Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 13, 1963 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, September 13, 1963
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN Roseboro Big Hero In Dodger Victory By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer John Roseboro hit a grand slam homer and a run scoring single to produce all the runs in a 5-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates Thursday night that maintained the Los Angeles Dodgers' three-game grip on the National League lead. The second-place St. Louis Cardinals won their sixth consecutive game and 15th in the last 16 by blending the pitching of Ernie Broglio and the slugging of Bill White and Stan Musial for an 8-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs. In the only other NL games Thursday, San Francisco's Juan Marichal four-hit the New York Mets 6-0, and Philadelphia defeated Houston 4-1. Roseboro, 30, a left - handed swinging catcher, is hitting only .245 with nine homers and 48 runs batted in. But he supplied the power early against the Pirates, getting his grand slam off Bob Friend, 16-15, in the first inning The Pirates could manage only four hits off Johnny Podres, 13-10 through seven innings. When they started to connect in the eighth Ron Perranoski preserved the victory in his 61st relief appearance. Broglio brought his record to 16-8 with an eight-hitter, but missed an opportunity to provide the Cardinal staff with its fourth straight shutout. Doubles by Ellis Burton and Ken Hubbs in the seventh inning snapped a string ol 36 scoreless innings by St. Louis pitchers, then John Boccabella and Jim Schaffer homered in the ninth for the Cubs. Marichal, who hit his first major league homer, also got home run support from Felipe Alou and Ed Bailey. Marichal brought his record to 22-8 with the victory and struck out 13 Mets. Ray Gulp, 13-11, set the Colts down on five hits while Roy Sievers and Tony Taylor hit homers for the Phillies. Midwest Briefs Illiiii Scrimmage, Player Suffers Mild Concussion ILLINOIS — Offensive scrimmage featured an Illini practice session in which sophomore guard Kai Anderson was sidelined with a mild concussion. Tackle Archie Sutton was back in uniform for the first time since suffering a heat stroke last week but he won't taste contact work until next week. NOTRE DAME — In dummy scrimmage, the Irish first team had Denis Szot and John Huarte alternating at quarterback. Filling out the backfield were Joe Farreli, left half; Jack Snow, right half, and, Pete Duranko, fullback. Notre Dame reserves went through a long scrimmage. NORTHWESTERN — The Wildcats, many of them nursing bumps and bruises, are happy to see drills cut from two a day to single sessions. They will engage in a regulation intrasquad game in a regulation intrasquad game today and a final tuneup for the Missouri opener Sept. 21. Quarterback Tom Myers missed Thursday's session because of a bruised hip. INDIANA '— Fred Luffow, Arlington Heights, 111. has advanced to the No. 2 wingback position on the Hoosier squad and Tom Erickson, South Milwaukee, has been promoted to the No. 3 fullback spot. Jack Nussbaum, Fond du Lac, Wis., quarterback, has moved up to the third string on the strength of his passing. WISCONSIN — The Badgers' injured list, which includes tackle and co-captain Andy Wojdula, has grown to seven. Junior Guard Bob Freimuth joined the disabled with a game leg. Coach Milt Bruhn has slated two light workouts for today — last of the twice daily drills. MICHIGAN - Coach Bump Elliott said that in the 15 days remaining before the Wolverines' season opener with Southern Methodist at Ann Arbor, changes most likely in the lineup will come at end, guard - especially right guard - halfback and fullback. Elliott added, "We're still competing for positions at all posts." Ripples======fl and Outdoors with Darold Brand Counties Open for Deer j Deer hunters have an opportunity to hunt near home because permits are still available for Jersey, Caihoun, Macoupin, Greene and Pike Counties, announced William T. Lodge, director of the Illinois Department of Conservation. Write to Deer Permit Office, Conservation Department, State Office Building, Springfield, 111. Duck Blind Drawing Set Drawings for the available duck blind sites in the Grafton- Batchtown, Godar - Diamond Island areas will be conducted at the Telegraph about Oct. 1, by Dave Harper, Jerseyville, waterfowl supervisor for the Illinois Conservation Department, and this writer. Club Shooting Schedule The Piasa Pointer and Setter Club has scheduled a work party for Saturday on its grounds 5Vi miles northwest of Godfrey, announced Etl Davis, club president. The club has scheduled trapshooting for prizes and cash on Sunday Oct. 13. On Sunday, Oct., 20, the club will have its first pheasant hunt of the season as well as a member's novice Shooting Dog Stake. On Saturday, Nov., 2, the club has scheduled its annual Fall Amateur Field Trial with Puppy, Derby, and Shooting Dog Stakes. The club also offers trapshooting every Tuesday evening for hunters to sharpen their aim, Davis concluded. Boner Club Nominee Only two squirrels were taken Sunday by Gus Beohdoldt, 99 E. Elm St., and his nephew, Bobby Waters of Eldred near that area. Bechdoldt become a nominee to the Boners Club when he forgot to eject an empty shell from his pump gun and consequently missed an easy shot at a squirrel, Didn't Waste Time A 7% - pound bass was taken on a plastic worm in a two - acre farm pond near Jackson, Mo., recently by Lawrence Call, 509 N. Brushey Groves Ave., Wood River. "I didn't waste any time hauling the fish in because I had lost a smaller one moments before," Call said. Call had been squirrel hunting with two companions and they had scored three bushytails short WE TRADE HIGH! OPEN EVERY EVENING Mercury Outboard Motors Glusspur Boat I CLARK BOAT & MOTOR 313 W. St. Louis E. Alton y before he hit the packpot-sized bass. Scored Many Fish We took a ribbing the other day from Mrs. Gerald DeGerlla, Godfrey, because of our inability to catch many fish on a recent overnight trip. Her overnight camping - fishing trip recently on a sandbar in the Mississippi River near Mozier netted her and her companions numerous white perch, carp and catfish using worms for bait. Mrs. DeGerlia, Mrs. Raymond Sturgeon, Edgewood Avenue, Mrs. David Pence of Mozier and Mrs. DeGerlia's son, J. Allen 6, and granddaughter, Laura Jo Se- great 6, set up tents on sandbar and fished much of the night. The following day, the women were joined by their husbands who spent the following night on the sandbar. "We had a big fish fry at my home last Sunday for all of us," Mrs, DeGerlia said. "Guests also included Mr. and Mrs. Al Gor- non of Rosewood Heights, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fry, Forest Avenue. And we still have plenty of fish left." From previous reports also, we have gained the idea that fishing is much better farther upstream on the Mississippi River. Perhaps there are fewer anglers upstream which is one reason the fish could be more plentiful. Anyhow, we don't like to admit our lack of luck or fishing skill, even to such charming women. Reelfoot Lake Fishing Map Anyone interested in a fishing map of Reelfoot Lake may write to BUI Hall, Hutchcraft's Motel and Cabins, Hornbeak, Term. He has a limited number of maps available and will send them upon request. JUDO CONTEST Saturday, Sept, 14 3 p.m. Onizid Club Rooms 1625 Broadway Women 1 * Division Junior Division White Belt, Brown Belt & Black Beit Competition Sponsored by A.C.M.S, JUDO CLUB Public Invited Adult* 50c Children 25e Bowling BOWL ARENA Late Thurs. Men Farmer 247, Lahr 219, White side 213, Joeutt 204, Freeman 197, Asburn 197, Beiger 192, Mitchell 192, C. Farmer 192, Jun 191. Late Thurs. Ladies Baker 230-213 (590); Whitehead 193, Splckeman 172, Rob erts 185, Cousley 170, Sheets 170. Industrial Cown 214-262 (626); Purdy 211 222, Link 234, Chambliss 234, Hofi- stetter 225, Middendorf 222, Kuhn 220, Toner 217, Rigsby 217. Godfrey Thurs. Turtle 242, Huebner 241, Peco Ho 212-215, Saylor 203, Osburn 202, Peishall 200, Whitehead 202, Baker 199, Carter 196, Bell 195. ACME 32 LANES Thtirs. Nito Ladies Williamson 202-171 (513); Williams 163, Kennedy 162, Hausel 189, Howard 165, Ballard 173, Landre 170-158, Crepps 170, Stratton 159, Hasey 158. 6:45 Thurs. Merchants McClintock 200, Timmerman 206, Harris 204, Hausel 202, Powers 201, Elliot 209. 0:15 Thurs. Merchants Brass 203, Davis 200, Sutton 206, Maul 223. BOWL HAVEN Industrial Miller 217, Kennedy 212, Phillips 200. Thurs. NIte Hawks Hagen 168-172, Kissel 177-183, O'Neill 167, William 165-178, Glen 168, Koehne 171, Hunt 174, Price 170, Martin 170, Semington 162. Major City Steiger 228-212-221 (661); Losch 202-243 (623); Berry 234 (615); Smith 208-235 (613); Rinehart 223, Kratschmer 231, Bagley 220, O'Neill 220, Grover 212, Kamp 211. Havenette Keith 200-170-174 (544); Milligan 180, Bivens 188, DeWitt 174-172 (504); Poppe 184, LeClaire 181, Tucker 185, Markel 181, Barnes 174-173. Altonette Williams 218-172 (541); Dennis 194, Galligos 179, Sitze 180-175 (522); Cox 181, Manning 179, Buehlman 201-178 (520); Blind 188, Amistadi 181, Marquis 212 (521). Owenette Helens 178-165, Sheiton 192, Fryman 161-163, Oettle 167, Stahl 170, Osburn 163, Richardson 167. Onized Ladies Leitner 194, Hagen 193-180 (519); Taylor 191, Dannenbrink 190, Jouett 182-166, Murphy 176, Sumner 175-165, Fulks 173-172. Fedorchak 161. Summersport Burke 228, Wakefield 155, Van- derHorst 156, Sisk 165, Gilford 160. Thurs. 0:45 Havenette Redd 210-179 (527); Murry 200 (488); Mills 182-169, Bailey 172, Churchill 183, Morton 169-168, Wharton 164, Holmes 177, Carey 164, Mikoff 179, Broadway 165. BOWL INN Western Men Tittle 108-205, Travis 200, Ballard 219 (606); Powell 203. Lutheran Ladles Suessen 181, Helmkamp 177180, (501); Helmkamp 236 (527); Boettger 184. Lutheran Men Narva 214, Corfiatis 200-202, Robertson 201, Hoover 203, Bartels 216, Wilson 201. WOOD RIVER BOWL Wednesday Sr. Merchants Echols 266-200 (644), Weimers 215-228 (640), Carach 255, V. Barnhart 243, W. Howell 233-212 (612), Tindall 224-202 (605), J. Klader 241, Thatcher 223, Steck 210, Adkins 208. Davis Cuppers Begin Action DENVER (AP)—The three-day American Zone Davis Cup tennis finals open at Cherry Hills Country Club today with the U.S. strongly favored as Marty Reissen of Evanston, 111., takes on lyo Pimenthal of Venezuela in the first match. U.S. ace Dennis Ralston battles Orlando Bracamonte in the second singles match. Tom Spangenberg gained 674 yards in 123 rushing attempts for the 1962 Dartmouth football team. OLD FRIENDS REUNITE NEW YORK — Former Brooklyn York's Polo Grounds last night. Snider Dodger catcher Roy Campanella, con- now plays with the New York Mets. fined to a wheelchair as a result of an From" left, standing, are: Tommy auto crash, is surrounded by his former Holmes, Carl Furillo, Gil Hodges, Don teammates during ceremonies honoring Newcombe, Cal Abrams and Ralph one of them — Duke Snider — at New Branca. (AP Wirephoto) Bucks QBs' Smart (Another In a series on 1963 Big Ten football prospects by Jerry Llska, Midwest AP sports editor, making his ninth annual camp tour.) OHIO STATE By JERRY LISKA Associated Press Sports Writer COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)—Woody Hayes, starting what appears an "Unlucky 13th" Ohio State football coacihng season, may have a green Buckeye squad, but his quarterbacking should be the brainiest in the Big Ten. Hayes lost eight offensive starters and four defensive regulars from a 1962 club which had an over-all 6-3 record and a 4-2 Big Ten mark for a third-place tie behind Wisconsin and Minnesota. The exodus of last season's talent included all three offensive quarterbacks, Bill Mrukowski, John Mummey and Joe Sparma, but Hayes doesn't seem concerned about this vital position. One reason probably is that the present-day quarterback is supposed to be hot at passing, which Hayes doesn't emphasize. The Bucks threw an average of only 11 times per game last year. The other reason is that Hayes" top two quarterback candidates— sophomore Don Unverferth and junior letterman Arnold Chonkc— are academic bluebloods, "fabulous students" to the awed Woody. Both are straight "A" pre-medic students. Whether they can outsmart the bruising opposition in a schedule including three of the nation's highest rated clubs — Southern California, Wisconsin and Northwestern—remains to be seen. Certainly the Buckeyes appear weakest at their traditionally strong point, "Down the Middle." In addition to rebuilding at quarterback, Hayes must shore up the loss of all three centers and all three offensive fullbacks. But Hayes is high on a 200- pound fullback, Tom Barrington, who with 235-pound tackle Doug Van Horn and 212-pound center Dwight Keller rate as starting sophomores. However, with Barrington sidelined because of a fractured jaw suffered in a summer industrial accident, the starting Buckeye fullback in the Sept. 28 opener against Texas A&M probably will be brilliant end Matt Snell. The shift is easy for Snell, who like holdover All-America candidate Paul Warfield, is a halfback by breeding and choice. It may :ake two or three games before Barrington, called a can't-miss prospect by Hayes, is back in harness. Snell will play offensive fullback and defensive end until Barrington's return and then probably play offensive halfback. "We're not big, we have fairly good speed, but we're green as grass," is the way Hayes describes his flock which includes 19 returning lettermen, including 10 holdover regulars of either offensive or defensive pedigree. Like all other coaches, Hayes must come up with units of two- way playing ability under the new substitution rule this year. "In the past three years we have platooned with our defensive unit playing 100 per cent on defense and our offensive team 80 per cent on offense," said Hayes. "It was fortunate we did this, because it kept us fairly experienced for both way performance.' Hayes says he has only four seniors who are "good football players," which would indicate hat this is a rare rebuilding season at Ohio State, with 15 juniors and 12 sophomores in the first 35. But with is usual nifty conversational footwork, Hayes said 'football is a funny business" and hat while Wisconsin and Northwestern should be favored in the Big Ten, his Buckeyes "I think will stick in the race." The key Buckeyes, besides talented Warfield and Snell, include quarterback Unverferth and such other returning 1962 regulars as halfback Bennie Espy; ex-tackle Dan Porretta at guard; guard Tom Jenkins, heaviest on the squad at 238; Ormonde Ricketts an end also playing defensive tackle; Ed Orazen, a defensive tackle and offensive end; and Bil Spahr, an offensive end. whom Hayes says is better on defense Crosetti Will Get Series Money Again By BOB OREKN Associated Press Sports Writer Frankie Crosetli. the New York Yankee third base coach, has icen wearing Yankee pin stripes inee 1932, either as a player or coach. If the Yanks clinch tonight, and hey could, it will be his 22nd pen- iant winner, includig seven as a player and 15 as a coach. The Yankees took another long stride toward the 1963 pennant- heir fourth in a row, 13 in 15 fears and 28th over-all — with a j-2 victory over Kansas City Thursday. Minnesota edged Cleveland 3-2 n .10 innings and Los Angeles blanked Boston 2-0 in the only oth- r American League games scheduled. The Yankee victory, which came ichind Stan Williams, reduced (heir magic number to two. They'll try to nail it down in Minnesota tonight in the first of a our-game series. Crosetti, a player-coach in 1947 and 1948, waved home Yogi Ber•a, another player-coach with the Yanks' first ran in the second inning, Berra scoring on a single jy Hector Lopez. Joh Blanchard hit a two-run homer in the fourth and Berra and Tony Kubek singled in the other New York runs in the fifth and sixth. Williams, who has won eight, allowed eight hits and walked six, but the A's left 13 men on base, 'form Siebern drove in both Kansas City runs with a single in the fifth. Minnesota managed to retain mathematical life when Bob Allison hit a bases-loaded sacrifice fly with none out in the bottom of the tenth, breaking a 2-2 tie with Cleveland. Earlier, Jimmy Hall hit his 32nd homer for the Twins, breaking Ted Williams' American League record for a rookie. The Indians tied it in the ninth on back-to-back homers by Max Alvis and Fred Whitfield. TRAP SHOOT Friday — 7:80 P.M. TRI-COUNTY ROD AND GUN CLUB Brighton, 111. Amateurs Play Semi-Finals In Dvs Moines DES MOINES, Iowa CAP)—It's Charlie Coe vs. Dick Sikes and 3enne Beman vs. Gec"ge Archer n the semifinals today of the U.S. \mafeur golf tournament. Archer, 23, who is studying to he a cowboy at Gilroy. Calif., has ivon the San Francisco City championship, the Northern California Open and is the Trans-Mississippi champion. He downed a friend of his, VCAA runner-up John 1/otz of San Jose State, 3 and 2, and hen spilled NAIA small college champion Steve Spray of Eastern New Mexico U.. 1 up, in Thursday's double round. Beman scrambled to a 1 up, 19- lole decision over Barry Meerdink of Muscatine, Iowa, before routing Cleveland salesman Walter Stahl, 6 and 5, with one-under-par play in the afternoon. Sikes, 23, Americas, Walker and World cupper, and NCAA champ [rom Arkansas, sank a 10-foot birdie putt on the last hole to jliminale Ed Tutwiler of Charleston, W. Va., and fired 14 straight pars in humbling John Owens of Lexington, Ky., 6 and 4 in the quarter-finals. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MIAMI, Fla. — Willy McCrea, 134, Perrine, Fla., decisioned Perfecto Garcia, 136, Miami, 8. LOS ANGELES—Rocky Rivero, 162, Argentina, knocked out Tony Valenti, 155, Alhambra, Calif., 4. New York State has a law which prohibits children under 1' years of age from attending box ng bouts. Wrestling Program Set For Wednesday The Alton-Wood River Spoils- men's Club and the Duck and Goose Hunters' Association wil sponsor a professional wrestling event at West Junior High Schoo! next Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. Three matches are on tap. In the finale Bill Miller and Danny Dusek will grapple Joe Blanchard and Bobby Graham in a two out-of-three-falls tag team match with a one-hour time limit. A girls bout is slated for the semi-final match following a 30-mlnute opening bout. The proceeds of the card wil be given to Ducks Unlimited Canada. Tickets are on sale at Pohlman's Insurance, Faulstich Cigar Store, Black's Sporting Goods and the Uptown Barber Shop in Alton. Wood River sales will be at John's Donut Shop, Parkway Drive - In, East - Wood Tavern Camp's Drug Store and Fulp's Drug Store. In Grafton tickets can be purchased at Rubel's Hotel and the American Legion Whalen Post. General admission costs $1.5C while reserved seats sell fo 152.50. All seats are reserved. Packers Facer Tough Bears, But Favored By .JACK HAND The Gronn Bay Packers and Nrw York Gianfs. pre-spason favorites in Ihr National Football Leagur, face a nidged test in ponine; day games. The Packers, minus suspended Paul Hornung, re at home to the Chicago Bears, he Giants, who play six of their •rst eight games on t he road, pen at Baltimore against the New Deal" Colts. Two Saturday night games and Ive Sunday afternoon contests make up the opening weekend late in the NFL. The American Football League hich opened last weekend has nly three games on its schedule. The New York Jets and Kansas Chiefs are idle. Boston is at San Diego and Denver at Houson Saturday night. In the lone Sunday game in the AFL Buffalo ; at Oakland. Here are the opening picks for he 1963 pro season: National Football League Detroit 17, Los Angeles 7 (Saturday night at Los Angeles) Dallas 28, St. Louis 21 (Saturday night at Dallas). Baltimore 21, New York 17 Sunday at Baltimore). Green Bay 27, Chicago 14 (Sunday at Green Bay). Pittsburgh 20, Philadelphia 14 [Sunday at Philadelphia). Minnesota 20, San Francisco 7 (Sunday at San Francisco). Cleveland 21, Washington 14 (Sunday at Cleveland). Pool Players In Rhubarb ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) - A disputed match threw the lead up for grabs Thursday night in the United States Masters Pocket Billiards Tournament. Former national and world champion, Irving Crane of Rochester, protested the match he lost to Joe Canton of Watervliet, N.Y. 150-149. The tournament judges were considering the protest. In other matches, Don Tozer of Decatur, 111., defeated Mike Eufemia of New York, 159-109. Eu- !emia had been tied with Crane or first place. Eufemia now has or firt place. Eufernia now has a 4-2 record. GRAND OPENING FIFE TRIM SERVICE 210 Cooper St.—East Alton (Formerly with Piasa Nursery) FREE TRIM SERVICE to the 1st, 5th and 10th customer during the Grand Opening week. 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