Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1953 · Page 29
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April 15, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

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WIDWWDAY) APH1L if ittf ALTON fWltlffO T1LEOHAPH PAOK i^^^R^^I^^^.^^^^ MRP§ on Auto hWVNMMt fk» dam MTftM, UMI fluinr an add op U the kind fon'd npwt trm tftt W forndrt by Sam, RoitMHk AitHL fit* yon tfl t)N fee*. You'9 m OHM than 1,000,000 or utueii Mew you'n in good hand! vtth Altout*. IN w film* raw AlhftM ARNOLD D. PHILLIPS 309 NASA ST. Phono 2-4915 faw're hi Good Hand* Ifaw're hi Good Han Jfiw fi >i INSURANCE tO INSURANCE tOMFANV « wMi Miffi and IfebllHiM dMkut and MporaM frem HM portM CMiaam^HMM Offi««l Tigers Smack forden.8^ fcDWAKWVlLy&~Off to a fait rfart, tht Edftarttevllte Tigers ftrelw from the terrter witH seven nms in the first inning, then coasted In for «n 8-3 win over the Warden Trejatm at LeCIaire Field here Tuesday. Worden's Joe fiagaglio was cuffed around rather savagely in the first frame but managed to weather the storm and after giving up another tally In '(he second, stayed around to end by shutting the Tigers out through the ]a?t four Innings, Coach Joe • Lucco used three pitchers as he continued his *y*. tern of letting his entire staff get lots of work before the season gets too far along. ~ Top slugger for Edwardsvllle was Catcher Boh Oregor who homered with Stan Fincher on base In the big first. The Tigers visit Roxetna's Shells Thursday. Line score: Worden ooo.(WO-3—3 4 4 Edwardsville ... .TlO-OOO-x-8 9 1 Bagagllo and Anderson. Patton, Smlddy (5), Southard (6) «nd Oregbr. New Look American Association to Open LOUISVILLE,' Ky. # ^ The American Association opens its 1953, baseball season today with some nevy entries in the flag chase. The biggest change took Milwaukee, 1952 pennant winner, into the National League and brought Toledo back Into the Association lineup. Charleston, W. Va., will be starting the race from the barrier for the first time. Wood River Is Narrow Winner WOOTJ WVER—Just barely a winner, the Wood River Oilers slipped by Belleville's Maroons in the senior division of their dual meet here Tuesday by a 81% 10 58 1 * count, but were walloped, 71-33, in junior competition. Belleville had a near sweep In the dashes, taking all three places In the 100 and 220 and both spots behind winner Joel Schwalbe In the 440. Oilers' Alan Brown and Jim Greene won in the 880 and mile but the Maroons took second and fhlrd spots in both events. tn the hurdles, however, Charlie Yarnell, the Oilers' big point man, was a double winner and team mate Johnny Friend was second each time. Yarnell placed second in the shot put. while Friend won the high jump for a nice collection of Wood River's points between thenv-Jerome Dupy was a double winner for the Oilers in the discus and shot put while team mates Jack Perrin and Jeffrey Bronson took the pole vault and broad jump, respectively. Winners for Belleville Included Don McLean in the 100, Howelman in the 220, and Maroon relay teams in the 880 and mile relays. Belleville scored an overwhelming victory in junior competition wilh seven wins and a tie for first In 11 events. Bob Zacny took the shot and discus for Wood River, while Brock Yarnell deadlocked with Brockwell of Belleville for first In the high jump and with Miller of Wood River in the pole vault. Read Telegraph Want Ads. hurdlft— Yarnell tW>, (Wi, Collaw (i), :18.». \ 100 yirt dash—McLean (Bi, MotWl- m«n it), Winktr (§1, :10.8. Mite run—artmt iwi, ftitny di, MH- enctl (J), 81.1.8. 440 Yird diif>—«chw*lb* (W), Wlnktr iBi, Brtehnitz (B), :85.l. Low hurdlw—Yurnell iWv, Fritnd (W), Vogt (Bi, '45.9. am yard run-Brown <W>, Mitchell (Bi, Whltely iBi, 1:11. HBO yard dnh—Howelmiin (Bi, Mc- LMn (B), Berjer (Bi, :S4.3. Shto put—Dupy (W), Vnrnell (W), Council (W>. 4t'3>'«". Pole vault—Perrin (W,> tl« for teeond Harpstrcity (B) und Nedlciick iBi, 10'. Ht*h jump—friend iWi, Mnr«h»ll (Bi, I tie for third Bronson (Wi, Russell iWi ; «mi Smidt iBi, S'fl". l Dinrus—Dupy iWi, Byer (B), Council I iW'. iaa-9". : Bread Jump-Bronson (Wi, Bfrfer I iBi. Webster \B>. 20'. • i BBO y»» reliiy-Beilevlll* (McL**n. ; Mile ret»y—Belleville (Brechniu. Bnllnrd, Hrrger, Howelmnn), I:.!*. i Mile relay—Belleville, iBrechnli/, 1 Conklln, Breach. Wlnkeri, .1:44.9. .it-Nion DIVISION tow hurdles—Sin ten (Bi, :lfl.S. 100 yard dash-Wingert 181. :in.8. -. 440 yard dash—Woht (Bi, :«0.1,. 80 yard dash—Slaten (B>, :fl.l. 880 yard run—Doetsch (Bi. 2:an.3. . 210 yard dish—Wagner iB), ;26.1. Shot put—Zacny (Wi, 47'B". Discus—Zacny (Wi, 106'3'i". High jump— Brockwell iBi and Varnell (Wi. tied for first, S'l". Pole vault-Miller (Wt tnd Yarnell (W>. tied for first, 9'2". Broad jump—Blairs (B>, 17'fl". Fights Last Night By The ASftOrUted Press Cleveland—Kid Oavllan, 152, Havana, outpointed Llvlo Mlnelll, 131, Itoly, 10 non-title. Brooklyn—Johnny Bratton, 149, Chicago, outpointed Al "Sugar" Wilson, 14(1*4, Knglewood, N. 3. 10. Los Angeles—Marry "Snuffy" Smith, 13B. Rochester, N. Y. outpointed Freddie setramento, Calff.—Bobby Why, 132, "Babe" Herman, 140, Los Angeles, 10. Sacramento, Calif. — Bobby Why, Log Angeles, stopped John Butterworth, 133>/», Manchester, England, 4. ALLSTATE 1" Line-1" Quality 18 Month Guaranteed Tires! 4 DAYS ONLY! APRIL 16-17-18-20 Don't Be Misled, These Are 1st Quality Tires — Not Second Line or Seconds! X41 a cold rubbtr for SO*/. more> miUag*. 100% Rayon Cord for extra strength. 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