Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 10, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 10, 1960
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WEWNESbAY, AUGUST 10, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH GOLFING ~* NOTKS FRISKY COLTS Game" to be carried exclusively by ABC-TV and ABC Radio at 9 p.m. The Greater Alton Women's Golfing Association held its weekly golfing tourney Tuesday j afternoon at Rock Spring (Jolt! Course. The event was lowj pUttS. ' In the championship flight Mrs. Charles McLain and Mrs. Norman Johnson had low net, while Mrs. James Dooley and Mrs. Rill Nicolet won the event. In the first flight Mrs. Ed T'n-i derwood won low net while Mrs. Ralph Perry shared the event honors with Mrs. Underwood. In the second flight Mrs. Ralph Jochl and Mrs. Bill Wint-i er won low net while Mrs. Ber- ; nard Griffin won the event., Third flight honors for low net went to Mrs. Franke Regan while J Mrs. Joe \Vickenhauser Jr. won the event. fairings have been announced for the Handicap Tournament for women at Rock Spring. First round matches must be played before Friday. Pairings for the 18-hole match play are Norma Johnson vs. Thelma Sundin; Kit; Yost vs. bye; Norma Nagy vs.j Alberta Hillman; Sona Winter vs. bye; Thelma Wrest vs. Ann Edwards; Elsie Brokaw vs. bye; Dot Nicolet vs. bye; Ann Rink vs. bye: Blanche Dooley vs. Mary Eckhard; Evelyn Me-' Coy vs. bye; Miriam Skei vs.j bye; Wilma Gleason vs. bye;; Jean Underwood vs. Nadia Ber-j nard; Bobbie Springman vs.j bye; Eleanor Perry vs. bye;' Bernice McReynolds vs. bye. Errors Hurt As Sox Lose To NCH- York CHICAGO AP' Thr NfW York Yankees h;irt drfciilccl Ihr Chicago Whitr Sox 7 1 in a rain- shortrwd Rame hut all Ihr talk in the Yankee clubhouse was ahont Ihr lurklro.s hu! hrilliant pitrhing of Gerry Sfaley. • The defeat dropped the .Sox 1'* games bphtnd the league leading Yftnkrrs Rain halted play after I eicht innings. St;ilcy relieved Frank Banmann in the eighth when the Yankees Irtaflfd the bases with non< out St;ilc> got pinch batter John Rlan chard to bounce to second bus' 1 |man Nfllie Fox. Fox threw to the plate hut catcher Jo. Ginsberg hobbled the ball anc 1 a run scored, breaking a 4-4 tie. Slaley took (ii) grounder and threw to the plate for a force out. Tcrny Kubek bounced to first baseman Roy Sievers who juggled the hall SO& the second run scored. The next batter bounced to Fox who also jucgled the Wrr'rnjt got | life man at first for thr second out I\\hile the third run scored. The Sox threatened in their half of the eighth when they got two men on base with two out but Jim jKandis struck out and g minute ! later the rains came, ending the . contest. "I've never seen anything like it," said Yankee Manager Casey Stengel in reference to Staley's pitching feat. "He was great and we were lucky." Gene Freese had put the Sox ahead 4-2 with a three-run homer in the fifth but the Yankees got to Karly Wynn for a pair of runs in the seventh to tie the game. The two teams meet again today with Art Ditmar (10-7> going against Herb Socre (3-3). The Chicago Cubs dropped a 7-1 decision to league-leading Pitts- burgh. Al Heist's 40uMe ml * single by Ron Santo tpot)prt Vine gar Bend MlzelT« bid for * srmt out in the fifth inning Starter Mne Drabowsky was the loser Pitts j burgh locked up the contest with five runs hi the third inning. The Cubs meet the Pirates again tonight with Don Cardwell (5-11> going against Vernon Law (15-rii Panama rider Manuel Yva/.a won five stakes races with five different horses at the 1959 Saratoga Springs, N.Y.. meeting. Four backfleld aces: Mike Somnvr (1), Johnny L'nitas (2), Alex Hawkins . _. _ (8), and Billy Prieer (4), will lead the CDT. The NFL champion Colts will be j 17 Vpar (\\A<H Baltimore Colts against the College All- out to repeat their victory of last sea- j A 4 • I. CrtI "Vf 1UO Stars at Chicago's Soldier Field Friday, son over the All-Stars. In the Annual "College All-Star Football League Leaders Martin's Fine Sticks After Giles Hearing In Spotlight SOUTH ORANGE. N.J. (AP) — | A pair of 17-year olds stole the' spotlight Tuesday in the second | CINCINNATI (APi—Thn bone- '• hands toward the mound. tin gave pitcher Jim Brewer of ,h PV had exchanged words. round of the Eastern Grass Court Tennis Championships at Orange j Lawn Tennis Club. ! Nancy Richey of San Angelo.! Tex., and Carole Caldwel) of Tarn- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (based on 250 or more at batst — Larker. !.os Angeles. .3;V); Mays. San Francisco, .341. Runs —Mays, San Francisco, 80: Mathews. Milwaukee. 74. j breaking punch that Cincinnati' He went out to pick it up. then pa. Fla., ousted the top two worn Runs batted in — Banks, Chica- Reds' second baseman Billy Mar-: suddenly swung on Brewer after i en in the domestic draw. Darlenei go. 88; Aaron, Milwaukee, 83. ' --.-•-— *-- « Hits — Groat, Pittsburgh, 137; Mays, San Francisco, 134. Doubles — Pinson, Cincinnati. 30; Cepeda, San Francisco Cunningham, St. Louis, 25. Triples — Pinson, Cincinnati the Chicago Cubs last Thursday 'Hard of Montebello, Calif., and punch broke an orbital Janet Hopps of Seattle respective-1 still is going to cost him $500. jbone under the right eye. Brewer I ly. Miss Richey won, 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 j Marlin has served out the five-; is expected to be out of action and Miss Caldwell came through | suspension that went with the !for at ] ea .st a month. ,6-3. 7-5. ' In a Chicago hospital, Brewer Those were the high spots of aj "I think it (the fine and sus-jdav in which the men's matches) fine. National League President _ Yesterda's .Stars »»' K and White, St. Louis, 8; Brutonj ren c - Giles announced Tuesday!pension) is strong enough but I'm (followed form throughout. Milwaukee and Kirkland and: n 'g ht a " p r a hearing requested g ] ar j ; t wasn't lifted." Mays, San Francisco, 7. j b >' Martin that the penalties would Home runs - Banks, Chicago | stand - He said he heard nothing and Aaron, Milwaukee, 30; Math-| at tne hearing that would cause ews, Milwaukee and Boyer, St.! him to change his mind about the Louis, 24. |f' ne an d suspension. Stolen bases — Wills. LOB Ange- 1 A subdued Martin said he would le«, 27; Pinson, Cincinnati, 25. ia bide b .v 'he decision but indicat-, Pitching (based on 10 or moreied he felt he had made his point. j a]1 _ '" decisions) - Law, Pittsburgh, 15- "The thing I wanted to point The Richey-Caldwell explosions j l eft only Karen Hantze of San j i Diego among the women's domes- tjc g^ds. And Karen, 17. was a JW. 6-3 winner over Gwyneth Thomas of Cleveland Tuesday. ' In the men's activities, Rod ^er. Aussie cham P and to P iseed, took an 8-6, 6-3 decision :from John Haramill of South Af- 5. .750; Farrell. Philadelphia and McDaniel St Louis S-3 750 Strikeouts — Drysdale, Los Angeles. 175; Williams, Los Angeles and Friend, Pittsburgh, 137. out." he said, "was that I actually JB^S^p^^^^rlca. Laver has won two straight (tournaments with Ron "-'—•- — Brewer was coming over American League III never mind on that." At the time of the incident, Martin claimed Brewer had ! thrown a pitch at his head. The Batting (based on 250 or more ball nicked Martin's bat and carat bats) — Smith, Chicago, .318; omed off his helmet. On the next game w by stopping the Chicago Cubs with five hits, 7-1. Emory Krauthoefer has been president of the Nut Bowling Minoso, Chicago, .317. Runs — Mantle, New York, 90; Maris, New York, 78. Runs batted in — Maris, New York, 92; Skowron, New York, 76. Hits — Minoso, Chicago, 131; Smith, Chicago. 129. Doubles — Skowron, New York, 26; Runnels, Boston and Siebern, Kansas City, 23. Triples — Fox, Chicago, 9; Brandt and Robinson, Baltimore, j Freese and Aparicio, Chicago, j Siebern. Kansas City and Be-! cquer, Washington, 6. j Home runs — Maris, New York, I 35; Mantle, New York, 27. j Stolen bases -. ApaVicio, Chica-1 go. 31; Landis, Chicago, 16. j Pitching (based on 10 or more decisions) — Coates, New York, 9-3, .750; Perry, Cleveland, 14-5, .737; Staley, Chicago, 11-5, .688. j Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit,; 154; Pascquel Washington, 118. East Alton Muny League MIDGETS Hanks 14, Reds 7 JUNIORS National Cleaner 7, Piasa 3 Dodgers 9, Rebels 9 (tie) TEENAGE Shamrock 4, UMWA 1 pitch. Martin's bat flew out of his League in Milwaukee Holmberg, on his way to their third straight meeting, polished off Bill Hoogs Jr., Berkeley, Calif, by 6-1, 6-3. years. Bob Mark, third seeded Aussie, for 50 pulled out a 9-7. 6-3 battle over Martin Riessen, Hinsdaie, 111. 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