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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4,1&80 AiTOfc TELEOftAPH Sox Shake Hit Slump, But Can't Beat Orioles CHICAGO (AP)-The White Sox return home tonight, somewhat shaken over their recent experience at Baltimore where they dropped a thfWfpatws series. The Sox broke out of their hitting slump and collected three home runs Wednesday night but were defeated 6-5 In 1] innings on Gene Woodllngs run-scoring pinch triple off Turk Lown. The Sox went into the ninth with a 5-3 lead. They were trailing 34 when Ted KluKewtU's two- run pinch homer in the seventh tied tbe game. Home runs by Gene Freese and Sherm Lollar in the last two innings provided a two-run bulge which the Orioles erased in the ninth. The While So* remained In second place, one game behind the New York Yankees who dropped a 12-2 decision to Detroit, but saw their lead over the third place Orioles shrink to one game. Thc Sox open a five-game home series against Washington tonight with , Early Wynn (7-7» going against Pedro Ramos (6-12). Because of a schedule oddity, the Cubs arc also home today and Wnd Up their four-game series with Cincinnati. 'Hie Cubs and Redlegi split a doubleheadcr Wednesday with Cincinnati taking the first game 7-3 and the Cubs the nightcap 4-2> Ernie Banks' 29th homer in the first inning with a man on staked the Cubs to a 2-1 lead in the nightcap. However, Cincinnati tied Jt In the fourth and the Cubs went ahead to stay in the seventh with an unearned run. They added an Insurance marker in the eighth on Banks' double and a single by Frank Thomas. Dick Ellsworfli, lifted for a pfnch batter In the seventh was credited with his flfth victory. Glen Hobble (10-14) was the loser in the first game In which Cincinnati grabbed a 3-0 lead In the top of the third and remained in front the rest of the way. Left-hander Jim Brewer (0-3) will pitch for the Cubs today against Cal McLlsh (3-6). Chips Down In JC Meet St Louis Fans See Everything In Big Win ST. LOUIS (Aft-Baseball fans who like to see lots of hits, lots of errors, lots of pitchers and lots of men left on base enjoyed themselves Wednesday night as the Cardinals met the Braves. The others didn't. This episode in the National League pennant race—the Cardinals are in third, 3'/4 games out, and the Braves in second, two out—took three hours and 36 minutes to play. The Cardinals made 18 hits, MIDLAND, Tex. (AP) - The chips go down for the seeded stalwarts today as the seventh International Jaycee Tennis Tournament tumbles into the all-Important quarter-final round. Seven of the eight seeded play era remain In the running. Top-seed Paul Palmer of Phoenix, Ariz., meets the only unseeded two errors a*d left 11 men on {base in stumbling toward the 13-8 victory. The Braves made 12 hits, three errors and left eight men on. Ringing up home runs for the Cardinals were Ken Boyer (23) and Stan Muslal (11). Del Cratt* jdall, (16) Eddie Mathews (22) and i .loo Adcock (19) hit rotitidtrtopets for the Mlhvaukeeans. The Redbirds found it oeces- National Lrague Batting (based on 225 or more at bats*—Mays. San Francisco,! .346: Larker. IMS Angeles, .342 , Runs—Mays. San Francisco, 7fi;! Mathews, Milwaukee, 72. Runs batted in—Banks, Chira- Bobby Joyner of Lubbock, Tex., Not to °e <jutdone, the Braves'go. M: Aaron, Milwaukee, 79. player left, surprising John Hed- * ar >' to frot «* four Pitchers, With rirk of Long Island, N. Y. 'Bob Grim (3-D taking the victory on the strength of working one inning, the League Leaders By tftt AMOCtAf B» f A^^^^^^^toA • «^^^^^ iwrencviff im^nc Batting ftMKt) on 229 or fnore at blt» — Smith, Chicago, .334; Skowron, New York, .317. Runs—Mantle, New York, 85: Marls. New York, 74. Rons batted in — Marls, New York, 83: SHtowron, New York, 71. Hits-Smith, Chicago, 124: Ml- noso, Chicago 122. Doublet—Skowron, New York, 23; Smith and Freese, Chicago. Siebern, Kansas City and Allison, Washington, 21. Triples — Fox, Chicago, f; Brandt and Robinson. Baltimore, Aparldo, Chicago and Becquer, Washington, 6. Home irons—Marls, New York, 32; Mantle, New York, 27. Stolen bases — Aparido, Chicago, 30: Landis, Chicago, 15. Pitching (based on 10 or more decisions) — Stobbs, Washington, 8-2, .800; Coates, New York, 9-3, .750. ; Strikeouts — Bumiing, Detroit. 1 143: Pnscual. Washington, 117. DEMOCRATIC GET-TOGETHER James McLaughlin, Democratic candidate for secretary of state, pones with other officials at "Kerner>McLaughlin Day'* Wednesday night at the East Alton VFW Hall. George T. Wilkins, (left) state sqpeHntenoent of public instrtictidn, represented Otto Kerner, Democratic candidate for governor, who was unable to attend. From left, others are: Charles Vanpreter, East Alton mayor; and Fred Grenzebach. supervisor of Wood River Township.— Staff Photo. • Holmberg Down In Fox Match SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y. (Af>>- Yesterday'• Stan Ron Holmberg, the slugger from Brooklyn, N. Y., was in Jeopardy today in a suspended match with Allen Fox of Los Angeles in the rain soaked 72nd Southampton Invitation Tennis Tournament. TheHolmberg-Fox match will be resumed with Fox leading, 6-4, 6-6 and Holmberg ahead, 40-15 on his own serve. In another third-round match, Chris Crawford of Piedmont, Calif., leads Ramsey Earnhart, Ventura, Calif., 6-2. "I better play well right from the start," Holmberg s.'d» "or I'll be out of this tournament." In other key matches, top-seeded Rod Laver, the Australian champion, faces another Aussie, John Sharp*?. Bob Mark, the fourth- fift'tttg - Qtte WttBdanj. m- totes, tfutfleWet, trlpM tti flM nh in th« tafrt of tbe lift to tfVt Baltimore a 6-5 victory over the Chicago White Sox. Pitchlng~"iJohnny Podres, Dod' grrs veteran soothpaw, permit* ted only seven hits for Ml ninth victory as the Dodgers defealcfc the Pirates 34 In a game calletl after seven Innings because of rain. fig/if Remits By THE ASSOCIATED Pft&SS CHICAGO - Henry Hank, 161, Letroit, knocked out ftady Ellis, 157'i. Chlcajgo, 1. Carl Hubbard, 146, Philadelphia, outpointed T.J. Jones, 147, Chicago, 6. About 475 million pwple ipeak the Chinese language to 00* of its forms. seeded Australian, opposes 18-year- old Marty Ricssen of HlnsdaIe,>IU. and Rodney Kop of Honolulu. Hendrick defeated James Hardcastle, Atlanta, Ga., and Frank Noble. Danville, HI. Joining mem are second-seeded David Reed, La Jolla, Calif.; third-seeded Clark Graebner, Lakewood, Ohio; fourth-seeded used fivp hurlers. Joe Jay (3-6», was the loser. He worked 3 1-3 in- Hits —Groat, Pittsburgh. Mays, San Francisco, 129. ings, giving up four runs on four 1 Doubles—Pinson. Cincinnati, 27: Butch Newman, San Antonio, Tex., Firtizi Schunck, Orlando, Fla., fifth; Andy Lloyd, Shreveport,. La., sixth; and CJiff Buchholz, St. Louis, Mo., eighth. : tRead Telegraph Want Ads Daily I hits. He walked four and struck out one man. Curt Simmons (3-1) is scheduled to work for the Cardinals tonight against Bob Buhl of the Braves hi the final of a three-game series. Henry Hank Mays and Cepeda, San Francisco and Cunningham, St. Louis, 24. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati and White, St. Louis, 8: Bruton. Milwaukee and Mays and Kirkland, ======: Riven* Ripples ^ and Outdoors with Harold Brand Shot at Title Canoe Float Trip A leisurely float trip on |las related. "The,boats will leave the harbor about 8:30 and lock San Francisco 7. Home runs—Banks, Chicago 29: Aaron, Milwaukee. 28. ] Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinm- !ti, 24: Mays,, San Francisco, 20. I Pitching (based on 10 or m^re (decisions)— Farrell, Philadelphia, 19-2. .818: Roebuck, Los Angeles, J8-2, .800. Strikeouts — Drysdale. Los Angeles, 168; Friend, Pittsburgh, CHICAGO (API — Hammering j 131. Henry Hank, bitter despite his;-*— 'first-round knockout over Rudy Ellis in Chicago Stadium Wednes•day night, is going to rest and jplay a waiting game. Hank has scored six victories in seven fights this year and wants a shot at the middleweight championship—either one. o hnny Hayes came in an classic: Carney HenJey of Huron College scored 141 points during the 1959 football season. In four nored years at the South Dakota I marathon in London in 1908. , school he tallied 394 points. i This was because the Italian,; The professional field was the Eight Champs At Waterloo WATERLOO, Iowa fAPi-Eight women who have won 17 tournaments this year were among the 28 pros who began a tour-day bid for the Waterloo Women's Open! 'Golf Championship. i Betsy R H \v I s. the defending i champion from Spartansburg, S.C. Louise Suggs of Atlanta. Ga., and .Mickey Wright of San Diego, i Calif., each have won three 1960! : titles. ; • Kay Crocker of Wichita. Kan., Joyce Ziske of Milwaukee and' iWiffi Smith of St. Clair, Mich.,! - A hydrogen bomb of one meg- have been in the winne-'s circle I aton has the explosive force of twice and Patty Bei-g of River a million tons of TNT. Grove, 111., and Bev H a n s o n of Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Toronto 7, Columbus. 6 (11 innings Jersey City 14, Buffal* 6 Miami 7,' Rochester 0 Montreal 13, Richmond 1 Pacific Coast League Spokane 3, Sacramento 1 San Diego 6, Portland 3 Seattle 3, Tacpma 0 Salt Lake 8. Vancouver 6 American Assn. Denver 11, Charleston 6 Houston 3, Dallas-Fort Worth 0 St. Paul 6. Louisville 3 Indianapolis 3, Minneapolis 0 rrt .Calif., each have 'Won one tournament. Current River in three canoes i through Winfield Dam and con- The NBA title is held by Gene was made last Saturday by Hmr-jtinue on to Timberlake Lodge,Fullmer while in the states of old Kin* and his wife, Ann,! picnic grounds about 17 miles'New York and Massachusetts Humbert road; John Paul and [farther. Some club members TPauI Fender is recognized a^> the his wife. Jean, Willow street, and will drive ahead and prepare the!division champion. Hank's 'litter IMck Mann and his wife, Dmta, food." is apparent in his charges Wim-hi-ster. III. The fjroup launch-' Named Queen that both Fullmer and Pende- are ed their canoes at Round Spring During the past year Carl Rust ducking him. near Emminence, Mo., at 10 a.m. land his wife, JeMfe, 336 Bluff j "I'd belt either one of them if and floated to the Powder Mill Sl -. nave been keeping score' onil met them in the street," said! Ferry eight hours later. the fish they have been catching! Hank, the father of five with No. "It was a beautiful and restful '" Otlcr Creek - From AU* V« on the way. trip under sunny skies dotted i lftl9 to Au 8- *- 196 °- tne couple, In scoring his 45th triumpn, l',j with clouds" king said "At hfive landed 1 ' 809 fish including j by knockouts, thp slugger from noon we stonpecf'tb swim and eat bass and crappie. The largest Detroit made it look easy by, lunch Two 'of the women had bass WCI K" ed a 00 " 1 thre « pounds, kayoing Ellis in 2:30 of the first' unexpected dips in the river! In »«*nition of her fishing! round. Jean was helping her husband P™ vess - Mrs. Rust was recent-: Hank, 161, sparred with Ellis. | push the canoe in shallows and' 1 * awarded a trophy and namedjl57' 2 . for the first two minutes of SNAKE-BITE KITS •r-t. JDorando Pietri. preceded "Hayes' b 'gg est ever jintc the stadium in a state of iutier exhaustion. Dorando cpl- ! lapsed 200 yards short of the | finish. He was helped to his jfeet by sympathetic British officials and finally half carried across the .finish line. Dorando was disqualified for not competing the 26 miles and 385 yards under his own power. Hayes, the plodding little New Yorker, brought the gold medal < jto the United States. for the Waterloo event which is being held for the third time. Some 17,500 in prize money will go'to'the leaders with the winner collecting 1,313. Amaiing New Quick Tan Dlscoveryl Tans You in 3 to 5 Hours With or Without the Sun! New "Q.T." Quick Tan Lotion is guaranteed by the makers of Coppcrtotre. Tins you Indoors or out— night or day! Protects you from sunburn, too! It seems like magic— but revolutionary "Q.T." Quick Tan Lotion works by a safe, scientific new principle. Gives you a real skin tan whether used indoors or out, with or without the sunj Yet contains no dye, paint or artificial make-up to stain your skin or play clothes! Without sunshine— "Q.T." gives you a glorious golden tan in only 3 to 5 hours! With sun-. shine— you tan even quicker! With best protection ever Front sunburn and drying effects of sun and wind! Tube only *!** Money-saving large bottle At oil Safer-for all skin types <• "Q.T." has been clinically tested on blondes, brunettes, redheads —men, women, children. Is , proved safe for every skin type! Contains no iodine or irritating chemicals. No alcohol to dry your skin or give you a streaked,' blotchy tan. A pure white lotion, its special moisturizing formula protects skin from roughening and drying out. "Q.T." is guaranteed by the makers of Coppertone to give you a gorgeous, even tan— with or without sunshine — or money back! Get "Q.T." and get your, tan... for sure today I I'pha la*} THRIFTY DRUG STORES WLLNG suddenly stepped into water over! 1960 of the Otter Creek {the fight. Then he let go a left; her head. Later in the afternoon,I""" 1 * aub made U P of mem-1hook which straightened thc Chi-: Dosia was unexpectedly thrownj 08 ™ from 2l c^ 1 " 8 ta a settle-jcago middleweight and followed! out of her canoe. Both could $wim so the dips weren't any calamity." The canoes ranged in size from ment on the creek. Mrs. Rust sue ceeds Mr.. Fred* Bedmoad, who was the 1959 queen. with a right to the head, finishing | off Ellis. Because of the quick knockout,; The Rusts share a mutual hob-!a six-round preliminary fight be-' couples stayed in Salem, Mo., Saturday- night and returned skilled anglers. The couple go fishing one or more times each O f COMPONBftS KIT* HAVE 9 •UCTWN CUP*®, RESTRICTION OOflD®, ANTIMOTW©, COM- PLCTC INSTRUCTIONS* AND KNIPf •LAMt(§)» FOX MMWOiATE PIMT MO. (SUCTION cur* RUMINATC POISON-NIK mf MOUTH-tUCKIMJ). AFTmWARD> NAME ANTIVCNOM TMEATMRNT (CAUSCS SMOClO WA DOCTOR, OR SHE HIM IN MVANCB If 60INS INTO REMOTE AREAS. home Sunday. Mrs. Mann is the former Dosia Ross of Alton. Fell Out of Boat i The Sport Fishing Institute re- split decision. Mel Douglas, secretary of theicgnUy published tbe values n f ----Twin Lakes Boat Club, said thati spor t fish involved in fish kills a serious accident occurred a fewlf,. om pollution in Illinois waters: miles upstream from Twin Lake* Channel catfish, all sizes 69 j harbor on the Mississippi River | cents; bullheads, all sizes 8 Sunday when a young man and cents; freshwater drum, larger phia and T. J. Jones of Chicago was hurried on the nationally' televised program. The matcnj j was awarded to Hubbard on a! KITS ASK PO* "X'CUTS ON MM* MARKS. MEWM AVTHO0 IS «N&LE CUTS, MNS-OBB^ Vfc* LONS, IN OMSCnON MUSCLK UM MK StfT HOI^ UMBT SCAIW. BOWL UfN Tuesday Kite Men's League High Games: Yost 219, Gresham 210, Tanner 218, 220, Christian 206. /Migel 210, Ervin 212, Eeisset '204, Olden ,210, Harrison 200. 203. Western Mixed League High Ganies: K. Kessmger 234, E. Reinhardt 212, C. Weirich 219, B. Haufe 200, D. Bennett 204. woman riding on the gunwiiales of a boat fell overboard. than fingerlings 28 cents; flathead The girl couldn't swim but was {cents; catfish, fingerlings 25 yellow perch, all sizes rescued and the young man's foot was struck by the outboard 24 cents; northern pike, all sizes, $1.18; smallmouth and large- motor propeller and severely in-imouth bass, all sizes, $1.15; crap- jured. The foot was nearly ampu-jpie, all sizes, 75 cents; bluegllls, tated but it may be saved, Doug-! all sizes, 33 cents; walleye or las said. This is the second such I sauger, all sizes, $1.18. . accident in recent weeks where j Put this price list in your a person falling out of a boat I tackle box and the next time you was hit by the propeller. The first was a young boy who fell, off a boat near Pere Marquette Park. Crutae and OtfUog "Twin Lakes Yacht dub is planning a Locking Through Party and barbecue Sunday," Doug- go fishing you can' keep track of how much money you are making or losing. We'll wager that if you compare the cost of live bait and-or your lures against the fish you catch, you'll be using red ink mostly. FINAL CLEAN UP -BIOS A VINOS SALE STARTS FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 9 A.M. DON'T MISS THIS SHOE SALE DRESS SHOES $100 1 UFETIME SOLID VINYL I TILE L FOR EVERY ROOM ^ W •«• ^ ^ "B"^ PLASTIC 42c Value 9x9 Only • High Gloss • Decorator Color* • Grease Proof • Easy to Imtall • No Limit • Mill Run • Special Purchase • CMS Our Will Call • Wedge Plan • Factory Surplus • Goat All the Way Thru *»*« »2 77 BEAUTY BONDED GENUINE FORMICA 69 C TODAYI FRIDAY! SATURDAY! EXCESS INVENTORY FLOOR SAMPLES SOME '59 MODELS The Discount Houses will hate us for running this sale — But our mid-season inventory Policy says— "THEY GOTTA GO Now Regular 329.96 219.95 179.00 3-BK11 Refrigerators , . . 1-BK11T Refrigerator ... 2- mm * Combination Refrigerator 349.95 299.00 3-r 131 Combination Refrigerator 399.95 319.00 1-11 Ft. Wall Refrigerator . . . 495.00 299.00 1- 10-ft. Upright Freezer Cleseout 199.95 169.00 3-11 Ft. Upright Deluxe Freezers. 299.96 189.00 1-14 Ft. Gibson Market Master . 389.95 1-CibsonJ)ehumidifier . . . , 1-Permaglass Elect. Water Heater I 1-Round Gas Water Neater , 3- GE 42 Gal. Water Heaters. 2-GE 60 Gal. Water Heaters Cloieout! 100.00 99.96 138.96 289.00 79.00 69.96 79.00 79.00 109.00 149.00 25% 2-4601 hp GE Air Conditioners . 239.96 9-4611 hp CE Deluxe Conditioners 259.96 1-4721 hp CE Doluxo Conditioners 299.96 189.00 New Headquarters Alton Area CERAMIC WALL TILE SQ. 'FT. ii ftrva 69 SHOE MARKET CALL HO 34411 FOR *RU IfTIMATIS OPEN FRI. TILL 9 P.M. Uf I. Iro^way at HMuy HO 2-9411 2-402 OE ElMtric Range* 2-303 OE ElMtric Ranges 2-30* OE Etoclrie R..f«t 3-404 OE ElMtric R»|*s 2-408 OE ElNlrit Rn(ts 199.95 229.96 279.96 169.00 189.00 209.00 219.00 239.00 1-;,V', n JW«MElMlrkRin«. .369.96 209.06 1-024 Guilt In OE OomblMtioi. . 300.08 210.00 3-SP-40 Mobile HUM Olthwnlwr. 230.08 170.00 199.00 41.00 138.00 DISCOUNT! 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