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A6 ^Q»jBstofl ,Bflfli»tflfrMeiil f . Gglesbura, 111. Mohdo y> June 24> 1963 Major League Box Scores Bailey 5 12 2 Scliof'd 5 1 ClenVte 5 1 Lynch 3 0 MeBean 1 0 Burgess 5 0 Clend'n 4 1 Vifdon Lefcan Law Sisk aStars?l HaddF* Savage CHtCAod Ibth b! Landt 'm S 1 S 0 Hodggrs 5 110 WlWdrns 3 2 2 0 SaiMo 4 12 4 Banks 4 0 0 0 Hubbs 3 12 0 Burton 4 0 2 1 ScHcM 2 0 11 bRftnew l 0 0 o Hobbie 3 0 0 0 McDa'iel 0 0 .0 0 dBrotsk 10 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 Villi Totals 3 ~i ~6 13 ~B a—Filed out for Sisk in 2nd; b— fcroimrifcd otit for Berlell in 8th: c— grounded out. for McDaniel in Bth. Scord by innings: Pittsburgh 030 100 300—7 Chicago „ 400 020 000—6 S—Hubbs. Hobble, Banks. Po-A —Pittsburgh 27-10, Chicago 27-5. DP —Hubbs and Banks: Schofield and Clendenon; Logan, Schofield and Clendcnon. LOB—Pittsburgh 7, Chicago S. 2B—Vlrdon 2. HR—Simla, Clomcntc. SB—CICmontc. SF—Hnd- dlx. Ip h Law % 4 Sisk V.i 1 HaddiX W, 2-2 ....5 G McBean ...3 2 xttobblc L, 3-6 ...2 11 McDaniel . 1 0 t «r bbib 4 4 2 0 Kubek aicha'n Troth Maris Pepit'e Howa'd Blanc'd Reed Boyor Boulon BOSTON 6b t K bl SeholU'g 3 0 0 0 Gdlger Y'tre'skl Willia's Mnl/.one HEW YORK «b f h bl 5 0 0 0 4 111 S011 4 2 2 2 5 110 4 2 2 1 I Stuart 2 0 1 HCUnlon „ 1 0 0 OlBresso'd 3 0 0 0 4 2 2 2lNlXon 3 0 0 0 0 01 Wilson 0 0 0 0 Lamabe 10 0 0 aMantl'n 10 10 Earlev 0 0 0 0 bGard'er 10 0 0 Nirhols 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 3 0 10 2 0 Totals 3B R 10 ft Totals 31 0 4 0 a—Singled for Lamabe in Bth; b— struck out for Earley in Bth. Score by Innings: New York 010 300 112—A Boston O00 000 000—0 —Malzonc. PO-A—New York 2710, Boston 27-13. LOB—New York rt. 2B—Howard, Stuart. HI?—Maris. S —Boulon 2. IP Botiton W, 10-2 - n Wilson L, 6-fi ... Ri Lamabe 4 , ,'i Earley . 2 Nichols .. 1 r er bbsb 0 0 2 5 x~Faced one man in 0th. Vargo, Harvey, WP—Hobble. Ycybr, Barllck UT- -2:44. A—2(5,158. SAM FRANCISCO ab t h bl Kuenn Hiller Mays McCo'y Ccpeda F.Alou Holler Pagan 1 2 1 0 2 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 2 01 MILWAUKEE ibih bl Mayo 4 3 2 0 Boiling 3 0 0 0 H .Aaron 3 2 2 2 Mathews 2 111 2 2 11 4 0 2 2 2 10 0 10 0 0 4 0 11 4 111 U—Soar, Smith. Hallcr Papniollfi. T—2:00. A—2D.402. Sox, Yanks- (Continued from Page 14) Torre I Jones 1 2 3 i Oliver 0 0 01 r. Aaron Dtiffalo 0 0 0 0! VTenkc aA'tano 1 0 0 01Spahn Sanford 2 0 0 01 Perrv 0 0 0 Oj stanek o o o o| Pctcr'n 1 0 0 0| Totals 35 4 10 4 | Totals 20 10 10 8 a—Grounded Into double play for DtiCfalo in nth. Score by innings: San Franclscco 120 001 000— 4 Milwaukee 101 071 OOx—10 E—None. PO-A—San Francisco 24-8, Milwaukee 27-14. DP—Spahn, Mcnkc and Oliver; Mathews, Boiling and T. Aaron. LOB—San Francisco 4, Milwaukee 5. 2B—Hiller, Cepcda, Maye, Jones. 3B—F. Alou. HR—Kuenn, Hallcr. H. Aaron, Spahn. S—Boiling 2. SF—Aaron, Torre. ip h Sanford —4 2 ,<i 8 xPsrry 0 2 Stanek % 0 Duffalo 2^ 0 Spahn 10 r er bb so x—Pitched to three men In 5th. WP—Perry. Stanek. U—Burkhart, Pelekoudas, Walsh, Conlan. T—2:34. A—19,016. FOR SALE Trampolines Pit Type Professional Style $ioo°° CALL 3190 ABINGDON $450.00 Value ONLY is making a strong run for rookie of the year honors. Ward singled home two runs in the 2-1 victory over Cleveland Sunday and also hit safely in the nightcap loss to run his hilling streak to 17 consecutive games. Ray Herbert, getting help from Hoyt Wilhelm, was the winner in the first game against Cleveland and Dave Dubuschcrre, making his first major league- start, pitched creditably 'after yielding two runs in the first inning. The Chicago Cubs suffered a 7-fi loss to Pittsburgh Sunday when their defenses collapsed. The Cubs took a 4-0 lead in the first inning which was highlighted by Ron Santo's two-run single. Pittsburgh scored three unearned runs in the second inning when Ken Hubbs and pitcher Glen Hobbie committed errors. Then they tied it in the fourth when Bill Virdon bounced a double off Hubb's shoulder and scored on an infield out and a sacrifice fly. Santo, one of the hottest hitters in the league and a strong candidate to play third base for the National League in the All-Star game, clubbed a two-run home in the fifth for a 6-4 lead but Bob Glemente hit a three-run homer off Hobbie in the seventh and that closed the scoring. The Cubs are idle today and open a two-game scries in New York Tuesday night. ?irt$fojtt Expert Car Service Thoroughly trained men, fastest and most efficient machines, return your car's "underside" to original manufacturer's specifications. "PACKAGE" OFFER • wheel alignment • brake adjustment • wheel balance AMERICAN CARS portj and torilon bar adjustment not Included Tinstone NEW TREADS APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE NARROW OR WIDE DESIGN <TUBELESS OR TUBE-TYPE 4 FOR Plus tax and 4 trade-in tires FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK! TOM MOOTY JEFF SORNBERGER Store Manager B "ke Specialist Store Hours: Tues., Wed., Thurs. 7:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. Mon. and Fri. 7:30 A.M. lo 9 P.M. Saturday Only 7:30 to 5 P.M. I? •n For Fast, Efficient Tire, Brake and Aliynment Service By Experts with Precision Equipment 188 E. Simmons - 343-3179 - Galesburg, Hi. cHicAacv | {SLfcVitAMi ab t hW! lb r h bl H'h'fier 4 0 1 0 -tela* 4 0 0 0 Fox 4 0 0 oLiifllOW 3 1 0 (Vard 4 0 1 OIKirkland 4 1 2 Robln'tl 4 0 0 OlAlvIa 4 0 1 Maxw'll 4 0 10 McCr'w 3 0 0 0 Wets 3 0 0 0 Martin 3 0 10 OoB 'Pi'O 2 0 0 0 iLollar 10 10 sPetors 0 0 0 0 Batim 'P 0 0 0 0 ftorlcn 0 0 0 0 Franco's 3 0 2 rasby 3 0 2 Klndall Latroan 0 1 0 1 o o Totals 20 2 0 1 DeBusscherc In Totals 32 0 3 0 a—Singled for Bth; b—ran for Lollnr in flth. Score by innings: Chicago 000 000 000-0 Cleveland 200 000 OOx—2 E— Ward, Azctio. PO-A—Chicago 24-11, Cleveland 27-12. DP—Martin and Fox; Martin and Wels; Ward, Martin and McCrnw. LOB—Chicago S, Cleveland 0. 2B—Martin, Fran- conn, SB—Hershborgor h IP Defi'schcrc L, 0-1.7 Bautnann . Horlen _„ a ,b Lntman W, 4-3 ...0 r er bblo 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 8 HBP- By DeBussehere, Luplow, Lntman. U—Salcrno, rtunfie, Stewart. T—2:04. A—48,010 LOS ANOELE8 ab r h bt 4 12 0 4 2 13 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Wills • Gilliam Oliver W.Da'ls T.Davis Moon Fairly Cavnilll Trac'kl Podres Miller B.ZIm'r 10 0 0 Per'ski 0 0 0 0 ST. LOUIS Bb r h bl 4 12 1 4 112 4 0 2 0 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 110 2 0 0 0 Javier Groat White Boycr James Musial Cannel Burko nAltmnn MeCnr'r Broglio cSawt'kl 10 10 cISndeckl 0 0 0 0 Shantz 0 0 0 0 cMux'el) 10 0 0 Totals 32 4 6 4 1 Totals 35 3 0 3 a—Hit into force ploy for Burlte In 2nd; b—struck out for Miller In 71 h; c—singled for Broglio In 7th; d—ran for Sawatskl in 7th; e— bounded out for Shantz in 0th. Score by innings: Los Angeles 000 130 000—4 St. Lnuls . 200 010 000—3 E—Musial. PO-A—Los Angeles 2711, St. Louis 27-0. DP—Tracewsld, GUllcm and Fairly. LOB — Los Angeles 4, St. Louis (1. 2B—Moon. 3B—McCarvcr, Jarior. HR—Groat, Gilliam. S—Miller. r er bb «o 2 2 11 Ip h Podres -._ 2 Miller, W, 5-4 5% 4 Perranoski 3 3 Broglio L, 8-3 7 5 Shah I? 2 1 0 0 0 3 2 4 0 2 U—Stciner, Donatelli, Crawford, Venzon. T—2:41. A—28,553. Trautman, Minor Loop Boss, Dies COLUMUBS, Ohio (UPI) George M. Trautman, president of baseball's minor leagues, died at his home today following a short illness. He was 73. Trautman, who was made commissioner of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues (the minors) Jan. 1, 1947 had been ill for the past several weeks. He was returned home from the hospital about two weeks ago and died at his home. The outgoing and friendly Trautman was a native of Bucyrus, Ohio, and was a three - sport athlete at Ohio State University, where he was graduated in 1914. Following a year of coaching high school sports, Trautman returned to Ohio State in 1916 to become an assistant in basketball and baseball. He also was an assistant athletic director. Never a professional baseball player himself, Trautman loved the game and carried an optimistic outlook for the future of his beloved minor leagues despite the continual folding of leagues each year. Trautman entered baseball when he was appointed president of the old Columbus Red Birds of the American Association in 1933 by Branch Rickey. His teams won two pennants and two Little World Series during his three- year tenure. In 193(5, he became president of the American Association, serving until 194(5 when he was named' vice president and general manager of the Detroit Tigers. When the late Judge W. G. Rrnmliam retired, Trautman was released from his Detroit contract and was unanimously elected pre- idenl. and treasurer of the minor leagues. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! DON'T NEED IT? W H Y K E E P LET A REGISTER - MAIL WANT-AD DELIVER YOUn MESSAGE TO 23,000 HOMES DAILY FOR AS LITTLE AS 48c A DAY The WANT AD Numbe? 342-5161 SELL (T ! LEFT-HANDED COMPLIMENTS ,N*me NATIONAL. LEAGUE, THE WIMNIN© MA8IT6* QP TW£ WINl «4lMGE ^T SOUTHPAW OP ALU TIME -SEEM . TO 8E -SPOEAOlMG IM TH6 UfePTV «ET f Minor Leagues By The Associated Press INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday's Results . Arkansas 3, Columbus 2 Rochester 1-1, Richmond 0-4 Toronto 10, Syracuse 5 Indianapolis at Jacksonville, postponed, rain Sunday's Results Atlanta 4-2, Buffalo 2-4 Arkansas 8-1, Columbus 4-0 Richmond 4-3, Rochester 2-0 Syracuse 3-5, Toronto 2-2 Indianapolis at Jacksonville 2, postponed, rain PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Saturday's Results Denver 9-1, Oklahoma City 4-9 San Diego 10-4, Spokane 8-3 (second game 10 innings) Portland 10-3, Salt Lake City 2-5 Seattle 3, Tacoma 0 Dallas-Fort Worth 11, Hawaii 4 Sunday's Results Salt Lake City 3-1, Portland 2-9 (first game 11 innings) Seattle 10-1, Tacoma 0-2 Denver at Oklahoma City 2, postponed, rain Spokane 4, San Diego 3 Hawaii 7, Dallas-Fort Worth 5 MIDWEST LEAGUE Saturday's Results Clinton 3, Fox Cities 1 Wisconsin Rapids 5, Decatur 1 Quad Cities 2, Dubuque 0 Burlington 4, Cedar Rapids 2 (10 innings) Waterloo 13, Quincy 4 Sunday's Results Decatur 10, Wisconsin Rapids 2 Quincy 10, Waterloo 5 Dubuque 9, Quad Cities 5 Clinton 3, Fox Cities 2 Burlington 3, Cedar Rapids 2 Mickey Wright Keeps Western Open Golf Title MADISON, Wis. (UPD-Mickey Wright packed her golf clubs and first prize money of $1,200 today and headed east after becoming the fourth woman in the 34-year history of the Western Women's Open golf tournament to win the title twice in a row. The 28-year-old Dallas, Tex., blonde, leading money winner in the Ladies Professional Golfers Association, coasted to a, nine- stroke victory Sunday over Kathy Whitworth, Jal, N.M., in the 72- hole tournament. Miss Wright carded a one-under-par 73 for a four-round sub-par total of 292. Miss Whitworth finished with 301, four strokes ahead of the early tourney leader, Marilyn Smith, Tequesta, Fla. Miss Wright carded three birdies in building her second consecutive Western Open crown. She left today for the Carvel, Long, Island, N.Y., tournament and then plans a golf-filled two- week vacation over her home course at Dallas. Mormon Battery PITTSBURGH (NEA) — Vernon Law and Ron Brand give the Pittsburgh Pirates a Mormon battery. CENTRAL ILLINOIS COLLEGE BASEBALL LEAGUE By The Associated Press Sunday 's Results Peoria 12, Galesburg 2 Lincoln 12, Bloomington 3 Champaign 1, Springfield innings) 0 (12 baseball White Sox vs. Yankees WGZL THE SOUND CITIZEN 1400 ON YOUR DIM Fight Results By The Associated Press NEW YORK - Jose Stable, 147, New York, outpointed Charley Scott, 147, Philadelphia, 10. MONTERREY, Mexico - Alfredo Canelo Urbina, 132, Mexico, outpointed Joe Brown, 134V4, Houston, 10. CARACAS — Horacio Accavallo, Argentina, outpointed Ramon Arias, Venezuela, 10. Flyweights. SEOUL-Rezgui Guizani, Tunisia, outpointed Ham Chung-il, Korea, 10. Welterweights. Church League Standings CMtfUCtt LEA6UE Sf AMDlMSS First Lutheran 3 United Brethren 3 Covenant —3 Coldbrook Christian —2 Trinity Lutheran 2 First iWethftdlst 3 Bethel Baptist - 2 First Presbyterfan ---1 Emmanuel Methodist..!) Jayeees 0 Sch#du!# June 24—First Lutheran vs. First Methodist, 7 p. m.; Bethel Baptist vs. Coldbfooit, 8:30 p. m. June 25—Covenant vs. Trinity, 7 p. m.; EUB vs. Jayeees, 8:30 p. m. June 2fi—First Presbyterian vs. Emmanuel Methodist 7 p. m.; First Lutheran vs. united Brethren, 8:30 p. m. June 27—Trinity vs. Bethel Baptist, 7 p. m.; Covenant vs. First Presbyterian, 8:30 p. m. July 1—Mission Covenant vs. Bethel Baptist. 7 p. m.: First Lutheran vs. Coldbrook Christian, 8:30 p. m. July 2—First Methodist vs. Emmanual Methodist. 7 p. m.; Jayeees vs. Coldbrook, 8:30 p. m. First Pretbyterian lb f h Lindstrom 4 2 Peterson 4 Bethel Baptist ab r,n Buncher Shrader Sleek Gorham Peacock 0 1 3 Doersehek 4 0 0 Stouffer 10 0 Baker 3 Johnson 3 II Snow - 2lsippe1 11 Sward llCorbln Davis Horn Peterson L.Cooper Sweborg 0 2|M.Cooper 0 II 0 1 1 3 1 1 2 0 Totals 39 7 121 Totals 39 14 15 Score by innings: First Presbyterian ... .4U 200 0-7 Bethel Baptist 124 403 x—14 First Methodist ab r h Woather'd 5 3 2 Slppel Stlnson Carlson liolmes Hunt Lleber- Stinson Cunnin'm Bttrguin Johnson 1 0 1 2 Unlied'Breihren ab r h Sedgwick Suydam Erickson Dickson Bird Sargeant Catlln Carlton J.Shafer T.Hand Alderman 0 0 0 0 0 1 Totals 45 15 15 1 Totals 35 6 12 Score by innings: First Methodist 410 042 6—15 United Brethren 000 321 x— 6 Championship Clycle Races LACONIA, N.H. (AP) - Illinois motorcyclist finished fourth and fifth Sunday in the 100 mile National Championship Motorcycle race which was won by Jody Nicholas of Nashville, Tenn. Nicholas' time was 1:35.47. Roger Reiman of Kewanee, 111., was fourth and Larry Williamson of Peoria was fifth. Emmirtu*! tf*ifi6«lst First Lttlllfran J.Peterson Swanson Disbennett Dude Alexander L.Peterson Nelson D.Peterson Lannholm DeJohn Ms f h R.Franson Raaen , r .Franscm HendficRs R.Knlss L.Hull Cunhihg'm DlBloom Kennedy W.HUlt Johanson Greehquist D.Kftiss D.Bloom F.Bloom *h t h 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 3 2 0 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 Totals 37 7 91 Totals 4119 20 Scbre by innings: Emmanual Methodist—000 131 2— 7 First Methodist ......410 040 6—15 Trinity ab r J.Peterson 4 1 Engman Hannam Flaar Findahl P,.Ander'n Morgan Lindbeck HallbUrg D.Ander'n Miller Jayeees ab r h 4 1 3 4 f SUtOf Mooty Mason Feathers 4 1 berry 4 2 D.Peterson 4 1 Kimble 4 1 KIrman 3 0 Stcih 4 0 Moya 4 0 Totals 39 9 13 Totals 39 10 161, Score by innings: Trinity - —303 013 0—10 Jayeees 200 040 3— 9 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS I Foreign Flavor EAST "LANSING, Mich. (NEA) — Bill Schwarz, Michigan State basketball and soccer star, came to this country from Romania. 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