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MONDAY,. AUGUST 19,1003 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH <r •* 3p * WARD WINS AT FAIR SPRINGFIELD— Roger Ward (center), nationally known race driver, captured the Illinois State Fair 100-mile auto race Saturday at the fairgrounds. It was his third victory on the dirt track. Gov. Otto Kerner (right) holds the trophy which was presented to Ward.— Don Hayes photo. Four Negro Players Won't Play in Mobile Cubs Defeat Redlegs In Pair, Move Higher CHICAGO (AP)—The Chicago' Cubs did it again, Just when everyone was ready to concede total collapse, the Cubs roared back Sunday and turned in a double victory over the Cincinnati Keds, They whipped the Reds, 2-1 and 4-0, and moved into sixth place, a half game behind Cincinnati and 10'/6 behind the league-leading Los Angeles Dodgers. Paul Toth, hacked by home runs by Lou Brock and Billy Williams, hurled a splendid four-hit shutout in the nightcap after Lindy McDaniel had rctcued Larry Jackson in the opener. Toth, scoring his fourth victory against eight losses, had a two- hitter until there were two out in the ninth before yielding singles to Leo Cardenas and John Edwards. Edwards' homer in the second inning of the opener was Cincinnati's only run of I he day. The Cubs scored their two runs in the sixth on a walk to Ron San and a run-scoring double by Ellis Burton. Burton took third on the throw to get Santo at home and scored the winning run on Ernie Banks' sacrifice fly The Cubs are Idle Monday but open a three-t?ame series with Pittsburgh at home Tuesday. Any pennant hopes the Chicago While Sox might navn. been harboring went down the drain Sunday when they dropped a doubleheader to the league-leading New York Yankees, 3-2 and 8-4, to fall lOVs games oft the pace. The White Sox collected 12 hits in the opener but left 13 men stranded and never were in the game after New York took a 4-0 lead in the first lour innings and iced it with a four-run outburst in the seventh. The Yankees jumped on Joe Horlen for three inns in the second inning and took a 4-1 lead into the ninth when they scored four more runs off Hoyt Wilhelm. The Sox came back with three In the bottom of the ninth but tt was too late. The Sox are idl? today. They open a three-game series in Boston Tuesday night and go to New York for a four-game set with the Yankees over 'ho weekend. SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) — Four Oakland Raiders plan to stage a "sit-out" Sunday at Mobile, Ala. when the American Football League team meets the New York Jets in nn exhibition. The contest involves more than football to the four Negro players MINOR LEAGUES Minor League Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Sunday's Results Arkansas 4-3, Jacksonville 2-2 Atlanta 3-2, Richmond 1-6 Indiana]x>lis 4-4, Toronto 3-7 Columbus 3-0, Syracuse 1-4 Rochester 7, Buffalo 6 (10 innings) Saturday's Results Arkansas 5, Jacksonville 4 Atlanta 7, Richmond 6 Toronto 11, Indianapolis 10 (12 Innings) Columbus at Syracuse, postponed Buffalo 2, Rochester 1 (10 innings) Pacific Coast League Sunday's Results Seattle 5-5, Spokane 1-1 Denver 8-12, Dallas-Fort Worth 1-4 Porland 2, San Diego 1 (six innings, second game postponed) Salt Lake City 3-0, Oklahoma Cily 2-1 Hawaii 4, Tacoma 3 Saturday's Results Denver 4, Dallas-Fort Worth 0 Salt Lake City 8, Okla. City 1 Seattle 5, Spokane 4 Portland 4, San Diego 3 Hawaii 8, Tacoma 5 who told Coach Al DaVis they would not enter the stadium unless all seats were integrated. The four are halfback Clemon Daniels, offensive ends Art Powell and Bo Roberpon, and defensive secondary man Fred Williamson. Daniels is the Raiders' prime running threat. Powell and Roberson are the team's top receivers. Williams was all-league last season as a defensive halfback. Davis said the four had told him early in August they would not play at Mobile as long as there were segregated seating arrangements or any other discrimination against Negroes. Davis said he would not press them to play. "They're intelligent men," he said.. "They know what's important to them. I'm speaking as a man rather than their coach when I say I don't blame them for what they believe. As a coach I can only say I won't penalize them." As of Monday, the seating arrangement at Mobile would permit Negroes to sit only in certain sections of the stadium. PRO FOOTBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Baltimore 21, Cleveland 7 New York 24, Detroit 21 Green Bay 31, Dallas 10 Minnesota 27, Los Angeles 3 Amercan League Kansas City 35, Oakland 21 Denver 31, San Diego 25 Englishmen Win MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) - A quartet of Englishmen, performing with clock-like teamwork, trounced the Milwaukee Polo Club 11-3 Sunday in the first international match played in the United States since 1939. Jurors Face Big Decision Today In Football Trial Ohio Cyclist Wins Crown At State Fair SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) George Roeder, Monroeville, Ohio, has won the American Motorcycle Association's 50-mile national championship at the Illinois State Fairgrounds. His time for the event Sunday was 33:29. Runner-up was Sammy Tanner, Long Beach, Calif., with Dick Warm, Inole, Calif., third, Joe ^eonard, San Jose, Calif., fourth, and Duane Shadley, Oskaloosa, Iowa, fifth. Roeder had the fastest qualifying time of 40.6 seconds for one lap. ATLANTA (AP) — Whether a magazine publishing firm will have to pay Wally Butts $10 million for an article charging he helped rig a football game was a decision facing 12 federal court jurors today. All that remained before the jury began deliberation in Butts' libel suit was completion of arguments by attorneys and a charge to the jurors by District Judge Lewis R. Morgan. The jury has heard testimony by 27 witnesses during the past two weeks in Butts' suit against Curtis Publishing Co., owner of the Saturday Evening Post which charged the former University of Georgia athletic director conspired with Alabama Coach Paul VICTORY FOR U.S. Six Cities Making Bids For Babe Ruth Tournament FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) —; Six cities have submitted preliminary bids for the 1964 Babe Ruth League Baseball World Series, league Executive Administrator Richard Case said today. They are Woodland, Calif.; Ottumwa, Iowa; Wahpelon, N. C.; Anderson, Ind.; Glendive, Mont., and Los Angeles. Case said the league's board of directors will meet here Thursday to study the bids and that the selection will be made early next month following a personal inspection of each site. The 1963 world series begins here Tuesday night and runs through Aug. 24. Frankfurt, Germany, and the host Farmington American League All-Stars will open the tournament. Atlanta, Ga., will play Oak Lawn, 111., in the second game at 8:30 p.m. (MST). The competitors will be treated to a beef dinner, Indian dances and speeches tonight. The day begins Tuesday with a huge, parade. Prizes totaled $13,000 with Roeder receiving about $3,000. There were 185 entries in the expert and amateur classes. Bob Bailey, Torrance, Calif., won the 10-mile amateur final, cut to 5 miles because of rain. About 25,000 fans watched the competition. Evansville Can Clinch Legion Title LIMA, Ohio (AP)—Undefeated Evansville, Ind., (4-0) has a chance to wrap up the Region Five American Legion Baseball Tournament tonight in its 8 p.m. clash with Kenosha, Wis. But Kenosha, 2-1 in the double elimination event, will have to win tonight and again Tuesday night in order to go home with the marbles. Evansville won its berth in the finals Sunday night by coming from behind to nip Ashtabula, Ohio, 5-4. Five Ashtabula errors in the last two innings erased a 3-1 lead as the Hoosiers picked up two runs in each frame. Kenosha advanced to the championship bracket by eliminating Independence, Mo., Sunday, 4-2. The winner here will advance to the national tournament next weekend at Keene, N.H. Select Golf Site HONOLULU (AP)—The International Golf Association announced Sunday it has selected the Royal Lahaina Golf course on Maui Island for the 12th annual international golf championship and Canada Cup matches in December, 1964. German Makes It KITZBUEHEL, Austria (AP)West German Davis Cup star Christian Kuhnkc qualified for the finals of the International Alpine Cup Tennis Tournament Sunday with a 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 victory over Countryman Dieter Ecklebe. Big Red Await Lion Encounter LAKE FOREST — After a relaxing weekend following their 24-22 victory over the San Francisco 49ers Friday night, the St. Louis Football Cardinals began drills today in preparation for their Saturday night encounter with the Detroit Lions in Omaha. Center Bob DeMarco and tight end Taz Anderson were the only injured players Friday night. DeMarco, has a severely bruised chest and Anderson a mild sprained ankle. Both are expected to play Saturday. Fullback Joe Childress and guard John Wittenborn have recovered from injuries and are also expected to go against the Liqns. Tom Tueth 2nd In Metro Golf ST. LOUIS — Tom Tueth of Alton finished runnerup in the Class A division of the St. Louis Metropolitan Junior Golf Tournament at Forest Park in St. Louis Friday. Tueth, who had won four straight matches during the week to gain the finals, lost to Ned Story of St. Louis, 7 and 6, in an 18-hole championship playoff. Tueth will be a senior at Marquette High School this fall, Jim Sher' of St. Louis defeated Bob Ernst of St. Louis, 2 and 1 to capture the 18-hole championship flight title. Illinois Team In Title Bid (Bear) Bryant to rig the 1962 football game between thei schools. Butts and Bryant denied the charges on the stand. Butts' attorneys pictured him Friday as the victim of a Post gimmick yielding "untold millions of dollars in publicity." Attorneys for Curtis attacked Butts' character. Both sides were allowed one hour each today to complete their arguments. Rockf ord in U. S. Tourney MARION, 111. (AP)—A four-run third inning helped Rockford secure an 8-2 victory over Hamtramck, Mich., Saturday in the finals of the double - elimination, Colt League Central Division Baseball Tournament. Roger Johnson and three teammates ( had two hits each in a balanced ' Rockford batting assault Johnson, who hit 6 for 10 in the tourney, received a trophy for the best batter of the tournament. Hamtramck eliminated Marior 3-2 from the contest Friday Rockford and three other teams advance this week to the league's world series-in-Shawnee, Okla. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League San Francisco (Sanford 12-12 at St. Louis (Gibson 13-7) New York (Cisco 7-12) at Phil adelphia) Bennett 4-2, N. Only games scheduled American League Cleveland (Donovan 8-10) LOS ANGELES — Mexico's Rafael Osuna (right) congratulates Dennis Kalston of the United States after Ralston defeated him in straight sets 6-1, 6-3, 7-5 in Los Angeles Sunday. The win gave the United States a 3-1 victory in the American Zone Davis Cup semifinals. (AP Wirephoto) United States Conies Back to Beat Mexico ROCKFORD, 111. (AP) — The Junior Pony League World Series will be determined today when Richmond, Calif., and Rockford meet in the final game of the double elimination tournament. Richmond, on the verge of being eliminated, defeated Rockford, 2-1, Sunday to hand the host team its first loss in the series and force the outcome to another game. Richmond's 'Mike Bunch singled home two runs in the fifth and pitcher Vic Joyce, yielding a run in the eighth, made them stand up for the victory, Joyce allowed four hits and struck out 18 while Rockford's Ron Holmer yielded but three hits. Boston (Earley 3-4), N. Only game scheduled. MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday's Kesults Cedar Rapids 13, Dubuque 10 Waterloo 6, Fox Cities 5 Quad Cities 5, Decatur 2 Wisconsin Rapids 6, Clinton 4 Burlington at Quincy, ppd, rair 'Saturday's Results Quincy 6, Burlington 3 Dubuque 5, Cedar Rapids 3 Quad Cities 7, Decatur 0 Clinton 3, Wisconsin Rapids 2 Waterloo 7-4, Fox Cities 5-3 FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Lui Rodriquez, 151V2, Cuba, won technical knockout over Denn Moyer, 157V3, Portland, re., 9. TOKYO — Takeshi .Nakamure 113, Japan, outpointed Puntip k osurya, 112Vs, Thailand, 10. KKCORD VAULTERS SEATTLE — Nrluu Sternberg, UnU at the recent U.S, - Sovlot truck moot, verslty of Washington former world MuU,lngthe presentations are John Pen* record pole vaulter who has been In a nel of Northeast Louisiana State, who Seattle hospital since being paralysed has noshed the record up to 16 feet hi a trampoline accident, Is presented 10V, inches, and John Uelses, right of lome 186* Olympic Games brochure Laffajle.College, who replaced Stern* and a special winner's medal given berg on the 1008 Olympic team* (AP Starnberg by the Russians in absentia Wirephoto) , Sjernberg by Babe Ruth Teams Begin Bid for National Title FARMJNGTON, N.M. (AP) — miles for the series. SANREMO, Italy — Salvatoi Burrini, 117, Italy, s t o p p e Jacques Jacob, 117, France, 9. By JAMES BACON LOS ANGELES (AP) - The nited Stales Davis Cup team, 1 winners over a strong Mexico am in the American Zone semi- finals of the international competition, is considered Australia- bound. The experts had predicted that the winner of the matches at the Palmer in Playoff For World Series AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Arnold 1 D almer, who plays at his best ver the tough Firestone Country -lub course, meets Jacky Cupit nd Phil Rodgers in a playoff 'uesday for the fourth and final pot in next month's World Series f Golf. Palmer, the leading money win- er this season with $96,955 in )fficial PGA prize earnings, has von six tournaments, but not the major ones that would earn him a spot in the World Serior. The other three places in the lept. 7-8 World Series, which also l be played at Firestone's 7,165- 'ard par 70 layout, will be filled jy U.S. Open champion, Julius Boros, British Open winner Bruce Charles and Jack Nicklaus, who captured the PGA and Masters Titles. Nicklaus' double victory left only one spot open in the fancy oursome. To fill the final berth an 18-hole match was set up among the players who lost the playoff with Boros for the U.S Champaign Man Wins 'IP Meet Open—Palmer and Cupit—and the oser in the British Open playoff, Rodgers. MIDWEST STANDINGS By THE ( ASSOCIATED PRESS W. L. Pet. G.B Clinton 29 19 .604 Burlington ... 26 20 .565 2 Quad Cities .. 26 •• 21 .553 2V Decatur ..;... 26 22 .542 3 Wis. Rapids ..26 22 .542 3 Cedar Rapids 24 23 .511 4V Quincy 23 24 .489 5V Waterloo 20 26 .435 Fox Cities .... 19 27 .413 Dubuque 16 31 .340 12V Casting Champion NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Husky Jon Tarantino of San Fran cisco claimed both the America Casting Association and skish al round trophies in the Nationa Casting Tournament Sunday. CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP) - The annual University of Illinois Gol Tournament has been won by C V. Vaugh of Champaign, who sho a 54-hole total of 223. Although the tournament was expanded this year to include the entire state, only 15 out-of-town entries appeared Sunday in t he disappointing field of 136. Most of Lhe participants were from the Champaign-Urbana area. Jack Dorsett, also of Champaign, was second with 225 and Ray Kimpel of Urbana placed third with 226. The competition was held on the par 72 University of Illinois course at nearby Savoy. In 1962 he played with Port land, Ore., Albuquerque, N.M and the Athletics. The Buffalo N.Y., resident had spring train ing at Bradenton, Fla., with th A's this March, was optioned t Portland on April 2 and was re called by the Athletics on Ma 23. os Angeles tennis club would ventually make the challenge ound with the perennial Austra- an champions. With the emergence of Dennis alston as a new giant of U.S. ennis, the experts are more con- inced than ever. Ralston, once the terrible-tem- ered question mark of the Davis uppers and last year's goat in le U.S. loss to Mexico, was the ero of the 1963 victory. After Rafael Osuna, the Mexi- an ace, upset top-rated Chuck VfcKinley in Friday's opening singles match, Ralston conquered Antonio Palafox tc give the United States a 1-1 split. Then the steady, solid play of Ralston eamedt he U.S. team the rey doubles win over the favored Mexican team of Osuna and Pala:ox, the Wimbledon champions. And on Sunday, Ralston gave fans the finest exhibition of amateur tennis seen here in years as he beat Osuna 6-1, 6-3, 7-5. The win, which gave the Americans a 3-1 edge, clinched the competition. McKinley beat PoJafox 6-4, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 in the finals. Osuna, forced to carry the load for Mexico, played brilliantly in beating McKinley. But he couldn't do it all in the doubles, and was pressured olf balance by the relentless Ralston on Sunday. 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