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Sikeston Daily Standard (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Sikeston, Missouri The daily Sikeston Standard sit attn mo., monday May 20, 1963 finals pounded by reds for 7th defeat in 9 games dodgers left hand Way to one game behind giants 4p a a it a �?�41p. Or j v4 re a Ai by <0 a or. In a drive triggered and pow ered by Golden armed Sandy j Koufax and sustained by staff j finisher Ron Perranoski the i Las Angeles dodgers have left-1 handed their Way to within on length of the Lead in the a St. Jouis scored plenty of j Louis. Tonal league race. A tons but Bob Gibson gave away j Dave Wickersham failed for masterful pitching by the two a Ven More and the cardinals the a a in the first game As the southpaws paced the dodgers to lost to Cincinnati sunday 10-6. Red sox rapped him for nine a doubleheader sweep sunday Kansas City got enough pitch i hits and a six runs in four inn j Over the new York mets. Kou my to remain the fifth Mem \ Ings. Frank Malzone led the j fax fired a two hitter for a Tfir of the five team american j Way with four hits including 1-0 Triumph in the opener and league race. Two homers for five rib. Perranoski registered Sev e n the a a split a doubleheader in the Nightcap the a a Over scoreless innings of Relief in sunday with first place Boston j came a faulty Start by de Rak winning the second game 4-2 winning the second contest 8-7 of. Who also lasted four innings on Frank Howard a two run a after losing 7-3. And allowed six runs. I Homer in the 13th. The reds pounded Gibson 1 j George Alusik. Who knocked j the twin victories made it six pm for four first inning runs. The cardinals fought Back to tie but second. De Charles also hit a i Anco n of 13 in a push that one out in the ninth for a 6-5 second game decision. Cal Mclish blanked san Francisco so on five hits in the first game. Elsewhere in the no a Hie Milwaukee braves coasted an 8-2 Romp Over Chicago behind old master Warren Spahn after being edged 3-2 by the cubs and Dick Ellsworth Frank Robinson and Jerry Lynch led Cincinnati Over St. Louis 1 is and Bob Friend pitched Pittsburgh to a 5-6 Victory Over Houston that ended Hie pirates losing string at five games Gibson a error three walks and two a amp Ninati hits produced a live fun sixth that Iron the me. The cardinals slammed 15 hits. Groat had four and Curt stood three. The defeat was the seventh in lha last nine games for St. Candy shots Home two runs in the first game straight for the dodgers who. F homered for two More in the have won nine of their last 101 maw Bomer. Leaves them just one game be unbeaten Bill Fisher won his Hind san Francisco a first sixth game in Relief although p Ace giants. John Wyatt came to his Aid. The giants salvaged a double the split put Kansas City a header split with Philadelphia half game behind the red sox j when Felipe Alou homered with although the a a Are in fifth place. A. L. Teams stand still Baltimore it a it Candy spots who took care of chateau Gay and never Bend in the $18b,000 Preakness at Pamlico was off to Garden state Park today ready to Challenge All Comers in the Jersey Derby on memorial Day. He May face a Battle from the Maine Chance farms get around and the Jaclyn stable s ahoy in the 3-year-old title to the Belmont stakes at Aqueduct june 8. The big Chestnut from California who was upset and finished third Back of Chateaugay and main rivals like a Tiger saturday and left them Bill Faul. A 23-year old Detroit Bonus baby who relies on hypnosis but defies Bpersti i be Quot re a a a a a a a a a a a a a Ken a May 4 at Louisville pounced waving Frank Malzone Are cast-1 on his two ing a spell Over the american league. Gasping in the final Quarter mile Faul. Who pitches Witt the Aid of Timlic Home of hypnosis yet wears no. 13 on to say that file Preakness his uniform had the batters a. Was Candy spots. Best Thi something of a trance sunday year. Trainer mesh a Tenney do. Cleared before the winning team split . Tenney took Candy spots to new Jersey while own local regional a National Kansas edges Missouri for big 8 outdoor track title m Manhattan Kan. Up a Kan each of his 16 seasons at Kansas received career highs from has won 10 outdoor 11 indoor a in men for a Surprise team and 14 Cross country big titles. Championship and Oklahoma plus two National crowns. State s Charles Strong was the four of the six Kansas Ca outstanding individual in the reer bests came in two of the Stii big eight track and Field three events the 3-mile and beet. Triple jump the Jav hawkers a whopping 74% Points to the scoring 15 in each Field events made the difference Strong won the annual Hen j few Kansas in a four Point by Schulte award with 32 Points squeeze past Missouri 1�% to he won the 440 in 47.1, the As he checked Washington an 220 in 21.0, anchored the winning three hits in route to a 5-1 Vic the Victory kept alive coach�3 11.3 mile relay team with a tory in his first major league Feill Easton a record of at least j sizzling 46.8 was second in the Start. We one conference track title in Broad jump and Rati on the third Malzone. Meanwhile Contin a place 440 team. Nebraska a Ray used to hypnotize the pitchers. L Knaub won the 100 in 9.5 and bring my his average in to a ome re cog anchored the 440 Baton team to league leading .356 with six hits a never by a set Victory in 41.0. My Luiting two homers and a half la nor kit a a a a a. I �1 a. In annul a Spring open i Nebraska a indoor champions dozen runs batted in As first j Golf tournament at the Sikes Missouri nails Down big eight Loop baseball Crown Missouri finishes Low in big eight All sports finals a a. _. At 86. Oklahoma state at 73- doubleheader with Kansas City. F a it ,.tjin Oklahoma won the big eight Oklahoma 35, Iowa state 20% j Malzone right handed swing i p 1 Louisville. B made another big move but the Winner of the Spring open Golf tournament at the Sikeston country club v. Powell receives a congratulatory handshake and awards from Fred Tope jr., co chairman for the tournament. Powell shot a 145, one Over Par for the 36 holes. Standard staff photo a 00 Powell wins first annual Spring open Golf tourney Missouri la the big eight baseball Champion for the ninth time in 24 seasons under coach i Simmons and will open a bid for its second National Crown with an Mcaa 5th District playoff series against St. Louis u., the Missouri Valley Champion. The dates and Sites for the Best of three series Haven to been set. Frank Prentup Colorado coach is 5th District chairman. He is expected to Start work on the problem today. Missouri must get past St. Louis for a trip to the no aah a College world series at Omaha in june. Mizzau won the Mcaa to 1954 and was runner in 1952 and 1958. The tigers finished with a 17-3 league record and 21-5 for All games. They lost to Oklahoma state Oklahoma and Kansas each time by one run in a three Gam series. Oklahoma was second with 13-5 and 14-10 for All games Colorado third with 11-7 and 12-12, Kansas fourth at 1-8 and 15-10, Oklahoma state fifth by a scant eight percentage Points with 12-9 and 15-10, Nebraska sixth with 5-15 and 8-18, Iowa state seventh on 4-14 and 7-14, and Kansas state last with 4-16 and 6-20. Mizzau lost the first game 3-2 to Kansas but rallied to win 4-3 behind Rich Peterson a three hitter. The tigers did no to need the split to win so it developed because Iowa state upset Oklahoma 4-2 and 10-9 and climbed out of last place. Delon Thompson won both games the second in Relief. Oklahoma state finished a three game sweep Over Nebraska 6-1, and Colorado made it three straight Over a state 7-3 in other closing games. National league american league w l go w l go san Francisco 25 15 a Boston 19 13 _ los Angeles 23 16 1 Chicago 21 15 a Chicago 19 18 4 Baltimore 21 15 a St. Louis 20 19 4 new York 18 13 Viz Milwaukee 19 20 5 Kansas City 20 15 Viz Pittsburgh 17 18 5 Cleveland 15 16 3% Cincinnati 17 18 5 los Angeles 18 22 5 Philadelphia 17 20 6 Detroit 14 20 6 Houston 17 22 7 Minnesota 14 21 6% new York 16 23 8 Washington 14 24 8 a finished third with 93, Colora i does Dre meet favourites fourth a on the top spot by splitting a i o. U head of the Pamlico stretch Piaf Boston hold its slim grip whare Candy spots assured com. Conference All sports Champion-1 and Kansas state 18%. It was a ing third baseman hitting at a it f an or ship for the 23rd time in 35 the tightest four team finish.462 clip in the last 11 games Cand it a a St turned or years with High finishes in since 1938. Hrop in five runs with a Nair or an a was a the sooner had 32% Points for the 10 sports an average of third place in each. Tow scores win in the All sports race. Colorado edged Kansas for runner 37% to 39. Oklahoma drove in five runs with a pair Golf Tennis and baseball Dur j rav Stevens of Nebraska of homers and two singles As Fig the final weekend of Spring with a career Best of 4 11.3 be the red sox won the opener a ports fore the meet was a Surprise j 7-3. The a a turned the tables. Mile Winner in 4 04.9 for the 9-7 in the Nightcap Only meet record. A the other teams All split. Bal Jerry Mcfadden of Missouri timbre edged Chicago 4-3 be ran 4 05.3 nine seconds faster fore the White sox won 4-3 in 10 than his career Best Bob grif innings and remained in a tie with of Colorado 4 05.9. All three with the orioles for second states defending champions i were school records and All und place .011 Points behind Boston won Golf and Tennis for the sixth Jymee records of 4 06.2 by the los Angeles Angels de straight year and climbed into a Hodgson Oklahoma. 1959. Heated new York 6-2 but the fourth with 43% Points be Hie favorite finished fourth. Yankees came Back and took Braska had 44%, Missouri 46, to Colorado with the Best season the Nightcap 10 4. Cleveland a state 57 and Kansas state Niarkos in seven events won won 6-4, then lost to Minnesota a. Only one Gold medal on Jim 7-6. Oklahoma state which joined j Millers 36.5 in the 330 hurdles a. Tiie conference in 1958, won the Kansas was conceded one and All sports Crown for the 1960 May be two firsts but led the 61 school year with Kansas and with five Gold medals. Yul Olahoma tied for second then Yost the favorite won the shot i i heated for 196162 with Kan-1 put at. 58 6%. His Best. Kirk second. Hagan s 880 Victory in 1 50.7 Oklahoma has never finished j Over Missouri a Greg Pelster below third place in the All was a mild upset at Best. Or. More pow saturday. Then came the surprises a Glenn Martin took the Broad jump. 23 8% Floyd Manning the pole vault 15-0 and Paul Acevedo the 3-mile, 14 21. Woods again sets Siu school Mark Chicago pair grab women a National doubles Bowling Cleveland a Elaine Hanzel and Bobbie Shaler of Chicago won the women a National doubles Bowling championship sunday night with a score of 6,212. Their Victory was Worth $1,200. The twosome rolled a sparkling third round Block of 1,687 to Edge Marion Ladewig National All Star Champion Grom grand rapids mich., and Laverne Carter of St. Louis by 24 pins. Carbondale. Ill. Geor sports standings in the leagues 35-year history. In the past 12 years Kansas won it twice. 1956-57 and 1959-60, and was second a even times. Nebraska Kansas and Iowa other individual winners age Woods former Sikeston track state have three championships Hob Ward. Missouri 14.4, High j Star set a new Southern Illi each Oklahoma two and mis hurdles John Anderson okla Nois University school record in it Uri one. Homa state. 167. 2%, discus the shot put event of a dual this year was unusual in that j Ross Tunnell. Missouri 6-7, High meet with notre Dame Satur Avery big eight team except i jump Vic Brooks Nebraska Day. George heaved the 16 Iowa state won or shared at j 47-3. Triple jump and Kent Flo Pound shot 58�?T 9%�?�. He also least one team title. Oklahoma Erke k state 232�?2%, javelin won the discus event with a Oklahoma state won the ten a throw of 138�?T 8%�?�. Nis and Golf crowns for the sixth he had broken the school and straight year. In Golf Osu had stadium record at Siu just last 849, Oklahoma 869. Colorado 377. Week. Kansas state 889, Kansas 893, Siu Defeated notre Dame in Missouri 900. Nebraska 911. Iowa the meet sweeping 10 of the 16 state 919, George Hixon of Osu events to win 76-64. Shot a final round g7 for medal-1 is honors with 209, one under Par. Nebraska indoor track Kan a As outdoor track Missouri baseball Colorado Cross county plus a basketball title tie with Kansas state. Oklahoma state had the most titles with three adding wrestling to the other two. But finished in the second division in every other sport. Ton country club ended sunday afternoon with v. Powell winning the Champ class with a 145. His 145 was one stroke Over Par for 36 holes on the course. Roy Williams won the class a Writh a 36-hold total of 151 strokes. T. Sawyer won class b with 62, t. Cooper won class c with 170, and b. Cornell won class d with a 186. Winners received prizes to eluding a set of golfer s bags. Over $750 in prizes were Given away to All winners. A Strong North wind made shooting Tough and brought scores soaring upward. Some qualifying rounds had been shot in Beautiful weather but the Breezy weekend soon halted that armed forces airman 2c. Arlan r. Miesner son of or. And mrs. Gilbert c. Miesner of Wittenberg has arrived at Pitburg a. Germany. Also in that country is airman . Leonard e. Street son of Clayton Street of Gideon who is having temporary duty at Span Dahlem a. Mrs. Miller Upchurch both of Commerce buddy r. Maddox son of or. And mrs. Jesse a. Maddox of Dudley. Westover fab mass. A major c. O. Raine iii of 103 w. Main Hayti mo., has been selected for promotion to lieutenant colonel in the United states air Force. The following men with air advancement to the higher Man Basic ratings have been 1 f an or a7�r Stoe will be of it sundays results Chicago 3-2, Milwaukee 2-8 Philadelphia 3-5, san Francisco 0-6 los Angeles 1-4, new York 0-2 second 3 innings Cincinnati 10, St. In it uis 6 Pittsburgh 5, Houson 0 saturdays results new York 4, san Francisco 0 Milwaukee 10, Chicago 6 los Angeles 6, Pittsburgh 4 Houston 3, Philadelphia 2 Cincinnati 9, St. Louis 7 10 innings night today s games Pittsburgh at Houston n Only game scheduled tuesdays games St. Louis at Chicago new York at los Angeles n Philadelphia at san Francisco n sundays results Boston 7-7, Kansas City 3-9 los Angeles 6-4, new York 2-10 Cleveland 6-6, Minnesota 4-7 Baltimore 4-3, Chicago 3-4, second 10 innings. Detroit 5, Washington 1 saturdays results Minnesota 8, Cleveland 1 Baltimore 2, Chicago 1 Detroit 6-5, Washington 3-7 los Angeles at new York postponed rain Kansas City at Boston postponed rain today a games Minnesota at Boston n los Angeles at Cleveland n Chicago at Washington n tuesdays games los Angeles at Cleveland n Chicago at Washington n major league stars by the associated press batting a Frank Malzone red sox took Over american a Robert n. Knight son of or. League batting Lead at .356 with and mrs Encil Knight of Parma reassigned from Lackland fab son of or. And mrs. Jack Pennington 343a Cape Rock drive to Chanute fab 111. Robert h. Hesselrode. Son of or. And mrs. Robert h. Hesselrode of East Prairie. Lowry fab colo., six hits including two homers and knocked in six runs As Boston split doubleheader with Kansas City winning 7-3 and losing 9-7. To Sheppard fab tex., and the following airmen third class Melvin l. Hostler son of mrs. Lorene Hostler of Morehouse i to Schilling fab Kan., Ronald or Mure. Rickman son of or. And pitching Sandy Koufax mrs John v and Buie dodgers won his fifth so night a Upchurch son f or. And festive at a future Date. His sister mrs. C. W. Reed iii and his aunt mrs. L. R. Condit reside in Hayti. The major a member of Kappa Alpha received his a. B. Degree from Westminster College Fulton to. He is chief of Atlas Section in Headquarters eighth air Force Here. His wife Mable is the daughter of mrs. Paul Salmon of 535 Ranney Sikeston to. And recorded his third shutout of season limiting new York mets to two singles in 1-0 Victory. Happiness consists in being and in doing Good. Mary Baker Eddy no problems we do All laundry work for you new relaxation or old vexation a what is your Choice our laundry service helps. Sikeston laundry amp cleaners 517 e. Malone or 1-5165 free pick and delivery More than 6,000 persons the other Day yelled a Franco Assassin. Incidentally they were in Paris and he was m Madrid at the time. Commercial Appeal washable Latex paints body amp fender shop. Odoi ass fat try spreads belter $02 easier clean w Gal. 20h x Meloni stores inc. Or 1-4557 Polaroid electric Eye cameras watch for color film announcement soon we recondition to look like new drive in and let our experts make All the repairs needed to restore your cards a like new appearance. Done to delay. Bring it in today free insurance estimates. Dace body shop Tim. Or 1-1217 Highway 61 South Sikeston to. The j66-costs about $90. Tho j33-Coots com than $75. The 850-costs about $140. Fully automatic no focusing nothing to set a the j66 is the simplest land camera Ever and it costs about the same As the first land camera Model on the Market All you do is aim the camera and snap and of course your picture is ready in just 10 seconds. No extras to buy either. You done to need an expensive Light meter. Even the Flashgun la built right into the camera. The Brand new j33 Polaroid land camera has All the exciting automatic features of the j66 but makes a smaller sized picture just the size to fit conveniently in your Wallet. The Price lowest of All the Polaroid land electric Eye cameras puts 10-second automatic pictures Well wet tin the Roach of every budget. This it the most sensitive electric Eye camera in the world of any kind its tiny Micro Eye is capable of adjusting both Lens and shutter Speed even in a dimly lit living room. And with the Polaroid Wink Light you can forget about the expense and bother of flashbulbs for All your indoor pictures. This is the deluxe Polaroid electric Eye camera. Superior office Supply co. 112 e. Center Sikeston Majok league lkadeb8 by the associated prese american league batting 75 at bats a Malzone Boston .356 Causey Kansas City .355. Runs a Allison Minnesota 25 Hinton Washington. 24. Runs batted in a . Los Angeles 30 Nicholson Chicago and Allison Minnesota 29. Hits a Wagner los Angeles 50 Schilling Boston 46. Doubles a Robinson Chicago and Versalles Minnesota 11. Triples a Clinton Boston and Hinton. Washington s. Home runs a Wagner. Las Angeles 11 Allison Minnesota 9. Stolen bases a Aparicio Baltimore. 11 Charles Kansas City 7. Pitching five decisions a Fischer Kansas City 64. 1.000 Herbert Chicago 5-1, .833, strikeouts a Barber Baltimore 61 Cheney Washington 56. National learn batting 75 at bats a Covington. Philadelphia .360 Groat St. Louis .348. Runs a Aaron Milwaukee g flood St. Louis 32. Runs batted in a Aaron Milwaukee 34 Boyer St Louis 30. Hits a Groat St. Louis 86 Aaron Milwaukee 50. Doubles a Cepeda san Francisco 11 Santo Chicago Cardenas. Cincinnati and f. Alou san Francisco 10. Triples a Williams Chicago Cardenas Cincinnati and Skinner Pittsburgh 4. Home runs a Aaron Milwaukee 13 Covington Philadelphia and f. Alou san Francisco 8. Stolen bases a wills los Angeles. 11 Brock Chicago 9. Pitching five decisions a of Dell san Francisco. 5-0,1.000 Koufax and Perranoski los Angeles 6-1, .857. Strikeouts a Koufax los Angeles 59 Drysdale los Angeles 58. Read the classified ads or 1-4210 sure it costs a few pennies More per half gallon butt amp Quality Cheka ice Cream is probably the Only ice Cream in this area made from Grade a milk and Cream a sure h tastes 1 better tool

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