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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1963 mid 1 Outdoors Uilh Harold Brand Lakers CanH Hold Lead, Lose, 9-8 SPRINGFIELD - The Alton Lakers girls Softball team couldn't protect a 5-1 lead Saturday and lost to Springfield, 9-8. Bev Conaway pitched for the Lakers, but wasn't sharp. She al- Dtinkrr Club Candidates ispotiMbilities of the Bureau of The Dunkers Club pained two Outdoor Recreation was signed more rnndidates recently on sep- by Frrsident Kennedy a few days arate occasions on Scotch Jimmy aco. announced Secretary of the Island. Rill Tm-tken of N o r t h Interior Stewart L. Wall. T h e Alton was carrying a lawn mower measure is considered the most on a dock after unloading it from important piece of conservation a boat. The mower bumped into legislation of the 19GO's. Udall a piling on the dock throwing said. Tuetken off halancr. ' The new law authorizes the Tuctken dropped the mower on- Secretary of the Interior: to the dock as he teetered before; To c and main(ain a ( . on . Jn the third the Lakers scored r. He is the I. ..... ,„„ ,'„„„,„„. „, „,* «,,^. thlec limes - Lea Pollls singled. Everything Going Okay For Hal Woodeshick Stl ' UC ' k ° U ' The Lakers scored twice in the first Inning when Jackie Hand singled and Star Travis homered. fallinc into the water. first frllow wr know about who I tinning inventory of the outdoor i recreation needs and resources cooled off before cutting the grass. |0f (h(? Unjted sta(es; The~other eveninc Richard Sli-• _ , , i , T-J j »" i -i A T" prepare a system for ciassi- mick, Edgcwood Avenue, visited K K •fication of outdoor recreation re- his brother. Charles' cabin nn the island to go fishing. Richardj sources: tripped off the dock and fell into, 1 the water before he ever R o 11 nationwide Jackie Hand reached base on ;.n error. A double steal put runners on second and third. Miss Follis stole home, Miss Hand moving to third. Star Travis singled Miss Hand home. Bev Conaway sin- To formulate and maintain ajglcd, Travis taking third. Miss outdoor recreation!Travis then stole home for the By DAVE O'HARA Associated Press Sports Writer MILWAUKEE (AP) — Just few months ago Houston soutl (jaw Hal Woodeshick was read to quit baseball. Now he rank as one of the game's top relie specialists. "Everything is going my wa now," Woodeshick said happil after a brilliant six-inning relie job Sunday as the Colts defeate started. Most anglers prefer tojP lajl test the water temperature with! To provide technical assistance their finger. land to cooperate with the states; Will Wail A^ain i their political subdivisions anc After four years of waiting un-:private interests; til fishing improves, Waller Dick,, 1 TO encourage interstate Sanhorn Avenue, and his family, regional cooperation in planning went fishing last Thursday at a lake near Brighton. They took only a few small fish. Dick is acquisition and development ol outdoor recreation; To sponsor, engage in and as- ready to wait another four or more sjst rcsearch and educa ti 0 n pro- year until he tries his luck again. Won Fishing Awards Olon C. Smothers, who retired from the Alton Police Department June 1, 1958 recently won first place in a Denver (Col.) Post fishing contest, according to a newspaper clipping received by Los Means, 1114 McPherson Ave. Smothers who now resides in Canon City, Col., scored a 11-pound, •I'/a-ounce rainbow trout in a Reservoir. Twenty minutes after striking a copper colored spoon, Smothers had the big fish ready for the creel. He won a 12-ft fishing boat, a 4-hp outboard motor and a fishing weekend at a resort. We were told also that Smothers had made the lure himself. He was the first week's winner in a series of 13 weekly fishing contests sponsored by the Denver Post. New Law A new law outlining the re- grams; To encourage interdepartment cooperation and promote coordination of federal plans and activities generally relating to outdoor recreation and to accept and use donations for outdoor recreation purpses. Commission Studied Outdoors In 1958 Congress authorized the bipartisan Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission to evaluate growing needs and demands for outdoor recreation. President Kennedy directed the creation of the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation a month after receiving the Commission's report. Secretary Udall created the new Bureau and now with the new aw said: "Rarely, if ever, have an agency and its program had a stronger mandate or originated with a 'irmer basis." third run. Springfield scored once In the third and came back with five in the fourth to take a 6-5 leud. The Lakers scored three times in the sixth to take an 8-6 lead. Brenda Duke, Lynn Lusby and Lea Follis singled to produce a run. Lusby and Follis moved up on a fielder's choice. Scottie Freeman singled home Lusby and Follis scored on an overthrow at third. Springfield came hack with three runs in its half of the sixth to win the game. Thursday night the Lakers play it Venice. Friday night they host Collinsville. Both are Twilight ..eague games. Springfield will play here June 22. Travis Conaway rimsley 3nofrey Duke ms Helmkamp 000 Burke 1 0 0 Totals nnlng: Lakers prlngfleld Springfield Driver Dies in Ohio Race NEW BREMEN, Ohio (AP) — Allen Crowe of Springfield, 111., automobile racing driver who finished 27th in the Memorial Day 500 mile race, has been killed in a crash at the New Bremen Speedway. Crowe died in a hospital Sunday of head and chest injuries suffered when his car hit a wall. Another Indianapolis 500 mile race entry, Roger McCluskey, won the race thai cosl Crowe his life.' Crowe was forced out of the 500 when his racer slruck a wall on Ihe ; 47th lap. He was not injured in that accident. Crowe was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton. He never regained consciousness and died a couple of hours later. Last September in the Hoosier 100 at the Indiana Stale Fairgrounds Crowe's racer losl a wheel, flipped end over end, landed upside down and caught fire. He was hospitalized for weeks with burns and a back injury. But he came on to qualify for the Memorial Day 500 for the second straighl year—his Ihird of racing Ihe big cars allhough his career wenl back to stock car runs starling in 1951. In 1962 also, he failed to finish the "500" because of an accident. He leaves a widow and three youngsters. Crowe's death was the second among USAC drivers this year. Last year there were seven—including one at New Bremen Speedway when Don Davis, 29, of Tucson, Ariz., was injured fatally Aug. 5. Prince Philip Hurt In Polo Accident WINDSOR, England (AP)— Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, was bumped from his pony during a polo match in Windsor Great Park Sunday, a few minutes after the queen had left for Windsor Castle. He fell beneath the flying hooves of three By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Balling (100 al bals)—Wagner Los Angeles and Malzone, Boslon .343. Runs — Allison, Minnesola, 35 Hinton, Washington, 33. Runs batted in—Wagner, Loi Angeles, 38; Allison, Minnesota 35. Lakers (8) Player Follis land Springfield (9) AB R H Player AB R H 522 Walsh 4 2 1 4 2 1 Irving 433 Freeman 402 Watts 4 2 1 422 Snyder 402 4 0 I Estock 400 4 0 1 Kohl 200 4 0 1 Hamende 3 1 1 4 1 I Henderson 300 Miller 200 Rodgers 1 1 1 Schmidt 000 35 8 12 Totals 3 1 1 000 31 9 99 1234567 RHE 2030030— 8 12 5 001503 X— 9 9 3 Alt-Wood Wins Three ROXANA — The Alt-Wood Mer- chanls soflball team split a doubleheader with Vandalia Saturday night on the Roxana field, winning the first game, 4-3, los- ng the second, 2-0. Butch Rister was the winning pitcher in the opener, yielding five lits. Interback took the loss. In the second game R i p Ruppe of Vandalia struck out 14 Merchants in chalking up the victory. Bob Johnson, Who yielded five lilts for Alt-Wood, took the loss. Sunday night, Alt-Wood traveled to Springfield for a doubleheader with the Hawks. Rister ;ave up three hits as Alt-Wood won the opener, 7-5. The Merchants gol nine hils off Henry and Bee. Cal Johns fired a two-hitter in the nightcap for Alt-Wood, winning 6-1. Douglas was laced for 10 hits by the Merchants. Hits — Schilling, Boston, Fox Chicago and Wagner, Los Angel es, 60. Doubles—Versalles, Minnesota 16; Causey, Kansas City, Power Minnesota aand Boyer, New York 12. Triples—Hinton. Washington, 8; Clinton, Boslon, 5. Home runs—Wagner, Los Angeles and Allison, Minnesota, 13. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 16; Wood, Detroit and Charles, Kansas City, 7. Pitching (Five decisions) — Slock, Ballimore, 5-0, 1.000; Fischer, Kansas Cily and Boulon, New York, 7-1, .875. Slrikeouts—Barber, Baltimore, Bunning, Detroit and Pascual, Minnesota, 70. National League Batting (100 at bats)—Coving- Ion, Philadelphia, .351; Groat.St. Louis, .341. Runs—Flood, St. Louis, 47; H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 42. Runs balled in—F. Alou, San Francisco, 39; H. Aaron, Milwaukee, Cepeda, San Francisco and Boyer, St. Louis, 38. Hits — Groat, St. Louis, 73; White, St. Louis, 69. Doubles—Cepeda, San Francisco, 16; Javier, St. Louis, 14. Triples — Brock and Williams, Chicago, Skinner, Cincinnati and Flood, St. Louis, 5. Home runs—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 16; F. Alou, San Francisco, 12. Stolen bases—Robinson, Cincinnati, 13; Brock, Chicago, 12. Pitching (Five decisions) — O'Dell, San Francisco, 8-0, 1.000; Perranoski, Los Angeles and Simmons, St. Louis, 6-1, .857. Stikeouls—Koufax, Los Angeles, 78; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 77. the Milwaukee Braves 3-1 in a 17-inning marathon. Woodeshick allowed only two hits, one a bunl single, in earning his fourlh victory in five decisions and lowering his earned run average to a remarkable 0.84 for 42 2-3 innings. An American League castoff Automobile Racing Was Part of Crowe after trials with Detroit, Cleveland and Washington, Woode- shick was picked up by Houston ast year but was shipped to Ok ahoma City in the American As sociation after winning only fiv games and losing 16 for the Colt! "I was disappointed and readj o quit when they put me on th Oklahoma City roster," Woode shick said. "I lacked one yea o be eligible fdr the pension plan and had decided to say the heck with it. "However, my boss, J. L. Bald tvin, talked me into giving base ball one more shot." Despite Woodeshick's fine pitch ng performances, including a re ief stint as long as 7 2-3 innings louston Manager Harry Craf plans to keep him in the bullpen Yogi Berra Won't Pitch NEW YORK (AP) - There is bsolutely no truth to the report hat Yogi Berra is going to pitch or the New York Yankees tonight n their Goliath-David match with he New York Mets for charity. Ralph Houk gave the word in lleveland, before his Yanks took on the chin twice from the In- ians, that Marshall Bridges from is bullpen crew would work for he Yanks. With the double loss n Cleveland and Baltimore next n the schedule Tuesday, the anks are in a press for pitching, he Mets also will reach into icir bullpen, starting left-handed eliever Ken MacKenzie. The return of Casey Stengel to ankee Stadium for the first time nee he was turned out of a job too old after losing the 1960 'orld Series, was enough to inure a bumper turnout of "I Hate he Yankees" fans. Musial Ruptures Blood Vessel ST. LOUIS (AP)—Stan Musial ! the St. Louis Cardinals suf- ered a ruptured blood vessel in ack of the right knee Sunday. The Cardinals said the knee was wollen and inflamed and would eep the St. Louis star out of flonday night's exhibition in St. ouis against the Detroit Tigers. They said he may play in Philadelphia Wednesday if the knee esponds to treatment. Musial said he injured the knee lightly in Saturday's game NEW BREMEN, Ohio (AP) — Automobile racing was in Allen Crowe's blood. He proved that b> coming back from four major crashes in little more than a year. The fifth, at New Bremen Speedway Sunday, killed him. Just three days earlier, Crowe wen' after thousands of dollars in prize money before upward 01 200.000 spectators at the Indian spolis 500-mile Memorial Day Classic. His car hit a wall on the 48th lap, forcing him out for a 27th ; place finish worth $5,700. But he wasn't injured badly. Here, Crowe was going for relative "peanuts" before 5,217 at a half-mile dirt track. His sprint car struck a wall on the llth lap of the 30-lap feature. It flipped over, skidded upside down, then righted itself. : The 34-year-old Springfield, 111., competitor was unconscious, his chest crushed. But two of his rivals couldn't dodge his disabled car and plowed into it, giving Crowe another severe jolt. Two other cars nicked the pileup. None of the other drivers were njured, although the car of Chuck Engel of Reynoidsburg, Ohio, flipped over. Crowe was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton. He lever regained consciousness and died a couple of hours later. Bushy's Win Streak Stopped BRIGHTON — Brighton an 3ushy's split a Softball doubleheader Sunday night, Brighto vinning the first game, 6-4, an Bushy's the second, 18-3. The first loss by Busby's stop ped a 19-game winning strea .gainst class competition. Weidner was the first-game win er for Brighton, giving up si its. J. Howard and Dick Well ach had homers for the Windy City Teams Split Twin Bills CHICAGO (AP)-The Chicago Cubs and White Sox more than held their own Sunday while splitting doubleheaders. The White Sox, in fact, man aged to gain one-half game on the league leading Yankees ant Ori oles as they came back to swamp the Boston Red Sox 10-0 behind Juan Pizarro, after being out- slugged 11-9 in the opener. The. Cubs, again showing why they are still in fourth place in the National League, hung on grimly in the nightcap against the Phillies for a 3-2 win. The Wll ers. Jack Rhoades pitched f o Bushy's in the second game an ave up five hits. Louis Mormin aced Bushy's with 5-for-5 incluc ng two homers and three doubles Bushy's plays the Alton Jacksoi Chiefs Wednesday night at 7:3 t West End Diamond in Wow ^iver. against the San Francisco Giants .nd then felt something pop Sun day. Musial singled home a run i he ninth inning for his only hi in four at bats Sunday. KLUMP BOAT & MOTOR 1319 Milton Rd. HO 5-6541 ~ Boats 3s Motors Select from the belt names I other ponies, but managed to finish that period of the game. The prince drove to a hospital, but left after 20 minutes. A spokesman said he was not injured seriously. PEACE CORPS PLACEMENT TEST (NON-COMPETITIVE> JUNE 8,1963-8:30 A.M. ROOM 414, FEDERAL BUILDING 750 MISSOURI AVE., EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL. More than 4,000 Peace Corps Volunteers are needed to meet urgent requests from developing nations in South America, Africa and Asia. To be considered for training programs beginning in June, July and August, you should take the non-competitive placement test June 8. Either send a completed application to the Peace Corps before the test, or fill one out and submit it at the time you take the test. For an application, or more information, write the Peace Corps, or see your local Postmaster. PEACE CORPS Washington 25, D, C. Published as a public service in cooperation with The Advertising Council by Alton Evening Telegraph Central National Life Here it Is ... We Proudly Present Our FAMILY HOSPITAL POLICY: Insurance Company A Legal Reserve Stock Company JACKSONVILLE, ILLINOIS 1. Semi-private room NO LIMIT 2. Medicines (except blood or blood plasma or intravenous) NO LIMIT 3. All dressings NO LIMIT 4. Operating and delivery room NO LIMIT 5. Anesthesia and anesthetic supplies > NO LIMIT 6. Regular nursing service NO LIMIT 7. Nursery and incubator service (only while mother is hospitalized) NO LIMIT 8. 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Town We Urge You to Compare This With What You May Now Carry UNDERWRITTEN BY THE CENTRAL NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY A Legal Reserve Stock Company Jacksonville, III, NHL Might See Many Changes MONTREAL (AP)—The trading block goes into operation today is National Hockey League clubs gather for their three-day annual meeting and there's a suspicion hat bidding • may be brisk. Just what deals actually may be :arried out is something else. But t is axiomatic that clubs would ather swap players than see their alent snatched up in the draft. The $20,000 draft price is a sec- >ndary consideration. It used to be that the Montreal Canadiens, well loaded, were fair game for the five other clubs. Now the sagging Canadiens are casting about for help themselves. Defenseman Tom Johnson and center Phil Goyette long have been reported as bait for a deal. So also has Bernie (Boom Boom) Geoffrion, the burly right-winger. Goalie Jacques Plante is another possibility for the open market. Each, club can put 18 players, plus two goalies, on its protected list against the draft. If no deal is made for slipping veterans the club will likely be forced to put them on the protected list. The NHL's intra-draft session won't be reached until Wednesday preceded by the draft from the minors Tuesday. Phillies took the opener 5-2 behind ancient Cal McLish, who creaked his way to his fifth successive win. Three White Sox hitters were slugging heroes in the first game before 30,755, but relief pitching, a Sox forte thus far in 1963, failed miserably. Ron Hansen, Floyd Robinson and Pete Ward all set the Comiskey Park Scoreboard into hysterics; but Manager Al Lopez was forced to go to his bullpen five times in vain. Ray Herbert was the starter but he was knocked out in the fourth inning. Jim Brosnan (now 1-2) took the loss. Even Brosnan would admit that Pizarro was poetry in motion in the second game as he allowed he Red Sox but four hits while Chicago scampered to the 10-0 romp. Dave Nicholson, who in be- ween strikeouts hits home runs, banged his 10th in the 'fourth inning. Pizarro is now 4-2. Cub lefthander Jim Brewer (now 2-1) was the losing pitcher in the first game as McLish spaced eight hits effectively, including a solo home run by Billy Williams. The second game saw the Cubs make a six inning run hold up in :ho narrow 3-2 win. Williams igain was the hitting star as he accd a two-run triple to deep center in the third inning off los- Art Mahaffey (now 2-7). Ron Santo .and Merrill Ranew hit back-to-back singles in the sixth and a subsequent ground ball brought in the winning run. Cal Koonce started for the Cubs, but Barney Schultx pitched our innings of thrce-hil ball for he victory, his first. Schultz was bailed out in Ihc ninth inning by ,indy McDaniel. If was McDanel's ninth save, tops in the ma- ors. Milton Road Barbershop 1124 MILTON HOAO Next Door to Camp Electric Flat Tops and All Styles of Haircuts Children welcome BILL WOOTEN. Prop. Bob Astroth Will Become Principal SPRINGFIELD — Bob Astroth, former Alton High School football, basketball and baseball star, ilas resigned as athletic director^ baseball and football coach at Gri/fin High School. Astroth will become principal at Aviston High School, which is near Belleville. Previously, he served us coach nt Assumption High School (Enst St. Louis I, Aviston and Christopher and Springfield Jutitor College. At Griffin his football teams lad a combined record of 108 tnd his baseball teams won oiled for the city championship bur of the last five years. St. Louisans DragWinners Calemia and Murray of St. Louis, in a Double A Dragster vith n Chevrolet engine, were the Top Eliminators at the Alton Dragway Sunday with a time of 9:42"and 173 mph. Other winners included: Compr- itor eliminator — Lou Kamp of t. Louis, 10.86-1<I2; middle elimi- lator — Milner and Hosmnnok of Springfield, 12.59-113; bike elimi- lalor — Bob Bullington, 1.0.7128; junior climimitor — Ron Wiliamson of St. Louis, 13.02-105; itllc eliminator — Charlie Dola- 10 of Belleville 14.59-95; stock eliminator — Beyers Motors Plymouth of St. Louis, 12.87-115; ju'n- or stock eliminator — D. Erthal of Greenfield, 14.55-9S; and ptnv- ler puff eliminator — Mit/ie Wai- ace of Cahokia, 15.70-91. On June 15, the Alton Dragway vill sponsor the Gas Coupe and Sedan Meet with over $500 in cash riy.es. Sunday, June 30, the Alon Dragway will hold a club day nd the winner will receive a rophy donated by Jack Griffin. STOCK CAR RACES RACING EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT TIME TRIALS 7:M RACING 8:,'IO GODFREY SPEEDWAY Route 111, I ml. norili bf Godfrey SKILLED HANDS SPECIAL TOOLS GENUINE GM PARTS... 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