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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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MONDAY, AUGUST 5,1963 *""""'"" r ALTON EVENING t •»~<-(T-M San Diego, Denver And Oakland Win * By MuKftAt «08ll! AftMOlated Ptomi sports Write? Exhibition games don't count in Sam Mice Is Hall of Fame Pic, 3 Others COOPERSTOWNt, N.Y. (AP)~ Two outfielders and two pitchers who thrilled diamond fans half a century and more ago were to be formally inducted today into baseball's Hall of Fame. Two were being honored posthumously. Honored were Sani Rice, 71, outstanding outfielder'with Washington and Cleveland) Elmer Flick, 87, winner of the American League batting title at Cleveland in 1905; John Clarkson and Eppa Rixey, pitchers. Clarkson, a right-hander who won 483 games from 1882 through 1894 in the National League, died in 1909. Rixey, a towering left- hander who won 266 games for Philadelphia and Cincinnati from 1912 through 1933, died last: Feb. 28, a month after learning of his latest honor. Presentation ceremonies were to be held at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum at 9 a.m., EST, followed immediately by a luncheon and an exhibition game at Doubleday Field between the Milwaukee Braves and Boston Red Sox. Rice, who had a lifetime batting average ol .322, was on hand to receive his bronze plaque in person. Flick, who batted .315 for 13 seasons, was doubtful whether he could attend. the standings but the electrifying victory of the College Ali-Star over" the great Green Bay Packers and the surprising results in tht first American Football Leagu tuneups may have a beating' on the pr6 championships. The 2047 triumph of Otto Gra ham's rookies over the Nationa Football League champions a Chicago on Friday night removec the Packers' aura of invincibility No team has won three straigh championships since the NFL started Its playoff system in 193, and the Packers may be in tor 4 lots of trouble in their bid. In the AFL, the three hot-sho teams were whipped in the exhl bltion openers on Saturday anc Sunday. San Diego's Chargers thumped the champion Kansas City Chiefs 26-14 and Denver wal loped the Houston Oilers, Eastern Division champions,- 27-14 Satur day. The Oakland Raiders, who fin ished last in the West with a 1-13 record last year, topped the Bos .on Patriots, runners-up in the East, 24-17 at Oakland on Sunday The exhibitions go full blast in the coming week with six NFL and four AFL contests. San Diego's victory proved cost- y. The Chargers lost Tobln Rote heir newly acquired No. 1 quar- erback, op the second play. Rote, an NFL and Canadian eaguc veteran, suffered a torn •ib and bruised breastbone and is expected to be out of action for wo or three weeks. Rookie quarterback Mickey Slaughter threw two touchdown passes, George Shaw connected on another and Gene Mingo booted 1eld goals of 44 and 41 yards in Denver's win over Houston. Guns Sped al This Weekl BROWNING MEDALIST 22 Cal. in beautiful presentation box. WITTELS 204 STATE ST, Chiefs Split In -Four the AM6ft*J«cksoft Chiefs spi two doubleheaders over th weekend with Brighton" an Blue Circle of St, Louis. Brighton Won the oponln cohtest of the Saturday nigh twin bill, 6-3, but dropped th second fame, 5 ; 0. Wagner was the fl»t« ' gnme Whiter a« ttuleti* katnp took the loss for the V Chief*. Davis And Howard Homered for Brighton, Bur- tncstor arid Schllllngo? for Allow. In the second contest Grot chett got the win as Watkln went three-for-four Includln two homers. Sunday the. Chiefs lost t Blue Circle In the first contes 5'0, but again bounced back t win the nightcap In eight In nlngs, 4-3. * Bryant was the loser In the first game as Burmos- tor slapped two hits In three at-bata, Schilllnger and Carey smash ed two hits apiece in the night cap. Schllllnger's second doubl of the day drove in the win nlng run. Dreivn., Field Trial Prexy SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) _ James G. Drewn of Springfiel hn's been elected president of th newly organized Field Trial Club of Illinois. Fifteen persons attended Sun day's organizational meeting an elected Bob Smith of Springfield secretary and Dr. Fred White o Chillicothe, treasurer. Vice pres dents are Frank Lemons of De :atur, Dr. H. T. Ciarno of Bloom ngton, and Dr. George E. Oehle of Springfield. Officers slated an a m a te u . shooting dog championship tria or Jan. 12, 1965 at the Green River Wild Life area near Ohio 11. Aims of the organization were isted as the procurement an< development of field trial areas he state, the establishment of a ield trial judging school at the llinois State Fair, and the propa gation and conservation of up and game birds. COUNT ON YOUR GM DEALER FOR CRITICAL CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS... YOU START WITH QUALITY ! STAY WITH IT! Your GM dealer gives quality all the way: skilled servicemen... special tools... genuine GM parts'. These are the things that keep your General Motors car or truck at its best, keep maintenance costs down. Carburetor care is a good example, For continued top performance, you can depend on your GM dealer for critical carburetor adjustments, when required, And like many GM car and truck services, the job requires special training, genuine GM parts and outstanding facilities, Visit your GM dealer regularly! You'll save money in the long run. ill YOUR TH! iBIT KIN9 OP SIBVICi CHBVRPUET i PONTIAC GUARDIAN MAINTENANCE > BUfCK t CA01ULAC • QWC TRUCK i Afttt Outdoor* with Unfold Some Suggestions on how to take more fish on your next trip Is told by the outdoor writer for the Klekhaefef Cofp.i Fond du Lac., WIs. Seek the Slmdo Where can you catch fish when the summer sun turns the water so hot you can practically brew a cup' of instant cof/ee right out of your favorite fishing hole? When the solar rays send you scurrying for shade, you can bet your last lead sinker the fish are doing the same. And that's the tip- off to start looking for their cool and comfortable sanctuaries. According to the fishing experts, who make knowing about such things their work — as" well as pleasure, you can predict with uncanny accuracy exactly where fish will be lying during the heat of the day. If you're a big lake man, just lower your minnow or crawdad right down on the bottom where It's cool and agreeable. Work 'em slow and easy-like, and you'! catch fish. fiven shallow waters have their comfortable havens. And they're usually easy to spot: overhanging trees or bushes, undercut bank: and big floating fields of lilypads or other forms of aquatic vege tation. The secret is to make your of fering both tantalizing and e to capture. In hot weather no one wants too much exertion. Fisl are no exception. Float or drif your surface plug across the surface slowly. Work over every patch of weeds or pads methodically, moving eacl cast over about a yard unti you've thoroughly explored vir tually every nook and cranny. Re member, veteran anglers say, tha lure must literally dangle in fron of their noses. Cast in the shade where it cool. That's where the fishin's hot Jack Rule Takes Pain Killers and 1st Place ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)—Jack Rule Jr. had $5,300 worth of pain killer today, as well as the ad miration of his fellow golfers for a gutty performance Sunday in climbing out of a hospital bed to win the St. Paul Open. The 24-year-old Waterloo, Iowa golfer started his final round numb with pain-reducing drugs after a kidney stone attack that put him in a hospital Saturday night. They wore off, and he wound up with a splitting headache. Despite all that, Rule fired a respectable one-over-par 73 for a five-shot margin over Fred Hawk- ns of El Paso, Tex. Rule's 72- lole 266 was 22 under par on Keller Municipal Course. It was the first professional tournament victory, for the lowan, who mrbors memories of beating big Jack Nicklaus in a couple of ama- :eur tournaments but who hasn'1 seen any great shakes since tuning pro. A doctor tagged along for the entire round, and ordered a fold- ng camp chair kept handy for Me to rest on between shots. He Brothers Duel At Dragway Jim Selkirk of Canton, HI., and lis B gas supercharged machine surprised his brother, Gordon, ol 'eoria, in an A gas supercharged machine, by carrying off top money in the gas meet Sunday at the Alton Dragway. Other money winners in the gas competition were Bob Grubb oi Cisne, III;, Garland Tyler of Wood River, Norm Steibel of Affton, Wo. and Robert Ruby of Alton. Five dragsters appeared but Ted Kramer of St. Louis in his A altered machined showed the way by taking Top- Eliminator money. Other eliminator brackets were event, name, city, eliminator ime and miles per hour): Competition, Don Lange, Patera, 11.8 and 126; Little, Clyde Bradshaw, Granite City, 12.6, 112; 'unior Rich Meyers, East Alton, 5.5, 91; Top Stock, Warren Meyers, Wood River, 13.6, 104; Junior Stock, Steve Fredman, St. Louis, 5.1, 90; Bike, Charles Pittman, St. Louis, 14.1, 95. STATE ST. BARBER SHOP Air Conditioned 1250 STATE ST. (Across St. from VVatortowor Playground) SPECIALIZING IN FLAT TOPS 2 Young Experienced Barbers! GARY AND SKINNER used it often. Hawkins shot a 71. Tied to third were Bruce Crampton o Australia and Dave Hill of Jack son, Mich., at 273. Hill fired a 3 on the front nine to tie the cours record, and had a 66 for the day George Bayer, on the strength of a 10-under-par 64 Sunday, wa in fifth place with 274. ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)—Lead ing money winners in the 72-hoL St. Paul Open Golf Tournamen Sunday on the par-72 Kellei course: Jack Rule Jr., $5,300 67-61-65-73-266 Fred Hawkins, $3,400 70-65-65-71-271 Dave Hill, $2,050 . / 68-69-68-70—273 Bruce Crampton, $2;050 68-69-68-70-273 eorge Bayer, $1,700 .71-67-72-64-27 Charles Sifford, $1,450. 71-65-71-68—275 Bruce^Devlin, $1,450 71-68-66-70-r275 ene Littler, $1,150 71-68-69-68-276 Don Fairfield, $1,150 65-69-73:69-276 Harold Kneece, $1,150 73-66-68-69—276 Claude King, $1,15.0 "72-67-67-70—286 Bushy's Takes Doubleheaders Bushy's softball team, favorec to take/ the Class B Regional Tournarnent which begins tonight at Watertower, won two doubleheaders over the weekend, Saturday night at West End diamond In Wood River the Alton Kings were 9-3 and 4-3 victims. Voloski was the first-game winner while Elledge and Downer teamed up to beat the Kings in' the second contest, which went nine innings. Wint- len and Watkins homered in the first game. Rushing was the second-game loser % Sunday night Bushy's won a iair at Jerseyville, taking the first game, 6-3, and the second one, 9-5. Voloski won the first gnme and Downer was the winner In the nightcap. Wallace hit a homer for Bushy's In the second game. Bushy's will carry a 50-10 record into Its first tourney ;ame Wednesday night at 7:30 against the Alton Bombers. MANILA - Flash Elorde, 136, 'hilippines, outpointed Love Al- otey, ISS'/a, Ghana, 10. AGANA, 'Guam—John San Nicholas, 125, knocked out Guam Typhoon, 125, 2. MODERN INSTANT COFFEE PLANT IN GRANITE CITY Has Employment Opportunities , For Wen As -PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT OPERATORS AND HELPERS -MAINTENANCE MECHANICS • Full Time • Attractive Working Conditions t Liberal Employe Benefits . t Shift Work • High School Education Preferred APPLY AT YOUR NEAREST STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICE MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P,M, THE NESTLE CO, Inc. , Monday Evening TV Digest KfVt (AftO) Jttet»eAf Program ^ (OfeS) 4, KSD (NBC) 8, KPLtt 11 4 S New* 11 Three Stooges (Rj 6:10-4 5 Weathto 6:15—2 City Camera & Weather 4 News: CronkUe 5 Huntley-Brittldey 11 Rocky A His mends 6:30-2 Dakotas (R) 4 To Tell the Truth (R) 5, .Movie — "My Cousin Rachel" (1953) Olivia De Havilland, Richard Burton 1J People Are Funny 7:00—4 I've Got a Secret (R) 11 Best of GroUcho (R) 7:30—2 Funny, Funny Films 4 Vacation Playhouse 11 Movie - "Mad Dr. of Market Street"- (1J)42) Lionel Atwill, Una Merkel 8! 00—2 Stoney Burke (R) 4 Jack Benny (R) 8:30-5 Art Linkletter 9:00—2 Ben Casey (R) 4 Password 5 Brinkley's Journal (R) 11 Movie — "Woman and the Hunter" (195Y) Ann Sheridan, John Loder, David Far- v rar 9:30—4 Stump the Stars 5 Biography: Harry S. Truman, Part I 10:00—2 4 5 News 10:10-2 4 5 Weather 10:15-2 Steve Allen 5 Tonight Show 10:3(k-4 Movie - "In A Loftely Place" (1950) Humphrey Bogart, Gloria Grahame, Frank Lovejoy 11 Movie— "Swanee River" (1939) Don Ameche, Al Jolson 11:45—2 Peter Gunn (R) 12:00—5 Tonight in St. Louis 12:15—2 News & Sports 4 Movie — "Smart Girl' (1935) Ida Lupino, Kent Taylor, Gall Patrick 12:20—2 Mahalia Jackson 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40—5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion 1:40—4 News & Religion Tuesday Daytunei Aug. 6 (!:45—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News: Tom Brooks 6:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Morning Scene 5 Today: Hugh Downs 7:30—4 News: Carmichael 7:40—4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:00—2 Mahalia Jacks6n 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:05—2 Farm Report 8:10—2 News, 8:15—2 Spotlight on KETC 8:45—2 Cartoons 9:00—4 Calendar 5 Say When 9:15-2 King & Odie 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper Room 4 I Love Lucy (R) •5 Play Your Hunch 10:00—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price Is Right 10:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 11:00—2 Tennessee Ernie 4 Love of Life 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 News: Reasoner Births of TV Characters Vary Widely By CYNTHIA LOWBY AP Televlsion^Radio Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Circumstances of the births of television characters are almost as varied as those in real life. "Hazel" and "Dennis the Menace" were cartoon characaters. "Perry Mason" and Lucy Carmichael of "The Lucy Show" sprang from books. "Dr. Kildare" came out of motion pictures. But Jose Jimenez, a sad-faced, earnest little comedy character, was born four years ago on the old 'Steve Allen Show" to set up a gag. He's been around ever since. On Sept. 22 he will begin a Sunday series on NBC. It is called -.'The Bill Dana Show," after the man who created and plays the role. Dana 'was one of Steven Allen's vriters, in November, 1959, a sketch >,was 'built around a school for Santas, and the gag involved Spanish-speaking Santa saying "Jo-Jo^Jo," instead of "Ho-Ho- io." It was necessary to establish that, in Spanish, the letter M" is pronounced like "H." Thus was born Jose Jimenez, pronounced hos-ay heem-en-eth. Jerry Lewis plans to do his weekly two-hour ABC show next season live—which makes it unusual. Even NBC's 'Tonight Show" s taped a few hours before airtime, which permits the removal of offensive or slanderous material. The automobile industry consumes 61.6 per cent of all the rubber used in the United States. 11:30—2 Father Knows Best (R 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45—4 Guiding Light 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 General Hospital 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Newsreels 12:05-4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Divorce Court 4 As the World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00-4 Password 5 People Will Talk U Movie — See Mon. 10:40 p.m., Ch. U 1:25—5 News: Boggs 1:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15—11 Movie — See Mon., : p.m., Ch. 11 2:25—4 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 American Bandstarfd 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Game 3:25—5 News: Vanocur 3:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Millionaire (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 3:55— 2 American Newsstand 4:00—2 Day in Court 4 SS Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:25—2 Movie — "Flame of the Barbary Coast" (1945) John Wayne, Ann Dvorak 4:30-74 Movie — "Tarzan's Re venge" (1938) Eleanor Holm Glenn Morris 5:00—5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30-5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Quick Draw McGraw 5:55—4 Sports: CarmichaeJ U.S.A.C. New Model 100-MILE $ NATIONAL £ CHAMPIONSHIP j> STOCK CAR | RACES ILLINOIS STATE <> <> Fairgrounds Sunday, August 25 2:30 C.D.T. Box Seat $4.00 Bleachers $2.00 , Reserved Seat $3.00 Infield $1.00 For tickets write Jim Kitld, Illinois State Fair For VACATION Money PUBLIC FINANCE ... Fast Service ... Up to $8OO . . . On sensible plans Money to Go Now—Pay Later. Thousands tut our plans every year for their vacations— you can, too. With good credit and steady •mployment, you're all set. Coll, writt, or «om« In today for th* amount you want* Life Insurance Is Available On Your Loan "PUBLIC FINANCE CORPORATION i 331 Belle, AI ton-HO 5-5556 20 Eastgate Shop, Ctr,, E. Alton—CL 4-3064 20 N, Weed River, Wood RIvar-CL 4-4327 MINOR LEAGUES TOR ASSOCIATED International Sunday's Jacksonville 9, Atlanta 6 Arkansas 7, Richmond 2 Indianapolis 17-2, Rochester 5-8 Columbus 5-5, Toronto 3-3 Syracuse 6-2, Buffalo 4-5 Saturday's Results Columbus 5, Toronto 3 Atlanta 4, Jacksonville 3 Indianapolis 6, Rochester 5 (10 innings) Buffalo 2, Syracuse 1 (11 !«• nings) Richmond 6, Arkansas 5 Pacific Const League Sunday's Results San Diego 6-3, Dallas 3-5 Okla. City 5-0, Tacoma 2-3 Hawaii 3-1, Portland 1-3 TUBS., WEI) AND THUKS. Family I'ricrs-r-AII Scats 25c Kiddles Matinee Wednesdays Continuous from I p.m. TUES., WED., THURS. *MUt« MAN BAMMT mm mm DAVIS. 1AWTORD BliOP SEBGEAKTS Tues., Thurs, at 8:80 p.m. Wed. 2:40, 5:49, »:10 p.m. PLUS SECOND FEATURE Abbott nntl Costello in Kollichiiiff Comedy! "Coming Round the Mountain" Tucs and Thurs 7:10 p.m. Wed. 1:00, 4:32, 7:54 p.m. Denver 4-10, Salt Laid II Spokane ft, Seattle 1 «ii *» San DlegO 8, Dallas-fort Wotffi t Spokane 4-7, Seattle 3-8 Portland 4, Hawaii 1 Oklahoma Sty 2, faeema i Denver 4, Sale Lake City d American Athletes Wind tip Track Tmir LONDON (AP)— The U.S. tfflttk and field team winds up Its fifUtt^ pean tour today with the second half of its meet against Britain. The Americans led 61-44 In tha men's events after the first day. The British girls led 28-27. The men had 10 more events today and the women six. Your Favoflto Fnmlty Orlve tn TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, III.' BOX OFI'ICE OPfiNS AT TONITE & TUESDAY Last Two Nights DORI DAY JAME ARIENE FRANCIS.,.,-,,*. — PLUS 3ND FEATURE VGRANT i»DAY "IRatTouclxofMink" i Color Cartoons-Free Playground Children Admitted Free! BEL*AiRjBffii CAPRI 66 & Ill TR. 6-9636 OLD ST LOUIS 00. Cl «-?ll« - LAST 2 NITES - ROSS HUNTER.ARW1N imma femwisg DORIS Dnv dflMES — ARLENE FRANCIS JD.**,***, CWGRANT-DOKISDAY - LAST 2 NITES PAUL NEWMAN « HUD! IAPAKAUOWII LAURENCE HARVEY FRANCE MARTHA NUYM-HYIill * PARAMOUNT RELEASE OPEN 7:00—START DUSK POSITIVELY LAST 4 NIGHTS — ENDS THURSDAY! Open 6:30 Shown 7:10 9:10 Hayley's in a Whirl! 7 SONS HITS! Wait DiSNGY ^^ presents Summer S MERKEL Edd,e HODGES • ma i POLLARD • p* BROWN Scieonplav by S4UV BENSON - ksociale Prota RON MIUER • Directed by JAMES NEIISON. TBCH NICOIPT * Disney Cartoon "How To Play Baseball" with Goofy Open 12:45 All Seats 35c Come Early! "CARTOON SHOW" TOMORROW - TUESDAY! 3 Stooges Comedy — AND — "THE LITTLE RASCALS" SURPRISES Cartoon STARTS FRIDAY GRAND & WILDEY THEATRES! DAYS OF FLAMING ACTION! DAYS OF TITANIC ADVENTURE! DAYS OF EXOTIC PASSIONS! "CharltonrHe*ionTAvfl

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