Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 15
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SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Little U.S. Men Have Big Jobs 5-5 True* Is 10,000 Hope for Us EUGENE, Orr <AP> - The smallest men training here today with the U.S. Olympic track and field team have the longest as- sipnlliertts They air tuning their tough ffttte torsos for the 10.000 and 5,000 meter races, and the 3,00ft meter steeplechase at Rome. "Tfiey'ro only littlr in measurement," observed Bill Bowernian. "Th<y run real big." Bdwerman is head coach at the host University- of Oregon, an interfiled spectator of the weeklong training program and director 6f thr Saturday meet which climaxes the practice. Others have called them "chasts with legs." Head Coach Larry Snyder of the Olympic tcaiil said tlip description is apt, "it you add the word 'courage'." Max Trucx of Warsaw, Ind., is the littlest of Ihe lot and is America s No. 1 man in the biggest i dantuge. 10.000 meters (mara-! thoners arc not training here). Trtiex is 5 feet 5 inches tall, and; his yeipht of 128 pounds makes him'less than half the heft of the trains I) u 1 k i e s t man, discus thrower Rink Babka of Palo Alto, Calif. Rink weighs 2b'7 pounds and stands t>-3. Jill) Beatty of Charlotte, N.C., lop man in the 5,000 meters (and u sob four-minute miler on the Mde). stands 5-6 and weighs 128. Heading the steeplechase crew is; George Young of Silver City. Jackson's Wins Milwaukee Slowed Pair of Games n T i o t> i By Jack Sam or d MURRYVILLE — J a c k s o n s sewed two wins over Jacksonville FRITH Supply in Central Illinois Softball League games Wednesday. The first game was halted at the end of six innings when Jackson's got a 10-nin lead to down the Jacksonville squad 11-1 and handed the same team a 13-G loss in the second game. Cal Johns was the winning hurl- cr in the first games, as thc Jackson battlers unlimbered their bats and slugged out 15 hits. Ken Zumwalt got the big blow of the first game, a triple. In thc second game, Overby started for the Jackson's and was j replaced by Johns in the second inning Met, hit a home run to highlight \*»«*te produces more than its B.v JOtS Associated Press Sports Writer Jack Sanford today must know how Freddy Fitzsimmons, anoth- Penn Gridders Meet Nation's Top Players HERSHEY, Pa. (APt - penn-! firsl -P lacc sylvania football fans claim, andj to ^ 8 ame «many college coaches agree, that Los Angeles' third-place Dod gers blanked Uic Cincinnati Reds er Giant pitcher, felt 23 years ago. In 1935, Fitzsimmons lost eight out of 12 decisions. In his four successful outings, he had to pitch a shutout. Sanford won his ninth game for San Francisco Wednesday, a 50 triumph over Milwaukee. He has lost eight. Six of his victories have been shutouts. Big Jack's four-hitter combined < with Pittsburgh's 7-3 triumph over St. Louis increased the Pirates' over the Braves f , Jackson's four-run second inning. shHr [ c of '°P fo ° ba j' talc , nt Phii »ii mi K<ii' r\f UntlMtt/1 »?c 2-0 behind Don Drysdale's four in i *_ vi tv/|' Jwtwnii " Thc number of Pennsylvaniansi hilter and thr Philadelphia Phil- J. H. s. <* J^k«m' S (ID i on oul-of-state college football ros- lip . s dmvnerl tnp Chicago Cubs THURSDAY, JULY 38, I960 !• tto Sportllfe by JACK BARBAfl ' Sporta Editor Golfing Mndnr«n According 1o the Intrst issue of Golf Digest, the pocket-sized magazine that contains information for the golfer every month, it has estimated in its newest issue that there are 6,000 golf courses in this country and It works out to he about one for every 30.000 people. Jordan Refused Boxing License LOS ANGELES (AP)-Ex-welterweight champion Don Jordan says his next fight is not a re,...., _;, match with new champ Benny There "re about only 4^ ^-| (Kid) Paret , but a scrap with the lion active golfers, but that "K-^ , , Afh|e , |c Commls8 ,on. ure is an increase over .«) PCI cent in the last 10 years while The rommiwlon Just abou the number of courses have in- killed Jordan s hopes to meet creased only '20 per cent. Cuba's Pnret when they refused magazine also carries an to grant Jordan a boxing license, article on the record number The terse announcement Wednes of holes-in-one being hit this day accused Jordan of year- actions detrimental to the best interests This year's 'total may reach of boxing." a record high of 8,000. made. If HEN THE FOG ROLLED IN WASHINGTON — Harmon Killebrew (3) Washington Senators infielder leans on his bat and watches with Detroit Tigers Catcher Hank Foiles (10) as umpires suspended the game in the twelfth inning in Washington last night due to fog which covered the field for 15 minutes. With the fog lifted, play was resumed in the marathon contest which lasted four hours and 48 minutes. Washington eked out a 5-4 win over the Tigers in the 15th inning. (AP Wirephoto) Dlxon Hem'sh HIM Watkins Hyines Powell Chambers Beck R 0 0 0 /uniwalt n o Simpson 1 0 Metz (i 0 Mncher o I Watkins 0 0 Turner o n Barro 0 0 Johns R 0 2 2! but there is another indicator. It's thc annual game Orlando Ccpeda, with three hits,' nd Jim Marshall, with one, drove' The motl iinii*inil NO tor this .vi'Hr wn* tered ii* follow*: A. IxHiarl, plavhiK the Minneapolis, Minn.. Vnlle) courtp, fired oil 11 *lml toward a IBS-yard hole »»'' watched HI hi* shot dipped Totals 18 1 INNINCi: .;. F. s. Jackson's J Totals 32 II 15 I :> 3 4 5 6 R H E 3 i l i some of the best high school play-' in two runs apiece to lead the toward the wtiler. 1 i 2! ere Pennsylvania can produce i Giants ' eight-hit attack on loser a o ii and a select group of scholastic j Lpw Burdette and Don McMahon., 3 ° ''stars from throughout the nation.i Drysdale duplicated SanfordV Thc game was spurred by Ali foui '- hil Performance for Los An- 0 I 0 0 0 U— I 2 ! Clark, sports editor of the Harris-'B cl(JS which 111Hrked his second i o « l 2 l—11 15 iiburg Patriot-News A group of istraignt shutout and fifth consecu SECOND GAME sportswriters around the state; tivr victorv - Thp ta " right-hander, J. F. s. (6) Jackson's (13) i helps select the Pennsylvania i struc ' k out six and didn't walk ai The hall "kipped three tlnii's on the water, (ningcd Into tlu> hank mid lca|M-<l high Into the nlr. Thr hull flew straight at tin- pin and dropped In for 1111 arc. Player AB R II Player 1 ernandes 4 I 1 Wlntjen By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting : (based on 200 or more N^"l48^pouii5er"w1io'ad"mits~hisj at bats):."-Skowron. New York, official listing of 5-feet-9 is a trifle' - 333; Smith - Chicago, .322. high: • Runs — Mantle, New York, SO: , The biggest distance man who Maris, Now York, 69. j has qualified for a trip to Rome Runs batted in — Maris, New League Leaders TorgCSOll's Blow Helps Sox Dixon Hem'ijh Mill Watkins Powell Enke Hynies Tom have 3 1 0 Zumwalt 3 (I 2 Watkins 200 Metz 300 Flncher 4 1 I steffen 4 1 1 Simpson 'i I I Turner 2 1 0 Barro Overby .lohns A f o ": team, known as the Big 33. Another easr batter. Rolf magazine The Pirates, winning their third one made by Commission Secretary Clsyton Krye dedined to elaborate. But he ridded: "Thc action seems very final." It's no secret the commission has taken a dim VH-W of Jordan's dioicc of friends, including ex- uamblcr Mickey Cohen. However. Jin-dim testified at a recent commission hearing that his onetime association with Cohen has broken off. Tlic Jordan camp say they'll appejil the commission's ruling- Meanwhile, manager Kirk Kerkorian said he'll try and get a court order to force Paret to meet siuhled by the .Ionian in a return bout. oseph in thp ^' e "'h- Singles|Sprain Ij.ko C,«.r«.. Yonk, bv Jop Christopher, Dick Groat. ;N-Y.. but ,1 won t roun. as is Phil Coleman of Champaign, York. 79; Skowron, New York. ti7. 114; 111., s 5-10, 155-pound steeplechas- Hils _ Mjno so. Chicago, er. Deacon Jones of Iowa City,| Smjth Chicago, 112. lowjj, and Bill Dellinger of Spring- i -. .. „, ., ^ . .. ,j _ , f . * . , Doubles — Skowron, New York, field, Ore., both measure in at;,,,, .... ,,, .. ' ,„ . „ ' !22; A hson, Washington, 21. Hv JOE nUICHLER AssociHted Press Sports Writer Probably the most unsung and widening the White So.v' first-place lead over the rained-out New York Yankees to 1'.2 games. 'T'otals 27 6 6 Totals INNING: 1234567 Jackson's J. F. S. the most successful big leaguer 1 The bespectacled southpaw j in his specialty is Earl Torgeson, | SW j ng er has been called upon as I 36, pinch hitter extraordinary ofj an emergency batter this season the American League-leading Chi-: 36 times and in 22 of these he has ! reached base — 10 hits and 12 , r i o i The national team is picked by! ,., , , , , u < !! °jthe Oklahoma City Sports Club. \*™W fro ™ «• Louis, snapped*!* on thc _4«w-.varcl 12th h.-lr 2 .', °,j All players on both teams arei a :( 2 211960 high school graduates. _, . , . i i 1 Proceeds of the game, in Her-! Gino Clmol! ™* Hal Smith high-; record for, e HS he ad- i T Ijshey Stadium, go to charity. ' li K hted thc three-run rally. Fredas he cut the dog C K and hit 2^^ Pennsylvania won the first two! Green ' wh ° took ° ver after ** lthe shot only - M ° yartls ' 37 13 14 j g ameSi (}.o and 18-0. Gibbon walked the first two bat- Ike and tfolf 04 l 0543-13*14 ! : But the Peiinsylvaniatis face: ters in ihe sixth - 8 ave U P onlv While on thc subject of coif.. 0400020—6 6 6! pernaps tne j r st iff es t test in the! one hit and S^ned credit for his readers may remember when third annual game here Saturday> flfth victor y- Rav Sadecki was the President Kisenhower first wer.i night. loser. golfing as President. The nationals, coached by Bo Pinch nittcr Bobby Del Gre c°' s ; The picture showed a young Sherman, former George Wash-j leadoff homer broke a 3-3 tie andi man p | av inc on thc fairway WJING cago White Sox. The third-string first baseman The crowd at Saturday's prac- j ^Triples - Robinson^Baltimore, j cracked the key hit—as a pinch hitter—in a five-run seventh inning that: set up a 10-4 Chicago tL-e meet will see two events fea- 1 Fox Aparicio. Chicago and faring the small men who run 'jig. The steeplechasers will run u 3,000-meter flat race — without hurdles or water jumps — so the uoaches can check their condition. All 5,000 and 10.000 meter men! will compete Becquer, Washington, 6; seven players tied with 5. Home runs — Maris, New York, | — 31; Mantle, New York and Lemon, Washington. 25. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chica- | victory over Boston Wednesday in Pirates Single Cards to Death In 7-3 Victory ST. LOUIS (AP) —The Pitts- a 5,000-meter i g0i 23: Landis, Chicago, 14. j Pitching (based on 10 or more! decisions i — Coales, New York,! 9-2, .818; Perry, Cleveland, 11-1, i | .733. j Strikeouts — Bunning. Detroit, 1125; Bell, Cleveland and Pascual, I Washington, 100. walks. That's an amazing .611 on- base average. In the only other game played in the AL, Washington outlasted Detroit 5-4 in 15 innings. Rain forced the postponement of the scheduled doubleheader between Cleveland and the Yankees in New York and Kansas City at Baltimore. The Detroit-Washington night struggle lasted four hours and 48 minutes—only 10 minutes short of the longest game in American Alton Teams Play Centralia The Alton Recreation Department is sponsoring its annual Inter-City All-Star games with Centralia Saturday. Games will start at 11 a.m. and will be played at the Henry St. and Riverside diamonds. Games in each age group are as follows: 8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14 and 15-17. Teams are being selected on a representation basis, that is, two players will represent each team. Most of the teams have decided! to let team members elect the two representatives. '• The Alton teams will travel to' BOWL l.NX Meitern Mixed '.'Oil txmlerv A. Mason 205, V. • MID 203, J. Davidson 201. K ington Univetsity mentor, feature! launched a four -'' un ral 'y in "Xnext to the presidential ,parly lU-imkamp 201. L. Scheibal 214 fast backs and a 211-pound aver-; flfth for ^P Pnillieswhich handed who had the look ol a " age line that matches the Penn-i 1 " 6 taile nd Cubs their sixth !golfer . By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. National League Batting (based on 200 or more at bats) — Mays, San Francisco, i Chicago New York Baltimore League history. Bob Allison sin-1 Centralia the following Saturday gled home Pete Whisenant with to complete the home and home! the winning run in the 15th. The victory gave Washington undis-j Larker, Los Angeles, .338. ns — Mays, San Franc: T2; Mathews, Milwaukee, 67. Runs batted in — Banks, Chicago, 81; Aaron, Milwaukee, 76. Hits — Groat Pittsburgh. 128; San Francisco, IIS. Doubles — Pinson, Cincinnati, 54 38 .587 50 37 .575 IMs 51 44 .537 4V 3 ( 47 41 .534 5 : 44 45 .494 Sli 43 46 .483 9';. 36 54 .400 17 ' 34 54 .386 18 \Vednesdu.v Results Chicago 10, Boston 4 Washington 5 Detroit 4 (15 in- _ puted possession of fifth place. Kansas City Cleveland burgh Pirates singled the St. Louis ^ ""*«*•"» Angeles. .«». i Washington Cardinals to death Wednesday \J^_-^^ t .?"^>\ Detroit night in Busch Stadium and the 7-3 victory meant the sweep of a three-game series and a firm grasp on first place in the Na- 0 Donal League for Pittsburgh. The Pirates pounded two St. Louis pitchers for 12 hits and only ':' -"---•- _---•- -•; ;- Cleveland at New one was for extra bases, a tripe nl "8 hu '"' •*• ^ *• DOS non«l ra£ hv Bill Ma/ero«ski. Tn ' )les ~ } lnsun ' Cincinnati Postponed, i am "The loss went to rookie Ray and Whltf ' St Louis ' S; Bruton Sadecki. who in siv and two-thirds innings gave up eight of the hits. Reliever Marshall Bridges yielded iour more in the two-third inning he worked and only Ed Banta, who-worked one and two-third in- Dutch Leonard To Pitch At Bunker Hill mid-summer classic. j Sager's Nips Dieriug I i In City League Game \ • Two games were played in the; ' Alton City Softball League Wed-; nesday night. sylvanians for size. Orioles Win, 6-0 WOOD RIVER — In a Khoury _,eague playoff game here at Jaycee Field Wednesday the Hartford Orioles defeated Madison 6-0, behind the one-hit pitching of Terry Brown. East Alton JVluny League WEDNESDAY Midget Division Reds 15. Yanks 9. Just Rites 6, Hawks. Junior Division straight defeat. typicali ''•• Uauson 200. J. Hankins 206. '..'. Kmercik 210. L. Fanning 201. Chiefs Rally, Whip Shipman SHIPMAN - Thc Alton Chiefs! i scored two runs in the top of the j : seventh inning here Wednesday j night to break a 1-1 tie and whip Wayne's Co-op of Shipman, 3-1. Archie Crotchett was the winning pitcher, allowing two hits, i both in the first inning. Ralph Ebbler had the big blow 1 for the Chiefs, a two-run homer in thc seventh. He had 2-for-3 for National Cleaners 8. Piasa 1. th( , wni , p Jjm Carey a , Sf) Teenage Division i had two hits. UMWA Chiefs 0. He looked like any other golfer on the courtp only hi* golf clubx were different. In his bag which he carried on hid shoulder one could MFC several clubs plus a .30 caliber carbine Mtlcklng out of the bag. It *eem* he was a Heeret service man playing along side of thc chief a» protection. BOWL HAVEN Wednesday Mixed No. t J. Keller 178. G. Tovo 155- 1S9-179 i523). K. Marquis 219. C. Marquis 161-161. L. Steiger 222, D. Steiger 220-182-168 (570', ,i. Clowers 225. A. Smith 278 H;I:<>. C. Jefferson 232. WedneMlay Mixed No. 1 <i Stoller 231. M. Kogei 162- One might just wonder wliatilhi. B. Lenhardt 153, B. Sey- typc of shot \\oiild call for thejl-ert 152-1K8. V. Muehleman 162- rifle? ilhT, L. Leady 182. J. Leady 202. Yesterday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , , . , , Batting, Bob Allison, Senators- '• doubleheader. Chiefs (3) Tonight the Chiefs play at Murrayville against Murrayville in a Central Illinois Softball League 27: Ma>s. San Francisco and Cun- nlnfis - Nl Cleveland ! Sager's Francisco, 7. Home runs — Banks. Chicago and Aaron, Milwaukee, 28: Mathews, Milwaukee and Mays, San "'^' lt Francisco ''1 ' Detroit at Washington (N) Stolen bases - Pinson. C.ncin- Kansas Ci 'y al Baltimore (N) Friday (iaiuen Chitrago at Washington (N) - - -" - " —- - - ,i».<.itir>nw i \viiiiMinw i r^.- \ nao Cleveland at Baltimore (Nl and.dropped below the .300 mark' d<tlhlons ~ "ilnams, Los Ange- j o 298 ' es ' ^"--> ^> Roebuck, Los Ange- The Pirates now lead the Mil- les 8 "-' 8()0 - uaukee Braves by 1". games. Strikeouts — Dnsdale, Los An- Pittsburgh paraded" four pitch- « eles - lb - ; Knenfi - Pittsburgh. 124. ers to the mound before finding nings escaped hitless. Stjin Musial, who had been en- nati ^ : Mays ' San *'™ncisco. 20. joying a hitting streak, went 0-5 Plk> hirig (based on 10 or more BUNKER HILL Dutch Leon. York (2), ard. former major league pitch 'ing great, will hurl two innings 1 Diering Kansas City at Baltimore, post- '•• us a highlight during the fifth j ] NN | N o: rain (N) annual Khoury League All-Star I East Alton Thursday Games ! game at the Bunker HilJ Khoury Chicago at Boston i League diamond at 12:30 p.m. Cleveland at New York 2 twi-1 Sunday. Leonard has more than 20 years of experience of pitching in the major leagues and gained fame with his vaunted knuckleball while with the Washington Senators. He also pitched for Kansas City at New York (N): the Brooklyn Dodgers, Phila- Detroit at Boston (Ni delphia Phillies and the Chicago Cubs. He finished his career National League in the majors as pitching coach W. L. Pet. G.B.: of the Chicago Cubs. Diering Ford 5-4j The b 'S outfielder singled with one and East Alton rolled over thei Steelworkers 18-13. Norbs Northsiders won on a forfeit by Midtown. INNING: Smllh Pete Whisenant with the run that i gave the Senators a over the Tigers. Wayne Coop H Player AB 0 0 Musgraves :i 0 0 4 1 •• Price 3 1 1 :i o 0 Davib .'I 0 o 5-4 victorv Ebbler :i I :> Par'tier 2 n l 0 ' loly K Smith 4 0 1 Welles :i 0 o Palermo I n 0 Weidner 200 ^Mnfni'rl C.i»nU Burmesler .') 0 0 Alalfa 2 0 (I 1234567 RHt: * "" *" "" v " Sdnlola ' uldnls> , Chappell 3 0 1 K.Heven 200 101102 0—5 8 ii— The big right-hander permit- j crotchett 2 i o Reno 2 o « 0004000-4 7 l j ted only four hils b | ank j n g the Toia]g ^ 3 g Totals INNING: 1234567 , . , „. Pittsburgh the combination ,n Ld Ureen who MJ ( | U(M | /o((| , || n| .| er Milwauker hurled four innings of scoreless ' )>)S Allg( ,|p S containing ol a pained arm after QUINCY. III. iAP> - P.-dro f m( -imuii one^nnmg. p,. r ev : 20-year-old right-handf-r. Hul;id<-lphia E|rl Francis relieved him but piu-hc-d his third no-hit Midwest Chicago left fiflpr the fourth with the same League baseball game of the st-a- convlaint SOI , Wednesday niglit as Waterloo Jew Gibbon was tagged for two defeated Quincy 1-0. runj in the fifth and lelt in favor Perez, who now holds a \D-4 iwon-lost record, struck out four and walked three. Perez scored his team's only run alter he walked and made home on a double by John Hinson. I Waterloo is owned by the Boston |Red Sox. of Qreen in the sixth. TT»E Cardinals are idle today. : Little League EJLEMtEJKitK Godfrey 7, Dodgers 6 56 37 .602 — He won 193 games and losl 53 37 .589 I ] iil87 during his major league 49 41 .544 5',i caret'r which ended in 1953 with 49 4-1 .527 7 the Cubs, 46 43 .517 8 The leam.s lor the All-Star 42 50 .457 131-s game Sunday will be composed 55 .402 IS'/a of the best players from all of 58 .363 22 the teams in the South Central EetiuIlM Khoury League. Philadelphia 7, Chicago 5 San Francisco 5, Milwaukee 0 Pittoburyh 7, St. Louis 3 (N) Los Angeles 2, Cincinnati 0 (N) Thursday Games Fight Results You get famous Schwinn Quality construction at • rock-bottom low price in the Schwinn Tornado! Trim middleweight model with coaster brake. Comet in 26, 24 and 20-inch sizes. Boys' in Red, Girls' in Blue. DON'T DELAY Dork Phillips Serious Threat in Western Golf I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Philadelphia at Chicago ' Montreal — Bob Cleroux, 207, \ Milwaukee at San Francisco ! Montreal, knocked out Roy Har- Cincinnati at IXM> Angeles (N^ris, 198 1 ,;;, Cut and Shoot, Tex., 5. Only games , Porthcawl, Wales — Mike De- Friday Game* John, 210 1 !!, Syracuse, N. Y., de- Pittsburgh at Chicago dared winner over Dick Richard- Philadelphia at St. Louis (N> son, 201. Wales. Richardson dis- Miluaukee at Los Angeles (N),qualified in eighth round for but- Cincinnati at San Francisco iN CITY fAP) — Sandra iwnt Barbara to-at Sherry Wheei- Spujiek of Indianapolis and Dons er (Glasgow Ky. 3 and 1 Wednes- of Belleville, III., posed da> b> coming from behind to win frreats to Uw better known fi\e lioles on the back rune. in today's quarter-final Judy Kllw. Uie Southern cham- iouQd of the (iOth Women's Wesl-|pion from Old Hickory. Tenn., crn Amateuj- Golf Tournament, shot sensational 5-under par golf MJBS SpuzH-li, Indianapolis city In beating Anne Richardson, Co- hajiipion who wa* eliminated in lumbus, Ohio 4 and 3, and has Ue-lust round o/ two previous!Judy Kimball, Iowa champion " »tern appearances, upset Jo from Grimes as a quarter-final CJunderson, Seattle, the 4e- i (oe. Miss Kimball eliminated Julie diainp. 1-up to I*) hotoiHull, Anderson. 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