Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 32
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 32

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TMURIDAY, APRIL 18, 1933 ALTON TfiLBORAPW Bowling ALLftfS Brnnt tttW fjfJMM ftmcreat won 3 (ran MidTown, Court Square won 2 from Schaf- tntr, Russell Venetian won 9 from Alton Tire. Alton Sitt Cover won 2 from Oissler's. Sohlite won 3 from Noll's. 300 games: Franklin 308, Barnes 229, Gllllspie 307, Smith 337, Loach 223, Wardlen 303, Tuchalski 203. schlueter 317»Howefl 201, Bowl fftn Ladles . tvon 3 from Sportsman. Money Grabbers won 2 from stag. Palstaff won 2 from Hurst. Pabst won 2 from Tower. Roberts won 3 from Streepers. » \lndlvldual high game: Watson m. Premium Shell Reformers won 2 from Cokers. Lube won 2 from Elect. Cracker Box won 3 from Ind. Rel. Gas Dopt. No. 1 won 3 from Insp. No.l 200 bowlers: Martin 200-202, Do- Ian 206, Nagy 213, Boyd 201. Shell X-100 Plant Tech. won 3 from Insp. No. 2. Tech. Dept. won 2 from Dlsp. Gaugers. Cat Cracking won 2 from Disp. Office. Welders won 2 from Bulk Depot. 200 bowlers: Guccione 203. Mldnltf Brass Mill won 3 from Sure Shots Ark. Special won 2 from Turkies. 200 bowlers; France 208. Fluor Eng. No. 1 won 2 from Const. No. 2. Pipers won 3 from Const. No. 1. Purchasing won 3 from Power Plant. Warehouse won 3 from Eng. No. 2. „ 200 bowlers: Seymour 221. ACM!} ALLKVS • sis Wed. Late League Occident won 3 from "8" balls. Chiles won 2 from American Legion, Acme Jrs. won 2 from Ramblera. Carter won 2 from S Kennedy won 2 from L. A L. Storks won 3 from Schneiders. Post office won 2 from Bott. 200 games: Uley 221, ott 238, Kemhardt 300, Jftdwln 213, Saw- yen 301, Rlffihtrt 301, fi. Bott 318, Weule 303, Schelle 234, Pluck 316, Phelps 231, Walkington 309, Scheffel 336. 1:80 Ladle* Go Getters won 2 from Fern's 5, Easy Plckens won 3 from Hits & Misses. Sportsman Club won 2 from Pepperettea. Bill's Bells won 2 from Tumble weeds. 200 games: Bohart 233. 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Kite Ladlea Stecks won 3 from OK Shop. Tryflners won 3 from Schaffners. Western Auto won 2 from Adams.\ 200 bowlers: S. Schaffner 200, Bohart 202. KftglPH Crips won 3 from Hawks. Fireballs won 2 from Gas House. .Beavers won 2 from Wildcats. Crows won 2 from Stinkers. Foots won 2 from Bugs. Bald Eagles won 2 from Panthers. Undertakers won 2 from Patron Eagles. Bearcats won 2 from Stiffs. 200 games: A. Mo Donald 202; Hays 200; Mareing 205, Wrest 206. Tuesday Merchants IToefert won 3 from Griosedieck. Telegraph won 3 from Faulstlck. Black Hawks won 3 from Dr. Pepper. Franks won 2 from Falstaff. Bob's won 2 from Finley. Jerseyville won 2 from Swains. Coca-Coin won 2 from Pearl. Mile-0-Mo won 2 from Flemings. 200 games— Tiemann 211, Mc- Clinstock 212, Rue 237, Parish 200, Baxter 234, Smith 203, Scott 210, Clark 212, Bordeaux 201, Losclv 221-221 Westerner Oold League Hornets won 3 from Silver Tips. Tobl Makers won 3 from Cat-pen- STOCK CAR RACES SUNDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 19th at SUNSET SPEEDWAY, INC. 2 Miles East of Mitchell, III. On Highway 66 \ Time Trials, 1:30 P. M. Race Starts 2:30 P.M. \ New 1-5 Mile Short Track Track Team Flying to Southern Cal CHAMPAIGN, 1H. ffi-tm 18-man track squad of the University of Illinois will depart for the west coast by plane today for a dual meet Saturday with the University of California at Berkeley. The group will feature Willie Williams, who matched the world record of >MA In the 100 yard dash in the recent Texas State Relays, and halfmiler Stacey Slders. Slders' duel with California's Lon Spurrier Is expected to be a highlight of the meet. Slders holds Big Ten Indoor and outdoor 880- yard records but lost to Spurrier In the 1952 Olympic trials. Knqttlrer Sired Three Derby Starter* LOUISVILLE, Ky. X -Enquirer, a groat thoroughbred sire at 'the- time the first Kentucky Derby was run, sired throe full brothers which started in the Run of the Roses. They were McCreery, McWhirter and McHonry. All failed to finish in the money. Enquirer's son. Falsetto, did bettor. He sired three winners in the Derby. ters. Brass Mill won 3 from Mix tips. Chemical No. 2 won 2 from Chemical No. 1. Cast Shop won 2 from Industrial Relations. Plant won 2 from Die Makers. Brass Eng. won 2 from Inspection. 200 games— Weller 200. Westerner Blue League Pin Downs won 3 from Cap. Machine Shop won 3 from Ammunition Sales. Colts won 3 from Rangers. Quarter Century won 3 from Mill Products. Research won 2 from Metallic, Mfg. Electricians won 2 from Precision. While Flyers won 2 from Brass Sales. 200 games: Hensley 211, Davis 205, Christiansen 233, Stegelmeyer 211, Lombard! 200, Graham 213, Schlucter 204, Ferguson 202. UPPER ALTON ALLKYS Tuesday Merchants Tower won 2 from Mold Shop. Leady's won 2 from Piasa Rabbit. Onized won 2 from Mississippi Lime. 200 bowlers': Coleman 227-269244, Steigler 232-209, Leady 213, Pace 211, Deem 212, Dycus 200. Tuesday Ladies Cagers won 3 from Merry Five. Snake Ball won 2 from UAB Lanes. Individual high game: Steigler 168. Upper Alton Classic League Upper Alton Lanes won 3 from Black Hawks. Greenwood won M from Queen. Jack's won 3 from Hardesty. 200 games: B. Showers 244-234. Combs 224-214, N. Showers 214, Fensterman 214, Murphy 214, Laughlin 203, Coleman 214-204, Christiansen 218, Dycus 209, Hudock 225-205, Sheets 212-213, O'Don- 201. Early Play Aid* Development Of ioungiter.9 In Athletics m ftAftnt (MMtaOlt NEW YORK — (Nt:A) - The National Recreation Association suddeni^ beoomeit coneerhtd about competitive sport* tot beys from eight to 12. The rapid growth of organltt- tlons iponiored by private independent groups led to a nationwide survey by a committee of recreation leaders. The committee could have saved Itself time and expense by looking Into Little League Baseball, and letting it go at that. And there la nothing wrong with Pop Warner Football or Biddy Baiketball Just because school systems rarely sponsor such programs. Educators go along with the certain quarters who feel that midget baseball, football or basketball might be too great a strain on youngsters who have reached neither maturity nor emotional stability. ' This tourist disagrees completely believing that Little League Baseball Is the greatest Invention for kids since the cowboy. tt could very well be the most phenomenal development in the history of American athletics. Since 1939, Little League has grown from four teams In Wll> liamsport, Pa., to 7562 in 44 states. That adds up to 150,000 Little Leaguers who played to 20 million fans in 1952. No game could ever spread with such astonishing rapidity unless It was inherently wholesome and beneficial to all concerned. tllmito Had Glove At Five Numerous careers prove it. pays rich dividends for an athlete to obtain an early start. William-Feller hardly made a mistake when he bought son, Bob his first baseball uniform at the age of 10. Phil Rlzzuto had his first glove at five. Mutt Mantle insisted that Mickey hit from both sides of the plate when the newest Yankee luminary was but a tyke. Stanley Musial was a whiz kid at baseball and basketball. Joe Nuxhall pitched for the Reds ~at 15. Mel Oil and Tommy Brown were 16 when they reported to the Giants and Dodgers, respectively, so must have had the Idea at. a tender age. Doak Walker grew up In a football uniform. The superior players get the first feel of ice hockey as Canadian children. A long list of stars have come out of boys' and girls' tennis, a rugged game. Little League gives tads super- i Romack, Faulk Lead Trans-Miss Field PHOENIX, Ariz. A> — Sixteen survivors of first round match play swing into the second round of the women's Trans - Mississippi golf tournament today, with gallery attention centered on a battle between medalist Barbara Romack of California and Mary Lena Faulk of Georgia. Others still prominent In the field are Mrs. Lyle Bowman, and two former champions, Mrs. Marjorie Lindsay McMillen of Milwaukee, and Mary Ann Downey of Baltimore. Mrs. McMillen defeated Susan Casey of Tulsa, 5 and 4 in the first round. SINCLAIR ANNOUNCES NEW PREMIUM GASOLINE ftfffitt* , restrained and well-matched competition in their age group and uirair the best possible conditions, Play ia confined to the Summer vacation months. (tat Them Yoonff Teachers and professional recreation people profess to be wnr- •led about the pressure the Little Letgue World Series exerts on fledglings, That particular set involves no more than 120 lads, mighty few of whom had any Higher ambition than to win in ':helr own league. The Fresna, Calif, Recreation Department surveyed adults associated with Little League one way or another. A cross-section of 150 was unanimous In feeling that. Little League baseball was a good thing for boys. Not a single member of the Fresno County Medical Society found any injury, physical or psychological, directly or Indirectly attributable to Little League participation. The National Recreation Association should stop meddling, and use Its voluntary contributions where they will do some good, not harm. And it's best to get them in their formulatlve years. Cardinals Option Boyer to Houston ST. LOUIS /P — Cloyd Boyer, 25-year-old right bander, has been optioned by the St. Louis Cardinals to their Texas League farm club at Houston on 24-hour recall. Boyer is nursing an ailing arm. He had a 6-6 record with the Cards in 1952. Q'Ntin, ntWMfer of tfn Pttftettet- phla PhHttoft, thinks tfmt teams pity toft TfiRfiy fHftifi In gfnftng training. "Playing every day la • mtstnkp," claims O'Neill. "flv* A UiiHt ff fMMJP* ffw playtfS to 2 to 18% MORE KNOCK-FREE POWER Mark up another milestone in automotive history! 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