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PAGE TWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1963 MacArthur Tries Again ToSaveTrack NEW YORK (AP)—Old Soldior Douglas MncArthur has told the warring amateur sports groups to hiry the hatchet until aflrv the 1964 Olympic Games—but whether his words will be herdtxi remains to be sren. MacArthur said in a bristling statement issued Tuesday that the feuding factions had agreed to do nothing that would keep athletes out of competition and hurt America's international teams. If they don't keep their word, the five-star general said, they would "well merit the condemnation of every sportsman and, indeed, every patriotic American." The general was appointed six months ago by President Kennedy to patch up the squabble between the Amateur Athletic Union and the new college-sponsored U.S. Track and Field Federation. The President said the dispute threatened to wreck the U.S. Olympic team for 1964. MacArthur presided over the dispute in January and again in March but it has broken out again, centered on the National AAU track championships at St. Louis June 20-22. The U.S. team for a scheduled meet in Russia will be picked there. The feud flared anew early this week when Asa Bushnell, commissioner of the Eastern College Athletic Conference, the largest college group in the country, reminded the ECAC members their athletes should not compete in the AAU meet unless the USTFF sanctions those athletes. The AAU has steadfastly refused to ask for such sanctioning, leaving the two groups at loggerheads and the college athletes out in the cold. a »' PRANK CLAUSE © WHAT SPECIAL BOWLING TIPS DO YOU HAVE FOR THE BOWLER WHO IS SHORT IN STATURE? To the bowler who is a bit shorter than average, I recommend, first, that he take approach steps that are a bit shorter than the average person's; in fact, his entire approach to the foul line should be about a foot shorter than is normal. Second, he should stand almost erect as he takes his stance — not bent over. Finally, the bowler who is small in size and stature should always use a conventionally drilled ball, not a fingertip grip, since, with his small hand, he'll undoubtedly experience real control problems with the latter. (© 1903, General Features Corp.) Pitchers Lock Up In Torrid Duel SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) - Right-handers Gary Modrell of the Reading Red Sox and Bob Bishop of the Springfield Indians entered the ninth inning of an Eastern League game Tuesday night — bothing working on no-hitters. Both lost them in the ninth and Reading won 1-0 on a single by Gene Giannian and Tom Williams' triple off Bishop. Modrell had lost the season's opener here when Bishop beat him —on a no-hitter. He gave up one hit this time. 25 POINTS A GAME DURHAM, N. C. (W» — A Heyman led Duke's basketball team, a victor in all 14 Atlantic Coast Conference games, in scoring this season with 658 points. He averaged 25.3 points a game as the Blue Devils won 24 of their 26 games during the regular season. POWER-FUL SLIDE KANSAS CITY— Minnesota Twins' Vic Power is in at third as Kansas City's Ed Charles tries to get the tag in. Power came all the way from first when Harmon Killebrew singled to center. Both Power and Killebrew then scored when Bob Allison blasted one over left field fence. The action came in the third inning. Third base umpire is John Bice. (AP Wire- photo) ^ Odessa Opens Defense of Tennis Title JOLIET, 111. (AP) — The tennis championship is up for grabs, but Odessa (Tex.) returns as defending champion in golf in the National Junior College tournaments today through Friday. Odessa will be seeking its fifth straight golf crown. A field of 92 players from 18 schools is entered in the 72-hole medal play event, which includes 18 holes today, 36 Thursday and 18 Friday. Nine schools will be represented by full teams. They are host Joliet, Odessa, Ellsworth of Iowa Falls, Iowa, Springfield, 111., Phoenix, Ariz., Dade County (Miami), Shenendoah ot Winchester, Pa., Flint, Mich, and Auburn (N.Y.) Community. . The 1962 tennis champion, Schreiner Institute of Kerrville, Tex., is not entered. Contenders among the 13 schools competing include last year's second and third place finishers, Hutchinsnn, Kan and Lubbock, Tex. loliet, 111., junior college champion, also is a big threat after being undefeated in 10 matches. Churchill Downs Okays Construction LOUISVILLE m — A $165,000 building program was approved Tuesday by directors of Churchill Downs Race Track. Wathen R. Knebelkamp, Downs president, told stockholders the money would be used to build more mutuel windows and rest rooms in the infield, two barns, a grandstand restaurant and for general repairs. Equador Convicts 2 U. S. Fishermen QUITO, Ecuador (AP)—Ecuador has convicted two San Diego turm fishing boats of violating territorial waters and ordered them to pay a total of $26,272 in fines and registration fees. There is no appeal from the order by Development Minister Jose Salazar. If the boats' owners don't pay up in five days, the boats will be confiscated. Ecuador, which claims exclusive fishing rights within 200 miles of its coast, said the two American boats were within the three-mile limit. The American fishermen insisted they were 12 miles off the coast. CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Cubs moved to within 3 games of the league-leading San Francisco Giants and handed Billy O'Dell his first defeat in nine decisions with a 6-1 victory Tuesday. Cubs Beat O'Dell, Trail By 3 Games in the first on singles by Billy Williams, Santo and Banks. Dick Bertell iced the contest in the fifth with a bases-loaded single. The loss was O'Dell's first of the season after winning eight straight. Osinski outdueled southpaw Ron Santo and Ernie Banks Gary Peters in the Angels' vie- paced the Cubs' attack, each accounting for two runs. But it was Bob Buhl's strong right arm which stopped the Giants and moved the Cubs into a third- place tie with the Los Angeles Dodgers. In Los Angeles, Dan Osinski hurled his first major league shutout as the Angels defeated The Chicago White Sox 1-0, dropping the Sox into third place, 1 game behind the Baltimore Orioles and percentage points behind the New York Yankees. Buhl fired a five j hitter and struck out four in collecting his fifth victory against four defeats. He was a last-minute replacement for Larry Jackson, who developed a blister on a finger of his pitching hand. The Cubs scored a pair of runs tory. The right-hander allowed the Sox only three hits and Peters gave up five until relieved after seven innings. The only run was scored in the fourth inning when Felix Torres opened with a single and scored on a hit by Lee Thomas. It was the second loss in the last eight games for the White Sox. Today, the Cubs will host the Giants in a doubleheader. Dick Ellsworth, 7-3, and Glen Hobbie, 1-5, will face the Giants' Jack Sanford, 7-3, and Jack Fisher, 3-6. The White Sox %vill play a twi- night doubleheader in Chavez Ravine tonight with Johnny Buzhardt. 5-2, and Ray Herbert, 5-2 facing the Angels' Ken McBride, 4-5, and Mel Nelson, 2-2. SPORT5MAN'S"SPORT5MAN3 ni-vMun^hiM OVERHEAD CAST SIGHT AIMING FOR A CAST fc-4. WHETHER vtxj ARE USING SPIN- FISHIN6 OR BAIT-CASTING TACKLE, POINT ROD TIP AT TARGET SO THE TIP IS IN YOUR SIGHT LINE. KEEP CONCENTRATING ON THE TARGET AS YOU RAISE BOP, SWINQING BACK VERTICALLY TO 12, 1, OR 2 O'CLOCK (DEPENDING UPON TACKLE AND ENERQX), THEN WITHOUT PAUSING, START FORWARP MOTION, ACCELERATIN9 TO POINT OF LURE« RELEASE', ROUGHLY, 1O O'CLOCK. ACTION IS SMOOTH AND SNAPPY WITH LURES, OR GENTLE WITH BAIT. REMEMBER: AIM AND CONCENTRATION. nalSi G*«1 Futon "LOB''CAsfiNQ~ WITH SPIN-TACKLE A «LOB« CAST IS USEFUL IN TIGHT QUARTERS *• 70 CAST SOFT? LIVE BAITS GENTLY TO THE WATER WITHOUT AN ALARMING SPLASH. START CAST WITH A PENDULUM SWING @. GO ON AROUND IN A CIRCLE* TO RELEASE BAIT AT I TOP OF ITS SWING (8). Godfrey Speedway STOCK CAR RACES EVERY THURSDAY! TIME TRIALS 7:30 P.M. Racing 8:30 P.M. 2 New Modern Rest Rooms 2 New Concession Stands New Lighting System City Water Now Installed Bleachers Cleaned and Repainted ADMISSION $1.25 MIDGET AUTO RACES Coming Again Sunday, JuJy 71 GODFREY SPEEDWAY Formerly Alton Speedway, Now Under New Management ROUTE 111 1 MILE NORTH OF GODFREY COMPLETE * PATCHING * REMODELING Residential or Commercial FREE ESTIMATES Ph, 466-1294 JIM VARNER Plastering Contractor Two Forfeits In Junior Church Play In Junior Church League Softball action Tuesday Calvary downed Sanford Ave., 20-14, and Main Street and Brown Street were winners by forfeit, Jim McCormick had a homer, double and single for Calvary and Chappell slammed two homers. Reilly had a triple for Sanford Ave. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Columbus 2-16, Buffalo 1-8 Arkansas 4, Toronto 3, (12 innings) Rochester 6, Atlanta 5, (11 innings) Syracuse 5, Jacksonville 3, (10 innings) Richmond at Indianapolis, ppd Pacific Coast League Spokane 4, Denver 3 Dallas-Fort Worth 4, San Diego 0 Hawaii 6, Oklahoma City 1 Other games postponed Outdoors with Harold Brand Canoe Capsized A three-day canoe trip downstream on the Current River in Missouri during the past holi day weekend resulted in two separate dunkings for Dr. and Mrs. Prank Boats, 1329 State St. They were accompanied by Mr. und Mrs. Ralph Stuart, 152 Eula St., Wood River. "It was shortly after lunch on he second day of our trip last 'riday that my wife sitting in he bow of the canoe and myself in the stern started into a •apids about one block long," Dr. Boals related. "The canoe struck a snag and flipped the canoe instantly. Both of us were wearing life jackets and we managed to hang onto the canoe. "Stuart was behind us beyond button-hook turn in the river which is just above the mouth of the Jack Forks River," he continued. "The Stuarts didn't see us in the water until they came through the rapids themselves. They were unable to stop. Two men who had been resting in their canoes at the mouth of the Jack Forks came .o our. rescue immediately and helped us ashore." Water Was Cold Dr. Boals and his wife found he water was ice cold despite warm temperatures of air. Their paddles and life cushions were retrieved by the Stuarts who had been carried on down- tream in the current. They at- empted to paddle back up- tream in a hurry but the current slowed them considerably. 'I don't know what we would have done without the help of he two other canoists who were waiting for friends also com- ng downstream Forks," Dr. Boals said. "We didn't loose much equipment because we had been warned to tie everything down. After the spill we made sure that noth- ng could come loose." The second dunking occurred Saturday afternoon when Dr. Boals and his wife attempted to cut across a swift riffle and the canoe shipped on so much water hat the couple were partially ossed out and got out to save the canoe and its belongings. They made it ashore and baito the canoe again. Paddled Most of Way This was the first canoe floa trip for both couples and the; have mixed emotions about goin; on such a trip again. Dr. Boal thinks using a flat boat with guide would keep them out of th drink. Stuart says that carryini so much equipment in a canoe i for the birds but he certainly hac a most enjoyable time. The couples camped on sane bars three nights and spent th night in sleeping bags withou pitching tents. The Current Rive was swollen from recent rains an there was a brisk upstream win the entire 55 to 60 miles of wate covered. 'We had to paddle hard most o the time," Dr. Boals said. 'W began the float at Round Spring Thursday afternoon and took 01 at Big Springs a few miles down stream from Van Buren. My radi was soaked in the dunkings an didn't dry out and begin workin until after we returned home. Lost Area The couples carried plenty c food and camping gear. Stuar carried home made fire starter which consisted of celotex soakec in parafin. Both Stuart and Dr Boals have been camping buddie for a number of years but don rough it too much anymore, Stu art said. "We saw scenery out of thi world," Stuart related. "On on occasion, we say a deer swim th river directly ahead. We paddle as far as 25 miles in one day." However there is 10 miles o lost country down there, accord ing to mileage guessed by fisher men along the shore. Dr. Boal asked several fishermen how fa an area was and received th answer of 15 miles several times Then another fisherman suddenly told him he was only five mile away. The latter angler was cor rect. Dr. Boals wonders wher the other 10 miles went. TOP PACING BROTHERS CHICAGO (UP)) — Stephan Smith and Irvin Paul probably arc the most successful full brother in pacing, reports the Harness Racing Institute. By the end o 1962 the 5-year-old Irvin Paul had earned $278,545 and Stephan Smith, 6, has amassed $223,936. ARROW SHIRTS naturally Anywhere you go... keep up with the news! Keep up with Alton news & sports ... all your favorite features! Arrange for a vacation subscription to the Telegraph now. Reduced Rates U.S. and Possessions. Through Sept. 15 Only! 1 Week ..,. 50e 2 Weeks,.. $1,00 3 Weeks.., $1,50 4 Weeks... $2,00 Clip this handy coupon now! Pleat* send the Alton Evening Telegraph while I dm on vacation. Vacation Subscription Rate. Good Through Sept. It only. Rate, apply to U.S. & Possessions. 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