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P/KME THZRTT-lSGHt ALTON BVWflNO TKLBORAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 5,1961 Seleted Roxana's Ron Thomas Wins Free Throw Title By DO!t PtrAMXI Gary Lane, fi-1 Jumping jack center of the Wood River Oilers, was named the Most Valuable Player of the 1980-61 basketball wason for the Alton-Wood Rhwr area as player* f,om Hits area wcrft honored Wednesday night in Annual Player-of-the-Ywr at Masonic Temple .by the Alton Exchange Club. ,Ron Thomas. 6-1 forward of the Shells, was selected the best free throw shooter in the area and received a huge trophy as did Lane. Featured speaker of the awning was Harry (The Hone) Gal* latin, former Roxana player. New York Knickerbocker and now coach at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. The Alton Evening Telegraph's I960-*! All-District team, composed of 10 players, was named and players were presented with to ^.fc an( j wor fc hard. high school boys tire about booto when entering college, but an education is one of the most Important things you can acquire during a lifetime." he told the ca-[ nacity crowd. colleges air stiffentnn : In their entrance requirements." he said. "Before too long hoy* will he required to hr in the upper half «rf their classes before enrolling Everybody needs a college education "Three things 1 learned tronv basketball were, number onr. if you want to be successful you rmurt lead a clean life, be fair to yourself and make your parents proud of you. Second, give 100 per cent effort in everything you doj and third, practice. Work on fun-j damentals. 1 haven't seen a pro: who doesn't practice four or fivej iiours a day when he has the ; chance. "As you go up the ladder com-! petition gets stiffer. so you have; CM Hitless, Still Ties Alton, 3-3 Despite getting no hit* ttw Civic Memorial Eagles managed to emerge with a 3-3 tie in a non- conference baseball game with the | Alton High Redbirds Wednesday afternoon at North Junior High) School field. i The game was called after six Innings due to darkness. Civic Memorial tallied three runs in the top of the seventh, but Alton could not bat In Its half of the Inning and the score reverted to the previous inning, resulting in the tie. Five errors by his teammates | and nine walks by pitcher Ron Jureziz contributed heavily to Alton's being tied by CM. I Alton took a 2-0 lead in the | third inning right field Jim Min ALL-DISTRICT TEAM certificates. i -Some advice I'd like to give to Lane, selected by a committee j y^, seniors is to be successful from the Exchange Club, was! Try to or the best in anything you Wood River's leading scorer for i do 'whether it's digging a ditch or the season as well as heading the i paying basketball. Get an educa- lates Ron point parade in the area. Lar*;uon first and foremost." couM Jump under the boards and | H. T. Bunyan. advertising man- .,,.„, . hold his own with players much;^ O f Radio Station WOKZ,i basKPtball players In taller ton him. i served as toastmaster for the Kiver area for the 1960-61 season. The Tat the season Lane scored 389; event. The welcome was given by - „ ..„ -.-- Here Is the Alton Evening Tele- Sam Stampley of Alton, Bob Elchorn ,sker singled, jureziz lived on an graph's 1960-61 All-District Basketball Marquette and Ron Thomas of Roxana. error and both came around on (earn. Front row, left to right. Jack These boys, along with other basketball i shortstop cietis Fowlers single fieflin of Civic Memorial, Dale Savllle players from Alton, Marnuette, West- Thc Eagles scored once in the! o f Western Military Academy, Earl ern Military Academy, , Wood River, Harry Gallatin, Southern Illinois boys were honored Wednesday night j fourth on two walks and two er-j Q ross O f Marquette, and Terry Barton Roxana and Civic Memorial High University basketball coach, congratu- at the annual player-of-the-year ban- Irors. j o f Alton. Back row, left to right, Ed Schools were honored at the player-of- - - — - - " - - • — in the bottom of the fourth thej parsons of Roxana, Gary Lane of Wood the-year banquet Wednesday night— Redbirds scored one on singles; m ver L arr y Strahan of Wood River, Staff Photo. by second baseman Mack Kelly — — NICE GOING, FELLAS Thomas of Roxana (left) quet at Masonic Temple. Thomas won and Gary Lane of Wood River (right) the trophy for the best free throw shooter while Lane was chosen the most valuable player in the area.—Staff on their selection as the outstanding the Alton-Wood Photo. points for an average of 16.9 per game. He scored 148 field goals in 29? attempts for 49.8 per cent. In free throws he made 102 of 150 for 68 per cent. He erabbed 206 rebounds to lead his team in that department. Bill Gratian. president of the Exchange Club. Members of thej awards committee, those respon-i sible for selecting the player-of- the-year, were Harry Marshall,i Kenneth Sheary. John Kennett, James Thompson and Virden '^ Celtics Edge Alton Thinclads Battle Bob Horton. coach of the Oilers. | Marsh. The banquet committee had this to say about Lane: "Had j was comprised of Henry Saenz,, we not had htm, there would have!chairman, Ralph Wandllng, Del been a heck nf a difference in ourJTanny and Gratian. I record. It would not have been as| good." Thomas, a smooth offensive player as well as one of the top defensive players in the area, contributed heavily to his tram's play this past season. In the free throw department, he popped in 101 of Hawks, 116-108, Take 2-0 Lead Vashon, Jackets Friday The Alton High School track Fred Will, coaches the Alton thin-j 128 attempts for a brilliant 79 per cent. On offense Thomas averaged 13.9 points per game in 22 games. He was the second leading re-1 bounder for the Shells. Players chosen to the Telegraph All-District team were 6-3 forward Sam Stampley and 5-10 guard Terry Barton, both of Alton: Lane and 6-3 forward Larry Strahan of Wood River; 5-9 guard Jack Hef- Moore Meets DannyValdez LOS ANGELES (AP) The training grind was behind today for champion Davey Moore of Springfield, Ohio and Danny Valdez of Los Angetes, who fight for jthe world featherweight title Sat- jurday night The 27-year-old champion finished conditioning at his camp in the mountain country east of Los Angeles and the 21-year-old challenger eased off here. The 15-round bout will not be lin of Ch/ic Memorial; 6-1 forward j broadcast nor telecast Dale Saville of Western Military! Moore, beaten but once in the team takes part In its second outdoor meet of the season and fifth of the campaign Friday afternoon when the Redbirds travel to St. Louis for a triangular meet with "We played as a team in the o'clock. clads. Vashon is always tough and can be expected to enter good jumpers and strong sprinters. Alton will not be at top strength. B. B. Gater, the Illinois champ in the 100 and 220 yard dashes, has 'Schools Stadium beginning at 4Ja pulled muscle, but will be able By BOB HOOBIXO Associated Press Sports Writer BOSTON (AP)—Bob Cousy, the old master of pressure play, says _ ^.. no collection of all stars could! two powerful Missouri schools, beat the Boston Celtics when theyjvashon and Beaumont, at Public play their, top game. and catcher Frank Bemis and a passed ball. j In the top of the fifth twoj walks, a hit batsman, an error and a squeeze play accounted for two runs. ; Jureziz struck out nine. Erzen started for CM but was relieved by Paul Corcoran in the fourth.'; Alton, with a 0-3-1 record, trav-j els to Granite City today for a Conference gamej THURSDAY SPORMENU Roxana Cindermen Beat Granite Citv Alton «t Granite City East St. Louil at Wood HW*r Edwtrdftville it Bellcvlll* Roxina at Martlion Track Greenville at Blackburn Trnnl* Concordi* at Blackburn Edwardiville at Belleville FRIDAY Mateball it Duchenne at Staunton Track against the Happy Warriors. Civic i Memorial is now 1-1-1 and doesn't j see action again until next Wed-j M) A^sumptjon""«nd Jeweyviiit nesday when it hosts Marquette. Wood River C. M. <S) AHon (3) Player AB R H Player AB R H A.Cor'ao Curry Sheff second half," the weary Cousy said Wednesday night after hisj win Both junior and senior divisions 26 points and 14 assists keyed a 116-108 victory over St. Louis. Though 'Boston leads the best- of-seven National Basketball Association championship playoff series 2-0, the players are unanimous in the feeling they will not be abte to win In four straight. TTie next two games are in St. Louis Saturday and Sunday afternoons and will be televised nationally. "We were hurting without the big guy." was the opening utterance of Hawks' Coach Paul Sey referring to center Clyde Academy: Thomas and 5-10 euardjp as t five years, remains a heavy Ed Parsons of Roxana: and 6-3 j favorite to retain the title. He has j^,,^.^ is sidelined by a back injury. Though there is a ward Earl Gross, both of Mar-jes. quette. Valdez has had only 22 profes-j 'chance Lovellette . can play this ,«„ ,1UU In attendance at the meeting atjsional fights but has been boxingj ^ . the invitation of the Exchange i since he was 9. He got the title! ess ^f,. 5 ^^. Club were six member!: of the'chance by twice whipping D; — ' y Collinsville team, the recently^ do Gonzalez crowned state champion. Coach rated the No. Vergil Fletcher was introduced to; Concern has been reported over! the crowd and he in turn intro- Moore's weight. But his manager, duced Bogie Redmon, Fred Rid- ; Willie Ketchum, expressed confi- dle, Bob Simpson. Bob Meadows, dence the boxer would make the Bob Basola and Ron Mottin, the required 126 pounds at weigh-in six Fletcher referred to as thotime Saturday, ones carrying the load in the: state tourney. j ^'foJtp g ox \ jC { Gallatin presented the most val-j uable and free throw trophies to fi HnrWs Lane and Thomas and also pre-i * llrep "'Tiers 'weekend "I won't dress him un- nont n kav " Ltlll uruty, Beaumont is aSways one of the top track powers in the Show-Me state and is the defending outdoor state champ. The Blue Jackets have good hurdlers and, broad jumpers and will likely have a good mile relay team, according to Bill Perrin, who along with Marquette Wins; Kolb Kayoes 14 The Marquette Explorers scor- to run in the 880-yard relay.;sharp Cox James Jackson, another bright j Knight Redbird hope, also has a puHed j ^J." muscle and his action will belmi'dorf limited to the 880 relay, too. Some good times are expected. jP.Cor'an If the weather holds the high j Totals 22 3 o Totals 24_ 3 4 j jump, pole vault and broad jump JNNING: Best Erzen C. M. events will also be impressive, j Alton Asphalt runways are used at the St. Louis stadium, which is located on Kingshighway. Alton athletes by events in the senior division are: 100 yard dash—Randol, Ayres: ROXANA — The Roxana High,Vasiloff iGO, Knight (GO. Time School track team opened its 1961'— 2:M.O. track season on a merry note §sO yard relay — Roxana (Par- here Wednesday as the Shells :sons , Frase , ri Thomas, Hughes), won easily over Granite City, 76-;Tirw—1:36.1. *'- 42> 440 yard dash — Keller (R) ; The Shells swept plated first vvhilspll (GO, Tucker (R). Time. 'in 11 of the 14 events run. Only _ : 56.o. .n the shot put. mile run and pols? shotput - Titswarts (GO, ; vault did the Warriors break Countin <R(, Ray (Ri. 46'5". .through the Shell dominance. m vard , ow nurd | es _Thomp- Roxana's Fred Hughes was the son |R> Thurau (GO Parsons individual star of the day. a triple: (Ri. Time — :21.8. iwinner in the 100 yard dash, 220 Mile run — Richey (GO, Lai yard dash and broad jump and'oinski (GO, Helmkamp (R). By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS running a leg on the winning 880 Time—5:08.6. Wednesday Results 'yard relay team. Teammate Doug 1 High jump — Tip for first be- 123456 RHE, Boston 116, St. Louis 108 (Bos- Thom P son won toe hi S h ** I™'tween Thomas (R) and'Thurau 000120-3 o 4j ton , eads 2.0 in best-of-seven se hurdlcs ami svns a "»m«*r of the : (GO; Been (R>. Height - 5'8". * 5 i - mile relay team. i Discus - McLane (R), Baker Next Tuesday the Shells host (Ri Titswarts (GO. 1227". 400 Fowler 200 Boyer 300 Kelly 4 1 0 Bemis 300 lilrich 1 0 0 Wyatt 1 0 0 Jones 1 2 0 Sumner 1 0 0 Minsker 000 Jureziz 200 000 3 0 200^ 3 i i; 301! 300! 3 0 O 1 200 1 0 0, 211 2 1 0 Edwardsvllte at Madison Tetinli Western at Wood filver Belleville at Roxana SATURDAY Baseball Wood River at Western Routt at Jerseyville Track Triad at Western. NBA RESULTS 00210 EXHIBITION BASEBALL By The Associated Preit Wednesday Results 220 yard dash—Randol Ayres; 4401 Minnesota 7, Baltimore 4 .. ? _,__,. », ^_.^_ «.._* o~.j '. Baltimore 5. Saturday Game Boston at St. Louis (afternoon.' ,,, «._ . ,, ..,-, j i uaiumuio a. Minnesota 4 (2 game, yard dash—Jvl. Davis, Hunt, Good-; 7 innings) | man, Arbuthnot; 180 yard low! gin <^nati <?• M"wa^ukee 4 hurdles—Fike, Bayer. Gormley; | LOS Angeles <A> s, Cleveland 3 880 yard run - Batchelor,' Gill.! ^san Francisco 2. Los Angeles Schmidt; Mile run — Watrous,, Washington 10, Philadelphia 1 Trowbridge, Tchoukalelf; Broad| Chicago (A) 3. Kansas City 1 jump — Randol, Bayer, Dancy; j New York 5, St. Louis 4 (II Ini Pole vault - Dancy, W. Davis,; nings) Today's Garnet Washington vs. Baltimore at Ml- a dual meet. The Shells 1 Broad jump — Hughes fR), jhave invited any school in the ! Thomas (R). Parsons (r) 20'2^4". area to take part in the meet, i 220 yard dash — Hughes (R) Results: :Summers (GC>, Fraser (R). Time 120 yard high hurdles—Thomp-—: 23.7. NEW YORK fAP) — Tom Srithison <R) Thurau (GO, Keller Pole vault — Graboski (GO, Knicks Sign Pair and Whitey Martin, stars for the 1961 St. Bonaventure College team, signed contracts Wednes- (R). Time —:15.7. (GO, Tie for third between day with the New York Knicks of:—: 10.6. 100 yard dash — Huclips (Rl.jCadle (R) and Marias (R). 11'. Parsons (R), Fraser (Hi. Time Mile relay — Roxana (Hogue, the professional NBA. yard run — Ho^ue Thompson, Keller, Thomas). Time (R). -3:48.8. never been a more spectacular j Kolb playmaker. strikeout route. "It's pride." Cousy explained.; Kolb j ost n j s shutout in the "The playoffs are like a com-|f oui . tn wnen goh Dresoner scor mand preformance before royal-| ec j on ^ c ^ to back singles by Ken! ty. Not many get the chance aiidj St!nu | te anr j \tj|< e Mayer. Kolb: here it is facing you. So you stuff|f ann ed five batters in the fifth' vs. Cincinnati at Co-! Angeles (N) vs. San Fran-' _... . »« •-> - tr .~t ! uiscu at Phoenix Mjle relay—M. Davis, Hunt.j Chicago (N) vs. Boston at San Tmwhridpe Fike ' Antonio irowonage, r IKS. Detroit vs. Chicago (A) at Sara- The discus event will not be run • sota does not permit! Los Angeles vs. Cleveland at schools. ' Minnesota vs. Kansas City at I me team w snowing improve-' Weat Palm Beach INTRODUCTORY SALE „„, st-nted the All-District certificates; SARASOTA. Fla. (AP) — Thoj game with 2',i minutes to play walked and then stole second and to the players as they were named, Chicago \Vhite Sox today optioned ... by this writer. throe pitchers to San Diego, their Gallatin told of soinr nl his ex- pacific Coast League farm club. whilr playing profes- They farmed out left-handers Ed meets and finished fourth at the; to ? 4 meel ' sionally with ihe Knicks. Joe Drapcho and Gary Peters and Fulks. great scoring star of the right-hander Alan Brice. Philadelphia Warriors of bygone Prtprs and Brice are products years, Bill Russell of the Celtics pf the Sox farm system, and and WHt Chamberlain of the War-.Drapcho was drafted off the To- roirs are just three of the many ronto roster last fall. stars Gallatin faced during his 10- Infielder Tony Roig, Kctiuc< TTTIWI •* /* ..>..i».v^w •— i ---- v it^nirvr.Li «• 1^4 it i«_n av«««- u^^.%r»w »...«. I and slumped over on the bench , third. He rode home % on a single !" uge uaK while the 13.909 Boston Gardeni by Jeff Otken. ' I «_:„„;.,;.. i\i ft Oj ts spectators roared a tribute to his Marquette added two more inj * rilltlpia iiu-nus Cleveland at performance (lip third as Bob Melton and Tom Los Angeles (N) Las Vegas i Minnesota vs. Detroit at Lakeland New York vs. Louisville <AA> at Louisville 1 was choked up with n chest Holden walked and then scored Concord.a Preachers | Alton Golfers ELSAH — The Principia lndi-1 Rick Prather and Rick Stone- > Whip year stint in the play-lor-pay drafter, and outfielder Stan John- ranks. son. a farm graduate, were sent "I don't know how seriously you; to San Diego Wednesday. congestion and couldn't breathe." on a passed ball and an error.; Cousy said. "I was making fran-i-rom Scyoc tallied in the fifth , tic signals to the bench to get; wht -n ho was hit by a pitched ballin;a n 7 P amed"to"thro^'r^hmeri nir out. The crowd? It was morp| Sto | e two bases and then came , Concordia of Springfield^ The Alton golf team scored Its of a eulogy than an ovatton-thev| h()m o on a passrd^ ha I ! PrPa ,hPrs. The Indians had easy, O penm« vSor? when t e™ged the another probably thought I was going to; Kolh added the final three runs „.„ hm . e Wed 'Km, MilSaiT Rod Red Raiders Edge Alton's JV Team The Western Military Redj 440 run — Gantz (A) Cadwell Raiders scored a hard fought 60-!(AI, Perry iAi Time—0:55. , 5S victory over the Alton Red- Shot put — Sdireep (Wl, Brick i 1 ' 01 ™ 1 bird JV track wjuad here Wed- (Wi. Economuies iA>. Distance' ne.sday at Western. 31','{". Sieve Schreep broke the West 1- >(I low hurdles — Prime (Wl i William iAi HiTiilMid i\V) Time • Tom die," he added with a laugh. Prin Netters Defeat SlU ELSAH — The Prinripia Indi-i for anothpr ans scored an easy 8-1 tennis winj st j 0 hn'»_(i) over the Alton Campus of Sm '" v j r)r f r !,"}( 81 iern Illinois University here Wed- ||.ari«an >psday afternoon. jorefone 's next match will beischuit* St. Umis against Con- in the sixth with a three-run homier. Holden paced the Explorers I with two hit while Mayer had two | for St. John's. '• The Explorers are 3-1 for the j season and 1-0 in the loop. They travel to Duchesno Friday Military nesday afternoon. i5»,a-4li here Wednesday at Rock Gary Crandell paced the Indi-is pr |ng Golf Course. ans with H grand slam homer in Bob Goulding of Alton and Alex jthe fifth inning while teammate Sanderson of Western tied for Paul Gradner blasted a solo inj] ow w jth 41 each. Alton's next the same inning. The Indians! mutch will be at Jacksonville Men- are now 1-0 for the year, contest. I Conrnrdla (0) Principle (10) Marquette (7) Player AB R M Player AB R H Player AB R H Matton 300 Filbert 3 1 0 3 1 OJMosle 300 Walpole 220 210, Hoeft 200 Torson 4 1 2 Matjeka 300 Crandell 2 0 0 Thompson .1 0 0 Roe Match results: Bul> Buhii <P' ern sclv*i! «-<-ord in the shot put William iAi, ricrnhaid iW). Time R;l11 '" 11 '_*'• h ''; j Bre( ker Plui liruham •Mealed c'.ary AB R H 400 Scyoc 400 Melton 300 Holden 3 1 I Eichorn 3 0 1 Warren .102 Otken 3 0 1 Osborna 1 0 0 Mavnes 2 0 n McPIke 0 U_ 0 Kolb 28 1 S Totals 1334567 2 0 I'l.avera 0 0 0 Bucka 3 1 0 Cronen 3 1 I Radde 311 Time will) a throw of 51T'. The old n :H6 record wits 4S 1 held b> R. H. M ||( !im ~ Schmidt iA> Ha/el r'uclis sinre 1946. wondt 1 ">:OJIi. '2'M run — Gouin iW' (Wi. Mary (A). Time—0 '..'3.5 Discus — Economides (At. Engel (Wl, Green (Ai. Distance — woiulri (Ai, Rol>bin«> (A 1 r . f\ i i • Jem Gormley of Alton tied a Western track mark when he ran the 120 high hurdles in 0:15.6. The mark was set by F. M. linboden of Western in 1941. Bud Gouin of Western swept three firsts, the 100 yard dash, i 1'20-yard run and the broad jump,' and also helped lead the 880 re ; lay team to victory. Results: 120->aid high hurdles,— Grom Mile rela\ — Alton, estern lev i A'. Prime <WV Portwuod Time — '.',. lti.9. i\\) Tune (1156 P')U- vauli —Juv i\\ • and Mill iP> (Si. li'„'. li-O I Vic >li.i\s (Pi defeated rV>ti Allen iS«. (i-1, H-2. Mill Hanson (Pi defeated Ed Sn\ilh (Si, (i-1, *i-V Dick Bii-lin i Pi defeated Joe Kra/ei- iS>, b-(). 5-7, 64. Terry Melcher (P> defeated High'jump - Martin (W) and Jw Hark ' y (Sl ' 6 '"' 60 ' (Ai tied for iirst, Prime IJ 0 " 1 ' 1 ^ 1 , Schmidt and I^mme of Prin (\V) c ''P' a delpated Graham and Ur- Si John s Mai iinenc n 0 n I 0 n 0 — I n I 2 0 I ;t x— 7 34 7 5 Totals R H f INNING: 2 Contordia 5 2 Principle 200 Gardner 000 Klbby 300 Howell 200 Prather 100 Stone Stonuman 21 o 0 Totals I 234567 day while Western travels to Col linsville Wednesday. Match results: Alex Sanderson (W) beat Tom 2 2 ziMuehleman (A>, 41-42. 2 i o! McBride (A) beat Jim Kenney I I ^|(W), 43-48. 4 o 11 Bob Goulding (A) beat Dick I J, g McCandless (Wl, 41-46. 211 Bill Vernor (Wl tied Mike Ward ^^~:(A), 45-45. R H E Bud Erickson <W> beat Mike 0000000—0 0 5 ,„!,..-„„ it_A\ 102160 x—10 7 2 Johnson, 44-45. ii lur UHl) . Ulaine (Ai 100 \aid (lash — (jimin iWl. n >.\ A I If* «W). \\aiUice IA). Time— Hei^ 0.10.3. Th< H.iidcis v.ill host SI. Thorn 880 run — Bachelor (A 1 . I-Un as Au.uaiiH')' "I Si Ijtum Satur- i«>> iW), Ic-houkaleO lAi. Tune— iJ-x\ ai -'SO p m in their next .'07.3. meet. Alton meets Beaumont and •10 relay — Wetiern (Gouin. Vashon Fnda> at St. Louis' Alice. Kaune and Schoepp), Alton Public SclKiols stidi urn in a In- Tunt — 1 3J A ! angular ineft- ;ht — 5'8". jump — Gouin . ;Rogers (A., Allen .Wi. Distance "P 1 '"'* of SIU ' b1 ' °^ . 0 _.,n"«. •' Bull\\inkli> and Duncan of Prin cipia delealed Bedman and Allen ul SlU. 4-t>. Hi. 75. 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