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TUESDAY. JULY 29, 1969 THE DEKALB DAILY CHRONICLE, DEKALB, ILLINOIS PAGE NINE Williams, Pinsoh Cubs, Cards To Pace les TP' - : V f 1 . t- -, mm" ! , 1 n Cubs Glenn Beckett tags bag and look for umpire for decision on pickoff in the third inning when San Francisco pitcher Juan Marietta! threw to Willie McCovey covering first Umpire Andy Oisen said, "out." The Cubs won in JO innings, 4-3. " (UP1 Photo) H !! f li i ir in i HT ff 1 " "t-1 '" "" I .f i Leo Avoids Cameras Cubs manager Leo Durocher turned his back when he saw photographers Monday at the Cub-Giant game in Wrigley .Field. Leo reportedly met with his boss, Cub Owner Phi! Wrigley, this tn&ming to discuss a trip that took Leo away from his team in the midst of its drive toward the National League pennant Durocher left midway through the Saturday game with the Dodgers and missed the Sunday game. But he turned up Saturday evening at a Boys Camp in Wisconsin attended by two sons of his new wife, the former Lynn Walker Goldblatt , (UPI Photo) U-Sliop, Barber-Greene Post City League Wins YMCA CITY-INDUSTRIAL STANDINGS City Dlvmhrn W. L. Ualvmltr Sbo .-.... H J Local IN fl I f ana Btucaa I S Wrmlty CImmk ..1 I U4ustrtl CMvltloB I W. V Un SI tXKalS As SjaifearOraans I S WMtttur t IS DEKALB Paul King pitched a two-hit shutout as the University Shop defeated the Farm Bureau 35 ers. 6-4, to remain in first place in the City Division of the YMCA City - Industrial League. In the other game last night at Recreation Field, Bar-beNGreene downed WurliUer, tf-Shop scored three runs in the (first inning to provide King with all the runs he needed. They added one in the third and two more in the seventh. Ron Davenport and Ed Peura led the winner's attack with two hits each. B. Leifheit and Dan-nawlcz had the hits ; for the JSera. :; ' .- Barber-Greene broke open a 3-3 tame in the fifth inning with fouf runs to claim their win over Wurliuer. Each team cored two runs in the seventh Inning. .-;.' , , Billings had two hits to lead Barber-Greene and Crowley had two hits (or Wurlitxer. Doug Sands was the winning pitcher am Smith took the loss, U-Shop now has t season record of 11-3, with one game remaining. Local 330 is at 9-2, with three games left These two teams will meet the night of Aug. 4 at Recreation in their final league game of the year. The 3Sers, despite their loss last night still have a big lead in the Industrial Division. They stand at 9-2 for the year. De- Kalb Ag is second with 4-7 mark. Barber-Greene is now 2-8 and Wurliuer is still looking for their first win as they have an 0-10 record now. In games tomorrow night at will play the Farm Bureau in the first game at 7 p.m. and Local 330 will go against the 33ers in the second game. Btillngi lb 4 Castillo rf 4 Brwnrwr c 4 Sand p 4 Sands cf 4 Andenofl u 4 Medcalf lb 4 Vaa Wet 3b 3 Taylor If J Total 34 Barbtr-tirenw WurUtur .... W M ; .a By The Associated Press Vsda Pinsoa and Billy Wil Hams attended to their private business in plenty of time to be come good company men when the chips wars) down. Pinson ran his hitting streak to 19 games with a fourth inning single Monday night, then came up with the deciding hit and saving defensive play in the St Louis Cardinals' 2-1 victory over San Diego. Williams also singled In the fourth, for a 17-gsme hitting skein, before stroking the win ning single in a two-run 10th in ning rally that sent the Chicago Cubs past San Francisco 4-3 in the day's only other game. The action picks up in both the National and -American Leagues today, with 17 games listed on the schedule. In the NL, Houston is at New York, Atlanta at Philadelphia and Los Angeles at Pittsburgh for twwilght doubleheaders, San Diego at St. Louis and Montreal at Cincinnati for single night games and San Francisco at Chicago in the afternoon. New York visits Oakland, Boston is at California, Wash ington at Seattle and Baltimore at Kansas City in AL night games while Detroit plays twi-night twin bill at Minnesota and Chicago visits Cleveland for another pair under lights. Pinson matched the NL s Sea son-high hitting streaks, shared by Pittsburgh's Matty Alou and Willie Stargell, with his fourth inning single, then doubled to score Julian Javier in the sixth and give St Louis a 2-4 lead. Cardinals' rookie Chuck Tay lor blanked the Padres until the eighth, when they scored on an error by Javier, an infield hit by Ed Spiezio and a double by Ro berto Pena. An intentional walk filled the bases with one out, but Pinson gloved Nate Colbert's foul fly down the right field line and fired to the plate to nail pinch runner John Sipin, completing a rally-killing double play. Javier cracked a leadoff horn' er off loser Dick Kelley in the first inning and singled ahead of Pinson's RBI double in the sixth, helping Taylor gain his third victory without a loss. Juan Marichal walked pinch hitter Willie Smith With two out in the 10th, and Don Kessinger, Glenn Beckert and Williams fol- lowed with singles, giving the Cubs their first Wrigley Field victory over the Giants ace -in five years. The '"Giants-overcame a 2-0 deficit on Willie McCovey's two-run homer off Bill Hands in the eighth and took a 1-2 lead in the top of the 10th on Willie Mays' run-scoring single. Ron Santo drilled a two-run homer for the Cubs before McCovey's 31st circuit sent the game into overtime. The- victory increased the Cubs' East Division lead over second place New York to five games. 10 timing! San Francisco .030 000 030 1 S 10 0 Chirsio ......000 300 900 -4 10 0 Martclial (13-) and Diets, Barton (10): Hands. Reaan (t), Nye (10) and Hundley. Wpw-Nya (M). HR Mc Covey (31). Santo (23ad). San DlPfo ......000 000 010 1 7 St. Louis 100 001 SO 3 1 1 Kelley, Rou (). Slsk (S) and HrtnlU. Taylor (3-0) and McCarrer IP Kelley (-S). HR Javier (7th), DeKalb Meth. Triumphs, 12-7 DEKALB In a non-teasue game played Sunday afternoon DeKalb Methodist topped Im- manual Lutheran, 12-7. DeKalb Methodist onened the scoring with three runs in the first. The big blow in the in ning was a bases loaded single by Jim Ward. Immanual came back with four in the second and three more in the fourth. Methodist took the lead for good with six runs in tha fifth inning. Ward had four singles ana arove in live runs to lead the Methodist attack. Reineman had three hits and four rhi m lead Immanual. McKenzie was the winnine pitcher, walking four and strik ing out four. Odam took tha loss for Immanual. - ' I ' . i K t. ? ' I hi : j a. ' 'J A ' Hi-' . . r ' r. I ... . . hr-,s - i f;X fH. m -t - . - . - - . - - -s T ' 1 y " " -S. TZ, . r gj ? 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Lopes 3b " 4 12 I 2b 4 04 0 0 Coanert if 4 4 1 S 01 Carpenter cf 1 0 0 0 OIWaN cf 1 I MMcKeuw pile e ei . ... 1 10 Totals IS 12 12 040 300 0 T IO ....... 301 ISO Mi ll TEE TO GREEN Because of tha wet condition of the golf course the Guy's and Doll's tournament last Sunday at Kishwaukee Country Club was postponed for one week and will be held Sunday, Aug. 1 Starting time will be L3Q p.m. Any members desiring to enter may do so by calling Don, Chaves at the Pro Shop, The event will be fol lowed by a buffet dinner for all participants ana guests. ll - 7 7 v a-T1'-iiH-'iif r-m t -1 i . V .1 r v i In IfSe-teCiM .aVraiSv Congratulations rAl Modloff, left receives congratulations from Charles Kit-, tleson on being the medalist in tha annual Lincoln Highway Golf Tournament which was held over the weekend at Dixon Country Club. Kittleson didn't do too bad himself as he was winner of the second flight Modloff had a 54 hole total of 225 and Kittleson had a score of 230. r ! MAJOR LEAGUE STANDiDSGS Merchants Defeat Earlville DEKALB The DeKalb Mer chants held on to first place last night by downing Earlville, 4-2. Earlville scored first in the game with a single run in the third inning. Linda Mosteller tripled and came in on a single by Betty Johnson. The Merchants csme back to tie it up in the fourth. Ellen Schelling was safe on an error, stole, second, and scored on a double by Ruth Fender. The visitors scored another run in the fifth, but DeKalb took the lead for good in their half of the inning with two runs. Barb Bofttian singled and Sue Hatver- son walked to start the rally. Both scored when Sue Farr"s fly ball was dropped in the outfield. The Merchants scored their last run In the sixth when Ellen Schelling slammed a homer. Sue Farr picked up the win for DeKalb. She gave up seven walks and seven hits. Earlville had runners at third in all but one inning, but were unable to set the hit when they needed it The Merchants played errorless ball behind their pitcher. Linda Boston took ihe. Joss for Eark ville and gave up fust three hits. The Merchants will play at Rochelle on Thursday night and S ! will host the Rockford Comets game rrigay mgni College All-Stars To Use Notre Dame Flavored Off. CHICAGO (AP) Tha Col lege Alt-Stars will send a Notre Dame flavored orfense and a highly regarded defense against the New York Jets Friday night in tfie Mta annual All-Star football game in Soldier Field. Notre Dame quarterback Ter ry Hanratty and Irish tackle George Kunz . Monday were! named co-captains on offense while cornerback Jim Marsalis of Tennessee State and llne-ipasslng of Jim NinowskL i oacser uot Babicn of Miami of 1 Both of these . teams were Olio will ' cc-csotain the de- coached bv Graham who II back fense. at the All-Star helm following a Head Coach Otto Graham, who three-year stint as coach of the GiiltonV Win Girl's Top Honors PARK BOARD GIRLS UACUE fflaall Senior High Leagua W. Chilton's S DeKalb Trust 4 DeKalb Greenhoas .. S Brady's S Acfcanaaa'a S Barch 3eweten ...... 0 Junior Hlb League First Natiaaal Bank .. 0 Jolly's S Bneee's Garaaa S Lehaa's Drugs 4 Elliott a Wood 4 Honey Girl .....4 Rukavina'e Tavern ... I TerwUllger's 1 Fontefs Implement .. 0 JaconelliM Shop 0 Kmmmmmmkmmm )jn s make-up "game I II Earivtlie (2) 1 Schaba'r 3b 3 0 0 Farr NATIONAL LEAGUE CHICAGO . New York . St. Louis . Pittsburgh . Phllsdelphla Montreal . . Atlanta Los Angeles San Fran. .. Cincinnati .. Houston . . . . San Diego W. L. ... S3 30 ... S3 41 ,.. S3 40 .. SO 40 ... 40 SS ... 33 S7 West W. L. ... SS 44 ... 55 43 ,., SS 44 ... 50 43 ..51 40 ... 34 SS Pet. .SIS .573 .820 .sos G.B. s 10 .40S 31 ,330 SS Pet. G.B. .503 -.501 1 .545 .53S .3)0 .330 3H 3V, S aSoarfay's Results Chicago 4, San Fraocleco 3 St Louis 2. San-Diego I Onlv garnet acbeduled Today's Probable Pltrbara AU Tlaws EOT Houston Wilson (ll-T) and Dtarkar (U-Sl at New York Gentry (0-S) and Kooamaa (0-3) (2), S OS p.a. Atlanta Nlekra (IS-S) and Psppaa (4-S) at Philadelphia Champion (3-S) and Wise (7-1). (2), S OS p.m. Los Angeles Sutton (12-10) and Foster (3-S) at Pittsburgh Veale (5-11) and Ellis (7-10). (2), S OS p.m. San Francisco Party (12-7) . at GU- cago Holtzman (12-5). 2:30 p.SL San Diego Santortnl (SS) at St. Louis B riles (10-1). 0 p m. Montreal Stoneman (S-12) at Cincinnati Maloney (4-2), S 00 p.m. Wedsesday't Gasnna Atlanta at Philadelphia, night Houston at New York, night Lot' Angeles at Pittsburgh, night San Francisco at Chicago San Diego at St. Louis, night Montreal at Cincinnati, night AMERICAN LEAGUE East w. Billlmore .. Detroit Boston Washington New York .. Cleveland .. .. 55 .. M .. 53 .. 8 .. 40 West W. .. SI . SS L. 31 42 44 53 54 St L. 3S 40 57 90 Pet. GB. .507 .580 .403 .471 .39 Pet. .sio .503 .434 .420 .400 .308 !2H 13 1H 22 29H GB. 3 ISVs IS 21 22 Minnesota .. Oakland .... SeatUe 42 Kansas City 42 CHICAGO 40 California 30 Monday's Results No games scheduled Todays Probable Kenan All Tones EOT New York Bahnsea (0-11) at Oak land Blue (0-1). 10:30 P as. Boston Nary (0-2) at California Murphy (0-10), 11 pas. Wsshlngtoo Coienua (7-S) at Seat tie Setul (7-4). 11 p m Baltlmor Cuellar (11-0) at Kansas City Bunker (5-7), S:30 p.m. : Detroit Loltch (14-2) and McLaln (IS-S) at Mtnneaota Perry (U-S) and Botwell (11-0) (2). 0 30 p ro. Chicago Marios (4-2) and John (O S) at Cleveland Hargaa (2-1) and Tiant (B ID. (2). 9:30 P sa. Mew York at Oakland, night Boston at California, night Washington at Seattle, eight Baltlmor at Kansas City, night Detroit al Minnesota, night at Cli Chicago Cleveland, night DeKalb (4) 0 Farr lb 3 0 0 Arctrr rf 3 0 0 Moore ss 3 0 0 MosMller If 2 2 liSchelllns 2b 3 3 I Jrvhnvm lb 4 0 TFender cf SOI Cheney c 3 0 3'Zordan lb J o Lemar s 3 0 0 Osier 3b 3 0 0 Kuchel cf 2 0 liBolger ir 2 Boston p 2 0 O Bottlan c 2 0 1 Momooth 7b 3 0 2 Hetverson rf 1 1 0 ! Elliott pr 0 10 ' I McCrea c 0 0 0 Totals 25 2 7! Totsls 23 4 3 Esrlvlllt 001 010 0-n2 7 DrKslb 000 121 - Methodists I,ead League YMCA -CHURCH LEAGUE STANDINGS 'DeKalb Methodist .. Sycamore Methodist Klrkland Lutheran . Bethany Baptist .... Sye. SC Mary's .... DeKalb St. Mary's . Salem Lutheran .... Malta Methodist .... DeK. Flrat Lutheran Mayfleid Natarenc Bethlehem Lutheran Trinity W DEKALB Chilton's down-id Burch Jewelers, 7-4, last night to claim the championship in the Senior High league of the Girls Park Board Softball league. In other games last night, Ackermans edged Brody's, 6-5, and DeKalb Trust outslugged DeKalb Greenhouse, 17-ly. Nancy Davis and Linda Slmonson had three hits each to lead Chilton's. Barb Eames was the winning pitcher. Mary Ellen Low and Gretchen Harmet had three hits for Burch's. Ackerman's scored the winning run in the last inning with two outs on hits by Pat Hiland and Debbie Dauner. Terri Bod-da was the winning pitcher. Donna Severson and Betsy Manning had twp hits for Brody's. Diane McConn had three hits and was the winning pitcher for DeKalb Trust. Diane Watt also had three hits. Pam London and Jill Franklin had three hits for DeKalb Greenhouse. First National Bank is the Junior High champion. Last night they defeated Jacqueline Shop, 12-1. In the other games, Elliott & wood crushed l-or- ster's Implement, 21-3, Breese's edged Hukavtna's Tavern, 14 13, Jolly's topped Jiuney Girl, 12-5, and terwilliger's forfeited Lehan's. Jeanne Hannan was the win ning pitcher and had three hits for First National Bank. Cathy Pasteris and Cathy Thompson also had three hits. Lori Prentice, Marueen Laughlin, and Lynette Wood all had three hits for Elliott it Wood. Judy Brown and Mary Forster had two hits for For-ster's Implement. Terry and Sherry Butler each had four hits for Breese's Ga rage. Sue Breese was the win ning pitcher. Mary Ramsdell and Lori Hyre had homers for Rukavina's. Diane Rourke was the win ning pitcher for Jolly's over Honev Girl. Barb Lindus had two hits tor the winners and Diane Worley hod two tor Honey Girl. jolly's and Breese's Garage tied for second in the Junior High League and will meet in a playoff game on Friday night at 8 p.m. had requested the players not to make the voting a popularity contest, was plessed with the se lections. "The results prove they took this seriously," said Graham. "These four men not only are outstanding athletes, they have been the hardest workers in our training camp Hanratty could be the key if the All-Stars hope to whip the Jets and Joe Namath. In three years at Notre Dame, Hanratty piled up 4,738 total yards to break the offense record of George Gipp and set 13 school records. One of his targets will be Jim Seymour, the rangy split end who helped Hanratty compile his records at Notre Dame. Hanratty is from Butler, Pa., which is only 20 miles from Beaver Falls, home of Broad way Joe Namath and the two could turn the midsummer classic into a neighborhood aerial brawl The last times the All-Stars won was in 1963 when Ron Van derKelen hurled them to a 20-17 triumph over Green Bay. The victory before that was a 35-18 decision over Detroit on the DEKALB Through games of last Friday, DeKalb Metho dist and Sycamore Methodist sre tied for first place in the YMCA Church League with records of s-0. e-er v 1 Vi 6 , if 'f i J I SI X jL V Mi " s J . fit'' ,r J Senior High Champions This Is the Chilton's team that are champions 4f the Senior High Division of the DeKalb Park District for the 1969 season. In front, left to right. Barb Eames, Linda ' Simmington, Carol Ritzman, Debby Wil. : llama, Cheryl Colbert, and DUne Culvert In back are Nancy Davis, Tonya Davis, coach George Eames. Betty Julian, Vicki Parker, and Celia Jarvi. Chilton's had a 5-1 league record. Washington Redskins, a position the former Northwestern ana Cleveland star was forced to re linquish to Vine Lombardi. Graham it not eotKernea about his offensa aa much as ha is the defense. He, is fully aware that the proa' pass patterns usually baffle tha collegians in the All-Star fame. . Although he will be witnout the services of LeRoy Keyes of Purdue, who like O.J. Simpson of Southern California and Ron Johnson of Michigan, will be missing because , of .contract squabbles with their respective clubs. Graham is high on his defensive secondary. "All the way along In training camp 1 have been impressed with our defensive secondary said Graham. "As a group I think U hat the speed and quickness to do the job. I'll be disappointed if the Jets get n cheap, quick touchdowns." j 1- Nevertheless, the All-Stars figure to bo somewhere around 13 points underdogs against the Jets who defeated the Baltimore Colts 16-7 in the Super Bowl to become the first American Foot, ball League team to qualify fee : the All-Star game. . Four Inducted Into Hall Of Fame Monday?' CO0PERST0WN, N.V. (AP)lpitchers who got me. It wasr Four new plaques hang on the walls of the Baseball Hall of Fame today. Two honor pitch ers from the dim past, while the other two are for a couple of sluggers known even to the younger generation of fans. Officially enshrined Monday in this village where baseball was born were pitchers Stan Coveleski and Wane Hoyt and slugging stars Roy Campanella and Stan "The Man" Musial. Hundreds of fans jammed into Cooper Park to see the ceremo ny, then walked a couple of blocks to Doubleday Field for the annual Hall of Fame game The Minnesota Twins thrashed the Houston Astros 7-2 on horn ers by Frank Quilici, Tony Oli- va and Graig Nettles before the game was called after five in nmgs because of rain. Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn introduced the new Hall of Fame members at the ceremo ny and read the inscriptions on their plaques. Campanella, in a wheelchair since an auto crash in 1958 end ed his catching career with the Brooklyn Dodgers, said, "Re gardless f my being here today in a wheelchair this is one of the greatest days in my life. Today means so much to me. Musial, who played 22 years for the St Louis Cardinals and still holds a lot of batting rec-i ords, almost broke up when he recalled his boyhood in the steel town Of Donors, Pa. "My father." he said, "was a Polish immigrant and a great Campy." Coveleski, now white haired and bent with age, won 2lt games in a 14-sea son career id the majors in the early 1900s. He choked up, too, when it was.. his turn to be officially induct . ed, but he managed to go on. He told of Working for I3.7S - week in the coal mines around -his native Shamokin, Pa., and' chunking stones at a tin cash? dangling from a tree- a pas. time that sharpened his pitching; skills. -rfr Hoyt spent 21 years In the niai- jors and won a total of , 237, games, many of them for the New York Yankees. . i,,; ber him talking about Babe Ruth. The Musials were poor then, and my first toy was a baseball." He also reminisced about playing against Campanella and the Dodgers. "Campy was -al ways trying to distract me," he said. "It wasn't the Brooklyn Many Pro Players Released Mondaj By The Associated Press It has been a long, hot day on the practice field and now the pro football player is relaxing in the solitude of his room. Suddenly, there is an ominous knock on the door. The voice that follows the knock has a simple message but it's even more ominous. "The ' coach wants to see you," it says and you the athlete knows right away that he can start packing his bags. He's fin ished in this camp. Plenty of pro players heard that unwanted knock Monday as pro football camps began the countdown for this weekend's first round of exhibition games. Most of the players trimmed were free agents but there were some veterans and other familiar names chopped too. The world champion New York Jets - shipped offensive lineman Jeff Richardson to Cin cinnati in exchange for a 1970 draft choice. Ironically, Rich ardson was squeezed out of the New York picture by Pete Per- rrault, who had been cut by the Bengals earlier and impressed in a tryout with the Jets. The Jets also dropped Roger Finney, a tight end from Flori da AtVM who was their 14th draft choice, tight end Jerry Za-j wadzkas, a taxi squader last year, and running back George Martin of San Francisco State. No. 1 Colls -Top West End ";: ROCKFORD DeKafb's Not ; 1 Colt team split a pair. of games in Rockford over the weekend, whipping West End. .. 7-1, and bowing to Funk's Oil, 6-2. That action left the No. 1 Colts. with a 10-8-1 season record and; that team will battle the No. Colts at Recreation Field Wednesday evening, beginning at 6 p.m. Marty Fassig fired a fine twor hitter in defeating West End and also had a big night with the bat. On the mound he blankest West End through thelrst five innings of play and ended up. walking inrce ana sinning oui five and the run he gave up in ". baseball fan. I always remem-W sxth WM unetrned. ... .-' At bat Fassig rapped out four hits, including a triple, and.. scored two runs and batted Ifi t . two. . DeKalb scored single runs A i each of the first five innings and. ' added a pair in the sixth. De--Kalb batters were Issued eighth walks and struck out , eight times. ... . - DeKalb jumped on Funk's OJ.; for two runs in the first inning. t but that was all the runs it"" could get and Funk's Oil came up with three in the second and went on for the 6-2 win. ' Boston dropped five players including veteran linemen Ray Ilg, Jim Boudreau and Ed Coontx. The New Orleans Saints traded veteran tackle Jim Boeke to the Detroit Lions for a draft choice. Boeke is starting in his 10th National Football League season. The Baltimore Colts dropped three, inluding lineman Bill For-tier, a sixth-round draft choice from Louisiana State and quarterback Larry Good, picked In the ninth round from Georgia Tech. The Pittsburgh Steelers asked waivers on tour players, nm- ning back Rob Young from Idaho, center Jim Nock from Miami, linebacker Ernie Clark from Michigan State and end Tom Whittier from Texas South ern. ' Bill Briggs, a three-year vet eran defensive end was one of four players dropped by Wash ington and Green Bay cut three including tackle Doug Gotnell, an eighth-round, draft choice from Utah State, . Denver did the most slicing. dropped 12 players Including running back Jay Calabrese of Duke. Jerry Richardson, an original Falcon, was one of three play era cut by Atlanta. The veteran defensive back . was trying to make a comeback after sitting out last season. DeKalb Jumped on starter.. Domskl for two runs in the .', first, but ace pitcher Mark Dar-. gene came in and put DeKalb down the rest of the way. Dargene allowed no runs. walked four and struck out 14. Mike Mason was tagged with : the loss and gave up just four; hits, walked four and struck out nine, but DeKalb had six er-rors. ' ': Cooper had a home run and Heberie a triple and a single. : Mason and Jerry Sullivan t drove In DeKalb'a runsw 40i; 3 1 : 3 3i: 3 0 1 4 0 1; 3 0 1. i o o: Wast East 1 DaKalh No. I (T) Sweeny 30 3 0 01 Fatsls 0 4 14 Choppi St '. Stll Sullivan t Betsler o 'III Overton at Wslstroaa p 3 1 1 Mason 3b Johnson cf 3 0 O Rich lb G1U lb 3 0O Harold cf Sweeny lb 3 0 0 Sullivan rf. Wesner rf 3 0 01 Govea rf Markhara If 3 0 0: Courtney 3o 3 0 0 I Vance If lie: IGoeea If 1 I OS Totals 30 12) Totals 37 J SI West End 000 001 O-l I 4 . DeKalb No. 1 ...... Ill 113 -T S 3 ; rank's OU 0J MCtlh No. I P) Ttekner tb Sit! Fastif cf 1 10 Kruger e 4 0 0 Sullivan t Huston at 4 0 01 Overton at DaraeM 3b 3 0 O Mason f Cooper U l l Sullivan lb Don ski f 2 1V Govea 3b Heberie rf 3 3 3 Rich lb Busch If 1IO Hsnseu rf Fairbanks cf I 0 0 Govea If Nelson if 1 0 0i Courtney 3b 2 0 0 Davis if 1 0 O Vance tea Muaacrol 2b 3 1 01 -Keating 2b 3 0 0 Totals 32 S 41 Totals 23 J 4T Funk s OH 030 310 - 4 0. DeKalb No. I 300 OOO 0-3 4 0 ', 3 11. II li set: see: too? 3 00 III 300

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