Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1961 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 17, 1961
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MONDAY, APRIL 17,19B1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PACK AEVIUfrUN Power-Plus Twins Take Over American League Lead Black Hawks Win Crown After 23 Years DETROIT (AP)-The Chicago Black Hawks, following years of struggle and frustration, today have the Stanley Cup, hockey's NEED EXTRA INCOME? Ukt to fflMt (Mopto: IMV> loflM tpoft flitter MFA Mutual Insurance Com* n hfti agency openings nil and part time man in Jtnfey and Greene counties. Multiple lines to write including •L. ~A- A Auto Truck Fire Hospitalizatlon Liability and Others. •OHHM Married men preferred, no experience necessary. Field training by Company. Write Agency Supervisor 802 W. Jefferson, Auburn, III. symbol of supremacy. They regained the coveted cup for the first time In 23 years by walloping the Detroit Red Wings 5-1 Sunday night to win the best- of-seven playoff series four-to-two. The Hawks had finished In the National Hockey League basement nine times in 11 seasons be fore they began building their present team In 1957-58. The present season, when they finished third, was their first winning sea son in 15 years. The Hawks made the finals by dethroning five-times champion Montreal In the semifinals and then scored three home victories over Detroit before finishing off the Red Wings with a three-goal spurt in the final period Sunday night. They started off their championships victory In an odd manner. ••••••i^^i^i^aa^^^^^^^a SEE US FOR EXPERT REPAIR ON ALL SMALL ENGINES STANKA GARAQE State St., North Alton Dial flo 5-8889 Trailing 1-0 Jn the second period, the Hawks found themselves shorthanded because of a penally. Reg Fleming, ace penalty killer, intercepted a Red Wing pass and scored the tying goal. Ab McDonald added another late in the second period and Detroit never recovered. Goals by Eric Nesterenko, Jack Evans and Kenny Wharram wrapped it up In the final period. Evans' goal was his first in two years. Louise Suggs Wins Again DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - Louise Suggs won her third $10,000 Dallas Clvitan open in a row Sunday then checked up and found it was the fifty-second tournament she has knocked off in a 13-year professional career. Actually, she has most of the L3th year to go and could make her record — the greatest in women's pro golf — even more Impressive. The Dallas Civitan was her third this year. It's on to Beaumont today for the Babe Zaharias 54-hole touma- BuffaloGermarto Inducted Into Hall of Fame SPRINGFIELD, MasB. (AP) — The Buffalo Germans who won 11 straight games half a century ago are among the new entries In the basketball Hall of Fame. The honors committee announced the elections Saturday Including the following: College players — Bob Kurland, 7-0, guided Oklahoma State to 1945 and 1946 NCAA titles. Col. John Roosma, made Army an eastern power in early twenties. Christian Stelnmetz, scoring feats of 55 years ago, still are records at Wisconsin. AAU player — Forrest Deber- nardl. Pro player — Edward Wachter, played 1896-1924. Team, pro — Buffalo Germans, played for 44 years, winning 792 of 878 games including 11 in row 1908-10, won world's title at St. Louis Fair in 1904, defeated Hobart College 134-0 in 1903. Coaches — Lenny Sachs, made Loyola of Chicago national power 25 years ago. George Keogan, outstanding record at Notre Dame for 20 years. ment for Miss Suggs and the women's tour. The little picture swinger from Atlanta shot a 2-over-par 73 Sun day in the closing round of the -ivitan Open to maintain a three-stroke lead over seconc slace Betsy Rawls of Spartan burg, S.C. ALLSTATE FOR DRIVING! Easy Starts, Quick Stops Guaranteed for 21 Months THE ALLSTATE Silent Cushion With Tyrex® Rayon Cord for Smooth Riding NEWS! NO MONEY DOWN On Sears Easy Payment Plan 6.70x15 Tube Type Blackwall Allison, Versalles Pace Triumphs Over Orioles By JACK HAJfO i PWBB Sports WHtef The transplanted Minnesota Twins are leading the American League after taking both ends of a Sunday doubleheader from the highly-regarded Baltimore Orioles. Bob Allison, an accepted slugger, and Zoilo Versalles, supposedly a glove man, boosted the Twins into the league lead with their home runs In Sunday's double victory over Baltimore. Thus the Twins were assured of a raucous welcome home Friday afternoon. Allison drove in seven runs with a grand slam homer and a three- run homer in the 10-5 first game and Versalles, the 20-year-old Cuban shortstop, won the second game 6-4 with his two-run homer in the llth. While the old Washington club moved west was flexing Its muscles the new Washington Senators were settling into the cellar after a 3-2 defeat by Cleve land. The Indians, shut out for eight innings by Dick Donovan, rose up in the ninth with five straight hits, including a home run by Tito Francona. Rain, cold weather and snow washed out the scheduled doubleheaders between New York and KILLEBREW INJURED BALTIMORE—Harmon Killebrew, getto is at right, slugging Minnesota Twins first baseman, is aided from the field by trainer George Lenz (left) and Elmer Valo in the ninth inning. Manager Cookie Lava- Killebrew pulled a hamstring muscle in his left thigh running out a ground ball and may be lost to the Twins for three weeks. (AP Wirephoto) B few LING River Ripples Outdoors with Harold Brand BOWL INN Aero Shell High Games: Lince 211, Lawson 200, Brodley 209, Becker 224, Harbison 200. Super Shell High Games: Invin 225, Zum-!deep-sea fishing trip in Florida wait 216, Walkington 201, Grieve | where Confederate fish can be Wade Gergen, 449 East Acton JAve., Wood River, guest colum- inist for today, tells of his recent Cox 210, Briggs Massa 206, Huber 213, «—-.. . der 208, Williams 208, Heinz 200, < lers Metcalf 211. Commercial choosey about some Yankee ang- anchored and a bell is rung as a signal for every one to start fishing at the same time. This gives the pilot a chance to maneuver the boat to the very spot he wants. With the help ol his friends he did his maneuver- ling, man! Scientific Fishing High Games: Allen 207, Miller!devised a fish-hook from a bent ! How effective is scientific fish- Game of Wits Ever since the first cave Plus Fed. Tax AND OLD TIRE Special deep tread design will give you traction in 4 directions . .. forward, backward, and sideways. Tyrex® Rayon cord. ®TM of Tyrex Inc. 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DIAMOND STARS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Batting, Bob Allison, Twins — drove in seven runs with pair of home runs in Minnesota's 10-5 first game victory- over Baltimore. Pitching, Sam Jones. Giants — thorn fishermen have been trying ing? Very effective, if you are in the right clique. At the sound to figure out waysl°f the bell forty lines dropped into the water. Before long those to outwit fish. Through centuries man has evolved on the starboard side were pulling out large fish like crazy. We, into a very inteili-| on tne P 01 "* side just fished, with- gent being while | out even a bite. the fish has re-! Steele, my fishing companion, t 'Vmained the more i caught the only fish among the £?' o r less stupid! twenty or so fishermen who were W. Gergen creature he was boosted lifetime record against a t the beginning of time. Phils to 21-9 with 5-2 victory. He But man is still trying to out- helped his own cause with twoj w it fish usually with little doubles but needed relief when he ran into a wild streak in the ninth after allowing only five hits. vtotcrt success. on that side. It was a ten-pound grouper. Why didn't we move to the starboard side where the fish were? There was only so much This" fact was rudely brought [available room on that side. to our attention on a recent deep-j when t" e boat sailed there had sea fishing cruise in the Gulf of been three vacant spaces on the Mexico near Clearwater, Florida, starboard. When we stopped to Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Stecle, ofi fisn th ese spaces were taken up Wood River who winter in Flori-i bv three people, the captain, the da, had asked me to accompany Captain's wife and the ship's them and, since I had never be-| cool< . fore experienced that type ofi Yes - with * he aid of scientific fishing I looked forward to the | equipment man can outwit the trip with great anticipation. Asi fish - But if you ever try it hang we boarded the fishing boat wej llke a leaen to the well-tanned noticed that several well-tanned men wno are friends of the cap- men with expensive deep-sea tain because they know where ! equipment took up strategic po-' he te soing to stop the boat; they $10,250 to County In Sales Tax EDWARDSVILLE - January net receipts to Madison County from the half-cent county sales tax in unincorporated areas amounted to $10.256.52, according to notice received Friday by County Clerk Eulalia Hotz from the Illinois Department of Reve nue. Gross collections were $10,911.19 and of the total, six per ceni or $654.67 was retained by the state agency for administrative expense of collecting the tax. Of the $10,256.52 net receipts, $6,153.91 is to be deposited in the county juvenile home construction fund and the remaining $4,102.61 will be set aside for repairs and improvements at the courthouse and county jail under resolution of the county board providing for earmarkings of 60 and 40 per cent, respectively, for use of the county sales tax revenue. Ford Grants Given For Pilot Programs NEW YORK (AP) — The Ford Foundation has made available $50,000 each to 10 institutions for experimental programs of forgivable loans to doctoral engineering students planning to become engineering teachers. Among the 10 schools were the University of Illinois, Northwest- rn University and Washington University of St. Louis. Under the plan, the forgivable cans arc wiped out at a rate of $1,000 for each year a student serves on an engineering college acuity in the United States or Canada after graduation. <ansas City, Log Angeto and Boston and a single game between Chicago and Detroit. Pedro Ramos, far off the form ic showed In shutting out New York on opening day, gave up 12 of the Orioles' 14 hits before he was replaced by Ray Moore in the seventh. Pedro, however, was the winner. Bill Pleis, third of four Minnesota pitchers, won the second ?ame on Versalles 1 homer, following a walk to Reno Bertota. It was Versalles' fourth hit in six trips in the game and hi» first major league homer. The 150- pound shortstop, a .133 hitter in 15 games last year, now is batting ,478. Don Mlncher also hit a homer for the Twins. Donovan was rolling along with a 2-0 lead going into the ninth when Johnny Temple led off with his third straight single. Francona tied the score with a blast over the right field wall. After singles by Jimmy Piersall and Willie Kirkland, Manager Mickey Vernon of the Senators replaced Donovan with Rudy Hernandez who was greeted by Woody Held's game-winning single. Johnny Antonelli, making his first American League start for the Indians, departed for a pinch hitter after seven innings. Bob Allen, a lefty up from Mobile, won in relief. Phone CL 4-5162 No Parking Problems at Koxana Fri., Sat., Mon. Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. TONITE Sophia Loren, Maurice Chevalier, John Gavin "A Brtath of Scandal" Color—9:38 Rex Reason, Nan Leslie "THE MIRACLE OF THE HILLS" 8:09 Grant Williams, Carole Mathews "13 FIGHTING MEN" 7:00 Selected Shorts Wide Screen Open Daily 6:30. Start 7 p.m Adults 50c—Kiddles 23o Matinee Sat. and Sun. TONIGHT AND TUES. RNUWUNT Your Favorite Family Drive-In STARLIGHT Opens at 7:00 — Starts at 7:45 TONITE rhru SAT. Shown Tonlte at 8:00 1 YEAR GUARANTEED will be on the side that the fish! are on. Ijnn eye for comfort, took our Or better yet, always i spots in the shade on the port ) 1ave a . 8°° d fish stor y *° bring Ijsitions on deck; to the starboard I j side. We, being landlubbers with | side. |nome in case you don't catch i Hough Waters ! a ny { > sn - _ j After some thirty miles of| LUXOR, United Arab Rppub- I; ploughing through the rolling j |j t _ A secret chamber lead- REPAIR 15-Mo, Guarantee Nylon Tire The Allstate 11 84 6.70x15 Tube Type •Flue t*x wul Old flw A bfftnd new 4-jOy nylon tire. 740*15 1&84* TItUCKER§! Rugged 'Express' Series Tires 6.Ply Rated 6.00*16 Plus Tax No Trade-In Required SEARS ALTON . . 18.05 Fliw 74Mfcl5 . . 84.85 Phis STOBJfl Monday £ Friday 0 to 9 HOVBft Other D»y» 9 to ft J 'y P. GflTtlVS OtP I SI'ORE fottly W, 3rd St, Alton waves of the Gulf, with nothing but blue-green sea water stretching to the horizon on every side, I began to wonder how it was possible lor the skipper to know where the fish might be. It was there {hat I learned of the wonders of scientific fishing. At this point the pilot slowly circled the craft and instead of watching his depth-finder concentrated on the instrument called the fish-finder. The fish-iinder reminded me of our first television with a tiny screen. AB it scanned the ocean depths the blips of schools of fish showed up on the screen. The fish were televising themsleves so we would know where they were. This, I knew, would be true scientific fishing. In deep sea fishing no one is [allowed to cast until the boat is ing to an ancient tomb has )>een uncovered financed by All in Egypt's Valley of Kings. in axcavations Abdel ARENA OUR 10th ANNIVERSARY FORUM CAFE IOI Md MA1Y Oil! Hilp Ut Qilibntt With FIN fliffn tri ftiki Tmfc* April 18,11A.M. to 7P,H til WM» SI, Unto A¥t . tat AH* APR.20thru 30 TICKETS NOW ON SALE five. 8 P.M. (Sun. 0:80 P.M.) Mat. 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