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Jencks Will Give Bears Another Top-Notch End By MIKE LAWRENCE You can bet that defensive backs will be earning their pay when they play against the Chicago Bears next u»^\u S ey d i d , n>t enough headaches trying to handle the likes of bruising Mike Ditka and speedsters John Parrington, Angie Coya, and Johnny Morris, the secondary men have one more Bear pass receiver to worry about this fall Bill Jencks, the newest addition to the Bear end corps, combines the speed of Coya, Morris, and Farrington with the size of Ditka to give opposing defenders "double trouble." At 6-5, 230 lbs., Jencks is no small fry even in professional football. In addition, he can tick off 100 yards in 10 seconds flat. Jencks, an outstanding end for Miami University of Ohio for the. past two seasons, stopped in Galesburg this week en route to a Bear training session in Chicago. His grandmother, Mrs. Daisy Adcock, resides at 849 N. Broad St. He has visited her during sum mers since he was a youth, and for four of the last five summers he has worked on a farm near Rio. Jencks will report to the Bears next Tuesday for workouts involving quarterbacks, centers, ends, and defensive backs. On July 11, he will join the All-Star football squad as it prepares for its contest with the Green Bay Packers Aug. 2 at Soldiers Field. Immediately after the All-Star contest, he will rejoin the Bears in Rensselaer, Ind. as they prepare for their opening exhibition affair Aug. 10. Jencks was the regular end at Miami during his junior and senior years after seeing a great deal of action in his sophomore season. He was an all-conference «aid for two years in the rugged Mid­ American loop. Last year, he was named as an honorable mention choice to the ' AP, UPI, and Williamson Football Foundation All-America teams. . These accomplishments just begin to tell the story of his football success at Miami. He was named the outstanding lineman) on the North team in the Senior Bowl contest. ' His team, which finished 8-1-1 this past season, accepted an invitation to the Tangerine Bowl at Orlando, Fla. Although Houston beat Miami; 49-21,. Jencks was named the outstanding player on the Miami squad. "My biggest thrill in foot* bail was the Miami-Purdue game," says Jencks. In that encounter, Jencks scored all of Miami's points as his team scored a 10-7 upset over Purdue. Jencks, an excellent place-kicker, booted a 25-yard field goal to give his team a 3-0 advantage. However, the Boilermakers came back to go on top, 7-3. Jencks got the last lick m with an 89-yard pass reception for a touchdown and an extra point to put Miami ahead to stay, '10-7, in the second quarter. . For his efforts on that particular afternoon, Jencks was named the "lineman of the week" by Sports Illustrated. Jencks also holds several records. He holds the national fieW goal record with 17 successful boots in three years. In addition, he claims eight pass receiving marks at Miami of Ohio. Furthermore, he holds the school career scoring mark with 177 points, along with the single season scoring record of 84. Jencks prepped in Columbus, Ohio, where football-minded Ohio State University is located. However, he chose Miami because my dad was an accounting pro fessor at Ohio State, and I want ed to get away from home and still stay in the state." Jencks, who wttl be used at split-end for the Bears, was also drafted by Buffalo of the American Football League. During the off-season, the per sonable young man will be selling advertising for the Chicago Trib une. A history major in under graduate school, he may do some graduate work. Jencks is currently looking forward to the All-Star game which he anticipates will be his greatest thrill. It's not too risky to pre diet that the 6-5, 230-pound end has many more thrills ahead of him. Policemen Post Win SfAftDtttftfl (A* of Ju«» 24) W t Police Deparament ___3 1 Coca-Cola 4 1 C.B.&Q. RoBdmen ...5 2 Knights of. Columbus .5 2 Gale Ward 4 2 Davis Food Store 2 4 Monmouth 2 5 Calderone 2 fi Htnchllff-Pearson 1 3 Mike Sturgeon picked up his third victory of the season, against no setbacks, as the Galesburg Police Department routed Monmouth, 11-2, in Babe Ruth League action at Monmouth, Tuesday night. Sturgeon, who hurled a four- hitter, was helped out by Jess Ponce and Jeff Chase who belted home runs. Action tonight, pits the Police Department against Davis Stores at 6 p.m. in Babe Ruth play and Anderson Insurance against Knoxville in Connie Mack League action at 8 p.m. Both games will be played at H. T. Custer Park. Golesburg Registe r-A/ioiI, Go |<5sbu rg, Ml. Thursday, June 27, 1963 \9 Local College Team Edged By Single Run at Lincoln EN ROUTE TO BEARS—Bob Jencks (I.), 6-5, 230 -lb. Ail-American from Miami University of Ohio, stopped off in Galesburg this week to visit his grandmother, Mrs. Daisy Adcock. Jencks is on his way to a training session with the Chicago Bears in the Windy City. Jencks is shown chatting with Mike Lawrence, reporter for the Galesburg Register-Mail. Imler Chrlsten'n Billing Johnson Sturgeon Ponce Tlmmons Swnnson Chase Drnsites Childers Roberson Watson Ross Stegnl) Stephen Rutledge Totals ab t h 0 0 0 Stanton i 0 0 0 Romano 1 0 0 Burgland 1 1 1 Romine 3 1 0 M.Johnson 4 1 1 Brammer 3 3 2 Reynolds 2 0 1 Tinder 3 2 1 Bennett 2 1 1 Bolon 2 0 1 VanDien 3 0 0 Bea) 1 0 0 Florence 0 0 0 Brown 2 0 0 D.Johnson 2 1. 1 Dunlap 1 1 1 30 11 10 Totals ab t h 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 So you think that you've got problems? The Galesburg entry in the Central Illinois Collegiate league, close to victory in two of their three previous contests, saw another one slip by the boards at Lincoln, Wednesday night, 4-3. The locals, who have now lost three games by one-run margins, saw their fourth attempt to break into the win column thwarted by a run-producing single by Lincoln 's Ray Duff in the bottom of the seventh inning. Galesburg went ahead in the first inning when Bob Bigley doubled to score Gary Bruington who had walked ahead of him. The locals padded their lead in the fifth inning when Bruington walked, stole second, and came in to score on Dennis Doyle's double. However, Lincoln retaliated in the bottom of the fifth on a two- run single by Elston Mitchell which knotted the count. Galesburg went out in front again in the sixth inning when Ron Jones led off with a single. After Wayne Howard, Lincoln's pitcher, threw a bunt into centerfield to allow him to go to third base, Jones scored on a single by Larry Johnson. A double steal by Tim Heintzelman, who scored from third base, and Gerry Chmielewski gave Lincoln its third marker of the contest. Howard walked to open the bottom of the seventh for Lincoln. Docld sacrificed the runner 27 2 4 Score by innings: Police Depart. 610 010 3—11 Monmouth 000 000 2— 2 MIDWEST LEAGUE Wisconsin Rapids 6, Quincy 4, Burlington 13, Clinton 4 Waterloo 11, Dubuque 1 Fox Cities 4, Decatur 2 Cedar Rapids 5-5, Quad Cities 0-7 Major League Box Scores McKinley Dumps Art Ashe In Match at Wimbledon WIMBLEDON, England (AP)Chuck McKinley, the top United States hope from St. Louis, defeated Arthur Ashe of Richmond, Va. today 6-3, 6-3, 6-2 in a third round match in the Wimbledon Tennis' Championships. Ashe is the first American Negro man ever to play in the championships. Herbie Flam of Palm Springs, Calif., was eliminated after play was resumed in his second round match that was stopped by darkness Wednesday., Adrian Bey of Rhodesia defeated Flam 6-1, 13-11, 2-6, 4-6, 12-10. Ashe and McKinley were among five American men who survived second round play Wednesday, but dark horse hope Dennis Ralston, Bakersfield, Calif., fell before veteran Ramanathan Krishnan of India. Krishnah, twice a Wimbledon semifinalist and long-time Davis Cup star, beat the 20-year-old unseeded Ralston 6-3, 6-3, 3-6, 12-10. McKinley, top-ranked in the United States and the only seeded American at Wimbledon, continued to show sometimes brilliant, sometimes indifferent play. McKinley, seeded fourth, whipped past Alan Lane of Australia 7-5, 6-4, 8-6. Ashe showed a wide variety of shots in a 3% hour, rain-interrupted 5-7, 7-5, 1-9, 3-6, 6-3 triumph over John Hillebrand of Australia. Tom Edlefsen, Berkeley, Calif.; Jack Frost, Monterey, Calif.; and Frank Froehling, Coral Gables, Fla., were the other U.S. men safely into the third round. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! LITTLE LEAGUE Baseball Shoes Reg. $4.95 $^95 NOW— JL Kangaroo Leather Replaceable Cleats Baseball Shoes Regular $12.95—. 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BAIT and SPORT SHOP 700 South Seminary CHICAGO NEW York ab r h bi ab r h bl Burton 5 1 1 1 Hlck'n 7 0 1 0 Land'm 0 1 0 0 Hunt 7 2 2 0 Rodg'rs 4 1 2 0 Snider 4 1 2 1 WillTa's 7 2 1 2 gPiersall 0 1 0 0 Santo 6 1 1 0 Thomas 7 1 4 3 Burke 4 0 1 1 Taylor 6 1 0 0 Elston 0 0 0 0 Harkn'ss 7 1 4 4 McDa'l 0 0 0 0 Neal 5 0 0 O dRanew 1 0 0 0 Moran 1 0 0 0 Lemay 0 0 0 0 aKrane'l 1 0 0 0 Warner 1 0 0 0 F'andez 3 0 1 0 Toth 0 0 0 0 Jackson 0 0 0 0 Brewer 0 0 0 0 bCook 1 0 0 0 Hubbs 6 0 0 0 Bearn'th O 0 0 0 Bertell 6 0 2 1 cCole'an 0 1 0 0 Mathe's 4 0 0 0 Stallard 0 0 0 0 EBrock 2 0 0 0 eKanehl 1 0 1 0 Buhl 3 0 0 0 Willey 0 0 0 0 Banks 3 0 0 0 hSherry 1 0 0 0 Cisco 1 0 0 0 Totals 52 6 1 1 Totals 52 8 15 8 NIGHT OAMB JAN FRANCISCO •b r hbi Kuenn McCo'y Mays Cepeda F.Alou Haller Pagan A'itano O'DeU aD'np't bM.Al'u 1 Perry O Pierce 0 Larson 0 a—Fouled out for Moran in 5th; b—grounded out for Jackson in 6th; c—walked for Bearnarth in 8th; d—grounded out for McDaniel in 9th; e—singled for Stallard in 9th; f—struck out for Mathews in 10th; g—ran for Snider in 10th; h— hit into double play for Willey in 11th. Score by innings: Chicago 110 020 000 000 02—6 New York 000 003 010 000 04—8 E—Neal, Harkness, Moran. PO-A —Chicago 41-14, two out when winning run scored, New York 42-14. DP—Hubbs, Rodgers- and Burke; Santo and Banks. LOB—Chicago 10, New York 11. 2B—Rodgers 2, Snider, Harkness. HR—Burton, Thomas, Williams, Harkness. S—Rodgers. ip h Buhl 6 5 Elston 12i 0 McDaniel i/ 3 1 Lemay % 2 Warner 4 2 /3 6 Toth i/ 3 0 xBrewer L, 2-2 0 1 Jackson 6 7 Bearnarth 2 0 Stallard 1 0 Willey 2 0 Cisco W. 4-6 .-.3 1 x—Faced two men in 14th. r *r bbse 3 3 11 ST. LOUIS ab r h bl Tavier Groat dAltman White Boyer James Musial Carmel . Flood McCar'er 3 0 Simmons 2 0 Schultz 0 0 dSch'nst 1 0 raylor 0 O Shantz 0 0 Totals 37 5 12 51 Totals 36 6 12 6 a—Announced for O'Dell in 6th; b—doubled for Davenport in 6th; c—grounded out for Schultz in 8th; d—ran for Groat in 9th; z—Javier awarded first base on Haller's interference. Score by innings: San Francisco 012 002 000—5 St. Louis 203 000 001—6 E—Haller, Amalfitano, Boyer. POA—San Francisco 24-10, none out when winning Yun scored, St. Louis 27-13. DP —Pagan and Cepeda; Boyer, Javier and White. LOB— San Francisco 6, St. Louis 11. 2B— Groat, Amalfitano, M. Alou. HR— Cepeda, Boyer. S—Schultz, McCarver, Pierce. Balk—Elston. U—Landes, Sudol Forman, Gorman. T—4:08. A—8,183. NIGHT BALTIMORE ab r hbi Apari'o 4 0 0 0 4 3 4 0 4 1 Snyder Johns'n Gentile bGain's Powell Brandt _ Saveri'e 0 cLau v l Robin'n 4 Orsino 3 McCo'k 3 Miller 0 GAME LOS ANGELES ab r h bi Pearson 3 11 Fregosi Wagner Torres Moran Thomas aFoiles Decs E.Sad'ki Perry McBride 0. 0 3 0 2 1 2 0 Totals31 2 3 2i Totals26 3 4 3 a—Flied out for Thomas in 4th; „—ran for Gentile in 9th; c— reached base on error for Saverine in 9th. Score by innings; Baltimore 000 002 000—2 Los Angeles 100 000 02x—3 E—Torres, Aparicio, Morgn. PO A—Baltimore 24-9, Los Angeles 27 10. DP—Johnson, Aparicio and Gentile, Fregosi, Moran and Dees. LOB—Baltimore 5, Los Angeles 5. 3B—Peraron. HR—Powell. S—McBride. SF—Fregosi, McCormick, 2-5 Miller McBride W, 9-6 ip - Vz ..9 r «r bbao 3 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 7 U — Napp, Umont, Kinnamon, Stevens. T—1:48. A—12,075. Fight Results By The Associated Press TOKYO - Rocky Arade, 141, Philippines, outpointed Keiichi Ishikawa, 145, Japan, 10. ^ THEATRE Starts Thurs., July 4th FIREWORKS A-PLENTY with iJawitwl «TMf Pint Exclusive Goltiburg, Showing O'Dell 5 Perry 1% xPierce L, 1-5 11 /3 yLarsen 0 Simmons 5 3 / 3 Schultz 2 ',3 Taylor % Shantz W, 3-2 1/3 x—Faced two men in 9th; y— faced one man in 9th. h 5 3 3 1 9 2 1 0 r er bbio 5 2 13 NIGHT GAME HOUSTON ab r h bl 5 12 2 Temple Spang'r Weely Goss War'ick Staub Camp'U Lillis Fazio Bruce aRun'ls Wood'k 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 1 1 0 1 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 10 0 Totals 50 7 16 6 MILWAUKEE ab x h bi Mayo Boiling H.Aaron Math'ws Torre Jones Oliver Menke Shaw Hendley Raym'nd Totals 50 2 10 2 a—Filed out for Bruce in 8th. Score by innings: Houston 000 001 010 000 5—7 Milwaukee 100 000 100 000 0—2 E—Temple, Oliver 2, Maye. POA—Houston 39-20, Milwaukee 39-18. DP—Torre and Boiling; Boiling and Oliver; Menke, Boiling and Oliver 2; Boiling, Menke and Oliver. LOB —Houston 12, Milwaukee, 12. 2B— Fazio. HR—Spangler. SB—H. Aaron 2. S—Spangler, Smith. ip h r er bbio Bruce 7 9 2 2 1 3 Woodes'k W, 7-3—6 1 0 0 2 3 Shaw .7 =3 11 2 2 0 5 Hendley L.-4-5 ... 4% 4 4 4 4 2 Raymond 1/3 1 1 1 2 2 Yanks Maintain Pace in LL; Braves and Giants Tie, 8-8 STANDINGS National League W L Pirates ? 9 Cubs 4 j Cardinals 4 4 Giants - - -3Va 4 Ms Dodgers 3 s Braves - l'/j Ova American League W Tigers 7 Yankees 6 Athletics -.4 Indians 4 White Sox 2 Red Sox 1 L 1 2 4 4 fi 7 The Yankees maintained their position in the American League pennant race with a 6-2 victory over the White Sox at O. N. Custer Park, Wednesday night. In the nightcap, the Braves and the Giants battled to an 8-8 tie. Gary Drasites of the Yanks limited the White Sox to one hit, a single by Larry Carr, as his team posted a win. Mike Doyle and Mike Panther had two hits apiece to pace the winners. The Braves and the Giants went seven innings before the contest was called because of the time limit. Rick Fox and Rich Adams each picked up a pair of hits for the Giants, while Fred Cowan blasted a home run for the Braves. Tonight, the Cubs and Braves battle at 5:45, with the White Sox and Tigers slated to go at 7:30. Yankeei (6) White Sox (2) ab r h| ab r h gulgley 2 0 0 to second, and, after a single by Mitchell placed bascrunners on first and third. Duff singled to win the contest for the home team. Both starting pitchers — Ron Hermanek of Galesburg and Tim Thompson of Lincoln—were not around when it was all over. Howard picked up the victory in relief, while Denny Hanssen was the loser. Galeiburg (3) ab r Brulnglon 2 2 KiRlcy 4 0 Doyle 4 0 Jenks 4 0 Jones 2 1 Simon 4 0 L.Johnson .1 0 Kalmer 2 0 Hermanek 2 0 Hanssen I 0 hi 11Dodd 11 Mitchell 2! Duff 1 '• Hclntzel'an I I Zuccaro Or Chmlelew'l I I Unscr 01 Dlmttri 01 Thompson 0 nSieck j Howard I bJiles Lincoln (4) ab t h 3 0 4 0 4 0 3 1 2 0 2 0 .1 0 2 1 1 0 O 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 28 3 71 Totals 24 4 7 Score by Innings: Gnlcsburg 100 011 0—3 Lincoln 000 021 1—4 a—Ran for Thompson In 5th; b— ran for Howard in 7th; RBI—Bigley. Doyle, L. Johnson. Mitchell 2, Duff: E—Bruington, Thompson: POA—Lincoln 21-4, Gnlcsburg 10-7, one out when winning run scored; DP —Chmielewski and Heintzelman; LOB—Galesburg 9, Lincoln 7; 2B— Heintzelman, Blglcy, Doyle—3B— Bruington; SB—Bruington 2, Heint- zclman, Chmielewski; SH—Dodd. , Ip h r or bbso Hermanek 4 J <i 4 2 2 T fi Hanssen (L) ii< 3 2 2 2 2 Ihompson 5 4 .1 9 « a Howard (W) ' 2 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 HBP—By O'DeU, Javier, Musial. U—Barlick, Vargo, Harvey, Weyer. T—2:36. A—21,959. TWILIGHT GAME LOS ANGELES ab r h bl Pearson Fergosi Wagner Thomas Moran Torres Rodgers bE.S'd'kl Perry Foytack Navarro 0 BALTIMORE ab r h bi Apari'o 4 111 Johns'n 4 0 10 Smith 4 0 0 0 Gentile 3 0 10 Powell 3 0 0 0 Brandt 3 0 0 0 Robin'n 2 0 0 0 Brown 3 0 0 0 Delock 10 0 0 aSnyd'r i 0 0 0 Hall 0 0 0 0 cLau 10 0 0 Totals29~l~3~l| Totals 32 3 9 3 a—Grounded out for Delock in 6th: b—ran for Rodgers in 8th; c— grounded out for Hall in 9th. Score by innings: Baltimore .000 000 001—1 Los Angeles 110 010 QOx—3 E—None. PO-A—Baltimore 24-6, Los Angeles 27-12. DP—Moran, Fregosi and Thomas; Robinson, Johnson and Gentile. LOB—Baltimore 2, Los Angeles 8. HR— Rodgers, Wagne,r, Aparicio. WP—Woodeshick. Balk—Bruce. U —Conlan, Burkhart, Pelekoudas, Walsh. T—3:29. A—7,729. NIGHT GAME NEW YORK ab r h bl Boyer 4 Richa'n 4 Tresh 4 Reed 0 Maris 4 Pepito'e 4 Howard 4 Lopez 4 Kubek 3 Ford 3 Renift 0 Totals 34 3 7 3 CHICAGO ab r h bl H'hb'ger 4 12 0 Fox dWeis Robins'n Nichol'n Ward Hansen McCraw aLoller Brosnan eMartin Carreon Peters bLandis cMax'ell 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 2 8 2 a—Struck out for McCraw in 7th; b—announced for Peters in 7th; c— hit into force play for Landls in 7th; d—ran for Fox in 8th; e—singled for Brosnan in 9th. Score by innings: New York 100 101 000—3 Chicago -.-100 000 100—2 E—Ward. PO-A—New York 27-11, Chicago 27-15. DP—Carreon, Hansen and Maxwell. LOB—New York 4, Chicago 6. 2B—Ford, Tresh, Ward. HR—Tresh, Maris. S—Fox. - , , , . _ Ip h r er bbse Delock L, 1-7 5 7 3 3 2 2 Hall 3 2 0 0 1 2 Foytack W, 1-1 8', n 3 1113 Nt-varro % o 0 0 0 1 U—Stevens, Napp, Umont, Kinnamon. T—1:55. Burlington Keeps Clinton From Crown By United Press International Burlington prevented Clinton from clinching the first-half pennant in the Midwest League and kept its own slim hopes alive as the Bees trounced the C-Sox, 13-4, Wednesday night. The two clubs meet in a crucial doubleheader tonight that could decide the crown for the first half of the split season. Clinton needs only one more victory to nail down first place. The Bees would have to win all five of their remaining games and the C-Sox would have to lose their last four games to give Burlington the title. In other action, Cedar Rapids and Quad Cities split a doubleheader. The Red Raiders won the first game, 5-0, and the Angels took the nightcap, 7-5. Waterloo raced past Dubuque, 11-1, Fox Cities heat Decatur, 4-2, and Wisconsin Rapids downed Quincy, 6-4. ip Ford W, 11-3 6=,i Reniff 2'/a Peters L, 4-4 7 Brosnan 2 h r er bb IO 7 2 2 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 6 3 3 0 4 1 0 0 0 2 U—McKinley, Chylak. Rice, Val entine. T—2:23. A—44,305. READ THE WANT ADS! Hole-iii-One Featured at Soangetaha A hole in one by James N Lemon highlighted the Galesburg Traffic and Transportation Club's annual Golf Day at the Soange­ taha Country Club Monday. Lemon, Illinois Central Railroad, fired his ace on the No. 1 hole at the local course. He was playing with Carl Ferris of the Southern Railroad; Bob Hill of the Erle-Lackawana and C. K. Ferguson of the Chicago and North Western. Art Long of Dohrn Transfer, Rock Island, also got into the act with an eagle on No, 9. Stephan Standard Doyle Barnfleld Lischwe Panther Shurar Drasites Hawktn'n Sundbcrg Swanson 1 1 4 1 4 4 3 3 1 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Carr 3 1 1 Galloway .'I 1 0 Ehrenhardt 2 0 0 Fuson Hillcrncyer Huss Renter Flanr Lewis Tapper Parton 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 25 6 61 Totals 19 2 1 Score by innings: Yankees 002 121—6 White Sox 200 000—2 Winning pitcher, Drasites; losing pitcher. Galloway. Braves (8) Cowan Watson Glnssman Lewis Shelton Goodin Hoerner Hendricks Malmrose Sottcnb'g Mummy Tones ab r h 4 11 2 1 1 1 4 0 3 0 1 0 3 1 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 ab r h Mocclla 3 0 2 Dcrry 1 2 1 Welty 4 2 1 4 2 2 Adams 4 0 2 Hilllgoss 2 0 0 Carlson 3 0 0 Jacobs 4 0 1 Maciel I 1 0 Lindsay 1 1 1 Patton 1 0 0 Taylor 1 0 0 Totals ' 30 8 10 Totals 31 8 6 Score by innings: Braves 020 600 0—8 Giants 340 010 0—8 Night Games Slated in Farm League Galesburg Little League officials have taken advantage of an "off- night" in the Little League'sched­ ule to set up three night contests for the farm league on Friday night. The Cubs and the Cardinals will go in the first game, with the Braves and Giants slated to play the second contest. The Pirates and the Dodgers will go in the finale. Bloomington And Peoria Grab First By United Press International Bloomington and Peoria moved into a first-place tie in the Central Illinois Collegiate League Wednesday night. Bloomington defeated Springfield, 6-5, when Angie Vallejo scored in the bottom of the seventh on a wild throw by Springfield third baseman Dave Lass. Peoria's Ron Patterson held Champaign-Urbana to four hits and drove in the winning run with a single in the sixth to lead his team to a 3-2 victory. Harlan Laugenschlater hit a home run in the fourth inning with the bases empty for Champaign. Bloomington and Peoria are tied with 3-1 records. Lincoln defeated Galesburg, 4-3, on singles in the bottom of the seventh by Elston Mitchell and Ray Duff. Galesburg has not won a game in its first four starts. Lincoln has a 2-2 record. Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press BATTING — Tim Harkness, Mets, hit grand slam homer in 14th inning—his fourth hit of game —for 8-6 victory over Chicago Cubs. PITCHING — Hal Woodeshick, Colts, pitched one-hit relief ball for final six innings in 7-2, 13- inning triumph over Milwaukee that ended Houston's losing streak at 10 games. 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