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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

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ALTON JMBNING to Job Safes f .5 ;(AP) I,- Millcry <«ice a Bows flaby t .with tlu? St. Louis jfcardiiia'ii, came bfck $0 flaunt )iis totiirter ,team< mates AV% ;a< ! sc!nUiMltig ; relief pertonflance Tuesday H ight as' tha Lqs Angeles %dger!/ '.strettiled their National LeftguWilcttd ;to 6'^ gamej over the ssecoii/3-place .Cardinals, U •'''.'•' . • ' , Miller (S-JS); relieved starter Joroiny -|>odrJ58 in thd .fifth inning and aJlovve^jOhly'ohjj hit as the Dqdgew i,upiet ,Ule q)ardlnals -7»5; fttm, McCttnter Darned with two out in the fllnth, buti pinch batter Stan Afuslai grounded put to end the game. ; ' ' The , Dodgers struck early off lower Lew ' fiutdotte \(840) by scoring all their runs In the first four Innings* The Dodgers look a 2-0 lead In the second, but .the Cardinals bounced back to tic. the score in the third on a triple by Julian Javier, a single by Me- Carver and a hit by "Curt Flood. Javier nut the .Cardinals into a 4-2 161$, in "the fpurlli'ivith a twp- run $w$p. ." $ut the Dodgers iced, the game in th,eir half of .the fourth when they 'scored five times Against Bu^dctJjC and Ray Siidedd. Rpn Fairly's bases-loaded , single off Sadecki scored tfie final t\yp ruiis. The victory was the fifth straight by !flie Dodgers .over the £ar;cfinals 'and! Van 3fie ( qurrent -Los Angeles filming streak' , to six gavnes. A noisy crowd , of .50,122 attended. A p£jj- of l^ft-liaijders ,wlll s ta^ke the niound tonight ,|or .Uip .second game , of Uie ,tliree-gaine series. Curt SirMmons CtW3) will hurl for the GarotefVaJs, and sjxifceout: .jaqe Sandy *|<9«fax yi(9-5)'"''.iylii -be '\ on the 'jnound/ tor Uje Dodgers. Husky's Bob-Lee's */ Win Class B Games Two shutouts were recorded Tuesday night as Bushy's and Bob and Lee's advanced in the Amateur Softball Association Class B Regional Tournament at Water-lower Park. Bushy's pf Wood River eliminat ed Wliitelaw Aye. Baptist Church of Wood River from'.further con CWSE If ARMORY SAN FRANCISCO—M i l.wan It c.c Braves manager Bobby Bragan, left, joined members of the San Francisco chapter of .the Association for the Preservation of Barber Shop Quartet Singing, as they raised their voices on the Candlestick Park playing field before game last night between Milwaukee and San Francisco. Bragan is a member of the Cow Town chapter of barber shop singers at Fort Worth, Texas. (AP Wirephoto) Is Bright «y RILL .Telegraph . •The ,ORen their ..against ..the; ffiversify'' of 'Galifornlff ,and ; the; prospects for ,a winning season are \}e,ry jbright .'''Experience is ; the ,bi g g e ; s t tblngi" liliindis 1 quarterback" Mike .•i^Jtf^** • ,.*t.-l •'.t.ji' t .^-f.^,.,1. -,w, , ...«..,., , ^ 4...-4.I.. rPi-i 1*nT n*tnn (*\**r\Ytf\\W*r\f\r\ . TVllllMat*! ialterro Selliihie's "Restaurant Tuesday night. ."Everyone {ajkf ia^ojftt our grout freshman team and .last -three .y^r/s .gMd .plenty of Uckets are jtvoliiibie. High-gcho^rsfu^e^ts^caji see -II- linoiis gaines .thisear, wth the . exception of homecoming against Minnesota,,,0ct'. IS, for the admission price .of ,?1. The illini play Jiy_e home games .this "season. After v Cali£orn- Ja, ' Illinois ;hpsts Nprthwestern '(Octpber -5), "MinnesptaF " (Nov!" : 2)aiid'Michigan (JNovV;9). Batting (SOO^iat -bats) — Groat St. Louis, .341; T. Davis, Los An geles', .327. •"' ' ••'•' ' "' Runs — Aaron, -Milwaukee, 91; Flo^d, St. Louis^ QO. ^"''V Ruiis batted iiu-Aaron; Mlwau- ' ; ' ' Hits— Groat, St. Louis, 170; Pinson, Cincinnati, 167. •':' . : Doubles— Groat, St, Louis, 36; Pinspn, Cincinnati, and Gonzalez,' Philadelphia, 28. Triples— Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; Gonzalez, Philadelphia","!!). " Home runs — McCovey, San Francisco, 34; ''"' ' 'ills, , Los Ange- aiid "Robinson, Classman |irp going tp be ty*good," he said. '"We've had a. lot of experience, and, let line toll you, wo gained It tlie hardest 'way'." Taiiaferro ,yvas - in Alton with "Athletic., publicity . ehuck! l Bella'tti" i on Illinois' .annua poster * campaign. Each y.ear members of the publicity office And football team tour''the .slate, talking to alumni, discussing,their prospects and passing out grid schedules. " (This year's pocket schedule received an award for the 'best designed card in t h,e na- Wins Trap .Crown The I^Iqld Slipp ;Np. •?l team, rep resenting' pwens-Iliiriois jygn the 1963 In dustrlaf "Tra| Leiague In the : cfassificatiqn. : .Harold 'Kasten, v plant ^manage "aqcepted jt£e ciwmpionship ,tr( piiy 'in.^ehaif ,qf -.the team .mem oe'rs .from iFrancis ; Gresham, ident";'pf\tUe "industrkii _Athleti< Association. '•'••Team^ niembers are Jerry Sey mour, Ed Price, Andy Zirkleba.cli Harry Broadway ^Richard Broad .way and Glarence fHubbard. Basketball F0r Musjal? ST. LOUIS ..(APX—Stan Musial ivpuld 'haye established .a .national reputation 'hi basketball, .the ,own- >r of the St. Louis basketball law.ks says. Ben K Kerqer made the statement n a letter ^enclosed .with a ?1,000 donation .to a 'fund to build a statute of the baseball Cardinal star .at ,Uie new Riverfront Stadium. "Our scouting reports ..indicate .hat if Musjal,' fa§t ^and .g. .good ,eft : handed hook shot, had taken that basketball scholarship at the Universiy ,of'Pittsburgh ;25 years ago, he might .eventually have' play.ed with ( the Hawk^," Kerner sai'd. "A ?20-a-plate dinner will be held Oct. 20 to raise money for tlie $40,000 -statue of the man. who holds more major league base- CoUiiisyille Edges Royals By 1-0 Cpjunt COLLINSVILLE - The Collins- vijle Rockettes scored a run in the bottom of me fifth inning Tuesday night and edged the Wood River Royals, 1-0, in a Twilight. League playoff game. The loss eliminated the Royals from further contention in postseason playoff action. By virtue of the win, The Rockeltes now play the league champion Alton Lakers in the championship play offs starting tonight. Sliirley Tucker was the tough luck loser against the Itockettes. She gave up five hits, struck out two and walked one. Her opponent, Georgia Yost, was touched for (lye hits, struck out two and walked none. The lone Coilinsville run was scored with two out and two on A fly ball was dropped in left fiei to permit the winning run. The Royals had threatened ir the top of the fourth when Sue Fritzsche singled and Carol Redford walked with two out. But, Miss Yost got Miss Tucker to pop up to end the threat. Royals (0) Coilinsville (1) Player AB R H Player AB R H Slevers Stanlch Cairns Fritzsche Redford Tucker Miller Anderson Bettendor . Pierce , 2 .0" 0 Yost enflon with a solid 15-0 thump ng. Bob and Leo's of Alton ouslct Town Club, 8-0. Jack Ithtrailfls was tlin win- for Bushy'*, al- lilLs, striking out 10 and walking none. Harold Wooley was the starting and losing pitcher for Wliitelaw. Bushy's pounded out 14 hits vilh Jerome Wintjen getting three. Bob Boyd, Grady Watkins, Sonny Bryant, Tony Errand! and ^hoades had two apiece. BuJjhy's collected eight runs In the sixth liming after building up a 7-0 bulge In the first five frame*!. Bob and Lee's scored four runs in tlie first inning and coasted to its win over Town Club. John Campbell was the winning pitcher, giving up five hits, striking out seven and walking none. Dan Mooro absorbed the loss. However, Mooro had a perfect night at the plate — 3-for-8. Bob and Lee's gathered six lilts, tsvo by Wen Cunningham. Here is tlie tourney schedule through Sunday: THURSDAY Game 21. — Alton Bombers vs. Bob and Lee's, 6:30 Game 19 — Jerseyville vs. P. N. Hirsch (Kane), 7:45 Game 13 — Gillespie vs. Brighton, 9:00 FRIDAY .Game 20 — Bushy's vs. winner "Jerseyville-Hirsch, 6:15 SATURDAY Game 22 — Winner of G 20 vs. Water tower, 6:15 SUNDAY Game 23 — East St. Louis vs. anner .G 21, 1:30 : Game 24 — Winner G 22 vs. miner G 23, 2:45 Game 25 —Winner G 24 vs. BUTTS FAMILY HAPPY Wallace Butts gets a libel suit against the Saturday Evening ball ijfcords alive. man any person MIDWEST LEAGU_E By THE ASSOCIATED. PRESS Dubuque it, Decatur 9 Cedar Rapids, 7, Burlington .,6 Quad Cities 4, J3uincy 0, .Clinton 3, Fox Cities 1 'Wisconsin Rapids ;7, (Waterloo .$ 300 Mezzano 300 Rowe 301 Buecher 301 Matyas 3 0 1 Peersuel 301 Denny 3 0 1 Spacher 2 O 0 Baum- 300 3 1 2 201 300 301 '3 0 1 300 200 300 les, 26; Pinson Cincinnati, 25. Pitching ,(12 .decisions).—Perra- noskj, "£$; Angetes;. ^ >867; McBjan, Pittsburgh, '12-3, .800. Strikeouts—Koufax, LQS ; Angeles, "223; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 214." , . - ; American League , Batting (300 at-|Jit1) - YasU> zemski, Boston, .329;" KaUne, De-' troitj .318. •'..'' Runs r- Yastr^em'sld, !§,°$ on j and "{Fresh, New., York'," 76." batted ip—Stuart, Boston 91; Kallne, pflt ,. Hits— Yaslrajmskj, JSostqn, JL46; Kaline, Detroit", '143, ., 34; Causey, IJansas City, 29. Tuples - V i ersa ! lle k s ; Muiue and I-Iinton, Washington, 11. Hppie; runs-Stuart, ESpston, 32; Klllejjrew, Minnesota, 28. Stolen Jjf^e? ,— .ARftricip, §alti- morje, SO;" %%• •Ws#'J 1 ng to . ll .V Piichlng (12 decisions). — Radatz, Boston, 12-4, .750; Bouton, New York/ 16-& -727., Strikeouts — "Bunnlng, Detroit, 151;' Barber, Baltoiore, J$. A senior sar Illinois; Taiiaferro passed for metre ,than 1,200 yards year ago. A physical education major, he carries a 4.7 plus academic average and ^lauded x cpadi P u e(e Elliott's ijnte'rest- .in the .academic side of college life. "Muny .coaches are only .cpuoornpd \wHli football and lake no interest In the other i aspects of college," lie said, .-! but'"Jwr.- Elliott docs. ' "He's established a study haU fpr freshman athletes. He •.checks the athletes' grades abqut .eyery six weeks, and he arranges a tutor' for i those boys who Anight be haying trouble." TaiWerrp 'then went .down .tlie roster position by position, singling out All - American candi- "datei Dick Butkus at center and 6-2, -2J.2 ,- .ftqiuid Sjophpmore half- back'Sam Price from Toledo, 'Ohio gs t twjo players who should ujj" most iiifluejitial\4n Illini plans for 1963. .. . rqniiiliKlor pf flio line 111 ^'agko at loft ,01111 witii help from Greg Scliunm- diw, Ar^lile Sutton at loft tuoklo, toytm Stownrt at ^pltt guard, co-captain Dick " Major STANDINGS By THE PREJIS Amercan League Vw. L. Pet. G.B. Ne\y York .... 78 .44 .639 — Chicagp". :..... 69 54 .561 Stt '" 68 55 .553 Baltoipi-e V..'. ,68 5TT ,544 Cleveland 7.V. & '64 .488 National ?,League " "'" ,os Angeles .. 75 48 St. Louis "._.'.. ,69 55 Sari "iSancisco 68 56 ilaaieljphia"",. 69 59 Cincinnati•..-.. 68 Bostpn Kansas .City ... S Angeles 59 64 ,v, v ...,. 56 ,65 I|y 8 ^.459 .452 >2 23 Tennis Holds Tourney Tijp Alton Tennis Club will spon sor a tennis tournament -which will Include men's singles and doubles., junior boy* ^igles doubjes flHd women's 5 6 57 69 ;45 -79 .363 34 Tuesday's Results , 2,' Ne\v .'York 1 ; ), iEipSljOn ;2 . i Detroit 6, Minnesota 0 Kansas City ; 9-7, Washington ,0-5 14 jjiiiings) Los Aiigfiles ^t Baltimorp, ,rain "JoUiiy's .Games Cleveland"at New : York (2, I night) ".' Cliicagp at Boston (N) I/ps ^Angeles at Baltimore.' (2 Milwaukee Chicago'^. Pittsburgh Houston ",'.. New^prk . ght .tosfele .jjifld Mli»tto)c ^Ilko Siunmerp at .jplght gjd, , , 3^1CjB>lU 'hold do#» Mie" haUback slot /and TaUafei^p, help ff9m Ron Aeks V§m&> ®M be at 'Jim Warren will doubles it tlie Rock Spring Parfe • 1. 'fo be eligible to compete m$ must elUu^r beJIJiift'WMF of the Alton Iftmtif P lu l' 9* reside In a town wliloli ha» a In tlie olub. A'meeting at 9 p.m. and AVas^iiigiJon at .Kansas City I<ps at Kftnsa,s I31ty (.N) B^altlnjpre (N), . jat .Only games §Cljedu\£|d ' ' '' G.B. ".610 1-r-" .557 Wa .548 7y 3 .539 SMi .527 10 .520 U .516 lli/a .504 13 .365 30'/ 3 .317 36'/s Totals 26 0 5 Totals 25 '1 5 Inning: 1234567 RHE Royt:ls 0000000—0 5 2 Coilinsville 0 p 0 0 1 0 x— v l 5 0 Georgia Coach Fires His Assistant Coach : ATHENS, Ga. (AP)-John Greg pry, an assistant .Georgia fpptbal cpacli ..who testified an 'Wallace Butts' libel suit against the Sat urday Evening Post, has been re lieye^ of his coaching duties b; head Coach Johnny Griffith. Griffith made the announce ment Tuesday after a federa courCjury awarded Butts ?3,060, POO. "Gregory testified for Butt and Griffith testified for the Pos in tlie suit. .Griffith said Gregory, .defensiv line .and .end cpach, was replacec by assistaiit ^Goach .Wyatt Posey Championship playoffs of the Twilight League hegin tonight for he Alton Lakers and Coilinsville New ;^ 61 65 60 64 60 62 61 46 80 40 86 Results 5, Chicago 3 4-1, Philadelphia ,0-2 (,2nd -1,2 .iijnings) Cinginnati 1, Houston 0 .Log' Angeles 7, St. Louis 5 Mi)\y.au)tee 6, San Francisco -1 v Today's Games ' CinjfiUinati at Houston (N) '• at Clu'cago at Pliiladelphia ,(N) St. ilypuis at Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco . ' Thursday's Games Pittsburgh at Clilcago St. UyUls at Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco Oniy'games scheduled Allan .(Sandy) Walker of Wash- ingtpij, P..C., will captain Har- 'p 196{l tennis team. Panama Boy Leads Jaycee Golf Fjeld .MIDLAND, Te,x. .(AP)' — \ Riley of Bajboa, Panania Cana ;d Ward of La mesa, .Calif.^>iled the two-divisio Ij^rU^tipnai Juniqr Chamber tomjiierce golf .tournament int its §ecqnd jpund to^ay. Riley shot a fpur-under-par Tuesday to .grab a two-stroke lea in the open\diylsion. Don Iverso of;' Lacrosgfe, Wis., the favorit Ragged jijopg witii a 69. "WE^B tpj)k a one-stroke lead i "*'* oar 7 oser G 13, 6:00 Lakers Meet ATLANTA kiss from his wife while their daughters look on during hotel room news conference in Atlanta Tuesday. A federal court jury had just awarded the former University of Georgia football coach a settlement of more than $3 million in his Post. Left to right: Mrs. JTrank Jones, Mrs. Nancy Wetherbee, standing, and Mrs. John H. Jones. The post article had accused Butts of rigging a football game. (AP Wirephoto) Post Magazine Will Appeal Jury Decision In Pla Rockettes girls Softball Seams at Vatertower Park. .Game time, is 8:30. . * '"" ' The series will be a best t\vo-out-of-three playoff to determine the post • season winner. The Lakers have already won the league cliaiupionsliip, defeating the Kookettes in a playoff game last week, 1-0. The Lakers go into tonight's game with a 25-9. overall record. In the league liiey tied with the Rockettes tor first place with a 16-4 record, then won the playoff game. Colluisville has an overall mark of 23-8. Bev Conaway, showing a 21-9 season's record, will take tlie mound against Georgia Yost, who, owns a 17-4 record. Three of those four losses have been administered by tlie Lakers. The Lakers hold a 3-2 edged over the Rockettes in games played thus far this season. The top three hitters for Collhisville are third baseman Kiiren liowo, shortstop Irene Mozznno and first iwsoinan Marge Decrcval. Second game of tlie playoff will be played Friday night at Coilins- ville. Third game is scheduled for Saturday night. Site will be determined by a flip of the coin. ATLANTA (AP)—The Saturday Evening Post plans to fight a $3,060,000 judgment awarded former University of Georgia football coach Wallace Butts by a federal jury which decided that the Post had ruined Butts' reputation. It was one of the largest libel judgments ever rendered. Immediately after me jury reported on Tuesday, attorneys for the Curtis Publishing Co. said they will appeal: The jury, composed of 12 men who never played football, heard 11 days of testimony and arguments regarding a March 23 Post story that said Butts gave inside inJEormation on tlie Georgia team ate has been set. After the verdict, Butts told a lews conference: "I feel very lUmble and grateful, particularly o the people who have stood by •ne tliroughout this trial and the days which preceded it." He said he hopes to return to coaching. Butts was a longtime coach at Georgia before being named athletic director in 1961. The magazine article, written jy Frank Graham Jr., said an At- anta insurance salesman, George D . Burnett, overheard a telephone conversation between Butts and Sryant prior to the 1962 game. to Alabama cpach Paul (Bear) Bryant before the 1962 Georgia Alabama game. Alabama woi 35-0. Much of the testimony, es pecially by football coaches players, dealt with intricate foot ball maneuvers and strategy. Butts, who was athletic directo at Georgia at the time of thj game, sued for $10 million. H and Bryant have maintained tlieii innocence of any attempt to rig the game. Tlie jury, alter deliberatin about .eight hours, awarded Butt 560,000 for general damage and $ million for pjiiiitiye purposes. (An AP story Tuesday reported ?3,600, 000. The figure should have beei $3,060,000.) the jury agreed \yiti Butts' contention that there wa malice in publication of the article The Post still faces a $10-mil lion suit filed by Bryant.' No tria "DESTRUCTION THRILL SHOW" . back in Uie pro • type spread of- Parola of Hlllebovo Ind Al •Wlieat- land are presently battling for the -.„ , If we can avoid injuries," he Aw) w jaws* (lint Illluolu 8t«aium te ssM to I West Junior liihool Seto f-at the lnfprn\aUon are .Jessica, Rogers Drake Tire, g Qoo^ JM J gn aittte (Kobb " 'byAlton MI1NOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS International l.wigiio Columbus G-3, Jacksonville 2-1 Atlanta 5, Indianapolis 2 Arkansas 10, Buffalo 9 (11 ir ningsi Syracuse a-7, Toronto 2-5 Richmond 2-6, Rochester I-] Burnett was quoted as saying e was accidentally cut into the long-distance conversation and heard Butts giving game secrets to Bryant. Butts, Bryant and other coaches, plus some Alabama and Georgia players, testified that no game "secrets were disclosed and that information in notes allegedly made by Burnett during the conversation was of no consequence. Johnny Griffith, who succeeded Butts as cpach at Georgia, said, however, that the information could have had a bearing on the game. STOP THESE 3 TIRE KILLERS WHEELS OUT Or LINE Worn out in 5,500 miles CAMBER ANGLE WRONG Tire Worn Lopsider! TIRES OUT OF BALANCE Spotty Tread Wear A Benefit Show Sponsored by ALTON EXCHANGE CLUB TICKETS MAY IE PURCHASEP FROM CLUB MEMBERS OR IJurloff's IJliud Sf Awning: Qodtroy liauU i Floral • Office SUNDAY SEPT. 1st PLUS 40 Lap Modified 30 Lap Amateur 20 tap mW THE FIREWORKS ALIGNMENT AND BALANCE SPECIAL HERE'S HOW WE SAVE YOUR TIRES • Correct Caster, Camber, Toe-In • Adjust Steering •'.'Lubricate all Front End Parti TIME TRIALS ....7:30 ,....8:30 GODFREY SPEEDWAY HQWTjl §7 - 3} mi$ N0&TH OF ALTON Balanca Front Wheel? All MAKE! 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