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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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ALTON EVENING JUNIOR BASEBALL , Jfl the eight^year-old league Tuesday, Notthsldc edged the Dodgers, &3, the Crates beat the WfllrtofS, 5-2, the Mustangs topped the Seals, 13*11, add the dftlftts defeated tlie ieavew, 14-9. ftobeft SiSk o! NofUisfde AFL Is Confident In Fourth Season and Jim Yost of the Dodgers jaiified 11. Vertiadoes tripled tot Northslde, Bob Parker struck out 15 as Estle Smith homered for the flrates while Steve Matttiino home? tot tlie Warriors. Mark Case slammed three homers for the Mustangs, and Dave Wilson had three hits for the Seals. Mike Hansberry homered and singled for tlie Giants as Steve Vlckey and Bob Jackson lashed two hits apiece for the Braves. in the lM2>yw»r.0ld league tlie Indians Hipped the Orioles, 4-8, tlie Yankees downed the Bears, 7-3, the Cardinals bent the Bluojnys, 9-2, the Wildcats whltCAViishwl the Pirates, 19-0, and the Rebels toppled the Athletics, 5-2. Ray Jun smacked a triple and two singles for the Orioles. Mike Crlvello homered for the Bears. Bob Joehl hit two homers for the Cardinals while Kyle Stelner and Alan Bunse homered for the Blue- jays. Dennis Alford fired a one- hitter and slammed a homer, dou- tt.v ,tACk Associated Press SpwHs Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Joe Foss propped his feet on the desk, puffed on a long black cigar and talked about the American Football League. He was careful not to flick any ashes on the bright green wall-to-wall carpeting in his hew office on Fifth Avenue. As the crow flies It Is less than a block down the street to the office of Pete Rozelle, the rival pro football commissioner, in Radio City. however, is The very crow traffic, thin in these for a SlO-million suit is being appealed. Foss ble and single for (lie Wildcats. Jesse Woodman homered and doubled for the Rebels while Tom Pendt homered for the Athletics. In tlie l3-14-,ywir-old league Jim Schrlbner slammed two singles to lead the Kehels to a 11-0 triumph over the Seals. Mike Chnppel had u triple and single for the losers. The Dodgers blanked tlie Bears, 7-0, us Larry Fritz collected three hits. In the 15-17-year-old league the Dodgers edged the Redbirds, 4-3 Larry Koleson had two hits for the Dodgers, Ricky Vail a double for the Redbirds. WestemOpen At Chicago On Thursday CHICAGO (AP)— A class-packed field, headed by Jack Nicklaus, Julius- Boros, Bob Charles and slumping Arnold Palmer, will open competition Thursday in the 60th annual Western Open Golf Tournament at tlie Beverly Country Club. Nicklaus, 23-year-old Columbus,' Ohio, heavyweight, was due to play liis first practice round today since his come-from-behind victory In the Professional Golfers Association championship at Dallas last Sunday. With Boros and Charles, Nicklaus is part of the trio that holds all the world's major championships. Nicklaus earlier won the Masters crown while Boros won the U.S. Open and Charles the British Open. parts. Exoepl thai, still and the AFL, seem to be closer to the older National Football League than in the early days of their "war." Tlie AFL is heading Into Us fourth year with confidence and determination in tlie belief that the worst Is past. "Our league came of age last year." said Foss, the war hero and former governor of South Dakota. "We went through our crisis. Tlie real acid test to see liow serious you are is when one club runs out of money and everybody has to advance cash to.keep sionally only in the AFL. "Last year the championship team, the Dallas TesaHs, now the Kansas City Chiefs, had 23 out o 29 developed in our league," said Foss. "Tlie bottom clubs bring down the average because they have to grab the NFL cuts bu we're gaining every year. "We have made a steady climl in attendance every year. Our television sponsors all have re newwl. Each club should gei about 52-10,000 from TV this the operation going." Foss spoke enthusiastically about the way tlie AFL had'de- veloped its own players. He said about 75 per cent of the players in the league had played p'rofes- MENDING A CAST cAsrr X DON'T LIFT FLVJ -DRIFT—*' X —•-* •MENDED* LINE' ANSLER WHEN DRy-ny FISHINQ, you WISH TO PRIFT A FLY IN SLOW WATER'S EPQE, BUT IT'S ACROSS SWIFT CURRENT THAT WIUL "BELty" THE LINE ANP DBAS THE Ft/ UNN«rURAt-Ly. TO EXTEND A NATURAL DRIFT, YOU WEND" THE CAST OR LINE AS PRIFT PROCEEDS. FOR EXAMPLE: YOU CAST FLV @, BUT CURRENT PUTS A BELLY IN LINE AT ®. BEFORE FLY BEGINS TO DBAS., RAISE ROD TIR, SHARPLY, »N AN ARC TO MEND LINE BX FL1PPINQ JT UPSTREAM ©. Jacky Cupit of Longview, Tex., who with Palmer was beaten by Boros in the National Open playoff, is the defending champion in the $50,000 tournament that carries a first prize of $10,000. He's back along with such standouts as Sam Snead and Tony Lema. Commissioner Calls For Boxing Probe PATERSON, N.J. (AP)— Abe J. Greene, commissioner of the World Boxing Association, has called for a congressional investigation of what he called "promotion cartels" that handle the heavyweight boxing championship. Greene, in wires to Sens. Estes Kefauver, D-Tenn., and Harrison A. William Jr., D-N.J., said that without "strong federal control and legislation. . a major scandal, possibly overshadowing any of the iast, is inevitable." BASEBALL HEROES Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING - Norm Cash, Tigers, smashed two homers, one with the bases full, and added a couple of singles to lead Detroit to a 5-1 and 6-4 doubleheader sweep over the Chicago White Sox. PITCHING — Jim Maloney, Reds, permitted only a first inning single to Ellis Burton and fanned 13 in Cincinnati's 1-0 triumph over Larry Jackson and the Chicago Cubs. National Meet Preview at Dragway Gas and fuel dragsters will be at tlie starting blocks Sunday at the Alton Dragway in what shapes up to be a preview of the NHRA National Meet at Indianapolis. A purse of $1,500 will be offered with the winners collecting $250, the runnersup $150 and the third-place finishers $100 for both gas and fuel races. FUTURA Swimming Pool That Has All These Built-in Features! • Complete Jut Stream Filtering System Uses Same Crystal Clear Water All Season • Kechvood Construction Braced With Steel 9 Self-FonotMt Design with Look-up Stairway Makes Unguarded Entry By Infants Impossible • Veranda Sun Deck, All Four Sides Built-in Redwood Benches — Seating For 50 Adults • 618 Square Feet of Swimming Surface Enough Room To Hold A Family Swimming Meet f> Four-Duy Jinttiillation • Low Down Payment — First Payment 45 Days Completion. t Alto 4 Other Type Pools. DUGGER-BAILEY POOL, Inc. 910 AlBERS PLACE, BETHALTO ILLINOIS PHONES: DUDLKY 4-460* QJt OU2V1ON 4-880Q year." Foss said the other clubs in the league put up $262,000 to keep the New York Titans going and wouk get back some from the sale o; the club to the tiew group whicl has changed its name to the Jels The cigar was only n stub and the morning was almost gone when Foss got around lo talking about (lie NFL. He expects to see the day when one commissioner will govern both leagues, like baseball, with separate league presidents. "Our relationship has been real good as far as recognizing each other's .contracts," said Foss. "We recognize their suspensions, too. "II won't be long before we will be playing one another. The franchise owners ,are practical people in both leagues. No dreamers. T feel that if we played them right now I wouldn't have to'make any apologies. Fenwick Coach Heads SIU Clinic CARBONDALE — John Jatdine Coach of Femvick High School's 1962 Chicago football champion ship loam, will be a featured speaker at Southern Illinois University's 15th annual coaching clinic here Aug. S-9. The 28-yrjtr-oJd tlimtitio, tvlio starred for St. Grot-go's football and Intsketbnll tennis tn 1053 and IBiVI, climaxed h I s active nthtallc career by being imiiKHl 1'iirdtm University's atlilete erf the year In 1988 prior to entering the coflohlng profession. As n result of a phenomena] 38-4-1 record compiled at Femvick In four seasons, Jardine has been compared lo well-known Paul Brown anil Terry Brendan \V h o also developed standout reputations at an early age. In addition to the 1962 city championship, Fenwick was runner-up another year and has captured two Catholic League lilies. The basketball portion of Silt's .wo-day clinic is to be conducted by veteran Paul (Tony) Hlnlde o( Butler. Jim Beutty Returns WARSAW (AP) — Los Angeles distance runner Jim Beatty said e was returning home because f a sore tendon and would not | onipele with the U.S. track team I ouring Europe. BOWLING HOWL AftfcNA files. 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