Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 12
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PAflE TWELVE Dodgers Beat Phils, Lead League by 6.5; Mets Drop 15th Game By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer The last time the Los Angeles Dodgers made a swing through the East their usually mild-mannered boss, Walter Alston, got just a little snippy. Said he was tired of being asked when he was going to I be, fired. TJial was a couple of months ago. The Dodgers were in fifth place and four games out. The Dodgers are now on another Eastern swing. They have won seven straight, own the largest lead the National League has seen in two years—<5V4 games—their pitching is shaping up as the best in baseball and Walter is just as pleasant as can be. No one is asking him when he's going to be fired. The Dodgers extended their string 3-2 behind Johnny Podres Sunday in the rain-shortened first game of a scheduled doubleheader at Philadelphia. The- second game was postponed. The victory added a half game to the Dodger lead over second- place San Francisco, rained out in a scheduled doubleheader at Pittsburgh. Houston extended the New York Mets' losing string to 15 games, 8-3 in a game that was halted by rain in the eighth. A scheduled second game after the Reds had won the opener 5-3. St. Louis romped to a 10-3 victory over Chi- Major League STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. G.B Los Angeles ..55 33 .625 — 19 40 .551 6t Chicago ... 48 40 .545 7 St. Louis .. 49 41 .544 7 Cincinnati . 48 43 .527 81 Milwaukee 46 43 .517 9! Pittsburgh 44 43 .506 Philadelphia 43 46 .483 Houston 35 37 .380 22 New York .... 29 60 .326 26% Sunday's Results St. Louis 10-3, Chicago 3-7 Cincinnati 5-6, Milwaukee 3-7 Los Angeles 3, Philadelphia (6 innings, rain; 2nd game postponed) Houston 8, New York 3 (8 innings, rain; 2nd game postponed) San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 2, (postponed, rain) Saturday's Results Los Angeles 11, New York 2 Philadelphia 4, San Francisco 3 Pittsburgh 3, Houston 0 Milwaukee 7, St. Louis 5 Chicago at Cincinnati, postponed, rain Today's Games Chicago at St. Louis Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N) San Francisco at Pittsburgh 2, twi-night Houston at New York, 2, twi- nighl Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N) ;-" Tuesday's Games ' Houston at New York Los Angeles at Philadelphia, 2, twi-night San Francisco at Pittsburgh, 2, twi-night Milwaukee at Chicago St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) American League W. L. Pet. G.B. New York 54 32 .628 — Boston ... 48 39 .552 6>/ 2 Chicago .. 49 40 .551 6Vz Baltimore 50 42 .543 7 Minnesota 48 41 .539 7>/ 2 Cleveland 46 43 .517 9% Los Angeles 43 49 .467 14 Detroit 36 48 .429 17 Kansas City ..37 50 .425 17V6 Washington .. 31 58 .348 24«/6 Sunday's Results New York 11-5, Kansas City 6-0 Minnesota 5-8, Cleveland 3-2 Baltimore 6-2, Chicago 3-3 Los Angeles 10-0, Boston 8-5 Detroit at Washington, 2, postponed, rain Saturday's Results Los Angeles 3, New York 1 Minnesota 6, Boston 4 Detroit at Chicago, postponed rain Washington 4, Baltimore 3 • Kansas City 6-4, Cleveland 5-7 Today's Games Boston at Los Angeles New York at Kansas City Cleveland at Minnesota Baltimore at Chicago (N) Detroit at Washington Tuesday's Games Cleveland at Los Angeles (N) Boston at Kansas City (N) New York at Minnesota (N) Washington at Chicago (N) Baltimore at Detroit (N) Milwaukee is the only National League team having two working agreements with Class AAA teams. The Braves work with Denver in the Pacific Coast League and Toronto in the International League. Bob Charles Feels He Has Little Chance in PGA DALLAS, Tex. (AP) — Bob Charles, the lanky New Zealander who became the patron saint of left-handers everywhere when he won the British Open, can't see himself repeating the trick in the National PGA here this week. Charles arrived Sunday night, weary from 72 holes of pressure golf in two days during which he dropped about six pounds from his already spare frame. "I don't think I'll have much chance here," said the only southpaw ever to win a major golf championship. "The weather was very good in England and nosv I must try to adjust to the Texas heat. Also, I have to adjust from' the small English ball to the American ball and I'll be playing on a new course. It's quite a combination to beat." But, Charles said "Golf is like picking horses — you never can tell." He said he planned to give it all he has and he figures his game is suitable to the long, nar- Sports Menu WEDNESDAY Alton Lakers and Wood River Royals at Decatur for Women's Illinois Amateur Softball Association State Tournament. THURSDAY Alton PBA Open practice sessions at Bowl Haven in afternoon. Alton Open Pro-Am Tourna. ment at 6;30 p.m. First squad of 4$ pros bowls Jn Altpn Open at Bowl Haven (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Second squad bowls from 6 p.m. to U;3Q, SATUJUMY as Friday at Bowl cm to 16 bowlers, Qty Go» Tourney. ' ' ' SUNDAY Twp eighugame sets Sunday afternoon (i o'clock) In between 7 and II Sun- gey, |j}ght, row fairsvays and big greens of Dae Country Club course, which measures 7,046 yards and has a 36-35— 71 par. "Winning the British Open became an endurance contest more than a test of golf," said Charles, "Phil Rodgers (who Charles beat in a playoff) felt the strain more than I did in the last 18 holes." Charles beat Rodgers by eight strokes in the British Open playoff, shooting par 140 on the 36 holes while Rodgers was taking 148. They had tied at 277 for 72 holes. Lunn Won't Become Pro SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)National Public Links champion Bob Lunn has never taken a gol lesson and he has no plans to turn pro. The 18,-year-old San Franciscan who until the sveekend had won only a few northern California tournaments, blossomed into national champion Saturday when he held off Steve Oppermann oJ South San Francisco 1-up in a 36- liole final. "I just try to keep from bogey ing any hole," said the soft spoken, lanky youngster. The formula paid off as he carded [ewer birdies than Oppermann, but won seven holes that his 21- year-old foe bogied, The victory qualifies him for the national amateur championship—his next major 36-36—72 Haggin Oaks Golf course in 38-34—72 Saturday morning and 36-37—73 in the afternoon. After qualifying at nine-over par, Lunn played his 132 holes 01 match play tour-under par. Lunn hit the 450-yard fina green in two, left his first putl four feet short, then, although "1 don't know what was in my mind," he rapped the winning putt squarely into the cup. Lunn plans to attend San Jose State College, probably on a golf sehqlarship. Beyond that,'his golf plans are not set. ALTON cago, then lost 7-3. Podres, a lefty on a comeback, now Is 8-6 and teams with Sandy ioufax and Don Drysdale to give he Dodgers perhaps the best rout-lino pitching in baseball. His Humph at Philadelphia was his ourth straight victory, all by one •tin. Houston built a seven-run first Inning around John Bateman's bases-loaded triple and coasted In against the hapless Mets. The game was called after Frank Thomas hit a two-run homer in he Mets' eighth. Home runs by Marty Keough and Vada Pinson won the opener 'or Cincinnati and John Tsitouris, nit the Braves rushed out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning of the lighlcap and the Reds never :(.ught up. Joe Torre's two-run double was the big blow. Bob Shaw, who lost the opener as a starter, came on in relief to preserve the second game for Milwaukee after the Reds rallied for two runs in the ninth. The Card-Cubs split left Chicago .001 ahead of St. Louis in their struggle for third place. The Cards got 16 hits, four by Dick Groat, scored four times in the first inning and romped in the opener. Home runs by Ron Santo, Lou Brock and Ernie Banks won the second game for the Cubs. Santo also homered in the first game. Merchants Win Twinbill, 8-4 and 9-2 ROXANA — The Alt-Wood Merchants took a doubleheader from aesch Dairy of Bloomington Sun day, winning the opener, 84 and the nightcap, 9-2. Trailing 4-2 in the sixth inning, the Merchants erupted for six runs to clinch the game. Johnson pitched six innings and yielded three homers and nine hits. Alt-W o o d mamiged 11 hits off loser Kennedy. Hintjen went three for four, West banged a homer and single- and Metz a pair of singles for Alt-Wood. In the second contest Garner fired a seven-hitter for Alt-Wood. West tripled, doubled and singled in four at-bats, and Boverie collected two doubles and a single. Alt-Wood plays Manchester Wednesday night in the St.' Louis County League. Strong Yanks on Top; Capture ttj- JIM UACKLfcMAN AssoelfUcd t»f«M Sporift Consider the desperate plight of ho New York Yankees, They've been forced lo use the ikes of Hector Lopez and John Blanehard In the outfield In place f Injured super-stars Mickey Man le and Roger Marls, They've pressed t)ielr aging oach, Yogi Berra, Into duty as atcher and pinch hitter. They've had to put a youthful eft-hander named A1 Downing tralght from the minors into Wynn Becomes 14th 300 Game Winner PENDING RECORD John Fennel of Miami, Fla., a student at Northeast Louisiana University, is shown in action in pole vault event at Gainsville, Fla., last March. In London today he vaulted 16 feet 8V& inches and won the pole vault event at the British National tracks and field championships. His effort surpassed by a half inch the best previous mark in the event by Brian Sternberg of the University of Washington. (AP Wire- photo) Cards Take Opener, Cubs Win Nightcap Hoyt Wilhelm entered the game in the fifth and pitched three hitless innings before the Orioles broke through for two runs and the lead in the ninth. But the White Sox came back in their half of the inning by loading the bases with no outs. Pete Ward and J.C. Martin singled. Al Weis drew a walk from reliever Steve Barber. Then, after accumulating two outs, .the Sox sent Fox to the plate and he did the job with a single. In the first game, the v Orioles assaulted Ray Herbert for four runs in the third inning. Mike McCormick was the winner. The South Siders plan to use Gary Peters (6-5) on the mound against Baltimore's Robin Roberts (6-8) tonight at Comiskey Park. The Cubs also split a Sunday doublehader, with the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cards blasted out a 10-3 opening victory in St. Louis but the third-place Cubs bounced back for a 7-3 nightcap win. Four of the six homers hit in the twinbill were hit by Ron Santo —one in each contest—Lou Brock and Ernie Banks. Banks' round- tripper in the second game broke his tie for seventh place on the all-lime National League list by giving him No. 352 of his career. This is one more than hit by Ralph- Kiner. The Cardinals rapped 16 hits in the opener. Dick Groat got foui of the hits and Ken Boyer and Bill White added home runs. Glen Hobble, the Cub starter, got the oss. Ray Sadecki picked up the vin. The four-base blasts by Santo Banks and Brock helped give the Cubs a second-game lead that lef he Cardinals behind for good jarry Jackson got credit for th< victory, after getting help from .indy McDaniel. In an afternoon game, the Cai dinals today planned to sen Ernie Broglio (10-5) against th Cubs' Dick .Ellsworth (12-6). Berra's Bat Bangs Out Hits KANSAS CITY (AP)-Yogi Berra. 38 years young, is on a hitting streak that gives the New York Yankees a lift when they need it most, with Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris on the shelf. This doubtless is what the Yanks had in mind when they kept him on the active list as a player-coach. Berra is making the decision look good, with a 10- for-18 splurge in his last five games, raising his batting average as a part time performer to .304. Berra drove in eight runs and slugged two homers and two doubles in the streak. Berra stroked a double and two singles, drove in a run, scored once and caught the game as the Yanks beat Kansas City 11-6 Sunday. Berra sidestepped any discussion of his future in baseball. He made it clear, though, he feels his career as a player isn't over. When it is, that will be soon enough for a decision. Manager Ralph Houk said Berra's hitting was no surprise to him. "Yogi is sure a nice guy to have around when the doubleheaders start piling up," Houk said. "Next year? Well, that's a long way off." Riessen Tries For Net Title MILWAUKEE (AP) - Marty Riessen, the Big Ten champion from Evanston, 111., will get his third crack at the men's title in the Western Open Tennis Tournament today. Riessen, the top-seeded men's singles player, meets Bill Lenoir, Tucson, Ariz, Riessen trounced Andy Lloyd, Shreveport, La., 6-2, 4-6, 6-0, 1-C, 6-0, over the weekend. Lenoir ousted Larry Nagler, North Hollywood, Calif., 7-5. 6-4, 8-6, in the other men's semifinal. Nancy R i c h e y, Dallas, Tex., captured the women's championship Sunday by defeating Vickie Palmer, Phoenix, Ariz., 6-2, 7-5. Riessen and Clark Graebner, Shaker Heights, Ohio, defeated Ronald Barnes of Brazil and Andre Donnedieu of Mexico, 6-8, W. 6-1, 6-3, to gain today's final in the men's doubles. Royals Romp At Maryville MARYVILLE — The Wood River Royals, in anticipation of this week's state tournament, were redhot over the weekend as they won the Maryville Invitational. The Royals, after a Friday night bye, walloped Mount Olive Saturday night, 14-4, and Belleville Sunday, 13-3. Shirley Tucker was the winning hurler in both contests. The Royals meet Rockforc Meadow Mart Wednesday night at 8:30 in the first round of the state tournament. Should they win Wednesday, the Royals would return to play Friday night. The tourney is a one-loss, suddei death playoff. BELLEVILLE Player AB R 2 1 3 0 3 Jahr Carnaghl Dill Morton Frazler Ssmelmon 3 0 Williams 3 0 Neff Ames Totals Inning: Belleville Wood River 1 4 1 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 1 0 2 WOOD RIVER H Player AB R H 0 Silvers 5 2 1 Pack 4 3 3 Cairns 3 3 1 Frltcshi 4 2 0 Dannage 4 0 1 Anderson 5 0 0 Redford 3 1 0 Tucker 3 1 0 Pierce 4 1 5 Totals 13 1 234567 RHE 002100 35 501023 13 17 1 Brighton Splits With Gillespie The Brighton Merchants split a double header with Gillespie Sunday, losing the opener, 14-10, then bouncing back for a 6-1 conquest in the second. Frazier was the winner for Gillespie in the opener. Rushing took the loss. In the second contest Wleb mer was the victor, Kelly took the defeat. Davis slammed a homer for Brighton. Friday night, the Merchants split a doubleheader with Water tower, losing the first game 6-4 winning the second behind Kos ten's two-run homer and Wieb- mer's relief hurling, 6-5. Wednesday night, the Merch ants play Bob and Lee's of Alton at Brighton. Southpaw Bob Fenton pitched two no-hit games for Penn State this spring and struck out 100 batters in 93 innings during the regular season. 1ST. CHICAGO (3) Player AB R 3 0 GAME ST. LOUIS <IO) 2 0 3oros Lemay Burke Burton Williams Santo Banks Hubbs Warner Scluieffer Bertele Rodgers Grammas 1 0 Hobble 0 0 Brewer Elston Mathews Totals Inning: Chicago 0 0 3 1 4 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 32 3 1 2 3 0 0 1 St. Louis 4 0 1 H Player 1 Javier 0 Maxvill 0 Groat 0 Muslal 0 James 1 White 1 Boyer 1 McCarver 3 0 Thacker 2 0 Kolb 4 2 Flood 4 1 Sadecki 3 1 0 0 0 0 STotals 456789 000002 3 1 I 0 0 X AB R H 39 10 1 RH1 3 8 1016 2ND GAME CHICAGO (7) ST. LOUIS (3) Player AB R HPlayer AB R 501 Javier 4 2 Groat 3 1 Muslal 3 1 White 4 1 Boyer 4 Landrum Brock Williams Santo Banks Hubbs Ranew Rodgers Jackson McDaniel Totals Inning: Chicago St. Louis 0 McCarver 4 2 Altman 1 Flood 2 Taylor 0 Kolb •Shnntz Snwatfiki Schultz Carmel 37 7 11 Totals 123458789 001310020 I 0 0 I 0 0 1 0 0 34 3 RH 7 H 3 9 Mutual Fund} Ask for Prospectus : HAROLD Q, HUBER 12502 N. Rodgers — 468-2681 Chiefs Play Four Games In One Day ^ The Alton Jackson Chiefs played four games Sunday and won half of them. The Chiefs lost twice to Laesch Dairy of Bloomington, dropping the opener, 8-5, and the nightcap, 4-1. Crotchett was the opening game loser despite Carey's two- run blast and a triple, and Burmester's homer. Later in the duy, the Chiefs bounced back \vltli u pair of victories over Bijsliy's, 3-2 and 4-0. Kulenkamp bested Voloski in the opener, Kulenkamp firing a three-hitter, Voloski a five-hitter. Wintjen's two run homer was the big hit for the Chiefs. Ebbelev went three-for-three for Alton. In the second contest Crotchet! and Calvin combined for a two- hitter. Downer gave up seven lor Busby's. The Chiefs play Hannibal, Mo- Saturday at Jaycee fjeld. Busby's meets Rome Roys of Granite City at the West End Diamond Wednesday night, For VACATION Money .PUBLIC FINANCE . . . Fast Service . . . Up to $8OO ... On sensible plan* Money to Go Now—Pay Later. Thousand* pur plane every year for their vacations*you can, too. With good credit and steady employment, you're &U set, Call, writ*, «r «emt In today for Hit amount you want, Life Insurance U Available On Yewr Loan ^PUBLIC FINANCE CORPORA 7/QN 331 Belle, Altfln-HQ 5-555* 20 Eastgate Shop, Cm, f, Alton~CL 4-3864 20 N. Wcod Rlvtr, Wwd RIvtr-CL 4«4337 their front-line" pitching rotation. But, somehdw or another, the Yankees have struggled into a 6&game edge lii tlit American League-which Is quite a" ed#> tor this time of the season, even for the perennial pennant winners. The Yanks pushed into their biggest lend of the year Sunday with a doublchtfader sweep over their favorite opponents, the Kansas City Athletics. A 14-hll attack led by Lopep, Berra and Btattchavd powered the Yanks to an 11-6 victory In the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (200 at bats).—Yastr- /.emski, Boston, .337; Malzone, Boston, ,323. H Uns _ Allison, Minnesota, 64; Yastrzemski, Boston, 55. Runs batted in—Wagner, Los Angeles and Allison, Minnesota, 60. Hits—Malzone and Yastrzem- ski, Boston, 109. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 25; Versalles, Minnesota, 22. Triples — Hinton, Washington, 10; Versalles, Minnesota, 7. Home runs—Allison, Minnesota, 22; Wagner, Los Angeles and Kilebrew, Minnesota, 20. Stolen bases—Aparicio, Baltimore, 25; Wood, Detroit and Hin:on, Washington, 17. Pitching (eight decisions) — Radatz, Boston, 10-1, .909; Ford, New York, 14-3, .824. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, 117; Pizarro, Chicago, 113. National League Batting (200 at bats)—T. Davis, Los Angeles, .330; Groat, St. Louis, .326. Runs — H. Aaron, Milwaukee and White, St. Louis, 67. Runs batted in—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 70; Santo, Chicago and White, St. Louis, 65. Hits — Groat, St. Louis, 119; White, St. Louis, 117. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 26; Pinson, Cincinnati, 25. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 12; White, St. Louis, 7. Home runs—H. Aaron, Mihvau kee and McCovey, San Francis co, 26. Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinna ti, 23; Robinson, Cincinnati, 21. Pitching (eight decision) — Koufax, Los Angeles, 15-3, .833 Malone, Cincinnati, 14-3, .824. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Ange les, .163; Drysdale, Los Angeles KANSAS CITY (AP) - Early Wynn, the latest and the lust o! baseball's 300-game winners—nt cast for several years—wauls to uonUnue pitching as long as he :an help the Cleveland Indians, "Tills No. 300 was so hard to get, it's tough to rtame any future ;oals," said the 43-year-old right milder. Wynn finally reached I ho select circle on his eighth atlemp Saturday, pitching the first fivo linings of a 7-4 victory over tin A's. Manager Birdie Tebbetts mud it clear before boarding a .plane _'or Minneapolis that Wynn wil continue his once-a-week pitching 'or the Indians. "He's pitched excellent ball and I'm going to go right on using him as often as I 1 have," Tebbetts said. "The gout was killing me," the night before he got the big 300th, Wynn said. He said he awoke every hour or 'two and took pills to relieve the aches. A cautious 310 was the limit for Wynn in future goals. He declined to make any long-range predictions and laughed off suggestions of 350 or 400 victories. Warren Spahn, now at 339, is the only other pitcher to reach the 300 circle in the past 22 years. Lefty Grove then with the Red Sox, won his 300th in 1941. And Grove was the first to make it since 'Grover Alexander and Walter Johnson, both in the late '20s, ' ' ' There's no doubt 300-game winners are a vanishing breed in the modern era of the lively ball. Wynn is the 14th to join the club. Grove, Spahn and Wynn are the only ones who pitched all of their careers in the lively ball, or home run era. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PUESS MEXICO CITY—Sugar Ramos, 126, Cuba, outpointed Rafiu King, 125, Niegeria, 15. Ramos retained world featherweight title. NEW YORK — Joey Archer. 159%, New York, outpointed Farid Salim, 161, Argentina, 10. opener, while DOwnlrlg's foiir-htt sltching and the slugging of El- Bton Howard and Tom Trash won he second game 5-0. The Boston, Red Sox kept their slim hold on second place In a split at Los 'Angeles, winning the second game 5-0 aftoiVthe Angels ook the "opener il-8. Chicago's hlrd-place While Sox divided with JnlUmore, nipping the Orioles 3-2 on Nellie Fox 1 clutch two-tun single in the ninth Inning following 6-3 setback In the first gume. Minnesota unloaded a barrage of home runs and swept Cleve« and 5-3 and 8-2. The Dett'olt-nt-Washlngton dou- bloheader was rained out. The Los Angeles Dodgers also umpcd to n 6'A-game lead In the sjallonal League by winning their seventh straight, 3-2 over Philadelphia In six innings. The rest of the doublchendor was washed oul. Also In the NL—St. Louis and Chicago split, the Cardinals winning 10-3 and the Cubs 7-3; Cincinnati beat Milwaukee 5-3, then lost to the Braves 7-6; and Houston dealt the No\y York Mets their 15th loss in a row, 8-3 in u cloublohenclcr opener called in the eighth because o' rain. San Francisco's scheduled doublehoiid- er at Pittsburgh nlso was lost lo rain. The A's drew five walks off Bill Stafford in the first inning of Ihe opener at Kansas City, taking a 4-0 lead, but the Yonks pounded back and finally made a •out of it with five runs in the eighth. The 22-year-old Downing struck out 10 in his third shutout and fifth victory since being promoted 'rom Richmond last month. diet Nichols and relief ace Dick Radalz combined for a five- lit shutout for the Red Sox in » the second game at Los Angeles, * while in the opener the Angels drew seven walks and every one became a run. Fox brought the White Sox a split with the Orioles when, he banged a bases-loaded single with two out in the bottom of the ninth inning. \ The second game was marred by a beanballing incident in which Manager Billy Hitchcock o" the Orioles had to be restrained as he charged toward White Sox pitcher John Buzhardt. Jerry Aclair was hit in the mouth and Brooks Robinson in the helmet bp Buzhardt fast balls. Homers brought Minnesota 11 of its 13 runs in the sweep over Cleveland. Reserve Don Mincher belted a grand slam and Harmon Killebrew hit a two-run shot in the second game, while Earl Battey, Zoilo Versalles and Vic Power connected in the opener. Jim Kaa't and Bill Pleis were the winning pitchers. NAGOYA, Japan — Mitsunori Seki, 126V2, Japan, outpointed Dommy Barahaja, 126V4, Philippines, 10. Delco Super Ride Shock Absorbers SOLD AT DOOLEY'S SERVICE flth Street & Belle Alton, Illinois—466-OGD2 • 630 E. Broadway • Dial HO 2-7327 JULY SALE •A Special Group MEN'S SUITS All from ojjr regular stock — Regulars, Shorts, • Longs, Extra Longs, * BERMUDA SHORTS .. ,20% off •Slacks Reduced! Reg, 10.95 & 11.95 ,,,..,.$ 8,50 Reg, 14.95 ,,,.,,,,. 11,95 Reg. 15.95 12,50 Reg, 16:95 ,,! 13,50 Reg. 13-50 & 18.95 15,50 MEN'S SPORTGOATS Regulars, Shorts, Longs and Extra Longs! Reg. 29.50 & 35 ..NOW $23 Reg, 39.95 NOW $31 Reg. 45.00 NOW $36 Reg. 49.50 NOW $39 Reg, 69.50. 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