Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1960 · Page 14
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Fin'RTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1960 Jackson's, Chiefs, ACMS Win First Games WOOD RIVKR — ,lackson'« of [3 2 \\hilf First Presbyterian ram p | center field that wont to thp wall Alton and the Alton Chiefs, both!from behind to nttdfrf P. N. Hirsc-hlto TOI-C thr winning run. class A trams, and ACMS i Alton i of Ka^t St Ixiuis. 7-'i. Sunday Johns worked facrd 27 batters. night • * * • TONIGHT'S St HEDl'LE 7:00 — MlrttowTi vs. Lltch- (told Custom^ (Cl«ft« B gamp) 8:30 — Oiiirk IMnrlnjf vs. Mllllr's and Mickey's <Cla«m A gamr) * » # * Johns and the Northsiders' Car- par for thr course. He had lady luck on his side as two plays saved his no-hitter. In the third inning Simpson made a fine stop of a grounder by Sam Sadich that looked like a base hit. Center fielder Wally Steffen backed to the fence and and First Presbyterian of Kast SI Louis, two class B teams, won first round parries in the Amateur Softball Association Sectional Tournament at Jaycee Field here over the weekend. Saturday night Jackson's edged Norb's Northsidcrs of Alton. 1-0. in ninr innings behind the no-hit pitching of Cal Johns Sunday nigh' thi Alton Chiefs "hi|)pod| rijr Glisson urn- locked in a pitch ; Sprnglrr Oil of Granite City. 1(1-2. :,,,. s - h . )tl |p linti | , h( , |. ist , )( ,i 1( , in five innings 11 j n) | 1 , v | 1on x<?n Zumwalt walked ACMS nipped Kdgemont Bible for Jackson's. \Vayne Simpson ninth. Mel Sheets \\as the batter {high and had Hill slid he mayiters. of East St Louis Satin-day night, then delivered a blast to right i and lined the ball down the third; have been safe. base line but th? ball hooked foul by only inches Sheets then grounded out. Johns struck out four and walked two while his teammates committed three errors. Tlie Northsiders had a chance to win the game in the second inning. Jack Hill was safe on an error. HP wont to third on an error and a wild pitch. With one made a tough play on a long fly!out Gibson lifted a long fly to by Ffoot Gibson in the fifth. I'nnI by Incite* : right. Hill tagged up and raced for the plate. Cecil Turner's throw Johns looker! as though he was from right field was in time and Jackson's also had an opportunity to end the game at seven innings when Turner tripled In the fifth inning but Grady Watklns, running for Turner was cut down at the ptate. Glisson hurled a good game for the Northsiders as he gave up only three hits and struck out three. He walked two and his teammates made two errors. Crotchet! Wins In the Class B game Junior Crotchctt hurled the Alton Central Mold Shop to a 3-2 win over on a walk to Leslie Gros. a wild]if it is ahead by eight runs at the pitch and a single by Mick Klobnak. It added two more in the fifth on a walk and n pair of doubles by Klobnak and Sonny Gwillim. Edgemont was shutout until the seventh when it rallied for two runs. An error, a walk and singles by Don Black and Ted Randall brought home thr tworuns. Bob was the loser as he end of five Innings. Dean Calvin hurled for the Chiefs, giving up six hits, striking out two and walking two. Nellir Hagnauer was the loser, giving up 10 hits, striking out three and walking seven. After Spengler took a 1-0 lead in the first inning the Chiefs came back with two runs in the second, two in the third and six in the bottom of the fifth to end the allowed four hits, walked three j cmllr and struck out five. ski had a double as did Calvin. Burmester had a triple and Leon Chappel chipped in with a three- bagger. Three for Win Edgemont Bible. He gave up ! The Chiefs won easily from j Paul Schiller had a double for First Presbyterian rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh to edge P. N. Hirsch. Trailing 6-4 First Presbyterian got the first four batters on base in the seventh via walks. The winning run crossed the plate on a wild throw at first. Jim Beeler and Rocky Smith di- Art Horchers had a triple and j vided the pitching chores for First Prcsbvterian while Don to lose his no-hitter in tlviHill was called out. The throw was three hits and struck out nine bat-i Spongier Oil in H game cut to fivei Spongier Oil. Jim Carey. Don Crane hurled for P. N. Hirsch. ! innings because of the eight-run I Plarski and Gary Burmester each j Rod Ross had two hits pair of safeties for First Presbyterian. Wednesday night at 8:30 Jackson's will meet the Chiefs. At 7 the same night ACMS battle* First Presbyterian. As a remit ol the losses, Norb's and Spengler tangle at 8:30 Friday night while Edgemont Bible and P. N. Hirsch meet at 7 the same night. Norfe't (0 Jackson's (I) Player AB R H Player AB R II Clark 400 wintjen 400 Sheets 200 Zumwalt Efsenrlch 400 Simpson Hill - Marqulx Gibson Sadlch McMlllen 300 Metz .100 steffen 300 Turner 200 Fincher 300 Ufert 200 Johns 1 0 0 WalKtni 3 I n .1 0 I 3 0 n 2 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 n 3 0 'I 1 0 0 Illinois on TV Twice i In 1960 Grid Campaign NEW YORK (APi-Bowl game winners Georgia. Syracuse. Washington. Arkansas and Louisiana Stale are among the 30 major college football teams that will be seen on television this season. Georgia. 14-0 victor over Missouri in the Orange Bowl, opens the 21-game TV schedule Sept. 17 against Alabama at Birmingham- in a nationally televised contest. There are nine national TV games and 12 regional telecasts divided evenly among four dates in the schedule announced Sunday by the American" Broadcasting Co. National champion Syracuse, which beat Texas 23-14 in the Cot- Army in a game at New York! The National Collegiate Athletic! Assn., which controls and approves the football TV plan, per-1 mils a maximum of one national! and one regional appearance or two regional appearances. All games arc on Saturdays, except the traditional Texas vs. Texas A&M Southwest Conference game on Thanksgiving Day. Other teams, beside Texas and Syracuse, that will appear both nationally and regionally a re Army. Ohio State, Northwestern, Iowa, Navy, Stanford and Michigan State. ton bowl to cap an undefeated sea- F Illinois. California and the Air make eae sea- Forcc Acadpmv each wi y Oct. 1 tw two regional appearances. GOLFING ••» NOTES ACiMS scored in the third inning) rule which gives a team the win I had two hits for the Chiefs. Plar-j Hirsch while Jirn Stoffel had a| . I — I Totals 27 0 0 Totals 28 1 t INNING: 123 456 789 R H L f Norb's 000 000 000—0 0 2 Jackion't 000 000 001—t 3 :i Late Starter Wynn Wins Missourians Again With 5-2 Effort TakeGo-Kart By BEN OLA,\ Associated Press 8|x>rls Writer Off to a late start. Early W.vm has finally thrust his with^-.-d right arm smack in the middle ol the American League pennant picture just as he did a year ago when the Chicago White Sox oo< all the marbles for the first time rapped out 16 hits in the first! (Tame. The blow put him only one, behind Mel Ott on the all-time 1 home run list. Vic Wort/ walloped'""'I Dan Wilmes. St. Charles..Mo. Randall Dartt Wilson Clanney Jacobs Brown Shock I Horton iBoyd _ _ „ , r , _. . . ,, Rhymcycr 0 1 0 Boh Kvorson, St. Louis, Mo.'Block i o i Race Honors Ediemont <I) '1RH ACMS (I) "i ft it Player AB R H Player AB 301 Borman 300 400 Crowton 3 1 o 400 Crotchett 300 300 KloBank 3 1 2 300 Burch 3 0 i 3 0 1 Owllllm 3 0 I 300 Woolsey 3 0 n 0 I 0 Schaffer 300 200 Grot 3 I 0 . pair of threo-mii homers for! t(X)k tiv Red Sox in the second game . '"P honors from Monzn Go-Kart Race- 1 .-< 1 > icnlr " 1 ' victory credited to Billy Muffett wu .v. Sunday. Evcrson won every 0-2 (and saved by Mike Fornieles. !I " U ' P j " 'he A Super cjass in u "p'"y" Neil Chrisley of Detroit drove in .record Hme averaging 35 seconds Aniceio Toluli 26 2 3 Totals 26 3 4 INNING 1234587 RHI 000000 2—2 3 'i ACMS 001020 X— 3 4 2 Spencer OH (2) in 40 years. . ifivc runs on six hits in 11 times l' er Inponthe one-third mile track POPPED UP son. appears nationally against Kansas. 1 Saturday. Oct. 8, Washington,! the team that smashed Wisconsin 44-8 in the Rose Bowl, plays Stanford on national TV. Regional TV audiences will see Arkansas vs. Texas on Oct. 15 and LSU vs. Mississippi on Oct. 29. Arkansas trimmed Georgia Tech 14-7 in the Gator Bowl, and the LSU-Ole Miss game will be a re- .. „ „ play of Mississippi* 21-0 Sugar The Greater Alton Golfing As- popped up on this pitch in Saturday's catcher is Ron Selkirk "of the Alton Bowl victory. ' sociation will have its meeting 11-12-year-old All Star baseball game team. The umpire is Al Schultz.—Staff Syracuse also will make a re- Wednesday night beginning at at Henry Street. Centralia All-Stars Photo. gional TV appearance against]7:3p at Rock Spring clubhouse.; defeated the Alton Kennett and Bean _ ^^ ^ Alton Stars Indiana in Hot Water Again! win A ga i ns t Centralia, 4-0 Futile and 10 in the first Initial bat. of the season, his 21st in the majors, Wynn is still 40. However, this 22-game winner of 1959, '.HS bounced buck to record threi straight victories. Meanwhile, the White Sox have opened up a and a half lead over the mmvr-u|ij New York Yankees •, (Sunday. Wynn won the ?uii.\j game 5-2 over Washington .vtnlr Bob Shaw and Gerry Stalcy "or.i biwd to give Chicago a doublo- header sweep with a 9-5 vict ny in the nightcap. Wynn hurled his second successive complete ganu . a four-hitter, and lifted his nnrk to 7-7. The Yankees lost ground, dropping the opener to Kansas "i'v 5-2 in 11 innings before Art 13: t- Dlllmd C'rabtree Borchers Scar'gh Schulcr Wilson Hrokuw race 2 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 •> o Chiefs (10) R H Player AB R H 0 0 Smith 2 0 n Cun'ham 2 0 t> Schllllnter 1 1 l Carey 3 0 'i Plank! 22:: Ebbler 2 2 I Calvin 3 0 i Palermo 0 2 ; which has 10 turns on it. Wilmes lalso won every race in the A Stock class. Ten-year-old Mike Streeper of ( ,', r ... ... Hii Alton continued his winning streak bywinninR two out of three races in the A .Junior class. Mike- has won five out of his las. seven race. Ken Srhmid. of Godfrey set a n, -•,-. l|-;ick reeord in the A Junior cla.-s at :w.7 seconds, the '1 iivi>ikil 7 j J 1 "miiins :i ( . . i.ijrr 4 J o rdz ons 3 olo. record wns 10 9 seconds. Robinson 400 .larreti 2 . . . „„ ,K Ross :i o l l.odbeticr 3 A Junior (lass G Brannon 1 .1 I Smith 0 Ray Garrett, Centralia batter, league All-Stars in this game, 3-1. The ;'»*> P ut th < niba < ;k . on ""'. righ1 Chicago New York Baltimore Cleveland Washington Detroit Boston Kansas City 200 Burmesler .1 I -' ixmiuor 200 Smith 3 1 (i Chappcll 2 I 1 Totals 18 2 8 Totals 23 10 in INNING 1 > 3 4 T, RHI >erK<*r Oil 1001 0— 2 8 d llcfs 0220 8—10 10 > 1st Presby. (7) Pljtvr AH R 11 o ! I n Heat Race. Mike Strwper. Al-^'.^'nnan 4 i 0 Wefch' ~a ? i •4 0 1 Rldtfeway 4 0 n 3 0 1 Rosen'ntz 2 1 <> Stoffcl 20:: Be«ler 3 0 I Playc-r AH R H By THt ASSOCIATED PRESS American League ' W. 1.. IVI. (i.B.i :>7 -10 .588 — ' .">.'{ :',9 ..i7(i I 1 - llon - Tro P n > D;ish, Mike .)•) 45 .545 4 ",' er - A "°n Feature Race, Ken 7 (Schmidt. Godfrey. 9'-jl A Stock ('law Heat Race. Dan Wilmes, St. P N- Hirsch •IS -15 .516 16 -IS .-189 44 49 .47.'i 39 55 .415 16V, iCharles, Mo. Trophy Dash,' Dan '"""' Pr " by ' 3H 56 .391 18' 21 Wilmes, St. Charles. Feature 6 010122 0—6 6 2 ° ° ' ° ! 3 ~ 7 ' CHICAGO (APi-The Big Ten becomes the Big Nine for the I960 football season — Indiana being knocked out of the championship pionship competition, post-season games and participation in any television programs controlled by the NCAA. race as a punitive measure • for j NCAA football TV receipts are recruiting infractions. The Big Ten Sunday placed the Hoosiers on a one-year probation, barred them from competing for the 1960 conference football crown and assessed them to what amounts as a $75,000 to $80,000 fine. shared in the Big Ten. Indiana now will not get that share. "I think the NCAA penalty was unfair because it affects all sports." Wilson said, "we have aimed at football because this is the only sport involved in the [violations." 3. Five prospective students in the spring of 1958 and 1959 received offers ranging from free transportation home at vacations to a bonus of $800 plus $50 a month if they would enroll. They did not enter the university. 4. An illegal offer in 1958 by Roger Jeffers, assistant football coach. Indiana promptly obtained Jeffers' resignation when informed of the case by Wilson. Head football coach Phil Dick- cutting off Indiana from sharing in conference football television t he games will not count in the play its 1960 football schedule, but receipts for 1960. Year's Findings standings—either by the Hoosiers or by the teams playing them. The Bloomington, Ind., school, Conference standings in any other Tiie fine comes in the form of! Indiana will be permitted to' ens - wno sat out his first year at ..^— _„ ,.. J: — , .1— ; — — ........ Indiana in 1957 under Big Ten suspension' for recruiting violations, again was within target range of Wilson's probe. Proxy Gets Letter "I have grave doubts any such practices on the scale suggested by the cases at hand could possibly have been carried on without the knowledge of and, indeed, the faced with paying for a IHa-mi!- lion-dollar stadium to be 1edi- Conference action was consid- s P° rt are not affected. cated this fall, was handed the penalty for excessive financial aid. Commissioner K. L. (Tug) Wilson took the action after in- I. vestigations, hearings and meetings extending for a year. It follows the somewhat more severe measure taken last April by the NCAA in placing Indiana under a four-year probation, making the school ineligible to enter teams or athletes in NCAA cham- ered the most drastic >since 1929 when Iowa was suspended for one year for lavish recruiting. Wilson's investigation disclosed j approval of the football coaching 'staff," Wilson said in a letter to that: 1. Three freshmen in the fall of 1957 and 1959 .were paid $50 a month and a fourth received 560. 2. Three former students, i»s freshmen in 1958 and 1959, received monthly payments of between $15 and $60. Indiana President Dr. Herman B. Wells. "It is only because I cannot bring myself to employ circumstantial evidence in so serious a matter as one involving a per- I son's livelihood that I do not, in present circumstances, cite In-; diana under the provisions ol rulr ! 7, section 15." This regulation requires any member to show cause why it should not be- expelled from the conference if it retains a staff member who has been found in violation of the financial aid rules. Financial aid in the Big Ten is based on a need factor determined by parents' income. This is much more restrictive than the NCAA policy, which permits aid that includes tuition and fees, room and board, books and $15 a month lor ™^ track "with a seven-hit 6-0 triumph! Sunday Ite*ulfK in the second same. B;illinv.r- Chicago 5-9. Washington 2-5 nipped Cleveland 6-5 and Detrot! Kansas City 5-0. New York 2-6 split a pair with Boston as T»d|nst game 11 innings i Williams slammed his 510th V^.; Detroit 9-4. Boston C-8 Baltimore 6. Cleveland 5 Monday's Games Detroit at New York (N> Chicago at Baltimore (Nj Cleveland at Washington (N) Kansas City at Boston (Nl Tuesday Games Detroit at New York 12) Alton's 15-17 year old all-star baseball team shutout the Centralia All-Stars here Saturday! when Jim Meyer hurled a no- hitter for the Alton team. Meyer struck out four and walked two in notching his gem. His mates collected eight hits including a triple by Carlson and a double by Duncan. Bemis had! 2-for-2 for Alton. Alton scored twice in the sec-! time homer. The Tigers won 9-6 and lost 8-4. Wynn, in addition to collecting j his 278th lifetime triumph, also •moved into 10th place on the all-j :time strikeout list. He fanned 11, I bringing his total to 2,086—four; imore than Bobo Newsom. Wynnj i pitched shutout ball after the sec Race. Dan Wilmes. St. Charles. A Super Class Heat Race, Bob Everson, St. Ixjuis. Trophy Dash. Bob F.ver- son, St. Louis. Feature Race, Bob Everson, St Louis. B. Class Jackson's Cops Tourney Title Cleveland at Washington (Nl ond when Billy Gardner homered Kansas City at Boston IN) with Julio Becquer aboard. Saturday Results Minnie'Minoso, another snappy j Chicago 3, Washington 2 ill in- veteran at 37, homered in each| n ings> game and collected two singles! Baltimore 4, Cleveland 3- in the second. White Sox team-j Kansas City at New York, rain mate Roy Sievers blasted his 20th j Detroit at Boston, rain off Jack Kralic (4-1) in the first! inning of the nightcap. , Hector Lopez' erratic right arm Pittsburgh National League W. L. Pet. G.B. manager Milwaukee niton scorea twice in me sec- ~ o. i, v. > 4 j u- n,* n , ond and once each in the fourth \^*?^.^^™*? Los Angeles incidentals Wilson said he is cinvinced that. Indiana, during the one year probationary period, will get its athletic house in order and will be restored to good standing. In replying to Wilson's penalty, Dr. Wells said mat "the university, though in disagreement with your conclusions, bows to /our decisions" and that it "takes this step most reluctantly." Dr. Wells' term as president is expected to end in about two years. Athletic director Frank Allen is clue to retire next year, and Dickens' contract has another year to run. Saturday the Alton All-Stars i celebration. Playing third base in , ,,a late-inning switch. Lopez made travel to Centralia for a return game. In oilier Ail-Star games be- Cc-n- tralia two throwing errors in the llth land opened the gates for three unearned Kansas City tallies. 1 St. Louis San Francisco Cincinnati Philadelphia (Chicago 57 39 .594 51 40 .574 52 42 .553 5:5 44 .546 4 50 43 .538 5 42 54 .438 15 3S 59 .392 3560 368 . JKISEYVILLE — Jackson s i of Alton won the annual Jeisey- Heat Race, Bill Hardin, Alton. ;vi|)e Invitational g^all Tour . Trophy Dash. Jack Orrill. Alton. ; nainent here g^y by wtanta Feature Race, Bill Hardin, Al-; fnree games jn tte omMiay mee , ton. i r <-| asH Jn the first game for Jackson's. Heat Race, Bob Bonstel), St.'* 1 *"" .*? ** ^: i **' as Louis. Trophy Dash. Bob Bon .;<'«rner p.tched for the Alton team stell, St. Louis. Feature Race, Kin '' hf>r had a home ""• j Russell Day, Bunker Hill. In tn e second game Jackon's l whipped the Springfield Merchants, 3-1, behind Garner, who gave up three hits. Jackson's collected seven off Reed. In the championship game against Shipman Cal Johns pitched no-hit ball for Jackson's for tvivrrw ii- i f»t-. i u ^ 1-3 innings before Shipmaji POM IA(.. Mich. (APi — John , , , , . „„. u 10 u • . .managed a safety. Johns gave Rosch, 19, who stars in water 1 ." .-, • .. . ,.. , „ ' j way to Garner in he sixth. skiim.' shows ;it Cyprus Gardens. Fla.. bronchi his skills to nearby J a <'l«on's scored the winning Loon Lake Sunday ;ii>d won the'"" 1 in the sixth to win - 3 ' 2 jumping and trick events in the> Shlpman got onl >' two hite and Ski Title Goes To Floridian Sunday Kt-snlt* tween Centralia and Alton, Cc-n- - Jll "* v - "' •—•"; aunuu.v nr*m» ralia won the 13-14 yeaj .. old , was honored between games after Chicago 6, Pittsburgh 2 iame. 4-1. In the 11-12 yea--- which Ditmar postcd h tM S" lh ! San Francisco 6. Cincin game old game, Centralia came out victor, 3-1. In the 9-10 year-old group Alton trounced Centralia, 11-0, and in a game between Cincinnati 2 triumph. The Yanks, who scored! Los Angeles 7. Milwaukee 5 three times in the second on a eight-year-olds. Alton was victor, 19-7. Centralia (0) Player AB R H sacrifice fly by Bobby Richardson and a two-run single by Gil McDougald, handed Kansas City ace Tayjor Cards Sweep Giants Win, Keep Doubleheader ^^ ¥ ¥ A ,. From Phillies! Fla g H °P eS AllVC Elks Bombard Highland, 15*0 300 Duncan :i o 0 (Jill 3 0 0 Robbins :i o 0 Carlson 300 Scyoc 200 Kellv 200 Ht-aiis 100 Swun 1 0 0 Meyer 1 0 0 Miller Cleveland 1 0 0 Nlckens Dawson Sumner Tch'leff .Hayes Ulcks Champ Stein Manns i Hull ! French i Strieker | McCoy Alton (4) Player AB R 11 3 0 .'t 0 :i 1 :< 0 2 I Bud Daley (12-9) his fifth straight ; defeat. i Brooks Robinson hit a grand j slain homer for the third-place j Orioles. Robinson's 10th homer of! the campaign came in the opening j after starter Gary Belli championships ''"' fifth *-''' ani( ' Jackson 's «>1- The ace from Mound. Minn w.-m i(vled six hits including a triple way ahead with Jumps of 136 and' by M '' lz - Ufert had two hits for 138 feet. Illinois state champion Jiit ' kson ' s Terry Nergardl of St. Charles 111 Jackson'i (3) Shipman (2) , finished second «-i,l, jumps of 103.^^ A3 » f » ^'"^ Afl R H ;and 108 feet. stef/en - - - - . Nergardt was also second in thc:£ I trick skiing compi-tition Meii ! Paul Bocl of Pontiiic jumped Wirurnei o|(9-9) had jammed the bases on S t. Louis 6 Philadelphia 3 San Fran.-isco 2, Cincinnati j^ [J ^! walks. Rookie Wes Stock collected ST. LOUIS <APj—Curt Simmons won his third game for the St. Louis Cardinals Sunday, a 92 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies in the first game of a double- By BUN OLA1X Associated Frenn Sport* Writer The San Francisco Giants have come out of the fog and put a damper on predictions of their early elimination from the NB- a e1 ' !tional League pennant scramble. The Cards also took the mj-hl- A rwitaliajd pildling sta i( | Cepeda, a mid pitch and an er- Ipions of the South Central Khou- iry League, smeared Highland in Uhe first round of the playoffs! and a two-out single by Vada Pin ; a , East Junior Saturday after- 1 The Alton Elks, juvenile cham- : Totals 23 o o Totals 21 \ a INNING: Centralia Alton 1234567 R H E 000000 U—0 0 2 020101 X—4 s 1 o o ojthe triumph. He came on in the ! second after Skinny Brown was touched for a three-run home run by young Mike De La Hoz. I o i u u o o St. Louis 9-5, Philadelphia 2-3 Monday Game* No games scheduled. Tuesday Gaim« Cincinnati at Chicago San Francisco at Philadelphia! , , ;) 'and 94 feet to lead senior men'Waikins "Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (N) i J | ™l»™- Wi >"«-'- N»won of Colum j *?^ e r MilwaukcH- at St. Louis (N) \^ K ' Ohl °' won thfl ^nlor men>jVi r . n ? r i trick competition, edging out thpj . Ralph Davis, of Nut re Danif. Bend. Ind. , R. K. West of Mundelein, JIJI.. led senior women jumpers 'with two jumps of 47 feet. Ray Hubert of Laporte, Ind.. 000 Price 200 -' U 0 Davis 3 0 n 'i o o Piirmen'er 3 0 1 .1 1 I West 3 1 1 :i o 2 Wells 3 1 0 :t 0 o Heyen 300 1 0 0 Scroyglns 3 0 o 2 u o Weldner 1 0 o 2 1 I Reno 200 1 0 0 2 0 1 Saturday'" Uet>ultH chica"" " Pm.sbuS, . 3 i'a .W. i 8 i g 5 i ° ° ° ° j ° (10 innings) Milwaukee 8. Los Angeles 7j (night, 11 innings i I won the men's slalom. Hubert Williams hit his homer for BOS-JTHKKK-I I.KAGI'E STANDINGS ton in a losing cause as Detroit | son in the ninth. 'noon, 15-0. Thp Elks will now The Giants broke a 2-2 deadlock j play the winner of the Wood Rivin the fifth, scoring three times| eivMadison . 8ame Sat "'' da .v *<»• on singles by Willie Mays and Jim | Marshall, a double by Orla'ido the championship. Bob Jones hurled tor Alton,; cap, 3-3 with credit going to Ray Sadecki. Simmons says he gets extra satisfaction out of beating the Phillies. As he put it: "The Phillies shocked nu- when they gave me my unconditional release. They told me at midnight in San Francisco. They could havr shown me a little courtes,y. But that's baseball. I guess and I have no regrets." Simmons '.'A a lelt-luiadcr. wut> which has allowed only six runs in the last five games, all victories, has given the Giants new hope. ror. Mays wrenched his left ankle giving up two singles. Danny i Gantz had three hits and detusj NEW YORK tAPi— The U. S. Team Selects Its Gymnasts for Rome Trip I Fox Cities !,Sioux City j Lincoln i Burlirigtun l"Ce,dar Kapids Des Moines Topeka Green Bay Fowler had a triple and home in the filth and was replaced in run to lead the Alton attack. the eighth. Bob Purkey (10-7) wasi the loser. Patty Berg wa> for the Cubs' triumph overj K nft L, nf , Jta fntl ll». Pi i-ft t PC HP hrnlcp a Iwn-Mll *-»»*t-'*t' IW UVltlll Although still in fifth place to- veteran Grady Hatton paved the! day. they are only 5'/i games >e- hind Pittsburgh, the National League leader. The recall ol slut; gcr Willie McCovey and crack ic liever Sherman Jones from (In- minors rnt-aas they're still in ilu pennant-seeking business for liMI. cut adrift b> the I^hillies, after s u»da>. the older ul Die Jones j Left.v Hai^'ey lladdix the Pirates. He broke a two-all i with a two-run single in the | .11 with and Chicago collected two Miiun runs, both unearned, in the baim tramc. Don K 1st on saved Don Curdwell'b fifth triumph. wan MINNEAPOLIS — Patty beui£ knocked about in tuo regular Kcason starts fullowmg surgery on his ailing elbow a year ago. bo.vs. Sad Sam. fashioned <i neat]the loser, two-h liter JIB Sun Krani'isco Berg was headed for the Waterloo Open at Waterloo Iowa, today, confident that she has regained the chipping and putting touch that once made her a steady winner on the women's prnf»- whipped Cincinnati the Ihrw-gume set to .»««.• , U °", D 'r diil ll W ^L* hl " ^i^'nal gall circuit to »\u.'ep ; straight for the Dodgers who moved to within two games of The bottom veenied to havei The Pirates, u|Jt j ndwi by the i Milwaukee uiid four oi Pittsburgn. dropped out on the one-time {Chicago Cubs lor the second "Whw kid," who iwckeied $65,'ju<i (or signing with the PhilJiet> in 1947. Then Solly Hemus got in touch with his former teamin^'e and hired him for U»e Cardinal Smunonjf surrendered 13 tnus all hingle*, Sunday. It wat> his betxuid complete game, the otiiM a dccihion over Cincinnati On Jum- 'A be shut out tin Phillies 1-0 with last-out ahM^taiu* from Lindy McOaiiiel There we no garnet in the Na uonai League today straight da> ii-'J. mainiumed their tuo-game lead over Milwaukee. The Hraves dropped a 7-5 deci^i'i to the on-charging Los Anylc Uudgerit. The Louis Wfheacier on the slate fourth-place the only Si. senior oM-r Kd Roebuck relieved in the ninrii to protect Drysdale's 10th vi;:iory after the Dodgers had oveix^o'ue the Braves' three-run uprising in the first with five tallies in me bottom half of tile inning. Bob Lillis, filling in for ailing short- sioji Maury Wills, delivered the big blow, a three-run double oil ••taller I'arl Willej (ii-5i Tin- 'L'-.\'f j ar-old retlhead won liw first tournament since 1958 here Sunday, rallying with a 3-under par 3) on the last nine to edge Kalhy ('orne)iuii of Springfield, suspense is over for the 13 male gymnasts who ha\'o been in intensive training for the U.S. Olympic team. The six who will represent this country in Rome qualified in me final trials ending here Sunday, with unsung Don Tonry, who barely made the group of 13 semifinalists, topping the list. Tonry, a muscular youth from Brooklyn. N.Y.. now in the Army, scored '22\.\ points. He had been the 13th man chosen for the final j training. A group of 1^ originally was planned, but coach Tom Ma loney ol West Point decided to take Tonry along as his score >n the peliminary trials was >o close to that of the 12th man Ohio,'by one stroke iii the A nen- The ollK '<'* chosen, with their can Women's Open Golf event !» Juinl tolatli ' al ' e; ; Kred Orlofsky, of Bergen, N.J , ja freshman at Southern Illinois were third round co-leaders Mick ' STANDINGS ey Wright of San Diego and Md* Ulleniierg»r Mrs. with Cornelius also 70 lor 293. Tied at University, :'18.65; John Beckner of North Hollywood, Calif., 217.7; Garland O'Quinn of Dallas, Tex., a West Point graduate and Army lieutenant, 217.65; Abie Groufeld of Urbana, III, 216.15, and Larry Banner, of Van Nuys, Calif. 215.00. W. L. Pel. G.B. 56 39 .589 54 42 .563 2',3 52 46 .531 .>',-. 49 45 .521 <"* 46 48 .489 ::' -, I 46 53 .465 12 . 44 56 .440 14',.39 57 .406 17Viii whizzed past 3fi buoys for the title. 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