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Section 2 Page* 9*16 A rpf-viyr Tj 1 \TTpT\JT1\Jp AJLrUli Jl<'V Jililli \j Comic Sport* Classified <.» ' T"fr*TT Established January 15, 1836, / ALTON, ILL,, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1963 Per Copy Member of The Aerated Indiana G s Nudge Alton Lakers, 5-4 11,V THIS ASSOCIATED I'ttKSS Aincrl(!un League W. L. Pet. G.M. 72 40 64 40 63 50 64 53 56 60 54 58 54 64 51 61 .643 .566 8'/j .558 9Vi .547 .10'/i .483 18 .482 18 .458 21 .455 21 .450 .357 32 7V6 8% 9% New York Chicago . Minnesota Baltimore Cleveland Boston ... Los Angeles Kansas City Detroit 50 61 Washington ..41 73 Friday's Results New York 1, Los Angeles 0 Minnesota 5, Boston 3 Baltimore 7, Washington 1 Kansas City 5, Cleveland 1 Chicago 2-1, Detroit 1-3 (2nd, 10 innings) Today's Games New York at Los Angeles %N) Detroit at Chicago Boston at Minnesota Baltimore at Washington (N), Kansas City at Cleveland (N) Sunday's Gamca New York at Los Angeles Boston at Minnesota Kansas City at Cleveland Baltimore at Washington Detroit at Chicago (2) Monday's Games Boston at Minnesota Only game scheduled National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles .. G8 45 .602 — San Francisco 64 50 .561 4Mi St. Louis 63 52 .548 6 Cincinnati .... 63 55 .534 Chicago 59 53 .527 Philadelphia . 60 56 .517 Milwaukee ... 58 58 .500 Pittsburgh ... 57 57 ..500 11% Houston 45 71 .388 24% New York .... 37 77 .325 31% Friday's Uesiilts Cincinnati 8, Los Angeles 4 New York 7, Chicago 3 San Francisco 4, Philadelphia 0 Milwaukee 6, St. Louis 3 Houston 7-6, Pittsburgh 6-7 (1st 15 innings, 2nd 11 innings) Today's Games Los Angeles at Cincinnati (N) San Francisco at Philadelphia St. Louis at Milwaukee Houston at Pittsburgh (N) Chicago at New York Sunday's Games San Francisco at Philadelphia Houston at Pittsburgh Los Angeles 'at Cincinnati St. Louis at Milwaukee Chicago at New York (2) Monday's Games San Francisco at Philadelphia (N) Houston at Pittsburgh (N) Only games scheduled Springf eild Wins Connie Mack Game LAMAR, Colo. (AP) — Spring field, 111., has won its first-rounc game in the Connie Mack Grea Plains Baseball Tournament beating Casper, Wyo., Friday, 9-6 Springfield took command in the third with a five-run spree manufactured on six of the team's nine hits. They included thre doubles by Edward Welsh, Alai Guski and Ken Page. Springfiel pitcher Gerald Hamende strucl out 13 and walked two. Also winning were Des Moine over Las Animas, Colo., 5-1, La mar over Sedalla, Mo., 12-6 air Des Moines defeated Richfield Minn., 12-2 in a night game. By BOH GKI5I5N Associated Press Sports Writer A combination of knitting, hit- Ing and hexing did the job for Roger Craig. Roger's missus tended to her icrvous knitting, Jim Htckman ended to the hitting and Manager Casey Stengel tended to the hex- ng. The end result was. enough o have Craig chortling: "It's over. Oh, man, it's over." That was the veteran right- lander's grateful comment Friday light after the New York Mets lad pulled out a 7-3 victory over Chicago in the last of the ninth, napping Craig's personal 18- game losing string that stretched Roger Craig Finally Snaps Losing Streak back to April 29. The streak equaled the National League record and Was within one of the major league mnrk of 19. To escape that dubious record, Craig traded his regular uniform number, 38, for No. 13. His biggest assist came from Hickmun, who hit a grand slam homer on a 3-2 pitch with the score tied and two men out in the bottom of the ninth. Casey got his hand in, too. When Cub relief pitcher Lindy McDaniel was winding up for the climactic 3-2 pitch, 01' Case gestured wildly in the Met dugout, waving his crossed fingers at the pitcher in the classic baseball Butts Continually Denies Charges By DON MCKEIT ATLANTA (AP) — Wally Butts, ormer athletic director at Georgia, climaxed the first week of lis $10-million libel trial with repeated denials of charges that he iclped rig last year's Georgia- Alabama football gome. Butts, 58, who will return to the stand next week, testified Friday ie never betrayed his school and Bears Open Exhibition With Giants By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS The New York American Foot- jail League club has a new name, a new owner, a new coach,,, and a considerably shuffled roster. Only the result remains the same. The Jets, making their new- name, new-look debut under Coach Weeb Ewbank, took a 17-0 :acing from, the Houston Oilers Friday night at Shreveport, La,, in one of two exhibition games on the pro football schedule. While the Jets were acting like the old Titans, the defending AFL champiqns, now the Kansas City Chiefs,- whipped the Buffalo Bills 17-13 in the other game. . Ten of the 14 National Football League teams swing into action today in one day game and four night games. The American League winds up its second weekend of exhibitions with Boston al San Diego today and Denver al Oakland Sunday. Fans will be paying special attention to the Green Bay Packers in their Miami game with the Pittsburgh Steelers to see how the Packers react from their upse by the College All-Stars last week With Ray Nitschke back in action and another week of practice, the Packers are expected to show vast improvement. It will be Buddy Parker's first look at his new Steelers under fire. Among Parker's problems are finding the right replacement for the late Daddy Lipscomb. denied any knowledge of alleged ;ambling activities of two friends. On the stand for about three lours, Butts denied charges in a March issue of the, Saturday Even- ng Post which said he gave inside information onGeorgia's team o coach Paul (Bear) Bryant of Alabama. His suit against Curtis Publish- ng Co., owner of the Post, re- julted from publication of the ar- icle and accompanying editorial notes. Attorney William H. Schroder said Butts might resume testimony Monday. But Schroder said he intended :o call former Georgia coach and player Charley Trippi, a St. Louis Cardinals coach, and professional player Lee Roy Jordan, All-America center at Alabama last season. sign of "putting on the hex." And while it was all going on Mrs. Craig sat in the stands, nervously knitting away at a furious rate. Elsewhere, Cincinnati chased in five unearned runs and beat the first-place Los Angeles D<dgers 8-4 while second-place San Francisco blanked Philadelphia 4-0, cutting the Dodger margin to 4% games. Milwaukee beat St. Louis 6-3 and Pittsburgh and Houston split a doubleheader that lasted more than 7% hours and ended at 2:30 a.m. Pittsburgh time. The Pirates won the second game, 7-6 in 11 innings after Houston had won 7-6 in 15. Two errors by Dodger third baseman Jim Gilliam opened the way for six Cincinnati runs in the sixth inning, five of them unearned. Gene Green doubled in one run after Gilliam had booted a potential double play grounder and Leo Cardenas singled in another. Another Gilliam error let in two more and Vada Pinson singled in the last two. Joe Nux- hall was credited with the victory but needed relief help from Al Worthington when the Dodgers rallied for three in the ninth. Houston won the opener a Pittsburgh when Howie Goss slid under Bill Mazeroski's high throw with the tie-breaking run in the 15th. Hal Woodeshick, who allowed only three hits after coming on in the eighth, was the winner. Bob Clemente's bases loaded single broke up the second game and gave reliever Al McBean his 12th victory in 15 decisions. Only abou 500 fans remained in the park when the doubleheader finally ended. Rain Washes Out B Games AtWatertower The two scheduled games In he Amateur Softball Association Class B Tournament at Water- .ower Park Friday night were postponed because of wet grounds. Three games will be played tonight. At 6:30, the Steelwofkers meet Whltelaw Baptist of Wood River in a losers' bracket game. At 7:45, Brighton makes its tourney debut against Bushy's. And, at 9 o'clock P. N. Hirsch of Kane goes against East St. Louis. Sunday night two games will be played. In the first game, at 7:30, Watertower plays Gillespie and at 9 o'clock winner of the Brighton-Bushy's contest plays the winner of the Hirsch-East St. Louis game. Butt's testified he did not know what Georgia's game plan was for the encounter with Alabama last year. Alabama won 35-0. He said he had tipped off a Seorgia defensive coach that Alabama probably would stress a certain formation. Errors by Jeorgia's sophomore players were costly in that game, he said. Little Leaguers Meet for Title DOWNERS GROVE, 111. (AP) —Prospect Heights and Naperville will meet today for the Illinois Little League Baseball Championship. Prospect Heights reached the finals Friday night with a 3-2 victory over Harvey American. Greg Luzinski of Prospect Heights singled home two runs and Frank Patski hit a home run for the winning margin to enable their team to advance to the finals against Naperville which clubbed nine home runs Thursday to win a finals berth. The winner between Prospect Heights and Naperville will advance to the regional tournament in Canton, Ohio, Aug. 15-17 with the winner of that affair making the Little World Series in Williamsport, Pa., beginning Aug. 19. Yanks' Mound Staff Performs Brilliantly American Lealue Batting (250 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston, .335; Rollins, Minnesota, .315. Runs — Allison, Minnesota, 73; Kaltne, Detroit, 70. Runs batted in — Kaline, Detroit, 75; Stuart, Boston, 74. Hits—Yastrzemski, Boston, 135; Kaline, Detroit, 130. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 32; Causey, Kansas City, 29. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, and Hinton, Washington, 11. Home runs—Killebrew, Minnesota, 26; Stuart, Boston, and Allison, Minnesota, 25. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 27; Hinton, Washington, 19. Pitching (10 decisions) — Bouton, New York, 15-5, .750; 'Radatz, Boston, 12-4, .750. Strikeouts — Sunning, Detroit, 144; Stigman, Minnesota, 137. National League Batting (250 at bats) — Groat, St. Louis, .341; Clemente, Pitts burgh, .333. Runs—Aaron, Milwaukee, Mays San Francisco, and Flood, St Louis, 82. Runs batted in—Aaron, Milwau kee, 93; White, St. Louis, 81. Hits—Groat, St. Louis, 158; Pin. son, Cincinnati, 150, Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 33; Pinson, Cincinnati, 32. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 12; Brock and Williams, Chicago, and Callison, Philadelphia, 8. Home, runs — McCovey, San Francisco, 33; Aaaron, Milwaukee, 31. Michigan Golf Course Proves Tough Layout BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (AP —In its debut in big-time goU Point O'Woods course here hare by Lake Michigan is making name for itself as a tough layout With 72 holes completed and match play at hand today in the 61st Western Amateur Tourna ment, Point O'Woods had yielded only one par score. Don Voth of Akron, Ohio, win won the medal Friday with a 10-over par 294, attested to thi course's challenge. "It's the hardest one I've eve: played," Voth said. Voth made his last two qualify ing trips over the par-71, 6,943 yard expanse in 72-75 to go with a previous 74-73 as he missed par on four attempts. The Ohioan won the medal bj our strokes but his total was the ighest in the nine years of the Vestern Amaeur's 72-hole quali ication system. The 310 scor that permitted qualifying was the jghest in the tourney's history The previous high was 301. The 16 survivors headed into a match play program of tw rounds today which lead to semi finals and finals Sunday. Voth's upper-bracket opponen vas Pete Green of Orchard Lake Mich., who qualified with 306. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League New York (Ford 16-6 at Lo Angeles (Chance 10-12) (N) Detroit (Lary 2-5) at Chicag Hebert 10-6) Boston (Wilson 9-12) at Minne sota (Stange 4-3) By MIKE RATIIET Associated Press Starts Writer Oh, how Ralph Houk suffers. First Mickey Mantle gets mangled, then Whitey Ford gets mauled. And the New York Yankees play catch-me-if-you-can with the rest ot the American League. Since Ford was bombed put at Washington and became Houk's latest problem, Stan Williams has pitched, a one-hitter, Al Downing a three-hitter, Ralph'Terry a six- hitter an4 Jim Bouton a five- hitter. The opposition has scored two runs—one earned, It's enough to turn Houk's gray hairs brown, Bouton'e 1-0 victory over the LOB Angeles Angela Friday night was hie 15th triumph and fourth shutout. It Increased the Yankees' edge to 8ft games over the second-place CWcag9 white Sox The White Sox won' the opener of, a twl-nlght d.oublehea4?P. with, Detroit H on CamllQ Carreon's stonMed to ft 84/KWlWtag «lgh|- Up Victory ftlthQUgh, two •unners were thrown out at the date and another was cut down it third during the winning rally. Jim Perry's four-hit pitching and three home runs gave third- ilace Minnesota a 5-3 decision >ver Boston and dropped the Red Sox into sixth place with their seventh consecutive defeat. Russ Snyder drove in three runs in Baltimore's 74 victory over Wash Ington and Kansas City defeated Cleveland 5-1 behind Moe Drabow sky's three-hitter, Bouton, now 15-5, got the only run he needed in the second MV ning when Joe Pepitone raced homo on John Blanchnrd's sacrifice fly. That tagged Don kee with the loss, The victory was the Yankees' fourth straight and deal the Angels thelv fl'th consecutive defeat, Cai'raon singled home the dec! give run lor the White Sox in the fourth inning of the opener, fiddle Fisher got the victory, allowing only two. hits alter taking .over wbj|n JeeJ Horlen Buffered $' injury at tost vith Detroit's Norm Cash in the ourth inning. Rocky Colavlto, who hom,ered n both games, got the Tigers started with a walk in the 10th lining of the nightcap but woum up thrown out at the plate as he ried to score on Don Wert'h jrounder, Cash, who had singled Behind Coluvito, was tossed out at home on Bill Freehan's bouncer before Bubba Phillips stroked a two-run single mid was cut down trying to reach third- Baltimore (Roberts 11-9) Washington (Daniels 3-8 (N) Kansas City (Segui 6-4) a Cleveland (Latman 6-7) (N) National League Los Angeles (Drysdale 14-12) a Cincinnati (Purkey 5-7) (N) San Francisco (O'Dell 11-6) Philadelphia (Bennett 4-1) St. Louis (Burdette 8-9) at Mi waukee (Lemaster 8-7) Houston (Nottebart 6-4) at Pitts burgh (Cardwell 8-12) (N) Chicago (Jackson 12-10) at Ne\ York (Cisco 7-10) BASEBALL HEROES Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinnati, and Wills, Los Angeles, 25. Pitching (10 decisions)—Perra noski, Los Angeles, 11-2, .846 Koufax, Los Angeles, 18-4, .818.' Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Ange les, 210; Drysdale, Los Angeles 188. Duvalillo Returns CLEVELAND (AP)-The Cleveland Indians said Friday night Vic Davalillo, sensational rookie centerfielder who has been out of action since June 12 with a broken arm, has been put on the active list and may start Saturday night against Kansas City, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING-Juan Marichal, G ants, recorded his 18th victory moving into a tie for high in th majors, and fourth shutout b checking Philadelphia on seve nits in 4-0 triumph. BATTING-Jim Hickman, Met. hit grand slam homer on 3-2 pile with two out in last of ninth fo 7-3 victory over Chicago Cubs tha ended Roger Craig's consecutiv game losing streak at 18. Last Itining i Rally Short By One Run BULLETIN OSIIKOSM, Wls. (Special) — The Alton Lakers weiw eliminated by Milwaukee this morning when they lost, l-o. In an earlier game, Pokln, 111, ousted Louisville, 8-0. HILARIOUS HOME-COMING NEW YORK—Jim Hickman of the Kanehl. The 7-3 victory over the Chi- New York Mets gets a home plate wel- cago Cubs at the Polo Grounds in New come due a hero who has just won the York last night was a big win for Craig game with a last-out ninth inning grand since it ended an 18-game losing streak, slam home run. The grinning Hickman A policeman hustles in to take care of a is in the center here, with Rod Kanehl, couple of fans who are helping cele- 10, and pitcher Roger Craig, behind brate. (AP Wirephoto) Craig Made Sure Mate Touched Plate NEW YORK (AP)—When Roger Craig rushed from the New York Met dugout toward the plate Triday night, he didn't do it to congratulate Jim Hickman on his ;ame - winning, streak-ending, ninth-inning grand slam homer that beat the Cubs 7-3. "The first thing I had in mind," Craig said, "was to make sure he touched home plate. I'd have :ackled him to make him do it if I had to." Hickman's homer, a soft fly that glanced off the Scoreboard in left Eield, came on a 3-2 pitch from Chicago Cub relief man Lindy McDaniel with the bases loaded, two out and the score tied in the bottom of the ninth. It gave Craig, who went the distance, his first victory since April 29 and ended his 18-game losing string, which had matched the longest in National League history. He was just one away from the major league record of 19, set by John Nabors of the Philadelphia A's in 1916. Craig is now 3-20 for the season. Calumet Park Loses Little League Tilt CHICAGO (AP)—Dayton, Ohio, and Grand View, Ind., meet today for the North Regional Senior Little League Baseball Cham pionship. Dayton advanced to the finals with a 7-1 victory over Calumet Park, 111., Friday after the Indiana team had squeezed by Dei Moines, Iowa, 2-1. Southpaw Bob Granson limited Calumet Park to six hits and struck out 10, getting all the support he needed from teammate Dale Sears who hit a three-run homer in the fifth inning. NBTMEN FAIL TO DRAW NEW YORK W) — Indoor tennis drew only a sparse crowd of 4,612 to Madison Square Garden in May when Rod Laver upset pro champion Ken Rosewall, 6-0, 6-3. When the pro netmen were here in January they drew 10,100 despite a newspaper strike. "It's not as good as it was five or six years ago," says Rosewall, regarding the drawing success of the tennis tour. "But we think we will come out all right." Cards Blow Chance, Lose At Milwaukee OSHKOSH (Special) — The Alton Lakers girls Softball team lost their opening game In the 1963 West Central Regional Tournament Friday night, dropping a heartbreaking 5-4 decision to Richmond, Ind. The game was played in chilly weather under overcast skies. A strong wind prevailed most of the game. The loss sent the Lakers Into the losers' bracket where they met Milwaukee this morning In a game that started at 10:36. * Bev Conaway pitched all the way for the Lakers, but she was the unfortunate victim of a fielding miscue in the third inning by one of her teammates. Miss Conaway struck out five and walked four while giving up eight hits. Bonnie Barth went all the way for the Indlanans, giving up nine hits, striking out none and walking four. Richmond took a 1-0 lead in the first inning, but the Lakers came back with two runs in the bottom of the second. Three consecutive singles by catcher Lor- "I didn't think Hickman's ball lad a chance for a homer," Craig said, a big smile wreathing his usually dour countenance. "But when I saw it hit the Scoreboard, [ said, 'It's all over. Oh, man, t's all over.' " Craig, who had been sweating out the ninth in the Met dugout, rushed out to meet Hickman at the plate and told him, smiling, 'It's about time you did something big." Craig changed from his usual number, 38, to. No. 13 for the game, and may have received an assist from Manager Casey Stengel. When the 3-2 pitch to Hickman was coming up, 01' Case gestured wildly toward the Chicago pitcher, waving crossed fingers at McDaniel in the classic baseball sign of "putting on the hex." "It's hard to believe," Craig said after the dismal losing string had been broken. "I figured that was the way it had to be to win a ball game—a 3-2 count with the bases loaded, right down to the wire. "All that publicity had put extra pressure on me. This game was like pitching in a World Series. It's hard to believe I got that many runs." Alton Teams Falter atGC GRANITE CITY — The two Alton teams lost their opening games Friday night in the Illinois State Slow Pitch Tournament at Wilson Park. Mold Shop No. 2 was bombed by the host team, Bowland of Granite City, 27-8. Mold Shop No. 1 dropped a 14-3 decision to the Sportsman's Club of Madison. In the third game, Polish Hall of Granite City beat Ernie and Annie's of Madison in eight inn- ins, 12-8. This afternoon Mold Shop No. 2 meets Ernie and Annie's at 3 o'clock and at 4 o'clock Mold Shop No. 1 plays the loser of the East St. Louis-Spengler-Dewes (Granite City) game, which started at 1 o'clock. MILWAUKEE (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals lost their third National League game in a row at Milwaukee Friday night, 6-3, and continued to spiral out of pennant contention. Former Brave Lew Burdette, 8-9, who was demoted to the bull pen earlier in the week, will start tonight at County Stadium for the Cardinals against the Braves, young Denny Lemaster, 8-7. The Cardinals will be trying to salvage a victory after two straight osses to the last place New York Mets aand Friday night's loss to lie Braves. Bob Hendley held the Cardinals o five hits while Bob Gibson of he Cardinals lost his seventh ;ame of the season. Gibson has von 12. The Braves' Dennis M e n k e slammed a three-run homer, his enth, in the second. Bill White of the Cardinals agged Hendley in the fourth with lis 20th homer of the year. Catcher Tim McCarver singled and libson added a double to his own cause to set up two Redbird runs n the fifth. The loss dropped the Cardinals another full game back of the irst-place Los Angeles Dodgers vho stopped Cincinnati 5-4. Cardinals (3) Braves (6) layer 400 Player AB R H Javier 400 Maye 312 White 411 Boiling 300 Boyer 400 Aaron 300 James 400 Mathews 2 1 1 roat 401 Torre 4 1 0 Flood 310 Menke 422 vlcGarver 211 McMillan 200 Shannon 301 Crandall 4 1 1 Ibson 301 Hendley 300 Totals Inning: Cardinals 000120000—3 5 1 Braves 12300000 x— 680 *************** Jfi FULLY AIR CONDITIONED Jf OPEN BOWLING J ^ 35c Per Game J * ACME 32 LANES "ft 39 Yrar* on Broadway *************** * WEST COAST vs. MIDWEST DRAGSTER MEET! s A.M. _ _ _ TONY NANCY IN HIS AAD NATIONAL No, 1 DRAGSTER FROM CALIFORNIA v$, - LEO FURLA IN HIS B FD FROM CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS In a best a out of 3 match race! Both machines run consistently In the 8 soconil bracket, uo this will be an outstanding attraction! lUins made at 2-3 tuul 4 p.m.! ttegular admission prices! Regular Eliminator Money and ALTON DRAGWAY TAKli HOimniO KASX OF ALTON- VVW NORTH Off -WRSSttNPW* JJOAU BIO STOCK raine Burke, first baseman Jackie Hand and Star Travis sandwiched around a wild pitch that enabled Burke and Hand to move up a base brought the leading runs. Came the third inning and misfortune struck the Lakers. With two runners on, a ball was slashed to left field. Brenda Duke, the left fielder, tried for a shoestring catch. The ball got by her and rolled to the fence allowing all three runners to cross home plate with the go-ahead runs. Richmond added another run in the fourth inning for a 5-2 margin. The Lakers came to life again in the bottom of the seventh. Lea FolUs singled and Nornia Ims hit a pinch double to put runners on second and third. Scottie Freeman brought home Follis with a sacrifice fly and Ims scored later on an infield out. Defending champion Pekin was beaten Friday night as Forest Park (111.), the Chicago Metro champ, won a 1-0 thriller. JanesvUle (Wis.), the Wisconsin champion, played Oshkosh, the host team, in the third game Friday night. Jancsville beat Indianapolis, 3-1, and Oshkosh edged Louisville, Ky., 1-0, in Thursday night games. Winner of the meet goes to the World Tournament in Stratford, Conn. 31 3 5 Totals 123456789 28 6 RHE MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS Decatur 7, Fox Cities 3 Clinton 1, Burlington 0 Wisconsin Rapids 6, Quincy 5 (11 innings) Dubuque 10, Waterloo 8 Cedar Rapids 2, Quad Cities 1 (10 innings) Richmond (5) Player Stacker Charles Barth Wardman Smith Benner Jenkins Hubbard Jones Lakers <4) Totals Inning: Richmond Lakers AB R H Player AB R H 402 Follls 4 1 1 3 1 1 Lusby 100 4 1 2 Freem 301 1 1 1 Grlmsley 400 4 1 1 Burke 412 4 0 1 Hand 3 1 1 300 Travis 302 4 1 0 Conaway 201 300 Duke 000 Pack 100 Frlelds 100 Miller 000 IMS 111 30 S 8 Totals' 27 4 9 1234567 RHE 1031000—5 8 2 0200002—4 8 3 THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! SUNDAY AUG. 11 AND EVERY SUNDAY FENDER BENDERS • AMATEURS • MODIFIED RACES Time Trials 7:30 P.M., Racing 8:30 P.M. Godfrey ROUTE 67 ;5 NORTH OF ALTON

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