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MONDAY, APRIL 10,1W1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOB 201. IOWI MAVIN Friday Afternoon Ladle* i H. RWder HI. 194, MO J, Lyerlfl 179. A. Must II Rench 189, O. CWsm ISo. «.. Barton 160, V. Hughes 166, B. Hyndman 156. Cla«sio League . Hli 8!. games: John Stankus (721), Marti 256, 225, _ _ , i I *••• /1 1T1W1 II **A>| 215 (696), B. Showers 226. 225 221 (672), Compls 246. 216, (686), Seattle 246. 224 (I Kallal 246, 234 (660), B. Smith 239, 210. 205 (650), Steiger 246, 216 (644), Edmistor, 266 (639). Coleman 235, 234 (636), Bedwill 244 (626), Erllch 227, 201 (621). A. Smith 217, 214 (610). Laughlin 244 (631). Tittle 223 (606), N. Showers 211, 210 (603), Leady 201, Chappell 212, 105 Kochan 202, 200, Oden 220, Ballard 214, Haycraft 232, Fluck 225, Drainer 209, Pichee 213, 201, Losch 213, Baptist 217, 204, Gordon 200, Tuttle _ Gent Funeral Home 1213 (3193). nilnolA League High games: Nichols 201, 200, DeVault 200, Coleman 241, 222 (644), Coon 200, Bradley 202, Stotler 200, Fensterman 224, 204. RNttfftlppfof Outdoor flu wwsMy rot tnntttnt at the Alton Mototbwtt CW5 on _ jut Creek given by »i* St. Lotrti Pewtr Sqmdfon conttnut tonight beginning at 8 p.m. The topic thli evening te Seamanship. Any interested person may attend and sit In tor only this class or any others during the next two monthi. The subjects are designed to help skippers to en- Joy more pleasant and care-free boating through knowledge of equipment and the elements. WarftvUp Races Set The first warm-up race of the season by the St. Louis Outboard Drivers Club to set for Sunday May 7,'at Creve Coeur Lake, announced race chairman foe Benoist. The Creve Coeur Boat Club will be host. New officers of the latter club and mostly race drivers themselves are Norm Roberts, commodore; Harold Taro, vice commodore; rear commodore John Oortch; secretary Bob Nefahelmer; treasurer Kenny Nicholas; and directors Frank IBIattl, Joe BenoM, Ernie LaRose, Beryl Jeter, and Walter Cmtrtotft. fMtttt OR ft Don't forget every Tuesday at BBgo White Sox havB an opportunJ ly to get off to a goiek lead In fte American League pennant 8 p.m. on St. Louts' education*! recently Inaugurated Sports Away program features boating often. The program Is repeated on Thursdays at 10:15 p.m. Last week the subject was safe boating prac tlcea and a locally filmed movie of the U.S. Coast Guard stopping and Inspecting a pleasure boat was shown. float Plan A new float plan certificate Is being offered free through sever al area insurance agencies. The purpose of the certificate is for you to provide Information where you'll be cruising on your boat. Then if help is needed, it will come faster because the Coast Guard or other rescue agencies will know where to look for you If you are overdue. You may leave the certificate with a responsible person, harbor masters, boat club caretakers or others. Caught Catfish Fish are hard to come by for some anglers even though they try hard, carry much equipment, and bait. 'For example, last Fri„ Ou.bc.rd Anss. that provided the thrilling i action at the boat races on Alton Ontced League iLake last June. Benoist pointed High games : Kruckeberg 205, out that spectators are welcome to Kruse 225, L. Perica 236. B.i attend all their events. Schulz 218. 202, Pichee 223, D., Navlmtton Aids - Pcnnffold, 958 Whltelaw Ave., both of Wood Riv- Lake their Iboat this season get the free cop- chanan 224, 246 f651K Friday Nlte 7 P.M. lies of how to lock through Locks High game: 200, Vandervprdiand Dams at Chain of Rocks, Al- er, fished in Blue Ridge near Fosterburg. Despite efforts all they landed were a 10 and a six-inch catfish. The Hake is 2 miles north and three miles west of Fosterbrug, Jatcko 205, Laughlin 211. Major Women High games: Nuzum )well as Be "Dam" reminded us. Painting Tips For boat refinishing tips, Conscious *****. the Chisox Open Today Against Senators WASMWQtOW Chi- rice, but Manager Al to Lopez The Sox open the season against the new Washington Senators today, and in their first 14 games they meet the Senators and Los Angeles Angels — another new league member—seven times. Sox Cleveland fhfft tifftcs and play four against Boston, a team which finished next to Jwt t,1960. "Sure it would be great to get off to a good start," sayi Lopez, "but don't sell men new teams short. We met Washington in e* hiWtlon games, and they can be rough. "By the end of the season, both Washington and Los Angeles will probably be in the second dlvi- In the other seven games, the |g)on) DUt that doesn't mean they can't get hot and knock off any club two or three times in a series," said Lopz. The White Sox, considering themselves strong contenders for the pennant, were snowed out of their final exhibition game against the Cubs In Chicago Sun day. and Lopez welcomed the day off. "We've worked the boys pretty hard this spring," said the Sox manager. "Maybe the day off will help. We had perfect weather in Florida this spring, and we took advantage of it." With the exception of J. C. Martin at third base, the Sox will field the same team which finished third last year after winning the pennant in 1959. Nevertheless, Lopez thinks his club will be stronger. "We have (better Luly 176, 176, 204 (556), Leady 194, 183 (539), Dabbs 180 (508), Mugge 191, Perica 177, Tittle 185, Brandstetter 177, Haycraft 174, Rechern 193, 225, 214 (632), Chism 177, Bowker 198, 195 (526), Osborne 178 (500), Carrigan 175, Netzhammer 209. •OWL INN Aero Shell 200 bowlers: Peterson 210; Price 208. 201; Frizzell 201. Super Shell 200 bowlers: D. WtUlams 213; Stanley 213; Van Doren 213; Johns 218; Invin 223; Kusmanoff 200; Grieve 217. Commercial 200 bowlers: Baugh 221; Sparks 204, Buehlman 214, Davis 206, Binning 200, 203, Collins 213, 211 f601), Blankenship 203, Sands 215, Hutte 212, Huish 203, Switzer 203, Henson 212, C. Smith 206, Allen 213 (601). Galliner 200. 203, 203 (606). WOOD RIVER BOWL 200 bowlers: Wells 231, Arnold 232, Payne 201, Nelpert 204, Jenkins 213, Gulp 210, Gent 226 <611), Dletel 213, 224 (630), Beckwlth 207, 242 632), Martin i from the Corps of Engineers. 188, i The copies are free and you 210, 200. Drainer 212, Weller 202, Holland 211, 228 (615), Brazier 202 Kuhn 232, J. Kladar 230, Reszler 225, Auramovich 231-269 (679). Solternian 209-216 (609), Warren 201, Black 211, Bruce 242 (619), May 201, P. Kladar 201. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles — Davey Moore, 125%, Springfield. Ohio, stopped Danny "Valdez, 124V4, Los Angeles, 1. SPORTSMAN'S may have as many as you need. Write Office Service Branch, Room 847, 420 Locust St., St. Louis 2, Mo. Launching Party North Shore Yacht Club has set its launching party for Sunday May 7. A feature will be a dinghy race in the harbor by women club members, announced L. 0. Hampe, publicity chairman. Benefit Race The St. Louis Stock Outboard Racing Club has set a benefit race on May 21, at Lake Creve Coeur, announced Matt Woelfle, racing chairman. The club has recently acquired several Greater Altonians as members including Bob Grading and Bill Allen . . . MINNOW BAIT TIPS AT VOUR DESTINATION* CHAN6B BUCKET* vwcnmeRMXMuy so MS ARE ACCLIMATED TO IT WMBN PBRFCfMTED LINER IS 8UB- Ktmm IN COLDER OR WARMER tOCAL W8HW6 WATER. SRAWJAL CHAN6RMAV RGQURR UT MINUTBO. MINNOWS PROM COLD, SWIF& HWHty-ABRATBD CTRRAMB ARC UBS HAROV IN CAPTIVITY THAN THOME THAT INHABIT VMARWMBtt fjONM* STTOy CONTAINING LIBS WUsTflb PUMW THOT HDHOM AiR THROUGH MINNOW PUOOTrl* AND «O-S*Hi|> "tRBATtW BUCKTrg UH W.IN OPbP-VrMMM MM* ,-rcMPpwnMB DOWN. EddieSachsCops Trenton Crotvn TRENTON. N. J. (AP) —Eddie Sachs today is the king of championship auto racing at the Trenton Speedway. Sachs, a veteran 33-year-old driver from Center Valley, Pa., opened the USAC speedway circuit with a smashing victory Sunday. The Pennsylvania tavern owner brought his Dean Van Line special to an easy win in 1 hour, 48.17 seconds over the 100-mile distance. Traveling at an average speed of 98.679 m.p.h., Sachs, the number one starter at the 1960 In- jdianapolis "500", grabbed the | lead on the 31st lap and breezed | home the winner almost a full lap i ahead of Jim Hurtubise of North JTonawanda, N. Y. Irish Setter Captures Title CHICAGO (AP) —Ch. Conifer's Lance, a sleek-red Irish setter owned by Frank and Katherine Wheatley of Buckingham, Allen Park, Mich., emerged from a starting field of 2,917 dogs Sunday night as best in the show at the 21st International Dog Show. Conifer's Lance was led to the victor's circle from the final field of si'' variety group winners that also included the highly touted jet black toy poodle Ch. Cappoquln Little Sister, best in the show at the Westminster Dog Show in New York last February. Conifer's lance was ably handled by Richard E. Cooper, who put the setter through his paces as he won the sporting group title and best in show honors. gest that for removing old paint or varnish use an ordinary infrared or sun lamp. Its just about as effective as using a blow torch and much safer. Hold the lamp about one-inch from the surface until blisters form, then move the lamp slowly along and peel the paint off with a broad knife. When using a previously opened can of paint straining is a must. Take a clean bucket or pail, stretch several layers of cheese cloth over it and secure with a string wrapped several times around the pail pulling the cloth taut. Pour the paint through the cheesecloth using a paddle to work it through. NBA RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday Result Boston 119, St. Louis 104 (Boston leads best-of-seven final series, 3-1) Monday Game No game scheduled Tuesday Schedule St. Louis at Boston PTA to Hear Swiss Consul At Rosewood ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — j Rudolph Scharer, Swiss Consul! _. _ , .., . . ! 'JWtli-I LSI 11,4111 IK, lie OOJO, V.1O.UII" to St. Louis, will be guest |, the acquisitjon of Ca , McLlsh speaker at the 7:30 p.m. Tue*.| a|)d Juan pj zzaro ^ ^ g ^^ day meeting of the Rosewood j endoug boos{ to ^ staf{ School Parent-Teacher Associa* a i«. feels his tion at the school. Scharer will speak and show pictures of "Life in Switzer- j^pez fec i s ft New y ork Y an land", and will discuss the SwissIkees and Baltimore Orioles, both Efed by general consensus to Baby sitting services will be finish ahead of Chicago, will have CINCINNATI (AP)-The Cincinnati Reds and the Chicago Cubs Isn't figure to go anywhere in the National League pennant race this year, but they open the 19B1 season here Tuesday amid an the COVSY CONNECTS ST. LOUIS—Flying through air, Boston's Bob Cousy gets off successful shot through outstretched arms of Bob Pettit of St. Louis Hawks in Saturday's Basketball Association championship playoffs game. (AP Wirephoto) Cargo Ship Sinks Fishing Vessel NEW YORK (AP,-Th P cargo . . _ .. , s ship South African Pioneor sankjthe fishing vessel, the Powhamp a small fishing vessel in a colli- ton, out of Hampton, Va. was killed and another was reported missing. The 9.603-ton Pioneer, out of Cape up two ot the four persons aboard 1 Score will pay didividends this sion in the Atlantic 40 miles south- Herb) east of Cape May, N. season. provided. Mothers of first grade students will be in charge of social hour. Entertains Guests ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — Misses Jackie Schwabe and Rhea, Sheila Rosalie Hettick were entertained by Miss Doris Rogers at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rigers, 229 Maywood Dr. Saturday afternoon. Prizes were awarded for games and refreshments were served. William Becknell blazed the Oregon Trail in 1822. their problems. "The Yankees can field a real good team," sayd Lopez, "but they might have pitching difficul ties, and if anyone of their stars gets hurt, they could be in trouble, because they don't have great bench strength. Baltimore will have troubles in the outfield, and who can say if the tremendous pitching they got last year will come through again? "I'm not predicting we'll win the pennant," said the man who has twice broken through Yankee pnenant dominance since 1949, "but I think we have a great | chance." PREMIUM-QUALITY TIRES PRICED FOR EVERYONE! THE ALL-NEW GENERAL JET-AIR Brings Famed General Tire Quality to the Low-Price Field! Backed by General's 27-month Double Guarantee, this great new Jet-Air Tire offers you premium* quality protection and peace of mind at a new low price. See and drive this great new Jet-Air Tire today! the Coast Guard said. One person • Powhampton. The dead man and the missing were from the Cubs, Cincinnati MM$ In National Loop Debut 'ol-de-rol that always accompanies the Cincinnati opener. The Cubs, In addition, win be opening the season without a manager. They have eight coaches who will share a head conch responsibility, and Vedle Hlmsl vlll be the man In charge for the opener. The Reds always open the sea son at home as a tribute to Cincinnati's being the site of the first professional baseball club. And, as usual, there will be the full house crowd of about 30,000— even though there may be only 5,000 or less on hand Thursday for the second home game. The opener is Cincinnati's big day. William (Dummy) Hoy of Cincinnati, who, at the age of 98, is the oldest living major league bMetmtt player, «JR «W* off to flrst tan. Except for the Red* mflelQ, k«^M Mdnv^MM ^fe ^^ ^^|u IreTe UM.U1GB ID DV IBW n the Itnenpn tram last year. 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