Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1960 · Page 16
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 25, 1960
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fAtlB 81XTUCN ALTON EVENING MONDAY, JULY »,1 WO Hot Braves Pass Sagging Pirates Btics Blow Si-Game Loop Lead By JACK HAND' AMOPletaB prcM Sports writer For the first time- since May 30, fin? National League' has a new lender. Pittsburgh finally has given way to the charge of the Milwaukee Braves who have been chewing ehtfflja out of the Pirate lead In recent day*. Just before the All-Star break, the Pirate lead measured 514 games. The wise men along Broadway had tabbed the fiucs as 1 to 4 favorites to win the pennant Milwaukee closed the gap Sunday by whipping Chicago twice 75 and 1-0 behind a couple of familiar names, Warren Spahn and Bob Buhl. The Pirates, trailing M, scared San Francisco with three runs in the ninth and had Manager Tom Sheehan digging deep into his bullpen for three pitchers before the Giants finally nailed down a 6-3 victory. Los Angeles, blazing hot with 29 consecutive innings of shutout pitching—27 against the Phillies- blanked the Phils again 94). Stan Williams, the big man of the Dodger staff, hit a two-run homer during an eight-run spurt, in the third inning and then managed to pitch a 10-hit shutout. St. Louis came up with two in the ninth with the help of an error by Roy McMillan and a double by Bill White and nipped Cincinnati 6-5. The result left the Cards in fourth place but only one percentage point behind the third- place Dodgers. Each is four games behind the Braves. The Braves gave Spahn the support of a 12-hit attack including home runs by Johnny Logan and Joe Adcock as the veteran won his llth. Buhl tied up with rookie Jim Brewer, up from Houston, in a real pitching duel until Mel Roach doubled with two out in the ninth inning of the second game. It was Buhl's 10th victory. The Giants were rolling with a 6-0 lead on homers by Willie Mays and Bob Schmidt when a blister developed on Billy O'Dell's pitching hand after he walked Dick Groat to lead off the ninth. Johnny Antonelli, the first relief man, was knocked out. Billy Loes, next in line, was thumbed out for arguing \Wtfa the plate umpire, Mike McCbrmick finally got the side out in the big third inning, Los Angeles sent 11 men to. the plate against John Buzhardt and Jim Owens and eight of them got hits. Norm Larker regained the league batting lead at .344 with two of the Dodgers' 15 hits. Cincinnati appeared to have locked up the game with St. Louis when it scored two in the seventh for a 5-3 edge but Stan Musial's homer cut the edge to one run in the eighth and the Cards pulled it out with a rally against Jay Hook and Bill Henry in the ninth. 1 3 3'i 16 By tM£ ASSOCIATED PRESS AtnertcM League W. L. Pet. 0.8. Chicago 92 38 .578 New York 49 3T .570 Baltimore Dl 43 .343 Cleveland 47 40 .540 Washington 43 44 .494 Detroit 42 45 .483 Boston 36 52 .409 Kansas City 33 64 .370 Sunday Remits Chicago 6-2, New York 3-8 Boston 10-7, Cleveland 8-6 Kansas City 6-2, Washington 3-10 Baltimore 2, Detroit 1 (11 innings) Monday Games No games scheduled Tuesday Game* Chicago at Boston (N) Cleveland at New York (N) Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Detroit at Washington (N) Saturday Besiilfa Chicago 5, New York 3 Cleveland 4, Doston 2 Washington 8, Kansas Qty 3 Detroit 4-3, Baltimore 1-4 (twi- night) National League W. L. Pet. G.B. \ BCWLLNG BOWL INN Friday Mixed Leafue W. Fiessel 207, £. Brandt 240, S. Itwin 223-213 (621), I. Bryant $37. 4»turd»y Mixed l/eague A. McCoy 198, C. Williams 206-202, S. Irwin 212, C. Gray 197, R, Ryder 2U, V. Tlemann 196, L. Tiemann 191, G. Mow rey 226. Flfitt UewilU By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Buenos Aires Juan Carlos Riverp, 149^, Argentina, stopped Charlie (Tombstone) Smith, 146t«, Los Angeles, 9. Santiago, Cuba —Robinson Garcia, 130, Cuba, outpointed Chico Morales, 134, Cuba, 10. Milwaukee Pittsburgh Los Angeles St. Louis San Francisco 52 53 48 49 36 37 40 41 .591 .589 .545 .544 .517 .449 .389 .375 4 4 6V6 45 42 Cincinnati 40 49 Philadelphia 35 55 .389 18 33 55 .375 19 Sunday Results San Francisco 6, Pittsburgh 3 Milwaukee 7-1, Chicago 5-0 Los Angeles 9, Philadelphia 0 St. Louis 6, Cincinnati 5 Monday Games Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N) Cincinnati r.t Chicago Only games scheduled Tuesday Games Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N) Milwaukee at Can Francisco (N) Philadelphia at Chicago Saturday Results San Francisco 3, Pittsburgh 1 Milwaukee 3, Chicago 0 Los Angeles 2, Philadelphia (N) St. Louis 7, Cincinnati 5 (10 innings) Dieriiigs Win Two Games JACKSONVILLE — Chuck Diering Ford captured both ends of a doubleheader from the Jack; sonville State Hospital softbali team here Saturday. In the first game, Diering Fore downed the host squad 5-1 anc in the second game edged the hometowners 6-5. Marty Haynes was the hurling star for Diering Ford. Haynes al lowed only four hits in the first game for the win and came in the second game in the eighth inning in relief of Tony Tovo and struck out the Jacksonville team. FIRST GAME - - Olerlni Ford (S) Jacksonville (1) Player AB R H Player AB R H DeVorB 401 0 0 Hovey 400 3 0 1 Oldenettle 200 01 0 0 Haynes Mike Godar Perica M arming Wlfger Tewnaer wendle Willis Huynes Marty 400 Scott 400 Asbell 322 Wendell 3 1 1 Goheen 4 1 1 Coonrod 3 1 1 Vluyard Furlong 300 300 100 5 7 Totuls 32 1 123 H56 789 RHE Diering Kord Oil 100 211—5 7 3 Jacksonville 010 Oil loo—1 4 4 SECOND CAME Player AB R H Haynes Mike Godar Perica Marmino Winger Terlisner Wendle Balet, "Willis Player Furlong 300 Oldenettle 4 1 2 Hovey 4 0 1 Abbell 422 (Joheen 4 1 1 Wendell 4 I 2 Scott 1 1 Coonrod AB RH 1 1 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 00 00 00 00 Mart 3 0 ^ McNeely 3 3 J 0 0 Tony Tovo 200 Relieved m 8th Batted for Bate* in 10th Totals 34 610 Totals 36 ~6~4 PIERSALL RESTRAINED BOSTON — Jim Piersall vents his anger at officials after he was kicked out of Sunday's game between the Cleveland Indians and Boston Bed Sox. Vic Powor tries to hold Piersall back. Piersall had been doing jackrabbit tac- tics out in centerfield and still kept his dancing up when Ted Williams came up to bat in the 8th. Ed Hurley, plate umpire, stopped the play and ordered Piersall from the field. (AP Wire- photo) Chiefs Win Two From Springfield WOOD R.JVER — The Alton Chiefs scored two wins over the Springfield Shamrocks here Saturday night. In the^first game, the Chiefs edged the visitors 3-2 and in the nightcap won another close one, 5-4. The Chiefs tied Springfield in the first game on Paul Palermo's two-tun "hoiwer in the sixth inning. The.. Chiefs went on to score the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning. In the second game, the Chiefs had to battle for 14 innings before they could edge Springfield, 5-4. ' : .- .. ; ' Springfield grabbed a quick lead and were finally tied by the Chiefs in the fourth inning. Both squads had three-run innings in the ninth. The score remained tied until the 14th inning when the Chiefs finally pushed across the winning run. FIRST GAME Springfield (2) Chief* (3) Player AB R H Player AB R H Britton Lpkltls 400 Palermo 311 3 1 3 Burmester 300 Patterson 301 Plarski 200 Greenwall 3 0 Hinerlch 3 1 1 Ebbler 1 R.SniHh Maslooskl 2 0 1 Cun'ham Thompson 301 Carey Baja Swlngler Totals V JNNJNCi: Springfield Chi" ,300 E.Smlth 300 Crotcliett 3 0 1 300 300 3 1 2 1 1 0 0 8 Tululs 23 3 4 1234567 RHE 110000 0—2 8 1 000002 1—3 4 0 SECOND CAME Springfield (4) Chiefs (5) Player AB R H Lokttltls 611 Thompson 61 Player AB R H Cun'ham o 1 o 1 Palermo 200 Patterson 912 burmestei 000 Greenwall 6 0 1 Plartkl 5 Hinerlcii 6 1 1 Ebbler 6 Ma«aloskl 6 0 1 Calvin 5 BritUm 600 Carey fi fleju 5 0 1 Scllll'ger 7 Nlehuus 400 E.Smlth 1 Stewart 5 Chappell 6 R.SmTth 1 Totals SO 4 8 Totals 48 511 INNING: Springfield 123 456 789 10 11 12 13 14 R H H 10100000300000—482 INNING: Cbieft 123 456789 10 11 12 13 14 R H E QUO aoo ops o o oo wan 2 1 4 U 0 Teammates Irate Over PiersalPs Wild Antics BOSTON (AP)—The Cleveland Indians are on the warpath, and the object of their ire is teammate Jimmy Piersall, the excitable center fielder. Piersall stayed behind in Boston today for an appearance be- fore American League President Joe Cronin while the rest of the squad packed their war clubs and set off for New York, where they open a four-game series against the Yankees Tuesday.- Team members said they may send a committee to Genera] Manager Frank Lane to demand that he take action to curb Pier sail's antics. One irate player told a reporter the team' is on the verge of a revolt, adding that "Lane has got to do something or the entire ten off as one-year wonders a i team will fall apart." couple of months back, are ac-i A veteran Tribesman said the DodgersCome Alive Again ~. LOS ANGELES (AP)-The Los Angeles Dodgers, practically writ- Grba Saves Yankees at Crucial Stage 0y JACK Press Sport* Writer Ett Grba is a name not calcu lated to strike terror into the heart* of American League hit- ten Yet this 25-year-old right- bander, recalled from the Richmond farm in early June, hue •»ved the New York Yankee* at * crucial itage. Tb0 Yank* were moaning low Sunday alter losing the first game of a dquMohMidm- to Chicago 6-3. The Wbfcfiox came iato town in •eoood ,fil«ae and proceeded to wifl ttrae straight from New York Out more defeat and the proud Yanks would "have been three tot nttfihinji alter the ej Bob Turley, Wbitey Ford and Am Coatov, the Yankees called OR Grba. He came through with the first complete game of hja brief major league ctuwar and his seuoad victory over the White Sox 8-2. As a result the White Sox' lead was cut to one Kama. Grba .has a total ol lour I victories over two seasons in the majors and three ol them have been at the expense ol Chicago. Baltimore sneaked into third place, three game* back, by edging Detroit 2-1 In U innings on Jackie Brandt's fourth hit of the day. Boston dropped Cleveland into fourth place by taking two from the Indians who spent most of the day jawing with the umpires. The score* were 104 and 74 Washington came within one error of a major league record by making five errors in the seventh inning while losing tite first game to Kansas City 6-3. The Senator* snapped back 10-2 behind CamUo Fascual- The Yankee-White Sox double drew the season's largest Yankee Stadium crowd, 60,002. The tans saw Biily Pierce whip the Yanks tually not much worse off today than they were at this time a year ago. The Dodgers have moved eight games closer to first place in the the last month. Today—after scoring three straight shutouts over Philadelphia — they're just four games back of league-leading Milwaukee. On July 25 last year, they were 2% games out. As it was in 1959, when the Dodgers came on to win the pennant, pitching has been the primary agent in their recent ride up from the second division. In their last 12 games at the Coliseum, Dodger pitchers have scored five shutouts, only three fewer than they managed here all last season. In their last 2D innings, Dodger pitchers haven't allowed a run. Twenty-seven of these innings, ot course, were against the Phillies, a considerat'on that may lend something less then heroic stature to l'\e accomp'ishment. The Phils haven't scored in 33 innings. Don Drysdale opened the Phil* adclphia series with a four-hit shutout and Roger Craig followed with a three-hitter. Sunday, the Dodgers picked up their 13th victory in 16 games by demolishing the Phils 9-0. Stan Williams was something less than spectacular an the Phils got to him for 10 hits and got three more men' on base on walks. But they still managed to get only two runners as far as third. The victory was Williams' 10th in the first, with late inning relief help from Turk Lown and Frank Buumann as the Sox pounded Yank pitching lor 12 hits, including Roy Sievers' 16th homer. Bill Monbouquette and Mike Koniieles, working in relief of Frank SuUiyan, were the Boston winners, Ted WUliamj.beat out a bunt. Jimmy Pieraali, fined $100 and called on the carpet for Saturday's argument, hid behind the flag-pole in center field during one ol the many arguments between Indian* and umps. Gary Bell and Jack liui'bhinan were the Cleveland losers. Brandt's game-winning hit gave Baltimore third place. Chuck Estrada turned in a live-hitter agaiast the Tiger* lor his 10th victory. In that wild inning at Washington, shortstop Jose Vaidivielso made three errors, Second base*, man Bill Gardner and right fielder Dan Dubuek each made one. in 12 decisions and the shutout brought his earned • run average down lo 2.38, best among National League starters. Indians "still have a good chance to win the pennant, but not if Piersall remains unchecked. We got a lot ol rough decisions from umpires in the Boston series. They lean over backward when Piersall is concerned but take it out on the rest of the players." Members of the team said they thought the fines that have been levied on Piersall will have little effect. Cronin called Piersall on the carpet to explain his antics and umpire-baiting tactics. Piersall, who was fined $100 by Cronin lor his actions in Saturday's game with Boston, faces possible drastic disciplinary action. Cronin has the authority to suspend him indefinitely. "They all think I'm nuts," Pier- sail said. "I'm just high strung." Major League Stars By THE ' ASSOCIATED PRESS Batting, Jackie Brandt, Orioles, his fourth hit of the game, an llth inning single, gave Baltimore a 2- decision over Detroit. Pitching, Bob Buhl, Qraves, pitched Milwaukee into National League lead with four-hit 1-0 victory over Chicago in second game after Warren Spahn won the opener i-5. flit Yaur Uw» Mtwtr tak In dee I/* lor Biuert Hepeiri •n •(! MwitMb^M. 8TANKABARAGE Utete M* Nortt Alton UI»JI»OMM0 LADIES FUN FAIR BOWLING PARTY * All you em bowl for I1.M * W*dnti*«y, July 3M pa* * 4 Instructor* ft btJp yen 4r ir Nr beginners wej o4vaMt«j fetMtrf if Improve y«ir ««•» * Mm and rtfrtituMirh * BOWL HAVEN HOI HUMIilT-AiTON HIOMI HO Mill Jay Hebert Wins PGA Tournament AKRON, Ohio (Special to the Telegraph) — Dixie may have been humiliated at the Democra- on the fifth and knocked In the putt for a birdie deuce, then he played par for the rest of the tic Convention two weeks ago (front side to make the turn in Los Angeles, but a larky Louisiana Cajun named Junius Joseph Hebert, nickname — Jay, dM his part of getting even by carrying one of professional golfs major titles and $11,000 Yankee dollars south of the Mason-Dlxon Line Sunday when he won the find PGA championship. Coming from behind to overtake early leader, Jim Ferrier, the pressure-proof former Marine infantry lieutenant overcame a double bogey six on the 10th hole to finish in even par even. When he double-bogeyed the 10th with a six, catching the rough, chipping short and three- putting, he had visions of "finishing second again." But, he hit a driver and a 9-iron shot 12 feet from the pin on 11, and knocked in the putt for another birdie. He bogeyed the 14th when his drive landed under the trees and behind a steep bunker, but once again — on the short 15th — ha knocked in a 20 footer for an- 70 and a 72-hole total of 281, one| other h|rdle deucc . ^^ „ ! Dimri uiiui^ *JCM\*W« »nun it wcu>f over standard figures for the, aftei . plaving the 16th ln pa| . a distance. Hebert pocketed the g|ance a , the score board show- first prize check of $11,000, a record for this tournament, by finishing a stroke in front of Ferrier whose 71 today gave him ed him tied with Snead and Sanders. Playing in the foursome just m^z* ==1, - -"-••"-- s-sjs $5,500. Young Doug Sanders of Miami Beach, Fla,, celebrating his 27th birthday, lost the lead he held after 54 holes Saturday, finished in 73, and wound up in a third place tie at 283 with aging Sam Snead. The Slammer, a three- time PGA champ, had a grand chance to win it all but blew it on the last two holes with a pair of bogeys. Don January of Dallas, with putting trouble when he needed it most, was next with a final 72 for 284, followed by Wesley Ellis Jr., Doug Ford and pre-tourney favorite Arnold Palmer. Ellis had 285, Ford and Palmer were tied at 286. The first low 20 finishers all received $1000 or more. Hebert and his brother, Lionel, became the first brother team j!7th, and Ferrier had punched in a birdie three with a curling 15-foot putt, and now with it all tied, Hebert proved he was equal to the challenge. The friendly, black-haired former Louisiana State golf team star paired the hideous, 625-yard 16th after hitting a great wedge shot out of the rough to reach the goeen. Then he really "got it going," as he described his game, with "one of the finest shots I ever hit" — a five iron second on the 17th that stopped eight feet from the pin. He promptly knocked in the pressure putt for another birdie for almost certain victory. And he sewed it up with a par on the difficult 465-yard 18th with nationwide television cameras focused on him. Sportllfte by JACK BARBAN Sport* Editor Alton Couched The coaching ranks at Alton High School malcy this will return to nor- year after going through a year of curtailments due to lack of funds. The administrative staff of the Alton school system with the approval of the Board of Education has returned the coaching staffs of the various sports back to Its original number prior to the art- backs, The following assignments have been made: Football-Ralph McCIaln, head coaoh. Assistants-Fred Will, Bill Perrln, Richard Johnson and James Washington. Basketball - Mel Sheets, head coach. Assistants—Harold Mathews and Jim Tryec. Baseball — Mel Sheets, head coach. Assistant—Ralph McClain. Track-Fred Will »nd Bill Perrin, head coaches. Assistant—Jim Wlgger. Cross Country—Jim Wlgger. Golf-Harold Mathews. Mel Sheet* replaces Hherrlll llankfl as head basketball and hit nr ball coach. Hanks left at the end of the nchrnil year to take* over head cage coaching duties and athletic director- Sit Outfits^ nlgn Sheets was moved up from the assistants job In basketball to the head coaching Job. In another change, BIB Perrln drops out as cross uountry ootch and moves over as an assistant football coach in addition to sharing head track coaching duties with Fred Will. Jim Wlgger will take over at cross country coach. Mel Sheets as golf, wttfc Sheets taking over as baseball «Meh hi the spring. As a result of the curtailment last year, the coaching staff was sharply reduced, coaches back to The adding of the staff will bring the complement back to full strength. Don Luketich is Athletic Director of Alton High School. Penn Plans Bob Richardson,. 225-pound sophomore lineman, Is going to figure in Coach John Stiegman's University of Pennsylvania grid plan this year. Richardson who was a standout gridder and shot put man at Alton High school a couple of years ago will attend pre-season drills at Hershcy next month. Pandemonium Wins Top Prize at Alton Dragway The Pandemonium, Munice,|the Alton Dragway Sunday. Ind., driven by Rod Stuckey won. top speed and top eliminator at All of the fastest running mid- west fuel dragsters were present at the ever to hold the PGA thrones, and 7 both won their'titles at tournaments in Ohio. Lionel bagged „ ._„,___ _.. it at Miami Valley in Dayton J seven and a double at three, the! one under par 34 on the final nine holes with birdies on the 14th and 18th and a bogie on the 16th. Milon Marusic finished in 1957, the last year this tourney was in match play. Today's final round, witnessed by a crowd of 14,441 who tramped over almost every spare inch of the course, slowly built up to a climax after a relatively dull afternoon in which no one was able to subdue Firestone Country Club's rugged par 35-35. Hebert, wha has finished second in no less than 20 tournaments and only 4 tour events, started off today with a birdie four on the 500-yard second hole when he knocked bis first putt a 100-footer, a foot short of the pin. He bogeyed the next two! total was 299. He bogied the when he caught the rough on!first and eighth holes and made No. 3, and three-putted from 15 i a birdie on seven going out; and feet on the fourth, but slammed j his score after the turn was five a 3-wood five feet from the pin i pars and four bogies. track before they return to the National Drag Classic to be held at Alton Aug. 25 thru 28. Chris Karamasines and the world's record holder the Chizler Ifrom Chicago, in the feature Tom Boatman of Pekin, a student; ma t c h with Lou Cangelose of B ?!L G v!l al , by ' u 8 . 61 !^ 1 '! 6 :. P ick f?jat the University of Illinois, has i Kansas City, Mo. was a draw ,,~. ,. ..u .. ^ ^^ S i n gi e8 title of the I as Cangelose won the first race Cities Open Tennis Tourna-i° n 'y to h ™ Karamastnes come 'back to take the second run. In Pekin Boy Wing Bloomington Tourney BLOOMINGTON, 111. (AP) — [ handsome Goalby made a strong ment. I preparing the Chizler for the Boatman, 20, who was unseed-| thjrd na „ was fould ^ „„ ed in the tourney, defeated Tomi jnjector aml was broken and Henderson of Ottawa Sunday match was canceled. Both the finals «, 6-1, 8-6. Henderson, machineg turned 180 myh on two'was second seeded. strokes behind Goalby by shoot- 1 Boatman and Henderson then ing 39-35 74 for 298 collecting 5200. Like Goalby, the slender Marusic staggered around the front nine with two bogies and one double bogey but settled down to make nine consecutive pars on the last nine holes. teamed, to win the men's doubles title, whipping top-seeded Roger Bielefeld and Sonny Bradley of Decatur 6-3, 13-15, 6-3. Joyce Taylor of Peoria won the Al Williams Hypersonic from Wichita, Kansas, also turned in a 180 mph run. One world's record was broken as Gerry Decker from Wichita, Kansas, drove his street road- women's singles championship, jster 157 mph on pump gasoline, beating Alice Luthy of Peoria 7-5,! The only local entnry to win Wampler, former NCAA cham- ^ ^ j wus ^ SL j^ gas dragster pion from Purdue, made a 36-39 75 and his finishing Star bowler Eddie Lubanski of Detroit won 23 games pitch- owned by Ed Fitzwilliams and driven by Wayne Brown who won of sin State League in 1948. gas division with 1155 mph. Cards Host Pittsburgh In Four-Game Series ST. LOUIS (AP) - Two of the toughest pitchers of the National League face each other at Busch Stadium tonight. Bob Friend of the Pittsburgh Pirates will be seeking victory No. 11 and Larry Jackson of the Cardinals will be after No. 13. Friend has lost six and Jackson eight. It is the start of a three game series with Pittsburgh for the Cards and a 12-game home stand. Sunday, the Redbirds pulled some zany antics. They included having two men on third base at one time, but beat the Reds 6-5 and swept a three-game series at Cincinnati. Daryl Spencer, Joe Cunningham and Stan Musial all drilled home runs. The two men job on third base in the ninth inning. Carl Sawatskl singled and Curt Simmons pinch- run for him. Simmons then went to second on a passed ball. Julian !Javier singled, Simmons stopping at third. Joe Cunningham got on by en error. Then Bill White hit a long double, scoring Javier. But Cunningham had decided to hold up at third and when White, running wildly, looked up, lo there was Cunningham. White tried to return to second but didn't make it. The Cards are now one percentage point out of third place and four games out of first. Closed for Vacation JULY 23-30 OPEN FOR BUSINESS MONDAY, AUGUST 1 Central Wheel Alignment and Brake Service 103 CENTRAL ALTON NOW YOU CAN LEARN TO FLY Mi IT'S QUICK EASY • INEXPENSIVE Anyone from if <o M can leara. Modern planes, experienced la- structors. A great enjoyment for everyone. A great asMt to tht businessman. (Veteran Approved) II il FR Dimonttratitn Listtn Phone CL 9-6437 Financing Arranged It De*Jred. WALSTON AVIATION, Inc. 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