Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 15
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July 25, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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ALTON V8. (AP) - Warren Sfiahfi and Lew Burdette, who Were rbT&mmatfes when they hUrled ,the Milwaukee Braves to jSAfHe pettfiants in 1957 ''ate '-Scheduled for a divdtfwn today. • ^at'42 baseball's most ded pitcher, will be-'tfn 4 iH&'MMd for the Braves, while thrS&jteat-'dld Burdelte will be wmrijif' the uniform of the St. Louis Carai'ha,isV "ft-will 'be 'strange facing Burdette 'at the : plate," Spalm said Wednesday night as the assign- ments were announced. "In fact, strange seeing him in another diigout." ' _ fiurdette joined Spahtiin the ex* change of mock coiicerh over tlie other's plate power. Spahn, according to Burdette's findings, "is a better over-alt hitter than I am. And he should be, he's been playing 15 years longer than I have." Of his own hitting, Burdette said, "1 hit in spots." But the plate power of the two' master hurlers Is not all jest, Spahn's 33 career horiiefs are a high for National League pitchers. NOW AT DRAKE TIRE CO. NEW U. S. Royals in the trunk U. S. Royals are tested 24 different ways in the making. To' be sure they're as trouble-free as a tire can be, U. S. Royals are test driven over 300,000,000 miles a year. Remember, only U. S. Royals have CVC™, a patented and exclusive bonding agent that acts as an invisible lock to fuse rubber and tire cords together- virtually ends tread separation troubles. U. S. ROYAL SAFETY 800 U. S. Royal's standard new car tire 24-month guarantee! as low as $ 16 95 Plus tax and smooth tire off your car Burdette owns p piece of a National League record tor hitting by pitchers, twice belting two home runs in a game." As Spahn contemplated the tnbund. duel* he said, "seriously, we'll be trying to outdo each other." The stage for the face-to-face test Was set when the Braves traded Burdetle to the Cards Jutie 15 in a bid to add sonic punch to the batting order. Milwaukee got outfieldeHnflelder ftene Oliver and rookie pitcher Bob Sadowski in the swap. The game will mark the second time the Braves haVe been opposed by Burdette. The Braves had nil tlie better of the first meeting, handing the tight-handet; his eighth defeat in 15 decisions and thW as a Cardinal ih taking a 3-3 Victory July 11 In St. Louis. Burdette has won only once for the Cardinals and has not figured In a decision since the game with the Braves, when he was driven out in the seventh inning. Spahn has a 12-4 record a* he seeks his 13th season ol 20 or more victories. All of Spahn's 339 victories have been pitched for the BfaVeS, ftnd Burdette tossed all but one of his 1.80 triumphs for Milwaukee. When Bvirdette pulled out of the Milwaukee camp, he said, "i hope somebody misses me." Tonight's game should show the fan reaction to his wish. Making tho ttottnds S C1TV (AP)-^tohnny Wojcik, 21-year-old outfielder with the Kansas City Athletics, really has been getting "around the last two years. fihieh Capture! »thfe.Alton teatn \von fcflson Chiefs A doilbleheader Wednesday, night, beatillg Gaaeyvlle^ .4-3 and i-0, at Jayce4 Held. , „'-'' Kulehkamp was the first-game winner, giving up seven hits. Finn had thVee'hlts fbr the Chiefs. Coulson was the loseh Crolchott pitched ft on&htt- tef Ifl the second gilnte fat 1 the Chiefs us Bufmester got t h b only extra base hit, * double. . Saturday the Chiefs, compete in the Gisyville tournartient. they play at 9:30 p.m against Sullivan. 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