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Section 2 Pages 9-16 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sports Amusement* Classified Established January 15,1836, ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, JUNE 29,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Groat, White, Boyer Make All-Star Team ^^ . „.. ..... „„^,^.^»^^^iuwv,svA•Ji^>»:. 1 >^^>»r!S^i^^a.^iv^^^W:^X?^U^•W •£&-:• ^ v.^ . •• •.. » 1 Minnesota Marches Toward First Place By JIM HACKLBMAN \ Associated Press Sports Writer It's been an uphill struggle for Harmon Killebrew and the Minnesota Twins. But now the once- slumping slugger and the American League pennant chasers are in stride—and climbing. With Killebrew supplying much of the muscle the Twins ran their winning streak to six games Friday night, crushing the Washing- Sports Car Drivers Will Compete Sunday EAST ALTON — The Southern Illinois Region of the Sports Car Club of America will have an Auto-Cross Sunday at Eastgate shopping center. The program begins at noon until 5 p.m. Drivers will be required to drive.their cars through a course consisting of figure 8s, cloverieafs, serpentines, circles, etc. An electronic timing device will be used to judge the drivers. One car at a time will tour the course. Trophies will be awarded There will be a sedan class and a ladies' class. Anyone is invited to compete The public is welcome to attend on Senators in a doubleheader .1-4 and 10-3. Killebrew belted his 17th homer, wo doubles and three singles and batted across five runs as he raised his average to .280—his ligh point of the year. And the ["wins advanced to witnin IVa games of the league lead—the closest they've been to the top since the opening week of the season. In other AL action- Boston's surprising Red Sox, held hitless by Al Downing lor six nnings, pushed across three runs n the seventh and, scored the clincher in the eighth tor a 4-3 riumph over New York's first place Yankees. Early Wynn of Cleveland failed again in an effort to win his 300th, but the Indians shaded the Chicago White Sox 4-3 with Willie Kirkland's sque-%2 bunt in the ninth inning sendinc, in the decid ing run. Leon Wagner clubbed two horn ers and two .singlne, driving in four runs, as the Los An,~e!es An gels won their joubieheader over Detroit 8-3, but tn<> Tigers pulled out the second game 8-3 with a seven-run outburst in the eightl inning highlighted by Rock Cola vito's homer. And Russ Snyder's ninth inning homer gave •'•ialtiraore r, 21 de cision over Kansus City and made Gibson Helps Cards Widen Margin, 9-2 HOUSTON (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals maintained their mastery over the Houston Colts this season by beating them 9-2 Friday night. More important, the ledbirds are still on top in the National League by 1% games. Gibson's fast ball, Curt Flood's timely hitting, and five Houston errors contributed to the sixth Ordinal victory over the Colts vithout a defeat. Gibson tallied his sixth straight j riumph by allowing only six hits and striking out 13 • batters. His otal record for the season is now 7-3. Flood used three singles to drive home four runs. Ernie Broglio (8-3) will try his hand at taming the Colts tonight when he faces Don Nottebart (5-4). Cardinals (9) Houston (2) Player AB R H Player AD R H Javier 4 1 2 Temple 3 1 0 White 5 2 1 Spangler 401 Groat 3 1 1 Weekly 4011 Muslal 2 2 1 Zachary 0 0 01 Carmel 200 Warwick 400 Boyer 42 l staub 413 Altman 3 1 1 Bateman 3 0 1 Flood 403 Llllls 300 ; B-James 000 Fazio 300 McCarver 400 Droll 000 Gibson 400 McMahon 1 0 Oi A-DavIs 100! Umbright 000! C-Goss 200! Totals 35 910 Totals 32 2 61 Inning: 123456789 RHE| Cardinals 023000121— 9 10 I Houston 000000110—2 6 5 Groat Gets Most Votes; Pearson, Wagner Chosen By JOE UE1CHLER ' Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (API—Little Albie Pearson, a three-time loser in the major leagues because of his anemic build and batting average, was named starting center fielder on the American League All-Star team today. The S-foot-5 1 ,:! Los Angeles leadoff batter, who is batting .313 and pacing his league in runs scored, joined a field of such diamond giants as Willie Mays, Al Kaline and Henry Aaron for the 34th annual All-Star game to be played in Cleveland July 9. The American League, which divided two games with the National last year, maintains a 17-15 over-all advantage. One game ended in a tie. The leagues return to the one-game plan this year after a four-year double All-Star period. Shortstop Dick Groat of St. Louis with 238 votes and right fielder Al Kaline of Detroit with 226, vere the leading vote getters in a poll of their fellow players which produced seven repeaters .Steve Barber t.ie League's first 12-game winner. NATIONAL LEAGUE STARS layers for the National The starting lineup is chosen on the basis of a player Here are the starting r League in the All-Star baseball game to be played in vote. Cleveland, July 9. The pitchers will be named later. (AP Wirephoto) Motor League] STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Pet. G.B. New York Chicago Boston Minnesota Cleveland Los Angeles Baltimore Kansas City Detroit Washington AMERICAN LEAGUE STARS These are the players selected as the starting line- clubs voted for the starting lineup. The pitchers will up for the American League in the All-Star baseball be chosen later. (AP Wirephoto) game scheduled for Cleveland, July 9. Players of all w. L. 41 28 .594 — 44 31 .587 .40 30 .571 1V 2 .42 32 .568 IVz . 38 35 .521 5 40 38 .514 5Vs . 39 37 .513 5V 2 33 38 .465 9 . 28 44 .389 14 ] / 2 , 23 55 .295 22 ] / 2 Friday's Results Minnesota 11-10, Washington 4-3 Los Angeles 8-3, Detroit 3-8 Boston 4, New York 3 Baltimore 2, Kansas City 1 Cleveland 4, Chicago 3 Today's Games Cleveland at Chicago Los Angeles at Detroit Kansas City at Baltimore Boston at New York Minnesota at Washington (N) Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Detroit Minnesota at Washington Cleveland at Chicago (2) Kansas City at Baltimore (2) Boston at New York (2) Monday's Games Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Boston at New York (N) Only games scheduled St. Louis ....44 30 Angeles . 42 31 San Francisco. 43 32 Cincinnati ...40 34 Chicago 40 34 Milwaukee .. 37 36 Pittsburgh ...34 39 National League w. L. Pet. G;B. 34 41 ,29 46 Houston 28 48 Philadelphia Mew York .595 .575 .569 .541 .541 .507 .466 .453 .387 .368 17 1V2 4 4 6% 9% from last y par's squads and no real surprises. Two players, first baseman Joe Prpitonr of the New York Yankees and shortstop Zoilo Versalles of the Minnesota Twins, were named for the first time. The starting line-ups, exclusive of pitchers, and the players' votes: NATIONAL LEAGUE Bill White, St. Louis, first base, 220; Bill Mazerowski, Pittsburgh, second base, 227; Ken Boyer, St. Louis, third base. 186; Dick Groat, St. Louis, shortstop, 238; Tommy Davis, Los Angeles, left field. 141; Willie Mays, San Francisco, center field. 1(58: Henry Aaron, Milwaukee, right field, 230; Ed Baiey, San Francisco, catcher, 129. AMERICAN LEAGUE Joe Pepitone. New York, first base, 112; Nellie Fox, Chicago, second base, 141; Frank Malzone, Boston, third base, 1S4; Zoilo Versalles, Minnesota, shortstop, 183; Leon Wagner, Los Angeles, left field, 169; Albie Pearson, Los Angeles, center field, 104; Al Kaline, Detroit, right field, 226; Earl Battey, Minnesota, catcher, 196. Mrs. Mulford Wins District Crown ST. LOUIS — A championship, a runnerup award and a body divot award for low net on the final day were Lockhaven trophies of three Alton women entered in the St. Louis Women's District Friday's Results Chicago 4, Philadelphia 3 (11 innings) Pittsburgh 3, New York 1 St. Louis 9, Houston 2 Milwaukee 1, Los Angeles 0 San Francisco 7, Cincinnati 3 Today'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 Sunday's Games Chicago at Philadelphia New York at Pittsburgh Milwaukee at Los Angeles Cincinnati at San Francisco St. Louis at Houston (N) Monday's Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2, twi-night) St. Louis at Houston (N) Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N) Cincinnati at San Francisco By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (150 at bats)-Groat, St. Louis, .334; T. Davis, Los Angeles, .333. Runs-H. Aaron, Milwaukee, and White, St. Louis, 57 Runs batted in-H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 55; White, St. Lous, 54. Hits — White, St. Louis 101; Groat, St. Louis, 99. Doubles-Groat and Javier, St. Louis, 21. Triples-Pinson, Cincinnati, 11; Brock, Chicago, and Skinner, Cincinnati, 6. Home runs-H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 210 McCovey, San Francisco, 17. Stolen bases-Robinson, Cincin nati, 21; Pinson, Cincinnati, 19. Pitching (Seven decisions)-Koufax, Los Angeles, and Marichal, San Francisco, 12-3. Strikeouts-Koufax, Los Angeles, 129; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 126. Only Two Americans Left at Wimbledon WIMBLEDON, England (API- It's a pretty good bet that the early bird who caught the worm didn't come from an American university. That's the opinion of many of the U.S. squad battling their way through these 77th Wimbledon tennis championships. Both Chuck McKinley and Frank Froehling — the two last Americans in the men's singles- say most of the U. S. players arrived too late to do much good. The reason: Many were tied up right until last week in U. S. intercollegiate tournaments. McKinley and Froehling — both students at Trinity University in San Antonio—were given special permission to duck the intercol- legiates and early. McKinley arrived three weeks ago, Froehling had a week's warm-up in a pre-Wimbledon tournament. But talented Americans like Dennis Ralston of Bukersfield Calif.; Bill Bond, San Diego Calif.; and Tom Edlefson, Berke ley, Calif., as well as Mexico' Rafael Osuna, a student at the University of Southern Californu were al on duty in the intercol legiate at Princeton, N. J. Thrown into action here on grass courts and virtually at a loment's notice, Bond went out n the first round, Ralston in the econd and Osuna and Edlefsen n the third. The field of 20 young Americans was trimmed to two Jo Ann Prentice Takes Over Lead BROOKVILLE, N.Y. (AP)—Jo Ann Prentice of Columbia, S.C., never has won a tournament on he ladies professional golfers .oui 1 , but today may be the day n the third and final round of he 54-hole Carvel Open. Jo Ann fired a five-under-par 67 for a tournament record in Friday's second round at the Tarn O'Shanter club to climb within tvyo strokes of Judy Kimball o; Sioux City, Iowa, the leader at 139. This was seven strokes bet' ter than her first round and an other 34-33 probably would be enough to win her first tourna ment. Jo Ann needed only 26 putts foi her 67 as she posted six birdies to tie Marilyn Smith, Tequesta Fla. for the runner-up spot at 141 Miss Smith, the first round lead er, shot a 71 and missed a firs place tie with Miss Kimball when she bogied the par 4 18th. iy the time the round of 16 was eached. McKinley lasted his svay into the quarter-finals Friday with a typi- :al mixture of good and indiffer- mt shots against Jaidip Mukerjea >f India, 6-3, 8-6, 6-3. The 22- 'ear-old American has yet to drop L set in this tournament. McKinley now meets Australia's Martin Mulligan, last year's de- eated finalist, or British Davii Cupper Bobby W.'.son in the scrap for a semifinal place. Froehling still has to win his berth in the quarter-finals. He plays today against Roger Tay or, a 20-year-old Briton with a big serve but not long on experi ence. Mulligan and Wilson also play today. Jim Lemoii Sold To While Sox PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Philadelphia Phillies sold outfield er Jim Lemon to the Chicag< White Sox Friday night for th $20,000 waiver price. Lemon, acquired by the Phillie from Minnesota May 4, appeared in 30 games and hit .276. He h two home runs and batted in sb runs, mostly as a pinch hitter Few Apply For 'Starter' Only moderate interest of goif- linded Alton men has been shown i the opportunity for appointment o the job of golf shop starter at le city golf courses. Time for filing applications ex- ijred Friday afternoon and only our had qualified to take an eligibility examination to be conducted by the Civil Service Commis- ion at 7 p.m. next Tuesday in City Hall. The job of golf starter pays 1.25 an hour. No age limitations vere set in the call for applica- ions by the commission, but its announcement said "Older man \atli knowledge of golf preferred." Applicants must file by July 21. Starters are responsible for staring golfers on the courses, collect- :ng fees, and selling suppplies. Two other examinations on city positions have also been set by he civil service board for July. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Columbus 1, Arkansas 0 Atlanta at Buffalo ppd, rain Indianapolis 4, Jacksonville 3 Richmond 4, Rochester 2 Toronto 8, Syracuse 6 Pacific Coast League Spokane 3, Dallas-Fort Worth 2 Oklahoma City 3, Portland 0 Denver 10, .>eattle 9 San Diego 3, Salt Lake 1 Tacoma 3, Hawaii 1 Hot Weather Could Tell Tale Tonight In East-West Game GOLFING NOTES Hole-in-One Louis C. Miller of Cottage Hills fired a hole-in-one recently at Muny Golf Course on the 120- yard No. 7 hole. Miller was playing in a foursome with Herb Frohock, Joe Kraveneck and Ceci Crosnoe. U was Miller's f i r s 1 hole-in-one in 23 years of playing golf. BASEBALL HEROES IK By THE ASSOCIATED PKKSS PITCHING — Warren Spahn, Braves, retired 19 men in order and wound up with three-hitter and 58th career shutout in 1-0 victory over Los Angeles that gave 43-year-old left-hander his first triumph over Dodgers on their field in 15 years. BATTING — Harmon Killebrew, Twins, led Minnesota to 11-4 and 10-3 doubleheader sweep over Washington by collecting six hits, including his 17th homer, and driving in five runs. By MARVIN R. 1MKE BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The veather could be an important actor in determining the winner of tonight's third annual AH-Amerca football game. If it continues hot and humid as it has been all week—and the weatherman says it might—fellows like Mississippi's Jim Dunaway, a 270-pounder, and Michigan State's Dave Behrman, a 265-1 pounder, might find themselves a lot lighter before the game's end. Heat and exercise often result in weight loss. The forecast calls for warm and humid weather again today, with a high temperature of about 90. Afternoon or evening thundershowers also were predicted. Approximately 30,000 fans were expected to watch the East, coached by Wisconsin's Milt ruhn, and the West, coached by Southern California's John McKay, battle in War Memorial Stadium. The West won the first game n 1961, 30-20, and the East cap- ;ured last year's, 13-7. Both coaches have picked their own quarterback to call signals. McKay will go with Bill Nelsen and Bruhn with Ron Vanderkelen. Both hooked up in a Rose Bowl passing duel last New Year's Day, with Nelsen and his fellow Trojans emerging victorious over the Badgers. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 American League Batting (150 at bats)-Malzone, Boston, .348; Wagner, Los Angeles, .343. Runs-Allison, Minnesota, 54; Ya- strzemski, Boston, 48. Runs batted in-Wagner, Los Angeles, 54; Allison, Minnesota, 54. Hits-Malzone, Boston, and Wagner, Los Angeles, 93. Doubles-Power and Versalles, Minnesota, 19. Triples-Hinton, Washington, 10; Clinton, Boston, and Fregosi, Los Angeles, 6. Home runs-Allison, Minnesota, 19; Wagner, Los Angeles, 18. Stolen bases - Aparicio, Balri- more, 20; Wood, Detroit, aand Hinton, Washington, 15. Pitching (Seven decisions)-Radatz, Boston, 7-1; Ford, New York, il-3. Strikeouts-Pizzaro, Chicago, 97; Barber, Baltimore, 94. LegionWhips OTallon in Extra Frame The Alton Legion team came from behind in extra innings Friday night to defeat O'Fallon on the Alton High Field, 6-5. O'Fallon, the southern league leader, had suffered only one previous loss before Friday's action. O'Fallon, scoring one in the third and two In the fourth, took a 3-1 lead into the bottom of the fifth when Alton erupted for three runs and a 4-3 lend. Carpenter then lashed a homer with no one aboard to tie the score at 4-alI. In the top of the eighth, O'Fallon tallied once on a single Nail and triple by Leaeve, but Alton fought back again. In the bottom of the frame Mike Grimsley legged a single into a double and scored the tying run on a double by Lee Davis. Tom Holden sacrificed Davis to third and, when the third sacker's throw sailed over the first baseman's head, Davis came In \v1th the winning run. Alton's record now stands at 7- overall and 4-4 in league play The Legion nine plays at Mascou tah Sunday at 2 p.m. Monday Al ton hosts Edwardsville, the north ern league leader. O'Fallon (5) Alton (6) low-net Championship which came to a close Friday at Norwood Hills Country Club. Mrs. J. B. Mulford was Ihe winner of the tournament, a solid three strokes ahead of Mrs. Wallace Kolbrener of Westwood. Mrs. Mulford shot an 86 on the final day to go along with an 84 and. 83 on the two previous days. Mrs. Millford's handicap is 12 and her final total, 217. "I actually shot better at Normandy," Mrs. Mulford told the Telegraph, "but I scrambled well n the final round and my short jame was good." Mrs. George Bassford was runnerup in the second flight with a total score of 224, one shot behind the second flight winner, Mrs. Sigmund Meyer of Triple A. Mrs. P. O'Neill, who copped the body pivot award for the best low net on the final day, finished 10th n the third flight with an overall total of 239. Player Hoffman Leaeve Trane Warma Schneider Merkel Carpenter Richardson Nail Totals Inning: O'Fallon Alton AB R H Player AB R H 522 Baiter 4 0 503 Grimsley 322 5 0 1 Davis 422 2 0 1 Holden 4 1 2 400 Terry 3 0 t 400 Mlnsker 2 0 Vander- 3 1 3 griff 3 0 Bunting 2 0 310 Dunham 3 1 4 1 2 35 1 11 Totals 28 6 6 12345878 RHE 00120101—511 3 01003002—6 B 3 STOP WISHING . . START DRIVING! Got a "pocketful of dreams" about a newer car but lack the ready cash to match? Look into a low cost Auto Loan from us. Action will be fast! Convenient terms! PHONE HO 2-9214 Oil SEE KENNEY KLOOS MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. 311 Ridge, near Broadway p.m. EST. 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