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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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MOHBAT, AWHt 87,1953 ^^Hmufmtimmmmmmtmfmim^t^m Browns Split Doubleheader Against Sox Cardinals Kick. Away Five Ran Lead, to Lose, 7-S By fh« Asaoclated Prmf The Chicago Cubs didn't let • little thing like a M deficit or sudden rain stop them Sunday a they came back to take a 7-5 decision from the St. Louis Cardinal! at Wrigley Field. The Bruins hit the run path In the sixth with doubles by Preston Ward, Bill Serena and Randy Jackson, plus a walk to Hani Sauer by Redbird Gerald Staley In the seventh rain interrupted things after the Cubs had two basi runners and two out, but with th shower over they added four mon runs—two of them on a home run by Serena. Ray Jablonski tried to keep St Louis in the running with a pal of doubles and a single while Stan Musial also batted out three hits one a two-bagger. Al Brazle, victim of Serena' homer, drew the loss whicl • dropped the Cardinals into a fourth place tie with Milwaukee. At St. Louis, Busch Stadium Bob Elliott powered the Browns to a 7-2 first game victory, but th White Sox recovered with a three run ninth inning attack in the sec ond contest for a 3-0 triumph. Billy Pierce, trying for his 10th Straight victory, a string he startec last season, was the opening gam losen Elliott contributed a triple find home run, each good for two tallies. Southpaw Dick Littlefield wa the winning pitcher, but retired 4n the sixth after a line .drive by Ferris Fain injured his pitching hand. X-rays taken later showec no bone fractures. Rookie Mike Blyzka had allowed just two hits in his duel with veteran Joe Dobson until the Sox rapped out four singles in the fina inning. Dobson gave up four hits altogether. Bills' Boushka Gains Award ST. LOUIS — Richerd (D i c k) Boushka, leading scorer on St. Louis University's basketball team during the past season, has been awarded the Atlantic Refining Company scholarship for the aca demic year beginning in September, the Rev. James 9. Macelwane S. J., dean of St. Louis University's Institute of Technology, announced today. Bouska is the highest ranking student among next year's jun iors and seniors in geophysical engineering at the University. The scholarship in geophysical engineering awarded to Bouska is one of fourteen awards to universities in the Middle West and South the other fields being geological, chemical, mechanical, electrical and petroleum engineering. A sophomore from Springfield, Dl., Bouska set several new school records for Coach Eddie Rickey's Billikens during the past season "Dead-Eye Dick" scored 36 points against Wichita University on January 7th to set a new individual game mark and, tied the record for the most field goals, 14, the same night. Bouska also set new records for the most points, 494, and the most field goals, 174. In addition to school honors Bouska established a new all time Missouri Valley Conference scoring average of 20.5 points per game. Ticket Sale Begins For North-South Game MURRAY, KY. — A first and last call went out this week to basketball fans who want to buy tickets to the fifth annual playing of the North-South high school All- Stars basketball game in the Murray State College gym on Saturday night, June 13. In the past, the 2,000 tickets .available have been sold out long before the demand for them has been met. The fifth game, with a promise of the best game should prove no exception. yet, The tickets are on sale, on a first come first served basis, at the Bank of Murray and at the Business Offi.ce at Murray State College, Mail orders are accepted. ENJOY ELM DAIRY ALTON EVENING TKLBORAPH - KNUCKLES DOWNHohnny Lindelt, 36, who failed with the Yankees as a pitcher but made the grade as a hitter, shows new Pittsburgs Manager Fred Haney how he holds his knuckle ball—as if Haney doesn't know. Lindcll won 24 games last year for Haney as the Hollywood Stars took the Pacific Coast League flag. ACME ALLEYS Building Trades Building Trades won 2 from Pipefitters. Sheet Metal won 2 from Carpenter. Painters won 2 from Laborers. 200 games: Eyers 224; Dilback 201, Guinn 231, Lusk 211, Wilson 213, Kulp 209. Thursday Nlte Woman's League Wedgees won 3 from Wedgettes. Boosters won 2 from Bowlettes. Individual High Single: M. Goodwin 134. Thursday Merchants Bucks won 3 from Moose No. 3. Moose No. 2 won 3 from Roller's. Independent won 3 from Hutchinson. Oltimer won 3 from J. H. Walters. Kingston won 2 from Wohnlicks. Schroeders won 2 from Moose No. 1. Pioneer won 2 from Jackson. Browns won 3 from Meyers. North Side won 2 from Elm St. 200 games: Simpson 205, Schroeder 201, Hellrung 230, Conway 212, Admire 205, Timmermier 206, Glover 219, B. Weule 232, R. Weule 200. Industrial League Shell won 3 from Duncans. Oniz- ed No. 1 won 3 from Sinclair. Isco won 3 from Boxboard No. 1. Box- board No. 2 won 3 from Onized No. 2. Godfrey Box won 2 from Westerner. 200. games: Boyd 222, Buese 210, Nagy 211, Covvn 217, J. Perica 234, Autery 226-201, Stallings 207, Gross 203, J. Lawrence 219, Wrest 211215, Blair 210, Secor 201, Buehlman 200, Parish 244, Boker 209, Jun 201-202, Guth 202, Nekola 201, Arbuthnot 210, Williams 207. UPPER ALTON Upper Alton Classic League Upper Alton Lanes won 3 from Sardesty. Greenwood won 3 from Black Hawks. Queen won 2 from Jack's. 200 Games: Combs 221, 223; N. Showers 212, 203; B. Showers 203; Wilson 224, 208; Stalp 210; Coleman 223, 211; Pointer 212; Dycus 227; Hudock 221; Sheets 200; Steiger 201. Thursday Businessmen A & P won 3 from McCoy. 7 Up won 3 from Beall. Bishop's won 2 from Alton Hardware. 200 Bowlers: Landis 221; Combs 214, 211; Steiger 207; Carr 203; Wilson 201. Bowling BOWL INN Standard Mechanical won 2 from Perma- lubes. Korites won 2 from Red Crown. Engr's. won 2 from Utilities. Works Office won 3 from Labor. 200 Bowlers: Gerhard 234. Shell Ladies Shell Mixers won 2 from Shell- ettes. Shellites won 3 from Shell Mrs. Firecrackers won 2 from Oil- erettes. Activators won 2 from Research. Individual high game: Nash 190. Thursday Ladies Moosettefc won 3 from 5 Hits. Cherry Pickers won 3 from Toppers. Whats Its won 2 from Lucky Strikes. Individual high game: Walker 159. Lutheran Ladies Edwardsville won 2 from. All Stars. Hamel won 2 from Prairietown. Bethalto tvon 2 from Alton. Individual high game: B. Helmkamp 173. Lutheran Men Dorsey won 3 from Messiah. Edwardsville won 2 from Hot Shots. Gehlenbeck won C from Bethalto. Alton Trinity won 2 from Hamel. St. Peters won 3 from Prairietown. 200 Bowlers: Meyers 211; Frillman 209; Behshorst 203; Schmidt 207; Corfiatis 208. Super Shell Distilling wort 2 from Ramblers. Relics won 2 from Fire. Pilots won 2 from Supervisors. Gas Plants won 3 from Engr. Office. 200 bowlers: Branham 222, Durham 209, Price 214, Gillis 201, Hayes 205, Hubach 210, McColloch 202. Golden Shell Brickmasons won 3 from Whiz Kids. Machinist won 2 from Rolla- ways. Instr. Dept. won 2 from Control Lab. Engr. Mixups won 2 from N. P. Engr's. 200 bowlers: Tarcha 203, Thomas 201, Johnson 200, Schwab 222, Hake 212, Benefiel 207. Commercial Tank Car No. 1 won 2 from Hunt. Griesedieck won 3 from Tank Car No. 2. Stubby's won 3 from Sportsman Club. Stag won 2 from Carter. Luers won 2 from Piasa Tool. 200 bowlers: Stamper 214, Sowders 200, Earl 215, Pape 202. * UMUGLNI/tU M11 K Arcaro Draws Correspondence For Shot at 6th Derby Win LOUISVILLE, Ky. ^P-Bring to-1 the finish of five Kentucky derbies gether the nation's No. 1 stakes | He started his string with Lawrin Binning jockey and a top flight! in 1938 and added Whirlaway in lorse and you are sure to have a 1941, Hoop Jr. in 1945 Citation in opular combination for Saturday's 1948 and Hill Gail last year No unning of the $100,000 added Ken- other jockey can match that'rec- ucky Derby at Churchill Downs, ord. And that is just what Mrs. Goron Guiberson's Correspondent lE^i/I.^ H/tft*>o nd jockey Eddie Arcaro figure to| " H'l'l'f: Iri-ttyS e in the 79th running of the turf »,, , J^^ 'oT'course there is a horse by * WltS GlOUtS the name of Native Dancer, who is BROOKLYN #-"See that younc b ^ ° t ^ :faVOnte - fellow smi "* » the first row box Michigan Rips Illinois TH ice In Conference CHICAGO ff - Michigan's Wol vertnes waded triumphantly through three week-end games- Including two with their 1953 championship partner, Illinois — as the Big Ten baseball, season began. The Wolves tore into Ohio Stat« 19-9 at Columbus Friday, then beat Illinois in a doubleheader at Cham* paign Saturday, 84 and 3-2. llllnolg had won its first game, a 2-1 con* quest of Michigan State Friday. Two other teams came through the week end undefeated. Northwestern won both ends of a Saturday doubleheader with Indiana, 8-0 and 11-0, and Wisconsin beat Purdue twice, 5-4 and 9-5. Ohio State bounced back from the drubbing by the Wolverines with a double victory Saturday over Michigan State 4-1 and 24. Three games were rained out Friday—Purdue at Northwestern, Indiana at Wisconsin and Minnesota at Iowa—and the weather did a repeat for a scheduled Iowa-Minnesota doubleheader Saturday. Play continues this week end for the Big Ten title held jolritly last year by the Wolverines and Illinois. In single games Friday, Northwestern is at Wisconsin, Minnesota at Michigan, Iowa at Michigan State, Ohio State at Purdue and Illinois at Indiana. In doubleheaders Saturday, Northwestern is at Wisconsin. Iowa at Michigan, Minnesota at Michigan State, Illinois at Purdue and Ohio State at Indiana. Al Besselink Wins Tourney Of Champions LAS VEGAS, Nev. _S»—Happy- go-lucky Al Besselink is the first champion of the Tournament of Champions. He picked up 10,000 silver dollars, delivered by wheelbarrow, by shooting an eight-under-par 280 to whip Chandler Harper by one stroke Sunday in the 535,000 event. Until Sunday Besselink, 29, had won only $1,545.83 in 14 tournaments this year. With a disposition which earned him the title "the Dizzy Dean of golf," he did even better at the bank by being confident in himself. He bet $500 on his chances, at 25-1, and was a factor every minute of the four days of play over the 7102-yard, par 36-36—72 Desert Inn Country Club layout. Lloyd Mangrum and Johnny Palmer, with last rounds of 69 and 72, moved up to tie Gary Middlecoff and Lew Worsham in third place with 285's. Tommy Bolt at 286, made the seventh player in the field of 20 to break par 288. The 20 qualified by virtue of winning at least one major tournament in the past year. Only Ben Hogan among the eligibles passed it up. Perez Bidding For Top Shot NEW YORK /P-Lulu Perez, the best looking young prospect in the featherweight division, makes a bid for the top ten tonight when he faces experienced "Corky Gonzales, sixth ranking 126-pound contender from Denver, at Eastern Parkway Arena. The flashy New Yorker Just turned 20 Sunday, thus becoming eligible for his first ten-round bout. He has won 17 in a row and 21 of 22. The ten rounder starts at 8 p.m. (CST) and will be telecast to some parts of the country. Telegraph Want Ads "Click." He has 11 straight victories in an unbeaten career to recommend him as the public's choice but when Arcaro throws a leg over a horse in a race as rich as the derby he and his mount are sure to command respect. Arcaro, winner of four $100,000 races on the West Coast last winter, has been on the front end at jrcrtiooaUy AdrartiMd EAGLE CLOTHES f* an COM* 10 COM* i* GATELYS NO MONEY DOWN seats to the left of our dugout," Manager Leo Durocher of the New York Giants was saying, "If we had him on the club this year we'd win the pennant in a breeze." The young fellow turned out to Willie Mays, who exchanged his baseball flannels for a khaki uniform last May and is not scheduled to rejoin the Giants until JS64. Willie's Fort Eustis, Va,, Army baseball team was slated to play in Baltimore today and the young Negro centerfielder decided to take advantage of it by watching his former mates tackle the Brooklyn Dodgers Sunday. ST. LOUIS POLICE GIROUS ARENA NOW Thru MAY 3rd « Matinees Frl., Sat., Sun. Matinees «:15--Kveaint> 8:16 RM*rv*d ••»( Ordtrt e»o bt *b> <»ln*d •! Mulitlck Ct»»r Sttr*~> UK Huk*». Alton; «r tb« 4r*a» Pldf.-St. Bov Seats 81.00 Reserved P06IIT KNIVES \\u THROWIN6 KNIVIS Witteit STATE fir SROAOWAY ALTON CARNIVAL ffylNeXi Turner "We can't make him talk! You got any little tricks w« don't know down at the station?" Sports Briefs By The Associated Press Los Angeles—Olympic champion Parry O'Brien of USC put the shot 58 feet 8^4 inches for the longest toss on American soil—just 2U inches short of the world record in a USE-California track meet. Pinehurst, N. C.—Bill Campbell of Huntington, W. Va., scored a 2 and 1, 36-hole victory over Mai ralletta of St. Albans, N. Y., In the finals of the North and South Amateur Golf tournament. Chingford, Eng.—Doris Hart de- eated Shirley Fry, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 In the finals of the Connaught Tennis Tournament. Paris — Budge Patty of Los Angeles won the Paris International Tennis Tournament by defeating Bernard Bartzen of San Angelo, Tex., 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 in the final. Houston — Gardnar Mulloy defeated Vic Seixas 6,4- 5-7- 6-4, 6-2 in the final of the,. River Oaks Tennis Tournament. ALT-WOOD THEATRE TEL. -4-21/4 Old St. Louis Road Between East Alton and Wood River HE/, K/D3/ fittf PLAYOKOUHP I Open 7:00, Starts at Dusk I * LAST TIMES TONITE * !••» t W rilihnJ by PAT DUCGAN Difrad bf ELLIOTT NUGENT Added Mighty Mouse Cartoon OPENING TUESDAY 2-GIANT HITS-2 CALL IT LOVE~ / Mao Two Color Cartoons. 14* Doors Open at 7 Show Satrts 7:30 TONITC-TUES. Wow At Regular Prices. AdulU 40c, Kiddie* 12v, tu« included. * Gregory PECK it Susan HAYWARD "SNOWS of KILIMANJARO" KJUMiU at 7:iO. COMIDY-CARTOOMS The Laughing Horse LOUISVILLE K— LaffanagO got his name because of his disposition. "After we bought him as a yearling," sajs Abe Giddins, one of the stable owners, "the colt acted like he was laughing. Whtn he was taken on the track he always wanted to go. That's how we got the name." DRIVE-IN T H E A T R E ROUTE 140, COLLEGE AVE. ALTON. ILL. 9 Shows Nightly—Rain or Clear - ENDS TONITE Shown 8:51—11:08 . GARY COOPER "HIGH NOON" TUES—WED.—THURS. Shown at 8:29—10:44 LAST TIME TONITE "Above and Beyond", 8:56 "The Turning Point" 7:17 Tues,-Wed,-Thurs. IDA LUPINO—ROBERT RYAN TAYLOR HOLMES "BEWARE MY LOVELY" 9:11 Greatest of all wild animal pictures! Featuring Howard Hill. "TEMBO" Aiuco Color — 7:37 Selected Shorts Bragg Standout Of Penn Relays PHILADELPHIA JMTherB'i BO special award tor the outstanding individual performance In the Penn Relays, but if there wa§ the 19S8 pick would be a cinch, It would have to be Art Bragg. Bragg la the hunk of greased lightning from Morgan State who has been America's standout sprinter for the last few years. Bragg ran three championship races Saturday in the space of 80 minutes and won them all. First he anchored Morgan State to victory in the 440-yard relay, won in 41.7 seconds. Then he came back to run a tremendous final leg in the 880-yard relay, giving Morgan State the title in 1:28.3. The Negro comet climaxed his day's performance by winning the 100 meter dash In 9.7 seconds, run* nlng against a gusty wind. — TONITE RICHARD WIDMARK DANA ANDREWS "THE FROGMEN" JEANNE CRAIN In "TAKE CARE OP MY LITTLE GIRL" CARTOON NEWS TUESDAY 4 THURS. , tut. f ftttiitty rwtntiy rattan fran fnt jfMF rail worM» is tKt& • tftfflnt MB! roper. He hai mwft to« tftnt ifff. _^^_ fl^MltMA ^^^^^^^^ won j»™» rnoniiy fQpiflt ^cofltartit tw mounts tot raneK wortt are quarter nonet Hid fit tew to trafrt antf eMt tntjrft. B&ugh'fl remit nat th* Brand "Brt Lazy S," Me ttwft i AMU nftf* teredjtereterd buffi to itet m feeder calves. _, LANA -^ KIRK TURNER-DOUGLAS PJKcS)N-POWELL PLUS CARTOON Tonight at 8:49 P. JU. Brian Donlevy—Claire Trevor "Hoodlum Empire" Tonight 7:20 P. M. Evelyn Keyes—Dennis O'Keefe "One Big Affair" Short Subjects 7:00 P.M. TUES. and WED. JOHN WAYNE FORREST TUCKER IN "SANDS OF IWO JIMA" Shown at 8:40 P. M. CARLETON CARPENTER JArt STERLING IN "SKY FULL OF MOON" Shown at 7:90 P. M. Short Subject* at 7:00 P.M. PARKING Of Conttnuom 7 to Up.m. or THCATBB LAST TIMES TONIGHT Door. Op.n KIKBY GRANT—CHINOOK 84Spm "FAMOS tIF THE ARCTIO" 7:00—10:30 Robert Taylor—-Eleanor Parker •••-i-a---*-.! " ABOVE in < BEYOND" Martin tUyvnii, Ateucer , jj ; u TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY N 0 R S1D f rp TURNER ^ KIRK DOUGLAS ^.W ALTER PlDCEON ^ DICK | POWELL TNI CRAW TNIATW IS THE ONLY THWflU IN ALTON SPECIALLY EQUIPPED TO SHI 3RD D TIM'S FIRST LENGTH FEATURE BWAHADEVIL ttfrlai^ **•" •«-*•*•*' AwUlft MNMim UntOT nww PLUS JOOJLOB CARTOON "For Whom The Bulls loll" Sportscope—'Bobby Shanttf Prices ThU Engagement Only: Adults 84b Till. 6 VM. Then 98o. Children ftOe it All Times. TODAY & TUES. Matinees Dally 1?:4B G.RAND FREE! "3D POLAROID CLASSES with each .. ADMISSION. TODAY and TUESDAY Matinees Daily 12:48 Shown 1:10 3:55 6:35 9:80 PLUS Martha HYlSJEt ruwj Byron MICROS PRJFNTAI Shown 8:40—5:26—8:40 TONIGHT and TUESDAY OPEN 6:50 P.M. lAfOODRIVER WHTCJAN by H1U SAVAK

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