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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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WEDNESDAY; JULY 17, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Al Ferrari Joins List in Pro-Am Tourney ^^ , ••.. . • . • , W tty BILL LHOf KA fcICRfflph SpoHs WHlcf AI Ferrari, ft former St. Louis Hawk player, has been added to the list of area personalities who will complete in the Pro-Am Tourney of the Alton Open at Bowl Haven Thursday. frfl-raH was tiithied Monday to succeed Buddy ftlattner as tho nniioiiiicef of the Hanks game*. The Pro-Am tourney will run from 6:30 to 11 Thursday night. An amateur ts paired with a pro, and all the winnings (top prize Is $500) will go to the amateur. The official $20,400 tournament will begin Friday morning at 11. The day sessions Friday and Sal- By TUB ASSOCIATED I'ttESS National League W. L. 1'ct. O.B. Los Angeles 55 35 .615 Chicago .... 50 40 .556 5V 2 urday will run till 4:30 p.m., the night sessions from 6 to 11:30. Each bowler will roll 24 qualifying games Friday and Saturday. The field will then be cut to the top 16 pros, who will roll eight game blocks of match play Sunday afternoon, beginning at 1, and Sunday night, beginning at 7. The champion will receive the winner's check and trophy Sunday nighl nt 11. Tlie first place prize is $4,000. The lending money winner of the 1063 tour Is quiet, he- spectacled Andy Marzlcn of Rfdondo Bench, Calif, twenty-seven years old, Mnrxich Is a strong contender for Bowler of the Year honors. Unknown three years ngo, Mnr/.lch has lifted more than $22,000 from the 1963 1'BA coffers. Other howlers who will be shooting for prize money at Bowl Haven include: Dick Welwr — This St. Louis pro trails Marzich In total earn- St. Louis San Francisc Cincinnati ., Pittsburugh Milwaukeue Philadelphia Houston ... New York . 50 50 43 49 44 42 .543 .538 .527 47 44 .516 46 45 .505 10 45 47 .489 36 59 .379 22 ..31 61 .337 25'/ 2 10 BOWL HAVEN BLEACHERS Bleachers have, been set up at Bowl Haven for the Alton PBA Open which starts Thursday with a Pro- Am Tourney. The stands hold a capacity of approximately 450. Koufax Wins 9th Straight; Dodgers Split With Phils Tuesday'*) Hesults New York 4, Houston 3 Chicago 1, Milwaukee 0 Los Angeles 5-2, Philadelphia 2) San Francisco 3-2, Pittsburgh 2- Castoff Miller Hurls Orioles to Victory St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 4 (10 innings) Today's Games San Francisco at New. York (N) Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (N) St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) Milwaukee at Chicago Houston at Philadelphia (N) Thursday's Games San Francisco at New York (N) Houston at Philadelphia (N) Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (N) Milwaukee at Chicago St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) American League \V. L. Pet. G.B. New York 54 33 .621 — By JOE REICHLER Associated Tress Sports Writer Relief specialist Stu Miller, believed to have lost his mound magic a year ago, is up to his old tricks and breathing new life into the Baltimore Orioles' American League pennant aspirations. The Butterfly Man, who earned his nickname because of the way he confounded National League batters with his tantalizing slow curves, was traded to Baltimore last .winter by the San Francisco Giants who palmed him off as all washed up. This error in judgment may have cost the Giants a second straight championship. Little Stu las never been belter. Now in his llth year in the big eagues, the 34-year-old riglit- lander is still befuddling enemy batters and bailing out his team- males with spectacular rescue work. Miller came through with another clutch relief performance Tuesday night helping Milt Pappas and the Orioles sew up a 5-2 victory over tho Detroit Tigers. II was his ninth emergency in the last 14 days and his sevenlh save in that span, during which he was .credited with one of the 10 Oriole victories. The triumph boosted the Orioles to within one percentage point of fourth-place Minnesota and just a half game behind the second-place Boston Red Sox, who trail the front-running New York Yankees by six lengths. In other American Leagui games, Kansas City bombed Bos ton 11-0, Washington defeated Chi cago 3-1 and Los Angeles nippec Cleveland 2-1. Rain washed ou the Yankee-Twins contest in Min ncsota, halting play while thi league leaders were at bat in Ih second inning. It was a busy day in the Nation al League where the Chicag Cubs climbed to within 5Vi game of front-running Los Angeles b By JIM HACKUOM/tN Associated Press Sports Writer A billiant left-handed pitcher sparking a pennant drive and a rangy slugger on a cltig in the throes of critical slump continue as the hottest items in the National League. Sandy Koutax ot the Los Angeles Dodgers and Willie McCovey of the San Francisco Giants, each starred again Tuesday night in doubleheader splits. Koutax fired his ninth straight victory and 16th of the season at Philadelphia, going six perfect innings and finishing with n six-hitter in a 5-2 vclory. The Phils rebounded against the first-place Dodgers in the second game romping 10-2 with a 12-hit attack led by Johnny Callison. McCovey belted a homer in each game at Pittsburgh, extending his hitting streak to 21. games and his homer total to 28, and won the opener 3-2 with a two- out homer in the ninth inning. Then the Giants dropper the second game, 3-2, falling into loui'lh place with the seventh loss in their lust nine games. Chicago's runner-up Cubs edged to within 5>/ a lengths of. the top, taking Milwaukee 1-0 on a four- pitcher shutout and Ken Hubbs' homer. St. Louis moved into sole possession of third, nipping Cincinnati 5-4 on a 10th inning squeeze bunt by Tim McCarver and Bobby Shantz's fine relief pitching. New York's last-place Mcts clipped Houston 4-3 with a ninth-inning run in the oilier NL game. In American League action — Kansas City routed Boston 11-0; Washington beat the Chicago White Sox 3-1; Baltimore knocked off Detroit 5-2; and the Los Angeles Angels tripped Cleveland 2-1. New York's pace-setting Yankees and the Twins were rained out at Minnesota. Koutax, gunning for his fourth straight shutout and 10th of the year, retired the first 18 Phils in order as the Dodgers built a 5-( cushion. But Tony Taylor nlckec Koufax for a leadoff double in the seventh and eventually scored on Tony Gonzalez's sacrifice fly for the first run oft the star left> in 34 innings. Doubles by Don Hoalc and Earl Averill gave the Phils another run in the eighth. The Dodgers got their five runs and 12 hits off loser Art. Mahat- fey arid ,Chris Short, with Wally VToori socking a homer and 'Jim Jilliam two doubles. Callison walloped two homers ind .two singles in the second game, which the Phillies wrapped up with three runs in the first off Nick Willhite and four more in ,he third against Ed Roebuck. Dallas Green went the distance for Philadelphia. McCovey, who has totaled 14 homers during his 21-game hitting string, connected in the top of "the nintli hi the opener at Pittsburgh' against Don Cardwell. Willie Mays and Orlando Cepeda also homered for the Giants as they ended the Pirates' winning streak at live. McCovey sent San Francisco off winging in the second game with a first-inning homer, and tied it at 2-2 with a run-scoring single in the third. But the Pirates got the clincher in the .fifth on Bill Virdon's triple and Roberto Clemente's single. Don Schwall was the winning pitcher, with Al McBean again providing strong relief, nnd Jack Sanford lost his fifth in a row. Bob Buhl of the Cubs checked the Braves without a hit until Hank Aaron doubled with two away in the seventh inning at Chicago. He gave way to the heat and humidity in the eighth, and Don Elston, Dick Lemay and Lindy McDaniel limited Milwaukee to one hit the rest of the way. Top Seeded Win in St. Louis Meet Boston 49 Chicago 50 40 41 41 43 45 50 50 50 58 .551 .549 .544 .543 .505 .468 .438 .419 .363 6 6 6V 2 6% 10 13% 16 Shantz Wins For Cards In Relief PROBABLE PITCHERS ings for the year by less thaM $t;oOO. At 33, Weber, who weighs a meager 126 pounds, leads all PBA members In tournament victories with 10 wins. Don CaHcr — Recognl/ed as the king of bowling, tho slow-rolling hooker from St. Lous paced the pro circuit in 1962 with winnings that totalled $40,000 — an all lime record for the PBA. Carter won four tourneys last year and finished in the money 14 times in 17 outings. ,11m St. John — Perhaps the holiest of the summer-touring pros, St. John finished second In he Chicago Open, missing the tie by a meager 12 pins. Last eekend at Rockford, he had pins , o spare as he picked up a first >rize of $3,000. Billy Welii — A native of Texas vho bowls oul of St. Lous, Welu as been a touring pro since 1951, raveling approximately 330 days ul of every year. Welu finished n the ninth spot on the Winter our with earnings of $10,000. Carmen Salvlno — One of the lardest throwing of the pros, Salvino has been louring for 12 years hough only 30 years old. The Chicagoan who now bowls out of Texas nipped Don Carter for the 1962 PBA National Championship in Philadelphia last year. Uay Bluth — A familiar name to St. Louis fans, Bluth finished fourth in game average on the winter lour with a mark of 208.719 behind Weber's leading 209.760. Buzz Fazio — "The Buz/.er" as UTH FOR SANDY PHILADEWHJA -~ Sandy Koufax, game of a twUnjght donWe header at W AnBeies Dodgers southpaw, who Connie MapteStadium. Itwas Sandy's nil his first run In 34 Innings of 16 win against 3 loss to lead the major nS, is sKi wrUlug tplrftUe leagues V jriteUl»g department, ' (AP «fci « ° pjiunes 8-3 in the first Wlrephoto) I - 1 ST. LOUIS (AP)—The two top seeds advanced with ease in third round junior boys matches of the St. Louis invitational tennis tournament Tuesday, but two other seeded players were eliminated Tom Maxeiner, No. 1, trimmed Bill Bane, Odessa, Tex., 6-1, 6-2, and second-ranked Gary Rieser dropped Renny Goldberg, Youngstown, Ohio, by the same score. Maxeiner and Rieser are both from St. Louis. The fifth seed, Jack Waltz, Mt. Lebanon, Pa., lost his match to Steve Foster, Hollywood, Calif., 8-6, 3-6, 6-2, and Brian Leek, also of Hollywood, upset Lee Cantrow, Baton Rouge, La., No. 6, 6-4, 6-4. Ham Maagill, the third seed,> de- feted Mike McClean, Sacramento, Calif., 6-1, 6-1. Fourth-seeded Mike Nolan, Decatur, 111., was upset earlier. Greenfield Wins Greene County Meet Greenfield Sr. captured the championship of the Greene County post-season baseball tourney for 7-9 year old boys Sunday afternoon at Greenfield by defeating the Carrollton Sr. team 3-2 after coming from behind in the final inning of play. Don Baldes picked up the win for Greenfield with Bobby Baker behind the plate. Jim Garner, Rich Gillespie, Terry Price, Jim O'Brien, Dave Bald.es, Mike Vinyard, Len O'Brien,, Jon Wright, Greg Griswold, Jeff Shannhan, Eddie Kahl and Stan McClelland made up the Greenfield tourney team managed by Dale Baldes and Walt McManus. Dragway Has Superstocks This Sunday The Alton Dragway at Alton, Illinois will be featuring a Super- slock Bonanza Sunday, July 27. AH the big 1963 model cars will be battling it out on the strip 'for the big money. Since the racers are tuning, their cars for the National Meet in Indianapolis, Indiana, the best ones should be there, ' All other classes consisting of dragsters, roadsters, coupes, sedans and modified stocks will also be running. MIDWEST LEAGUE By TUB ASSQOJ4TOP »'«B8S Clinton 11, Waterloo 4 Fox Cities 7, Dubuque 4 , Quad 'Cities 7, Burlington 1 Wisconsin Rapids JJ, Cedar Rapids 6 Quincy 15, Decatur 5 Minnesota .. 49 Baltimore .. 51 Cleveland .. 46 Los Angeles 44 Kansas City 39 Detroit 36 Washington ... 33 58 .363 23 Tuesday's Results New York at Minnesota, rain Kansas City 11, Boston 0 Washington 3, Chicago 1 Baltimore 5, Detroit 2 Los Angeles 2, Cleveland 1 Today's Games New York at Minnesota (N) Boston at Kansas City (N) Cleveland at Los Angeles (2, twi-night) Washington at Chicago (N) Baltimore at Detroit Thursday's Games New York at Minnesota Baltimore at Detroit Boston at Kansas City (N) Only games scheduled All-Stars Confident Of Victory CHICAGO (AP) — The College All-Stars feel they can whip the Green Bay Packers in their Aug. 2 meeting if they keep the professional champions from getting easy touchdowns. This was the conclusion of the squad after watching movies of last year's game when the Packers grabbed a 42-20 decision with a, fourth quarter burst. Halfback Larry Glueck of Villanova said "pass defense is the thing. We've got to try not to let them get that easy touchdown. That's what broke down the All- Stars in 1962." Tackle Don Brumm of Purdue felt Ihe Packers didn't push the All-Star line around. "It was their experience that won the game last year," said Brumm. "But we have lo be aggressive and have the desire. The job can be done." CINCINNATI (AP) — Old fashioned baseball strategy — the squeeze bunt and the strikeout pitch—propelled the St. Louis Cardinals to a 5-4 victory over the Cincinnati Reds in 10 innings Tuesday night. Catcher Tim McCarver dropped a squeeze bunt to score Bill White from third base with the winning run in the top of the 10th inning. The pitching victory went to Bobby Shantz (4-2). Shantz struck out eight barters during 3 2-3 innings of relief. The Cardinals play the Reds again tonight in Cincinnati with Bob Gibson (9-4) facing Bob Purkey (3-5). White opened the 10th with a double off Joey Jay (4-14) and advanced to third on a single by Charlie James. Jay disposed of Ken Boyer on a popup and gave way to Bill Henry, a left-hander. McCarver, the first batter to face Henry, laid down the bunt to score White. Curt Flood d r i 11 e d his third home run for the Cardinals and Boyer added his llth. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League New York (Bouton 11-5) at Minnesota (Stange 3-1) (N) Boston (Heffner 1-1) at Kansas City (Drabowsky 0-6) (N) Cleveland (Kralick 9-7 and Ramos 3-3) at Los Angeles (Chance 7-9 and Nelson 2-3 or Foytack 1-3) 2, twi-night Washington (Daniels 3-4) at Chicago (De Busschere 0-2) (N) Baltimore (Barber 12-6) at Detroit (Aguirre 7-8) National League San Francisco (Perry 1-3) at New York (Stallard 3-7) (N) Los . Angeles (Miller 6-4) at Pittsburgh (Law 4-3) (N) St. Louis (Gibson 9-4) at Cincinnati (Purkey 3-5) (N) Milwaukee (Fischer 1-2) at Chicago (Hobbie 4-8) Houston (Brucd 4-7) at Philadelphia (Duren 4-2) (N) beating Milwaukee 1-0 as th Dodgers were held to a splil b Philadelphia. The Phils won th second game 10-2 after Sand Koufax had won his 16th game o the season for the Dodgers with 5-2 triumph in the opening game of the twi-night doubleheader. San Francisco and Pittsburgh also split a night twin bill. The teams swapped 3-2 decisions with the Giants' Willie McCovey hitting WE THINK OUR St. Louis (5) Player AB R Flood Kolb White James Boyer 4 I McCarver 4 0 Javier Musial MaxvJII Burdette Shantz 3 2 4 0 3 2 5 0 2 0 Cincinnati (4) H Player AB R H 1 Rose 1 Harper 1 Plnson 1 Robinson 1 Keough 1 Pavletlch 0 Edwards 0 Freese 0 Cardenas 0 Maloney 0 Coleman/! Zanni ' Walters Jay Henry MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Seattle 5-4, Salt Lake 3-1 Denver 9-4, Hawaii 6-8 San Diego 7, Oklahoma City 5 Spokane 1, Dallas^Fort Worth 0 Tacoma 10, Portland 1 International League Arkansas 3-2, Jacksonville 0-0 Atlanta 9, Richmond 1 Columbus 4, Syracuse 2 Toronto 2, Indianapolis 0 Rochester 6, Buffalo 2 homers in each game, running his total to 28. St. Louis edged out __ Cincinnati 5-4 in 10 innings and practice sessk tbe New Hork Mets eked out a Pro-Am, and 3-2 victory over the Houston Colts. Baltimore, back in stride after losing 22 of 30 earlier in the campaign, slammed four home runs finals $2.! to thwart Detroit's Frank Lary in night $3. his comeback bid. Boog Powell, Jim Gentile, Brooks Robinson and Bob Johnson hit the homers. Miller relieved Pappas in the eighth out of a bases-loaded jam at the expense of only one run that cut Baltimore's lead to 3-2. He struck out Rocky Colavito and ended the inning by getting Billy Bruton on a slow roller. It was] his 42nd relief appearance, most' in both leagues, and his 15th save. He also has won three. Moe Drabowsky pitched the shutout for the Athletics who bombed Boston pitching for 15 hits. The veteran right-hander permitted the* Red Sox only four hils for his first victory of the season and first Kansas City shutout since May 17. Drabowsky helped his cause with a home run and a two-run single when his teammates jumped on loser Dave Morehead for five runs. he is affectionately known to TV viewers ran up winnings ot $4,000 on the 1962 tour. Other well-known pin men who will be participating at 1$ o \v I Haven arc Glenn Allison, Jack Biondolillo, Buddy Boniar, Bill Bunettn, Billy "G", Tommy Hennessey, Earl Johnson, Put Patterson, Hurry Smith, Wayne Zahn, Al Savas and J. Wilbert Sims. Tickets can be purchased from Jaycee members or at Bowl Haven. The price for Thursday's practice session is 50 cents. The afternoon sessions on Friday and Saturday cost $2, the Friday and Saturday night sessions and Sunday afternoon finals $2.50 and the finale Sunday light $3. Reserved seats for the entire Open cost $15. ICE CUBES ARE BETTER! TRY 'EM Your Beverages Will Look Better and Taste Better! Automatic Vendors 24 HOURS HYNDMAN 9TH AND PIASA 1 1 5 1 4 500 500 301 1 0 0 4 1 2 400 4 0 1 200 1 1 1 000 1 0 0 000 000 Totals 36 5 8 Totals 40 4 10 inning: 12345678910 RHE St. Louis 1010020001—5 8 1 Cln. 0000112000— 410 2 Bombers Edge Hirsch, 6-5 KANE — The Alton Bombers edged P. N. Hirsch Tuesday, 6-5. Denny Wooff slammed three hils in four trips to the plate, while Don Davis hit a homer for the winners, Ray Parton was the winning pitcher. For VACATION Money PUBLIC FINANCE NEW CAR OWNERS FIRST TIME OFFERED! 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