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AL1XJN EVENING TELEGRAPH FKiDAX, JULY 5, G.B. 11 ii IS 1 Minnesota «1 Chicago At r California a Oakland at Detroit NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet 8t .Louis 80 30 .625 Atlanta 41 38 .S» San Fran. 42 3» .81» Clnnclnnatl 40 38 .8U Pittsburgh 3* 37 .SIS Los Angeles 40 42 .488 Philadelphia 3* U .488 New York 37 41 .474 Chicago 88 44 .443 Houston 33 48 .418 Wednesday's Result* Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2 Atlanta 2. San Francisco • Cincinnati 0, Houston T "-' St. Louis J, Los AonMi I ThursdayrResulU St. Loots 34.LOS Angeles !•;; • Cincinnati 7. Houston 4 , -Chicago «-4, Philadelphia >T Pittsburgh'*-!!, New York 2-4. San Francisco •, Atlanta 4 Today's Game* Pittsburgh (Veale «-7) at Chicago <Nye«>* New -York (Seaver 74) at Philadelphia (Short «-8) N St. Louis (CarltOB 8-4) at San Francisco (McConnlck MI) N Houston (Cuellar M) at Atlanta (Reed 8-4) N Cincinnati (Maloney M or Culver (-8) at Los Angeles (Drysdale M-S) . ' Saturday's Games New York at Philadelphia St. Louis at San Francisco Cincinnati at Los Angeles,' N Pittsburgh at Chicago, 2 Houston at Atlanta, 2 day-night Golf Notes SUNDAY TOURNEY The Greater Alton Women's Golf Association will hold a two-bal! foursome Sunday at Rock Spring Golf Course. Tee off time is 12:30 p ; m. The nairings are as follows: Winn'.e Bailey -and Benny Weissenborn vs. June Springman:, and Vincent Zigrang; Eugene Battey and Eleanor Zigrang vs. Toby Wienshienk and Clarence Nicotet; Marine Weisenborn and Isadora Wienshienk vs. Dot Nicolet and B. A. Griffin; Marian Griffin and Mike Eckhard vs. Linda Heel and Lin Spicer; Mary Eckhard and Robert Muehleman vs. Celia Button and Jamps Heil; June Muehleman and Jim Voege vs. Dottfe Spicer and H. V. Reilly; Betty Voege and Wayne Henson vs. Joyce Reilly and Ralph Coats. Shirley Henson and Nelson McReynolds vs. Fred Wuellner and Ann Kingery; Alice Coats and Leroy Steiger vs. Betty Wuellner and Paul Becker; Evert Kingery and Winnie Orris vs Janice Becker and Sidney Arst; Dee Stet^er and Bernard Orris vs. Jacob Muehleman and Betty Knox; Ancelee Arst and Dale Johnson vs. Jerome Springman and Bernice McReynolds; Doris Johnson and James Knox vs. Al berta Muehleman and Frank Bonafede WOOD RIVER WOMEN Low net was the event of the day lor members of the Wood River Women's Golf Association Wednesday at Cloverleaf Golf Course. Low net honors went to Lela McLain and Flossie Helmkamp In the championship flight, Judy Fiessel pnd Alyne Banner in the first flight and Pat Fraser in the second flight. Low gross went to Lela McLain in the championship flight, Alyne Harner and Charlene Reuter in the first flight and Pat Fraser in the second flight Wood River hosts JerseyvUle on July 16. ftyf>ONPlARSKt Telegraph Sports Editor The name of the women's big oftball tournament going on at Storthside Park this week is the Firecracker' It's an apt name, for- there nave been plenty of explosions thus far in the two days the .ourney's been under way. Tonight there'll be more when the host team, the Lakers, 'go against the Wood River Royals in the 7;30 opener. That'll be fol- owed by a losers' bracket game between Kirkwood and Collins- vflle. Action continues again Saturday when eight games are on tap. In the first game, at 10:30 a.m., the Indianapolis Anchor- ettes, tha tourney favorites, go against Memphis in what should >e one of the better games of be day. . END OF TRIP — Jan Werner crosses the plate after hitting a homer for Kutis against Collinsville in Thursday night's action of the women's Fire- cracker softball tournament at Northside Park. Waiting for the belated throw is catcher Barbara Glastetter. Kutis won 9-2. Detroit Hits Homers, Lead Swells to By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer The Great Hit Famine took a back seat Thursday to an old fashioned Fourth of July fireworks show of home runs in Detroit. Jim Northrup, Norm Cash and Don Mincher took turns hitting baseballs out of sight and when tlvy were through, the T1 gers had a 13-10 slugfest victory over California. It was the fourth straight triumph for the Tigers and ninth in the last 10 games, giving the man 8% game lead over the rest of the American League. Northrup and Cash had two homers each for the Tigers and Mincher two for the Angels. Willie Horton and Bill Freehan also connected for Detroit and Jim Fregosi for California as the two teams used up 11 pitchers. Elsewhere in the American League, Baltimore edged Chicago 4-3 in 12 innings, Cleveland dropped Minnesota 6-3, Boston defeated Oakland 7-2 and Washington whipped New York 4-2. The Angels scored four fast runs in the second inning with Mincher tagging his first homer and it looked like it might be a good day for Bill Kegney's club. But the Tigers bounced right back with their biggest inning of the year, scoring nine runs in the bottom of the second with homers by Cash, Freehan and Horton lading the attack. Northrup had a two-run triple and D'fk McAuliffe a two-run double in the big inning. Cash WITTELS 4 STRING IASS 8UITAR Jit ;,•; yood" Dial 462-5 16/ HACSTROM 8 STRING BASS GUITAR """"""'ZSJ 00 CHIVOX VIOLIN SHAPE IAS* I NEW SUMMER STORE HOURS; • W«Uwa4»y*itt*»' J *». to 9 PJ* 9 wn. to 6(80 p.m. and Northrup hit consecutive homers in the sixth and Northrup slammed'a two-run shot in the eighth. The six homers tied a Detroit club record and gave the team 93 homers for the year—26 of them apainst California. Brooks Robinson tagged a pair of homers for the Orioles but Baltimore didn't beat the White Sox until the 12th when Fred Valentine led off with a triple and then strolled home following two intentional walks and one unintentional one. Chicago had tied .the game with two .out in the ninth and Pete Ward on first when Bill Voss was hit in the head by a pitch and Duane Josephson followed with a double. Voss suf- Coach Resigns SALEM, Ind. (AP) - Wib Spaulding, Granite City, HI., won his first U.S. Auto Club splint event by capturing a 30- lap event here Thursday. Spaulding led from lap 11 to the finish. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Columbus »•!, Buffalo I-J Rochester M, JacktonvUl* M Toledo 0,LoulivlHe • • ' Syracuse M> Richmond M PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Denver 74, Pboentx #-14 San Dtogo (M, btdlMMpOiU S-2, lit game 10 Innings HawaH 4, Oklahoma City • Tacoma 8, Tulsa 2 Seattle 8, Vancouver 4 Portland 4, Spokane 1 MIDWEST LEAGUE Qulncy 4. Waterloo 3, II lnnb)fl Decatur 8, Burlington 3 Clinton 10, Cedar Rapid* I Appleton 5, Quad Cities I Dubuque 12, Wisconsin Rapids • fered a fractured right cheek bone. Chicago Manager Eddie Stan ky ordered Mark Belanger and Dave Johnson intentionally walked following Valentine's tri pie in the 12th. Then Don Bufon drew the third walk that forced Valentine home. Ed Stroud slashed two doubles and two triples and secret twice, iPading Washington past the Yankees. The four hits gave Stroud Jl hits in 21 at bats against the Yankees this season Stroud's first double set U] Washington's first run and hi second two-bagger touched off a two-run Senator rally in the sixth. He tripled and scored on Cap Peterson's single in the eighth. Believer Juan Pizarro drove in two runs and pitched one-hi ball for 6 2-3 innings, striking out seven, helping the Red Sox whip Oakland. Pizarro took over in the third for Jose Santiago whose sore elbow forced him to retire. Santiago has been replaced on the All-Star team by Boston teammate Gary Bell. Al Woi thington's wild pitch al lowed Cleveland's tie-breaking run to score and then Joe Azcue doubled two more runs across as t he Indians dropped the Twins. Dean Chance was lead ing 3-2 going Into the eighth but singles by Vern Fuller, Lee Maye and Russ Snyder tied the score. A wild pitch by reliever Ron Perranoski and an inten tional wa)k to Lou Johnson se the stage for Worthlngton's wild pitch and Azcue's hit. WHY NOT GO? TAKE THAT DREAM VACATION Borrows 230,65 — Payminti$ 13,00 —?5Mo* Borrow! 676,93 - Payment*$ 23,00- 36 Moi, Borrow $ 000.00 — Payment! $ 30.03 — 30 Mil* Borrow $1163.94 ~ Ptymtnti $ 43.00 — 30 Ht* Borrow $1661,17 - Payminti $ 01.00 - 30 Mffc Borrow $2067,20 - Piyminti $ 70.00 - 30 Mo* Borrow $2700.04 - Pay mint! $100,00 - 30 Pb«tt 44M203 t K* HptihlMM More Fireworks Expected Tonight in s That'll be followed At noon by the Nashville-Rutls (St is) game. At 1:30, Milwaukee, rated second, nukes its debut, against Manchester,, which was one of two teams Thursday to provide some of those explosions. Action rolls along Saturday afternoon with three more games, at 3,4:30 and 6. At night, there'll be two winners' bracket games, at 7:30 and 10 o'clock. pounded out seven hits off Carol stems, the starter WHO went all the way. The Royals In between bracket the . two night winners' games Tiant Will Be Starter For All-Stars BOSTON (AP) - Mangaer Dick Williams of the Boston Red Sox is sure of only one thing when he leads the American League against the National League in the All-Star Game at Houston Tuesday night Williams is certain he will have seven pitchers. What pitching condition they'll be in only time will ten. 'We'll be well represented at Houston," Williams said Thursday after being told of a statement by Denny McLain of the Detroit Tigers. McLain, the league's only 15- game winner, said Wednesday night that the Detroit pitching rotation calls for him to go Sunday. He said if he pitches then he win be unable to pitch in the All-Star Game. "We'll make adjustments, I'm sure, but this is something I think should be handled by Mr. Cronin's office," Williams said. He referred to AL President Joe Cronin, who was not available for comment. Williams said that as of the moment Luis Tiant of Cleveland wffl be the starting pitcher. He added, "However, it an depends on who pitches Sunday, the type of games pitchers are in and how long they go." Williams had to make a shift in his AU-Star staff Thursday when his ace, Jose Santiago, had to leave a game with Oakland in the third inning because of tendonitis in the right elbow. Subject to approval by Cronin, Williams named right-hander Gary BeU, owner of a 6-3 record and a 2.73 earned run average, to replace Santiago, who must rest his afling arm. Miss Firecracker of 1968 will be crowned from among the 11 contestants representing each team in the tourney. The five-day, doable elimination tournament resumes oft Sunday with a seven-game program, starting at > a.m. and concluding with the Cham- plonshlp game at 7:31 p.m. If another "championship" game is necessitated, in accordance with double elimination rotes, it will be played immediately following the 7:36 contest. The tourney got under way Wednesday night with an upset. Wood River's Royals scored early, got good pitching from left- bander Linda Marmino, and never relinquished, the lead in downing Kirkwood, Mo., 5-1. ....,'•,... Miss Marmino allowed Kirkwood five hits as her mates striking mrt three and walking bunched three runs in the second inning then got two more in the fifth,with Linda Burns' triple the big hit of the frame. Three of Rirkwood's five hits were doubles, by Sammy White, Sis Hultt and Lou Gleis. Miss Htiittha* two hits. s, Thursday night, Kutis, always a good tournament team, scored seven runs in the last three innings to beat Collinsville, 9-2, and Manchester and Decatur provided the fireworks with Manchester winning a wild 13-10 error-filled slugfest in the nightcap. Kutis took a 2-0 lead in the second inning with Pat Dineen tripling In one run then scoring for the other run. Collinsvillo came back to knot it in the fourth inning only to have Kutis, which won the first tournament in 1966, retaliate with three runs in the fifth frame, with Kathy Vogt and Sue Guenzler getting RBI doubles. Kutis added icing in the seventh with four more runs, the big hit being a two-run homer by Jan Werner, the first one in the tourney. Ronnie Eckmayer was the winning pitcher, giving up six hits, six, The toset> was Lee Sievers, Who went all the way. She was nicked for eight hits, struck out three and walked three. fke second game Thursday night was a belleve-it-or-fl o t affair. Deeaiaf, the Illinois champion, bulk a 14 lead after two innings. The Wladettes . couldn't stand prosperity; they tost tt. The Windettes still looked like sure winners though Manchester scored five times in the fourth to cut the margin to 9-6. Decatur added another run in the fifth for a 104 lead, then the roof caved in In the sixth. Manchester scored six times for a 12-10 lead. The Hawkettes added another run in Hie seventh and Decatur's dream had turned into a nightmare. The game was a comedy of errors on both teams' part. Would you believe 12 errors by Manchester in the first inning, six in each frame? It happened as the Windettes sent 17 batters to the plate in the first two frames. Decatur's Lynette Trout, who once pitched for the host Lak ers, breezed along behind a 9-1 cushion when she ran into all kinds of trouble in the fourth. erinan, #ho came to finally put out the tire. Miss Bfemerman got through the fifth without any damage, but the sixth inning found h*r returning to first base and Miss Trout trying again. She left in favor of Diane Brem- Major League AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting (ITS) at bats— Harrelson, Bost., .314; YMtnraukL Boit., M». Runs— MeCAullffe, Dot., 45; White, N Y 43 Runs batted In — F. Howard, Waih., M; Harrelson, Bost., 87. HIU— Uhlaeader, Minn., S3; three tied at 81. Double*— R. Smith, Bolt., »! B. Robinson, Bait., ,W. _ Triplesi-Fregosl, Calif., •; Stroud, W Home*' nras-F. Howard, Wart., 29; W. Morton, Del., W. Stolen bases— CaropaaerU, Oak., Tiant, Cleve., I4». NATIONAL LEAGUE (17» « wrt) - M. AUw, Battlnj (17» « Jw Pitt., M»; WM»t,Cta. Runt— ROM, CIO., L 'RUOS _.. „ S F>00«, St. Cln.. 22* to-MeCovey . mi St. I~ I.F., m. Pit**, 71 NOT IN TIME — Bernice Rieker of Manchester gets back to first just in time as Diane Bremerman takes the pickoff throw from catcher Betty Onofrey in the Decatur- Manchester game. No Strike Yet Among Players By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The strike—if there is one—of the National Football League Players Association now has reached the wait-and-see stage. "Nobody is on strike now,' veteran tackle Alex Karras said in Detroit. "We won't know until Sunday when San Francisco goes into camp if there's a strike at all. "All of the players will be on strike if there is no settlement before next week," John Gordy, president of the Players Association, is maintaining official silence, but scores of players have said they received telegrams from him ordering them not to report until negotiations can be worked out with the owners. The only official comment ^Strikeout. - M«rlcbal, S.F.,lMi Slnferr L.A.. U>( Jenkfcw, CWe., ' i, Alton Optis Beat Granite GRANITE CITY _. The'Alton Wto&to jKhowry League baseball team defeated Granite City 31oodworth here Thursday, U, Hi * league game. Randy Bailey was the winning pitcher as be gave up six bits, struck out three and walked two. , Bob Peacher was the Joser, giving up seven hits, Btriking out five and walking one. He also hit a double, Bailey had a double and single and had two RBI and Gary tfagen had two hits and an RBI for Alton. Alton, leading the Macoupln County league with a H record, Is 1QJ. overall. It'll Host Betbitto Sunday at 2 p.m. since the break-up of a meeting between player representatives and an owners group last weekend came from Art Modell, NFL president. He said the players had re jected the owner's offer, .particularly hi the area of improved pension benefits. They appar. ently agreed on most, if not all, other points, San Francisco has the first camp opening—for rookies Sunday. Rookies are not members of the Players Association. Nineteen veteran members of the 49ers, including Howard Mudd, Bruce Bosley, Ken Willard and Joe Cerne, said they Would -not report at thai time. Veterans were scheduled to report the following week. Detroit opens its'rookie camp settled quickly," he said. Gordy, however, has declined comment on whether future talks between player representatives and owners are scheduled. Honor Medal To 10 Seniors CHICAGO (AP) - The Medal of-Honor, the Big Ten's highest award for excellence in academics and athletics, has been presented to 10 graduating seniors, it was announced Friday. The IMS winners are Paul Shapin, Illinois, gymnastics; Gene Denisar, Indiana, wrestling; Tony Williams, Iowa, 1967 football captain; Dick Vidmer, Michigan, football; Dale Anderson, Michigan State, wrestling. Gary Gambucci, Minnesota, hockey; Tom Garreteon, Northwestern, football; Bill Hosket, Ohio State, 1968 basketball captain; Jim Belrne, Purdue, foot* ball, and Mike Gluck, Wisconsin, wrestling. with Detroit and Green scheduled the following July Bay day, San .Francisco owner Lou.Spar dla, however, said he did not think a strike would take place. "I'm optimistic that it can be THVR»DAY»'» FIOHTi OPIN BVIRY NlttHT, SUPIR SHOP DISPLAY •OATS* MOTORS Clark Boat ft Mgtor Alton - Open NI*hU CINCINNATI (AP)-Joe No* hall, the youngest player ever to appear in a major league base* ball game, Thursday was named to the Cincinnati Beds' Hall of Fame. Rod Laver Wins at Wimbledon WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Rod Laver of Australia won Wimbledon's first open men's singles title with a 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 victory today over Tony Roche, also of Australia. Laver, twice a Wimbledon winner in his amateur days, was top-seeded. Roche, in his first Wimbledon, was seeded 15tb of the 16 seeds this year. WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — The professional tennis stars, only partly successful at the first-ever open Wimbledon, may press for bigger prize money next year. George MacCall, the promoter who runs the League, said would have lost $20,000 by entering its stars In the Wimbledon tournament-even if they had cleaned up all the prize money. MacCall said: "We have to support Wimbledon, which is a symbol of world tennis. But we can't go on supporting Wimble don at a loss," Decatur helped'with six errors in the sixth. In all, there were 22 errors In ttft contest, 13 by Manchester. Manchester got Its final ran on a homer by Bev Leslie. Marge Hoch, who wks the victim of the nine-run outburst in the first two innings, stayed around until the sixth inning when she left in favor of Betty' Gibson, who protected the lead to give Hoch the victory. Big hitter in the Manchester lineup was shortstop Kerry Westwood, .who had 4-ter-4. Barb Moore cashed in with three hits. Shirley Adleman to the likely starting pitcher for the Lakers tonight with Marmino probably going for the Royals. The two teams have met twice before this season, with tiie Lakers taking both games. Season tickets for the tourney, permitting each purchaser to attend every session of the meet, will still be on sale tonight at the gates. Price is $4 each. TOURNEY TALES: P a m Frieman, Wood River outfielder, has the longest throw so far in the long distance contest. She has thrown the ball 218 feet 10 inches, two inches better than the throw by Decatur's Diane Bremerman. Kerry Westwood, Manchester's speedy shortstop, leads the baserunners thus far with a time of 11.5 seconds around the paths. Two veteran pitchers, Bev Conaway of Alton, and Barbara Arrowsmith of Decatur, won't see any action this' tournament. Both are out with injuries. Conaway injured her teg in the Indianapolis tournament and Arrowsmith dislocated a shoulder. They're likely out for the season. Mary Rudd, who managed and played second base for Firecracker champion Oak Park last year, to now playing for Milwaukee end win be seen In action Saturday when the Wisconsin club plays against Manchester. Another Oak Park player, catcher Diane Mizerka, is also with Milwaukee. Something that has been badly needed for many years at Northside Park — dugouts -r will be built in the near future. Permanent fences have been constructed along the foul lines and next year there's hope another permanent fence, around the outfield, will be constructed. National Tennis its organization READY K>* SHUN*? GETA Wl MIRCURYNOW HAROLD'S PLACE Ui 15. FmvuiPit, Wood Wver OUR ENLARGED SHOP SERVICES Inboard ft Outboard Motors PIASA HARBOR Flam Creek—McAdams Highway GOLF CLINIC STMTINC JUIY 1M 6 2994030 PAR-LAHD DRIVING RANQE *h S*. * HMrtmi AT* Lease A New Ford Or Truck From HUTTON FORD, INC. IPEN END OR CLOSED END •• " ; ''' : lw|pMP(i,<p?|( ; 'llilli i^ W ^r%llMWt'lpP'P*(* Dally Rent-A-Car System Stop In Or Call 2*4-43SS-iOB McCAUL HUTTONFORD, INC. 1171 VAUGHN 10,, WOOD HVW-(IMIl)

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