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B-2 Allon Evening Telegraph Tuesday. Auqusi 2P, 1972 Get it on. get it on The rock band wasn't there but it might as well have been Monday (liming Uie first inning of (lie St. Louis Cardinals- San Francisco Giants game. Seemingly involved in tho boogaloo are (1 <to r) Giants Tito Fnentes and Dave Kinginan, Cardinals Luis Melemloy, and third base limp "Satch" Davidson. Mclendez was out as he tried to stretch an outfield hit into a triple. Two Cardinals scored. (AP Wirephoto) Durham 3-hits Giants ST. I.Ol.'IS (AP) - The Sun Francisco Giants scored twice withnui n nil. )ni! the nce.T'Kiti was the biggest in baseball for slim S'. i ouis Ordinals rookie Dan Durham Monday nieht. Durham, 23 and two years out of college, yielded only three singles in pitching the Cards io a 4-2 victory. Authoring his first complete game, the former VA'storn Kentucky star fanned eight to tie his high in s?ven starts and walked three in boosting his record to 2-G. "I'd say this had to be more satisfying than the first on>V said Durham, who stopped the Giants 3-1 in San Francisco with relief help Aug 18. "I was able to spot the bill better, and I was stronger In the first inning I was nervous. I finally found my rhythm and was able to hit on the outside. The key to the victory was just mixing it up." While still nervous, Durlv.un walked Bobby Bonds leading off the game and fell quickly behind as Bonds went to second on a wild pitch and came around on two ground balls. The G-foot blond was touched for singles by Dave Hader and Dave Kingmnn loading off the second innin:, but worked out of the jam and afterward yielded only a single to Ruder in the fourth. Lou Brock quickly earned a tic for St. Louis'with his third homer leading off the first inning against Giants vet Juan Marichal, 5-15. Marichal walked Bernie Carbo and Joe Torre with one out in the same inning, and Luis Melendcz made it 'M wiith a double over third base. Oarbo's double to left-center and Ted Simmons' single made it 4-1 in the third, a margin that looked final until Under led off the ninth with a sinking line drive to right field. Carbo charged the drive but overran it and looked up as the ball sailed past his glove and rolled to the wall. Racier circled the bases on what was rulrd a four-base error. "I'd have to admit I'm surprised to be up here but pleased," said Durham, who was called up from Tulsa July 13 following loss of starter Scipio Gpinks. "I came out of Class A ball last year," he added. "That's quite a jump to Triple A, and f was really getting adjusted. But I think I do" have the ability to compete." S.F. (2) Plnyer K Bonds 1 Spelcr 0 Hcnd'son 0 McCovcy 0 Radcr 1 KinRman 0 Fucutes 0 Mnddox 0 Marichal 0 McDowell o Arnold 0 Moffltt 0 H E I) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 a o o n o o o i CARDS (4) Player AB S II ~ 0 0 Brock Crosby Ciii'bo Torre 1 1 0 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 Simmons 010 Mclendez 0 1 0 Anderson 010 Maxvill 000 Durham 020 * * * Totals 232 Totals 491 Inning: I23458789T SAN FRAN. 1 0000000 I—2 CARDS 301 00000 X— 4 * * * * Andrews' bat beats Bosox By HERSCIIEL NISSENSON (AP Sports Writer) Chicago's Mike Andrews bedeviled the Boston Red Sox Monday night while Oakland's Angel Mangual lived up to his name and kept the A's on the heels of the White Sox i n baseball's American League West. Andrews drove in five runs with a home run and double to pace the White Sox to a 6-4 victory over Boston. They remained one-half game in front of Oakland when the A's rallied for five runs in the seventh inning, three on pinch hitter Mangual's tie-breaking homer, and edited Cleveland 5-4. In the only other AI. contest, Baltimore's Jim Palmer blanked Minnesota 2-0 on five hits, pulling the Orioles to within one game of idle Detroit in the East Division. There were only three games iji the Natiional League. Cincinnati downed the New York Mets 5-2, Pittsburgh .shaded San Diego 5-3 and St. Louis defeated San Francisco 4-2. Andrews hit his seventh home run of the season in (he fourth innin? following Kick Allen's double and a hit batsman after Boston starter Sonny Siebert had mowed down the first 11 Chicago batters. Andrews doubled two more runs across in the sixth and pinch runner Luis Alvarado then scored on a single by Rich Morales. Boston bounced back with three runs in the bottom of the sixth on Andy Kosco's solo hctner and Carl Yastr- zemski's two-run single but the White Sox hung on. Cleveland's Hoy Foster hit a two-run homer off Oakland's Vida Blue and Steve Dunning held the A's to one hit for six innings before the roof fell in. Newly acquired Matty Aloti led off the big seventh with a single, Reggie Jackson walked and the runners advanced on Mike Epstein's ground-out. After an intentional walk to Sal Bando filled the bases, Ted Kubiak's sacrifice fly delivered one run and Gene Tenace's game- tying single chased Dunning. I.langual then slammed an 0-2 pilch from Mike Kilekenny far over the left field fence, giving Oakland just enough runs to withstand a two-run homer by Craig Nettles in the ninth. Baltimore's Palmer got the only run he needed when Don Baylor homered in the fifth inning off Dick Woodson. Boog Powell singled across an insurance tally in the eighth as Palmer breezed to his 18th triumph and stretched Minnesota's scoreless string to 24 innings. The Twins just finished dropped a three-game series to Detroit and manager Frank Quilici called the East Division dogfight a tosstip. "Baltimore has some great players who haven't been hitting," he said. "They're liable to bounce back any time and start them off on a winning streak. They seldom make any mistakes and they have great pitching. "Detroit, on the other hand, is starting to get great hitting. Also, Willie Horton is back in form after coming off the injury list and Al Kaline is just coming back strong." Cincinnati's Gary Nolan, making his first start in 26 days after suffering from muscle irritation in his neck and shoulder, limited the Mets to one hit in the six innings he worked and picked up his first victory since July 13. George Foster batted for Nolan in the 'tixth and doubled to ignite a four-run inning that broke up a scoreless duel against rookie Brent Strom. Pete Ross walked, Joe Morgan singled the first run across and Bobby Tolan homered. Cincy's Denis Menke and New York's John Milner hit solo homers later. Willie Stargell walloped a pair of two-run homers to spark Pittsburgh past San Diego. The Padres made it close with back-to-back solo homers by Leron Lee and Nate Colbert in the ninth. Rookie Don Durham hurled his first complete game as the Cardinals beat the Giants and sent struggling Juan Marichal to his 15th Joss in 20 decisions. Lou Brock letd off on Marichal for a leadoff homer in the first inning and Luis Melendez ripped a two- run double. Major league STANDINGS Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Arnold Sanders, Jr., Godfrey Willie Kaiser, 2307 Salu Kenneth Pifer, Godfrey Karen Robinson, 821 Alby, Apt. 2 Jeffrey Aylward, Edwardsville Gary Ahern, Grafton Theodore Beneze, 823 Fountain Mrs. Eva Nunn, Wood River Mrs. Frances Cummings, Dow Mrs. Darlcne Hiley, Collln- svilie Fred Sackrnan, 1263 State Clarence Crrover, Hartford Thurman Futhey, Bethalto Mrs. Linda Dunnagan, 613 Washington Mrs. Clara Hanold, Brighton Gary Bray, East Alton Mrs. Marcclla Royse, Wood River James Kingston, South Roxana Fred Haper, 601 Pearl Kelly Eatmon, Bunker Hill Donnie Reynolds, Carrollton Mrs. Kaethe Sears, Jerseyville Phillip Boda, South Roxana Beverly Plummer, Godfrey Joyce Williams, Brighton DISMISSALS Mrs. Pamela Kidd, 2425 San ford Mrs. Barbara Clark, 2305 Maxy Vera Scheldt, Bunker Hill Rev. Leonard Todd, Moro Thomas Ernst, 3410 Milton James Langford, 3412 Oakwood Susan Parton, 2401 Virden Mrs. Ethel Tungett, Cottage Hills Nancy Nelson, Brighton Raymond Maltimcre, Jer- seyvllle Joan Bandy, 1654 Terra Mrs. Lois Padgett, Staunton Gene Russell, 2321 Fairview Mrs. M a x i n e Roach, Brussels Mrs. Velma Taylor, Edwardsville Louise Heyen, Shipman Hazel Newton, Glllespie Melvin Gaither, 100 W. Delmar St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Marcella Beavers, Brussels Theresa Bregenzer, Jefferson, Mo. Kimberly Buckels, 311 Dooley Suanne Carroll, Godfrey Janice Crossfield, East Alton Amanda Dorsey, 3 West Delmar B r e n d a Edwards, 905 Market Marie English, 616 E. 16th Carmen Graham, East Alton Hayden Green, 3114 College Amy Gross, 240 Herbert Will County gives edge to Ogilvie JOLIET, 111. (AP) — Gov Richard B. Ogilvie received 424 straw votes and his Democratic opponent, Daniel J. Walker, 298 votes in a poll conducted at the Will County Fair in Peotone. Results of the poll, taken at the fair Thursday through Sunday, were announced today by the Joliet Herald- News, which conducted the survey. In the race for senator, incumbent Sen. Charles H. Percy received 473 votes compared to 235 for his challenger, Rep. Roman Pucinski, D-I11. President Nixon received 578 votes and the Democratic presidential nominee, George McGovern, received 136. A total of 893 persons was polled in the survey but somo voted in only one category. Wood River Pittsburgh Nv-A-"VorK Monti eal <. IDLIH.^l] .\AI1ONAL LtAUll. 1 uil W. L. I'd. G.U. 1,'J bl fi;i tS \U-il '' Atlanta 57 u7 Sui: J rai;< jbtu 5^ "U Sun LiR-go 41) 70 Monday's Ktbuits PHUburyh 5 SJH l)ic>;u :i i. inc:ii!;uti 5 New Y<.rk 1; Si. J.ouii -J .San } rati: JSLU 2 Only JJUIULS &i.hcduli-d 'luday'b Gar,!v» !.;>; All^t-li.-:. Singe: 412 ;;t C 111 'Uiyn liia.-.i 14-i,. N :.i'jnlll.--;l MoO;'u- 5-b at Allair.ti iurdiu :;-0. N Nt.v York McAnUrc-w ]U 5 at Cm- JiiJiuii Bu.'inaruJi, JO-10. N Philadelphia Reynold-, 0-12 or it.ndun S-S at liouiton V.'ilt>on (J b !v .Sun I- ram into Uair 5-7 at M. l-oi Ang.-l.., at I nita;-.o Kuli Fiai.'-litt. at .St. L' Nf..' Yt.:K ut CilKlllllal. N Phili:'J.-:;.h.a al J1uj;,ton. N A.Mi:i<lCAN I I AliL'l I..151 U. 1. Pi-1. G.U. iii. r.i; 'r>.n i I;. 1 SS '.IT .(" 4h 73 '.Mil li,i.j 71" r,n r.,-,7 — "") r>! n,-._' i, oil 5SI .MH 10 ''"> M 07 AW 17 1 '-----^ •!!> 73 .:ii)7 2J Monday's Hcsults ( IlK^gO (j. Uobtull 4 K.:ii.:ii,irL- j. Minnesota 0 O.;k;,.nd S C'il:\ r c-Kllld ^ 'ioUuv'b Gainer Iu.\..t Paul G-5 and Uonnan li-ii r'j : i\Vi' X i ' ii ^., i v" it n ' 5 u ' ;j KuK " <in.. lt , ;j Hiad'cy IS-lo iU Bfs- tun 'I lanl 6 •! N Kuiis^i 1 ti> Ntlaon 7--1 at Mil- liiiltiuKjj-i.- I ut)j..,j- u jj at Mtn- nt.MOta I'ciTy 11-1^. N C!i-'.t-;jnd lidio\v 12-10 at O.ik- iuii'j Humei L-7 .\ iJiuuii^ I.ol^l, ,ti-lu at I .,!iloi- V\ cdrlt-sdu\'s {jalnc-i (.k-vt!..ud ul I i.'i.i.n.d '. lA-ln.it -;! < .i.:!•.,. ::;,,, :, Kansas f.'ny <*\ Milv.,-.ukec N CiiU aj;i., ..l li ,-.-_! n Allen may be first to win triple crown ill CllisOX history Wednesday jazziest set BOSTON (AP) - Veteran sluyger Dick Allen is bidding to bt't-oine the first player in Chicago \\hiite Sox history to win the triple crown, but it's strictly a secondary objective for him. ••Triple crown, hell—the only thing I'm interested in is the club winning 95 games, which should lie enough to win our division," Allen said Monday night before the \Vhite Sox beat the lied Sox 6-1 in a nationally televised baseball game. The last player to win the Triple frown was the Ked Snx' Carl Yastrzemski in 1907, one year a I'. IT Frank Ji u b i j] A oil did it with P.ul'..nii)re. Mickvv Mantle performed the feat with the New York Yankees in 1956. Their teams won the AL pennant in those years. "If I win the Triple Crown and we don't win, the Triple Crown will mean nothing," he added. Allen played for Philadelphia, St. Louis and Los Angeles in the National League before being acquired by the White Sox after the 1971 season. He is leading the American League in batting (.317), homers (32) and runs batted in (92). He apj>ears a shoo-in to win the homer and KBI titles, but is locked in a dogfight for the batting championship. The annual jazz concert featuring guest bands and combos will be presented at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Central Park, Wood River, concluding the summer series of conce r ts under the stars of the Wood River Municipal Band. Opening the evening of music will be the Muny Band under the direction of Kenneth Smith, playing "Carnival Day March", "American Folk Rhapsody No. 3 ' ', "Bachrock", "Dance and Intermezzo", ' ' T e n n e s s e Waltz", "Mr. Wonderful" and "Coat Of Arms". "The Kings Berry Brew' ' and "Glove Theater" bands will be featured in the jazz segment. In and out of area hospitals Hohnsbehn, Cottage Leona Hills Pearl Jackson, Fairfield Lewis Kirshaw, Edwardsville Jeffrey Kinkel, Wood River James Lafferty, Brighton Christopher Matoush, Wood River Orville Mize, 3204 Edgewood Gwen Oliver, Cottage Hills Robert Reinneck, Edwardsville Mark Spraggs, Cottage Hills Ross Sprnggs, Cottage Hills Henry Strohkirch, 338 Dooley Lillian Weston, 2417 Main Cleveland Maboran, Mounds Robert RoWnette, East Alton DISMISSALS Minnie Bi=hop, East Alton Sharon Busby, 439 E. Third Aloys Droege, Meppen Oliver Gei, Jerseyville Gary Greenwood, Wood River Marie Herron, 2421 Seminary Fay Hubbard, Roxana Wayne Hubbard, Roxana Larry Ma'.one, Hardtn Erma Stilwell, Betlhato Jayne Weiss, Brighton St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Lee Dick. Wood River Richard Snyder, Wood River Sean Roseman, 3202 Belle Manor Judy Aslone, 2211 Central Lorraine Smith, East Alton Mrs. Linda Highsmith, South Roxana Harold Brenner, 2409 Salu Donald Sloan, Wood River Mrs. Cecil Cope, 1723 Feld- sv/ich DISMISSALS Mi's. Inez Shewmake, 3011 Edgewood Mrs. Beuiah Wankel, Wood River Floyd Jacobs, Godfrey Mrs. Blanche McCarthy, Wood River Mrs. Lillie Washpun, 2014 Salu Mrs. Geraldine Everage, 2705 Toledo Kenneth Kohntopp, East Alton St. Francis (Litchfield) ADMISSIONS Marcia Wineburner, Staunton Matthew Rhodes, Mt. Clare William Jackson, Carlinville Mike Kapilla, Staunton Jeffery Greenwalt, Carlinville Jean Crites, Sawyerville Louis Enke, Bunker Hill Kathryn Anderson, Gillespie John Duncan, Bunker Hill DISMISSALS William Berg, Mt. Olive Charles Zimmerman, Mt. Olive Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Jeffrey Stamps, Brighton Nellie Dunham, Jerseyville Marisue Wells, Elsah Belinda Gress, Hardin DISMISSALS Kaethe Sears, Jerseyville Harles Bennett. Godfrey Earl Lindley, Springdale, Ark. St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Edward Bollinger, Edwardsville Daniel Gerdt, Edwardsville James Peck, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Mrs. Barbara Johnson, Edwardsville Richard Klaustermeier, Edwardsville Mrs. Lelia Peters, Edwardsville Mrs. Geraldine Strickland, Edwardsville Fred Utechtt, EdwardsviUe Staunton Community ADMISSIONS Dianna Rhodes, Sawyerville Marguerite Claro, Sawyerville Harry Hegel, Mt. Olive James Rhodes, Staunton Ann Ulrich, Staunton Terry Lek-hsenring, Hamel Daniel Lynn, Wllsonville Carl Albert, Mt. Olive Laura BlotPvogel, Worden Gertrude Ruehrup, Staunton DISMISSALS Anastasia Mrkva, Livingston Gottlieb Messerly, Staunton Jerry Osmoe, Mt. Olive Ora Britt, Staunton Betty Vetter, Moro Harry He-gel, Mt. Olive Rosa Genetti, Gillespie Helen Safko, Livingston Mary Brassfield, Staunton LeRoy Welch, Worden Diana Rhodes, Sawyerville David Park, Benld Victoria Hainaut, Staunton Wood River Township ADMISSIONS John Webster, Granite City Pete Bellovich, Granite City William Hamilton, 142 Central Mrs. Wilma Woodward, Alton Everett Dunn, 415 E. Penning Mrs. Mary Mothershed. Granite City A Great Place to EAT... Service is fast, meals are served up piping hot, satisfying and delicious. Try us! 3 Locations To Serve You Godfrey Road 466-3950 Milton Road 462-7855 7th & Central 462-9112 Franklin McCool, Madison Linda Compton, Grafton Mrs. Carol Grissom, 802 Condit Mrs. Jeannette Skelton, Bethalto Joan Whitlock, Alton Mrs. Delena Wilcox, 229 Chessen DISMISSALS Rodger Williamson, Hartford Mrs. Thelma Laws, Hartford Mrs. Alice Richardson, Cottage Hills Mrs. Zula Rawlings, East Alton Armen Means, Alton Boyrl Memorial (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Joseph Grizzle, Carrollton H. Mahrhoff, Carrollton Ester Robley, Carrolllon DISMISSALS Mrs. Alvena Whitwell, Jerseyville 3rd BELL INN CAFETERIA & LOUNGE 99e SPECIAL DAILY Private Parties THEATRES 3RD BIG WEEKI IX) OPEN 6:30-$hown 6:45 I 9:05 FILM RATING GUIDE For Parents and Their Children GENERAL AUDIENCES All Ages Admitted PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED Some Material May Not Be Suitable For Pre-Teenagert RESTRICTED Under 17 requires accompanvlna Parent or Adult Guardian NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED (Aga limit may vary in certain areat) Printed as a public service by ALTON EVENING I'ELEGRAPH [ MID AMERICA THEATRES BEl+AIR HWY.6* «lll Open7p.m Start Dutk UST NITE "Sins of Adam & Eve" (R) — PLUS — "TWILIGHT PEOPLE" (B) • STARTS WED • ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S J "FRENZY" "PL«Y MISTY FOR ME" (R) CAPRI 010 SI IOUIS SO KH1IHURO MMO AUON, IUINOK FiSATUKING: if FRIED CHICKEN it STEAKS + GENUINE ITALIAN FOODS if SEA FOODS For Carry-Out Order* Ph. 462-4620 Ol'EN DAILY AX 8 PJU. SUNDAY II NOON (Closed Mondays) TONITE LAST TIMES "NAPOLEON AND SAMANTHA" 8:55 PLUS "Barefoot Exec." 7:15 STARTS WED.! OPEN 6:30 Now you can see'The Graduate" again or for the first time. JOSEPH E.LEVINE MIKE NICHOLS LAWRENCE TUHMAN Shown 7:10 9:10 Dustin Hoffman AN AVCO EMBASSY FILM ACADEMY AWARD WINNER MST DIRECTOR MIKE NICHOLS IH1 An »VCO EMBASSY Kiltut OPEN 7 p.m. START DUSK LAST NITE"STEPMOTHER" (R) PLUS "CHfllNGAHG WOMEN" (R) • STARTS WED tCADIMr AWHID WINNH THE LAST PICTURE SHOW PLUS: "LOVE MACHINE" (R) i WANTED 8 HOMES THAT NEED PAINTING ALTON, ILL. — Eight home owners In this general arou will be given the opportunity of having the new "Saw-Kerf Super Steel Siding by Imiteil States Steel applied to thnir homes with optional decorative work at a very low cost. This amazing new product has captured the interest of home owners throughout tho United States who are fed up with constant paintini; and other maintenance costs. It can last for SO years and provides full insulation summer and winter, as well as fire protection. Our new product can be used over every type of home, including frame, concrete block, stucco, etc. It conies in 7 colors and is now going to be introduced to the Alton market. Vour home can be a show place In your vicinity and we will muke it worth your while if we can use your home. For appointment please write (including nume, address and phone number) to Jack Johnson, 11 West Third St., Alton, 111., 63002, or call 462-8775. Our representative will cull on you without obligation. NOW — ENDS THURS. — OPEN 6:30 2 DISNEV HITS "Napoleon & Samantha" 8:55 'BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE" 7:15 (G) BUYS A GREAT LUNCH Monday thru Saturday, 11 AM to 4 PM AT PONDEROSA Family Steak, Tossed Green Salad, Not Buttered Roll OR Chopped Steak, Tossed Green Salad, Hot Buttered Roll OONT FORGET: TUESDAY NIGHT IS FAMILY NIGHT. «!.<>. PONDEBOSi'STEU HODSE 43 WEST EDWARDSVILLE ROAD WOOD RIVER — DIAL 254-6879 Rl Ml. 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