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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1960 ASA Tourney Begins Saturday 16 Teams Will Play At WR Park WOOD RFVKR — Thr \Vox1 Rlvrr Township .layrpps will hold thrir nnnunl AmatPiir So!t- bnll Association Sectional Tournament Saturday. .Inly .10 thnniRh Siitiirrtny. August 13 a 1 the Jayi-rr Field. Tlir tourney is divided into two classps.' "A" and "B". Their will br eisfht trams pn- 1rrr>d in pach class. Thp win- t'pr of flip "A" class \vill play at thp stntp tourney Ht Monli- ccllo. III.. August 17 and the "B" winner will go to Granite City. Aueiist 27. The tourney i« double elimination. Entered in the A elass are Jackson's. Norh's Northsiders. Alton Chiefs. Vnndalia Merchants. Chuck Diering Ford. Franke's Brake Service (Belle- villci. Spengler Oil (Granite City), and Millie's and Mirkie's (Granite CityK The "B" division has Alton Central Mold Shops (ACMS), Edsemont Bible. First Presbyterian. P. N. Hirseh, Mid town. Sager's Drug Store, Wayne's Co-op, and thp Litehfield toms. White Sox Open Series With Boston CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago While Sox hope to gain ground on the teams pressing them for the American l,eague lead tonight Alien they oprn a three-game series with the seventh-place Boston Red Sox. The White Sox are one game ahead of the New York Yankees, three ahead of Baltimore and three and a half ahead of Cleveland. While the White Sox battle the FJcd Sox. Cleveland will be at New York and Kansas City at Baltimore. The White Sox will send Early VVynn (5-7) against Ike Delock (5-3). The Chicago Cubs were shoved deeper in the National League cellar Monday when they blew a five-run lead and dropped a 6-5 decision to Cincinnati in the ninth inning. George Altaian's three-run homer had helped the Cubs build their big lead but neither starter Bob Anderso.i nor reliever Don Elston could contain t+ie Redlegs. Shortstop Ernie Banks was hit Cus j in the left knee by a pitch by Don iNewcombc and had to leave the game in the second inning but is expected to play today when Philadelphia open; a three-game series against the Cubs. A sweep of the series could lift the Cubs ahead of the seventh place Phillies. Glen Hobble (9-12) will face Robin Roberts (6-9) in the first game. Our Swimmers Throw Scare Into Aussies SYDNEY (AP) -Record swims by American and Japanese stars the past few days have thrown a real scare into the Australians. The Aussies are not nearly as confident as they were about a cleanup of the swimming medals at the Rome Olympic Games. Australian swimmers are training .with their coaches at tropical Townsville, 1,000 miles north of Brisbane. The Olympic trials will there Aug. 2, 4 and 6. known the Australians have long planned to set new world times for many distances at these carnivals. But the word from Townsville is the Aussies overall are not coming up in training as well as was hoped. Commenting on American and Japanese times, Coach Sam Herford said: "The game is up. . , we are back to 1954 and trailing at least two other nations." He meant Japan and the United States. Dontalbot. coach of Jon and lisa Konrads, the freestyle record holders, said: "The other nations are catching up. Because of our Australian swim- bit of a rut. Time is running short and I don't know if we have enough time to get out of the rut before the Rome games." Yachtsman's Group Picks Hydro Team DETROIT (AP) - The Yachtsman's Assn. of America today was to pick 'Jie hydroplane team which will try to recapture the Harmsworth Trophy for the United StatPi- The association was expected to nam» Gale V. Miss Detroit and way for three ears now since the j p i casure over the decision. PGA was changed from a match Jackson's has the best won lost record in the "A" class with a 28-11 mark for a percentage of .718. Its leading hitler Is Glenn Wintjen at .419 and leading hurler Bob Johnson with an 18-4 record. The Alton Chiefs have a winning percentage of .685 with a 26-12 mark while the Vandalia Merchants are 27-13 for .675. Don Plarski is the Chiefs' top hitter with a .350 average while Cliff Wisdom is the best pitcher with 30-3. John Croster paces the Vandalia team with a .368 average while Jim Coleman is top t wirier. The First Presbyterian Church in East St. Louis has the best record in the tourney as it has been undefeated in 14 games. Wally Rosenkranz has spearheaded the offense with a torrid .506 batting average and Bill McFarland is the leading hurler with a 9-0 mark. Edgemont Bible is running a close second with a 10-1 record for .909. It has the hottest hitter in the tourney, Frank Jacobs with a .625 average. Bob Boyd. pitcher, be held has figured in all 11 decisions. It is The schedule is as follows: SATURDAY Game 1, Class B—AMCS vs. Edgemont Bible, 7 p.m. Game 1, Class A—Jackson's vs. Norb's, 8:30 p.m. SUNDAY Game 'J. Class B—First Presbyterian vs. P. N. Hirsch, 7 p.m. Game 2. Class A—Spengler Oil vs. Alton Chiefs, 8:30 p.m. AUGUST 1 Game 3, Class B—Midtown vs. Litehfield Customs, 7 p.m. Game 3. Class A—Chuck Diering Ford vs. Millie and MJckie's, 8:30 p.m. complacency, AUGUST 2 ming is in a Game 4. Class B—Sager Drug vs. Wayne's Co-op. 7 p.m. Game 4. Class A—Franke's Brake Service vs. Vandalia Merchants, 8:30 p.m. AUGUST S Game 5, Class B—Winners of games one and two. 7 p.m. Game 5. Class A—Winners of games one and two, 8:30 p.m. AUGUST 4 Game 6. Class B- Winners ol games three and four, 7 p.m. Game 6, Class A—Winners ol games three and four, 8:30 p.m. AUGUST 5 Game 7, Class B--Losers oi games one and two, 7:30 p.m. Came 7, Class A—Losers of games one and two, 9 p.m. AUGUST 6 Game 8, Class B—Losers of games three and four. 7:30 p.m. Game 8. Class A--Losers of I games three and four, 8 p.m. AUGUST 8 Game 9, Class B—Winner ot game seven and loser of game! •ix, T p.m. : Game 9, Class A—Winner of; LOS ANGELES (API— Former]Yang, of UCLA, who will compete game seven and loser of game'Olympic head coach Dean Crom-jat Rome for Nationalist China and six, 8:30 p.m. -well, always the optimist, today• who finished second in the recent AUGUST 9 : forecast great success for the I National, to give him the most Game 10. Clasi. B—Winner of; United States track and field' competition. game eight and loser of game i team in Rome this summer. I Coach of the 19-1S American five. 7 p.m. i In a iiuieter but equally reas Nitrogen defender, to battle the Canadian Miss Supertest III. FRIENDLY INTERVENTION AS TEMPERS FLARED THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American W. L. Pet. O.B. Chicago 52 38 .578 — New York 49 37 .570 1 Baltimore 51 43 .543 3 Cleveland 47 40 .540 3'/i Washington 43 44 .494 7\. Detroit 42 45 .483 8',i Boston 36 52 .409 15 Kansas City 33 54 .379 171s Monday Results No games Tuesday (tames Chicago at Boston (N) Cleveland at New York (N) Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Detroit at Washington (N) Wednesday Games Detroit at Washington (N) Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Cleveland at New York (2l Chicago at Boston (Nt In the Sport I tic h.v JACK BARBAN Sporta Editor COMIJTU PLANS The Alton Elks Quarterback Club, an organization composed of some area men who are dedicated to promoting and helping area prep sports, is getting rea- coaches what great teams they have and how their own team has very little chance oi winning a single game. This year the organization will attack the player of ttit week problem a little differently. The dy for another fine year. i- T h e Quarterback Club will The group headed by Jim Dix- ^^ ^ outs tanding line and on, the new president, had a b ^ k {nm each „, ^ area meeting the other night to >w«j whoo , B ln <, V erv game they play, the ball rolling for the coming! Th|s means jf)Rtead of gelect . high school football season. This means ,ing one lineman The Quarterback Club for the' weck _ ,| lcre wj || past five years has been honor-j solp( ,, ( , ( , ing the outstanding players of the week during the season and highlighting the end of the season with a selection ot the outstanding lineman and back of the year. The Club plans to kick off the season with the six area grid coaches representing Alton, Western Military, Marquette, Wood River, Roxana, and Civic Memorial at a kick off dinner Sept. 8. At this dinner, the coaches moun and git>an aliout the coming season telling their rival and back each be six of each CHICAGO—Cincinnati pitcher Joe Nuxhall (39) squares off against umpire Ed Vargo after protesting call of play at first base in eighth inning of game with Chicago Cubs Monday. Niixlmll had covered the bag while first baseman fielded George Altman's infield hit, Vargo called runner safe. Billy Martin (12) looks on anxiously (left photo), then tackles Nux- hall with teammate Gordon Coleman to prevent violence. Running up is manager Freddie Hutchinson (1). (AP Wirephoto.) Golfers Take PGA Tourney A way From Pros By DON WEISS ANxociated Press Sports Writer AKRON, Ohio (API—The bigger the Professional Golfers Assn. championship grows, and it has pushed into the big three of American pro golf, the smaller it is likely to become in interest to the fellow it used to be designed for— the club professional. That seemed to be the trend today as the nation's top players and teachers headed for their lomes and stops on golf's continuing circuit after Jay Hebert's nerve-numbing victory in the I960 PGA tournament. Of the top 60 finishers in the final standing, only a handful were club pros. It has been that Cleveland Players Call Off Piersall Meeting NEW YORK (AP)-The Jimmy Piersall controversy has calmed down — on the surface — but remains explosive underneath. Troubled peace has descended on the Indians. A scheduled meeting today between the Cleveland players and Manager Joe Gordon to discuss the perplexing Piersall problem was called off late Monday night but it's no guarantee that another won't be called. Player representative Harvey Kuenn, after a talk with Piersall, said there was no longer any necessity to have a meeting. Piersall, at first greatly distressed to learn that the players planned to hold a meeting concerning him, voiced play event on generally easy "pool tables" to medal play on a course like this 7,165-yard, par 35.35—70 Firestone Country Club monster that played as tough as a site of the National Open. Only the regular members of golf's tutoring group have a chance on courses like these. At the start of last week, 90 per cent of the touring pros claimed Firestone was too tough for all but a few of their number. That Hebert wasn't one of those mentioned as capable enough really shouldn't matter. What does matter is that of the top 60 in a field that originally numbered 184, the best performances by club pros were 72-hole totals of 296 by old-timer Henry Picard of Cleveland, Shelley Mayfield of Jericho, N.Y., and Bob Harris of Winnetka, 111. That's an average of 74 per round and 15 strokes off the 281 that won for Hebert and his blazing finish in Sunday's final round. Veslenlay's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Batting, Bob Skinner, Pirates— His home run in the eighth snapped a 2-2 tie and led to a 4-2 "Piersall convinced me that his talk with President Joe Cronin had given him a new outlook," said Kuenn. "Jim promised me that he would mend his ways and his teammates are going to give him a chance to prove it. We're very glad we didn't have to have the meeting." League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 200 or more at bats) — Skowron, New York, .334; Minoso, Chicago, .323. Runs — Mantle, New York 79; Maris, New York, 68. Runs batted in — Maris, New York, 78; Skowron, New York, 67. On the surface, everybody happy. But the resentment apparently lingers on. The latest Piersall episode began Monday afternoon when Kuenn disclosed he had requested Aussie Favored In Pennsylvania \ PHILADELPHIA (APi — Rod JLaver, the Australian Davis Cup is star, has been established as the early favorite in the 61st Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis Champion- Pittsburgh Milwaukee Los Angeles St. Ixmis San Francisco Cincinnati Philadelphia Chicago National League W. I,. Tel. G.B. 54 37 .593 — 52 31) .591 ',» 48 40 .545 4', 8 49 42 45 4 7 12' : 18' s 20 ships but the most colorful performance Miguel this far Olvera has of come from Guayaquil, a meeting between the Cleveland j Ecuador. players and Gordon to discuss! The enerjjentic Olvera, who de- what should be done about Piersall because of his numerous wrangles with the umpires. Jimmy's latest squabble, which resulted in his sixth ejection, last Saturday, resulted in a summons to Boston Monday. He received a fatherly talk from Cronin and was fined $100. It wasn't until he arrived in New York that he learned ol the proposed meeting. "I asked Harvey, who is aj Southpaw Uvei friend of mine, what it was all,old Sparks. Fort feated Earl Buchholz Jr., in last week's U.S. Clay Court Championships, Monday won over John Brownlow of Cleveland, 8-6, 9-11, 6-3 in the opening round of the Pennsylvania tournament. He did it the hard way. bouncing all over the court. Once, in a desperate effort to save the second set, he was unable to check his momentum and landed in an|Skowron adjoining court where the worn-' Yankees en's singles were taking place. .538 42 .517 11 49 .450 35 55 .389 33 56 .371 Monday Result* Cincinnati (i. Chicago 5 Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 2 (N) Tuesday Games Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco (N) Cincinnati at Los Angeles (N) Philadelphia at Chicago Wednesday Games Philadelphia at Chicago Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N) Cincinnati at Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco Skowron Leads AL in Hitting; Larker Ahead Sfi.ger'.s Drops Doiiblehvadvr player St. NEW YORK (AP)-"Give Bill a full season with the and he's liable to make life miserable for American defeated Har-| Ll> »KUf pile'ers." Worth, Texas, j This is what Skowron's team! mates and some opponents have Holm berg of Brooklyn, j bflr " 1 saying the past few years the top-seeded American,! wnilci tnp husky first baseman has the field and they wanted to talk j also advanced b. a 6-1, 2-1 default i oeen Plagued by numerous in- about," said Piersall. "He told me | (}./], 6-2. the players felt I was making! Ron them nervous with my actions onJN.Y., the situation over with the man-; ager. "I told him it's all right with me if that's what the fellows! ccntly. wanted but I resented all the talk! Vic Seixas of Philadelphia, win- about my hurting the club's iner of the title seven times since from Lester Sack of Clarksdale,< juries. Miss Suck retired when he aggra-1 This . r r ' owron has appeared vated a leg injury sustained re-!" 1 80 of his team's 87 games and it's showing up in his work. He chances to win the pennant, i told11946, beat Ronnie Fisher of Hous- him nobody on the club wants to I ton, 6-0, 6-4. win more than 1" i following his talk Hits 111; — Minoso, Chicago, Smith, Chicago, 109. Doubles — Skowron, New York, 22; Siebern, Kansas City and Allison, Washington, 20. Triples — Robinson, Baltimore, Aparicio and Fox, Chicago, and Becoucr, Washington, 6. Home runs — Maris, New York, 31; Mantle, New York and Lemon, Washington, 24. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chicago, 25; Landis, Chicago, 14. Kuenn, following his talk with Piersall, talked with several other Cleveland players and it was agreed to call off the meeting. "From now on, the only thing for me to do is to prove I can keep quiet and play ball," said Jimmy. Three 1 League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fox Cities 5, Des Moines 0 Fox Cities at Des Moines, 2nd game, rain Sioux City 8-10, Green Bay 0-2 Cedar Rapids at Burlington, i rain took the ,' .icrican League batting lead over the wv'<end and The new plan should give, extra Incentive to boys who ar« playing on teams that are having a lough lime In winning, fcach boy oa the six teams will have the chance to be selected a» the outstanding player In hte particular game. Of course, this plan will run into much more money than in the past and the Quarterback Club may -need a little help to finance the program. More Selected , I-AITV two weeks, the boys selected .is the outstanding play- cis will be honored at a banquet al Ihc h!ks Club. This means that the -4 players and six coaches will be guests at almost every banquet. The season will again be capped by the' .selection of the outstanding lineman and back of Hie season. The Quarterback Club will also pay off its quasi-bet made with Hairy CarH> lust winter. At that time Caray offered tn buy all of the quarterback Club memberx plun gucftt* a meal il the Cards finished behind the Chicago Cubs In the standing* this se.a»on. Marring a sudden crash parallelbiK the 1029 stock market zoom downward, It looks like Caray has won his b.-t. Anyway, the Quarterback Club is ready to concede and Caray will be issued an invitation to return to the FJIks Club in October to receive the fruits of his victory. Also Caray may bring along DETROIT (API — The Chicago any and all members of the St. White Sox have signed Bill Tak--Louis Cardinals to enjoy t he acs, an 18-year-old Detroit high meal. school third baseman, to a bonus The local boys plan on giving contract. Caray quite a spread. Takacs was signed to a Class Ai The Alton area is very fortun- contract and will report to the ate in having an organization White Sox farm at Charleston, that is willing to devote a lot of S.C., in the South Atlantic League extra time in promoting area next spring. 'sports. Sager's Drug lost two Saturday night at Olin ground to Happy Hollow' Louis. The first game saw Happy Hollow score a 4-2 decision and come back with an 8-6 victory. Butch Kister was the losing pitcher in the first game, striking out nine, walking none and giving up six hits. In the second contest Jack Rhoade.s was the loser. Thursday night al Olin Sager's will host Jacksonville State Hospital in a doublelieacler beginning at 7. Saturday night the Granite City Ravens visit Sager's at Olin in a doubleheader starting at 7. White Sox Sign Prep Star From Detroit IS.* victory for Pittsburgh over St. | Pitcvhing (based on 7 or more Louis. Pitching, Bob decisions) — Fornielcs, Boston, Friend, Pirates— 16-1; Coates, New York, 9-2. The veteran right-bander hurled! Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, nine hit ball through 8 2-3 innings j 125; Bell, Cleveland and Pascuul, ; d won his llth of the season as Washington, 100. the Pirates regained first place with a 4-2 triumph over St. Louis. Coach Predicts Olympic Succes National League Batting (based on 200 or more at bats) — Larker, Los Angeles, .344; Mays, San Francisco, .343. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, 71; Burton and Mathews, Milwaukee, G6. Runs baited in — Bunks, Chicago. 80; Aaron, Milwaukee, 76. Hits — Groat, Pittsburgh, 124; Mays, San Francisco, 116. Doubles — Pinson, Cincinnati, 25; Cunningham, St. Louis, 24. Cincinnati Game 10, Class A Winner of surnig tone, Uncle Sam's decath- game eight and loser of five, 8:30 p.m. AI'fUJST 10 Game 11, Clasi B—Winners ol games five and six, 7 p.m. Game 11. Class A—Winners of Carries five and six, 8:30 p.m. AUGUST 11 game | ion star, Raier Johnson, predicted lit will take a record score to win j the 2-day, 10-event grind in the 19W Olympics. Harold C o n n o I I y, hammer- throwing champion, announced he will be trying to better his world murk of 225 feet 4 inches and his team. Cromwell declared the United States could leave its top three athletes at home and win panics with the next three. Cromwell predicted a sweep tile Triples — Pinson, and White, St. 1 mis, S; Bruton, Milwaukee and Kirklund, Francisco, 7. Home runs — Aaron, Milwau kee, 2S; Banks. Chicago, 27. Stolen bases — Pinson, Cincin Bucs Find Punch, Regain Top Spot By JOK RKICHLER Associated I'rcss Sports Writer They said the trouble with the Pittsburgh Pirates is that they're just a bunch of They lacked the singles hitters, ingredient that helps win pennants—the long ball. So what did the Bucs do about getting back to first place Monday night? They banged out three home runs and halted the oncoming St. Louis Cardinals with a 4-2 victory that gave them a half-game lead over the idle second-place Milwaukee Braves. Bill Virdon, Bob Skinner and Roberto Clemente provided the long ball. Virdon hit his homer in the sixth. The blow came off Larry Juckson and tied the score at 1-1. Pittsburgh went ahead, 2-1 in the sixth and St. Louis tied it 2-2 in the seventh, when Jackson went out for a pinch hitter. today s. . a .'.'/.'A mark—11 r its higher t'-an runner up Minnie Minoso of ChX-u'-- In all, Skowron collected 16 hits in 28 trips last we^ 1 Mo nined 24 points while moving up from i <'-!"' place. IV*' loso picl"d up eight poi"'- to .323 with * ''s .. 30 times at bat. Al S^'"• of the White Sox advanced from sixth place to third on the strength of a nine point in- cre,T • to .322. In the National League, Norm Larker of the streaking IMS Angeles Dodgers held a one-point lead over Willie Mays of San Francisco after Sunday's games. Larker dropped seven points to .344 last week and Mays' average tailed off five poin' to .343. Richie Ash burn be in the lineup, of the chic^o Cubs was third at consecutive; 321. (SUMMERTIM CAR SAFETY SERVICE tffour Car, Family and Personal Safety Benefit When You Deal With Us HERE'S WHAT WE DO ADJUST •RAKES was expected to today for his 589th game. I Nuxhall's blowup came in the eighth when George Altman, who had hit a three-run homer off Newcombe earlier, beat out an infield hit, Nuxhall, covering first on the play, took the throw from first baseman Gordon Coleman. When Varga called Altman safe, Nuxhuil charged him and nearly knocked him off his feet. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York — Emile Griffith, 150, New York, outpointed Jorge Fernandez, 148 l /2, Argentina, 10. Tijuana, Mexico — Eduardo Guerrero, 120, Mexico, outpointed Danny Kidd, 120, Philippines, 10. Impact br*k« lin- inc •nd wheel cylinders, add fluid •nd preoimoo ad> Jwt brakM. ADJUST ALIGNMENT Correct cMUr and cimber «nd (oe-in •nd toe-out to manufacturer'* specification* BALANCE FRONT WHEELS Precision b«l»nr« both front whMU • nd in»t«ll all n«c«M«ry weight*. In the eighth, with Ronnie Kline, Sail'a former Pirate on the mound. Skinner hit one into the scats to regain the lead for the Pirates Then, for insurance, Roberto Clement? homered in the ninth and iiiili. I 1 : 1 ; Mays, San Francisco, 20. |relief artist I-JIroy Face came in; in Pitching (based on 7 or more Game 12. Class B—Winners of j Olympic mark of 207-3',- even be- games nine and 10, 7 p.m. jiuiv he heads for Rome in meets Game 12, Class A -Winners ol!coming up in Southern California games nine and 10 8:30 p.m. {Aug. 5 and 12. ! Connolly is pani|H>ring n badly torn back muscle but said UK in jury is gradually responding to treatment. The three were guests at trade fad field writers' luncheon Johnson who set a record score of 8.683 in the recent AAU decathlon at the HXJ and 20() meter dashes, as i decisions i — Williams, Los Ange- Bobby Morrow accomplished iniles, 10-2, Roebuck, Los Angeles, the lUj(j names, "II we are pro-18-2. vided with enough bandage and Strikeouts —Drysdale, Los An- adhcsive tape to keep Ray Norton. gcles, l.'HJ; Friend, Pittsburgh, 125. together." Norton, subject to injury, is best L'.S bet in the sprints. Cromwell predicted Little Leagues OtOM 13. Clabk B Winner of gam* 1$ and loser of game 11 7 p.m. Game 13. Class A—Winner trf gam* 12 and loser ol uame 11, 8:30 p.m. AUtU »T is Game 14, Cla»s B -Winners ol gain** II and 13, 7:30 p m. Ciftjut 14, 0*** A—Winners ot game* 11 itStjZ. 9 p in. admitted tliat 9.UOO or e possible, He said fe t-xpecU'd success in 1 ' 11 ' •' •"" (J •""' | • slfi'plcclmsc lor ^"''K 1 ' Yuun«. the c.vAn/on.in "<>« "' Ihc Army. a; "And HiTbir Llliott had better not have anything wrong ujth linn or I'utt young man from Ore- National j L;OII. Dyroi liurlcsoii will iM'at liim Ore,! Don't sell bun short in the 1,500 more points meters,' smd Cromwell, referring lo Hurlesuii, (lie American chain- C. K ItAVHOKV Tigers 14. I.ions 10 Cubs 21. Cardinals 5 Lions It!, Cardinals 8 Cards 15, Foxes 4. fcitUU* llvxilivy Uiuiith 11. Kugles 9 Beavers 14, Godfrey Giants Kiijjlos 19, Godfrey Cards 9 Beavers •?, Godfrey Curds 3 11, Athletics 10 1U, Eagles 3 to seal Bob Friend's llth triumph i of the season. In the only other game scheduled in either league, the Cincinnati Reds overcame a 3-U deficit to deleal the Liu'cago Cubs 6-5. The Cincinnati triumph with with two runs in the ninth climaxed an action-packed game in which Ernie Banks of the Cubs I was carried off the field after • being hit with a pitch and Cin: cinimti pitcher Joe Nuxhuil had to 1 1.' restrained from assaulting urn- i pire Kd Vargo. Banks, batting against Don Neweombe in the second inning, was struck on the left knee by a pilch, lie fell writhing to the ground and it was feared he hud suffered serious injury. Examination showed only a bruise and he FOR THE FAMILY THAT HAS EVERYTHIN6 — and is now paying for it M the payments on too many instalment purchases are catching up with you, arrange an HFC Payment-Reducer Loan and pay off all you still owe. You'll pay HFC much less per month than you pay now... and actually keep more of your paycheck! Drop in or phone HFC-America's oldest and largest company specializing in instalment cash loans. 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