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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1963 JB MANAGERS Five junior baseball league managers were honored Wednesday night at the Rock Spring Recreation Center by the Park and Recreation Commission for winning championships in their respective leagues. In the back row from left to right are: Don Koppenhaver, nine-10 year old Hornets; Bob Kennedy, 13-14 year old Northside; and John Fairbanks, eight-year old Giants. Upfront are: Fred Ford, 15-17 year old Dodgers; George Campbell, 11-12 year old Rebels; and Don Huber of the Recreation Department who presented the trophies. More than 40 people attended the banquet. c Angels Buy 2 Card Farmhands LOS ANGELES (AP)—The Lo: Angeles Angels have purchased two former St. Louis Cardinal pitchers, Bob Duliba from Hawaii of the Pacific Coast League and Aubrey Gatewood from Nashville of the South Atlantic League. Duliba is 27, 5-11 and 180. and had a 6-4 record in 49 games, all in relief. His earned run average is 2.12. He fanned 83 and walked 13 in 89 innings. Gatewood was obtained from the St. Louis Cardinals in the spring. His record at Nashville was 6-9, and his ERA 3.46. He had 109 strikeouts and 38 walks in 130 innings. Gatewood and Duliba will report to the Angels Monday. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Playoffs Indianapolis 11, Syracuse 2 (Indianapolis leads 1-0 Toronto at Atlanta, ppd. Pacific Coast League Spokane 3, Tacoma 2 Seattle 8, Portland 4 Okla. City 8, Salt Lake 1 San Diego 1, Hawaii 0 Aussie Domination Of Tennis Ends FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP)— The back of the Australian tennis dynasty is broken—and some of the most telling licks were dealt by a stringbean cannonballer from Florida anxious to avenge a big snub. "It was the greatest tennis I ever played, and I couldn't have picked a better time to play it," Frank Froehling III of Coral Ga- 3les, Fla., said excitedly Wednes- men's quarter-finals at Forest Hills. It puts an entirely different aspect on the Davis Cuup challenge round, to be contested in December in Adelaide, Australia, Going [into the quarter-finals, half of which will be contested today, are four Americans, Froehling, Marty Riessen, Quick Dennis Ralston; McKinley and two Brazilians Ronald Barnes and Thomas Koch; PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Houston (Nottebart 8-6) at San Francisco (Pierce 3-10) Chicago (Buhl 9-12) at Los Angeles (Richert 2-1) (N) New York (Powell 1-0) at St. Louis (Simmons 12-7) (N) Pittsburgh (Parsons 0-0) at Milwaukee (Sadowski 3-5) (N) Only games . . L ,. ... „ , Mexico's Rafael Osuna and Eng- day night after pulling off one of ]and>c . ta]ented but m . atjc ^ , the biggest upsets of the year. I.,,.. I He knocked out Roy Emerson of Australia, rated the world's No. I amateur, with an explosive service and volleying attack in the fourth round of the National championships 6-4, 4-6, 9-7, 6-2. Although second-ranked nationally, Froehling had been overlooked by Wilson, who smashed young Cliff Bucliholz of St. Louis out of his path 6-3, 6-0, 6-1 Wednesday, is Froehling's next opponent. They meet in one of the two men's matches today, with Ralston andj Barnes clashing in the other. The other two men's matches American League Los Angeles (Change 11-16 at Minnesota (Siebler 1-0) (N) Detroit (Anderson 2-1) at Boston (Wilson 9-15) Washington (Ridzik 5-5) at New York (Terry 15-13) Kansas City (Rakow 9-8) at Chicago (Peters 16-6) Only games. Davis Cup selectors and the seed- Friday send top-seeded McKinley, ing committee this year. | t i le Wimbledon champion,'against The victory erased the last Aus- ralian from the field, marking the [irst time since 1950 that Aus- ralia has been shut out of the the sensational. 18-year-old Koch, and Osuna against Riessen. McKinley, his bad back apparently well, thrashed Larry Nagler of Los Angeles, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4, 6-2. In the women's division, Margaret Smith, the Wimbledon queen and defending champion, plays England's six-foot Christine Truman and Deidre Catt of England faces Yola Ramirez Ochoa of Mexico in matches today. and Outdoors with Harold Brand Flavored Fish Bait Did you know thai some fish have a sweet tooth? It seems that both crappic and bluegill in the Lake of the Oznrke have developed a likening for Karo dark syrup, according to Mr. ntid Mrs. Don Kun, 2(515 State Street, who recently caught their limits o f fish quickly during a three-day visit to Edgewater Resort near Begnel Dam, Mo. "We simply dunked our worms in (he syrup and the fish, especially the crappie, went crazy over the bait just as a bloodbait attracts catfish," Kun said. "I had read about the syrup several years ago and also tried it out fishing ort the west coast with good results. "Smitty's bait shop near Begnel Dam has staked out and numbered about 50 crappie beds for their customers," Kun continued. "It was simple to go to a fish bed and get lots of action. We caught the limit of 120 fish in the three days. We saw large mud catfish and pike at the bottom of the clear water but they refused to bite on more than a dozen lures we tried." Following a recent show by the Alton Water Ski Club, the performers enjoyed a party. One of the club's most skilled skiers who had jumped, formed pyramids, slalomed skied and performed other difficult acts wthout falling once this season tackled the twist dance with unpleasant results. Mrs. Tom (Betty) Norman fell while doing the twist and broke her leg. She is now recovering but will be unable to perform on skis any more this season. Fish Near Sandbar An overnight fishing trip to fville Pounds Tigers, 11-2 At Brighton BRIGHTON — In the Brighton Softball Tourney Wednesday Jerseyville romped past the Tigers, 11-2, and Madison Bowl blanked Shaws Bludel, 2-0. Crawford w a s the winning pitcher for Jerseyville firing a three hitter while teammate Jerry Davis rapped two doubles and Jim Kehnel a triple. Sutton took the loss for the Tigers. Satch Page hurled the shutout for Madison hblding Shaws to four hits. Doug Anderson gave up five hits in a losing cause. V.F.W. meets Kane tonight at 7:15 followed by the Grable Construction - Granite City contest at 8:45. Friday night Brighton battles Jerseyville at 7:15 and Bushy's takes on Madison Bowl at 8:45. waters near Graf ton last weekend resulted in a score of 11 fiddler catfish for Virgil Jennings. Wood River, Nelson Miller, Brentwood Avenue., and this writer. After trying several areas, the fish were found near a shallow submerged sandbar. Ski Show Performers Some of the performers in the ski presentation prior to the boat races last weekend on Alton Lake included T o m Johnson, Marion Clark, Janet Langcr, Bcr- nice Hubert, Jo Ann C I .a r k, Nornia Lee Vohradsky, JI m Crow, George Vohradsky, Jerry Howard, Dale Hubert, Erllne Robinson, Tom King, and Bill Robinson, The skiers were supervised by Chester Clark. Several are members of the Alton Water Ski Club. Holiday Vacationers Race officials of the Alton Pirates Outboard Boating Club, sponsor of the two - day event, felt that the Labor Day weekend found many persons going in other directions for the holiday wliich caused a slightly smaller crowd. Spectacular Act The water ski kite flying exhibition by Marion Clark and Tom King was one of the finest and most daring performances ever seen in any water show anywhere, including professional acts seen in Florida. Daring Pilots It takes plenty of nerve or complete lack of it to pilot the racing boats neck - and -neck with other craft inches away traveling at speeds up to 60, 70, and even 80 miles an hour. Negotiating the turns on the rectangular course at tremendous speeds takes considerable skill and experience. The pilots stabilize their small craft riding on,their knees pressing down on the side needing to be leveled. They also lean forward or backward to lift or lower the bow. This is all done automatically with split second timing. One mistake and the driver is thrown overboard or capsizes. The high speed races on Monday by the semi - professional and professional drivers v of the Missouri Valley Boating Assn. had several mishaps, fortunately without serious injury. A spokesman said that they have performed 45 racing heats all season without a single mishap and everything fell apart Monday. Several boats collided during one race and several capsized. The event for the Lockhaven Ladies at the Lockhaven Country Club Wednesday was the match vs. par. In the 18 - hole group Mrs. June Bassford was the winner and Mrs. Nancy Hutchinson nnd Mrs. Lucy Zimmerman tied for second. In the 9 - hole group Mrs. Helen Jacksonwas the victor followed by Mrs. Ruth Ijawrence. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO-Kang Bo Yung, 133 3 i. South Korea, stopped Tsunetomi Kiyamoto, 133'2, Japan. 9. COON HOUND WATER RACE Sunday, Sept. 8 2 Miles East of Carlinville, III. Starting Time 10 A.M. Entry Fee $3.00 GOLFING -% NOTES Young Hutch Inks Red Pact CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Reds have signed contracts with four young baseball players—including an infielder son of Manager Fred Hutchinson — Farm Director Phil Seghi announced Wednesday. Jack Hutchinson. 18, played first base for the Manatee High School team of Bradenton, Fla., which won the state championship this year. He will go to the Reds' Cedar Rapids farm club along with a teammate from Manatee High, third baseman Charles Willey, 18, and 20-year-old Lonnie Campbell, n left-handed pitcher from Cincinnati. The fourth new farmhand is Bob Conte, 18, of the Du Quoin, HI., High School and will pitch for the Reds' Tampa, Fla., farm club. Conte is a right-hander. Sick Horses Could Postpone Polo OAK BROOK, HI. CAP)—A pair of polo matches will be played Sunday if enough healthy horses can be found. Great Britain's 22-goal team, Cowdray Park, Is scheduled for an exhibition game against Oak Brook. Also on tap Is the opening match in the series for the Butler National Handicap between Milwaukee and Tulsa, both strong 23- goal teaniSi More than 100 horses at Oak Brook are down with a virus condition. They include the British team's horses. The Britons are using horses from Oak Brook in the meantime. 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