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ALTON KVSNINQ TBUDGRAPH Mo. 2 W in; Cubs Seek First Billy Pierce Debuts Today At Washington ' CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago White ion try « wdfutolayed bid lor tholf Koond victory end the Ghioflgo Gobi Attempt to crack the victory colntnn tot the first tbnt in many partw Thursday. Hie White Sox, rained out at Washington Wednesday, tend BH- ly Htrct (14-7 last year) against titt MW Sfloatort' BMfflte Draieti tt*. The Cote, who had on open Wednesday date, return* at Cincinnati with lefty Dick Ellsworth (7-13) taking on the Redlegs' Bob Hirkey (17-11). The Cubs don't open at home until Friday when they meet the Milwaukee Braves in Wrtgley Field. The White Sox meander to Detroit for a three-game weekend set before bowing in at Com- igkey Park Tuesday against Washington. Biggest Sox news out of Washington was the burglary loss by Minnie Minoso and Al Smith in their hotel room. A snpak-thief lifted $300 from Minoso. whilf Smith lost $200 and his 1959 World Series ring. At Cincinnati, Ellsworth takes on the Redlegs in the same park he made his National League debut in 1958. The Reds humped him for four runs on four hits and three walks in two innings and later he was optioned to Fort Worth. But last year. Ellsworth split two decisions against the Reds. Despite the Cubs' Tuesday opening 7-1 defeat by Cincinnati, Vedie Himsl, "head coach" for thej first two weeks of the season, said the club's multiple coach idea is "working out very well — very good." "We don't vote on any starting lineup," said Himsl, who never has played a major league ACMI LANIS Wednesday l P.M. Ladles > Vantrease 183, 188, (521); Stonestreet 172,187, (500); Waggoner 192, (489); McAdams 178, (469); Carrigan 187, (458); GoessHrttt 182, (451): Cheyalley 184, (442); Garter 177; Sheary 166; McCarthy 166; Kreutz 183; Russell 1.61; tandre 161; Mar- [uis 158; Gaftney 157; Kulp 57; Cambrtfn 155; Roe 181 Nit* Merchants Lamporter 232; Blair 215; Kennedy 218; Panes 222; Signorino 205, 206. Wednesday Reeder 161; Night Ladle* Walkington 169; Franklin 213, 192, (522); Laugh- lln 171; Marshall 161: Gowins 160; Noble 162, 167; Parker in; Brecht 173; Williamson 212, 160; 179. 180. (518); Nahkunst 189, Melling 186, 172; Warren Wednesday Night Eagle* Eggley 218; Blastoff 200; Whetzel 201; F. I/isrh 202, 209; Hanson 203. 67-Year-Old Miler Runs Birthday Mile ROOKIE WINS FOR WINGS DETROIT—Bruce MacGregor, right, 19-year-old rookie with Detroit Red Wines, hugged by veteran* Alex Del- veeemo after MacOregor scored the winning goat in Stanley Cup playoff or, less than two months out of the minors leagues, broke up a tense duel by scoring against the Chicago Black- hawks in third period to give Detroit a 2-1 win. The best of seven series now game Wednesday at Detroit. MacGreg- is tied at 2-2. (AP Wirephoto) a game," but we talk over the probable starters before and after each game. "Everyone feels free to voice his own opinion and, in my case, if another coach doesn't do it, I ask him for his opinion." Fraser Faces Threat From Ron Holmberg HOUSTON, Te*. (AP) - Ron Holmberg challenged Australia's Neale Fraser today as three Americans and five foreign stars entered the quarter-finals of the 27th River Oaks Tennis Tournament Holmberg, No. 5 among U. S. amateurs, was the only top-ranking American surviving the first two rounds of a tournament that has never been won by a foreign entry. Australia's Roy Emerson met Hamilton Richardson hi the day's second match. • Friday's lower bracket quarterfinals place second-seeded Rod Laver of Australia, against Germany's Wolfgang Stuck and Luis Ayala, Chile's -No. 1 player, against Frank Froehling, Coral Gables, Fla, Neal Marcus, Tampa, Fla., survived six points hi an overtime first set Wednesday before bowing top-seeded Fraser, 13-11; to the 8-1. Holmberg, Brooklyn, N. Y., scored a 7-5, 2-6, 6-3 victory over Jerry Moss, Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Emerson, seeded third, defeated Whitney Reed, Alameda, Calif., 6-3, 7-5. Richardson advanced with a 9-7, 6-3 victory over Ronnie Fisher. Laver took a 6-4, 6-1 decision over Billy Talbert, New York City, while, Stuck defeated Reginald Bennett, London, 6-1, 6-1. Ayala eliminated Mexico's Antonio Patefox, 64, 34, M. Froehling defeated Rudy Hernando, Detroit, 6-3, 6-4. CRISS-CROSS COPENHAGEN <£>) - A former Roman Catholic priest, Thorbjorn Moller. has applied to the Church of Denmark (Lutheran) to enter its ministry— reportedly the first such case in recent times, However, two former Lutheran clergymen in Denmark recently became Roman Catholic priests. River Ripples Outdoors with Harold Brand Encourage Newcomer* Veteran sportsmen should promote and encourage the younger generation to participate in and learn various outdoor recreations, said .Jess Edwards, a spokesman for the Piasa Pointer and Setter Club. In order to keep any sport active it is necessary to continually add new blood and recruits. A good example of this theory occurred last Sunday during the Field Trial sponsored by the Piasa Club. "Out of a field of U winners, seven of them were new at the sport," Edwards said. "And best ol all, the trophy takers won them *under regular , field -trial rules that weren't easecl for thej occasion. All sportsmen will do well to give newcomers an opportunity to compete and to teach them rudiments of their field of sport. 1 Wings Whip Hawks, 2-1, Even Series DETROIT (AP) — Faced with the problem of winning in Chicago or conceding the Stanley Cup to the Chicago Black Hawks, the Detroit Red Wings and their newest hero—rookie Bruce MacGregor— were off today to see if they can negotiate the soft ice in Chicago Stadium. "If this winning at home business keeps up, we're going to lose out," said Detroit Coach Sid Abel after his Whigs had knotted the series at two games each with a 2-1 victory Wednesday night on MacGregor's third period goal. from farmers whose drainage I The best-of-seven series contin- ditches and tiles, have,been block-yes Friday night and returns to ~ J "•" "' '<•""• <« 'Detroit Sunday night. If a seventh | game is needed, it will be played nois Federation of Sportsmen's Oubs was meeting with the Department of Conservation at the time and letter was received and here is a reply by Royal B. McClelland, executive secretary of the Federation: "It was the opinion of our committee and confirmed by the Department of Conservation men present that a longer season for trapping beaver was unwarranted. This same advice has been j given to biologists me by several throughout the game state. And we have had some complaints ed. our intensely cultivated areas the beaver havejjfo.ven njore of a detriment than a. help. Their dam building has not been of help to water conservation when its done hi a drainage ditch. Unfortunately we have more corn and bean land than marsh and farmers balk at having beaver if they flood out land they want to cultivate. "Hide prices have gone so low that very lew trappers are interested in trapping beaver. It is of course going to be difficult to get trappers to take them where they are a pest and leave them alone where they are wanted. But, we fell that more lenient beaver trapping regulations will likely do more good than harm." Trial Results Winners and handlers hi order named were Puppy Stakes; Sue a pointer female, Rube Wright. Humbert road; Lil a pointer female, also Wright; and third place ties, Danny a pointer male, Art Llndsey, Wood River, and Sapnire Red a pointer male, Bob .Dagger of Wood,River. Amateur Shooting Dog Stake in which actual hunting conditions were simulated as much as possible with live birds and shotguns. Winners were: Jim Spike a pointer male, Ernest Garret, Wood River; Jeff a setter male, Ronny Whightman, Godfrey; and Linda, a German Short Hair female, Charles Carter, of Alton. Amateur Derby winners were: Lady Willow Creek a pointer female, Norman Mondy of Alton; Lady a pointer female, Howard Lewis Jr., Godfrey, a teenager; and third place tie Nebraska Ripper a Brittany Spaniel, Art Oar' bin, Wood River, and Blue Demon Jr. a male English Setter, Jew Edward*, 269 Herbert St. Trapgbooting Range The club wiU begin its field trial season again next fall. However members will use the trapshooting range on its grounds miles northwest of the Godfrey Y Qiimmnv TJMwords PonnlnHpH fc "HO* EARTHWORMS ARB NEAR sumraei, towards conciuaea.['-run«i, BBAl - B nc nAuaaamiMn Beaver OontrovejWuy Recently this column ottered. suggestion McAdams by Duke CummlncM, Highway, a commercial trapper and fisherman, that it might be better all around for beaver trapping season to be set to coincide wtih trapping season of ether fur bearers. Cumminac told reasons why in his article. An area sportsman wrote the Conservation Department after leading the story and asked that beaver season be closed. The Illi- SPORTSMAN'S westr WORM-GATH TRICKS N3 THE WJRFACK OF EARiy IN THE SEASON,-THBy CAN SOMETIMES BB BROUGHT ON TOP W VIBRATIONS FROM A PORK OH •tAKB DWVBN INTO THE EARTH. BUR/ A 8PAOINO FORK'S TtNBS DEB* IN -rm SOft* THBJ4 SHAKE TM» HANW* VlttMtoUSty FOR A HANPUI wrw AWHT tncx OP CAUJNp fHAJWR VIBRA- OP A fm mt .PMP «W MM PW*Ki t*N<* DWVBH 10* in Chicago Tuesday night. The Hawks therefore have the advantage and earned it by finishing higher in the National Hockey League 'than did the fourth place Red Wings who have won but one game in Chicago all season. While the Red Wings were all aglow over the guarantee of re turning to Detroit for another game, the Black Hawks were fuming over the officiating by Referee Frank Udvari Wednesday night. "He's gutless or Adams (Jack Adams, Detroit general manager) has him scared to death," mut tered Tommy Ivan, theyHawk general manager. For the first time hi the series the team which scored first did not go on to win. Red Hay put the Hawks hi front Wednesday night with a goal at 7:34 in the second period but one minute and 14 sec onds later Delvecchio tied it up while the Hawks had a man in the penalty box. That was the way it stood until MacGregor put through the winning goal at 13:10 of the third. Magic Show Set for Friday At Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL - A magic show will be presented Friday at 8 p.m. at Bunker Hill High School gymnasium by John Fabjance of Bethalto, under the sponsorship of the class of 1962. Proceeds from the show will be used to pay the expenses of this year's junior- senior banquet. The show, which is entitled "Wonderama" will be presented by Fabjance who has appeared on the Jackie Gleason show and who once assisted the famous Blackstone with his magic show. BOWL INN Western Mid-Nile Schoemveis 202; Storm er 202; Durbin 205. Shell X-100 Clark 209J Appleby 212; Nash 222: Mellor 224; Skrobul 210; Robinson 208; Weger 201. Premium Shell Williams 206; Luchitich 218; Skei 212; Schtadewolf 225, 203, (607); Fiessel 216; Buese 201; Manns 213, 205; McConnell 202, 205; 208; Wharry 200; Zumwalt 256, McCormick 200, (637); Downer 201, 219; Harris 203; Hubach 221; Bast 201; Nelson 210. Wednesday Ladled Plopper 184, 177; Zimmerman 171; Corflatis 184, 205, Smith 180; Pedone 188, Schreiber 172. Alt-Wood League (554); (512); Yates 202, 203, 203, (608); Wii- chek 200; Sheets 207, 256. 213, (676); N. Chester 221, 203; L. Harrison 226: Grissom 203, 201; Crepps 202, 226, (611); Greene 200; Sands 213, 208; Allen 206; Pape 223, 213, (626); Pedone 222; Corfiatis 246, 210, (622); Erlich 220; Henson 205, 245, (627); Yenne 233, (612); Weigler 202; Smith 227; Hays 209; Taylor 237. BOWL HAVEN Majorette E. Stratton 169; I. Stratton 171; Fowler 161; Recher 221, (536); Luening 160, 180, (519); Foster 163. Diamond K. Dickerson 208; R. Schuls 201; R. Peck 204. Wednesday Afternoon F. Donelson 167; V. Schueler' 165: A. McCoy 181; E. Beets i 179; C. Rhoads 167; V. Zeller 169, 160; G. Mills 174; R. Taylor 171, 168; L. McLain 166, 182. By JERBV LIBRA Prem Sport* Writer GARY, Ind. (AP) — Little Joie Ray, who set a world's mile record of 4:12 in 1925, turned 67 today—planning to run his customary "birthday mile" In chill, dismal weather. Chestie Jofft (5-5) may not be remembered by the young folk of this jet age and era of the sub four minute mile, but he Is a trusty milestone for the grey- bears of track and field. HP competed in three Olympics and never did run what he considered his bt>st race. "With all these vitamins and super practice routines, I think maybe t Just was born too soon for this mile-running glamor of today," said Ray, who is a retired steel mill hand and now an odd- job man. This is the sixth year Ray has 1 rotted a birthday mile—his best lime being 5:50.0 three years ago Said Jole: "Pvp been running two milps a day with w£alher boots on to get in shape, but if it's too cold I'll take it rasy. Anyway, want to get it over with." Hr ran today at the oval of Horace Mann High School with several school officials scheduled to clock him. "But, I'll just carry my own watch to see they give me the right," cracked Joie. Ray now seems to be laughing at Father Time as he once did the famed Flying Finn, Paavo Nurmi, who complained of cramps and failed to go against Joie in Madison So^iare Garden when he set his mile world 4:12.0 mark without being pressed. "I think I will run as long as 1 live," said Ray, "and I have set my age limit at 100. I have a lot of family background says I'll make it. "My great grandfather was IDS vhen he dlerl in seeming good health. They said he just died of old age. One grandfather of mine reached 82. My dad and mother each passed away a few months <hy of 80." Ray, who collected some 950 medals, ribbons and trophies when track was a real elbow-bumping rugged battle over rough strips s an amazingly independent old :hap. In his little home on two acres of land in East Gary, he does his own cooking, washing and ironing Is he lonely?' "No I'm stil pretty good on the trumpet t>lay soloes at church onde in awhile, and I bang on the family piano," Joie said. "I like to watch baseball on TV and this summe I'll be back water-ski-ing and skin diving." Officers Elected By Moose Edward Baker was elected governor of Alton Moose Lodge Wednesday night. He will succeed Frank Wendie. Other officers elected: Frank Patschull, junior governor; Roland Kelly, prelate; Casey Hansen, treasurer; Stoker Adamson, trustee. Holdover of fleers are Secretary Frank Harris and Trustees Norman Forgcy and Richard French. The officers will be installed April 23 at 2 p.m. by past Gov. Leroy Taylor. Women of the Moose will serve as escorts. No time your Seiberling WEST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Stewart Glass 211; Glowers 214;! Lawson 211; Pace 216. Mixed Men: J. Boone 218; B. Redd 213; G. Lamport 213; L. Russell 210; D. Cope 210. Women: E Recher 188, 185, (543); M. Beckman 176; E. Croxford 161; L. Horn 132, 132, 132, (396). Wednesday Business Men Ramsey 200; Bosoluke 201; Davis 209; Pruitt 235; Hohman 224; Marshell 206. WOOD RIVER BOWL Wednesday Senior Merchants Echols 202; Steck 200; V. Barnhart 226; R. Barnhart 212; Feezel 212; Solterman 215, 245, (619); J. Kladar 216; C. Moore 255, 224, (663); Wells 244, 258, 1961 \ "Miss Alton \ i Pageant" \ i April 15-7:30 p. m, * .0/9 (686); Arnold 200; 208; Hofgren 211, Howell 226; Gent Harrelson 203, (613); 208; King 203; Sowders 223; Cunningham 215, 248, 221, (684); Bruggeman 201; Roderick 201, 204; Ziesset 201; Shilling 211; Bowland 200; F. Kladar 200; ~ ' man 204, 212; Waggoner Devine 206, 213. Jersey Baptist Loyalty Dinner Set for Friday JERSEYVILL E— Members and friends of the First Baptist Church wil attend the complimentary loyalty dinner to be held at the Jersey Community School at 6:30 p.m. Friday, proximately 350 are expected attend. A nursery is bein vided at the church during time of the dinner and program. Those taking part in nlng's program will be the pastor, The Rev. Harold Lane, Illger Beckner, Jack Rice, Mrs. Janet Feyerabend, Mrs. Annette Smith, 0. G. Leach and the campaign director, the Rev. Michael ott. SANDRAN VINYL ASIISTOS FLOOR TILE Only FUSTIC WALL TILE Marble and *patt*r latest colors— they last- ASPHALT FLOOR TILE LOW As "B" group Brown and white with rutset and Mack and white marble "C" group and deluxe color* »li»htly bister. Cart el M INCH—illtHT SICONDS GONQOWALLI ArMffWrt IffaMrtAwdM UNUUM Edward N. Polen of WOKZ Master of Ceremonies Tickets on (tale at following location* and at the door: PHELAN'S PAINT- WALLPAPER STORE 101 W. Broadway—Alton RAIN A/G Super Shop FOOD MART 222 Eavt Elm—Alton OR SEE ANY JC or MISS ALTON CONTESTANT! 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