Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 25, 1963
Page 14
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with Unfold lii*Htiit ,x$m w Ufd rivef ' nil 'In tat arriving' tiwy boat to go ftafljitf the fhtaB> CitDylhg seven person* Ut'onfe trte/tthditlvb in another, None 6f%a, peftohs knew how ipiiftc^f, ciiy " All to the 1 boat any life, it of life y VrM M, Uie Aijtfhor t Club,' ' That fteJ 1 di|sk jive 'per us dgalft, crossed the Hver m >e 'per%fltM"'in ! 'Uife fade. Ttace chairman ti, *,' tilihe* 'says' that ntrtes already haVe btien re- lei^ed In me~ class, He 4 States {hat of those who have filled but entry blanks, there is some doubt of who;, will outrun .who. More entries tor mis new class are (invited. • Tliare «WiU, be 'an ' - r , was!' „ lights. , the !n&kt trip saven r T •"«• ^- boat but it sank ana third chr midstream. By tiure, colnci- e', two families \,c)f tlie An- Bankers happened^Tby: 'in separate boats, fjjfi first boat manned ; by Mr. l|d . Rfrs. Stoli^ JBeU^viuev: pa^ed the dai^iess,' ^lie 1 Stolies, , of / what )i£ppened, ,, Jlaeementi '^elas?,l6p to 60; G ' KVV.WLQ a / **"* ~ , "*•**<, r'ff FT v.**| |($f•• t*j ^sealnor betex any brles ; .,_,;--.„ Knowledge' l Nee4«sd The second boat operated by Mr. and Mm. Clarence Sltton and daughter, Dianna of St. Charles, Mo., arrived on the jcene anfl thought they heard unufiual Bounds. They shut off the motor 'and heard cries for help. The SuHons circled around and found a man and boy clinging 'to' the mostly submerged boat; The Stolze's returned to ,the,area to see where the Slttons were. The Sittons rescuecl the man and boy' : who' told 'thenKme details. The Suttons and the Stolzes continued their search for three hours and found only a gas can Hess paid. ' , ' .' "From ;the moment I hearc of this terrible tragedy, I felt that }t should be brought before the public,'.' Hess added, "to inform*'people^ that boating can be safe if safety rules are followed,' Coast 'Guard regulations are' observed, and safe boat han dling practices are used." did Man's Racing Class A hew class has been added to" the s series of races being sponsored^on Alton Lake Sunday Sept. 1, by ,the Alton Pirates Outboard Boating; Club. The new class has been' nam^d XX Clas or, the^Old ;Manjp}?Class. Th rtiles-Vlll pi-flVall, an- lor U JttUfit < i a 11 'i i JUNIOR BASEBALL tn the 9-10-year-old league Wftd fienday, the Athletics pounded the Sears, 16-12, the Aslrotiauts de/ leated the Hurricanes, 8-1, the Falcons whipped the Cardinals, l be' place! , .'aiid to first, , rr&phles second' j.-* VV "\ ' "•|" W "TV*"" -, •. *-• .' jiere5j ^11 - bW fievent other ' -41 . cubic the Lions walloped the Flyers, 30-lt the Cubs edged the Foxes, 4-3, the Reds downed Die Tigers, 11-5, (lie Hornets blanked the Hawks, 13-0, the Beavers beat the Bandits, lp-3, and the Yankees toppled the Eagles, 11-1. Steve Albert hohiefed tor the A'a While Itogcf face, Gary Hontord and Mike fostet blasted foiindirlppcfn for .the Bearg. Ken Muellrtcr hit a pair of homers for the astronauts while Tel Coad had a fourbag- ger for the Hurricanes. David Lampkln had a pair of honiers for ,tlie Falcons as Davti Qregor homered and singled for the Cardinals, Terry Carpteau honiered and singled tot tlie Lions. Goi'tton Moore tripled for the Cubs as.. Jim Koehne tripled and . nch pisWn dtsplacementj doubled for the Foxes. Randy and singled Jay Burnett Schwartz, homered for the Reds and Class 60 to'; 70j*If?CIftss' 76 to 80i and I;Class 80 tb'^cubic Inch; and. an unlimtteil class. ; For more Infomattbn'Neontact Lane at .206SIllinolfl : Av6)( East Alton, or Edward iterbenlng, 2221 BellfSf. : :Elntry blanks may obtained at any one of tlie marine dealers In Greater Alton area. On Monday, Sept. 2, the Missouri Valley Boating Association, formerly•'"the St.; Louis .Stock Outboard Racing Club will run eignt more classes of professional and semi-professional races with drivers from six ; , to seven states.' ' The races will be run In the chute between Scotch Jimmy Island and McAdams Highway a short distance west of Clifton Terrace. Sunday Sportsmen's Meeting The Southern Zone of the Illinois Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs will, meet Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Alton-Wood River Sportsmen's Club in .Godfrey, reported Bill McKee, a member of the Board of Directors. The meeting will be conducted by Glen Gray, vice president of the Zone as, president Don Bradshaw is in the east. The Women's Auxiliary will serve lunch but reservations are requested manager notifying .Paul Watson. club Conservation movies also will - be shown! All members are welcome to attend, McKee said. . slashed three hits. Lon Kimbrp had three .hits for tlie Hornets, Riiger Pdgh two for tlie Hawks, Steve Williams fanned 15 as Daryl .Buder doubled and singled 'for;' tlie 'Beavers. Kirby Smith arid baye Wailnadaker had four hits 'apiece for the Yankees. In the li-12-year-old league tlie Wildcats topped the Tigers, «•!, the' Eagles downed the Braves, 8-2, the, Hawks whitew'aslied" Hellrimg, 8-0. Wayne Schroeder fired a no- hitter for the Hawks as Bob Hulf doubled and singled. Jlni Minor doubled and singled (or the Eagles. Mike Strauder tripled and singled for the Wildcats as David Galthef homered and singled for the Tigers. '••••''•• " ,' '•' In the 1344-year-old' league the Hawks, behind Joe PellagrinS's homer and 'single, defeated the Dodgers', 5-2. Bob Graver doubled for tlie Dodgers. • In,.the lS-17-year-old.league the Dodgers nipped-me Athletics, 4-2. Jim McCormick doubled" lor tlie Dodgers and Dave Joehl had two triples and a single for the A's. Bushy's Splits Doubleheader Bushy's Black Label split a twihblll with'. Jacksonville State Hospital Wednesday, winning the opener, 7-2, then dropping;th e nightcap, 3-1. . . . Jerry Voloskl was the winning hurler In the, first game, giving up lour hits and slamming a 'flple- for Bushy's. Mike Hayhes 'weni r two-out-pf-tlireB, . Vlnjard took the loss for/ Jacksonville,' .'-•.,, • ••...-., s 'ln the', second game v Jackson^, ville's . McNeelyi.'-. matchedVVpio- flrst-game... efforts with a By CHARGES MAKER Associated Press Sports Writer LtfS ANGELES (APT - 'Don Dr'ysdale's fondness for the month 1 of 'July'goes all ;the way back to : his childhood. " As a kid, he'used to look for' ward to"a paTfticular day in July ,—the 23rd. Th&twas the day he got his birthday presents." Now a pftcher for the .Los Angeles Dodgers, he finds it increasingly 'di|f)cult to concentrate , h$ affeation;pn*a'single day. He's becoming fascinatecl. by me entire' month. « ThljJ broadened •enchantipent is years old Uiis week, has had more victories jn July Uiari birthdays. Wednesday night he pitched, a fiye-hiiter'and 'struck out eigHt as the 'Dodgers increased their National League lead' to .^^even games by defeating the \ Pitts- , ,,v, . Wednesday Mixed . Ladies — Holt 177 (501), ery'176, Renken 196. Men ley 200, Phillips W, Hasten 213. '" AOMK-SS! LAN.BS. ' Aut Tol Women -i Muehleman 151, ; Am old 151, Folles.151, Moulton 171. Men — Draper 237, Ba^ell 203, Handler MB.. ;. ; , 'I :"'.'„ . Atfihoff 215,%llloug}iby 204; McMlUin 204, Autery 200, Sheets ' "' "" 200. burgh Pirates ' , This was Drysdale's fouxth victory in five decisions this month. Since he came' to tlie major leagues in 1956, he has won 31 games in July and lost only five. "I'm aware of it," he says, "but can't explain it.. I'm. not doing anything different in July. It's just goofy." Dry sdale, pitching his llth complete 'game of the 'seasonj picked up his 13th victory in 23 decisions and lowered his earned-i-Un average to 2.74. He ran his career strikeout total to 1,400 when he fanned Ponn Clendenon 'in the second inning, and he struck out six more after that. ' Too Hot, No Golf! THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP\ —Defensive haifbaclcJerry Norton of tlie Dallafi Cowboys of ffif National Football League has; a casual outwit % tfifgoinf' of golf. "I always shoot in the :70s,", says Norton. "If it gets ,any hotter, I mitf 'i . •'• ••,'•• •• ' " : ' • four 1 - hitter. Oldenettle had two hits, in t\vo trips for State Hospital. Dick'Downer took tlie loss for .Bushy.'s. Bushy's will p u t its 42-10, record on tlie line Saturday night at West End diamond against the East St. Louis All : Stars. ;' MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATE!) PRESS Internationul League .Arkansas 6, Toronto 5 'Rochester 10-4, Atlanta 3-12 Buffalo 4, Indianapolis 3 Syracuse 3-1, Jacksonville 1-9. Richmond 6-2, Columbus 1-6 Pacific Coast League Qkla.' Gty 440, Portland 21 4 Dallas-Fort \Vorth '5, San Diego Tacomp 4, Salt Lake .City 2 Denver 4, Spokane 1 Seattle 6, Hawaii 4 Fourteen American League baseball umpires are natives pf the eastern part of'tlie country. EXCITEMENT! SUNDAY JULY 28 I SUMMER! TIME FOR SUNDAV ' FENDER BENDERS • AMATEURS t MODIFIED RACES Tlni TrWt TjJO zov!; $ odf Ojily «5P Other Sixes in , J»tony Style* \ 'f o Obpaw Frw Ferpwon, Wood HOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK MON. THURS. FBI. 9 to m ^TirMH A FW1W! PHHl 41 6*^ V LSTATE Tire Sale Guardsman Supertread Guaranteed 33 Months BLACKWALLS, TUBELESS 670x15 — 150x14 AND YOUR OLD TIRES 710x15-800x14 760x15-850x14 2 Tires 2 Tires Similar Low Prices oa WhitewaU?! MONEY DOWN at : 27aonths Guarantee Guardsman 1NYLON BLACKWALLS, TUBELESS Plus Tax 670^15 — 750x14 AND YOUR OLD TIRES -..-'- _ \\ ,...'-.;-. 710x15-800x14 . • • • 2 Tires -850x14 . .'. . 2Tires Similar Low Prices oil Whitewalls! 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