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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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r'AGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10,1960 Sager's, Jackson's Retain Hopes Doctor Hopes to Attain Speed of 500 in Racer ACMS, Diering Lose Out WOOD R1VKR — Latr innmE | rallies by Sager's and Jar-town's brnutrhhii-tnries for them here' Tui'sdtn night al .layer 11 Field e- the Amateur Softball Association Sectional Tournament entered its> final four days of action Sager's rallied for threr runs in the seventh inning to nip ACMS of Alton, 5-4. in the class B game, while Jackson > counted four runs in the sixth to edge Chuck Dierint. .'>•-!.•.in the class A contest. V * • TOMOHT'.S .HI HfclHLK 7:00— Mldtown (Alton) v*. First Presbyterian (Ka«t SI. Louis) (Cl«s« B game) H: 30—Alton Chiefs \s. Mil lie's and Mickey's (liranltr Cit>) (Class A trnnir) ACMS rallied (or four runs in tbe bottom of the sixth to take "\ 4-2 lead over Sager's soing into the seventh. ACMS did its damage with two outs Four straight singles by right fielder Mike Klbonak. left fielder Bob Burc.li. catcher Sonny Gwillim and center- fielder Vernon Schaffer. plus an error, accounted for the four runs and apparent victors- for ACMS. In the seventh, however, catcher Jerry Scoggins and pitcher Butch Rister put triples back-to- back to lead otf the inning for Sager's. After the next two bat ters were retired, right ; fielder Jack Rhoades singled to score Rister with the tying run, took second on an error and scored the winning run on centerfielder Gary Whyte's single. Swap Kallies Diering Ford and Jackson's took turns swapping four-run rallies in their game. After Jackson's scored once in the bottom of the first inning to take a 1-0 lead into the sixth frame, Diering came alive. Pitcher Bob Johnson of Jackson's loaded the bases when he sandwiched a fielder's choice between walks to first baseman Guido Tovo and catcher Morris Wigger. Right fielder Ernie Mormino then doubled home three runs and scored later on an infield out. In the bottom of the sixth catcher Lido Metz started Jackson's winning rally with a single. Third baseman Hattie Ufert walked. After centerfielder Grady Watkins flied out, right fielder Cecil Turner singled to score Metz. First baseman Stan Fincher walked to load the bases. Walt Steffen batted for Johnson and singled to score Ufert and Turner. Fincher scored the winning run when left fielder Ken Zumwalt reached base on an error. Tony Tovo started for Diering. He was the losing pitcher. Marty Haynes relieved in the four-run sixth inning, but too late to put out the five. Jackson's collected nine hits off Tovo and Haynes. Shortstop Glenn Wintjen and Zumwalt each had two hits for Jackson's. No Diering player got more, than one hit. Third baseman Bob Boyd had a double and Wigger clubbed a triple. Wigger's triple led off the second inning, but he failed to score. Two Teams I/eave Mizell Geill Keeps Chamberlain Signs to Play For Warriors I BONNEVHJLE i Utah (AP> - SALT FLATS, j bolt in the "Flying Caducwtt," Thp somewhat paunchy physician said quietly: R.930 horsepower, red and black, missile-nosed racer. But he wasn't in an operating Pirates Rolling ~ I'm not thinking about fear...but j ___ I know there is a certain element | room He was under a canopy on of chance " the blistering Salt Flata of wwt- You might think Dr. iOstiih. a 50-year-old Ixw Nathan ern Utah where he hope* Tbars- Angeles day to drive a radng car farter Bv I HI. ASSOCIAlin PRT.SS American League New York Chicago Baltimore Cleveland Washington Detroit Boston Kansas City Tuesday Result* Washington M, Kansas Cil.v W. lilt lit lil Hi 41 4(1 Iri Hi 19 .vl 59 153 Pi-l. .588 .570 .570 .515 .486 .451 .427 m 1' = Hi ioii 14 16", 20 1 i I B.v WHITMKY MARTIN The easi of characters in the Awisnelated Pro** Sporti Writer lunnemp spot switched, though. Bjick in 19T)2 the sports writers,.Milwaukee, which had been inj'Thf Stilt» Chamberlain, who last covering the major league spring Ureond place, lost tn thr- Los An- j March said he was through with camps voted a tall, niw-nonod j lull's Dnilgprs .".-2 whilo the erst- j pro fp SS jonal basketball today youngster named \Vilnier Atoll whilr third-place Cardinal* wrrej^ d R npu . , h w l>ontrad thr most likely tn sueeeprl. ! taking a ilotibteheadei from thp Me started this season with an ' iReneral practitioner, was prepar- I ing fnr a mn.jor operation. i Iti a way, hr was. PHILADELPHIA (AP» - Wilt! The physician's fingers care- (ullv removed a screw from a Pep Pill Cm? indifferent lifetime record of 68 victories against 67 defeats. ing a ioueeaer rom e, \ hillies :,-4 and li-0 to leap frog w j th ' llr Philadelphia Warriors of into second. San Frnncisco was rained out at Cincinnati. The Cardinals thought so little i A <*ouplr of veterans largely him after he had won one game!*'"" responsible for the Cardinals' janrl lost three that last May 1's'twin swapped him to Ihr- for a couple of triumphs. Stan Musi al the National Basketball Associa-j lion. Warriors owner Eddie- Gottlieb, lO while refusing to disclose terms of the pact, said 1 NEW YORK (AP) - The case of the suspected pep pill* was closed today by the U.S. Olympic Committee, paid! An analysis of a pill found tn the than any man on earth—about 900 miles an hour. The doctor spent two days on the Hats checking W» car before he made a couple of test rttttt at about 140 m.p.h. Tuesday. ' ! The jet-engine racer'* detign is I radical. The nose is patterned {after a missile cone. PIC body is i round and the four-foot high 'wheels and tires uncovered to eliminate wind resistance, "The wheel*, each carved out of a 750-pound block of aluminum, will act like gyros," said the physician. "Wr> hope they win keep UK, AM) LITTLE CHICAGO—Big Maury Youmans, Syracuse tackle, is pictured > with Miss All-Star Football Game, Karol Porter, at luncheon Tuesday. She is a University of Illinois senior. All-Star luncheon is prelude to .game Friday night with Baltimore Colts, pro champions. (AP Wirephoto) Unknown All-Star Could Supply Offensive Punch InitiRs. rain i N Baltimore :',. Detroit 0 N Cleveland 15. Boslon 3 N \Vi-4lncsiln.v <iame* Baltimore nt Detroit New York al Chicago Boston at Cleveland Washington at Kansas City N Thursday (tame* Boston a I Cleveland Baltimore at Detroit Washington at Kansas City Only ga tnr-s n,n with a .„ ...ill,.,, f i.. "' "• Since joining the pennant-, hungry Pirates Vim-gar Bend has ",e second gatnr WHS all 'the women's locker room during Chamberlain, the 7-foot-l Negro | the Olympic trials at Detroit last who shattered almost every NBA | week \\fi« found to be a vitamin record on the nooks as H roolde'pill. last season, reportedly earned 1 "It WH« an ordinary pill used! the car straight. At that high s-wd you can't turn the oar if it goes into a skid. That's why we have the parachutes. "If something goes wrong at 500 ,, , .. .. , .. H».-M .'viii"..n, iif-.>iii\n ( i • tn u\ ii ii »tri^ nil i n • ill itll V I MI I 'l.-iTt*' , m * t • won eight games and lost rwo. ifci.Simmons, who turned m Ins fourth, S|;()|MH) fmm ,„„ w . irrjo ,. R ,„ 1K9> |, 0 makr ., dp , iripncv jn iPnn .|nill«. an hour and I have to pop has won flv.e in a row, completed ' : : "' " " ' "" "" — Chi- victory aqainst two defeats. and his third his former team- Cliamberlain announced he was and could b" 1 bought in any drug ji'uittilig pro basketball following the Warriors' elimination by the credited 'Boston Celtics in the semifinal four straight, and until UK cagn Cubs pushed a run across | males, against him in the fifth inning! l.indv McDaniel. w Tuesday night he had pitched I with his ninth victorj ,'!0 1-3 scoreless innings. sions in the first w*m He won the game. 7-1. allow ing i Johnny Pod res. on the mound {roughed up and that if he played-mad store without a said .lini Simnis. nrer of (hi AAU in 12 deci-i p | avo f 1s ,, r ,) 1( , \HA He said atj Us! Sunday Wi-ikko Rnuska,, . : (M; ,i tm ,,- |,,, was tired of Ix'ing'one of whose flaughters. DylvTa. iPo»" fls) " the team, charged that the' the chutrs I'll get 1V4 Gs of deceleration (9.000 pounds, pressure on i his 5-9'e. 193 lb body). Then when jlhe second chute gobs, I'll gets la no (her G (5,000 to 6,000 only five hits, and the tines re- i 'or Los Angelas, had CVTVthing tained their five-game lead in t|ie National Lpaeue race. under control for eight innings He had faini"d 10. walked onl\ two. another season things might hap->women were taking pep pills. The pen that • for. everybody would be j charge brought denials from, : coaches and officials. Little Leagues RILENBBROEB HHIning 7. Falcons 4 6 7 12 CHICAGO (API — If the All- scored 43 touchdowns in his Stars have a surprise to tantalize .sity career at Central Michigan, the seasoned Baltimore Colts Fri-IAnd. as a member of the track day night, it may be in the person 1 team, the 180-pounder tied thei of Walter Beach. school record for 100 yards in! Beach probably is the best::09.7. Shoot him some flat passes! break-away runner Head Coach' and he may pull a Mitchell. Otto Graham has — and speed is essential if the graduated collegians hope to score. Graham likes to hark back to Beach is only one of four fast| halfbacks who also rank as fine pass receivers. The others are Ed Kovac of Cincinnati, Dick Bass of the 1958 game, his first as All- College of Pacific and Prentice Star coach. His team ran up thelGautt of Oklahoma, biggest score in the mid-summer j Captain for Die All-Stars on of- football series by trimming the fense will be Mike McGee, 230- Detroit Lions 35-19. Fleet Bob | pound guard from Duke. Captain Mitchell of Illinois took two flat'on defense will be Jim Houston, passes from Michigan State's Jim 1220-pound end from Ohio State. Ninowski for touchdo\vn runs of 84 j The starting quarterback is un- and 18 yards to insure the All- certain. Graham can select from National League W. L, Pet. O.B. Pittsburgh 64 40 .615 — St. Louis fin 46 .560 5 Milwaukee 57 45 .559 Los Angeles- 5ti 4fi .349 San Francisco 51 51 .500 Cincinnati 46 59 .438 Philadelphia 4'.' 64 .396 'Chicago o9 64 .379 Tuesday Kesufts , St. Louis 5-b, Philadelphia 4-0j I twi-night ! Pittsburgh 7, Chicago 1 N Los Angeles 3, Milwaukee 2 N San Francisco at Cincinnati, postponed, rain N Wednesday Games Los Angeles at Milwaukee St. Louis at Philadelphia N Chicago at Pittsburgh N San Francisco at Cincinnati N Thursday Games St. Louis at Pittsburgh N San Francisco at Milwaukee N Los Angeles at Cincinnati N Only games Star victory. "We just don't have a Mitchell this time." Graham keeps repeating. But the 25-year-old Beach may be close to the answer. Beach, who will play pro football for the Toronto Argonauts, gained 2,968 yards rushing and j George Izo of Notre Dame, Pete Hall of Marquette and Don Meredith of Southern Methodist — all exceptional passers. The game in Soldier Field will be televised and broadcast via ABC beginning at 9 p.m. EST. The Colts are rated an 18-point favorite. Don Larsen Gets Long-Awaited Win By WHITMSV MAKTI.N Associated Press Sports Writer Remember Don Larsen? He's the fellow who pitched the only perfect World Series game in history. Did it for the New York Yankees on a bright October afternoon in 1956. Beat the Brooklyn The -Senators had taken the first game 3-1 in 12 innings, as the league-leading Yankees were stopping the White Sox 7-4, the Baltimore Orioles were blanking Detroit 3-0 and Cleveland was downing Boston 6-3. Colts Will Win Despite Score \ WESTMINSTER, Sid. (AP> — j Coach Weeb Ewbank of the BaJ-i timore Colts believes his team! will gain whether it wins or loses! to the College All-Stars Friday j night. The coach of thr world champion Colts said Tuesday, "We have prestige to gain and the loss of face if we lose. But if we lose, not all is lost. "It might' be the salvation of our club," Ewbank said, "the kind of tonic it would need to realize that football games are won on the field — not %vith reputations — for after all our goal is a third championship." "But I think our squad has been through that up and down period enough to avoid the down feeling. Let's hope so, anyway," Ewbank said. D.iering from the tournament. Sager's plays again Thursday night against Wayne Co-ops of Shipman while Jackson's goes against Spengler Oil of Granite City the same night at 8:30. The tournament ends Saturday night with the championship games in each class unless the team(s> playing in the title game with one loss upsets the undefeated team to force another game under the double elimination rule. Games tonight bring together the only undefeated teams let! in the original field of Hi learnt.. Midtown swept aside Litchfield Customs and Wayne Co-op.s while First Presbyterian dumped P. N. Hirach and ACMS to reach tonight's class B game. The Alton Chiefs have deieated Spengler Oil | Thr Yankees increased t heir Dodgers, 2-0. j i oa rl to a game and a half by He hung around with the Van-{squaring their series with the through the 1959 season, in!White Sox when rain came an in- seven, but the New York club finally gave up on him. They sent him to Kansas City in a seven- player deal in December 1959. He had lost his last six games with the Yankees in 1959, and with Kansas City he was no better, so he was sent down to the minors on July 8 this year. The A's brought him back July 29. But he had run up six more major league defeats for an even dozen straight until Tuesday night, when he defeated Washing- Uyi, K-3. in the second game of a doubleheader. It was the first game he had won since he beat Detroit for the Yankees June 13. 1959. He tired after 7 1-3 innings and was relieved by Ken son. *e1^.r kf ' V Blak< "" 1W OJympir <;a.,«- Boyd WiedUnan G.Tovo Mike HaviiM Wenitlt AB (4) B R H Jucksou'fc (S) Player Wiiujen AB R H ROME (APi —The ITlli m.«l<'in Olympi<- Game* today oi(iciall> Metz Moimloo Pei lea Godar Marty Has net 1 Tovo lolali INNINli Diering lackion ( 1 4 1 2 402 canic to thf city of Rome i> j J| Tlii' "Olympic- pi-riod" — as I o Uteri 2 1 11 formally designated by city offi- 0 o wuikmt 3 0 Oj na | fc _ st ; mw i without lanlare 2 i oibut with lots of flagh ' i Q i; Alxjul X.UOO of tin-in fliittei-wl ti o ojover the pity's buildings. Corps of 0 y inlerpi eiers mo\cd into the hotipl- . , ^TT,! tal * l() ovcreome possiblr Ian 28 4 j lulalt 27 - 'J 1 . 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