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Section 2 -16 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport Comic Established'January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, AUGUST 6,1980. Sc Per Copy Member of The Associated MAKES OLYMPIC TEAM Pirates Pad Margin Alton's Homer Clark, 76, Shares lona Championship By JOE RKKHLKR [never be a winning pitcher. 'that big year. Finally, their pa- Atwrliited Pn>M Sport* Wrltor The St. Louis Cardinals stuck itience ran out and last May they Thpy gavr up on Vinegar Brnd with him eight seasons, hoping!peddled nim to Pittsburgh. iMizcll. The experts said he'd: each spring he'd come up withj Friday night Mizell shut out San Dykes Happy, Gordon Sad in Debuts jj C " Francisco 1-0. It was his seventh •, victory in nine decisions since hei Joined the league leading Pirates, j «* . . f m|ftf It also was his second consecutive! Meet In I WllUS shutout. He now has a string of 2t> successive scoreless innings. CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP)— Homer Clark Sr. of Alton, IB., Is 76 years old. but he outlasted All hut one of the nine shooters he tied with in the Hawkeye 100 Special event in the Iowa State Trap- MEXICO CITY (API — The! shooting Tournament Friday. Unilpd sta , ca and Mrxic-o meot By )OK KKICIII-KK Johnny Temple laid down a neat,runs and had the tying and win- Writer bunt and Wilson, running with thejning runs on base with two out. Ovpland General Manager' pitch, scored the deciding run as I Bobby Shantz took over and got Frank l-atic has drawn first blood t pitcher Chuck Estrada had only a Norm Siebern to fly derp to Mar- Thanks to Mizen. the Pirate. f(x , ay jn Ampr|can 7jonc Dav)s have a four-game bulge over sec- JCup r | imina tjon tennis matches jnnd place Milwaukee, which dis-l whirh pxppl ., s on ^ sjdps TOn . placed the Cardinals in ,in bis rr'eeiif iinpi-ccodnntcd man-,play at first base, jiigrriiil exchange with President \ Dt-spito the victory. the fourth (Bill De-Witt of the Detroit Tigors.|place Indians still trailed front- Making his managerial debut 'running New York by six games with the Indians following the as the Yankees increased their swap that brought him from De-.lefld to 1 v z games over second troit for Joe Gordon. Jimmy j place Chicago by defeating kan- Dykes masterminded his newisas City 4-3. The White Sox were charges to a 4-3 victory over the;soundly thrashed by Washington is on the first pitch. A four-run Red Sox outburst in the seventh inning spoiled Gordon's managerial debut with the Tigers. Shortstop Don Buddin tripled home two runs in the rally that wiped out a 2-0 Detroit lead and hung the 10th defeat of the season upon Frank Lary. Ike De- Lock won his sixth game in re- ,. 0 ukl be decided by u tricky runner-up spot by walloping Chi- R))s( ()f cage's Cubs 10-2. St. Louis. Barry MacKay of Dayton Ohio, blanked by Cincinnati 3-0. dropped t£in(?lps ' fjrst wj(h 2 0-vear-old Ra- into third place, a half game be- |)h . |d O suna. Mexico's brightest hind the Braves. Rain washed out | Rtar of tomorrow who may decide the Dodger-Phillies game in Phila- i , 0 shjnc> todav delphia. In a second match, teen-age An unearned Pittsburgh run in; j^ Buchholz of St. Louis, a sur-, the eighth broke up a scoreless | prigp sin gi es selection, meets! pitching duel between Mizell and | Mexico 's veteran Marion Llamas. | Sam Jones. The Giants' ace pitch-1 M^CO has never beaten the! er had no one to blame but him- ju n j te d States in Davis Cup play, j self. He walked Bill Virdon. lead-, Bul ev en the U.S. team captain,' ing off the eighth. Then he threw, Davis Freed, admits that Mexico | pyery target jn a 150-target shoot- Dick Groat's sacrifice bunt over| nas a cnancr . Tic and Merle Stockdale of Ackley broke 100 targets in the regulation event, as did Marvin Driver of Missouri Valley, Bob Allen of Des Moines, Jim Bell of Fort Dodge, K. D. Oslund of Lincoln, Neb., Vic Rein- H. Clark Sr. ders of Wau- ;esha. Wis., Don Ewing of Ona' i-a, Harold J. Petty of Keokuk nd C. G. Bauder of Sterling, 111. Clark and Stockdale each broke DETROIT — Jeff Farrell is Idswd by his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Farrell, aftor the 23-.v«ar-old Kan.san earned a berth on the Olympic swimming team. He underwent surgery for appendicitis a week ago and twin* rejected offers to make him an alternate on the relay team. "I am going to swim for it," he said. Farrell qualified by finishing fourth in the 200-meter freestyle finals last night. (AP Wire- photo) 'Baltimore Orioles Friday night. ;6-l. At the same lime. Gordon, in Cleveland's close victory' over'lief. ...„ „ ,„,„,.., ..,.,„. „- — - - his first game at the helm of thc'Baltimore, made Perry, the In- 1 The Senators battered Buck Dick Groat's sacrifice bunt over| nas a cnancr . ;0 ' wnicn eliminated the others, , Tigers, saw his team go down todians' ace right-hander, thc big-: Shaw off the mound with a four- Don Blasingame's head at first ' and contest officials decided to de- a 1-2 defeat by the Boston Red gost winner in the American run explosion in the first inning [base. Groat and Blasingame col- in 18 decisions. The Reds broke a i c'are eo - champions, awarding ,So\. League with K; triumphs. Kslrada, and went on to inflict the fifth! tided and the speedy Virdon raced; scoreless tie with an unearned run \ both identical trophies. Tin. Indians employed a seldom- the loser, now has an 11-7 record.|straight defeat upon the American!all the way home before the ball;off Curt Simmons in the sixth. i Clark's son. Homer Clark Jr. of , used weapon — the bunt squeeze A two-run homer by Roger Mar-; League defending champions. Aft- j could be retrieved. — to bring home the winning run., is. his 33rd of the season, won for'er retiring the first two batters, j Bob Purkey snapped St. Louis'j Eddie Mathows hit safely as the Every Milwaukee starter except i Alton. Hi., also had a big day. He ; It happened in the seventh inning | the Yankees but they had to snuff Shaw (10-9) walked two batters, i seven - game winning streak. With the score tied at..'!-.'!. Red (out a ninth inning rally to finish (hen clipped for singles by Kayo i blanking the Cards with four hits !Wilson, who had opened with a|off the Athletics. Trailing 4-1. the Throneberry. Bill Gardner auditor eight innings. Marshall Bridg- double, was on third following JA's routed relief pitchers Luis Ar- Jim Lemon. Pete Ramos won his;es, in relief, finished the shutout •pitcher Jim Perry's sacrifice. |royo and Bob Turley with two'seventh with a four-hitter. 1 to cement Purkey's llth victory Braves walloped four Chicago was tops in the doubles event with 97 hits and was awarded the out- pitchers for 15 hits including Hank i of-state trophy. Aaron's 30th home run, tying him ; with the Cubs' Ernie Banks for| the league lead. . Rome Jaunt Farrell Makes Olympic Bid TJ. ^ T\J U^ f\ j-^J 17 AC A T<^ ^^ At Stake The Hard Way-Swimmin Hirsch, Norb's Ousted From ASA Tourney For Wrestlers DETROIT (APt — Jeff Farrell , chance to IV.-IA.T (ull> liom Die finally made the Olympic team 'emerg.-ncy appendectomy of nim the way he wanted to - in Ihr-: d . |y8 ;if , 0 ',, 1a( a|l|los , blas(Mi hls P 00 dream of making the team. "I'm very gratetiil." he said after he earned his berth by fin- 1 l-il " -f>11 - ho . lfl " r ol th( ,' A "'"'-"- a " ishing fourth in the aoo-meter, 1 ' 1 ": 0 ^, 0 ' : ' (1S for ) IW mt;tera ' freestvle I failed by just one-tenth of a sec"This is the way I wanted to Olld to sain um ' of 1he lwo ^ l ~ make the team." " ons '" lhat pu ' nl "As a matter of principle, the "*» last hojK- wa.s th< »X)-nK-ter 23-year-old "invalid" rsvice in the'""'** squad. And he made it in \ V OOD RIVER last four days rejected offers to; the last men's event of the four- Bjb ] e of Eagt st make him an alternate on the re-i d '' iv tria| s with llis hurth place Spengler Oil of Granite City lay team. The U.S. Olympic I fin isn in the 200-meter free style stayed alive in the Amateur Soft-j Men's Swim Committee's sugges-; final All he had to do was finish. bal i Association Sectional Tour-' Uon was that he later swim off I 5 "'*'"- nament here Friday night at Jay- with the sixth man of the relay ] George Harrison of Stanford cee Field. Edgemont ousted P. team for the right to go to Rome. , finished first in '^:03.1. Farrell's N. Hirsch of East Alton, 8-4, in Spengler, Edgemont Stay Alive Edgemont This would have given him a | time wa.s L':01.'j. Swim Stars, 37 Strong, Qualify for Olympics a class B game while Spengler Oil eliminated Norb's Northsid- ; ers of Alton, 8-1. in the class A igamc. TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE , 7:00—Litdifield Customs vs. Sa ger's fAlton) (Qass B game). 8:30—Chuck Diering Ford (Al-i ton) vs. Vandalia Merchants: DETROIT (API — The finest) The last 24 members of the U.S. (Class A game), swimming and diving stars in the'team were selected Friday after i » » * * i land, 37 strong, will carry the j four days and nights of gruelling 1 Edgemont Bible scored eight; United States' hopes into the 1960 j competition in which the new! runs in the fifth inning to wini Olympic Games with renewed Olympians shattered three world over P. N. Hirsch. P. N. Hirsch j hope of bringing the international and four American records. led 4-0 going into the bottom I honors back to home soil. ' The O 1 y in p ic-bound athletes of tne f i ftn when the East St '! range froni diving star Juno Stov- Louis team exploded. j er Irwin. the 31-year-old mother P. N. Hirsch. jumped to a 3-01 |of four, to 13-year-old Donna de- : |ead in the first inning and added! IVarona. a run in the fourth frame. Edge-j | The baby-fuced Ue V'arona .mont scored its eight runs in; iyoungster of Lafayette. Calif., is;the fifth on only three hits, jthe world record holder in the' Bob Boyd did the hurling for !400-meters individual medley re-' Edgemont. giving up five hits, (lay- ; striking out 10 and walking; i Three more teenagers had a i none. Don Graner started for ihand in the record-smashing, i P- N. Hirsch and was relieved :Mik- Troy. 19-year-old Indiana!by Don Crane in the hectic fifth. University sophomore, bettered' Until the fifth Graner had given his own world mark in thr 200- : up just one hit. meters butterfly. Centerfielder Rod Ross had Dave Sime Just About Ices Spot in Olympics LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Dave Sime and Dave Davis have NORMAN. Okla. (AP) — Doug Blubaugh and Phil Kinyon meet today for the fifth time this week and after 12 minutes of wrestling one of them will finally be Rome- bound with the U.S. Olympic team. Another major battle today be- Winder of Morgan State for thejtween Shelby Wilson, Ponca City, third spot on the 100-meter teanv° kla " and Frank Bettucd, of L* ° f ^ n f!A'°™™:H -tunned a crowd of about 10,00o|^; ™\?£j^J*?J%; a o o , .rst n^e and the d.sunct.on of! in ^ pre<)lynipic meet here by -ents the Umted States at 147> 3 CALHOUN WINS HURDLE TEST LONG BEACH, Calif. — Lee Calhoun (third from left) of Gary, Ind., leads the field over the second hurdle during the 110 meter hurdles in last night's pre-Olympics meet at Long Beach, Calif. He was followed by fellow Olympic team members Willie May of the Chicago Track Club (hidden be- hind Calhoun) and Hayes Jones (extreme right) of Eastern Michigan, who were second and third respectively. At left are decathlon star Rafer Johnson, spilling a hurdle, and C. K. Yang, who will represent the Republic of China in the games. Calhoun's time was 13.9. (AP Wirephoto) By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American 1/eague W. L. Pel. G.B. .588 — .599 2'» Martin Fined $500, Suspended Five Days being elected to the U. S. Olym pic team. But the things they share today don't include the same feelings. Sime, the former Duke sprinter, missed the 1956 Olympics because of a leg injury and wasn't given much of a chance of mak-| ing the 1960 team. winning in 10.5 seconds—against a seven-mile-an-hour wind. Left behind were such formidable sprinters as Ray Norton, Frank Budd, Stone Johnson and i Winder. free style. Blubaugh got the first edge in the week's long tussle with Kinyon in Friday night's 160^ pound match. The Ponca City grappler got the nod from two of three judges after they had fought to Bill Nieder, the ex-Kansas star, i their tenth draw in ten matches. won the shot put with a heave of Today he has just about locked j ® feet ' u inches - II was wel1 of up the third position on the 100-| his pending world record of 65-7 meter team that will compete for i but good enough to move him clos- the United States in Rome. er to a starting position on the Davis, one of the "big four" shot putters, is headed in the opposite direction. Troubled by a sore hand, he made it look even more probable that he won't get to throw in Rome. Sime, competing with Paul U.S. team. No world records were threatened here. John Thomas, who broke the high jump record by clearing 7-394 last month, got only as high as 7-?i here. But he still won the event easily. Al Ferrari Signs 1960-61 Contract With St. Louis Al Ferrari, a three-year veteran, signed with the St. Louis League Leaders Hawks today, General Manager Ed McCauley announced. The "inking" of Ferrari leaves only guard John McCarthy and the Big Three, Bob Pettit, Cliff Hagan and Clyde Lovellette, unsigned. One judge thought Kinyon, of Sillwater, Okla., wrestled the better match. Terry McCann, 125^ pounder from Tulsa, who .many experts believe will win America's first gold medal in wrestling since 1952, won his chance with a split decision over two-time NCAA champion Dave Auble of Ithaca. Another berth was grabbed by heavyweight Bill Kerlake of Cleveland over Hallow Wilson of the Navy. Also claiming space on the plane that leaves New York Aug. 14 were Lou Giani, New York City, and Army Lt. Ed Dewitt of Pittsburgh, Pa. Champ Among Shoe Pitchers MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — Defend- 40 15 46 46 50 45 53 42 57 38 59 •19 .553 .526 .495 .459 .424 .392 New York Chicago Baltimore Cleveland Washington Detroit Boston Kansas City Friday Results Cleveland 4, Baltimore 3 N Washington 6, Chicago 1 N Boston 4, Detroit 2 N New York 4, Kansas City 3 Saturday Games Washington at Chicago New York at Kansas City Boston at Detroit Baltimore at Cleveland Sunday Game* Washington at Chicago (2) New York at Kansas City (2) Boston at Detroit (2) Baltimore at Cleveland (2) Monday Games New York at Chicago N Washington at Kansas City N Only games National League ST. LOUIS (APi—Battling Billy past record in fining the Redlegied five days if the fight had gone Look-alikes Chris von SaJi/i. two hits for P. N. Hirsch. Martin, backed by Cincinnati second baseman Friday night. | the other way?" and Lynn Burke set world stand- Spengler Oil crossed the plate ^'"'ager Fred Hutchinson. is bit-;Chicago Cub pitcher Jim Brewer, Martin said he ft-lt he had oeen ards-Miss Burke in the 100-me- three times in the first inning ;ter over a $500 fine and five-day Plugged by Martin, suffered a; "dealt with very unfairly by Mr. U'-.tei-h backstroke and Miss Von and Norb's never got untracked.|suspension and wants Baseball ( fracture of the orbit bone below;Giles. I will ask the commission- 16 19 N Saltxa in the 400-meters frfestylejRay Hoffman did the pitching j Commissioner Ford Frick to auar! his right eye. He will undergo Baroness Chris was one of five ifor Spengler, giving up six hits, double-qualifiers in the U.S. trials ; stnking out three and walkin g that closed dramatic run at Bren- i two§ nan Pools Friday night. ! B 'S blow ta Spengler's three.-» p. "7 *> <•«•« '-4™ ™' b S«t"5,pTac^ T £lt±' n ^l' ) tr S»,-b.™ wl , *> added luW in scored his side of the case. Hutchinson implied that National League President Warren C. Giles was influenced by Martin's surgery today. Hutch put it this way: "Do you mink Brewer would have been fined $500 and suspend- Pittsburgh Milwaukee St. Louis Los Angeles San Francisco Cincinnati Philadelphia Chicago W. L. Pot. G.B. 60 40 .600 55 43 .561 4 56 45 .554 53 44 .546 51 47 .520 44 37 .436 41 60 .406 38 62 .380 ing by taking first place in both ' when and SDi'incboard .... , . H B Norbs scored its only run in the third on an error after sec- Another Indiana star, Alan, ond baseman Jim Eisenreich led homers, streaked to a double vie-: O f| W jih a s jngi e . tory in the d ist a nc e freestyle 'events. Gary Toblan, University I of Southern California senior, earned a double berth by placing second to Sam Hall in the springboard and second to Bob Webster in the platform. A . I* year-old from Portland, Ore., Carolyn Wood, was the other double qualifier, winning the 100-meters butterfly and finishing Yankee Owner Wants AL To Include Los Angeles er for a hearing. The fight wasn't my fault and 1 was only protecting myself after he threw at my head." The fine was one of the largest ever imposed by Giles. Brewer will be out at least a month, and possibly the rest of the season. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 225 or more A 6-4 205-pounder. Ferrari was i in 6 champion Ted Allen of Nould- at bats) — Smith, Chicago, .322; j the Hawks' fourth draft choice !er - Col °- and four challengers Minoso, Chicago, .314. 'in 1955, after an illustrious ca-: each svve P l seven matches Fri- Runs — Mantle. New York, 85; reer at Michigan State. He play- iday lliBht as mat <-'h competition Maris, New York, 75. ed Toward at State where he Carted in the world and national Runs batted in — Maris. Now set a single season school mark nm>sesnoe Pitching tournament. York, 85: Minoso, Chicago and;of 427 points; a career mark of He ading the list with Allen were Skowron. New York, 71. i 1,009 markers and a Big Ten! 00 " Titconib - Los Gatos ' Hits-Smith, Chicago, 125; Min-!f ree throw record of 21 consecu- Curtis Day> Frankfol 't. Ind., Paul : The fight came after a pitch by W aBhington. 6. Brewer Thursday caromed off oso, Chicago, 124. Doubles — Siebern, Kansas City and Skowron, New York, 23; Runnels, Boston, 22. Triples — Fox, Chicago, 8; Brandt and Robinson, Baltimore, /paricio, Chicago and Becquer, twe tosses. With the Hawks in 1955-56, he brake in with a score of eight markers a game on 546 tallies in 68 contests. He sparked the Focht, Dayton, Ohio, and Floyd Tolle, Pine Bluff, Ark. Allen was pressed in several of his matches. In the closest he beat John Coble of Peru, Ind., 52-46. The longest string of ringers club in that season's playoffs j wus 40 straignt by Jim O hler of averaging 14.8 points a gamejscottsdale. Pa. Home runs-Maris, New York,' om ' eight L>ori ' ests - ; Gene Brumfield of Markleville, Martins bat and hit his helmet. i ;j3; Mant i e New Yo ,. k 27. Al entered service the follow-i Ind., edged Carl Steinfeldt of Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chica- i»g >' pa >' and teamed with Si- Rochester, N.Y., 50-48 in the long- go, 30; Landis, Chicago, 15. hugo to lead Ford Di.x to the All- est match, which required 148 1^ I second 5J,i style.- in the 100-meters free- Spengier padded its lead with two more tallies in the sixth. Third baseman Art Borchers and Scarborough each had two hits for the winners with Borchers also chipping in with a double. Eisenreich had two hits for Norb's, Hoot Gibson had a double for the losers, who had Car- NEW YORK (APi - The proposed major league baseball expansion plan already has run into a snag and Los Angeles Dodgers owner Walter O'Malley today loomed as the key man if the When Royal Native won the Top Flight Handicap at Belmont Park it marked the 3-year-old filly's fifth straight stakes vic- snarl is to be untangled On the next pitch, Martin's bat went flying toward the mound and first base. Billy said when he came out Dan Topping, co-owner of thej to ge , lhe bat _ Brew(?1 . said _ ., you oie xor uie losers, wno naa car- tory ,of the year under Bill "" ™ roll Glisson on the mound at| Ha i. t ^ ck . our side. New York Yankees, said Friday he would fight (lie expansion move unless an American League club js placed in Los Angeles. "New York is the crux of the National League expansion plan," thundered Topping, "and Los Angeles emphatically must figure in the coast-to-coast realignment on want to fight—I'll really give you something." Martin declared that "to me, that meant punched—so I was gonna get I swung." Then he wondered out loud: "I wonder what would have happened if I had missed?" Brewer said he merely asked 'Martin if he wanted to fight and the start. J jlleved Tom Marquis re-i the righthander in the; 8 j The Olympic swimming 1:0111-< sixth. Glisson was the loser. ,6'a i petition begins in Rome in late While P. N. Hirsch and Norb's 19'/a! August. The women's team de- are now out of the tourney, thejscar'eh Friday Kewiltn 22 I parted today for u week of work-! winners still retain a chance at's"i?uiei' f jouts at Roslyn, N.Y. The men Pittsburgh I/ San Francisco 0 N i will train at Michigan State Uni- Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 0 N Milwaukee 10, Chicago 2 N Los Angeles at Philadelphia, postponed, rain N Saturday Game* Los Angeles at Philadelphia N San Francisco at Pittsburgh Chicago at Milwaukee Cincinnati at St. Louis Biiodaj Garnet versity and the entire squad will leave New York a week from today. Bill Mulliken of Chawpajgn, 111. and Paul Halt of Santa Clara, Calif., were selected during the the 200-meter Brokaw Grace Hoffman their respective class champion- Wilson ships. Edgemont Bible sees, its next action Monday night at 7 against Wayne Co-ops , of Shipman while Spengler Oil goes against Franke's Brake Service competition for breasts troke. Richard Blick of North Central .College, Nanerville, ill., won one Los Angeles at Phil-' phia (2)]^ bix Olympic team berths in the San Francisco at Pittsburgh (aiiajo-meter freestyle competition. Chicago at Milwaukee Cincinnati at St. Louis (2) Monday Umpire Larry Napp saye the „ good liitters never give a base- San Francisco at Cincjiuutti N'ball umpire any trouble. "It's Jthe .220 hltteis." Napp says. i "They want everything." Los Angeles at Milwaukee N Only games of Belleville the same, night at 8:30. Black Randall Brown Clanney Jacob* Wilson Bullard Fight Results By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS Atlantic City, N.J. - Leu Mai- thews, 137, Philadelphia, knocked out Jorge Quinttm 140, Colon, | Boyd Panama, 10. Brisbane — Johnny Tapp, 147, Australia, outpointed Charlie Douglas, 142';j. San Fram sco, 10. on < AB R 3 I :i 2 l Sudlch 4 L' L' risen rich 4 :• •-' Parton I I u Clurk •> D o Sheets ;t o l Hill 400 Harvey n 0 I Gibson 300 McMillan Marquit Gll8»on This puts things pivlt.v much upjhc wasn't expecting the punch. said Cub Manager Lou Boudreau Pitching (based on 10 or more decisions) — Stobbs, Washington, 8-2, .800; Coates, New York, 9-3, .750. Strikeouts — Burning, Detroit, 143; Pascual, Washington, 117. National League Batting (based on 225 or more at bati) — Mays, San Francisco, .346; Larker, Los Angeles, .342. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, Army title, in 1957. A knee in- shoes. Brumfield had 127 ringers jury prevented him from play-land Steinfeld 125. ing service ball in 1958.. Ferrari rejoined the Hawks in time for the 1958-59 season and player in all 72 games compiling a per-game mark of 5.7 on 413 points. Last year he was the best of his professional career. He led the club's guards in field goal 78; Asliburn. Chicago and Bruton | percentage with a mark of .413 and Mathews. Milwaukee. 72. ; and scored 608 points in 71 Runs batted in — Banks, Chica- : games for a 8.6 mark. u o ° Totals, 30 8 8 Total* 26 J « INNING: " Spengler Oil Norb's 0 11 want an American League team y 0 i i in Los Angeles until his new park 3 0 o|i s built in Chavez Ravine. That 300 "'ould be in 1962. He thinks he has spent a lot of money to build up 1 Oltkeraon I u o | riscd ill Topping's statement mid'said il he were president, heigo, !<S; 'Auron. Milwaukee, 82. ' An investment counselor in (J would hu\c no iwnmenl 'would fine Martin $1,000 and keep; Hits — Mays. San Francisco, the oil-season, the 27-yeur-old Bui his feeling* on ilie matter him under suspension until Brew-1132; Groat, Pittsburgh. 131. iguard uas married last Junei •e no secret O'Malley docs not er was able to play i Doubles — Pmson. Cincinnati, to the former Mary Lee House! jt-'S; Banks. Chicago. Majs and j and now makes St. Louis his : Cepeda. San Francisco and Cun- year-round home. ' ningham, St. Louis, 24. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati and White, St. Louis, 8; Bruton, Milwaukee and Mays and Kirkland, 1234967 RHE 300033 0—8 8 1 0010000—1 6 3 dS Bible (6) P. N. Hlmh (4) layer AB R H Player AB R H 3 l l Oilman 3 1 o a following in Los Angeles and sees no reason why another club should ride his coattails. When the new park is built, O'Malley will be perfectly happy Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International to have an Amerie m league, team in Los Angeles, no) only to build; l 0 Crane 200 I 1 Carr 2 0 o 400 Robinson 300 3 1 Q ROEU 'il I 300 G.Brunnon a 2 l'up u rivalry, bill to pay its way; I j 0 Huvelka a o ij uh a u ,, la , a jn mi , m . w IJU ,.|<. £ I 1 KObb J U J r i A l 'l p u J.biuunuH l o o \MuleiiomeniioiiofLo.sAiigeles, - - l g^'i'lh* [ " {J was made followin« the expansion! Granei 'J u Oiaiinounceiiienl earlier ill tin 1 week,, ioui» iivll Tuuu ~7 11'" ' B known thai the American) INNfNG: IU34507 RH E'Leugui- lms,been eager to get a, Edgemonl 0 0 0 0 8 0 0— it 43,",. P N. Hirsih .100100 0—4 5 4',tu;illl tlieie. [ Jersey City 11-4, Rochester 5-3 Buffalo 8-3, Miami 7-8 Toronto 8, Richmond 0 Montreal 2, Columbus 1 I'uclfk Count lantttUB Tai-omu t>. Spokane 2 Portland 11, Sail Lake G Vancouver 7, San Diego 3 Sacramento 9. Seattle 3 Amurlrtui AMII Houston 4, Louisville 1 Indianapolis 7. Denver t> Dallas-Fort Worth 4, Minneup- liK 1 San Francisco, 7. Home runs — Banks, Chicago and Aaron, Milwaukee, 30; Buyer St. Louis, 23, Stolen bases — Pinson. Cincin nuti, 24; Mays. San Francisco, 21 • Pitching (bused on 10 or more decision*) — Farrell. Philadel-; pliiu. 9-2. .818; Rot-buck. Los An- '. geles. 8-2. .800. ! Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los> An-! grli-b, 170; Friend, Pittsburgh, i the Opening of BOOTE'S BARBER SHOP Monday Auaiut I Milton load Uulou dihop Lofuttxl be- (U'lHtU HOW MUtou Road and C. Shoe Beu«ir The standings, with games won and lost, include: John Lindmeier, Broadview, HI., 4-3; Frank Palka, Chicago, W; Truman Standard, Canton, HI., 2-5; Ray Martin. Philo, 111., 2-5, and Art Dugle, Chicago, 1-6. Little Leagues KILKNBtRGKB Dodgers 11, Redbirds 8. Braves 13. Hawks 9. CLEARANCE SALE ON ALL FISHIN0 LURES 25% •» MURLE'S BAIT SHOP N. HO T m. MMI

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