Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 28, 1963 · Page 22
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 28, 1963
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AUGtifff &*, 1903 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Glidden Grabs Coveted Spot on Rail in Hambo DU QUOIN, III. (AP)-Glldden Hanover Is offleinlly the second fastest horse In today's Hamble- tonian, and has received the best starling position. But the colt's driver-twiner, Eddie Wheeler, said Tuesday lie fears Gltddcn's Inability to start in a hurry may give I lie favored Speedy Scot and driver Ralph Baldwin a chance to gel ahead and slay there. "Thlhgs will be lense al the pale with pressure from behind. Baldwin has no allernallve hut to put Scot nl Ihe front," Wheeler said. "Glidden Is not n good starter, and 11 is logical to assume Scol will pass him," he said. Glidden has a major advanIfigc: In prc-raco drawings for poslllons, he drew the coveted starling spot on Ihe rail. Scol Willie Mays Not Excited Over No. 400 H,V DICK KAKNIfiS luted I'resN Sporls Writer SAN FRANCISCO (APl-VVilli(! Mays isn't very excited ahoul becoming the 10th major leaguer and first right-handed National League slugger to hit '100 liomc runs. "My firsl homer was jusl as Important," Willie said Tuesday night afler No. 400 helped his San Francisco Giants to a 7-2 victory over St. Louis. "If I hadn't ever hil that one I probably wouldn't have been here for this one. Mays connected with a Curt Simmons delivery in the third inning and powered it off (he lop rail of the right field fence and into Ihe crowd. It was his 32nd of the year and crime during a red-hoi streak in which Mays is baiting .432 this month. Me lias hil in 12 straight games, 27 of average to ..'507. At bis career rate, Hie 32-year- old center fielder seems likely lo erase former Giant Mel Oil's National League record of 511 home runs. But Mays replied, "Don't ask me," when questioned about his chances of getting that record. Told that be was the first National League right-hander lo joir the 400 Club, Mays shrugged hi. 1 shoulders and said, "That's great I guess." MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Indianapolis 10-1, Jacksonville 3-0 Atlanta 5-5, Buffalo ]-<! Rochester 5, Toronto 2 Richmond 7-8, Syracuse 2-0 Arkansas 5, Columbus 2 Pacific! Coast League Hawaii 3, Salt Lake City 1 Dallas-Fort Worth 7, Oklahoma City li Denver R, Portland 3 San Diego 2, Spokane 0 Tacoma 7, Seattle 3 starts three positions from the rail meaning he will have to travel a lltlle farther than Glidden in the first turn. Scot hns the fastesl time this Year of the slarlers with 1:59 2-5. ilklden Hanover went a mile In :5D -1-5 at Springfield. Weird Group Of Hot Rods In Indiana INDIANAPOLIS (AP)—A weird :ollectlon of motor vehicles with names like Swamp Rat, Tennessee I and Mlssin' Missile took Indianapolis parking lot )ver an loday. The occasion was Ihe technical nspecllon of 1,000 cars, ranging Vom street roadsters lo 900 horse- rower vhich specially built will compete Nicholson Sets Whiff Mark in AL CHICAGO (AP) — Drive Nicholson of (hr- ChicfiRO While Sox snl it ltd Outdoors uilli lim'oUl tit* a it (I is a record. |slranded major league record Tuesday He might nol be proud of| it hul n record The 23-year-old oul fielder struck otil four times lo hun his total I'M for the season, two more than Harmon Killebrew compiled with Minnesota lasl year. The fael that Dave struck otil four limes didn't bolder Ihe Sox I 1 mind (,'nnoe wooden canoe was [that I needed an foundIwilhin 12 hours." appendectomy a bit. They downed Ihe Cleveland Indians, li-1 behind Ihe sound hit- ling of rookies Pele Ward and Tom McCraw. McCraw drove In I wo runs with n html single and bis fourth home run and Ward singled in one run 18th home run. was the starter was helped by dragsters, Thursday hrough Labor Day in Ihe National lol Hod Association's ninth an- mal championships. Technicians will check assignments of Ihe ears and their (>,000 :lrivers and crewmen lo 70 classes, based on horsepower-weight rains. Then the drag enlhusiasts will laul (heir cars to Indianapolis Raceway Park for the start of ime trials Thursday. Among the entrants is Ray Paul Fisher of Pinckneyville, III.., who will drive a Class C-gas, 1956 'hevrolet with 327 Chevrolet en- nine, which has boon up lo 112 and slugged his Joe llorlon (7-5) and winner but Hoyt Wilbelm who hurled three shutout innings. The Sox and Indians tangle in a twi-night double-header Wednesday, with Ray Herbert (11-9) and Juan Pi/arm Ramos (6-6) (15-8) facing Pedro and Dick Donovan miles per hour in a (|uarler-mile from a standing start. Evansville Still Unbeaten WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP)—Evansville, Ind. remained unbeaten with a 10-4 victory over Marietta, and Canoga Park, Calif, eliminated Bridgeport, Conn. 12-9 Tuesday nighl in second round action of the Pony League Wo'-lcJ Series. Evaiisvillc's win puls the team into the championship round Thursday against, the winner of today's Canoga P a r k-Marietta game- in the double elimination lournamonl. Marietta jumped off to a 3-0 lead in Ihe first inning but Evansville starter Gordon Slade settled down and pitched the rest of the way with little trouble. Slade drove in two of the Evansville runs. Chicago Team In Title Tilt SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Kirkland, Wash., and Chicago meet in the championship game of the Connie Mack World Scries tonight. Since each team has suffered one defeat in the double elimination tournament for boys under 19, the winner will, take home the coveted trophy. The Chicago Cubs came up with late inning heroics to overcome a 3-0 deficit and edge the hot-running Philadelphia Phillies 4-3. Held lo one hit in the first six innings, the Cubs scored three runs in the seventh and another in the eighth on Billy Williams' sacrifice fly after Ellis Burton had walked and gone to third on Ron Sanlo's third hit. Lindy McDaniel, who took over for starter Larry Jackson in the eighlh, Rot in and out of trouble in Ihe ninth. With one out the Phils got singles from Tony Taylor and Frank Torre to put men on first and Ihird. McDaniel then fanned Tony Gonzalez and Roy Sievers lo end the game. The Cubs will send Paul on n part of Scotch Jimmy Island a few days ago by Duke, Oiimiulncs, McAdams Highway, a commercial fisherman nnd trapper. The canoe is about 1R lo 18 fool long. The owner may eon- lad Cummines and identify his craft. Qullicy r l'rl|) A recent week's vacation voyage from Ihe Alton Molorboat Cluh lo Ihe Quincy Boal Cluub was en- oyod by Ihe John Olnisleads and be I,ou KuHwenglers in their scp- irate cruisers. The (wo families encountered contrasting weather. "During one period of a few days Ihe heal and humidity was unbearable," related Furlwengler. 'Then during another few days tli? emperature dipped lo '55 degrees nnd the sleeping bags, in storage on the boat, came in mighty han- Jy." The two couples enjoyed feeding he numerous squirrels during the day in the Quincy Square and ilayed cards aboard Ibeir boats Tolh (5-8) against Chris Short (5-10) today in the second of a three-game series. MIDWEST LEAGUE 1J.V THIS ASSOCIATED I'KKSS Dubuquc 4, Decatur 1 Wisconsin Rapids 7, Fox Cities 1 Quincy 9, Clinton 0 Burlington 6, Quad Cities >iolher, Hny l.ukcn, to mine after lim. Fie was operated upon Kri- lay afternoon in Alton. Boh and Inlin Myers, McKinley Blvd., brought the boat hack to its harbor on Alton Lake. Luken Sr. is making a fast recovery on his. vn en I ion. Senior CKi/.eiiH Islmul Two groups of senior Ralph ran the fambiirg, called boat back to his wife and 'GOLFING %• NOTES V»»lBi cil.i7.ens and families from the YWCA and Kock Spring Recreational Center enjoyed an outing Sunday at the cabin of Capt Kill fe.(crs«n of the Alton Police Department on Scotch Jimmy Island. There were about An guests in all, reported Mrs. , Sclwlle.r, 119 Gcrson Ave., Women's Auxiliary president of VKW Post 1308, North Alton, sponsor of the event. Pelersen and Homer Cnrvey, North Alton, ferried the group from McAdams Highway to the Island in runabout craft. They ate barbecued pork at a potluck din mttCATKIt At,TON The event for Ihe Greater Alton Women's Golf Association al Rock Spring Tuesday was blind holes. Mrs. Joe Kingery won bolb thej •venl and the low net in the championship flight. In the firsl flight Mrs. Elmer Gillis and Mrs. C. K. Restemayer tied for the event while Mrs. B. A. Griffin won the low net. Mrs. J. Muehleman won both Ihe low net and Ihe event in Ihe second flighl while Mrs. L. Allen captured both titles in Ihe third flighl. I.OCKIIAVKN LADJKS The event for the Lockhavcn ttAVKN i ens 1fi(i. Beets 15fi, Senior Merelmnt Belt 154. Ililgendorf Smith 224-223 (TOI. Harris 231- I HO, Sheets 152. 211 ((iOSl, Middlelon 228, Skuml- rieh 223. Lewis 213. Auer 208. Kissel 205, Greene 204. Walker 202. Flowers 200. Metropolitan Schuegel 242, Kgelboff 205. Sparks 205, Vincent 20(i, Bcekman 203, Schreiber 201, Hilgert 201. Tuesdiiy I'lnsit Johns 20I5-214, Greenhr-rg 227, Burmester 233. Show 222-209, Ayrcs 155, 153, Smith Loekhaven Country point tourney Tues- Ladies at Club was a day. Mrs. George Bassford won the 18 - hole championship flight. Mrs. Richard Hudson was thei first flight winner and Mrs. Lay-1 fayelte Young won the second flight. Schull/ 221 Thornton 221, Os- inson ">'• "unbar burn 212201. Leadv 212. 20!). 211, Warner 20!), Bean (hvciis Kenning 230 (H17I, Trimm Bridges 20(i, Meyers 208, Smith 201, Orris 202. TUCK. Commercial Kuhn 209-24-1 (610), Brunnworlh 224, Rinehart 202-217, McCormick 213, Harris 208, Dodson 205, Dwlg- gins 204, Art Smith 180-180-180! HOWL AKKNA Onl/cd Machine Shop Kelles 230. Willman 213. Auterv ACMK :tt I.ANICS Westerner A Aljecls 213. Kniery 210, Bermes 20li. Siamrn 2()(i. Ba/zell 207, Dixon 205, Kairless 213-222 (GUI I, Henesey 204-214. 8:45 Tircsdiiy Ladies ~" Langer 185, Purdy 180, At wood Hi!). McAdams 177, Allen 160 Mohr I75. Muehleman 176, Koh- 162-164, As- Irolh 228-172. 8:15 Tiiesdny Merchants Krisse 229, Kiortnan 213, Mun/216, ner 221. Tim Wicliita Win Mel/ , WM'I, INN j Tuesday Men | Tuttle - 210. Harrison - 212-222. , Sinclair ; Winter - 217-219, (635), Dossell !- 206, McCammenl - 204, Flow- jers - 212. i Nile Owls ! Wohnlich - 187-174, DeCicco - WICHITA, Kan. (AP)-45tc«fi*- boro, N.C., nnd Everett, WftHrt., breezed to victories Tuesdny In the National Baseball ConftreM Tournament. Third baseman Clarence WllhoU balled in four runs with a hottiiSf and double in leading Greensboro to a 9-3 triumph over Gnryville, La. Pitchers George Coleman nnd John Cook teamed up for a no-hit effort in Everett's 9-1 conquest of Kdinburg, Tex. Greensboro moved Into the fourth round with a 2-1 record nnd Gnryville was eliminated. The game ended after seven innings under a six-run lead rule. Garyville scored two runs in the first inning on a single by Anthony Victoria, a walk to Tom Simon, j and a single by Don Wilson which drove in both runners. The other Louisiana score came in Ihe fifth with Wilson drawing a walk and scoring on Jim Howard's single. 177, Murray - 180, Wesley - 195, Smith - 173, Ficssel - 176, Corfla- tis - 197, (512), Kania 200, Corfla- 187, Zellcr -215-152-211, (578). at night. The found the water j ner. nighty chilly for swimming. Unplanned Vacation Kindlng A week ago today, Itnlph Luken and his son, Hob, 3313 Greenwood Avc., Godfrey, began a voyage upriver in their cruiser to Hannibal for a week's vacation, but Ihe besl of plans often go wrong. Within two days the senior Luken was back in an Allon hospital lo convalesce during his vacation. "Ironically, my son and I originally had planned a camping trip to Yellowstone Park to visit another son, Ralph Luken Jr.," Luken said. "However, a doctor suggested that Bob remain close to home due to an ailment. But il was I who needed the medical attention. "Last Wednesday evening, Bob and I docked al Marquette Park," Ralph continued. "The second night we spent at Timberlake Resort near Hamburg. I developed severe pains during the night and arriving al by a doctor next morning after Clarksville was lold Outdoor Cooking Suggestions A new book, "The Outdoor !ook's Bible" by Joseph J). Bates Ir., has been published by the Doublcclay Publishing Company, 575 Madison Ave., New York 22, N. Y. The hook has 20 chapters of fascinating information on how to cook outdooi's without fancy equipment. The hook, which retails for $1.95, lells many ways of improvising and yet come up with a tasty meal with perhaps no more equipment than a pocket knife. The hook is profusely illustrated. New Migratory Bird Refuge The Fish and Wildlife Service recently established two new national migratory bird wildlife refuges totaling 17,649 acres and added 6,735 acres lo seven othei refugees. The new refuges are the 10,952-acre Pee Dee in Anson and Richmond Counties, North Carolina, and the 6,697-acre Browns Park refuge in Moffalt County Colorado. 206, llowell 204, Kiinhouser 202,. Mrs. Francis Kaar won the Head 202. Kruse 200. Pruill 202, i I championship flight of Ihe nine- Knirkeheri> 199. Dix 199. ! |hole event followed by Mrs.. Western Summer Mixed I Charles Nelld'eckor. Mrs. Joseph Women — Weslerhold 182, iKovic won the combined first and'Hclmkamp I7(i, Beall 175, Brown, second flights. I174, Davis 174. Men — Henesey The Loekhaven Ladies eomplet-^233, Rhea 231-213 (603), Holladay! d their victory lourney Tuesday 1214, Davison 210, Lynn 207. j 18 Mrs. Matt Slern captured the, - bole title and Mrs. Al Barn-i Oni/.<>d Machine Shop Mockel 201-221, Wilson 203-201, erd won the nine - hole cham- jGoloh 215, Hemken 203, Shive pionship. Mrs. Nick Koch waslTuvicli 192. 199, runnerup for .18 holes and Mrs. Jack DeCicco for nine. BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED I'KKSS PITCHING — Jim Boulon, Yankees, pitched eight innings of no- hit ball before Russ Nixon singled to lead off ninth, and wound up with two-hitler in 5-0 first-game victory over Boston. Yankees also took night cap of twi-nighler, 3-0. BAITING—Willie Mays, Giants, became 10th major leaguer lo hit 400 home runs, connecting in the third inning of 7-2 triumph overj < St. Louis. 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