Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1972 · Page 32
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 32

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Alton Hivenmg Telegraph \\ectnosday. Aug. 2.\ 1D27 Cards in Astrodome debut Olympic jumpers U.S. 100-metrr sprinter Rcynand Rob- Wright, left, of Sacramento, Calif., fol- inson, 20, of Lnlidaiio, Fla,, gives Iiis lowing a training session Tuesday in impressions <o U.S. .sprint coach Stan Munich. (AP Wircphoto) Rhodesians pack for home, barred from Olympic games By HUBERT MIZELL buried under a political ax, MUNICH (AP) — packed their green bags for Rhodesia's confused Olym- home today as the games pians, their dreams of Munich again became a spectacle of sports. .last as it barred South Africa four years earlier, the T. n t e r n a t i o n al Olympic Committee voted Tuesday to send home the athletes of white-controlled Rhodesia in the face of a walkout threat of blacks from Olympic Village. It was a bruising defeat for 84-year-old IOC President Avery Briindage, in perhaps his final battle before stepping down as czar of the Olympics for 20 years. "It is political blackmail," the Chicago millionaire said earlier regarding the withdrawal threat initiated by nations of black Africa with heavy ideological differences with the Rhodesians. It was somewhat of a technical knockout of the Rhodesians as the IOC voted 36-31 to snatch back its Munich invitation on grounds that the athletes from the small country had no British passports as specified in a 1971 agreement. Artwell Mandaza, a black Rhoclesian, was a man who accepted the dismissal with emotions. His speed is 10 flat at 100 meter, which could perhaps have won an Olympic gold medal. HOUSTON, Tex. — Fresh from an exciting come-from- behind victory, the football Cardinals start the second half ot their pre-season schedule Thursday night, when they battle the Houston Oilers. It will be the Big Red's first appearance in the Astrodome. Kickoff for the game, which will benefit the Houston ; Golf Notes TIKD UP Odd numbered holes, low total, was the event shared by Mrs. LeRoy Steiger, Mrs. Russell Patterson and Mrs. Eugene Bailey in the Greater Alton women's Golf Association play Tuesday at muny. Mrs. Steiger shared low net with Mrs. Russell Patterson. Mrs. Wayne Henson and Mrs. Robert Muehleman won the first flight's event. Mrs. Muehleman won low net. Mrs. Lowell Seitzinger won the event and low net in the second flight. Mrs. Henson won overall low net. LOCKHAVEN In a tandem threejome, Mrs. Lyman Barton and Mrs. Fred Renshaw tied for fi;s ( ; place in the 9-holo group at Lockhaven country club. Second place: Mrs. T. Feeney, Mrs. Robert Garvey and Mrs. James Curlovic. Third place: Mrs. Don Shearburu and Mrs. Julian Friedman. In 18 Hole play, Mrs. Edward Petrick, Mrs. Vaughn Oberlink and Mrs. Robert Elliott shared first. Mrs. Chanes Emons won the recent Victory Tournament and Mrs. Mundell was runnerup. Recreation results AT ALTON CITY LEAGUE FASTPITCH (At Northsldc Park) Woody's 10 (WP—Ray Rushing), Boyds 5 (Tom Biddlecome) (LP— Tom Blddlecorne). HRs—D. Wooff, Woody's, 4th, one on; Roger Pace, Woody's, 5th, one on; Watklns, Woody's, Bth, one on; Allen, Boyds, 7th, grand slam. Fosterburs 4 (WP—Don Stalhut), Royals 1 (LP — Gary Cannon). League's Ail-Star game, Aug 31, 7 p.m. Symphony Orchestra, will be at 7:45 p.m. (CDT) and will mark the Cardinals' fourth straight outing against an American Conference team. There will be no television coverage in St. Louis but the game will be carried over KMOX Radio in St. Louis with Bob Starr and Joe Pollack announcing. Despite being saddled with a lengthy injury list, the Big Red improved its pre-season record to 2-1 last Saturday with a 17-13 victory over the Denver Broncos. The Car- youngsters registering for soccer The Alton Recreation Commission is registering boys, between the ages of six and 13 for soccer. Fees for the program are $2.00 for reidents and $4.00 for nonresidents. This fee will pay for both Fall and Spring seasons. Boys will be placed on teams according to age, school, and geographic location. The age groups cannot be determined until registrations arc completed. The deadline for registration is Monday, Sept. 4. Anyone who is interested in coaching is invited to attend. For further information, call 462-9711. Office hours are 8:30 to 5:00 on weekdays and 8:30 to 12:00 noort on Saturdays. P. N. Work Clothes that to men'on the: job riASA CXJRNERS ALTON IM.AZA WILSHIRE VILLAGE CHATEAU DBS FLEUKS SHOPPING CENTERS AND DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER Waiting for decision PEDI-BARES Peter Hodder, manager of Khodesia's track and field wilh £!!»••"!£. B .T'. team, rests his head on his hand Monday night as he """ziKE waited for the decision of the International Olympic PHARMACY Committee on whether or not to bar Rhodesia from B27 OP E.Vriii> 0 e Dr., the Olympic games. 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What is tho largest department store I'hain in the world? While you're thinking, consider Ihe fact that the 1973 models will be higher priced than Ihe current models. Experts ugrec thut the new emissions control devices will decrease the economy and performance as much as 25r<. That's two good reasons for buying a 1972 now. Two reasons for choos. Ing Chuck-Dlerlng Chrysler- Plymouth us the place to buy are excellent service and lantaslie prices being offered on all remaining models. Don't delay, check us out today. You save more at Chuck Dierlng Chrysler-Plymouth. A. If you said Sears-Roebuck, Montgomery Ward or Woolworlh, you're wrong. It's J. C. » Penney, lounded in 1S02 V in Wyoming, the company now operates 1,650 stores with a gross iloor urea ol 68 million sq. It. Turnover in 1&69 was more than 3.7 billion dollars, the fifteenth straight year of record sales. CHUCK DIERING Chrysler-Plymouth dinals had spotted Denver a 13-0 halftime lead but stormed back in the second half behind the play of reserve quarterback Tim Van Oalder. The Big Red produced the 17 points in an eight-minute span in the third and fourth quarters as Van Galder threw a 27-yard touchdown pass to Jackie Smith, Donny Anderson scored from two yards out and Jim Bakken added a field goal. As a result, the Cardinals have outscored their first three opponents this season during second half action by a total of 37-7. Coach Bub Hollway, noting that five starters and several key backup players missed the game, praised his defense Lancers eliminated from tourney play DANVILLE — Ace Oxygen of Springfield defeated the Lancers of Alton, 7-2, eliminating the latter from the Illinois State Class B Softball Tournament here Tuesday. Bob Malhorn of the winners gave up five hits as the winner, while Howard Weaver of the losers yielded 11. The Lancers' Dan Weaver had two triples and a single, driving in two runs. Alton area teams scheduled for Thursday's play are Foster burg, facing Bloomington at 7 p.m., and Woody's, going against Black's Sporting goods of Danville. for its work against the Broncos, particularly the secondary where corners Roger Wehrli and George Hoey and safeties Larry Wilson and Dale Hackbart played the entire game. "You can't ask for much more than that, especially on *uch a hot, humid night," Hollway said. "We had makeshift lineups on both offense and defense, but we played together as a unit, which is Junior football players being registered The Alton Recreation Commission is registering junior football players at the Rock Spring Park Center located in Rock Spring Park. Any boy nine through 12 years of age as of Sept. 1, 1972 is eligible for participation. A parent or guardian must accompany the boy for proper registration. League play will be divided into two divisions of Pee Wee and Midgets. Games will be played on Saturday mornings. Registration fees arc $2.00 for residents and $4.00 for non-residents. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 12:00 noon. Registration will close Sept. 12. Anyone interested in coaching a team is urged to contact the Recreation office, 462-9711. what you have to do." Hoey gained his starting role when injuries sidelined corners Miller Farr (ankle and Norm Thompson (knee), while Hackbart was pressed into full-time service when free-safety Larry WilUngham suffered a hip injury. Wilson normally could have moved from his strong safety spot to aid Hackbart but that plan was scrapped after backup strong safety Terry Brown fractured his jaw last week in practice. The injury picture appears somewhat brighter for the meeting with Houston. Farr and Willingham are expected to be ready to play as well as center-guard Tom Banks, who missed the Denver game with a knee. In addition, the Cardinals merged from the Broncos victory without any serious injuries, according to Hollway. The improving Oilers also are coming off a victory, an impressive ZO-3 trimming of the Green Bay Packers, whom the Cardinals meet next week. Previously, the Oilers hat' dropped two narrow-margin defeats, 26-24 to Dallas and 20-17 to Chicago. The game will mark the third meeting between the two teams, with the Cardinals holding a 2-0 series lead. The Big Red blanked Houston 44-0 in St. Louis during the 1970 regular season, and then nudged the Oilers 16-14 at Busch Memorial Stadium last year in a pre-season game. 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