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PAGE TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1963 GOLFING NOTES ALTON WOMEN Low net was Ihe event Tuesday at Rock SprinR Golf Course for thr Greater Alton Women's Golf Association. The winners in the championship flight were Mrs. Joseph Nagy and Mrs. Evert Kingery. Mrs. Carroll Burton won the first flight, Mrs. Herb Rink the second and Mrs. W. Orris the third. AT LOCKHAVRN The Lockhaven Lades hosted a Little District tournament Tuesday at the Country Club. The events included low gross, low net and low putt. The clubs invit ed were the Sunset Hills Country Club of Edwardsville and the St Clair Country Club of Belleville The Sunset Hill winners were: Mrs. Betty Schmidt low gross, Mrs. Bonnie McLeon and Mrs. Blanche OhI low net, and Mrs. Gene Wolford and Mrs. Roberta Schmidt low put. The winners from St. Clair included: Mrs. Virginia Murphy low net, Mrs. Elsa Leiner low gross, and Mrs. Mary Stewart low putt. The Lockhaven winners were: Mrs. Beth Mulford low gross, Mrs. Jo Dickson, Mrs. Peg O'NelU and Mrs. Ruth Handmachcr low net, and Mrs. June Bassford, Mrs. Nancy Hutchinson and Mrs. thelma Sundin low putt. Last week a three-day medal tourney was held and Mrs. Gladys Early Wynn Tries For 300th Friday Stern won both the 18-hole championship and the trans-miss medal for low net. Mrs. Beth Mulford was runnerup. In the first flight, Mrs. Nancy Hutchinson was the winner. Mrs. Jo Dickson won the 9-hole championship flight. CLEVELAND (AP)—Has Earlj Wynn come back to haunt the Chicago White Sox, his teammates of last year That question may be answerec partially Friday night when the 43-year-old right-hander makes his fourth attempt to win his 300th game. When Wynn faces Chicago Friday, he will be in a Cleveland uniform, which he distinguished earlier in his career by winning 20 games or more in four seasons. He also helped the Tribe win the pennant in 1954. "If I feel strong, maybe I'll just overpower them," Wynn said with a wink Tuesday night after Manager Birdie Tebbetts named him to start against the Sox. The old pro hasn't pitched this season. Wynn worked out with Chicago during the spring and despite a good performance was not resigned. His record was 7-15 with them last year. "I think I'm ready," he said. "At least I'm as ready as I can eet in 10 days. I'd say my control is at least fair. In fact, tilings have worked out even better than I could have hoped for." Outwardly, Wynn seems preoccupied with getting that 300th victory, which only Warren Spahn of Milwaukee and Lefty Grove have been able to achieve in the last 50 years. Thirteen pitchers have done it in all. The fact Chicago is involved is purely statistical, he implies. Wynn said he has no grudge against the White Sox. "They were fair with me and I have no complaints," he said. "After I reached 299 last year they guaranteed me three more starts and they gave 'em to me." Will the fact that he was with Chicago last season be a help? "I probably know some of the hitters," he answered, "but .hey've made quite a few changes since last year." Alaskan Golfers Play During Night B.v HAROLD CLAASSEN Associated Press Sports Writer ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP)— SPORTSMAN'S' PIGESI* POPULAR LURES FOR WALLEYES IN SPRINGTIME, OR AT NlSHT AFTER WEATHER WARMS, WALLEYES MAV TAKE SURFACE LURE3. BUT, THE CONSISTENTLY BEST LURES ARE WORKED SIOWLV OH THE BOTTCW. VELLOW OR WHITE, LEAD-HEAD UISS ARE FAVORED IN SOME AREAS; REPEATEDLY RAISE AND LOWER ROD TO «JIQ* A TROLLED OR RETRIEVED OIQ. OTHER WWORrTES (ALSO LIKED BV BASS) ARE A PORK RIND ON A SPOON, AND A MINNOW OH NIQHTCRAWLER HOOKED A FEW INCHES BEHIND A »dUNE BUG" 6PINNER—USE SWIVELS, EXCEPT WITH A JIG, AND LINE9 TESTING AT LEAST 12 POUNDS. Anchorage golfers—and there are more of them than there are Sskimos in this area—will spend all Saturday night playing their ;ame and spend all the next day alking about it. That's right. They'll play the game Saturday night, starting at 10 o'clock with a midnight break for food and drink. Saaturday will be the second day of summer when there is a midnight sun here as well as the more publicized spots such as Sweden and Finland. That provides the date for the annual Short Nighter tournament. Civilians will play at Forest Park while servicemen and their dependents will use the 18-hole Moose Run golf course at Fort Richardson. Col. John (Jack) F. Prather says the military course is the second most northerly golf layout n the world with grass greens and that its 7,118 yards of narrow 'airways are studded with pines and wild game. The only such course farther north is in Sweden. "Darkness isn't our biggest problem," says Col. Prather. "It is dusk for only about 45 minutes when it is hard to see your ball. The rest of the time it is light. The biggest problems are wild animals and the long cocktail hour—from about 5 until you tee off at 10." The Moose Run course is in use only about 4 1 /" months each year. "Christmas Eve in this area starts about 2:30 in the afternoon," the colonel explained. "It gets light here just before 10 a.m. on Dec. 24, it stays gray until about 2 p.m., and is dark again by 2:30. It gives Santa Claus a head start on his trfp to other parts of the United States. The kids around here love it." If Sanford Gets Hot, Watch Out! SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Thanks n part to the help of an old pro :rom the bench, San Francisco's Jack Sanford is off on what he hopes will be another 16-game pitching victory streak. Sanford trimmed the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-3 Tuesday night— the day-late anniversary of the start of his 1962 win string that arried the Giants to the National League pennant. The old pro was Harvey Kuenn, nserted into right field for slump- ridden Felipe Alou. The Giants scored six runs in a six-hit third nning outburst and it was singles by Kuenn that started and ended :he damage. The inning was the Giants' biggest since May 22 when a seven- All-Americas Get Another Grid Fling By JACK HAND ! Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Football in June can be difficult. Names like Ron VanderKelen, Kermit Alexander, Bobby Lee Bell—so familiar last November—have faded. You need a prompter to fill in the gaps. The American Football Coaches Association, co-promoting its third All-America game at Buffalo, N.Y., June 29, hauled in a box car load of prompters Tuesday for a kickoff luncheon. Chief prompters were John McKay of Southern California, the 1962 "coach of the year" who will coach the West squad and Milt Bruhn of Wisconsin who will coach the East. Bruhn was delighted at the prospect of getting together his all- star battery of VanderKelen and Pat Richter for just one more game. Later they will' go their separate ways, VanderKelen to the Minnesota Vikings and Richter to the Washington Redskins both in the National Footbal League. VanderKelen was the "Cinderella man" who just missec beating Southern California i nthe Rose Bowl. McKay, like Bruhn, promised a wide open game with wide forma tions and plenty o fpassing. He called the ex-UCLA halfback, Kermit Alexander "the best al around college football player in the country last year." The teams are scheduled to start practice Wednesday at the University of Buffalo. There are 31 men on each team. The game will be carried onnetwork (ABC) television, replacing the fight usu ally seen on Saturday night. For VACATION Money "PUBLIC FINANCE . . . Fast Service) ... Up to $8OO . . . On sensible plans Money to Go Now—Pay Later. Thousands UM our plans every year for their vacations— you can, too. With good credit and steady employment, you're all set. Call, write, or com* In today for »he amount you want. Life Insurance ls Available On Your Lean PUBLIC FINANCE CORPORATION 331 lelle, Alton—HO 5-5556 20 loffyeff Shop. Ctr., E. Alton—CL 4.3864 2| N, Weed River, Wood Ri«r—CL 4*4327 Don Massalone Has No-Hitter In JB Action In the 8-10 year old league of junior baseball Tuesday, Northside walloped the Dodgers, 21-12, the Mustangs smashed the Seals, 21-0, the Giants blanked t h e Beavers, 5-0, and the Warriors topped the Pirates, 6-4. Robert Sisk fanned 10 for Northside and slammed a homer. Gary Godar hit a double for the Dodg ers. Mark Case hurled shutou ball for the Mustangs as J e f Donahue lashed a pair of triple; Ken White tapped a double fo the Seals. Mike Gillson firet strikes past 12 batters for t h Gaints while Tom Morissey ram med a four-bagger. Don Massalone fired a no-hitte for the Warriors, striking out 1 along the way. Steve Marmjnc supplied the power with tw triples. In the 11-12-year-old league, the Hawks tromped the Cardinals, 23-4, the Orioles slipped past the Wildcats, 4-2, the Cubs downed the Braves, 6-4, the Indians defeated the Eagles, 5-2, and the Bluejays tripped the Pirates, 11-6. Brian Opel was the victor for the Hawks as Wayne Schroeder banged a grand slam. Mans had a triple and single for the Cards. Mike Grady and Dave Vesley tripled for the Orioles, Dennis Alford doubled and singled for the Wildcats. Don Connor was the winning hurler while McCormick tripled twice for the Cubs. King took the loss. Grain was the winner for the Indians, Bill Laughlin lined a triple and single. Mens and Davis doubled for the Eagles. Mark Slaughter got the triumph for the Bluejays as Steiner contributed two base hits. Joe Sharp pumped a triple for the Pirates. In the 13-14-year-old league, Nortnslde bombed the Yankees, 22-0, and the Braves edged the Hawks, 7-6, Dan Kennedy tanned 16 on his way to a victory for Northslde. Munson belted a double and single. Greg King struck out 16 for the Braves. Fieldman ripped a double for the Hawks. In the 15-17-year-old league, the Dodgers whitewashed the Redbirds, 7-0, Payne was the winner, Waide and Scheer each singled twice. Gary Boyd lined a pair of base hits for the Redbirds. Defending Champ Having Rough Time run frame helped Sanford past| sni P s Philadelphia in his last previous complete game. A year ago Sanford was 7-6. Today he is 9-5. Can he win 16 straight again? "I'm liable to do it again," he SIU Tennis Player Gives Good Account PRINCETON, N..J (AP) - An unheralded Southern Illinois University player forced eighth- ranked Jim McManus of California to work overtime Tuesday in the NCAA national champion- aughed, but added in the next The SIU tormentor was Francisco Castillo, who made McManus exert himself for a 9-7, 3-6, 6-3 victory. breath: "Hey, don't print that—I might lose 16." ROCKFORD (AP)—Unless A thur C. Ellis of Evanston does quick turnabout, a new champio will be crowned in the Illino: Men's State Aamateur Go Tournament. Ellis had an opening round 3' 39—76 to fall eight strokes behiix James McKinney of Decatur wh 10 in First Lead Alton Past Cahokia The Alton Legion baseball team erupted for 10 first-inning run Tuesday at the Alton High fiel and ripped Cahokia, 14-3. Jim Baiter opened the slugfes with a single to center. Anothe hit, then two outs, and Alton was on its way. The next eight bat ters hit safely. Baiter, Dennj tVooff and Mike Grimsley all coi iccted a pair of hits in the inn ng. Highlighting the 10-run attacl were triples by Grimsley and Lee Davis. Alton added another ran In the third and three more In the fourth but the game was already well beyond Cahokla's reach. Doug Dunham started tor Al :on, fired three innings and won his second game in two nights Dunham went the distance Monday night against Maryville. MeJ Bunting;, making his first appearance of the year for the Legion, hurled the last four Innings, allowing; I o u ra lilts and three runs. Alton, with a 6-2 overall and 1-2-1- conference record, visits Waterloo Saturday afternoon at 2 or a league contest. Cahokia (3) Alton (14) 'layer AB R H Player AB R M Masters 403 Batter dathlesen 300 Wooff Bruce 301 Grimsley Carr 1 1 0 Cotton eppert 300 Mace Lentz 300 Minsker Vllltams 301 Vander- Joslin 211 griff 3 acer 100 Davis ,ane 210 Terry Dunham Bunting Shortal Totals nnlng: ahokla Hon 25 3 6 Totals 234567 5 3 3 1 423 3 0 1 100 110 110 3 2 1 4 1 2 211 200 422 33 14 16 RHE 0000210—3 6 3 10 0 1 3 0 0 X—14 16 1 Roger McCluskey Leads Race Drivers INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Roger rtcCluskey, Tucson, Ariz., re- ained his sprint car lead in the landings released Tuesday by the U.S. Auto Club. He had 336 points. The late Allen Crowe, Spring- ield, HI., and Jim Hurtubise, Vorth Tonawanda, N.Y., tied for >econd, each with 212. 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NINTH & BELLE STS, HO 5-4249 , Sales and Service Departments Open Till 8:30 Friday Nite§ /• grabbed the opening round lead Tuesday when he fired a two-under-par 35-33—68 over the 6,258- yard Forest Hills Course which has a par of 36-34—70. Ironically, John Morrellof Glen Ellyn, who lost to Ellis 4 and 3 in last year's match play tourna' ment, also came in with a 76. Trailing McKenny by one stroke were Dave Huske of Elgin and John O. Levinson of Highland Park. Huske came in with 34-35 and Levinson with 37-32. Matching par were Bob Zender of Skokie with 36-34; Bob Sederburg of Glenview with 35-35 and Tom Milligan of Hinsdale with 34 36. Tied at n were Mike Mallon of Barrington, Paul Wessel of Moline, John Holmstrom of Rockford and Galesburg's Bob Dredge who won the championship in 1957. Tied at 72 were Pursie Pipes of Mt. Vernon, Tom Sisolak of Waukegan and Frank North of Rockford. Among those grouped at 73 was Mike Tliusziz of Champaign, the defending Big Ten champion from the University of Illinois. Following Wednesday's round of 18 holes, the low 30 scorers and ties from an opening field of 167 will play 36 holes Thursday for the championship. 18 Pitchers Could Win 20 Games NEW YORK (API - There's likely to be a major league record for 20-game winners if the OTooles, Maloneys and Spahns keep up their present blistering pitching pace. With still about three weeks re- maining in the first half of the 1963 campaign, 18 pitchers appear well on their way toward the 20- victory mark. The record for 20- game winners is 17 set in 1903 and equaled i n!920. The list of this season's potentials is topped by Jim O'Toole, Cincinnati's young left-hander, who has won 12 games. Those with 10 victories at this pO ( int are Jim Maloney of the Reds', Juan Marichal of San Francisco, Sandy Koufax of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Steve Barber of Baltimore, the leading American League winner. The nine-game victors include Dick Ellsworth of the Chicago Cubs, Camilo Pascual of Minnesota, Bill Monbouquette of Boston, Jack Sanford and Billy O'Dell of the Giants, Whitey Ford o fthe New York Yankees and Warren Spahn, Milwaukee's veteran southpaw, who won 20 or more games six years in succession before winding up with an 18-14 slate In 1962. Eight pitchers won 20 or more games last season. Godfrey Speedway! STOCK CAR RACES IVERY THURSDAY! TIME TRIALS 7:30 P.M. Racing 8:30 P.M. 2 New Modern Rest Rooms 2 New Concession Stands New Lighting System City Water New Installed Bleachers Cleaned and Repainted COMING SUNDAY, JUNE 231 DON'T MISS 'EM! MIDGET and MODIFIED RAGES! 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