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PAOE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, MAY 31,1963 PAliE SIXTEBN . — . - - • • — ' — _ ^ Alton Has Big Squad Represented at Invitational ^-— ~ •*• ' ........ on 1 1 lti~~. 1/7rtX MU^Vl vault Field and track prelims be recorded, no team totals wall begin Saturday at 2 p.m. with.be tabulated. The reason for this thj track finals beginning at 7.|omission is the inclusion of thei The lield 15. and will submit a list of candidates (or consideration. >\ year ago. Gene Crews of By BILL LHOTKA Telegraph Sports Writer ST. LOUIS —Alton, University City host Beaumont and the out standing athletes of the area will! Tin Redblrds of Alton, II- be competing today and Saturday Hnois state champs, will send ,.. in the 2nd Annual Beumont In- a contingent of 19 to the. meet, j learns. Decathlon entnes can par-,hii?h hurdles, Crews the shot put l"t«Lal a, Sc sZ.s Sta-j Miwourf will be we,, represent- tic-rato in only one track or Held, Only Km™ ™J * ,nvi,ed to Jed bv the University City andjovrn. in addition to the decath-:thc Golden \Vest meet. the past two months Economides had the best toss with a heave of 58 leet 3 inces but Tuesday at a * 5 p.nj Athlon which win attract a I Unuersity City and Herman Gary j the St. Louis District Meet Jim P USUB |]yl ftf Soldan were highly successful | Judd of Roosevelt hurled the 12- heavily for their respectivejat Los Angeles, Gary winning the dlum. The meet opens today at 3:45lBeaumont track teams. U. City Ion. with the first five events of thejwon the state title. Beaumont was <M#fithlon — the 70-yard high! --imnerup. htlfdles, the 100 and 220-yard dasnes, the discus and the pole The meet, however, is an indi-| viclu.il affair. No team points will! The Beaumont official* are In contHi't with the Golden West Invitational, which will be held at Los Angeles. June Nine of Alton's 19 will be participating in the field events. Paul Economides, Dave Walls land Bob Boedeker will be hurling I the shot for the Redbirds. For pound sphere 58 feet 4% inches. WnIK Don Wilson of Western Military Academy, Joe HtlM of Granite City and Earl Mintner of Roosevelt have ail surpassed the 54-foot mark. In the discus Economides and Boedeker will once again be bat- Bob Hoskins of Edwards- ville and Hiles. Richard Swift of Alton has the best area leap in the high jump, having cleared 6 feet 4'/i inches two weeks ago in the Belleville ch.a). Steve Herhdon of Kirkwood and Eugene Moore of Sumner have both cleared 6 feet 4 inches. Charles Beck of University City appears to have little competition in the pole vault. The Indian vaulter cleared the bat- at 13 feet 9 inches' Tuesday. Scott Sanders of Kirkwood has recorded a vault Everybody's Talking !4bout the Jones Boy By DALE BUHGBSS Associated 1'ress Sjwrts Writer INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) — Parnelii Jones sat in his Agajanian ' Willard Special and kept repeating: "I just can't believe it. 1 just can't believe it." :The 29-year-old Torrance. Calif.. complained after the race that Jones car was spilling oil onto the track just before he took the winner's checkered flap. However, Chief Steward Harlan Fengler refused to wave Jones into the pits. "You can't take this race away from a man on snap judgment," driver moved like a man in ajsaid Fengler, who also noted that dream after his record victory in the rich Indianapolis 500-mile Memorial Day Classic. "I just can't get it into my head," Jones said softly into the confusion of the victory celebration around him. other cars were throwing oil. No official protest can be filed until race officials meet this morning, but as one veteran of the race remarked, comolaints are a tradition the night after the race but "after a night's sleep J. C. Agajanian, the car owner, they're usually forgotten." kissed him. Agajanian's wife kissed him- His own wife kissed him. "You won the race, Rufus," Agajanian shouted to the man who was born Rufus Parnell Jones. "You're"the greatest " Jones, who had won the pole position for the second straight year, was favored in the race, but had to drive his heart out to beat Scotsman Jimmy Clark in a rear- engine Lotus-Ford. Oark was one of those who Clark, No. 2 in world road racing standings last year, and Dan Gurney, another Grand Prix racer from Costa Mesa. Calif., ran 2-3 behind Jones through the late stages of the race. After charging his hardert for 3% hours, Jones crossed the finish line ,a tick under 34 seconds ahead of Clark. Jones won't know how much he won until the Indianapolis Motor Speedway cuts up a purse of possibly one-half million dollars at to- 14 Cars Finish; '62 Champ Fourth night's victory dinner. He knows he won S2.1.000 in lap pri/e money for lending 167 of the race's 200 laps. The front runner sets J150 a lap in addition to the main prizes. The soft-spoken king of the country's sprint tracks, also knows that he had to break the track record by almost three miles per hour to win. He averaged 143.137 m.p.h. in spite of wrecks that forced the field to run under the yellow "hold-you^-position" light for almost 50 minutes. Clark averaged 142.752 m.p h. The first five finishers hioke the old record. Nobody was hurt seriously in a series of crashes. Veteran Eddie Johnson, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, suffered a twisted foot nid a back injury when he crashed into the wall on the northeast lurn. Others who banged into the wall ircluded Eddie Sachs, Detroit; rookie Bobby Unser, Albuquerque, N.M.; Lloyd Ruby, Wichita Fall's, Tex., and Bud Tingelstad, Dayton, Ohio. A. J. Foyt of Houston, Tex., finished highest of four former winners in the race. He was third. Rodger Ward of Indianapolis, last year's winner, was fourth. Troy Ruttman, Dearborn, Mich., who started last in 33rd place, was 12th, and Jim Rathmann, Melbourne, Fla., was stopped by fuel trouble. INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The I unofficial chart showing the ranking of cars in the Indianapolis 500-mile race Thursday, subject to revision when checking of electrical timing tapes is completed F>iday: ,1. Parnelli Jones, Torrance, Calil.,, Agajaniaiv Special, 143.137 in.p.h. ."'•• "' "... . : 2. Jim Clark, Duns,' Scotland, Lotus-Ford, 142.752. 3. A. J. Foyt, Houston, Tex., Sheraton-Thompson Special,' 142.- 2W; •;•'•:. ; •4: Rodger Ward,' Indianapolis, Kaise'r Leader Card Special, 141.090. 5. Don Branson, Champaign, 111., Leader Card Special, 140.866. 6. Jim McElreath, Arlington, Tex., Forbes Special, 140.862. 7. Dan Burney, Costa Mesa, Calif., Lotus-Ford, 140.071. 8. Chuck Hulse, Downey, Calif., Dean Special, 140.064. 9. Al Miller, Roseville, Mich., Thompson-Harvey Titanium Special, 139.524. 10. Dick Rathmann, Roselle, 111., Chapman Special, 138.845. 11. Dempsey Wilson, HaW' thorne, Calif., Vita-Fresh Special 138.574. .12. Troy Ruttman, Dearborn Mich., Robbins Special, 138.244. 13. Bob Christie, Grants Pass Ore., Travelon Special, 136. 104. 14. Ebb Rose, Houston, Tex. Sheraton - Thompson Special 132.347. The following cars failed to fin ish and are listed in unoffici; order by distance covered: 15. Bobby Marshman, Potts town, Pa., Econo - Car Specia went into Infield on leader's las lap. 16. Roger McCluskey, Tucson Ariz., Konstant Hot Special, spu out on leader's last lap. 17. .Eddie Sachs, Detroit, Mich i-yant Special, spun out, 445 liles. 18. Duane Carter, Indianapolis, hompson-Harvey Aluminum Speal, blew engine, 397.5 miles. 19. Paul Goldsmith, St. Clair hores, Mich., Dernier Special, mechanical failure, 380 miles. 20.- Lloyd Ruby, Wichita Fals, 'ex., Zink Trackburner, spun out, 17.5 miles. 21. Eddie Johnson, Cuyahoga 'alls, Ohio, Drewry's Special, pun out, 290 miles. 22. Chuck Stevenson, Newport each, Calif., Bardah! Special, mechanical failure, 287.5 miles. 23. Jim Rathmann, Melbourne, Fla., Coral Harbour Special, fuel rouble. 270 miles. 24. Jim Hurtubise, North Tona- •anda, N.Y., Tropicana Novi Spe- ial, oil leak, 252.5 miles. 25. Bobby Grim, Indianapolis, VIorcroft Specia., oil leak, 207.5 miles. 26. Bob Veith, Fort Bragg, Calif., Racing Associates Special, mechanical failure, 165 miles. 27. Allen Crowe, Springfield, 11., Gabriel Shocker Special, hit wall, 117.5 miles. 28. Bud Tingelstad, Dayton, Hoover Special, hit wall, 115 miles. 29. Johnny of 1? feet 2 inches. Paul Caldwell, Otis Hall and Jim Blaine nra the Redbird entries in t h e event. Charles Wyatt of Alton will he competing In the broad jump. Andrew Johnson will probably participate in either the broad Jump or (he hop, skip and jump, a new event B/Med to this year'* schedule. Hmry Green of O'Fallon Tech •> has the best Jump, a leap of 23 feet 2 Inches and holds the Mfmourl title In that department, Toe relay events will provide some of the most exciting moments Saturday night. In the 440 relay the Redhlfd team of Leroy and Andrew Johnson, Tom Keenan and ferry Mitchell have the best area Hme — :43.4. Beaumont has been clocked in :43.7 and University City in :43.8. University City has a time of 1:390 in the 880 relay, Beaumont GLORY HOPES END INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—Lloyd Ruby, lap of 200 lap race. Kuby's car spun a perennial entrant in the Indianapolis when he hit an oil slick, ending his hopes 500 mile race, puts his hand to his head for the winner's rich purse in the classic as he walks away from his wrecked race yesterday. (AP Wirephoto) racer after he spun out of race on 128th MILWAUKEE (AP) - Hank 1 laron of the Milwaukee Braves .ppears to have a good shot at iccoming the National League's irst triple crown winner since he 1930s. One of the most feared batters n baseball, Aaron led the league n batting in 1956 and 1959, in homers in 1957 and in runs batted in during the 1957 and 1960 cam- jaigns. He would like to put the hree titles together. "It would be nice to do it, but 'm not aiming for anything in particular," the 29-year-old slug- ;er said, "My theory is to get he pitch to hit—and hit it hard. fhings like titles will take care of themselves." Aaron hit his 15th homer, tops n the National League, while collecting thxee hits Thursday in a 7-4 Milwaukee victory over the Los Angeles I>-dgers. He boosted iia average to .330, fourth among league hitters, and his RBI tota Mele Says Some People Take His Team Lightly By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer "Some people are sloughing us off in their pennant predictions. It burns me up and I hope it has the same effect on the players." The words belong to Minnesota Manager Sam Mele. Continuing to climb up the standings in the tightening American League pennant scramble, the Twins maintained their sizzling pace Thursday with a 3-2 victory over Washington that accounted for their 10th consecutive victory. Rutherford, Fort Worth, Tex., U.S. Equipment Special, transmission trouble, 110 miles. 30. Art Malone, Tampa, Fla., S.T.P. Novi Special, clutch failure, 67.5 miles. 31. Elmer George, Indianapolis, Sarkes Tarzian Special, mechanical failure, 55 miles. 32. Johnny Boyd, Fresno, Calif., Bowes Seal Fast Special, oil leak, 30 miles, 33. Bobby Unser, Albuquerque, N.M., Tropicana Novi Special, hit wall, 2.5 miles. PARNELL1 JONES Finishing in fifth place was veteran Don Branson, Champaign, HI. He was Ward's teammate on the Leader Card team. Dick Rath mann, Roselle, 111., was tenth. The other Illinoisan in the race was Allen Crowe of Springfield. Driving a Gabriel Shocker Special, Crowe was forced out when he hit the wall after 117.5 miles. Crowe and Branson, with other "500" veterans, will turn their talents to dirt track sprint driving Sunday on the New Bremen Speedway near Dayton, Ohio. They will compete in a 30-lap race on the one-half mile dirt track. Goode, Echols Sign Pacts ST, LOUIS — The St. L o u i s Football Cardinals announced the signing of five players Wednesday. Major League STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED I'KESS American League, W. L. Pet, G.B. Baltimore .... 30 17 .638 -r New York .... 24 15 .615 2 Chicago 26 19 .578 3 Kansas City .. 24 19 .558 4 Boston 22 19 .537 5 •ftMinnesota .... 23 21 .523 Ws Los Angeles ..21 27 .438 9'/a Cleveland .... 17 23 .425 9 J / Z Detroit 18 26 .409 \W> Washington .. 15 34 .306 16 Thursday's Results Chicago 8-4, Cleveland 4-2 New York 6, Boston 5 (10 innings) Detroit'3, Los Angeles 0 Minnesota 3, Washington 2 Kansas City 7, Baltimore 2 Today's Games Baltimore at Los Angeles (N) New York at Cleveland (N) Washington at Kansas City (N) Detroit at Minnesota (N) Boston at Chicago (N) Saturday'!) Game* New York at Cleveland Boston at Chicago Detroit at Minnesota Washington at Kansas City (N) Baltimore at LOB Angeles (N) San Francisco 30 17 _,os Angeles St. Louis — Chicago Pittsburgh . Philadelphia incinnati .. Milwaukee . National League W. L. J'et. G.B. Schurz Meets Danville in State Tourney By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Schurz of Chicago will meet Danville in the opening quarterfinal game of the state high ichool baseball finals in Peoria iext Thursday. The other pairings will be com- ileted this weekend after rain de- ayed the crowning of some sec- ional champions. The sectionals yet to be fin- shed are at Rockford East, La- 3alle-Peru and DuQuoin. Granite City will meet the La- Sal 1-Peru champion in the quar- erfinals. Peoria Central will face the Rockford East winner and Lockport will meet the DuQuoin itlist. Chuck Ballantine ran his rec- ard to 11-0 in hurling Lockport 15-2) to a 2-0 victory over highly 27 19 28 21 24 22 22 n 22 24 21 23 21 25 Houston 19 29 New York 18 30 .638 .587 .571 .522 .500 .478 .477 .457 .396 .375 7M- 8'/ 8 Thursday's Kesults Chicago 12-1, New York 0-2 Pittsburgh 7-5 Philadelphia 1-6 Milwaukee 7, Los Angeles 4 St. Louis 9, Houston 5 San Francisco 5, Cindnnavi 4 Today's GIIIIICH San Francisco at St. Loui? (N) Los Angeles at Cincinnati (N) Pittsburgh at New Yorli (N) Houston at Milwaukee (N) Chicago at Philadelphia (N) Saturday's Games Pittsburgh at New York Chicago at Philadelphia Los Angeles at Cincinnati (N) Houston at Milwaukee San Francisco at St. Ixmis Irv Goode, who became a regular in his first year with the Big Red as an offensive tackle, Bill Triplet!, second-year cornerman, flanker Jack Elwell and tackle Fate Echols were among those to receive new contracts. Dave Meggyesy, a guard from Syracuse University and nth- round draft choice, was also sign ed. Meggyesy is the 15th, rookie out of 18 draftees to sign with the Cardinals. Alton Legion Beats J'ville JERSEYVILLE - The Alton American Legion Post 126 base ball learn defeated the Jersey ville American Legion team Wed nesday night, 6-1, in a practice game. Lon Jacobs and Bob Jones shar cd tin; mound chores for Alton Jacobs hurled the first four inn ings, gave up one hit and strucl out seven. Jones pitched the fina three innings, struck out five anc gave up one hit. Catcher Lee Davis hit a home for Alton. The Alton team opens its regu lar season Sunday at Maryvill against the Maryville Legion team at 2 p.m. The triumph gave the Twins the longest winning streak in the majors this season. It also left them only one-half game out of the first division after floundering at the tail-end of the standings for the first month of the season. One of the things Mele has going for him is right-hander Camilo Pascual, who has won three of the 10 games in the streak. Against the Senators, he scattered eight singles and, finding himself short on runs, drove in the winner with a sacrifice fly in the ninth inning. At the top of the standings, Kansas City made it two straight over league-leading Baltimore, beating the Orioles 7-2 and trimming their edge to two games over the run- ne.r-up New York Yankees, 6-5 winners in 10 innings at Boston. The third-place Chicago White Sox closed to within three games of the top with a doubleheader sweep over Cleveland, 8-4 and 4-2, while Detroit whipped the Los Angeles Angels 3-0 behind Hank Aguirre's four-hit pitching in a second division struggle. The A's, who had . lost 10 Major League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (75 at bats)—Malzone, Boston, .349; Causey, Kansas City, .345. Runs—Allison, Minnesota, 31; inton, Washington, 30. Runs batted in — Wagner, Los ngeles, 37; Allison, Minnesota, 34. Hits—Wagner, Los Angeles, and obinson, Baltimore, 56. Doubles—Causey, Kansas City, ersalles, Minnesota, and Boyer, ew York, 12. Triples—Hinton, Washington, 7; Clinton, Boston, 5. Home runs—Warner, Los An- eles, 13; Allison, Minnesota, 12. Stolen bases— Aparicio, Balti more, 15; Wood, Detroit, and Charles, Kansas City, 7. Pitching (Five decisons) — lock, Baltimore, 5-0; Fischer iansas City, 7-1. Strikeouts—Barber, Baltimore nd Pascual, Minnesota, 70. National League Batting (75 at bats)—Coving- on, Philadelphia, .358; Groat, St .348. rated Morton West. He yielded hits and struct? out 8. Granite City won the Staunton sectional with a 5-4 victory over Springfield Griffin to carve a 238 mark. The decisive two runs came in the fifth on two errors, walk and singles by Marty Le- Vault and Charlie Papp. Danville captured its own sec- ionnl and expanded its winning streak to 18 games by defeating Kankakee 3-2. The winner was Ed Corbin who boosted hu record to 9-3. Phil Bolser's second inning homer fused the victory. Jeff Conrad drove in the winning run as Peoria Central won the Canton sectional by defeating Quincy 7-6. Central now is 16-12. Sports Menu straight to Steve Barber, bombed the Orioles' left-hander for six runs in 5 1-3 innings and handed him his fourth loss against eight victories. Bobby Del Greco collected three hits for Kansas City and Ed Charles hit a two-run homer. Ed Rakosv, 6-2, was the winner but needed John Wyatt's relief help. Clete Boyer drove in the deciding run for the Yankees with a sacrifice fly in the 10th after the Red Sox had tied the score in the ninth on Ed Bressoud's two-ou homer, his second of the game Roger Maris led the New Yorl attack with his seventh homer, a single and a bases-loaded walk in the seventh inning that broke a 4-4 tie. Ralph Terry went the distance for a 6-4 record. Ron Hansen played a key rol for the White Sox in both come from-behind victories over the In dians. He smacked a homer in the sixth inning of the opener t snap a 4-4 tie and singled home a run in a four-run fifth innuig up rising that wrapped up the night cap. Aguirre won for the first timi in 5Vi! week and squared his rec ord at 4-4. Home runs by Jak Wood off loser Boh Turley, anc Gus Triandos made Aguirre's jo 1 easier. Beaumont FRIDAY Track Invitational (Decathlon at 3:45 p.m.) SATURDAY Beaumont Invitational (prelims at 2, finals at 7 p.m.) FLOTE BOAT 'Sunliner 20" 8 feet wide 1169 PIASA HARBOR Off McAdurm Highway OPEN FOR FISHING Seven Day* a Week from Daylight Till Dark RAINBOW TROUT Restocked with Trout for Memorial Day Weekend •> |a«» * Channel Cot • llueajll • Crappit LANDON'S LAKE One Milt Imt ef Irighton—Follow Signs from Town Hank Aaron Could Be Triple Winner PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Baltimore (Pappas 4-0) at Los Angeles (Osinski 2-1) (N). New York (Ford 5-3) at Cleve land (Donovan 2-3 or Grant 3-4) (N). Washington (Rudolph 3-6) at Kansas City (Pena 4-5) (N). Detroit (Bunning 2-5) at Minnesota (Perry 3-2) (N). Boston (Conley 2-2) at Chicago (Buzhardt 4-2) (N). National League San Francisco (SarJord 7-3^.at St. Louis (Simmons 6-1) (N). Los Angeles (Miller 3-2) at Cin cinnati (Maloney 6-2) (N). Pittsburgh (Schwall 2-2) at New York (Willey 4-3) (N). Houston (Drott 2-2) fit Milwaukee (Shaw 2-2)'(N). Chicago (Buhl 3-4) at Philadelphia (Short 1-4) (N). Alt-Wood Downs Manchester Runs—Flood, St. Louis, 43; H ^aron, Milwaukee, 41. Runs batted in—Boyer, St. Lou s, 37; Robinson, Cincinnati, H Aaron, Milwaukee, and F. Alou San Francisco, 36. Hits—Groat, St. Louis, 70; White and Boyer, St. Louis, 63. Doubles—Cepeda, San Francisco, 15; Groat, St. Louis, 13. • Triples—Brock, Chicago, Skinner, Cincinnati, and Flood, St. ouis, 5. Home runs—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 15, F. Alou and Bailey, San fYanclsco, 11. Stolen bases—Brock, Chicago, :2; Pinson and Robinson, Cincinnati, and Wills, Los Angeles, 11. Pitching (Five decisions) — O'Dell, San Francisco, 8-0; Per- ranoski, Los Angeles, and Simmons, St. Louis, 6-1. Strikeouts—Drysdale, Los geles, 77; Koufax, Los Angeles, MANCHESTER, .Mo. — Th Alt-Wood Merchants downed Man Chester Wednesday night, 9-2, in a St. Louis County League game Butch Rister went the distanc fon Alt-Wood, yielding five h i t and backing up his hurling wit a homer and single. Stan Finch er and Wayne Simpson also bias er circuit clouts, Leto Metz adc ed a double and single. Saturday night, the Merchant!) play Vandalia at Koxana. Bernle Rappe, who pitched Decatur Alyco Into the world tournament at Clearwater, Fla. and then won two tour- noy games, will be on the mound for Vandalia. Bob Garner will make his firs hill appearance of the season fo NEW HOME? . ,, or Repairs on Your Prtsent Horn* — Call MAC O'NEAL CL 9-6588 CHUCK VAHLE 259-2544 EVENING CALLS DIAL DU 4-6451 WATER IS RISING IN TABLE ROCK LAKE BUNS, Grapple and Trout Finhinif IK Good Visit KOCH'S Cedar Resort • Kltchnuuttes • Bout Docks In SiRht-Seuing Area For information Write John & Kdnu KOCH'S Cedar Re»ort S.K. 1, Box 700, Brunson, Mo. Alt-Wood. v.30.1 and Aifeffli i<30.4. Mitchell, Keenan, b. Jdhn«M and either Jim Reams or Chatle,S Vjtyatt will run for the Redbirds. •' " Alton is not competing In either the tnlle or two-mile relays. Beaumont has the best time in the mile relay, 3:21.2, while Hadley Tech has an 8:13.1 In the two- mile event. Phil Dmirran, d«ff Bernard, Larry Kolcsa, and either Wyjitt r»f forti Hand will constitute the Rodblrd foursome In the frosh-snph mile > 36, one behind leader Ken loyer of St. Louis. "I'm off to a terrific start and uil's been my i?oal every pring," Aaron said. "Last year got off to a miserable start, ven though I wound up with a retty good record of 45 homers, 28 runs batted in and n .323 verage. If I can keep going this eason, I 'should do better." Joe Medwlck, then with the St. Louis Cardinals, was the Notional League's last triple crown winner, 6 years ago, when he shared the ome run title with Mel Ott of he New York Giants. Chuck Klein aptured the last sole ownership if the three major titles while vith the Philadelphia Phillies in 933. Cards Sweep Three-Game Series, 9-5 ST. LOUIS (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals swept a three- jame series in downing the Houson Colts for the fifth straight time this season. Ray Sadecki, "the Redbirds' starter, gave up only four hits until the eighth, when the Colts scored their final three runs. It was an error-filled game for he Texas team. The Colts committed five errors, which account- d for eight of the Cardinals' nine runs. The Cardinals scored six runs In. the third off loser Dick Farrell, but the Houston pitcher gave up only one earned run during the rally. Stan Musial provided the big )low, a home run with two runners on in the third inning. The Cardinals' final three runs came n the fifth off reliever Russ Kern- merer. George Altman snapped out of a batting slump and got three hits in four appearances at the plate. Tim McCarver, Cardinals catcher, also got two hits. Sadecki won his second victory against four defeats. Fanell is 4-5. The Cardinals will play in a series with the league-leading San Francisco Giants over the weekend. George Hunt of Alton, runner- up at the Illinois State meet, and Keith Small of Sunnier, Missouri state title holder, make the 880- yard run the strongest race of the evening. Hunt has toured the four-lap course in 1:56 this year, Smnll has done 1.57.1. A year ago, Small ran the half-mile in 1:54.8. Joe Charleville of Kirkwood (1:57), MisBouai runnerup, Barry Drew of Rivervlew Gardens (1:57.6) and Len Perry of Alton add plenty of sugar to. the spice. The two Johnson boys In the low and high hurdles-are the best bets in those events. Curtis Fair- of O'Fallon Tech, St. Louis champ, is a threat in the highs. Steve Halliburton ol Marion t and Reggie Long of Beaumont could make the. 440 as exciting as its twice-as-long counterpart la expected to be. Halliburton won the Illinois state title and has a top time of :49.7. Long, the St. Louis District winner, toured the course in :49.1 Tuesday. Bob Knelle" of Southwest has turned In a time of :49.7 and Andy Harris of Me- Kinley recorded a time of :49.9. Harris won the 440 a year ago. Keenan and Mitchell will be competing: for the Redbirds In the 100-yard dash but the field n»y be to* strong .for them. HalUburton hM. a clocking of :09.8, Dean Kimmich of Cape GlrardMU In :09.9. Chuck Bell, of Soldan has been the area's most consistent winner In the dashe*. Thirty three'schools will be represented at the meet. Admission is 50 cents for students, $1 for adults. Public Schools Stadium is located at Natural Bridge Boulevard v and Kingshighway. BEAUMONT INVITATIONAL RECORDS (All set In 1962) 100 — Wayne Herman, Affton, :09.8. 220 — Wayne Herman, Affton, 440 — Andrew Harris, McKinley. :50.6. 880 —Keith Small, Sumner, 1:57.8. St. Louis will send Curt Simmons (6-1) against Jack Sanford !7-3) for the Giants. THURSDAY Houston (5) St. Louis <») Player AB R H Flood 5 1 0 Fazio 4 1 2 White 2 1 0 Temple 3 1 I Groat 220 Spangler 4 1 1 Maxvlll 1 0 0 Warnick 3 1 1 Musial 422 Staub 3 1 0 James 000 Goss 702 Boyer 3 1 o Lillis 400 Altman 403 Campbell 4 0 1 Javier 3 0 0 Farrell 1 0 0 McCarver 4- 1 2 Kemmerer Sadecki 2 1 0 1 0 0 Bauta 100 Brown 000 Asprononte 100 Zachary 000 Davis 1 0 0 Totals 33 5 8 Totals 31 9 7 Innings: 12345678 »—R H E Houston 00002003 0—S 8 5 St. Louis 00603000 X—9 7 0 Mile — John Nelke, CBC, 4:28.2. 120 High Hurdle* — Herman Gary, Soldan, :14.6. 180 Low Hurdles Herman Gary, Soldan, '-.19.0. 440 Relay — Alton (Jackson, L. Johnson, A. Johnson, Randol). (43.7). 880 Relay —Alton (Jackson, L. Johnson, A. Johnson, Randol). 1:23.2. Mile Relay — Beaumont (Clark, Long, Leright, Watson). 3:23.2. Two-Mile Relay Beaumont (Clark, Long, Watson, White). 7:55.5. Broad Jump — Warren Hamp- i.on, East St. Louis. 23 feet 3V6 inches. High Jump — Augie Schiller, Coilinsvllle. 6 feet 4 inches. Polo Vault — Bev. Terry, Alton; Steve Roth, U. City; Jim Blaine, Alton; Charlie Beck, U. City, 12 feet */2 inches. Shot Put — Gene Crews, U. City. 60 fee't ] /4 inches. Discus — Gene Crews, U. City. 166 teet 8W, inches. Decathlon — Bob Stratton, U. City. 5620 points. CASH PURCHASES GRAND OPENING Station Service PRODUCTS PHILLIPS SfRVICf i ACCESSORIES

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