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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

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PAGE THIRTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1963 Candy Spots Will Start In $100,000 Chicagoan CHICAGO (AP> — Preakness lorn?. SPEAKER Jimmy Hill, defensive halfback for (he St. Louis Football Cardinals, will be the featured speaker at the Father-Son Banquet at the Union Baptist Church Saturday at fi:30 p.m. in the church dining room. The public is invited to attend. Donations are .$1. Willie Williams is chairman. President of the sponsoring organization, the Men's Fellowship Club, Is Arthur Poindexter. Pastor of the church is John Oliver. winner Candy Spots has been named a starter by (miner Meshach Tenney for Saturday'* closing Balmoral day SlOO.OOn added Chicagoan at Washington Park. The Rex Ellsworth colt, beaten "1 was so satisfied with the way Candy Spots came back that wr-'re going to put him in the met?." Tenney said Tuesday nf ter he had walked (he Nijjro- mai'le colt. "Krnriklv, I was a little sm- Saturday in the Belmont for thp|pri«ed. hut he acted so Rood 1 second time by Kentucky Derby I have tc give him this chance. winner Chateaugay, will be top weighted at 12G pounds for Hie Chicagoan at a mile and a lur- Wright Misses Golf Tourney regv. lar jockey. Bill Shoemaker, who IMS seen up in all 10 of the c ; It's start. 1 :, eight of them victories. Alain threat for Candy Spots Saturniiy is expected from Maine Farm's Citation colt, f!et Around, winner of the Wither; and I second to the Ellsworth color ROCKTON. 111. (API—A field of | hearer in the Jersey Derby. Gel professionals, largest in the fi- voar history of the meet, is listed 'or the S7.500 Cosmopolitan Worn- 'n's Golf Tournament starting Friday. The meet, with a $1,200 first irize. is a 5-Miole medal play af- air ending Sunday at the Mackown course. Two No-Hitters 1 In Openers of Junior Baseball On the opening day of the junior baseball season, in the eight- year old league the Dodgers whipped the Seals, 12-0, the Giant's edged the Mustangs, 2-1, the Tigers and Warriors played to a 4-4 tie, and the Beavers blanked the Pirates, 2-0. Jim Yost was the winning pitcher for the Dodgers as Mike Bates slashed two singles. Nottingham lined a triple for the Seals. Hansberry took the victory for the Giants as teammate Gillison collected three hits. Mustangs' pitcher Mills was the loser. Wickenhauser for the Tigers and Rexford for the Warriors each fanned 14 batters. Gibson had a homer for the Tigers. Marmino and Williams slammed triples for the Warriors. John Lyon hurled a no-hitter against the Pirates as Tom Clark's double supplied the punch for the Beavers. In the 11-12 year old league the Rebels downed the Braves, 11 2, the Athletics slipped past Hell rung, 3-2, the Cubs walloped Ih Pirates, 7-1, and the Yankees look a 3-1 decision from the Cardinals Hendricke was the winninj pitcher for the Rebels as Flem ing tripled. King hit a double fo the Braves. Winning hurler Ton Pendt blasted a four bagger fo the Athletics and J. Waide had a double for Hellrung. Danny Con ner was the winner for the Cub and also banged out two hits Perolio boomed a triple for to Pirates. Rain hurled a nifty no-hitter against the Cardinals and struck out 15 Redbird batsman. Tom Brown had u triple for the Yanks. In another 11-12 year old contes the Tigers overpowered the In dians, 12-6. Hagen was the winne for the Tigers. Gaiter produced a triple and two singles for th Tiger cause. Harrington anc Laughlin had triples for the In dians. In the 13-14 year old league the Braves whipped the Yankees, 5-1, and Northside downed the Redbirds by the same score. Gary King struck out 13 for the Braves as Ruckman lashed two singles. Rain was the Northside winner as Kennedy, [ Wallendorf and Barrett belted two hits apiece. In the 15-17 year old league Hellrung, behind the pitching of Randy Pace, downed the Redbirds, 7-4. Ortiz Consults Lawyers About WBA Decision SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP)—Lightweight champion Carlos Ortiz, who has become accustomed to collecting 560,000 purses for title defenses, said today he is going to talk to his lawyers about the action of the World Boxing Association in stripping him of his crown. The 26-year-old Puerto Rican- born New Yorker charged the WBA has no authorization to dethrone him. "They are acting in a dictatorial way, as they always have," said Ortiz, holder of the lightweight championship for 14 months. "I have received several offers for title defenses at between $60,000 and $70,000 and all I have seen in the papers is something about &ome promoters offering $30,000 lor a fight against Kenny Lane. "It is ridiculous to expect rne to fight him for 30 grand when J can get 60." The WBA announced at Spokane its withdrawal of recognition from Orti/ Tuesday because of his failure to defend against Kenny Lane, a long-time No. 1 contender from Muskegon, Mich. Around, who did not run in any of the triple crown events—Kentucky Derby. Preakness and Belmont — will carry seco.id high wp'ght of 123 pounds and be ridden by Braulio Baeza, win was aboard Cbateaugay in all three of the triple crown races. Other likely starters are In The Most of the top women pro? are!Pocket, B. Major, Lemon n the field. Big exception is Mickey Wright, winner of. five of he Ladies Professional Golf As- socntion's first eight tourneys. Former champions entered include Sandra Haynie, who took he 1962 crown; Betsy Rawls 1960-1961), Kathy Cornelius (1959) and Mary Lena Faulk (19581. Mso competing is Barbara Romack and Shirley Englehorn. Baria-a defeated Shirley Sunday m i sudden death playoff for the Rock City Women's Open at Chat- anooga. The course record is 34-31—6'! shot by Ruth Jessen in the Pro- Vm event which preceded the Cosmo last year. The Pro-Am 'nund will be Thursday. and Jel. Traffic. Other possibilities are Cosmic Tip and Mr. Clubhouse Decatur Names New Basketball Coach DECATUR, HI. (AP) - Jack Kenny, sophomore basketbal coach at Stephen Decatur High School, was promoted Tuesday to varsity basketball coach. Kenny, 30, succeeds John Schneitzer, who quit to become head basketball coach at New Trier High School in Winnetka. The New York Mets were in 58 one-run games last season. They dropped 39. Responsibility Heavy for Cincy's Frank Robinson NEW YORK (AP)-The heavy oad of responsibility has put a ead weight on Frank Robinson's at. The slumping Cincinnati Reds' utfielder admitted today he was concerned about his unaccustomed 263 batting average but not half as much as he was over the belief :hat he was letting the club down. The Reds combed five pitchers 'or a dozen hits Tuesday in an 3-?. triumph over the New York Mets but Robinson went hitless in five times at bat, and was hitless in three at bats Monday night. "I'm the reason the club isn't up on top," the sensitive slugger sard in self-censure. "What I do or don't do affects the others. I lave to set the example. When I do well, the others follow me and they expect rne to do well. When I don't, I feel I've let them down." Not even the fact that he was .eadinj, the National League in runb batted in with 44, could ease Robinson's feelings. > "I'm not particularly proud ol it," he said morosely. "I should have had at least 60 runs battec in by now. And I know I shoulc be hitting 50 to 75 points higher. 1 Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" BIG DISCOUNTS AT WARD TIRE CO. 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Italian winners were Gina Lol- lobrigida, Silvana Mangano, Vittorio Gassman and Vittorio de Sica. The miniature golden reproductions of Donatello's statue will be presented July 27 to Peck as the best foreign actor for "To Kill a Mocking Bird," to Miss Page as best foreign actress for "Sweet Bird of Youth," and to Zanuek for "The Longest Day," named Medical Explanation PHOENIX, Ariz. Iff) — Clyde Garwood, 60, is supervisor of licensing for Maricopa County's animal pound field crew. For years he wondered why he had sneezing attacks while on the job. He learned this year: he's allergic to animal hair. the best foreign film. Palmer Goes After Thimderbird Title RYE, N.Y. (API—A thoroughly rested, relaxed but determined Arnold Palmer sets out Thursday to reestablish his shaky position as the N6. 1 man in professional golf. 'I feel great," the all-time leading money winner from Latrobe, Pa., said today as he faced up to his first competition in more than a month, "Nothing really was the matter with my game. I was just mentally and physically tired. "I am eager to play again and I think that is a good sign. This 13-Foot Vault All for Free NEW YORK (AP) - The firs man to pole vault 16 feet pattern across the bare skating rink am soared through the damp midtown air. "A new Lower Plaza record o! 3 feet 6 inches," said the man it the microphone. It was lunch h6ur at Radio City Tuesday and the people who work n the concrete towers had com? out for air. They squinted almost suspiciously and then applauded ce skaters, bands, choirs, they vere used to. But pole vaulters? Hardly ever. Jolw Uelse's, the first of the 16 BOWLING BOWL HAVEN Tuesday Ladles Ferguson 203, 166 (512); E. Fer guson 184, Murray 182, Heafnei .78, Voss 177, Well 172, Horn 171 162, Lenberger 169, Rost 165, 162 Hilgert 165, Fosha 164, 161. 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The football stars ran through a fe,v plays while Tommy McDonald of the Philadelphia Eagles needled them. Then it was time for the basketball men and Dolph Schayas of the Syracuse—now Philadelphia- club, Jack Twyman of Cincinnati, Tommy Heinsohn of Boston and Jerry Lucas, the ex-Ohio State star. Four golfers lofted plastic golf balls into the crowd. Frank Gifford of the Giants kicked a football into the street. Considering that the Olympic pole vault was won at 12-11% in 1924 and only 14-liy z in 1956, that vault of 13-6 in one corner of a concrete skating plaza wasn't a bad show. Especially for free. was the fi -st real vacation' I nave hnd in three years." In the Thunderbird, a four-day, 72-hole pifelude to next week's National Open at Brookllnc, Mass., the tough, muscled son of a Pennsylvania pro should learn whether he has finally snapped the back of a nagging slump. The 113-man field lists all of his big name rivals for world golf honors, ineudlng 23-year-old Jack Nicklaus, South Africa's Gary Player and 50-year-old Ben Hogan, onetime undisputed king of the game in a fresh comeback gesture. So the tournament this week and the Open next week at Tne Country Club In s Brookllne offer an extra special challenge for the larruper from Latrobe. Nicklaus checked in Tuesday from Brookline, where he practiced over the Open course and created a mild controversy by suggesting that the PGA tour be cut to 30 tournaments. "That's a selfish attitude," commented Doug Ford, former PGA and Masters champion. "Nicklaus is for cutting the tour because he has It made. He's not thinking about the other guys. He's not thinking about putting back Into golt some of the things he's taken out." Palmer and Nicklaus are top favorites for the $25,000 first prize in the tournament over the West- Chester Country Club course, but strong sentiment developed overnight for two other contenders. They are Dow Finstprwald, who led Monday's qualifying for the Open, and 41-year-old Julius Boros, winner of the Buick Open last weekend in Grand Blanc, Mich. {ratify his excellent taste with a new Eagle > suit or sport coat... hand-fashioned in the handsomest of contemporary weaves and models. 95 Eagle Suits from T o' s»5 Eagle Sport Coats from $45 WOOD RIVER Open Friday Till 0 P.M.

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