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'AUGUST .1, I*ASS Tttmw«ftil§ Crais Nears 20-Loss Campaign Dodgers Pin 17th Straight Loss on Him By MtKB ttATHBT AMoclftted Precm sports Writer Roger Craig, the major leagues' No, 1 pitching pauper, stnnds today one step away from etching yet'another entry Into the New York Mets', lengthy log of negative statistics. The hapless hurlcr with the "I gotta pitch a shutout to get a tie" motto' spun a slx-ltittcr Wednesday night against Nutlonnl League-leading Los Angeles but came away with a 5-3 defeat— and hls'ltth consecutive loss. The triumph, Increasing tile Dodgers' lead, over second-place San Francisco to 41/4 games, shackled Craig with his 19th do- feat and extended a winlcss streak that dates from his second victory on April 29. Just one loss removed from becoming a two-time 20-gnma loser, Craig also has closed in on a league record for successive setbacks that hns escaped being matched for over half a century. In 1910, Clifton Curtis of (.he then Boston Braves lost 18 in a row. Craig, a 32-yenr-oId right-hand- er, became the loser when the Dodgers pushed across two runs In the fourth Inning with the aid of ah error and a wild pitch. An error also contributed to the downfall of the second-place Giants. With their nine-game winning streak on the line, relief pitcher Bob Bolln uncorked a wild throw that catapulted Philadelphia to a 7-3 victory In 14 Innings. In other, games, Cincinnati knocked third-place St. Louis five games back as Jim O'Toole broke a''six-game losing streak by beating the Cardinals 9-2, Ron Santo supplied the punch for the Chicago Cubs' 3 : 2 triumph over Milwaukee and Pittsburgh whipped Houston 6-3. : Craig fell behind when catcher John Roseboro 'tripled home two. runs and scored a third for bat- terymate Pete Rlchert, 1-1, In the second inning. In the fourth, the Dodgers clinched it on singles by Tommy Davis and Ron Fairly, an error by Ron Hunt arid Craig's wild pitch. Frank Thomas drove In two Met runs with a pair of singles. The Phils scored twice against Giants' 17-game winner Juan Marichal in the ninth to tie, then got their first break in the 14th on ap.4nterference call against catcher"' Ed Bailey that ; put two men oii. Earl' Averlll followed with a bouncer back to Bolin, who heaved the ball over third base. Johnny Galllson capped the burst with a two-run homer. Jack Baldschun brought his record to 94 with six innings of two-hit relief. Bolin is 6-4, NOT SO! SAN FRANCISCO — Philadelphia's Tony Taylor (8) and second base uhipiro John Pryor look as if they are about to square oft 1 in bottom photo after Pryor called .Taylor out, tori, on this play in fourth inning Wednesday at Candlestick Park. They didn't tangle. San Francisco short stop Jose Pagan (15) put tag on Taylor as latter tried to steal second. (AP Wirephoto) ^^ Cassius Clay Will Make 'Hit' Record NEW YORK (AP) Cassius By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting .(250 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston, .328; Kaline, Detroit, .313. Runs — Allison, Minnesota, 71; Kaline, Detroit, 65. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 70; Kaline, Detroit, and Wagner, Los Angeles, 68. Hits — Malzone and Yastrzem- ski, Boston, 123. Doubles—Yastrzemskl, Boston, 30; Causey, Kansas City, 28. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, 11; Hinton, Washington, 10, Home runs—Allison, Minnesota, 24; Stuart, Boston, and Killebrew, Minnesota, 23. Stolen bases — Aparlcto, Baltimore, 27; Wood, Detroit, and Hinton, 1 Washington, 18. Pitching (10 decisions) datz, Boston, 12-1, .923; Ford, New-York, 16-4, .800. Strikeouts — Bunnlng, Detroit, 137; Plzarro, Qiicago, 127. National League Batting (250 at bats) - Groat, Clay, the human long-playing record, is going to put his words on wax for posterity — and pay. The top-ranked heavyweight contender from Louisville has signed a recording contract and wi|l make his first album next week.' It will"-be entitled, naturally, "I Am The Greatest." To promote his new" venture, the Mighty Mouth held forth at a cocktail party Wednesday. .Very little was said about records, but quite a lot svas said about, lor and by Clay. The 21-year-old fighter-showman put on a SO-min* ute performance of non-stop talking, complete with flamboyant gestures, and, exaggerated mimicking "for.--a "room crowded with newsmen,. assorted Madison Avenue types and members of the Clay entourage. ... "I guess I'm the best fighter ever was for show business," Cassius Marcellus intoned rnaUer-bf- factly. "I sell tickets. Why, people never saw a fight in their life pay to see me—old men and old women. "Why when I fought in London there was a little old lady there with two kittens in her arms. She said she never saw a fight before but she wanted to see me get my big mouth knocked on the floor." The talk got around to Sonny Lislon and the proposed bout between the champion and his vol uble challenger, tentatively set for Sept. 30 at mammoth Phila delphia Stadium, which seats up ward of'100,000. "Why, ,T hear they're already puttin' in more seats. "That big ugly bear, Lislon, lie scares some people with that mean stare of his," said Clay arms folded across his chest anc eyes glowering a la Sonny. "Bu he don't scare me—I'm ready. "And remember, I've never been to a training camp, nevei really .trained for a fight. "Can you imagine ,how good I'l be after trainin' in one of thos camps. Breathin' that clean ait livin' in a cage, eatin' all tha raw meat, choppin' wood. "Won't I be spmethin'.?'' Alt-Wood Wins; Lamb Beats Rappe CASEYV1LLE — Two more hutouts were recorded in the CLASS A ASA Sectional Softball Tournament here Wednesday Ight as Alt-Wood blanked Rlng- vald's of Belleville, 5-0, and Grane City Park District beat Van- alltt, 2-0. Seven games have been played o far In the tourney and seven hulouts have been turned in by ie winning teams. Hob Garner and ntitch Ulster combined to throw a no- hitter ut Itlngwnld'H. They struck out 11. Gnrncr was credited with the win. T h e two Alt-Wood hurlers didn't IN- sue u walk. Nick Fund was the losing pitch- ir as he was raked for six hits ncludlng doubles by Stan Finch- >r and Russ Davis. Alt-Wood iced the game as ear- y as the second inning when It cored four runs. The Merchants idded an insurance run in the bird. In (ho second game, Howie Lamb beat Rip Rnnpe and thfl V a n d a 11 a Merchants. Lamb gave up two lilts, struck out seven and walked one. Kuppc was touched for six hits, struck out eight and walked one. Granite City jumped on Rappe n the top of the first inning for run when Don Dillard singled and scored on Art Borchers double. The other run came in the fifth when Dillard drove in Marv Brokaw with a single. The only two teams remain- Ing In the winners' bracket, Alt-Wood and Granite City, meet Saturday night at 8:45. Tonight Franke's of: Belleville meets SIAC of East St. Louis at 7:30 and Johnny's of Belleville plays Mickey and Millie's of Granite City at 8:45. Tribe Hits 4 HR's In Same Inning By JIM HACKLteMAtt Associated i'fcss Sports Writer Put Paul Foylack's feat high on that list of baseball's dubious distinctions. ' The Los Angeles Angels' right- hander became the first pitcher in major league history to give up four straight home runs In a single Inning Wednesday night— an unwanted achievement If ever there was one. Foylack was bombarded In the second game of a doubleheader at Cleveland when Woodie Held, pitcher Pedro Ramos, Tito Francona and Larry Brown socked successive homers in the sixth inning. The rapid-fire barrage climaxed a night of long-range hitting for the Indians as they swept the Angels, 1-0 and 9-5. The four consecutive homers In an inning set an American League record and tied the major league maik established by Milwaukee In June 1961. But the Braves hit their four in a vow'against two different Cincinnati pitchers—so Foytack's feat is a first. All told, the Indians whacked seven homers in the doublehead* er. Fred Whitfield won the opener with a shot in the eighth inning and also hit a grand slam in the second game, and Ramos hit a 17-Year-Old Girl Attains Swim Dream Major League pair in the nightcap. Also in the AL—Tom Tresh's homer with two out in the bottom of the ninth gave New York's irst-place Yankees a 3-2 decision over Kansas City; the Chicago White Sox beat Washington 5-2; Baltimore beat Detroit, 2-1; and Minnesota tripped Boston 9-5. Barry Latman pitched a four- hitler for the Indians In the opener at Cleveland, settled by Whitfield's homer off Fred Newman in the eighth. ,ln the second game Ramos' first homer and the grand slam by Whitfield came in the third Inning, giving Cleveland a 5-1 lead, and it went to 9-1 with the Tribe's lour-in-a-row in the sixth. Ralph Terry held the Athletics to five hits, but they bunched two of them and two sacrifice flies for a 2-2 tie in the seventh inning. Trcsh pulled it out for the Yanks, however, with his clutch homer off reliever Ted Bowsfield in the ninth. The White Sox beat the Senators with a four-run fifth inning highlighted by Jim Landis 1 two- run triple. Ray Herbert, who won it with relief help from Hoyt Wilhelm, blanked Washington until Don Zimmer homered with one on in the seventh. The loser was Claude Osteen. I*y tllE ASSOClAtKt) PttfcSS American Lcngnn W. L. Pet, a.B. 66 37 ,641 — 59 46 .562 60 49 .550 57 49 .538 53 51 .510 53 55 .491 53 58 .477 48 57 .457 FOLKESTONE, England —"I kept thinking of the sacrl fices my parents went through so I could do this," Claudia McPherson of Canada, youngest girl ever to swim the English Channel, said today. "I could hear their voices urging me on. It was something subconscious. And 1 kept going on. "I couldn't let them down." Claudia, a student nurse from St. James, Man., swam the swirl- Ing waters from Cape Gris Nez, France, to Sandgate, two miles west of here, in 17 hours and 7 minutes Wednesday. At 17 years and four months, she became the youngest girl ever to accomplish the feat. The previous youngest was Margaret White, an English girl, who was 17 years, eight months when she made the crossing in 1961. Despite her accomplishment, Claudia has no further swimming ambitions. 'All I want to do now is to return to Silver Heights College in St. James to study to be a nurse," she said. "This was my one swimming goal and I accomplished it." It was Claudia's second attempt New York Chicago . Baltimore Minnesota Boston .. Cleveland Los Angeles Kansas City Detroit .... Washington Los Angeles « 04 San Francisco 60 8 9 lO'/s 43 37 59 68 .422 .352 17 19 22'/ 2 30 Wednesday's Itesults New York 3, Kansas City Minnesota 9, Boston 5 Chicago 5, Washington 2 Baltimore 2, Detroit 1 Cleveland 1-9, Los Angeles 0 Today's Games Boston at Baltimore (N) Only game scheduled Friday'* Games Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Minnesota at Kansas City (N) Cleveland at Detroit (N) Boston at Washington (2, twi night) Baltimore at New York (N) 4ft i St. Louis .... 59 4? Chicago ..*.* 56 48 Cincinnati ... 57 51 Philadelphia 56 Bt .823 "8V4 Milwaukee .. 54 53 .60S 104 Pittsburgh .. 52 53 .493 l'/4 Houston 41 67 .380 24 New York ... 33 73 • Mi 31 Wednesday's Results Philadelphia 7, San Frafloisco 3 (14 innings) Cincinnati 9, St. Louis 2 Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2 Pittsburgh 6, Houston 3 Los Angeles 5, New York 3 Today's GtnmeS Chicago at Milwaukee (N) Cincinnati at St. Louis "'"\ Only games scheduled Friday's Games New York at Milwaukee (2 twl- night) Philadelphia at St. Louis (N) Los Artgeles at Houston (N) San Francisco at Chicago- • Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N) Itlngwuld's (0) Alt-Wood (5) Player- Buss W. Mueller R. Mueller Harris Grandcolas Heckenberger Herbert McKee Fund AB R H Player 300 Wlntjen Zumwalt 300 Noll Godar 300 West 300 Metz Bruckert 300 Simpson Davis 200 Rlster 200 Flncher 200 Boverle 200 Garner AB RH Hayes' Great Leg Sparks Americans One New Face Dots Grid Cards' Lineup Totals inning: Rlngwald's AH-Wo6d o i 1 o o 2 o i i o o 300 3 o i 1 0 0 '2 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 2 1 2 300 3 1 0 28 5 6 23 0 0 Totals 1234587 RHE 0000000—0 0 3 '041000 X— 302 Bob Gibson's Win Streak Ends, 9-2 HANOVER, Germany (AP) — "It must be the greatest 100 meters ever, run," said United States track coach Payton Jordan, an old sprinter himself, of the incredible relay anchor leg blasted out by Robert Hayes, on the opening day of the United States-West Germany meet. Hayes, the burly Florida A&M sprinter, took the baton five yards back of German anchor man Alfred Hebauff, and blazed past the German and won the 400-meter relay by a yard Wednesday. The American team was timed in 39.7 seconds. It was the highlight of the.open- er of the two-day meet, in which the Americans ran up a 64-42 margin and won eight of the 10 events. The remaining 11 will be run today. ST. LOUIS (AP)—The Cincinnati Reds defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 9-2 Wednesday night, breaking a five-game winning streak for Card pitcher Bob Gibson. Redleg pitcher Jim O'Toole, St. Louis, .337! burgh, ",332, CJemento, Pitts- Runs — Aaron, Milwaukee, 80; White, St. Louis, 79. Runs batted in-Aaron, M Jlwau- KM, 87! White, St. Louis, 75. HUB - Groat, St, Louis, 144; Pinson, Cincinnati, and White, St. Louis, 137. Doubles — Pinson, Cincinnati, and Groat, St, Louis. 31, Trlples-Plnson, Cincinnati, 12; Brock • end Williams, Chicago, Gonzalez; end Calllion, Philadel phla, ,ana Javier 1 and While, St, Louis, 7. Homo ws - McCovey, San Frftiwlsow 31; Aaron, Milwaukee, 30. Stolen bases - Robinson and . (10 dfclsions) - Mala- rwy, Oi$n»»«, 16-3, .842! torn- noski, le& Angeles, 10-2, .833- gtrikWHtMfowfax, lm Ange- 1*. Mickey Wright Favored Again MILWAUKEE (AP)-Golf queen Mickey Wright rated the favorite's role among 42 of the nation's top pros and 21 amateurs today as the $12,500 Milwaukee Open got under way at the North Shore Country Club. Fresh from a two-week vacation at .her home In Dallas, Miss Wright relumed to the trail as defending champion in the second annual 72-hole competition in Milwaukee. The tournament with $2,000 first prize money Ss one of the richest on the Ladles PGA tour. Challenging Miss Wright were such standouts as Marilynn Smith Katliy Whitworlh, Louise Suggs Patty Berg and Peggy Kirk Bell. Miss Wright won seven of 15 tournaments and earned $14,772 before "she passed up the U.S. Open and the Wolverine Open in favor pt a rest. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS InterntttlQnul Leuifuo Indianapolis 0-7, Buffalo 3-6 (2nd 10 innings) Richmond 1-6, Columbus 08 (2nd 11 innings) Syracuse 6, Jacksonville 3 Rochester 5, Atlanta 4 Toronto 14, arKansaa 2 Pacific Coust League Hawaii 4, Seattle 1 Spokane 5, Oklahoma City 4 San Diego 2, Salt Lake City 1 Dallw-Fort Worth 10, Denver 4 Portland 3, Tacpma 2 (11 in- Bow Hunting Season Set SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Three bow hunting seasons for the taking of white-tailed deer have been announced for 1963 by the state conservation department. The seasons will be Oct. 1-Nov. 2, Nov. 11-Nov. 23, and Dec. 2- Dec. 31. Deer may be taken in any of the 58 counties open to deer hunting this year. Each hunter will be limited to one deer, The department also announced Wednesday that two conservatior areas will be open to public hunting of squirrels today througl Sept. 1. Sojuirrels may be hunted on the Mermet Lake conservation area south of Promised Land Road The department said additiona areas of state-owned land will announced for hunting purposes at a later date. The dally limit on fox and grey squirrels is five, with a possessloi limit of 10. White, and black squirrels are protected by law who had lost six straight, gained his 14th victory at the expense of he Cardinals. The defeat dropped the Cardi ials back into third place behind San Francisco and the league- eading Los Angeles Dodgers. Gibson, 12-5, lasted through just our innings and six Cincinnati •uns. He did manage to double lome one Cardinal talley in a wo-run second before departing. Dal Maxville, starting in place of Julian Javier, singled in the other run. The Reds scored twice in the first and added two more in the second with the help of two infield hits, a broken bat single, a sacrifice fly and a dropped line drive. O'Toole, who had not won since June 20, gave up seven hits, struck out seven and walked one, He has lost nine. Curt Simmons (9-5) will.try to give the Cardinals the rubber game of the series today against Joey Jay (4-14) of the Reds. Cincinnati (»> St. touls (2) Player AB R H Player AB R H Rose 5 1 3 Flood llarnor 522 Groat Pinson 600 White Robinson 5 1 3 Boyer Keough 4 1 1 James Frease 3 1 1 Koib Edwards 4 1 2 Maxvlll Kasko 4 1 1 McCarver O'Toole 311 Gibson Long Schultz Shannon Bauta Aluvuui 0 1 Q Q 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 Bob Kennedy 'Tickled' With Players MILWAUKEE (AP) — Head Coach Bob Kennedy admits he's "tickled pink" with the way his surprising Chicago Cubs are play ing despite their fourth-place position in the National League standings. "They're giving me everything possible to give and no one could ask more of anyone," Kennedy said after the Cubs edged the Milwaukee Braves 3-2 on the pow er of Ron Santo Wednesday night The victory secured the Cub hold on fourth with a 56-48 record seven games back of pace-settin Los Angeles. Starting the montl of August a year ago they hai a 39-66 mark and were in eight place, 31Va games behind. The Cubs flashed their fiery de termination in refusing to quit be fore a crowd of 27,919, the sec ond largest paid turnout at Coun ty Stadium this season. After los ing a 2-0 lead in the eighth in ning, they bounced back to evei the three-game series with a rui in the ninth. o go Totals Inning) Cincinnati St. Louis 38 014 Totals M34867?? ooo i o o 000 1 0 0 33 2 7 Henry Carr's brilliant 45.4 sec- nds victory in the 400 meters vas overshadowed by Hayes' ;reat relay leg. The Americans rapped up one- wo sweeps in 110-meter high hur- les, with Hayes Jones of Detroit he winner in 13.6 seconds; 800 meters with Tom O'Hara of Chiago in front in 1:49.3; the broad ump with Ralph Boston of Los .ngeles leaping 25-11%; the pole /ault, where John Fennel of Miami went to 16-4y 2 and the dis cus, won by Bob Humphries of Long Beach, Calif., at 186-3%. Only the 5,000 meters and the lammer throw were won by the Jermans. Toivn Club Gets One Hit As Bushy's Wins 2 Bushy's Black Label got two shutout performances from three pitchers and romped past Town Club of Alton Wednesday, 12-0 and 16-0. In the first game Elledge and Downer combined for the shutout and a one-hitter while Wintjen and Wallace provided the muscle with roundtrippers. Voloskl and Downer combined for a no-hitter In the second contest. Errand!, Watklns and Wallace smashed homers. Bushy's meets the Alton Kings Saturday night in a doubleheader at West End diamond. Bushy's owns a 46-10 overall record. at the channel. Last August, she was forced to quit after nine hours in the water. She lost 20 pounds tills time. Listen Must Withdraw HARRISBURG, Pa; (AP) - If champion Sonny Liston and challenger Cassius Clay hope to stage their proposed heavyweight chain pionship fight in Philadelphia, Liston will have to withdraw as one of the promoters. This was the ruling Wednesday of the Pennsylvania Athletic Commission when it rejected an application for a promoter's license from Liston's Intercontinental Promotions, Inc. The commission acted after receiving an opinion from State Atty. Gen. Walter E. Alessandroni that granting such a license would be improper. LAKE FOREST, 111.—There will be only one new face in the probable No. 1 lineup Saturday when the Cardinals hold their first full- length scrimmage of the 1963 practice season. Newcomer to the group is John Symank, slated to start at left safety in the defensive backfield. All the other starters were with the Big Red in 1962. The Cardinals, who have gone t)irough stringent two-a- day workouts, all week, will hold the scrimmage at t h c Lake Forest College Field. A second scrimmage is scheduled for Aug. 10; and the Big Red opens its pre-s e a s o n schedule Friday night, Aug. * 16, facing the San Francisco <19ers at Salt Lake City, Utah. The offensive unit will be the same one which started the Cardinals' final 1962 game and, with one exception, the same group which started practically every game. Gerry Perry is listed ai the left guard spot which Mike McGee held for the past three seasons. Perry started there, how ever, in the final game of las season when McGee was injured Remainder of the offensive uni lis an all-veteran aggregation. Son PROBABLE PITCHERS Boston (Wilson 8-11) at Baltimore (McCormick 3-6) (N) Only game. National League Chicago (Jackson 11-9) at Milwaukee (Lemaster 7-5) (N) Cincinnati (Jay 4-14) at St. Louis (Simmons 9-5) Only games. Alessandroni, asked for an opin-l ny Randle is the split end, Taz ion by toe commission, said a 1955' nderson the tight end, Irv Goodc nd Ernie McMillan the tackles, erry and Ken Gray the guards nd Bob DeMarco the center. In he backfield, Charley Johnson is t quarterback, John David. Crow nd Prentice Gautt the running acks and Bobby Joe Conrad the anker. On defense, Joe Robb and Ed ienke are the ends, Don Owens nd Luke Owens the-tackles, Ted Bates, Dale Meinert and Bill Koman the linebackers and Billy Itacy, Symank, Larry Wilson an Jimmy Hill in the backfield. The No. 2 lineup shows an offensive unit of Billy Gambrell at split end, . Chuck Bryant, at tight end, John Sliitkosky and Ed Cook at tackles, John Wlttenborn and Tom Redmond at guards, Don Gillis at center, Sam Etcheverry at quarterback, Joe Children and BUI Trlplett the running backs and Jackie Smith the flanker. On defense, Alfred Rogers and Ed Scrutchins are the' ends, Billy Wilson and Fate Echols the tackles, Garland Boyette, Larry Stal- Hngs, and Marion Rushing the linebackers, and Jimmy Burson, Jack Ehvell, Jim Bakken and Pat Fischer in the secondary. law prohibits promoters from having any direct or indirect financial interest in a boxer. Liston is listed as a 47 3 / 2 per cent stockholder in Intercontinental Promotions, a Pennsylvania corporation. GOLFING NOTES WOOD RIVER WOMEN The event at the Cloverleaf Golf Course for the Wood River Women's Golf Association Tuesday was the throw out high three. In the first flight Mrs. Everett Kingery won the event and Mrs. John Yates had low net. Mrs. Omar Lyons won both the event and low net of the second flight. Alton Kings Top Jerseyville, 10-8 The Alton Kings softball team edged the Jerseyville Merchants Wednesday, 10-8. Roger Hallihan was the winning hurler. Moe Page slammed a homer for the Kings and Jerry Wray tripled. The Kings meet Bushy's Saturday in a doubleheader at West End diamond. Pass Attack Best Bet for All-Stars CHICAGO (AP)—A massive air attack 'appears to be the College All-Stars' best weapon against the National Football League cham- RUE a 14 2 020000000—2 7 ) THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! Bubba Phillips o! til? Petrpit h two, dereei ftem Jhe Tigers hp two, degreei Unlvcrnlty of 1% tre ' master 9* MIDWEST LEAGUE py TUB ASbOCIATKP Quad Cities 6, Decatur 3 Qulnoy 12, Waterloo 5 7, Wisconsin 5 (U Innings) Ce4w Rapids 4, ClWon 2 Pubiwme it Fox ClUee, wet grounds Plan Your Vacation Now in SOUTHERN ILLINOIS! l Whether for n weekend or overnlutu stay, you will enjoy the je> laxtna atmosphere ana comfort of Scenic Giant city LpfUo and Park near Carboudme. You < can re ax in a coiy cottage a»d enjoy the " ru»tw outtwor* wltH" modern f«clWle« of * nattvS »tone lodae There ii o spacious lounge" with TV, a huge fireplace,, and TndooV enS outdoor "^JKoi for 'your pleuiure, P lw two dining room* with »eatlng capacity for 200. , , .OO, B»cl> collage hfti * alei are; SINGLE, 16.00; DOUBLE, W.OO, HondTtlonlng, theMaUeaiiy control,^ j,j atl exchange 487-4921, GIANT CITY LODGE flnd COTTAGES ILLINOIS SUNDAY Mid 4 AND BVERY SUNDAY FENDER BENDERS • AMATEURS • MODIFIED RACES Time Trials 7:30 P.M., Racing 8s30 P.M. Godfrey Speedway ROUTi 67 » MILES NORTH OF ALTON Tennis Pro at Wood River - WOOD RIVER - Earl Bucbholz Si:, renowned tennis pro from St, Louis, will be at the Wood River Community High School tennis courts to conduct a tennis clinic from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday. The tennis ace, sponsored by the Rawlings Sporting Goods Co, of St. Louis, is appearing for the public clinic through the cooperation of the Wood River and Ro.v ana Recreation Departments. There will be no admission for the tennis clinic and the public is invited. In case of inclement weather the clinic will be held in the old gym in the high school. George Sauer, a veteran of 13 years of coaching college teams, is director of player personnel for the New York Jets of the American Football League. pion Green Bay Packers Friday night—but even Coach Otto Graham doesn't know who will lead it. After a dress rehearsal under the lights of Soldier Field Wednesday night, Graham still was speculating about his starting quarterback. The four at his command are Heisman Trophy winner Terry Baker of Oregon State; Wisconsin's Ron Vanderkelen; Mississippi's Glynn Griffing, who goes on both offense and defense, and Sonny Gibbs of Texas Christian. The Packers, who dismantled the All-Stars last year 42-20 with a three-touchdown burst in the last quarter, still rule about a 14- point favorite. Their ace fullback, Jim Taylor, has tested his injured knee and says he is ready. The game, sponsored by the Chicago Tribune Charities, Inc., for the 30th year, will be broadcast and televised by ABC starting at 8:45 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The NFL champions have won the last four games In the series and hold a 19-8 victory edge. There have been two ties. POWER-PACKED BATTERY fits most popular cars...6.volt Faster, easier starting In any weather ,.. Get yours today at this low price) * FHlly Charged * Tested * Filled Other 6 VolU 24 Mo, guarantee $12.95 36 Mo, guarantee $19,45 1 18 Volt« 12 Mo. guarantee $14,50 24 Mo. guarantee $17,95 36 Mo. guarantee $24.95 WELLS TIRE COMPANY 999 K. 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