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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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ffitt ALfON EVENING f UESt>AY, JULY itt, 19fl3 Lakers, Royals at Decatur for */ ALTON LAKERS Top Row—JoAiin Cornine, Lynn Lusby, Scottie Freeman, Norma Ims, Bev Conaway, Donna Zumwalt. Middle Row — Jeanne Helmkamp, Brenda Duke Betty Onofrey, Sandy Grimsley, Mary Miller, Jackie Hand. Bottom Row—Cheryl Clark, Star Travis, Sandy Bolen, Lea Follis, Mryna Mandorca. Insert—Lorraine Burke, manager. (Don Hayes photo) Long Season, Dark Says By LOU PRATO PITTSBURGH (AP) - Al though the Los Angeles Dodgers appear on the verge of turning the National ^League race into a runaway, there's no panic among the defending champion San Francisco Giants. The slumping Giants lost a doubleheader : to the Pittsburgh Pirates Monday night 2-1 arid 4-1, and dropped into, third place— seven games behind the Dodgers and one game back of second- place Chicago. The defeats were the fourth and fifth of the current Giant road trip and their 13th and 14th defeats in their last 23 games. But they don't, appear to be too concerned. "There's still a long season ahead,". Manager Alvin Dark said in the Giant clubhouse after the twin bill. "Every team has a slump during the,year and this is ours. The Dodgers haven't had one yet. Besides, I think we were about this far back last year at this'time .and we still won it." Neither Dark • nor his players appear worried about the current Lakers Own Three Wins Over Decatur With a successful season be- lind them, the Alton Lakers will )e bidding for the women's state Softball crown at Decatur and the lost team looms as their biggest 'bstacle. The Decatur Merchanettes are the defending s t at e champions find have the advantage of the home field as well as prestige riding w i t h them. The Lakers, however, in four contests this' season with the Decatur nine, have coina off a winner three, times. On May 25, the Lakers turned back the Merchanettes, 6-2, in the opener of a double header before dropping the second game, 7-1. On June 29 at -.\ Watertower Park, Alton swept a twinbill from Decatur, 4-0 and 3-1. The Lakers have faired well against state competition. In addition to their three victories over the Merchanettes, the Lakers own two wins over Wood River, and a victory over Springfield. 1 slump. The Giant clubhouse.! In their last outing the Lakers lost a 2-1 decision to Ballwin, Mo., in extra innings. Bev Connway, with assistance from Sandy Grimsley, has been the mainstay of the Lnker pitching staff, appearing in nearly every Alton contest. A tight infield of Norma Ims at third, Star Travis at short, Lea though far from festive, did not have the somber mood that marks many losers' dressing rooms. Players joked a little and laughed a little. No furniture was wrecked. And no- tempers flared. "We just haven't been hitting," Dark said. "We've been getting pretty good pitching but you have to hit to score runs. Follis at second and Jackie Hanc at first give the Lakers a topflight defensive .unit. Patrolling the outfield are Scottie Freeman in center, Donna Zumwalt, Cheryl Clark and Sandy Bolen. Betty Onofrey handles the catching. Lorraine Burke is the team manager. Miss Burke co-managed the St. Louis Blues to Western Regional Championships in 1958, 1959 and 1960. The Lakers are seeded in the :6ugh upper bracket. They play hey're first game Wednesday night at 7:30 against the Robinson Orphans. The Lakers "had been scheduled to play the Orphans last Saturday in an exhibition game but the contest was rained out. .-.'.' BOWLING ACME 32 LANES Monday 3 Men League Sherman 204-259 (818), Griz;:le 200, Frisse 200-200-214, Heaton 200, Jack Kelly 212. BOWL INN Western Mixed Ladies — Smith 199, (513), Dale 199. Men — Pierce 205, Ilickerson 222, Book 203, Carstena 206-226. GOLFING NOTES Twenty-four members of St. Louis Alumni Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity will hold an 18 hole golf tourney at Lockhaven C.C., Thursday afternoon, followed by a dinner for 30-members Thursday night. Area members who will be the host committee for the ; day are Doug Bair, John Greenwood, Bob .Goulding Sr., : and 3ob Goulding Jr. Tennis Club Meets Thursday •A meeting of the Alton tennis club will be held Thursday at :he Recreation Department in Rock Springs Park: Last week's meeting brought forth ideas concerning a city tennis tourney to be run at a later date. Also discussed was the possibility of the club joining the UFLTA. More discussions of these and other matters pertinent to tennis 'ill be considered Thursday. The meeting is open to the public. First baseman Jerry Sutton iaced Michigan State's baseball earn in homers with eight and in runs batted in with 34 this season. He bit .350 in 30 games. Both Teams See Action Wednesday Both the Alton Lakers and Wood River Royals play Wednesday night in the Women's State Softball Tournament at Decatur, Wood River tackling Roekford Mendow Mart at 8:30 while the Lakers battle the Robinson Orphans at 9:45. The tourney, played at Chaps Park, will officially gel under way when the defending state champion Decatur Merchanet- tes meet Champaign Tuesday evening at 7:15. The Buda Vs. Springfield contest at 8:30 wraps up Tuesday night play. Before Wood River and Alton play Wednesday, Kiwanee will meet Shelbyvllle at 7 p.m. Thursday night, the upstate teams go Into action. The Rock River winner will play the third place team of the Kockford round robin at 7:15, to he followed by the Kockl'ord runncrtip vs. Uiishvllle contest at 8:30 and the Kockford winner vs. Kock Kivor runncriip at 9.Mi). The eight remaining teams of the original 16 will be back, in action Friday night. . Four games are on tap that evening at 6:15, 7:30, 8:45 and 10:00. The semifinals will be held on Saturday with the title tilt set for 7:30 Sunday evening. Should the Royals survive the first round, they would play in the 10 o'clock quarterfinal contest Friday night while the Lakers would engage in the (>:15 outing. Further victories would place the Royals in a 9 o'clock Saturday tilt with the Laker's playing at 7:30. One loss means elimination in the sudden death meet. There is no consolation bracket. 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. FRIDAY First squad of 48 pros bowls in Alton Open at Bowl Haven (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Second squad bowls from 6 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. SATURDAY Same as Friday at Bowl feven; cut to 16 bowlers. City Golf Tourney. SUNDAY Two eight-game sets Sunday afternoon (1 o'clock) in Alton open. Finals between 7 and 11 Sunday night. City Golf Tourney. ;- -''V;-;:^ Top Row—Tony Zolner, Sue Frft/scli, Dorothy, ley Anderson, Saya Stnnich, Leo Sievers, Ruth Cairns, Carol Bedford, Roberta Seehausen, Anne^ Whlttcn. rr.n.1.. n «. !VTn**«fA T)S/*M«if\ ..'• . •••'•••'. ''•' • -. • ' ' ' •,' fSJnf; I Zolner, Marge Pierce. Bottom Row—Bette Welch, Shirley Tucker, Shir- Not present are Ehb Tuck and Put Hagen. (Don Hayes photo) Schayes. Is' Picked to Coach Nats PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Dolph Schayes, one of the oldest stars in pro basketball, today is one of its youngest coaches. "It's going to be quite a change for me," said the 35-year-old Schayes Monday after being named coach of the National Basketball Association Syracuse Nationals, transplanted here at the end of last season. Schayes, possessor of the longest, highest scoring career in pro basketball, was picked by co- owners Irv Kosloff and Ike Richman to succeed Alex Hannum, who said business interests in his borne state of California kept him from moving here with the Nats. Although he Indicated .he .would do his coaching from the bench, Schayes didn't rule out the possibility of playing if the need arises. "I'm contemplating coaching," was the way he put it. The new coach promises "fast breaking, exciting, winning basketball." . ... Schayes joined the Nats after graduating from New York Uni versity and spent his entire 15- year pro career with them. During that time he played in more regular season games (1,035), scored more points (19,115), shot more free throws. (8,216) and made more of them (6,933) than any other pro player. Improving Royals Await Meet Opener The Wood River Royals, behind the pitching of Shirley Tucker and an impressive batting display, won two games this past weekend, and could be ready for the opening of the Women's State Softball tournament at Decatur Wednesday night. Seeded in the lower bracket, the Royals meet Roukford Meadow Mart at 8:30. A victory Wednesday evening would advance Wood River into the 10 o'clock quarterfinal contest Friday night. The Royals' record in the Twilight League is 2-11, but in exhibition contests, Wood R i v e r is BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Gary Peters, White Sox, hurled a one-hitter with a' 4-0 shutout against the Baltimore Orioles. Robin Roberts the. opposing pitcher, got the hit, a single with two out in the tliird inning. Peters fanned 13. BATTING — Dick Ellsworth, Cubs, won his own game by driving in both runs with a single in Chicago's 2-0 victory over St. Louis for his 13th victory against six defeats. Michael Herriott of Towson, Md., will captain Dartmouth's 1964 lacrosse -team. His brother Jon, class of "59, also played lacrosse. playing, at a perfect 1.000 pace with, three victories in three outings, . . • ;; In the Mar vy I lie Invitational the Royals, after drawing a first round bye, walloped Mount Olive Saturday night, 14-4, and then captured the tourney with a 13-3 thumping of Belleville. Miss Tucker handles the pitching chores for the Royals and her battery male, Saya . Stanich, swings the biggest bat on t h e team. Defensively, the Royals, managed by Tony Zolner, have been anything but steady on the field but a sole-error performance Sun- shows Wood River's fine im- ivement in that department. Shirley .Anderson holds down, , the hot corner, leadoff batter Lee Sievers is at short, Sue Fritzschl at second, and Carol Redford at first. In the outfield Dot Cairns starts in left, Ebb Peck in center and either Marge Pierce or Pat Ilagen In right. Anne Zolner, Betty Welch and Ruth Whitten round .out the 13- member squad. It is possible that the Royals could meet the Alton Lakers in the title tilt Sunday should both teams emerge from their brackets. The Royals have lost twice to Allon, dropping an early season contest, |<l-0, and losing last Wednesday, 52. PROBABLE PITCHERS By TUB ASSOCIATED 1'RISSS American League Cleveland (Grant 6-8) at Los Angelas (McBride 9-7), N. Boston (Morchead 6-5) at Kansas City (Segui 4-31, N. New York(Terry 9-!)) at Min- nosola (Perry 8-5), N. Washington (Oslecn 2-6) at Chicago (Pizarro ll-'t), N. Baltimore (Pappas 7-4) at Detroit (Lary 0-2), N. National League Houston (Farrell 6-7) at New York (Jackson 6-10) Milwaukee (Sadowski 0-3) at Chicago (Buhl 8-6) Los Angeles (Koufax 15-3 and Willhite 2-2) at Philadelphia (Ma- hnffey 6-9 and Short 1-8 or Green 1-3), 2, twi-night ; . San Francisco (Sanford 9-9 and Bolin 4-3) at Pittsburgh (Cardwell 6-9) and Schvvall 5-4), 2, twi- night ' 'St. Louis (Burdette 7-8) at Cincinnati (Maloney 14-3), N. Crow, Gautt Sign 1963 Contracts ST. LOUIS (AP)—Two St. Louis football Cardinal stars, John David Crow and Prentice Gautt, have signed their contracts for this season, the Cardinals announced today. ' . Crow holds most of the team rushing records. He and Gautt last year accounted for about three-fourths of the team's rushing yardage. 96 Pros Will Be Here for Open By BILL LHOTKA Telegraph Sports Writer The stands have been erected, the lanes are ready, and the management of Bowl Haven is anxiously awaiting the advent of the Professional Bowling Association's top bowlers for the $20,400 Alton Open, which begins Thursday. The stands have been borrowed from Piasa Southwestern and Western Military Academy and have a seating capacity of approx- imately 450. The lanes are said to be medium, neither too fast for the hooks of a Don Carter, nor too slow for the fireballs of a Carmen Snlvlno. The tournament doesn't offici ally begin until Friday morning at 11, but is preceded by a practice session open to the public Thursday afternoon from 12 until four and a Pro-Am tourney Thursday night from 6:30 until 11. . In the pro-am event an ama- BOWLING BENEFITS l poses with the wigM with a Pro-Am Tournament tuid efi that will Ije officially opens Friday morning at 11. f£0,4QQ in prige Tickets can be purchased from Jaycee begins Thursday members. (George, Jlorton photo) Major league] STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. New York .... 54 33 ,621 Boston 49 39 .557 E Chicago ..... 50 40 .556 5V; Minnesota ... 49 41 .544 6 Baltimore ... 50 43 ,538 7 Cleveland ... 46 44 .511 9 Los Angeles . 43 50 .462 14 Kansas City . 38 50 .432 16V6 Detroit 36 49 .424 17 Washington .. 32 58 .390 23'/i .Monday's Results Minnesota 13, Cleveland 1 Wahington 11, Detroit 6 Kansas City 11, New York 10 (12 innings) Boston 2, Los Angeles 1 Chicago 4, Baltimore 0 Today'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) Wednesday's Gumes Cleveland at Los Angeles ( tvvi-night) Boston at Kansas City (N) New York at Minnesota (N) Washington at Chicago (N) Baltimore at Detroit National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles .. 55 34 .618 Chicago 49 40 .551 San Francisco 49 42 St. Louis , Cincinnati Pittsburgh Milwaukee Philadelphia Houston .. New York 49 42 49 43 46 43 46 44 44 46 36 58 30 61 .538 .538 .533 .517 .511 .489 .383 .330 26 6 7 7 7% 9 Monday's Results Chicago 2, St. Louis 0 Philadelphia 2-4, San Francisco 1-1 Cincinnati 4, Milwaukee 3 (12 innings) Philadelphia 5, Los Angeles 4 (11 innings) New Yprk 14-0, Boston 5-8 Today's Gomes Houston at New York MilwaukeeXat Chicago Los Angeles at Philadelphia (2 twi.nlght) San Francisco at Pittsburgh (2 twi-night) St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) Wednesday'i Games' San Francisco gt New York. (N) Houston at Philadelphia (N) Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (N) Milwaukee at Chicago St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) teur will be paired with a pro, The amateur will have a 100 per cent handicap on 200 and he alone, will be able to collect the prize money. Top prize for the lucky amateur is $500. Among the notables who will be bowling with t h e pros are Ooii Owen's and Joe Robb of the St. Louis football Cardinals and Marty Blake of the St. Louis Hawks front office. From the opening of the offl cial meet Friday morning until Saturday night, 96 pros — the elite of the pin world — will roll 24 games apiece, from which the top 16 will battle one another Sunday in the finale. Each bowler will roll an eight game block of match competi tion in the afternoon and another Sunday night, from which .only one of the sweet sixteen will walk off- with the $4,000 first prize. Bowl Haven has' chipped $10,800 into the heady kitty while t«ch of the 96 pros nave poured $100 apiece into (he PBA puiioli. Tickets can be purchased from Jaycee members or at Bow! Hav> en. For the practice session Thursday afternoon the cost is 50 cents with a range upward to $3 for the Sunday night title tilt. The Pro-Am Tourney costs J2 per seat as do the Friday and ALTON PLAZA BARBER SHOP Burberlng Service v y / 46IM 312 No Appointment Needed I Saturday afternoon sessions while the price for Friday and Saturday night, and Sunday afternoon is $2,50. Reserved tickets for the entire Open cost $15. The qualifying rounds Friday and Saturday begin at 11 a.m. and run till 5 p.m. and then again from 6 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. The Sunday afternoon matches begin at 1 with the finals, set to begin at 7 p.m. and end with the crowning of the first Alton champion at 11. Many bowlers, familiar to the public via the medium of TV, will be on bund, among them such notables as D o n Carter, the recognized king of bowling, Ray Blutli, Buzz Faxip, Dick Weber, who Is second in money winnings on the 1063 tournament trull, and Carmen Salvino, who has consistently been In the money this past yrar. Lesser known perhaps to the average sportsman but not to the pin enthusiasts are Andy Mar? zich, who leads the tour this year with more than $22,000 In pin earnings; Jim St. John, run- nerup vin Chicago two weeks ago and winner of the Rockford Open last weekend, who could hold the hottest hand in Alton come Sunday; Bill Race, a former Altonian come home and winner of over $7,500 in 1962; and Billy "G" Golembiewski, who won for five consecutive weeks on the Make That Spare TV show. A number of local bowlers will be competing with the pros. Three Altonians in the tourney are Bob Kallal,' John Coleman and J i m Tittle. They will be joined by Gene Kessler, William McCullough and Amttlci't Laroftt Selling C Gus Marsala of St. Louis, Barney Chappcll of. Jerseyville, Max Legate of Granite City, Clancy Mueller of Edgemont and Pete Bohe- rlch of Belleville. In theory, the Alton Open could be said to have already begun—and with a bang. A local bowler — Jim Brceden of Alton — while practicing for the Pro-Am Tourney in willed he will compute rolled a 800 game Monday. A 170- averago pin man, Brceden turned In the perfect game on Alley 21 with nary a practice roll. CHECK THIS LIST Glen Allison Ray Bluth Buddy Bomar Ed Bourdase 'Bill Bunetta Don Carter Bob Chase Vern Downing Buzz Fazio Billy 0 Tom Henneisey George Howard Earl Johnson Andy Marzich {vlorrie Oppenheim Bill Pace : Carmen Salvlno Jim Schroeder Harry Smith Pick Weber Billy Welu Wayne Zahn Jim St. John Al §$yjM Bob Strampa ALL OF THESE GREAT BOWLERS PLUS MANY OTHERS WILL BE ON HAND AT BOWL HAVEN JULY 18 TO JULY ?1 Thurs.— Practice— Noon Thurs.^-Pro Am,—6«l 1 p,n\, Frl, Sat,— Some K», jPr I', Sunday Plngbwlf 5 p.m. PtlNTY pf 4WW added) YOU CAN BOWL WITH ONE OF THESE STARS FOB YOUR PARTNER IN THE PRO-AM Cp|| BOWL HAVEN for <Utgils $50.00 ENTRY FEE;

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