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Thursday, July 28, 1960
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, JULY 2S, 1W0 ALTON BVBMNft TELEGRAPH PAGE SKVttN DeJohn-RichardsonBout Ends With Fans Rioting PORTHCAWL, Wales (AP) » Mike ttojohn of Syracuse, N.Y., was nursing only a slight rut over his nose today as a souvenir of his bout with European heavyweight champion Dick Richardson and an ensuing riot during which the fans pelted the ring Ban Blutgill Crappl* C«tfiih BLUE RIDQE LAKE MSHINft tMI PICNIC ttt MtlM Wett *ntf m Miles North of Pottcrfourf. with a variety of The explosion ewne after referee Eugene Henderson dlsffuali- fied the Welshman In m» eighth 1 round of a scheduled 10-round i fight for butting. The crowd, which had sat in a drenching rain in the outdoor arena, promptly went into action, hurling bot- (|PS, chairs, newspapers and umbrellas in a wild demonstration. DeJohn floored Richardson ; three times in the first round, and again In the sixth, but on the whole it was a butting, wrestling exhibition which aroused the ire of the spectators. INJOY MANY Alice and RuMe.ll Rleke, Owners LAKE OF THE OZARKS • Swimming Beach • Boat* Rented Ultra-modern cabin* at lake level L 7*A OFF° OSAOE BEACH HIGHWAY M MISSOURI Wood River CL 4-6130 Phones Fireside 8-2770 Golfers Take Over Baltimore Course Appears Easy for Women DOUBLE DEAD HEAT FT. ERIK, Out.—Rube's Arc (9) and Berate Kline (11) touch the wire together in dead heat for first at Ft. Erie, Ont, Wednesday as Sandy Sugar (2) and Flotilla (obscured) lunge for the wire deadlocked for show. Only outline of Flotilla's head is visible be- hind Sandy Sugar. Peter Prophet (1) finished out of money. Track offirials believe double dead heat was first on Canadian track. Race was $3,500 eighth, a claiming race. Note mirror images behind horses in track photo. (APWirephoto) MINNEAPOI TEft,TIM<3RE""" (AW JJB — Golf s! uncomplicated traveling show took over the Pine hooked like a Ridge course today for the opening of the $25,000 Eastern Oprn without having to worry about the like* of Arnold Palmer and Sam Snead. Palmer, Snead, and another PGA tourist, Art Wall Jr.. chose instead this week to play for ; guaranteed exhibition fees in ad- ijacent Pennsylvania and Virginia. \ Bob RosnurR, PGA Tournament Committee chairman, said Snead was paid $,iOO to play only in Wednesday's Eastern pro-am and $1,000 was dangled unsuccessfully before Palmer and Wall to come here for the 72-hole tourney. Meanwhile, the 142 pros entered in the Eastern promise to give the Pine Ridge par of 72 a licking. Fifty tuned up Wednesday in a pro-amateur event and 26 were under par despite playing in showers that added length to the 6,820 yard course. Gay Brewer Jr. of Crystal 'River. Fla., and Lionel Hebert of Lafayette. La., led with 66s. Kon Venturi of Palo Alto, Calif., and I Ronnie Reif of Singing Hills. ! Calif., were only a stroke behind. ,IS fAPl-A flat, public course that pushover to most of the ladies brought prediction* of fancy scoring today in th* American Women's Golf Open. National Open Champion Betsy Rawls, Mickey Wright, defending tltlist Bev Hanson and hometown sweetheart Patty Berg were among the top-ranked favorites in the All rfjApw iwl IB Shoot owner >,« p»r 75 «t natty, MOO-jftri H»a-|* W&Tnft O0W90* r& Ttrtd tt one of the wstest^ cuufMs tw'vfi wen on ow tour," * said Jackie Pimf. "The fairways are good and there to almost no trouble. Jerry West. 6-foot-3 senior from Cabin Creek, W. Va.,; promises to shatter West Virginia basketball records in his final season. VACATION AT ECHO LAKE RANCH Here l» the place so many chooie for a real vacation (In (he foothills of the Ozarki). In a beautiful valley, only 21 miles from St. Louis. Fine sand and concrete beach for wading and swimming, new sun decks, diving docks, boai ni8 fishing, hiking, movies, saddle horses, ihuffleboard. wiener roasts, hillbilly golf and special ranch dnncln«. Rugged Ozark country , CABIN * 3 GOOD MEALS EACH DAY i Lots of fun—for old and young ; WONDERFUL PLACE FOR CHILDREN ' Phone or writ* for Illustrated folder giving all- expense vacation rates Information or reservations to St. Louis off let '.2710 WASHINGTON (8) JE. 8-0673 Adults 75c J Kids SOc | Players Vote to Play 2 All-Star Games in '61 IT'LL WEEK $35 3 DAYS ALL- Sift EXPENSE IO Less for Children FINE FOR A FAMILY PICNIC OR SWIM DATE Drive out anytime. It may be just the place you are looking for. Or try a complete ranch day outing—two tasty meals, swimming, dancing and •round privileges, only $2.75. Go out Highway 30 (Gravols) to west side of High Ridge il« miles from city limits). Turn right on Hghway PP to our sign Turn left and continue to ranch, ranch. Essex 6A486 Keep this ad Evenings or weekends phone NEW YORK (APi—After weighing all tbe pros and cons, the major league players have voted to retain tht 1 two-year old, All-Star doubleheader — at least through next year. Their decision was based on (li the need for the extra revenue to speed up the premiums in or- '21 the belief that the fans prefer two games over one. The players made one conces-j (L—^. sion. They agreed the games' should be spaced further apart instead of playing both in the same week. The 1961 games will be played a month apart—as in 1959. The tentative dates are July 11 der to receive top pension benefits j in San Francisco and August 8 in It Ivor Ripples nnd with Harold Brand Set Boat Record Last week this column told how two men planned to attempt a new speed record on the Mississippi River in a 20-foot pontoon boat running from New slime, or rancid odor. The; scales should adhere tightly to; the skin, be colorful and shiny, The flesh should be firm and! elastic to touch, should not sep-j arate from the bones, and should i TRADE ENGINES INSTEAD OF CARS AND SAVE MONEY at the earliest eligible age, and | Boston. This year the games were j Orleans to Minneapolis. Le o! have a fresh fish odor-free of ran i played in Kansas City, July 11 Bolster and Ray Garte of Minne-! c idty. (and New York, July 13. The Na-, a polis ran the 1.700 miles in; Itional League won both games to; 197 hours arriving at their des- reduce the Americans' overall tination last Friday. They were! margin to 16-13. 24 hours behind schedule due to i ___„„_ • I ' f **V|1 ! "The players feel," said a play- a one-day delay because of fog :er representative, "that despite!in the St. Louis area. i the criticism from some news- jpapermen and baseball officials. 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When the fish flakes eas- are in favor of two: nounced ^ e publication of a new is, provided they are played j Recreational guide for the use of ifferent sections of thej millions of boating enthusiasts Ivvho take to the water each ily with a fork, its done. Handle fish as little as possible, careless, handling and turning may bruise and break the flesh and certain- Now all we have to do is catch some fish to put the university's supreme test. players' pension fund. Sox -One Came Ahead of 1959 Winning Pace CHICAGO (API - The Chicago White Sox have padded their American League lead to I 1 , a games over the New York Yankees by crushing the Boston Red Sox again, 10-4. SEARS AUTO PARTS DEPT] Starters low at 19 BB exch '«•»• Rebuilt to five tup performance Generators 10,80 Original unit*, expertly rebuilt. Regulators vou- 4 99 age "•» New for nil can Guaranteod. Fan Belts only Cjuaranie«d 25.0UU COMPUTE SELECTION OF LOW COST AUTO PARTS • QuorontMd to bt «s good or better than •rigincl tqwipmtnt parti—cost Itit • felt, •«•)•* initollation available "A game in San Francisco and'year. Information includes bpat'iy won - t ne j p jts appearance another one in Boston would give numbering, legal minimum fans in both the East and West a equipment requirements, other chance to see an All-Star game equipment a boat should carry,! advice""io in person." responsibilites when piloting, aids Both games will be televised.!to navigation, some hints on safe- NBC again will do the telecasting' ty afloat under sail, padddle or and pay an additional $20,000 for oars, emergency procedures, and the second game rights. Sixty per; U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary serv- cent of the receipts goes to the ices. i The 80-page book is well illustrated and includes methods of iartifical respiration, signals and] 'other valuable information for every boatowner to know. Copies of the guide can be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C., at 40 cents each. License Fees An Illinois resident's hunting license costs three dollars plus a 25-cent clerk fee. regardless of the applicant's age, Glen D. Painter, director of the Conservation Department, said today. . „,.. State law provides for a 50- In beating Boston for the 13th cent Uoenge for f isherrnen 65 time this season, the Sox are one| Q , d or older but no pro . game ahead of their championship-^ has been made {or hunters 1959 pace have gone over the 500; 65 oW m older> M r . mark on the road withi 24-23, have, assumed tnal resident hunt . won 10 of their last 11 games, 151, , icenses would be sold on the in the last 19 and 24 in the last; same basjs as ^ flghi , icense 33 since beginning their big push and have )ied to , he D ,. on June 21 , -r, L .• .- uuirc «. ment fo( . a aQ.ygrjt hunting h- They face the Red Sox in the cense. Boston finale Thursday with Billy shooting Preserve Directory Pierce, winner of 4 of his last 6i Hunters may obtain a free co- starts for a 9-5 record, meeting py O f tho 1%0-lh Directory of more- Tom Brewer (6-8). than 300 shooting preserves from Boston routed Bob Shaw with a the Sportsmen's Service Bureau, four-run fifth inning for a 4-2 lead. 250 East 43rd St., New York 17, The White Sox sewed it up with N. Y. The directory lists tele-| five runs in the seventh. Nellie Phone numbers and indicates thej Fox's double drove in the tying counties in which the preserves and winning runs. al ' e located as well as the tame Minnie Minoso also drove home! availaole ' services and facilities, two runs with a double in the| More tnan 5 -°00 of the nation's eighth and Sherm Lollar hit his] to P marksmen, both civilians and No. 3 homer in the ninth. .service men, will participate in Gerry Staley hurled the last| tne National Rifle and Pistol three rounds, but the victory went | Championships which started to Turk Lown who had rescued i Tuesday and ends Aug. 28, re- Shaw; < ported the National Rifle Assn. The Chicago Cubs still remain °* America. More than 100 in- in reverse. The Philadelphia Phil- 1 dividual firing events will be lies dropped them farther into the' scheduled during tho five-week pe- basement, 7-5. It was the Cubs '' iod a ' Ca| T>P Perry, Ohio, sixth straight defeat and 13th in, Fl " h Suggestions their last J6 games. I Tne University of Michigan The Cubs rallied for a 3-3 tie in savs ' that to tel1 when a f' 8n I* the fourth on three hits - a triple fresn ' lo " k il >'ight ™ 'he eye. From Biedermani 6-DIAMOND DIAMOND DUO 11-DIAMOND 7-OIAMOND MARQUIS! CUT $ GUARANTEED 100$ TRADE IN Your ring purchase opens your account for your jewelry and Furniture selections in the future. JEWELRY DEPT. Broadway and Plasn, Alton LIFETIME WEAR TILE For Every Room HigbGloti Decorator Colors Groaso Proof Easy lo Install No Limit Mill Run FREE ESTIMATES Call HO 2-9411 Use Our Will Call Wodp Plan Factory Surplus Coos All the Way Tkru BEAUTY BONDED GENUINE FORMICA a- 69 Sq. Ft. CERTIFIED NO LIMIT NEW HEADQUARTERS ALTON AREA CERAMIC 69 WALL TILE SQ. FT. Carburetors Ford B.ftB 40.53 ••»• Rebuilt. Duplicate* original* low it* N»wl Equal (o original equip. ALLSTATE Mufflers low an Heavy duty. Up to Vli heavier steel than mo»i oilglnaU for lonf«r lire, in atttllatlon 3.0Q. Brake Linings •hot* 4i4v ALLSTATE heavy duty bonded Hnlnjii ur« 35,000 •• Ittiifaction guaranteed •r your money back*' SEARS ALTON PHONG H05-55U by George Altman, a double by Richie Ashburn and a single by Moe Thacker, and a sacrifice fly by Ed Bouchee. But the Phillies produced a four- run fifth at the expense of Setli Moi'ehead, who had replaced Don Cardweli. The Cubs' plight was marked in the midst of a two-run ninth inning rally. A pitcher, Jim Brewer, had to awing tor Mark Freeman, another pitcher, in a pinch-hjt role. Manager Lou Boudreau said this had to tie done because infielder Don Zimrner had had a sudden virus attack. Brewer tapped weakly to tbe third baseman. Pick Ellsworth (4-7) will be tbe Cubs' choice to (ace rookie Green (1-4) in the finale with tbe Phillies Thursday. "- They eyes should be bnght and clear, full and bulging. The gills should be red or pinkish, never gray, and should be free from Consistent Bowler FORT COIXINS, Colo. #Ann Flynn, women's high jump champion in the 1B59 Pan- American Games, has her sighU set on winning a gold medal in the 1960 Olympics in Rome. A native of New York City, she was a member of the 1856 Olmypic team. She also won high jump titles in the last three Women's National AAU indoor meets. Miss Flynn is a student at Colorado State University. Nick Egan has won six national trapuhooting titles. He is only 20* I DON'T MISS THIS RUBBER BASE 2'/a" COVI GRAY ONLY Reg. 24e IS 1 /*' LATEX or SAND YOUR CHOICE PAINT 025 DECORATOR COLORS . 3 9*1. XTRA LARGE SELECTION FRANCHISED DEALER 6-9-12 ""'"SANDRAN XTRA SPECIAL CLOSEOUTS ODDS t ENDS TILES COME «*!"•* ECONOMY LINOLEUM 559 E, Broadway at Henry ALTON HO 2-9411

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