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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTY-FIVE WMA Appoints Thayer New Grid Coach Comes From Minnesota High School David L. Thayer of Fairmont, Minn., will be the head coach In football, basketball, and either track or baseball at Western Military Academy next season, Col. R. B. Jackson, superintendent, announced today. Thayer haa been head coach and athletic director at Ceylon, Minn., High flhhool fur the past five years. During that time Ills football teams won 29 games, lost 10, and tied 4, \vhilo his basketball teams hud 84 wins against 10 defeata and won several area conference championships. DAVE THAYER He is a graduate of Wentworth Military Academy Junior College, Lexington, Mo., and received his B.S. degree from the University o£ North Dakota, Grand Forks, N.D., where he was a member of the Letter-men's Club. He has done graduate work at the University of Minnesota, whore he was on the boxing team, and at Mankato State College, Mankato, Minn, from which lie expects to obtain his Master's Degree this summer. Thayer attended the Personnel Officers SJiool at Scott Air Force Base, Belleville, Illinois, and served two years as an officer In the Air Force. He was commander of the Radar Base at Rochester, Minn. Ho is member of tiie Ameri- ' can Legion. In addition to his coaching duties, Thayer will leach health science at Western. He is .married and has a son and daughter. All-Wood 2-0 Loser; Hosts Alton Chiefs The Alt-Wood Merchants softball team traveled to Ballwin, Mo., Wednesday night for a St. Louis County fast pitch league game and came away 2-0 loser. Bob Johnson started for the Merchants, gave up two runs and five hits before being relieved by Butch Rister in the third frame Rister hurled hitless ball the rest of the way. Cramer was the winning pitch er, giving up just two hits. Price hit a homer for Ballwin. Friday Alt-Wood plays at GUIcspie In a doubleheader starting at 7:30. Saturday night the Merchants will host the Alton Jak'kson Chiefs In a doubloheader nt Roxana High School fleld starting at 7:30. Sunday night Alt-Wood will again play at home, entertaining the strong DeVille Motors team of St. Louis in a twin bill begin ning at 7:30. Chiefs Beat Bushy's Tivice WOOD RIVER — The Altoi Jackson Chiefs softball team hand ed Bushy's a doubleheader defeat Wednesday night, winning the first game, 4-0, and following up with a 6-1 decision. Archie Crotchott hurled a no-hitter for the Chiefs In the first game as Jerry Voloskl gave up four lilts and took the loss. Cliff Wisdom pitched for tin Chiefs in the second game am allowed four hits. Jack Rhoade was the loser, giving up six safeties. Bushy's record is now 20-3. I plays P. N. Hirsch of Kane a West End diamond in Wood Rive Saturday night in a twin bil starting at 7:30. MINOR LEAGUES By TIIK ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Buffalo 5-1, Indianapolis 0-9 Atlanta 3, Syracuse 2 Arkansas 6, Rochester 1 Arkansas 6, Rochester 1 Columbus 2, Richmond 0 Jacksonville 7, Toronto 6 Pacific Coast League Salt Lake City 4-1, Tacoma 1- Dallas-Fort Worth 2, San Dieg 1 Oklahoma City 7, Hawaii 6 Portland 3, Seattle 1 Denver at Spokane, ppd. Mantle Hurts Foot, Out for 6 Weeks JOYOUS WELCOME CHICAGO—Teammates applaud and congratulate Chicago Cubs slugger Ernie Banks (14) as he enters dugout following his seventh inning home run in first game against San Francisco Giants in Chicago Wednesday. It was the second homer of the game for Banks and gave him a string of seven consecutive hits in his last three games. Cubs won first game, 9-5. (AP Wirephoto) Nobody Laughs Now At Surprising Cubs By BOB GIIKEN Associated Press Sports Writer The Chicago Cubs are acting ust like they're serious about this ame of baseball. Which, of oursc, just couldn't be. Everyone knows the Cubs are a cam you point at and giggle. nagine, a nine-man coaching taff and, of all things, an ath- tic director. Sure, a million aughs. Only, who's giggling? Certainly ol the San Francisco Giants. Nor ic rest of the National League, •for, come to think about it, nny- ne but dyed-in-the-wool Cub fans. The fired-up Cubs swept a dou- leheader from the Giants 9-5 and -4 Wednesday and vaulted into tie with St. Louis for second ilace in the National League, just ne game back of the leading Hants. •Rookie Ray Gulp threw a three- itter in leading Philadelphia to 3-0 edge over the Cardinals, mokey Burgess drove in the wining run in each game as Pitts- urgh swept Cincinnati, 5-4 and -3; Milwaukee outlasted New York 11-9 in 10 innings and Los Vngeles beat Houston 5-1 behind Jandy Koufax. The Cubs' sweep ol San Fran- :isco made it 10 victories in their ast 12 games artd six of nine with he league leaders. The Cubs lashed five home runs n the first game, but had to nave a little luck to salvage the nightcap. Lou Brock scampered in rom third with the tie-breaking run when the Giants' Chuck Hill" 1 : dropped a pop fly in short right field in the seventh. Ernie Banks hit two homers in the fitst game, and Billy Williams, Ken Hubbs and Brock one each. For the Giants, Harvey Kuenn and Willie Mays had first-game homers, while Willie McCovey and Orlando Cepeda connected in the nightcap. Gulp, a 5100,000 bonus right- hander for the Phils, had allowed only a single by Ken Boyer through 8% innings against the Cardinals. Boyer then collected his second single and George Altman singled bef tee the 22-year-old rookie struck out Julian Javier to end the game. The loss dropped the Cards to a share of second, one game off the pace. The Pirates' Burgess broke a 4-4 tie with a pinch-hit single in the eighth inning o: the first game and doubled in what proved to oe the winner in the nightcap against the Reds. The Dodgers' Koufax scattered eight hits and stroked a key single in a 'decisive three-run sixth inning against Houston. The victory, Koufax' eighth against three losses, pulled the Dodgers to within 1% games of tiie Giants. Bubba Morton drove in two runs with a bases-loaded single in the 10th inning for the Braves' win ning margin against the iMets. Milwaukee had blown a 9-1 lead behind Warren Spahn with the Mets scoring seven unearned runs in the sixth ard tying it in the eighth. BALTIMORE (AP) — Mickey I Mantle, the injury-prone superstar of the New York Yankees, hobbled to the sidelines today with a broken bone in his left loot which may keep him out of action for six weeks. The 31-year-old centerfielder, playing with typical all-out effort, sustained the injury while trying to haul down a home run hit by Brooks Robinson of the Baltimore Orioles in the sLxth inning of Wednesday night's game. While trying to make the catch and prevent the Orioles from tying the score, Mantle backed into the wire fence about 410 feet from home plate with his glove hand raised above his head. His spikes apparently caught in the fence and his foot twisted as lie fell to the ground. X-rays taken at Union Memorial Hospital disclosed a fracture of the third metacarpal bone—about midway between the toes and the inkle. His leg was put into a cast p to his knee. Dr. Erwin Mayer, the Orioles' cam physician who treated Mane, said the cast probably couldn't e removed for two to three eeks, and it might be two or rree more weeks after that be- ore Mantle can play again. Manager Ralph Houk said he /ould await further advice from Sidney Gaynor, the Yankee By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (100 at bats)—Malzone, Boston, .341; Wagner, Los Ange- es, .330. Runs — Allison, Minnesota, 39; Kaline, Detroit, 34. Runs batted in—Allison, Minnesota, 39; Wagner, Los Angeles, 38. Hits—Pearson, Los Angeles, 70; Fox Chicago, 65. Doubles—Versalles, Minnesota, 16; Causey, Kansas City, Power, Minnesota, and Boyer, New York, 12. Triples—Hinton, Washington, 8; Clinton, Boston, 5. Home runs—Allison, Minnesota 15; Wagner, Los Angeles, 13. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Balti more. 16; Wood, Detroit, 8. Pitching (Five decisions) — Stock, Baltimore, 5-0, 1.000 Fischer, Kansas City, and Bou ton, New York, 7-1, .875. Strikeouts—Barber, Baltimore 77; Bunning, Detroit, 75. Yanks Could Be Hurting Without Mickey Mantle By MIKE HATIIIST Associated Press Sports WrilerO Mickey Mantle's cast stretches • 'rom his toes lo his knee. And inite possibly to Ihu heart of (he New York Yankees. The blond belter, four-time home •un champion and three-time Most Valuable Player, suffered a bro<en bone in his left foot Wednesday night as the Yankees whjpped Baltimore 4-3 and regained the American League lead by .004 points over the Orioles. Doctors estimate the injury—a ;racture oi the third metucarptil ione, a small bone running across ihe top of the foot-may keop the Yankee slugger out. ol the world champions' lineup for as long as six weeks. And while no player on the Yankees is indispensable, there is lit,le doubt that the men in pinstripes are n radically changed club with Mantle on crutches. That's been jhown in the past when the $100,000-a-year center fielder has been sidelined. The injury came as Mantle ran into the center-field fence—there is no warning track at Memorial Stadium—trying to catch a homei hit by the Orioles' Brooks Robinson. His spikes became entangled in the wire fence as he backed up for the ball and his left foot twisted as he fell. While the Yankees were losing Mantle and beating Baltimore, the Chicago White Sox lost an oppor tunity to take over first place. Needing a doubleheader sweep over the Los Angeles Angels the White Sox won the opener 3-0 but lost the nightcap 8-2. Elsewhere, Minnesota continued to move up by downing Kansas City 4-0 and Detroit edged Cleve land 5-4. The Boston-Washington game was rained out. The Yanks' victory came when Roger Maris scored in the eighth nning after Tom Tresh banged nto Oriole catcher Dick Brown, (arring the ball loose as Brown ,-ocked his arm to throw to first on a doubleplay attempt. The umpires disallowed the Ori oles' contention that Tresh had de- iberately bumped Brown. The win went to \Vhitey Ford, 7-3. The White Sox won the openev on a bases-empty homer by Dave Sjcholson and a two-run shot by Jim Landis. John Buzhardt scat- :ered nine hits for his sixth victory against two losses. The Angels won the nightcap with a seven-run sixth inning uprising against Ray Herbert, 5-3 Albie Pearson, who stroked foui hits, broke a '2-2 tie in the vail} with a bases-loaded single. Kei By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. G.B. an Francisco 31 22 .585 — t. Louis ..... 30 23 Chicago ...... 30 23 Los Angeles ..29 23 'ittsburgh . Cincinnati . Milwaukee . 'hiladelphia Houston ...... 22 32 York .... 20 34 National League Batting (100 at bats) — Coving ton, Philadelphia, .351; Groat St Louis, .335. Runs—Flood, St. Louis, 47; H Aaron, Milwaukee, 46. Runs batted in—Robinson, Cin cinnati, and F. Alou, San Fran cisco, 40. Hits — Groat, St. Louis, 73 White, St. Louis, 69. Doubles—Cepeda, San Francis co, 16; Javier, St. Louis, 14. Triples — Brock and Williams Chicago, Skinner, Cincinnati, anc Flood, St. Louis, 5. Home runs—H. Aaron, Milwau kee, 16; F. Alou, San Francisco 12. Stolen bases — Brock, Chicago and Robinson, Cincinnati, 13. Pitching (Five decisions) O'Dell, San Francisco, 8-1, .889 Perranoski, Los Angeles, 6-1, .857 Strikeouts—Drysdale, Los Ange les, 90; Koufax, Los Angeles 86. McBride, 5-6, was the whine: with a five-hitter. Rich Rollins and Bob Allisoi homered for the Twins in suppor of rookie Jim Roland, who shu out the A's on two hits until he was forced out with elbow trou ble after seven innings. Norm Cash's ninth inning home provided the margin of victory fo; the Tigers when Al Luplow horn erod for the Indians in the bot torn of Ihe inning. The winner wa Jim Bunning, 4-5, the loser Jin Grant, 3-6. HEW! SCHICK STAINLESS STEEL BLADES .THRIFTY DRUG STORES, ^^fc ^^^ ^^_ ^^_ ^^_ ^^^ ^^_ ^^M ai^^BB ^MH mmjjm •«••• ^r WP 'iWBI ^^^^ ^^^ ^^W ^^M ^^W ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ team physician, before deciding ivhether to put Mantle on the disabled list, which would mean at least 30 days of inactivity. The Yankee star was to return to New York today. "I know Mickey pretty well," Houk said. "He'll be back as soon as he can. I won't put him on the disabled list unless it's certain he can't come back for a long period." Big Field At Drag-way Cnlamia and Murray of St. Louis won the top eliminator award Wednesday night at the Alton Dragway with a 9.40-172.001. Ted Kramer of St. Louis was the competition eliminator with a 12.27.116. Other winners included: middle eliminator — Gary Webb of Belleville; bike eliminator — Bob Bullington of St. Louis; little eliminator — R. Kemp of Jacksonville; stock eliminator — Boyer Motoi Plymouth of St. Louis, 13-108; and junior stock eliminator — John Ackerman of St. Louis, 14.40-95, - Two Amr-Hrnns. Dick Davies gf first p| . |( . ( , wjf| , ., ,-.„ v , clory . and Cliris Blorker. have horn the; Ql , p ,, bes(cd anofhcr bonus .Bmua surprises of the Evitish Amateur p i a yrr of some years back, Curt; j^wa^ 3olf Championship so far thisjsimmons, 3-1. IHSA State Baseball Tournament I1ISA STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT Danville 4, Schurx (Chicago) 0 Two Yanks Big Surprise ST. ANDREWS. Scotland (AP) i PUII ADKI PHIA i.ULALU.l.tUlA o!;l-timers had their reunion, but :\ ymmeMrr stole the show \Vrdprsday ni.uht in Philndt-lphia. Ray Gulp, a 21-year-old ?100.00f) bor'i: ( - baby, hilior as •kept the St. I-oviis C; — The st - Louls <*> Phlladel. (•) Player AB R H Player AB R H Flood Musial Boyer AHman .Tavicr n 0 HoaVc nn Oonzales cruised to a Ihr.-e- McCilrvcr 10 Philadel:>ltii Phillies; Simmons • f'armcl I Humphreys Olivo •t n n T. Taylor ( n 0 Dcmnter .'] n 2 Sievers :( 0 1 Lemon •100 Calllson .100 Dalrympe 0 0 Wine 5 1 1 323 4 1 2 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 2 [ Mi! Shantz week. Davics, the defending champion from Pasadena, Calif., has dispelled the belief that he was Philadelphia's pennant-winning "Whiz Kids" of 1950. of which Simmons was a member, lost a 3-1 three-inning reunion contest to! Totals Inning: St. Louis Phllndel. 000 Culp 1 n o o o n ooo ooo ooo ooo 30 0 3 Totals 33 6 14 123456789 RHE 000000000—0 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 X— 8 14 1 lucky to win the title last year at the present Phillies in the pre-j Hoylake. Blocker, a 23-year-old from Jal, N.M.. now assigned to an Annv liminary game. Gulp held the Cardinals hitless until Ken Boyer singled in the) missile base in Italy, has becomeifjfm. Boyer and George A'tmani a favorite of those Scots who like to bet on dark horses. Davies and Blocker head the surviving six Americans who teed off today in the fourth round of match play. The other four are Ed Updegraff of Tucson, Ariz., Dick Sikes of Springdale, Ark., Ron Luceti of San Francisco and Boyd O'Donnell of Hollywood, Calif. Blocker's opponent today was veteran Michael Lunt of England. Davics was matched against Scotland's John Wilson and Sikes, two-lime U.S. National Public Links champion from the University of Arkansas, faced Hugh MacAnespie, another Scot. Updegraff was paired against George Dixon of England, O'Donnell against Ronnie Shade, and managed two more singles in the more (Roberts -1-5) (N). Luceti against Anderson. Scotland's Brian PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Now York (Bouton 7-1) at Balti- ninth. The rookie right-hander struck out eight and walked four in throwing his third shutout. Simmons, ti-2, was not n bad pitcher, but had to suffer through an unreal third inning. Cu'.p started it off with a single and then Don Hoak reached base when Simmons slipped fielding his bunt. A sacrifice and another infield hit scored one run and a wild throw on a double steal attempt brought in the other. The defeat cost the Cardinals a •chance to move into a tie for first with San Francisco. As it is, St. Louis is tied for second with the Chicago Cubs, who won a doubleheader from the Giants. Bob Gibson (3-3) will start for the Cardinals tonight against Chris Short (1-5) of the Phils. Boston (Wood 0-1) at Washington (Duckworth 2-2) (N). (Only games scheduled). National League San Francisco (Marichal 3-3) at Chicago (Jackson 7-5). Cincinnati (Maloney 7-2 and Jay 2-8) at Pittsburgh (S-:hwall 3-2 and Gibbon 2-3;. St. Louis (Gibson 1-3) at Philadelphia (Short 1-5) (Only games scheduled). FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS OAKLAND, Calif. — Roger Rischcr, 197, Oakland, stopped Kirk Barrow, 183, San Francisco, 10. DETROIT—Sonny Banks. 203, Detroit, outpointed Freddy Mack, 176, Brooklyn, 10. Ma/or League STANDINGS 26 24 24 25 24 27 24 27 .566 1 .566 1 .558 IVi .520 3V 3 .490 5 .471. 6 .471 6 .407 9'/ 2 .370 IBi Wednesday's Results Milwaukee 11, New York 9 (10 nnings) Chicago 9-5, San Francisco 5-4 Pittsburgh 5-4, Cincinnati 4-3 Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 0 Los Angeles 5, Houston 1 Today's Games San Francisco at Chicago Cincinnai at Pittsburgh (twilight) St. Louis at Philadelphia (N) Friday's Games Los Angeles at Chicago St. Louis at New York (N) Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N) Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N) San Francisco at Houston (N) American W New York 27 Baltimore .... 31 Chicago 31 Kansas City .. 26 Minnesota .... 26 Boston 23 s Angeles .. 26 Cleveland 20 Detroit 21 Washington .. 18 League L. Pet. 18 .600 21 .596 22 .585 23 .531 24 .520 23 .500 29 .473 26 .435 28 .429 35 .340 Wednesday's Results Boston at Washington, night, ppd, rain. New York 4, Baltimore 3 Detroit 5, Cleveland 4 Minnesota 4, Kansas City 0 Chicago 3-2, Los Angeles 0-8 Today's Games New York at Baltimore (N) Boston at Washington (N) Only games scheduled Friday's Games Minnesota at Los Angeles (N) Chicago at Kansas City (N) New York at Detroit (N) Cleveland at Washington (N) Boston at Baltimore (N) FATHER'S DAY JUNE 16th GIVE HIM A PERSONALIZED MONOGRAM" SPORTSHIRT The exclusive embroidered monogrammed pocket makes this youthfully styled leisure shirt an extra thoughtful gift! Famous Puritan quality in 65% "Dacron"** and 35% Cotton. In sizes S-M-L-XL $5. Sir Monogram in long sleeves, $5.95 " -PACIION" II OU WMr» RIQISTCRID TMOIMARK F0« ITS FOUISTM Fill*. 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