Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 34
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July 18, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 34

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ALTUN 1ELKUUAPH THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1U03 o One Takes Us Seriously, Cub VIP States By CttAltLtiS CltAMfitefctAtN AfcSbdated Press SpoHs WHtor CH1CA66 If) — There are man bft&bftfl fans who still thing tl seeond-frlaee Chicago Cubs are do Iftg it wjtb mirrors. "One? 6f the oddest things aboi our season," says Vice Presiden J6htt Holland, "is that people jus ckJn'Hake us seriously. They can' believe we are up there in tli face t6 stay. They are alway expecting the bubble to burst. "It's' time they realize that w are a pretty solid club. With th possible exception of the Los An geles dodgers, our pitching i second to none and our bull pen Is tops." SIHee the Cubs obviously ar not doing It with mirrors, are thej doing it with electronic compu ters? "I'm going to be non-committa on just how much it has helped to chart every game and feed the data into a computer for an swers," says Atliletic Director Bob Whitlow. "We had no pre conceived idea on the system's value and we'll know better a the end of the season. "We are getting a new compu ter that will speed up our pro gramming with the use of mag netic tape rather than punch cards. "From our statistical approach however, we have found we have a better book on opposing club; as well as individuals. Aiding the over-all earned run average o our pitchers (near 2.70, lowest in . the majors) probably is the sta tistical value to them of knowing how to deploy their defense against batters for the type o pitches they throw. "If an infielder or outfielder i deployed to where the balls are hit, you have licked quite a prob lem." "But you can't draw absolute conclusions with computers—situations always remain fluid. Yoi can have a maximum amount ol information and base the rest on judgment." The Cubs' electronic intelli gence system "has produced surprising items," said Whitlow. "For instance, it has shown that only about one batter out of 11 will swing at a first pitch if it is a breaking one. Why, I don't know. "Another surprising thing to me is how consistently Milwaukee's Hank Aaron has been hitting against certain type of pitches— with the exception of opposite field home runs." . ; Aaron collected a tiple and a single, and Eddie Mathews pounded his 12th homer as the Braves ended the Cubs' three-game winning streak 6-4 Wednesday. Milwaukee's 16-hit barrage was its biggest production of the season. Four Cub pitchers could not stem the Braves' batwork, with Paul Toth getting the loss after Glen Hobbie was shelled after two-thirds ol an inning. Ellis Burton drove in two Cub runs with Ron Santo and Leo Burke each bringing home one. The Cubs close their series with Milwaukee today by sending Larry Jackson (10-7) against Tony Cloninger (6-5). Ron Hansen's two-run home run in the seventh pushed the White Sox from behind to an 8-2 victory over Washington. The Sox scored five more times in the eighth with Mike Hershberger's two-run double the big hit. Dave DeBusschere, who had lost both of his previous major league decisions, was withdrawn for a pinch batter after seven in nings. Hoyt Wilhelm took over to preserve the victory. The Sox are idle today before opening a weekend series with the Boston Red Sox. BOWLING BOWL ARENA Wed. Mixed Trio Gansky 221-201, Autery 236, Bennet 219, Whitehead 212, Eastman -210, Dobbs 206, Blevins 206, Althoff 203, Kasting 202. ACME 32 LANES Wed. Mixed Women — Muehleman 195-165, Foiles 157-158-150, Dixon 50, Hemp- vhill 164. Men — Draper 228, Sheff 231, Geneno 202, Bazzell 239. BOWL INN Tuesday Men ;' Johnson 203, Corfiatis 211, Gray 210, Meller 213. Ground Course To Be Offered At Airport BETHALTO — A ground school course will be offered prospective pilots at Civic Memorial Airport, and the sessions will begin Saturday, it was announced today. • Ernest l>. Opp, director of the flight department at Walston Aviation, said the sessions include fundamentals of flight, navigation, meteorology, and Civil Air regulations. Opp said the sessions will be conducted from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturdays and from 8to 10 'p.m. on Mondays. We will offer the earae information at both sessions, so that tf iojneene misses on a Saturday he <pj attend the Monday meeting to receive the training, Opp said. Read Tel<*raph Want Ads Dally nifti with Harold Brand Unusual Fishing Worm An unusual svorm that woulc H'obably be a topnotch lure is an African blackhead found by Elner Schaub of West Alton, Mo., in lis worm hatchery. Schaub has raised millions of fishing worms commercially for about 12 years and has found many worms with wo tails but this is the first with tiree. "The freak worm is about one nonth old," Schaub said. "It akes about five months time to aise a worm to its full growth. also raise red wigglers in box- s and tubs in my basement." Many anglers place two or three r orms on a hook at a time which JUNIOR BASEBALL In the eight year old league of jnior baseball the Giants beat the lustangs, 6-3, the Beaver downed he Pirates, 24-11, the Tigers 'alloped the Warriors, 16-8, the Dodgers nipped the Seals, 16-15. Pat Fairbanks homered and im Restmeyer tripled for the Jiants while Mark Case homered or the Mustangs. Steve Vickery lomered* and singled twice for he Beavers while Ken Barnd lomered and singled for the Pirates. Les Gibson slammed two ioubles for the Tigers as Steve Vlarmino homered and Carlos Williams tripled for the Warriors. Vlike Bates had a pair of singles or the Dodgers, Jeff Wilson a iomer and single for the Seals. In the 9-10 year old league torthside topped the Reds, 5-1, lie Hurricanes beat the Tigers, -1, the Flyers whipped the Cubs, 2-3, the Hornets blanked the Fal- :ons, 2-0, the Beavers shut out the |"oxes, 3-0, the Astronauts defeated the Bandits, 16-0, the Lions dged the Eagles, 2-1, and the Xlhletics whitewashed the Hawks, •0. Greg Horton fired a one-hitter or Northside as Ken Crouch and 'ed Voad homered. Fred Berna- loos collected a homer, triple, iouble and single for the Flyers vhile Dean Powell rapped two hits or the Cubs. Steve G leghorn fired no-hitler for the Hornets and lit the winning homer with a man >n. -Sieve Williams Imrled (lie second no-hitter of the evening fanning 14. Cliff Emnoiis lashed two singles for the Beavers. Pat Morrissey pitched a perfect game for the Astronauts, striking out 11 and slumming a double and a single. George Drioth then fired a no-iiittor for the Lions. John Fisher doubled. Doug Podenohouser fanned 12 for the Athletics as Rich Ileavner tripled. In the 11-12 year old league the Athletics defeated the Falcons, 5-6, the Eagles nipped the Pir- tes, 1140, the Tigers blanked the Beavers, 3-0, the Rebels shut out ne Dodgers, 8-0, and Hellrung edged the Yankees, 1-0. John Pendt and Clarence Willis lit homers for the Athletics as 'ohn Walker homered for the Fa!- ons. Dennis Manns and Scott Davidson tripled for the Eagles vhile Joe Haufe doubled and ingled twice for the Pirates. Gary Jagen hurled a no-hitter for the Tigers. Dennis Hendricks fired a io-hittei' ior the Rebels striking >ut all 18 men he faced. In the 13-14 .year old league the Bears beat the Rebels, 6-2, and the Seals ripped the Hawks, 7-4, Pat Magtlson lined a triple and single for the Bears while Jim Scrlbner doubled for the Rebels. Alike Cliappell homered and singled (or the Seals and Gary Cam- Lron laced three hits. In the 15-17 year old league the ledbrids topped Hellrung, 6-2, and he Cubs toppled the Redbrids, 8-4. Bordeaux tripled for Hellrung. Jim Baiter doubled for the Cubs. often catch more fish. Think what possibilities the three-tailed worm would have if Schaub could develop such a specie. Squirrel Season Set Squirrel season has been set for Aug. 1 through Oct. 15 in the southern zone and from Sept. 1 through Oct. 31 in the northern zone, the Illinois Conservation Department announced today. More complete regulations will appear In the Telegraph Friday in a legal notice on the second sports page. Efficiency In Fishing Two catfish were caught on a single hook at the same time last week at a private lake near Grafton by Joseph LeVora, 3517 Oscar St. He was using worms for bait and somehow part of the hook and worm came through the gills of one fish arid in turn was taken by another catfish. LeVora lias a witness to prove it. "I have heard of two fish being caughO on a plug at the same time but I have never heard of two being caught on a single hook at one time," LeVora pointed out. I have heard of a small fish being caught and then being swallowed by a larger one." Stocked Fishing Area Mr. mid Airs. Dick Connell and children, 3804 Oscar St., visited Pine Lakes Fishing Park near Pittsfield Sunday and found the park has three lakes. A 35-acre lake is stocked with up to seven- pound bass, two one-acre lakes are stocked with 16,000 pounds ol adult carp, four 25-pound catfish and bluegill. Some fish are tag- led in the smaller lake to win a cash prize. Connell said the park has picnic tables, barbecue pits, rest rooms and other accomodations. Picnicking is free but there is a c h.a r g e for fishing. Connell's daughter, Patricia Ann, 2%, managed to catch a larger fish than ler dad. Duck Hunters Meeting A special meeting has been set 'or Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. lor members of the Alton-Wood River Sportsmen's Club and the Duck and Goose Hunters Assn. of Illinois, announced Mel Rushing, president of the Sportsmen's Club. Discussions will be had on a fall program of much interest to waterfowl hunters. Visited Resort Lakes Harry S. Clark, Hardin, wanted to visit Kentucky Lake recently but found that all resorts were booked until fall. Not to be outdone, his wife bought a tent and other camping gear. They found camping accommodations were ample including a lack of insects due to aerial spraying. En route a tire blew out on Clark's boat trailer and it was most difficult to find a replacement because of its small size. He advises boatowners and even camping trailer owners to carry a spare tire for emergency use. This writer has borrowed a trailer tire from a friend who is a dealer to carry along on distant trips. The idea was that if the tire was used, it would be purchased. Clark went from Kentucky Lake to the Lake of the Ozarks where they found resort reservations. He, his wife and four-year-old son all caught fish but Clark is keeping the size secret. 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