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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1963 Spahn Hurls 58th Shutout of Career, 1-0 19 Dodgers in Ron' IU MIKK d Pre KATIIKT S|>nrts \\ riler •r Warren Spahn. supiroedly («ilighf of his r.irc'T. N'W U. the H'.'elf"-- li'fl-lvinder nf UK Milwaukee Braves broueh! bark inemorirs of !vv f ; 1\ day? Friday nicht men in ordei , illirv-hitt'T nl his carei i in l.'.i DodcerF at l/i With a brilliant nr>rfonnan< which he did not allow a hit Jim Gilliani boinved a single "lit in '.n chi his 1J< of hi.-- ek of oi fiird bast v ith one seventh, Spahn brou; record to 11-?. It was the 58th : hiitout 19-year big league career. The victory also kei>; him i in: 1 toward his 13th L'O-victory son. while dropping the se< place Dodeevs !'.< caries In National League k-adinc St. I." 1 The Cardinals remained on ton downing Houston 9-:' as Curt FU. drove in four runs 'v ir a in" snides. Third-place San Francisco got a rwo-hit pitching job from Juan Marichal and two relievers hut needed Chuck Miller's tie-breaking single and homers by Willie Mays and Willie McCovcy in the ei-hth inning to defeat Cincinnati 7-3. In other games, the Chicago Cubs tied the Reds for fourth place by edging Philade'pnn -I-:-; on Ron Santo's llth inning hoiver and Pit'shurcr'i used Bill Virdon'r two-run homer as the key blow in » 3-1 trii.mph over the New York iMe's. Flood produced mo-t of the power for the drdiivi!'- while George Altman knocked in two runs with a triple and a sacrifice fly and Julian Javier extended hi- hiUing streak to 11 games with a single and double. Five Colt errors and four unearned runs made it easy for Bob Gibson, who brought his record to 7-3 with a six-hitter. Dick Drott, 2-6. took the loss. Vada Pinson got the first hit off Marichal, a two-run homer with two out in the sixth. Pinson's eithth inning single—the Reds only other hit—chased Marichal and an error by winning pitcher Billy Hocft enabled the Reds to tic it'vihVs. persistent 3-3. Miller. Mays and McCovey who just missed then took over against Al Worth- held Rovfils Prove Stubborn.. But , \Succnmb, 5-3 j COLLINSVILLE — The VV o o d • River Royals girls softball team (proved stubborn Friday night, but | succumbed to strong Collinsville. |:>-3. ; The win put (he Roekettes in a I tie for first place with the Alton 'Lakers, each sportine 10-3 re! cords. For the Royals, it was j their eighth loss in 10 Twilight 1 League games. Shirley Tucker hurled all the way for the Royals, allowing six lilt);, striking out five and wnlklng none. After Collinsville took a 1-0 lead in the first inning, the Royals tied the score in the third when J.Sue Frit/sehe doubled and later i scored on all error. | The Rocketees tallied twice in the fourth. In the fifth the Royals scored once when Leona was hit by a pitch and scored on singles by Miss Fril/sche and Saya iStanich. i 0-olliiisvillr tnllii'd two more | in the sixth. In the top of the seventh, Wood Kiver threatened. Miss Frit/sche sinjjled to seore one nui and left the, buses loaded with one out. But, the Roekettes pulled off a double play to preserve t h e win. Six errors by the Royals made it easier for the Roekettes to grab a share of first. Tonight Wood River entertains Maryville at Jaycee Field in Wood River at 8:30. Wynn Falters Again •/ In Bid for 300th Win CHH'AuO .AT'— Aiu-ient Karlv j innings and \V\mi. whose quest for his 300th : stint auainst victoiA is IvcomiiK .in aromatic; Sox more or five-hit pitching the Chicago White less on his own ac- <Tiis:ulc. lud no boef .ifter his'oord. And. it turned out. he was fifth try to crash the magic pitch- taken off the hook as the Indians inn circle failed Friday night. rallied in the ninth for a -1-3 vie- As a matter of fact. Cleveland's! lory. •ll'.-veav-old six Wyiiu. who reuinied to the base- HEALER Valley Youth Village, who did the 100 meters in 11 seconds. Behind him is John Morton, Miami, Florida. Royals (3) Collinsville (5) Player AB R H Player AB R H "20 Mezzano 300 0 0 Rowe 3 1 2 CORVALLIS, Ore. — First to break the tape in the first heat of the day at the AAU National Decathlon Championships here was Joe Hilbe, Santa Clara __(_AP Wirephoto)__ Doris Phillips ; / Women's Amateur TieforT °p The Alton Lakers girls softball team moved into a tie for first FREEPORT. 111. 'APi — Belle-'triumph over favored Salley 01- and nine bogeys—five right off j place in the Twilight League Fri- Doris Phillips. ' sen. Rockford. in their scheduled | the bat over the first five holes, j day night with Collinsville by in 1960, finally|SB-hole title match Friday. : Miss Phillips probably took the! beating Venice. 5-3. al Watertow- the Illinois Women's State) The Belleville swinger, who was|most starch out of her favored; er. '• Sievers Tucker Cairns Fritzsche | Stanich ] Hertford i Anderson I Zolner Whitten j McMiUen I Pierce 26 Mezzano 3 Rowe 3 BaumKarcl- nc-r Mnsarang Buecher Denny Dec revel Mnytas Purlce Allen Yost ! Inning: ; Royals ; Collinsville 3 6 Totals 1234567 0010101—3 100202 X — S 27 5 6 RH E a lopsided 9 and 8 ington, '1-1. 'McCovey had two Amateur homers for the night. Orlando day. Cepeda also connected for the Tvliss Phillips, a secretary for Giants. 'her dad-an electrical contractor Santo's homer off Jack Bald-!—fashioned schun, 5-4, gave the Cubs vcitory to Dick Ellsworth, who kept 10 hits well spaced for a 10-6 record. Virdon's homer got the Pirates j off to a 2-0 lead against the Mets and they held on behind Joe Gibbon, 3-5, and reliever Al McBean. Golf Championship to-; runner up in the 1960 state meetj riv al with Jier eagle on the 420 PROBABLE PITCHERS Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Cleveland (Kralick 7-6) at Chi- The loss was tagged on Roger: caK o (Buzhardt 9-3). Craig, who went the distance and LO S Angeles 'Chance 6-7) at De- allowed only six hits but came i ro ii iBunning 4-8>. away with his 10th straight defeat to Lois, Drafke. La Grange, won this year's championship 'match almost before it started. Miss Olsen, who Thursday had battered Miss Drafke's bid for her second successive state crown and an unprecedented sixth championship, lost four of the first five holes and never recovered against Miss Phillips. Miss Phillips, who also manages a driving range built by her father, matched par at Freeport Country Club's course with a 39- yard, par-5 12th hole just after 7 — 76 morning IS and a 6-hole Kansas City (Drabowsky 0-3) ati loaci nt , he fajdway mark. Miss Baltimore (Pappas 5-4). 'Olsen's wobbly opening 43-39—82 , Boston (Nichols 0-0) at New^ eft ( 101 . 6-over-par. jYork 'Terry 7-8). , The m;Uch ended on the 2 gth Minnesota IStange 2-0. at \Vash- . ho]c afte] . Mjss Qlsen ^ue.^. ington lOsteen 1-6) (M. | pyed , hrpe suceessive holes and CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago National League ! finished 14-over-par for that dis- Bears said Friday they have trad- , Chicago (Jackson 9-6 or Hobble j (an(?e compare d ^ t h 4-over-par ed quarterback Dick Norman to 3-6 at Philadelphia (Mahaffey 3-9)| fo| , ih ' fl new c ) ianlp i on . the San Francisco 49ers for a high 'N'. _ ' .MJ, S oiscn. who had scored a draft choice next year in the New York (Willey 6-6) at PMs-:^ v j elorv on t h e igth liole of The win boosted the Lakers' i league record to 10-3, the same Miss Olsen had rwo in the llth to as Collinsville, a 5-3 winner over shave her deficit to 4 holes. ; Wood River Friday night. Venice was dropped to third with a 9-4 mark with the loss. The Lakers did it the hard way, coming up with a five- run sixth inning after Venice had scored three times In the fourth for a 3-0 lead. Bev Conaway went all the way for the Lakers, giving up three hiis. striking out five and walking seven. JoAnn Turpiano was her oppo- neni. allowing seven hits, issuing four walks and striking out one Miss Phillips plans to compete in the U.S. Women's Open July 18-20 at Cincinnati. Connor Fires One-Hitter As Cubs Win Bears Trade IN or man To San Francisco Louis (Broglio «-3) at Hous- ! National Football League draw- burgh (Friend 9-61 (N). ings for new talent. ' Norman,' former Stanford Un- ton iNottPbart 5-1' iNi. versity star, is from Downey, Milwaukee (Lemaster 4-4> at: Calif. Norman drew little work Los Angeles (Kouf..\ 12-3) (Ni. I in last season's games because of Cincinnati i.Nuxhall 5-31 at San ; Bill Wade, and Rudy Bukich. 'Francisco (Sanford 9-fi>. I ^^ v j elorv on t h e i (hr is.|, o | e ' scm ifi, la ] round match with defending champion Drafke, L In the 11-12-year-old Danny Connor fired a one-hitter as the Cubs jolted the Eagles, 12-0. Connor struck out 10 and belted a horner. In other 11-12-year-old game s Friday, the Rebels walloped the Pirates, 22-0, the Tigers ripped the Blue-jays, 13-3, the Yanks trimmed the Orioles, 10-3, Hellrung defeated the Dodgers, 5-3, the Hawks topped the Wildcats. Diane manaKKi to ,vin six holes from | ^,.,., p n ji]jp s Hl>xvcvor ' thf , R OL .kf O rd player i was cr , ns j_ st p nt iy in liot water with' n() ff , wn; . n Kin ' f i vl , doublo-lx>geys 5-3, the Cardinals edged the Bears, 2-1 . the Falcons nipped t h c Braves, 5-4, and the Athletics eked out a 4-3 decision ovw Ihe Indians. Dave Gnither had two homers and a double for the Tigers while Davidson had u homer and two singles for the Blue- jays. Uiidu belted a homer, triple and double for the Rebels. Chandler Morton smashed a ^rand-slain homer and a single for (he Yanks while Davis had a pair of lilts for the Orioles. Mike Pnreell slammed a double and single for Ht'tlnniH as Nnnip homered . for Ihe DcKlger.H. J Heinkel ripped three hits for I the Hawks. Reid a pair of sin- 6 a .£?. U e ! before | )e j n g relieved by Cotter in the sixth. There were no extra base hits in the game. .Miss Coua'.vay held the S|M>rtettes hitless until t h c fourth. Two walks and a hit loaded the bases. Two successive fielder's choices brought In two runs. Sharon IJnd'Twood's single brought in Venice's third and final run of the game. Venice managed only one hit the last three innings. In the sixth the Sportottfs loaded t h e bases with none out, but M i s s Conaway struck oui Miss Turpia- no, Rosemary Archangel sv a s forced at h:>rne and Angle Linger popped to third. The leakers loaded the bases with one out in the sixth frame. Miss Cotter relieved Miss Turpiano and walked Itrcmla Duke to force in a run. Lynn l.usby singled home. Sandy (irimsley uncl Betty On- olrey and (hen Leu Kollis lUlme llirouK'li with a single to drive in the final two runs thai clinched (lie win. In Golf Open; Player Leads By FRITZ HOWELL Associated Press Sports Writer CLEVELAND (AP)-The $110,000 Cleveland Open Golf Tournament featured a traffic jam today with 75 survivors of the first two rounds packed within eight strokes of each other. PGA officials said it is the tightest concentration of talent in years, and they've arranged an 18-hole Monday playoff instead of a sudden-death climax if n 72- hole deadlock occurs. The red-hot field short-circuited Beechmont County Club's par 71 plant through the first 36 holes of the four-day chase, and 51 hit the halfway mark under Ihe card. Scores of 143, one over, were necessary to survive the cutoff. Heading the pack with 135 after rounds of 66 and 69 were 40-year- old Bo Wininger, Oklahoma's big game hunter; 27-year-old Gary Player, who comes from South Africa, where Wininger shoots his lions and such; and 26-year-oid Tommy Aaron of Gainesville, Ga. 1958 national amateur finalist. Masters champion Jack Nick- latis, who described his par of (iS rounds as "just fair." was wrapped in u four-way tic at 1-G with Tony Lcma, the year's fourth ranking money winner; Jim Fcr- rce, who had eight birdies Friday and missed a lie for the top by bogoying the 18th; and Bob Goal- DIES AT 77 John Franklin (Home Run) Baker, who led the American League in homers from 1911 through 1914, died today in Trappe, Md. He was 77. He had suffered his second stroke in two years earlier this month. Baker, a star with the old Philadelphia Athletics and New York Yankees, finished with a 12-year career batting average of .308. (AP Wirephoto) and Outdoors with Harold Brand by, who admitted, "I've had a ho: putter since the third hole of tho tournament." Veteran Sam Snead and first- BOWLING BOWL HAVEN Thursday Mixed Women — Leady 194, Berry 183, Holt 192, Beckman 191, Summer 179. Men — Edgar 211, 225208 (644), Coleman 236, Hilgert 235, Tuttle 229, Leady 212. Friday Men DeWitt 255 (609), Johnston 221222, Tuttle 216, Peters 213, Steiger 209, Compis 204, Martin 203, Read 203, Compis 201, Grohnke 200. BOWL ARENA Friday Mixed Men — Belt 213, A. Sheets 209208, Rook 209, Kuckeberg 208, Holland 204. Women — Dodson 180, Mesxaros 179, Taut 176, Sheets 167, Belt 158. BOWL INN 3-Mun Team Courtright 217-212 (810), Smith 200, Judd 236-203, Grizzle 214, Dronmm 203, Saylor 201, Corfiatis 221-201 (809). WAfJNKK HOLDS A RECORD LOS ANGELES (/£') -Right fu.'lfler Leon Wagner of the Ixis Angeles Angels is tho best Negro left-handed home run round co-leader Bill Kggers were hitter tied at .137 with Rod Funseih of Spokane and Don January. They were a stroke up on a five-\vay jjani u-hk'h included U.S. Onv.'n i champion Julius Boros and Mason tw °lioadcr Kgnor star > Plum ;!•' BELLE VILLE WINNER FKKffiPORT, HI. — Doris Phillips, left, of Belleville, accepts the championship trophy for winning the 300th annual Illinois State Women's Amateur Golf Championship hpre Friday. Mrs. W. W. Muluken of Bioomington, state IWGA president, is at right. (AP Wirephoto) jglt-s for the Wildcats. Winning I hurler Rirky Rcidt bangixi hits for the Curds and Cornell had a homer and single for the Bears. Krepel doubled for I h e Falcons and VanbckPtes homered and singled for the Bears. Tom) Pemll hit a liomcr and single for lb(^ A's as Carroll tripled and singled lor (he Indians. ; K In (In- !MO.sear-old league Ihe.ij. d Keils lopped the Cuiis, Kl-f), and I..\n hi Ihe Kiiplos iriinmed Hie Foxes, lfl-7. Kim Barrett iripled and sin- glcd for the Kfds, Tom Thompson tripled lor the Cubs. Suhulz fanned 1") for the Hugh's while Dave Coiisley tripled and doubled twice. Steve Cooper homered and singled for the Foxes. In the CMJ-year-uld league UK- KelH'ls downed the |{e<l- bird*, 5-2, ami tlic Dodger* defeated the Seal*, H-5. lion Kali'.v tanned i;t fur Ilic Hoi), els us Jtii'key (irwn doubled and singled. Hard lilt a iiljile ami two liliigltts (or the, Uexi- bird*. Weaver lushed t )i r e o hit* for tint Dodgers. Wooft i had a triple and double (or the SftidN. In the UKl7-year-old league Toiught the Lakers Decatur in u doublc- starting at 7:30. Gloria find Barbara Arrowsmith sharp pitching chores for Der while Bev Conaway will one game for I he Lakers. in baseball history. Cheeks, as he is called teammates, liil 37 homers 1962, Best previous mark by by southpaw slugger was Larry Doby's 32 for Cleveland in Venice (.1) AH H II :i d n o Travis iMillis r-recnm . Hand <,i ini.ilcy OMOfn'V Duke l.us>l>v host state Rudolph. The latter had six consecutive birdies Friday. Arnold Palmer was in position to make one of his famous stretch drives, but he. had a lot of com- I 139, where 11 are brack- i Home Run Raker Dies Peacefully 1952 and again in 1954. SPORTSMAN'S l.akers (S) "layer AH H II FISHING COURTESX t Tolals Inning: Venice Ltil;ors 1234567 000X000—3 0 0 0 0 0 5 X— S 7 RHF. MIDWEST LEAGUE Uy THE ASSOCIATED I'KESS Clinton 1, Quad Cities 0 Quiney li, Kox Cities 0 HurlinKton 24, \V:iterkx/ '2 Cedar Rapids 5-0. DuhuqiH" Wisconsin Rapids .'i Dceatur Hellrung toppled the Redbirds, 4-1 Ron Bordeaux had two hits FIGHT RESULTS By Till-: ASSOC.'IATHD I'l KSS PANAMA - Bedford Francis, 128, Panama, knocked out Wesley Hines, 12ti, Jamaica B.W.I. 8. TRAI'PK, Md. (APi - John Franklin (Iliine Ruin Baker, whose baiting exploiis of half a century ago won him a place in baseball's Hall of Fame, died Friday at his home. The 77-year-old former star of I the Philadelphia Athletics and New York Yankees suffered u. stroke ulxxit two weeks ago. j Baker won bis nickname in the ] HI] I World Series, when he won 3 | the second game for the Allilelics 1 j wilh a two-run, six-inning homer jolf Kube Mari|iiard of (be New York Ciianls and tied Ihe xeore ;it 1-1 in the ninth inning of the third game with a homer off Christy Muthcwson. Some of the terminology used in various types of fishing is told by the outdoor writer for the Kiekhaefer Corp., Fond du Lac, Wis. Anglers often discover fish and methods are known by different names in other areas. For example fish known as white perch here are called drum in many other regions. Fishing Words Fishermen use a lot of words, most good, a few had, and some that don't seem to make any sense at all. Local terms that define fish and fishing methods can confuse even the pros. If you don't know the difference between "chunkin 1 " and "plug- gin' " it doesn't really matter. You're safe if you just stick to casting. But, sometimes, say fishing experts, an understanding of local expressions can be very helpful. Let's see if you can describe Ihe method of fishing and species oi fish usually involved with the following terms: fa) Skittering; (B) Mooching; (cj Jugging; id) Cake walking; (e) Squidding; and (f) Notching. Answers (a) Skittering — A method used for catching bass with a long cane pole and bait, usually fish strip or pork chunk. The bait is danced across the surface along the shore. (hi Mooching — .Salmon fishing technique using anchovie or herring as bait in the Pacific Northwest. (c) Jugging — Catching catfish wilh set lines supported by glass jugs or other floats. Used f o r both sport and commercial fishing in the Mississippi Valley. (d) Cako walking — Method of skipping a deep-running plug or bail across the toltom. Used in northern waters for lake trout. C2> Squidding — Surf fishing term popular mainly on Ihe east coast. While particularly used in reference lo striped bass, t h e same bails or artificials will catch a variety of fish. i ((I Notching — Modifying a plug to reduce exlrme action and re- jtrieving with the rod top extended deep into the water. Deadly lor bass in Ihe bayou country. hall wars in Tribr warpaint June 21, had a groat dud going for six innings with 22-year-old Dave De- husschere, seeking his first major league victory. Wynn, yielding lo a pinch batter in the seventh and trailing 3-2, explained: 'For five innings, I had good sluff and was golfing the bali across the way I wnnted. Then. I started getting tired and told Birdie Tebbptls, and he took me out. "I'm gradually working into shape where I can pit oh with only four or five days rest and he ready whenever Birdie wants me to go. "I thought I did pretty good, j although 1 didn't have the stuff here 1 had a week ago in my first crack wilh Cleveland against the Sox." Wynn lost lo Chicago L'-O n week Ix-forc on Ron Hansen's two-run home run in the ninth at Cleveland. "Hell, 1 don't care if T get No. !00 against the White Sox who released him last fall after five seasons and gave him an unsuccessful trial (his spring, or any (other club," he said. "In fact,, I would just as soon gel No. 300 against the Yankees and knock them out of first place with the While Sox taking over. "I'll say one thing. When T get No. 300, I'm going to get the winning ball and carry il around in my pocket a couple of days before 1 have it gold-plated or something." It appeared Wynn's departure was prompted when Manager Al Lopex of the Sox replaced De- Busschehc, who also allowed five hits in six innings, with Jim Brosnam to start the Tribe sev- venth. The victory went to the third Tribe hurler, Ted Abemathy. Brosnan, wlio had an 0.96 ERA in 15 appearances, was the victim of Cleveland's two-run burst settling the game in the ninth. He yielded three singles before Willie Kirkland's squeeze bunt single off Koyt Wilhelm, scored the winning run from third. Oopez explained he yanked De- Busschere because "from where I was in the dugout, I could tell he was getting tired." WhUe the Sox were failing to make headway in the chase after the Yankees, the Chicdgo Cubs notched their 40th victory ol the season against 34 defeats with ,an llth-inning, 4-3 triumph over the Phils on Ron Santos' non-on homer at Philadelphia Friday -.light. It was lefty Dick Ellsworth all the way for the Cubs, as h» registered his 10th decision against six setbacks. Ellsworth scattered 10 hits and held the Ph'.Is scoreless tied nine innings the score at after they had 3-3 in th.: second inning. Today, the While Sox send Johnny Buzhardt (9-S> against Cleveland's Jack Kralick (6-2) in the second game of a four-game series, while the Cubs' Larry Jackson (9-6) faces Art MahaJ- f(?,\ (3-9) in a night game at Philadelphia. PLAY WITH STICKS EAST LANSING, Mich. W> — Michigan State golfers Gary Panks and Tom Gorman made the switch from hockey to golf. Both began their Spartan athletic careers with the 1961-62 hockey team. 'SPORTSMAN* LANDING BASS WITHOUT A NET SOME EXPERT BASS r--i(-:i -:R MEM NEVER USE A UAN'. 1Q NET, NOR "HORSE"A BAS^i C.U, OF THE WATER. THEV PL A 1 . A BASS UNTIL IT IS EXHAUSTED, THEN LEAD iT IN CLOSE SO IT CAN BE LIFTED BV SHARPING ITS LOWER JAW: PLACING THUMB INSIDE AND PRESSING FINGERS UNDER <JAW PARALYZES A BASS WHILE UNHOOK- IMQ AND 6TBINSERINS IT- for Hellrung, Harvey for the Redbirdg. two Kelso, a gelding, is the horse to win Ihe Jockey Gold Cup Ihree times. only. Club i MOST CP US HAVE MET TH« BRASH INTRUDER WHO JOINS US, UNASKEO, UUST AS WE ARE ABOUT TO HAVE SOMB LUCK, USUALLY IT HAPPENS AT A POOL TOO SMALL FOR COMPANY, YET IT MAY BE ON A LARGE LAKE JUST WHEN WE WAVE LOCATEP A SCHOOL. OF FISH. IN EITHER CASEv, WE PREFER TO BE AUONB--TOO MUCH ACTIVITY OR NOISE IS CERTAIN TO RUIN THE FISHING. LET'S ALL- VOW TO OBSERVE THIS COURTESY; NO INFRINQE- M6NT8 OF ANPTHBH'S ARgA. THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! iySr/" .sfrj^ggggfl '-2- COMBINED f \^^^^^^^ MIDGET AND ^£J^Sfjj^J£ r SUPER MODIFIED RACES EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT MoilllliHl Mock & 1'Uinlei Ueucler Huces Ivvcry luenluy Niglil I GODFREY SPEEDWAY Ruule 67 3 Miles North of Alton Time Trials 7:30—Uuclng 0:30

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