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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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M.-i v ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATtJtt&AYi AUGUST It,.1W9 iT'Tirr*—" ers Pluck Victory From Met Grab Ba Score Three Iti 9th on NY il 1 '' 1 Mistakes * By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer The Los Angeles Dodgers gav every Indication of trying to ou 1 Met the Mets Friday night an give away a game, but the Ne 1 Yorkers wouldn't stand for It. This business of blowing games after all, is a Met specialty. Sc they v ,carefully waited until th top df the ninth to blow a 7- lead, helping Los Angeles to thre runs, then calmly rolling over i their half of the ninth. That saddled the Dodgers wit! a 9-7 victory they had done tliei best to give away and allowec them to stretch their Nationa League lead to four games ove second-place San Francisco, 13-i victims at St. Louis. The third place Cardinals trail the Giants one game. Philadelphia blanked Pittsburgh 3-0, Milwaukee rallied 3-2 agains Houston and Chicago and Cincin natd split a twi-night doublehead er, the Cubs romping 10-1 before the Reds took the second 8-2. In the American 'League, the leading New York Yankees crashed three ninth-infting horn ers and beat Chicago 4-2, Minne sola took over second place will a 7-5 verdict over Washington Baltimore edged Kansas City 4-3 Boston beat Cleveland 7-4 and Los Angeles topped Detroit 9-6. The Dodgers blew leads of 1-0, 3-1 and 64 and held down their own scoring by some uncertain base-running before the Mets helped them out in the ninth. Willie Davis started it with a scratch single, was sacrificed to second and took third on a passed ball. Maury Wills looped a little single to left to score him and Wills scampered to third on Jim Gilliam's single to left. Wally Moon tapped to Duke Carmel at first, Carmel froze with the ball and the bases were loaded. The tie - breaking run scored on third baseman Jim Hickman's throwing error and a sacrifice fly drove'in another. The Mets had gone ahead with three runs in the fifth, centered around Duke Snider's two-run single, preceded! by two infield singles, a hit batsman and Tommy Davis' error on a potential double play grounder. Ron Perranoski gained credit for his 13th victory against two losses. The Cardinals pounded IS hits in the rout of the Giants, with Bill White and George Altman each LOS ANGELES — Mexico's Rafael Osuna goes all-out aftet a drive by Chuck McKinley of the United States en route to his upset victory over the American LONG REACH in the opening round of American Zone Davis Cup matches at Los Angeles yesterday, sets to two. (AP Wirephoto) Osuna won three Joliet Rips Denver, 10-1 y -^ BURLINGTON, Iowa (AP) Mike Loose struck out 17 batters and hurled a three-hitter as Burington blanked Davenport, 9-0, in lie Regional Pony League Base- jail Tournament here Friday light. •? Mike Mennen smacked two ome runs for Burlington, dirving n six runs. In the other game of the dou- le-elimination meet, Joliet, 111., pped Denver, 10-1. Winning itcher Mike Derrig permitted driving in three runs. Giant right- hander Jim Duffalo, his pitching hand split by Curt Flood's single, \vas tagged with the loss. Giant rookie Jim Hart was taken to a iiospital for x-rays after he was knocked unconscious by Curt Simmins' fast ball, the second time he's been beaned. Bowling c 1 BOWL AKKNA Jr. Bowling Boys Cox 217 (604), Xippich 176, Wickenhauser 157, Ssveetenham 163, Conway 155, Fleming 177, Henry 169, Davis 156, Kvotz 157, Bauilleaux 150. Jr. Bowling Girls Ileo 135, Vonderheidt 130, Dietel 105, Stahiheber 134, Burford 113. Houston Oilers Release 3 Rookies HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) — The Houston Oilers released three rookies Friday, among them Randall Kerbow of Rice. Waivers were asked on Kerbow as well as on Butch Pressley, a halfback from Texas A&I, and Paul Lea, defensive halfback from Oklahoma. nly two hits and teammate Ron rozier hit a two-run homer. Davenport was to play Denver jday at 11 a.m., and Burlington as scheduled against Joliet at 2 ,m. The winner of the first game ill play the loser of the second amc at 7:30. The championship •ill be decided Sunday afternoon. World Freestyle Record Broken TOKYO (AP)—Don Scholland- er, 17-year-old Santa Clara, Calif., Swim Club member, shattered the world record for the 200-meter freestyle with a 1:58.5 clocking in the sixth U.S.-Japan swimming meet today. The listed world record of 2:00.4 is held by Schollander and several others but the California star lowered the mark to 1:58.8 on July 27 at Los Angeles when he became the first man to go under i two minutes. and I Outdoors with Harold Brand Public Feeds Fish and Waterfowl Nearly every evening as many as 75 to 100 children and adults enjoy feeding dozens and dozen: of waterfowl and hundreds of fish at the larger of two lakes in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens on Rt. 140 north of Civic Memorial Airport. "The public is welcome to feed them," said Ed Mense, manager and a partner in the Gardens. "It brings much enjoyment to the youngsters as well as older persons to be so close to many species of waterfowl and game Mense built the three-acre lake with three fingers seven years ago and it averages from 18 up to 28 feet deep. He has incorporated a waterfowl, refuge as well :is an outdoor gardens on the 95- acr'e grounds. He also has imported many trees including Japense walnut, weeping cherry, and others which ho hopes will function also as an educational value to outdoor enthusiasts. Fish Are Growing "The bass are getting quite large," Mense said. "This past year we missed about 12 tiny ducklings we assumed were taken by the fish. We also maintain a feed pen at 'the lake and the birds average eating about 530 a month in grain. Many youngsters save pieces Waukegan Golfer Loses in Western COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)—George Boutell of Phoenix, Ariz., included a semi-final victory over an Illinois golfer in his quest for the 46th Western Junior Golf Championship. Boutell Friday defeated Greg Pitzer, 16, of Waukegan 3 and 2 with a 3-under par through 16 loles. Boutell, 19, was to meet Fred Ewald of Birmingham, Mich., today for the title. PRO FOOTBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Buffalo 23, New York 8 National League Pittsburgh 24, Philadelphia 13 St. Louis 24, San Francisco 22 Imported Birds "I imported two swans from Hoboken, England, five years ago," said Mense, who resides at 308 S. Ninth St., East Alton. "The swans are thriving. I built a shelter for them which they ignored and then provided straw for them which they also by-passed. They prefer to find their own shelter." The species of waterfowl include muscovies, a large duck of tropical America; domesticated and wild mallards, crown mallard, domestic ducks and geese and even Chinese geese. A recent article in Life magazine pointed out that the Chinese geese are better watchdogs than dogs as they have a keener sense of sight and hearing and are more fear less. This' writer saw big schools of fish respond within seconds to pieces of bread tossed upon the water. The waterfowl also came to feed in a hurry. It was fun watching the fish snatch bits of food away from the birds, Some times the birds get irritated and try to pick up the guilty fish. Mense has stocked the bigger lake with bass, crappie and bluegill, A smaller lake also has game fish and catfish. of bread, crackers, doughnuts, and also bring corn for feed. Feeding may be done anytime but the best activity is from 5 p.m. on." No fishing is permitted and the public has cooperated. Very little littering is done. Containers are handy for bread wrappers and empty sacks. Some persons even bring as much as a five-pound bag of food at a time to feed the fish and waterfowl. Often when food is tossed on the water a V-wake is observed as fish come to feed. Some of the larger fish also make their own V-wake. A large catfish in the smaller lake named Big | Mo by the public, will take a whole doughnut in its mouth at a single bite. Safety Fence Concrete steps lead into the larger lake but a wire fence is stretched across it as a safety factor for visitors. It is easy to toss the food over the low fence. "In addition to the refuge value, the lakes serve a threefold purpose," Mense related. "One: we need the soil to build up the land in the gardens. Two: the higher gardens drain rain water quickly into the lake. Even a cloud burst will drain into the lakes inside of 10 minutes. Three: the lakes are an important part of the beauty in the landscaping." The larger lake area also has an adjoining marshy section providing the necessary wetlands for breeding waterfowl. Recently one setting duck ignored memorial services attended by many persons within a few feet of the nest. Mense and his partner also operate Valley View Gardens of Memory in Edwardsville and three other similar gardens In Kentucky. TOSSING BREAD JHense tlimvti slices of bread to hungry water* the birds {or the food. See River Ripples Column for ud flih In * three-acre Jake at Rose Lawn story, Memory Gardens. The fish compote spiritedly with Osuna Upsets McKinley in Cup Match By JAMES BACON LOS ANGELES (AP)—Mexico, underdog before play started, goes into today's doubles match of American Zone Davis Cup competition as a solid favorite^proving what a difference a scorching day—and Rafael Osuna —can make. The handsome Osuna upset Wimbledon champ Chuck McKinley on Friday 6-2, 3-6, 6-2, 2-6, 6-3. That gave Mexico a 1-1 split with the United States as Dennis Ralston easily bested Mexico's Antonio Palafox 6-1, 6-4, 3-6, -63. Around the Los Angeles Tennis Club, McKinley had been regarded as a sure winner over Osuna— although the Mexican, a student at the University of Southern California, calls the club his home court. The Mexican doubles team of Osuna and Palafox is the 1963 Wimbledon champion and must rate as favorites over McKinley and Ralston. Nominations for the doubles are made an hour before the match but it is expected that both captains will go with their first- stringers. If the Mexicans win, the deciding match will be the opening singles Sunday afternoon when Osuna meets Ralston. Should Osuna win—he is favored —then the final singles between McKinley and Palafox would be meaningless. Pancho Segurt, coach of the Mexicans, on the eve of the tourney said Mexico would win 3-2. "Osuna will beat McKinley. Ralston will beat Palafox. My boys will win the doubles and then Osuna will beat Ralston and McKinley will beat Palafox," he said. So far, the famed Ecuadorian pro is batting 1,000. Miss Wright Cards Ace ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP)— Mickey Wright boomed a 222-yard hole-in-one and toured the long in the double-elimination Region 5 American Legion Baseball Tournament, and they meet tonight. Independence, Mo., again displaying outstanding pitching, won its second game in a row Friday night when John Sauerbrier checked Northbrook, 111., on three hits for a 4-1 decision. Evansville, Ind. the other unblemished club, defeated Adrian, Mich., (1-1) earlier Friday, 6-4. Kenosha, Wis, (1-1) stayed alive by taking an 11-5 decision over Bowling Green, Ky. Games slated for this afternoon were Ashtabula, Ohio, vs. Adrian and Kenosha vs. Northbrook. MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PKKSS Quad. Cities 7, Decatur 4 Waterloo 5-1, Fox Cities 4-3 Clinton 5-0, Wisconsin Rapids 4- Cedur Rapids 5-2, Dubuque 2-1 Quincy 7-8, Burlington 6-7 JUNIOR BASEBALL In the nine-K) yenr old league the Bears beat the Yankees, 125, and. the Foxes won a forfeit from the Flyers. MoRcf Pace flfiul « no- 'hitter for the, Beitrs ami Mummed a limner, double ami single. In the 11-12 year old league the Bears walloped the Dodgers, 18-4, the Athletics whitewashed the Eagles, 13-0, and the Hawks nipped the Indians, 6-5. Winning pitcher Ricky Glnze- brook walloped two homers and Klopfer, McClfntock and Gray one each for the Bears. Clar« once Willis aided his own cause and the cause of the A's with a double and two singles. Minor slapped two singles for the Eagles. Brian Opel crashed a homer, double and two base hits for the Hawks and Bob Huff homer cd. Lance Wickenhauser homer- ed for the Indians. Butts Trial Nearing Close ATLANTA (AP)—The trial of Wallace Butts' $10-mlllion libel suit against the Saturday Evening Post is expected to go to the jury Monday after final arguments by joth sides. An attorney for Butts argued before a federal court jury Friday that the Post ruined Butts' reputation with charges that he rigged a football game. Butts is suing Curtis Publishing Co. for a March 23 article charging that ' he and Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant of Alabama rigged the 1962 Georgia-Alabama football game. Welborn B. Cody, Curtis attorney, told the jury Butts had not lived up to the standard of conduct required of him as coach and later as athletic director. Rockford Pony League World Finalist ROCKFORD, 111. (AP) — Rockford, 111., takes a rest in the Junior Pony League Baseball World Series today while Richmond, Calif., and Birmingham, Ala., battle for survival. Rockford gained a finals berth in the playoffs with an 11-1 victory over Birmingham Friday while Richmond remained in the running and ousted Parkersburg,. 11-3 in the double-elimination tournament. Both Richmond and Birmingham have been defeated while RockV>rd has won two straight in Jie series. Rockford battered Birmingham with two big innings, scoring six runs in the fourth and five runs in the seventh and final inning. Rodkford took advantage of three walks in the fourth and rash of hits which included a double by Craig Carter and a two-run single by Dave Bosworth. Richmond battled from behind with a run in the third inning to climb into a 2-2 tie with Parkersburg and then buried the West Virginia entry with a seven-run splurge in the fourth inning, Northbrook Loses, 4-1 LIMA, Ohio (AP) — Only two teams remained unbeaten today and tough Paradise Hills Country Club course in three-under-par 69 Friday for the first-round lead in the $11,000, 54-hole Albuquerque Swing Parade Women's Golf Tournament. The 69 gave her a two-stroke edge over Peggy Wilson, a former Austin, Tex., physical education instructor who slipped around the course in obscurity. "It wasn't a very spectacular round," long-hitting Mickey commented afterward. "I struggled just to stay even until the 16th. 1 It was these that she belted a two-iron shot which bounced twice and rolled about four feet into the cup. Mickey and her gallery did not know it was in because the cup was out of sight behind mound on the green. Two others scored in even par with Jackie Pung blitzing the back nine in 34 for her 72 while Lucille Wardell did it In the conservative 36-36 manner. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Jacksonville 15, Arkansas 6 Atlanta 6; 6, Richmond 0-1 Indianapolis 7, Toronto 3 Syracuse 5-2, Columbus 1-1 Buffalo 6, Rochester 3 Pacific Const San Diego 8, Portland 3 Spokane 12, Seattle 1 Denver 8, Dallas-Fort Worth 5 Okla. City 8, Salt Lake 5 Hawaii 10, Tacoma 3 NEW STROKE ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Kathy Whihvorth of Jal, N.M:, is about to beat her putter on the ground after missing a : 30-foot putt in the Swing Parade Golf Tournament here. She is one of 30 women pro golfers entered in the $11,000, 54-hole tournament which started today. (AP Wirephoto) Yank Homers in 9th Beat Sox, 4-2; Cubs Split Pair with Reds CHICAGO (AP) — During the last week or so the Chicago White Sox played winning baseball and >vould twinge every time they saw the New York Yankees put on a ninth inning rally to pull a victory out of the fire. The Sox, themselves, .felt the shock of a. ninth inning rally Friday night in .which the Yankees powered their way to a 4-2 vic- .ory alter the Sox had gone in :he final inning with a 2-0 lead. Juan Pizarro was pitching a four-hitter and had retired 13 men in a row when Tom Tresh opened the ninth With a home run. Elston Howard drew a walk Cal Clubs In Two-Way Swim Battle HIGH POINT, N.C. (AP)-For the second straight year, the team title of the National AAU Senior Women's Swimming and Diving Championships is going down to the final events as a two-way battle between a pair of California giants, the Los Angeles AC and the Santa Clara Swim Club. Going into today's final events, the defending champion Los Angeles crew, led by the 1964 worn en's Olympic coach Peter Daland, holds a slender one-point lead over its Northern California rival. The LOS Angeles AC pulled off Us biggest surprise Friday as it upset heavily favored Santa Clara in the 400-meter freestyle relay with an American record of 4:13.7. The Northern Virginia Aquatic Club gave the LAAC title hopes a big boost, also, as it slipped past Santa Clara to take second [)lace. Margie Templeton, Sarah Buke- well, Carolyn House and Cathy Ferguson made up the championship unit. The individual high point race honors also probably will be decided today svhen Donna De Va- i'ona of Santa Clara, with two Duenkel of the Summit N.J. YMCA head-on in the 100 backstroke. Miss Duenkel has two firsts and a fourth to her credit. 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' ' The Chicago Cubs broke out of their slump with a 12-hit attack and whipped Cincinnati, J.0-1, behind Dick Ellsworth but dropped the second game ot a twi-night doubleheader, 8-2. Ellsworth, scoring his 17th triumph against 7 defeats, limited the Reds to five hits while Billy Williams and Ellis Burton crashed out three hits each. The Reds recovered, however, and took the nighlcap as Joey Jay limited'the Cubs tr six hits. Ror Santo hit his 2Jst home run in the losing cause. The Cubs and Reds meet again today with Larry Jackson (13-11) fcing Cincinnti's Bob Purkey (5-8). STOCK! MODIFIED STOCK! SPORTS! MODIFIED SPORTS! SPECTACULAR! SUNDAY, AUG. 18!! TIME TRIALS 8 A.M. ELIMINATIONS 2 P.M. CASH PRIZES IN THESE CLASSES 1. A/S thru E/S Winner $25,00 2. F/S thru I/S .Winner $15,00 3. J/S thru X/S •,, ,. .Winner $10,00 4. A/SP thru P/SP .Winner $25,00 5. P/SP thru H/SP ,.,-,. .Winner $10,00 6. A/MS, A/MSA, B MS, B/MS A ,,, Winner $25.00 7. C/MS, C/MSA, D/MS, P/MSA ..Winner $10,00 8. A/MSP, B/MSP, C/MSP, D/MSP . .Winner $25,00 NEW! BEGINNING AUGUST 24 and 25! Full Weekend Of Racing! tt Mile Itoutu Q»wi 5 1».»J, Time Trials Close 8 EUmtUttUlM 18180 1W, Hftouit Sunday Open to A.ftl. Time Trial* Close 'i I*,M. Eliminations 8:80 $500.00 IN CASH PRIZES ANP TROPHIES IN ALL OTHER CLASSES) REGULAR ELIMINATOR MONEY ANP TOW MONEY GIVEN! ALTON DRAGWAY WTO HQ BAST Qjr TUBN NORTH OUT FOSTKitBUrtQ JKMP.

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