Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 16, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, August 16, 1963
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'TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Aljob^r ibU^os Alt-Wood, Granite City Win State Rappe Raps> Hurls; Lamb Turns Tiger *• The two winning pitchers to Thursday night's games stole the spotlight at Alt- Wood and Granite City \vort their opening games in tlie 1963 Class A Amateur Softball Association State Tournament at the Onized clubgrounds. Big fflji Rappe, 6-5, 235-pound- er, hurled and batted the Alt- Wood y Mterehants to a 7-0 win over the Bloomington Sectional Tournament winner, Laesch Dairy, in the opening game Thursday night. Rappe, who Won two games against no losses last year In the World Tournament at Clennvater, Pla., limited Laesch Dairy to four hits. At the pinto he collected two hits in three times at but, one of them a grand-slam homer in the bottom of the sixth when the Caseyville tourney runnerup erupted for six runs. Rappe struck out nine and didn't issue a walk. Laesch Dairy employed three pitchers in a vain etfort to curb the Alt-Wood attack, which produced six hits. Ageless Hoke Wilson, who admits to 43 years of age, was the starter for the Bloomington champs and lasted four innings until lifted for a pinch hitter. Alt-Wood scored a run in the third when Jolin Godar walked, stole second, moved to third on a wild pitch and scored on Glen Wintjen's single. Laesch threatened in the top of the fifth when it put runners on second and third with one out. But, Rappe bore down and struck out catcher Bud Hall and pinch hitter Gerald Hutchcraft. Alt-Wood loaded the bases with none out in the sixth. Russ Davis walked to force in a run and TWO-WAY THREAT GODFREY—Big Rip Rappe crosses er, hurled four-hit ball in blanking the home plate after hitting a grandslam Bloomington nine, 7-0. Congratulating homer against Laesch Dairy of Bloom- Rappe is second baseman John Boverie ington Thursday night in the Class A of the Merchants. In the left fore- State Softball Tournament at the Onized catcher Leo Metz of Alt-Wood, clubgrounds. Rappe, Alt-Wood's pitch- —Don Hayes photo. Stan Fincher also drew a free ticket to bring home the second Those Torrid Yanks Continue to Romp One Bad Pitch Costs Cards Full Game in League Race ST. LOUIS (AP)-One bad pitch run. Rappe strolled to the plate and promptly unloaded the sacks with a blast over the right center Scoreboard. It was all Howie Lamb for Granite City as the right- hander, a teammate of Rappe's two years ago at Decatur, gave Filwin, the Sullivan tourney third place team, two hits in a 4-0 win. Don Craft went all the way for Elwin, giving up six hits, striking out three and walking one. Shortstop Harold Royer was the hitting star for Granite City as ho banged out a triple and poked a homer over the left field fence asj leadoff batter in the top of the fourth. Granite City broke on top in the first when Ron Dillard doubled and scored on Art Borchers' single. Royer tripled to open the second. Jack Hinlerser lifted a fly to center and when it was dropped, Royer scored. Lamb totaled six strikeouts and walked three, as he upped his season's record to 26-5. The victory gives Granite City a 36-20 mark, winning 11 of its last 13 games. Alt-Wood's win sets up a "natural" Saturday night at 7:30 when the Merchants take on the host team, the Alton Jackson Chiefs, in the second of three games that night. Three more games are scheduled tonight in what was originally a 16-team field, but has now been trimmed to 12. In the first game tonight, Deland, the Sullivan tourney titlist, meets Southern Illinois Athletic Club of Cahokia at 7 o'clock. At 8:30, the She Kat Club of Peoria, the Peoria tourney winner, plays the Marissa winner, New Athens, At 9:45, Casey, the Sullivan run- nerup, goes against the Young Democrats, the Springfield winner. Saturday night three games are on tap. At 6 o'clock, Quincy, a winner over powerful Aurora this year, meets Hymbaugh Motors of Pekin, the Peoria runnerup. Following the Chiefs-Alt-W o o d game, defending state champion Peoria Palmer House and its pitching star, Bob Naab, meet the winner of the Casey-Young Demo- in the first inning spoiled an arm full of good ones in the next eighl frames Thursday as the St. Louis Cardinals lost to the Houston Colts, 4-2. Ray Sadecki delivered the pitch and the Colts' John Bateman took advantage of it by slamming a three-run homer into the left field bleachers. A single and a walk preceded the blast. "He got the pitch too high," said a downcast Manager Johnny Keane in simple explanation. Sadecki settled down after the first and gave up just one run before Ron Taylor and Sam Jones crats contest 9:45, at approximately Laesch (0) Alt-Wood (7) Player AB R H Player AB R H Kennedy 300 Wlmjeii 4 0 1 J. Detloff 300 Noll 3 1 M, Detloff 300 West 2 0 Kehl 300 Metz 3 White 3 0 1 Davis 1 0 Malln'wskl 1 0 1 Fincher 3 0 Brown 100 Boverie 2 0 Macphull 000 Godur 2 0 Arteman 000 Rappe 3 2 Collins 300 Hall 300 Wilson 1 0 J Hutchcraft 1 0 0 Totals Inning fcaesch 25 0 4 Totals 1234567 23 7 6 R H E 0000000—0 4 0 901906X— 7 6 0 / Alton Laker* (I) Rockettes (0) ABRH Mayer ABRH 400 Mfczzand 302 400 Rowe 300 .Freei.ian 'Onpfrw drfmilw Cona Hood Luiby Duke 400 Baumg'ner 300 3 0 1 Buecher 3 0 1 300 Decrevel 302 Spacher 200 Denny 1 0 0 300 200 2 1 2 Masscrang 200 300 Yost 100 Matyat* 0 0 Purfee 200 Calvary, 12th Street Win Church Titles Calvary walloped Main Street Thursday in the finals of the Junior Church softball championships, 21-4. Randy Pace was the winner. Saunders and Leavell banged three hits apiece for Calvary. Blaine took the loss and slapped two hits as did Harley for Main Street. Although losing its final game to Calvary, 11-1, 12th Street still captured the Senior Church league title with a 13-1 record. Taylor was the winner for Calvary as Bowman rapped a pair of hits. Graves and Bryant doubled for the 12th Street. In another Senior Church league game College Avenue defeated First Christian, 6-4. Winning pitcher Muchlman homered and singled twice. Grove took tlie loss and slammed a triple. Helming Will ~ Wrestle Here August 29 The Alton Junior Chamber of Commerce will be sponsoring Pro fessional Wrestling at West Junior High School on Aug, 29 at 8:15 p.m. John Paul Honnlng, 1958-59 American T. V, Champion, will bo In the ring against Stan Stiisiuk for the main event. It will be a hvo-out-of-three fall match with a 60-inlmite time limit. In the semi-finals, United States women's champ Kathy Starr will meet Jessica Rogers in a 2-out of-3 full match with a 45-minijte time limit. In the preliminary events, Roy Collins will meet Bobby Graham in a one fall, 30-mlnute time limit, match. Ray Gordon will tflke o|J Rock Hunter in a one fall match with a 20 minute time limit. Tickets for Professional Wrestling Matches are available from any Alton -Jaycee, Faulstich's Cigar Store, Drake Tires, Black's Sporting Goods, Midtown RestaU' rant, J$A Sprlngman Dumber Co., Robbie's Restaurant or at West Junior High School the night of the match. . took over and blanked the Colts from the sixth on. The Cardinals had several chances to neutralize Bateman's clout, but poor baserunning and an inability to get the big hit halted them. Colt starter Don Nottebart retired the first 13 men he faced before Ken Boyer broke the spell with his 15th homer in the fifth. Singles by George Altaian and Julian Javier and an error loaded the bases with one out, but pinch- hitter Gary Kolb and Curt Flood went out on infield rollers. The Cardinals had another chance in tlie seventh when pinch- hitter Charley James followed hits by Altman and Tim McCarver with a broken bat single. But McCarver failed to take advantage of a fumble by the leftfield- er on the play and held up at third. Then Nottebart again retired Flood on a tap infront of the plate to end the threat. The Cardinals open a big weekend series with the second-place San Francisco Giants tonight. Curt Simmons (10-6) of the Cardi- als is scheduled to face Juan Marichal (18-6). Houston (4) Player Fazio Staub Wynn Bateman Warwick Goss Aspro'nte Ullls Noltebart Cardinals (2) AB R H Player AB R H 5 1 2 Flood 400 320 Groat 4 0 1 400 White 400 3 1 2 Musial 400 301 Shannon 000 400 Boyer 4 1 1 401 Altman 4 1 3 402 Javier 3 0 1 4 0 1 Sawatskl 1 0 0 Woo'shlck 000 McCarver 4 0 1 Totals Inning: Houston Sadecki A-Kolb Taylor B-James Jones 30 4 9 Totals 1 0 0 1 0 0 000 1 0 1 000 35 2 8 123456789 RHE 300010000—4 9 1 Cardinals 000010100—2 & 0 By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer Mickey Mantle and Tony Kubek are benched with foot trouble Roger Marls has a sore hand You'd think the New York Yan kees would rattle along like a car without two front wheels. So Johnny Blanchard hits two home runs, including a first-in ning grand slammer, and drives in six runs. Hec Lopez and Phi Linz each bang a double and two singles. The super subs wind up with a total of eight hits and eight runs batted in a 10-2 blast of the Red Sox at Boston Thursday. As for Blanchard, the Sox would like to dump him in the Charles River. He doesn't hit for average in Fenway Park but when he doe: connect, the seats get an awful blasting. "I think I've only had six hits in this park in my entire career and five of them have been home runs," said Blanchard after he wrecked the Sox. His recollection is correct. Of the five homers, four won games. Johnny's grand slammer came in the Yanks' five-run first inning off Earl Wilson. With that fat cushion, Stan Williams won his second straight route-going job with a six-hitter, including Dick Stuart's 30th homer. The victory increased the Yankees' lead to 8Va games over the idle Chicago White Sox who found the surging Minnesota Twins just a half game behind in third place. Jimmy Hall, the Twins' candidate for AL Rookie of the Year honors, slammed three hits in* eluding his 20th home run, and drove in five runs in the home rout of the Orioles. Minnesota's Lee Stange went all the way on a nine-hitter and nine strikeouts to boost his record to 6-3. Don Mincher and Bob Allison also homered for the Twins. Butts Case Goes To Jury Monday, Motions Denied By DON MCKKR ATLANTA (AP)-Wally Butts, former Georgia football coach, ended testimony in his $10-million libel suit with a solemn declaration that he had told the truth in denying game-rigging charges by a national magazine. Closing arguments by attorneys began today with the case scheduled to go to tlie jury Monday after a weekend recess. Butts was recalled briefly Thursday and asked if he had told the truth. "That is the truth, sir," he replied. The 58-year-old former athletic director at Georgia said last Friday and again Monday he never betrayed his football team. He sued because of a Saturday Evening Post article which said he fed Georgia team secrets t Coach Paul (Bear) Biyant o Alabama. The Post charged that Butt and Bryant rigged and fixec the 1962 Georgia-Alabama gam which Alabama won 35-0. After Butts left the witnes stand, his attorney, William H Schroder Jr., said quietly: "Tha is our case, your honor." Major League] STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Chicago . Minnesota Baltimore Cleveland American League W. L. Pet. G.B. 75 42 .641 — 67 51 .56» 8'/i 67 52 66 56 58 62 .563 9 Boston 57 61 .483 18',i Los Angeles .. 56 67 Detroit 53 64 Kansas City .. 53 64 43 76 .455 22 .453 22 .453 22 .361 33 Washington Thursday's Results New York 10, Boston 2 Detroit 11, Kansas City 1 Washington 5, Los Angeles 4 Minnesota 13, Baltimore 3 Today's Games Detroit at Los Angeles (N) Baltimore at Kansas City (N) Washington at Minnesota (N) New York at Chicago (N) Cleveland at Boston (N) Saturday's Games Washington at Minnesota Cleveland at Boston New York at Chicago Detroit at Los Angeles (N) Baltimore at Kansas City (N) TRAP SHOOT Friday — 7i130 !»,«, TRI-CQUNTY RPP AND GUN CLUB Brighton, Ul National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles .. 70 48 San Francisco 68 52 St. Louis 66 54 .593 .567 .550 .528 .525 .517 .513 3 .501 ICHi .377 26 Cincinnati .... 65 58 Philadelphia . 64 58 Chicago 61 57 Pittsburgh ... 61 58 Milwaukee ... 61 60 Houston 46 76 New York .... 39 80 Thursday's Results Los Angeles 7, Milwaukee 5 Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3 Houston 4, St. Louis 2 Pittsburgh 8, New York 2 San Francisco (i, Cincinnati 3 Today's Games Los Angeles at New York (N) Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (N) Houston at Milwaukee (N) San Francisco at St. Louis (N) Chicago at Cincinnati (2 twi- night) Saturday's Games San Francisco at St. Louis Tough Field For YMCA Weight Meet Although the number of entrie is down somewhat from a yea ago, tlie caliber is definitely u for tlie Second Annual Summe YMCA Weiglitlifting Meet to b held Saturday at 1 p.m. Ted Frank of Belleville will be entered in the meet. Frank, who lifts in the 181-pound class, finished fourth in the senior nationals last year. Two Missouri Valley champ from Columbia will compete Leonard Friesz owns the title i (he 198-pound class and Art Tar water is the 132-pound divisioi champion. From Peoria, two YMCA stat champs have made the trip t Alton. Allan Smithers holds th heavyweight crown while Roi Millard is the best in 'the 165 pound category- Other entries include Frank McGraw of Alton, a local favorite who expects to break his own record in the heavyweight class, and Dennis Reed from the lllth Street YiHCA of Chicago who was one of last year's outstanding lifters in the 198-pound division, The price of admission at the Y is 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for students. Bukich Again Stars, Bears Beat 'Skins WASHINGTON (AP)-Rudy Bu kich saw his pants get shinier and shinier sitting on benches in Pitts burgh and Chicago while first string quarterbacks like Bobby \ayne seemed to go on forever But the 31-year-old former stai may have made the breakthrough to greater responsibilities anc glory in a couple of ordinary ex u'bition games. Last Saturday, Bukich took over n the second half for Billy Wade :he Bears' No. 1 signal-caller anc passer, and heaved two touchdown passes to John Farrington hat gave the Bears a 17-7 victory over the Eastern champion New York Giants. The veteran understudy came hrough in storybook fashion again Thursday night in a 28-26 victory over the Redskins at Washington. With the Bears trail- ng 23-21 in the last quarter, 3ukich passed for the big one, t was a 68-yard pass and run xnichdown play to Farrington again that put the powerful Bears n front for keeps. With Wade running the show the Bears romped off to a 14-0 ead in the first quarter but the Skins rocketed back with 23 points in the second quarter, 12 of them on touchdown passes by Morm Snead to Bill Anderson and Fred Dugan, This was the pro-season debut of the Redskins, who had the edge over the formidable Bears in every statistic but the score. Rifles 9 Shotguns * Pistols WE CARRY A 610 SELECTION OF USED GUNS - All Calibres — All Gauges WITTELS 204 STATE ST, "And we have completed ours, your honor," quickly responded Welborn B, Cody, chief counsel for Curtis. Both sides quickly moved for directed verdicts and the motions were promptly denied by Judge Lewis R. Morgan. Preceding Butts to the stand was Dr. Frank A, Rose, president of the University of Alabama, Rose was questioned at length about a letter he had written Dr. 0. C. Aderhold, University of Georgia president. In the March 6 letter, Rose said Bryant got information about Georgia football plays from Butts. "These were 'techniques,' " Rose said. "My letter was my best lay man's interpretation of what 1 thought Coach Bryant told me." Rose insisted Bryant never said he got inside information on Georgia's team from Butts, but tha the Alabama coach was trying to get interpretations of rules apply ing to defensive tactics. His letter, he said, was noi intended as a legal document but was an attempt to convey to Aderhold that there was nothing unethical exchanged between Butts and Bryant. Curtis introduced the letter in evidence in support of its claim that Butts gave Bryant detailed secrets of Georgia's team in a Sept. 13 telephone call, nine day: before the game. GODFREY — Leon Oltuppell, Granite City left fielder, is out at first base as Jim Sadoris of Ehvin reaches for the throw from second baseman Larry Clark in Thursday night's State Tourna- ALMOST, NOT QUITE incut same. Granita City, behind the two-hit pitching of Howie Lamb, whitewashed Elwln, 4-0. Granite City meets the winner of the Quincy-Pchin game at 1:15 p.m. Sunday.—Don Hayes photo. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (275 at bats) — Groat, St. Louis, .344; Clemente, Pittsburgh, .332. Runs — Aaron, Milwaukee, 90; Mays, San Francisco, and Flood St. Louis, 84. Runs batted in—Aaron, Milwaukee. 100; White, St. Louis, 84. Hits—Groat, St. Louis, 166; Pinson, Cincinnati, 163. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 35; Pinson, Cincinnati, 33. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; Brock, Chicago, and Gonzalez, Philadelphia, 9. Home runs — McCovey, San Francisco, 34; Aaron, Milwaukee, 32. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Ange les, 26; Pinson and Robinson, Cincinnati, 25. Pitching (10 decisions)—Perra- noski, Los Angeles, 12-2, .857; Ma- lOney, Cincinnati, 18-4, .818. American League Batting (275 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston, .332; Kaline, De- Runs— Knline, Detroit, Allison, Minnesota, and Tresh, New York, 74. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 85; Kaline, Detroit, 79. Hits—Yastrzemski, Boston 141; Kaline, Detroit, 140. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 34; Causey, Kansas City, 29. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, and Hinton, Washington, 11. Home runs—Stuart, Boston, 30; Killebrew, Minnesota 28. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 28; Hinton, Washington, 20. Pitching (10 decisions)—Radatz, Boston, 12-4, .750; New York, 17-6, .739, Carrollton Exams Monday CARROLLTON - Physical examinations for football players his season at Carrollton Community Unit High School have been scheduled for Monday at 9 a.m. at the high school. Players must have a physical examina- ion and pay a 510 insurance fee before being issued football equipment. The first practice this fall will be on Monday, Aug. 26 when a double practice session will be icld. One will be at 7 a.m. and the other at 6 p.m. The coaches for this season are Jerald Ditman, head coach, with -Jarry Sweet and Jerry Overby as his assistants. Lakers Take League Championship Again CASEYV1LLE.—The Alton Lakers girls softball team captured tlie championship of the Twilight League Thursday night for the second straight year, edging the Collinsvllle Rockettes, 1-0. The Lakers, state champions this year, annexed tlie title in 1962 in their first year of existence. i,Bev Conawny, the mainstay of the Laker pitching staff, Speedy Scot Breaks Stride, Still Wins YONKERS, N,Y. (AP)—Speedy Scot has lost none of his luster as favorite for the Aug. 28 renewal of the 5135,000 Hambletoni- an at DuQuoin, 111. But anothei serious rival has turned up in Glidden Hanover. While Speedy Scot was winning the $135,127 Yonkers Futurity Thursday night after breaking stride soon after the start of the one-mile test at Yonkers Race way, Glidden Hanover got into tlie picture by taking the $24,125 Re view Futurity at Springfield, 111. Glidden Hanover, owned by K D. Owens and R. D. Ricketts o Houston, Tex., finished 2-1 in the two-heat affair. Cheer Honey, filly from tlie Donner Stable, was 1-2 but Glidden Hanover's win ning time of 1:59 2-5 gave him the nod. Cheer Honey won the heat in 2:02 2-5. The race was on a mile track, the same size as the Du- Quoin oval. On Yonkers' half-mile track Speedy Scot was clocked in 2:0; 3-5, only three-fifths of a seconc off the track record for 3-year- old trotters. Speedy Scot's 1:59 2-5 over Vernon Downs' six-furlong track is the fastest time fort he age this year. Speedy Scot gave his backers n the crowd of 26,153 at Yonkers Raceway another big scare when e broke stride at the very start, The strapping bay son of Speed' ster-Scotch Love, by Victory Song, arought a tremendous moan from the crowd, but Ralph Baldwin quickly got the colt back on gail and he pulverized his seven rivals to take the $75,320 purse. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Detroit (Lolich 4-6) at Los An- ;eles (McBride 12-8) (N) Baltimore (McNally 4-5) at Kansas City (Pena 8-16) (N) Washington (Daniels 3-8) at Minnesota (Pascual 14-6) (N) New York (Ford 17-6) at Chicago (Pizarro 14-6) (N) Cleveland (Latman 7-7) at Boston (Heffner 2-3) (N) National League Los Angeles (Podres 11-8) at New York (Craig 3-20) (N) Philadelphia (Short 4-9) at Pittsburgh (Gibbon 5-7) (N) San Francisco (Marichal 18-6) at St. Louis (Simmons W6) (N) Chicago (Ellsworth 16-7 ant (Hobble 6-8) at Cincinnati (Purkey 5-8 and Jay 4-16) 2, twi-night. Houston (Drott 2-9) at Mllwau kee (Cloninger 8-6) N Granite City Western Rotqry HORSE SHOW SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 ,1 p.m. TR1 CITY SPEEDWAY Highway 3 el Mitchell, III, 2,QOO Comfortable Seats, Plenty ol Free 1'arkin*. Speedy Scot, champion 2-year- old trotter of 1962 when he captured 14 of 19 starts and $90,796, recovered within an eighth of a mile. First he put away Valid Hanover, then he caught Florlis, and finally with three-eighths of a mile to travel, he challenged the leader—Diggs Dell. Diggs Del, driven by Johnny Patterson, folded under pressure, went into a break himself, and Speedy Scot took it from there. Alton Might Lose Lakers To Caseyville It has been revealed that the Caseyville VFW has made a bid to take over sponsorship of tlie Alton Lakers girls softball team next year. Tlio Caseyville post would sponsor the Lakers in every capacity including traveling expenses, new uniforms and equipment. The team would play at Caseyville. Officials of the Lakers' team will meet with the Caseyville ;roup in the near future to discuss the proposal. The Lakers have been using Watertower as their home field this year. Last year tho Lakers were formed and captured the championship of the Twilight League. Thursday night they repeated us champions by nipping Collinsville, 1-0, at Casey- vlllo. The Lakers are also this year's state champion, having won tlie crown in Decatur and later' competing in tlie National Regional at Dshkosb, Wis. where they lost heartbreakers, 5-4 and 1-0. was In fine form Thursday night as she limited the Knck- ettcs to three hits, striking out night and walking two. Georgia Yost was the loser, giving up five hits, striking out two and walking none. The two teams, had tied for first place during the regular season play, necessitating the championship playoff game. Both went into the contest with 16-4 league records. Only two Collinsville runners got as far as' second base against Miss Conawny. The only run of the game came in the fifth inning. Lynn Lusby led off with a safe bunt. Brenda Duke bunted and both runners reached base when Miss Lusby beat the throw to second. Lea Follis followed with another safe bunt to load the bases. Star Travis, the next batter, popped up behind first base. Col- linsyille purposely let the ball drop, trying to lure runners off base. When the Rockette first and second baseman had trouble picking up the ball, Miss Lusby broke for home and beat the throw for the winning tally. League playoffs start tonight with tho Lakers meeting Venice at Watortower at 8:30.' Venice finished third In the league. At Collinsville Monday night, Wood River's Royals, the fourth place finisher, meets the Rock- ettes at 8:30. The two winners meet for the playoff title.. Granite City (4) Elwln (0) Player ABRH. Player ABRH Dlllard 4 2 2 D; Clark 301 Champion 3 0 0 J. Jacobs 200 Bain 200 Sndorls 300 Borchers 301 Tomllnson 200 Brokaw 301 Craft 300 Royer 322 Carroll Hlnterser 3 0 0 L. Clark 301 200 Chappell 3 o 0 D .Jacobs 200 Robinson 0 o 0 Hodge 200 Lamb 300 Totals 27 4 6 Totals 22~0~2 Inning I 2 ,1 4 5 B 7 RUE Granite City 1101100—4 6 0 Elwln 00000 00— 022 Winchester Football Team Wants Game WINCHESTER. - Winchester High School football team is looking for a football game on Oct. 18. Any team Interested in playing the Illinois Valley Conference school may contact the high school. Winchester will play at home or away. THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! SUNDAY AUG. It AND EVERY FENDER BENDERS • AMATEURS • MODIFIED RACES Time Trlaji 7:30 P.M., Racing 8:30 P.M. ROUTI H 3MIUSNQRTH W ALTON

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