Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 27, 1963 · Page 10
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ALTON EVENING AUtiUST 27,1983 '• Cards Rally Late, Kayo 'Frisco, 6-3 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The Str Louis Cardinals, struggling to k&p in sight ol the first-place Los Aftgeles Dodgers, will try to inv prove oil their second place standing tonight when they fade the San Francisco Giants. The Cardinals used a ninth in* nitig rally to pin a 6-3 defeat on Bitterness Lingers Over Teams 9 Brawl ILLINOIS SOFTBALL CHAMPS Here are the 1963 Class A State Softball Cham- Back row (left to right) Russ Davis, Bob Johnson, Dennis Bruckert, Ron West, Rip Rappe, Leo Metz, pions, the AltAVood Merchants. They won the Illinois Dennis Bruckert, Ron West, Kip Kappc, .Leo wetz, championship Sunday night with a 2-0 decision over Stan Ftncher, Bob Garner and Ken Zumwalt In front Granite City at the Onized Clubgrounds. Team mem- is the batboy, Bobby Wilson. Alt-Wood will compete bers in front are (left to right) Butch Rister, Buddy in the West Central Regional at Aurora Saturday Noll, John Godar, Glen Wintjen, manager Cal Johns, John Boverie, Wayne Simpson and Neil Cunningham. morning at 10:30 against the Indiana state champion. —Don Hayes photo. Cardi- game Trick Golfer AtLockhaven Golf's most exciting personality, Paul Hahn, considered by all the experts as the world's greatest combination of golfer, trick shot artist, comedian and instructor will present his full one-hour ixmtine at Lockhaven C. C. on Monday at 6 p.m. • Hahn has been a howling success. He has toured the world five times to travel 500,000 miles with his big bag of tricks. He has given exhibitions in 37 countries, including England, Scotland, Belgium, Holland, France, Italy, Egypt, Iraq, Arabia, Ceylon, Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Japan, Formosa, Guam, The Philippines, Australia, Okinawa, Hawaii, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Panama, Jamaica, Curacao, Trinidad, Aruba, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Colombia, Nicaragua, Mexico, Canada, and of course, every section of the United States. The exhibition is open to club members and guests. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Los Angeles (Chance 11-15) at Detroit (Lary 3-6), N. Chicago (Debusschere 3-4) at Cleveland (Grant 10-11), N. Kansas City (Rakow 8-8) at Bal timore (McNally 6-5), N. Boston (Nichols 1-2 and Morehead 8-10) at New York (Bouton 17-6 and Terry 14-13), twi-night Only games scheduled National League New York (Powell 1-0) at Pittsburgh (Friend 15-11), N. Philadelphia (Bennett 7-2) a.' Chicago (Jackson 14-12) Milwaukee (Cloninger 8-8) a Houston (Nottebart 8-5), N. Cincinnati (Purkey 6-8) at Lo: Angeles (Richert 1-1), N. St. Louis (Simmons 11-6) at Sar Francisco (Sanford 12-12), N. Alt-Wood Wins 1st Game in Playoffs ST. tOUIS — The Al Wood Merchants Softball team defeated Ballwin, Mo. M o n d a night in the St. Louis AA Fas Pitch playoffs at Fox Park, 2- Butch Rister was the winnin pitcher. Wood River Exams WOOD RIVER — All Wood River High School freshman football players wanting to try out lor the team this season must take their physical examinations in the school gymnasium Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Athletic Director Ray Floyd announced today. Two Trotters Wear 'Masks' at DuQuoin DU QUOIN, HI. (AP) - The ighly regarded filly Cheer Honey B. F. Coaltown — second un- ificial choices in the Hambleton- an — were undergoing treatment /ith medicated oxygen but were onsidered sure starters for 'ednesday's premier stake for 3- ear-old trotters. The field of 10 colts and 4 fillies, eaded by the 2-5 favorite Speedy cot, appeared ready for the $115,49 Kentucky Derby of harness acing. The only question before he first mile heat at the fast, bet- ss Du Quoin mile oval goes off t 2:30 p.m./EST, was whether ttle Joe O'Brien would be able > drive Star Act. O'Brien, 46, winner of the Ham- etonian in 1960 with Blaze Hanver and in 1955 with Scott rost was on crutches with a knee njury. Of more vital concern .was badly sprained right wrist. He was hurt in a spill a week go at Chicago's Sportsman's 'ark. He was not expected to decide intil Wednesday morning wheth er he could drive Star Act. Cheer Honey, the 2-year-olc illy trotting champion of 1962 and vinner of five out of eight starts his season, was about cured of a virus condition which hit her at Du Quoin last weekend. Twice a day the daughter of florican, with winnings of $113,014 has an improvised mask placed over her nose and breathes.medi- cated oxygen mist for a half hour. B F. Coaltown, who is 4-1 with Cherry Honey in unofficial odds, ;ets the same treatment. He has had a throat infection for a month but it is fully under control and the oxygen now is used more as precaution. Speedy Scot, whose trainee driver Ralph Baldwin will be seeking his first Hambletonian triumph in 13 attempts, remained the center of attraction. The strapping bay colt won the Yonkers Futurity, the first leg of the triple crown series which includes the Hambletonian and the Kentucky Futurity in Lexington Oct. 4, and was conceded a -fine chance from the No. 3 post position to smash the race's mile record of 1:58 2-5 set by Harlan Dean at Du Quoin in 1961. Others in the field nnd their un official odds include Captain's Boy and Dorado, part of the Baldwin- rained 2-5 entry; Glidden Hanover, 5-1; Florlis, 6-1; Charles Hanover, 10-1; Diggs Dell .and Buff Hanover, 10-1, 'John Patterson trained entry; Choir Bo> 12-1; Star Act 15-1; Elma, 15-1 and Filter, 20-1. ; . MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS^ International League Jacksonville 4-11, Indianapolis 3-5 Atlanta 8-1, Buffalo 6-0 (both games 12 innings) Syracuse 2, Richmond 1 Toronto 8, Rochester 4 Arkansas 7, Columbus 0 Pacific Coast League Seattle 11, Tacoma 3 Hawaii 6, Spokane 0 Only games scheduled Dejong Wins Trophy CAMP PERRY, Ohio (AP) — Marine Reserve Capt. Leonard DeJong of Grants, N.M., captured the Coast Guard trophy'at the National Rifle Matches with a 100-15, tying the match record set in 1958. By JOE UKICIILEH Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Many laughs and several funny stories emanated from last Wednesday night's Cleveland-New York brawl at Yankee Stadium but some bitterness lingers, too. The Yankees' Joe Pepitone and the Indians' Fred Whltfield, among the chief combatants in the melee precipitated by a bean-ball between the rival pitchers, were kidding about it the following afternoon but Manager Birdie Tebbetts of Cleveland indicated not everybody is laughing. Certainly not Larry Brown, the Indians' rookie shortstop, who needed four stitches to close up a spike wound on the heel of his left foot. Nor Dick Howser, Brown's injured predecessor; who suffered a much less serious spike wound. "Such fights cast a long shadow," said Tebbetts, who majored in psychology while at Providence College. "Some scars take a long time to heal. "I think the Yankees were, silly to get into a fuss with us. They're winning and have nothing to gain by it. Our guys are not likely to forget it. "Nothing may come of it for awhile. But some day, some year, at an appropriate time, they'll remember and it could prove costly to the Yankees." On the lighter side is Yankee the Giants Monday, tl was the fifth straight time the Cardinals have defeated the Giants, and the 10th time in 16 games this season. The victory moved the rials Into second place 1 ahead of the Giants fliid to within 5'Xj games of the Dodgers. The Cincinnati Reds defeated Los Angeles 34, The Cardinals won it in the ninth with three runs off ID-game Winner Juan Marichal (19-7). Carl Sawatski led off the inning with a Walk and singles by Curt Flood and Dick Groat drove in the tie- breaking run, All infield out and a single by Ken Boyer drove in the final two runs. Marlcha) had pitched shutout ball for six innings before the Cardinals found the range. Ron Taylor, who pitched only one-third of an inning, was credited with his eighth victory against six losses. The Giants gave Marichal a 2-0 lead in the sixth with two unearned runs off starter Ernie Broglio. The Cardinals scored one in the seventh and went ahead 3-2 when George Altman drilled a two-out, two-run home run in the eighth. The Giants tied the score 3-3 in the bottom of the eighth on Felipe Alou's single. Tonight, Curt Simmons (11-6) will face the Giants' Jack Sanford (12-12). Cardinals (6) Glunts (3) Player AB R H Player AB R H Flood Groat' White Boyer James Altman Shantz Javier McCan Broglio 5 1 1 Kuenn 513 Hlller 400 McCovoy 502 Mays 512 Cepeda 521 Bailey 0 0 0 Alou 301 Bowman McCarver 40 0 Marichal ~ 0 0 Hoeft Musial 000 Davenport 5 0 1 5 1 0 4 1 1 4 1 2 4 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 1 400 302 000 1 0 0 Shannon 000 MacKenzle 000 Taylor 000 Sawatski 0 0,0 Manager Ralp Houk's recounting of an incident that took place during the heat of the scuffle. Houk had run out to protect Pepitone who seemed to be more than holding his own against Whitfield. "Next thing I know I'm on the ground, on top of this guy in gray flannel, wearing No. 12," said Houk, an ex-Ranger who is generally regarded as one who can take care of himself with words or fists. ' 'Are you Woodie Held? 1 I asked. " 'Who the hell do you think I am," replied Held. "I got off quickly. Woodie and I have been friends for years. Then I start looking for my hat. Where do you think it is? On Held's head." o i o ooo Lea Follis of the Alton Lakors is _»ed out at home plate by catcher Judy Buecher of Collinsville hi Monday night's Twilight League post-season playoff championship game. The play OUT AT THE PLATE occurred In the first inning as the Lakers scored two runs. The Lakors won 4-1 to add the playoff crown to^their league championship. Umpire at left is Don Plarski—Don Hayes photo. Lakers Add League Crown to Laurels WHAT ARE THEY FOR? BALTIMORE — Pitchers Dave McNally (left) and Wes Stock of the Baltimore Orioles scratch their heads as they look at the bat rack. And, well they might. Neither has ever made a hit in the major leagues. McNally is O-for-32 and Stock is O-for-39. Even worse, they're roommates. But they never seem to tire of talking of their hitting (?) exploits. (AP Wirephoto) Ma/or League STANDINGS National League . W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles .. 77 52 .597 St. Louis 72 58 .554 5% San Francisco 71 Philadelphia . 71 Milwaukee Cincinnati Chicago .. Pittsburgh Houston .. New York 69 70 66 65 49 41 59 60 61 64 63 63 82 88 .546 .542 .527 .522 .512 .508 .374 .318 7 9 9V4 11 Vew York Minnesota Chicago .. Baltimore Cleveland Boston ... 29 36 Monday's Results St. Louis 6, 4 San Francisco 3 Cincinnati 3/Los Angeles 1 Milwaukee 11, Houston 7 Only games scheduled. To*W"<» Games YprK at Pittsburgh (N) ^ Chicago Houston (N> San, Francisco (N) y, BO Angeles (N) ' American League W. L. I'ct. G.IJ. 83 72 71 72 64 62 46 58 58 60 68 67 66 72 72 83 .643 .554 .550 .545 .485 .481 .480 .455 .442 .366 12 12% 20 Va 21 21 W/t 26 36 Detroit , 61 JQS Angeles .. 60 Kansas City .. 57 Vashington .. 48 Monday's Results Minnesota 5-3, Washington 2-7 Only games scheduled Today's Games Los Angeles at Detroit (N) Chicago at Cleveland (N) Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Boston at New York (2 twi night) Only games scheduled Wednesday's Gsujea Los Angeles at Detroit Chicago at Cleveland (2 twi night) Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Boston at New York Only games scheduled Two Oriole Hurlers Haven't Had a Hit Minnesota Vikings Get Two Cardinals LAKE FOREST, HI. (AP)—The Minnesota Vikings obtained Billy Wilson from the St. Louis football Cardinals for an undisclosed draft choice and picked up George Hultz on waivers. The two defensive tackles had been placed on waivers by the Cardinals. Wilson, 6-feet-4, 250 pounds, missed his rookie year last season because of a knee injury. Hultz saw some action with the Cardinals last season. Palmer Passes $100,000 Mark DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP)—The $4,600 Arnold Palmer won for his second-place finish in the American Golf Classic Sunday pushed his winnings past the $100,000 mark for the year. Jack' Nicklaus', who won $2,200, remained in second place, more than $18,000 behind Palmer, official PGA standings showed today. Palmer has won $101,555 and Nicklaus $83,465. Julius Boros is in third place, followed by Tony Lema and Gary Player, in that order. BASEBALL HEROES Maxvlll Kolb Totals 38 6 10 Totals 38 3 9 inning: 123458789 RHE Cardinals 000000123— 6 10 1 Giants 000002010—3 9 3 Final Night For Class B Softball Meet The final night of the Amateur Softball Association Class B Regional Tournament at Watertower Park is scheduled tonight with two and possibly three games on tap. In the first game at 7:30, a loser's bracket contest, Watertower plays Gillespie. The loser is eliminated while the winner goes on to play undefeated Brighton at 9 o'clock for the title. If Brighton drops the game, another will be,played immediately afterwards in accordance with double elimination, rules. , Winner and runnerup of this tournament will advance to the state meet at Macomb. Pairings wDl be announced in Wednesday's Telegraph. The Alton Lakers girls Softball team had more honors heaped on it Monday night at Watertower Park as it defeated .the Collins- ville Rockettes, 4-1, in the championship game of the post - season Twilight League playoffs. The Lakers garnered only two LA Dodgers Having Troubles at Plate By MIKE KATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Wanted: Man to join first-rate firm. Short hours. Good salary. Bonus in October if successful. Only requirement—must have bat with base hits/Call collect, Walt Alston, Los Angeles, Dodgers. HURRY. : '• There's no doubt that's the Dodgers' big need. Jim O'Toole again emphasized the fact Monday night, holding the National League leaders to a Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (300 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston, .326; Kaline, Detroit, .320. Runs—Yastrzemski, Boston, 80; Kaline, Detroit, and Tresh, New York, 79. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 93; Kaline, Detroit, 88. Hits—Yastrzemski, Boston, 153; Kaline, Detroit, 151. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 34; Ward, Chicago, Alvis, Cleveland, and Causey, Kansas City, 29. BALTIMORE (AP) — Have you 1 ueard about the hitting exploits of Baltimore's O-and-0 boys? Probably not. Because, in a sense, there's NOTHING to report. O-and-0 doesn't refer to the first initial of the players' names. It stands for the number of hits Oriole pitchers Wes Stock and Dave McNally have collected during their major league careers, That's right — None, Stock, a relief pitcher who doesn't go to bat too often, has gone Q-for-Hc) during his five s sons in the majors. McNally, a rookie, is O-for-32, What's more, they'r(s roommates. Most pitchers like to talk about their hitting prowess. With Stock and McNally, it's almost a run ning word battle. Here's a sample locker room conversation; Stock: "I concede I'm not a good hitter. But I'm improving-' McNally: "So am I. I struck out 15 times in my first 18 at bats his year — and none since." Stock: "That's because the pitchers found out you were a dud, and they're laying the ball in there for you now." Stock: "I was a good hitter in high school. | batted clean-up," McNally: "You'd be a bad hitter even in high school now." Stock:, "I got a hit in Puerto Rico last winter," McNally: "That doesn't count. When did you get your last one in the States?" Stock: "In 1960, while playing for Miami, When did you get one?" McNally: "Last May, whjle playing with Elrnira. I got five In the first month of the season-* and none since." "There's not much difference between terrible and bad," said pitcher Mike McCormlck. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING— Jim O'Toole, Reds, checked Los Angeles on five hits for 3-1 victory that trimmed Dod& ers' National League lead to 5% games. BATTING— Dick Groat, Cardinals, stroked key single in three- run ninth inning, driving in tie- breaking run in 6-3 triumph over San Francisco that gave St. Louis undisputed possession of second place in National League. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW BEDFORD, Mass,~Vince Shomo, 149, New York, outpoint ed Manny Burgo, 150, New Bed ford, JO. TOKYO-Yoshinori Tnkahashi, Triples — Hinton, Washington, 12; Vei-salles, Minnesota, 11. Home runs—Stuart, Boston, 33; Killebrew, Minnesota, 29. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 32; Hinton, Washington, 22. Pitching (12 decisions)—Peters, Chicago, 15-5, .750; Pascual, Mm nesota, and Bouton, New York, 17-6, .739. Strikeouts — Peters, Chicago, 158; Monbouquette, Boston, 156, National League Batting (300 at bats) -Groat, St. Louis, .332; T. Davis, Los Angeles, .328. Buns — Aaron, Milwaukee, 98; Mays, San Francisco, 94. Runs batted in—Aaron, Milwaukee, 108; White, St. Louis, 92. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, and Groat, St. Louis, 174. Doubles-Groat, St. Louis, 36; Pinson, Cincinnati, 34. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; Gonzalez, Philadelphia, 10. Home runs—Aaron, Milwaukee, and McCqvey, San Francisco, 34. Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinnati, and Wills, Los Angeles, 26. 'Pitching (12 decisions)—Perra- noskl, Los Angeles, 13-2, ,67; Me, Bean, Pittsburgh, i3-3, .813. StrikeouU-i-Koufax, Los Ange* 329; Drysdale, Los Angeles, International Soccer Star Treated Well CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — International soccer star Alfredo Di Stefano, held for two days by pro-Communist terrorists seeking world attention for their cause, says he was frightened but treated well. "They cocked their guns every time I moved," Di Stefano said shortly after he was released near the Spanish embassy Monday. But he said he was assured he would not be harmed. Di Stefano, center toward for Spain's Real Madrid team here for the Little World Cup games, was abducted from his hotel room Saturday by four agents of the Armed Forces of National Liberation (FALN), which is trying to overthrow the democratic government of President Romulo Betancourt. Soccer buffs viewed the kidnap- ing the same way baseball fans would react to the disappearance of Mickey Mantle with the New York Yankees in a hot'pennant race. The kidnap band was headed by Meximo Canales, an Interior Ministry spokesman said. Canales, a Cuban Communist, engineered the FALN's spectacular hijacking of the Venezuelan freighter Anzote- gul in February, This shjp was recovered in Brazil. The spokesman said the kidnap- ing was not just a Venezuelan affair, but an operation of international communism and opponents of the Franco government in Spain. mere five hits as the Cincinnati Reds survived a two-nien-on4he- same-base situation and posted a 3-1 victory. It was the Dodgers' fourth loss in the last five games, and trimmed their lead to 5% games over second-place St. Louis. Los Angeles now has managed to score only four runs in the last 35 innings and collected just 36 hits in five games. The only Dodger regular hitting over .300 is Tommy Davis, the defending batting champion who is stroking away at a .328 clip. No Dodger is among the leaders in home runs or runs batted in and collectively the team is hitting a meek .250. The Reds pulled a page from the Dodgers' book; and wound - up with two men on second base in the sixth inning after Vada Pinson singled and , Frank Robinson walked. Pinson was picked off, and in the rundown, both runners stood staring at each ether on second. Robinson was ruled out. hits off the servings of Georgia Yost, only one of which figured in the scoring. Four errors by the Rockottes, three of them coming In Alton's two - run first inning, helped the Laker cause. Bev Conaway, who had thrown a no-hitter against the Rockettes Friday in evening the series at one game apiece, was not quite as sharp Monday night, but was tough with runners on. She allowed three hits, struck out three and walked four. Miss Conaway helped her own causu considerably with a two-run lioinor over the centerfielder's head in (he sixth Inning. That gave her a 4-1 lead and eased the pressure. The Lakers capitalized on some loose fielding by the Rockettes to take a 2-0 margin in the top of the first (the Rockettes were home team). Star Travis was hit by a pitch. She pilfered second and when the ball ,was thrown into centerfield by the catcher, she streaked home with .the first run. ' ,,'••' , : The second run of the Inning came when, with Betty Onofrey on second, Sandy Grlmsley's grounder to short was booted, allowing MU» Onofroy to score. Collinsville r s only run came in the fourth when Mary Baumgartner scored on an infield out. Grid Rules Meeting BELLEVILLE — A football rules interpretation meeting will be held at Belleville High School at ,8 p.m. on Sept. 9 for all Illinois High .School Association officials, coaches, principals and athletic directors.-Russell Orr will be the Interpreter. The Cardinals took the runner- up spot by beating San Francisco 6-3, dropping the Giants to third, 6% back, and preventing Juan Marichal from posting his 20lh victory. Milwaukee whipped Houston 11-7 in the only other game scheduled. In the only American League action, second-place Minnesota remained 11% games behind the New York Yankees by splitting a twi-night doubleheader with Washington. The Twins won 5-2 on consecutive seventh-inning homers by Harmon Killebrew and Bob Al- lispn before the Senators took the nightcap 7-3 as. Dick Phillips drove in four runs. O'Toole, 16-11, had lost eight of his last 10 decisions, but got the only runs he needed when Gordy Coleman tagged Don Drysdale, 16 15, for a two-run homer in the fourth inning. The Dodgers scored in the bottom half on a double by Willie Davis and a single by Tommy Davis, but that svas it. The Reds' final run crossed in the eighth when Tommy Harper raced home from first base on a single by Pinson,,The Cardinals won with a three- run ninth-inning uprising against Marichal, 19-7, A walk \o Carl Sawatski and singles by Curt Flood and Dick Groat scored the tie-breaking run. The Giants had moved into a tie In the eighth on Felipe Alou's run-producing single after- George, Altaian's two-run homer in the top of the inning put St, Louis ahead 3-2, Lakers (4) Player Travis FoIIls Freeman Onofrey Grimsley Conaway Lusby Hand Duke Miller AB R H Player 31 0 Mezzano 300 Buecher 200 Deereval 310 Purlee 3 1 0 Damn- 3 1 1 partner 201 Spncher 200 Denny 300 Matyas 000 Yost Maserang Collinsville (1) ABRH 0 24 Totals Inning: Lakers Collinsville 4 2 Totals 1234567 1 300 402 400 210 200 300 100 300 000 28~T 3 RHE 2000020—4 2 3 0001000—1 3 4 WE THINK OUR ICECUBES ARE BETTER! TRY 'EM 145, Japan, outpointed MaHoto Watanabe, 141H, J»pan, 12, for the Oriental welterweight championship, Pitcher Ray Herbert al the CW< c§go White Sox handled 71 chances without making an error in mi- 219. for ALL MAKES Q? ELECTRIC SHAVERS TAYLOR JEWELERS , 68 m& Wood ALTON PLAZA BARBER SHOP Complete Bartering; ppo . 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