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Page* 9*16 ALTON EVENING T ELEGRAPH Sport* Clarified Established JaiiUafy 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press, Class B Softball Tournament Opens Monday Long Affair Has Bushy's As Favorite A total of 14 teams will take part in the 1963 Class B Regional Softball Tournament Beginning Monday night at Watertower Park. The meet is a double elimination affair. The tourney will not end until Aug. 24 when one and possibly two games will be played for the championship. Winner and riiitnorup of llils incot will advance to the State Tournament at Macomb AUK. 28-Sept. 2. Sager's Pharmacy, last year's champ, has disbanded and will not defend its crown. However, Uie 1962 runnerup, Bushy's of Wood River, is entered and is the tourney favorite. Other teams entered are Alton Steelworkers, Watertower (host team), Whitelaw Ave. Baptist of Wood River, Grable Construction of Wood River, Jerseyville, Gillespie, Alton VFW, Bob and Gene's of Alton, Alton Bombers, Town Club of Alton, P. N. Hirsch of Kane, Brighton and East St Louis. Two games will bo played each night o( the tourney, at 7:30 and 8:45. Three games are slated, however, for Saturday night, Aug. 10, at 0:80, 7:45 and 9:00. August 11 and Aug. 25 have been left open for any previous rained out games. The complete tourney schedule: AUGUST 5 Game 1 — Steelworkers vs. Wa- tertower, 7:30. Game 2 Whitelaw Baptist vs. Grable Construction, 8:45. AUGUST G Game 3 — Jerseyville vs. Gillespie, 7:30. Game 4 — Alton VFW vs. Bob & Gene's, 8:45 AUGUST 7 Game 5 — Bushy's vs. Alton Bombers, 7:30 Game 6 — Town Club vs. P. N. Hirsch, 8:45 AUGUST 8 Game 7 —.Winner..G-l,vs. Winner G-2, 7:30 Game 8 — Winner G-3 vs. Winner G-4, 8:45 AUGUST 9 Game 9 — Winner G-5 vs. Brighton, 7:30 Game 10 — Winner G-6 vs. East St. Louis, 8:45 AUGUST 10 Game 14 — Loser G-l vs.. Loser G-2, 6:30 Game 11 — Winner G-7 vs. Winner G-8, 7:45 Game 12 — Winner G-9 vs. Winner G-10, 9:00 AUGUST 12 Game 15 — Loser G-3 vs. Loser G-4, 7:30 Game 16 — Loser G-5 vs. Loser G-7, 8:45 AUGUST 13 Game 17 — Loser G-6 vs. Loser G-8, 7:30 Game 18 — Winner G-14 vs, Loser G-9, 8:45 AUGUST 20 Game 19 — Winner G-15 Loser G-10, 7:30 Game 13 — Winner G-ll vs. Winner G-12, 8:45. AUGUST 21 Game 20 — Winner G-18 vs. Winner G-19, 7:30 ' Game 21 — Winner G-16 vs. Winner G-17, 8:45 AUGUST 22 Game 22 — Winner G-20 vs. Loser G-ll, 7:30 Game 23 — Winner G-21 vs. Loser G-12, 8:45 AUGUST 23 Game 24 — Winner G r 22 vs. Winner G-23, 7:30 Game 25 — Winner G-24 vs. Loser G-13, 8:45 AUGUST 24 Game 26 — Winner G-25 vs. Winner G-13, 7:30 Game 27 — (Playoff, if necessary, between G-26 teams), 8:45 U. S. Athletes Finish Tour Lakers Edge Collinsville^ Lead League The Alton Lakers girls Softball team moved into undisputed possession of first place in the Twilight League Friday night by edging the Colllnsville Rockottes, 4-3, at Watertower. Bev Conawny went all the way for the Lakers in besting Georgia Yost in a tight pitching duel. Miss Conaway struck out six, gave up six hits and walked one. Miss Yost allowed seven hits struck out three and walked none T?te Lakers lead the Rock- ettcs by half a game w 11 h league games against Wood Illvor and Belleville remaining to be played. Wood Ulver will be the Lakers' opponent tonight at Watertower starting at 8:,10. The Lakers took a 1-0 lead in the second inning when Sand; Grimsley doubled, went to third LONDON (AP)-H the can track (earn can shake oil its airplane legs in time, it can wind up its European tour with a flourish here against a lightly regarded British squad today and Monday, Even the American girls, much maligned after a dismal failure in Moscow, have a chance to make their battle with the Eng lish girls close. The Americans, who Hew in late Friday from Hanover, Germany, where they demolished a good West German team 141-82 Jast Wednesday and Thursday are fit enough to run, but may be too track-weary to threaten any worlg marks, 4 The teams will rest Sunday-a day off for sports in Britain— and resume on Monday. Compc Utlon is at White City. ONE-MAN SHOW HERRIN—James Crm, 12-year-old star of the Silvis, 111., Little League baseball team, hit three home runs and pitched his team to a 10-2 victory over Herrin in the sectional playoff Thurs- day night. He struck out 15 batters and gave up two hits in the six-inning performance. Teammate Mike Cordosi greets him after his second homer. (AP Wirephoto) Dick Farrell Makes Habit of Beating LA By BOB GKEEN Associated Press Sports Wrllt-r Dick Farrell is a big, strong, right-handed pitcher who makes a living beating the Los Angeles Dodgers. Oh, sure, he does other things, even beating other clubs from time to time, to earn his paycheck from the Houston Colts. But beating the Dodgers is (he big item find the one in which he takes the most pleasure. He did it again Friday night, putting together a solid six-hitter in a 4-1 Houston triumph over the faltering National League leaders. The loss, the Dodgers' sixth in eight games, lopped a full game off their lead and reduced it to 3V6 lengths over the St. Louis Cardinals. It was Fan-ell's third victory of Perfect Play Helps Cards Edge Phillies 'Monster' Suddenly Becomes No Mystery By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Dick (The Monster) Radatz still s hissing, but suddenly it's be;inning,to sound like he's sprung a leak. Punctured for the second straight time, the awesome Boston reliever met his match again in a David and Goliath setting as the Washington Senators popped their slingshots for a. 4-3 victory n the second game of a double- icader Friday night. The Red Sox took the opener 5-0 behind Earl Wilson's six-hit effort before Radatz was beaten for the first time since May 12. Oddly, both ,of Radatz' losses on a 12-2 record have been to Washington. He has beaten every other club in the American League. Making his 46th appearance, the 6-foot-5, 235-pound Radatz continued to hiss in his fast ball, but showed signs of weakening under the constant calls. In his last two outings,.he has been roughed up for four runs and six hits in 3 2-3 innings. While Washington was peppering Radatz, Robin Roberts again turned in an effective performance against his former New York teammates, beating the American League-leading Yankees for the third straight time, 5-3. The Chicago While Sox moved to within seven games of the top by beating the Los Angeles Angels 5-1, Jim Hall drove in five runs in Minnesota's 10-3 walloping of Kansas City and Detroit made the most of Rocky Colavito's talents for a 10-9 edge over Cleveland, Houston cut Los Angeles' National League lead to 3V4 games by downing the Dodgers 4-1, St. Louis took second with a 3-2 decision over Philadelphia, Chicago's Cubs upended San Francisco 1241 in 10 innings, Cincinnati shut out Pittsburgh 3-0 and Milwaukee anl New York split. The Braves won 8-0, and the Mets 3-1 in 11 innings. Wilson, 9-11 for the season, backed his own pitching in the opener with a' three-run homer that put it out of reach before the Senators' newly acquired reliever, Ed Roebuck, came on to stop the Red Sox. Trailing 3-0 in the nightcapp, the Senators struck for four runs in the seventh. Radatz come on after Jim King's two-run triple and gave up a sacrifice fly to Chuck Hinton that tied the score, He wound up a loser when Larry Osborne' singled, moved to second on a walk and scored on Don Zimmer's single. Steve Ridzik was the winner. Roberts, released by the Yankees without throwing a pitch in competition last season, spaced seven hits to bring his record to 10-9. John Powell tagged Whitey Ford, 16-5, for a first-inning homer, then the Orioles put it away with a three-run fourth. Rookie Tom McCraw stroked a triple and two singles, stole a base and scored three runs for the White Sox and Juan Pizarro, 13-5, after limiting the Angels to seven hits. Ma/or ieaguej STANDINGS w. . New York .... 66 38 Chicago ...... 60 46 Baltimore .. 61 49 Minnesota .. 58 49 Boston 54 52 Cleveland .. 53 56 Los Angeles 53 59 Kansas City 48 58 Detroit 44 Unbeaten Withdraws QCEANPQRT, N.J. (API-Harbor View Farm's unbeaten Raise A Native was withdrawn from to(Jay's, ilOO,OQQ Sapling Slakes at Monmouth Park'after pulling yp gore after a blowout Friday. —CANOES FOR RENT— Qxerta StHrt Hi Ihw'hjmrl q( U» canoe Boumry «« .CurrwU Wver, Thrill? mid adventure. Canoe Rontal By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Pet. G.B. .635 — .566 .555 .542 .509 .486 .473 .453 .427 .355 7 8 •9V 13 17 19 12 '/a 29 tt 59 Washington .. 38 69 Friday's Results Baltimore 5, New York 3 Boston % 5-3, Washington 0-4 Minnesota 10, Kansas City 3 Detroit 10, Cleveland 9 Chicago 5, Los Angeles 1 Today's Gomes Cleveland at Detroit (N) Baltimore at New York Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Minnesota at Kansas City (N) Boston at Washington (N) Sundny'fi Games Chicago at Los Angeles Minnesota at Kansas City Cleveland at Detroit (2) Boston at Washington Baltimore at New York (2) Monday's G nines No regular games scheduled Hall of Fame exhibition at Cooporstown, N.Y.—Boston (AL) vs. Milwaukee (NL). National W Los Angeles .. 64 St. Louis ....i (il Snn Francisco GO Chicago 58 Cincinnati .... 58 Philadelphia . 56 Milwaukee ... 55 Pittsburgh ... 52 Houston 42 New York 34 43 47 48 48 52 52 55 54 67 74 Pet. G.B. ,598 — .565 3'/ a .556 .547 .527 .579 .500 ,491 23 30'/i 4'/a 5% 7y a 8Va .385 .315 Friday's Results Chicago 12, San Francisco .11 (10 innings) Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 0 St, Louis 3, Philadelphia 2 Houston 4, Los Angeles 1 Milwaukee 8-1, New York 0-3 (2nd 11 innings) Today's Games New York at Milwaukee Philadelphia at St. Louis San Francisco at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati Los Angeles at Houston (N) Sunday's Games New York at Milwaukee San Francisco at Chicago Philadelphia at SI. Louis (2) Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (2) Los Angeles at Houston (N) * Monday's Giunus San Francisco at Houston (N) Only regular game scheduled *************** + FULLY AIR CONDITIONED )f * OPEN BOWLING * 35c Per Game * ACME 32 LANES * T* 35 Years on Broadway *T *************** i iiiioit;,)' vn-miyiv.«( " ^,«i i. ».•_» *.... — i a sacrifice bunt by Conaway tid scored on Jackie Hand's roundout. After Collinsville tied the score ith a run in the top of the third, ic Lakers clustered three runs the bottom of the inning. With vo outs and none on, Scottie reeman started the fireworks ith a triple. Betty Onofrey oubled her home. Star Travis ngled to put runners on first and lird. Grimsley plated both runners with a triple to clinch the game. Sunday night's scheduled game ith Ballwin, Mo. has been can- elled. The Missouri team is en- aged in tourney play and will ot be able to play here. Next Friday night the Lakers •ave north to Oshkosh, Wis. to lay in the West Central Region- 1 Tournament. They'll meet the till-undetermined Indiana state hampion Friday night at 8; 30. Colllnsville (3) Lakers (4) 'layer AB R H Player AB R H flezzano 400 Follls 300 *owe 410 Lusby 301 laum- Freeman 311 .gartner 301 Onofrey 3 1 1 3uecher 300 Travis 311 Decrevel 300 Grimsley 3 1 2 datyas 3 1 1 Conaway 301 Jenny 312 Hand 2 0 C rtasserang 2 0 1 Duke 200 fast 300 3 urley 1 0 1 Petals 20 3 6 Totals 25 4 7 lining: 1234567 RHE :olllnsvllle 0011010—3 8 2 .ulcers 013000 x — 472 Top Drivers Slated I For Alton Dragway C3 » Alton Dragway is featuring a 'Gas Coupe, Sedan, and Road- ter" meet, Sunday. Some of the best drivers in the Midwest have entered. Some ol he machines already entered are jordon Selkirk's A Gas Supercharged, Wayne Artega's B Gas Supercharged, Ray Hosmanek's 3 Gasser, Bob Grubb's B Gasser, uid Garland Tyler's A. Gasser. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Richmond 2, Arkansas 0 Syracuse 8, Buffalo 6 Toronto 7, Columbus 4 Indianapolis 10, Rochester 4 Jacksonville 6, Atlanta 3 Pacific Coast League Seattle 11, Spokane 1 Hawaii 3-6, Portland 2-3 Denver 2-9, Salt Lake City 1-2 Oklahoma City 5, Tacoma 3 San Diego 17, Dallas-Fort Wortl 1 MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wisconsin Rapids 8, Quad Ci ties 2 (called after seven innings rain) Clinton 4, Cedar Rapids 3 Quincy 10, Dubuque 9 Decatur 13, Waterloo 6 Fox Cities 13, Burlington 9 By MIKE RECHT ST. LOUIS (API— "If the play is one step short of perfect, he's afe at home," said Gene Mauch orlornly in the locker room after lis Philadelphia Phillies lost 3-2 o the St. Louis Cardinals Friday night. The margin of victory came on a spectacular defensive play by he Cardinals that cut down the ying run in the eighth inning. St. Louis led 3-1 going into the eighth, but the Phillies pulled vithin one on Ruben Amero's louble, a wild pitch, and a ground out. Then, after Cardinal starter Ray Sadecki walked Johnly Callison, Tony Gonzalez slammed a double off the right center field wall. Curt Flood took the ball off the wall on one hop and hit cut-off man Julian Javier perfectly. Javier whirled and :hrew a perfect strike to catcher Tim McCarver, who tagged out he sliding Callison. Ron Taylor and Bobby Shantz finished up for Sadecki, who tired n the 90 degree heal. A walk to Charlie James, a single by George Altman and Javier's sacrifice fly gave the Cardinals a run in the second. They nade it 3-0 in the fifth on safe- :ies by McCarver and Flood, a Jit-owing error by Amaro and Bill White's RBI hit. Ernie Broglio, 11-7, back in the starting rotation after a relief performance this week, hurls for. the Cardinals today against Cal McLish, 10-6, of the Phillies. Philadelphia (2) Cardinals (3) Player AB R H Player AB R H Taylor 4 0 1 Flood 402 Callison 300 Groat 4 1 1 Gonzalez 3 0 1 White 302 Klippstein 000 Boyer 4 0 1 Locke 000 James 2 1 0 Sievers 400 Kolb 1 0 0 Demeter 4 1 2 Altman 4 0 1 Hoak 2 0 1 Taylor 000 Covlngton 1 0 0 Shantz 000 Dalrymple 200 Javier 300 Oldis 1 0 0 McCarver 3 1 2 Amaro 3 1 1 Sadecki 1 0 0 Bennett 1 0 0 Shannon 000 Green 000 Rojas 1 0 0 Boozer 000 Averiil 1 0 0 Totals -Soil Totals 29 3 9 Inning: 123456789 RHE Philadel 0000001 1 0 — 261 Cardinals 01002000 x— 3 9 0 Rule Rules Roost Today In St. Paul Tourney ST. PAUL,, Minn. (AP)— Jack Rule, who intends no pun, says he isn't playing it by the rule any more, and that's a major reason ie's leading by a comfortable margin today in the St. Paul Open Golf Tournament. The 24-year-old lowan carded a record-breaking 61 on the par-72 Keller course Friday for a halfway total of 128 and four-stroke bulge over second-place Jerry Pittman of Tulsa, Okla., at 132. Now in his second year of professional play and seeking his first tourney victory, Rule says he's playing a more aggressive game these days. "I got to the point where I was trying to play it too safe," he explained. "I was afraid to try anything, and wasn't getting anywhere. So I started to play offensive golf at Tucson (Ariz.) this year." His bankbook, still modest, backs him up. Since the Tucson tourney, Rule has been out of the money in only four of 19 tournaments. He's won $8,132.54, and only $158.75 came prior to his new game of attack. He fired 11 birdies and seven pars in Friday's round, hitting all greens in regulation figures. His 61 broke the St. Paul Open record of 62 shared by three players. Rule's t\yo-round total of 128 bettered the 129 set by Jerry Barber in 1956. The first-round leader, Jim Ferree of Corona, Calif., lost his putting touch and dropped It strokes off his opening 64. In third place, two strokes back of Pittman, was Don Fail-field of Perdido Bay, Fla,, who added a 69 to his opening 65. Fred Haw- kins, El Paso, Tex., was fourth with 70-65—135. The 36-hole cutoff score for the !35,000 tourney which carries first jrize of $5,300 was 144, even par. Among those squeezing in at the imit were Dow Finsterwald, defending champion Doug Sanders, Joe Campbell and Jay and Lionel i-Iebert. Weltenveight Risks Chance At Champion NEW YORK (AP) — Welterweight contender Jose Stable risks his hopes for a crack at champion Emile Griffith tonight when he faces Stanley (Kit(en) Hay ward, an unrankec ambitious youngster, in a televi sion 10-rounder at Madison Squrc Garden. Stable, ranked second by the WBA and fourth by Ring Maga zinc, is the betting choice over the Philadelphia!! who is making hit debut as a Garden headline!- anc television fighter. Hay ward, 24, never has gone more than eight rounds in com piling a 16-1-1 record, including seven knockouts. His sole los was a decision to Bruce Gibson which he promptly avenged in hi next fight. He has won eigh straight. Stable, 22, has swept his las four fights in boosting his recorc to 20-2-1, including six knockouts The Cuban now live- in New York The bout will be telecast b; ABC-TV, starting at 9 p.m., EST [lie season over his onetime team mates, about whom he had some harsh words when they dealt him away in the expansion draft. The Cards closed up on a 3-2 decision over Philadelphia. They pulled out of a tie for second place when the Chicago Cubs surprised San Francisco 12-11 in 10 innings Cincinnati blanked Pittsburgh 3-0 while the New York Mels and Mil waukee Braves split a pair. The Braves won the opener 8-0 anc the Mets salvaged the nightcap 3-1 in 11 innings. Farrell is 13-6 against the Dodg ei-s for a career and 3-1 this sea son. He struck out three Friday night, walked two and had a four- hitter going into the ninth when the Dodgers collected a couple of harmless singles. A two-run second-inning hornet by Jim Wynn gave him all the .vorking room he needed in beating Don Drysdale. A spectacular, eighth-inning defensive play by Curt Flood saved the game for the Cards. The Phillies had one run home and John Callison, representing the tying run, on second base when Tony Gonzales doubled off the right- center field wall. Flood made a quick recovery, hit cut-off man Julian Javier, who threw out the sliding Callison at the plate. Ray Sadecki spaced six hits over the eight innings he worked to win it. The Cubs rallied for six runs in By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League. Batting (250 at bats)—Grant, St. Louis, .336; Clementc, Pittsburgh, .329. Runs — Aaron, Milwaukee, 81; White, St. Louis, 80. Runs batted in—Aaron, Milwaukee, 92; White, St. Louis, 77. Hits — Groat, St. Louis, 146; White, St. Louis, 139. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 32; Pinson, Cincinnati, 31. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 12; Brock and Willia.ns, Chicago, Callison and Gonzalez, Philadelphia, and Javier and White, St. Louis, 7. Home runs—Aaron, Milwaukee, and McCovey, San Francisco, 31. Stolen bases—Pinson, and Robnson, Cincinnati, 24; Wills, Los \ngeles, 23. Pitching (10 decisions)—Maloney, Cincinnati, 17-3, .850; Perra- noski, Los Angeles, 10-2, .833. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Ange- es, 195; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 182. American League Batting (250 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston .329; Kaline, Detroit, .315. Runs—Allison, Minnesota, 71; <aline, Detroit, 66. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 70; Kaline, Detroit, 69. Hits—Yastrzemski, Boston, 126; •Malzone, Boston, 124. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 31; Causey, Kansas City, 28. ft Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, 11; Hinton, Washington, 10. the eighth inning to tie it against the Giants, then won it on Jim Sch&ffer's two-out single in the 10th, which scored Ron Santo. Leo Burke had a three-run pinch hit homer and Ellis Burton a two-run homer in the Cubs' big rally thai wiped out an 11-5 Giant lead. Golf Tourney Planned If Interest High A number of local golfers have expressed a desire for a renewal of the City Match Play Championship Tournament at Rock Spring Golf Course. To accommodate this interest the Park and Recreation Department will handle the arrangements for such a tournament if there are sufficient en- f tries. A minimum of forty-eight entries to fill three flights is necessary. Entry fee is $4 with participants paying all green fees. Only Greater Alton Area residents are eligible. Merchandise will be awarded to winner and runnerup in each flight. Eighteen-hole qualifying rounds must be played between Aug. 4 and Aug. 11 inclusive. There will be no extension of time. Entry fee must be paid before qualifying round. Pairings will be made Sunday Aug. 11 and will be published in the Telegraph on Monday. Finals will be played on Sunday, Sept. 1. Approximately one week will be allowed for preliminary matches. All matches must be played within specified time limits or forfeit. All finals will be 18-holes except Championship which will be 36. For further information co tact the Park and Recreation office or pro shop at Rock Spring Golf Course. Home runs—Allison, Minnesota, 24; Stuart, Boston, and Killebrew, Minnesota, 23. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 27; Wood, Detroit, and Hinton, Washington, 18. Pitching (10 decisions) — Radatz, Boston, 12-2, .857; Ford, New York, 16-5, .762. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, 141; Pizarro, Chicago, 132. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Cleveland (Donovan 6-9) at Detroit (Bunning 7-11) Baltimore (Pappas 10-5) at New York (Downing 6-3) Chicago (Peters 10-5) at Los Angeles (McBride 12-7) (N) Minnesota (Stignian 10-10) at Kansas City (Wickersham 8-8) (N Boston (Monbouquette 14-7) at Washington (Duo'worth 3-8) (N). National League New York (Stallard 4-9) at Milwaukee (Fischer 4-2) Philadelphia (McLish 10-6) at St. Louis (Broglio 11-7). San Francisco (Sanford 10-11) at Chicago (Buhl 9-8) Pittsburgh (Cardwell 7-11) at Cincinnati (Tsitouris 7-4) Los Angeles (Koufax 17-4) at Houston (Bruce 5-7) (N). MIDWEST GAS COUPE and SEDAN MEET! •W "*- •* 4*1 .. ..8«*»!*p *^ji:*/M*& 8 A.Ml SUNDAY, AUG. 4 IN Regular Admission Prices! ALTON DRAGWAY CASH PRIZES! TAKE HOUTK 140 EAST OF A14'ON — TUBN NORTH ON FOSTEKBUKG «OA« COMING AUG. U , . TONY NANCY AA'U VBUSUS, J.EQ FUfliA B/FP . .,, 2 OUT OF 3 MATCH WACEI $290.00 In Pri'io* mid Troulilus In All Othor Olussos! BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Jim Maloney, Reds, posted victory No. 17—-tied for high in the majors—with four- liitter, striking out 11 en route to 3-0 shut out of Pittsburgh. BATTING — Jim Hall, Twins, drove in five runs with three-run homer, run-scoring single and sacrifice fly in 10-3 walloping of Kansas City. 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