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AUGUST 14, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWBNTV«MMfc Amos Stagg ill Be 101 On Friday STCCKTON, Cnllf. (AP)-Amos Aionsw Stagg, the grand old man of football, will pass his loist birthday Friday. •Though Stflgg'fl senses are R rnd- nally talllHg as he lives in a Stockton, cdiwaieseent home, he's still alert enough to tccognlw faces fthd remember his players, ns NftVy Coach Wayne Hardln learned Tuesday. Hat-din, who played for SIHRR at then-College of The Pacific In 1947, visited the former Yale All- America before a civic birthday luncheon In Stagg's honor. "I shook hands with him and lie still recognized me," Hardln proudly told Ihe luncheon audience, "Me said to me, 'Wayne's a good boy,' and (hat's something I'll always treasure." A year ago Stagg appeared at his 100th birthday celebration but this time he could not. Stagg came lo Stockton In 1833 to coach at COP after his mandatory retirement from Ihe. Uni verslty of Chicago, whore ho coached for 41 yours. He retired from COP in 1947 helped his son nt Susquehamm for six yours, then returned lo Pacific as advisory coach. In I960..he wrote Coach Larry Kenlera: "it is with a deep feeling of regret that 1 will not IK able lo accept your Invitation lo come out for football practice this year. For the past 70 years I have been coach. At'98 years of age It seems a good time lo slop." Hambletonian Eligibles Run At State Fair SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Eight eligible 3-year-old lrotl:oi> for the Hambletonian are Includ ed in the nine starters in the $24,125 Review Futurity Thurs day at the Illinois Slate Fair. A favorite lo win the seconc oldest race for 3-year-olds in the country is Cheer Honey, a fas filly who has beaten the Hamble Ionian favorite Speedy Scot. >Sh has 4 firsts, 2 seconds and 1 thirc in 7 starts this year. Her fastes time Is 2.1 2-5. The Review Futurity long ha been considered a preview for the Hambletonian—which will be rui Aug. 2S at the Du Quoin Slati Fair. The Hambletonian, callec the Kentucky Derby of names racing, has a purse of $135,000 plus, half of. which goes to thi winner. Other Hamblotonian eligibles i; Thursday's race are Filter, 13-3 4-2; Donner Hanover, 10-6-4, als considered a favorite; Lucy's Vic tory, no wins this year but com ing up fast; Dorado, 14-6-0-3 standout stable male of Speed Scot; Captain's Boy, 7-3-1-1, wh has trotted in 2.04 4-5; Fearles Hanover and Glidden Hanover, The ninth horse is Victor. NKW YORK uh - Don Simla he nesv coach of the Baltimore "tolls, got the job because Carroll Rosenhloom, owner of (he club, aid ho wanted lo "give the game ack lo the football players." Rosonbloom is enthusiastic bout Ihr progress made by Sbu- in his first head coaching job. n their first pre-season game, lie Colls defeated Philadelphia 6-21. They play the Cleveland BrownS Saturday night In the sec- nd half of a doubleheader at Ilevoland. "Team spiril is vitally impor- anl in any game, especially In iro football," said Rosonbloom. 'II is important that all Iho play- irs want to play for the coach." Roscnbloom, who fired Weeb >bank last winter after the end >f the National Football League season and hired Shula to replace him, hud only the best to say for Iwbank, now coach of the New York Jots in Ihe rival American 'ootball League. Yale holds a series edge ove every Ivy League football foe. New Colts' Coach Pleases Owner By TIIK ASSOCIATED I'KKSS National League Balling (275 al bats) — Groat, SI, Louis, .343; Clemenle, Pittsburgh, .333. Runs — Aaron, Milwaukee, 87; Mays, San Francisco, and Flood, 11. Louis, 83. Runs baited in—Aaron, Milwau- ;ee, 90; White, St. Louis, 82. Hits— Groat, St. Louis, 163; Pinson, Cincinnati, 156. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 34; Pinson, Cincinnati, 32. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; Brock, Chicago, 9. Home runs — McCovey, San Francisco, 33; Aaron, Milwaukee 11. ' Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinna ti, and Wills, Los Angeles, 25. Pitching (10 decisions)—Perra ioski, Los Angelse, 11-2, .846; Ma loney, Cincinnati, 18-4, .818. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Ange Ics, 214; Drysdale, Los Angeles 201. American League Baiting (275 at bats) — Yastr zcmski, Boston, .333; Kalino, De troit, and Rollins, Minnesota, .311 Runs—Kaline, Detroit, and A lison, Minnesota, 73. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston and Kaline, Detroit, 78. Hits—Yastrzemski, Boston, an Kaline, Detroit, 138. Doubles—Yastrzemski,. Boston 32; Causey, Kansas City; 29. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota and Hinton, Washington, 11. Home runs—Stuart, Boston, 28 Killebrew, Minnesota, 27. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Ball more, 28; Hinton, Washington, 2( Filching (10 decisions) — Bou ton, New York, 15-5, .750; Radat: Boston, 12-4, .750. •• Strikeouts — Sunning, Detroi 147; Stigman, Minnesota, 144. SERVICE SPECIAL "Weeb believes that the coach supreme," he said. "I wantec set up committees of Ihc play rs lo handle fines for any In ractions," said Rosonbloom Weeb didn't think that was tht ! ay to handle it. "People said that we got rid o Voob because he used Lenny /loore ns an inside runner. Thn 'asn't Ihe case at all. I don' link Wccb was wrong In dolnt, ml. Shula is doing it too. 1 think 'on expecls lo let. Lenney run the ption play more than Woeb did "In fairness to Weeb, 1 do think /e would have done boiler las ear If il had not been for in irlos. Remember, we los /loore for six weeks. Roscnbloom said he had been nprossed by Shula since his day s a defensive halfback with Ihr Jolts. Black Hawks Start Sept. 9 CHICAGO (APi-The Chicago lack Hawks will open tbei •ninlng camp in SI. Catharines nl., Sept, 9. Thirty-two players will bo fight ng for 18 berths on the Nationa lockey League loam which wil e coached by Billy Reay, win ucceeded Rudy Pilous. Pilou vas fired afler the Hawks bie\ big lead in the final weeks c ie championship race and the vere eliminated in the semifinal f the Stanley Cup playoffs. The Hawks will opeh their Nil eason in Chicago Oct. 9, bi /ill play 10 exhibition games be ore the season opener. They wl neet the Toronto Maple Leaf wice and Detroit Red Wing wice on the exhibition scbedul The other games will be agains minor league teams. Oklahoma attracted 352,817 fan o its six home football games la all. Lake Erie Clainu Life Of Vmhlsmnn CLEVELAND fAP)-I^ke Erie, mown for its quick-changing fair and stormy moods, apparently ha.« ilafmed the life of a yachtsman n the Groat Lakes Star Yacht 'lass racing championship, A sudden squall Tuesday slirrer up waves on Ihe lake, swamping 20-fool sloop. Missing and pro sumed drowned was William An derson, about 50, of Wilmelle, III. a Chicago suburb. Anolhor crew member, Robert Jacobs, about 10, also of Wilmette, was rescued Winds were up to 50 miles at hour when six-fool-high wave? sank the boat about two miles offshore. Charles Jtidd, the yacht club'? fleol captain, who was in a boa narking the course of (ho race iust ahead of Anderson's sloop described I lie sinking. "We put a race marker out o our teat and I looked back anc saw the Anderson boat flounder ng. As the boat was rolling, thej el go of the 35-foot main mast They were shipping too much wa or and the bow came up. We re I'orsod our course, but by the time ,ve got there, Ihe boat had gone down." The Coast Guard, hampered b; •(High sens, gave up the searcl 'or Anderson Tuesday night, and was to resume today. Four Teams Begin Pony World Series ROCKFORD, III. (AP) — Four teams representing four sections of the country will open the second annual Junior Pony League World Series in Rockford Thursday. The double elimination lourna men! will end Sunday with the championship game. The teams are Parkersburg, W.Va., Birmingham, Ala., Richmond, Calif., and Rockford, III. The Lexon Athletic Club of Chicago won the title last year, but was eliminated by Oak Park, 111., in regional competition and Oak Park was Ousted by Rockford National Indoor Track Meet Slated SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—Three regional NCAA indoor Irack and field championships will be staged in February 19R4, says the executive committee of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, and a national championship will begin in 1965. The committee wound up n two- day meeting in San Francisco Tuesday by selecting Louisville, Ky.; Portland, Ore., and Lubbock, Tex., as sites for the regional meets on Feb. 28-29. Schedule conflicts preclude a national meet in 1964 hut one will be held in 1965 with qualifiers coming from regional and confer- once meets. The committee also decided, subject lo NCAA convention ratification, thai six or eight small colleges should battle for NCAA Ebvell Cut By Big Red LAKE FOREST, 111. — Jack El well, a (5-3, 200-pound offensive end from Purdue University, was released Tuesday by the St. Louis Football Cardinals as Wally Lemm 'lit bis squad to 52 players. 1'Jlwell, n sec'iiiid-yuar mini \\illi the Itijr Hod, saw limited action a year ngo as a split ond and flanker. The Cardinals meet the San Francisco 49ers at Salt Lake City Friday night and a number of rookies are expecled to see action. Bill "Thunder" Thornton of Nebraska is expected to see action at fullback as is Don Brumm of Purdue at defensive end. Veteran Joe Robb is ailing with a broken bone in bis right hand and Brumm will start in his place. Oilier rookies likely to piny against Jhc West Const squad include defensive liulfliueks Jerry Stovall of l^iiii.sianu State and Mimmy Burson (if Auburn, mid linebacker Larry Slallfngs of Georgia Tech. regional fooiball championships in 1964. The 10-man body said three or four regional title games are needed for Ihe smaller schools, who constitute, nearly lhroo-(|ii;ir- lers of the NCAA's football-playing membership. NCAA executive director Waller Byers said the NCAA's jurisdk-- lional dispute with the Amateur Alhlelic Union was discussed al length but the committee confined itself lo issuing only an informal word of support for the NCAA- backed federations in baseball, basketball, gymnastics and track and field. Decaliir IJurler Gels No-Hitter WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis. )ap) -Ollie Brown, a 19-year-old right- hander, hurled a no-hitter Tuesday night ns Decalur, 111., defeated Wisconsin Rapids, 8-0, in a Midwest League game. The <i-fool-:i, 190-pound Brown struck out 7 and walked 11 in veiling his record at 8-8. Brown also drove in four runs with two homo runs. The first | came in the fourth inning with two men on base and the second in the eighth with none on. Brown, a native of Long Beach, Calif., was an outfielder as a rookie with Decatur last season. This is the first season be has pitched. Decatur is a farm club of the San Francisco Giants. Betty Rhoads Paces Local Swim Team CRKVE COKUR, Mo. - Eight- yp;ir-old Unity Rhoads pared the 10-nnd-undpr «irls in the 50-yard DeBusschere Hurls First Shutout, 3-0 a 45.li to l-'ikc ;i first pinco gold medal at Ihe Second Annual Jewish Community Centers Association Novice Swimming Meet Tuesday. Miss Rhoads is Ihe (laughter of Mi. anr! Mrs Howard Rhonds, 32 Front mac, Godfrey. I'nl liiirrett was a double winner, placing "r«t I" the 13-11 buys' 100-ynrn Imek- sloko with n llmo of 1:12.5 and s oing second In thn atlfl- yalul Individual medley evcnf, Hie four * frolics In CHICAGO (AP) — Gangling rookie Dave DeBusschore made the pitching outlook for Iho rest of Iho season brighl for the White Sox Tuesday picked up ! ' 2 night as game on Chicago Ihc idle New York Yankees. DoHusschorc hurled a fi-hit .'!-0 victory over Ihe Cleveland Indians, moving Iho White Sox lo within 8'/a games of Iho Yankees, who were rained out in their game with Boston. II was DoBiissehoro's first games behind the pace • setting Los Angeles Dodgers, will send Larry Jackson (13-10) and Paul Toth (3-7) against the Phillies' Ray Culp (11-10) and Dennis Rennet! (4-2). The second-place jumped lo a White Sox -0 lend In thf first inning nt Comiskey Park on singles by Mike Hershberger and Nelson Fox and a sacrifice fly by Pole Ward. An error by shortstop Lnrr.v Brown and doubles by Fox and Ward accounted for the Other Slacks Okay, Now SYDNEY, Australia (AP)—British, Canadian and New Zealand women golfers have won the battle of the slacks at the sedate Royal Sydney Golf Club, where the Australian championship starts Friday. The club committee has granted the visitors special dispensation from its usually strict rules on dress. Terry Carpenter was also among Ihr medal winners with a third place in Ihe 10-and-under boys' 50-yard brcaststroke. Terry's lime wns 'Ki.O, edging out teammate Chris Slaughter who swam it in ;i 4G.1. Chris received a fourth place ribbon. Flflli place ribbons wont lo Pnll.V O'DiHinell, |;{.|.| girls' KHI-.vsird hrciislslrnkc; Murk Slaiitfhler In Ihc IM2 hoys' nil-yard butterfly; Judy O'Don- ' ni'll, sixth In |lu> ||.|2 girls' | iVI-yiird frcr.slylr mid .land i Slai'hle, sixth In Ihc I-M girls' ; 100-yard frec.slyle. Other Summorsporl swimmers participating in Ihe AAU sanctioned rneel wore Jeff Albcrs, Mary Ann Harney, Carol Novil- skie, Jean Hamtnet, Rickey Stooker, Douglas Mendenhall, Steve Albers, Todd Friedman, Carol Judy, Barbara Voege, Debbie Roberts, Ann Barocca, Kim Stec.h- or, Martha Rhoiicls, Florence jor league shutout ns he recorded lw " r| i ns in " 1P fi " h his third victory against four loss- Starling pitcher Jim Grant suf- os. Ho walker! only one batter. fererl his llth loss against 8 vlc- Tonighl. Joel llorlen <li-3> or ! lories. Early Wynn finished for Ray Horborl ill-fii will pilch 1 IIP.the Indians, second game of the scries against | Cleveland's Dick Donovan (7-K)i. The Chicago Cubs will resume National League action in a l\vi- night doublehoador in Philadelphia afler two consecutive open rial es. Allon Kepresenlcd INDIANAPOLIS — Alton will be represented at the "Big Go," the Ninth Annual Championship Drag Races here over the Labor Dny weekend, by one of America's oul- Ilammol, Don Roberts, Brian)standing drivers and machines. Dickcrson, Don Spellman and;He is Robert Ruby, 3531 Omega Kllen Arkis. Avo., driving a Gas Coupe. The Cubs, in fifth plai Champ Hats . . . Back-to-School naturally... # =: J<^ DAROJL/DfS MEN'S SHOP 17 Eastgate Plaza / East Alton, llltnou IS PRICE BUSTIH 1 DAYS! JACK & JERRY'S GIGANTIC Pre-Labor Day You can't make a better deal to save your life/ BRAKE ADJUSTMENT WE DO ALL THIS: Pull front wheels Adjust brakes to full contact Inspect wheel cylinders and grease seals Inspect front brake lining (front brakes wear faster) < Add brake fluid, If needed inspect and lubricate emergency' brake linkage FRONT-END ALIGNMENT WE DO AU THIS; f Correct Caster, Cambev ? 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