Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 2, 1960 · Page 10
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, I960 Midtown Wins, Diering Loses in Tourney Bob Bryant Throws 4-0 Two Hitter WEST POUVT, N.Y. —Coach Poto Newell, left, of University of California, holds new international style basketball as he talks with members of U. S. Olympic basketball team at West Point today. Seated, left to right, are Darral Imhoff, California; Jerry Lucas, Ohio State; Oscar Robertson, Cincin- WOOD RIVER - Midtown of Alton got by its first round opponent in thr Amateur Softball Association Sertionnl Tourna- men! heir Monday night, but Chuck Diering of Alton didn't farr so well as it dropped a; close 8-7 game to Millie's and! Mickey's of Granite City. u , V ' TONIGHT'S SCHEtU LE 7:00 — Sager's Drug vi. Wayne'* Co-op (Class B ganw) | 8:30 — Prmnk's Brake j Service (Belleville) vs. Van- ' dalia Merchants (Class A : game) Midtown. playing in the Class B division, was sparked by the brilliant pitching of righthander' Bob Bryant in gaining a 4-0 win over the Litchfield Customs. • Mowing down batters with monotonous regularity. Bryant had ai perfect game for six innings. But, in the seventh, the first two batters hit safely to spoil the no- hitter. Bryant managed to quell the mild uprising by retiring the next three hitters. Spectacular Start Bryant started the game in spectacular fashion, striking out thc first eight men to face him. In all. he had 16 strikeouts andi didn't issue a walk. Midtown reached Tom Campbell for five hits. Left. ; ..fielder, Gus Klinkc's single and- '.catcher j Jack Terlsiner's double gave| Midtown a 1-0 lead in the first j frame. In the fourth Midtown j added three more runs on triples j by shortstop Frank Ulett-and; center fielder Spider Lyons, first j baseman Gene Davenport's sac-; rifice fly and a line drive home run by third baseman Don Carl-i Olympic track coach says possible! ton. medal winners may be left at| In the class A game Chuck Diering broke a scoreless tie in the fourth inning with four runs, mainly on the wildness of Leo Six, Millie's and Mickey's pitcher. Six allowed two runners to cross the plate on wild pitches before settling down. Millie's and Mickey's cut the lead in half in the fifth with a pair of runs. Haynes Bouted In the bottom of the sixth Millie's and Mickey's erupted for six runs, driving out starting pitcher Marty Haynes who was replaced by Tony Tovo. Haynes had been breezing along in fine fashion. But, two consecutive doubles by right fielder Jerry Parmely and catcher Jim Goodrich brought in the clinching runs. With the score 8-4 going into j problem, he said. The team cho- thc top of the seventh, Chuck:sen in the tryouts departed al- Diering came alive. Pinch hitter I most immediately for the Olym- Lem Wendle singled and second pics. But in 1936 nearly five baseman Pete Perica was hit by months elapsed between the try- a pitched ball. Left fielder John Godar bunted but was thrown out at first. Centerfielder Guido Tovo then lined a triple off the right center field wall to score two runs. Catcher Ernie Mormino grounded out, Tovo scoring. But, Six buckled down and got the final batter on a tap back to the mound. Haynes, during his stint, gave up six hits and struck out three. He walked five. Six xvhiffed four, walked five and gave up four hits. Two for Tovo Olympic Competitors Wheelchair Is No Handicap To U. of Illinois Athletes Cliff Doughman Places Second In World Meet Continental Loop Meets Today With AL and NL ROCKFORD. 111. fAP) - Like youths the world Dagis is making thousands of over. Randy plans to compete in thr Olympicsilaboratories on Woodward Cover- for his master's degree and pos *ibly for his doctorate. HP works in the experimental in Rome. Thr others will run. .nor Co. during the summer, .lump or i Other members of thr Illinois swim in thr international Olym-1 delegation to tho Romo games are pic games. Randy, crippled by polio six- years ago, will compete in a wheelchair in the Paralympics. an international tabte tennis competition. But the broad-shouldered. 21- year-old University of Illinois junior' will he at' no disadvantage when he eases his whelechair to thp end of a ping-pang table. All participants in this version iof the famed Olympics will be in I wheelchairs. j Randy and five other disabled ! students from thc University of Illinois will represent the United States in thc 1960 Pnralympie Games, sometimes called the Wheelchpir Olympics. I Frank L. Vicera ,lr. of East St. Louis; Brute L. Karr of Elmhtirst: Ronald A. Stein of O'Fal- By JOE MOOSHIL ' Associated f>r*m Sports Writer LONDON BRIDGE, Vfl. (Spe-j CHICAGO fAP>-Thf Contihnv cial" — Cliff Doughman of Al-ital League, armed with all the cy, Its president, both feel they can answer the lO-polnt plan set up by the majors as a means of making the Continental League ton. shooting in professional di- answers, mrets today with exp;m IworfHy of major league status. It vision of the world's subsmall'sion committees of the American, includes such dictates as obtain- skeet championship shoot, hit 94 and National leagues in an effort jjng territories; minimum size of of 100 shots here Monday to, to got baseball's third place in the pro division behind ; league on its feet. major ball parks: salary minimums and pension plans for players; ached- Jack Eliot of Chicago, cracked 96 of 100. Eliot Bill Shea, founder of thr Confutes: population of cities to re- tinental League, and Branch Rlck-imive franchises, and acceptability Ion: Anderson T. K. McCulIough! Morton Froy, Chicago, won the; of Waukegan and Paul D. Sones of Montgomery, Pa. amateur division by hitting 95 oij 100. SPORTALK By HO* PLARSKI Assistant Sports Editor ! 0 f owners and officials. 1 Rickey said "We can answer i yes to all points except territorial " {indemnification." IVfll'ttl f ,fH*KPI* I The Continental League has of- 11U1111 rj»II\CI i ff>rpdtheAmerlmn Assn. 40 cents Mavs Chases NK\V YORK Mays jof San Francisco is having trouble getting that second National batting championship lo . . Two Alton boys. Since that day shorUyaftrrj,m. ;0nh;nisiM . w . )nf) Grpg Kjng „ ior high school gradtrnhon when I are presently attending n base- OLYMPIC TEAM ASSEMBLES nati; Jerry West, West Virginia; Bob Boozer, Kansas State, and Adrian Smith, Kentucky. The 12-man squad will work out a week at West Point before opening a four-game exhibition series with AAU teams. New ball resembles a king-sized soccer ball. (AP Wirephoto) With Method Of Selection COVINA. Calif. CAPi—The U.S.: Baltimore Edjres ^ White Sox, 2-1 •tide of maybe tho Big O (Oscar Robertson) and Jerry i ••" "•"•• *---••- , arfJ pi-pspniiy auename n nase- West," Seymour Maid. • mmm-iiK I Randy contacted poliomyelitis, he{ bal , schoo , jn H unnewell, Mo. The Hawks, besieged by back-; ba J mHf) has continuedI to liw in an almost ne schoo , , 5 operated by Art , CO urt troubles part of last season i ,„„, wwk -' s ,,„„,,*'and showed » normal life. He works during th P;Gaines smi( fw thp Pittsh(lrRi , Ilntjl Gl ,, pn CHmp throllgh Hnd .summer to stash away money for I pirntfls A , (hc c ., mp , hf , , wo M(< .. t| . 1ln filll ,|, y fll ,,, d into th( , college, hn does a lot of fishing! boyB wi] , be schoolpd ^ thc 'nh. HmvksV system, have an abun- and drives his own hand-operated; e| , [)ojn(s of (hp Ramf , (J . if)( . (l |jf ^.^ now „,„ bg - n al 'i°' j ....... In recent years a number of,"' rPs1in K I" see how these four a,r y uTr wi* t te s>"-»" •**• — ™ «p ""*** -"'- in — •"GixE Kids," all wheelchair ath-,? cross ""' <™ntry Many major 'letes. tie won the right to L^. • leagues operutc such camps dur- pete in the Rome Pni-amlinipics'"* ' he off Keason ln thc warmer iby winning the National Ta b 1 P ! soull ' prn stiatesH Tennis Wheelchair Tournament in * oy " ' ^'"".""T 'T 1 * drilled dally In base- for each paid admission in the year in which major league status in grantod. This money would go to the league and is four times add to the OUP hp won in 1954. as much as the- 10 cpnts per ad In IP.'.*, Mays and Richir Ash- mission the league already re- burn enme down to the wire with ceiv.-s from each club. Ashburn taking the title. .3iiO to "in effect," said Shea, "we're .347. giving thorn the equivalent of four This wason. Nni in Lark«T of yeats admissions. Once WP settle 1/is Aimi-lr* is Mass' strongest w jlh the league, then we can go The Dodgers' first «, dm individual clubs and ne- up onn point in goti;itr with them." Shea was burning ovr>r state- By JOE RE1CHLER Associated Press Sports Writer Paul Richards' surprising Ori- dome instead of going to Rome, j oles appear to have hit upon a He blames the present method of'winning formula which may pay selecting the squad. Larry Snyder proposed today that tryouts—now the final determination for athletes seeking an are ball, but li'tt not all baseball. Most of the camps have swimming pools, movies, recreational halis and other lion-baseball activities. The camp in which Wicken- over the Detroit Tigers. Cleve-, ^ his ~highTschool cla'aT' "jhauser and King are attending is land's fourth place Indians i o,._j,, ,,,u« ;„ ,« n ^^^ ;„ „„ I for boys 9 through 19. New York in June. Hospitalized for four months when stricken by polio. Randy- missed his entire freshman year of high school. But with the aid ; of a tutor and his family, he won a personal victory by graduating; Randy , who is majo ring. in en- , climbed to within six games of | gi ne ering-physics, plans to study! 'off in the first pennant in Baltimore's brief American League history. j Actually, it's a double-aimed | Olympic berth—be made the sem-; plan—win the close ones and [finals. i knock off the top team. The Ohio State coach outlined! The third-place Birds followed his plan for picking future Olympic squads: "We'd just pick more men from the tryouts," he said, "and wait until the last moment in training to name the squad that will represent the United States." Snyder said he will recommend the blueprints to the letter Monday night, defeating the front running Chicago White Sox 2-1. It was their 26th victory in 38 one-run decisions this year. It also was their ninth triumph over the White Sox in 16 meetings. No club has a better record in close games this to the Olympic Track and| and no club has made a better Field Committee if the time gap showing against Chicago this year, between the tryouts and the; New York's runner-up Yankees i trimmed Chicago's margin to a games is to' continue. Puior to 1956 there was no such half game v with a 3-2 triumph the top with a 3-0 victory over Washington. Kansas City outlasted Boston 10-8 in 10 innings. There was no action in the National League. Ron Hansen, a rookie and Gene Woodling, a veteran, collaborated to lead the Orioles to their narrow victory. Hansen opened the seventh with a double and scored the tie-breaking run on V'oodling's pinch single. Milt Pappas, who pitched hitless ball through the last five innings, was credited with his ninth victory. He has lost eight. Stan MrAfoos, r \\ton High basketball player thp past season, has derided to enroll at Centenary College In Shroveport, La. McAfoos, whose brother, BUI, attended Western Illinois and gained Little All-America recognition, was one of tho fioettt ball handlers In the state. Top NL Clubs In Big Games This Week I! 1 !.") ;tvi'ia', r c ihrnuch S n n d <) y's mcnts msulo by Hank Grernbprg. Alines. Ilf had seven hits in -0 vi< r president of the Chicago trips. White Sov. ;mr) a member of the Mays who won tin- crown in 19.VI American League expansion com- v.'iih ;i '!!.'» mark, remained second mittce (ireenberg has said thp at ..'!!:: He also had 7-for-L'tl Ash- Continental League has failed in burn held tin- No. ,1 spot, although most respects to mopt thc 10 ,h<-lifted his.'tverage four points to: point plan reiterated his com- : .:!_':>. Richie had II) hits in laments Monday, time.-- at hat. "I was hoping G r f P n b P r p In the American league, veteran wouldn't make any statements bc- , Roy Sievers of the Chicago White [ ori . t! 1( . start of llw meeting," Sox tied Rill Skowron of the New said Shea, "Gwnljt-rg doesn't ex i York Yankees for the lead at .HIM. press sound thinking in baseball jSiPvers climbfd 1H points on a T- 1 - Minor league baseball is rrollaps for-'Jtj [lerformancp whilr Skowron ing and no one has any business ilost 13 points with four hits in 2T> asking a million dollars for a fran- attempts. chise that isn't worth a nuarter." Chicago New York j Baltimore Although his White Sox lost, j Cleveland Manager A) Lopez was heartened by the pitching of Herb Score, who went all the way, giving up outs and the trip to Melbourne. This year the tryouts were held a month ago. The games begin late this month, he said. A lot can happen in that time—injuries, sickness and record performances by also-rans. Snyder said. Only One Star in 1962 Colleges Meet, Talk Athletes I only seven hits. Better yet, hej I<ansag city 1 fanned nine and did not walk a batter. i Wise old Casey Stengel master-. ; minded another victory for the 1 'Yankees. In the seventh inning , against Detroit he called upon ningsi N i southpaw Luis Arroyo to protect By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. O.B. 57 41 .583 — 54 39 .581 % 55 45 49 45 46 49 44 50 39 56 37 56 Monday Results Baltimore, 2 Chicago 1 N New York 3, Detroit 2 N Cleveland 3, Washington 0 N Kansas City 10, Boston 8 '10 in- With thc release of Jack'Me- Malion and the retirement of Slater Martin from the St. Louis Hawks, it appears as if rookie; back court men stand a goodi chance of crashing the team 1 next season. By TH E ASSOCIATED PRESS Four top rookies will be at the The National League pennant! Hawks' September training base j won't be decided this week but ai competing for the open guard'little unscrambling should take s P ot - i place as all but one of the five! The first stringers will un-; top contenders clash head on. i Washington Petroit Boston .550 .521 .485 .468 .411 3 6 9 l /a 11 ! 17V& doubtedly be Si Green and John, McCarthy with newcomer' Ed Conlin being used as a "swing man." That is, Conlin can be used up front or on the back line. The Los Angeles Dodgers, hottest club in the circuit despite its third-place post, open a four-game series with league-leading Pitts- .398 17V; DENVER (AP) - More than a , 3 ' 2 . lea , d f ? r Ral ? h 70 college athletic leaders discussed behind closed doors today possible changes in financial aid, eligibility, admission tests and other regulations affecting athletes in schools affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. The Conference of Conferences, sponsored periodically by the ! NCAA, reviews trends in college NEW YORK lAPi — Major i athletic policies and presents sug- league club owners have agreed! vestions to other NCAA bodies be- ifo the players' overwhelming de-itore any action is final. Guido Tovo had half of Dier-j si ,. P for two All-Star games in! The NCAA's policy making ing's hits while Marty Haynesj ]961 but in 1962 and thereafter u-ouncil of 18 members also is «nrl WVrnrtl. «,llonl«l lh» Mho. and Wendle collected the other two. Goodrich led Millie's Mickey's with two hits. ! traditional one gyjue. me j here and i of various evaluate the reports committees Wednes- Commissioner Ford Frick Monday confirmed The Associated As a result of Monday night's, Press exclusive of last week that round action, Midtown j tnp hvo All-Star games policy will the winner of tonight's ] be ,-etained for next year, the first round faces class Drug day. The council may issue a report summarizing the discussions. Final action on any recommendations would be at the NCAA convention in January. In: the eighth, he replaced Hector' Lopez in left field with Tony! Kubek. ,, Arroyo hurled three scoreless i innings to preserve Terry's fifth! triumph. In the ninth, Kubek j made a spectacular catch of AI | Kaline's bid,for a home run with; a running, over-the-shoulder stabi of the 415-foot drive in front of night the bleachers. Jim Perry, young sophomore right-hander, pitched the shutout; Len Wllkens of Providence, Ed Smallwood of Evansville College, Lee Harman, • former Oregon State star In service the past two years, and Holland Todd, ex-Fresi no State eager who has played AAU ball the past t\\o i years, are the four who will i fight It out. ; Wilkens was the No. 1 draft! Tuesday Games i choice, but he didn't live up to| Cleveland at Washington N (expectations at the Chicago at Baltimore N i rookie camp in the CatskiJls and Detroit at Npw York (2) day-1 will have to put out a little more!':!'" 1 ! in September. • rsl Todd is considered the "sleep- burgh tonight which conceivably Kansas City at Boston N Wednesday Games Cleveland at Washington N Chicago at Baltimore N Detroit at New York N could knock the Pirates out of first place. ; Second-place Milwaukee, two | i games behind the Pirates, meeti (the fourth-place Cardinals in the! first of an important three-game! !.series. The Redbirds, winners of ifour straight following three loss-j ] th to Pittsburgh, are only 4',2 pace and only a game behind the Dodgers. summer' —- min S'y in we Dest position, I for thc present, are the resurging i | San Francisco Giants. While the ! four clubs are concentrating! on each other, the fifth-place a golden oppor- - ,, er" of the four. In Coach Paul!^ ia " ts WI " Seymour's words, "If he .Todd)| l"! ty lo red , ucc e f 1 ™ ^ can! ha * se P a '' a *s them from the ean continue to show he i score from out like he did in Smallwood i summer camp with his ability to National League score from out and Harman needs! in Philadelphia for (with the four games ace Phillies L. Pet. G.B. for the Indians and Mike De La Hoz, rookie shortstop, figured in all of the Indians scoring with a pair of sitigles. Perry permitted the Senators only five hits for liis 12th victory. He has lost live. Pete Daley drove in four runs against his old Boston mates but 52 53 . _ , -— * — —- —.. it took a scoring double by Bill Between sager s games to be played a month aprt. Those attending the sessions, iTuttle in the tenth inning to win \saynesCo-opofShip-i The first game will be played!which started Monday and con-[for Kansas City. Daley had a man Thursday night at 7. Millie's and Mickey's plays its next game Thursday night at 8:30 against the winner of tonight's Vandalia Merchants — Frank's Brake Service (Belleville) game. Monday night's losers play again Saturday night against tonight's losers. Tonight completes the first round of play in the double elimination meet in Candlestick Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. The second game will be played in an Eastern city, exact bite to be deter- elude Wednesday, include college presidents, faculty representa three-run homer and two singles as the Athletics banged 17 hits 1' M. 57 39 54 40 42 44 50 43 42 54 38 59 35 60 Monday Resultt No games Tuesday Guineb San Francisco at Philadelphia Pittsburgh Milwaukee Los Angeles St. Louis San Francisco Cincinnati Philadelphia Chicago .594" .574 2 .553 4 .546 4' .538 5' .438 15 .392 19' .368 21VL- -2 IITS," te **" "'''"• «•« Wilkens' showing doesn't rule him out, by far. All he needs is a little experience according to Seymour. "I MIW him play four or five times hut year and there wawi't a better back- court man in college, o ut- 'over whom they hold an 11-3 edge, badly disorganized following the release of manager Bill Rigney in June, suddenly righted themselves two weeks ago and have won 10 of their last 13 games. Fifty - seven sophomores will turn out for West Virginia football next tall. r - — ...„., .»^».> t , . * t ,. ^ u ~... v ao U|i OUIItllUD UCtllglTU XI Ull» i __, . t_ VI lives, athletic' directors and com- off five Red Sox pitchers. Tom I Us An 8 eles af Pittsburgh N missioners from 18 allied confer- Rm-ianri .rui «.»* »HP in«.,- ThJ Milwaukee at St. Loms N UlcttHald (D Player AB ft H Kul'mp a 0 i White's* Law McCor'cit Fenton Farrarl Stokes Fleming Campbell mined, but probably Boston. fences of the NCAA. Speed-Seeker Is Killed On Utah's Salt Flats missioners from 18 allied confer- Borland (0-41 was the loser. The TolbU 2 INNING: Utchfield Midtown Mldtown (4) i Player AB R H Holden 2003 0 I Klmke 3 I I 300 Diet! 3 i i BONNKV1IXE SALT FLATS 'naking the run. 300 Liont"" I 1 I i Utah, lAPi-Atliol Graliam. :«. "Athol told me last week," • 0 o Daveupon i o o un , v su j c j : .. A |j mv m ( , | ,, Uuiin wrote in his i-olumn today, 200 iia'nr.en .) o o-wanted to break thc world'? >|iccd " '' l>«\'*' a lo' to tell you about 2 o u J^JJ; record." He died trying Monday. ,' n . v l«'li»p toward this whole jmcrs were ready to brave Lake tin of Pn jj 0 j)| [ed about JQ thing. 1 think a lot of it will shock - Michigan's capricious waters for u ho ,, SOKh ™» pitchers who attempted : victory went to Mike Kutyna, last of four Kansas City hurlers. Seven Swimmers Try to Cross Lake Michigan State American Lesion ~ Tourney Begins Friday Cincinnati at Chicago Wednesday Games San Francisco at Philadelphia. __„_,._,,,„,_ .„ ,. i SPRINGFIELD, 111. <AP>-De-j Game 3 - Winner game 1 vs. 'LOS Angeles at Pittsburgh (21 fendil « champion MurphysbonvMurphysboro 4 p.m. Cincinnati at Chicago (2) Milwaukee at St. Louis N CHK'AUO (AP^ - Seven and four other division winners i Saturday Aug 6- from throughout Illinois clash Fri-| a alnp 4_ Loser game -, vs , oser day in opening day competition of; game •> at 9 . 30 am the State American Legion Junior i Gamp 5-\Vlnwr game 2 vs Baseball Tournament. Dinner game 3 at 1-30 pm The winner of the Downers, Game 6-Winner game 4 vs. Grove-Benvyn clash, set for 9:30j| 08er ganie 3 a , 4 a.m. will meet Murphyiboro ati g Illinois Man Tops '"/ir/iPiV MLTSCIE. Ind (APi-Ray Mar- £ a " st Mo)uM> and Matt0 on collide! Cbuck ° I*:- ;/T*'* - 2 R H L Tllp lefl rear whpt ' 1 smt l'P' ld off 0 o o o u c o—o •• 2 his 3,OOU-horsi powei 100300*-, 5 O' going mj , es an hour (7) AB R H M. A M. (I) Plum AB R H I 0 Pcinnely 300 (joodrich 422 Wellt, 300 K Porull 410 John'eler I I 0 Ko»iotf H Portell 1 0 V Robent S I 0 On;,-ndorl 0 0 M>. 2 0 I 000 1 i 1 5*7*5 riot 4 1 3 1 2 1 2 2 0 •> I 1 I 1 d 01 car as u was > ou Wlu '" a11 lhis ls ovel> ' let'«in>aiw attempt to set a new fresh-1, 0 qualif> . Monday tor the'World WHIT. The car^ 0 ," alld lnt ' ""^ a '«« talk.'"iwater distance mark of 36^ miles and Nationa , Horseshoe Pitching liunbled 4.000 Dunn said. "I think he was going from Chicago to Michigan City,, championships here. « =, vin,, «'-iiki l0 Ifive m<> u story—a story that l«d. MO.H« * n ™*A MI ^i»*. «.,j skidded, flipped and . feet before i-oming to a stop withjj 0 K' ve ""' Grahatn pmn< j <i underneath. He was fldwn to a hospital inj l^uke City but died minutes ! Championship Martin scored 521 points and o o •j i The Salt Lake t luld a new smaii and - - j i*A(U liil 9W1CVI «/«J |JUIillO ttllU , l)u ' tlini{ the '"'Sh-speedj A prize of &.&:> has been of- had 163 ringers out of 200 tosses. The top 36 in four days of qualifying move into Clans A match play later this week, and the next Herod the first who completes the Expenses hud been piling up on j route—if ujjy of them do. The Graham because ol tin- time he j reward was offered by Jim Morau, Totolt 0 2 6 511i w ' d oi League Leaders Hawk* ». Bear* 9 3, Brave* 2 t\ mechanic IU ° k tl0ni ' liS j ° b a " d ' ht ' " U " iey a Olicu S° auto d( ' ak ' r wl >° is ^ will compete in Class B match ' ihi j spent to get his car ready, staging the competition [pluy fri-nd SiinAiv unto fhttk**- '''"' >IMnmii of "*' r(ttte Urah - ™*' ''""'> « e 'd has two women,' Second was Krnin Recht of Fort h^«hi hS l,,,^, ,. u H i ,, ''"'" Uiked « Mffidwill > 1 bul ^•eral 1 Ko Sl -n,ar> Pirl. ''2. and Mrs Man- Wayne, with 153 ringers and 500 inuugni n« a uudKim WOIIUUL- o j ( j u , n,. WMm ,,, •• - 4 m p.h but added: "II wish that all thc- people asked him if , u , had H lo ^ H ,, !tut . h Jg ^^ ^^ ^ > a prayer or two tor; ow ,. aBu j n « 0 u[(j de me " , \ fe |, bomi-thing VV«B wrong. One] mal thc ruHiijn Smith, M, both of Chicago. The i points. V.'ilber Kabel of New Ma- thc- AlU'r a iiioiiient Urahuni re- Dunn sixirtf, writer for plu-U. "Yc.s. I ym•.<>•. I'd Imve lo." Salt l^kc- Trilniae. said he He built Ins- car ioi about $2.MO, thinks (iraliam \vu.s Beared to death and not very huppy about not counting his tiim: and skill and got it up to ;•)•! m p h last fall. all ol Chicago, ,md Martin Mogk, 23. of Northbrouk. All complelfxJ a lU-milc qualifying trial swim June 29 in less than 10 hours. are Demiib Ma-idisui. Ohio was next will) 482 points and )-(S ringers Ralph Bruner of Hamilton. Ohio had 133 ringers and 452 Qualifying will continue in men's and old timers division* today, and trials begin in women's and junior classes. Game 7 -— Winner game 6 vs. t 1-30 pm ' losei gamt 3 at 3 p ' m ' The five teams are the sole sur. Game 8 ~ Wil ^r game 5 vs. Ivors from the more than 200 earns which entered the competi- on in 25 districts throughout the tate. The double elimination tour- winner game 7 at 4 p.m. Monday. Aug. 8: Game 9—(if necessary) same two teams as in game 8 at 4 p.m. ament will be held at Lanphier '_ aseball field. ! The schedule: Friday, Aug. 5: • Game 1 — Downers Grove vs.' hicagn Berwyn 9:30 a.m. Game 2—East Moline vc. Mat 0011 1:30 p.ill. WATCH. 2 YMT MUFFLIRS •IU ROUE* WINDOWS fvtry 0*y DwHng Btk * Aldo Alton SAFETY Correct caster and camber and toe-in and toe-out to manufacturer's specification!. WHEELS Precision balance both front wheels and install all ALL FOR ONLY Spttdwoy Provtd For Turnpik Quieter iMt loaKerl your car. Ruitproofed Iwt longer. 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