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Section 2 Pages 9*16 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sports Amusement* Classified Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Dick Radatz Continues to Hurl Goose Eggs Parade of Pitchers As Cardinals Win 5-2 ST. LOUIS (AP) —"Now pitching for the. . ." It became a familiar announcement in St. Louis Friday night as the Cardinals and the Pittsburgh Pirates waved in an almost exhausting string of pitchers before finishing their night's work. St. Louis finally won the near- monotonous battle of wits, 5-2, for a share of first place in the National League. The pitching parade began in St. Louis with the score tied, 2-2, in the last of the seventh inning. Julian Javier opened with a single off Pirate starter Bob Friend. Tim McCarver's third hit, a sacrifice, and an infield single by Curt Flood broke the tie and ousted Friend. Then in succession came Harvey Haddix, Tom Sisk and Elroy Face, who each'faced one batter in the inning, Pirate .Manager Dan Murtaugh waved away Face after two hits, a walk and a hit batter produced . a run in the eighth. Bob Veale entered to walk in a run and then left for Al McBean,. who got the last out. Ray Sadecki went seven innings, giving up a two-run homer to Donn Clendenon, after replacing starter Ray Washburn wit.n one out in the first. Washburn suffered a recurrence of a shiul- der ailment. Bob Humphreys look over in the eighth. He retired the only man he faced and departed with a pulled muscle.. .Ed Bauta finished the inning, but .left for •: a pinch-hitter and Bobby Shant?' finally put an end t,o the contest. Pittsburgh (2) St. Louis (3) PJayer AB R H Player. SIU Gymnast 3rd In Nationl Meet CHICAGO (AP)—Art Shurlock, Santa Monica, Calif., is the first new champion of the United States Gymnastic Federation. He won the all-around title in the inaugural meet Friday night. Seven other titles—in rebound tumbling, tumbling, free exercise, sidehorse, horizontal bar, parallel bar and still rings—will be decided in the wind-up today. Shurlock, a former student at the University of Illinois' Chica- Ol'ManSpahn Blanks Bucs On 3 Hits MILWAUKEE (AP)—The Milwaukee Braves' youth movement is a joke to Warren Spahn. The Grand 01' Man keeps rolling along as the ace of the pitching staff at the age of 42. The southpaw wonder forced another revision of the record books Friday night as he blanked the Philadelphia Phils 3-0 for his 57th National League shutout and career victory No. 336. Spahn allowed only three hits, struck out three and walked just one as he boosted his season -record to 9-3 and moved more than a month ahead of his pace in 1962 when he "slumped" to a mere 18 triumphs. While outduoling 21-year-old Ray Gulp of the Phils, Spahn moved into a tie with Jim Galvin for seventh place among the all- time shutout loaders. He also climbed within 10 triumphs of taking over seventh among all-time winners and within 22 whiffs of replacing Rube Waddell as the No. 1 left-handed strikeout artist in major league history. go branch, (Navy Pier) and the University of California, compiled 107.5 points in the men's elite division. Tom Scward, Penn State senior, was second with 106.3 and Rusty Mitchell of Southern Illinois was third with 104.2. The women's elite class was topped by Donna Schaenzer of Flint (Mich.) Junior College with 71.7 points. Two Flint high school lassies followed — Janice Dunham with 66.2 and Mary Toth 65.5. LaMayne Durnham of Pasadena (Calif.) Junior College and his teammate, Joe Nappi, were 1-2 in the men's class A bracket with 47.2 and 46.9 points, respectively. In class A women's all-around competition, Colleen Mulvihil!, Champaign high school student, beat out Sally Noble of Michigan State, 33.8 points to 32.4. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles (McBride 6-6) at Minnesota (Roggenburk 1-0). Kansas City (Segui 1-2) at Chicago (Herbert 5-3). Washington (Daniels 0-3) at Cleveland (Ramos 2-1) Detroit (Lolich 1-1) at New York (Downing 1-0). Baltimore (McCormick 1-3) at Boston (Morehead 3-5). National League New York (Craig 2-9 or Stallard 1-3) at Cincinnati (Jay 3-9). Philadelphia (Boozer 0-2) at Milwaukee (Lemastcr 2-4). Pittsburgh (Schwall 3-4) at St. Louis (Simmons 6-2). Houston (Johnson 3-8) at San Francisco (Marichal 9-3). Chicago (Jackson 7-5) at Los Angeles (Drysdale 7-7). SfcHofteld Stargell Savage Clemente 4 0 1 Flood 300 White 1 O'O 1 Groat 200 Boyer Mazeroskl 401 Altaian 4 1 2 James 401 Ja'Vler AB R H 402 4 1 1 401 400 4 1 1 4 1 2 424 Lynch Burgess Clendenon 4 1 3 McCarver 403 Bailey 300 Washburn 000 Friend 200 gadeckl / 200 Haddix 000' Humphreys 0-00 Sick 0 0 0 Bauta 000 Face 000 Muslal 000 Veale 0 0 0 Maxvill 000 McBean 0 0,. 0 Shantz -000 Totals 31 2 8 Totals 34 5 14 Inning: 123456789 RHE Pitts. 000000200—2 8 0 St. Louis 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 x— 5 14 I Illini Play Five Home Games in'63 CHAMPAIGN — The 1963 University of Illinois football team will play five home games this coming season. The Illini begin with two straight home encounters. California's Golden Bears call Sept. 28 and Northwestern'* Wildcats visit on Oct. 5 UCLA is the only other non- conference team that Illini tangle with during the season. The Illini go to the West Coast to play the Bruins on Oct. 26. The 1963 schedule: Sept. 28 — California, home Oct. 5 — Northwestern, home Oct. 12 — Ohio State, axvay Oct. 11) — Minnesota, home Oct. 26 — UCLA, away Nov. 2 — Purdue, home Nov. 9 — Michigan, home Nov. 16 — Wisconsin, away Nov. 23 — Michigan State, away lowcts QB Leaves School IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP)-Quarterback Bob Wallace, who directed the No. 1 unit in the intra- squad football games this spring, has dropped out of the University of Iowa for academic reasons, Coach Jerry Burns said Thursday. The loss qf Wallace leaves Iowa with Gary Snook of Iowa City and Mickey Moses of Escanaba, Mich., both sopohomores this fall, and Fred Riddle of Collinsville, 111., a junior, as quarterbacks. NICE TRY, BUT HE'S SAFE CHICAGO— Kansas City Athletics second baseman Jerry Lumpe Lumpe got into this position while making a nice stop of drive by ) falls flat after getting off toss to shortstop Wayne Causey (2) Charlie Maxwell. Ump is Larry Napp. White Sox won, A-A. (AF i A A A _ 1> A. /"IKS „„ A Wri.:4. n Cff^-mr «»nn AW V*lfh-*r*1 1? *•&!*• TM Cf\n \&7l V*onll f\4~f\ \ in attempt to force out Chicago White Sox runner Floyd Robinson Wirephoto) in seventh inning of game in Chicago last night. Robinson was safe. Trojans Whip Arizona, Set Showdown Game OMAHA (Iff!) — Arizona, hampered by walks and errors in the first inning Friday, fell before the Trojans of Southern California, 6-4 taking its first loss in the double elimination tournament for the NCAA baseball title. Southern California wasted little time with the Wildcats, tallying five times before the Wildcats came to bat. Larry Fisher then held the Wildcats at bay with a superb relief appearance and set the stage for tonight's rematch. Each team enters the showdown contest with identical 4-1 tournament records. Arizona had won nine straight games before the first-inning disaster Friday. Loyola Cage Coach Leaves Hospital CHICAGO (AP) — George Ireland, coach of the NCAA basketball champion Loyola Ramblers, was released from Roosevelt Memorial Hospital Friday night after undergoing surgery for removal of kidney stones. Ireland entered the hospital June 2. His return to work is indefinite. ANOTHER LEFTY? CINCINNATI— Cincinnati's Jim OToole, winning- son born Thursday in a local hospital. "I'll try to make est pitcher in National-League, so far this season, and a let'ty out of him," O'Toole beamed alter the birth, his wife, Betty Jane, admire their day-old, nine-pound (AP Wirephoto) Nicklaus Will Play •I l In Next Week's Open By WILL GKIMSLEY Associated Press Sports Writer HARRISON, N.Y. (AP)-"I intend to play in the open next week if I have to carry my own clubs —and I've got a heavy bag." Aching neck or not, that was the determined promise of Jack Nicklaus as he pondered whether ie should continue pursuit of his chief rival, Arnold Palmer, today n the $100,000 Thunderbird golf classic. Nicklaus, scheduled to defend liis National Open crown next Thursday through Saturday at the country club in Brookline, Mass., came up with a muscle spasm in his neck Friday during the second round of the Thunderbird. Although in intense pain, he finished with a 72 for a score of 141. This placed him only four shots back of the lead. "If my neck's not sore when I get up Saturday, I'll play," Nicklaus said. "If there any danger of hurting my chance in the open, I'll pull out. I'll definitely play in the open." HobbieandMaxwell Windy City Heroes •/. •/ CHICAGO (AP) — Pitcher Glen Hobbie of the Chicago Cubs and utility outfielder Charlie Maxwell of the White Sox grabbed the icros' spotlight Friday night. In Los Angeles, Hobbie hurled he Cubs to a 4-1 victory over he Dodgers for his second decision against five losses. Both wins lave been over the Dodgers and mtil Friday night he had not completed a game against them iince August, I960. He walked only one man. Backing Hobbie was Ernie Banks, with his 14th homer, in he sixth and a double in the second that drove in the first Cub un. Ron Santo homered off Larry Sherry in the eighth. The Dodgers' only run came on a pickoff play with the bases oaded in the sixth. Willie Davis, Flon Fairly and Tommy Davis singled in succession. When Hob- threw to Andrew Rodgers at short, trying to nail Fairly, Rodgers fell down handling the toss. Davis streaked for home. The Cubs continue at Los Angles today with Larry Jackson (7-5) tangling with Don Drysdale (7-7). Maxwell punched his first home run of the season in the ninth inning to give the league-leading White Sox a 3-2 victory over Kansas City. The triumph went to relief pitcher Jim Brosnan, who held the A's to two singles in three scoreless innings. The A's broke up a scoreless duel between starter Gary Poters and Ed Rakow with two runs in the sixth. A walk, an infield single by Maxwell and a two-run double by Ron Hansen tied the score in the seventh. Ray Herbert (5-3) will be the Sox starter today against Diego Segui (1-2). Palmer, coming back after a month's rest during which he pulled his sagging game together managed to hold on to a tie for the lead despite a luke-warm put ter. He shot an even par 70 for 137, tieing 27-year-old Bobby Nichols of Louisville, who added a four- under-par 66 to a first round 71. One stroke back at 138 were young Jack Rule of Waterloo, Iowa, the first round leader with Palmer 67-71 and Art Wall, Jr.. the Masters champion and lead ng money winner of 1959, with a orace of 69s. It was a tight packag2 at the n;ad of the pack as 87 pros and three amateurs prepared for the final two rounds over the 6,550- yard, par 70 course. South Africa's Gary Player, the other member of the big three which includes Nicklaus and Palmer, was at 139—two shots back—with eight other tougn pros, Sam Snead, Jay Hebert, Dow Finstenvald, Gardner Dickinson, Joe Campbell, Bob Duden, Dick Crawford and Canada's Al Balding. Bon Hogan, the immortal four- time open champion, thrilled the nostalgic galleries by fashioning a second 71 for 142, well under (lie tialf way breakoff point of 146. MIDWEST LEAGUE By THK ASSOCIATED PKESS Quincy 4-2, Cedar Rapids 3-5 Clinton 3-0, Quad Cities 2-4 Waterloo 5-3, Decatur 2-1. Fox Cities 17, Burlington 6 Dubuque 5, Wisconsin Rapids 1 Major League STANDINGS By TllK ASSOCIATED PRESS? American Alt-Wood Divides Two Chicago . New York Minnesota Baltimore Boston Cleveland Kansas Cit > Los Angeles DECATUR — The Alt-Wood Merchants soft ball team split a Washington doubleheader with the DecaUir Friclaj Merchants Friday night, winning 1 Washington -2, Cleveland 2-3, the first game, 13-0, but dropping ! tw i-nijjhl. second .mime 19 innings 35 25 .583 31 23 .574 32 26 .552 33 27 .550 29 25 .537 28 27 .509 29 29 .500 29 34 AW 24 3:i .421 21 42 .333 the second encounter, 8-0. Rister was the winning pitcher n the first game, giving up four hits, striking out four and walking tour. Wintjen had 3-for-3 for Alt- Wood and West, Met/ and Davis each lilt homers. In the second game, Thornton! illowed Alt-Wood two hits, by Noll md Boverie, as he struck out 141 tnd walked one. Godar was the osing pitcher. Tonight Al-Wood hosts Spring-i ield in a doubleheader at Roxana | starting at 7:30. I New York 4, Detroit 2 Boston 5, Baltimore 1 Chicago 3, Kansas City 2 Minnesota 3, Los Angoles 2 Today's ttamrs Los Angeles al Minnesota Kansas City at Chicago Washington at Cleveland Detroit at New York Baltimore at Boston Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Minnesota, 2 Kansas City at Chicago, 2 Washington at Cleveland, 2 Detroit at New York 2 St. Louis .... San Francisco Los Angeles . Chicago Cincinnati ... Milwaukee Pittsburgh . Philadelphia Houston . Now York . National l,<mgue W. L. Pet. G.B. 36 26 .581 — 36 26 .581 — 34 26 .567 1 33 29 .532 31 28 .525 28 31 28 32 28 32 26 36 24 38 By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS American League Batting (125 at bats) — Kaline Detroit, .350; Malzone, Boston .343. Runs — Kaline, Detroit, 43 Allison, Minnesota, 42. Runs batted in — Kaline, Detroit, 48; Allison, Minnesota, 47 Hits — Pearson, Los Angeles, 78; Kaline, Detroit, 76. Doubles — Versalles, Minnesota, 17; Power, Minnesota, 16. Triples — Hinton, Washington, 10; Clinton, Boston and Cimoli Kansas City, 5. Home runs — Allison, Minneso ta, 16; Kaline, Detroit and Wag ner, Los Angeles, 15. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 19; Wood, Detroit and Hin ton, Washington, 10. Scoreless String Now Stands at 3 3 By BOB GKEEN Assorliited Press Sports Writer Dick Radatz is a large, burly young man who frustrates hatters with a simple formula. He just leans back and throws it past 'em. The 6-foot-6. 245-pound Boston Red Sox right-hander used h i s speed in two innings of spotless relief work in Boston's 5-1 conquest of slumping Baltimore Friday night. It was his sixth save of the season, in addition to his 6-1 wor>- loss record, and ran his string of consecutive scoreless innings to 33. Chicago retained its one-game lead atop the American League standings with a 3-2 victory over Kansas City; New York came from behind for a 4-2 edge over Detroit, Minnesota took over third place on a 3-2 decision over Los Angeles and Washington snapped Cleveland's seven-game winning string 5-2 in the opener of a twi- night doubleheader before Cleveand struggled to a 3-2, 19 inning riumph in the nightcap, the long- :st game of the season in the majors. Radatz, who hasn't allowed an earned run in 15 appearances ince May 12, needed only three pitches to work out of a jam vhen he relieved Earl Wilson vith the bases loaded and none >ut in the eighth. John Powell ;rounded into a double play on ladatz' first offering, and Jim Jentile fouled out on the second pitch to him. Charlie Maxwell hit his first lomer of the season leading off the ninth inning and broke a 2-2 tie for the White Sox against Kansas City. Ron Hansen's two-run double in the seventh pulled the White Sox into a tie. The Tigers' Don Mossi blanked New York on three hits through six innings before homers by Joe Pepitone and Clete Boyer in the seventh brought the Yankees from behind a 2-0 deficit. Jim Bouton, 8-2, went the distance for the victory, only New York's third in nine games with the Tigers this season. Minnesota moved .002 points ahead of fourth place Baltimore when Earl Battey's seventh-inning homer broke a 2-2 tie against the Los Angeles Angels. Bob Allison had a two-run homer for the Twins who have now won 21 of their last 27 games. Jim King had a pair of two-run homers in Washington's first game triumph over Cleveland and also connected in the 4 hour 33 .475 Ii .467 7 .467 7 .419 10 .387 12 1'Ylda 's Hcsiilts New York 10, Cincinnati 3 Milwaukee' 3, Philadelphia 0 St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 2 Chicago 4, Los Angeles 1 San Francisco 2, Houston 1 Today's Games New York at Cincinnati Philadelphia at Milwaukee Pittsburgh at St. Louis Houston at San Francisco Chicago at Los Angeles Sunday's Games Now York at Cincinnati, 2 Philadelphia at Milwaukee, 2 Pittsburgh at St, Louis, 2 Houston al San Franuisco, 2 Chicago at Los Angeles, 2 Pitching (Five decisions) — Stock, Baltimore, 5-0, 1.000; Ra datz, Boston, 6-1, .857. Strikeouts —• Pascual, Minnesota, 86; Barber, Baltimore, 84. National League Batting (125 at bats) —T. Davis Los Angeles, .351; Groat, St Louis, .341. Runs — H. Aaron, Milwaukee and Flood, St. Louis, 51. Runs batted in — H. Aaron 'Milwaukee, 47; Robinson, Cincin nati, 45. Hits — Groat, St. Louis, 86; White, St. Louis, 81. Doubles — Javier, St. Louis, 18; Jonxalex, Philadelphia and Cope- da, San Francisco, 1C. Triples — Pinson, Cincinnati, 7; Brock, Chicago and Skinner, Cincinnati, 6. Home runs — H. Aaron, Milwaukee, IS; Banks, Chicago, 14. Stolon hasps — Robinson, Cincinnati. 19: Pinson, Cincinnati, Hi. Pitching (Five decisions) —McBean, Pittsburgh, 6-1, .857; Ma- lonoy, Cincinnati and O'Dell, San Francisco, 9-2, .818. Strikeouts — Drysdulc, Los Angeles, 104; Koufax, Los Angeles, 102. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS fEANECK, N.J.—Doug Jones. 194, Yonkers, N.Y., defeated Billy Daniels, 189'-, Brooklyn, N.Y. ! COLOGNE, Germany - Luszlc Papp, 158, Hungary knocked out Charlie Cotton. l(H :l i, Toledo, jOhio, 7. NEW CASTLE—D i c k W i p - perniiin. 200. Buffalo, N.Y., defeated Lloyd Washington, 200, Buffalo, N.Y., X. NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Billy Collins, Nashville, stopped Guy Suni- lin, Mobile, Ala. 6, welterweights. minute nightcap. Willie Kirkland ended the 19 inning marathon with his second homer of the game. He had prolonged it with an llth inning homer that tied it 2-2. Chiefs Take 2 At Waterloo, 5-1 and 11-4 WATERLOO — The Alton Jackson Chiefs swept a doubleheader from Waterloo Friday night by scores of 5-1 and 11-4. In the first game Burmester slammed a homer as Crotchett gained the victory. Phillips took I he loss for Waterloo. Both Smith and Watkins collected romidtripix-Tx In the second contest, Walkins banging three liils in (our appearances. Calvin was the victor, Richards the loser. The Chiefs host Dccatur Aylco U the Jaycee field tonight. J, J, WUELLNER & SON 101 OAK ST., ALTON DIAL HO 5.4258 STOP WISHING .. START DRIVING! Got a "pocketful of dreams" about a newer oar but lack the ready cash to match? Look into ii low cost Auto Loan from us. Action will be fast! Convenient terras! PHONE HO 2-9214 OK SEE KEN'NEY KLOOS MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. 311 Ridice, near Broadway \

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