Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 38
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 38

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
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THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1001 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGETMlRTY-NINt Dick Donovan Sparkles as Washington Wins Another By Kf> WttM ress 8|M9f M It's been a great spring for Dick Donovan, the otw-tlme Chicago White Sox ace who gained a chance for a new Hfe with the new Washington Senators. And at the moment, It must feel like the greatest spring ever for the big right-hander. Gary Opens Biddy Title Masters Opens Play, Palmer Picked to Win By JKHttV LISKA Press Sports Writer AUGUSTA, Oa. (AP) - Golf's most pedigreed practitioners, 88 GARY, Tnd. fAP) — Defending j strong, today storm the treach- IOWL HAVIN Wednesday Bnslness Men Oavln 201, Hooper 210. IOWMNN Shell X-ton Schmidt 217, Wllllnms Martin 200, Broadway 204, Rob-! tnton 206. Premium Shell Wharry 222-208, McConnell Sehrelber 177, M. Smith 190, S. Plopper 175, R. Harrison 188* 174-190 (545), M. Black 175, 206, j Corf latls 171. Altwood League S. Sands 215-205 (618), ttrllch 212-200, E. Henson 210, Yenne 201, E. Welgler 203, G. Gordon 206, Hubaoh 213, irwln 233, D.i 217-200, S. Hays 204, R. Schlnde Williams 220, McReynolds 200,I\volf 226, B. Tungett 212-211 champion Gary opens against | r-rous Auftunia NatlonHl course in) T y m ^ tm \ Watson - 1 J. Conner 225, J. Schtldroth|R aa t 213, Patton 2W), Hackethal! (613), L, Podone 253 (60S), 208-211 (611), Mlllcrlng 201, Jer-|200, McGinn!* 213, Zumwalt 215, R, Dnbbs 221, B. Crepps 234, L. den 213, Baxter 201, R. Ragusa i Downer 201-237 (630). 224, Croxford 228, Tate 211, G., Roebuck May Be Retired PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - The Dodgers r&'ve cut eight players from their squad and are Just about to place sore-armed relief pitcher Ed Roebuck on the volun tary retired list, Tiom»nn223 i i"rnniin **ij, er, which te down to 28 players. Whittled from th« squad Wednesday was Phil Ortega, sent to Spokane. Also doing to Spokane, a Dodger (arm club, nre first baseman Tim Harkness, pitcher Rick Warren and outfielder Al Norris. The Omaha club got shortstop nick Tracewskl, out- ftflder Shpllhy Brodsky and pitcher Bill Hunter. Thad Tlllotson. Carl War.vick, a fleet outfielder,]another pitcher, went to Atlanta. Melton conches Wyom'" " Babe Heraim SlfHfl^ An Dodger Scotil (API - NEW "Babe" YORK Herman, who fftlmd fame with the old Brooklyn Dodf- ers, has been signed tat • KOUt by the National League's N«W York baseball club, General Manager Charlie Hurth announced tf» day, Herman, now 57, will cover the Puerto Rico tonight in ....... —" quarter-line opening rotitid of the sliver « u. * 2L 2 * TO -I finals of the world biddy basket- innnivnrsarv Masters tournHment. tation by the White Sox a year ball tournament '. . V ., , j . ' irrabbed hv the' Iour "«" T «' T "- Amidst the flowery splendor of * - v Other qimrterfinal games matchi r |oe\vood and H/.Hleas romes a re- Wcdncnday Rhoiides 178-194 in the Amer Dool Dono i' ""'"'"'""' ' "'' """ VT1V -'"" T 'iienuess </-noie SUIIKIIIR 01 i Lo '(„„<„,,„ K " n ; A <'8»slH. Ga.. with PeoriB.: COVP tpd Utie (not to mention Phopnlxvinpl Pa " W " h Wlchlte -!tam««« 72-hole diking of the for lean League T J±U '"w^SS.r.TS "I.,' """ N ™ Y °'* ™* W " h ^SWu, ,op S,H«> which Ar. beat the Philadelphia Phillies 10-2 Ol '" ans J ; nolti pH ' mpr j » fa , vom ! Io ™* with a seven-hitter Peoria defeated East Chit-ago. ; turn an unprecerlonted second The victory padded the spring Ind • Wp dn««ta.v niRht in overtimei straight time. exhibition record, tops American League clubs. among to 56-52; New Orleans beat Bridge- The field hanrtpirked for this Co ™" ° Pped tourney rivaling the U. S. Open for the. Senators, wh7debut' a tj I ' akPWOwl - N - - T •• 47 ' 37 and Pu'Vtojni, » h"" 5 ribbon event-54 top !Riro outclassed Fort Henry American pros. 14 foreign pros| and 20 fine amateurs—began tee- the home agfcinst the White Sox Mon d lHeights, Ont.. 40-9. Elsewhere Wednesday, the. De-' Bif)d - v teams ^ made «P of ir '* oft at approximately troit Tigers made it two in a row,' 10 -™ 1?> - VPars old and Danger whoi.a.m.. in cool cloudy weather. over Pittsburgh, whipping 1he' nre " ot OVPr r > fflpt 6 - Thp - v P'«. v Fl>( " ldi " Md ' 00(j ' world champion Pirates 12-8: the"" H cmir( ' I0 ** w fwt - *ith'190a U. S. Open New York Yankees beat St. Louis s Vfoot bnskpts , u . PGA champion, led the teeing >ff f «|.f x-i in traditional fashion. si 111C \ttiyS Last year, it took a hirdic- birrlk 1 finish for Palmer Io wrap PlfJY Stftrts U P '" s s(i '' ond M ;|H(cirs w i ( h •"'-• J on rounds of fi7-7,'{-72-70 over the wide sloping fairways and Wednesday Afternoon Ladle,* V. Zeller l7fi, O. Redd 187167, V. Schueler 167-170. C. Wreflth 1H6. K. Beets 189-173. K. Leedy 167, A. Panapinto 170. D. Stotler 160-177, M. Kogel 178-183. S. Nosoworthy 167, D. Fink 176. L. McLain 164, J. (iahle 160, M. Bartow 169. Diamond II. Porter 200. H. Kumpf 205, R. Gauntt 219, A. Crotchctt 222, L Oden 210, R. Schulz 247 (604>, ; ,f. Demunbrun 224. B. Batson 9:30:204- Ola** League Glowers 222-233 1647), Walton Buchanan 210, on the fifth try, 5-4 in 11 innings; Cincinnati d efeated Milwaukee 5-4, San Francisco stopped the Los Angeles Dodgers '2-0; the Boston Red Sox heat Chicago's Cubs 4-3, the White Sox defeated Kansas City 3-1, the Los Angeles An HIGMVOOD. III. (APi—Indian- P*"' art ft v-nj" «j * i 11 «> i~*v».» /»iip,^i». ,i*»ii • - . gels beat Cleveland 5-3 and Min- apolis today opens defense of its depply-rontourwl greens. nesota and Baltimore split a dou-i"t«'niational Little Guys basket- However the way bleheader, the Twins winning 7-4,;ball title against Racme. Wis. rounds went over the lush 6980- _ then losing 5-4 in seven innings.! Other first round games in thc^- 00 "™* a 8amst stronger than; 17] (485) Weeks 168 (473) Os . The Senators backed Donovan I eight-team field for the 6th annual ! usua ' winds - sunny and calm| borne -- — - - 78 and .... ,. winner, and '*>*. ' 7ones 21() ' „, , „,. .lock Hutchison. 77 and the ^^n'Bean 267. Lawson 204. Plunk 244. Majorette T. Strntton 185. Ufert 170, Tnvo 170-160. Mason 188, Bar- tliolnmeu- 168. Hilgert 170. Reoh- ei 160-202 i519». Luening 16»- 18'J. Sawyer 187-190 (513), Horn ACME LANES Wednesday 1 p.m. Ladles Carter 195 (488), Waggoner with a dozen hits, but needed only one while scoring five runs in the sixth inning against a wild Johnny Buzhardt. Jim Bunning went nine Innings for the second time this spring for the Tigers, although allowing 13 hits. Rookie Bubba Morton, Dick Gernert and Rocky Colavito tourney include; Kenosha, Wis ..jweather could bring a rare sub- vs. Homestead, Pa.; San Juan vs. Peoria, III., and Highwood, the 1960 runner-up, vs. New York. Semifinals will be Friday, and the championship game will be Saturday night. Little Guys basketball is for boys 12 years of age or younger, hit home runs off loser Vinegar 1 , and under five feet in height. Bend Mizell and Bobby Shantz. jThey use a smaller ball, shoot at After Bill Skowron kept theja" 8'-i foot high basket instead of Yankees in the game, driving in|10 feet, and play on a 60 by 50- the first four runs with a double j foot court, and three-run homer, slumping Roger Maris singled home the winning run off Ronnie Kline. 280 winning total and perhaps the first triumph by a foreigner or an amateur. Ben Hogan's victorious 274 in 1953 is the record. By Sunday afternoon's nationally televised wlndup, South African Gary Player, 1961's leading PGA money-winner, or an amateur like Jack Nicklaus, the amaxing Ohio State strong boy; current simon-pure champion Stu Miller combined for a six-hit job that handed the Dodgers their first shutout of the spring. Don Blasingame produced the run the Giants needed in the fifth inning with his first home run of the spring, off Stan Williams. Don Buddin, back after a two- week bout with an allergy, ham-1 mered a home run and drove inj another run with a single for thei Red Sox. j 'The White Sox made fine pitch-! ing by Early Wynn and Gerry Staley pay off when Ed Rakowi walked in the winning run in the| eighth inning. Jerry Casale and Ron Moeller! allowed Cleveland just six hits. and Casale opened a clinching three-run fifth for the Angels with a double. Black Hawks, Red Wings in ! Series Final CHICAGO (APi-The Chicago Black Hawks and Detroit Red Wings tonight open the final se-l ries of the National Hockey League Stanley Cup playoffs in> Chicago Stadium—and it will be quite a family affair. James D. Norris is co-owner i and chairman of the board of thej Hawks. The Red Wings are owned j by his brother, Bruce, and sister,' Margaret Norris Riker. They are! heirs of the late James Norris.' founder of hockey's richest dy-; nasty. j The Hawks, who eliminated the| world champion Montreal Cana- diens in six games with 3-0 back- to-back victories, have been installed 13-10 favorites to win the opener of the best-of-seven series. The Hawks have won the cup twice, in 1934 and 1938. The Red Wings have won it seven times, the last time in 1955. The Hawks, who finished the regular season in third, and the Red Wings who barely struggled home in fourth and then whipped the runner-up Toronto Maple Leafs in five games, will make up the first all-United States Stanley Cup showdown since Detroit defeated New York in 1950. i Victory for the Hawks in the| series—which would bring a $54,000 split o| the winner's share- would mark the first time Chicago has had a world champion ship an any sport since the Chi cago Cardinals (now moved to St. Louis) took the National Foot ball League crown in 1947. After tonight's game, with a capacity crowd of 16.666 assured, the series will shift to Detroit Saturday, return to Chicago Mon day and then back to Detroit for the fourth game Wednesday. It necessary, the series will continue at Chicago April 14, at Detroit April 16 and at Chicago April 18. Jury Hear§ More on Basketball Fixing NEW YORK (AP) - The grand jury will hear testimony on the college basketball point-shaving scandal today for the third straight day. jurors adjourned Wednesday after two-and-a-half hours of test iznony- Frank S. Hogaa district tttariwy, qpMn d*cUned to di vgjge the names ol any witnesses Dean Beman; or Billy Joe Pat- jton, who gave fits to the 1954 j Masters field, may have de- George (Moe) Radov i e. h ! throned Palmer. coaches golf and freshmen bas-i The same goes for such mas- ketball at the University of Hers "bridesmaids" as Ken Ven-|Billy Wyoming. (472), Van Trease 187 (462). Carrigan 179 (460), , DIMaio 186, Ochs 177, N. Kohler I 174, Gaffney 169, Reeder 165, Stonestreet 160, Chevalley 154, Kulp 154, Landre 153, G. Kohler 152. Wednesday Night Ladles Franklin 207-196-166 (569), Parker 184-178-176 (538), Brecht 169, Williamson 193-195, Nah- kunst 167-171, Warren 167, Marshall 167-175, Waggoner 162-172. Wednesday Night Eagles ! Holder 213-205 (615). Moehie 200, Housel 202. Widger 201, Carpenter 206, Doc. Parker 203 Casper and Julius Boros. He starred on Poke'turi, last year's one-stroke-behind i who finished in that order behind basketball teams in 1950-52. i runner-up, or Dow Finsterwald, j Palmer and Venturi. *#,( AUTO STOMS CASH or Quick CREDIT Your OLD MOWER is WORTH $$$ TRADE IT I Save! $5 DOWN iesc Liberal 4 ^ TKADf.lN •= for old mower for thh DELUXE 22-INCH MOWER Don't miss thn! Come in—see it, operate K right on our floor—then compare H anywhere! Just for this *a>« ot this price! 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