Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1963 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
June 15, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Publication:
Location:
Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Saturday, June 15, 1963
Page:
Page 10
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 10 article text (OCR)

PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1963 Skinny Brown Finally Gives in to Giants USC Distance Runner After Third Victory ALBUQUERQUE. N.M. (API — ; Marin's championship was one .winners Friday night. Carr sped Julio (The Bean i Marin has never ! of three decided in Friday's events j his century-furlong doable in 9.5 jumped a hurdle in his life but : with George Desnoyers of Boston: and 20.9 while Adams went 9.4 he's going after the steepie-ha.se College winning the hammer throw: and 20.9 in his two heats. championship tonight in an at- in a rare tie situation and Clifton! Southern Cal's hopes for tempt to capture a distance triple Mayfield of Central the (Ohio) State team championship were hurt Martin won the three-mile Fri-lal in the broad jump. day night, boosting his Southern Mayfield's points won't count in the NCAA track anc field meet, i College taking the first-place med-1 with the loss of javelin thrower Larry Stuart who had the best collegiate throw this season—267-3. His best effort in the preliminaries was 232-5V4 which didn't get him into tonight's finals. Southern Cal held an eight-point lead in the team race after four finals 20 points to Villanov.Vs 12. Other team scores: Oregon and Boston College. 10 each; San Jose California team into the team toward the team title however, lead with 20 points— all on Mann's : because Central State and 10 oth- two victories in thr three-and six-'er schools were ruled ineligible mile events. for not qualifying through the The three-day national colletf-; NCAA's College Division nient ate championships wound up to- ' last week at Chicago. night with finals in the remaining Henry Carr of Arizona State 14 events at University of New ! University and Nate Adams o Mexico stadium. ; Purdue were the only double-heat'State, 9; Harvard, 8; Navy, Ohio ANOTHER DISTANCE WIN ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.—Julio Marin of Southern California is helped off the track after winning his second distance race in as many nights in the NCAA track and field championships at Albu- querque. He took the three-mile run tonight in 14:24.9 just 24 hours after winning the six-mile run. And Saturday night he's due to run in the 3000-meter steeplechase. (AP Wirephoto) Jones Booed But Wins Bout TEANECK, N.J. (UP)) — Pudgy Doug Jones Frid;iy night won an unpopular decision over Billy Daniels before a. crowd of 4,000. Jones, third-ranked heavyweight sliced Daniels about both eyes and pounded out a 5-4-1 decision over the No. 6 man in the division. Under New Jersey rules referee Paul Cavalier had the lone vote. The decision was loudly booed. The Associated Press had Daniels winning 5-4-1. An AP poll of writers at ringside showed 11 thought Jones won. Si* scored the fight for Daniels and three called it even. The victory raised Jones' record to 22-4-1. Daniels is 18-3. Thornton Meets Menno on TV NEW YORK (AP)— Californian Wayne Thornton, who dropped a decision in February to willie Pastrano, meets Jose Menno, a Fresh import from Argentina tonight in a television 10-rounder at Madison Square Garden. Menno, 27, has an unbeaten streak of 16, including one draw. Thornton, a 13-5 favorite, has a 27-3-1 record with 18 KO's. The 10-rounder will be telecast nationally by ABC-TV at 9 p.m., EST. MINOR LEAGUES By TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS International Ixsague Richmond 11, Arkansas 2 Jacksonville 6, Atlanta 2 Rochester 7, Indianapolis 4 Syracuse 11, Buffalo 2 Columbus 13, Toronto 11 Pacific Coast Denver at Salt Lake City, ppd, rain Seattle 3, Tacoma 2 Spokane 4, Portland 3, 12 innings San Diego 2, Dallas 1 Hawaii 4, Oklahoma City 3 Were. Nearly Frustrated Alton City Clerk Paul Price and /is Means, McPherson A v e., went fishing recently to Horseshoe Lake in Southern Illinois and had to spend 1V Z days chasing outboard mechanics instead of fish in order to get their motor to run. In all they pursued five mechanics over a wide area who had just left for distant parts shortly before they arrived. "But after all the delay, the last mechnic discovered that the air and gasoline hoses had been reversed," Price said. "We finally got to fishing and did so only in mornings and evenings. The Wuegiil were biting good and we found the crappie were small. "The bass were hitting in the heavy deep moss," he continued. "We cast with the Webbfoot lure designed and made by Louis Jun of Alton. We got two strikes each in the moss from fish that you normally only read about. It was a tremendous thrill but due to the weight and accumulative mass of the moss in retrieving, we lost all the bass. Anyway (he fish might have swamped our boat." Duukcr (,'tub Candidate We have always been fascinated by colorful Indian names such as Falling Rock, Running Deer, and so on. It seems that it took the grapevine s i n c c: March to reach from Rapid City, S. D. to Alton telling of an area Dunkcr Club candidate who was dubbed White Waters. John Mudsou, Godfrey, made a two day canoe float trip with personnel from the South Dakota Fish and Game Department on the White River to observe and survey wildlife conditions. A spokesman said Indian drums in the area boat out the message that there would be food in the eddies tonight because some canoists were bound to capswe in the rap- Ids. Madson and his companion ac commodated the Indians by turn ing their 15-ft canoe over twice The biggest damage was to Mac son's pride and secondly to hi camera. White Waters, as Mac son was named by his friend commented that the water wa extremely cold. They didn't catci any fish either on the trip. Miiny Young Eagles The eagles residing in the Graf ton-Illinois River bottoms region are apparently holding their owi in populations, reported Harrj Steel Clark, Michael. Recently h spotted five young eagles on on tree on Mortland •• Island nea Hardin. Pike County Honored The Blue Creek Watershed pro ject in Pike County designed fo water supply and flood contro was honored recently at the lOt National Watershed Congress a the Sheraton Hotel in Philadelph ia, Pa. Alfred M. Long, chairmar of the Pike County District, ac copied an engraved plaque. Built with both state and Fee eral assistance, the project repr scnts an investment of nearl; $(j50,000. As a result, the town o Pittsficld, with 4,000 populatior has an abundant water suppl> and more than 1,000 acres of fer tile bottomland free from flood ing by Big Blue Creek. A 240 acre Lake Pittsfleld was also ere ated. Camping IxicationH Beginner camperu may writ the Division of Parks, Illinois Con servation Department, State Oi fice Building, Springfield, for list of camp sites and location o slate parks. Write the Depart rni'iit of National Parks, Washing ton, D. C. for information on na tional parks and forest camp sitos Or send 20 cents for a bookie "Camping" from the Dept. o Documents, Washington, D. C for camping suggestions. 'State and Army, 6 each; Stanford and Alabama, 4 each; Manhattan and Fresno State, 2 each; Massachusetts, Washington and Kansas 1 each. This is what Illinois competitors did; Qualifying for the mile finals was Tom O'Hara, of Loyola, who won the first heat with a time of 4:13.1. Bill Cornell of Southern Illinois University, with a tune of 1:50.4. came in second in the first heat of the semifinals of the 880-yard run. Another Southern Illinois boy, Robert Green, was timed :14.0J to take second in the first semifinal heat of the 120-yard high hurdles. Rain Hurls His 2nd No-Hitter Of the Week In the 9-10 year old junior baseball league Friday night, the Astronauts walloped the Falcons, 13-1. Pat Morrissey fanned 11 for the victors as Roger DeGerlia and Randy Springman slashed two its apiece. Tom Huebener bang- d a double for the Falcons. In the 11-12 year old league, he Yankees shut out the Cubs, 1-0, Hellrung downed the Indi- ns, 9-5 and the Hawks edged the lebels, 9-8. Danny Rair fired his second no - hitter of the week lor the Yanks, striking out 12. Rain hurled a no-hitter Monday night. Gary Bechaurd backed Rain's pitching with a pair of doubles. Paul Henkel and John Pellegri- o belted two hits apiece for the Hawks and Steve Hard had a omer and two bagger for the lebels. In 13-14 year old action, the Rebels slipped past the Bears, 4-3. Ion Ealey was the winner, Tom Juccomun took the loss. Leucht and Slagley had a pair of hits lor lie Bears. In the 15-17 year old bracket the Cubs and the Athletics played to a 12-12 draw. Willie Hardiman had a pair of triples for the Cubs, Frank Ket- chirtn had three hits and Lonnie Mecurio a homer for the A's. Seven contests were rained out. Harkness Ink Knick Pact NEW YORK (AP)—Jerry Hark ness, a 6-foot-2 All-America from hicago Loyola, has ended a brie, hold-out and signed a $12,00f con tract with the New York Knicker bockers of the National Basket ball Association. Harkness did not get the no-cu contract he wanted. He will join the Knicks' training camp at Up sala College in East Orange N.J., Saturday for the final da> of preliminary rookie workouts. The left-handed jump shooter who graduated from Loyola Tues day, was the Knicks No. 2 draft choice. He holds the Loyola ca reer and season scoring record: and averaged 21.6 points in 8 games. 42 Strikeouts In Twin Bill CLEVELAND (AP)— Cleveland nd Washington squeezed a triple- leader into a scheduled double- leader Friday night and wound ip setting a major league strike- iut record for two teams in a winbill. The Senators won the first game >2 and the Indians the nightcap 3-2 in 19 innings as 42 strikeouts vere posted. The old record was 40. Washington pitchers struck out six in the first game and 14 in the second, while Cleveland hurlers fanned three in the opener jefore winding up with 19. BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Batting — Julian Javier, Car dinals, collected four hits anc scored winning run as St. Loui moved into a tie for Nationa League lead with San Francisc by downing Pittsburgh 5-2. Pitching — Warren Spahn Braves, posted the 57th shutou of his career, checking Philadel phia on three hits for 3-0 victory BOWLING BOWL HAVEN Friday M«n Peters 207-266 (663). Bost 222, Grohnke 204, Graham, 202, Tribble 200. BOWL INN Friday M«n A. Smith 225, 225, Switzer 202. Jones 217, Berry 234, Sands 204. WILL INSTRUCT YOUNGSTERS The Alton Recreation Department will conduct nis and archery. At right is Angelo Barro, who will classes in various sports this summer and these three conduct baseball classes for young diamond aspirants, individuals will help teach youngsters the fundamen- Standing in the middle is Paul Skjerseth, who is gen- tals. At left is Janet McBrien, who will instruct in ten- eral director of the city's playgrounds. LA Dodgers Easy For Glen Hobble LOS ANGELES Hobble's pitching (AP) - Glen record in the last two years has been anything but impressive, but he's 2-0 in Dodger Stadium this season. The 27-year-old Chicago Cub right-hander was 5-14 in 1962 and had a five-game losing streak this season before he beat the Los Angeles Dodgers Friday night 4-1. The defeat knocked the Dodgers out of first place in the National League and boosted the Cubs to within three games of St. Louis and San Francisco, who share the lead. Hobble's only victories this season have been in Dodger Stadium. "This place is a pitcher's paradise," he said after the game. "You can make mistakes here and get by, whereas mistakes in Wrigley Field in Chicago can be mighty costly for a pitcher." The Cubs gave Hobbie good hitting support Friday night. Er nie Banks hit his 14th home run, plus a double and a single, and Ron Santo's three hits included a homer. F'OUK GAMES FOR $50 WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) If you think minor league players get rich in a playoff series youj better look higher than Class A. i In the Eastern League playoffs, Elmira bent Williamsporl, the pennant winner, three games to one, but each player getting a full share picked up only $46.14. The Klmira club, part of the Baltimore Oriole farm system, tossed enough money into the kitty to make each winning share $50. HOMER HITTERS HUDDLE ST. PAUL-MINNKAPOLIS — Leon Wagner (left), Los Angeles, and Bob Allison, Minnesota Twins, who along with Detroit's Al Kaline share the lead in the American League home run derby, have a little talk next to batting cage before last night's game in Twin Cities. Before last night's games, the three were tied at 15 homers apiece. Wagner and Kaline went homerless last night, but Allison stroked a two-run homer to take the lead with H, The Twins won the game, 3-2. (AP Wire- photo) Betsy Rawls Shares Lead At Rockton ROCKTON, 111. (AP) - Only hree strokes separated co-leaders 3etsy Rawls and Gloria Armstrong from 10 other challengers entering today's second round o) the 54-hole ?7,500 Cosmopolitan Women's Golf. Tournament. Miss Rawls, third leading mon ey winner on the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour, and Miss Armstrong each fired 37-33— 70 in Friday's opening round. Pa for the 5,935-yard Macktown course is 37-35—72. At 71 was Clifford Ann Creed No. 5 money winner. Grouped a 72 were defending champion San dra Haynie of Fort Worth, Tex. and Sandra Spuzich, Indianapolis Bracketed at 73 were Marilyn Smith, Judy Kimball, Jo Ann Prentice, Barbara Romack, Ruth Jessen, Kathy Cornelius and San dra McClinton. Topping a group of 17 amateurs with 76 was Marcella Rose of St Louis. One stroke behind were Shirley Dommers ol Belvidere 111., former state champion; Loi Woodworth, Rockford, 111., and Nancy Roth, Hollywood, Fla. The tournament, paying $1,20C to the winning pro, ends Sunday AgeTriumphs Over Youth MILWAUKEE (W» - Age hi umphed over youth in a pitching duel at County Stadium Frida; night. Veteran is o u't h p a w Warre: Spahn, an ageless 42, edgec rookie Ray Gulp, a mere 21, a the Milwaukee Braves moved int sixth place by defeating the Phil adelphia Phillies 3-0. Spahn allowed only three hit over the entire route as he postec his 57th shutout and the 336th vie tory of his brilliant career. Cul surrendered just two hits, bu both hurt and he suffered hi fourth defeat against eight vie San Francisco Wins, Shoves Race Into Tie By MIKE RATHET Aswdated Press Sporta Writer Candlestick Park, the home of he San Francisco Giants and the g wind, now has a heartbreak dge—a 15-Inch mound of dirt here Hal (Skinny) Brown finally urrendered. Brown, a 39-year-old retread Ight-hander toiling for Houston, >as forced to run up the white ng ns San Francisco edged the oils 2-1 Friday night and moved nlo a tie for the National League ead with St. Louis. Mixing up his pitches superbly 'hile waging his one-man battle rom the mound, Brown made one mistake in seven innings — Tom Jailer's homer in the second in- ing. Not another Giant reached ase before Brown left for a inch hitter after seven innings. It was Brown's second consecu- ive outstanding effort against the efending champions. The former American League hurlcr held the iants to one hit in 61-3 innings f relief only five days ago while vinning his first game in the Na- onal League. When Brown left, the Giants nassed a small attack, pushed icross an eighth inning run and leid on for the victory. The Cardinals reached the top •ung by defeating Pittsburgh 5-2 vhile the Chicago Cubs toppled Angeles from first place to hird by downing the Dodgers 4-1. Warren's Spahn's three-hitter— he 57th shutout of his career- ave Milwaukee a 3-0 triumph iver Philadelphia and the New York Mets slugged Cincinnati 10-3 s Duke Snider became the ninth major leaguer to reach the 400- lomer mark. Julian Javier collected three iingles and a double for the Cardinals, racing home with the run hat broke a 2-2 tie in the seventh nning when Curt Flood singled off the glove of losing pitcher Bob friend, 8-5. Donn Clendenon's two- run homer had. pulled the Pirates even. Ray Sadecki, who took over the first inning when Ray Washburn's arm trouble recurred, went the rest of the way for his 'ourth straight victory. He has lost four. Ernie Banks drove in two runs with a double and his 14th homer and Ron Santo also homered for the Cubs, while Glen Hobbie scattered nine hits. The only Dodger run came in the sixth inning when pickoff play went awry, allowing Willie Davis to streak home from third. Both of Hobble's victories in seven decisions have been against the Dodgers. Bob Miller, 4-3, was the loser. Moving into a tie with oldtimer Jim Galvin for seventh place on the alltime shutout list, Spahn got all the runs he needed from Tommie Aaron's bat in winning his ninth against three losses. Aaron drove in the Braves runs with a sacrifice fly and a two-run double off the Phillies outstanding rookie Ray Gulp. Gulp, 8-4 allowed only two hits in the seven innings he worked. Snider's two-run homer off Bob Purkey, 1-4, got the Mets away winging and they were never headed in winning for the first times in 12 games at Cincinnati. Ron Hunt led New York's attack with a double, triple and two singles in support of Carl Willey, who needed Roger Craig's relief help to even his record at 5-5. Aaron, younger broth w of the Braves' famous Hank flroye/ijn all three runs befor Gulp: was lifted for a pinchhitte In the Ighth Innjtig. IJdrdivick Tops Pin Qualifiers WARREN, Ohio (AP)-Youthfu Billy Hardwick of' San Mateo Calif., returned to the professions bowling tournament trail Frlda night by taking the lead after th first two qualifying rounds of th ?23,600 Warren Civic Open. Hardwick, only 21, was one the surprises of the 17-city white tour of the Professional Bowler Association. He missed the firs summer tournament In Baltimore but he celebrated his return b coming up with a 1,282 serle despite a one-game slip to 161 His 12-game total of 2,589 give him an average of 216. He holds margin of seven pins over Mart Piraino of Syracuse, N-Y., who i in second place just ahead Roger Helle of Petroit, PU'«ln has a 12-game total of 2,582 4nc Helle 2,669. Slugger Sets Two Marks BINGHAMTON, N. Y. OB - Ken Harrellson, 21-year-old first baseman fo,r Binghamton, broke two records during the Eastern League season by hitting 38 home runs and driving in 137 runs. Don Lock set the homer record with 35 for Binghamton in 1960. Dale Long held the former RBI record with 134 for Binghamton in 1950. Harrellson belongs to the Kansas City Athletics. 'SPORTSMAN'S' CHANNEL COTRSH DUPLY- AVERA6R UNDO? iO POUND* TH« CHANNItt. CATFISH LIVES IN MIPIUM-TO-LARM RIVHTO— rCBDINa W TOK MAIN CHANNEL. M rn NAMB iMcufie, MOBTUV IN TWILUUTT HOUR* BUT HBAV- IUV WHIM YVATW « R|«)Na , APTBR A RAINPAU. DURINO OTHW TIM«e, CHANNEL CAT ' MAV n«D UPON WT6 COMMA TO «W» MHINP 80ULDBR8, U*> MR A CUT-BANK, IN IRUSHV OR WSF HOLM, A WIPB VARI•TV OP WATTS* trriLU-FtSHBO OR DWPTBP, ARC UWID. ANP A PfBP-RUNNIttt AKTIPICiM- MINNOW? FIBHBP eLOWUV 16 OFTBM PROPUCT/VK. COLOR 16 SILVER-SRAV TO A* PRA98 ON eiPBS? FUEOKEP WITH A\ALR6 TUW (*RK WHBN , Reams »»vw CATS,*

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page