Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 20, 1963 · Page 13
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Green Bay Picked To Beat Detroit By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer The game that the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers have been waiting for since last Thanksgiving Day will be played Sunday at Milwaukee In the top pro footballl game of the weekend. Commissioner Pete Rozelle's schedule calls for the defending National Football League champions to face the Chicago Bears, Detroit and Baltimore on the first three weeks of the season. Already beaten by the Bears, Coach Vince Lombard! needs no pep talk to whip up his Packers for their date with the Lions. Detroit players were free with their comments after their 25-14 shocker over the Packers Thanksgiving Day. Despite the defeat by the Bears, it is the feeling here that Green Bay will respond to the challenge and turn back Detroit in another grind it out effort. Here's the way the weekend schedule looks from here: (All Sunday unless otherwise noted) NATIONAL LEAGUE Green Bay 13, Detroit 7—Lombard! may have a surprise for the Lions in this bitter battle of two top defensive units. The field goal should win again for the Packers just as it did in their first meeting last year. New York 20, Pittsburgh 16— The Steelers always are tough for Overtrick Wins Little Brown Jug By FRITZ HOWELL Associated Press Sports Writer DELAWARE, Ohio (AP)-Overtrick, the sleek bay colt owned by Mrs. Leonard J. Buck of Far Hills, N.J., got a lot of revenge Thursday as he won the Little Brown Jug in straight heats. He did it in fancy style, too. The Solicitor - Overbid offspring raced the first heat far off the rail in 1:57 1-5—the fastest any pacer or trotter has ever gone over a half-mile track in competition. He came right back in 1:57 3-5, making every post a winning one, as he again cracked the old record. In pifMng up $38,245, and running his year's earnings to $125,341, the fleet 3-year-old pacer bettered the world record for a single heat of 1:58 3-5 set in 1960 by Muncy Hanover and tied by Bullet Hanover hi the first two heats of the Jug. His combined time of 3-54 4-5 also erased the best straight heat time of 3:58 2-5 set by Lehigh Hanover a year ago. But the big satisfaction to driver John Patterson Jr. of Dalton, Ga., came in the way Overtrick defeated Country Don, the Canadian star driven by youthful Marcel Dostie, and Meadow Skipper, the pride of reinsman Earle Avery. Those two stalwarts had beaten Overtrick in his last two starts, Country Don at Washington Park and Meadow Skipper in the Cane Futurity at Yonkers. But with the chips down in the prestige-packed Jug, and 39,847 railbirds cheering him on, Overtrick was all trumps. Meadow Skipper and Country Don, each with a 2-3 heat finish, won $10,927 each. Chapel Chief (9-4), Sly Yankee (4-11) and Max Hanover (5-5), picked up $2,731 each of the total purse of $68,294. Drysdale Goes Against Bucs LOS ANGELES (AP) - With words of warning from Manager Walt Alston that they still have to win the National League pennant, the Los Angeles Dodgers buckled down to their final home stand tonight. They send big Don Drysdale against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the first of three games. Drysdale will be looking for his 18th victory and his opponent, Don Cardwell, seeks his 14th. Johnny Podres and Sandy Koufax will be the Dodger pitchers Saturday and Sunday. The series opened on a happy note for Danny Murtaugh, who was reappointed manager of the eighth-place Pirates, whom he has served since 1957. There will be three games next week against the New York Mets and the season closes with three against Philadelphia. Johnny Lujack 2nd in ProAin DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) — Darrell Hickok, 35, LaGrange, 111., professional, teamed with Jim Jamieson, 20, of Moline, 111., for a best-ball score of 64 in the pro- amateur event of the Iowa Open Golf Tournament Thursday. The two Illinois golfers shot four birdies on each nine of the par 72 course. Three teams shared second place at 68. They included Bob Harris, Winnetka, 111., and John Lujack, former Notre Uame football All-America from Davenport; Gene Hanson, Minneapolis, and Ken Roman, Moline. "The * $5,000 54-hole Iowa open started today. Ray Sadecki On Mound For Cardinals CINCINNATI (AP) - Four games behind with seven left. It appears to be only a matter of finishing the season and collecting second-place money for the St. Louis Cardinals, whose pennanl hopes sank with three defeats at the hands of the league-leading Los Angeles Dodgers. The Cardinals begin their final swing tonight in Cincinnati againsl the Reds—the first of a two-game set—before they move to Chicago for a pair. Ray Sadecki (10-8) will meet John Tsitouris (10-8) of the Reds. The two clubs have an open date Saturday before they meet again Sunday when Ernie Broglio will probably hurl. "The series (against the Dodgers) was a real disappointment to me," said Manager Johnny Keane. "Not only because we lost the games but because our players had given so much, fought so hard to get within reach. I felt our ball club had really jelled. "The players gave everything they had but it wasn't enough," Keane said. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MIAMI, Fla. — Jim McClain 147, Jacksonville, and Frank Patterson, 152, Miami, drew, 8. BOISE, Idaho — Zora Folley 205, Chandler, Ariz., knocked out Johnny (Tiger) Collins, 230, Boise, 5. LOS ANGELES-Billy Stephan, 188, Los Angeles, outpointed William Von Homburg, 177, Chicago, 10. the Giants with their solid defense. Lou Michaels' field goals will keep Pittsburgh in the game but the Giants' air arm is too strong. Chicago 21, Minnesota 17—The Bears cannot afford to let down after the Packer game because the Vikings were the terrors of the exhibition season. Baltimore 21, San Francisco 7 —Unless Johnny Unitas was roughed up too much by the Jiants, he should shred the 49ers' Dass defense. Los Angeles 21, Washington 14 (Saturday night)—The vulnerable Redskin pass defense can be had if Swede Svare picks the right quarterback. Cleveland 24, Dallas 21—Jimmy Brown is hot and Frank Ryan^ has won the Quarterback job. The Cowboys looked bad last week against St. Louis. St. Louis 28, Philadelphia 21— Could go either way. Eagles will miss suspended Don Burroughs on pass defense against Charley Johnson. AMERICAN LEAGUE Houston 23, New York 14—The Jets make their home bow and should be improved over their opener two weeks ago. Kansas City 21, Buffalo 17—The Chiefs romped over Denver and have had a week off to get ready for the Bills who have lost two in a row. Oakland 28, Boston 20—Al Davis appears to have come up with a good scoring club that will be too much for the Patriots unless Babe Parilli has a hot day. Denver and San Diego have the week off. 74th Running Of Futurity At Aqueduct By JOHN CHANDLER Associated Press Sports Writer The Futurity, a race that has produced more 2-year-old champions than any other, is down for its 74th running at Aqueduct Saturday and if some juvenile is ready to start wrapping up the 1963 title this is the time to start. The 2-year-old colt division is in a state of confusion. Frorn 12 to 15 youngsters may start in the 6%-furlong race, which will gross about $150,000, and the probable favorite is Joseph M. Robeling's Black Moun tain, unbeaten in four starts. For years the Futurity was decided on the old Belmont Park straight course, with the winner usually marked as the one to beat the following year in the Kentucky Derby and other 3-year-old classics. The more recent winners include Citation, Battlefield, Tom Fool, Native Dancer, Porterhouse Nashua, Bold Ruler, and last year's juvenile champion—Never Bend. Black Mountain won three straight at Saratoga, and on Sept. 10 whipped eight rivals at Aqueduct, including four stakes winners—Duel, Dark King, Delirium and True Flight. Clairborne Farm's Duel, Mrs. Harris B. Martin's Dark King, Townsend B. Martin's Tunne Money, Charles W. Engelhard's Chaleur Bay, Marion R. Frankel's Bupers, John W. Galbreath's Bleacherite, Duval A. Headley's Grand Central and the Harbor View Farm entry of Count Bud and Irvkup are among the possible rivals for Black Mountain. Mary V. Fisher's Golden'Ruler winner of the Arlington-Washington Futurity, is undefeated and leads the 2-year-olds at the mo ment. But Golden Ruler is on the farm in Kentucky, and may star only once more. Raise A Native, also unbeaten in four races, looked the part of a champion, but he was hurt in August and retired from racing. RAY OF HOPE Hank Aaron Tries For Triple Crown By MIKE BATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Hnnimorin' Hank Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves has a solid shot at becoming only the 10th player to wear baseball's triple crown of batting, homers and RBI and the first in the National League in more than a quarter of century. The right-handed hitter, previ- Outdoors with Harold Brand !i WEST COVINA, Calif .—Gene Brito, former all-pro defensive end with the Los Angeles Bams and Washington Redskins, poses with his family at his West Govina, Calif., home Thursday as he told newsmen that doctors say his paralyzing disease has been arrested. Brito was stricken two years ago with a form of sclerosis, and at one time was in a respirator and believed near death. With him are his wife, June, and daughters, Sharon (left), 2, and Michelle, 5. (AP Wirephoto) Badgers Host Western Michigan By THE ASSOCIATED PftESS Two hot Big Ten football title choices, Northwestern and Wisconsin,' get a week's head start on the rest of the conference in opening the 1963 season Saturday. Northwestern travels to Missouri for what 'should be its toughest opener in years. Wisconsin is lost to Western Michigan and the Badgers should be able to test their entire squad. Missouri, although weakened by graduation from a 1962 team that ximmed Georgia Tech 14-10 in the Bluebonnet Bowl, promises to give aerial-minded Northwestern a rough time. The Wildcats are favored by a touchdown or so. "I look for a rugged, rock 'em, sock 'em type of game," says Northwestern Coach Ara Parseghian. "They are supposed to have a young team, but they can start eight seniors if they want." The Big Ten will be operating at full blast next week with Indiana opening the title chase at Northwestern, California at Illinois, Washington State at Iowa, Southern Methodist at Michigan, Ni.Tth Carolina at Michigan State. Nebraska at Minnesota, Texas A&M at Ohio State. Wiscons.n at Notre Dame and Purdue at Miami, fla. at night. Gary Lane at QB For Missouri U. COLUMBIA, MO., — Remembering Purdue, 01* Mizzou partisans had' reason to "fear Northwestern" this week, as the Tigers braced for their 1963 football inaugural against the Wildcats here Saturday — the first M. U. opener with a Big Ten team in nine years. Attracted by Northwestern's much-touted team — labeled the Big Ten's best — and the passing wizardry of Tom Myers, a near- capacity throng of 46,000 or 47,000 is expected to fill Memorial Stadium. Kickoff is 1:30 p.m. CST. Myers' invasion raises the specter of another crack passer from -the Big Teh who wrecked Mizzou's debut back in 1954. Len Dawson of Purdue stung the Tigers with four touchdown tosses in a 31-0 Boilermaker victory. More recently, Missouri has been diligent on pass defense, ranking fourth-best in the)nation last year. However, four of the five M.U. secondary defenders are gone now, and the only holdover — halfback Vince Turner — is limping on a bad ankle and not expected to play Saturday. So, Mr. Myers — abetted by a gang of good receivers — figure: to be a worrisome problem for Practice briefs: Northwestern — Seven sopho- UCLA Battles Pitt By JIM BECKER Associated Press Sports Writer The grand old custom of opening with a breather has long since been discarded, with the result that a number of college football teams may have their seasons wrecked this weekend before autumn even dawns officially. The first full week of the season has some tough scraps scheduled, three of them tonight. Then on Saturday, nine of the 11 teams in The AP's pre-season big ten—there was a tie for the last spot—get under way. There will be some shattered dreams by midnight. And fall doesn't even start officially until Monday. UCLA and Pitt ar«J on the slate tonight, with Pitt favored and UCLA upset-minded. The Orange Bowl will have another tougn night game, Miami and Florida State. Miami has George Mira and seme fancy sophomores, State ha* its own pro- type passer in Steve Tensi. State TRAPSHOOT IDvery Friday Evening Sunday Afternoon PUBLIC INVITED Standard Torch Club Fosterburg Road Coach Bill Peterson predicts victory. Tulane, winless last year, and No. 5 Texas, unbeaten in regular play, meet in the other major clash tonight. On Saturday, No. 1 Southern California opens defense of its national crown against Colorado and No. 2 Mississippi should romp against Memphis State in a night game. From there on it gets tougher. No. 3 Alabama meets Georgia. No. 4 Oklahoma gets Clemson, no soft touch. No. 6 Northwestern meets Missouri. Northwestern, with Tom Myers throwing, is a touchdown favorite. No. 7 Wisconsin, the Big Ten champion, meets Western Michi pan, and No. 8 Arkansas gets Oklahoma State, at night. Navy, No. 9 and blessed with a schedule that would make the Washington, tied with Ohio State 'or the No. 10 spot, gets a test from Air Force, in the national television game. Ohio State is idle. Green meets ginia. Bay Packers shudder, upset-minded West Vir- TRI-CITY SPEEDWAY Granite City, III. Stock Car Races IVIRY SAT. NIGHT mores are on the 38-man traveling squad. The only rookie starter is middle linebacker Jim Haugsness, Wilmette, 111. Wisconsin — Kicking specialist Don Hendrickson is sidelined with a calcium deposit in his right thigh. Purdue—Two sophomores were shuffled into potential starting jobs—Bob Hadrick at left end and John Kuzniewski at right half. Iowa—Coach Jerry Burns says he has noticed improvement in the passing of quarterback Fred Riddle and that Bobby Grier's running potential remains good in his shift to fullback from halfback. Minnesota—Second team guards Larry Hartse and Chuck Killian remain on the injury list with bad knees. Illinois — Tailback replacements Dick Kee, Wayne Paulson and Mike Dundy are nursing various ailments. Junior Art McCas- Wll of Centralia, 111., was shifted from wingback to tailback to offset the temporary losses. Michigan State—Roger Hailey's passes to end Tom Krzemienski gave the Spartans' defensive unit trouble in rehearsals against North Carolina aerial plays. Michigan—The Blues, manned by first and second team players, edged the reserve Whites 14-10 with two second quarter touchdown.?. GOLFING NOTES FALL TOURNAMENT The Lockhaven Ladies of Lockhaven Country Club will hold their annual Women's Fall Handicap Tournament next week, beginning Tuesday. The pairings in the 18-hole top bracket are: B. Mulford vs. M. Spillman, M. Smith bye, N. Hutchinson vs. I. Jourdain, A. Hudson bye, G. Stern vs. V. Wedig, E. Sharkey bye, D. Wickenhauser vs. D. Walters, and J. Koch bye. In the 18-hole bottom bracket the pairings are: J. Bassford vs. H. Walters, R. Lomax bye, P. O'Neill vs. I Wickenhauser, H. Mulqueeny bye, J. White vs. J. Campbell, M. Black bye, N. Elliott vs. C. Zimmerman, and P. Kinney bye. In the 9-hole bracket the pairings are: M. Heitz vs. C. Reilley L. Ward vs. N. Barnerd, L. Wieb- mer vs. M. DeCicco, S. Karr vs. O. Bottom, B. Springman vs. D Mundell, J. Dickson vs. E. Kovic, A. Beach vs. T. Sundin, A. Worcester vs. R. Lawrence. Coach Dan Devine's sixth Bengal earn. The poised junior from Troy, 0., completed 60 percent of his shots last year for 1537 r ards and 13 touchdowns — anc was saluted by the Football Vriters with a place on their all-American squad. Both Missouri and Northwestern have winning momentum going 'or them Saturday; however Coach Ara Parseghian retains 2' .ettermeri off his 7-2 club, while :he Tigers lost eight regulars of and 8-12 Bluebonnet bowl champ ionship outfit. Mizzou, of course, must regenerate an offense without Johnny Roland, the flashy halfbabk who he lost this year for disciplinary reasons. Absence of M.U.'s top rusher and Big Eight's leading scorer reduces the Tigers' halfback running threat considerably — a shortcoming compounded by Turner's Injury. Of Devine's top six halfbacks : suit for Saturday's opener, on! one is a letterman. That's Pai Underbill, and the quickgaintec senior from South Lyon, Mid won his "M" twice as a fullback He's one of three returning start ers — along with tackle Dave Gi and end John Sevcik. The Big Eight entry agai should mount two solid lines — small cause for optimism thi weekend when Northwestern wi average 226 pounds from tackl to tackle. Leader of the Wildca line is Jack Cvercko, a 230-poun all- American guard. Quarterbacking the Mizzou- attack will be Gary Lane, a clever 191-pound sophomore of high promise. The versatile East Alton, 111. rookie is backed up by Mike Jones, a junior squadman from Kennett. Underbill, No. 2 rusher in '6 with a 4.2-yard average, will b right halfback — playing opposit a greenhorn, Jim Valentik or Te Saussele. Gus Otto, a 218-pounc junior, will be at fullback. Valen tik is a sopohomore, while Saus sele played one year at Miami U in Florida prior to his army serv ice. While working out new frills ir two closed scrimmage sessions Devine still insisted that Missour could not afford to ignore North western's strong ground game. Distress Signal Effective Quick response to a distress signal from a flashlight helped prevent five couples from spending Wednesday night aboard the disabled houseboat Pamela owned and skippered by Earl and Nell Wightman, 4034 Alby St. The houseboat was anchored cross Alton Lake opposite Norlan's Landing where the couples njoyed a steak fry. About 9:30 m. when Wightman attempted 3 start the engine he found that e had a dead battery. A flash- ght was used to blink out the ode • of three short, three long nd three short flashes towards ic Alton shore. Bob Emery and Ted Norman t Norban's Landing saw the sig- al and called Charles Norman, perator of several towboats. Charles, his son, Charles Norman r., and friends, Bob Greeting, nd Walter Trosh ran a tow- oat to the houseboat and towed t back to the Landing. A boost- r cable was put on the battery .nd the Wightmans and party vere soon underway. The grateful couples included he Earl Hairs 1 , the Bob Hender- ons, the Ephralm Greens, and he Leroy Arnolds. Charles Norman responded to their thanks iy saying: "I hope you make sure if I am out and stranded that you come after me." -Last Laugh Last week Mrs. Gerald De- LIBERAL ALLOWANCES Given on Trade-In Boats and Motors. New 1964 Mercurys Are Here! HAROLD'S PLACE 131 E. Ferguson, Wood River Channel catfish were one per cent of the total numbers killed and were 4.7 per cent by weight. Duck Blind Completion All duck blinds in Pools 22, 24, 25 and 26 must be completed in framing by Sept. 23, Harper reminded waterfowl hunters. The blinds must be brushed completely by Oct. 16. Bl-Weekly Trapshoots The Standard Torch Club on Fosterburg Road is sponsoring trapshoots every Friday evening and Sunday afternoons beginning tonight, announced Wilbur Longwisch, Wood River, chairman of the trapshoot. The public is invited. Hunters will have an opportunity to sharpen their aim for the coming season. West Virginia Invites Hunters West Virginia has joined the many states inviting non-resident hunters to seek game there. The state offers a wide varitey of gam from ruffled grouse to whitetail deer. A full-color hunting map is offered free by writing to Gordon L. Palmer, Public Relations Officers, Dept. of Natural Resources, Charleston, West Virginia. A non-resident license is $20. Destroying Birds ously overshadowed by the pennant struggle, now has the and spotlight to himself Ifl bid to grab the coveted and elusive major league honor. While Aaron, 29, continues Ws bid at Chicago today, the Los Angeles Dodgers open a nine-game home stand against Pittsburgh, hoping to wrap up the pennant raco quickly after sweeping the vita' three-game series with second-place St. Louis. ..„., The Cardinals, four games b£ hind with only seven to play, will be trying to keep their hopes alive at Cincinnati. Any combination of five Los Angeles victories and-or St. Louis defeats will give the Dodgers their first pennant since 1P59. Aaron, trying to become the fiist triple crown winner in the National League since Joe Medwick of St. Louis in 1937, leads the league with 42 homers and 127 runs batted in, but must come out on top in a six-man struggle for the batting title. Aaron, of course, has always figured he has the advantage. As he explains it: "The pitcher has only got a ball. I've got a bat. So the percentage in the weapons is in favor of me." The schedule isn't. Aaron, currently hitting .319, has just eight games remaining. Dick Groat of St. Louis is leading with a .323 mark, Roberto Clemente of Pittsburgh, San Francisco's Orlando Cepeda and Tommy Davis of LOS Angeles are tied at .321 and Ciri- cinnati's Vada Pinson is at .319. Davis is the defending champion off a .346 average in 1962. Clemente won with .351 in 1961 and Groat won with .325 in 1960. Aaron, who has won all three titles making up the triple crown at different times during his 10-year career, hit a league-leading .355 Gerlia ribbed this writer because of his poor catch of fish on a separate occasion compared to ler "and her companions, Mrs Raymond Sturgeon, Edgewood Avenue, and Mrs. David Pence of Mozier, who camped out on a sandbar and caught dozens of fish. "It doesn't pay to rib someone or to brag," Mrs. DeGerlia told us. "Last weekend we camped out again and caught only three small fish of which only one was large enough to consider keeping." Good Fishing Waters Here is another report that shows the excellent fishing that is available in smaller ponds and lakes. One evening recently, the Rev. William Slpes, Grafton , and Bill Otey, Robinson, HI., fished in a two-acre pond owned by Bruce Hanold in Godfrey. The men caught 36 fish including crappie averaging from half to three quarters of pound, a small bass, and sobe fair- sized bluegill. Beaver Dam Lake Fish Kill This column recently reported that the Illinois Conservation Department placed rotenone in Beaver Dam Lake on Sept. 5, ;o destroy and over-abundance of shad fish. Dave Harper, Jerseyville u district game biologist for the department, gave us the 'ollowing breakdown of the fish destroyed: The lake was overun with shad and 97.5 per cent of the total number of fish destroyed were that species. By weight the shad comprised 87.2 per cent of the fish killed. The chemical also killed 1.2 per cent of bass in total num- oers and eight per cent by weight. Bluegill numbered 2.2 per cent of the fish destroyed or .3 per cent of the weight. CRMPUS CLOTHES IN THE YOUNG MAN'S MOOD! 2620 College Avenue See You After the Came! g STOP IN FOR A DELICIOUS HAMBURGER.... only 15c Hot Dogs 20c Chili 25e French Fries 12c Fish Sandwich*! ... 35c Cheeseburgers .... 20c Hor Dog w/Chill .. 25c Grilled Cheese .... 20c Cele Slaw 20c * t wooers Self Service DRIVE-IN 2708 GODFREY ROAD Open Dally 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to Midnight SATURDAY & SUNDAY-SEPT. 21 and 22 ****••••••*•»•*••• SATURDAY Sept 21 Regular Championship Racing! 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