Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 25
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
July 1, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

Publication:
Location:
Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Monday, July 1, 1963
Page:
Page 25
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 25 article text (OCR)

MOftDAV, JULY 1,1963 ALTON EVENING Boston Generous, Yankees Win Pair ny ,iiM Assnclnled Ptom spoH* If RoblH Roberts will stop sobbing soflly over thorn in the corner, we will discuss what the Boston Rod Sox Icnrnod over the weekend v about how to bent the New ¥ork Vahkees. First, Uiey learned that Yogi Bcrra's .186 batting average does Mot Indicate that he can't hit any mote. Then they learned that you do not give the Yankees four outs In an inning. And yoti definitely do not give them five. And Robin's problem? Well, Roberts has pitched In 573 major league games but the one he is likely to remember in the wee hours of the morning when sleep conies hard, Is the first game of Sunday's Baltimore-Knn- sns City double header. Roberts went 13 1-3 innings in muggy heal, left with one out in the 14th, a runner on second and the score tied 1-1. Meanwhile, his Oriole mates had left 13 men on base. ' A walk, a ground out, and then reliever Dick Hall served a twc- run single to Doc Edwards, Tlie 3-1 loss was pinned on Roberts. The Orioles struggled 12 innings in the second game to win -1-3. The Yankees pasted the Red Sox twice, 4-2 and 11-<1, and may have buried any pennant hopes I hat lurked in the Boston brenst. The double win gave Ihe Yankees a Iwo game American League lead, and dropped the Red Sox 4V4 games back. The second p'ace Chicago White Sox split, dropping the opener 10 Ihe Cleveland Indians 8-4 for their trnui straight l< ss, before winning tha second gome '1-2. The Minnesota Twins won their seventh straight 6-2 over Washing- Ion, and Detroit trimmed the Los Angeles Angels 6-5. Old Yogi, now 38 and used mo.tr- ly as a coach and pinch hitter this season, slugged a three-run homer in the first inning off Red Sox starter Bill Monbouquetle for all the runs Ihe Yankees needed. The Rod Sox got nine hits off Whltey Ford—who won his 12lh and ninth straight decision—and reliever Hal ttenlff who came on In the seventh, Monbouqucte, who had won nine straight, and Arnold Earley held the Yanks to five. Although the Red Sox stranded nine men in the first four innings of the second game, they had a 2-1 load in the Yankee fourth. With the bases loaded, Boston first baseman Dick Stuart let Tony Kubok's two-out grounder go through his logs for a three-run, Ihree-base error. In the seventh, the Red Sox messed tip a foul pop by Roger Marls, who promptly singled, and Ihen Chuck Shilling made his second error of the season on a two- out grounder. Four runs followed. Two-run homers by Max Alvis, 'Mike dc la Hoz and Woody Held powered the Indians In their opener. Dick Donovan lost a shutout in the ninlh. Gary Peters pitched a seven- hitter in the second game for his fifth victory, and third over the Indians. Pete Ward had two hits including his 10th homer am'. Tom McCraw singled home two runs for the White Sox. Minnesota held onto third spot, 2Vj games back, as Camil Pascual and Mike Forniclcs teamed for the victory. Pascual left, after three innings when his arm stif fetied. He had not pitched since June 12 because of a muscle strain in his right shoulder, but he fanned five of the 10 hatters lie faced before he left. Jimmie Hall'i three-run homer was the big blow. The A's didn't get a hit until the seventh. Dick McAuliffe hit a lead-off homer in the ninth off Los Ange Ics relief ace Julio Navarro for Ihe Detroit victory. For the Angels, Leon Wagner had a good day in the field, hit his 19lh homer raised his batting average to a league leading .351 and his RBI lotul to 57. Kulp Conquers Jaycee Golf Tournament Torn Kulp emerged the winner of the Annual Junior Chamber of Commerce Junior Golf Tournament over the weekend at Rock Spring Golf Course. Kulp shot n 78 to take the First Class division. Runner up was Jnck Hclinkamp, who shot an 82. Both boys will cpmpcto III the stale tourney Inter tills month. Mike Grover and Steve Kovic tied for third place with 83s. in Cjlass A competition, Jim Vellum shot 87 for the title. Francis Herzog was runnerup with 89 and Robert Von Hatten had 91 for the third. Kulp and Veltum will receive trophies at a dinner at Hotel Stratford at a later date. Wib Spaulding Feature Winner In supermodificd races at the Godfrey Speedway Sunday night, Wib Spaulding of Granite City won the feature 25-lap race. Spaulding also won the-second heal: race. In Ihe first heal. Clarence of Bethallo was the winner. Dave Hollis of Granite City won the trophy dash. Jn the midget results, Dwighl Brown of Decatur was the winner of the feature event, Ijirry IMajeski of Kansas City, Mo,, won the second heat and Bill Peiitorbaugh of Koxumi took tho first heat, Steve Orme of Sherman, 111,, won the trophy dash. Some special events are planned for the regular Tuesday night race program oif fender benders, amateurs and modifieds. The regular combined midget and super modified races will run again next Sunday. Tuesday Lasl Day For Jamboree List Tuesday will be the last day fpr youngsters to register fpr competition in the Sports Jamboree tit West Junior High Schoo track Saturday afternoon at o'clock. So tar, 110 have registered. The public is Invited to attend the festivities Saturday. New York Ihicago Minnesota Boston ONK »BI LOS ANGELES OH — On tiiei first visit to Cliuvey, Ravine thi: season, the New York Mots drovi in one run in a double lieade requiring 22 innings. They, tas W) and 4-2 in 13 Innings to th rjodgers. One of the Mets 1 run scored on an error. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. .. 44 28 .611 .. 45 33 .577 ..43 32 .573 .. 40 33 .548 I'd. G.B. 6 6'/2 Cleveland 40 36 .526 Baltimare .. .41 38 .519 Los Angeles ... 41 39 .513 7 <ansas City ... 41 40 .459 11. Detroit: 9 45 .392 16 Washington ... 23 56 .291 42V 2 Sunday's Games Detroit 6, Los .Angeles 5 Cleveland 8-0, Chicago 4-4 New York 4-11, Boston 2-4 Minnesota 6, Washington 2 Kansas City 3-3, Baltimore 1-4 1st game 14 innings, 2nd game 2 innings) Saturday's Games New York 2, Boston 0 Baltimore 3, Kansas City 2 Cleveland 5, Chicago 2 Los Angeles 7,-Detroit 4 Minnesota at Washington, post- oned, rain. Today's Games Boslon al New York (N) Kansas Cily at Baltimore- (N) Only games scheduled. Tuesday's Games Minnesota at Detroit (N) Boston al Cleveland (N) Kansas Cily at Washington (N) Los Angeles at Baltimore (N) Chicago at New York (N) National League W. L. Pot. G.B. St. Louis 45 31 .592 ,os Angeles ... 43 32 .573 1% 44 33 .571 I'/u ..41 35 .539 4 . 40 35 ,533 Wi ,.38 37 .507 6% ..36 39 .480 8Vi . 35 41 .461 10 . 29 48 .377 IG'/i . 29 49 .372 17 Sunday's Games Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2 Pittsburgh 3, New York 0 Milwaukee 7, Los Angeles; 0 San Francisco 7, Cincinnali 3 Houston 1, St. Louis 0 Saturday's Games Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 3 Chicago at Philadelphia, post poned, rain Pittsburgh 4, New York 3 St. Louis 2, Houston 1 Los Angeles 6, Milwaukee 5 (11 innings) Today's Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia 2 twi-niglit St. Louis at Houston (N) Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N Cincinnati at San Francisco an Francisco Cincinnati Chicago Milwaukee •itlsburgh Philadelphia . New York •louston Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N New York at Chicago Cincinnati at Houston (N) St.' Louis at IMS Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco (N 1 Cljryster* Plymouth* Valiant you to^fl to any ww car a/(gr th9 iaW RATHGEB^s BRIGHTON DETERMINED GORVALLIS, Ore. — Dick Embcrgcr, Marine lieutenant from Roanoke, N. J., shows strain as he crosses finish line to win 1500-meter race and place second in the two-day, 10-event National AAU Decathlon Championships at Corvallis, Ore., Saturday. Embergcr's second place makes him eligible, along with the new champion, Steve Panly of Oregon State University, to join a U. S. track team which is to tour Europe later this year. (AP Wireplioto) West Stars Defeat East Team, 22-21 Cards Retain Edge in National BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The rsl test of the pro football rook:s of 1963 points to eight as good els to make the grade. They are Hugh Campn?!'. and Cermit Alexander of the San rancisco 49ers, Lee Rov Jordan f the Dallas Cowboys, George aimes and Daryle Lamonica of he Buffalo Bills, John Mackey of Baltimore Colts, Pat Pichter f the Washington Redskins and ill Nelson of the Pittsburgh feelers as good bets to make Ihe rade. On Ihe basis of their showing in aturday night's All-America ame won by the West 22-21 over ie favored East, Glynn drifting f the New York Gaints, Thunder hornton of the St. Louis Cardin- Chiefs Split WeekendTilts The Alton Jackson Chiefs soft- all team splil four games over :ie weekend. Saturday night at Bloom ington lie Chiefs won a doublehader rom Laesche's Dairy, laking the irst game, 2-0, and coming back vith a 2-1 squeaker in the nighl- ap. Bryant was the first-game winner, giving up six hits. Waikins niul Bryant each had two hits. Crotchett gave up five hils and von Ihe second game as Burmesl- • had a pair of hils. Sunday al Jaycee Field in Wood liver, Decalur Perfect Window ook a twin bill from the Chiefs, first game by 3-1 and the sec- nd one by 10-1. Calvin was the loser in the first game and Ilogan the winner. \Vatkins had two hits. Crotchet! was the loser in the finale as SchiUinger hud Iwo .safeties for the Chiefs, The Chiefs play in the Decalur ourncy over Ihe July 4th holi- ay. Wednesday night they face ie Springfield Hawks at Chaps 'ark at 9 o'clock. Alt-WoodWins Oiw, Drops 2 The Alt-Wood Merchants soft- iall learn lost two of three games ilayed over the weekend. Saturday night the M e r- chants split a twin bill with Deoatnr Perfect Window, winning the first giimu, 3>2, behind the Jour-hit pitching of Ulster. Wintjen and West each had two hits. Perfect Window bounced hack o win the second game, 11-1 Johnson was the starler a n c osing pilcher. He was relieved )y John ^In the second. Sunday night in the Granite City Park. Di s t r i c t tournament ,amb threw a one-hitter at the Merchants as the Park District earn won, 3-1, Mutz got the only lilt for the Merchants, a double with one out In tin* seventh. Garner was thu loser us she allowed four hits, three by Koll- Tonight the Merchants pla; Mickey's and Millie's of Gl'anil City in a losers' bracket gann at 9 o'clock. als, Larry Ferguson of the Detroit lions, Dave Robinson of Ihe Green Bay Packers and Ray Mansfield, Bonnie Goodwin and Nale Ram- ;ey of the Philadelphia Eagles ilso appear to have plenty on Ihe ball. The list is long because the ;ame was remarkably well played considering the 81-degree heat ,in he sleam taalh that was War Memorial Stadium. A crowd of 20,850 turned out for he contest, co-sponsored by the American Football Coaches Asso- ialion and the Buffalo Evening views. Hugh Campbell, the Washing- on State whiz who led the nation n pass receptions for three years, vas voted the most valuable play- for catching eight passes for yards and two touchdowns, lis lasl TD calch in the final period, plus Mansfield's conver- ion, won Ihe game for John Mc<ay of Southern California, the 962 college Coach of The Year. Nelson threw two touchdown passes, completing ]1 of 27 for 162 yards. Jordan, Alabama's fine lineback er, shored up Ihe Easl line and should make the Dallas club a ine defensive star. He was the jest lackle in the game. The Buffalo fans were thrilled by the work of Saimes, the Michigan State fullback, who lopped hem all with 8(i yards in 16 carries. He suffered a rib injury ate in the game. Lamonica, the 1962 Notre Dame quarterback, was held out at the slarl due lo injuries, but opened up with the pro-type long bombs when he got a chance to throw. He hil Willie Richardson, a Mure Baltimore Colt from Jackson, Miss. Slale, with a beautiful 28- car TD pass. Bushy 9 s Grabs Two More Wins Bushy's softhall team won a win bill from Grable Conslruc- ion Saturday night, taking the irst game 19-1 and coming back o outlasl its foe, 19-16 in t h e nightcap. Gene Elledge pitched a two- hitler In the first game f o r Bushy's. Mike Hayiws and Sonny Bryant got hits between them to lead the attack. Jack Rhoades was the second game winner. George Wallace lee : h e attack with 4-for-4 a n c Rhoads had three hits. Bushy's record is now 31-5. American Legion Hosts Mtiscontah The Alton American Legion jun ior baseball team will meet Mascoutah today at 6 p.m. at the Al ton High School diamond. The game had originally been scheduled for Sunday. Saturday night at 8 the Altor team plays at Collinsville and re turns home Sunday to face Ed wardsville at 2 p.m. By.JIM MACKUCMAlV Associated I'feftft Sport* WHfrf It's hard to figure Hector (Skinny) Brown, who has bounrrd around the baseball world with Indifferent success since he broke in as a kid pitcher in the Piedmont League 17 years ago, as a history-maker. But the 38-year-old right-hander has his claims to fame. Only two major league gamtvi ever have been played on Sunday night—and Brown has won them both. Pitching masterfully in Ihe clutch, Brown spun a seven-oil shutout at Houston as the last- place Colts edged the Nalijnal League leading SI. Ixniis Caif!r- nals 1-0 Sunday night. That doubled his victory output for the season. His other one came in a 3-0 decision over San Francisco on June 9—when Houston inaugurated after-dark play on Sunday. Brown's pitching and a run-producing single in the fourth inning enabled the Colts to beat the Cards for the first time in eight meetings this season — and post only the second victory in their lasl 14 games. However, the Cards maintained their Hi-game grip on first place —wilh the aid of Milwaukee's Tony Cloninger. The young right hander fired a two-hitter and faced only 28 men in the Braved 7-0 romp over the second-place Los Angeles Dodgers. Also in the ML—the San Fran iseo Giants climbed lo within two ercentage points of Los Angeles, eating Cincinnati 7-3 as soulh- aw Billy Pierce won for the firsl me since April 16; Pittsburgh's Bob Friend and Al McBean com- }ined for a three-hit 3-0 decision ,ver the New York Mets; and 'hiladelphia shaded the Chicago ?ubs 3-2. Cloninger got his chief hitting upport from Hank Aaron, who as been battering Dodger pitch- ng this year, and Roy McMillan. \aron smacked his 22nd homer nd a single, giving him 16 hits 30 at-bats against Los.Angeles lis year, and McMillan drove in wo Milwaukee runs with a homer nd double. Friend made his personal record -for-7 against the Mets, yielding nly two singles before retiring fter eighl innings in the muggy eat at Piltsburgh. McBoan fin- ished, giving up one more single. The Phils took a 2-0 against Cub loser Larry Jackson with four straight singles in Ihr- second inning and got their decisive run in the seventh when Tony Gonzalez doubled and Frank Torre singled. Art Mahaffey won it with relief help from Johnny Klipp stein. Willie McCovey's 18th homer in the sixlh fnnihg al Snn Francisco off Jim O'Toole snapped a 1-1 tie between the Cincinnali atv and Pierce. The Giants then rushed across five unearned runs in the seventh against Al Worlhington, the lust three riding in on Willie Mays' homer. Pierce, now 2-5, yielded eighl hils In the Reds, including a two- rftn homer lo Eddie Kasko in the ninth. OToolr. who had permit ted only Iwo hits before McCovey's homer, took his against 13 victories. fifth loss Skitiny Calls Halt to Card Jinx, 1»0 ST. LOUIS (APi-HIP SI. Louis ,'arrlinnls Hrow a blnnk. Sunday i^hl against HIP knucklnball of Skinny Brown of I he Houston Colls. Thr veteran righl-handcr gave Ihc Colts their first victory in eight starts this year against he Cardinals with a seven-hit 1-0 nuislerpiere. St. Louis, which had won four .straight, lost none of its first place cad as second place Los Angeles also was beaten and remains 1'/4 games back. However, San Francisco won to pull even with the Dodgers. Brown got Heorge Altinan out in I he firsl with the base,, loaded and I wo out and Ihen sloped the Cardinals with Curt Flood on second and none out in the second. Altman was left stranded in the seventh after a leadoff triple and Ihe Cardinals failed again in the Palmer in Third Straight Playoff CLKVKLAND, Ohio (API— National Open champion Julii't Boros hil a hall oitl of bounds on Ihe sixth hole in the third round of the $110,000 Cleveland Open tournament and the miscue turned Ihe golf world topsy-turvy. The erranl shot, only one that went out of bounds in four days, caused Boros to take a two-over par seven on the hole, cost him $17.fiS3.33 in cash and prevented him from setting a new annual money won record. Had Boros scored a par 5 on Ihe hole which is considered almost a certain birdie, :iince Ihe pros usually reach the 511-yard green in two strokes, Ihe National Opei, king would ha /e won the $22,COO top prixn and Ihere would have been no need for today's 18- hole playoff for Ihe title between Arnold Palmer, Tony Lema and Tommy Aaron Roros birdied the eighth with runners on first and| pnH ,, y jn , ne follrtll All three games. games are league *£ EAGLE SUITS WOOP UIVKIt THRILLS!' SPILLS} EXCITEMENT! MODIFIED STOCK AND FENDER BENDER RACES EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT Combined Mldpt * Super Modified Huce* every Sun. Night GODFREY SPEEDWAY Houle 07 — I Miles North Of Alton. Time TrluU 7:90^H»cln« 8:30 Lakers Take Doubleheader From Deca tin The Alton leakers girls soflhal I earn look a doubleheader from defending stale champion Deca- lur Saturday night at Walertowei Park, winning the first game, 4-0 |and laking the second, 3-1. Bev Conaway pitched the first jame for the Lakers, giving up !our hits, striking out two and walking one. The Lakers scored all four of their runs in the first inning. Run-producing singles by Sandy Grimsley, Star Travis and Betty Onofrey after a walk to Lynn Lusby and Scottie Freeman's life on an error brought the cluster of runs. Gloria Egnor was the losing iiirler. She struck oul tsvo and walked one. Sandy Grimsley started her first game for the Lakers in the third with one oul The Coll run came off starter second contest run and three Bushy's Will Host Tourney Bushy's softball learn will sponsor a single elimination tournament Wednesday, Thursday and iaturday al Wesl End diamond in Wood River. Eight teams will participate in he tourney. They are Steelworkers, Brighton, Rome Roy (Granle City), Granite City Credit Unon, Grable Construction, Jersey- /ille, Crystal Inn and the host earn. Here is the July 3 schedule: 7:15 — A Steel workers s. Brighton 9:00—Bushy's vs. Jerseyville Thursday's schedule: 1:30—Rome Roy vs. Grable «:30—Granite City Credit tJn on vs. Crystal Inn. The first night's winners play 'hursday night at 7:15 with the Thursday afternoon winners meet- ng al 9 lhat night. The champion- hip game is slaled for Saturday night. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BUENOS AIRES—Nicolino Locche, Argentina, outpointed Se- jastiao Nascimento, Brazil, 15. Locche won South American light- veight title. PANAMA—Bedford Francis, 128 anama, knocked out Wesley Hines, 126W, Jamaica, B.W.I., 8 Lou Burdetle on a double by Howie Goss and a single by J o h n Balemen in the fourth. Ray Sadecki (4-41 will pitch the series windup tonight against Hob Bruce (3-6) of Ihe Colts. SATURDAY Curds (2) Houston (1) ! liiyer AH R II Pluycr An R II j 4 (I (I Sp:miiler 4 I I Temple 4 (I 'i Runnels 2 1 0 13-Fa?.lu I 0 0 Warwick ,'l 0 2 Staub II o (I Weekly 4 0 n Balcmun McCarvnr :t » o Mills Broslio ;t 0 I) C-Cioss Taylor ono Johnson McMahon same hole round Sunday, reaching it with two wood shots as he scored a 65 on the par 71 Beeehmonl Country Club course in a valiant effort to win. He fell one shy, however, as Pal- mer and Lenin scored fl8« for 373 totals, 11 tinder fiflr, and Anrtttt birdied the last fmir holes fof ft 66 to get into the deadlock. In today 1 * 18-hole extfn heat, the winner picks up $22,000 HM the two others get $8,550 each. Boros received $4,316.87 Aft he tied Sam Snead and Jack Burke nt 2W. tt ran his year's earnings f o $6.?,996. Aaron, 26-year-old Gainesville, Gn., golfer, who reached !he finals of Ihe 1958 National Amateur, has never won a tournament in his three years on the tour. Five three years on the tour. Lemn, a 29-year-old ex-Marine who served in Korea, has been n pro since 1955, but created nil furor until Ihe lasl Ihree months of 19G2 when he won $20,000, Palmer, of Ligoninr, Pa., is E«lf- dom's "Mr. Everything." This is Palmer's third str.itght playoff. He won the Thunderbtrd Open in overtime two weeks ago and lost the National Open the same way. Bob Goalby of Belleville, HI., shot 159-67-74-70—280 which was good for a pri/.e of $1,075. Javier White Groul Musltil A-.Iames Boyer Altman :t tl 2 :i (t 1)1 :) 0 (li 0 0 Oj 4 1 1 4 0 1 4 n I 4 0 0 :i o 1 1 0 0 :i 0 0 (100 and hits gave up one before being relieved by Miss Conaway in the fifth with two outs. Decalur scored its only run In the second on a homer by catcher Sandy Waller. The Lakers scored once in the third on Jackie Hand's triple and a sacrifice fly by Norma Ims. The Lakers scored the clinchers n the fifth when Betty Onotrey ripled, Brenda Duke reached first on an error and Miss Hand and Lea Follis followed with singles. Friday nielli the Lakers host Rnshville at Watertower starting at 8 o'clock. FIRST GAME Decatur (0) Lakers (4) Player AB R H Pluycr AB R H V O'Daf- fer P. Crutcher Barrett 3 Edgecomb 3 3 0 - 3 0 0 0 Waller Reed Propst Schall Egnor 200 A-Harrow- smith 0 B-Clark 1 Follis 1 Lusby Freeman 0 Grimsley 1 Travis 1 Onofrey 0 0 Duke 0 0 Hand 0 1 Conaway 0 0 C-Ims 0 0 0 0 400 2 1 1 3 1 0 :i 1 1 3 2 1 3 0 1 200 300 300 000 26 5 4 Totals 24 0 4 Totals Inning: 12.14567 RHE Decalur 0000000— 0 4 3 Alton 400000 x— 4 4 1 SECOND GAME Dccnlur (1) Lakers (3) Player AB R H Player AB R H O'Daffer Crutcher Barrett Arrowsmith 2 0 0 Follis 3 0 1 Lusby 300 Freeman (Irimsley 3 0 0 Travis Edgecomb 2 o Waller " ' Reed Propst Schall 1 Onofrey 3 1 1 Duke 3 0 1 Hand 200 1ms 300 A-Conaway 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 I 1 0 I 2 0 0 Totii'.s Innlnu: Cards Houston 3125 Totals 123456789 32 -1 -6 RHE 010001000—2 5 0 000100000—1 6 0 SUNDAY Curds (0) Houston (I) Player Javier White Groal Muslal A-Maxvill James Boyer Altman Flood McCarver Burdette AB R H Player AB R H 4 0 1 Spongier 4 0 1 4 0 1 Temple 3 0 2 3 0 1 Runnels 3 0 1 3 0 1 C-Fazio 0 0 0 000 Warwick 200 B-Sawatski 1 Schultz Totals Innlne: Cards Houston 0 0 0 Staub 0 0 Goss 0 1 Bateman 0 2 Llllls 0 0 Brown 0 0 n o 0 0 Seeding Committee Target of Blasts 33 0 7 Tolals 1234 5 6788 31 1 11 R H E 000000000—0 7 00010000 X— 1 II Moose Bombs Flyers, 27-3 ROXANA — All-Wood's Flyers of Ihe Southwest Inler-City Baseball League ran into a buzzsaw Sunday and lost to the Granile City Moose, 27-3. It was the eighth loss for Ihe Flyers in league play. Hopkins, Milligun and Gul- liuksrud shared mound duties for At-Wood. They gave up 20 hits. Bruce hit two homer* for Moose and McCaskey one. Alt-Wood committed 12 errors Moose scored '17 unearned runs. A total of 14 walks were issued by the Alt-Wood pitchers. Moose (27) All-Wood (3) Player AB R H Player An R H Bishoff Wellgus Koehler WIMBLEDON. England (AP)— The seeding committee of the All- Tennis Championships is under criticism for its seeding of the players. With Ihe Wimbledon lournamenl swinging inlo the final half loday, eighl seeds in Ihe men's singles are left to fighl oul Ihe quarterfinals. They are Roy Emerson of Auslralia, the favorite, second seeded Manuel Santana of Spain, and Chuck McKinley of San Anlonio, Tex., seeded fourth. The other five were toppled during the first four rounds. The seeding committee is never 00 per cent popular. Now Ihe crilics conlend lhat slars like Ra- 'ael Osuna of Mexico and Raman- dlhan Krishnan of India should lave been seeded for rightful places in the quarter-finals. The classic match of the tournament thus far was the third 522 Cobb 2 1 0 King 5 5 1 Nichols McCaskey 554 Milligan Moder Harper Basarich Edwards Lachanoe Croak StanR Bruce Stokes Totals Inning: 3 1 4 0 5 2 2 0 0 Masterson 4 1 Heinz 1 Hewitt 1 Smith 300 4 I 1 4 0 1 200 0 1 3 1 0 3 0 432 Klocken- 322 kemper 2 I I Gulllck- 743 shrud 0 I '> 53 27 20 1234 Totals 56789 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 1 28 3 5 R H E 1 0 0 Moose 3 2 2 0 10 4 0 0 6—27 20 Alt-Wood 0000 20001—3 5 12 Fastest mile in harness racing n 1962 was the 1:57 victory for he pacer Coffee Break at Spring- ield, 111. Totals Inning: Decatur Lakers 24 1 4 Totals 1 2 .1 4 5 6 7 0100000—1 0 0 1 0 2 0 X— 3 21 3 5 R H E A 3 S 2 Delco Super Ride Shock Absorbers SOLD AT CAMPBELL'S GARAGE Grafton, Illinois YOU HURRY YOU CAN- ALUMINUM AWNINGS and PATIO COVERS SAVE HALF! J-'or Kxtuuple— 8«" x 80" Jteguliir $42.50 We're clearing out our warehouse of all Flexalum Awnings and Patio Covers! RUSSELL BUND AND AWNINS COMPANY 911 MILTON ROAD—DIAL HO 5-5588 round duel between Santana and Osuna. Santana won in five sets after a brilliant display by both players. Seedings are based mainly on players records in this year's major tournaments—notably on the Australian and European circuits. Osuna didn't play on either — lence his omission from the seed- ngs. The women's seedings were a bit more successful. Six of the •ight—Margaret Smith of Austral- a, Mrs. Ann Jones of. Britain, Darlene Hard of Long Beach, Calif., Jan Lehane of Australia, Waria Bueno of Brazil and Renee Schuurman of South Africa—are n the quarter-finals. Don Notlebart of Houston no- lit the Phillies this spring. Last ear vvilh Milwaukee he never lad the chance. He didn't start a game but made 39 relief appearances. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS International League Sunday's Kesirlta Arkansas 8-1, Columbus 5-6 Atlanta 2-10, Buffalo 1-2 Richester 3-1, Richmond 1-0 Indianapolis 14-3, Jacksonville 2-7 Syracuse 7-5, Toronto 3-6 Saturday's Results Columbus 3, Arkansas 2 Indianapolis 6, Jacksonville i Richmond 9, Rochester 8 ((11 innings) Toronto 5, Syracuse 2 Only games scheduled Pacific Coast League Sunday's Results Tacoma 5-1, Hawaii 1-4 Salt Lake City 6-4, San Diego 4-0 Denver 5-8, Seattle 4-7 Spokane at Dallas-Fort Worth 2, postponed, rain Oklahoma City 5, Portland 1 Saturday's Results Oklahoma City 7, Portland 3 Spokane 8-3, Dallas-Fort Worth 0-6 Denver 4, Seattle 0 Salt Lake City 4, San Diego Tacoma 5, Hawaii 2 LEARN $ TO FLY 110 plus BBS Mutual Funds ^l»MJ^KM^MS®^^^^K^psa' I Ask for Prospectus I HAROLD G. HUBER |2502 N. Rodgers — 462-26511 LEVI'S 20 styles & patterns including the newest "Dart" & Spikes GREENFIELD'S 309 Bell* St. Milton Road Barbershop 1124 MILTON ROAD Next Door lo Camp Electric Specializing in Flat Top And All Styles of Haircuts Children Welcome BILL WOOTEN. Prop. B.EGoodrich JSHOPAT] YOUR CONVENTENT B.F. GOODRICH STORE ALTON — 440 E. BROADWAY — HO 5-7754 Granite City — 23rd & Madison — GL 2-7123 1 PRE-HOLIDflY SPECIAL! New B.F.Goodrich NYLON TIRES Guaranteed 15 Months LOW PRICES ON ALL SIZES'. Whitowalls only (6.70 x 15 black tube-type) COMMANDER 220 built with TRUCK-TIRE TOUGH • COMMANDER 220--bui!t with the same type rugged rubber used in heavy- duty B.F.Goodnch truck tires! • ALL-NYLON CORP for extra strength and safety! A GUARANTEE YOU CAN TRUST! All H.I .(Jooilnch (ires are guaranteed against blowout i. cuts. tireaKs caused by (o.id tm/ardti encountered in normal driving. llali'fHtisodamapecl beyond repair, you gel full allowance lor remaining tread against the purchase al a replacement, at current retail list price. Your ti.l.Uoodnch dealer has details. Guaranteed 21 Months NYI.QN LONG MILER 13 97* Guaranteed 24 Month* BIO f oae SILVERTOWN WhltewoM* slightly higher •These prices plus tax and lire oil yoqr car.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page