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Section 2 ALTON TELEGRAPH Sport* Amtuemento Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, AUGUST 24,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. T 1 *) Tl /~v ' AT TT*i Lakers Bev Lonaway INo-Hits Watertower, Bushy's Clash at Watertower Tonight's scheduled game be- Iween Walertowcr and Bushy's Wood River in ASA Class B Regional Softball Tournament lias been postponed to Sunday afternoon because of wed grounds. The game will bo player, at 1:30 Sun day. Skimpy Crowd Sees AFL Game in KC Hy DON WEISS Associated I'ress S|H>rto Writer Looks like the same situation for the Kansas City Chiefs as they had when they were the Dallas Tcxans: Lots of talent, not enough fans. Only 6,865 turned up Friday night at their new rent-free diggings in Kansas City to st'p the defending American Football League champions rip the Denver Broncos 30-16 behind the eye-popping play of a couple; of rookies and a bright sophomore quarterback. In two home exhibition appearances, the Chiefs have drawn slightly more than 12,500—approximating the number of ticket requests the Green Bay Packers, the "other" champs, had to refuse for tonight's sell-out game with the Chicago Bears at Milwaukee. Last week it was Eddie Wilson, Bob Gibson Stills Colts' Hitting, 4-1 HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) — Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals allowed the Houston Colts only five hits Friday night as he led his learn to a 4-1 triumph. Combined with Warren Spahn's 6-1 victory over the. Los Angeles Dodgers for Milwaukee, the win tightened the National League pennant race. The combination cut the Dodgers' first-place lead over the runnerup Cardinals to 5'/a games. For Gibson, his 14th triumph against seven defeats was almost routine. Me lias now beaten the Colts four times this season and came within one strikeout of matching his 13 strike outs against Houston in June. The Cardinals scored four runs in the first and then settled back while Gibson fired away. Curl Flood led off the first with a walk and Bill White bunted safely, the first of his four hits. The pair then pulled a double steal, and when catcher John Bateman's throw went into cen- lerfield, Flood scored, Ken Boyer walked and George Altman doubled home two runs and then scored on Julian Javier's single Cardinals (4) Houston (1) Player AH R 11 Player AB R II Flood 3 1 0 Spongier 3 0 1 Groat 400 Runnels 400 Maxvlll 000 Wynn 402 414 Doteman 400 3 1 0 SUtub 4 0 the second-year quarterback from Arizona, with a 23 for 32 passing show in a 35-21 victory over Oakland. This time It was two light' ning-fast rookies, former Olympic sprinter Stone Johnson of Grumbling and Charlie Warner of Prairie View College in Texas. With the Brones leading 7-0 in the first quarter, Warner grabbed the Denver kickoff four yards deep in his end zone and- flashed all the way for the matching (ouch down. Then, after Gene Mingo's field goal had shovn.J Denver in front again, Wilson clicked with Johnson on a 32-yard pass play for the go-ahead Kansas City touchdown. By the time the Broncos scored again, there was one second left in the game and Kansas City had a 30-10 lead. Action—and attendance—picks up tonight. The National Football League, heading for a pre-season record with 507,697 already logged for 13 playing dates, has live games headed by the Bears-Packers showdown before 46,00(1 at Milwaukee's County Sladiun . In Ihe others, Dallas plays Los Angeles al Portland, Ore., Detroit, meets St. Louis at Omaha, Phil- idelphia plays Washington at Char olle, and Baltimore lakes on Pittsburgh al Atlanta. Pott's Putter Hot, He Tops Akron Field AKRON, Ohio (AP Lanky white Boyor Junies AH mini Kolb Javier (I 4 0 1 Warwick :t 0 1 411 \spromonte 3 1 1 o n o utiis 300 402 Fan-ell 200 McCarver 400 a-Smlth I 0 0 Gibson 300 Umbricht 000 Totals 33 4 8 Totals 31 1 5 innlnu: 12345(17 8 9 R H E Cardinals 400000000—4 8 Houston 000000010—1 5 Bushy's advanced to tonight's game by virtue of n 5-H win over slubbborn P. N, Hit-sen of Kane Friday night. 11 was the only game played Friday night due to the Class A tourney at Godfrey. T b e Watertowcr- Busby's contest is the only one ticketed tonight. Bushy's got two-hit, ptiehing from Jerry Voloski, but had to capitalize on four Hirsch errors to emerge victorious. The winners pounced on Don Graner for three runs in the top of the first, although they got just one hit. HIrscli came back with two runs in its halt' of the first and lied the score in the third Inning. One of Illrscli's runs in tbe first was on a homer by Rich Koss. Bushy's scored a run in the fourth and an insurance marker in the seventh. Voloski struck out five and walked three in his winning effort. Graner was nicked for just three hits, struck out. six and walked seven. Three games arc scheduled Sunday. At l::i(), Busby's Will play Wutertower. At 2:45 ISu.st St. Louis will play the Alton Itopibers. At 4 o'clock tin- winners of tbe first two games will c.'ash. slated for G p.m. and it will pit Gillespie against the winner of the 2:45 contest:. Sunday's losers will be eliminated from the tourney. The championship game is scheduled for Tuesday night at 9 o'clock. At 7:30 Tuesday night Gillespie plays the winner of Sunday's 4 p.m. tilt. The winner opposes Brighton at 9 for the title. Johnny Pott, the only player to Ic together sub-par rounds, hoped iis red-hot putter would ward off Iho big-name challengers today in the third round of the $50,000 American Golf Classic. The 27-year-old graduate of Louisiana State University, who has been on the tournament trail for seven years but has only three victories to show for his efforts, compiled a three-stroke lead over Bobby Nichols in the first two rounds of the 72-hole tournament. Dropping birdie pulls of 55 and 60 feet, Pott mastered the 7,165- yard Firestone Country Club course with a 32-36—68 Friday following an opening 67 for a five-under-par 135. Miller Barber, who was tied with Pott for the first-round lead, had a 36-36—72 and dropped into a three-way tie for third place with Australian Bruce Cramplon and 26-year-old Dave Hill. Julius Boros, the U.S. Open champion, also in a lie for the lead after the first round, fell back with a 36-37—73 for a 140 total. ' Jack Nicklaus, the PGA and Vlastors champion, cuuld do no Detter than another par to lie Boros, Dave Marr and Gay Brewer Jr., while Arnold Palmer, still aced with pulling problems, found ilmself six strokes off the pace vith a 70-71—141. • The tournament's final two •ounds will be televised nationally n parl by ABC—today from 5 to 6 p.m., EOT, and Sunday from 4:30 to 6 p.m., EOT. Alton Evens Playoffs, 2-0; Title Contest Here Monday COLLINSVILLE — Hchind the I no - hit pitching of Bev Conawny, the Alton Lakers girls Softball team evened the Twilight League post - season championship plny- off serins at one game apiece Friday night with a 2-0 decision over the Collinsville Rockettes. Miss Coninviiy was In brilliant form. Sin- hiirlnd jwrfect Imll tor the first four Innings. Her only trouble came In the final inning when tlio Uock- cttes put two rnnners on. Rut, one, wus cut down at (bird base to ease the situation. Major League STANDINGS By TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. New York .... 81 45 .643 — Ihicago 70 56 .556 11 Baltimore .... 72 58 .554 11 Minnesota G9 57 .548 12 Boston 61 65 .484 20 Cleveland .... 62 67 .481 20% Detroit ...'.... 58 66 .468 22 Los Angeles .. 59 71 .454 24 Kansas City ..57 69 .452 4 Washington .. 46 81 .362 25'/a Friday's KcsuHs Boston 3, Cleveland 2 (13 innings) Detroit 17-G, Kansas City 2-2 Baltimore 14-6, Minnesota 4-2 Los Angeles 17, Washington 0 New York 7, Chicago 2 Today's Games Chicago at New York Kansas City at Detroit Boston at Cleveland Los Angeles al Washington Minnesota at Baltimore (N) Sunday's Games Kansas Cily al Detroit, 2 Boston at Cleveland, 2 Los Angeles al Washington Minnesota al Baltimore Chicago at New York, 2 Monday's Game Minnesota at Washington, 2, Iwi-night Only game scheduled National League Pet. G.B. .603 — .559 5' .551 6' .543 7% .523 10 .519 10 V. .512 11V6 .508 12 .367 30 .315 36V 2 W. L. Los Angeles ..76 50 St. Louis 71 56 San Francisco 70 57 Philadelphia . 70 59 Milwaukee ... 67 61 Cincinnati 68 63 Chicago 65 62 Pittsburgh ... 64 62 Houston 47 81 New York .... 40 87 Friday's Results Chicago 6, New York 5 Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 2 St. Louis 4, Houston 1 Milwaukee 6, Los Angeles 1 San Francisco 11, Cincinnati '. Today's Games New York at Chicago Cincinnati at San Francisco Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N St. Louis at Houston (N) Milwaukee al Los 'Angeles (N) Sunday's Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia New York at Chicago St. Louis at Houston Milwaukee at Los Angeles Cincinnati at San Francisco Monday's Games St. Louis at San Francisco Milwaukee at Houston (N) GOLFING NOTES HOMER HITTER GODFREY—Jim Bain, Granite City second base- blast made tbe score 3-0. At right is catcher Merle man, crosses home plate after hitting a two-run homer West of Pekin, the only player to get a hit for the against Pekin Friday night in the Class A State Soft- losers. At left is umpire Joe Pr/ada. — Don Hayes ball Tournament at the Oni/ed Clubgrounds. Bain's photo. Top Pitchers Clash In State Tournament LOCKHAVEN CHAMP Mrs. J. R. Mulford is the new women's golf club champion at Lockhaven after the annual club tournament was completed Friday afternoon. Mrs. Mulford, playing in the 18 - hole division, defeated Mrs. Patricia Rain, 3 and 2. She succeeds Mrs. A. Goveia, who was unable to defend her tille due to illness. In the first flight of (be 18 • hole division, Mrs. Tom Mnlqueeiiy became champ when she edged Mrs. John Wedig l-up on the 20th bole. In the 9 - hole division, Mrs. Charles Heitz defeated Mrs. Ralph Dickson for the title, 5 and 2. Mrs. Harvey Reilley defeated Mrs. Willoughby Sundin, l-up, for the first flight crown. Gene Tormohlen Inks Hawks' Contract ST. LOUIS — Gene Tormohlen, GODFREY—Granite City Park Districl and the She-Kat Club of Peoria advanced to the semifinals of the Amateur Softball Association Class A Stale Tournament by winning games Friday night at the Onized Clubgrounds. Granite City, behind the one- hit pitching of Howie Lamb, blanked Hymbaugh Motors of Pekin, 3-0. She-Kat had to struggle, but came through with a 1-0 squeaker over Deland. Only four teams remain from the original field of 16 and all four will see action tonight in what could be the best session of the tourney. At 7:'15, Kip Kappe and the Alt-Wood Merchants tangle with tbe alert Shc-Knt nine. The second semi-final contest pits tbe 'defending state champion, Palmer House of Peoria, against Granite City. The two winning pitchers in Friday night's games turned it brilliant efforts. Lamb had a no hitter going for six innings. I was ruined in the bottom of the last inning, however, when the first man up, catcher Merle West li-9, 235 - pound reserve center for the St. Louis Hawks, has signed for his first full season with the team. Tormohlen is the sixth veteran Cincinnati at Los Angeles (N) ilo sign and the 10th player in Only games scheduled I all. singled. Granite City scored once ii the fourth inning on three straigh singles by shortstop Harold Roy r, left fielder Jack Scarborough and right fielder Marv Brokaw. Granite added two more in the fifth on a single by catcher Kon Dillard and a bonier by second baseman Jim Bain. Lamb struck out nine and walked two. Losing pitcher was Disk Geier. He was touched for 10 safeties, walked none and whiffed seven. Charlie Cheesman hurled two- hit ball for She-Kat, struck out nine and walked none. The Peoria nine scor-ed the only run of the game in the top of the sixth. Third baseman Chuck Thome singled. First baseman Pete Linsley followed with anothei ace, putting Thome on third. From there he scored on catcher Len Lingenfelter's sacrifice fly to right field. Deland had just two base runners. Dick Gadbury tripled with one out in tbe first frame, but couldn't score. Another runner was loft on in the fourth inning. Losing pitcher was Joe Phillips. He allowed four hits, walked two and zipped third strikes past nine batters. Four of the finest pitchers in the state, will tangle to- JUNIOR BASEBALL In the 9-10 year - old league of Junior Baseball Friday, the Hornets trounced the Flyers, 14 -1, the Bears edged the Beavers, 5-4, the Athletics beat the Foxes, 7-2, the Eagles ripped the Cardinals, nigbt. Kiippe is expected to |i4-2, the Hurricanes blew past the Yankees Explode Chisox' Plans for Series Sweep get tbe nod for Alt-Wood. He lias already won two games in tbe tourney. His opponent will probably be Chcesinan, who has totaled 25 strikeouts and given up four bits in two winning efforts. Bob Naab, who hurled Palmei House to the stale title last year : will be the starter for the Peori- ans. His first outing found him throwing a no-hitter against Covell. Against the Young Democrats of Springfield, in the next contest, he gave up four hits. He has struck out 25 batters in two games. Naab's opponent will be Howie Lamb, who is certainly no stranger to softball fans in this area. The chmpionship game is sched uled for Sunday night at 8 o'clock when tonight's winners clash for advancement to the West Centra] I Regional al Aurora next weekend. Granite City (3) Pekin (0) Player AB R HPlayer AB R H Dlllnrd 4 1 2 Brown 200 Bain •! 1 1 Davis 2 0 C Borchers 4 0 1 Lemon 3 0 0 Reilley 400 Hosier 3 0 ( Champion 302 Werbring 000 Royer 4 1 2 Oilman 300 Scarbor- West 3 0 1 ough 3 0 1 Schnlrn- Robinson 000 leffle 1 0 0 Brokaw 3 0 1 Geier 300 Lamb 200 _ Totals 31 3 10 Totals 21 0 1 Imiliifi: 1234567 RHE Granite City 0001200— 3 10 1 PASSING DRILLS WOOD UJYBB«Qupterbft(?k UQ l&Yli of Wflod afternoon to try and escape the heat, The Oilers open River fsflet b»«J* to iw* m the QUw* W»»t through their season Sept, 18 at Civic Memorial,— Won Hayes pre*soiwon drills Friday atterHOou on the UgU .school photo, field. The Oilers worked out iu sweat clothes to NEW YORK (API—The trouble with those Yankees, you can't trust 'em. Al Lopez, the ever-optimistic manager of the Chicago White j Sox had it all neatly planned. His team was going to beat Ralph Honk's league leaders four straight right here at Yankee Stadium. The sweep would trim the Yankees' first place margin over he Sox from 10 to six games. "Wouldn't thaa make Houk's stomach churn, though, chortled .opez. "Now wouldn't it?" It all sounded fine except for one thing. You can't trust the Yan. They nipped Al's well-intend- id plans in the bud in their very :irst encounter, beating the White Sox Friday night, 7-2 and now lead Chicago by 11 games. Things went all right for Lopez and the Sox for four innings. Chi- :ngo scored a run in the third against Jim Bouton and Hoyt Wil- Ijelm with his baffling knuckleball held the Yankees hitless. But hits by Joe PopUone, Elston Howard, Hector Lopez and Phil Ltnz gave the Yankees two runs in the fifth and, after the White Sox had tied the score in the sixth, the Yankees camu back with a run in their half of the iiv ning on u double by Bobby Rich ardson and a single by Pepitone to regain the lead 3-2. \VHn Jin Brosnan on the mound in the sev entli, the Yankees tallied foui times to put the game beyond reach, Pckln 0000000—0 1 3 Falcons, 6-1, the Lions trampled the Tigers, 14-1, and Northside nipped the Yankees, 6-5. Brian Landreth was the Hor nets' winning pitcher. Boullior had a homer and double. Gleg horn bad a double for the Fly ers. By virtue of the win over the Flyers, the Hornets captured the title in the 9-10 league. Roger Pace had two singles anc was the winning pitcher for th Bears. Doug Roderhauser was the win ner for the Athletics with Shew maker hilling two doubles. Neal Schulz had four hits anc was Ihe winning hurler for Ib Eagles. Goeken pilched the Hurricam win. Coad had a single and tri pie. Champion tripled for the Fal cons. George Dricth was the Lions winners. Stemirt hit a double. Steele doubled and singled for the Tigers. Springman was the northsid* winner. Issacs hit a homer. Smitl hit a triple for the Yankees. In the 11-12 league, the Pirate and Dodgers played to a 9-9 tie. Orange Peeled STRATFORD, Conn. (AP) Phoenix, Ariz., started the 19li Womcns' World Softball Tounif ment off with a bang Friday nigh by defeating the 1902 diampior from Orange, Calif., 1-0. Ho-Hum, Yanks Pick Up Another Game BEV CONAWAY The Laker righthander struck Lit. three and didn't issue a 'alk. Her opponent, Georgia 'ost, limited (lie Lakers to three its, but two of them were for xtra bases and figured in the coring. The Lakers broke the ice in the econd inning when centerfielder cottie Freeman doubled to right and scored on an overthrow at irst on Betty Onofrey's grounder to shortstop. Sanely Grimsley hit a long bomer over the left fielder's bead in tbe fifth inning to give tbe Lakers, (lie, state champs, their second run. Miss Yost struck out one and walked one. The Lakers committed three errors, two coming in the last inning. Several fine fielding plays were turned in by the Lakers. Miss Grimsley backhanded a pop fly behind third base, Star Travis turned in several gems at shortstop and Miss Freeman made two fine catches. The (bird and final game of tbe cbumpionship series will be played Monday night at Watertower starting at 8::IO. Collinsvillc won the Hip of tbe coin to determine site of the game. Since tbe Rock- cites were nimble to play on their own field, the game will be played on tbe Laker field, but Collinsville will be tbe home team. Lakers (2) Collinsville (0) Player AB R H Player AB R H Follis Lusby Travis Freeman anofrey Grimsley 2onaway Hand Duke I'ota Is liming; Lakers Collinsville 300 Mezzano 300 Howe 300 Buecher 3 1 1 Matyus 300 Decrevel 2 1 1 Denny 3 0 1 Spuchcr 300 Baum- 200 Kurtner Yost Purlee Allen !>5 2 3 Totals 1234367 300 300 300 200 300 200 200 200 200 1 0 0 000 23 0 0 RH12 0100100—2 3 a 0000000—0 0 1 By JIM IIACKM9MAN Associated Press S))orts Writer No race, but a lot of running. That was it in the American Friday night as Detroit, Baltimore and Los Angeles scored •uns like they were going out of style while the New York Yankees •outlnely added another length to heir already commanding load. The Tigers ballercd Kansas Ciy 17-2 and 6-2, the Orioles clouted Minnesota 14-1 and 6-2, and Ihe Angels smothered Washington 17-0. Meanwhile, the Yanks pushed 11 games ahead with a 7-2 victory over their nearest challenger, the Chicago White Sox. In the AL's other game, Lu Clinton's 13th-inning homer gave Boston a 3-2 decision over Cleveland, pinning u tough loss on Pedro Ramos. The Tigers collected 27 hits in the sweep over the Athletics, with Norm Cash the big belter. He had two homers in the opener, two singles in the second game, anc finished with five runs, batted in Dick McAuliffo accounted for fivt Detroit hits, including a homer. Baltimore broke loose for 30 hits against Minnesota and climbed iver the Twins into third place, inly two percentage points behind he White Sox. Luis Aparicio and Jackie Brandt ed the attack in the first game vith four hits each as the Orioles tnockcd off left-hander Dick Stig- uan for the fifth straight time his .season. Russ Snyder lapped a >air of homers and beat out a bunt single for Baltimore in the second ;amc, chasing in four runs, and lim Gentile also homered. Milt Pappas and Robin Roberts each gained his 12th victory. Ken McBride pitched six no-hit innings and wound up holding the Senators lo three singles while the Angeles pounded a quartet of Washington pitchers for 19 hits. Felix Torres paced the winners vith two doubles and two singles Joe Pepitone was Ihe key man as the Yankees hung a loss on lutterball artist Hoyt Wilhelm in one of his infrequent starts. The diuckleballer went four perfect linings before Pepiione led off he fifth with a single, triggering a rally that produced two runs. : 3 opitone also singled in the diiu-h- ng run after a double and stolen base by Bobby Richardson in the sixth, and banged a two-run single as the Yanks made it a breeze 1 with four runs off Jim Brosnan in the seventh. FINGERLING BASS 1'OH STOCKING LAKUS MURLE'S BAIT SHOP HO a-78»7 Hawks Battle Detroit Five At Edwardsville EDWARDSV1LLE - Tickets for the Chamber of Commerce sponsored St. Louis Hawks-Detroit Pistons exhibition basketball game here next month are on sale, Chamber Secretary Albert Paull said today. T h e professional basketball game is scheduled for Sept. 25 nt X p.m. at the Edwarclsvllle Senior High School gymnasium. Tickets are available al The Eakw, Leland's and Dale's Bar* her Shops, Chamber of Commerce office banks, said. and both Edwurdsvlllo the chamber secretary *************** -}C FULLY AIR CONDITIONED )f * OPEN BOWLING * £ 35c Per Game + * ACME 32 LANES * ^ 35 Yeart on Broadway *T *************** \

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