Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1963 · Page 14
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PAfcB FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JULY 8,1963 NL All-Stars Tabbed Favorites Over AL CLEVELAND (API - Jin O'Toole of the Cincinnati Red was named today as the starling pitcher for the National League ii the Baseball All-Star game? Tuesday. Manager Alvin Dark made the announcement. Ralph Mouk, manager of the American League team, said he was undecided about the Anieri can League starter. He said li would be either Ken McBride o: tx>s Angeles or Jim Sunning oi Detrblt. "I'll talk to McBride and Bun tting as .soon as 1 can," Houk said;- '"ahd if both are ready I'l start Bunning." Houk said he thought it was only fair to talk to the pitchers first before making up his mine between the two. "I have to fine out whether either has developed a kink In his arm or something,' he said. Meanwhile, both line-ups were named. Houk listed Oils batting order for the American League: Nellie Fox, Chicago, 2b Ablie Pearson, Los Angeles, cf Al Kaline, Detroit, rf Frank Malzone, Boston, 3b Leon Wagner, Los Angeles, If Earl Battey, Minnesota, c Joe Fepitone, New York, Ib Zollo Versalles, Minnesota, ss McBride or Bunning, p The National League line-up: Tommy Daws, Los Angeles, If Dick Groat, St. Louis, ss Bill White, St. Louis, Ib Willie Mays, San Francisco, cf Hank Aaron. Milwaukee, rf Ken Boyer, St. Louis, 3b Ed Bailey, San Francisco, c Julian Javier, St. Louis, 2b Jim O'Toole, Cincinnati Houk said he could not decide his pitching rotation after the starter. Bunning, a 31-year-old right- hander won Sunday over Kansas City 5-1, to raise his season mark to a so-so 6-9, but he has been something special in All-Star Games. In the last two years he has pitched brilliantly in previous All-Star games. Bunning, however, pitched nine innings Sunday and Houk has hinted he may go with Boston's Bill Monbouquette. Monboucniette lost in relief Sunday, but piU-hed only four innings and Houk said "it wasn't enough to trouble him." Five of the American League's so.ven All-Star pitchers worked Sunday and only Jim (Mudcat) Grant of Cleveland is fully -pstcd. While both are determined toi win. the rival managers apprwn-hj and was not clue to arrive in per-|this game with different atttt-idcs. has allowed only one hit and no runs in eight innings against the National League. McBride. a 27-year-old right- hander, is 9-6 on the year. O'Toole, a 26-year-old right- hander, is 13-6 witli the Reds this year and has a 2.01 earned run average. Houk made his announcements In person. Dark's announcement was made for him since the San Frnnclco manager had a late doubleheader—one game went 15 innings—with the St. Louis Cards son until 6 p.m.. EST. A crowd of about 50,000 is expected, largest since 55,105 in Los Angeles watched the Americans defeat the Nationals 5-3 in the second of two games in 1959. The game is scheduled to begin at noon (EST) and will be carried by NBC radio and television. The game will mark the return to one All-Star game after four years of doubles. Despite its recent defeats, the American League holds a 17-15-1 edge in HIP series dating back to 1933. Tills will be the first game at Cleveland since 1951 when Ihe Americans won, 11-9, on a bases filled bloop single by Nellie Fox. Hie veteran Infielder will be the American League's starting second baseman again Tuesday. Managers Alvin Dark and Ralph louk, who will be master-mind- ng the rival forces, will not announce their batting orders and starting line-ups until 24 hours be- ore game time. However, it was expected that Dark, mindful of the four left- landed hitters in the American ^ague's starting line-up, would name Jim O'Toole, Cincinnati's 3-game winning southpaw. Houk, also playing the percentages, will select a right-hander to ippose the predominantly right- landed hitting National League quad. The Yankee skipper origi- lally had leaned to Jim Bunning, Detroit's right-handed ace who If they stick to their original Intentions, Dark will keep his barters in the game as long af. possible while Houk will rnak'.' wholesale substitutions as soon as it is legally permissible. The Nationals boast a glittering outfield comprised of Tommy Davis, the league's leading hitter, Hank Aaron, the No. 1 man in homers and runs batted in, and Willie Mays, perhaps baseball's best all around performer. Kd Bailey. San Francisco's left- handed hitting catcher and an all- St. Louis infield of Bill White. Julian Javier, Dick Groat and Ken Boyer, complete the starting lineup. Javier replaces Pittsburgh's Bill "Mazeroski, who had to withdraw because of an injured leg. Also on the NL squad will be Stan Musial, who will be appearing in his 24th consecutive All- Star game. The Americans will open with Los Angeles' Leon vVagner, their No. 1 batter, in the outfield, along with teammate Albie Pears->n and Detroit's Al Kaline, who is hobbling with an injured leg. Pearson replaces Mickey Mantle, the player's No. 1 choice for centerfield, who has been sidelined w'th a foot fracture. Joe Pepitone. another Yankee, opens at first base, with Fox at second. Boston's Frank Malzone at third, Minnesota's Zoilo Versalles at short and the Twins' Earl Battey behind the plate. GOLD CUP WINNER DETROIT—Gar Wood, 82, whose name is imprinted on the Gold Cup fives times, congratulates Ron Musson of Seattle, Wash., who stands behind the coveted prize after driving Miss Bardahl to victory for the unlimited hydroplane championship Sim- day. Musson beat out a field of 12 of the nation's highest-powered boats. (AP Wirephoto) Zimmer Finds Home With New Mates By JIM BECKER Finally, Zimmer landed where Associated Press Sports Writer 'he wasn't expected to replace For 32-year-old Don Zimmer, j anybody—the hapless Washington baseball life has been one hot spot'Senators. So far, he has been after another. something to remember. Fight Manager Doc Kearns Dies MIAMI, Fla. (AP)—Two months ago Jack (Doc) Kearns, one of the most fabulous characters oi boxing's golden era in the 1920s, said from a hospital bed: "Tell the mob I'll be back soon. I think I'll beat the count." Sunday the man who manage: Jack Dempsey to the heavyweighl championship and who is credited with bringing the first million dollar gate to boxing by making it possible for women to attend Billie Jean Beaten by Miss Smith WIMBLEDON, England (AP)— Margaret Smith became the first Australian to win the women's tennis title at Wimbledon today when she defeated giant-killer Billie Jean Moffitt of Long Beach, Calif. 6-3, 6-4. The triumph by the large Sydney girl, who was upset in the first round by Miss Moffitt a year ago, foiled a sweep of the singles titles by the resurgent American fights without any social stigma, died at the age of 80. "The last words my father spoke were, 'We have to get ready and get on the ball and go to Nevada,' " said Jack Kearns Jr. at whose home the old promoter died. He explained his father planned to establish a health center in Nevada and promote boxing there. "His body just wore out," the younger Kearns said. "In two months confinement to bed he kept arguing with doctors that he had to be up and doing. He had the active mind and sense of humor of a young man." Funeral services for the fabulous {earns who. in addition to Dempsey managed Mickey Walker, Joey Maxim and Archie Moore to world championships, will be held Wednesday afternoon in the Philbrick Chapel in Coral Gables. "I am .sorry to hear it," Dempsey said in New York when informed of Kearn's death "but we had been expecting it. We had a lot of laughs together and we made a lot of money and he made It was in 1917 that he first encountered Dempsey, then a muck- er at the union iron mines in California. In two years he had ma- team, j neuvered Jack into a title bout Chuck McKinley of San Antonio, with heavyweight champion Jess Tex. won the men's title Friday, defeating Australia's Fred Stollo. It was the first time in eight years Willard at Toledo, Ohio, under Rickard's promotion. Dempsey demolished Willard in an American male has won the. three rounds in that historic July coveted Wimbledon champion-j 4, 1919 fight under a broiling sun. ship. (Kearns was to have brought The United States also has a | Dempsey to Alton in 1917 to fight chance of getting a share of the the Canadian champion, Harry women's doubles title. Darlene Hard of Long Beach, Calif, is paired with Maria Bueno of Brazil against Miss Smith and Robyn Ebbern, also of Australia. Mclnlyre. b u t the fight fell through and Bob York fought M<> Intyre instead. York easily whipped Mclntyre at the old Temple Theatre on East Broadway.) Ma/or league] STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS America:) League W. L. Pot. G.B. New York .... 50 31 Chicago 47 38 Boston 44 37 .617 .553 .543 .5-12 .540 .52-1 .471 12 .439 14 TJ 6 6 6 7>/s National League W. L,. Pot. G.B. lx>s Angeles .. 50 33 .602 — San Francisco 48 37 .565 Chicago 45 37 Minnesota .... 45 38 Baltimore .... 47 40 Cleveland .... 44 40 IMS Angeles .. 41 46 Kansas City .. 36 46 Detroit 35 47 .427 IS'/i Washington .. 30 56 .349 22'/i Saturday's Results New York 11, Cleveland 6 Baltimore 2. Minnesota 1 Petroit 8, Kansas City 4 Washington 3, Los Angeles 2 Boston 6, Chicago 2 Sunday's Rewilts Chicago 4, Boston 1 (12 innings) Baltimore 4, Minnesota 3 (12 Innings) Washington 7-6. 1-os Angeles .1-4 Cleveland U<4, New York 3-7 (2nd game 10 Innings) Petroit 5-7, Kansas City 1-8 Today's Game* No games scheduled Tuesday'* Game* All-Star gome at Cleveland St. Louis ... Cincinnati .. Milwaukee . Pittsburgh . Philadelphia Houston New York ,. 46 38 45 10 43 40 41 42 •10 44 33 54 29 55 3 41... •I 1 -.- .549 ..VIS .52? li .51S 7 .•194 9 .47li lO'-s .379 19 .345 21'.3 Saturday's Results Philadelphia 6, Chicago 0 San Francisco 5, St. Uouis 3 Cincinnati 3, Los Angeles 1 Pittsburgh 11, New York 3 'Milwaukee 7-2, Houston 1-0 Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 11, New York 5 Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2 IMS Angeles 4-3, Cincinnati 0-1 San Francisco 4-0, St. Louis 3-5 (1st game 15 innings) Milwaukee 4, Houston 0 Today's Game* No games scheduled Tuesday's Ghune* All-Star game at Cleveland Youngsters Qualify f or Cahokia Meet Youngsters from the Alton area qualified for the District Meet at Cahokia next weekend by winning races Saturday afternoon in the Sports Jamboree at West Junior High School track. The meet was co-sponsored by the Alton Junior Chamber • of Commerce and the Recreation Department. Saturday's winners will compete at Cahokia Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Athletes will leave Alton at 7:30 a.m. for the meet. Winners at Cahokia will earn a trip to the state meet at Bloom- ngton on Aug. 22-23-24. Saturday's winners and District qualifiers: MIDGET DIVISION 50-yard dash — Gail Murphy 75-yard dash — Greg Walker Baseball throw—Charles Thomas Broad jump — Jeff Perry 200-yard relay — Gail Murphy, Jeff Perry, Bob Everage and Ireg Walker JUNIOR DIVISION 50-yard dash — Ed Morris 75-yard dash — David Cannon 220-yard dash — Clarence Willis Broad jump—Larry Walker High jump — Dennis Nixon Baseball throw — Garry Breu- chard 440-yard relay — Ron Jordan, William Sharp. Leroy Watson and Vcrnon Davis. SENIOR DIVISION 50-yard dash — Luther Simmons 100-yard clash — Percy Clark 220-yard dash — Mike Daech 880-yard run — Glen Carroll Broad jump — .Luther Simmons High jump—Bill Thomas Baseball throw — Dan Kennedy 440-yard relay — Alfred Dixon, Charles Lockhart, Dave Wyatt and Luther Simmons. MINOR LEAGUES By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Sunday's Results A-kansns 7-3, Atlanta 4-2 Toronto 9-1, Buffalo M Columbus 6, Rochester 1 Indianapolis G, Syracuse 0 Richmond 2. Jacksonville 1 (10 linings i SiUiirdtiy's Results Arkansas 6, Atlanta 3 Richmond 2, Jacksonville 1 Columbus 4, Rochester 1 Syracuse 6, Indianapolis 5 (13 Innings) Buffalo 5, Toronto 4 (10 innings) Pacific Coast League Sunday's Results Denver-Fort Worth 6-2, Seattle With the Dodgers he was ex- He drove in seven runs Sunday, peeled to make them (orget the retired PeeWee Reese. At Chicago il was Ernie Banks, who moved to first base. And with the New- York Mets, the whole team. four with a grand slam home run, got four hits and raised his batting average to .306, as the Senators fashioned their longest winning streak since 1949—seven Lakers Split Doubleheader With Stars The Alton Inkers split a doubleheader Saturday with the Johnston City Southern Illinois A11- Stars, losing thr opener, 2-1. hut bouncing back to capture thr nightcap. R-4. In the first contest Rev Conaway held the All-Stars to a meager two hits hut the Lakers couldn't hunch their hits for more than one run. Hurl) Ithlnr doubled to left \vith Uvo runncr.'i on Imsc far botli All-Star runs In the sixth liming. In the seventh Betty Oiioffcy reached first on nn error and is n in n around on Snndy (irinisle.v's doflble f o r tin* only Lnkor mnrker. In tl«! second contest, called after five innings, the All-Stars jumped off quickly to a 4-0 lead in their lialf of the first but Alton came hack with two of its own in the frame, added one in the second and broke open the contest with three in the third. Miss Rhine was again the big hitter for the All-Stars, her triple knocking across three runs off Miss Grimsley. Miss Connway relied in the lop of the second and shut out Johnston City the rest of the way. In the bottom of the first frame Alton scored twice on a double by lA'a Follls, single by Star Travis and sacrifice fly by Jackie Iliuid. Brendn Duke singled In the second, went to third on a passed ball and scored as Miss Conaway grounded out. The final Alton markers wore bunched around a single by Scottie Freeman and four walks. Alton meets Wood River in a twilight League -g a m e Wed nesday night at Wood River Higl: School at 8:30. Sandy KoufaxHurls S">»M,,»tai Eighth Blank, 4-0 IM " 8 °"* At Cincinnati it was Gene| slrai S ht Freese, who broke his leg. At the Dodgers again he filled in for the injured Maury Wills. 5-1 Denver 12-6, San Diego 4-9 Tacoma 2-3, Oklahoma City 1-6 Portland 7-3, Salt Lake City 1-7 Spokane 10, Hawaii 7 Saturday's Result!! Tacoma 5-2, Oklahoma City 1-5 Seattle 7, Dallas-Fort Worth 6 Spokane 4-18, Hawaii 3-0 San Diego 3, Denver 2 Portland 8, Salt Lake City 3 Miss Englehorn Cops Eastern BUTTON. Mass. (AP) — The comeback with which the girl called Dimples won the Lady Carling Easteni Open Golf Tournament Sunday didn't surprise those who know her. The real comeback for 22-year- old Shirley Englehorn was the one she made two years ago with an assist from Ben Hogan. Miss Englehorn was just getting the hang of professional golf when she suffered head injuries and a broken back in an accident. She spent weeks in St. Joseph's Hospital at Augusta, Ga., unable to walk. When the greats of men's golf began arriving in Augusta for the 1961 Master's Tournament, Hogan was told of the youngster in the hospital. He dropped in for a visit and urged Shirley, with the voice of experience, to fight her way back into the game. Miss Englehorn's recovery from then on was steady. She rejoined the Ladies' PGA tour last year. The feature of her play was the winning of the first Lady Carting last year. To repeat Sunday, she had to come from four strokes behind Kathy Whitworth of Jal, N.M., after losing her first-round lead with a seemingly disasterous 79 Saturday. The girl from Caldwell, Idaho, caught Miss Whitworth on the 10th hole, then outgunned Joanne Gunderson, the Women's National Amateur champion, in a head-to head duel for the rest of the round. Big Weekend hi Racing Chateaugay, Candy Spots, Crimson Satan, Admiral's Voyage and other thoroughbred stars will gallop after more than half a million dollars in purses next Saturday— the richest day of the year for the horses. Six major stakes are on tap, three of them worth $100,000 in added money — the Hollywood Gold Cup at Hollywood Park, the Monmouth Handicap at Monmouth Park, and the American Derby at Arlington Park. Thrown in for good measure are the $7Tv 000 Dwyer Handicap at. Aqueduct, the $50,000 Oak's at Delaware Park, and the $25,000 Detroit Sweepstakes at Detroit. John W. Galbrrath's Chateaugay, for instance, is wavering between the Dwyer and the American Derby. Both arc for 3-year- olds at 1!4 miles. If trainer Jimmy Conway and Galbrealh don't like the Aqueduct pounds, they'll probably fly their Kentucky Derby and Belmont winner to Chit-ago for another crack at Rex Ellsworth's Candy Spots, the Preakness winner. Each gets 126 pounds in the American Derby. A GOLFER NOW NEW YORK (tf)-Lou Little, who coached Columbia football teams for 26 years, still gets around to football games in season but in the summer he spends a go«j deal of time golfing, Washington, coming on under new pilot Gil Hodges, took a doubleheader from the Los Angeles Angels, 7-3 and 6-4. The Angel losing streak stretched to eight, one shy of the team record. The league-leading New York i Yankees split a doubleheader with ; the Cleveland Indians, losing 11-3 and winning 7-4 in 10 innings, on Yogi Berra's double and some sloppy Indian fielding. That left the Yanks five games in front in the American League at the All-Star break. The Chicago White Sox were second, after they scratched out a 4-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox in 12 innings. In other games, Baltimore beat Minnesota 4-3 and Detroit and Kansas City split, the Tigers winning the opener 5-1 and the A'i the second 8-7. The Red Sox, Twins and Orioles were all six games back, in that order on percentage points. The Indians blew the second game against the Yankees, after Jack Kralick breezed to his ninth victory in the first game, backed by homers by Max Alvis, Al Lupow and Joe Azcue. The White Sox wasted a superb pitching effort by Hoyt Wilhelm, the 39-year-old knuckleballer making his first start in two years. He went nine innings, gave up only three hits—two of them dubious—but two errors and a misjudged double allowed the Red Sox to tie the game 1-1 in the ninth. Mike Hershberger singled and Nellie Fox doubled in the 12th for the victory. The hits came off Boston ace Bill Monbouquette and the win went to Juan Pizarro, his llth. The Athletics ruined Frank Lary's return to the big leagues after a spell in the minors working his sore arm into shape. Lary was breezing along until the seventh when Ken Harrelson knocked him out with a homer that cut the Detroit lead to 4-3. The A's went on for seven runs in the inning. Bushy's Wins Own Softball Tourney, 10-6 WOOD RIVER — Bushy's won its own invitational softball tourney Saturday night at the West End Diamond with a 10-6 decision over Rome Roys of Granite City. The hatting of Louie Mormino and Oracly Watkins plus the relief piti'hiii" of Jerry Voloski were Ihe '>-i\v factors in Bushy's victory. Miirmino readied base four times on two doubltis, u single mid n walk and each time he scored as Watkins slummed three homers mid n triple. Voloski relieved Downer in the second frame and held Rome Roys the rest of the way for Bushy's third victory in three games. Brighton captured the consolation game from South Roxana, 1810. Weidner was the winning pitcher as Brighton rocked the Roxana nine for 12 first-inning runs. Muiariuni Knon'dls 2 0 1 Conaway 2 0 C Summers 3 0 0 Ins 2 0 C Helm'mp 000 Grimsley 1 0 1 Totals Inning: Johnson City 0000020—2 2 1 1ST GAME Johnson City (2) Alton (1) Player AB R H Player AB R H Layne 200 Follis 301 Lusby 400 Freeman 3 0 3 1 0 Hand 3 0 1 1 1 0 Travis 3 0 1 300 Onofrey 300 Dure Davlson Bac'wskl Gerup Glasford Beaver 302 300 1 Rhine 3 1 0 2 0 24 2 2 Totals 25 1 7 1234567 RHE Alton 0000001—1 7 3 2ND GAME Johnson City (4) AB R H Player 301 Follls Davlson 3 0 1 Travis Player Layne Alton (6) AB R H 3 1 1 323 Bac'wski 2 1 0 Freeman 210 Gerup 210 Hand 1 1 0 Glasford 210 Grimsley I Beaver Rhine 1 2 0 1 Onofrey 1 Duke I 2 1 1 Kondonis 1 0 0 Helm'mp 0 0 Summers 200 Miller Belt Totals Innnlgs: Johnson City Alton 1 0 0 Conaway 20 4 4 Totals 17 6 5 12345 RUE 4000 0—4 4 1 2 1 3 0 X— 6 5 I ttj- JIM HACKLKMAN Associated fr«w Sport* Writer Snndy Koufax is a young left- landed pitcher on the threshold >f greatness, Warren Spahn is a veteran left-hander who has lived n greatness (or many seasons. ' These two stars flashed their brilliance Sunday—one taking another step In his first really big year, the other adding another victory to a long string of triumphs. Koufax fired his second straight shutout and eighth of the season for tlu- Los Angeles Dodgers, pitching Ihe National League front-runners to a 4-0 victory over inciiiiiati In the opener of their doubleheader. His three-hit performance made him the first 14- game winner in the majors. Tlie Dodgers followed Koufax' masterful job with a 3-1 decision over the Reds that Increased their league lead to three games over the San Francisco Giants, who split with St. Louis. Spahn produced his gem in a night game at Houston, recording the 39th victory and 59th shutout of his 19-season career as the Milwaukee Braves clowned the Colts <1-0. The Cards ended a string of eight straight losses by taking the second game at San Francisco 5-0. with 42-year-old Stun Musial supplying the batting fireworks and Bob Gibson the pitching. An error by Ken Boyer enabled the Giants to win the 15-inning open er '1-3. Also in the NL—the Pittsburgh Pirates battered the New York Mets Into their 10th loss In a row. 11-5, and Philadelphia edged the Chicago Cubs 3-2 on a ninth-inning inn produced on Ruben Amaro's triple and Cookie Rojas' pinch single. Koufax continues to rack up Impressive figures with his amazing pitching. He's 14-3 with an earned run average of 1.73, has already broken a Dodger season record for shutouts, and has the most ih one year In the league since Mort Cooper got 10 tor St. Louis in 19-12. Sunday's victory was his seventh straight and 12th complete game. Spahn, ISM and driving for his 13th 20-victory season, checked the Colts on live singles and one walk In his fourth shutout of the year. The 42-year-old master has allowed only one run In Ills last 37 innings—In a 16 inning, 1-0 loss at San Francisco last Tuesday night. Musial, who smacked a two-run triple in the opener at San Francisco and collected four hits for the afternoon, broke a scoreless tie in the seventh inning of the second game with his 472nd career homer, following Dick Groat's single. Jim Mart, Giant third baseman playing his first day In the ma jors, suffered a fractured left shoulder blade when hit by one of Gibson's pitches in the second game. Marichal drew a reprimand from umpire Al Barlick and an automatic $50 fine when he zipped one near Gibson's head in the next inning. Gibson also clipped Orlando Cepeda with a pitch later in the game. Gain Split SAN FRANCISCO <AP'» - Age- ess Stan Mtisinl, to play his 24th All-Star game Tuesday in Clcve- ahd. tuned up Sunday by batig- ng out four hits and helping to break a Cardinal eight-game los- ng streak. The doubleheader started as a sad affair for the Cardinals as they lost the first game to the Saii Francisco Giants, 4-3. Willie Slays scampered home In the J.5th inning with the winning run on an srror by Ken Boyer. But things brightened In the nightcap. Boh Gibson tossed a st.v-hlt game and held the Giants score- ess as the Cards shoved across [lie plate five runs. A two-run iomcr for Muslal In the seventh inning — his 472nd career round- Tipper — iced the cake. He nlso lit a two-run triple in the first contest. Gibson's triumph gave him an 8-4 record. Loser was Juan Marichal, 13-4. The Cardinals were Idle today, as are all other major league tennis. SATURDAY St. I.oiils (3) S«n rrunclsco <5> Player AB R II Player AB R H s' Clinic Ask for Prospectus HAROLD G- HUBER 1 2502 N. Rodfert — 463-3631 Alt-Wood Splits Pair ROXANA - The Alt-Wood Merchants softball team split a pair of games over the weekend. Saturday night the Merchants beat Schumacher's of St. Louis, 5-1. Bob Johnson started for the winners and was relieved by Bob Garner in the fifth. Klosterman started for the St. Loulsans, but was relieved by Lowery in the fourth. Simpson had a triple and double, West a single and double and Bruckert a double for the Merchants. Sunday night Blue Circle of St. Louis handed the Merchants a 7-1 setback. Rister was the starter and loser for Alt-Wood. He was relieved by Johnson in the 8th. Baker and Allen shared mound duties for Blue Circle with Baker the winner. Cunningham and West hit doubles (or Alt-W o o d and Met/, poled a triple and single. Wednesday night the Merchants play at Ball win, Mo., against Pacific, Mo. in a St. Louis County League game. Peuterbaugh Wins Feature GODFREY — Bill Peuterbaugh of Roxana won both the second heat race and the 25-lap feature event in super modified competition while Bill Meyer of Wood River captured the trophy dash and first heat at the Godfrey Speedway Sunday. In midget competition Stooge Wyant of Springfield captured the trophy dash, Larry Majeski won the first heat, Don Lewis of Springfield the second, and Dwight Brown of Decatur the feature nice. Brown was declared the winner of the feature race after his car was knocked out of the com- Extended To August 2 The Alton Park and Recreation Commission has extended its baseball clinic through Aug. 2. Response to the .Clinic lies been temendous. There are 316 boys registered to date. All boys between the ages of 8 and 17 may still register for the clinic. Boys who are not members of the Junior Baseball program may participate in tho clinic by paving a $8 fee to cover insurance and expenses at the Alton Recreation Department. The clinic is free for boys who are members of the Alton Junior Baseball leagues. Here is the schedule for the clinic: 8 year olds, Mon. thru Fri- Henry St. 9-10 year olds, 10-11, Mon. thru Fri., Henry St. 11-12 year olds, 11-12, Mon. thru Fri., Henry St. 13-14 year olds, 1-2:30, Mon. thru Fri., Riverside 15-17 year olds, 2:30-4, Mon. thru Fri., Riverside. Eshenbaugh Beats Murray Al Eshenbaugh of Phoenix, Ariz. avenged his July 4th defeat Sunday afternoon by beating Bob Murray of St. Louis ih the first and third runs of a two-out-of- three match at Ihe Alton Dragway. Eshenbaugh was using his AA dragster while Murray employed an AA gas dragster. Other results: Top eliminator — L. Kamp St. Louis. Competition eliminator — Slawson and Wampler, Vincennes, Ind. Middle eliminator — R. Graves, Fenlon, Mo. Junior eliminator — P. Fansler, White Hall. Little eliminator — S, Penning. ton, Florissant, Mo. Top stock — J. Dodson, St. Louis. Junior stock — J. Glass, St. Lou is. Bike eliminator — B. Bullington, St. Louis, Powder puff — Mltzie Wallace, Cahokia. petition on the 19th lap following a pile-up between Larry Majeski and Don Gerstner. No one was injured. Tuesday night, the Speedway will sponsor fender bender, amateur and modified races. Peloo Super Aide Shock Absorbers Hold at Denny's Standard Service 2700 Brown St. Alton, Illinois. 465-5051 THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! MODIFIED STOCK IND FENDER BENDER RACES EVERY TUESDAY NIQHT Combined Midget ft Super Modified Races livery Sun. Night GODFREY SPEEDWAY Route 67—J Mlle« NortJ) ol AJtoo. Time Trial* 7;3»—Racing »:J9 Birdie Putt Gives Ford Open Victory TORONTO (AP) - Doug Ford knew on the 16th green what he had to do. So on the 17th hole he almly sank a 15-foot putt for a birdie and won the $50,000 Canadian Open Golf Championship Saturday with a 72-hole final of 280, four under par. The 40-year old Yonkers, N.Y. pro heard on the 16th that Al Geiberger of Carlton Oaks, Calif, had finished with a six- tmder-par 65 for a 281. "I knew then what I hac to do," Ford said later. Adding a homey touch to the scene on the Scarboro Club course, Ford walked down the fairway to the 17th green holding the hand of his eight-year-olt daughter. After he curled in the 15-footer for his birdie he played it safe on the last hole. His second shot stopped only four feet from the hole. He made sure of a par 4 by nursing the ball to the edge of the cup and then tapping it in. That gave him a final round o] 70, one stroke under Geiberger, and first prize money of $9,000, Ford's previous rounds were 69, 67 and 74. ' Geiberger earned $4,600 for his second place finish. George Bayer of Pasadena, Calif., Fred Hawkins of El Paso, and Bruce Crampton of Australia tied for third at 282 and each collected $2,633. MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS Decatur 13, Dubuque 3 Clinton 3, Fox Cities 2 Burlington 7, Cedar Rapids 1 Wisconsin Rapids 13, Waterloo I Quad Cities 5, Quincy 2 SEE US FOR EXPERT REPAIR ON ALL SMALL ENGINES STANKA GARAGE State St., North Alton Dial HO 5-8889 o i i 0 1 Javier 4 1 1 Kuenn 3 1 Gronl 4 0 1 Illller 4 0 1 White -I 0 0 McCovey 4 1 1 Boyur 400 Mays 221 Musial 3 0 0 AIou 3 0 Jnmes .T 2 2 Davenport 4 0 Flood 300 Ilfiller -t McCarvcr :t o 0 Bowman -102 Sndcckl 200 Pierce 4 1 1 Sch'dlonst I 0 0 Bnuta 000 Totals 31 3 -t Taints 32 5 9 Inning: 1 2 S 4. 5 0 7 8 » RHE St. Louis 000110100—3 4 0 Sail Fr'co.O 1100120 x—S B 1 1ST GAME (.1) San Francisco (4) R II Player AB R H St. Louis Player AB Javier White Groal Musial Altman Boyer James Flood McCnrver 5 Simmons 2 Sawatski 1 Schultz o Carmel 0 Shnntz 0 Burdeite 1 Sch'dlenst 1 BroRllo o 0 1 Kuenn 6 1 2 2 AmnPano -1 1 t 3 Hitler 0 1 McCovey 0 0 Mays 0 0 AIou 0 0 Hart, o 0 Haller 0 2 Bowman fl o Bnlley o 0 O'Dell 0 0 Bolln o o Pagan 0 0 Sanford 0 1 Cepeda 0 0 Lnrsen 0 B 1 5 0 300 1 0 0 5 1 2 5 0 1 4 0 1 t 0 1 0 n o 000 1 n o 400 0 0 000 0 0 Dnvenport 1 0 0 Totals 54 3 10 Totals 50 4 9 Innings: 1 2 .1 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 — RHE St, Louts 000000002000100 — 3 10 S San Francisco 000001100000101 — 480 2ND GAME St. Louis (5) San Frunclsco (0) Player AB R H Player AB R H Javier 400 Kuenn 5 0 1 Groat 411 Hlller 4 0 I White 400 McCovey 3 0 I Musial 413 Mays 400 Carmel 000 Bailey 4 McCarver 411 Cepedu Boyer James Flood Gibson 0 0 0 o 0 1 Hart 000 411 Davenport 200 310 Haller 1 0 0 301 Pagan 000 Bowman 400 Marichal 2 0 1 AIou 1 0 0 Duffalo 000 Amal'ano 100 Totals 34 5 8 Totals 33 0 6 Inning: 123456789 RHE St. Louis 000000203—5 8 0 San Fr'CO 000000000—0 0 0 A Plastic Diver PHOENIX, Ariz. 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