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18 EVENING TELEGRAPH Jimmy IB, 1«56, ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, APRIL 15,1981. So Per Copy Member of Tht AiWdated Ptm DO* PLARiKI AntitintlptmUHtr If you had * iharp ey* en Thursday's edition you would hivt aotlcwl that in 1965 th« University of Illinois plays seven Imna footbfcll gtm«« ml ot 10 scheduled that year. In IMS the Ullnl Inanimate • HHmme selMtnte for the flnl time In tfttmte history, team* the mini will play at horn* In '88 are Oregon State, Southern Methodist tnl- versrty, Indiana, Date, Purdue, Mlohujan and Northweirt«rn. Howetet, they have tfcree tottghles on the road-Mlchljan Steto, Ohio State and Wisconsin. • • * School boards throughout the state will be meeting between now and April 28 to discuss the return of the Sweet 18 basketball tournament issue and direct their respective principals to vote for either 16 or-elght teams. April n in the deadline for return of ballots In the referendum set down by the Illinois High School Association. Around May 1 results of the referendum «r« expected to be announced. Thte writer has a sneaking suspicion that schools thiough- out the state will favor the return of the Sweet 16 but with the stipulation that 16 teams will not take part in the finals until the new University ot Illinois Assembly Hall is completed and ready for the high school stars. Purely speculative thoughts, though. Charles Olckersoti, farmer Roxanu High School grldder, has moved up to the first team in spring practice at the University of Illinois. Dickerson, a 6-2, 270-pounder, is holding down the tackle slot. the team. Oilers Hand Roxana First Defeat, 3- Kahoks' Power Subdues Alton Redbirds, 5-1 The Alton High Rcdbirds dropped their >8ixth game of the season «s they were beaten by the CoUinsville Kahoks, 9*1, here at North Junior High Friday afternoon In a Southwestern Conference game. Catcher Fred Kreitemeyer was the "horse" for the Kahoks as he smashed two home runs which were good for three RBIs. Terry Bub was credited with the win as he struck out 10 and walked one. CoUinsville made it 4-0 with a flurry of runs in the fifth inning. Second baseman Ed Eska doubled, center fielder Mark Meyer hit Unto a fielder's choice and Eska Shell Runners Beat Jerseyville, 7246 JERSEYVILLE - The Roxana Shell track team scored a 72-46 win over the Jerseyvtlle Panthers in a dual track meet Friday al- ternoon. The Shells took or tied 11 firsts out of the 14 events. Roxana had three boys score Thomas. Fraser, Hughes). Time 1:37.5. 440-yard dash — (R). Time Keller Chandler (J). Brundles (J) - :54.5. lK)-yard low hurdles — Thomp son (RK Anderson (J). Menzie (J). Time .-21.5. Jews- _ (R} wins in two events. Doug Thomp- j M))e run _ Vahle son took fh'st In the 120-yard highj hl|ry (J} Helmcamp (R). Time hurdles in :15.7 and the 180-yard ' -. M 7 low hurdles in : 21 .5 Fred Hughes! ' took both dash events. He copped' thr 100 in :10.5 and the 220 in :21.5. Ron Thomas won the broad jump with a leap of 19 ft. IH inches and tied for first with two other boys in the high jump with a jump of 5 ft. 7 inches. hoff (J). McLane (R>. Distance— 44 ft, 11 inches. Mile relay — Jerseyville (Jewsbury, Phipps, Chandler, Brandies). Time — 3.43.8. 220-yard dash — Hughes (R). Fraser (RK Keubrich (J). Time . scored on an error by the pitch-1 Dennis McLane turned in a fine _. er. Kreilermeyer then followed pt . r formunco in the discus with a; j^ gh ' junip _ (three-way tie for with a two-run homer. Short stopi| U . a ve of 144 ft. 3 inches to win; fjl . st ]a( . e) Bee) , (R1 T h om as (R) Sltlged adthc evetrt - ^nd Chandler (J). Height - 5 ft. He is only a sophomore and is the biggest man on George Brooks, former Alton High footballer, is on the second team at Illinois. The 6-3, 191-pound junior mans the right end post for Coach Pete Elliott and his staff. * * * In case you didn't know it, there Is also a rating system for college baseball ala football and basketball ratings. The number one college team at the present is perennially powerful Southern first baseman Bob Basola walked. Right fielder Bob Meadows then hit into a forceout and left i fielder Jim Carnino lined a run j producing single. 1 Alton cut the score to 4-1 in | the bottom of the inning as left fielder Frank Bemis blooped a single to center. Center fielder Bill Roettaers singled and Curry, 1 H °8 ue fR1 Mckillzc (R) ' »i«inntnrr frt»' Domfu timni fn thiivl """" *• !"•**• went to third, home on a fly by California, which has a 20-4-1 record. In second place is Arizona with a 29-3 mark. Teams in the southern part of the country dominate the I homered in the top of the sixth 'with a blast over the left field running for Cuiry came i catcher Mack Kelly. Kreitemeyer 'Hie Shells are competing in 171; inches. the Hurst-Bush Mineral Area re- Broad jump — Thomas (R). lays at Carbondale this afternoon. Chandler (J). Hughes <R). DisSummaries: ' tance 19 ft. 1% inches. 120-yard dash — Hughes (R>.i Pole-vault — Macias (R). (two- Fraser (R1. Bugg (R). Time —(way tie for second place) Cadle 10.5. ' j'R) and Menzie (J). Height —10 880-yard run — Jewsbury (J*. ft- 6 inches. j Time, Discus — McLane (R). Egel-l ihoff (P). Phipps (J). Distance — WILMA VISITS KENNEDY ratings since they have the jump on northern teams in starting their seasons and playing in much warmer weather early in the season. Only team from the Midwest in the top 10 is Minnesota, last year's national champion. The Gophers currently own a 10-3 record and are ranked 10th. » * * Among the letter winners at Eastern 1'Uinois University at Charleston the past winter season were Jim Hellrung of Roxana and Paul Stracke of Wood River. Hellrung earned a letter in basketball while Stracke copped a letter in wrestling. • * * Awarded varsity "Ns" at Illinois State Normal University this past basketball season were two former Edwardsville cagers, Buzz Shaw and Dale Haywood. Shaw served as co-captain at ISNU along tfith John Swart of Hartsburg. * • * Two former U. of Illinois athletes are currently playing with the San Francisco team—Tom Haller and Charlie Hilier. Haller, a catcher, has tremendous power and is rated the rookie with the best potential on the Giant squad. His first hit in the major leagues was a homerun against the Pirates. Haller was a quarterback for the Ulini during his football days. Killer, a second baseman, is rated the hottest, young prospect with the Giants. * • • One of the teams this writer feels will cause a lot of anguish among the contenders for the American League flag this year is the Minnesota Twins. The transplanted Senators have good power in Bob Allison, Harmon Killebrew and Jim Lemon and two of the top young pitchers lit the game In Pedro Ramos and Camilo Pascual. Of course prejudice enters the picture some because of Allison. While playing against Allison in the minors a few years ago, one could see he had all the tools to become a major leaguer. Big, strong and with plenty of power, Allison is a hard worker and is surprisingly fast for his size. He's 6-4 and weighs 220. A right handed swinger, Allison is rated the Twin likeliest to improve. • • • A couple stabs in the dark: Hank Aaron will win the batting title in the National League and Ernie Banks will cop the homer crown. In the American League Al Kallne will lead hitters and Mickey Mantle will front the power derby. fence. Don Muensterman was the loser for tlie Redbirds as he went six innings, striking out five and walking four. Jim Norvell relieved in the seventh. Alton has yet to win a contest and stands 0-6-1 and 0-4 in the conference. It will host Marquette Monday at North Junior. Collinsville is 1-2 in the loop. Colllnsvllie (5) Player AB R M Eska Meyer Krlet'yer Simpson Basola Meadows Powell Mueller Carnino Bub 3 1 4 1 4 4 4 1 Alton (1) Player AB R H 2 Fowler 0 Dawson 2 2 Jurezlz 0 1 Mlnsker 0 Bemis 300 Curry 301 Roettgers 200 Ulrlch 101 Kelly 300 Boyer Sumner Mun'man Wyatt Norvell 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 3 0 201 110 201 0 0 0 0 200 i o o 100 000 Totals 30 5 7 Totals 21 1 3 INNING: Colllnsvllie Alton 1234567 RH E 000041 0—9 7 0 000010 0—1 3 2 Liston Wants To Break Away From Manager PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Sonny Liston, the No. 1 contender for the heavyweight boxing title, says he will quit the ring and go back o his job breaking concrete un- ess he can choose a new man- asking Pep (Joseph Ba- CM Thinclads Roll OverTriadRimners ager. 'I'm rone) to give up his contract with me so I can get a title fight," Liston said Friday. Floyd Patterson has refused to defend the heavyweight title against Liston until he breaks away from some of the people J atterson says have a financial nterest in him. "The way it is now, Patterson von't fight me because of the BETHALTO — The Civic Me- mortal Eagles took an 85 1-3 to 32 2-3 track decision in a dual meet with Triad Friday afternoon. Civic Memorial had two boys who scored big in the meet. Ken Allison took first in three events. He won the 100 in 10.6, the 220 in 25.2 and the broad jump with 18 ft. 8 inches leap and ran a leg on the winning 880-yard relay team. Dan Cathorall scored two wins. He took the mile run in 5:10.6 and the 880 in 2:11.1 and ran a leg on the winning mile relay team. Civic Memorial will host Gillespie for a dual meet Tuesday afternoon. Summaries: 120-yard high hurdleB-Coleman (CM). Evilsizer (CM). Grew (CM). Time-18.6. 100-yard dash-AUison (CM). Keefe (CM). Aniesieger (T). Time-10.6. 880 - yard run - Cathorall (CM). Mile relay - Civic Memorial (Dunscombe, E. Wanich, Guer- termouse, Cathorall). Time-4:03.1. Shot put - Heinlein (T). Chenne (T). Astrariska (T). Distance 48 ft. 4 inch. Discus - Heinlein (T). Chenne (T). Brenkendorf (T). Distance- 128 ft. 8 inch. High jump - Greer (CM). Landrith (CM) and Coleman (CM) three-way tie for first place. Height - 5 ft. 4 inches. Pole vualt - E. Wanich (CM). Smith (CM). M. Wanicb (CM). Hinschon (T). three-way tie Luois 2:U4. (T). Becber (T). Time- 880 • yard relay • Civic Memorial (Keefe, Crump. Millar, Allison). Tta»4:44440 - yard dash - Johnson IT) Quertermowv (CM). Bunscowbe (Of). Time-38.6. 180 - yard tow hurtles • Gon(CM). Taylor (CM). EvU- (CM). Ttofl-23.3. liile run - CattoflUl (CM). L*wis (T). IBstoo (CM). Tta§> • yard 4ad> Keefr (CM). Crump (CM), /2S.2, and for Johnson (T) third place. Height -10 ft. 3 inches. Broad jump • Allison (CM). Keefe tance (CM). Freeman 18 ft. 8 inches. (T). Dii- American Assn. Begins Season By TUB A880CUTKP PBKM* The venerable American Association, reduced to six clubs representing seven cities, opens its 60th consecutive professional baseball season Saturday. The schedule and probable pitchers: Denver (M Donnelly) at Dallas (Hugh Pepper) Omaha (Dick Scott or Nek CWttuMi) at Indtonapoiig (Cloyd Buyer or Don Rudolph (Bobby BoU) at Houston (Al lory). The Dallas-Fort Wortb Rangers agate will perform as a single ehife, wife 45 tone games at Dallas and 3D at Fwt Wortfe. Early Troubles Still Plague Si. Louis Cards ST. LOUIS (AP)—It's a little! early for comparisons, but there! are signs the St. Louis Cardinals! may have trouble reversing their} raditional losing start. The Redbirds have scored only nine runs in three games, and some of their young pitchers ha%-e md rough going in the infant National League season. The club may need more scoring punch to contend for the pennant. The Cardinal home opener was spoiled before 19,077 Friday night at Bus#T Stadium. The Cincinnati Reds landed on Al Cicotte and Bobby Tiefenauer in a five-run ninth inning for a 7-3 victory. Starter Curt Simmons pitched excellent ball, giving up only tour hits and two runs before he was relieved with two but and one on n the eighth. Simmons singled home one run and walked with" the bases loaded o force in another. The other run came on a home run by 40-year- old Stan Musial, the 430th of his 20-year career. Except for that, the Redbirds men he says are behind Pep," Liston said. U.S. Senate subcommittee has called Barone a front man for Frank (Blinky) Palermo and Prankie Carbo. Barone, of Allentown, Pa., was not available for comment. Liston, who has won 34 of 33 fights, said h\v wants Barone to give him the contract, reportedly worth $125,000 which has two of its five years left to run. "We're good friends and 1 think he'll do it," Listen said. Barone, who has reported several offers for the contract, has said, "It's not tor sale." Alton Golfers Top Centralia CENTRALIA — Alton High School's golfing team won its second match of the season against one loss here Friday afternoon when the Redbirds trounced Centralia High School 9-1, at Meadow Woods County Club. This morning the Redbirds hosted Jacksonville in a dua match at Rock Spring course. Friday summaries: Bob Goulding (A) def. Barry MiUer (C), 41-43. Tom Muehleman (A) def. Tony Burroughs (O, 48-58. Bill McBride (A) def. Bill FefgUttOfi (O, 43-57. Larry Ward (A) del. Mike 880-yard relay — Roxana (Bugg,| M4 ft. 3 inches. Stay In Scramble With Win By ED W1LKS Associated Press Sports Writer Southpaw Mike McCormick out- dueled right-hander Art Mahal- fey in a double three-hitter as the San Francisco Giants defeated Philadelphia 2-0 Friday night and remained in second place behind Cincinnati in the National League with their third straight victory. The unbeaten Reds also won their third in a row, scoring five runs in the ninth at St. Louis for a 7-3 decision. Pittsburgh defeated Los Angeles 6-3, and the Chicago Cubs edged Milwaukee on a two-out two-run homer by Sammy Taylor in the ninth. McCormick walked two, struck WASHINGTON — President Kennedy chats in his office Friday at the White House with VVilma Rudolph, winner of three gold medals in last year's Olympic games. Wihna, a student at Tennessee State, won the 100 and meter races in Rome and was anchor runner on the winning 400-meter relay team. (AP Wirephoto) attack left something to be desired. They wasted scoring chances, as they had in a 5-4, 11- inning loss in chilly Milwaukee Thursday. The Reds, now unbeaten in three ;*ames. could do little with St. i-ouis pitching until the big ninth—with one exception. The exception was burly Wally Post, who smacked a double, triple and Herculean two-run sixth inning lomer. Cicotte took the defeat, as he was charged with three of the five ninth-inning runs. Ex-Cardinal Eddie Kasko drove in the run which broke a 3-3 tie, and the icer was Frank Robinson's two-run single. SPURNS OFFER out five and didn't until sixth Ruben inning Amaro with a allow a hit led off the single. The good pitching from John Henry and Norman Kolb as they carted off their third Catholic League victory by dumping Chaminade, 6-1, here Friday after noon at Riverfront. Henry worked three innings giving up one unearned run and three hits. Kolb worked the last four innings and was credited with the win. He struck out eight, gave up one hit and walked three. Chaminade took a 1-0 lead in the first inning as second baseman Don Gerhart was safe on an error. He later scored when left fielder Grey Heiman got on on a nerror. The Explorers came back to Phils had runners on second and third with one out in the seventh, after singles by Tony Taylor and Bobby Gene Smith and a sacrifice, but McCormick walked Pancho Herrera intentionally, loading the bases, and then got Cal Neeman to hit into a pitcher-home- first double play. The Giants had almost as tough a lime with Mahaffey, 22, a right- lander. A wild pitch gave the antn a run in the first inning after three walks loaded the bases. Mahaffey, who walked six and struck out six, then allowed just a pair of infield singles before Willie Mays belted his first home run in the eighth. An error and four consecutive hits—a double by Dick Groat and singles by Bob Skinner, Roberto Clemente and DickStuart—gave the Pirates a clinching, four-run third against Sandy Koufax. South- aaw Joe Gibbon was the winner, iie lost a shutout on Tommy Davis' eighth-inning homer, and then lost a shot at his first complete game in the majors when an error and two singles loaded the bases with none out in the ninth. Ex-Dodger Clem Labine saved it. A single by Al Heist came before Taylor's winning shot on a 3 ptich by Milwaukee's Bob Buhl. Don Elston won it in relief. fcoulh (C), MUc# 49-50, (A> 44-50- def. Don Kirk. Memphis fitote basketball itar, turned down a $1,000 bribe offer to control the j point tprwMi in bi» team'* game with VtUiuova la«t February, according to Dr. C, C. Humphreys, t of MSUrHum- Mld tfc* offer was to Kirk by au ntified eaU*r from York two days be- SPORTS ON TELEVISION Saturday, April 15 Bowling P.M. 4:00—8 Championship Bowling: Glenn Allison \» Kay Bluth 1:00—5 Bowling Stars: Billy Welu v* Joe Krtetef. Golf 5:00—8 AU - Star Golf: qick Uetc VB Bill Coliiiu Boxing it :OU— a right of tiio Week : Spider Webb v» Oiok Tiger. 10- round midtiie- weigbt. ilttb-11 Wmtling Sunday, April P.M. Pre-FeotfaaU IW Uwl Pitching Sparkles O JL As Explorers Win By JERRY BAGLEY Telegraph Sports Writer The Marquette Explorers Frank Hurls Brilliant One-Hit Effort Heck Allows Just One Hit, Helps Attack ROXANA - The Wood River Oilers handed the Roxana Sheila their first defeat of the season here Friday afternoon ai John Heck allowed just one hit in a 3-0 conquest. Heck allowed just one scratch hit, a single by Bob Ray off shortstop Ron Milligan's glove. Heck struck out 11 and didn't issue a walk. Gllllcksrud and Harris shared pitching chores for Roxana, Harris hurling the last inning. GUllcksrud was the loser. He struck out four and walked four. Wood River scored its first run in the opening frame when second baseman Sam Ladd walked, stole second and came around on Heck's single to right. The Oilers scored again In the sixth on centerfielder Jim Blackledge's walk and catcher Bob Blackledge's double. In the seventh right fielder Lee Davis and Heck put triples back to back for the final Oiler run. Heck's win was his second of the season. He was also the hitting star of the day with 2- for-4. Wood River boosted Its record to 5-1 with the victory while Roxana is now 4-1. This morning the Oilers traveled to Belleville for a Southwestern Conference game against the Maroons. got i take the lead, 2-0, In the bottom [of the inning. First baseman Tom Scyoc singled, third baseman Joej Eichorn walked, and catcher Dave Huber singled in both runs after a theft. Marquette scored another in the fifth when second baseman Tom Holden singled and then came home on an error. The Explorers added their final three markers in the sixth. Center fielder Bill Warren walked, short stop Mark Haynes singled and John Henry singled in Warren. Scyoc lofted a sacrifice fly and Holden batted in the final run with a single. Right fielder Jim McPike made a dazzling catch in the third inning as he speared a long line drive off the bat of Greg Heiman. Rick Berkmeyer was charged with the loss even though he pitched a creditable game. The Exployers are now 3-1 in the loop and 5-2 overall. They will meet Alton Monday. Chaminade Wood River <3) Player AB R H Ladd 210 Burk Heck Mtlltgan Proctor Frazler 200 Ray 402 Kunz 0 0 Heinz 300 Parsons By Minnesota Kansas City Los Angeles Chicago Cleveland Detroit Washington Boston New York Baltimore THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. '0 1.000 0 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 Saturday Games Kansas City at New York Cleveland at Washington Minnesota at Baltimore Chicago at Detroit Los Angeles at Boston Friday Results Detroit 7. Chicago 0 Minnesota 3, Baltimore 2 ( Washington 3, Cleveland 2 Only games scheduled Sunday Gamei> Kansas City at New York i2) Cleveland at Washington Minnesota at Baltimore (2) Chicago at Detroit Los Angeles at Boston (2) Monday Game* No games scheduled .stands 2-0 overall league. and in the Chaminade (1) Player AB R H Player B.Hovland 301 Scyoc 000 Holden 1 1 Eichorn Marquette (6) AB R H Hummel Gearhart Koester 1 0 0 Huber 300 Kolb 1 1 1 1 0 1 300 3 0 1 VanBuren 1 0 0 _IEI1 .. ! Murawskl T.Hovland 1 Meyers 3 Esstman 1 (N) National League Cincinnati San Francisco Los Angeles Pittsburgh Chicago Milwaukee St. Louis Philadelphia W. 3 3 o Pot. G.B. 2 2 2V 3 (N) (Ctewpihtd by TV Myett) 1.000 .750 .500 .500 .333 .333 .333 .250 Saturday Games Milwaukee at Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis Pittsburgh at Los Angeles Philadelphia at Sail Francisco Friday UeMilt* Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2 Cincinnati 7. St. Louis 3 (N) San Francisco 2, Philadelphia 0 (N) Pittsburgh 6, Los Angeles 3 (N) •und»> Game* Milwaukee at Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis Pittsburgh at Los Angeles Philadelphia at San Francisco Monday Ctaues St. Louis ut Lot> Angeles (N) Only game scheduled Bery'yer Thompson 300 Warren 2 0 1 Haynes 0 0 McPike 0 0 Osborne 00 Henry 3 1 2 200 1 0 0 Totals 25 INNING: Chaminade Marquette 1 4 Totals 27 6 8 1234567 RHE 10000 00—1 4 2 200013 X—fl 8 S By ED WILKS Press Sports Writer Right-h a n d e r Frank Lary pitched the first one-hitter of his career, and missed a no-hitter by inches on Jim Landis' scratch single off shortstop Chico Fernandez' glove in the fifth inning, as the Detroit Tigers gained their first victory of the season Friday, 7-0 against the Chicago White Sox. Minnesota's unbeaten Twins edged winless Baltimore 3-2 and Washington won its first, also 3-2, against Cleveland in the only other games scheduled in the American League. Lary, just turned 30, walked only two — retiring 13 in a row after Landis' hit before giving up a pass to pinch-hitter Earl Torgeson in the ninth — and struck out five with his assortment of curves, sliders and fastballs. He faced 30 men, three over the minimum. It was Lary's first shutout against the White Sox, who went down behind Frank Baumann, last year's earned run leader. The Chicago southpaw, who svon Monday's opener in relief at Washington, was belted for five hits and three runs in the first two innings with Al Kaline's double bringing in the run Lary needed in the first. Bob Shaw then gave up the other four Detroit runs in the third inning. Camilo Pascual, the other half of Minnesota's one • two pitching punch with Pedro Ramos, gave the Twins their second victory with a five-hit job against the Orioles. The curve-balling right-hand- er walked two and struck out 12, Prultt Smith J.Bl'edge 211 B.Bl'edge 201 Cobb 300 King Rltter 201 Gul'rod 211 Davis Roxana (0) Player AB R H 300 301 300 300 300 200 100 200 200 Jackie the in Tigers Trip Panthers, 5-1 GREENFIELD — The Jerseyville Panthers bowed to the Greenfield Tigers, 5-1, in a non- conference baseball game Friday afternoon. Greenfield put together five runs off five hits and four Jer- A single by Gene Woodling, a seyville errors. Tony Kanalakan walk and a single by Danny went the whole distance on the' O'Connell gave Washington the mound for Jerseyville allowing J decisive run against losing right- two walks and striking out four, j hander Gary Bell and left HO Roger Rives was the winning!doubt that these are indeed a new hurler going the route walking!hunch of Senators. Bell haii won losing a shutout on Brandt's two-run triple fifth. Zoilo Versalles doubled and scored the first run against loser Jack Fisher in the fourth inning for the Twins, then drove in Billy Gardner, who had doubled, with the tie-breaking clincher in the seventh. Pritchards 100 Harris 000 Totals 26 3 8 Totals 22 0 1 INNING: 1234567 RHE Wood River 100001 1—3 6 1 Roxana 000000 0—0 1 2 Love Resigns AsCageCoach OTTAWA, HI. (AP) — Gilbert Love, coach of the Ottawa High School basketball team 16 years, has resigned but will remain as athletic director and baseball coach. Dean Riley, a Western Illinois University graduate who has assisted Love for the past tour years, was appointed head coach after Love's resignation Friday. Riley played high school ball under Love, In his 27 years of coaching, Love's teams have won 505 and lost 209 games. His Ottawa teams won 320 and lost 134. They won 10 regional titles and reached the state finals eight times, the last five years in a row. In 1956-57 his team placed third in the state tournament. Love also is a Western Illinois graduate and coached at Ellisville, Griggsville, Mendon and Morris before going to Ottawa. DIAMOND STARS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching—Frank Lary, Tigers, pitched the first one-hitter of his career, giving up a scratch single by Jim Landis in the fifth inning, walked two and struck out five while facing only 30 men for 7-0 victory over White Sox. Hitting—Sammy Taylor, Cubs, walloped 3-2 pitch for two-run, two-out homer in ninth and 3-2 \ictory over the Braves. two and striking out two. Greenfield drew first blood with seven in a row, going back to July 15, 1958, against the old Sen- two runs in the first inning auditors, now the Minnesota club, added two more in the second j oe McClain, 27, a right-hander and an insurance run in the fifth. The Panthers pushed across one marker in the second inning. Jerseyville is now 2-1 for the season and will travel to Bethalto to meet Civic Memorial at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Jerseyvllle (l> Greenfield (5) Player AB R H Player AB R H Mourning Grizzle McCary 300 Wallach 0 2 1 0 making his first major league ap- p.arance, beat the Indians with a seven hitter. McClain drove in the first run with a double, walked no one, struck out two and had a shutout until the eighth. 4 0 1 Randell 4 0 1 A Ballard 300 Kanalakan 300 Powell 322 F.Dunham 1 I 1 D.Ballard 200 tegon, Brlckey 2 0 1 Short a 0 0 Thompson 200 Stoller 2 1 0 Scott 100 Raihgeber 300 Prough 300 Rives 2 1 1 R.Duiihum 200 0 0 185, Philadelphia, stopped Don Warner, 185Vi, Philadelphia, 4. Fresno, Calif.-Ray Riojas, 136, Orange, Calif., stopped Oecar Or- Prultt 1 Total!. 26 INNING: Jerseyville Greenfield 1 4 Totals 23 5 5 1234567 RHE 010000 0—1 4 4 220010 x—5 5 3 FIGHT RESULTS By TUB Gastonia, N.C. — Pete Rade macher, 198, Columbus, Ga., knocked out Dao Vamierford, 210. Lofkhai-t, S.C., 1. |f Philadelphia - One PaschalJ, Fresno. 8. 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