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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

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ALfOtf Olympic Swim Prelim Friday */ JL - v I OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 PM! Special! UTILITY WHITE PAINT CHICAGO (API - Don Schol- landcr, 17, is the youngest of six world record-setters topping a field of 450 contestants who will aHat'k tlie stopwatch in the National AAU Outdoor Men's Swimming and Diving Championships starting Friday. OUTSIDE WHITE PAINT Ideal for Picket Fences, Garages, etc *Wi*V\*W\\V*»V» TMs Weekend! VINYL LATEX WALL PAINT • 10 COLORS • GALLON Limited Supply DuPont's LUCITE 8 OUTSIDE WHITE HOUSE PAINT Reg. $8.55 Gal. GAL. WALL PAINT Reg. $7.50 Gal. GAL. PLASTIC WALL TILE All Colors—Paste and Trim Available 2 C Each or 16c Sq. Ff. Regularly Sells for 29c Sq. Ft. MONEY-SAVING TILE SALE! 9"x9" £*« VINYL TILE 57 V EC, Hundreds of Cartons In Stock to Choose From! RUBBER BASEBOARD . . 2'/4" and 4" Black & Brown MOSAICS Perfect for Ash Trays and Coffee Tables! FOB AS Iffl" SQ. LOW AS . .OOCFT. Running Foot 54" WALL COVERING Sells Regularly for 39c Sq. Ft.—Special This Weekend 19c running foot- paste and Corners available Linoleum and Rug 18 W. Ferguson Downtown Wood River Dial CL 4-2457 We Deliver We Carry DuPont's Luclte Wall Paint! Four Favorites In Junior Golf ROCKFORD, 111. (AP) — Four pre-tournament favorites, headed by medalist Peggy Shane Conley of Spokane, Wash., wheel into today's (mailer-finals against unheralded players in (he Western Junior Girls Golf Tournament. The 16-year-oid Miss Conley, a quarter - finalist in tlie recent Women's Western Amateur, will face 15-year-old Karin Hayes of Kansas City. Other favorites arc Jnnls Ferraris, 16, San Francisco city champion; Roberta Albers, 16, Tampa, Fla.. state junior champion and a Western Junior quarter-finalist last year; and Claudia Mayhew, Indianapolis, 16, Indiana Girls champion. Miss Ferraris will meet Terry Marinaro, 1.6, Fresno, Calif.; Miss Albers engages Susan Cohen, 15, Flossmoor, III., and Miss Mayhew faces Joyce Kazmierski, 15, Detroit. The quarter-finals will be followed by afternoon semifinals at the Rockford Country Club. The championship match will be Friday. Miss Conley, who won medalist honors by matching par 74, advanced Wednesday by defeating Susan Gregory, Pine Bluff, Ark., 5 and 3. Other results: Miss Hayes defeated Paula Smith, Mount Vernon, III, 2 up. Miss Ferraris won by default from Linda Deeton, Woodstock, Ontario, Canada. Miss Marinaro defeated Susan Basolo, Muskogee, Okla., 2 and 1. Miss Albers defeated Cynthia Hill, South Haven, Mich., 5 and 4. Miss Cohen defeated Margo Machaelis, Crystal Lake, 111., 1 up. Miss Kazmierski defeated Julie Hollingsworth, Davenport, Iowa, 3 and 2. Miss Mayhew defeated Jane Taylor, Portage, Wis., 3 and 2 Fourteen swimming events are on the throe-day program al Ridgeland Common Pool in Oak Park with preliminaries each morning. Finals will start daily al 5:30 p.m. Diving competition will be ii Ihe Portage Park i>ool Friday and Sunday. The three - meter springboard title will-lie decided Friday. Rick Gilbert of the Indi nnapoiis Athletic Club is defend ing champion. Records arc expected to fall In wholesale lots. Competition shoulc be unusually keen since tlie nieel not only will help provide credential, for the 1964 Olympics in Tok yo, but also will be tlie basis foi .selecting a team of 16 swimmers and one diver for the sixtli Japan U.S, meet in Tokyo Aug. 17-19. Among those on the Japanese team is Tsuyoshl Yamanaka, a chief rival of Schollander's in tlie world record battle of the 200 me ter freestyle, yatnaiiaka, Schol- landcr and Australia's Murray Rose put 2:00.4 in the International Federation books after the 1962 season. But on June 10, the federation recognized the mark of 2:00.3 sel by another Australian, Robert Windley, on April 21 in Tokyo. Other record-setters entered are Australia's Kevin Berry in tlie butterfly; freestyler Jon Konrad of Australia, the 1.500 meter Olympic champion who swims for the University of Southern California; and diet Jastremski breaststroke; Tom Stock, backstroke; Ted Stickles, individual medley, all members of the Indianapolis AC team and Indiana University stars. Another world record holder is the Indiana sprint medley relay team which includes Jastremski Stock, Pete Sintz and either Lary Schulhof or Fred Schmidt. The field also includes 13 American record-holders and Santa Clara's record freestyle relay team. Cubs Full of B's CHICAGO (AP) — Maybe the reason the Cubs have been so pesky this baseball season is because they've got a lot of B's. There's Brock, Burke, Burton, Boros, Banks, Bertell, Buhl, Brewer and Baker—nine in all, enough to put a team on the field. DRA 4 new U.S.ROYALS Make a clean sweep of your old tires. Trade them in on new U.S, Royals-the tire you can trust. Pay cash or get instant credit Why delay? Why not come in right now! Ride out on brand-new tires-right now when you need them most! PER WEEK ROYAL RIDE CASTER CAMBER NEW U.S. ROYALS *&&*> ** frank 9 TEST STEERING A FEW HOVR>S CATCH Kicltanl L. Lyon, D.D.S., (right) and Dutch Owen hold string of bass and channel catfish taken in three hours trolling at Kentucky Lake last weekend. The bass weighed front 4i/& tip to six pounds. See River Ripples column for more Information. and Outdoors with Harold Brand Fishing Dog Days? "Who says you can't catch lish in August?" asked Dr. Richard L. Lyon, 6 Monterey PI. Dr. Lyon proved that the adage fish won't bile m numbers in hot weather Isn't quite true during "a weekend fishing trip to Kentucky Lake last Friday. He, his wife, Dorothy, and children Johnnie 9, Susan 12 and Mary 5, flew there in their Cessna 195 five-place airplane in 75 minutes. Many bass, crappie, Walleye, and catfish were taken in short periods of trolling with a Sane- Seine bass lure, a chrome plated spoon-type design. Their guide, Dutch Owen, who manufactures the lure, used a depth finder and located the fish 12 feet down. All trolling then was done at that depth. Fish Hit Hard "We trolled back and forth through the fish with wonderful results," Dr. Lyon said. "When the fish struck it was like hitting a stump. The fish ran with the line like sailfish and some broke water to leap liigh in the water. Johnnie took a six-pound bass, and Susan scored two large channel catfish trolling. Other bass weighed up to 4M> pounds and walleyes weighed up to two pounds." The state of Kentucky maintains a Fishermen's One-S top landing strip near Kenlake State Hotel which sends a station wagon to the strip for visitors. Dr. Lyon said that the guide furnished everything, boat, motor, tackle for all for $20 a day, and guaranteed they would catch fish. Cost at the state operated Kenlake Hotel was only $25 a day for food and lodging for the entire family. 'One day we went crappie fishing and took 30 in a couple of lours on minnows in 12 feet of water," Dr. Lyon added. "Y o u would think it was spring at Ken- :ucky Lake the way the fish are biting." Overnight Fishing Trip An overnight fishing trip last week to waters on the Alton-Wood River Sportsmen's Club grounds near Pleasant Hill was enjoyed by :ive fathers and sons ranging in ages from eight to 12 years. Trot- ine fishing was the most' productive but was slow. Hand line ishing was poor. Trotlines were set out late in :he afternoon baited with pork iver and Wheaties doughbait. The boys and their fathers ran the ines up to midnight and each time took off a few catfish. No edible turbles were landed al- .hough many bit on the trotline. A Rube Goldberg invention tur- ,le trap conceived by Wade Ger;en of Wood River, failed to produce a single turtle. He used a lew wire trash burner floated vith an innertube upon which a balanced board led over the top of the wire basket. It was ballet but the turtles didn't try it. The group included Gergen's two sons, Bobby and Paul, John Hcintz, and sons, John and Joe Beacon Street, Bud Leoiwrd anc son, Terry, Grovelin St. and neph ew, Ronnie Archer, Rosewoot Heights, Hiirold Leonard and son Harold Jr., Linden Street, this writer and son, Harold Jr. Won Fishing Award William Oram, Bethalto, ha been named Master Angler of thi Province of Manitoba, Canada. H< earned the title when he lande a trophy northern pike from Kis sissing Lake In Northern Man! toba during a recent fishing trip His award winning fisli weighe 18 pounds, seven ounces. Oram receved a bronze Mas ter Angler badge and certificat recording the event. Kississing Lake is north of Flin Flon, Man. and is reached' only by train o: airplane. Judge Will Review Track Bankruptcy CHICAGO (AP)—Tlie contestec bankruptcy sale of Aurora Down race track has been taken unde advisement in federal court. Judge Michael L. Igoe of U.S District Court heard argument Wednesday that he approve tin sale because a purchase agree ment by Chicago industrialist Ti tus Haifa expired May 30. A plan for liquidation of th track's assets—calling for sale o the track to Haffa for $1.2 million —was approved last month by F Donald Delaney, a Joliet bank ruptcy referee. Several unsecured credi tors, however, said they would receive a settlement of only 5 cents on tlie dollar and objectec to the sale. In court Wednesday, an attor ney for Sportservice, Inc., refresh ment concessionaires, one of th< creditors, argued that the indus trialist would in effect get the track for $^0,000. Tlie attorney, Edward Kelly said two building sites on the 121 acre grounds are worth $850,000 One site is suitable for a shopping center, he said, because of a 23 acre frontage along Illinois 31. Wayland Cedarquist, attorney for tlie present owner of the track—Northern Illinois Develop ment Corp.—said he feared tha Haffa might exercise an option to withdraw his offer and urgec Judge Igoe to approve the sale Cedarquist indicated that ai earlier offer for tlie property was lost because of extended litigation Princeton holds a 28-4 edge in its football rivalry with Columbia THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! DRAKE TIRE C mm. ••* ^^ m. B^ ikM«iKM« . .• _ __ ._ _. • • ™f" 1214 E. BROADWAY ALTON'S SAFETY CENTER HO 5-8897 SUNDAY AUG. 11 AN» EVERY SUNPAV FENDER BENDERS • AMATEURS • MODIFIED RACES Time Trials 7:30 P.M., Racing 8:30 P.M. Godfrey Speedway ROUTE 67 3 MIUS NORTH OF ALTON Cubs Drop Another To LA Dodgers, 3-1 CHICAGO (AP)—The wins have caught up with the Saves tor ace •elief pitcher fcoti Perfftrtoski of the National LeagtieJeadliig Los Angeles Codgers. Southpaw Perranoskl notched its llth victory over two defeats n his 44th appearance Wednesday as the Dodgers won a clltf- ianger from the Chicago Cubs In he llth, 3-1. PerrnhosM hurled lie last 1 2-3 IntilngS in relief of strikeout star Sandy Koufax. 'Last year, I had a 6-6 record vilh 29 saves In 70 appearances," said the fireman who has played a vital role In backing up he Los Angeles big three of Koufax, Don Drysdale and John ny Podrcs. 'On the other hand, Ed Roebuck (recently swapped for Marv Breeding of the Washington Sena ors; came up with 10 wins and only four saves last year. "Now I have 11 wins and 10 saves which may be the way hings even up in baseball." Perranoskl, once a Michigan State roommate of Boston's Dick iladatz, American League rellel vhlz, also is a leader in aiiothei Dodger department. He owns six alpaca sweaters which retail for $65. "I like good sweaters,"' he explains. Perranoski's gain left a tough no-decision Wednesday for Kou fax, who pitched scoreless bal until the Cubs knotted the couiv in the 10th at 1-1. Perranoskl came in to halt tlie Cubs and won In the llth on Tommy Davis leadoff home run and an insurance run. But Kmifax (18-4) wrote himself Into tlie record book with li strikeouts which enabled Mm. to tic the National League record or three successive 200-stflkeoUt seasons. Koufax' current season jag of .10 whiffs also made him the first National loop left-hand- er ever to notch three 200-strlke. out seasons, Koufax and Dick Ellsworth /ought for nine Innings on even terms In a shutout, Then each yielded a run In the 10th before was summoned f / rom the bullpen. Llndy McDanlel absorbed tlie loss, faking his rcc- orcl 7-5. Ellsworth (15-7) allowed 7 hits, fanned 5 and walked only 1. Kou r fax also allowed 7 hits and walked 3. Tlie Cubs and Dodgers wind up their series today with Bob Buhl (9-9) facing Bob Miller (7-7). The White Sox whipped the A's al Kansas City as Pete Ward drove in three runs with a home run and two singles. The victory went lo Juan Pizarro, his 14th to match his previous season high, but he needed help from Jim Brosnan. Ward slammed a two-run home run in the first inning, singled during a four-run uprising in the sixth and drove In the final Sox run with his third hit in the seventh. Dave Nicholson's two-run double with the bases loaded was the big blow in the sixth inning. In the finale at Kansas City tonight, the Sox will send Gary Peters (10-5) against Dave Wickersham (8-9). Baseball Part Of Japanese Way of Life TOKYO (AP)-There's a stor> about a young-Japanese who wen lo the United States and was takei to a baseball park. "Why," he exclaimed, "they've copied tlie game from tlie Japa nese." His observation was an accu rate indication of how basebal has become a part of Japanese life in the 90 years since it was introduced to this country — by Americans. And today American ball players are playing importan roles in the sport in this baseball happy land. This season there are 25, in eluding five Japanese-Americans They generally draw salaries sev eral times above what they woul get in the States. The Americans who play bal here come to a country that i wildly enthusiastic about the game, to put it mildly. Kids and grownups swarm va cant lots on the four islands o Japan practically the year rounc with makeshift diamonds, gloves and bats. On the professional level, two six-team leagues — Centra and Pacific—rake in more money than any other entertainment. A crowd of 40,000 packing a stadium on a normal weekday is no rari ty. Last year, the two leagues drew a total of 9,600,286. Millions more followed the game via teievisioi and radio. Despite criticism from some Japanese fans and players, club owners still are trying to get more foreign players to Japan. They claim it is more profitable to con tract Americans with known rec ords than sign high school kids with unknown futures. Summers-Port Wins Sivim Duel The Summers-Port Swimming Club of Alton defeated the Dor :hester Swim Club of Belleville Tuesday, 187-154. In tlie 11-12-year.old boys' divJ- ;ion, Rigney of Dorchester won he 25-yard backstroke and placec second in the 25-yard breaststroke In the 1344-year-old boys' division, Dickerson of Summers- Port captured the 50-yard breast stroke, the 50 yard backstroke and inished runnerup in tlie 50-yard Hitterfly. In Ihe 15-16-17-year-old girls class, Voege was thrice a winner, copping the 50-yard freestyle, the 50-yard breaststroke, and the 50- ird butterfly for Summers-Port. Reid paced the 15-16-17-year-old »ys for Summers Port with a first in the 50-yard backstroke and a second In the 50-yard freestyle Lois Druf ke Leads Women's Golf by 1 SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-Pe- ending champion Lots Drafke of ..a Grange carried a seven stroke ead into today's final 18 holes of tie Illlnjewek tournament of the ilinois Women's Golf Association. In the opening 36 holes Weclnes. ay over the Oakcrest Country Club's par 34-40—74 epwse, Miss •rafke posted 73-7(h45J. Mrs. George Meador of Springfield was ecojwi with 83-75-158. One stroke behind was Kay Shaw, y Grange GOLFING NOTES WOOD RIVER WOMEN The event Wednesday morning for the Wood River Women's Golfing Association was low net. Winner of the first flight was Mrs. John Yates and Mrs. Omar Lyons won the second flight. LOCKHAVEN WOMEN The event Tuesday for women golfers at Lockhaven Country Club was Flag Tournament. In the 18-hoIe division, Mrs. M. E. Wilson was first, Mrs. T. Hutchinson second and Mrs. S. Zimmerman third. In tlie 9-hole division, Mrs. C. Heltz was first and Mrs. R. Ward second. Next Tuesday the event will be Victory Tournament. Politician HasBigHand In Title Bout By KENNETH WHITING Associated Press Staff Writer LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Nigeria's pugilistic politician was faced with two problems today in connection with Saturday's title fight between middleweight champion Dick Tiger of Nigeria and Gene Fullmer of West Jordan, Utah. He plans to solve them by: 1, Finding a new rain doctor, 2. Threatening this country's Boxing Board of Control with dismissal. Chief Jodeph Modupe Johnson, 51-year-old Cabinet minister with the labor and sports portfolios, announced Monday tiiat a "rain doctor" would be hired to see no showers dampened Liberty Stadium at nearby Badan during the fight. Johnson declined to name tlie rain doctor, but said today: '\Ve will have to hire another rain doctor in Ibadan so there will be no jealousy. My rain doctor is coming from Lagos and I want no rivalry." Rain doctor or no rain doctor, Lagos was drenched again Wednesday with three hours of heavy tropical rain, Jolinson's other problem arose when the boxing board refused him a license to fight a preliminary bout on the Tiger-Fullmer card. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound official startled the sports world a, few weeks ago by challenging Jack Toller, a retired professional heavyweight from Ghana, to a Tour-round match to prove "a man is not finished when he passes 50," : Johnson's wife reacted with the statement; "He is mad." And the boxing board reacted by declining to sanction the fight. Ghana's boxing control oommlu- sjon refused the Jfcensd for Toiler, who also is more than 50, but Johnson says his opponent IB due icre from Accra today. "TJjo ward has thwarted me so for but If. they continue to Interfere I shall dissolve them and appoint a caretaker committee," The battling Cabinet minister says he has been keeping trim by early .morning \vortauls and exeiv case in Ills office. 4 K Stanford beats California this il Uiejr football rivalry will l»e Ued. with 28 victories e a$, Tf« games were ties,

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