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pAtm ALTON EVENING , AUGUST 23, JLU83 Alive, Beat ers, 3-2 Flood Misses Base, But Gets 4 Hits By MIKK Associated Ffpss S|x>Hs Writer The St. Louis Cardinals, almost left high and dry by Curt Flood took off for Houston today after salvaging the finale of a three- game set with National League- leading Los Angeles and temporarily at least, throwing the Dodgers' runaway chances overboard. Despite a base-running boner by the sure-footed Flood, the Cardinals kept the Dodgers from building their lead to a whopping 8V 2 games by edging the front-runners 3-2 Thursday night in a game punctuated by missed opportunities. Flood, racing around third on Bill White's hit with the score tied 2-2 in the fifth, missed the bag and had to retreat. By the time Flood, who had four hits for the night, retraced his steps, it was too late to try and score. As it turned out, the Cardinals snapped the tie in the sixth on a double by Ken Boyer and Julian Javier's single, ending the Dodgers' winning streak at seven games and trimming their lead to 6% games. The Cardinals, who came into Los Angeles only 5Yz games back and riding a three-game winning streak, now will be looking to make up ground against the Colts while the Dodgers tackle the suddenly potent Milwaukee Braves. The Braves, who have movet into sixth place by winning eight of their last 10, lost to third-place San Francisco 8-6 as Juan Marichal posted his 19th victory despite a grand slam homer by Milwaukee's Joe Torre. The Giants are 7M; back. In the only other NL game scheduled, Roberto Clemente hit a grand slam homer in Pittsburgh's 9-3 belting of the Chicago Cubs. The Cardinals scored twice in the first against Dodgers starter Don Drysdale, 16-14. Dick Groat was hit by a pitch, moved to third on a single by White and scored on Stan Musial's grounder before Boyer singled White home. The Dodgers came back to tie in the third against Ernie Broglio, 14-8, on run-producing singles by Wally Moon and Tommy Davis. After that they were unable to come up with the key hit. Marichal, 19-6, was tagged for Torre's grand slam in the eighth, but by that time it was too late for the Braves. Felipe Alou's three-run homer in a four-run third inning rally against Tony Colinger, 8-8, had put the Giants ahead to stay. Edwardsville Trainer Joins Health Group EDWARDSVILLE — Dr. Wil- Philadelphia, 33. bur H. S. Bohm, who has attained national recognition as a trainer for professional baseball and football teams, was in receipt Thursday of a certificate attesting to his admission to the Royal Society for the promotion of Health. Dr. Bohm, an osteopathic physician residing on Poag Road near Edwardsville in off-seasons, received the accolade from the international organization, founded in 1876 with the reigning Queen of England as its patron. During a long career as trainer for athletic teams, launched when he was a member of the department of physical education and athletics at Washington State College, nosv Washington State University, Dr. Bohm has treatec Charley horses, sprains and bruises for football and baseball heroes — including Stan Musial o: the St. Louis Cardinals in spring training workouts in Florida. Dr. Bohm has served as head trainer for the Washington Redskins professional football team, the Cincinnati Reds baseball team In the National League, The Calgary Stanipederu in the Canadian Professional Football League, and has been on the training stuff of the New York Giants pro football team. He has worked as a traine with the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team during spring training in Florida the past 10 season and also was a trainer for the Joe Stripp School of Baseball a Orlando, Fla. The Royal Society for the Pro motion of Health, to whict Pr, Jionm has been admitted membership, is engaged in inter national Improvement of health The certificate states she is en titled to use the designutio CUT DOWN AT HOME Carl Brandenburg of P. N. Hirsch of Kane is out at home plate in this fifth inning action Thursday night in the Class B Regional Softball Tournament at Watertower. Brangenburg was at- centerfielder Roger Kuehnel of Jerseyville. Diving across home plate to make the tag is catcher Carl Crawford, Avho played defensive halfback for the powerful University of Missouri Tigers last tempting to score on a fly ball, but was season. At left is Umpire Bob Andre, cut down at the plate on a throw by —Don Hayes photo. MONTICELLO, N.Y. UP) - It's een five years since a rare rain illness cut down the bright ro basketball career of an ami- ble giant from Pennsylvania— daUrice Stokes. His friends in the National Bas- etball Association remember him •ell. They're contributing the fth annual benefit game here tonight for Big Mo to help him to- r ard the day he can leave Christ Hospital in Cincinnati. Stokes has made what his doc- or's call gradual progress. The wift illness left him paralyzed at irst and unable to speak. He's learned to speak some imple words, and has worked ard to regain some movement in rms and legs, to the point where e can walk with a body brace. He can laugh. Jack Twyman, veteran Cincinati Royals star and Stokes' teammate when Big Mo was rounding ito an NBA marvel, became his By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (300 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston, .325; Kaline, Detroit, .318. Runs — Tresh, New York, 79; Yastrzemski, Boston, 77. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 93; Kaline, Detroit, 80. Hits—Yastivemski, Boston, 147; Kaline, Detroit, 143. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 34; Causey, Kansas City, 29. t Triples — Hinton, Washington, .2; Versalles, Minnesota, 11. Home runs—Stuart, Boston, 33; Sillebrew, Minnesota, 28. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 31; Hinton, Washington, 21. Pitching (12 decisions) — Ra- data, Boston, 12-4, .750; Peters, Chicago, 14-5, .737. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, 153; Barber, Baltimore, 151. National League Batting (300 at bats) — Groat, St. Louis, .336; T. Davis, Los Angles, .329. Runs — Aaron, Milwaukee, 93; Flood, St. Louis, 90. Runs batted in—Aaron, Milwaukee, 104; White, St. Louis, 91. Hits—Groat, St. Louis, 171; Pinson, Cincinnati, 168. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 36; Pinson, Cincinnati, and Gonzalez, Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; onzalez. Philadelphia, 10. Home runs — McCovey, San 'rancisco, 34; Aaron, Milwaukee, 2. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Ange- es, 26; Pinson and Robinson, Cin- innati, 2". Pitching (12 decisions)—Perra- loski, Los Angeles, 13-2, .867; VIcBean, Pittsburgh, 13-3, .813. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Ange- es, 233; Drysdale, Los Angeles 115. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Minnesota (Stigman 12-12) and (Perry 9-8) at Baltimore (Robert 11-10) and Pappas 11-8) 2, twi night Kansas City (Wickersham 10 10) and (Lovrich 1-0) at Detroi (Lary 2-6) and Regan 8-7), 2, twi night Boston (Wilson 9-14) at Cleve land (Ramos 6-5) N Los Angeles (McBride 12-8) Washington (Osteen 6-10) N Chicago (Wilhelm 2-7) at Nev York (Boulon 16-6) N National League New York (Stallard 6-11) Chicago (Toth 4-8) Pittsburgh (Schwall 6-8) at Phi adelphia (Green 4-3) or Benne 6-2) N St. Louis (Gibson 13-7) at Hous ton (Farrell 10-9) N Milwaukee (Spahn 15-5) at Lo Angeles (Calmus 2-0) or Riche; 14) N Cincinnati (Maloney 18-5) i San Francisco (Sanford 12-12) ^ irsch of Kane and Brighton won imes Thursday night in the ASA lass B Regional Softball Tourna- ient at Watertower Park. The Bombers came from behind ith four runs in the last two nings to eliminate Bob and Lee's om further play, 5-4. P, N. Hirsch rallied for three runs In the top of the sixth to oust Jerscyville, 4-2. Brighton assured itself of a ace in the state tournament at 'acomb next week by beating illespie, 6-0. Winner and runner} of the Watertower tourney ad- ance to the Macornb tourney, nee Brighton plays in the title ame, it can finish no worse than unerup. Ray Parton pitched the Bombers to their win. Roger Kanalakan started for Bob and Lee's and was relieved by John Campbell in the sixth Campbell was nicked for the winning run In the seventh and absorbed the loss. The Bombers collected nine hits nd Bob and Lee's six. Outstanding defensive play of ie game came in the sixth inn- g when shortstop Denny Wooff the Bombers backhanded a line five with the leading run on Dr. Bohm makes his home when in this area, with a brothe und sister, Miss Dora Bohm an Elmer Bohm, at pioneer feroij residence on Poag Road, west o Edwardsville. mo FOOTBAU* fly <fUK American &ui Piusjo 21, Houston 3 Bombers., Hirsch Alive; Brighton Makes 4 ! The Alton Bombers, P. N. .second base. Don Graner's sparked Hirsch two-hit pitchin. to its win. He struck out 11, the last seven batters going down on strikes. Bob 3Iackeldoii started for Jerseyville and was relieved by Bruce Crawford in the sixth. Mackeldon was the loser. Rod and Rich Ross each had two hits for Hirsch. Brighton scored three runs in the first inning and three insurance runs in the top of the fifth to hand Gillespie its first loss in this double elimination tourney. Jerry Weidner went all the way for Brighton, giving up two hits, striking out seven and walking one. Torn Campbell was the losing pitcher, giving up eight hits, striking out six and walking one. Dawson and Ernie Kasten had RBI triples in the three-run sixth frame for the winners. Leadoff hitter Dave Musgrave collected both Gillespie's bits. Dawson had three hits and Kasten two for Bi-ighton. Only one game is scheduled in the tournament tonight. At 6; 15, Bushy's plays Hirsch, the loser being eliminated from the meet. Major League] STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. York .... 80 45 .640 — Detroit 56 i Angeles .. 58 Chicago 70 55 .560 10 Minnesota .... 69 55 .557 lOVa Baltimore .... 70 58 .547 11 Vj lieveland .... 62 66 .484 19'/ 2 Boston 60 65 .480 10 <ansas City .. 57 67 .460 22M- 66 .459 22'/ 2 71 .450 24 Vashington .. 46 80 .365 34% Thursday's Results Cleveland 7, New York 4 Boston 11, Chicago 2 Kansas City 6, Washington 2 Baltimore 5, Los Angeles 1 Only games scheduled Today's Games Minnesota at Baltimore (2, twi- night) Kansas City at Detroit (2 twi light) Boston at Cleveland (N) Los Angeles at Washington (N) Chicago at New York (N) Saturday's Games Kansas City at Detroit Boston at Cleveland Los Angeles at Washington (N) Minnesota at Baltimore (N) Chicago at New York National Leaague W. L. Pet. G.B Los Angeles .. 76 49 .608 — St. Louis 70 56 .556 6VL San Francisco 69 57 .548 7% Philadelphia . 69 59 .539 8', Cincinnati .... 68 62 .523 10'.. Milwaukee ... 66 61 .520 11 Pittsburgh ... 64 61 .512 12 Chicago 64 (52 .508 12V Houston 47 80 .370 30 New York .... 40 86 .317 36VI Thursday's Results Pittsburgh 9, Chicago 3 San Francisco 8, Milsvaukee St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 2 Only games scheduled Today's Ganu*s New York at Chicago WN« I CpnuHo. nmm I w GUN CASE FREE with each gun purchased WITTELS 204 STATi ST, Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N! St. Louis at Houston (N) Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N) Cincinnati at San Francisco (N Saturday's Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N) New York at Chicago St. Louis at Houston (N) Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N) Cincinnati at San Francisco Richie Brook Named Coach At Lincoln EAST ST. LOUIS — Rich! Brooks, former football and bas jetball star at East St. Louis Hig. School and Purdue University, ha seen named head football coach E Lincoln High School in East S Louis. The 25-year-old Brooks replace LaVerne Crawford, McNary Wa ers and Willie Smith have bee named assistant coaches. Brook has been an assistant at Lincol for the past three years. A change was also made In the basketball program when Karl Harris replaced his brother, Henry, as head coach. Henry will servo as Earl's assistant. Richard Taylor, a coach in th East Side junior high system las year, has been named sophomor basketball and baseball coach East St. Louis High School. H replaces Lou Vesely, who too over head coaching cage dutie at McKendree College recently. Pro Basketballers Play Benefit Tilt For Maurice Stokes Grid Cards Ax Two More From Roster LAKE FOREST - The St. ,ouis Football Cardinal roster is down to 48 players today after a pair of defensive tackles were eleased Thursday by toe Big Red. Severed from the squad were Billy Wilson and George Hultz. The Cardinals must reduce their roster by five more play. ers by 4 p.m. next Tuesday. Wilson, a future draft choice n 1961, was hurt in a pre-season ame last year and missed the ntire campaign. Hultz, also a uture draft choice, saw limited uty last season. The three remaining defensive tackles are Don Owens Luke Owens and Fate Eohols. The Cardinals, after beating san Francisco last weekend in heir opening exhibition game 4-22, play the Detroit Lions Satur- ay night at Omaha, Neb. Larry Ferguson of Madison, 111. s scheduled to start at left half- iack for the Lions. He was one .f the stars in the annual Col- ege All-Star game at Chicago >arly this month when the All- Stars downed the champion Green Jay Packers. Saturday night's game starts at o'clock Alton time. MooseLeague Ends Season With Banquet The Moose District 10 Horse Shoe League held its annual banquet last weekend at Wood River Moose Home, officially mark- ng the end of the season for 1963. The banquet was prepared and served by the Women of the Moose of Wood River. Jack Pentland, Past Governor of Wood River Lodge and District 10 Horse Shoe Chairman, was the master of ceremonies. Anthony Paynic, Governor of the Lodge was the guest speaker. Others present who addressed the group were Ed Baker, Past Jovernor of Alton Moose Lodge and General Sports Chairman of District 10; Pilgrim Fred Price of Belleville, Membership Chairman of Southern Illinois; and Paul Runyan, of East St. Louis, Vice President of District 10. Trophies were awarded the winners of the season as follows: Norman Forgey, John Clark, Pearl Ferguson, and Victor Long. The winning teams were as follows: Alton Moose Lodge — 1st Place Wood River "A" Team — 2nd Place Belleville — 3rd Place Edwardsville — 4th Place Collinsville — 5th Place Wood River "B" Team — 6th Place Those elected for 1964 were Ralph Williams, Belleville, President; Carl Coleman, Edwardsville, Vice-President, and Junior Herzberger, Secretary-Treasurer, egal guardian. Twyman developed Ihe yearly game to help pay Stokes' big hospital bills. Most ol the lop NBA stars come here for the game, including Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Oscar Robertson, Bob Pettlt and retired Bob Cousy. Twyman said Stokes is cheerful, uncomplaining and grimly determined to be able to walk out of the hospital. Dr. Benjamin Hawkins, Royals teahi physician and an orthopedic expert, said "I think his progress is encouraging and satisfactory. He has shown continuing improvement." Stokes' weekdays have been full of work — chiefly physiotherapy and speech therapy, sometimes extending into evening hours. Stokes, a college star at SI. Francis of Loretta, Ph., was a 6- foot-7, 235-pound Royal standout at rebounding and playmaking when the team was in the 1958 playoffs. He had been dazed March 12 by a wallop on the head at a game in Minneapolis, but apparently had recovered. On a flight from Detroit three days later, he lapsed into unconsciousness, and was given oxygen. Stokes hovered on the edge of death for days. Doctors said he had post-traumatic encephalo- pathy, big words for a brain inflammation after an injury. State Meet Resumes Play At Godfrey GODFREY — The Class A Amateur Softball Association State Tournament resumes action tonight at the Onized Clubgrounds with two games on tap. At 7:45, Granite City plays Hymbaugh Motors of Pekin and at 9:15 Deland goes against the She-Hat Club of Peoria. Granite City defeated Elwin 4-0, and Hymbaugh Motors edged Quincy, 4-2, in nine innings last weekend to bring about tonight's meeting. Deland blanked Southern Illinois Athletic Club of CahoWa, 6-0, and the She-Kat Club overpowered New Athens, 13-1, in their first tests. Saturday niglit two more games are on tap. At 7:45 Alt-Wood plays the winner of the She-Kat-Deland game and at 9:15 defending state champion Palmer House of Peoria plays the Granite City-Pekin victor. The championship game is scheduled for 8 o'clock Sunday night. Rain forced postponement of HAMBLETONIAN FAVORITE DUQUOIN — Speedy Scot, recent winner of the $135,000 Yonkcrs Futurity at Yonker's Raceway in New York, arrives at DuQuoin State Fair for next week's llanibletonian. The richest horse ever to enter Hnmbletonian competition and a strong favorite to pick tip the major portion of the prize money here next Wednesday, Speedy Scot lias a season's record of 1:59 2/5. I" his first workout on the fast DuQuoin mile track. Speedy Scot went the last half in 5!) seconds flat. Stuart Having Good Year With Hub Hose By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sporls Writer Dick Stuart may not have had an equal since Zeke Bonura. For the younger fans in the audience, Zeke Bonura was a arge right-handed hitting first baseman who played in the majors—principally for the Chicago iVhite Sox—from 1934 through 1940. He hit the ball as few players have done. He also played first base as few players have done. The latter was his undoing. Stuart, a large right-handed hitting first baseman for the Boston Red Sox, comes close to qualifying in each respect. He is hitting the ball, at least so far as power is concerned, better than any other player in the American League. The Red Sox love to talk about that. They don't particularly care to talk about his fielding. Nor does Stuart. So perhaps we shouldn't. Except to quote Red Sox manager Johnny Pesky: "After all, Dick is 6-3 and weighs close to 220 pounds." Which may explain his fielding, or something. The figures explain his hitting. The Red Sox belter, who once liit 66 homers in the minors, drove in two runs on a couple of singles and a homer in Boston's 11-2 romp over Chicago Thursday. The performance increased his American League lead to 33 home runs and 93 runs batted in. Bores, Miller and Pott Tie for Lead at Akron AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Julius Furgol, Ted Kroll and Rex Baxter Stuart's performance and a ;rand-slam homer by the Red Sox' Ed Bressoud prevented the second-place White Sox from clos- ng up any on the league-leading Yankees,, who took a 7-4 licking 'rom Cleveland despite a grand ilam homer by John Blanchard. Kansas City beat Washington 6-2 and Baltimore whipped the Los Angeles Angels 5-1 in the only other games played. Stuart singled in Boston's three- run second inning and hit his 33rd liomer in the next inning, providing all the working room rookie Dave Morehead needed to win. Bressoud, who also drove in runs with two sacrifice .flies, hit his grand slam in a five-run seventh. Blanchard's grand slam came in the sixth,-but the Indians had built a 6-0 lead by that time and blanked the Yanks the rest of the way, gaining a split of the four- game series. Tito Francona, Fred Whitfield and Willie Kirkland hom- ered for the winners. last Sunday's and Monday's play. Alaska Team Leads Tourney WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Fairbanks, Alaska moved into the third round of the National Non Pro Baseball Tournament unbeaten Thursday night after an 8-2 victory over Phoenix, Ariz. Fairbanks now shares the lead with Liberal, Kan. and the Wichita Classmen. In other games Thursday, Grand Rapids, Mich., overpowered Providence, R. I., 13-3; Hollandale, Miss., edged Eureka, Caalif. 2-1, and Fallon, Nev., shut out Lynchburg, Va., 4-0. Today's schedule EST: 4 p.m.—Greensboro, N.C. vs. Edinburg, Tex. 6:30 p.m. — Wichita, Kan., Dramliners vs. Greeneville, tenh. 8:45 p.m.—Everett, Wash. vs. Garyville, La. Boros, Miller Barber and Johnny Pott, three Southern gentlemen with hot putters, went into the second round of the $50,000 American Golf Classic today tied for the lead. ,A11 three shot three-under-par 67s in the opening round Thursday while the pre-tournament favorites, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, could do no better than match par. Two strokes behind the leaders ,vere Jay Hebert, Australian Bruce Crampton, Gay Brewer Jr., Dave Hill, Al Geiberger and Dave Marr. Equaling par with Palmer and Nicklaus were George Bayer, Ed Jr. Eleven others, including Gary Player who returned from a month's rest, were tied with 71s while southpaw Bob Charles, the British Open champion, was in a group of seven with 72s. Gronite City Western Rotary HORSE SHOW SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 1 p.m. TRI CITY SPEEDWAY Highway 3 it Mitchell, III, 9,000 Comfortable Seuti. of Free Wins $30,772.50 WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — An unidentified bettor won $30,772.50 on the twin double at Brandywine Raceway, a harness track, Thursday night. The winning combination was 1-4-4-1. FOR LEASE Shell Oil Company has service station available, located at Broadway and Main, Alton, Illinois, Excellent high traffic and neighborhood potential. New functional ranch type station will be built on this location within year. Experience desirable but not essential. Shell will give successful applicant three weeks of paid training. Fine opportunity for ambitious man. For more information, call 254-3804 or write P.O. Box 400, Wood River, Illinois — Attention G. A. Early. TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY "CHAMPION RACE" 100 UPS ON * MILE TRACK AUGUST 24 Rain Pate Aug. 31 For Super Modified — Up to 30 Cars • t Plus Regular Program • t STOCK CAR RACES EVERY SATURDAY NITE TIME TWAINS 7 SSO Mile Drag Raw ^j&JBHSf2flF HODTE 3—4 NOHTH G11AN1TE CJTV, U4* TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY Granite City, III. Stock Car Races EVERY SAT. NIGHT A FULL WEEKEND OF RACING!!! '&M We Were Rained Out Last Week, So We Are Repeating Our Big STOCK & SPORTS CAR SPECTACULAR SATURDAY, AUG. 24 Gates Open 5 p.m.—Timo Trials Close 8 p.m. Eliminations 8:80 p.m. GASH PRIZES IN THESE GLASSES 1. A/S thru E/S Winner $25.00 2. F/S thru 1/S Winner $15,00 3. J/S thru X/S Winner $10.00 4. A/SP thru D/SP Winner $25.00 5. D/SP thru H/SP Winner $10.00 6. A/MS, A/MSA, B/MS, B/MSA ... Winner $25.00 7. C/MS, C/MSA, D/MS, D/MSA .. Winner $10.00 8. A/MSP, B/MSP, C/MSP, D/MSP .. Winner $25.00 $ EAA AA IN CASH PRIZES AND UUU.UU TROPHIES IN ALL OTHER CLASSES SUNDAY, AUG. 25 1-8 MILE RACING! $660.00 IN GASH & PRIZES FOR STOCKCAR CLASSES! Gates Qptn 10;00 A,M, Time Trials Cloie 2 p.m. Ellminotioni 2?30 p.m. i' i' 1i <' (> i'. < i i' i' <' <' i' i ] i' i > i> i > .<' * i i Regular EUmlnftJor mid Tow Money ALTON DRAGWAY TAKB RQimU UO TWIN NOHTU ON \\QAO I

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