-7 standout from Chicago Dunbar, is at center with high scoring Rich Folk of Galva, a 6-0 ace, and 6-4 John Love of Ottawa at the guards. The South squad, which averages only 6-3'« as compared to 6-6 for the North, has a starting lineup which averages just under 6-5. It doesn't have the big front line but has overall balance in height. South Coach Barney Oldfield. McKendree college coach, left thej stalling lineup up to a vote of the j players because, he says, "there I would br hardly any difference in any lineup you might choose". The lineup selected was composed of 6-5 Stan Luechtefeld of' Okawville and 6-4 Don Brooks ofj East St. Louis at the forwards,! 6-6 Gene Turni of Herrin at center, and 6-5 Jerry Sloan of McLeansboro and 6-0 Bill Edwards of Windsor at the guards Giants Hope Matliews, Braves To Rebound r»« r»« . Against LA Rl P Pll * ates < SAN FRANCISCO lAPi-Shou- down testing of tho slumping San (• tto iportllte hv JACK B\RB\N ' Sports B.v KU WILK9 cus mentioned the slump he was Awwrialerl Prpxx Sports Writer living to shake—and showed signs Krt Mathews WHS in a slump so of shaking it by belting a two-run , Francisco Giants opens tonight ()H(} h(> WHP ( , m , talking about if. homer in Wednesday's 6-0 victory ;in Candlestick Park with the re-' Milwaukee s slugging third base-; over the American t-eague at New I |surging Los Angeles Dodgers aim- i m . in h . 1(hl - ( hi1 ., homp nm in 19 York's Yankee Stadium. (ing to keep them on the skids. 'g arn ,, s ;inr | his hatting average Oddly, the left-handed hitting 1 Fifteen games remain for (he,was down In .2titi with .just two Mathews broke the slump against|j jOS Angeles 41 i Giants in their current home'hits in 27 trips. three left-handed pitchers. Il was ,3, L OU J S -J] ; stand—13 that should determine The second-place Braves were Yankee \Vhiley Ford who gave uplg al1 Francisco 40 ;«; 34 By THE ASSOCIATED PRRSS National League Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W. L. Pel. O.B. 49 44 Pittsburgh Milwaukee if San Francisco can come back.stumbling along the same- way, his All-Star jolt, and il was Had- inlo National League content ion. losing 11 of their last 19 gainos. dix and reliever Fred Green who Following the Dodgers into Can- What's worse-, they had managed wore tagged for his extra-base dleslick Park will be Philadel- In beat first-place Pillsburgh just hits at Pittsburgh phiu, Pittsburgh. Milwaukee and!three times in I. 1 ? tries. And they Billy Brnlon. Del Crandall iind Cincinnati. 'wore 0-1 against little left.\ liar- 1 Mathews each had three of the Asked if he thought the rest wv Haddlx of he Pirates. Braves' 15 hits against thr Pi- during the All-Star break would T"^ bllrir(i lhr slumps and the rotes, and a dozen off 'em were help his club. Manager Tom Shee-! "add* Jinx hut good Thursday,off Haddlx. now (i-5. han. replied. "We'll have to wait :n ' K " 1 ' win " in " ' ( - (J fl( Pittsburgh' Brulon's leadoff single and and see" as Malhews walloped a home run. Malhews' double gave the Braves ,., ,. . . . . r ,, . a triple and a double while driv- a 1-0 lead in the first inning. , for one lung shortstop Ld< ,e . five-:Then, with Bruton on base again. Bressoud should re urn to the, f . of : w 17th home lineup after being sidelined with ^ • m , )Ih . innimj ,.,,., run itl lhp fiftll innirig . „ UVIS tho an injured ankle. ... .. . . .. , . lief. seventh ever lo clear the roof of At the All-Star break, the dc- T , u . , ()ss cmning in a n , a |«>.up • the double-deck right field stands fending world champion Dodgers. yam( , uhil( , ,| 1( , ,. psl of t|]t , ma j or . at Forbes Field, and the second held third place, S games behind h ..^ w . ,, lubs W( ,,. p ,. es tjnx after M;iihews has sent over that bar- j leading Pitfsburg with the Gi-;, ht . A |,. s ,.,,. u;mu ,. s . )rjmin( , ( | 1hr r j,, r . • ants and Cardinals S'u sanies p lraU , s - |,. a( j ,„ foul . games again. The Braves got their iina) run It was during tlie All-Star in the ninth, when Mathews tn- gaiiu's. which don't count in regu-,plod and scored on Joe Adcock's lai season statistics, that Mat h-; squeeze bunt. Cincinnati ! back. A victory tonight could send San Francisco back into third place ahead of the Dodgers. Since Sheehan look over as manager from Bill Rigney June 18, his club has won 7 while lus- jing 13. They'd lost five straight before Dave Philley connected with a three-run pinch homer to beat the Cubs 5-3 here last Sunday. Cards Return 31 .613 — 34 .564 4 38 .519 l\'a 39 .51.J 8 38 .513 8 42 .462 12 Philadelphia 34 47 AW 15'b Chicago 30 46 .395 17 Thursday Result Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 0 Only game scheduled Friday Game* Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (Ni Milwaukee at Philadelphia <N> Los Angeles at San Francisco Chicago at SI. Louis (N> Hatiirdnv Gaim* Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Chicago at SI. Louis Los Angeles at San Francisco Milwaukee at Philadelphia <N> Sunday (.amen Cincinnati at Pittsburgh <2» Chicago at St. Louis (2) Milwaukee at Philadelphia Los Angeles at San Francisco t:OLI8l!!tlM MteMORIRS .temperature between the floor Whenever'an event is held inland the top row ol seats can the Southern California area it i vary by as much as 20 degrees, sooner or later winds up in the! On the field, the temperature Coliseum, the gigantic stadium jean soar as high as 100 degrees that has been the scene of foot-, while upJiMhe stands it may ,0811. baseball, track, basketball, ' 'and almost every type of rally I that is known lo man. Tonight, the Democratic rally I will wind up In the 100,000 plus | seat cement structure. ; tt Is probably only fitting that the wild swinging, rooting delegates should top off their be only 80 degrees. This I* ft Mtrlouft factor during the early part of the football season. UCM and rut: wilt play thrir early home same* al night bi order lo beat the heat. Back in 194B. UCLA and USC had two hot football teams, anyway, the LA fans thought . B «,,,:, .-,.,«„,» .„,, — ...... "-, wp(| anvway ,|, 0 LA fans thought ; in the city of Angek-s m lhr place c where the umquc-I, A. Dodgers • ; « ^ have the short lelt field fence. jn N|)Vf}mb| ,* a , )(J 1))p wjjuip| . Tlir many rlttRHiR proinl* „„„,,, KPl to ^ , 0 fne Roso at » new hope and a ne« rj mv >|. ' It seemed that UCLA WH* American Loop Resumes Pennant Action Tonight u has such Skea of Batavia, and 6-6 Dennis' Hansen of Glenbard. : PUTT MISSES DETROIT — Long driving Mike. Souchak of i«« Mm Grossinger, N.Y., grimaces as he misses a putt on the Hnmp I nnicrh hneu j'j 9th green of the Western Golf and Country Club nom C lUHlgn s as b " course at Detroit Thursday in the opening round of the Western Open golf tournament. Mike, who last week won the big money in the Flint Open, is defending champion in the Western Open. Thursday he became acquainted with some of the traps (AP Wirephoto.) ST. LOUIS (API — The St. Cardinals return to action tonight at Busch Stedium against the Chi- Cubs and they will face Glen Nv\v York Cleveland Chicago Baltimore Detroit Washington Boston By ED WILKS ganif series at Detroit tonight. Kansas City Associated Press Sports Writer Yankee Manager Casey Stengel The American League begins its mentioned the possibility of rest- battle back from obscurity (that's in S Ro « el- Maris ' ^ ailin s thun »Pa joke, Charlie) tonight, resuming l ' r who ll!ads tlu ' 1Iia J° rs w 1 ™ '# the pennant scrap to decide who honK> '' uns - ThtJ >' OU "S r '8ht field- saving face! er also led the AL in futility, leav AnxTican l.i'uxuc W. L. I'd. <i.B. ir» :«) .wo — •I! :!5 ..")7 3 world that will be pledged by the budding candidate* will help add another page In the wild history of the Collfteutn. • As baseball fans know, the largest crowd ever to see a 1 World Series packed its way into ithe place last fall. The Coliseum also happen^ to •be the home field for Hie LA. Rams. UCLA and CSC dnrin« th»- football season Also the pro footballers hold thi.-ir annual All-Star game there every January. Thr giant arena has one unusual feature, the difference in Seniors Play seemed considered u good mud team while USC liked a good fast dry turf. Ardent fans of UCLA crept into the Coliseum on the Friday night before the game and Ktarlfd hosing down the field with lour huge fire hosos. As iniml native* know It seldom rains In I.A and tlir I < l.\ fans dcrlcli'd lo takr* iiinllers Into their own hand. By (In- time Saturday inornlnK rolled around, t h P fli-lil wm a sloppy, muddy Ilirsv Thi- 1,'SC group yelled foul (ind several bale.« of straw and sawdust was brought in to dry To make a long story short. I TLA won the game in a mud- .487 .487 .383 ,;!77 8'i L ue n men on base, in Roach of Pinckneyville. ' Both teams have given an in-, dication in early drills they plan to use a running type offense in; the Saturday classic, set to start; at 8 p.m. Salario has been utilizing the "free lance" type of/ense which J brought him an 87-6 record the past three seasons. Oldfield, who has had three Prairie Conference champions in the past three years \™°™y fountain and Three Vets, Rookie Share Lead in Western Golf Open Wednesday's All-Star game shut- If you've forgotten how things oul b - v the NL - •Hnhw. «.i,n h« hp,t.n th Dm stood' before the AL was laid out u ' s probable..hwxwer. that both <Hobbie. who has beaten them Maris bothered by a sprained three times this season without a 1 ^ ^ e NL A11 -* ldrs " the New YOIK j i Yankees ai-e on top, leading Cleve- vv ' lbl i Both Joe Cunningham and Ken :*Boyer, who have been troubled by! injuries, will be in the lineup. s ore-leed Mickey alia S0! p lp =Bea AiicKey at McKendree, is utilizing Patterne trymg o r hi Cunningham ran into a wire fence at Los Angeles last Sunday! DETROIT (APi— Three vet- lead over 10 other players. A total, and injured his right knee and ! behllld- erans who have had some long!°f 32 bettered par 36-36-72 aA\MMe. But trainer Bob Bauman from professional golf's big-i . a <-ounuy UUDS; ^ _ ^^ ,,^ 1 _'|at Pittsburgh, where second-place Milwaukee defeated the Pirates 4-0 and cut their National League to four games. Going into the opener of a four- land by 2',4 after dropping threeiMnntlc- will be in the line-up straight at Boston. Chicago's de- Thp Indians ' who P la V t fending champion White Sox are wilh New York beginning Won-' third, three sanies back, witlr da >'' 8 et biick to business against ;il( 48 L'9 48 Thursday No games scheduled Friday Gaim-* New York at Detroit iN) Baltimore at Chicago (Ni Washington at Cleveland (N> Boston at Kansas City (N) Saturday (juine* Baltimore at Chicago New York at Detroit Washington at Cleveland Boston at Kansas City (N) Sunday Games Baltimore at Chicago (2) New York at Detroit <2i \\'u.shington at Cleveland (2) 17 ball league played a lull of games Thiirsdas ninht. St. Mary's Hubbed C"UM|I< Heights 12-2: First Christian th duel and went on to the Hose The Alton Senior Oiuirh suli- Jinwl lal'' Actually t.'CLA fans would rather forget the I!ll7 Hose Bowl Illinois came out and rackwf a 47-14 win over fhr West i-d Cherry St 10-9: Kasl Alton Coast'-rs rind ended dreams ol rolled over Kiln St. K!-.">: Sanford power football on the goldei; Avenue downed Fost« rbiir;; l.V.")-. shores of the Pacific for a few- Alton First Baptist nipped Brov.ii s ,. ; ,|< St. 11-9. and Delhi defeated Main "HIP fifld should bf> dry to- St. M-'.'J. night for the Democratic hope- Faith Lutheran won on a for- fuls and they also ran aim for feit by Edwards: St. 'that short left field fence. v> .._..,...> t | lf , ringing phrasr- may this Luis Aparicio of the Chicago!time prove to be a winner. White Sox stole 56 in 69i Anyway regardless of what attempts in 1959. He was thrown'happens in the old place, it has out twice at third base and once!probably seen it before and will at home place. likely see it again. iiuiu, inrt-'e i>aiMfs UUCK. vviiu - •= •- —= n ^ . . ,, „„.,,. /-•;(,, _ ' " , . , : fireri-nn WnshiriPlnn Thp Nats Boston at. Kansas City Baltimore fourth, another length lrea - u P was,mngion. ine Mats have won .seven of their last eight The only game scheduled Thurs- ~ since dropping three straight to the Indians. ;even though the. ankle is a little only'stiff." n | Boyer has been handicapped by freckled first sip oiieiise 10 a iireaier ueuree shared the lead as the $25,000 . . t£e South team fast bi^s < Astern Open Golf Tournamem «>e n ^ s U with every opportunity. «f*. me second round today. ™' ^^ ha. ^ '.i^ P i«l fL l i rdi ta -f n ^' Uui ' ki - ;i ioui - ii »« ? R ^ C"P' Hobbie (8 - 101 wl » ^ opposed little Texan trying to stnke it i)|ayer linhlinccd hj-s rep ^, ation £ either by right-hander Ernie Bra- type offense to a greater degree,: —— - - - ^ rourn^n tiK mone >' six Ul » es - ^ Beau-i torn muscle fibers in his side for but the South team fast breaks IWesteln .°P tn ™ u lournament. mnn| voun(?stei . hag ^ more ! neai .| y three weeks, but he plans COMING --& NOTES rich on the bigtime circuit, barged into first round leadership with veternns Boh Rnchnro TaeU veterans Bob Rosbuig, Jack Burke and tred Hawkins. %* °! th<? T11Ursday ' finest putters'S uo I9 ' 4) or left-hander Cui-t four |nions '(1-0). long birdie putts. '• The Cubs and Cards will also , Hawkins has averaged morejP la y a Saturday afternoon game l Each fired a three-under-par U9 t i ian $20,000 a year in the last four and a double-header Sunday, j Thursday as the massive field of campaigns although the 36-year- 158 went almost from daylight to old ve f eran O f 15 seasons on the Tinv Texan »/ GoesHuntiiig ~ In Trans-Miss dark in first day action. cirailt has 0))Jy one major vjctwy That was good for a one-stroke to his credit. ALTON WOMEN TOIKNEY The Greater Alton Women's Golfing Assn. will hold a mixed two-ball foursome at Rock Spring Golf Course Sunday. Tee-off time is slated for 12:00 p.m. Pairings: Bill Winter, Mrs. Jake Muehleman: Joe Nagy,.Mrs>. Vincent Zig- "BO' Friicliman Mrs Joe Kiua-' 1 " 8 h ' S Oakland Raiders of the offense. He might have gained: DO rmuiman, mis. jot. i\iuj, npu . Ampp j,. at , Vnnii.aii \, mma „,„,.„ <. ir .^ ,, nt ; n ,^,,.. _.._.: Albers, Mrs. Lee Wrest. Mrs. B. Erdelatz Moulds Team From College Unknowns SANTA CRUZ. Calif. (APl ~ fourth jn in total offense. Bowling ~ BOWL HAVEN Thursday Ladies . High games—-H. Dunbar 172. S Rogers 211, N. Allison 169, M. Me Peak 164, M. Burns 161. Seal 165. Targhetta 170, R. Cox 1 ^ I'j2. Kahl 161-192, M. HensJer 11)5-163, N. Murphy 199-187 164, L. CINCNNAITI (AP'i —A 17-year- old tiny Texan with a hot putter as a prime weapon goes gunning today for a place in the finals of the 30th annual Women's Trans- Mississippi Golf Tournament and a possible championship. Altlencan Kootba11 Lea « ue mol ' p ^nie nationally as a senior j ° f »«,e.knou, except for a shou.der injury. Taylor *0 Afler a season with Calgary in; schul/ 210. Wock 173. Par i sh fans outside northern^Cali- Canadian pro ball, Flores under-i^s. M. Eekhard 160,' W. Netz- tiollal . lnlei<f:ol l (? R' !i " > - Milton Hubertus, Mrs. Roger Johnson. Roger Johnson McReynolds; Elmei Gaye Tuis. Nelson AJcKeyjioldb, Mrs. G. C. A I 90-pounder, standing G feet, 1 on the Raiders as his big chance. Davis- Herb Rink Mrs Delberl ""' n ' Flores played high school Coach Erdelat/ ranks Flores as Webb, Dickinson Mrs Robert Lahlein.' bal1 al &»>ger <-'«lif • «>oved a his top quarterback, followed by Little But Sandra Haynie. the Austin, high school senior who five-feet, three-inches huge task, other golfing for sc-mifina veterans of big time competition even though* two of them are nough to have played and one-two in this year's Na- Baseball Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American Assn. Denver 6. St. Paul 3 Houston 2. Minneapolis 1 Louisville 2, Charleston 0 Dallas-Fort Worth 2, Indianapolis 1 (12 innings i Pacific f'oanl League Portland 8, Vancouver 7 Spokane 6, Seattle 2 Sacramento 3, San Diego 1 Salt Lake 7. Tacoma 4 International League Buffalo 2. Toronto 1 Jersey City 7. Miami 3 Montreal <!. Rochester 2 Only games scheduled Little Leagues i Mrs Nelson ! £ornia ever llearci of Tonl Flores; uont s '»'Kei'y on the shoulder and j hammer ''^4-231-202 (657) E ' Joinil « ncr Giilb. Alrfi .;'y^ he co^d be Jhe No. 1 quarter- couched the freshmen at COP.j RecJler i^lSS-HO 520).' •D.'i w ' n " f | n ^ ! back of the fledgling pro team. Today, at the age of 23, he looks!rolem»n '->'{n.9rn son of Ku Rc-dbirds 7. Hellrung 6 KfttiBS Katies won on a forfeit by God ey Rookies. WATT Hawks 11', Cardinals 10 JITTEMKYEK Pae, 16. Sharks 5 Hell rung IS. Godfrey 4 Pirates 12. Bears 7 Reds 15. Wolves 4 a 205-pounder who All-America honors won and Miss Haynie in the were JoAnne Gunder- Kirklnnd, Wash.: Judy Eller of Old Hickory. Tenn.. and Mrs. Jason Weiss of Indianapolis. L lliwall Mu^l* SilOot Mrs. Weiss was runner up for Robert Laliiein Mr» Bernard ' lew mttes lo ''Tesno for .junior Puul Larson, formerly of the Un-1 gained 5,101 yards passing during lht> w °n>en's Western in 1951 for Sunday Afternoon Griffin; Bill Nicolet. Mrs. Herb collt '^' ''ompetition. then on to iversity of California, and Bob;his career at St. Ambrose. 'Ihe National Amateur in 195.') and .. y,,^ ' ' College of the Pacific at Stockton. Richard Senour, Mi\s. B. K. Ward; Robert Clausen, Mrt. Claude Huss. Claude HuKfc, Mi's. Gut Alber. Joe Edwards, Mrs. Richard Senour. Roger Holcomb. Mrs. Lliuer Gil- Jjb; George Sample. Mrs. Walt Black. Garol Brokaw, Mrs. How aid College As a junior in 19JU he ranked Pitching, Hitting Will Cubs Option & « MoeDrabowsky Win Flag, Says Dressen Sunday. Hegislra- League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS • National League Batting (based oil 180 or more at balsi — Mays, San Francisco,, .j5o; Larker, Los Angeles, .340. Runs — Mays. San Francisco.; H7; Ashburn. Chicago, 60. Runs batted in — Banks, Chica-j go. 76: Aaron, Milwaukee, 68. j Hits — Groat, Pittsburgh, 111;' Mays. San Francisco, 107. Doubles — Mays. San Francisco i and Cunningham, St. Louis, 22; Pinson. Cincinnati, 21. Triples — Pinson, Cincinnati,! Bruton, Milwaukee. Kirkland, San Krancisco and White, St. Louis, 7; Will. Chicago, and Skinner, Pittsburgh, 6. Home inns — Banks. Chicago.: l!(i; Aaron, Milwaukee. 24. i Stolen bases — Pinson, Cincinnati and Mays. San Francisco, 19; Wills, Los Angeles, 16. ' Pitching (based on 7 or more 1 decisions) — Roebuck, Los Ange-| les, 8-1. .889: Williams, Los Angeles. 8-'-', .800. Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los An- fje.les, 136; Friend, Pittsburgh, 109. American League Batting (based on 180 or more at bats) — Gentile. Baltimore, .jliS: Runnels. Boston and Smith, Chicago, .321. Runs — Mantle. New York, 70;; Maris, New York, 55. ' Runs batted in — Maris, New York. 69; Gentile, Baltimore, 59. j Hits — Runnels, Boston and| cago, 95. New York Cup tc'am. lls Mrs. Gundcrsun was National tl(J " UL 'oi'^ at 1:30 for the board Amateur champ in 1957. She '"' U|J all(1 hunters' target shoot. played on the 1958 and 1960 Curtis '" tll( ' " 1C)Sl ) ' l ' ( ' (J " 1 »hooi. t>an; Bosl ... c , . . „. Cup teams and beat Miss Idler Latempi won first place with a !bmi Ka|)s . JS ^ ( 1?B in the finals of this year's Na-' fils (oltil "Squeak" Booten was' os,inipv '_ Anki'i.-in »nH KW lional K iate. st '''""<l with 588 and George Gib- Cn j'.!;" 0 *P<*""° *™ *««. Miss Eller won the inten'olle- erso " llit(J ^ — Better : the way." said Dnvssen. "He'll hit giate crown last .year and played Darr; Walt Black Mrt Roger Holcomb. Gwyn Davit. Mis Bill Nicolct; Mike L'ckliard. Mrs. Bmwn Uowurd Dun Mis Joe Ed HITT.SBL'RGH i.AP CHICAGO AP — Moc Di'abuw- pitching and more power hitting a lot better this second half of the on this year's Curtis Cup ''team i'U ( sky. 1956 l«)iuis bal).\. has been —that's liou Milwaukee's Charlie .season. 1 know it. And the other Thursday, Miss Haynie sur\ ived beating Wanda optioned b> the Chicago Cuds lo Drcsscn figures to nose out (hi- »u.\s will follow suit. They've ali.a bad round Fight Results ill 'front-running Pittsburgh Piiales, got greater power. The> just haveiSowell of 'l\lor Tex and then .Inn "The only vsay we're goint,' to^lo K ct started." : oam ,, S | 0nn j,),, back ' to Bl THE ASSOCIATED Spokane — Kirk Barrow, 178'-;, wallop Spokane, outpointed Sixto RodrJ- 10. Houston on 24-hour recall A '_ 1 . 1 -year-old southpaw Roland!Br.Au-i, will join llu Cubs in St..catch them is by winning win- Dressen also claimed his pilch-Mudy Kasterbrook of Peona III U u.v 1W.'. San FY'inc ' "»"«hi t() re P' aw ' Uiah " u - ""«• W1IUU ,"B- anfl , thal ' s J ust »'S *« ^e for a ,-on,cha«-lv He 7 and «. She had onlv 18 pulls on Tokyo -'Hachiro'Tatsumi 156 I'M Tffl , to- Cub bull,*.,. Brew,,- whut w, plan to do." said «„.-«•«« high in praise for 1Kb Buhl. , h( , V > , )ojps ;uid l(nisl)w , om , U| J. j J^ )Ulpo iS Masao Condt Roland Brown Mi>. Gar- Iwb won six strain games lor'Milwaukee .uanagci He had just winner of Thursday night s ^ni.-. UIM- par. : ISi "ai«»i 10 ol Bit)kaw. Houston and lint an x-1 M a>on s s( 'cii his Braves drub the Pirates He said he also expects a vastly Charleb McLaiu. Mrs. Mike tick-(record. '" 0 - Bulling their league lead to improved Don McMahon ilunnt; itay Abhlock. Mrs Bob Drabowskj hud a '.'-u ii-mrd lor lolu ' sumt's. tho tit-cond hall of thr season llit- Cubs lliis sc-a.sun bui had an Divxsrii said he is lookm;.; to "Don has a good and bad half B. F. Ward, .Mrs. Kalph Joehl; luii-envmblc i-arned-ruii-avcia^ ol t:ild "' Mathews, Wcs Co\mgton. m every season." said Dresscn Jgc Kmgcry Mr». George Sample.! 9.70. Hi- hud a IH.-S..O maiui " anl< Aaron and Joe Adcock to "Well, he's had his hud half al- Lee Wrest. Mn>. Bill Winter; llcugu-• r.-cord 01 :;i-H; *"Wb ""' second-place Braves ready. Now he conies on for tin? ^"h Ihc power punch. -Tgood part and aw as we go to^he "I'm counting on Eddie to lead!pennant " 6; Snyde.r, Kansas City and Mantle, New York, 5. Home runs — Maris, New York, 27; Lemon, Washington, 21. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chicago, 21; Landis, Chicago, 13. Pitching (based on 7 or more WAR BUY 3 AND GET THE 4™ FREE! Exttnded Another Week! Ends Sat,, July 23 ONE LOW PRICE on Riverside Air Cushion NYLON TIRES decisions) — Coates, New York, 9-1. .900; B. Daley, Kansas City,' Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, 1UG; Pascual, Washington, 94. Vincent iligrang, Mrs. Ray Abh-' The lil-yeai-old i ighlhaiiui-r was • plagued with a sore arm last year, Jun Dooley, Mn>. Joe Nagy; La-,^ut Cub official*, said his problem vwne Allen, Mr*. Cnarlct> Me-i«'as more psychological than pli> Lain. |*icul. l>rabowi>ky wui signed lo a Ralpii Joehl, Mrs. Jim Dooley; Jim Abliby, Mr>. Laverne Allen. bonus contract in 1956 by Scout had Ro.v Johnson. He has never play ed in the minor leagues. in three starts this year. Uiu uwsky'fc longest stint was on Juduon'n Mfttwll Uara will 'and luoihird* iiuungk. tic tiavel to St. Louis Saturday night itoilixi onl> 21 iiunn^s all se for u gtuiMi a#ain*t 8th inning tireuer 0-1. u«* g/aduateci Lounge. Sunday Jackson's will 'the Cubs' rookie school li\i cuinjj«U) in the uMt-duy Jack*on-jagu. H< i« Liwu BioKen Auou vill, lnvitr(ioiwl Tuujnaiuenl. jUkla. *" Oar Paynmti Too High? ^ <40 REFINANCE U*t Additional Ui»h! «at w call IBNNY ItOOS Mid-Stitei Finanoi Oo. 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