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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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MONDAY, JUNE 3, 19G3 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Ex-Champion Wants Rematch With Willie By BOB MYERS Associated Press Snorts Writer LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)—Hollering he was robbed, Pat Olivier! manager of Harold Johnson, today demanded a rematch for his de throned light heavyweight champion with Willie Pastrano. Driver Coasts Last Lap To Win Stock Car Race CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - A blown tire and an empty gas tank figured in the last minute heroics here Sunday as Fred Lotenzen won the World 600 stock car race at a record 132.417 miles per hour. Lorenzen, 29-year-old ex-carpenter from Elmhurst, 111., came home free when Junior Johnson, the leader and pace-seller, blew a tire with slightly over three laps to go. With Johnson's Chevrolet In the MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Sunday's Results Indianapolis 6-1, Buffalo 2-2 Rochester 4, Jacksonville 3 Syracuse 7-10, Arkansas 3-5 Atlanta 4-3, Toronto 1-1 Columbus at Richmond, postponed, rain Saturday's Results Indianapolis 7, Buffalo 3 Columbus 3, Richmond 2 Rochester 3-2, Jacksonville 2-3 Syracuse 7, Arkansas 4 Atlanta 4, Toronto 3 Pacific Coast League Sunday's Results Denver 6-1, Tac-irna 2-3 Spokane 11-0, Portland 3-1 Hawaii 9-5, Dallas-Fort Worth 8-9 Oklahoma City 4, San Diego 3 Salt Lake City at Seattle 2, postponed, rain Saturday's Results Oklahoma City 4-4, San Diego 0-6 Tacoma 9, Denver 5 Spokane 7, Portland 4 Dallas-Fort Worth 7, Hawaii 3 Salt Lake City 3, Seattle 2 (32 innings) pits for a new tire and the rest of the field strung out at least a full lap behind, Lorenzen breezed into Lap No. 398 of the 400-lap race. But the handsome, curly- haired veteran found himself in trouble, too. His fuel gauge registered empty. "I wiggled her back and fourth to slosh more gas into the line," said the happy Lorenzen later. "I managed to make lap No. 399 with power, but I simply threw her out of gear and coasted the last lap." The victory over the 1% mile high-banked Charlotte Motor Speedway, which packed an estimated 60,000 into its sunlit environs, was worth $27,780 to the virons, was worth $27,780 to the Ford-driving Lorenzen. MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED Press Sunday's Games Decatur 8, Quincy 1 Cedar Rapids 6, Wisconsin Rapids 0 Fox Cities 9, Dubuque 5 Clinton 14, Waterloo 6 Burlington at Quad Cities ppd., rain. Saturday's Games Quincy 12, Decatur 1 Fox Cities 12, Dubuque 7 Burlington 12, Quad Cities 5 Midwest League Standings W. L. Pet. G.B. Clinton 23 9 .719 — Burlington ... 17 11 .607 4 Waterloo 15 13 1336 6 Dubuque 14 13 .519 6 J / 2 Fox Cities ... 16 16 .500 7 Quad Cities ..15 15 .500 7 Cedar Rapids 13 15 .464 8 Quincy 13 20 .394 10% Wis. Rapids ..12 19 .387 10%! Decatur .... 11 18 .379 Pastrano, a l-to-5 underdog, won the championship Saturday night in the boxing upset of the year with a split 15-round decision over Johnson. The fight was nationally televised from the Las Vegas Con vention Center. "I'm not saying that the underworld dictated the decision," said the silver-haired Olivieri. "But the betting was 5-1 and 6-1 for my boy and they let the underdog win. What do you think?" There was no verbal or written rematch agreement, Pastrano's manager, Angelo Dundee, said. Olivieri said he would ask Emile Bruneau, chairman of the World Boxing Association championship committee, to give Johnson a rematch with 90 days. Referee Jimmy Olivas scored the fight 69-68 and judge Harry Kraufe 69-67, both for Pastrano. Judge John Romero had it 69-68 for Johnson. The Associated Press had it 70-69 for Pastrano. It was 7-5 that Pastrano wouldn't last the route against the 34-year-old champion from Philadelphia who had not been whipped in almost eight years. But Pastrano outboxed and outfoxed Johnson in a fight that was far better than many anticipated. There were no knockdowns, but Johnson nailed Willie with right smashes in the fifth and 13th rounds that made his knees sag. Johnson received $37,000 and Pastrano $21,250, the largest pure of his 13-year career. Pastrano weighed 174, Johnson 173%. Kutis of St. Louis Wins Soccor Title ST. LOUIS (AP)—Kutis of St. ,/ouis defeated Atlante of Los Angeles 4-0 Sunday in the Western Junior Cup soccer final. Kutis will play Eintracht of York for the national championship on June 23 in New York. Inside left Rich Manna scored two first quarter goals, which gave Kutis all it needed. Center ormard Jim Spotanski made it 3-0 and outside left Guy Busch scored the final goal. Russians pain Advance in Davis Cup Play By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Soviet Russia, Spain, Great Britain and Yugoslavia have advanced through another round of the European Zone Davis Cup tennis eliminations and France is expected to join the group today. France meets Brazil in the final two singles matches after taking a 2-1 lead hi their series with a doubles victory. The Spaniards eliminted Italy Sunday, taking a clinching 3-1 lead in the best-of-5 series at Barcelona when Manuel Santana downed veteran Italian ace Fausto Gardini 6-1, 6-1, 10-8. In the fifth match, Juan Courier of Spain was one game away from whipping Nicola Pietrangeli of Italy when darkness caused a suspension of play. Plans were to complete the match today. In the other matches, Russia turned back Chile 4-1 and set up a quarter-final test with Great Britain, a 5-0 winner over Belgium at Brussels; and Yugoslavia completed a 5-0 rout of Austria at Zagreb. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . American League Chicago (Fisher 4-6) at Los Angeles (Turley 1-4) N Minnesota (Pascual 7-4) at Kansas City) Wickersham 3-3) N Only games scheduled. National League Los Angeles (Drysdale 6-5) at Houston (Farrell 4-6) N Only game scheduled. Harris Defeats Coste in Match Play ST. ANDREWS, SCOTLAND (A Labron Harris, Jr., the U.S. Amateur champion, won his first match in the British Amateur championship today. He defeated Paul Coste of Jamestown, R.I., L up after a bitter struggle which was not ended until the 18th green. Big Three Absent, Sponsors Unhappy i Loon Wagner of the Los Dfl ware Park, noar Wilminp- I Anuflfs Angels hit 51 home runsjt'in. DP|., is one of (ho few re' for Danville in the Carolina Lra^u^niainini; major ram tracks to j in 19.")ii. i limit prnsrams to r:ight races. INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Sponsors who dug up $55,000 in guarantees for the Speedway Festival golf tournament were complacent Bridgehampton Race Won By Hansgen BRIDGEHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) —Walt Hansgen of Westfield. 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