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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 29,1960 Yanks Sweep, Take Over Top Spot White Sox 4-2 Losers At Boston League Leaders B.v THfc ASSOCIATED PRESS j National Immune I Batting (based on 200 or more I at bats* -•- Mays. San Francisco, ' .344; Larker, IMS Angeles, .338. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, J72: Bruton, and Mathews, M11- Bv iOK RKtmtJCft Uvaukcv. 67. j Prp»*4 Sport* Writer Hits — Groal. Pittsburgh. 128; .Tlmmy Pirrsall may hr right. Mays. San Francisco. 120. Bf ' pr a " Doubles — Pinson. Cincinnati^ When the Cleveland players.27: Mays. San Francisco. 25. thrratrnrd rerrntly tn hold a Triples — Pinson. Cincinnati mooting IP Hisruss what should be land White. St. l^ouis. 8; Bruton. dour about Pin-sail's scrapns with the umpires, the explosive outfielder remarked: "While they're discussing em, maybe they should alsp discuss the hitters who have been taking so many third strikes with men on bases and the pitchers who have been throwing home run balls." The Indians staged one of their most inept performances of the season Thursday night as the New so many Milwaukee and Kirkland, San Francisco, 7. Home runs — Banks. Chicago and Aaron. Milwaukee. 28; Math-j ews. Milwaukee and Mays, San Francisco, 21. j Stolen bases — Pinson, Cincin-i nari, 23; Mays, San Francisco, 20. ] Pitching (based on 10 or more decisions) •"- Williams. Los Angeles, 10-2, .833; Roebuck, Los Ange-j les. 8-2, .800. ] Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los An-! York Yankees mowed them down j & eles - 162; Friend, Pittsburgh, 125. twice. 4-0 anri 9-2. to regain first place from Chicago by .003 percentage points. The White Sox lost their game and a half edge by dropping a daytime 4-2 decision in Boston. In other American League American League Batting (based on 200 or more at bats) — Skowron. New York, .325; Smith, Chicago, .324. Runs —Mantle, New York, 82; ; Maris. New York. 71. : Chiefs Whip Murrayville InTwoGames MURRAYVILLE — The Alttw Chiefs added two more wins to their record here Thursday night by whipping Murrayville in a Central Illinois Softball League doubleheader. The first game saw the Chiefs win 2-1, then come back with an 8-1 decision. Gary Burmester smashed » two-run homer In the bottom of the fifth inning In the firs! game to win for the Chiefs Archie Crotchett was the winning pitcher, giving up five hits III III* §|Mirtl!te by MCfi BARBAN Sport* Editor Alton area sport* fan* would get a real treat Even If the Idea la •till only in the talk stage, It don point up the fact that •omeone in the area Is thinking big. Putting Tip Gives Mickey guaranteed to brlnn every topj TT I l^Ill 1X501] pro golfer still In action to the; MINNEApous (Ap) _ A ^ ing tip from Betsy Rawtl sent long-hitting Mickey Wright into the second round of the $7,500 Champion tourney There Is a great possibility that the St. Louis area will be host to a major golf tournament next year. Of course this is still in the talk stage, but things look pretty good for this to come through. The Falstaff Brewery according to rumors Hooting around is now talking with the PGA lol line up a $50,000 top men's! tourney next year. The $50,000 in prizes is almost: tournament. The tourmtment would be held every year in the St. Louis The Chiefs collected three hits, two by Burmester. In the second game the Chiefs scored five runs in the sixth; inning to ice tho game. They hanged out 14 hits area and within five years <he' p jXrn er 1car, Is a possibility that Lo<jkhavpn; Tm|rnament ROMPS OLYMPIC ULLAGE Construction nears completion on new elevated, dual highway which was built at cost of nearly $2,000,000 to facilitate travel to and from Olympic hind latter, building to house all Italian sports federations and Italian Olympic Committee. Athletes will be housed in curved buildings, center. New highway i,, M x -to load Minnnapolis's Patty Bfrg ii,,, and Barbara Romack. Sacramen thiv'to. Calif., by one stroke, The first round came just four t(iii( d;iys after Mickey took 38 putt.-for an S2 in tin- final round of at games Baltimore blanked Kansas! Runs batted in ~~ Maris. New' centers this summer in Rome. Olympic installations begins at Flaminio Bridge across the Tiber, far right city 5-0 and Washington edged ! York - 81; Skowron, New York, 67. beside new road include Flaminio Stadium, lower left; rear. (AP Wirephoto) Detroit 6-5 Hits — Minoso and Smith, Chi- j dome-topped Little Sports Palace, left center; and, be- Cleveland's glaring weakness — j cug0 ' 114; Rob '"son, Baltimore, j — - inability to hit in the clutch—was 108> most evident. The vanishing In- Doubles — Skowron, New York, dians. losers of 15 of their last 20l 22: AIIison - Washington, 21. including their test five, put 221 Triples — Robinson, Baltimore, runners on base in the twin bill Fox> and A Pa r ieio, Chicago and at Yankee Stadium, 16 via hits and six via bases on balls. Only two of them scored. They left 17 on base. Jim Perry, Cleveland's ace righthander with 11 victories, permitted only nine hits in losing his fifth decision in the opener. Three of the Yankee hits were home runs. Mickey Mantle cracked his 26th. Tony Kubek his ninth and Cletis Boyer his eighth. Tom Brewer spaced 10 hits and catcher Haywood Sullivan, a .165 hitter, smashed a two-run homer! to give the Red Sox their first! victory in their last 10 meetings with the White Sox. Billy Pierce absorbed his sixth defeat. Jerry Barber hurled a one-hitter for Baltimore over the A's. A sixth-inning single ruined the no- hit bid of the 21-year-old southpaw who fanned 10. Two-run homers by Brooks Robinson and Ronnie Hansen and a solo smash by Gene Woodling paved the way for Bud Daley's eighth defeat. He has won 12. Washington rallied f for three Bequer, Washington. 6; Seven tied with 5. Home runs — Maris, New York, 31; Mantle, New York and Lemon, | Washington, 26. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chica- j go, 26; Landis, Chicago, 14. Pitching (based on 10 or more decisions) — Coates, New York, 9-2, .818; Stobbs, Washington, 8-2, .800. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, 125; Bell, Cleveland, 104. Doris Phillips Loses Match KANSAS CITY (AP)—Iowa had a veteran and a young star in the semifinals of the 60th Women's Western Amateur Golf Tournament today and they faced tough competition on a difficult course. Mrs. Ann Casey Johnstone, a frequent Iowa state champion, met Judy Bell, three-time Kan- Youth Has Its Fling; Marichal Wins Again Finally Quits As runs in the ninth—as the Senators came from behind to nip the Ti- i]9 - 9 , gers. Four walks, a sacrifice fly and an error by Frank Boiling, highlighted the winning rally. sas champion from Wichita. Judy Kimball, of Grimes, Iowa, champ and Kansas University graduate, played Sandra real surprise of the tournament. Chico Cardenas, who homered in a losing cause. Pittsburgh, enjoying a day off with St. Louis, saw its first-place lead increased to two games over Milwaukee. Marichal, the Giants' right-hander, continued the bril- , - . . liant pitching that marked hisi llls sccond for * e Dodgers. By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer It was rookie uprising day in the National League Thursday. Candidates for first-year honors popped up nearly everywhere. In San Francisco, pitching sensation Juan Marichal posted his third straight spectacular performance, a seven-hitter, as the Giants defeated the Milwaukee Braves 3-2, in 10 innings. In Los Angeles, big Frank Howard drove in six runs with a grand slam homer and a single as the Dodgers outslugged the Cincinnati Reds 8-6. In Chicago, Pancho Herrera walloped his 15th home run and drove in two runs in Philadelphia's 3-2 decision over the Cubs. I Willie Mays. Other first-year men who dis-! Howard, hailed as the "next u'nguished themselves were Phil- Babe Ruth," hit his grand slam- loaded, in the second. Cincinnati and Los Angeles made only 12 hits between them, five of them home runs. Besides Howard, Coleman and Cardenas, Frank Robinson hit his 20th for the Reds and Chuck Essegian got debut when he turned in a spec-| Bobby Del Greco and Herrera tacular one-hitter against Phila-1 accounted for all the Phillies' delphia. His second victory was! runs in ^jr vi c t ory over #& Cubs. a 4-hitter against Pittsburgh. Felipe Alou drove in the winning run in the 10th with a single I off shortstop Johnny Logan's chest. The hit scored Joey Amalfitano who doubled with one out and moved to third when loser Warren Spahn walked Orlando Cepeda after purposely passing! adolphia pitcher Dallas Green, who turned in a winning six-hitter, the Cubs' Morris Thacker, who drove in his team's only run, and ~» I'- "-"' v*. v«»v- IWUJ. llU*.lll_lJLi «. . ... -, . -_ Mrs. Johnstone got to the semi-! Cinclnnatl s Cordon Coleman and finals by beating another veteran, mer in the first inning after a hit Harry Wismer Proposes Grid All-Star Came SLATER MARTIN Country Club could be the host, ronfjdcm ,p in ft oneH ,troke lead. dub one of thovp years. Miss Wright, from San Diego, If tho plans come tlmniKh Talif. stroked a 4-under-par 3(i- anri ii LockliRvn would offei r>— 71 in thp opening round Thurs- lo hi- th<> host club nrvl if the day of the four-day, 72-hole event three by .Tim Cnrey and Rog.-r t:nllrso c "" l(i ln ""' Smith. Smith had a double and;" 10 tniirniinii'in > iriplr while Carey had tw:>'bi>;K«">i cveni CUT doubles. an a. Dean Calvin was the winning Luckhitvn ;ii UK pitcher, giving up five hits. 'tin.,, is not .,mi..- iea.K loi atop (h(> W(Jt|) ,, n . s Ni , tioria | Opcn Next action for the Chiefs is P"J tuurne\. but in a Ic.w yui> \Vorresler. Mass, the ASA Sectional tournament : the trees will be developed and ..[, w . ls ., , ip from jj^y thr(( at Wood River Sunday night ready for action. did it." .said Miss Wright. "She against Spengler Oil of Granitf A tourilarneni of this n-opc in s prnt a half hour on the practice City. addition to attracting the top green with me Tuesday and no FIRST GAME golfers in the country would li'-fd that I wnsn't meeting the Chiefs (2) Murrayville (I) a | MJ |)U | Alton on the m»|' l);i " squarely with my putter." • BRH National TV coviaK- would Marlem- Bauer H.-igge, Delr.-.y 1 ? ?!also be Inc-ludMd and ih- sc<-nic •*•«'•". ™< • was third at 7-1. ? 0 "club would be ideal fo, such an K '" h - v Cornelius. Springfield, ij " i ,. .. Ohio, and Marilyn Smith, Jupiter, 2 o 2iitlt.ract.ion. ... , , . __ 3 o ol fiti., I'iicn nao. us. ; Despite the many problem 1 ') u n'- surroulK '' ll K such an evenl it 3 0 1 (looks like the people involved 27~7~5 in this mean business. Player AB R II Player 1 Palermo 200 Berry Carey '300 Healon Plarskl 300 Hall Ehhler 200 Riley E. Smith 2 1 1 Stunfleld R.Smllli 200 Curtis Hurmester 2 1 2 Pate Chappell 200 Bruce Crotchett 200 Heuton Gustine Whalen Totals 20 2 3 Totals INNING: 1234567 Murrayville Chiefs 0 o o o o 1 0-1* " oi The Kal5itaff Brewery has a o o o o 2 o x—2 3 1; great Interest in sports and is |no! afraid t.o back such an af. if air. ' Great names such as Arnold 3 o o I Pa'nier, Dow Finsterwald, Ken SECOND GAME Chiefs (8) Murrayvllle (I) Player AB R H Player AB R H Palermo 222 Berry Carey 523 Heaton Plurski 400 Hall Ebbler 2 1 0 Rlley E.Smith 5 I 2 Stnnfleld R..Smith 4 1 3 Curtis Burmester 200 Roger Ctiappell 4 0 1 Heaton Culvln 4 1 2 Pate Wisdom 2 0 1 Bruce Heaton Gusllne Burk Gene Littler Takes Early Eastern Lead Totals 34 8 14 Totals 26 1 5j INNING: Chiefs Murrayville 2 " i'Venturi and Bob Goalby, the, BALTIMORE (AP) - Gene Lit- 3 o t j Belleville boy would certainly i tier, a golfer with a seeming 2 o Oj enter .such a tourney. : pencha.nl for money and shy on 3 ° >! The situation Is still in the j prestige, is off and running again 2 o Oj-if" stage, but the possibility;today in the race for the $3,500 I o q.'is certainly exciting and thej first P ri «? '" the Eastern Open tournament. 1234567 RUE) 200105 0—8 14 0 000100 0—1 5 2! Aurora Boy Wins JC Title Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Minneapolis — Harlow Irwin, 34%, Minneapolis, outpointed I Lauro Saias, 134, Monterrey, Mexico, 10. The 30-year-old Singing Hills. Calif., pro started the second round with a two-stroke margin. Littler burst ahead Thursday by shooting a 63, seven under par, for the second straight time in the opening round of the Eastern. It is the lowest score tor the ST. LOUIS (AP) -Slater (Du- CHICAGO (AP)-Al Brauer ofi Tokyo - Somkiat Mougom. 136, | ^o-yearK)ld 6,820-yard municipal 'gie) Martin, captain of the St. (Aurora, a 16-year-old East High NEW YORK (AP) — Harry Wis-; Louis Hawks, is finished playing;junior, heads four qualifiers for |tho National Jaycee Golf Tourna- batler, a single and an error hadl'ner, president of the New York; r jr °[ essi ° nal bas * e '!» 11 ™ filled the bases. The homer was i Titans of the American Football his 16th of the season. Howard's single also came .with the bases By THE ASSOCIATED PBESS American League W. L. Pot. G.B. New York 52 37 .584 — Chicago 54 39 .581 — Baltimore 52 44 .542 3% Cleveland 47 43 .522 5% Washington 45 45 .500 7H Detroit 43 47 .478 9',* Boston 37 54 .407 16 Kansas City 34 55 .386 18 Thursday Result* Boston 4, Chicago 2 New York 4-9. Cleveland 0-2 twi-night Baltimore 5, Kansas City 0 <N) Washington H, Detroit 5 (N.) Friday Game* Chit-ago at Washington (Ni Cleveland at Baltimore iNi Kansas City at New York (N) Detroit at Boston (Ni Saturday Games Chicago at Washington Cleveland at Baltimore Kansas City at New York Detroit at Boston : Sunday Gaiuec Chicago at Washington (2) Cleveland at Baltimore Kansas City at New York (2) Detroit at Boston (2* for a birdie 3 on the 18th green. Miss Bell sank a 7-foot putt for a par on the 19th hole to eliminate Doris Phillips of Belleville, 111., 1-up. Miss Kimball beat Judy Eller of Old Hickory, Tenn., 2 and 1 when the Southern champion lost her touch and the 14th and 15th j holes. I Miss Spuzich sank a difficult 15- foot putt on the 18th to beat Barbara Williams of Richmond, Calif., who was 2-up through 12 holes. Baseball By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Toronto 7-3, Jersey City 1-8 Rochester 5, Columbus 4 Richmond 3. Buffalo 2 Montreal 2, Miami 0 I'acitic Coast League Portland ti. Taeoma 5 San Diego 7, Seattle -1 Vancouver 7. Sacramento 0 Spokane 13, Salt Lake 4 American Abba. Broglio Tonight Cardinals Hope to Rebound AgainstLowlyPhiladelphia oldest Iment in Waterloo, Iowa, next in the Na-i month. Assn., an- Brauer, shooting a final one- Thailand, outpointed Keiichi Ishi-1 course, kana, 140, Japan, 10. League, today proposed an annual j tional Basketball . .. — - - I •"»*-»*.•«.*.J* ... , „. «Mt_* , 01JUWlt*l£^ «. 1J1JU1 WJ*C" All-Star game between the AFLjnounced his retirement Thursday ', over-par 71 Thursday won the and NFL, replacing the one be-, night. He had played in the NBA {state Jaycee Junior tourney at the jhveen the College All-Stars and for 11 years. ! Glenview Naval Air Station course I the National League champions. • Martin said he might be back with a 36-hole tally of 144. Although he has won only the ] Oklahoma City Open this year !and failed to survive the qualify| ing cutoff for such honored events ;as the Masters, Littler has col- 'lected $20,211 in his last dozen Four games were played in j tournaments. Last year, he won the Senior church Softball i five of the PGA circuit and his St. Mary's Wins Over Cherry Street league Thursday night. learnings of more than $44,000 Wismer also advocated that a i major portion of the receipts be i turned over to the players to start in the NBA someday but "only as a head coach, not in any other capacity." Dallas Peters of Urbana lost in a sudden death playoff after a 'four- ST. LOUIS (AP)—Ernie Broglio (10-5) will try to break a three- game St. Louis Cardinal losing streak tonight as the Cards begin a four-game series with Philadelphia. He will be opposed by John Buz- i harde (5-7). Buzhardt has beaten the Cardinals twice this year and j lost to them once. Brdglio is 2-2 against Philadel- ||| BlQ lift This IK his first start- ncmin'et ^ I. Pension plan similar to theone Martin, only 5 foot 10. ? s the covering the major league base-1 last active member of the old; onlv ! ball players. i Minneapolis Lakers who rippr-d up Brauer's closing 71 the league in the early 1950s. ._. tie for the other three St. Mary's edged Cherry St. [were third highest among the 10-8; Upper Alton nipped Delhi,'traveling pros. 7-6; Faith Lutheran dumped! Littler's record tying round Elm St. 9-6, and Main St. ran stole the show from veteran The Redbirds bashed out 16 hits " Callin S *»s year's college j and handed the Tulsa Oilers a 12-5 setback. The game set an attendance record, with 10,023 sports fans attending the game in the Tulsa park. Kampsville Man squad All-Stars is a misrepresen-i As a c ' ol ' e g ia n. ho led the Uni- tation," Wismer said. "Since 75i vei ' sit y of Texas to the Southwest per cent of the graduated college' Conference title in 19-17. stars are in the AFL camps and; jcan't play in this year's game,! the collegians will have the weak- • est squad in the history of the, 1 competition." Sfigers Splits With fville phia. This is his first start against the Phils. The three-game losing streak at home was the second at Busch CAMP PERRY, Ohio —The 1960 National Rifle and Pistol Matches, tjie "World Series" of Whitney Reed Cains Revenge spots. Peters was the! over Hillcrest 20-7. i Jackie Burke, 37, and newcomer other golfer to match. First Christian and Alton. Juan Rodriguez of Puerto Rico. Baptist won on forfeits. They came in with 67 a few -hours before Littler steamed home. Rodriguez was a real dark- horse. It is only the fourth tourney in this country for the 116 pounder who stands less than five feet, eight inches tall. Four others, George Bayer. Lionel Hebert, Doug Ford and Bob Goalby, were only three strokes back of Littler and pat EVANSTON, i;:. (AP) - The! 10 to Gail Cogdill of Washington;was little more than a figure of comparison. College All-Stars Display. Aerial Arms in Scrimmage Sugar's Drug and Jackson viJIo State Hospital split a soft-i passing of George Izo of Notre!State, doubleheader at Olin play.; Darae , Pete H all of Marquette! and Don Meredith of Southern! .Stadium this year fdr the Cardi-!competitive marksmanship, got nals- underway here Tuesday with! HAVERFORD, Pa. (i.fii — "I And it played hob with their i the firing of International Pistol I want revenge," quipped Whitney first division standings. After the j Competition. JReed of Alameda, Calif., who losti won ''''' hehinc) victory in Cincinnati last Sunday,! Representing the Unitedihis national collegiate tennis title!'""* ol Ili>ilei '' ull <> won over Kiound Thursday night. Jacksonville won Hie first game,! 6-2, as Vinyard outdueled' Methodist shows that the college 1 Khoades on the mound. All Stars may depend mainly on In the- second same Sager's an aerial attack against the Balti-i six-hit pitch- more Colts. j ;the Redbirds were only four 'games out of first place. Now i they 're seven away and the Giants Houston 6. Dallas-Fort Worth 51 are coming on fast. HO innings) Indianapolis i, Minneapolis 4 St. Paul 6, Louisville 4 Denver 5, Charleston 4 The Cardinals were in Tulsa j Thursday night for an exhibition i game against their Texas League 'affiliate. the States Army in pistol matches here is Master Sergeant James W. Kurtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kurt/ of Kampsville. Sgt. Kurtz is presently in duty with the United States Army Advanced Markmanship Unit from Fort Benning, Ga. to Larry Nagler this year. Reed promptly got his revenge Srrotjgins ! humor tor Super's. had The collegians sharpened up for Thursday by defeating Nagler, a 20-year-old UCLA sophomore, 13- Little U, 6-3 in the third round of the! 61st annual Pennsylvania Lawni a the All Star game with the National Football League champions ! I Aug. 12 with a scrimmage Thurs- Piersall Cuts Up Again in Field . . „ I day that was dominated by the P ! ersa11 ' National f at New York (2) ! ¥ /^ 11 O ¥ 4~^ • ^ <* Lung Lollapses, hox Lose Gciger nal League _, W. L. Pet. G.B., B.V BOB HOOBIM; The 23-year-old sensation had Thurs>dii> that Pittsburgh 56 37 .602 — Milwaukee 53 .'IS .582 2 Los Angeles 50 41 .549 5 St Louis 49 44 .yjl 7 San Francisco 47 4.'i .522 7' Cincinnati 42 51 .452 14 Philadelphia .'IS i» .409 18 Chit-dyo 33 59 .359 22 1 Thursday B«*ulU Los Angela 8, Cincinnati 6 (N) •eftlutnck-d slugging San Francisco 3, Milwaukee a is losl for thl season OO inningt>) Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2 Only games Friday Game* Pittsburgh at Chicago Philadelphia at St. LouL (N) at Los Angeles (N) ready H) San Francisco (N) camp timuW Geii^fi underwent minor sur- Pittsburgh at Chicago ijf'i'.v when a lute was inserted to Philadelphia at St. Louib n-mou' t-xc«si> pressure tro/n the ai l^os, Angeles (N) cnlla)).sed lung and hasten its re- .inllation. Dr McCarthy said Geiger will K-iM.iin iii the hospital for about i a uct-K and then will be aWf to i go to lu* Sand Hidge, III , home 'for a "oomolete rest " 1 Associated Prcsi» Sportt, Writer i become a local favorite and by BOSTON 1 (AP) — Gary Geiger'sChilling in his last 10 games Geiger collapsed lung has Boston reeling lifted his average lo .301. His toda> jusi when the Red Sox ap- ninth homer of Ihe season Wed- peared to be mending Ihe outfieldiiifsduy was his third in as many riddled li.v the retirement of 1 starts. Jackie Jens< n. The Hed Sox announced sadly the skinny, right fielder, Tennis Tournament. | : Reed moved into today's quarter-finals against Rod Laver, and I Australian southpaw who 'runnerup at Wimbledon. Laver played his strongest "What can you do?" asked;game Thursday despitebursitisin Burky Harris, the glum general \ his left shoulder and defeated manager, when he learned the, fifth-seeded American Alike Green news about Geiger Thursday. ;of Miama Beach, Flu., 6-3 0-4. "What can I say?" echoed the Green said he played his best ten- KILKNBKKGER Godfrey 17, Bears 7 Falcons 9, Braves 2 was Archery Shoo! field manager, Mikt 1 Hi}; •ins:. •^lis in this match but Laver was ! loo tough for him. I defense. Although the quarterbacks were hitting their targets, they failed to score. It was the defense's day, and two standouts were Jerry j Stalcup of Wisconsin and Lou Cordileone, a 250-pound tackle from Sunday l.'niwah Archery Club' Clemson - NEW YORK (AP) - Jimmy centerfielder whose antics have made him a conversation piece in recent weeks, continued his droll buffoonery as the Indians lost a twin bill to the New York Yankees Thursday night. While Cleveland was changing pitchers in the first inning of the second game, Piersall hid behind will host an invitational shoot; I* 0 connected on passes of 12 :m e s tone monuments in center- RoL'istraiion is slated between]"™! 20 yards to Dick Buss, Col-:fj e ] f j. He came out on orders from S:3I) and 10:30 a.m. Ti-oohipsll will be awarded u iniiers in all classes and meil- : Carroll Dale of Virginia Tech for don motioned him to move. In the eighth inning of the same game he amused the crowd of 39,812 by moving to about 10 feet behind second base when Yankee pitcher Ryne Duren was batting. Second baseman Ken Aspromonte made him go back to a more reasonable distance. After the double-header. Gordon said the only thing he didn't like about Piersall's performance was a.m. Trophies liege of Pacific. Hall hit Monty j Unipil . P Joe p. lpai , e , la and tTOk a il«s coming in behind second base to first placo | Stickles ol Notre Dame for 16 and! poBjuon, hands on knees, far out! when Duren was at bat ' als to second and third place linishcrs. 10, Meredith passed 48 to Dale and on the running track. He finally I came in 100 feet to his regular!I position when Manager Joe Gor Di Ralph McCarth.s , team physician. hastened to add tliat there 'was no evidence of tuberculosis .and that when Geiger's light lung I returns to normal and he has had a complete rest he should be for 1%1 spring training at San Frandfcco Huuday <iaai«» ugh at Chicago at SI IxAii* (2) t 1/ji Angeles Cincinnati aSan Francisco WINTER LEAGUES NOW BEING FORMED Monday 9:00 P.M. — Men Tuesday 9:00 P.M.—ladies Friday 9:00 P. M. — Men Sat. and Sunday — Mixed CALL AFTIR 6 P.M. BOWL INN lott Alton, III. CLIntoa 4*f23! Cancellation Shoes 20% to 40% 8AVIN08 ON NAME BRANDS flllf * to 13 WIDTHS A to I Leader's OIPAITMINT STORI 710 I. 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