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FRIDAY, JUixiE 14, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Vander Meer Still Recalls No-Hitters By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer In the 25 years since June 15, 1938, Johnny Vander Meer has told the story of his two nc-hitters so often that he can start at midnight and name batter, count and umpire. The memories still are green although the Dutchman Is 46 with a lew extra pounds around the middle and a little gray seeding on the top. Spencer Tracy was playing "Boys Town," Lawrin had just won the Derby and Doug Corrigan was preparing to fly to Dublin— the wrong way — when Vander Meer came to Broadway from Cincinnati with one no-hitter already in his pocket. John had blanked the Boston Braves, then managed by Casey Stengel, 3-0 on Saturday afternoon, June 11 in Cincinnati. Now it was Wednesday night the 15th and Larry MacPhail was Introducing night baseball at Ebbets Field, little knowing that Vander Meer would put the icing on tile cake with his second no- hitter. Located by telephone the other midnight at a Key West, Fla., motel, he willingly recalled his night of fame. "I was quick that night," the heavy voice said over some 1,600 miles of cables. "Lorn (catcher Ernie Lombard!) calltxl only four or five curve balls the first seven innings. Then we switched to the curve. "The ninth? I'll never forget it. I got the first man out (Buddy Hassett). Then I walked the bases full. The next man hit to Lew Riggs at third base and lie went to the plate. Loin held the ball for the force out. "Then Durocher was up. I got two strikes and a ball. I had him struck out on the next pitch but Bill Stewart called it a ball. The next pitch he popped up to short center and Harry Craft caught it. "The first guy out to the mound was Stewart. 'If you didn't get that, I blew it for you,' he told me. I didn't even know it was a record for organized ball." Did Vander Meer have any special plans for celebrating his 25th anniversary? "Twenty five years ago when the game was over in Brooklyn I went fishing, over in Jersey, my old home state," said Johnny. "This Saturday morning at 4 o'clock I have an appointment to go bass fishing." BOWLING BOWL HAVEN Thursday Mixed Holt 174-180-184 (538), Koppenhauer 211, Laws 194, Leady 190, Beckman 1,91-167. Men — Edgar 224-257 (617), Holt 201-207, Hilgert 215, Leady 209, Bohlman 204. BOWL ARENA Thursday Mixed Men - Bleuins 221 (541), Wells 189-187-196 (572), Basti 225 (556), Martin 212 (539), Wilfong 205 (506) Women — Bleuins 210, Martin 161, Adler 163, Leonberger 165, Wells 162. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSQCIATED PRESS MIAMI, Fla.—Ton Mammarelli, 131, Pittsburgh, outpointed Santo Flores, 128, Miami, 8, HONOLULU — Hurricane Kid, 153%, San Francisco, knocked out Avtufo Macias, 156, Agua Caiien- te, Mexico, 1. Mays 9 Smash Plunges Cubs To 5th Place CHICAGO (AP) - An extra- inning 390-foot smash by Willie Mays defeated the Chicago Cubs 2-1 Thursday night, plunging them nto fifth place. Meanwhile, the idle White Sox eased into the American League ead by virtue of a 5-4 Baltimore Oriole victory over the New York Yankees. The Cubs' Dick Ellsworth limited the San Francisco Giants to lust three hits going into the 10th .nning at Candlestick Park. But Mays, who earlier cut off a Cub ht-eat with a great fielding play, smashed a 1-1 pitch over the left- center field fence. The other Giant run cnme on a seventh inning home run by Felipe AIou. Ellsworth drove in the Cubs' only run with a single in the fifth nning. The Cubs threatened again n the sixth, but veteran Billy O'Dell thereafter dispatched the ast 13 batters to face him. The Cubs play a night game at Los Angeles today with Glen Hobble trying tor his second Victory against five defeats. Bob Miller, with a 4-2 record, will pitch for the Dodgers. The While Sox will try to protect their .010 percentage point lead Friday in a Comiskcy Park night game with the Kansas City A's. Gary Peters (3-3) is scheduled for the Sox and Ed Rakow (6-3) for the Athletics. MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Decatur 3-1, Waterloo 1-7 Fox Cities 4-0, Burlington 2-1 Dubuque 5-4, Wisconsin Rapids 4-5 Los Angeles 7, Quad Cities I (exhibition) HARRISON, N.Y. (AP) — Arnold Palmer has it going again, and that is unsettling news for the men who scramble for purses on professional golf's golden highway. 'It wasn't work like it hat been recently — it was fun again for a change," the perfectly relaxed three-time Masters champion beamed after posting a 3-under- par 67 Thursday for a share of the first round lead in the $100,000 Thunderbird Classic. Tied with Palmer going into today's second round was an awed, 24-year-old rookie pro from Waterloo, Iowa, Jack Rule. Arnold had two-stroke cushion over his principal rivals, Jack Nicklaus and ary Player. Nicklaus, his putting touch cold, and Player, favored by a lucky ruling, were bunched with a dozen at 69. Ben Hogan, making a tournament comeback at the age of 50, was close with 71. m * ,,.nrt j Craduate 8 In. Personal TV A fine "small" TV __ _ with performance 11^1 features of large I ••• sets. Sharpest, ™ " Clearest pictures No Money ycm'll ever seel Down. . I Hot An Earphone Jaelc For Private tisfMino P/eo/vref Built-in Aerial Jint 12x7x12 Inehftl Only 17 Lbtl 6-Trans. POCKET RADIO 10" 8 5-Tube TABLE RADIO 88 With battery, earphone and a carry case. Rne recepticw Reg. $12.95— Several Colon!- Auto or Boat COMPASS 2 59 Dependable... accurate! Full vision design. ZEBCO Fishing OUTFIT 6" 5 Ft. 3 In. Rod, Splncast Red' 100 Yd. of line. 1/4 Inch "Fury" DRILL J'ROADMASTER" 8 88 Jacobs geared chuck I Powerful, compacH 24 In. or 26 hu Sin —For Boy* or Gir/f— «J*R AUTO STORES "Speed-Sweep" Cmtfewr frame-rugged, long life I • BUILT-IN TANK • LUGGAGE GAMIER • BUILT-IN LIGHT • WHITE SADDLE • WHITEWALL TIRES • CHROMED RIMS 39" 400 BELLE STREET Spiegel Catalog Order Desk at This Store Downtown Alton HO 2-9261 Palmer in Groove, Has Share of Lead But the question they were asking around the 6,550-yard, par 70 Westchester Country Club course was: "Who's going to collar the lion?" Palmer looked like the king again as he cowed the course with his typically powerful drives and solved the spacious greens with confident putting. The 33-year-old Palmer missed only one fairway the 18th — and one-putted eight greens, sinking the difficult seven and eightrfoot- ers as if they were kick-ins. Playing in beautiful, sunny weather before a gallery of more than 10,000, nineteen players in the 138-man field broke par and eight others, including Sam Snead and Dow Finsterwald, equalled it. One shot back of Palmer and Rule were Bill Eggers of Henderson, Nev., Bob Duden of Portland, Ore., and Gay Brewer, Jr., of Dallas, all with 34-34—68. Marin Wins First 6-Mile NCAA Race ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.(AP)— Southern California's Julio Marin lias the first leg of a distance triple sacked away and goes for the next one tonight in the second session of the National Collegiate track and field championships. Marin is scheduled to go in the three-mile, one of the three finals today and tonight. He's entered in the steeplechase Saturday, Marin, from Costa Rica, sprinted away from the field with a mile to go Thursday night and won the 6-mile in meet record time of 30 minutes 32.9 seconds. It was the first time for the event in the NCAA. Arizona Stale University's Henry Carr tied the meet mark in the 220 and an aiding wind wiped out a broad jump record tie for Clifton Mayfield of Central, Ohio, State. Marin's victory boosted 21-time champ Southern Cal into the team lead with 10 points. San Jose State PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Detroit (Mossi 4-2) at New York (Boutori 7-2) (N). Baltimore (Pappas 4-2) at Bos ton (Wilson 4-5) (N). Kansas City (Rakow 6-3) at Chicago (Peters 3-3) (N). Los Angeles (McBride 6-6 or Osinski 5-2) at Minnesota (Roland 4-1) (N). Washington (Cheney 5-7 and Daniels 0-3) at Cleveland (McDowell 3-4 and Bell 3-4) (twi- night). National League Chicago (Robbie 1-5) at Los Angeles (Miller 4-2) (N). Houston (Brown 1-0) at San Francisco (Sanford 7-5) (N). Pittsburgh (Friend S-4i at St. Louis (Washburn 5-3) iN). Philadelphia (Gulp 8-3) at Milwaukee (Spahn 8-3) (N). New York (Willey 4-5 or Craig 2-9) at Cincinnati (Purkey 1-3) (N). was second with nine, followed by Villanova with six, Emporia Stale four and Oregon two. Carr. who has a pending world record mark of 20.3, was all alone in his heat of the 220, winning in 20.7 and beating Big Ten champion Nate Adams by six yards. The playful desert foothills wind cost Mayfield a meet record tie in the broad jump, hitting three meters per second during his 26- foot-7 jump. The allowable is Uvo meters (4.473 m.p.h.). Concert Saturday At Greenfield Park GREENFIELD — The second in he series of summer band concerts is set for Saturday evening n the city park. The community Dand is under the direction of Jerome Ruble. PEG Convention GREENFIELD — Miss Pearl 3ermes is representing HJ Chapter PEO at the state convention on the K n o x College campus, Galesburg, this week. Miss Ber- «ies will give a report of the convention at a special meeting June 19. Mrs. James Ford is attending the citizenship conference of the Homemakers Extension Counci at the University of Illinois this week as a representative of the Greene County organization. Boy State Delegates Listed at Carrollton CARROLLTON — Wesley Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Martin, James Kirbach, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kirbach, and Ron Hetelle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hetelle, have been selected by Carrollton High School faculty to attend. Premier Boys State at Springfield June 2329. J & A Springman HAS ALL SIZES OF PLYWOOD Godlrt'l, 111. Ph. 4bti-34Ul Performance champ;... for 5 years or 50,000 miles!* When Plymouth, Chevrolet and Ford met In a ten* event performance showdown at Riverside, California. It was to establish which one of these three cars dia the best Job with the motor running. As the results indicate, Plymouth pretty much had its own way- winning every acceleration test, the handling test, both passing-safety tests and the gas economy test. Perhaps the most Important point of all is that these were not "souped-up" special racing models, but standard production models with standard V-8 engines. And it ought to heighten your enthusiasm to learn that the "performance champ" has a 5-year/ 50,000-mile warranty* to back it up. It's some automobile. Let your Plymouth Dealer show you. #Y 0 ur Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's Warranty against defects In material and workmanship on 1963 cars has been expanded to Include parts replacement or repair, without charge for required parts or labor, for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, on the engine block, head and Internal parts; transmission case and internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drive shaft, universal Joints (excluding dust covers), rear axle and differential and rear wheel bearings, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable Intervals according to the Plymouth-Valiant Certified Car Care schedules. MAKE YOU* MOVE TO PLYMOUTH »™™"««»^SBffiSSiS "••*• •••* SPORTSMAN'S TU-at g»o. __ RABBIT SHOOTING On CROSSING SHOTS, AIM AT THE RABBIT'S BACK WJ-tiLE HE !§ OM THE 6ROUNP AS SHOWN IN THE TOP SKETCH. SWING 6UN MUZZLE AHEAD OF TARGET TO POINT OF AIM ON THIS LINE AND FIRE WITHOUT STOPPING. THE SHOT CONNECTS WITH RABBIT, WHATEVER HIS STRIDE MAY BE IF THE«UEAD»IS RI6HT. SHOULD VOUR AIM BE THE TOP OF HIS BACK WHILE HG IS IN MID-AIR, YOUR SHOT WIU. PROBABLY MISS. Ip POSSIBLE, LET BUNNY REACH 35-TO-45 Va RANGE FOR EASIER HITS AND LESS "RIDDLINe." Candy Spots Heads Field At Chicago By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Candy Spots, who was upset ast week in the Belmont Stakes, vill tackle the $100,000 Chicagoan at Washington Park as four ma- or races for 3-year-olds headline he Saturday thoroughbred pro:ram. The l^i-mile Chicagoan inaugurates the Mid-America Triple series for 3-year-olds, all worth 1100,000, and six rivals are expected to oppose Rex Ellsworth's Candy Spots, who won the Preakness but was beaten by Chaleau- ;ay in the Belmont and Kentucky Derby. Entries were taken Thursday 'or the $30,000 Queen's Plate, Canada's richest and most important race, and 19 were named lor the IVi-mile event at Toronto's Woodbine. It will be the 104th running of the 3-year-old classic. Seven or eight 3-year-olds are expected for the $35,000 Leonard Richards Stakes at Delaware Park, with 15 or more 3-year-old fillies due to contest the $15,000 Miss Woodford Stakes at Mon- iiouth Park. The Leonard Richards is I'/s-miles, the Miss Woodford (j furlongs. Older horses compete at Hollywood Park in the $50,000 Inglewood Handicap, 11-16 miles, and in the $25,000 Bowling Green Handicap, 11-16 miles, and ;n the $25,000 Bowling Green Handicap, 1% miles on the Aqueduct grass course. Tivo Honored By Carrollton Postal Workers CARROLLTON—Deane Clough, who retired June 1 after 36 years as rural mail carrier out of the ocal post office, and Frank B. Pranger, who also retired June 1 after 30 years as custodian of the local post office, with their wives, were guests o£ honor at a farewell dinner given Wednesday evening at Day's Colonial Room by Joseph Alfeld, postmaster, and he other postal employes. Both men were presented gifts Irom the group by Alfeld and Clough was presented a retirement pin by fellow rural mail carriers, George Pohlman, Arthur Brannan and Clair Carmody. Mrs. Meda Dowdall, a retired postmaster and other retiree members of the post office personnel were also present. Honor Awards at Carrollton School CARROLLTON - Miss Betty N o r d won the highest honor plaque among girls and Joseph Ostermann among the boys at St. John's High School of Religion upon completion of the 1962-1963 course. Others on the honor roll were: Jane Tapen, JoDell Tapen, Kathleen Rawe, Theresa Naber, Martha Kinser, Becky Hardaway, Carlotta Stinacher and Kathy Melvin. On the Group II honor roll were: Mary Jane Albrecht, Judy Carmody, Jean Ann Thien, Martha Kirbach, Peggy Kerkhoff, Kathy Staples, Phyllis Rawe, Carolyn Day, Linda Proffer, Mary Grummel, Mary Lee Howard, Joan Vandersand, Margie Conrod, Sandie Albrecht and Jan Wagenblast, James Kirbach, John Roth, Ed Kuhnline, Brian Ursch and John Alfeld. and Outdoors with Harold Brand Sunday Boat Races Some exciting boat races are scheduled for Sunday beginning at 1 p.m. on the Mississippi River at the Bowline Boat Club at the upstream side and mouth of the Hartford (Cahokial Canal, announced P. D. (Pappy) Watson, Roxana, a member. The St. Louis Outboard Drivers, which has many national show on Sunday. Aug. 18." Big Decision BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Sandy Koufax, Dodgers, posted ninth victory with fifth shutout, checking Houston on three hits in 3-0 triumph that protected Los Angeles' National League lead. BATTING—Bernie Allen, Twins, hit two homers and single in 6-3 victorv over Kansas City that If you had a good-sized fish move( j fourth-place Minnesota to ._!__.•»•_ 11.. t _- _*_.._ I- hooked in the face of an approaching storm and the wind began to roar like a freight train indicating a possible tornado would you continue to battle the fish or seek shelter? Dr. Ed Ko/.lrky, Godfrey, had to make that decision Monday within two games of American League leading Chicago White Sox. champion members, will run 121 while on. an overnight canoe float professional and two semi-profes-j trip with hs son. Frank. 16, on the I sional events, reported Comm. ^ '" "' "" " : ! Joliii.DorU'h of the SI. Louis Driv- ;rs. Sonic of the past and pre- ;ent champions as well as nation- illy known pilots are Bill Sci'hold lr., Ralph llcmmlngliaus, Bob j'albc, Jolin Woods, Joe Benolst and Eston Johnson. "We expect about 75 pilots to compete operating a maximum of 14 boats in each class," Dortch, past champion himself, said. 'If the water is fairly smooth, speeds up to 90 miles an hour vill be attained. However, we request that all pleasure boats remain off and away from the course during the races." Result of Wave Last May 19, Dortch was competing in the Championship Mile, Tenn., when a wake from a pleasure boat caused him lo capsize. A following racing boat ran over Dortch who was lacerated severely by the propeller. Dortch •equired more than 100 sutures ind also suffered other injuries, He is still convalescing but will announce (he races Sunday. The third annual races are cosponsored by the B o w I i n e Club ind the Kiwanis Club of Granite City. The boat club has 61 acres of ground with plenty of parking as well as picnic area for spec- ators who want to make an entire day outing, Watson said. The )oat club will sponsor a trailer joat parade Saturday at 1 p.m. rom Venice to Granite City. Comm. Ed Sclinider welcomes the public to attend. A fee of $1 admits two persons to the races. "An amateur water ski show will be presented prior to the races," Watson said. "T h e Bowline Club also has scheduled the Alan Water Ski Club to present a Bipartisan Pets PHOENIX, Ariz. W) — Clyde arwood, Maricopa County humane officer, uncovered the improbable while checking applications for a pair of cocker spaniels, named Ike and Mamie. The applicants were folks named Truman. FARMERS SPECIAL GASOLINE AND OIL PRODUCTS ACME OIL CO. Phone 462-3090 or 465-5882 W. P. GOSSETT, Owner HYDRODYNE RUNABOUT 16-Ft. Custom Deluxe with so H.P. voivo Jnboard-Outboard PIASA HARBOR McADAMS HIGHWAY LAZY C RODEO Sponsored by Mitchell Kiwanis.. .at TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY TUES. JUNE 18 WED. JUNE 19 3 Miles North of Granite City on Route 3 Bucking Horses! Bull Riding! Trick Riding! Jumping Horse Act! 3 Clowns! Advance tickets now on sale at TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY Admission—Adults $1.00 Children (tinder 12) 50c North Races and at South Knox- Gasonrade River in Missouri. Ko-1 zicky continued to battle the fish on ultra light spinning tackle, storm or no storm. It took him 15 minutes to land the fish which turned out to be a three-pound sheepshead t white perch lo you river fishermen). After landing the fish, the Kozicky's made camp and gained shelter. They were in a party of other guests of Dm Pippin, Commissioner for the Missouri Conservation Commission. The Korickys floated about 25 miles in two days from Adams Ford lo Highway K. "Wo took about 100 fish in all," Ed said. "I caught 40 the first day including mostly smallmouth sunfish, rock bass, pumpkin seeds and bluegill. We returned them ill to the water except the three- pounder. A. KO Wobbler and La/.y Ike, brown' white, and black'n white hackles were top lures." Persons interested in float trips of one day or more on the Gasconade or Osage F o r, k Rivers may contact Mr. and M r s. Richard Dickerson, Eden's Resort on Rte. (56 just west of the Gasconade, Waynesville, Mo. Locking Through Exercise This coming Sunday, the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary with the cooperation of the Corps of Engineers is conducting a Locking Through Exercise at VV i n f i e 1 d Dam, announced Capt. C. Arthur Davies Jr. of Division III. The Auxiliary will have Ihe houseboat Loaler anchored just downstream from the dam where skippers may inquire for instructions. The Engineers will have a man with a loudhailer on the dam to explain procedures. Check with the houseboat no later than 1:30 p.m. as the entry to the locks is set for 2 p.m. Davies concluded. CLARK Boats & Motors 313 W. St. Louis Ave. E. ALTON CL 4-7812 Power To Spare For • Cruisers • Houseboats • Pontoon Boats • Several Water Skiers • Fast Runabouts IMMEDIATE DELIVERY MERC. 1000, 100 H.P. $1248 Liberal Trade-Ins Long Suitable Terms All Other Mercury Ou/boards in Slockl SEE THE NEW MERC. Inboard-Outboard Drive GLASSPAR'S New 1963 Boats Marino Accessories Sterling Trailer* Water Sldi Ski Line* Propeller* HAROLD'S PLACE CL 4-3706 131 E. FERGUSON AVE. WOOD RIVER Mere. 110, Two Cylinders 9.8 H.P $357 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY on All Mercury Outboard Motors, 6 H.P. up to 100 H.P. SEE THE NEW 1963 AND GLASS MAGIC BOATS VISIT OUR NEW Big Showroom in the former Kroger Store on E. Ferguson Avenue. Trailers by • Thorobred • Paris Line Outboard Repair Service GUARANTEED REPAIR SERVICE. HAROLD'S PLACE CL 4.3706 131 E. Ferguson WOOD RIVER, ILL, LA* FISHING MOTOR Your Mercury outboard dealer will arm you with facts about the new Merc fishing motors ... information that you may need to convince your wife (or yourself) that you've just got to have one. Maybe your old banger is shearing pins. Mercs have no shear pins. They have a live-rubber safety clutch instead. Maybe you can't troll with your old motor because it idles badly and fouls plugs. Fishing Mercs have tilted pow- erheads that eliminate fuel "puddling" and fixed-jet carburetors that keep the mixture right. There are lots of good reasons why you should have a new Merc. They start easy. They go through weeds and shallows without heating up. They have full gearshift. If you don't have an outboard ... all the more reason to buy a new Merc. It will take you off the dock and back where the fish are hiding. VISIT YOUR MERCURY DEALER. There's a good chance that you'll get a new Merc 60 ... 6 hp, Merc 110 ... 9.8 hp, or a new Merc 200 ... 20 hp. MERCS are very light and easy to carry home. 100, 85, 65. 50. 35, 20. 8.8 and 8 hp outboard! O 1983. KIEKHAEFER CORP.. fond tin UM. Win tut Twgnto. SubiUiwv »' Siuitwrick CorpwtlM

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