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Sectfon Established January 15, 1830. TON EVENING TELEGRAPH Comic Clttnified ALTON, ILL., SAtURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1963 7c per Copy Member of The Associated Press, Chiefs DclBhd, She-Knl Club of Peorin nnd the Young Democrats of Springfield ported victories Friday night in the Chun A Amateur Softball Associnlion State Tournament at the Onized Clubgrounds. Delnnd blanked Southern Illinois Athletic Club of Cahokla in the fit-st game of the evening, B-0. The She-Kat Club of'Pcoria flexed Us muscles and Hpped Now Athens, 13-1, in the middle contest nnd the Springfield Young Democrats brought the three- game session to a close with a 2-0 whitewash of Casey. Tonight three inoro games' HIT, mt tap with Hint; of dm nrlgliml in-teatn field rcninln- IfiR, At 0 o'clock, Qnlnry And I'ekln iiinko tlmlr toiintcy de- tiut. At 7i,10 Dm All'on Jackson Chiefs, Imri Icniu, take on All-tt'ood ntid nt I) o'r.loek defending state clmliiplon t'norln J'alinor lloimn goes ngrtlHut dm Young Democrats. It was all Bill Sprague for Deland Friday night. The hefty pitcher gave SIAC one hit, a two- out single by Wnlly ;Weslbrook In the sixth inning. Sprague wound up striking oul 10 and walking tWO. •: Clclus Sdnvflcgcl went all tlic way for SIAC. Deland got to him for a run in the fifth, but broke the game wide open with five runs In the seventh frame. Dick Gadbury led off the inning with a home run. Mis mates took the cue and scored lour more runs. Big blows in the inning were two straight doubles by Frank May and Jim Freeman. Schwaegel struck out four and walked the same number. Four errors by SIAC aided be- land's cause. The Shc-Knt Club pounded out four hotncrN nnd snored eight runs In Hie first two In- in State Tournament hliigs In ovnnvttlinliig Athens, the Mnrissn Kcgtoiml tourney ulnner. Meanwhile, righthander Charlie CHeesmnn of the Pcoria club was having little difficulty with Now Athens. At game's end he had totaled 16 strikeouts and walked throe while giving up two hits l3y the time New Athens managed a run, the She-Kat nine had built an 11-0 bulge. Two-run homers were hit by catcher Len Llngenfcltcr and shortstop Jack Finnoy in the first Inning as the Kat club scored fourj times. The Peorians scored four more limes In the second frame-with second baseman Larry Croclani clubbing a two-run homer over Ihe fence. The fourth Inning found She-tint coming back ullli three more urns, tx-ft fielder Don tinnnnn lilnslcd nil- other two-run homer. Lihgenfeller had a perfect night at the plate, 3-for-3, including a double and single. Carman, Fin ncy and Crociani each had two hits, Three pitchers were used by New Athens in a futile attempt to still the potent bats of the Peoria sluggers. Ed Fotzer started nnd lasted one inning. Lee Phillips relieved him in the second and Lile ReUss rescued Phillips in the fifth. The three New Athens hurlcrs combined for just three strike outs and walked hut one. They gave up 12 hits. Ducky It e e d rlghtimnded Cnsey out of the (niinmmcnt \vlth a brllllnnt one-hit job. the lone safety was garnered by shortstop Jack Christman with one out In the bottom of the seventh. Reed struck out 14 and walked two. Jim Melhorn absorbed the loss, giving up six safeties, striking out PUNT RETURN BETHLEHEM, Pa.—Ted Dean, full- (73), and Jack Simpson (47) of the back for the Philadelphia Eagles, car- Steelers made the tackle. The Eagles ried this Pittsburgh Steelers 1st quarter and Steelers met in an exhibition game punt back to the Eagles 32-yard line, at Bethlehem, Pa., Friday night. (AP Bob Schmitx (67), Frank Atkinson Wirephoto) Billy Casper Close Behind At Hartford HARTFORD, ' Conn. (AP)—The way they're bunched, it looks today as though the $40,000 Insurance City Open Golf Tournament is going to be settled by a sud- den-doalh playoff. That's the way it has been the past three years, Going into today's third round, slender Wes Ellis, a part-time pro who once was preparing for a medical career, led by one stroke, as he did after Thursday's opening 18 holes. Ellis had a 9-under- par 66-67-133. Right behind in the hot competition at the Welhorsfield Country Club's 35-36—71 layout are long-driving George Bayer, 69-65 —135; and Art Wall. Jr., Billy Casper tnd Lionel Hebert, all deadlocked al 135. And just when it looked as though Julius Boros, the National Open King, and Jack Nicklaus, the Masters and PGA champion, might not survive the cutoff because of poor opening rounds, they regained their top form. Boros posted a six-under-par 65, one of Friday's best scores, for a 36-hole 139, Nicklaus had a 67 for 140, They're back in contention for the lop prize of $6,400. Three Top Horses Clash SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (AP)—California's Candy Spots, biggest money winning horse of the year, goes after his seventh rich stakes today as the 7-5 favorite in the 94th running of the $75,000-added Travers. One of the largest crowds in many years, is expected for,the summit meeting of the Big Three consisting of Hex Ellsworth's Candy Spots, John W. Galbrealh's Chateaugay and Harry F. Guggenheim's Never Bend. Chateaugay w«s 2-1 and Never Bend 3-1 in the early odds. Three others were entered for the IK-mllo Travers, which decided the 3-yeaMd title last year when George D. Wldener's Jai- pur nosed out JGW Stable's Ri- dan. They are Crewman, also owned by Wldener, Mrs. A. J, Giordano's Hot Dust, and Louis Lee HagglivII's Choker. Candy Spots finished third in the Kentucky Derby, won by Chateaugay but then took the Preakness. Favored again in the Belnwnt, Candy Spot! W second to Chateaugay, Never Bend, was second in the Derby, folvd in the Preakness as Chateaugay was runner-up, and skipped'the BeJ with a bad Yanks' 3 Homers In 9th Beat Sox By MIKE RATH 1ST Associated Press Sports Writer The New York Yankees, with another American League pennant just about, wrapped up, have focused interest on a race that's still wide open—the battle for Rookie of the Year honors between Chicago's Pete Ward and Minnesota's Jimmie Hall. Ward hit his 16th homer Friday night, but the White Sox fell 4-2 before the Yankees, who broke loose in the ninth on homers by Tom Tresh, Hector Lopez and Clete Boyer after being shut out on four hits for eight innings by Juan Pizarro. Hall belted his 21st homer and a double while driving in three runs in a 7-5 triumph over Washington that moved the Twins past the White Sox into second place nine games back of the Yankees, The White Sox are OV* behind. Ward, a 23-year-old left-handed swinger, is. hitting .279 with 64 runs batted in and was the frontrunner until August. Since then Hall, a 25-year-old who also bats left, has been streaking. In his last 15 games, he has hit at a ,356 clip'with eight homers and 22 runs driven in, lifting his .average 20, points to ,261 and bringing his RBI total to 58. Baltimore edged Kansas City 4-3 behind Stu Miller's sharp relief pitching, Boston used homers by I Carl Yastrzemski, Lu Clinton and (Roman Mejias to forge a 7-4 decision over Cleveland and (he Los Angeles Angels handed Phil Regan his first defeat in two months by downing Detroit 9-6. The National League-leading Los Angeles Dodgers tripped the New York Mets 9-7, St. Louis crushed San Francisco 13-0, Philadelphia shut out Pittsburgh 3-0, Milwaukee edged Houston 3-2 and Cincinnati defeated Chicago 8-2 after the Cubs took the opener of a twi-nighter 10-1. Pizarro, 14-7, went into the ninth with a 2-0 lead built on an unearned run and Ward's homer off Yankee starter Whitey Ford. Then Tresh hit his 20th 1 homer, Elston Howard walked, Lopez connected for No. 13 and .Boyer wrapped it up with his 12th. Hall snapped a 2-2 tie with a two-run homer in the third, then doubled in another run in the sixth. Don Lock and Dick Phillips homered for the Senators. Brooks Robinson lashed two doubles and a single and figured in the Orioles' first three runs but Jim Gentile's 20th homer, in the fifth, proved decisive. Miller came on in the sixth when the A's chased Dave McNally and wound up pitching hitlcss ball over the final 22-3 innings. The.victory went to McNally. Ex-Champs Meet Tonight MIAMI BEACH, Flu. (AP) Luis Rodriguez and Denny Moyer, two ex-champions trying to get back to the top, meet tonight in the 10-round main event at Miami Beach Convention Hall. Rodriguez, after sweeping seven straight in 1962 while waiting for a shot at th« welterweight title, won the championship with a 15-round decision over Emil Geriffith March 21 at Los Angeles. Then the Cuban-born Rodriguez promptly <lbst'the title back to Griffith on a'15-round split decision June 8 at New York. He is gunning for another match with the Now Yorker. Moyer, from Portland, Ore., is campaigning for another crack at the junior middleweight crown, He won it from Joey .fHambra last October in Portland, Then, with the title at stake, he lost twice tp jtolph Dupa&im.lS-round decisions, j , One oi Mover's more notable achievements was a 10-round de? clsten over GrlHith Iri Portland ijn I860,, nine and issuing a pair of base on balls. The Young Democrats got to Melhorn in (he first inning when shortslop Pat Flannigan tripled and came homo on right fielder D;m Unison's single. Unison's triple and Jim Morris' siiiRlo gave Ihe Young Demo crals their second run in the third stanza, Casey's only serious thrwil cMiiii! In (lie firs! u-lten Meed walked Hob Hrinvn nnd Wait Soon with one away. But, the Springfield hurler got the next two butters on strikes. Reed struck out seven straight batters at one stretch of the game and retired 13 straight from the third frame through the first hitter in the seventh. Tonight's games could be three of Ihe best in the tourney. Quincy has beaten powerful Aurora this season and is reputed lo have one of the better pitchers in Ihe state. Hip Knnpc will probably gnt Ilin .starling nod for Alt-Wood. If lie docMi'l, Rol> Garner will. Henry I)c,nl will RO for the Chiefs. In the final game, a good pitching duel is in the offing with Bob Naab of Palmer House, with a no-hlller already to his credit 111 the tournament, facing Rood.,, Sunday four Knnierf iirn scheduled. Two game* \('lll IK? played In the afternoon, yAt 1:15, Granite City i'ark 1)1* I Hot mods the "Inner of tonight's 1'cldn.Qiilmi.y affrtlrY At 3 o'clock, Shc-Kaf tunnies with Dolnnd. '< In the night session, the .winner of the Granite Clfy-QtSncy- Pekin game meets the winner of the Palmer Mouse-Young Democrats lilt at 7:30. At 9, the Chiefs- Alt-Wood winner plays the She- Kat-Deland victor. Grid Cards Capture Exhibiton Bow, 24-22 By THIS ASSOCIATED I'HESS Cleveland's Municipal Stadium, which has had a somewhat deserted look for baseball this summer, may strain under the weight of upwards of 80,000 fans tonight for a doubleheader—in pro fooU ball. Prospects are better than average for an all-time Cleveland crowd as the Detroit Lions pla> the New York Giants and the Cleveland Browns face the Balli more Colts in a pair of Na tional Football League exhibition games. All 67,000 reserved seats havi been sold and 13,000 unreserve* seats and some standing room tickets will go on sale 2V 2 hour; Cardinals Chop Up Two Giants in Win ST. LOUIS ((/PI) — "It's rougl when they hit 'em like that," saic San Francisco Manager Al Dark in the gloomy Giant dressing room after St. Louis battered his club with 18 hits to take a 13-0 victory Friday night. "But when they chop up two of my men, its doubly rough," saic Dark. Dark referred to Cardinal Curt Flood's single which split the pitching hand of Giant right-hand- er Jim Duffalo, and left-hander Curt Simmon's beaning of thirc oasemnn Jim Hart. A physician used six stitches to sew 'up Buffalo's 'hand, putting him out of action for at least two weeks. Hart, knocked unconscious by the Simmons fast ball, was taken to a hospital for X-rays. "But," Dark said. "You've go to hand it to those Cardinals for playing ball like they did ou there." Cardinal Manager Johnn; Keane, smoking a cigar, said: "This is one of tlie finest exam pies of good ball playing—pitch ing, hitting and fielding — I've seen the Cardinals come up with Everyone did what they were supposed to do, and whenever you shut out the Giants, brother BASEBALL HEROES Major Legiica Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING - Curt Simmons Cardinals, shut out second-place San Franciso 13-0 on eight hits, walking none and striking out two while pulling St. Louis to within one game of San Francisco. BATTING—Jimmie Hall, Twins, drove in three runs with homeland double in 7-5 victory over Washington, for eight RBI in last two games. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN ANTONIO, Tex, —.Manny Elias, 123, Phoenix, Ariz., out- pointed Cuervo Salinas, 121, Mexico City, 10. Ma/or league STANDINGS .644 .567 9 .563 9'/j .545 l\Vs .487 18'/ 2 .479 19 1 /; .460 22 .449 23 .449 23 .358 34 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. New York , 76 42 Minnesota . 68 52 Chicago .. . 67 52 Baltimore . 67 56 Boston .. . 58 61 Cleveland 58 63 Los Aligeles . 57 67 Detroit ..... 53 65 Kansas City . 53 65 Washington . 43 77 Friday's Results Baltimore 4, Kansas City 3 Minnesota 7, Washington 5 New York 4, Chicago 2 Boston 7, Cleveland 4 Los Angeles 9, Detroit 6 Today's Giuues Washington at Minnesota Cleveland at Boston New York at Chicago Detroit at Los Angeles (N) Baltimore ut Kansas City (N) , Sunday's Gnmos Pfetrott at Los Angeles Baltimore at Kansas City Washington at Minnesota Cleveland at Boston New York at Chicago (2) Monday's Guinotj Cleveland at Boston (N) Only ppw scheduled National L W. Los Angeles ..71 San Francisco 68 St. Louis ..... 67 Philadelphia . 65 Cincinnati . ... 66 Chicago ...... 62 Pittsburgh ... 61 Milwaukee .. 62 Houston ...... 46 New York . . , . 39 eague L. Pet. 48 .597 53 .562 54 .554 58 .528 59 .528 58 59 60 .517 .508 .508 77 .374 81 .325 G,B. — 4 5 8 8 9'/ s 10',& lO'/a 27 32 '/i Friday's Results Los Angeles 9, New York 7 Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 0 Milwaukee 3, Houston 2 St. Louis 13, San Francisco 9 Chicago 10-2, Cincinnati 1-8 Today's Gumes Los Angeles at New York Chicago at Cincinnati San Francisco at St. Louis Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (N) Houston at Milwaukee (N) Sunday's Games Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Houston at Milwaukee San Francisco ut St. Louis Chicago at Cincinnati (2) Los Angeles at New York (2) Monday's Gume* New York at Philadelphia (N) Only game scheduled ydVre doing something." Simmons said he couldn't remember even getting into and out of a jam as quickly as he did in the first inning when the firs three Giants singled. "In fact, 1 lie said, "I don't remember ever being greeted by three straight hits." The southpaw said he nevei thought after the first inning that he was in trouble. The Cardinal victory pulled St Louis to within a game of the second-place Giants but kepi them five games benind league- leading Los Angeles, who beat the New York's Mets 9-7.- Juan Marichal, 18-6, was sched uled to pitch for the Giants today against the Card's Ernie Broglio, 13-8. San Fran. (0) Player AB R Kuehn 4 .0 Davenport 4 '0 McCovey Mays Cepeda Hart Sanford Mailer Bowman Duffalo Bolin St. Louts (13) Stanek Fisher Llnzy 4 0 4 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 H Player 2 Flood 1 Groat 2 Maxvill 1 White 0 Musial 0 Kolb 0 Boyer 1 Altman 1 Javier 0 McCarver 0 Simmons 0 0 0 AB R 4 1 4 0 6 Totals 33 0 8 Totals 42 13 18 Inning: 123456789 R H E San F. 000000000—081 St. Louis 11213032 X—13 18 1 Lakers Defeat Venice, 7-2, Reach Finals The Alton Lakers advanced to the finals of the Twilight League playoffs with a 7-2 victory over Venice Friday night at Water- .ovver Park. The Sportettes were first to score, chalking up a run in the irst on singles by Karen and :Iardy Chase, a walk and a Laker error. Alton, which won the Twilight League championship with a 1-0 victory over Col- llnsville Thursday night, tied the .score In the second on Hey Coimwny's liomor to (loop center. The state champion Lakers ook the lead in the third on a vulk to Lea Follis, a pair of in- ield outs and Betty Onofrey's IBI single. The Lakers broke open the game with three runs in the fourth on singles by Jackie land, Lynn Lusby, Brenda Duke and Star Travis and sacrifice "lies by Norma Ims and Miss Follis. Vonico got Its only other run off Miss Conawny, who hurled u fivo-strlkoout four- hitter, In tin; fifth on a pair of singles, an Alton error and an inliuld out. Alton will now meet the win- ler of the Collinsville - Wood ver game next Wednesday at Walertower Park in the first ;ame of a two-out-of-three playoff. Wood River meets Collinsville Monday night at Collinsville. . Venice (it) linkers (7) layer AB R U Player AB R II urso 200 Folds 3 2 I liner 4 1 1 Travis 3 0 1 K. Chase 3 I 2 Freeman 400 1. Chime 4 0 1 Onofroy 3 0 1 -otter 300 Coauwny 3 1 1 }|nklns 300 Hand 1 I 1 &rchungol 300 Lusby 3 i j Schiiffers 300 1ms 300 Turplano 1 0 0 Duke 3 2 1 Totals 26 2 4 Totals 26~~7 nnlngt 1 2 3 4 fl u 7 RUE Venice 1000100—2 4 2 .akeri 0 1 1 3 0 2 x— 7 7 3 before the first game starts a 6:30 p.m., EDT. The Cleveland football record is 82,872, set u the Browns and the Giants in a regular season NFL game in 1960. The big doubleheader, a repea of an attraction that drew 77,68; last year, is the feature of a packed Saturday pro football ex hibition program. Four other games are scheduled, with Green Bay at Dallas and Minnesota a' Los Angeles in the NFL, and Kan sas City vs. Oakland at Seattle and San Diego at Denver in the AFL. The heavy weekend program was kicked off Friday night with three games. In the Nationa League, the St. Louis Cardinals made their pre-season debut a happy one, edging the San Fran Cisco 49ers at Salt Lake City, 24-22; and-the Pittsburgh Steelem whipped the Philadelphia Eagles 24-13 at Bethlehem, Pa. In the lone AFL game, the Buffalo Bi sons overwhelmed the New York Jets at Buffalo, 23-8. The Cards pulled out their vie tory over San Francisco with a desperation lateral pass from Charley Johnson to Bill Triplet with 2V 2 minutes remaining Johnson, back to pass on the San Francisco 18, was hit by a swarm of 49ers but just before falling hi flipped a lateral to Triplett, wh< raced to the one. Prentice Gaut cracked over on the next play for the victory. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (275 at bats) — Groat St. Louis, .344; Clemente, Pittsburgh, .331. Runs — Aaron, Milwaukee, 90; Flood and White, St. Louis, 85. Runs batted in—Aaron, Milwaukee, 100; White, St. Louis, 87. Hits—Groat, St. Louis, 167; Pinson, Cincinnati,. 164. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 36; Pinson, Cincinnati, and Gonzalez, Philadelphia, 33. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; lonzalez, Philadelphia, 10. Home runs — McCovey, San Francisco, 34; Aaron, Milwaukee, 32. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Ange- es, 26; Pinson and Robinson, Cincinnati, 25. Pitching (10 decisions)—Perra- loski, Los Angeles, 13-2, .867; Maoney, Cincinnati, 18-4, .818. Strikeouts—Koufax, IMS Ange- os, 214; Drysdale, Los Angeles 206. American League Batting (275 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston, .333; Kaline, De- roit, .316. Runs—Allison, Minnesota, and Tresh, New York, 75, Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 85; Kaline, Detroit, 80. Hits—Yastrzemski, Boston, 143; Kaline, Detroit, 141. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, I; Causey, Kansas City, 29. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, »nd Hinton, Washington, 11. Home runs—Stuart, Boston, 30; •Cillebrew, Minnesota, 28, Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 29; Hinton, Washington, 20 latz, Boston, 12-4, .750; New York, 17-6, .739. Strikeouts — Dunning, Detroit TILT! MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Braves catcher Del Crandall and 1st baseman Gene Oliver strike an unusual pose as they put on the brakes to avert a collision as Crandall takes a 6th inning popup by Carl Warwick of the Houston Colt 45s (top). The Braves beat the Colt 45s 8-2 at County Stadium last night. (AP Wirephoto) Ralph Houk Praises Work of Hec Lopez Associated Press Sports Writer |in a big trade with the Kansas CHICAGO (AP)-The New York [City A's. The Yankees finished Yankees keep pulling away in third that year but Lopez since vhat once was called the Ameri can League pennant race and hey keep doing it without the continued services of such stars as Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris and Tony Kubek. The trio was out with injuries vhen they opened a four-game series with the Chicago White Sox Friday night, and for eight innings it looked as if the Yankees vere going to suffer because of it. So what did the Yankees do? They waited until the ninth inning ud slammed three home runs for . 4-2 victory. It was the most lomers in a single inning this eason for the Yanks. Trailing 2-0 in the ninth, Tom 'resli homered after 13 Yankees uid been retired in order. Then vhen Elston Howard drew a pass, lector Lopez followed with the game-winning blow. Clete Boyer also homered off shell-shocked uan Pizarro, but Lopez' blast vas the winner. 'One of the reasons we've been able to stay on top," said Maniger Ralph Houk after the game, 'is because Hector Lopez is doing such a great job for us in the out- ield. "Nobody can take Mantle's )lauc, of course, but I don't be- ievc there's a better substitute my place than Lopez. 1 don't Pitching (10 decisions) — Ra- know wlial wc would have done Ford without him," Lopez, 31, is a soft-spoken 3 anamanian who came to the 147; Stigman, Minnesota, 144. Yankees early in the 1959 season *************** FULLY AIR CONDITIONED )f OPEN BOWLING * 35c Per Game ACME 32 LANES * 35 Years on Broadway JT *************** has cashed three World Series checks and is looking forward to another one this year. One of the reasons he is such a favorite with Houk is the ability to hit after getting two strikes on him. "He's the best two-strike hitter in baseball," says Houk. "He has come through with at least 15 key hits this year with two strikes on him." Lopez doesn't know why he hits so well with two strikes on him and the pitcher at an advantage. "I just like to hit with two strikes on me," he says. "It seems that I get a better look at Ihe ball when I have two strikes on me. But, I had only one strike when I hit the homer tonight." PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Washington (Daniels 3-8) at Minnesota (Stigman 12-11) Cleveland (Latman 7-7) at Boston (Monbouquette 15-7) New York (Downing 8-3) at Chicago (Peters 12-5) Detroit (Running 8-12) at Los Angeles (Lee 0-0) (N) Baltimore (Barber 16-10) at Kansas City (Rakow 7-7) (N) National League Los Angeles (Koufax 18-5) at New York (Staliard 6-10) Chicago (Jackson 13-11) at Cincinnati (Purkey 5-8) San Francisco (Marichal 18-6) at St. Louis (Broglio 13-8) Philadelphia (Gulp 11-10) at Pittsburgh (Friend 14-10) (N) Houston (Bruce 5-9 or Farrell 10-9) at Milwaukee (Lemasler 88) N Wyoming has beaten Montana State U/iiversily in football 11 straight times. That's all they lave played. THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! SUNDAY AUG. 18 AND BVKHV SUNDAY FENDER BENDERS • AMATEURS • MODIFIED RACES Time Trials 7:30 P.M., Racing 8:30 P.M. Godfrey Speedway ROUTE 67 1 MILES NORTH OF ALTON

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