Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 20, 1960 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 20, 1960
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE League Leaders Bt ttifi AssoctATfci) nets A fl i Batting (based ton 190 at more •t but*) — Gentile, Baltimore, .325; Aspromonte, Cleveland, .321. Runs — Mantle, New York, 78; Marls, New York, 62. Runs batted In - Maria, New York, 74; Skowron, New York, 63. Hits — Minoso, Chicago, 103; Smith, Chicago. 102, Doublfti ««• Skowi'on, New Yorli, 22; Runnels, Boston, Smith, Chicago and Siebern, Kansas City, IS. Trfpl« — Apartdo and Ffcx, Chicago, 6; Robinson, Baltimore, Maxwell. Detroit, Snyder. Kansas City and Mantle, New York, 5. Home runs — Marts, New York, 30; Mnnfle. New York. 22. Stolen bases — Aparlcfo. Chicago 24; LaMls, Chicago, 13. Pitching (bawd on 7 or more decisions) — Coates, New York, 9-1, .900; Turlty, New.York, 6-1, .857. ' Strikeouts — Bunnlng, Detroit, 112; Bell, Cleveland, 96. National League Batting (based on in or more at bats) — Larker, Los Angeles, .399; Mays, San Francisco. .344. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, 69; Mathews, Milwaukee and Skinner, Pittsburgh, 62. Runs batted in — Banks, Chicago, 76; Aaron, Milwaukee, 72. Hlt» - Groat, Pittsburgh, 121; Mays, San Francisco, 110. Doubles — Pinson, Cincinnati, 24; Cunningham, St. Louis, 23. Triples — Plnson, Cincinnati and White, St. Louis, 8; Bruton, Home runs — Banks, Chicago, 26; Aaron, Milwaukee, 25. Stolen bases — Plnson, Qndn- natl and Mays, San Frandsoo, 20; Wills, Los Angeles, 16. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) —Williams, Los Angeles, 9-2, .81S; Roebuck, Los Angelet, 8-2, .800. Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los An- gcles, 142; Frieod, Pittsburgh, 117. BACK IN HARNESS George Blanda climbs into a Houston Oilers uniform as that club trains for he\v American Football League season. Blanda holds Chicago Bears' all-time scoring record, played 10 seasons in National League. i Calvary Vi ins 114 | Mickey Wright jii Jr. Churrh i Wrenches Knee BftWLlNG BOWL HAVEN Tuesday Ladlea High games—Patterson 157, D. McCormick 153, L. Reidt 170154, Wreath 152, D. Harris 156-; 169-155 (480). D. Steiger 196, K. Reno 158-164, S. Landre 154y. C. Landre 151-158. D. Mikoff 150-154, B. Booten 158-159, Lucker 158, K. Marquis 156, E. Recher 166-150, . M. Lyons 177, V. Hosey 154. Tuesday In Junior Church Softball League play Tuesday night, Calvary defeated Sanford Ave., 11-1. Upper Alton whipped Alton First, 23-18. and 12th Street won over Curdle Heights. 22-H. In two other scheduled games. College Ave. forfeited to Main Street and Cherry Street forfeited to Edwards Street. Packers Begin Drills Thursday GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP'-Tho Green Bay Packers launch training (or their 41st professional football campaign Thursday with 23 rookies due t o check in with ! Coach Vince Lombard! and his aides. WORCESTER. Mass. (API — Botny Kawis. a determined, enthusiastic veteran, today jumped Into the favorite's spot in the U.S. Women's Open Golf Tourney when defending Champion Mickey Wright wrenched a knee. Miss Wright, the hard-hitting S;in Diego. Calif., product who won the last two Open tournaments, complained ot the knee in a practice round Tuesday morning, was administered a shot of cortisone and left the Worcester Country Club course early. With Miss Wright sub-par physically, most attention shifted to Knorkmit Artist Goes Again*! Ray Tonight CHICAGO (API — • Knockout artist Billy Ryan of Lowell, Mass, will make his Chicago Stadium ring debut tonight In a light- heavyweight match with Sonny Ray. The 10 rounder will be televised by ABC, starting at 9 p. m. EST, and scored under the five point must system. (iiant PrexV Says Hi« Tram Isn't H nulling SAN FRANCISCO <AP) — President Horace Stoneham says his San Francisco Giants aren't hustling, but he doesn't plan another managerial change this sea .son. Neither does he think the fifth- place Giants are out of the pennant raw. "Leo Durocher definitely will not be the manager of the San Francisco Giants this year," Stoneham said Tuesday night. l,7000Present for i Shell Picnic More than 1.700 active and retired employes of Shell Oil Co. Httended a day-long barbecue Saturday at Edwardsville American Legion Park. The barbecue, an annual event sponsored by Shell's Wood Riv-i er Refinery, is for active em- ployes with 10 or more years of service, and all who have retired from service at the refinery or at other Shell locations and who now live in this area. The attendance was the est ever recorded. Included in the crowd were 161 retired em- ployes, the largest number of pensioners ever to attend. W. E. Davis, 1000 Oaks, Calif., was honored as the retired em- ploye traveling the greatest distance to attend, and Alonzo Bowman. 83, Rt. 1, Bethallo, was honored as the oldest retired (employe present. rtMJrtfc AWtt BOO* > n * thetn ** ** ^^.^JjJrL? week and caflnWf Bit HMn rJT Eight-font long kangaroo*, ^ fo ^j ^ tM j^ 4 aju wmint; North Australia's ca'- " ,j' roaming _- [tleland in millions, have been ... ir^xr,; "USE **-•* *• DON'T KEEP YOUR MONEY PROBLEM TO YOURSELF Bring tt to HOUSEHOLD. Whatever your needs, you'll find the HFC office manager his staff well qualified to give you money httfe They're the best trained people in their field ana •re backed by Household's 82 years' experience No wonder over 2 million people a year borrow with confidence from Household. Why don't yotfc drop in, too? You may borrow up to $800 with up to 24 months to repay* WHEEL OF MISFORTUNE Stanislav Kaiser, left, is rapidly torcycle Hips up and over during Inter- backing into trouble as the Pole's mo- national race in Maikop, Russia. you get more than money from HFC Life truuranet at group rate U available onallloant BRUSSELS Mrs. Zelnin Wittmond and Mrs. Kd Stcth- rink and son. David, of Phoenix. Ariz., visited relatives and friends In northern Illinois and Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. William Foil- Rohneider and family and Mrs. Kortsehneirter's mother. Mrs. 'Gertrude Jones, moved to Jack- 'sonville where Fortsehneider has accepted a teaching position. Mrs. Gertrude Jones, secretary of the Dorcas Society Icr 25 years, was presented a gold cross h ythe society. The congregation of St. Matthews Lutheran Church presented her with a painting of the head o! Christ. Brussels Community H i e, h: School has hired Anthony Sie-; mcr as principal and Harold Sinker as janitor. Danny Hagen. Lavern Kinder.' Kermit Nolle, and Clyde Sehlee-j per have returned from two weeks of summer training in Toale, Utah. OUSEHOLD FINANCE 123 W. Third SfrMt, 2nd Row PHONE: HOword 5-8871 vvvft rfiOfly vVwnHMS MlfH V*^Uv*M JvfWvlHipv Loans made to residents within a 100 mite rarffat who piloted the ipackerg to tMf ^ National Footbal , u^ record ,„ 15 jn hjg rookje a( ^ . he , m jn i 95g WM optimistic bul "I want this one so bad I can taste it," Betsy said after completing her heavy practice for the tourney that opens Thursday. Want those green peas to taste especially good? Cook them with small paper-thin onion rings, shredded lettuce, a suspicion of sugar and salt and pepper. Moss 203-220, Churchill L. Steiger 237-206-255 (698), Well 215, LePelle 203-208. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Toronto — Pete Rademacher, 204H, Columbus, Ga., outpointed George Chuvalo, 217 1 ,*, Toronto, 10. New Bedford. Mass. — Tommy Tibbs, 13-1, Boston, outpointed Frank Talafero, 136Vi, Hartford, Conn., 10. Los Angeles — Jose Luis Cruz, 126, Mexico, knocked out Tony Maya, 127, Los Angeles, 3. Quincy, Mass. — Joe Denucci, 159, Newton, Mass., outpointed Tony Dupas, 153, New Orleans, 10. North Miami, Fla. — Chico Vejar, 160, Stamford, Conn., knocked out Tony Necro, 165, Warren, Ohio, 4, Baseball •y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International league Jersey City 1, Richmond 0 (11 innings) Miami 3, Columbus 2 Toronto 11, Chester 1 Buffalo 7, Montreal 2 Pacific COM! League Seattle 3, Vancouver 2 Sacramento 7, Salt Lake 2 San Diego 8, Tacoma 6 Spokane 10, Portland 0 American AMU. No games scheduled Yesterday's Stars .,' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Batting, Bill Skowron, Yankees _ drove in five runs with pair of : home runs and three-run game-; winning double in ninth inning of' New York's 13-11 victory over Cleveland Tuesday. Pitching, Juan Marichal, Giants — pitched 7 8-3 hitless innings and finished with one-hit shutout in first major league start, beating Philadelphia 3-0. 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