Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1960 · Page 19
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 27, 1960
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PAOBtWEWT* ALTON ,SV»f«a TELKOftAPTi WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,1»60 Freese*, Sievers Lead Sox 9 Attack on Boston CHICAGO (AP>—Th* OilcaKOiran into more difficulties and for White Sox maintained their one game American League lead over New York Tuesday night with a the second straight day lost in thp ninth inning. This time-thpv \vrnt into the ninth with a 2-1 lonrt only ' 21-hit attack spearheaded by Gene to havr rookie Clay Dalryinple FYwse and Roy Sievers. , club a three-run homei as the Cubs! The White Sox dumped the Red fell to their fifth straight loss. ; Sox 16-3 for their 12th victory ln> -php onlv brJRh , spo , for tr , p ; 16 fumes against Boston as Early Cuhs was ' Ernie Banks' 28th Wynfl went the distance for his homer. The Cubs are now 21 Sixth triumph against seven losses. : gam p S behind first place Pitts Both Sievers and Freese hit 'burgh and 2'.& games behind; home runs as did Nellie Fox and j seventh place Philadelphia. i Minnie Minoso. Freese also col-j -j^g Q, bs wi |) sent j tton Card- 1 lected hvo doubles and hvo sin-j we |] ,4.101 against Gnne Conley gles and had four runs batted in ,g.g, today. and Sievers added three singles to his output for the evening. Freese lifted his season average against the Red Sox to .587. Every- 1 body in the lineup except Wynn 1 nit safely while leadoff man Jimj Landis drove in four runs. ! homer, The Sox failed to gain ground; gles. going Ypstmla's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Batting — Gene Freese. White ix. drove in four runs, with two uoubles and hvo sin- 5-for-fi in Chicago's over New York which defeated 16-3 victory ove: Boston. j Cleveland 6-1 but the Chicagoans pitching — Bob Purkey, Reds. ] put more daylight between them- ! four-hit Los Angeles to run record ' selves and third; place Baltimore : (0 10-6 and beat Dodgers for third which lost 2-1 to Kansas City and dropped to four games off the pace. The hvo teams meet again today with Bob Shaw (9-8» going against Boston's Ike Delock (5-3>. The Chicago Cubs, meanwhile. time this year. 4-1. National Golf 0ay in 1959 realized more than $90.000 wr/ich eventually will be turned overj to charities and worthwhile golf! projects. » , ~-~ River Ripples == and Outdoors with Harold Brand KICKING SPECIALIST MORAGA, Calif.—Tommy Davis of the San Francisco 49ers, gets off a practice field goal kick as quarterback John Brodie holds, during training session at Moraga, Calif., yesterday. Davis* spot on the 49er§ is strictly a kicking specialist—punts and place* ment. His best punt traveled 71 yards during his rookie term last year at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco. Coach Red Hickey said Davis will be the best kicker in the National League. Davis is from Shreveport, La., and former fullback forJLoulsana State University. (AP Wirephoto) ^ Thousands stood and roared in hrirunv. «nHi St L ° l " S '" 19M when "" Amer ^ F «<*. "«* Pittsburgh fire- tamvays and ican . Fred lMn , entered the man , hpn took over ^^ Dary , Pari stadium at the climax of the Spencer hit into a double play and puts ' pl;iK«{p marathnn ' . .1 *-. • > « .* . X . Nev ' mammon. SPt tnp Cardinals down in order In rthe'less", she played Wholes in , There Wfls q " lle " '^down the ninth to preserve Uw's thin; one under par in beatine Andv en if vvas t " scovered tnaf victory. ! Cohn Waterloo Iowa 5 and 4 ' L " rz had ^pped a ride on one Tonight, the Pirates play their 1 She was to meet Sandra Spuzionj 0 ' lh ° 9e " ew ; f8n 8 1 « 1 R as bug- third and final game of the series w«ll\**n wpMcawl* J «*. -_.:,_ «« rt _, »t,A utnvrf * H ,4 «I r>.._~.U Ot-JI...-. J *-* . a penalty on her long game. Nev- ! Ashburn Thinks .335 Good » Enough to Win Bat Crown CHICAGO (AP> — Richie Ash- reer average of .311, winning the burn, 33, thinks a .335 percentage title in 1958 with .330 and 1955 Club to Decrease Membership Boat Races Coming may be good enough to ^ n the with .338. The Godfrey pond, a 19-acre n you have a fast pleasure: National League batting crown .. Irs complete mystery to me ' body of water used by the God- boat don>t forget , 0 get u ready jthis season and that he has a wha , happened last'year when I frey Fishing Club for about 38; for fte AJton p . rates 0utboar(J | chance to grab it. dropped tf j . 2f fc." said the broad . yearS 'J aS H«n»i »™ f o rtnp Alton Boating Club's fourth annual! "But I'm still 20 points or so shouldered blond. a recreational area '°| l " e A "°" . . I behind Willie Mavs (of San Fran ' Ashburn was asked if he thought Box Board Co. ¥he fishing club i aces a week from Sunday just dBCO) and Norm Larker (Los An . he would hjt better ^ a {irst . members, limited to 35, will no ; west of Clifton Tertece, reported i g e ]es)-and that Mays, especially, | division club. longer be able to replace tnose comm. Bill Taylor. There \vill be I is steady enough to keep up thej "I don't think there would be who resign or die.. However, j ^ree semi-pro and professional J pace," said the Chicago Cubs' out- j much difference," he said. they have permission to continue, races as we]1 as eight pleasure j fielder, one of the majors' best I "I will say that being with a using the fishing waters which | boat craft John Kfrwta 2200 abound in crappie, bass and blue- iN Rogers Ave., is race chair- gill. lead-off men. Ashburn. who wound up 12 sea- jnmn. Cash awards will be given | sons Vith the Philadelphia Phils Through last year he had a ca- Edward Ott of Godfrey, a long| to the semi and professionals j 1 last year with his poorest show- time member, said that the pondi and trophies to the pleasure craft ing, .266, now is hitting .321. was originally c-reated man>;pj] ots . years ago when the GM&O rail- ! road dammed a creek to provide | water for steam locomotives., The pond is about a maximum! of 25 feet deep, Ott estimated, and is part of a 33-acre tract. Distant Voyagers Several distant boat trips are being made regularly by Alton Lake area boatowners. Bill Whltehead of the Alton Motorboat Club recently made a five- day round trip to Quincy (111.) Boat Club in his 19-foot outboard cruiser pushed by twin 70-hp motors. .The trip was routine and without incident, Whitehead said. The John Kellers' from Hide- Away Harbor completed a two week 1,290-mile voyage to Minneapolis in their 23-foot inboard cruiser pushed by a 185-hp motor. Both corning and going the Kellers had their boat pulled at Davenport, Iowa, to replace j damaged drive shafts. The .Kellers enjoyed excellent weather. They made the trip last year in an open outboard runabout and encountered bad weather all the way. Keller said that they found ample fuel supplies and overnight docking facilities at a $1 a night. Shifting Sands One man's headache can be another person's bonanza. A few years ago, the operator of the Golden Eagle Ferry transported some nuns free across the Mississippi River. In return they offered to pray for whatever the operator would like. He told them that a sandbar on his crossing was causing him much difficulty and he was trying to get the Corps of Engineers to remove it. About two milps downstream, E. (Bus) Narup and Art Breiner, operators of the Cove Boat Docks were hoping that the sandbar would form in front of their place to provide a recreational area tor boatowners. Within the past month or so the sandbar formed right in front of the Cove where the owners are now building piers over the sand to floating docks off the huge sandbar. Contrary Engine Harold Prange of B e t h a 11 o found thai a boat can be at> contrary as a mule and just as confusing about what to do about it Saturday, he ran his 26- fool cruiser to St. Louis and on the return trip, his motor quit several times. He was unable to start it and accepted a tow from Alton Motorboat Club members, Dr. Don Morgan and Marvin Bodiuu Most perplexing was that Prange said after waiting about • half hour- the motor would start and run (or ahile This occurred fcovoial times, he t>aid. Kougfc Water* Boating »ii weekends anymore is just like going automobile riding on a freshly plowed field The numerous )>oats continually plying the waters keep tht surface unusually choppy to that those who try to t" more than 10 to 16 miles an hour Ukf a beating along with their boat. The best times for a smooth fid* jt "Weekdays and evenings, veteran boatowners avoid rough water and boat only at later times 'winning team is a lot more fun. It makes you feel better, eat better and sleep better. But no matter what club I would be with, I would be out there trying my best to get a hit or get on base some- • AIIGoodytir Tint art Turn* •Iki-Provid.. i 4tsifned *nd fninuficturtd to mtkt r*e*ppin| fricticiL hUmg BABY WALKER CHAISE LOUNGE Keepi little tots happy and acthr* while learning to walk. It's sturdy and iaf«— a regular nursemaid for mom I In the BETTER quality! 1 Inch olished aluminum tubfe* Wide web fola r t eompoetfyl Tubu/ar Stu»l proof flattie California redwood ormj, notheot up '«*««»• f"" high back r«H N^ <*••»«" HURRICANE LAMPS OfranW/a Ca»d/e laroe O/OH G/ofe r!_ I i. ...n« S'T' $1.50 Pair. Adds a not* of gafety to an evening's outing! Keep* pesty insects away. Early brim Canele* American design. 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Fla.. and Elkhart, Ind.. shot down Barbara Mclntire. the USGA and British Amta-ur champion, 1-up. Miss Roth, the'present Florida state titlist, wasn't supposed to! beat Miss Mclntire. So Nancy; fired an outgoing 2-under-par 34' 'or a 2-up lead and hung on fofi 'the victory. Mrs. Anne Casey Johnstone,' veteran Iowa champion from Mason City, eliminated Phyllis Preuss, Brighton, Mich., 3 and 2 «ln what was regarded as a mild upset. Miss Roth's second-round foe was Doris Phillips of Belleville, II., who ousted Lois Penn, Des Moines, Jowa, 8 and 6. Joe Anne Gunderson, defending champion from Seattle, complained the narrow Law's Win Gives Him 13 To Lead Major Leagues ST. LOUIS (AP» -' Vern Law Tuesday night and rw> maintained of Pittsburgh became the wlntrtn- gest pitcher In the major league Ms personal record over thw Louis Cardinals. But the Cards MlMil BW Htfflllg MINNEAPOLIS # - Edg«r- ten, a team representing « town of only 950 «nd a school with an enrollment of 130. won the Minnesota state high school basketball championship to climax a run of 27 straight victories. tO " ST. PAUL, Minn. * — Ken Yachel. frfi* of the few Ameri, caw to pro hockey's high minor league*, will play for hit native St. Paul In the Intmwttona, 'Hot-key League next season The St. Paul club obtained Yackel from Providence of the 'American League. him unkindly in the seventh inning and he dtdn't finish the game. Law's 5-4 victory gave .film a record of 13 this year, something no other pitcher can say, not today anymore. It was hit 10th consecutive victory over the Redbirds and he hasn't been beaten by them since June 24. 1958. But Carl Sawatskl and pinch- hitter George Crowe tore him apart with two-run homers each in the seventh. Crowe's blast to the right field pavilion roof -va:; his third homer of the seaion — all as a pinch hitter. 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