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PAGE THIRTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 Keane Crosses Up Giants, Cards Win, 6-5 JH_ White's Hit Helps James Bring in Run ST. LOUIS (AP) - "We've got to bunl ihp hall. The strategy cnlled for it." But wo didn't." said Manager Johnny Kcane of the St. Louis Cardinals, "and as a result we won a hall game." Keane chose Wednesday night to have Bill White, a left-hander, swing against southpaw pitcher Billy Pierce of San Francisco in the ninth inning with the winning run on first and none out. "Everything called for Bill to sacrifice," Keane said. White, who leads the league with 100 hits, responded to the "hit" sign by slashing a single past hard-charging Giant first baseman Orlando Cepeda. Dick Groat, who had opened the inning with his 98th hit, went to third. The Giants walked Ken Boyer, setting up Charlies James' deep fly ball to left that fell safely over a drawn-in outfield and gave the Cardinals a 6-5 victory. The triumph preserved the first place Cardinals' half game lead over Los Angeles and increased their margin to 1V 2 lengths over the third place Giants. The Cardinals now take the road, where they will open a weekend series with Houston Friday. Bob Gibson (6-3) is scheduled to hurl. Ken Boyer kept St. Louis in the game until the ninth. The Cardinal third baseman, booed when he dropped a foul pop in the third inning, brought the crowd over to his side with a three-run home run in that frame, giving the Cardinals a 5-3 lead. He had singled home an earliei run in the first off 10-game winner Billy O'Dell and later made a diving stop to start a double play in the seventh. Bobby Shantz, the fourth Cardinal pitcher, won his third game against two defeats by getting the last out in the ninth with a man on second. BO AND MRS. duPONT LOS ANGELES—Bo Belinsky, center, the playboy pitcher who's just broken his engagement to actress Mamie Van Doren, stops with Mrs. Ricky du- Pont to chat at last night's ball game between the Angels and Baltimore Orioles. Belinsky has been dating Mrs. duPont, widow of Francis V. duPont, since breaking up with Mamie, but he says they're just friends. He says he's decided to report to Hawaii of the Pacific Coast League to whom he was farmed out a month ago. (AP Wirephoto). San Francisco (5) Player AB R H 5 1 1 5 0 1 400 4 1 1 4 0 1 422 4 1 2 Amalfitano 403 O'Dell 200 a-Davep't 000 b-M. Alou 1 Perry Pierce Kuenn McCovey Mays Cepeda F. Alou Haller Pagan St. Louis (6) Player AB R H 1 0 1 000 000 3 2 522 0 1 0 502 3 1 3 5 0 1 300 000 4 0 1 3 0 1 2 0 1 000 Larsen 000 Javier Groat d-Altman White Boyer James Musial Carmel Flood McCarver Simmons Schultz b-Sc'dienst J 0 0 Taylor 000 Shantz 000 Totals 35 5 12 Totals 34 6 12 Inning: 123456789 RHE S'n Fr'sco 012002000—5 12 2 St Louis 203000001— 6 12 1 Slaughter Yields 1 Hit In 5-2 Win In the 9-10 year old league oi junior baseball the Falcons rippec the Bears, 8-2, the Yankees defeated the Beavers, 8-5, the Cubs humbled the Lions, 8-3, the Tigers toppled the Flyers, 12-6, the Hor nets buzzed theHurricanes, 6-2, the Astronauts drubbed the Eagles 8-2, the Athletics walloped the Reds, 16-1, Northside trimmed the Foxes, 13-7, and the Cardinals downed the Bandits, 5-2. David Moore sturck out 18 for the Falcons as Dennis Parker tripled. Roger Pace tripled for the Bears. Bower lashed two hits for the Yankees as Steve Williams tripled for the Beavers. Kent Casky had three hits for the Cubs. Tim Keusler two for the Lions. Ted Lautner doubled and singlec for the Tigers while John Laugh lin homered and singled for the Flyers. Steve Wilson homered and singled for the Hornets while Ken ny Crouch lashed two hits for the Hurricanes. Roger DeGerlia dou bled and singled for the Astro nauts. Winning hurler Kent New comber bombed two homers for the Athletics as Farley Dickerson doubled for the Reds. Winning pitcher Greg Horton tripled anc singled for Northside while Greg Patschull homered for the Foxes Chris Slaughter fired a one- hitter for the Cardinals, fanning 13 and belting a round- tripper. In the 11-12 year old league the Cubs edged Helloing, 4-3, and the Tigers nipped the Dodgers, 7 ti Hartman tripled for the Cubs and Spencer Buescher tripled and singled for Hellrung. Hagen fannec 10 for the Tigers as Dan Turnei tripled. Narup lined two hits foi the Dodgers. In the 13-14 year old league Dan Kennedy pitched Northside to a 7-6 victory over the Dodgers aiding his own cause with a triple and single. Fritz doubled for the Dodgers. Mantle Ready July 11; Cast Removed NEW YORK (AP) - The cast has been removed from Mickey Mantle's left foot and the stai New York Yankee outfielder expects to be able to play again by July 11. By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Down in the second division since early May and overlooked n the American League pennant scramble, the Los Angeles Angels found themselves in fifth place today after sweeping a twi-night doubleheader from Baltimore 3-1 and 3-2 Wednesday. The Angels, third in last year's pennant chase, climbed from seventh place and dropped the slump- ng Orioles into sixth on strong Etching by newly acquired Paul Foytack and ace Ken McBride. Making his first start since he was acquired from Detroit — and lis first since last Sept. 12 — Foytack allowed three hits before tir- ng in the ninth and came away vith the victory on Julio Navarro's relief help. McBride won his sixth straight vith a three-hitter in the nightcap as the Angels posted their ninth •ictory in 12 games and handed he Orioles their 22nd defeat in 30 ;ames. The first-place New York Yan- <ees moved one game in front of second-place Chicago by beating he White Sox 3-2 on home runs Dy Tom Tresh and Roger Maris. it was the Yankees first victory Los Angeles Angels Surge Toward Top Crotchett Wins Tivo for Chiefs The Alton Jackson Chiefs, behind the iron man hurling of Archie Crotchett, captured a doubleheader from Dickens Sporting Goods of St. Louis at Jaycee field Wednesday night. Crotchett went the distance in both contests, winning tin- first game 8-2 on a three-hitter and the second game, 8-X In the o|>ening contest Crotchett fanned nine and went two-t'or-three ut but. Smith was three-for-four and Burmester two-for-three in t h e opener. Both Carey and Palermo went two for-three in the nightcap. The Chiefs visit Bloomington Saturday, then host Perfect Window of Decatur at Jaycee field Sunday. in five games with the Chicagoans this season. Minnesota used two homers by Bob Allison and one by Earl Battey to subdue Detroit 6-1. Boston edged Cleveland 6-5 on a ninth in ning homer by Ed Bressoud, his second of the game. The Washington at Kansas City game was rained out. Tresh's 12th homer and Maris' 16th gave Whitey Ford an imposing 11-3 record. Ford wilted in 90- degree heat and needed Hal Reniff's help in the seventh. The Yankees moved ahead to stay in the fourth inning on a double by Tresh and Elston Howard's single off loser Gary Peters, 4-4. Home run leader Allison hit Nos. 18 and 19 and now has a league-leading 52 runs batted in .vhile Battey connected for his 16th homer and brought his RBI :otal to 43. Vic Power's bases- loaded single in the seventh cracked a 1-1 tie and brought Dick Stigman, 6-7, the victory with Bill Dailey's relief aid. Bill Faul, 3-3 took the loss. The Red Sox made it four in a row over the Indians when Bressoud connected off Pedro Ramos, 3-2, in the ninth after Cleveland had tied the score in the top of the inning on a pinch-hit, two- run homer by Joe Adcock. All Boston's runs came on homers with Russ Nixon and Chuck Schilling also connecting. Jack Lamabe, working in relief, was the winner for a 4-0 record. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Arkansas 2, Buffalo 0 Columbus at Jacksonville ppd, rain Indianapolis at Atlanta ppd, rain Syracuse 8, Richmond 6 Rochester 3, Toronto 1 Pacific Coast League Salt Lake 8-2, Seattle 4-0 Spokane 9, Oklahoma City 2 Dallas-Fort Worth 4, Portland 3 Denver 10, San Diego 9 (10 innings) Hawaii 3, Tacoma 0 Royals Explode InFirstyWin Easily, 16-10 BELLEVILLE — The Wood River Royals girls Softball team erupted for 10 runs in the first inning Wednesday night and went on to defeat Belleville, 16-10, in a Twilight League game. Belleville came back with five runs in the bottom half of the first frame, but the Royals tallied four more times in the fifth to salt the game away despite another five-run outburst by the home team in the sixth. Dodie Cairns pitched all the way for the Royals, giving up seven hits, striking out five and walking five. Linda Frazier started for Belleville and was the loser. Sue Fritzsche smacked a bases • loaded triple for the Royals in the big first inning. Friday night the Royals are at Collinsville for another league ;ame and Saturday night play Maryville at Jaycee Field in Wood River in a loop game. Both tilts start at 8:30. /Mo/or League STANDINGS National League W. L. Pet. G.B. St. Louis Los Angeles . San Francisco Cincinnati Chicago Milwaukee ... Pittsburgh ... Philadelphia . New York 43 42 42 40 39 36 33 33 29 30 30 32 33 34 36 38 40 45 47 .589 .583 .568 .548 .534 .500 .465 .452 .392 .373 I 1 -! 3 4 9 10 14',;16 Houston 28 Wednesday's Results New York 8, Chicago 6 (14 innings ) Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 2 Houston 7, Milwaukee 2 (13 innings) St. Louis 6, San Francisco 5 Los Angeles 5, Cincinnati 2 Today's Game Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (N) Only game scheduled Friday's Games Chicago at Philadelphia (N) New York at Pittsburgh (N) St. Louis at Houston (N) Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N) Cincinnati at San Francisco (N) The Los Angeles Angels will have working agreements with dx minor league clubs in 1963. American League \V. L. I'ct. G.B. New York ... 41 26 .612 — Chicago 43 30 .589 1 Boston 39 29 .574 2Va Minnesota ... 39 32 .549 4 Los Angeles .. 39 37 .513 6'. 2 Baltimore ... 38 37 .507 7 Cleveland .... 36 35 .507 7 Kansas City .. 33 36 .478 9 Detroit 27 42 .391 15 Washington ..22 53 .293 23 Wednesday's Kcsiills Boston 6, Cleveland 5 Now York 3, Chicago 2 Minnesota 6, Detroit 1 Washington at Kansas City, ppd ruin Los Angeles 3-3, Baltimore 1-2 Today's Games New York at Chicago Cleveland at Boston Detroit at Minnesota Washington at Kansas City Only games scheduled. Friday's Games Cleveland at Chicago (N) Kansas City at Balti.nore (N) Boston at New York (N) Los Angeles at Detroit (2, twi- night) Minnesota at Washington (2, twi- night) PITTSBURGH (AP) — Because of his adroit fielding, Bill Mazeroski, the reticent second baseman of the Pittsburgh Pirates, is mown throughout the National League as the "Golden Glove." He should be called the "Cal- oused Kid." For the tattered piece of leather hat Mazeroski trustingly uses to spear the line drives of Henry <\aron—and scoop up the awesome grounders of Bob Buhl— can be described as a "glove" only by stretching one's imagina- ion. "It just feels like part of my land," Mazeroski says, a smile crossing his face. "It looks like a couple of pieces of worn-out leather. It's thin, there's no padding. And it's ripped in the web. I have :o get my wife to sew it. "Really, it's just like catching )are handed. I get a few bone sruises, especially in the spring. I got one last year that lasted the vhole season. But it's better than any glove I've ever had." Some teammates think it is the only glove Mazeroski has ever lad. They're almost right. "When I came up to the ma- ors," Mazeroski says, "I was using the same glove 1 had used all through high school and in the minors. It wasn't quite as worn- Royals (16) Player AB R H Sievers 5 2 1 Tucker aims Fritzsche Stanich HaRen Red ford Pierce McMullen Anderson Whitten Belleville (10) Player AB R H 4 1 1 322 2 2 1 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 000 3 1 2 320 Jahr 3 1 0 Samelmon 422 Dill Martin Chandler Williams Belton Neff 4 1 2 3 1 0 000 2 2 1 3 1 0 4 1 1 Nickola'ya 4 1 1 Maxewell 100 Frazier 300 Totals 25 16 8 Totals 31 10 7 Inning: 1234567 RHE Royals 10 0 0 0 4 0 2—16 8 3 Belleville 500005 0—10 7 6 Alt-Wood Cops Doubleheader From Granite GRANITE CITY — The Alt- Wood Merchants Softball team took a doubleheader from t h e Granite City Park District team Wednesday night, winning t h e first game, 1-0, in 11 innings and coming back to take t h e second, 8-6. Butch Ulster bested Howie Lamb in the first game with Ulster giving up five hits, striking out seven and walk- in); two. Lamb was touched for six hits, walked three and struck out 13. The winning run came when Wayne Simpson doubled and wen to third on an error and scorec on Doc West's sacrifice fly. Ray Huff was the winning pitcher for the Merchants in the second game after relieving startei Cal Johns in the fourth inning Norm Grote was the loser. Leto Metz won the game for Alt-Wood by blasting a two- run homer in the seventh inning to break it 6-ti tie. Simpson had a double anc single, West two singles and a triple and Denny Bruckert a single and double for thc> winners. Saturday night the Merchants, host Perfect Window of Decatia in a doubleheader at Roxana starting at 7:30. BASEBALL HEROES lly TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — Tim Harkness, Mets, hit grand slam homer in 14th inning—his fourth hit of game —for 8-6 victory over Chicago Cubs. PITCHING — Hal Woodeshick, Colts, pitched one-hit relief ball for final six innings in 7-2, 13- inriing triumph over Milwaukee that ended Houston's losing streak at 10 games. Dodgers Take Three Off Cincinnati Reds By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer Junior Gilliam is a 34-year-old infielder who sometimes is cnlled old. Ron Pcrranoski is a relief pitcher who sometimes is called busy. The Cincinnati Reds, however, are more likely to call them other things. Gilliam has beaten them with run-scoring eighth inning doubles for two nights in a row and Per- ranoski has finished two of tne last three games, all of which Cincinnati has lost. Gilliam and Perranoski provided the key for the Los Angeles Dodgers' 5-2 tri umph over the Reds Wednesday night, completing a sweep of the three-game set and running the Dodgers' string to four. It kept the second-place Dodgers a half game off the pace set by St. Louis and dropped the fourth-place Reds three games be hind. The Cards maintained their narrow hold on the top spot with a B-5 decision over San Francisco dropping the Giants 1V 2 games behind. Hapless Houston ended a Mazeroski's Glove Tattered and Torn out as this one but I had to hold it together with wire." Sam Narron, the Pirate bullpen coach, was aghast when he saw what the innocent rookie was using and benevolently presented him a new glove. That was in July, 1956. For the next 3% years, thanks in part to Narron's philanthrophy, Mazeroski emerged as the best second baseman in the league. But by 1960, the glove had become battle scarred. "So, I took it home and put it away," Maz says. "It was pretty well shot by then and I had been breaking in another glove. I used that glove all through '60." Of course, as all Yankee chauvinists tearfully recall, ]9GO was the year of the Mazeroski. Who — especially Ralph Terry- can ever forget a jubilant Mazeroski galloping around third in the ninth inning of the seventh World Series game, a mob surging toward him, after he had blasted a home run that gave the Pirates the world championship. "After I hit that homer I came back to the dugout to get my glove," he says, "but somebody had scooped it off the dugout steps. So, I got my old glove out again and I've been using it ever since." Doris PhiDips Barely Gets Past Opponent FREEPORT, 111. (AP) — A 15- 'ear-old Sterling girl and a 16- ear-old lass from Rock Island lighlighted today's quarter-final matches in the Illinois Women's \mateur Golf tournament at Freeport Country Club. In the upper bracket Annette Rutt, 15, opposed Salley Olsen of Rockford and in the lower bracket match, five-time state champion Lois Drafke of La Grange dueled Penny Kerndt of Deer- ield. A second lower bracket test matched Doris Phillips of Belleville and Mrs. Robert Johnson of Wilmette. Both quarter-final and semi- inal matches were played today. The 36-hole title match will be played Friday morning and after- loon. Since match play in the women's tourney started Tuesday seven overtime matches have been recorded. Four have carried to the 18th green. Miss Rutt moved into the quarter-finals Wednesday with a 1 up triumph over Laurayn Conway of McHenry in 20 holes. Miss Hollingsworth joined the quarter-fi nalists after scoring a 4 and 3 de- Grid Cards Get Eagles' Wittenborn ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Football Cardinals bolstered their offensive line Wednesay when they traded veteran defensive tackle Frank Fuller to the Philadelphia Eagles for offensive guard John Wittenborn. Earlier, guard Mike Me Gee, retired fro in the. Cardinals and Coach \Vally Lemm felt t h e Cardinals could sacrifice, some defense for an offensive guard. Wittenborn stands 6-2 and weighs 240. He is from Cape airardeau, Mo. and attended Southeast Missouri State College here. He has been in the NFL tor five years, playing with t h e San Francisco 49ers in 1958 and 1959 before being dealt to the Eagles. The 27-year-old U'lllcnborn Is also a place kicker and may see home action (or the Cards in that capacity. Luke Owens, veteran Card, may be tried at Fuller's spot, ie played both tackle and end for .he Cards last season. cision over Mrs. Robert Djidich of Freeport. In other second round matches, defending champion Miss Drafke breezed to a 5 and 4 verdict over Mrs. Ray Kimpel of Urbana and Miss Phillips captured a 1 up verdict on the 19th hole over Mrs. Gene Woodworth of Rockford. Mrs. Johnson joined the quarter-finalists with a 1 up decision on the 18th green over Mary Carey of Chicago. Miss Olsen scored her 1 up victory on the 18th hole over Mrs. William McMeakan of Bloomington. In other second round tests, Miss Wiegert advanced with a 2 and 1 decision over Dee Whitlow of Peoria and Miss Kerndt moved up with a 21-hole 1 up triumph over Mrs. Charles Schmidt of Edwardsville. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO - Rocky Arade, 141, Philippines, outpointed Keiichi Ishikawa, 145, Japan, 10. STOCKTON, Calif. - Rey Asis, 120, Stockton, Calif., defeated Jorge Salazar, 121, San Jose Calif. 10. 10-game losing string, scoring five runs in the 13th inning and beating Milwaukee 7-2. Tim Harkness' grand slam homer with two oul in the 14th brought the New York Mets an 8-6 triumph over Chicago and Philadelphia defeated Pittsburgh 6-2. Charley James cracked a bases- loaded single over San Francisco drawn-in outfield for the Cardinals' tie-breaking run in the ninth Ken Boyer drove in four Cardinal runs with a single and three run homer while Orlando Cepeda hit his 15th homer for the Giants. Houston had scored only six runs in losing 10 straight. Bob Lil lis singled in a run, Johnny Temple doubled in two more, another scored on an error and still another on a wild pitch. Hal Wood- eshick, 7-3, won it with six innings of shutout relief pitching. Harkness slamed a two-out 3-2 pitch by Jim Brewer into the lower right field stands in the 14th inning for his first grand slammer. The Cubs appeared to have put it out of reach on Billy Wil Hams' two-run homer in the top of the inning. The Pirates let in an unearned run in the fourth, which proved to be the winner, and the Phillies added three more in a wild eight. . One came in while a Pirate infielder argued with an umpire and another when a throw for a force play hit a Phillie runner. Lakers Score Four in 7th, To Win, 7-3 MARYVILLE — The Alton Lakers girls Softball team scored four runs in the last inning Wednesday night to beat the Maryville Aces, 7-3, in a Twilight League game. The two teams were tied at 3-3 when the Lakers pushed over their clinchers. Four walks and singles by Lynn Lusby, Jackie Hand and Bev Conaway produced the four runs. Miss Conaway was the winning pitcher after relieving starter Lynn Lusby In the sixth. They combined to strike out six. Miss Conaway didn't issue a walk while Miss Lusby had trouble with her control, giving up eight. The Lakers scored once in the first inning on Scottie Freeman's single and Sandy Grimsley's triple. In the third the Lakers fork the lead when Star Travis reached first on an error, Miss Freeman tripled and Miss Grimsley singled. Friday night the Lakers, tied for second place with Collinsville at 8-3, hosts first place Venice (9-2) at Water- tower starting at 8:30. A win would give the Lakers a share of first. Saturday night the Lakers play two of their toughest games of the season when they entertain state champion Decatur in a doubleheader starting at 7:30 at Watertower. Earlier this season, the two teams split a twin bill. Lakers (7) Player AB R H Follls Travis Freeman Grimsley Onofrey Lusby Duke Miller Bolen Hand Clark Conaway 400 4 1 0 332 2 1 2 3 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 200 1 0 0 1 0 1 Maryville (3) Player AB R H Smith 2 1 0 Pemberton 3 1 0 Cochran 300 Martinez Burns .1. Arth Tope Carnaghi D. Arth Yost 400 0 1 1 402 4 0 1 1 0 0 300 000 Totals 27 7 7 Totals 25 3 3 Inning: 1234567 RHE Lukers 1020004—7 7 3 Maryville 2010000—3 3 2 BLOODY GOOD SHOT CLEVELAND — Helping hands reach out to aid Sam Giurbino, 31, of suburban Brunswick after he was struck by a golf ball Wednesday at the Cleveland Open pro-amateur competition. Otto Graham, former star quarterback of the Cleveland Browns professional football team, hooked a shot off the tee on the 384- yard No. 2 hole. The ball struck the face of Giurbino who was seated on a grassy mound 50 yards away. The injured man was treated at a nearby hospital for a cut below the right eye and released. (AP Wirephoto) Course Is Familiar To Arnold Palmer CLEVELAND (AP) — Arnold Palmer, golfdom's big money winner, had a little extra going for him today as he drew a bead on the $22,000 top prize in the 72- hole, four-day, $110,000 Cleveland Open. Palmer was favored, as usual, as 146 professionals and four amateurs teed off in the year's top money event at Beechmont Country Club's 6,618-yard, par 71 layout. Back in the early '50's, when he won two Ohio amateur championships, Palmer was stationed here as a Coast Guardsman. He played Beechmont so often that, he knows it as well as his home course at Latrobe, Pa. Cured of the stomach ailment which bothered him in last week's National Open playoff, in which he finished a distant third, Palmer was "hitting 'em a mile" in Wednesday's pro-amateur $10,000 jreliminary. On the 557-yard fifth hole, he was pin high with two wood shots. On the 511-yard sixth, he went over the green with a drive and PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League New York (Bouton 10-2) at Chicago (Herbert 7-4). Cleveland (Latman 4-3) at Boston (Wood 0-3). Detroit (Regan 3-6) at Minnesota (Perry 7-4). Washington (Duckworth 2-6) at Kansas City (Pona 5-9). (Only games scheduled). National League Philadelphia (Gulp 9-5) at Pittsburgh (Cardwell 3-8) (N). (Only game scheduled). No. 3 wood. A drive and a 'I iron carried him past the putting surf- aoe oi! the 507-yard 10th. And on the 312-yard Kith, his tee shot wound up on the fringe of the green He finished with five birdies and a 67 and then said, "four 67s will win it." Despite all that fireworks, Palmer's round wasn't the best of the pro-am tour. Masters champion Jack Nicklaus had six birdies and 12 pars and Mason Rudolph seven birdies and one bogey as they tied for the top with 65. Doug Ford was next with 66. Bushy's Whip Granite Tivice GRANITE CITY — Bushy's captured two games from the Granite City Credit Union Wednesday night by scores of 10-1 and 5-4. In the first game Jerry Voleski fired a four-hitter. Mike Haynes walloped a homer and single, Louie Marmino a double. In tin; nightcap which went an extra inning, Voloski pitched a two-hitter. Sonny Bryant tripled and Marmino homer- ccl. Jerome Wlntjen won t li e game In tin' eighth with a homer. Bushy's plays its next game Saturday night, hosting Grable Construction at the West End Diamond in Wood River. MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wisconsin Rapids 6, Quincy 4 Burlington 13, Clinton 4 Waterloo 11, Dubuquc 1 Fox Cities 4, Docatur 2 Cedar Rapids 5-5, Quad Cities 0-7 AUCTION SALE JUNE 28, 6 P.M. Sale to clear the estate ol deceased partner. Business will be continued. 18 John fishing boats various sizes 8 Boat trailers 4 Fiber glass sports runabouts Catamaran complete outfit 5 Travel trailers 8 Gale motors 5 to 50 horse power 500 Aluma-glo paint various colors Miscellaneous fishing equipment and boat accessories WILSON BROTHERS BOATS AND MOTORS State Rte. 159, East of Wood River Across trom new Water Works 'n COMFORTABLE with You never had it so cool! Hundreds of non-sag springs cushion your ride—provide added air circulation—keep clothes fresh and unwrinkled! 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