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PAfJE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1963 Prep Grid Season Opens Tonight Thr> curtain rises on prpp grid'up in the Sout Invest prn Confer-1 Johnson, finnlisfs in both hnr- football in southwestern Illinois >nco a ypar ago, have six letter- dies :it tho state track meet last May, Rive the Redblrds toniehl and 12 games, all non-: men hack as they host the Quin- ferenrr affair... are on the card, ry Blur Devils. The Redbirds of Alton, runners-j Andrew Johnson nnd Ix-roy Spahn Goes Against Cardinals Tonight fly MIKE RECHT | two hy Groat, thr league's lead i ST. LOUIS (API—"How many ing hitter with a .331 average, i to start nt running halfback. |at Quiney. Clell Wade's crow hasfo reclaim the Southwestern Con- Ixroy at fullback. Ian experienced quarterback in Alton started the RUie Devils Steve Gustison and a tough end in ample speed nnd nwvcr In the ! on the path to a 1-8 season iast^-lO, IBS-pound senior Rollie Platt backtield. Andrew Is slated year with a 450 walkaway win j East St. Louis, everyone's pick games Ho we have left?" asked Dick Grout of St. Louis. Fourteen came the reply. "That's our magic number," shot hack the Cardinal shortstop. For the stretch-running Cardinals, who confinue to feel neither the pressure of victory or the pain of defeat. Groat may not have been just whistling in the clubhouse. The Cardinals had just won their sixth straight and 15th in the last 16 games by bouncing the Chicago Cubs 8-3 Thursday. The victory momentarily cut first place Los Angeles' lead t 2',i games before the Dodgers re stored it to three by beatin Pittsburgh 5-3 Thursday night. "I don't know if our winnin has exerted any pressure on th Dodgers," said Cardinal Manage Johnny Keane, "but they have t be looking at us. I know there' no pressure on us. "Our boys just want to get u 1 there and hit. It doesn't mak any difference whose pitching They drive at them all." The Cardinals, who beat 20 game winner Dick Ellswortl Wednesday, jumped on former St Louis hurler Larry Jackson Thun day as they swept the four-game set with the Cubs. Jackson lasted less than five in nings as the Cardinals combec him for five runs on seven hits including two by Stan Musial anc Major League Lenders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (375 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston, .321; Kaline, Detroit, .313. Runs —Allison, Minnesota, 91; Pearson, Los Angeles and Tresh, New York, 87. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 106; Kaline, Detroit, 95. Hits—Ward, Chicago, 171; Yas- trzemski, Boston, 170. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 38; Ward, Chicago, 34. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, 13; Hinton, Washington, 12. Home runs—Stuart, Boston and Killebrew, Minnesota, 38; Allison, Minnesota, 35. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 38; Hinton, Washington, 23. Pitching (15 decisions) — Bouton, New York, 19-6, .760; Ford, New York, 22-7, .759. Strikeouts — Peters, Chicago, 179; Stigman, Minnesota, 175. National League Batting (375 at bats) — Groat, St. Louis, .331; Clemente, Pittsburg, .325. Runs —H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 113; Flood, St. Louis, 105. Runs batted in—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 124; Boyer and White, St. Louis, 104. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 193; Groat, St. Louis, 190. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 41; Pinson, Cincinnati, 37. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; Gonzalez, Philadelphia, 11. Home runs — H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 41; McCovey, San Francisco, 38. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Angeles, 33; Pinson, Cincinnati, 27. Pitching (15 deicsions)—Perra- noski, Los Angeles, 14-3, .824; Koufax, Los Angeles, 23-5, .821. Strikeouts—Koufax , Los Angeles, 276; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 239. Curt Flood greeted reliever Don Elston with a two-run single to e.xtend his hitting streak to 13' games. Bill White slugged his home run with a man on in the seventh to climax the 11-hit attack. A few safeties that just eluded Cub infielders and one thnt bad- hopped past first base for a run also helped out. "When a dub is going like we are,'' said Keane, "the breaks go with you loo." The only sour note came in the seventh inning when the Cubs squeezed out their first run of the four-game series and the first off Cardinal pitching in 37 innings. Ernie Broglio, trying to con tinuc the whitewash hung on Monday and Tuesday by Cur Simmons and Bob Gibson am Wednesday by Ray Sadecki am Ron Taylor, had the best of i for six innings. But a bloop doubli to center by Ellis Burton and an other two-bagger into the left fielc corner by Ken Hubbs broke the spell. Two out homers by John Bocca bella, his first in the major eagues, an dJini Schaffer in the ninth tacked on two more Chicago tallies, but Broglio still had his 16th triumph in 24 decisions. A reporter later asked Curt Simmons, 14-7, who is scheduler :o face old Cardinal nemesis War•en Spahn when the Milwaukee Braves arrive tonight, if the runs ff Broglio took off any pressure "No," laughed the smooth left- lander who went through a pe.n- lant race with Philadelphia in 950. "He won didn't he?" CHICAGO (3) CARDINALS <8) layer AB R H Player AB R H Brock 401 Javier 400 lodgers Villams anto urton 4 0 4 1 Groat 3 1 2 DON'T BREAK IT, JVST BEND IT! Alton went through some loosening Richard Johnson (right). The Redbirds up exercises and running drills Thurs- play a 10-game schedule this season, day afternoon in preparation for to- playing their second game next Friday night's home opener against Quiney. night at home against Marquette.—Don Here, two of the Redbirds loosen up un- Hayes photo, dor the supervision of assistant coach Illinois Valley Teams Battle Non-Loop Foes All seven Illinois Valley Con- erence schools open their re- pective seasons with non - con- erence games tonight and there are some changes around the eague. First of all, there are only sev- n teams as compared with eight i year ago. Roodhouse and White lall have combined schools to occabella 4 400 MulfaV" 3 i 2 orm North Greene County High. 4 i i A. Koib i i oi Secondly, only Southwestern i i Whife 2 2 2' and Greenfield have the same chaffer 4 1 2 Flood 3 0 1 ackson 2 0 1 McCarver 401 Elston 000 Altman 4 1 1 Stewart 100 Shannon 000 Burdet' 100 BrogHo 301 D. Cowan 100 'otals 36 3 STotals 31 8 11 fining: 123456789 R H E Chicago 000000102 381 Cardinals 1 0 0 1 3 1 2 0 x 8 11 2 Timely Hits Help Dodgers PITTSBURGH (AP) — Without le brilliant pitching of Sandy "oufax, the Los Angeles Dodgers robably would not be sitting on three-game lead in the National ^eague pennant race. But without the timely hitting of pop-gun ottense, it's unlikely the Dodgers would even be Jn the ace. Thursday night's 5-3 victory ver Pittsburgh was typical. The )odgers tapped Pirate pitching for ust six hits— five in the first hree innings— but grabbed the ictory (hanks to John Roseboro's rst-inning grand slam homer and un-scoring single. "That's the way it's been going or us all season," Dodger Manag- r Walt Alston said in the club- ouse. "We've been getting the mely hitting. And that's what it akcs. If you get a hit with some- ody on pou're bound to score. Greene has more letternien than it knows what to do with since both Roodhouse and White Hall had a massive rebuilding program a year ago. Chief threat in the North Greene backfield is all-conference fullback Don Burton, who packs a lot of dynamite on his 5-7, 170-pound frame. North Greene plays Northwestern at Palmyra. Larry Exton is the new head head coaches that led IVC teams coach of the Winchester Wildcats, last year. The Pisisa Birds of Southwestern, top choice to win the Illinois Valley title, visit Roxana in their first game. The Kahls are back, cousins Sam and Tom, and with an experienced line in front of them, there may be no way of stopping the galloping twosome. Fullback Dennis Skaggs and halfback Bruzz Duncan add considerable prestige to Southwestern's running attack. The Wolves of Pleasant Hill have a small squad — 18 — but its an experienced crew under new coach Richard "Deke" Deckard. Little All-Stater Bob Robertson is back at one end and senior lettermen Bill Franklin at the other end slot gives the Wolves one of the best end combinations in the area. Add to that quarterback Denny Wombles, tackles Mike Webster and Jim Martin, guards John Campbell, Eldon Johnson and Larry Forgey and centers Steve Goodman and Steve Borrowman, and the Wolves will be hard to beat when they take the field at Bluffs. Billy McCarthy moved down from Roodhouse to take over the reins of North Greene County, u school without colors or nickname. North Major League] STANDINGS LISTEN TO BLOCK'S FOOTBALL INTERVIEWS Mon. Thru Fri. WOKZ 4:J5 I'M. Next Week's Local Pluyers lu 1)0 Interviewed. Tom Tu«th (Maniuellv) (Alton High) David (Milrquelte) Otis Hull (Alton High) Mike Milmlioh (Murquetle) MILTON ROAD * GODFREY ROAD CENTRAL AVE. By THE ASSOCIATED I'liUSS American League W. L. Jew York 97 51 linnesola .... 84 61 hicago 83 65 .altimore .... 78 70 )etroit 72 75 ;oslon 70 79 leveland 70 80 Kansas City .. 67 80 Los Angeles .. b'7 82 Washington ... 53 95 .358 44 Thursday's Jtcsulls lx>s Angeles 2, Boston 0 New York 5, Kansas City 2 Minnesota 3, Cleveland 2, (10 in- I'cl. G.B. .655 — .568 13 .561 14 .527 19 .490 24'/i .470 27 ! / a .467 28 .456 29 '/o .450 30'i National League. W. L. Los Angeles ..89 57 St. Louis 87 61 Milwaukee ... 80 67 San Francisco 79 68 Philadelphia . 77 70 Pel. G.B. .610 — .588 3 .544 V/2 .537 10'/ s Cincinnati 78 62 Chicago 74 73 Pittsburgh 69 77 Houston 54 93 .524 .520 13 .503 15'/a .473 20 .367 35 li New York 49 98 Only game's scchdnlfd New York at Minnesota (N) Chicago at Washington (N) Baltimore at Dclroit (Ni Cleveland at Los Angeles (N) Boston at Kansas City IN) Saturday's Uames Cleveland at Ix>s Angeles (N) Boston at Kansas City (N) New York at Minnesota (2, day night) Baltimore at Detroit Chicago at Washington (Nt Tlmrsda.v'H Kesults St. Louis 8, Chicago 3 Philadelphia 4, Houston I Los Angeles 5, Pittsburgh 3 San I'Vancisco (i, New York 0 (July games scheduled Today's (Jaiui's Ix>s Angeles at Philadelphia (2, twi-nighl! Milwaukee at St. Louis (N) San Francisco al Pittsburgh (N) Houston at New York (N) Cincinnati at Chicago Saturday's (iamcs Houston a I New York Ix)>; Angeles at Philadelphia San Francisco at Pittsburgh Cincinnati at Chicago Milwaukee at St. Louis GRID MENU FRIDAY Quiney at Alton (8:30) Marquette at Jerseyville Wood River at Civic Memorial Southwestern at Roxana (7:30) St. Louis U. High at East St. Louis Edvvardsville at Madison. Webster Groves, Mo., at Belleville Roosevelt at Collinsville Greenfield at Girard Calhoun at Routt (Jacksonville) Carrollton at Highland North Greene at Northwestern (Palmyra) Pleasant Hill at Bluffs ISO at Winchester SATURDAY Western Military at Aquinas (2 p.m. on Ferguson, Mo. field) Granite City at Assumption Cahokia at Belleville Cathedral Professional Cardinals at Dallas SUNDAY Professional Bears at Green Bay Ex-Oilers Plan Reunion WOOD RIVER — Former football players who played for East Alton-Wood River High School from 1936 through 1953 plan to meet with their coach, Vic Bergholtz, on Jan. 24 and 25, 1964. A general meeting of the players will be held at the Roundhouse Social Center Monday at 7 p.m. to plan the two-day reunion. A committee has been planning the event for the past eight months. replacing the late Darrell Spang. The defending champion Wildcats are well set in the backfield with veterans Roger Spencer at quarterback, Gordon Spencer at fullback and Kenny Leitze at halfback. Two line regulars from last year's league • burners are 175- pound senior tackle Keith Goodin and 195 - pound senior center Bob Pittinger. Winchester entertains the Illinois School for the Deaf of Jacksonville Friday night. Greenfield hopes to bounce back in 1963 to its pre-1963 form when it visits Girard Friday night. Don Gustine's Tigers rolled up 9-0 and 8-1 slates In 1960 and 1961, then reversed themselves last year with a 0-9 mark and the conferencu cellar occupancy. In 1960 and 1961 the only loss the Tigers suffered svas at the hands of Girard by the score of 14-9. The Hawks of Carrollton have a new coach, Gerald Ditman, and only six lettermen in camp greeted him. Fortunately, four lettermen are in the line, one of the stingiest in the area a year ago. Jim Jones, Bernard Johnston, Dennis Shaw and Richard Schroeder-are back from the line that allowed only 76 points in nine games in 1962, third best in the Alton area. Carrollton visits the Bulldogs of Highland Friday night. Calhoun of Hardin has a new coach in Patrick Claywell who replaces Charles Raich, now an assistant at Roxana. The Warriors are at Jacksonville Friday night for a non - conference clash with Routt. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Final Indianapolis 7, Atlanta 3, Indianapolis leads 3-1 best-of-seven series Pacific Coast League Final Spokane 6, Oklahoma City 1, Spokane leads 2-1 best-of-seven series ference crown it lost to Belleville last year, is host to a strong St. Louis High team from across the Mississippi. Fred Cameron's charges are paced by a strong interior line which includes veteran tackles Paul Klsselbnch and I-eroy Reeder and guard Ray Dunn. Randy Eisenhour has a year of experience behind him as he calls the signals for the Flyers. Last year's Southwestern Conference champs, the Belleville Maroons, also encounter a St. Louis area team when they host one of Missouri's best, Webster Groves. The Maroons, who posted a perfect 10-0 slate In 1982, lost all four of their all-staters, qnartrirback Gary Kombrink, halfback Bob McKelve.y, fullback I/es Lund and tackle Jim Zarlng, and have only hvo players who played with any degree of regularity a year ago. Jim Goodwin figures to start at fullback and Ron McCartney at guard. The Edwardsville Tigers t4-5) visit the Trojans of Madison (4-3-1) and will field one of their best teams in years. The Tigers have 16 lettermen on hand and ends Bob Hoskins and Gary Campbell, tadkles Bob Senn and Terry Johnson, fullback Joe Townsend and halfback Bill Blind make Edwardsville a darkhorse in the Southwestern Conference race. Madison, a member of the Midwestern Conference, has a pair of fine tackles in lettermen John Onesky and Ted Nizinski. The Oilers of Wood River (4-5) have three-fourths of last year's backfield ready for the Civic Memorial Eagles (1-8) on the Bethalto fit id. Joe Huff will be at fullback, Bob Fisher at half and Lee Davis CROSS COUNTRY VETS Alton High School's four returning Fra/Jer and Jrff Bernard. The Ked- letternien in cross country are pictured birds open their season this afternoon above. From left to right, they are at 4 o'clock at Kiverview Gardens, Mo. Bowen Ayres, Darrell Groves, George — Don Hayes photo. WMA Red Raiders Debut! AIton Hi « h Under Brand New Coach ,_, ¥ ^ ; learn Debuts FERGUSON. Mo. - The Red Raiders of Western Military Academy kick off the 1963 grid season Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock on the Ferguson High McCluer) field against St. Tho j mas Aquinas of Florrissant. | The Raiders will be fielding a' young team with five underclass-j men in the starting lineup asj they try to reverse a consistent-; ly losing trend at Western. ! Once Monsters of the Alton Midway, the Raiders have turned in only two winning seasons since the undefeated team of 1947. | In 1959 and 1960 Frank Crump- placing Brad Breuer who is out | with a had ankle. John Hooper, j A| , on Hji , h Sl , noo |- s cross a 179 - pound junior, starts at left'Country ,,, am which took par( in tackle, and 163 - pound junior. )np s( . l(r mp(>| ,., s) r .„ Kurt Corsi is at right end. The Haider barkfirld is light but fust. linl Holshoy, a 145-pound junior, calls' tlie signals, while Ilia-pound senior .Courtney Jones and 152- pound junior Tom Isenbcrg provide breakaway speed. Tom Klein who played nearly every position a year ago, paign. opens its 1%3 season today against tough Rivprview Gardens, Mo. at <l p.m. on the Missourians' grounds. Coach Jim Wigger. also head track roach of tho state champion Redbirds, has four lettermen returning from last year's strong squad. They are three seniors. Darrell Groves, George Fra- at quarter for the Oilers who lacker coached Western to 6-2-01 opens at fullback. . , _ , . ' .. . , . .. , . , ,'Zior and Bowen Avres. and junior The me has substantial weight , ,, ,, . „_,, , ~7 -Jeff Bernard, with a !7. > >-pound average. The right side, with 191-pound senior " w ' c lwv(1 &°o d dfl PH> *M* Rohertson at tacklp and vl ,,r," says Wigger »al- were 26-0 victors over Civic Me- and 7-1-1 slates in an otherwise 1 173-pound senior Steve Knight at though we lost George Hunt." morial in 1962. The Eagles have | barren 15 - year stretch. 11 lettermen. The Kahoks of Collinsville (6-3), ike Belleville and East St. Louis, are hosting a St. Louis team, namely Roosevelt, Friday night. guard, is strong. Both boys were regulars in 1962. Dave Thayer, a graduate of the. Bill Miller, a University of North Dakota, takes i over the reins of the Red Raid-| ers, replacing Phil Abromovich. Of the five underclassmen in Vergil Fletcher has star hal£-j t hc lineup, three are non letter- 166 • pound senior at center, and Ken Bohannon, a 185-pound sm- ior at left guard, round out the starting lineup. The Raiders are going against Sonic of the outstanding prospects listed by Wigger are seniors Bruce Carroll and Terry Harris, juniors Ed Podhom and Ron iTaul and sophomores Art Chester (and Steve Currins. A total of 45 candidates report- backs Bob Powell and Bob De- mea He y b Billingsley, only ajone of the tougher football"pow- ' cd to W] ^ er on lhc °P cnin S Moro back, but his squad lacks experience at quarterback and in the line. Marquette (4-4-1) Catholic League runnerup, visits the den of the Jerseyville Panthers (5-3-1). Marquette has five defensive starters from last year's team while in- di/pendent Jerseyville has 10 lettermen most of whom played regularly in 1962.' In other Friday night game: Southwestern (5-3), the pick of the Illinois Valley Conference, entertains Roxana (4-4-1), Greenfield (0-9) is at Girard, Calhoun (5-3) visits Routt of Jacksonville and Highland (4-5) hosts Carrollton (6-3). North Greene County High, a new school formed when White Hall and Roodhouse combined this summer, visits Northwestern of Palmyra. So new is North Greene that it has neither a nickname nor colors yet. Billy McCarthy moves down from Roodhouse to take over the new team which has a raft of lettermen and plays its home games on the former White Hall High field. Three games are slated for Saturday. The. Red Raiders of Western Military Academy (2-7), who play in the bi • state AB;' Icuinie, cross the Mississippi for an afternoon contest with St. Thomas Aquinas on the Ferguson (Mo.) field. Granite City (2-7), under new head coach Jim Morrison, visits Assumption (1-9) and last year's Midwestern Conference champion Cahokia (8-1) battles Catholic League champion Belleville Cathedral (8-1) on the Crusaders field. Cahokia's sole loss a year ago came at the hands of the Crusaders who later lost to third- ranked Belleville. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY-SEPT. 14 & 15 FIRST TIME IN THE ST. LOUIS AREA! TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY Granite City, III. Stock Car Races EVERY SAT. NIGHT EVi'S -U My It's & pal- terns including (lie n c w e s I DAHI "Spikes" and preshrunk jeans. GREENFIELD'S 309 Belle St. THE Ml 427 CHEY WILL BE HERE! Tin- J.cKciifl of every DraKslrlp from Coast to Coast will run at Alton DruKwtiy, Saturday, .ScpU'mbcM' 14, and S u n d a y. September 15! Only 18 ol the models w-jri? made (leneral Motors! The Driver ot tho 2-11 427 Chevrolet Is the Famous Chuck Turner of Royal Oaks Michigan Chuck will run u three out of five Saturday night and u (hree out of five Sunday against the Country's Famous Sed- luck Motor 42fi stave two en nine I'lyinoulh. This race is being brought lu Alton to bring respite! back to soph, will open at left end, re-!ers in the St. Louis area. TELEGRAPH PICKS New season, new. players and new worries for TELEGRAPH PICKS as the 19G3 high school football season gets under way this weekend on all fronts. PICKS had a banner season last year, finishing with 93 of 124 selections for 75 per cent, a feat that will undoubtedly be hard to duplicate this season with more balance apparent among some of the teams. The Illinois Valley Conference teams gave PICKS. more trouble than any of the others combined and will probably be stumbling blocks this campaign. One of the toughest openers on tap is the Jerseyville-Marquette scrap. It appears a tossup, could go either way and should be a fine opener for the fans on hand on the Panther field. Another toughie is the East St. Louis-St. Louis U. High battle on the East Side field. This could be one of the better games of the season that hasn't even started. Alton, which finished 14th in the final Associated Press poll last season, goes after its third straight win over Quiney in an interesting opener. It'll be interesting, also, to see how Belleville fares in its first outing of practice recently. N'i/fper feels East St. Louis and Kdwardsville should he strong among the teams on the East Side. Kiverview Gardens is one of the stronger teams on the Missouri side of the Mississippi River. Alton's first home meet is Sept. 124 when the Redbirds entertain j Lincoln of East St. Louis and 'Belleville. Muny golf course i serves as Alton's home course. after running roughshod over everybody in sight last year and finishing third in the AP poll. BASEBALL HEROES Major Loagiift Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — John Roseboro, Dodgers, drove in all runs with first inning grand slam homer victory over Pittsburgh that maintained Los Angeles' three-game National league lead over St. Louis. PITCHING—Juan Marichal, Giants, allowed only four hits and One other game gives PICKS worries — South- » truck out 13 - also hit homer in C» CJ i /• n t»ntw»rvh /Mm.. MV,..r \7 n «l» «X«i-_ western at Roxana. Anyway, here goes . . . Alton 20 Jerseyville 13 Wood River ...20 Roxana 13 East St. Louis 14 Edwardsville 26 Belleville 20 Collinsville 7 Girard 13 Routt 14 6-0 triumph over New York Mets. Quiney 7, Marquette 7' Civic Memorial 01 Southwestern 12 \ St. Louis U. High 13 j Madison (> Webster Groves 14 Roosevelt 0 Greenfield 0 Calhoun <i BOTANY "500" SUITS WOOD RIVER Highland 21 Carrollton 12 North Greene 14 Northwestern 0 WMA 6 Assumption 7 Cathedral 6 Bluffs 0 ISD 12 Aquinas 21 Granite City 14 Cahokia 7 Pleasant Hill 21 Winchester 19 THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! COME ON OUT TO ALTON DRAGWAY TAKE ROUTE 140 EAST OF ALTON—TURN NORTH ON FOSTERBURG ROAD I I I PLUS MONEY AND MORE MONEY FOR STOCKERS SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY!!! PLUS TOUR PORTABLE RADIOS WII.I. HE GIVEN TO THE CLASSES. THE CLASSES WILL BE DETERMINED BY A DRAWING OUT OE A HAT. PLUS The Munauer o( Alton ay bus been saylnn sume harsh things abouI Dodges and Plymouth's lately. Come and wulch "Slap Stick Comedy" brought back to the sixties. All Plymouth owners are bringing "pies" and If the Chevro- Jet loses, the tareet will be no one else but Eddie Ruymer, manager of Alton Dragwuy. But it the Cht-vrolul wins all Chevrolet owners are Invited to free pie. (Urlnu your own paper plates and forks) (If pies am thrown, they will be after each race Saturday and Sunday) lilt HAS UliUN WAITING I'OH. IHli MANAGER HAS CHALl-tiNUEU TUB ,.M, i,r,i,,,-,-n '.I 1 ,' 1 * 1 '' 1 '' SATIJ «I>AY AND SUNDAY, (IN WRITING), SO DON'T MISS *^..', J i'.L W y iN JiP UUl (1 ' AST " OY) KAYftUiK AND MILTON <S1'EE1>Y) KINGSTON! SATURDAY, SEPT, 14 I SUNDAY, SEPT. 15 Gules Open S p.m. Time Trials Close 8 p.m. I (jutes Open 10 u.m. Tim* Trials Close 2 p.m. HlmlnuUoiis 8:30 p.m. | 1-llmlimllons 2:30 p.m. SUNDAY Sept. 15 AND EVERY SUNDAY FENDER BENDERS • AMATEURS • MODIFIED RACES Time Trials 7:30 P.M., Racing 8:30 P.M. Godfrey Speedway ROUTi 67 3 MILES NORTH OF ALTON Any American Made Oar With the PurohaM 2 NEW GENERAL WINTER CLEATS OR SNOW RETREADS GENERAL TIRE COMPANY Ninth & Belle Stu. 465-4248 Sales and Service Dept. Open rill 8:30 P.M. Friday NlghUI Also Available at UILI. 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