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f UEStJAV, AUGUST 20, 1903 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH t»A(H8 tfl.tft KM Optimistic O utlook For Illinois in 1963 BASEBALL HEROES Owl BUM STEER/ LFVERMORE, Calif—Fred Kruger, an 11-year- old "cowboy", seems to be getting the worst of it in the calf riding arena during the third annual Liver- more Junior Kodco Sunday. He got up and walked safely away after the tumble. (AP Wirephoto) 1 Rockford Wins Pony League World Title ROCKFORD, 111. (AP) — Rockford became Junior Pony League world champions Monday night after defeating Richmond, Calif., 10-1 in the championship game. Rockford's Dave Bosworth, who was credited with the victory, .held 4he West Coast team hitless going into the fifth inning. He struck out 14 and walked none. Richmond's only run scored on a double in the sixth by Gale Thome, one of Richmond's three pitchers. The California team committed four errors, including three in Rockford's six-run fifth inning. Randy Bilodeau hit a home run in the fourth for one of Rockford's four earned runs. The appearance in the Junior Pony League World Series, before 4,700 fans, was the first for both clubs. Each had 2-1 records in the tourney. Richmond 000 001 0-124 Rockford 102160X-1061 Doug Flores, Jim Rowley (4), Gale Thorne (4) and Andy Olech, Joe Scalia (5); Dave Bosworth and Dick Dummer, Mike Bellone (5). Home runs — Rockford, Randy Bilodeau, 4th, none on. Wichita Only Unbeaten Team Left inMeet WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Bill Glass hit two home inns to pace a 10-hit attack Monday night by Wichita in a 7-4 victory over North Platle, Neb., in a second round game of the National Non- Pro Baseball Tournament. Wichita became the first team to advance unbeaten into the third round of the marathon double-elimination tourney. ? A crowd of 6,500 was on hand •to watch the evening's games. Earlier, Bob Thorpe scored an un, earned run to give Greenville, Tennn., a 6-5 victory in 13 innings over Warren, Pa., in a first 'round game. Thorpe beat out an infield hit leading off the 13th, went lo second on a sacrifice and took third ;on an error. With the infield 'drawn in, Carl Lucas' tap got through third baseman Ken Martin and that was the bail game. 13 Begin 60-Mile Lake Swim CHICAGO (AP) — Thirteen men and three women plunged Into Lake Michigan today to start a 60-mile swim across the lake at a 72 degree angle to St, Joseph, Mich. Backers claim it is the longest open water swim in the world and expect the winner to reach the Michigan shoreline 45 hours after the 8 a.m. COT start. The entrants include Greta Anderson of Los Alamltos, Calif,, who won last year's 50-mile swim from Chicago to Kenosha, Wis,, in Lake Michigan; and Ted Erikson of Chicago, runnerup last year and the 1961 winner of a 36% mile swim from Chicago to Michigan City, Ind. Other swimmers include Abdel Latlf Abo Helf, Alexandria, United Arab Republic; John Brandt, Kenosha, Wis.; Miguel Gonsato, Monterrey, Mexico; Syder Quls- cardo, Mar <lej Plata, Argentina; Ruben Hernandez, Mo(erprey, Mexico; CyntWa JuUwi, West Point, N.Y.: Elmer Korbaj, Ch> cago; Joel Marcus, Gary, Ind,: DennJs Mjjtujfe V CWcugo, Jolu> Musi}, CWoigO! Wajtsr Crave 0$, OW9J JU1 N.J.1 Plan? Medical Group Urges Care of Grid Players CHAMPAIGN — A note of op limism, unusual in recent seasons, prevails at University of Illinois as Coach Pete Elliott pro pares to greet a 1963 football squad consisting of 77 players. The team will assemble Saturday, Aug. 31, for a 2 p.m. session with news photographers, and will get down to serious work t h e next day. A conditioning workout In light equipment lias been scheduled for Sunday afternoon. ltrglniiln|r Monday, the ((Mini will drill twice dally, a( 7 a.m. and 3:<ll> p.m. Twenty six Icllermen return, including eight starters from the 1962 club which finished strong with two wins in final four games against tough Big Ten foes. Also available are 37 newcomers, 12 returning squad members who did not earn letters last /all, and two junior college transfers who arc immediately eligible. Among returning regulars it junior center and linebacker Dick Butkus, who has been named to All- America co-captains most pre-scason teams. Others are CHICAGO — High school and I college football players and coaches warned today by the American Medical Association oC the dangers of vigorous physcial exercise in the blistering hot sun of August and early Steptember. I The AMA's Committee on Medical Aspects of Sports urged ecfal care against heat exhaustion or heat stroke in the hot and sometimes humid days of late summer as the football training season begins. Gradual adjustment to vigorous hot weather activity is ini|H)r(nn( (o avoid trouble, and adapting of salt and water intake to weather conditions is equally essential. The normal, healthy athlete can become conditioned to a hard training grind in about one week, If the schedule allows for gradual adjustment. Replamecent of water lost from German Team Bows In Babe Ruth Meet Bowling BOWL INN Women — Stanich 201, 178, (534); Bryant 174, 176 (617); Miller 181, 180 (513); Stanford 192, Hankins 176 (502);. Men — Newman 200, 205, Hankins 211, Book 212, Stanford 201, Brenner 214, Schreiber 201. BOWL HAVEN Scratch Chappell 232, 257, 222 (711); Touchette 218, 223, 225 (666); Tittle 225, 236, 203 (664); Wonders 225, 242, (643); Kozlowski 211, 212 202 (625); Compis 218, 204 (611); Chandler 242 (607); Netzhammei 224, 214 (603) ; Parmeley 221 (600) MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League All-Stars 5, New York Yankees Puflclc Coast League Dallas-Fort Worth 9, Salt Lake 1 ' San Diego 4, Spokane 0 Oklahoma City 3, Denver 2 Hawaii 8, Tacoma 7 (11 in nings) Hal Greer Signs PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Ha Greer, ninth leading scorer in the league last season, has signed hi 1963-64 contract to play with th< Philadelphia 76ers in the Nation al Basketball Association. FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) -Atlanta, Ga., overcome a four- un deficit to whip Oak Lawn, 111., 10-5, in the second game of the Babe Ruth Baseball World Series Monday night. In the first game of the 12th annual tournament, Farmington 3eat Frankfurt, Germany, 6-0. Oak Lawn scored four runs in the first inning as Chet Romanak and Bob Twardy each drove in two runs with singles. Pitcher Johnny Grace, tired in the fourth inning when Atlanta bombed him for five runs on three hits, two walks and an er ror. He was ejected from the game for throwing his glove to the ground in anger over a balk call. The balk resulted in Atlanta' go-ahead run. Farmington's victory over Frankfurt was the fourth one-hit ter pitched in world series com petition. Farmington scored twice in the sixth inning and added four run; in the seventh. Frankfurt's three pitchers gave up 16 walks. Frankfurt was abl to get a man lo second base onl> twice and got its first base run ner on in the fourth on a walk Invite Swedish Ace NEW YORK (AP) — The Nev York rangers of the Nationa Hockey League have asked Swed ish ace Ulf Sterner to report t their Winnipeg training camp Sept. 16. Mike Taliaferro, senior quarterback from Dallas, Texas (Wheaton, 111. U.S.), and Dick Deller senior guard from Cincinnati, 0 (Bacon), as well as ends Rich Callaghan, Champaign junior, and Mike Summers, Evanston senior onkowski, Chicago (Lindblom); *Miko Summers, Evanston; ROE-' Wagner, Sycamore (Elgin): ohn Willis, East SI. Louis. TnckU-8 — *Brian Uuniec, Ci- oro (Oak Park Fenwick); Bill "arrell, Park Forest (Rich East); Mck Fitzgerald, Calumet City, Chicago (Ml. Carmcl); Hochleut- cr, Elmwood Park; *Bill Minor, Chicago (St. Philip Basilica); Bob D elkus, Dos Plaines (Maine Vest); Dave Powlcss, Rock Is- md; Ed Silkaitis, Berkeley (Proviso West); * Archie Sutton, New Orleans, La. (Xavier); Paul Upon, Decatur (Eisenhower); John Vnlker, Decnlur (Eisenhower); foe Wolfe, Chicago (Oak Park '"emvick)i Guards — Kai Anderson, Moine; Bob Bcightol, Downers Imvo; **Dick Deller, Cincianati, Ohio (Bacon); **Bob Easter, Peoria (Richwoods); Gary Eichwmn, Chicago (Austin); *Wylie Fox, "alestine; Chuck Galbreath, Au- •ora (West); Ken Nietupski, Chicago (Feriger); D*on Saundcrs, ,ong Island, N.Y. (Jamaica); Ken Schreiner, Wheaton; Lynn Stcw- :irt, Woodstock; Jack Wainwright, Park Forest (Rich East); Ed Walsh, Berncnt; *Ed Washington Aurora (East). Centers — *Dick Butkus, Chicago (Vocational); Bruce Capel Glen Ellyn (Glenbard); Dave De Wolf, Woodstock; Jim Gruber Chicago (Lane Tech); Steve Kim ell, Wheaton; **Jim Planken- orn, Utica (Ottawa Marquette); im Unrath, Glen Ellyn (Glen iard West); Jim Weber, Beil- vood (Proviso West). (Jnnrlc'rhnnks — Ron Acks, Car- iondale; Mario Campanaro, Chiago (Stcinmelz); Fred Custardo, tfelrose Park (Proviso East); )ick Dorr, Jefferson City, Mo.; *Ron Fearn, Rickford (East); Mike Taliaferro, Dallas, Texas Wheaton, 111. H.S.). Halfbacks — Barry Deisf, itaunloif; *George Donnelly, De- Knlli; *Mike Dimdy, Prospect [eights (Arlington); Les Fouqtiay, Sldorado; *Trenton Jackson, Rochester, N.Y. (Franklin); Dick <ee, Wheaton; Art McCaskill, lentralia; Bernie McCabe, Chicago (St. Leo); Wayne Paulson, ;Iammond, Ind.; Sam Price, Toedo, Ohio (Scott); Bill Silhan, <Vestchesler (Proviso West); Wayne Strauch, Elmhurst (York); Ed Ten-ill, Moline; *Jim Warren, New Orleans, La. (Cohen); fty TIIK ASSOCIATED fRBSS BATTING—Max Alvis, Indians, ers. hit a pair of three-run homers in consecutive at-bats, powering Cleveland to 8-3 victory over Boston. PITCHING — Dennis Bennett, Phillies, shut out New York Metft 1-0 on five hits, for Philadelphia's eighth consecutive triumph. Foster Dance Team Wins at Bond Fair J FOSTERBURG — Dennis and Margaret Ann Martin of Fostor- burg won firs! place in the dance competition at the Bond County Fair in Greenville Monday night. The Martins, Dennis, 15, and Margaret Ann, 10, have been performing together for two years and have won many prizes at fair and dance contests. Charlotte Peters, a St. Louis television personality, was mistress of ceremonies of the contest Monday night, and has engaged the brother and sister act for her program sometime in the future. lost her lead as major to the Congo according to Inlport* Your Fnvorlte Fntnlly PHve TARLIGHT ?« R S cm I.ECE AVENUE, WON; in. nnx office Oncfii At ICNMS f ONITM itcttV tAWlft lift "the NtltTV tMiis Aiiitle Murphy In "SltOWIlOWN" _ Starts WED. for 1 Week IHRYFOHBA MfflEB untain MIMSYFiRVEB TECHNICOLOR PLUS 2ND KEATIJUM 'Hal Winelnnd, Flora; Cecil Young, Miami, Fla. (Goulds, ria.-Mays). Fullbacks — Dave Anderson, Xenia, Ohio (Beavercreek); *Neal Anderson, Streator; Jim Grabowski, Chicago (Taf't); Don Hansen, Evansville, Ind. (Ricte); Bill Harper, Peoria (Manual); Tony Parola, Taylor Springs (Hillsboro); Dee Rutherford, Ml. Vernon; *A1 Wheatland, Streator. Thursday night the two will dance in competition at Hillsboro. LAPAZ — A spaghetti maker is catering to the large number of Italian immigrants now there. 1ANC Color Cartoons, Free PliiygrotmU — CHILDREN Admitted WIEE lie body during workouts is im- lortant, the AMA said, pointing ut that the old idea that water hould be withheld from athletes uring training sessions has no cientilic foundation. Restriction of water can lead o heat exhaustion by depleting vater in the body. Water lost lirough heavy perspiration must ie replaced, hour by hour. Half a glass at a time is the recom- nended amount; gulping of large uantities of water during work- uts is not recommended. Extra salting of food will take care of tho replacement o£ salt loss by sweating during training. Salt tablets ordinarily aren't needed. The tablets, especially on an empty stomacli, can be irritating and may be poorly absorbed. Symptoms of water and salt depletion may include headache, nausea, hallucinations and weak and rapid pulse. Coaches were urged to watch athletes carefully for signs of lethargy, inattention, stupor, awkwardness or unusual fatigue. Eight suggestions were offered :o help prevent heat exhaustion and heat stroke during hot weather athletic activity — Require a careful medical his- .ory and checkup prior to be- dnning of practice. * Schedule workouts during cooler morning and early evening hours in hot weather, * Acclimatize athletes in hot weather-activity by carefully graduated practice schedules. * Provide rest periods of 15 to 30 minutes during workouts of an hour or more in hot weather. * Supply with clothing (io reflect heat) which it loose and comfortable (to permit heat escape and prcmeablo to moisture (to allow heat loss via sweat). * Furnish extra salt and water in recommended amounts during hot weather. * Watch alhletes carefully for signs of trouble, particularly tho determined athlete who may not report discomfort. Remember that the temperature and humidity, not the sun, are the important factors. Heat exhaustion and heat stroke can occur in the shade. tackle Archie Sullon, New Oi leans, La. (Xavier), junior, Bob Easter, Peoria (Richwoods) senior, and halfback Jim Warren, New Orelans, La. (Cohen) senior. Two newcomers are considered likely contenders for tho first team — halfback Sam Price, S-ll'/z, 210, Toledo, Ohio (Scott), and fullback Jim Grabowski, 6-2, 208, Chicago (Tatt). Nine oilier sophomores are expected to bo among .the first three teams which Elliott lines up for beginning of practice. The complete invitation list follows (letters indicated by *): Ends — *Rich Callaghan, Champaign, Terry Fairbanks, Champaign; Dave Mueller, Hammond, Ind.; Roy Neisz, Evansville, Ind. (Reitz); **Bill Pasko, Chicago (Weber); Eddie Russell, Toledo, Ohio (Macomber); *Greg Schumacher, Chicago (Taft); Dennis Woods, Orlando, Fte, r\ REUNION r ,.^j, N.Yt-w»Yankee catcher Stars**-Yankee game in Buffalo, A rec- m talks with former Yankee orA prowfl of 88,584 wltumed a pitch* ,-A M dfirf$" Joe McCarthy, and Ing exhibition which brought the All- ,t Vwikeo manager Ralph Hook Stars a 5-0 win over the Yanks. (AP the International League All- Wirephoto * Summersport Tankers Take Nine Crowns COLLINSVILLE — Nine first places were captured by Sum- mersport swimmers at the Annual Novice Swim Meet sponsor ed by the Southwestern Illinois Swimming Association at the Town and Country Pool on Saturday. Betty Rhoads was the only double winner as she scored in the 8-nnd-imder girls 25- meter backstroke and 25-meter butterfly. She also placed fourth in the 25-meter brciist- stroke event. In the 8-and- under boys, Keith Stecher was first in the 25-meter breast' stroke and took second in tlio backstoke and fith in freestyle. Carol Novitskie placed first ir the 9 and 10 girls 25-meter breast stroke and captured thirds in the 25-meter freestyle and 25 meter backstroke events. Terry Carpenter has three second placi ribbons for the 9 and 10 boys 25 meter freestyoe, backstroke, anc butterfly events. Kim Barnet swam to a first place in the breaststroke for 9 and 10 boy, while Corky King was third in the same event. In the intermediate division, Pa Barrett raced to a first in thi 50-meter backstroke while team mate Don Roberts took a seconc in the 50-meter breaststroke anc a pair of fourth places in the back stroke and butterfly races. Briai Dickerson also took second in tlv freestyle event for 13-14 boys. Robyn Reid led tho way fo the 13-14 girls with a first in th 50-meter freestyle and a secom in the 50-meter backstroke. Elle, Arkis also scored second in th 13-14 girls butterfly race. Tom Held paced thn 15-17 boys in the 50-metor freestyle at 29..1 und was second in the hroiisthtroUo, Tom Meiulenhull luul a first place in the 50- ini'liM 4 backstroke raeo Karl lirown swum lo a |>ulr of third places In the fiO-inetcr froesl.yl« and backstroke contests. <lmi Friedman also look a third in thu bmistt>troko for 15-17 boys. Fourth places went to G r e Riccardi (11-12 boys butterfly Maiihu Rhoads (11-12 girls bu terfly). Martha also had a thii place In the backstroke race. Do Spillman swam fourth in hot the freestyle und breaslHtrok for 13-14 boys and Putty O'Dor nell was fourth in the 13-14 gir backstroke. Fifth place ribboi went to Nancy Stacker (8-ai\c under breaststroke), Mary An Harney (94Q freestyle, and 6th I the breaststroke and backstroke Doug Mendenhall (11-12 breas stroke), Judy O'Donnell (114 freestyle), Barbura Mendenlw (}344 breaststroke), \ Outdoors with Harold Brand Enjoyed Good Fishing "The fishing was terrific on pider Lake near Woodruff, Wis., .iring our recent three - week ication at Lakeside Retreat Re- jrt" reported Clem Forbes, j26 Oscar St., who with his wife nd three children, fished, swam •id water skied there. In three weeks, we landed ore than 50 bass averaging om 1% up to five pounds," he mtinued. "The most popular re was a Weede, a small frog re with a pork chunk. Some of ie bass were smallmouth and hers largemouth. '"After counting to 500 crappie, e stopped keeping track of lem," Forbes said. "The crap- ie averaged 11 inches and all eighed about one pound. We al- o landed numerous northern ike ranging up to 32 inches in ength." Was Cold The temperature ranged in the O's at night up to 95 in daytime. Vhile the Forbes were there, iree other Alton area couples isited there for several days 'he couples were Mr. and Mrs. >res Belcher, Mr. and Mrs. EI- iier Theisen, and Mr. and Mrs larvey Calunie. It rained all the time the three miples were there. Belcher said ic nearly froze two nights in a o\v. Art Colston of Alton, the 'esort owner, supplied Belchei vilh an electric blanket and two icavy blankets to help keep him varm. Belcher prefers Alton' varmer climate. We saw as least 30 deer anr Don't Forget To Register for $1065.00 IN FREE PRIZES! You Could Be the Lucky Winner In our First Anniversary Celebration. See Thursday's Paper for Details. Woody's Self-Service DRIVE-IN GODFREY ROAD, GODFREY nine bears," Forbes said. "One aear raided our camp regular^ it night. The bears are so plenti ul that the Wisconsin Conserva ion Department is becoming alarmed. Colston also has enter ed the real estate business in Wis cousin and has listed cottages md resorts for sale. Colston operates his resort in warm month and returns to Alton in the fall.' Log Kace Winners Ed Ltuitli of Flotilla 3, Harbo Point Yacht Club, was declared vinner of the Coast Guard Auxil ary's recent annual Predictec Log Race on Alton Lake at Car jenter's Hall in St. Louis Satur- ay evening. His percentage of error was only 1.55 in estimating he elapsed time between several check points of the 20-to!5-mile course. Second place went to Ray St. Jem me of Flotilla 11, Riviera Yacht Club, with a 1.96 percentage of error. Third place was tak- in by Bess Coolldge of Flotilla !, Lake Village Yacht Club, with a 1.99 percentage of error. The Tailender trophy went to Frank lurphy who scored 90.3 percentage of error. There were 36 entries and 34 boats finished, reported Harold Jansen, California Avenue. The Riemann Trophy, given to the team with the lowest percentage of error, went to Flotilla II. Their combined error was 5.50 per cent. Lauth, in an inboard cruiser, also won the Issler Trophy given for the least percentage of error between any check point. His score was perfect 0.0. Best Decorated Craft E. I). Holme's runabout 'Skookie" was named best decorated runabout in the race. He is from Lake Village. Eurl E. Raf- fetry's houseboat "Rafferty's took top honors for best decort- ed houseboat. T. C. Wagster with his "J. A. Le-Mym's" cruiser took top cruiser decoration trophy. The St. Gemme Trophy was taken by Flotilla 11 for the greatest number of boats competing. The Flotilla had 17 entries. Boating Estimates A U. S. Coast Guard report shows an 8.5 per cent drop in the number of fatal boating accidents, coupled with a 13.9 per cent increase in the number of registered boats during 1962. This indicates that efforts to teach safe boating by the Coast Guard, U. S. Power Squadrons, American Red Cross and all other such organizations are effective. The Coast Guard Auxiliary estimates that there are about 84,000 pleasure boats in the Greater St. Louis - Alton Area. The Auxiliary also estimate that there are 137,000 pleasure craft in Illinois and 206,000 in Missouri. BEL*AIR HWY.66RU1 TR. 6-9636 OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK LAST NITE JOHN WAYNE "DONOVAN'S REEF" D. Reynolds "Six Loves" STARTS WED, • HENRY FONDA MAUREEN O'HARA James MacArthur Donald Crisp SPENCERS MOUNTAIN TECHNICOLOR nuinitd bj WARMU BROS. TUES., WED., THURS. Family Prices—AH Seats 25c Kiddies Matinee Wednesday Continuous from 1 p.m. TONIGHT, WED., THURS. I Tues., Thurs. at 7:15 P.M. Wed. 1:00, 4:19, 7:20 p.m. I thefifant A FANWSCOPEi TECHNICOLOR' Tues., Thurs. at 8:35 P.M. Wed. 2:45, 5:47, 8:55 p.m. 010 ST tOUIS RD. Cl.4-2114 OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK LAST NITE ELVIS PRESLEY "HAPPENED at the FAIR" "Courtship of Eddie" STARTS WED, IT'S ALL NEW JMRCULE! 'WOMEN Buhl Tries Again For Tenth Victory CHICAGO (AP)—Bob Buhl will mve tho law of averages on his side today when the Chicago Cubs open a three-game home stand ,vith the Pittsburgh Pirates. The veteran right-hander will be trying for his 10th victory after failing to roach it six times. He takes a 9-11 record against the Bucs 1 Don Cardwcll (10-12). After the Pirate series, the Cubs, five games over the .500 mark after a double-header sweep Sunday in Cincinnati, will meet tho New Hork Mets, Philadelphia Phillies and Houston Colts—all in three-game sets — during their homo stand. This will mean that Manager Bob Kennedy will not have to go beyond his first four starting pitchers — Buhl, Dick Ellsworth, Larry Jackson and Paul Tolh. Tho Cubs us well as the Whim Sox were off Monday. The Sox after dropping three out of tout games to the New York Yankees try to pick up the pieces on a two week road trip opening Tuesday night in Boston with Juun Pl/im-o (14-7) facing Earl Wilson (9-14) NOW Ends Thurs. Open 6:45 Comfortably C00r WILDEY Hell you, chum. ..laughs it is! ..y| Come BLOW YOUR HORN [TECHHICOlOH'HIill U6J. MOUY BARBARA JILL COBB-PICON-RUSH-SIJOHW •VIII ifftM M«*n*OMtt» DAN AI PHYLLIS TONY BLOCKER'McGUIRE-BILL Presented 7:10, 0:10—Cartoon STARTS FRIDAY. .BOTH THEATERS "CAPTAIN SINBAD" Plus "DRUMS of AFRICA 11 VACATION'S OVER! Skaggs Steak House Edwardsville Rd. Wood River NOW OPEN Stop in—we'll appreciate seeing you again Chicago now is tied for second >lace with Minnesota, lOMi games >ohind the Yankees. Before heading east, Manager Al Lopez said ho still thinks the Yankees will hit a slump. "Naturally, they've got a tre- uondous advantage in the race," ie said. "But you can't give up. We've got lo play just that much larder." FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED I'FESS SAG1NAW, Mich.—Kenny Lane, 134%, Muskegon, Mich,, outpoint- ed Paul Armstraid, 135, Los Angeles, 10, Michigan version of world light heavyweight championship. NEW BEDFORD, Mass.—Johnny Bizzarre, 132',a, Erie, Pa., out- pointed Paddy Read, 133, Providence, Mass., 10. Little Leaguers Play WILLIAMSPORT, Pa, (AP) Houston, Tex., and Granada Hills, Calif., open the action today in the 17th annual Little League world Series. BOYS, GIRLS! WIN A NEW BIKE! ENTER WIMPY'S BIG FREE COLORING CONTEST! GET DETAILS AND ENTEY BLANKS AT WIMPY'S Drive-In GODFREY ROAD GODFREY i' >> «' <> <> <> <> <• <> <> <> ,' ,1 ,' ,' ,' (> I' <> l> <> I 1 I' c 1 l> ,' <> BETHALTO HOMECOMING LABOR DAY WEEKEND AUG. 31, SEPT. 1-2 Sponsored by The Fire Department and American Legion Free Entertainment *— ConcoHlprti «« Rldoi *« Plenty of Refreshment St«ndi--' Kiddle Parade Sunday, 2 p.m,

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