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Wednesday, September 18, 1963
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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1963 Country Redbirds Top Kahok» 9 17*45 The Alton cross-country ton in its record nt 1-1 TUPS Eliminate Delay NKW YORK (API—How many dfty at thr Mtiny Golf Courso with! seconds a IT a ff\v seconds? a 17-45 triumph over Collinsville. Darrell Groves of Alton came in first with a time of 10:26 and was followed five seconds Inter by Redhird George Frnzier. Mike Chaprmn of Colllns- vllle and Ed Podhorn of Alton finished in a dead heat with Identical times of 10:42 but third pla« was awarded to Podhorn. Other finishers included: fifth- Bruce Carroll, Alton (10:43.5); sixth—Jeff Bernard, Alton (10:45); seventh — Ron Taul, Alton (10: |>2); eight—Allan Lobdell, Col(10:54); nine—Bob Redman,'Alton (10:55); 10 — Ron Wilson, Alton (10:551; 11—Terry Harris, Alton (10:55); and 12- Mike Castillo, Alton (11:00). The Alton junior varsity team defeated Collinsville, 15-43. The question may arise under code of golf rules adopted for use next veiir and announced Tuesday by thr United States Golf Association. of the changes should save some strokes, and one is designed to save time. It's a rule about how long a golfer may watt for a putt to drop that is hanging on the lip. The current rule allows a "momentary delay" in hopes the ball will drop. The new rules allows a "few seconds." The Royal and Ancient Golf Club, which runs the game in Britain and many other parts of the world, rejected a couple of the rule changes. Thus, there will be differences in the rules between Britain and the United States next year for for home remodeling or repairs-any good reason! You can borrow up to $800 from The Associates for clothes, furniture, sports equipment, appliances, or any worthwhile purpose. You select monthly payments best suited to your income. The Associates service is fast, friendly and confidential. Phone or come in to your nearby Associates office. the first time. Previously the two nations had differed only on the size of the bill, which is larger here. A joint American-British committee met last May in an effort to get complete agreement. They agreed on the rule on a ball on the lip of the cup, a milder pen- ally for carrying more than clubs and simplified and clarified 21 of the 41 rules of golf. However, the British rejected these changes, which go into effect in the U.S. on Jan. 1: 1. A ball striking an unattended flagstick from within 20 yards of the holes will entail a two-stroke penalty, or loss of hole in match play. 2. An unplayable ball may be dropped within two club lengths with the penalty reduced from two strokes to one. 3. A provisional ball may be played only for a ball which may be lost or out of bounds, not one that may be in the water or unplayable. BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Sandy Koufax Dodgers, pitched four-hit, 4-0 shutout against St. Louis, increasing Los Angeles' National „ League lead to three games over second' place Cardinals. It was Koufax' llth shutout, most in major league history for a left-hander. BATTING — Johnny Callison Phillies, hit two homers and two singles in 8-6 victory over New York Mets. LOAN COMPANY 1828 East Broadway. Phone:462-9715 ALTON 68 East Ferguson St. Phone : 254-3879 WOOD RIVER Listen to Associates Weather Report on WBBY Radio 59, 7:15 a.m. Monday through Saturday. GOLFING NOTES ALTON WOMEN The event for the Greater Alton Women's Golf Association at Rock Spring Golf Course Tuesday was the tee to green. Mrs. Nelson McBrien won the event and Mrs. G. C. Davis the low net in the championship flight. In the first flight Mrs. Joseph Wickenhauser won the event and Mrs. Harry Leamy and Mrs. William Winter tier for low net. Mrs. C. W. Emmons and Mrs. Paul Vine tied for the second flight event title as Mrs. Emmons won the low net. Mrs. Bernard Orris won the third flight event while Mrs. Ralph Coates was winning low net. LOCKHAVEN LADIES The event for the Lockhaven Ladies at the Lockhaven Country Club Tuesday was a best-ball foursome tourney. The 18-hole foursome winners were Mrs. John Wedig, Mrs. Robert Elliot, Mrs. Joe Walters, and Mrs.' Lucille Zimmerman. For nine holes the winning four some included Mrs. Wilby Sundin, Mrs. Al Banierd, Mrs. Joseph Kovic and Mrs. Ruth Lawrence. Britain Faces Yank Golfers DALMAHOY, Scotland (AP) — Britain took on a United States team today in a golf match that could serve as a preview to the Ryder Cup clash at Atlanta next month. Virtually the entire British Ry- MILWAUKEE (AP) - "If they ;ave you the world with a string around it. it would be nothing to this." Warren Spahn, balding, ancient eft-handed pitcher was talking about his night in Milwaukee. There- were .37,000 on hand in County Stadium Tuesday night, or the speeches and fireworks, liey exuded devotion. "No one in baseball ever had as fine a tribute as this," Spahn aid. "Those people out there. . ." "There's nothing I can really say. You get up in front of the icople, and you've got a couple of minutes, and there's no way to say what you feel. You can't put he way you feel into words." Spahn was in the clubhouse at an early hour for him. The San Francisco Giants knocked him out after three innings and won 11-3. He talked about the game—"I vas throwing hard"—but he hought about the night. There were no big gifts. A toy >at for Spahn, symbol of his hitting prowess, a jevel box for his vife, a riding saddle for his 14- year-old son. Telegrams, one from 'resident Kennedy. The money collected went to a scholarship fund in Spahn's name. The first deposit of $30,000 will be Outdoors with Harold Brand Weekend Boating Outing Members of the Alton Motor boat Club and the St. Louis Boat ing Assn. enjoyed an overnigh campout on a sandbar in the Missouri River about 12 miles upstream from its confluence with the Mississippi, reported C o m m Virgil Jennings of the Alton skippers. The members beached the bows of their boats on the sandbar 40% OFF ^ .WINTER TIRE Your -when you buy FIRST Tire at our Regular "No-Trade-in" Low Price! \Btty Early..! Swe.J WINTER TIRE Lay-Away your pair of tirts 6.70-15 Tube Type Blackwall Cordovan Super Traction Master • True LOW PROFILE for LONGER LIFE • Guaranteed 30 Months... 3 WINTERS • 76/32 Inch Deep RUGGED TREAD *AHPric»$ Shown arm Plut Fed. 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Mrs. D e Barker asked her husband to catch her as she jumped off the side of a cruiser into the shal low water. When she jumped, in to her husband's arms she knock ed him over and both went under for a brief dunking. Others in the Alton group in eluded the Ron Marcus's, Bob Kimmey, Bed McPheron and Jen nings. The John Olmsteads anc the Lou Furtwenglers ran their boats to the sandbar on Sunday The St. Louis skippers includ ed the Bill Ltacks and daughter Mary, the Art Nobles, the Charles Kalschultz's, the Glen Spassers the Art Hastys, the Harold Berg melers, the Charles Walkenhorsts Tom Hartman, and Miss Mar; Jane McCullock, queen of the St Louis Assn. Dynamite Couldn't Work The fish are biting in numbers at Table Rock Lake the past few days, according to a telephone call K. O. Klump, 1319 Milton Rd., received from Little Indian Resort near Lampe, Mo. The Klumps and Mrs. Mumps brother and wife and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pierce and Sharon, Carlyle, 111., and Shar on's fiancee, Gene Smith, recent ly fished at Dale Hollow Lak near Celina, Tenn., and then a Kentucky Lake near Paris, Tenn "Although Dale Hollow Lak has produced the world's recort smallmouth and is known for its good walleye fishing, we couldn' catch them with a stick of dyna mite," said Klump who has a reputation of being Alton's trav eling fisherman. "What's more, we were over charged at the resort where stayed," He continued. "So we weren't too happy about our trip there. Now we know better anc can advise anyone where to stay and get good food." At Kentucky Lake, the Klum] party also failed to take any fisl because a four-inch rain hac made the water murky and the fish just weren't biting. Klump is about as clever as this write in making up excuses when the fish don't cooperate. Bull Shoals Report The Ozark Fisherman reports that the Alfred Thullmans o: Wood River and the C. R. Mlt chells of Carlinville, recently took their limits of trout on earthworms in the Theodosia area of Bui: Shoals Lake. Mrs. Thallman anc Mrs. Mitchell each scored bass up to three pounds. A new record was set Sept. when a 25-pound brown trout was taken in the White River in the Bull Shoals urea by T o in m y Gulloy, Bull Shoals, Ark. It took Pulley 45 minutes to land t h e fish to set a new state record •is well as for the Ozarks. Sighted Deer Bill Morrlssoy, Logan Street, sighed a buck, a doe, and three fawns feeding in fields Sunday off Rte. 100 south of Pere Marquette Park. There are some deer that are practically tame in hat region. The animajs feed at 'aims and aren't too shy of hu nans. Anyone who might harm he- deer would be in serious trouble with the farmers. Doves Are Plentiful POVCK are plentiful this season, eported M. (Red) Kennedy, Brown Street, who scored eight f them Saturday. Milwaukee Honors Vet Warren Spahn 37,000 in Stands der Cup team goes against a U.S. squad which contains only two tyder Cup members in the two- made this week. The total should reach $75,000 by the end of the year. Much of the money was raised by the sale of 25-cent "Spahnie" buttons. Spahn contributed $500. His teammates chipped in $1,100. In the spotlight with Spahn were some other pitchers, Lefty Grove and Carl Hubbell, Hall of Famers, and Johnny Sain, now the pitching coach of the New York Yankees. It was Sain who teamed with Spahn and "two days of rain" to pitcli the Braves to a flag in Boston, in 1948. Since then Spahn has gone on to win 20 games in 13 different seasons — he is 20-7 this year at the age of 42. "I don't feel as though I belong with those guys," Spahn said "Sain won 27 games. . .Grove won 30 games one year. I just go along, barely keeping about 20. just happen to have the recod for longevity." He talked about the scholar ships. "Not just next year, but the year after that and the year after that, there'll be a couple of kids going to school because of those people out there. Maybe they'l even think of me once in a while." That seems likely. As a Milwaukee youngster sai< as Spahn talked with Sain and Hubbell and Grove. "Who," he asked, "are the guys with Warren Spahn?" Hagan'sTeam Hopes to Tie Squad Series The St. Louis Hawks play at Effingham, 111. tonight with Cliff Hagan's red squad hopeful of evening matters with Bob Pettit's white unit. Pettit's unit won the first of the *hree-scheduled intra-squac games Monday night in Pittsfield 111, 128-104 as the Hawks captain boosted his squad into an early 'ead with 14 points in the first six minutes. Bill Bridges of Hagan's team led both sqlinds with 30 markers while Hagnn had 21 nnd Zelmo Boaty chipped in with IS. Seven of the eight men on Pet tit's team scored in double fig ures. Chico Vaughn had 23 points Larry Siegfried 20, Len Wilkens 17, Leland Mitchell 14, Mike Fanner 13 and Gene Tormohlen 11. The Hawks play a blackboard drill at noon today before em barking for Effingham. Single workouts are listed for Thursday and Friday before the squad winds up the week with a final Intrn-squad contest at Mount Olive, 111. Saturday night. The Hawks open a 13-game ex hibition schedule Wednesda} night at Edwardsville against thi Detroit Pistons. In 1920 Penn State beat Leba non Valley in football, 109-7. In 1889 State was on the wrong en- of a 106-0 score against Lehigh. No one has duplicated Ty Cobb' feat of winning a major leagu batting title nine times in a row Arizona and EvansvUle (Ind.) Favorites won 28.8 per cent of will meet on the basketball Court the races at the 1963 Hollywood for the first time next December. You For IMMIDIATI DEFENSIVE ACTION! BE HONEST WITH YOURSELF What Could You Do If Attacked? rnrr TWO FREE FREE T» fill our C«ir»Mw» mate NOW IN ALTON! 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