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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1980 White Sox Shellack Yankees, 9-1 Pierce Handcuffs Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tt was increasingly evident today that the Chicago White Sox have no intention of rolling over and playing dead whenever things gel tough in the American League rac?. There was a tone when, with Die White Sox making threatening gestures in a pennant race, the New York Yankees would come to Chicago, lead with their ace, wind up taking an important series. Then they'd leave town brushing their hands with a "that's that" gesture. Eddie Lopat used to put the Chicago upstarts in their place. Then Whitey Ford took over as the killer. Ford started this year with a 25-13 record against the Chicagoans. He has started four times against them this year. The Sox have beaten him four times, including the 9-1 shellacking they gave the Yankees Monday night. The victory before a whooping crowd of 48,323 cut the Yankee lead to half a game, and evened the season's series between the two clubs at 8-8. Billy Pierce had the New Yorkers eating out of his sinewy left hand as he turned in his llth victory against 7 defeats. He helc them to four hits, walked one anc struck out four. Gil McDougald doubled in the third, and went to third base and then home on in field outs for the Yankees'" only 'WINNER 9 MACK AY MEXICO CIT1? — Young tennis star Barry MacKay, from Dayton, Ohio, an opening day disappointment at Davis Cup elimination here, came strongly Monday to defeat Mexican ace Mario Llamas at second singles match. The U.S. team iron series, 3-2. (AP Wirephoto) Wes Covinsrton's Clutch U ' S - Clinches " ri iwn Homer Nips LA Dodgers Pirates Never Panic, Says General Boss PITTSBURGH (AP) — "They never give up. They never quit. They never press the panic button." General Manager Joe L. Brown of the Pittsburgh Pirates cited these factors today as the main fuel In Pittsburgh's drive for its League pennant are leading the run. The Washington Senators took a slugfest from the Kansas City Athletics, 10-7, in the only other American League game. Earl Battey drove in four runs and Harmon Killebrew got a two- run homer, his 14th, in the Sen ator attack. Killebrew also had a brace of singles, but the really hot batter of the evening was the Athletics' Dick Williams, who went five-for-five including a pair of doubles. Norm Siebern had three singles and a triple in five trips. Meredith, Izo, Hall All-Star Carry Hopes CHICAGO (AP) — Don Meredith, George Izo or Pete Hall. Take your pick. On the arms of these three passers rest the College All-Stars' hopes of upsetting the Baltimore Colts Friday night in the midsum- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It wouldn't be surprising if the Los Angeles Dodgers held a' high level conference today on a touchy subject: What to do about Wes Covington. On July 31 the Milwaukee Brave outfielder with the gimpy knee came off the bench in the eighth inning to hit a home run League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 250 or more at bats) — Smith, Chicago, .321; Minoso, Chicago, .316. Runs — Mantle, New York, 88; Maris, New York, 78. Runs batted in — Maris, New York, 91; Skowron, New York, 76. Hits — Minoso, Chicago, 130; Smith, Chicago, 129. Doubles — Skowron, New York, 25; Runnels, Boston and Siebern, Kansas City, 23. Triples — Fox, Chicago, 9; Brandt and Robinson, Baltimore, Freese and Aparicio, Chicago, Siebern, Kansas City and Becquer, Washington, 6. Home runs — Maris, New York, 35; Mantle, New York, 27. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chicago. 31; Landis, Chicago, 16. Pitching (based on 10 or more decisions) — Coates, New York, 9-3, .750; Perry, Cleveland, 13-5, mer football classic in Soldijer Field. .722. Meredith, Izo and Hall were! Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, three of the finest collegiate passers in the nation last fall. Whether they can connect against the Colts remains to be seen. Meredith did his pitching for Southern Methodist and in some quarters is considered the finest passer to emerge from the collegiate ranks in years. Don got his initial experience of playing professional ball last week in a scrimmage against the Chicago Bears. The All-Stars lost 30-14 but Meredith accounted for the losers' two scores with touchdown passes. Izo is a native of Barberton, off Don Drysdale, the towering Dodger speedball artist. It didn't \\in the ball game, but it wasn't Covington's fault. Monday night at Milwaukee, with two out in the eighth inning and two Braves on base, and Drysdale again pitching for the Dodgers, Covington hoisted himself from the bench and picked up a bat. Possibly recalling his last exploit as a pinch hitter against Drysdale. Manager Walter Alston called in Ed Roebuck to pitch to the big fellow. Covington promptly hit a three- run homer, enough to give Braves a 7-6 victory and cut the lead of the idle Pittsburgh Pirates" to five games. Cincinnati's Reds pulled out a 4-3 ninth-inning victory over the San Francisco Giants in the only other National League game. The Dodgers had built up a 6-1 lead on Carl Willey, the starting Braves' pitcher, before Milwaukee started nibbling away at it. A home run was the decisive blow in the Cincinnati-San Francisco game also, with Ed Bailey providing the fireworks. With the score tied in the bottom of the ninth, Bailey, first man up, hit into the stands to give Cincinnati the victory over the Maysless Gi Cup When MacKayWins MEXICO CtTY (AP) - United State* Davis Cup captain David Freed breathed a sigh of relief today and looked ahead to the American zone final against Venezuela in Cleveland Sept. 16-17-18. Freed's \charges whipped Mexico, 3-2, in the semifinals which finished up on a discordant note Monday. After Barry MacKay clinched the decision with a 6-2, 5-4, 2-6, 12-10 victory over Mario Llamas, Chuuk McKinley of St. Louis and Esteban Reyes, Jr., took the court for the final — though meaningless — singles. With McKinley ahead, 2-1, in the first set after breaking Reyes service in the third game, rain began to fall. Mexican officials called the match and announced it would be continued today. But Freed demurred. He said the team members had plane reservations home and that it would be impossible to play today. He ordered McKinley to default. So it wound up a hair-thin margin for the U.S. team, the closest, in fact, ever against Mexico. "We were lucky to squeeze through," commented Freed, in his first year as non-playing captain. "Mexico has a very good team. I don't think we'll have as much trouble against Venezuela." first National since 1927. The Bucs league, five games ahead of the Milwaukee Braves. "The Pirates are the most aggressive bunch of fellows I have ever seen." said Brown. "It's been a team effort all the way. No superstars, just team balance and a lot of hustle." Brown said a pennant winner doesn't need to have the strongest man in the league at each position. "I'd rather have a team with 10 glaring weakness than a team full of superstars," Brown went on. "Right now th; club doesn't have any noticeable holes. You just put all the players together and you have a winner." he addd: "Every time one of our boys falls into some sort of slump, there's always someone else there to take up the slack. Guys like Dick Groat and Bob Clemente have been leading the club in hitting all year. But when they don't come through Bill Virdon, Gino Cimoli or somebody else are there to help. "Lots of times the individual statistics don't show the value of a player to his club. In Pittsburgh, everyone's helping." The Pirate official asserted there isn't a player on the squad who doesn't throw some sort of scare into the opponents. "Right now Bill Mazeroski and Dick Stuart have pretty low batting averages. But let's face it, they both scare p.':chers. Stuart can blast a home run at time. And Maz can hit in the clutch. "A few losses don't get the team down. They've got a lot of hustle. With that attitude, we've a dam good chance of taking the flag. ants. Willie was laid up with a bad cold. SPORTS ON THE AIR Tuesday, August • 7:4&-(ll) Cardinal Baseball: Cards vs Philadelphia Phil- Uoes. (Also on KMOX Radio). 10:00— (2) Top Pro-Football '59: San Francisco *49ers vs Chicago Bears. —Compiled by TV Digest. Release Pairings For ASA Tourney Pairings have been released for the Men's Amateur Softball Association Slate Tournament at Monticello beginning Aug. 17 and lasting through Aug. 22. A total of 16 teams throughout the state will be entered The defending champion Decatur Merchants automatically qualify for the tourney as does Monticello General Cable, the host team. The tourney starts Wednesday night. Aug. 17 with Monticello meeting the Danville tourney runnerup at 7:30. Following that game the runnerup team in the current Wood River tourney will battle Decatur at 9 p.m. Thursday night two more games are scheduled, bringing together the Shelbyvllle tourney champ against the Bloomington champion. Following that game the Villa Grove titlist faces the Danville winner. Friday night, Aug. 19. three games are on tap. First game at 7 p.m. finds the Villa Grove runnerup meeting the Springfield toUrney runnerup. At 8:30 the Wood River champion goes against the Springfield runner- up and at 9:45 the Peoria run- nerup meets the Quincy winner. Saturday night, Aug. 20, completes the first round of play when the Columbia winner meets the Peorta winner at 6:30. Two more games are slated that night, both in the second round. The Monticellc-Danville winner meets the Wood River - Springfield winner at 8 p.m. and at 9:30 the Decatur-Wood River winner goes against the Peoria- Quincy victor at 9:30. Sunday at 1:15 p.m. a second round game shows the Villa Grove-Danville winner meeting the Columbia-Peoria conqueror and at 3 the Villa Grove-Springfield winner plays the Shelby- vlUe-Bloomington winner Sunday night's semi - final round shows games at 7:30 and 9. The championship game scheduled for Monday night at 8:15. The tournament is single elimination. The Illinois state champ which emerges from the Monti cello meet advances to the West Central Regional Tournament at Peru, Ind. Teams in the upper bracket at Monticello are Monticello. Danville runnerup, Wood River champion, up, Villa Springfield Springfield runner. Grove runnerup, champ, Shelbyville SPORT ALK DON PL \nSKI Attlttirif tMrts CCittr J«ry Messlck, former Wood High School eager, will not attend Houston University this fall. Messick, now 6-9 and 210 pounds, has decided to transfer elsewhere, Messlck has Indicated an Interest in St. Louis U. He contacted the St. Louis school recently and is awaiting word from the Billtkens. If he is not ahle to enter St. Louis U. several other schools have shown interest in the for- who averaged 19 game last season Houston freshman winner and Bloomington winner. Those in the lower brack' et are Decatur Merchants, Wood River runnerup, Peoria runnerup, Quincy winner, Villa Grove winner. Danville winner, Columbia winner and Peoria winner. • Pill Charges Upset Officials ROSLYN, N.Y. (APi—Officials of the U. S. women's Olympic swimming team still were upset today over charges that the squad members used pep pills. Everyone involved denied the accusation by Weikko Ruuska, whose two daughters competed in the trials. Ruuska made his charge in an interview with Bob mer Oiler points per with the team. Early In the season with the Houston pagers he averaged 25 points per game. Among the schools that have indicated a willingness to accept him are Iowa. Missouri State Teachers College at Kirksvllle and Northwest Missouri State College at Maryvllle. Measlck wait voted player- of-the-year for the 1658-59 season In the Alton-Wood River area. If Meanlrk Is accepted at St. Louis h« will not be eligible to play thin season during MB sophomore year. Under Missouri j Valley rules he mnst lay out a season tn nerom* > eligible. t * » I Ed Jarquin of the public relations department at Olin Mathleson Chemical Corp. cajlrd in over thp weekend to inform a chance to attend the Go-Kftrt races at the track an the Fosterburg Road or the drag races at the strips MM the Qo-Ktrt track, ff that doesn't satisfy a person on Saturday right the stock can whiz around the Alton Speedway track, located on the highway between Godfrey and Brighton. ttnmofft have H the Go- Ran tnck was considered one of the five bent tracks In the country IMI year. Oo-Kart racing ha* proven very popular with fain. Not to be outdone is the Alton Dragway where this year a new world's record for dragging was set. Take your pick — gokarts dragsters or stock cars. » » * Wouldn't an idea) World Series be one between the Chicago White Sox and the Pittsburgh Pirates? Neither team is noted for its power. These two teams can single anothc-r team to death. They are notorious late Inning and extra Inning clutvb teams. Pittsburgh has pulled so many out of the flre that It's a dull game when It ROM in the late innings with more than a on« run lend. Ruth learns can run and each lias a good pitching staff. If these two teams -vvcro to meet this writer would lean your writer of an error in H'i wv;m ] thp Sox a* pvrnHml win- column last week. IIO) . S Sportalk said Judy Easterbrook of Peoria was a sister of Johnny Easterbrook, the 5-7 quarterback with the University of Illinois football team. Miss: Easterbrook is related, hut only Williams, Indianapolis Star sports | a cousin, not sister., writer. "Anyone who says our girls use pep pills is making false statements," said Coach George Haines Monday. "It looks like jealousy and sour grapes." One of Ruuska's daughters, Sylvia, 18. made the team as a The Alton area is becoming one of the finest meecas for race drivers in the During the weekend a country, fan ha»- East Alton \1iiny League MIDGET DIVISION Hawks 12. Reds 1? JUNIOR DIVISION Green Marks 8. Rebels 3 TEENAGE DIVISION Fleming Kilgo 7, Chiefs 2 Trojans 8, Falcons 7. Ohio. He did his passing at Notre Dame and has the professional touch. Izo can throw long, short, hard or soft — depending on the situation, "tall, from Wheatland, Pa., is 154; Pascual. Washington, 118. National League Batting (based on 250 or more at bats'! —Larker, Los Angeles, .344: Mays, San Francisco, .341. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, 80: Ashburn, Chicago and Mathews and Aaron, Milwaukee, 73. Runs batted in — Banks, Chicago, 88; Aaron, Milwaukee, 83. Hits — Groat, Pittsburgh, 137; Mays, San Francisco, 134. Doubles — Pinson, Cincinnati, 30; Cepeda, San Francisco, 25. Triples — Pinson, Cincinnati and White, St. Louis, 8; Bruton, Milwaukee and Mays and Kirkland, San Francisco, 7. Home runs — Banks, Chicago and Aaron, Milwaukee, 30; Mathews, Milwaukee and Boyer, St. Louis, 23. one of the finest passers to cornel Stolen bases — Pinson, Cincin- out of Marquette. At 21 he is one year younger than teo and Meredith and will play his professional football with the New York Giants. Coach Otto Graham has not as yet committed himself which of these three quarterbacks will start against the Colts. Two More Teams Bite Dust in ASA By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League New York Chicago Baltimore Cleveland Washington Detroit Boston Kansas City W. 59 61 60 51 50 46 44 39 Pet. O.B. .584 — .575 Va .566 Hi .510 IVz .485 .455 .431 .386 10 13 15 Vi 20 nati and Wills, Los Angeles, 25; Mays, San Francisco, 21. ' Pitching (based on 10 or morej decisions) — Law, Pittsburgh, 155, .750: Farrell, Philadelphia, 9-3,) .750. ' ! BOWL HAVEN League Name Missing B. Netzhammer 203-200-244 (843). W. Smith 209-211-209 (824), L. Steiger 220-232 (802), R. Scroggins 210. B. Johnson 202, O. Berry 234. A. Smith 204-202, B. Laughlin L'09, F. Lamb 215, S. Steckel 205-233, C. Stalker 208-206, H. Oldham 214, E. Gillis 208. Bast 205. Monday Mixed M. Beukman 167493, M. Kogel 164, W. Brown 212, F. Clark 176-1(59. M. Moore 161, B. Shaw 204. Mandoroa 194, Churchill 200, R. Outline 223. WOOD RIVER — Two more teams were eliminated from the Amateur Softball Association Sectional Tournament here Monday as Wayne Co-ops of Shipman defeated Edgemont Bible of East St. Louis, 9-2, in a class B game and Spengler Oil of Granite City whipped Franke's Brake Service of Belleville, 6-2, in the class A game. TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE 7:00 Sager's (Alton) vs. ACMS (Alton) (Class B game, loser out) 8:30 — Jackson's (Alton) vs. Chuck Dieting Ford (Alton) (Claw A game, loser out) Huemann was the hitting star of the game. He had two triples and a double in three tunes at bat. Wayne Co-ops and Spengler Oil play again Thursday night. Co-ops faces the winner of tonight's class B game while i Spengler Oil meets the winner of 1 tonight's class A game. Co-Ops <•) Player AB R H Monday Results Chicago 9, New York 1 (N) Washington 10, Kansas City 7 (N Only games Tuesday Games New York at Chicago (N) Washington at Kansas City (2) IN) Baltimore at Detroit iNi Boston at Cleveland (Ni Wednesday Games New York at Chicago member of the 400-meter freestyle squad, while the other Patricia, 14, failed to make it. "Absolutely not— -a falsehood," said team manager Betty Baldwin, j Ruuska charged three of the top j West Coast teams—Santa Clara, | Multnomah of Portland, Ore.,i and the Los Angeles A.C. — used' the pills. ! "Ridiculous and silly' 1 said I Coach Walter Schlueter of the) Multnomah team. "We gave our kids the same old vitamin B tablets they have been taking allj season." Coach Pete bland of the Los Angeles A.C. also denied the charge while Gus Stager, coach of the men's team, suggested Ruuska might have mistaken honey syrup and vitamin C for the pills. Pitching Will Decide-Hemus PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Manager Solly Hemus, whose third- place St. Louis Cardinals are in Washington at Kansas City (N» the thick of the National League Baltimore at Detroit pennant race, says the outcome Boston at Cleveland (N) will be "decided on pitching and 'the breaks." National League i "We've been getting both," add- W. L. Pot. O.B. j ed Hemus, whose Cardinals open R. Price Heyen Oavis Par'tier West Wells Musgrave Hlatka P. Price Player Dartt Ballard Black Randall Brown Clanney Shock Jacobs 5 3 1 4 0 3 I 4 2 2 2 3 1 41 302 Wilson Boyd Williams AB R H I 0 0 300 3 o il, 3 o o Los Angeles ~ } ij San Francisco Milwaukee St. Louis 3 200 Cincinnati Philadelphia o oj Chicago 0 0 57 58 55 51 46 42 39 40 44 46 46 51 59 62 63 .612 .564 .558 .545 .500 .438 .404 .382 18 23* j THREE—I LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fox Cities 15, Burlington 2 lireen Bay 6, Cedar Rapids 5 Totals 31 INNING: ; i Co - Ops • Somo robust hitting by Co-ops. Edsemcmt imade it .easy for pitcher Patj Franke's (2) Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los An-! Lincoln G, Des Moines 4 (10 in geles. 175; Williams, Los Angeles and Friend, Pittsburgh, 137. Topeka X SJQUX City 2 Hawks' Torrid Three Sign Contract for Next Season St. Louis i Special i - The ,2,707 in 72 games for highest sooi-ing front-line in pro-{mark; Arizin, 1,606 in 72 basketball history — Bob Pettit,;for a 22.3 record and I Price, who gave up four hits in !winning. Ron Price, Bill Parm.en- 'tier and Dick Wells all hit home ji-uns while Price and Jim Hlafka had a double and triple, respectively. Co-ops scored five times in the fifth to sew up the game. Frank CJanney had two of Edgemont's four hits. Spengler scored heavily in the second and third innings to insure its win. Triples by Don Crabtree and Paul Schuler in the .70 insurance business in his homei thu>d were th(> bi S blows - •*t» town of Baton Rouge, La. and : Ray Hoffman hur led for Speng- Player AB R H 811 Totals 25 2 4 1234567 RHE 1 10250 0—9 11 0 000200 0—2 4 4 Spengler Oil <«) I Player AB R HI Went'heide 4 0 1 Dlllard H.Skaer 4 0 1 Crabtree Toucthette 400 Borchers Mlllard Rlckard Meyer a i Burg 3 0 R.Rou'eau 2 P.Rou'eau 2 M.Skter 1 0 Huemann 3 1 000 Angeloff :i 0 0 Scar'ugh 0 Schuler 1 Wilson 0 0 Brokaw 0 0 Grace 0 Hoffman Totals 29 INNING: Franke'e Spengler Oil 2 6 Totals 37 6 8 1234 S 6 7 RHE 000011 0—2 6 1 023100 X—6 8 3 a three-game series with Philadelphia beginning tonight with a twi-night doubleheader. "I feel as though we have as much chance as anybody," the Cardinals' manager declared. "Nobody is going to run away I with this race. We hope to stay Monday Results ij n jt r j g ht to the end." Milwaukee 7. Los Angeles 6 (N); The Cardinals are 5V« games Cincinnati 4, San Francisco 3-behind first-place Pittsburgh but N> i only a half game behind Milwau- Only games \kee. Tuewlay Games j Hemus said he had figured that St. Louis at Philadelphia (2) twi-, Larry Jackson, Ernie Broglio, *& M JLindy McDaniel and Bob Miller Chicago at Pittsburgh (N) jsvould keep the Cardinals around San Francisco at Cincinnati (N) 1.500 with their pitching. Los Angeles at Milwaukee (N)| Wednesday Games { Fight RemilU St. Louis at Philadelphia (N) Chicago at Pittsburgh (N) By THE ASSOCIATED PBESS Boise, Idaho. — George Logan San Francisco at Cincinnati (N)|204, Boise, outpointed Willi Bes- Los Angeles at Milwaukee (manoff, 206, Milwaukee (10). S, ids- runs a summer camp in the oil Cliff Hagan and Clyde Lovellette, ! berry, 705 in 71 for a 9.9 au-rage. , season. Hagan is co-director of today signed their contracts witlij Kebounding-wise. the Hawks'! the Hawks' summer clinical pro- the Si. Louis, Hawks for UK- I960- 1 torrid trip finished second to'gram, does public relations work 61 season, owner Ben Kernel- 1 the Warriors threesome who set | for Adams Dairy, is athletic di- announced. itlie three-man mark of 3,009 re- j rector of the new Florissant Last reason, the soporuic-scor-jtrieves but Chamberlain alone | Countr.v Club and has a sum- ing trio combined for an over- ' accounted for 1,941 grabs while mer basketball camp. Lovellette all point production of 5,157 : Arizin secured 621 and Saulds-hias u weekly radio show over points, the highest number of 'berry only 447. KMOX-Radio and also works markers ever tallied by three Peiiil grabbed otf J.221 re- with Cliff in the club's clinic front court men, on one club, in bounds, Hagan 803 and Lovellette | pi oyani. league history. 7.0 loi a runner-up mark of 2,- : •,-,„. Ftttit had \m points in 72743. Both Uie Philadelphia and 011 game* tor a 26.1 mark; HaganVSi. Louis rebound efforts ware'™ > total was 1.850 in 75 contests foil tops ki NBA history. ler while Joe Huemann did the pitching for the Belleville team. 1 , , t ' leaves i Maurice Srtb MtUwUiy a 24.8 average, and the lofty LoveJJette chipped in with 1,416 tallies in 68 games, a 204 percentile Philadelphia & up-tront trio o/ Wflt Chamberlain, Paul Arizin Ispent four years with Miiineapol- and Woody Sauldslwri-y scored an 'is and one season with Cmcin- aggregate of 5,018 points lust nati More coming here in W58. yew with U* Big Dipper scoring l j eiut it, m Uu real t*latc and The 6-9 220-pound Pettit will be starting his seventh season with the Hawks: Hagan, his fifth, and LuvflMlr his third. Bij{ Clyde. dubbed Boomer by hit, mates, 2 Ytw tuormtt* MUFFLERS BILL ROLLER Otli ff Midge AUon BUICK • 25 fa Cham* From • Low Rate Financing • High Trade* • Service After Hie King Edward Cigarilloi WIITI: JsKksenvttle, No*i4i F* 1 NSf Heiden WHY YOU SHOULD BOWL AT THE ACME No increase in any prices, open play or league bowling. We are charging the tame today ai we did in l"5o t In tur liafun taoh turn shim in tni prlit mmy Take our Thursday 9:00 P.M. League, you pay • total of $1.56 which covers everything including ABC Sanction. The League Champions can win over $100.00 in prise money, plus a IQ" Trophy for their Sponsor end e smaller one for each member of the winning '•am. The 12th place teem wins over $65,00. Starting date September I st. On Tuesday night you pey only $1.31. The Top Teem wins over $70.00 plus trophies. The last place teem wins over $26.00. You bowl et 8:46 every Tuesday. League starts Sap- tember 6th. 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