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PAGE THIRTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1963 Marquette and Alton Resume Rivalry Birds Shoot For Ninth Straight Win By DON PLAKSKI Telegraph Sports Editor Alton High School, which has never lost to Marquette in foot- brill, will try to keep that record intnrt Friday night when the two teams renew their city rivalry at Public School Stadium starting at 8:30. Since the inception of the series in 1955, the Redbirds have repelled the Explorers eight straight times, the most recent conquest a 33-7 trouncing last year. The game usually draws the biggest crowd of the sea- Bon and Friday night should prove no exception. Upwards of 6,000 fans will crowd Into the West Junior High School Stadium. Only three coaches have been involved in the battle for city supremacy. Ron Holtman was in his first season of coaching the Explorers when the series started in '55. Alton's first four triumphs over the Explorers came under the coaching guidance of Elgie Posey. The last four have been directed by Ralph McClain, beginning his fifth season at Alton as head coach. Marquette came closest to beating Alton the first year the two teams met. The final score was Alton 7, Marquette 6. After a 19-0 decision in 1956, Alton was forced to go all out in 1957 when Marquette bowed by a narrow 13-7 count. Since then, Alton has been an easy winner. Marquette started the current season by losing to Jerseyville, 19-0. Holtman, not entirely dissatisfied with the performance of his team in the opener, plans some changes for the Alton contest Most of the changes will be hi the backfield. The tentative starting lineup for the Explorers, according to Holtman, will line up on offense in this order: LE Tom Guinee. LT Gordon Beeler or Jim Long. LG Ben Todaro. C Mike MihaJich. RG John Haine. RT Mark Elliott. RE Bill Ash. QB Tom Tueth or Gary Nasello. -Dave Chappee or Terry DODGER HEROES ST. LOUIS— Relief pitcher Ron Perranoski, left, and Dick Nen are pictured in the Los Angeles Dodgers dressing room last night after the Dodgers took the third game of a three game series, 6-5, in 13 innings. Perranoski was the relief pitcher, who came in when the Dodgers were down 5-1. He kept the St. Louis Cardinals at bay. Nen, making his first major league hit, tied the score at 5-5 with a 9th inning home run. (AP Wirephoto) Rookie's First Hit Is Clutch Home Run Both the Oilers of Wood River and the Shells of Roxana will be at full strength for the 16th meeting between the two football powers on the Wood River gridiron Friday night. Wood River will be going with the same line that performed so well against a heavier Civic Memorial team last week when the Oilers took a 26-0 decision. Junior Mike Coulson will be at left end while senior captain Bill Shortal mans the other end post. Terry Arnold Is slated for left tackle while 205-pound junior Larry Kirk- patrlck is the other Oiler tackle. Center Gary Wintjen, a 185- pound senior, and guards Jewell Hand and Gary Griffith complete the Wood River line. Joe Huff, a 189-pound senior, heads a strong Oiler backfield. The Elks club selection for back of the week last Friday night, the fullback letterrrian carried 15 :imes for 92 yards and scored two touchdowns. Pete McFarlane or Dave Baker or Don LH- Peek. RH- Coles. FB Randy Morrison. Beeler suffered a broken finger in the 'Jerseyville game and may not be up to snuff for the game. .McFarlane has an injured ankle, Long has a pulled leg muscle and Tueth suffered a bruised shoulder in Monday's practice. "We made too many mistakes against Jerseyville," said Holtman in reviewing his team's debut. "I'm not real discouraged. We had looked good in practice sessions, but we broke down too many times on offense. "I expected us to look a bit ragged In the opener, but was very displeased with the interior line play on defense, but Coles did a good job as a linebacker. "I don't know about our ends. They weren't tested too much. They ran our tackles mostly. On offense we fooled Jerseyville with our pass patterns, but couldn't connect. But, we'll come along as the season progresses." Alton will probably be without the services of Paul Caldwell, who started at left end for the Redbirds in their 14-13 opening game win over Quincy last Friday night. Caldwell suffered a knee in- Jury during the game and it has not responded well enough to permit him a starting shot. If he does play, according to McClain, it will be only on a limited basis. Alton's tentative starting lineup will be as follows: LE Tom Sims. LT Dave Walls. LG George Maher. C Vic Schwartz. RG Pat Purcell. RT Ken Best. RE Dirk Ehlert. QB Brent Gwillim. LH Andrew Johnson. RH Otis Hall. FB Leroy Johnson. McClain expects a tough game from Marquette. "They always give us a rough time," he said. "They always get up for the game and are ready for us." The veteran coach wasn't too disappointed with the narrow win over Quincy. "Quincy hub u good ball club," he slated. "I wiiKU't too happy with our defense. Our tackling and blocking wasn't sharp. We worked on defense Wi-diifsday afttir drilling on offense Monday and Tuesday and Inserting some new plays. "1 heard some complaints about Gwillim's quarterbaeking, but this was his first varsity game and I was satisfied with him. Protection lor him wasn't real great. He completed only one pass, but he only threw three." By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Dick Nen was in Oklahoma City Tuesday night, in St. Louis Wednesday night and in seventh heaven today. Nen was the unknown commodity who turned into a valuable piece of merchandise with one swing of his bat as the National League - leading Los Angeles Dodgers crushed St. Louis' pennant hopes by edging the second- place Cardinals 6-5 in 13 innings. A left-handed swinger, Nen, 23, was' in Oklahoma City Tuesday playing for Spokane in the Pacific Coast League playoffs. With that ended, he was called up to the Dodgers and joined the club n St. Louis just before the finale Wednesday night of the three- game series between the contenders. When the Dodgers got involved in a late-inning shuffle, Nen wound up playing first base. He came up in the ninth inning with the Dodgers trailing 5-4 and immediately collected his first major league hit—a home run that tied the score. The Dodgers went, on to win in the 13th with the help of a two- base throwing error by Julian Javier as relief ace Ron Perranoski got credit for the victory that dropped the Cardinals four games behind and virtually out of the running. "Nervous?" Nen exclaimed in answer to a question as reporters gathered around in the Dodgers dressing room. "I was scared stiff. I had no idea I'd be called upon." Nen, who has averaged only one homer every 17 games in the PCL said he hit a fast ball, low and inside. "I knew I hit it good, but I had no idea it was a home run until I saw the umpire give the home run sign. "It was a strange feeling." the loss left the Cardinals with the almost impossible task of making up five games in the loss column with only seven games remaining. The Dodgers, meanwhile will return home to close out the season with a nine-game stand. In other NL action Wednesday, Philadelphia belted the New York Mets 5-1 in the last baseball game to be played at the Polo Grounds, Milwaukee defeated San Francisco 6-4, the Chicago Cubs edged Pittsburgh 2-1 and Houston walloped Cincinnati 8-4. The American League champion New York Yankees and Cleveland were not scheduled. The Cardinals built a 5-1 lead on a two-run homer by Charley James in the second inning off Pete Richert and a three-run third inning capped by Curt Flood's two-run double. Cardinal starter Bob Gibson took the lead and a four-hitter into the eighth. A two-run single by Tommy Davis and a sacrifice fly by Willie Davis brought the Dodgers to within one run, then Nen tied it in the ninth. Perroski, 16-3, took over in the eighth and checked the Cardinals on three hits until the Dodgers finally broke through against Lew Burdette, 9-12, in the 13th on a single by Willie Davis, the throwing error by Javier, who stumbled as he fielded Dick Tra- cewski's grounder, and a grounder by Wills on which the speedy Davis sped home. Speed, Pitching Dodger Trademark ST. LOUIS (AP)—The Los Angeles Dodgers did it the way they've done it all year — with speed and pitching. "They win them their way and we win them out way," said Willie Davis, whose fleet feet set up the winning run in the 13th inning of Wednesday night's decisive 6-5 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. The Dodger centerfielder opened the final inning with his seventh hit of the three-game showdown series between the only two clubs still battling for the National League pennant. Then, after peerless reliever Ron Perranoski struck out trying to bunt, Dick Tracewski hit a shot to second baseman Julian Javier. Javier whirled to throw to second, but stumbled and that was all Davis needed. He had been running with the pitch. "There was no play then," Davis said, "1 was gonna be in there." And Javier, rushed after his stumble, tried to get Tracewski at first, threw wild and Davis took third. When Maury Wills grounded to Javier, there was no play at home on the streaking Davis. "It's speed," said Davis, who stole three of the Dodgers' seven thefts in the series. "That shakes them up. It shakes up any club." "I think I still could have gotten the double play," said a downcast Javier, "but after the stumble, I had no play at second and had to rush the play at first." While the Dodgers' speed got them the necessary run, Perm- noski kept the Cardinals from get- ling any with another "routine" perfect relief job. The southpaw bullpen artist hurled six shoutout innings, but needed an amazing display of clutch pitching In the 10th after Dick Groat led off with a triple. "Ordinarily, we'd walk the next two men," said Dodger Manager Walter Alston, who ran onto the field to discuss the situation with Perranoski. "But Ron told me he'd like to pitch to Kolb (Gary Kolb, who ran for Stan Musial in the seventh). 'I think I can strike him out,' he told me." And that's just what Perranoski did. Then after walking Ken Boyer and Bill White, the Cardinals' top RBI men, Perranoski got Curt Flood to hit into a force out at the plate and Mike Shannon to ground out. "That was the turning point," Cardinal Manager Johnny Keane said quietly. "A man on third with none out and we didn't get him in." "He was great, just great, said Alston of Perranoski. "That's the way he's been all year. He's just the gol-darndest relief pitcher I ever saw." Texans Wrap Up Pin Title BOISE, Idaho (AP)—A team of Texans, Jack Biondolillo and Don Ellis from Houston, won the championship of the 21st annual Bowling Proprietors of America doubles tournament Wednesday night. The new champions came from fourth place at the end of the afternoon session to win by a margin of one point and 35 pins in the final matches of the evening round. They trailed Andy Rogoznica and Jim St. John, Chicago, by nearly three points when the final two mutches opened. They moved into third place during the first Bet and then dropped back to second in the first game ol the position round. Wood River Hosts Roxana; Jerseyville Entertains CM By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (375 at bats) — Groat, St. Louis, .323; Clemente, Pittsburgh, Cepeda, San Francisco and T. Davis, Los Angeles, .321. Runs — H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 114; Flood, St. Louis, 109. Runs batted in—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 127; White, St. Louis, 109. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 199; Flood, White and Groat, St. Louis, 195. 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, 38. Stolen bases—Wills, Los Angeles, 36; H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 28. Pitching (15 decisions)—Perra- noski, Los Angeles, 16-3, .842; Koufax, Los Angeles, 24-5, .828. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 288; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 242. American League Batting (375 at bats) — Yastr- zemski, Boston, .322; Pearson, Los Angeles, .311. Runs — Allison, Minnesota, 94; Pearson, Los Angeles, 97. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, 112, Kaline, Detroit, 96. Hits—Yastrzemski, Boston, 177; Ward, Chicago, 175. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 38; Ward, Chicago, 34. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, 13; Hinton, Washington, 12. Home runs—Stuart, Boston, 41; Killebrew, Minnesota, 40. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Bald- more, 38; Hinton, Washington, 25. Pitching (15 decisions) — Bouton, New York, 20-6, .769; Ford, New York,.23-7, .767. S' ikeouts — Peters, Chicago, 185; Pascual, Minnesota, 184. Tigers Will Play at Home EDWARDSVILLE — The Tigers of Edwardsville will be hosting the Crusaders of Belleville Cathedral Friday night on their own football field and not the Roxana gridiron. School construction has not yet begun on the field adjacent to Edwardsville High and, if it does begin before the 'football season draws to a close, the workers will break ground on sections not on the playing area. Edwardsville has three home games in addition to Friday night. The Tigers host East St. Louis, Oct. 10, Granite City, Oct. 25, and Belleville, Nov. 1. Britain Hot In Wannups DAL'MAHOY. Scotland (API- Britain warmed up for the Ryder Cup golf struggle with the United States at Atlanta next month by trimming an American squad ol leading pros Wednesday, in the Junior Ryder Cup match, six up. The match was decided on aggregate holes won. after three two-ball Scotch foresomes and seven individual contests. Britain went into the final match one down, but Neil Coles whipped Davu Rugan of Orlando, Fla., seven up, for the victory. The British won five singles matches. All the players, including the Americans, are entered in a 72- holel $25,000 tournament starting on the same course today, MORE MORE Lee Davis, a 175-pound senior, calls the signals while Bob Fisher at right halfback and either 160-pound junior Mike Grimsley or 145-pound senior Ed Cheatham will complete the backfield. Roxana was edged by Southwestern, 7-6, a week ago and starts nearly the same team as last week. Juniors Larry Bryan and Paul Crnusp are at the tackles, senior Bill Keller and junior Paul Kindle at the guards and senior Skip Burgess at center. Tom Johnson, a 155-pound senior, will open at left end and Mo Tschannen plans to platoon junior Keith Coleman and senior Larry Joiner at right end, Coleman playing offense, Joiner defense. Ala/or league! STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles .. 4 59 St. Louis m 64 San Francisco . 83 70 Philadelphia . 81 72 Milwaukee ... 81 73 Cincinnati .... 81 74 Chicago 77 77 Pittsburgh .614 .587 4 11 13 72 81 Houston 59 94 .529 .526 .523 .500 .471 22 .386 35 .320 45 13 M. 34 17Vis New York .... 49 104 Wednesday's Results Philadelphia 5, New York 1 Milwaukee 6, San Francisco 4 Los Angeles 6, St. Louis 5 (13 innings) Houston 8, Cincinnati 4 Chicago 2, Pittsburgh 1 Today's Games No games scheduled Friday's Games Milwaukee at Chicago St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) Philadelphia at Houston (N) Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N) New York at San Francisco (N) American League x New York . 100 53 .654 Chicago 88 65 .575 Minnesota 87 67 Baltimore 81 72 Detroit 74 78 Cleveland .565 .529 .487 .474 12 13'i 19 Boston Kansas City Los Angeles Washington .471 .454 .442 ;7 25' 2 27V 2 28 30'/2 32'2 349 46 ^ 73 81 73 82 69 83 68 86 53 99 x—Clinched pennant Wednesday's Results Chicago 8-4, Boston 3-3. Minnesota 10, Detroit 0 Kansas City 5, Washington 4 Baltimore 3-7, Los Angeles 1-5 Only games scheduled. Today's Games Detroit at Minnesota Baltimore at Los Angeles Friday's Games Chicago at Detroit Los Angeles at Cleveland (N) Washington at Baltimore (N) Kansas City at New York (2 twi -night) Minnesota at Boston (N) Jubilant Dodgers Laugh It Up in Dressing Room By JOE KEICHLEK Associated Press Sports Writer ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP)—The. triumphant Dodgers today had finally laid to rest the chokeup fcharge that has followed them since they lost the 1962 National League pennant to San Francisco. Walter Alslton's vindication-bent Los Angeles club all but buried valiant St. Louis' pennant hopes in Busch Stadium Wednesday night with a come-from-behind 6-5 victory in 13 innings that left 25,975 Redbird rooters stunned and speechless. The dramatic victory gave the Dodgers a sweep of the three- game series here and widened their first place lead over the Cards to four games. Two Cities Want Braves Next Season By DAVE O'HAKA Associated Press Sports Writer MILWAUKEE (AP)-The Milwaukee Braves' "miracle" is faced with a "bust" ending and community leaders are feeling the pinch of a shoe on the wrong foot. Eleven years ago, Milwaukee lured the Braves from Boston by presenting owner Lou Perini an ultimatum: Move or we'll get another club. Now Milwaukee is threatened with loss of its major league baseball franchise. A syndicate of young businessmen, headed by Bill Bartholomay, purchased the Braves from Perini for $5.5 million last fall. Although financially independent as individuals, the new owners borrowed most of the purchase money. Now financial pressure has been applied on Bartholomay and his partners. As Milwaukee attendance dwindles, they are faced with a tremendous decision. Other cities, especially Atlanta and San Diego, are making fabulous offers to get the Braves. The Braves were welcomed with open arms when they came to Milwaukee. Players and club officials were showered with gifts and hailed by baseball fans hungry for major league status. The Braves drew 1,826,937 fans iu their first season at County Stadium. They attracted more than two million in each of the next four years, hitting 2,215,004 while winning the National League pennant in 1957. Milwaukee repeated as league champion in 1958, but attendance slipped to 1,971,101. Home turnouts have fallen off ever since. Last year only 766,927 puid admissions were recorded and, with only five home dates left this season, the count is 30,000 behind that low total. Bartholomay says he can't "imagine" the Braves playing outside Milwaukee. John McHale, club president and general manager as well as an owner, says only that any decision must be made by the board of directors. The team that had to listen to such cruel taunts as "choke up artists" and "quitters" heard nothing but praise as they left this city for Los Angeles where they need win only five of their nine remaining games to earn the right to meet the New York Yankees in the World Series. It was a wildly joyous and defiant group of Dodgers who whooped it up in the visitors' clubhouse Wednesday night. They cheered Ron Perranoski, whose brilliant pitching through six run- less relief innings kept the Dodgers in the game. They hailed a newcomer, Dick Nen, who hit a game-tying ninth- inning home run in his first major league game. They lauded Tommy Davis, who got the key hit, a two-run single, in a three-run eighth inning that closed the Cardinal gap to 5-4. They hugged Willie Davis who ignited the winning rally in the 13th with a single and embraced Maury Wills who drove Willie home with the winning run. "There isn't a guttier team in baseball," shouted Don Drysdale, the team's ace right-hander who earlier had vowed to make the choke-up critics eat their words. "All this choke-up talk just made us that much more determined to win it," snapped Wally Moon. Sharing the center of the stage with Perranoski in the Dodger clubhouse was Nen, 23, a left- handed hitting first baseman from Wilmington, Calif., who only two years ago was playing at Reno, Nev. "I was scared stiff when Mr. Alston told me to go in as a pinch hitter," the tall, dark-haired youngster admitted. "I had no idea I'd play. I just figured I'd sit around." Richard Hamilton, a 150-pound senior, is the Roxana quarterback and he has 185-pound senior Tom Durham and 150-pound Harold Curry for yardage from halfback spots. Either junior Dennis Green or junior Dan Mo.xey are slated for the fullback position. In the 15 meetings between the two neighbors In n series that dates back to 1947 and omits 1948, Wood River has won six, Koxana four, and five contests ended in ties. Roxana won for the last time in 1959 when it blanked the Oil- ers, 14-0. Since then Wood River has had the upper hand winning 19-0 in 1960. 40-0 in 1961 and 12-7 a year ago Another local game on tap Friday night finds the Eagles of Civic Memorial trying to bounce back from the 26-0 loss to the Oilers at the expense of the Panthers of Jerseyville. Jerseyville defeated Marquette last Friday. 19-0. All seven Illinois Valley Conference schools have non-conference foes scheduled for Friday. Southwestern (1-0) hosts Virdi-n, Calhoun (1-0) «nter- tains Wentzvllle, Mo., Carrollton (0-1),visits Pawnee, Greenfield (0-1), hosts Northwestern of Palmyra, North Greene (1-0) entertains Triopla, Winchester (1-0) is at Pittsfleld, and Pleasant Hill (1-0) hosts Louisiana, Mo. Other games find Madison (04) TELEGRAPH PICKS TELEGRAPH PICKS got off to a tort start l a " 7-6 win over Roxana, East St. BESS Virden and Calhoun-Wentzville, Mo., games shaping up as the tougher ones. The second week's selections. 21 Marquette The second Alton Wood River .......... 20 Pn 1.3 Virden 6 Roxana • " 6 12 0 6 Madison 7 Pawnee 12 Cathedral 13 Assumption 7 Collinsville 1 Greenfield 20 Northwestern 12 North Greene 35 Trlopla ••••••• J Pleasant Hill 27 Louis ana (Mo.) 14 Winchester 14 PHtsfield 13 Nashville 20 Dupo 7 Cahokia 28 WMA 0 Highland 21_Vandalia 14 Granite City ** Carrollton l«f Edwardsville If Belleville 21 State Preps Begin Conference Action SPRINGFIELD. 111. <AP» — hosl to Herrin in conference play. Evanston and Hinsdale. long Centralia, which opened its high school football now- schedule last week by clouting ers. open their title drives this weekend as some of the state's major conferences swing into action. Favored heavily in the Suburban League. Evanston plays at Oak Park Saturday in the top game on the conference program. Hinsdale is matched against La Grange in a West Suburban League encounter. at Granite City (1-0), Belleville; The Suburban League, always Cathedral (1-0) at Edwardsville j regarded as one of Illinois' tough- (10i, Assumption iflli at Belle | es t p,- e p football circuits, was ville (1-0), Collinsville (1-0) atjj arrK j i asl WPC k w h en jt s teams Quincy (0-1), Nashville at DupOj d ,. O p ped seven O f the eight non(0-1), and Lincoln of East St. ! conference games. ' Louis Louis (0-0-1) battling East St. (0-0-1) on Parsons Field. GRID MENU FRIDAY Marquette at Alton (8:30) Roxana at Wood River Clv'c Memorial at Jerseyville Virden at Southwestern Lincoln (ESL) a' East St. Louis Wentzvllle, Mo. at Calhoun Madison at Granite City Belleville Cathedral vs. Edwardsville at Roxana Assumption at Belleville Collinsville at Quincy Northwestern at Greenfield Trlopia at North Greene Louisiana, Mo. at Plesant Hill Winches*er at Pittsfleld Nashville at Dupo SATURDAY Cahokia at WMA (2:00) Highland at Vandalla College SIU at Evansvllle College Earlham College at Prlnclpla College (Elsah'> SUNDAY Pro St. Louis at Philadelphia Chicago at Minnesota Evansion was the only svinner with a 40-0 conquest of Maine East. Other Suburban League tilts Saturday show Waukegan at Niles East, Highland Park at Morton East and Proviso East at New Trier. Hinsdale. 27-20 winner over New Trier last week, is going after its 31st consecutive triumph in the La Grange contest. Last defeated in 1959, Hinsdale has posted an 8-0 record the last two seasons and has bright prospects of duplicating the mark this year. Two more conferences launching championship races are the South Seven and the Southwest Egyptian. Marion, cofavorite with Centralia in the South Seven, tackles Harrisburg, and Mount Vemon is Salem of the North Egypt League, 21-0. lays off South Seven competition for another week and meets Mattoon of the Big 12. In the Southwest Egyptian, favored Carbondale takes on an outside opponent in Metropolis, while the conference card features Murphysboro against Pinckneyville. Joliet and Ottawa, two potent clubs owning lengthy victory strings, are favored to keep them alive in Friday assignments. Joliet. with 19 in a row, is tested by Aurora West; Ottawaa, listing 26 straight is opposed by Mon- dota. An intersectional game sends Freeport of the Big Eight against Peoria Manual, perennial kingpin of the Mid-State Eight. 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