Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 22, 1963 · Page 14
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PAtlfi ALTOM EVENING TELEGRAPH MONbAY, JULY 22, 19B3 «• j* mt *»**fc -;. • -» *«» j T"\ * 145-Pound Vem Downin Alton California!! Carries Home ,000 Plum By fctLL LHotKA telegraph Sports Writer Vern Downing of Rodeo, Calif, hadn't won a PBA tourney since 1961, and, except for a 277 game- Sunday night at Bowl Haven, IIP might still be searching for all other win. Downing had passed the qualifi ers Saturday night with a 538?. total and, after the Sunday afternoon session during which he won six, lost one and tied one match, he owned a 7535-5344 advantage over Harry Smith of Florissant and Baltimore. Then tilings began to happen to the thin Californian. After winning the first two matches of the night finals, Downing dropped contests to Ray Bluth of St. Louis, Tom Hennessey of St. Louis, Ray Koehler of Brooklyn and Smith. Meanwhile, as other pin men were faltering under the long grind, Bluth, who had started the day In ninth place with a 6175 pintail, was steadily advancing. He scored six victories hi the afternoon session and totaled wins of 258, 213, 205 and 202 before losing a match to Hennessey. Rolling against Glen Allison of Florissant on alleys 21 and 22 while Downing was losing to Smith, the St. Louisan struck twice, spared the third, and then ripped off nine straight strikes for a 279 score. His 279 plus the 5p-pin victory bonus sent him past Downing, 8920 to 8911. Bluth then took on Smith who had been steadDy gaining on Andy Marzich of Long Beach, Calif., while Downing battled Hennessey. Smith defeated the tiring Bluth, 237-190. Downing strong nine straight strikes, spared the 10th on lanes 15 and 16 and came in with a 277 and the first Alton Open championship. Bluth beat Downing in the final position match, but failed to even maintain his grasp on second as Smith turned in a 255 against. Marzich. For his three-day efforts, Downing collected a first prize of $3,000. A family man, the 32-year-old father ot iour has competed in only 13 tourneys this year. After making the Fort Smith, Ark. stop, he will appear on the Make That Spare TV show. "I usually bowl in three tour aments," Downing explained, "and then spend two weeks at home. When we get to California I'll take the family on tour with me." Smith added $1,500 for his yearly earnings for second place and Bluth received $1,200 for third. Don Johnson of Kokomo, Ind. was a surprise fifth place finisher, ahead of Marzich. Johnson got dividends of $1,100 while Marzich, who leads the pro circuit in total earnings for 1963 collected $1,000. Joe Morys, the semi-touring Detroit pro who led the qualifiers after Friday night, slipped to fourth Saturday night and had worse luck Sunday. He dropped all the way back to 14th but rallied in the late stages to wind up 10th wilh S750. Tim crowds for the tournament never reached the capacity of 450, even for the Sunday night finals. Excellent weather which kept many people outdoors was attributed as a primary factor. One of the most unusual shots of bowling was witnessed Saturday night when Barney Chappell left ,... .,....,. ,,.--, 1-r-L—,-n i- - ' "' n.-— < Lr - r "" . ^^ Jfc Alton Lakers Capture Girls Illinois Softball Title, 6-5 HAPPY HANDSHAKE Vern Downing of Rodeo, Calif., of the Professional Bowling Association shakes hands with Lee Steiger of Bowl Headquarters emcees presentations. — Haven after winning Alton PBA Open Don Hayes Photo in thrilling finish. Harry Golden (left) DECATUR — The Alton Lakers girls softball team became the 1963 Amateur Softball Association Slate Champion Sunday night by beating Winnebago, 6-5, at Chaps Park. The Lakers did it the hard way in bringing the title to Alton for the first time. They scored three runs in Ihe bottom of the sixth Inning and two In the last frame to emerge state champs. The Lakers went Into the sixth inning trailing by a 5-1 score. Sunday night's Htle tilt was the fourth straight win In as many games for the Alton- Inns. They opened with victories over Robinson and Spring- In their 'first two games, then brushed aside defending dminpfon Dccatur Saturday night and followrel with the win over Wlniielntgo. Bev Conaway hurled the final two games for the Lakers, giving her a total of' four wins in Ihc tourney that started Wednesday night. "Saturday nlghl she outlasted two Decatur Merchanette hurlers, although not being as sharp as her first two appearances. Miss Conaway gave up five hits, struck out seven and walked six. The Lakers scored four runs in the second and held a 6-1 lead heading into the bottom of the third when the defending champs tallied four times. The Lakers Iceel the contest in the fifth and seventh with three-run outbursts. After Wliinobngo hull! up a 6-1 lead In the championship contest, thr leakers went to \\nrk. With two out mid Hc.t- ty Onofrey on first, Connwny smashed a triple to the left field fence, scoring Onofrey. tire-tula Duke walked. Lea FollLs followed with a two-run double down the left field lino. Facing a 5-4 deficit in the bottom of the seventh, the Lakers' Scottie Freeman led off with a walk. Mary Miller ran for her. Star Travis bunted safely, putting Sonny Listen Big Favorite Tonight By THE! ASSOCIATED PRESS American League By BOB MYERS | Associated Press Sports Writer LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)—Awesome Sonny Liston remained a most formidable favorite to retain the world heavyweight in tonight's fight with Floyd Patterson, the man he utterly wrecked in one devastating round in Chicago last Sept. 25. Scheduled for 15 rounds, although you can get even money in the Las Vegas gambling par- W. L. 58 34 52 42 51' 42 52 43 53 46 46 50 47 52 42 52 Pet. G.B. .548 .547 .535 1Y2 7'/ 2 8% New York ... 58 34 .630 — Chicago 52 42 .553 7 Boston .. Minnesota Baltimore Cleveland ... 46 50 .479 14 Los Angeles . 47 52 .475 14'/ 2 Kansas City . 42 52 .447 17 Detroit 39 52 .429 18Vz Washington ..34 61 .353 25% Sunday's Results Kansas City 3, Baltimore 2 Detroit 8, Los Angeles 2 Boston 3, Chicago 2 (10 innings, second postponed, rain) Minnesota 3, Washington 2 New York 5-5, Cleveland 2-4, (second 11 innings) Saturday's Results New York 5, Cleveland 4 Chicago 3, Boston 0 Minnesota 11, Washington 3 Baltimore 6, Kansas City 3 Los Angeles 11, Detroit 2 Today's Games 0 WINNER'S SMILE Homer Henke (right) of Bethalto receives trophy Sunday night from Harold Luly of Bowl Haven for his Thursday night triumph in the Pro-Am Tourney of the Alton Open. Henke, a farmer, has been bowline for only three years. In addition to the trophy he receives a check for $500. He turned in a 613 series, and that, combined with a 111 handicap and pro partner Ed Bourdase's 683, gave him a final score of 1407. —Don Hayes Photo ;_. NL Pitchers Take Rap in Sunday Play Los Angeles at New York (N) Only game scheduled Tuesday's Gamejs Chicago" at Detroit, 2 Minnesota at Cleveland Washington at Baltimore Los Angeles at New York Kansas City at Boston S -- - — National League W. L. Pet. G.B Los Angeles .. 60 37 .619 St.'Louis 54 43 .557 6 Chicago 52 43 .547 7 Cincinnati .... 52 46 .531 S'/ a San Francisco 52 46 .531 8V 2 Philadelphia . 51 47 .520 9% Pittsburgh ... 49 47 ..510 10 ] / 2 Milwaukee ... 49 48 .505 11 Houston 36 64 .360 25% New York .... 32 66 .327 28V& lors that it won't go four, this return encounter goes on at 9:30 p.m., (EST). A capacity crowd of almost 8,000 will watch in person in the Las Vegas Convention Center, and an undetermined number will view it in more man 140 theater and other outlets around the nation via closed circuit television. 'The rematch, one that many thought never would take place, one that many felt shouldn't take place, figures to draw around $250,000 in the live gate and upward of $700,000 from televi sion and movie returns. This would be far less than the $4 million-plus paid out for the original match, a statistic easily explained by the tick of a stopwatch. The first one lasted two minutes six seconds, third cjuick- est in heavyweight title boxing history. Liston predicted he would weigh 213-214 pounds, a pound or so under his Chicago weight. Patterson said he hoped to come in at 195, six more than before. The betting odds in recent days have been 4-1 on 30-year-old Sonny, who now calls Denver his home, and 30-1 the 28-year-old ex- champion won't be around after 15 rounds. LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)— Facts and figures of the world heavyweight title fight Monday between champion Sonny Liston and Floyd Patterson: Date— Tonight, July 22 Site — Las Vegas Convention Center. Time of tight— 9:30 p.m., East- em Standard Time. Anticipated attendance — 8,000 capacity. Anticipated gate receipts — $250,000. Television— Closed circuit, 143 outlets, 500,000 seats. Anticipated Television revenue $700,000. Radio— ABC. Fighters' purses— each gets 30 per cent of all revenues. Rematch— None. Ticket price scale— $10, $20, $50 and $m/ Officials — Referee and two judges, to be named at ringside. Scoring— 5 points to the winner of a round, 4 or less to the loser, 5 each for an even round. Rules — The three knockdown rule has been waived, but the mandatory eight-count in the event of a knockdown will be in effect. Weigh-in time— 2 p.m., 'EST. Promotion — Championship Sports, Inc.. ; _ a 5-7-10 split. His second ball grazed the five pin which nudged the seven, rolling it across t h e lane into the 10 pin for a hard- earned spare. FINAL STANDINGS (Name, City, actual pins, bonus pins, total pins, prize.) 1 Vern Downing, Rodeo, Cal., 8956 _ 475 - 9431, $3,000. 2 Harry Smith, Baltimore, 8783 -600 -- 9383, $1,500. 3. Ray Bluth, St. Louis, 8765— 60Q -- 9365, $1,200. 4 Don Johnson, Kokomo, Ind., 8718-500 -- 9218, $1,100. 5. Andy Marzich, Long Beach, Cal., 8827 - 350 - - 9177, $1,000. 6. Tom Hennessey, St. Louis, 8674 - 500 -- 9174, $950. 7. Wayne Zahn, Atlanta, 8670— 450 -- 9120, $900. g, Glenn Allison, St. Louis, 8G7S _ 400 -- > 9078, $850. 9 Tom Marnisch, Detroit, 867C _ 400 . -- 9076, $800. 10. Joe Morys, Union Lake, Mich., 8507 - 375 - - 8882, $750. 11. Ed Bourdase, Fresno, Cal., 8514 ~ 350 -- 8864, $700. J2, ppb Kwolek, Detroit, 8555— 300 -- 8855, ?650. 13, Ray Roehler, Brooklyn, 8498 *~ 300 — -* 8798, $600, ' 14; B«I Schlicker, Detroit, 8545 - m-^ - 8795, $550. By JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer This has been a great year for pitchers. But you couldn't prove it by their work Sunday in the National League. There were 183 hits sprayed around and out of NL parks in eight games, including 22 home runs. The Pittsburgh Pirates rapped out 22 hits in an extra-inning victory, Philadelphia's streaking Phillies collected 29 in a doubleheader sweep over the New York Mets, the Milwaukee Braves got 26 in tripping Los Angeles' front- running Dodgers twice, and both St. Louis and San Francisco rar up big totals. Strangely enough, the big guy v Sehaufert, Cincinnati, Chiefs Take Three Games WOOD RIVER — The Alton Jackson Chiefs softball team wor three of four home games ove; the weekend. Saturday night they whippee Hannibal, Mo. twice, 18-0 and 10-6. Bryant was the first-game winner, giving up four hits. Smith, Finn and Schillinger each had three hits. Finn, Palermo and Carey hit homers. Kulenkamp was the second- game winner. Carey and Burmester hit homers. Sunday night the Chiefs split with Schumacher's of St. Louis, beating Lowery und the St. Loulsaus in the first guinu, 2-0 Crotchet was the winner. or the day was Ron Fairly, who melted a grand slam, another lomer, a double and three singes—for the losing Dodgers. Milwaukee did in the Dodgers by scores of 7-2 and 13-7, and second-place St. Louis moved up to within six games of the league eaders by trouncing Houston 9-4. The Phils extended their winning streak to seven and the Mets' losing string on the road to 16, 8-0. and 7-2. Pittsburgh nipped Chicago 6-5 in 14 innings on Jerry Lynch's record-tying pinch homer' and Bill Virdon's single. And San Francisco erupted for a 10-5 victory over Cincinnati. Hank Aaron and Denis Menke homered for Milwaukee in the opener and rookie Bob Sadowski posted his first pitching vistory after four losses. The second game was decided by the Braves seven-run fouth inning and Tony Cloninger's tight relief pitching. Joe Torre had a homer and two singles in that one, driving in four Sunday's Results Philadelphia 8-7, New York 0-2 St. Louis 9, Houston 4 San Francisco 10, Cincinnati 5 Chicago 5-5, Pittsburgh 1-6 (second 14 innings) Milwaukee 7-13, Los Angeles 2-7 Crippled Yankees Win Without M-M Saturday's Results Chicago at Pittsburgh, postponed, rain Philadelphia 5, New York 1 Los Angeles 5, Milwaukee 4 St. Louis 8, Houston 1 (N) Cincinnati 3, San Francisco 2 Today's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Cincinnati at Chicago St. Louis at Milwaukee Philadelphia at Houston Pittsburgh at Los Angeles New York at San Francisco Flyers Win, 9-7, runs. Dick Groat increased his and Uurimisti'r hit and Kutcnkump had a pair of hltb, Schumacher's won the second contest, 3-2, as Choe beat Bryant. Smith had two hits for the Chiefs. Wednesday night the Chiefs host Caeeyville in a doublehead,- er»t Jaycee Park starting at 7:30. league-leading average to .3 with a double and triple in the Cardinals' romp over the Colls, who now have lost six in a row, 10 of their last 12 and 13 of their last 16. Bob Gibson svon his fourth straight for an 11-4 record. The Phils, who have taken 13 of their last 16, got a four-hit shutout performance from Chris Short in the opening game against the Mets, then Dennis Bennett and Johnny Klippstein combined for a strong job in the second game. Meanwhile, Philadelphia batters unloaded, with five hits each by Johnny Callison and Ruben Amaro leading the barrage Lynch homered with two on in the last of (he ninth inning for the Pirates, tying the Cubs at 5-5, for the 14th pinch homer of his career—matching the big league record set by 'George Crowe. Then in the 14th, Donn Clendenon a Bob Bailey singled, setting tfee Trip Carpenter CARPENTER' — The Alt-Wood Flyers edged Carpenter Sunday, 9-7, in a Southwest Inter-C i t y League game. Hopkins was the winning pituh- tor. Fiorina the loser. Davis and Smith paced the Flyer attack with three hits apiece. Each had a triple and two singles. Saturday at Roxanit, the Flyers romped past Tildon, 16-5. Joe Huff was the winning pitcher, Larry Elmore slammed a homer. - By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer It might be better for the fading opposition in the American League if the pace-setting New York Yankees had Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris and Tom Tresh back in the line-up. With the three regular members of their formidable outfield out with ailments, all the crippled Yankees did over the weekend was take three straight from Cleveland's vanishing Indians and stretch their lead to seven games, largest bulge of the season. The reserves, eager as a bunch of high school scrubs trying to earn a letter, have been getting the big hits as the Yankees just roll on. "I'm afraid to get back in the line-up," jested the mighty Man tie, sidelined with a broken bone in his left foot since June 5. "We are liable to blow 10 straight if I get back." Mickey is almost ready. Harry Bright, one of the recen brighter lights from Ihe deep Yankee bench, belted importan two-run homers Saturday and Sun day and Hec Lopez whacked an other. The Yanks took the Saturda; game 5-4 and swept the Sunda; doubleheader, 5-2 and 5-4, winnin; the nightcap in the llth inning or Bobby Richardson's run-scorinf single off reliever Early Wynn. Far behind the Yanks, the bat tie for second tightened as th Boston Red Sox nipped the Chi cago White Sox 3-2 in 10 innings, The Minnesota Twins edged Wash ington 3-2, Kansas City toppec Baltimore in a third 3-2 affair and Detroit trounced Los Angele ory. A scheduled second Boston- tiicago game was rained out. Bob Tillman's lOth-inning homer off reliever Hoyt Wilhelm gave the Red Sox their squeaker over the White Sox at Chicago. Dick. Stuart's two-run single in the ninth had tied it up for Boston. Dick Radatz, the big Boston flame- grower who came into the game n the ninth, boosted his record to stage for Virdon's deciding hit off loser Jack Warner. Don Cardwell, loser of the first game, won the second with three innings of one- hit relief. SEE US FOR EXPERT REPAIR ON AU SMALL ENGINES STANKA GARAGE State St., North Alton 8-2 on Frank L eback vii By TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (200 at bats—Yastr- zemski, Boston, .331; Malzone, Boston, .321. Runs—Allison, Minnesota, 66; Kaline, Detroit, 59. Runs batted in—Kaline, Detroit and Wagner, Los Angeles, 61. Hits — Malzone, Boston, 113; Yastrzemski, Boston, 112. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 26; Versales, Minnesota, 22. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota and Hinton, Washington, 10. Home runs—Allison and Killebrew, Minnesota, 22. Stolen bases—Aparicio, Baltimore, 25; Wood, Detroit and Hinton, Washington, 17. Pitching (Eight decisions) — Radatz, Boston, 12-1, .923; Ford, New York, 15-3, .833. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, 124; Pizarro, Chicago, 123. National League Batting (200 at bats)—Groat, St. Louis, .338; Clemente, Pittsburgh, .329. Runs — H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 76; White, St. Louis, 73. Runs batted in—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 76; Santo, Chicago, 69. Hits — Groat, St. Louis, 132; White, St. Louis, 126. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 30; Pinson, Cincinnati, 26. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 12; Callison and Gonzalez, Philadelphia and Javier and White, St. Louis, 7. Home runs — McCovey, San Francisco, 29; H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 28. Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinnati, 24; Robinson, Cincinnati, 23. Pitching (Eight decisons) — Koufax, Los Angeles, 16-3, .842; Perranoski, Los Angeles, 10-2, .833. Strikeouts — Koufax, Los Angeles, 176; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 162. runners on first and second. Jack ie Hand bunted runners to second and third. Sandy Grlmsley walk- eel lo load Ihe bases. Onofrey forced Miss Miller at home for the second out. Conn way singled to score Tritvis wilh the tying run and on the throw to second base, Miss Grlmsley scoot ed home with the winning run as she beat Ihe throw to the plate Conawiiy struck out 13 in the championship game, gave up eigh hits and walked five. She allow ed .19 hits In four games. The Laker team was fornuu only Inst yenr under the conchinj, guidance of Lot-mine Burke. The, Lnke-rs plnottl four on tin- All-Sliilr li'uin — Coim- wiiy, Cutclicr Bully Omifroy, second Imsi'innu Leu and Iff! Holder Uremia Duke. Miss Grimsley re-culved limi- ornlilc mention, The Lakers now advance lo the West Central Regional Tournament at Oshkosh, Wis, beginning Aug. 8. Other learns entered will be the Chicago champion, defending champion Pekin, III., Wisconsin state champ, Milwaukee titl- ist, Indianapolis champion, Indiana champion, Kentucky champion, Louisville champ, a team from Ihe upper peninsula of-Michigan and the host team. Tito Lnknrs 1 opponent In Hint tournament will be nnnoiinccd at a laler elnle. The Lakers play a Twilight League game at Venice Thursday night and return to Water- tower Friday night at 8:30 for a game against Mnryville. SATURDAY Lakers (12 Decntui' (7) Cards Climb To Within Six of LA ST. LOUIS (AP)-The St. LoUis Cardinals blnslcd Houston with a 17-hit, 9-4 victory Sunday, edging Ihc Cni-ds lo six games out of first plncc. Cardinal bailors got five extfn base hits, Including homers by Ken Boyer nnd George Altinalt, to continue an extra-base assault against the Colls and .sweep the three-same series. During the series, the Cards got •14 hits and 24 runs off the Houston pitching staff. Sunday's loss the sixth straight for the was Colts. Right-hander Bob Gibson for the- Curds gained his 10th victory Sunday l» his 12 decisions, lloiillownd S nils, H of them coming as hr lired In I he final three innings. Alimiui, who hns boon in a bnllliiR slump sinri; June 16, hit his home run In Ihc seventh off rplii'vcr Dick Droll- Boycr's horn- n r 1'innc in HIP opening Inning. The Cards are 1 Idle? today. SUNDAY Houston M> .Ciirillmils JO) Plnyer AB R M P\ n W r Spnntilcr Temple U minds iViirwIck Wynn Slmitv Aspro- munle tlnlcman c-Bruce Diotl d-fioss Wnocle- schlck Brown McMtihon [JlcksBii Umhrlchl h-Cnmp- hell Player Folils Lusby Freeman Onofrey Travis Grlmsley Hand lonaway Duke AB R H Player AB R H 522 O'Dnffer 2 1 0 4 1 0 Grlder 300 5 0 1 Crulchcr -I 0 1 503 Ednccomb 3 2 1 4 0 1 Waller 4 2 1 443 Propst 3 1 1 3 1 2 Eanor 300 222 Reed 1 1 0 322 Scliall 200 n-Arrow- smlth Totals Lakers Decatur 35 12 16 Totals 1 0 1 26 7 5 141030 3—-12 IB 2 1040002—7 5 .1 Inning 1234567 RUE SUNDAY Wlnnebago (5) Lakers (6) Player AB R H Player Johnson 210 Folils Walker 3 1 0 Lusby Adleman 322 Freeman Brauer 402 Travis Whltmore 401 Hand Hlgglns Thorson Swan Hoffman Totals Inning Wlnnebago Lakers 401 Grlmsley 400 Onofrey 202 Conaway 3 1 0 Duke Miller 29 5 8 Totals 1 2 3 4 5 A 7 AB R H 4 0 3 1 1 200 4 1 1 4 0 1 3 I 1 4 1 0 4 1 4 1 0 000 29 6 RH E 0023000—5 8 2 0010032— U 7 1 r, 0 1 I'lnoil 200 Mnxvlll 1 I 0 GronI 4 0 1 Sluinnon 4 0 I While 500 Boynr .| 1 2 McCurver A It Minn 2 1 0 .Invler 302 Kolb 0 i o Cjlbson 0 o o 1 0 0 0 0 0 ooo 1 0 0 1 0 0 000 000 •2 0 1 AB R H 322 1 0 1 312 2 0 1 500 5 2 3 .1 1 1 4 1 2 4 1 2 3 1 2 2 0 1 Tot 11 Is 37 9 17 35 -I 8 Totals innliw 123456780 H H E Stem 000000301-48 0 Cardinals 3_1_ 0 2 2 _OJMI X- 0 17 0 Mutual Funds " Ask for Prospectus i ! 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