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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1963 Cards Just About Dead After Losing, 4-0 Sandy Kouf ax Magnificent In Victory By MIKE RATHET AMftettted Press Sports Writer JVtth only 87 pitches, splendid •CKUlipflw Sandy Koufax has made the St. -Louis Cardinals as much of .a long-shot as Gen. Custer. Waking their last stand in a vttal three-game series with the •^League-leading Los An- igers, the CardinaJs lost ''second night in a row Tuesday as Koufax spun a four- hit, 4-0 shutout and posted a record-setting Uth shutout. The loss, only the third in the last 22 games for St. Louis, left the CardinaJs three games back —four in the all-important loss column. Including the finale of the series tonight, the Cardinals have only eight games remaining to 10 for the Dodgers. While leaving the Cardinals with only a long-shot chance of overtaking the Dodgers, Koufax also made the night a personal triumph by becoming the first left- hander in major league history to post 11 shutouts, and the mo: prolific shutout pitcher since 191 Koufax, who has a 24-5 record broke the shutout mark for lef banders set by Carl Hubbell, wh pitched 10 for the 1933 New Yor Giants. Koufax' llth was the mos by any pitcher since Grove Cleveland Alexander pitched " for the Philadelphia Phiilles 1916. While the Cardinals and Dodg ers were playing the big one, Sar Francisco clubbed Milwauke 11-3, Philadelphia downed tht New York Mets 8-6, Cincinnati edge< Houston 4-3 and Chicago ani Pittsburgh split. The Cubs took the opener of a twi-nighter 3-1 the Pirates the nightcap 4-3. Cleveland edged the American League champion New York Yankees 3-2 in 10 innings, the Chi cago White Sox defeated Boston 2-1, Minnesota downed Detroit 3-1 and Kansas City nipped Washington 4-3 in 10 innings. The Washington at Los Angeles twi-nighter was rained out. Tne fireballing Koufax, the fleet Maury Wills and the towering Frank Howard all played key roles in the Dodgers' victory. Koufax was the key man. He had a no-hitter until Stan Musial, the Cardinals' 42-year-old grandpa, lined a single to center leading off the seventh, and he allowed the Cardinals two hits only to the eighth inning. At that point, Tim McCarver and Julian Javier were on with singles, but Koufax got Dick Groat, tied for the league batting lead, to Hne out to Willie Davis for the inning ending out. Wills scored the only run Koufax needed when he led off the first with a single off Curt Simmons, 15-8, stole sceond, raced to third on a wild pitch and scampered home on a double by Jim Gilliam. Howard provided additional working room with a homer in the eighth following a single by Tommy Davis and the Dodgers closed out the scoring in the ninth on an infield hit by Willie Davis, his steal of second and a double by Johnny Roseboro. Los Angeles (4) St. Louis (0) Player AB R H Player AB R H Wills 5 Gllliam 4 T. Davis 3 Howard 4 Skowron 4 Fairly 0 0 McMullen 4 Tracewskl 0 W. Davis 4 Roseboro 4 Koufax Totals Inning: L..A. St. Louis 1 2 Javier 0 1. Groat 1 2 Musial 1 1 Kolb 0 0 Schultz 0 Mackenzie 0 1 Wltherow 0 0 Boyer 1 2 White 0 1 Flood 0 0 James McCarver Simmons Shannon 0 1 0 0 1 4 4 3 0 000 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 4 10 Totals 31 0 4 12345678B RHE 100000021— 4 10 1 000000000—0 4 0 OPPOSING PITCHERS ST. LOUIS — Pitchers Bob Gibson, left, St. Louis Cards, and Pete Richert, right, Los Angeles Dodgers, are scheduled to pitch tonight in third game of Dodgers-Cards series. Dodgers won first two games, hold three-game edge in pennant race. (AP Wirephoto) Great Hurling, Says Sad Keane By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP)—"Good pitching will always beat good hit ing," Johnny Keane said sadly >ut wisely after Sandy Koufax o x>s Angeles overpowered his lard-hitting St. Louis club in perhaps the key game of the National >eague season. "The Dodgers' pitching has been great and that's the story of this cries so far," the Cardinal manger said after Koufax's four-hit 4-0 shutout victory Tuesday night, ohnny Podres stopped the Cards n three hits, 3-1, Monday after hey had won 19 of 20. Walter Alston, Los Angeles manger, had high praise for the big ft-hander whose llth shutout of season was a major league ecord for lefties. "Koufax was great—he's the greatest pitcher in the game," Uston said. "You don't shut out e Cards very often." Stan Musial, perhaps the great- st player of his generation, had iis to say about Koufax, "He's eld that club together, he's the reason they're up there in firs place." Asked whether he could reca a lefty in his best season bette than Koufax this year, Musial, 42 thought long and hard and couk not come up with a name. Koufax was amazed when tok he had made only 87 pitches, 21 of which were balls. He struck out four, well below his average and didn't walk a man in running iiis record to 24-5. "I don't think I've ever pitchec a game when I made under KX pitches," said the 27-year-old Dodger ace. Both Alston and Keane hac words of praise for losing pitcher Curt Simmons, a crafty veteran who held the Dodgers to one run until Frank Howard's eighth in ning blow. While the Dodgers, with coach Leo Durocher the ringleader, were highly confident, the Cardinals were grim-faced. It was obvious their chances were almost gone >ut they didn't want to admit it Musial put it this way: "We ust have to win every game from now on." Bears' Game Better Than 73-0 Victory NEW YORK (AP) — George lalas claims the Chicago Bears efensive effort against Green Jay last Sunday was a better job han their famous 73-0 playoff vie ory over Washington in 1940. No wonder the Bears lead the National Football League in team efense. They were so effective n the opener that the Packers 'ound up 14th and last in team ffense with only 150 yards, 77 unning and 73 passing. When the Bears thumped the ledskins in that playoff game ong ago, Washington made only hree yards rushing but got 229 •assing. Perhaps the most significam Tony Trabert Retires From Tennis Business LONDON (AP)—Tony Trabert, the new head man of the pro ten nis traveling show, announced his retirement today, both as a play er and a front office man. Trabert, who lost 6-2, 6-3 to Ken Rosewall in the Wembley pro tournament Tuesday night, said he will travel with the tour through South Africa next month and then quit. The Cincinnati player holds the title of executive manager of the Professional Tennis Players Association. He took over the pros' GRID MENU FRIDAY Marquette at Alton (8:30) Roxuna at Wood River Civic Memorial at Jerieyvllle Vlrden at Southwestern Lincoln (BSD at East St. Louie Wentzvllle, Mo. at Cajboua MadUon at Granite City Belleville Cathedral vi. EdwwdsvWe at ROXMM Assumption at Belleville ColllnsvlUe at Qulncy Northwestern at Greenfield Trlopla at North Greene Louisiana, Mo. at Plesant Hill Winchester at piusfleld Nashville Cuhokla at WMA (JiOO) Highland at Vandalla College •1U at EvansvUle Collefe,. „ , Earlbam College at Principle Col- St. Louis at Philadelphia MtMWOta business affairs from Jack Kramer. Who will succeed him is not known. Trabert said he will take an appointment with a Los Angeles manufacturing firm in November He turned pro after the 1955 season, when he won Wimbledon Forest Hills and the French titles Gautt Placed On Injury List ST. LOUIS (AP)-The St. Louis, football Cardinals placed bad Prentice Guutt on the disabled list Tuesday after he was waived by all other clubs in the Naliona Football League. Gautt, who suffered a kidney injury in Saturday's game against Dallas, joined another running back, John David Crow, and defensive corner back Billy Stacy. They are off the active roster for four weeks. The move Tuesday reduced the Cardinal roster to 36, one below the limit. They have until Sunday morning to fill the vacant spot. Max Carey holds the National League record for stolen bases. His total is 738. statistic for the Bears was their total of four interceptions of Bart Starr's passes. The Packer quarterback was intercepted only nine times all last season. The Bears did not make a single substitute on defense. Stan Jones, converted from guard, played his first full game at defensive tackle. Bennie McRae started his first game at corner back. Bob Kilcullen, a reserve, filled in for injured Maury Youmans and Ed O'Bradovich. Card Rookie Makes World Series List NEW YORK (AP)—Larry Jaster, a 19-year-old left-hander, has yet to throw his first pitch in the major leagues. But, because of the new "designated player" rale, Jaster will be eligible for the World Series if the St. Louis Cardinals win the National League pennant. Jaster, who under the new rule counted on the Cardinals' 25-man roster although he was in the minors, was on the list of eligible players submitted and approved Tuesday by Commissioner Ford Frick. The Los Angeles Dodgers, leading in the National League race, submitted only 24 men on their eligibility list while the American League champion New York Yank ees named a full complement of 25. Cardinal players eligible for the World Series: Pitchers — Ernie Broglio, Lew Burdette, Bob Gibson, Larry Jaster, Sam Jones, Ken MacKenzle, Ray Sadecki, Bobby Shantz, Barney Schultz, Curt Simmons, Ron Taylor. Catchers—Tim McCarver, Carl Sawatski. Infielders — Ken Boyer, Dick Iroui, Julian Javier, Jeoff Long, Dal Maxvill, Bill White. Outfielders — George Altman, Curt Flood, Charley James, Gary Kolb, Stan Musial, Mike Shannon. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (375 at bats)—Groat, St Louis, and Clemente, Pittsburgh .323. Runs — H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 114; Flood, St. Louis, 108. Runs batted in—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 126; White, St. Louis, 108 Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 198; Flood, Groat and White, St. Louis, 193. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 42; Pinson, Cincinnati, 37. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; Brock, Chicago, and Gonzalez, Philadelphia, 11. Home runs—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 42; McCovey, San Francisco, !. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Angeles, 36; H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 28. Pitching (15 decisions) — Per- ranoski, Los Angeles, 15-3, .833; Koufax, Los Angeles, 24-5, .828. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 288; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 242. American League Batting (375 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston, .319; Pearson, x>s Angeles, .312. Runs — Allison, Minnesota, 92; 5 earson, Los Angeles, 90. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 110; Kaline, Detroit, 96. Hits — Yastrzemski, Boston, 74; Ward, Chicago 172. Doubles — Yastrzemski, Boson, 38; Ward, Chicago, 34. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, 13; Hinton, Washington, 12. Home, runs—Stuart, Boston, 40; Qllebrew, Minnesota, 39. Vi Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 38; Hinton, Washignton, 25. Pitching (15 decisions)—Bouton, Vew York, 20-6, 169; Ford, New York, 23-7, .767. Strikeouts — Peters, Chicago, 82; Bunning, Detroit, and Stigman, Minnesota, 180. Bowlin WOOD RIVER BOWL Men's Tues. Trio Baker 219. Tues. Ladles VIP Marlene Wells 224 (535). BOWL ARENA Memorial Hospital Stamper 199. Ladies Late Tuo day Vogt 170. Onized MPMA Middendorf 238. Bowl Arena Ladies Stumski 239. ACME 32 LANES Westerner Club Blackburn 213. Tues. Kite Merchants Bierman 245. Tues. Nlte Ladies V. Muehletnan 197-169-169 (535). Turning Point Came In Third Inning Play By TOM PE\DERGA8T ST. LOUIS (AP)-Cardinal Man ager Johnny Keane, and just abou everyone who saw Los Angeles defeat St. Louis 4-0 Tuesday night agreed that the game's turning point came in the third inning. With Cardinal runners on second and third via a hit batter and an error, and the Dodgers leading 1-0 shortstop Maury Wills fielded Ju lian Javier's sharp grounder and threw to the plate to nail Tim McCarver trying to score. "That was our big chance," a somber Keane said, "If McCarver had scored it would have been a new ball game. But he didn't." Wills, the little Dodger speedster said: "I gambled and won. As a matter of fact Roseboro (John PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Los Angeles (Richert 5-1) at St Louis (Gibson 18-8) (N) San Francisco (Sanford 15-13) at Milwaukee (Sadowski 5-6) Houston (Nottebart 10-7) at Cincinnati (Maloney, 22-6) (N) Chicago (Koonce 1-6) at Pitts burgh (Gibbon 5-10) (N) Philadelphia (Gulp 13-11) at New York (Willey 9-13) American League Boston (Morehead 9-12 and Wil son 11-16) at Chicago (Peters 18-6 and Herbert 12-10) twi-night Detroit (Regan 13-7) at Minnesota (Pascual 18-9) (N) Baltimore (McCormkk 4-8 and Mcnally 6-7) at Los Angeles (Me Bride 13-11 and Gatewood 1-0) twi-night. Kansas City (Wickersham 10-1' at Washington (Osteen 8-13) (N) Only games Tigers Win 4-Way Battle At Staunton STAUNTON — The Tigers of Sdwardsville captured the Staun- on four-team, football jamboree Tuesday night with a 14-6 first quarter win over Staunton and a 27-0 romp in the fourth quarter )ver Litchfield. Litchfield had edged Hills, boro, 6-0, in the second quarter after which Hillsboro lost to Staunton,- 6-0, in a third period battle lor third place. Two 51-yard gallops off tackle y Edwardsville halfback Joe 'ownsend accounted for Edwardsville's touchdowns against taunton. Bob Hoskins scored the xtra points on plunges over the middle. Staunton got its Td on a six ard pass from Jerry Kinnikin to Dennis Kuba after a march of 64 ards. In the final and decisive quarter halfback Bill Blind scampered 45 yards for the first score, Hoskins rambled around end eight yards for the second touchdown, Townsend barreled 19 yards for the third six-pointer, and reserve halfback Bernard Williams dashed 14 yards off tackle for the final touchdown. Townsend and Hoskins each dded an extra point on plunges nd quarterback Rich Noll passed 3 Blind for the other. Avistan Tops Worden, 2-0 WORDEN — Avlston defeated he Trojans of Worden Tuesday n an MCM Conference basebal game, 2-0. Both winning hurler Strieker nd losing pitcher Bagaglio allowed only two hits but the Trojans ommitted five errors. Worden tries to go above the 500 mark Friday when it hosts Vesclin in a conference contest The Trojans are 1-1 in league Jay. INOWI TRANSMISSION and MOTOR SERVICE SPECIALISTS e OVERHAULED • REBUILT • REPAIRED Open 8 A.M. Till FREE TOWING (Limit 466.9656 A Week * ESTIMATES 4.004 Mile or 80 Days Guarantee. TRANSMISSION & MOTOR SERVICE 410 STATE ST. Roseboro. Dodger catcher) made the play possible. 1 had to get the ball away in a hurry and threw it to the first base side of Liston Cuts Short Tour LEICESTER, England (AP) — Sonny Liston, world heavyweight champion, cut short his British exhibition tour Tuesday night and announced he was heading home to be with a sick daughter. He startled his entourage in the small hours by telling them he was packing. Details of the daughter's illness were not known lere. Liston arrived in Britain August 31 for a series of exhibitions. His tour had several days to go with shows scheduled for Birmingham and Blackpool. Oklahoma City Wins Crown OKLAHOMA CITY (AP)-Okla- loma City won the Pacific Coast league baseball championship Tuesday night, blanking Spokane, 40, behind the nine-hit hurling of Ben Johnson and Tom Borland. The 89ers, who won the series opener, then dropped the next three games before blowing down he Indians in three straight tilts icre to win the series, 4-3, ex:ended Spokane's scoreless string o 24 innings. Harris Leads Illinois Meet CHICAGO (AP) — Bob Harris akes a one-stroke lead into the final 18 holes of the Illinois Open Golf Tournament today at the inollwood Country Club. Harris' three-under-par 69 Tues- ay gave him a 139 total in the irst two rounds and a one-stroke ead over defending champion ohn Paul Jones and Jack Bell Tones had a 71 and Bell a 72 Tues day. Tied at 142 and three strokes away from the lead were Bill Og den, Hubby Habjan, Dick Hart and Gene Howard. 299 Game Helps Leaders BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Aided by im St. John's 299 game, the team f Andy Rogoznica and St. John, Chicago, took the first two-game set match lead Tuesday in the Bowling Proprietors of America ouble tournament. The Chicago duo won six out ol ight games and totaled 41-26 Minis to lead second place Luke iarlow, Hobbs, N.M., and Ronnie rown, Lemesa, Tex., by the lender margin of 86 pins. The pstarts from the Southwest had 40-40 score at the end of the two matches. St. John and Rogoznica took nree of four games from Jim schroeder, Buffalo, N.Y., and Bill lunetta, Fresno, Calif., and they icked up the same total against Uenn Allison, St. Louis, and Dick Hoover, Akron, Ohio. Any American Made Oar With the Purcbase 2 NEW GENERAL WINTER CLEATS OR SNOW RETREADS GENERAL TIRE COMPANY Ninth * Belle Sta. 460.4340 Sales and Service Dept. Open Till 8iM P.M. Friday Nights I Alto Available at BILL ROLLER Service Station 4M Ridge St.. Alton. 4W-3W BAUSEB Shell Service College * Beltllae Phone 462-3714 the plate. John reached out, caught the ball and made the tag almost in one motion." Sandy Koufax, the brilliant left- hander who hurled his llth shutout of the season and set a National League record, said that situation caused him his most anxious moment. "Javier hit the ball on the nose," Koufax said. "I wanted to make him hit into the ground. When he hit it, I was hoping Wills would throw the ball home and he did. It was a great play." The Cards had only one more opportunity to break through Koufax' guard. That was in the seventh when Stan Musial led off with a single, the Cards' first hit. Ken Boyer followed with a towering fly to right that Frank Howard caught at the base of the pavilion. "I thought it had a chance to go over," said Boyer later. "I was sure it would at least hit the screen." After Bill White made the second out, Curt Flood sent a drive to the left of second base but Wills fielded the difficult grounder and forced pinch runner Gary Kolb at second. Huff, Battery Chosen Top Prep Players Joe Huff, Wood River fullback, and Mike Hattery, Civic Memoria] left guard-linebacker, were select ed back and lineman of the week, respectively, by the Elks Quarterback Club for high school games played last weekend. Huff, a six-foot, 175-pound senior, played an outstanding game in Wood River's 26-0 win over Civic Memorial. He carried 15 times and gained 92 yards for over six yards per try. He scored two touchdowns, returned a kickoff for 14 yards and a punt for 27. He accounted for four first downs during the game. His first touchdown was from nine yards out and his second came on a seven-yard pass from quarterback Lee Davis. Hattery was a defensive stalwart for the Eagles despite the one-sidedness of the score. He was credited with seven unassisted tackles and was In on five others. Other backs nominated by Quarterback Club were Tom Durham of Roxana, Andrew Johnson of Alton, Tom Klien of Western Military Academy, Dave Chappee of Marquette and Earl Kivett of Civic Memorial. Linemen nominated were Vic Schwartz of Alton, Bill Smith of Wood River, Randy Baker of Marquette, Skip Burgess of Roxana and John u ooper of Western Military Academy. Schools from which players are chosen are Alton, Marquette, WMA, Wood River, Roxana and CM. Ma/or League STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles ... 93 59 .612 ,.. 91 63 St. Louis .... San Francisco Cincinnati ... Philadelphia . Milwaukee .., Chicago 76 77 .591 3 83 69 .546 10 73 .526 13 81 80 72 .526 13 80 73 .523 .497 17'/ a Pittsburgh .... 72 80 .474 21 Houston 58 94 .382 35 New York 49 103 .322 44 Tuesday'» Remit* Los Angeles 4, St. Louis 0 Philadelphia 8, New York 6 Cincinnati 4, Houston 3 Chicago 3-3, Pittsburgh 1-4 San Francisco 11, Milwaukee 3 Today's Game* Los Angeles at St. Louis (N) San Francisco at Milwaukee Houston at Cincinnati (N) Chicago at Pittsburgh (N) Philadelphia at New York Thursday's Games No games scheduled. American League Pet. CJ.B. .654 .570 13 .562 .523 .490 .477 .474 .450 .447 .351 14 20 25 27 31 46 W. xNew York .. 100 53 Chicago ...... 86 65 Minnesota ..... 86 67 Baltimore ..... 79 72 Detroit ........ 74 77 Boston ........ 73 80 Cleveland ..... 73 81 Kansas City ... 68 83 Los Angeles ... 68 84 Washington ... 53 98 Tuesday's Remits Kansas City 4, Washington 3 (10 innings) Cleveland 3, New York 2 (10 Innings) Chicago 2, Boston 1 Minnesota 3, Detroit 1 Baltimore at Los Angeles, rain Today's Games Boston at Chicago (2, twl-nlght) Detroit at Minnesota (N) Baltimore at Los Angeles (2 twi-night) Kansas City at Washington (N) Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Detroit at Minnesota Wisconsin Hurting For a Quarterback (Another In a series on 1963 Big Ten football prospects by Jer ry Liska, Midwest AP sports edi tor, who toured the conferenc camps) Wisconsin By JERRY LISKA Associated Press Sports Writer MADISON, Wis. (AP)-Big Tei defending champion Wisconsin and bristling Northwestern get one-week jump on conference foot ball rivals Saturday against West ern Michigan and Missouri, respectively. Northwestern ? s"Wildcats, cc-fav orites with the Badgers in the title race, ostensibly Have a mucl tougher opening test. But Wiscon sin must uncover a key perform er Northwestern definitely has — a skilled quarterback. Northwestern is rated No. 6 ant Wisconsin No. 7 in The Associated Press national pre-season poll. While Northwestern hangs it high, hopes on the magic arm o seasoned Tom Myers, Wisconsin must quickly develop a successo to graduated Ron Vanderkelei for able direction of an otherwise formidable squad. Vandy's heir apparent is south paw junior Harold Brandt, witl only 55 minutes of varsity experi ence and no Pat Richter to make clutch catches all over the field. If Brandt falters, one of two bright sophomore quarterbacl prospects—Dave Fronek or Johi Fenske—may direct a Badger ar ray of 25 lettermen on the first three units. At that, Coach Milt Bruhn starting his eighth Badger sea son, asserts, "The quarterback situation is better now than it was last year at this time." Bruhn disclosed that Vender Selen, a big question mark in 1962 pre-season practice, had a shoulder separation prior to the opener with New Mexico State. "Brandt is not going to be an other VanderKelen," Bruhn said His style is entirely different. I mVIHATOR Automatic Washerl Everything you wont in a washer- "Deep WASHING ACTION •—clean* to Hior- ogghly there Is no need for pro-scrub- blng — separate cycles for regular or small wash loads. NO MONEY DOWN «J*R AUTO STORES 400 Belle St^-Dowutown Alton—463-9261 Spiegel Catalog Deri* at this J&R Store Fronek comes through, we may go back to the VanderKelen offense. Fenske is our best passer and some day he will throw the ball with anybody. But he has to learn the offense." Besides quarterbacks, the Badgers are hurting at end where Richter, Elmars Ezerins and Ron Carlson are gone. But defensive star Larry Howard, letterman Ron Leafblad, Jim Jones and Bobbie Johnson, two good receivers and transfers from Trinidad (Colo.) Junior College, are available. Badger running strength should be great, hubbed around halfbacks Lou Holland and Fred Reichardt and fullback Ralph Kurek on the No. 1 unit. Other seasoned backs include Carl Silvestri, Billy Smith, Jim Purnell, Jim Net tics, Ron Smith and Gerry McKinney. Nettles, Bill Smith and safety specialist Ron Frain are fine defensive backs, with Kurek a bruising linebacker. Bruhn is worried about his guards, but he admits his tackle squad is excellent, headed by 245- pound Roger Pillath, Andy WoJ- dula (212) and Roger Jacobazzi (227). Center Ken Bowman, fattened from 210 last year to 229, should be one of the best in the Big Ten. Starting guards probably will be lettermen Jon Hodman (226) and Mike Gross (201). Gay Speaks Again LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)—No. 1 heavyweight contender Cassius Clay said Tuesday that if heavyweight champion Sonny Liston doesn't come up with suitable terms for a title fight within three months, he'll have to wait years to fight me." Under New Ownership/ CAFETERIA Completely Redecorated LUNCH SPECIALS LUNCH SERVED 11 AM. TO 4 P.M. THURS,— SPAGHETTI AND MEAT SAUCE FRI,— SALMON LOAF SAT— BAR-B.QUED CHICKEN All With Vegetable and Roll Included DINNER EAT ALL YOU LIKE (Definition of Smorgasbord) $175 •k Children under 12— $1.25 OPTIONAL SERVICE FROM THE MENU: DINNER or SNACKS Breakfast 6 ft& ALTON PLAZA 1808 I. Broadway— Alton

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