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against him. "The man's a damn fool and a liar," Foyt said in rebuttal. " I'm an independent contractor and have nothing to do with his contract agreement with USAC. I resent him telling me how to behave without knowing the facts. I don't like to get hassled. If Fred is looking to get out of sponsoring USAC, then I'm the goat." Foyt explained that Alexander told Rutherford not to move over in the Phoenix race as Foyt made his move to lap his fellow Texan. "When I'm being lapped 1 always move over," Foyt said. "Fred never knew what it was all about. You know, I hate to see people crying all the time. It takes the fun out of racing." In an unusual gesture to air his side of the story, Foyt spent 45 minutes discussing the situation with reporters and explaining that "I've done nothing wrong. "He's (Stecher) mad at me because I wouldn't put his Citicard decals or wear his patches,'' Foyt said.' 'Heck, I said at the beginning of the year I wasn't running for his championship." championship." break a jinx "I was very happy to get off the golf course," she said: "I hit terrible. I checked all the fairway lots," referring to her being all over the 6,225-yard Plymouth Country Club course. But she was pleased with her putting. She only needed 25 taps for a career low. "Usually I figure if I have 30 putts that's a 68," she said. "The way I was putting all I had to do is get on the green." Carner also canned a 25-foot putt for a birdie on No. 11, but her best shot was holing out from a bunker on No. 7 for another birdie. Chako Higuchi, the lithe Japanese who won the LPGA championship championship two weeks ago, and four other golfers trailed Carner by a single shot with 69s. The others were Sandra Burns, Signa Quandt, Sally Little and Laura Baugh. Sox, Cubs triumph The White Sox defeated the Tigers 11-2 and the Cubs bombed the Dodgers 21-6 in one - sided Galesburg Youth League games Friday night at O. N. Custer. Ricky Smith went two for two and Joe Scott pitched a three hitter hitter to lead the White Sox in the opener. Loser Tracy Huff held the White Sox to three hits. Cedric Woodson went four for four, including a home run, to lead the Cubs in the nightcap and Todd Harvey went two for two with a home run. Jon Ripperger was the winning pitcher, allowing allowing four hits. Youth League boxes TIGERS Players ab r h Owens 3 1 1 Huff 3 1 I Isaacson 2 0 0 Curry 1 0 0 Szyoloski 3 0 0 Foster 2 0 1 Simmons 1 0 0 Wilson 2 0 0 S. Kniss 0 0 0 Harding 1 0 0 Lashbrook 2 0 0 J. Kniss 2 0 0 Karlovich v I 0 0 TOTALS 23 2 3 WHITE SOX Players ab r h Doyle 1 2 0 Freeburg 1 0 0 Willis 3 1 1 CICL box GALESBURG Players ab r h Gowan 4 1 2 Price 4 1 1 Barfield 3 0 2 Hunter S 0 0 Frank 4 0 I Hemm 4 0 0 Doss 4 1 2 Baldner 2 0 1 Squires i 4 2 2 Czarka 0 0 0 Anderson 0 0 0 TOTALS 34 S II BLOOMINGTON Players ab r h Lyons 4 2 2 Stanley 4 1 1 Curry 4 2 0 Pellack 3 3 2 Sehmitz 0 0 0 Swearingen 4 2 2 Uoby S 2 4 Buselt S 1 2 Bravo 2 0 0 Karabin 4 0 0 Hubet 0 0 0 TOTALS 35 13 13 SCORE BY INNINGS Galesburg 201 000 002 — S Bloomington 300 324 Olx — 13 Pitchers Ip h r er bb so Czarka (L, 3-1) 5* » 8 8 4 3 Anderson 2v, 4 S 5 2 4 lluber IW, 2-2) 8 M 11 S 4 4 5 Stanley *i 0 0 0 0 0 Scott 3 T. Smith 3 linger 2 Duke 0 White 3 R. Smith 2 Robinson 1 Anderson 0 Coleman 0 Godsil 1 TOTALS 2* 11 1 SCORE BY INNINGS Tigers 100 010 — 2 White Sox 503 30x — 11 WP-Joe Scott. LP-Tracy Huff. CUBS Players «b r h Blackwell 3 1 2 Powers 3 1 1 Harvey 2 3 2 Steward 3 3 2 Ripperger 3 2 1 Woodson 4 3 4 England 2 2 1 Pittington 1 2 1 Schultz 2 0 0 Roach 1 0 0 Dennis 2 2 1 Page 1 0 0 Johnson 2 1 1 Ryan 1 0 0 Clark 2 I 1 Schultz 0 0 0 TOTALS 33 11 17 DODGERS Players ab r K. Mixon 4 0 Boylson 2 1 S. Beversdorf 1 1 C. Mixon 1 1 A. Beversdorf 3 1 Marron- 2 2 Johnson 3 0 Pierson 0 0 Miller 1 0 Norvell 0 0 TOTALS 17 I * SCORE BY INNINGS Cubs S82 SI - 21 Dodgers 020 04 - 6 OP-Jon Ripperger LP-Scott Beversdorf Advance Tickets on Sale & Group Rates AvailableCALL 343-2117 The Stars of Nashville Featuring TOMMY CASH! Amateur Motorcycle Hill Climb (Headache Mountain)

Clipped from Galesburg Register-Mail25 Jun 1977, SatPage 14

Galesburg Register-Mail (Galesburg, Illinois)25 Jun 1977, SatPage 14
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