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Section 2 Pages 11*18 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport Comsc Classified Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, JUNE 1,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Cards Edge Giants, 6-5, in Weird Finish MusiaPs Pop Fly Falls, Flood Scores ST. LOUIS (AP)—The St. Louis Cardinals beat league leading San Francisco 6-5 in a weird encounter Friday night. The win, combined with a Cincinnati victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers, put the Cardinals in second place two games behind the Giants. It was an up hill victory for the Redbirds who were fresh from, a sweep of a series with Houston. But the finish confused many fans and ball players alike. The Cardinals, after tieing the game at 5-5 in the seventh, loaded the bases with none out in the ninth. Stan Musial facing Billy Pierce popped up and was called out on the infield fly rule. Curt Flood, however, took a chance and started for home. The Giants let the ball drop and Flood crossed the plate with the winning run. Earlier, the Cardinals tied the game when Bill White homered in the seventh, following a single by Flood. San Francisco scored four runs in the third for a 4-2 lead off starter Curt Simmons. They picked up their final run in the fifth inning. Bob Gibson came on in relief to win his third victory. He has lost three. Don Larsen took the loss. He is 2-3. In today's game at St. Louis, it will be Jack Fisher (3-5) for the Giants against Ron Taylor (2-1) for the Cardinals. San Fran. (5) Player AB R H Kuenn Bowman Peterson Mays Cepeda St. Louis (6) 5 1 2 000 F. AlOU 0 2 3 0 0 0 Davenport 402 Hallor Pagan McCovey Sanford Perry M. Alou Larsen Bolln Pierce 400 301 0 0 Player Flood White Groat Musial Boyer Altman Javier McGarver Simmons James AB RH 4 3 4 2 0 1 1 400 300 402 4 0 1 100 0 0 u _ 110 Humphreys 6 6 C 000 Snwatski 1 0 0 Bauta, 000 Burke 100 Gibson 000 1 0 0 000 000 000 Totals 35 5 10 Totals 36 6 10 inning: 123456786 R H E San Fran. 004010000—5 10 0 St L. 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1— 6 10 1 Alton High Gives Out Track A's Varsity track letters were presented to Alton High athletes Friday afternoon at a special assembly of the Redbird thinclads. Provisional letters were also presented. A total of 28 varsity letters were given, 11 of them going to seniors. Twelve juniors received letters and five sophomores earned an "A." Seniors who received letters were Jim Elaine, Bob Boedeker, Tom Cadwell, Paul Economides, Steve Fiedler, George Fulkerson, Danny Gantz, George Hunt, Pat Miller, Terry Mitchell and Len Perry. Juniors who received letters were Paul Caldwell, George Frazier, Darrell Groves, Charles Haynes, Andrew Johnson, Leroy Johnson, Tom Keenan, John Miller, Jim Reams, Tom Sims, Richard Swift and David Walls. The five sophs who earned let ters were Jeff Bernard, Al Dixon, Otis Hall, Bill Thomas and Charles Wyatt. Four juniors and IS sopHb-' mor«s received the provisional letters. The Jfive juniors wore Bruce Carroll, Ron Davis, Jim Keith and Pete Horn- las. Sophs were Steve Brad- Bhaw, Phil Ddurson, Tom Hand, Danny Holliduy, Mike Hurley, Jim Jordan, Ken Kennedy, Larry Kolesa, Ed Pod- born, Bob Redman, Tom Sorbie, Jim Swiiinoy and Fred Wallendorff. Fred Maker, Carl Hamberg, EC Riney and Paul Young received managers' letters. Western Edges Illinois, 1-0 CHAMPAIGN, HI. (AP)-West era'Michigan stood a solid favorite to win the NCAA district basebaK playoff today at the University o. Illinois. Western Michigan edged 111! nols, 1-0, Friday and Notre Dame eliminated Valparaiso, 5-2, in tty double elimination tournament Western now has a 2-0 playoff record and Notre Dame and Illi nois are both 1-1. The winner of this morning's game between Notre Dame and Illinois met Western Michigan this afternoon. Another game wai to be played, if necessary, thi afternoon. CLEVELAND (AP) — Early nVynn isn't returning to baseball with the Cleveland Indians at age 43 just to gain his 300th lifetime )itching triumph. He really believes his right arm ms a couple of seasons left yet. Jut it's no secret he badly wants hat elusive victory that would put him in company with 13 (her great pitchers. "I feel I'm going back home," aid Wynn from his residence in Venice', Fla. soon after Cleveland jeneral Manager Gabe Paul said Willie Shoemaker has pacet Hollywood Park's jockeys 1 victories the last 10 years an in 13 of the last 14. By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Nobody's about to fill Bo Belinsky's brogans, but by a strange quirk of fate Dan Osinski may wind up taking his place. Osinski, involved in the controversial trade in which Belinsky was ticketed for a train ride to Kansas City, combined with rookie Charley Dees and led the las Angeles Angels to a 7-4 victory ever Baltimore Friday night. A 29-year-old right-hander, Osinski was sold by the A's to the An- MARQUETTE AWARD James Jackson of Marquette receives the John Keshner Memorial Award from Mrs. Charles Keshner. Jackson is the first recipient of the award dedicated to the memory of the Marquette athlete who died last November.—Don Hayes photo Early Wynn Back With Tribe Again PRANK CLAUSE WHERE SHOULD MY LEFT FOOT BE POSITIONS DIN THE STANCE? For righthanded bowlers who use the conventional fourstep ap proach, I recommend that they .ake their stance with the left 'cot approximately one-half of a shoe length ahead of the right bot. Also, the left foot should be separated from the right by an nch or two. This type of stance accomplishes two things: First, t allows the bowler to bend his knees a bit, to relax easily; sec ond, it makes the first step of he delivery — a step with t h e right foot — a natural movement. 2,550 Points Barber In Decathlon By ST. LOUIS — Jerry Barber of University City has a 120-point .ead over his nearest opponent in the decathlon event of the 2nd Annual Beaumont Invitational. Barber turned In the best times in the 70-yard dash and the 220 Friday. He won the 70-yarder in :08.7 and the 220 In :23.1. Barber has a decathlon total of 2550 points, Jim Carslick of Hadley Tech is second with a 2430 total. Jim Cohen of University City has 2230, Bruce Davis of Lincoln 2220, and Phil Howard of Brentwood 2200. Twenty three athletes are com peting in the decathlon. The second half of the do- cathloji began today at 2 p.m. along with the track and held preliminaries. Finals at Public Schools Stad ium begin at 5 p.m. tor the field events and 7 for the track events Osinski Could Make Fans Forget Belinsky 4- Friday the Indians had signed the 3urly hurler. "I've always been ond of that town." Wyhn pitched nine seasons for Cleveland and gained 163 of his 199 triumphs for the Indians. He tad four 20-game seasons with Cleveland as a member of the Tribe's great pitching corps of Bob Lemon, Mike Garcia and iVynn in the early 1950s. Wynn was traded to Chicago in .958 and bounced back from two osing campaigns to win 22 games or the White Sox as they won he American League pennant in 959. He pitched seven seasons vitli Washington starting in 1941. When will Wynn be ready to ry for No. 300? It got away from rim three times in the late stages >f the 1962 season before the White Sox gave him his uncondi- ional release. "The legs are all right, but it vill take a couple of weeks at east to get the arm ready," Vynn explained. ''It's up to Birdie Tebbetts) when I pitch." SECTIONAL SCORES Illinois High School Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sectional Play At La Salle-Peru Moline 7, East Aurora 6 , Streator 5, Armington 4 , Sectional Championship' , At Kockford East Maine West 2, Rockford Boylan BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING—Whitey Ford, Yankees, shut out Cleveland 4-0 on three hits, moving New York into :ie for American League lead with Baltimore. BATTING—Charlie Dees, An- ;els, stroked three hits, including decisive home run, in 7-4 triumph over Baltimore. Major League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (100 at bats)— Covington, Philadelphia, .354; Groat, St. Louis, .346, Runs— Flood, St. Louis, 46; H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 42. Runs batted in— H. Aaron, Milwaukee, F. Alou, San Francisco, and Boyer, St. Louis, 38. Hits — Groat, St. Louis, 71; White, St. Louis, 66. Doubles— Cepeda, San Francisco, 15; Groat, St. Louis, 13. Triples— Brock, Chicago, Skinner, 'Cincinnati, and Flood, St. Louis, 5. Home runs— H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 16; F. Alou and Bailey, San Francisco, 11. Stolen bases— Brock, Chicago, and Robinson, Cincinnati, 12. Pitching (Five decisions) — O'Dell, San Francisco, 8-0; Per- ranoski, Los Angeles, and Simmons, St. Louis, 6-1. Strikeouts— Drysdale, Los Angeles, 77; Koufax, Los Angeles, 8. American League Batting (100 at bats)— Malzone Boston, .344; Wagner, Los Angeles, .343. Runs— Allison, Minnesota, 31; Kaline, Detroit, Charles and Siebern, Kansas City, and Hinton Washington, 30. Runs batted in — Wagner, Los Angeles, 38; Allison, Minnesota 34. Hits—Wagner, Los Angeles, 58; Robinson, Baltimore, and Pearson, Los Angeles, 56. Doubles — Versalles, Minnesota, 13; Causey, Kansas City, and Boyer, New York, 12. Triples—Hinton, Washington, 7; Clinton, Boston, 5. Home runs—Wagner, Los An geles, 13; Allison, Minnesota, 12 Stolen bases—Aparicio, Balti more, 16; Wood, Detroit, and Charles, Kansas City, 7. Pitching (five decisions) — Stock, Baltimore, 5-0; Fischer Kansas City, 7-1. Strikeouts—Barber, Baltimore Bunning, Detroit, and Pascual Minnesota, 70. Richard Bock Gets M MA Baseball Award MEXICO, Mo. — Cadet Richard Bock of Alton was among 104 Missouri Military Academy ath letes who have been authorizec letters, certificates or medals fo spring sports participation. Cadet Bock, son of Mr. anc Mrs Herbert T. Bock of 213 Pat terson, Alton, won a varsity baseball letter. Major League] STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. San Francisco 30 18 St. Louis .... 29 21 Los Angeles .. 27 20 Chicago 25 Pittsburgh ... 23 Cincinnati Philadelphia 22 22 23 25 26 29 31 Pet. G.B. .625 .580 2 .574 .532 .511 .489 .468 .447 .408 .367 2V6 4V6 5'/ 2 8Va lO'/a 12'/a 22. 22 Milwaukee ... 21 Houston ...... 20 New York .... 18 Friday's Results Pittsburgh 2, New York 0 Chicago 2, Philadelphia 1 Houston 3, Milwaukee 2 Cincinnati 7, Los Angeles 4 St. Louis 6, San Francisco 5 Today's Games San Francisco at St. Louis Los Angeles at Cincinnati Pittsburgh at New York Chicago at Philadelphia Houston at Milwaukee Sunday's Games Pittsburgh at New York Chicago at Philadelphia Los Angeles at Cincinnati Houston at Milwaukee San Francisco at St. Louis Monday's Game Los Angeles at Houston (N) Only game scheduled (N) (2) (2) American League W. L. Pet. G.B Baltimore .... 30 18 ,625 — New York .... 25 15 .625 1 Chicago 27 19 .586 2 Kansas City .. 25 19 .568 3 Boston 22 20 .524 5 Minnesota ... 23 22 .511 5V Los Angeles .. 22 27 .449 8 1 / Detroit 19 26 .422 9V Cleveland .... 17 24 .415 9V Washington ..15 35 .300 16 Friday's Results New York 4, Cleveland 0 Chicago 6, Boston 0 Kunsas City P, Washington 3 Detroit 3, Minnesota 1 Los Angeles 7, Baltimore 4 Today 1 '-! Gainer Baltimore at Los Angeles (N) Washington at Kansas City (N New York at Cleveland Boston at Chicago Detroit at Minnesota Sunday's Games Baltimore at Los Angeles Washington at Kansas City Detroit at Minnesota Boston at Chicago (2) New York at Cleveland (2) Monday's Games Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Minnesota at Kansas City (N) Only games scheduled els last year. In return, Los An- eles was supposed to hand over elinsky at the end of tjie season, ut Commissionpr Ford Frick ve- oed the move because of its ir- figulav procedure. Onnski, however, remained an ngcl. And now that Bo's been ropped, he's been thrust into the atting rotation. The victory gainst the Angeis was Osinski's 15 Receive Illini Letters In Baseball CHAMPAIGN — Fifteen mem ers of University of Illinois 1963 Jig Ten championship baseball earn have been awarded varsity etters, Douglas R. Mills, direct- r of athletics, announced today. George (Buddy) Galla, junior second baseman from Chicago (Mendel), was elected captain, and Tony Proven- ano, senior center fielder from Mclrose Park (Femvick), was named 1963 Most Valuable Player at the baseball-track banquet Tuesday night. Nine of the letter winners are eniors: Lloyd Floding, Glencoe New Trier); iyville; Joe Pat Holland, Shel- Niezgoda, Chicago St. Rita); Carl Peterson, Chicago (Taft); Provenzano) Jerry tenner, Aurora (East); Lee Schinker, Macomb (Champaign); 'rank Strainis, Riverton; Harold Weisenborn, Columbia. Underclassmen receiv- ng awards: juniors — Galla; Jer•y Weygandt, Belleville (Ca- hedral); Bob Belsole, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. (St. Francis Xavier) sophomores — Rich Callaghan Champaign; Ted Harvey, Belleville; Ron Maurer, Chicago (Amundsen). The following 17 members o Illinois' freshman baseball team lave been awarded numerals rending completion of scholastic requirements: Robert Allaman, Roseville; Mi chael Cowen, Beardstown; John Eraser, Blue Island; Richarc Freehill, Melvin; Eugene Grothn Chicago (Weber); Joe Hamende Springfield (Griffin): Raymond Kasper, Chicago (Lane); P a u Koch, Crystal Lake) Michael Lux Chicago (Leo); Philip Mappa Chicago (Bowen); Asbury C VIoore III, Champaign) Craig Mundt, Elmhurst; Michael Peter son, Champaign, Joseph Rosado Bronx, N.Y. (Monroe); Terr Thomas, Urbana; James Vopicka Brookfield (Morton West); Ferrel Wiman, Robinson. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Baltimore Estrada 3-1 at Los Angeles McBride 3-5 (N). New York Bouton 6-1) at Cleve land Donovan 2-3. Boston Morehead (3-3) at Chi cago Horlen (3-0). Detroit Anderson (1-0) or Foytack (0-1) at Minnesota Kaat (4-4). Washington Duckworth (1-2) at Kansas' City Thies i'0-O). (N). National League San Francisco Fisher (3-5) at St. Louis Taylor (2-1). Los Angeles Koufax (7-2) it Cincinnati Jay (1-8) (N). Pittsburgh Friend (5-4) at New York Cisco (2-4). Chicago Ellsworth (8-3) at Philadelphia Boozer (0-0). Houston Nottebart (5-2) at Milwaukee Burdette (3-5). Graham Will Coach Stars CHICAGO (AP)-For the sixth straight year, Otto Graham will be head coach of the College All Star football squad when the nation's top graduates meet the National Football League champion Green Bay Packers in Soldter Field Aug. 2. Graham's appointment was announced Friday night by the Chicago Tribune which sponsors the mid-summer gridiron classic. Graham is a former Northwestern University and Cleveland Brow.'is star. Graham will retain such previous assistants as Dick Stanfel, Johnny Sauer, Mike Scarry and Dante Lavelli. However, Tommy O'Connell, former Illinois star, will replace Don Doll who recently signed as backfield coach ol the Detroit Lions. .rst in the majors as a starter. Dees, brought up from Hawaii he day Belinsky was sent down, applied the punch with thres hits, ncluding a homer in the fifth in- iing that proved decisive. The de- tnt dropped the Orioles into a tie •/itli New York lor the American League lead. The Yankees closed the gap by shipping Cleveland 4-0 behind iVhitey Ford's three-hitter on a litchers' night. Jim Bunning checked Minnesota on seven hits for a 3-1 Detroit vic- ory that ended the Twins' 10- game victory string, the third)lace Chicago White Sox blanked Joston 6-0 on John Buzhardt's three-hitter and Orlando Pena al- owed only five hits and hit a ;rund slam homer in Kansas :ity's 9-3 walloping of Washing- on. Ford didn't need much support but he got it all from two swings both Tom Tresh and Elston toward connected for two-run wmers off Indians' starter Jim Grant. Singles by Jerry Kindall in the third, Joe Azcue in the eighth and Vic Davalillo in the ninth were the only hits off Ford, now 6-3. Bunning, dealing the Twins only their second defeat in 14 games, had a shutout going until Earl Battey homered in the ninth. The Tigers put it away against Jim Perry with three runs in the fourth. Gus Triandos' bases-loaded singles scored two,and Rocky Co- avito's sacrifice fly the other. Buzhardt brought his record to 5-2 for the White Sox. Floyd Pv inson and Mike Hershberger each singled home a run in the firs two innings before Chicago buil its bulge to 5-0 with a thxee-run third inning spurt that knocked out Red Sox starter Gene Conley Pena, 5-5 hit his grand slam in a six-run fifth inning uprising that put the A's ahead to stay Ed Charles and George Alusik also homered for Kansas City while Larry Osborne, Don Loci and Jim King connected for the Senators, who lost their 18th game in 20 starts. Lakers Stay Undefeated, Triumph 3-1 COLLINSVILLE — The Alton Lakers girls Softball team retain ed their unbeaten status in Twi light League play by whippini the Collinsville Rockettes, 3-1 Friday night. Bev Conaway hurled for the Lakers, giving up four hits, striking out nine and walking two. Her opponent, Georgia Yost, was touched for nine hits, struck out three and walked one. The Lakers broke in front in the second inning when Miss Con away walked, moved to third on two fielder's choices and scorec on Sandy Grimsley's single. They came back with two more in the third frame. Five straight singles by Lea Fol- Us, Star Travis, Scottie Freeman, Miss Conaway and Norma Ims accounted for two runs. The Lakers, now 5-1 overall travel to Springfield tonight fo a single game at 7:30 at He Park. Thursday night they play at Venice in a Twilight Leagii game and return home Friday night for another loop contest. Lakers <3) Collinsville (1) Player Follls Travis Freeman Lusby Conaway Ims Hand Grlmsley Helmkump 2 Duke 1 AB R H Player 4 1 2 Mezzano 0 2 Rowe 1 1 Spacher 0 0 Purlee 1 : tatyas 1 Buecher 0 Decrevel 2 Allen 0 Yost 0 4 4 3 2 1 3 0 3 0 3 0 AB R I 3 0 3 1 3 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 Totals Inning: Lakers Collinsville 29 3 9 Totals 1234567 0 1 2 0 0 0 (H- 3 0010000-1 24 1 RUE WATER IS RISING IN TABLE ROCK LAKE Bass, Crappie and Trout Fishing Is Good Visit KOCH'S Cedar Resort • Kitchenettes • Boat Docks In Sight-Seeing Area For information Write John & Ednu KOCH'S Cedar Resort S.R. 1, Box 706, Branson, Mo. \ NEW LOOK New dugouts for the baseball dia- constructing one of the dugouts for use monds at Riverfront Park are being in- by teams playing on the fields, stalled. Here two workers are shown Jones Punches Sachs In Row Over Race INDIANAPOLIS (AP)—Parnelli tone leaves for New York today lolding the winner's share of a record 500-mile race purse and a one-punch decision over contender Eddie Sachs. Jones, a 29-year-old charger 'ran Torrance, Calif,, picked up big check at the annual victory dinner Friday night. He and Sachs, 36, Detroit, had tangled earlier at a motel with an exchange of "liar" epithets in a controversy over oil spilled during the race Thursday. There was a lot of talk about oil left on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway asphalt, with Sachs contending that oil from Jones' car caused him to spin out of the race. But no formal protest was filed. The total purse oi $493,530.60 and the first place payoff of $148,- Joiies Gets $148,513 For Winning '500' INDIANAPOLIS (AP)—The In dianapolis Motor Speedway paid a record purse Friday night o) $493,530.61 for the 47th 500 mile auto race Thursday. Winner Parnelli Jones picked up $148,513.00. Jones also won the Chrysler 30C Pace car, $1,000 worth of clothing, a color television set and a roomful of other prizes and trophies. 581 to Jones' and car owner J.C. Agajanian both set records. Drivers work on percentage, usually 40 per cent. The spilled-oil controversy had been going on for nearly 24 hours when Jones and Sachs started talking near a motel bar and Sachs brought it up again. Witnesses said each man called the other a liar and Jones said, "you call me a lair again and I'll bust you right in the mouth." Sachs replied, "All right, you're a liar." Jones landed one punch to the face and the two wrestled to the floor before spectators separated them. Sachs' mouth was puffed up as he arose. FISHERMEN!!! What's Your Problem? VISIT MURLE'S BAIT SHOP FOR THE CLINIC mmMmummmmmumummm* Register Sat., Sun. for FREE HEDDON'S $34,90 SPINCASTING COMBO No Obligation To Buy. Come in either day. You do not need to be present to win. fmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi SATURDAY & SUNDAY - 10 A.M. 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