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CHOICE OP CLUBS Ooltsbura Register-Mail, Galesbura, III, Friday. June 28. 1963 17 v v s » PI Local Collegians Dump Pace-Setters Things were different last night Galesburg's Colle g i a t e League entry, victim of three one-run defeats in four straight setbacks, won' its first contest of the season, 7-3, over league-leading Bloomington last night at Thomas H. Blodgett Field. A big fifth inning put the game away for the locals. In that frame, Galesburg broke a 2-2 deadlock, scoring five runs before the fireworks had subsided Gary Bruington led off the fifth with a long single to left center, Dennis. Doyle singled Bruington around to third base and took sec ond himself as Bloomington's righthander Denny DellaPina attempted to get Bruington, going into third. Doyle's hit chased Bloomington's starting pitcher, Jim Axon, from the mound. Wayne Schmitz, a hard-throwing righthander, took over for Axon just in time to give up a two-run double to Bob Bigley. . Piat Warren sent Bigley to third with a single and came home behind Bigley on Ron Jones' three-run blast over the leftfield wall. Bloomington scored one run in the first on two walks and a sin gle by DellaPina. Galesburg re taliated in the bottom half of the inning when Bigley singled in Doyle who had doubled to right center. Rich Scheinblum, who hit two GALA 4th SPECIAL AUTO RACES KNOX COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS JULY 4 Rain Date July 7 • CLASS A STOCK • SUPER MODIFIEDS • SPECIAL EVENTS Time Trials 1 P.M. First Race '. 2 P;M. CHILDREN 6 to 12 Only 50c ALL PARKING FREE! Refreshments Available REGULAR TICKETS 1.75 Sponsored by Galesburg Jr. Chamber of Commerce PROCEEDS FOR YOUTH AND CIVIC PROGRAMS home runs in the contest, hit his first circuit clout in the fourth inning to put the visitors on top, 2-1. However, Dewey Kalmer drove in Larry Johnson •with a single to knot the count at the end of four frames and set the stage for Galesburg's fifth inning outburst. Scheinblum connected for another roundtripper in the seventh inning. . Mike heis started for the locals and turned in a creditable four- inning performance before being removed for a pinch-hitter in the fourth. He gave up only two runs and two hits. Dick Brown took over for Reis and gained credit for the victory. He gave up only one hit—a home run to Scheinblum — in three innings of relief work. Axon was charged with the defeat for Bloomington. The locals travel to Champaign- Ufbana for a twinbill on Saturday, and go to Bloomington for a pair of games on Sunday. Bloomington (3) lb r h Neal Vallejo Wolff DellaPina Murtaugh Radcr Scheinb'm Peterson Axon Schmitz Totals 23 3 3 OaUtburg (7) •b r h Bruington Doyle Bigley Warren Jones Simon L.Johnson Kalmer Reis aSandburg Brown Totals 23 7 9 Score by innings: Bloomington * 100 100 1—3 Galesburg '_ loo 150 x— 7 a—Grounded out for Reis in 4th. RBI—Scheinblum 2, DellaPina, Bigley 3, Jones 3. PO-A—Bloomington 18-8, Galesburg 21-11. LOB—Bloomington 3, Galesburg 5. 2B—Doyle, Bigley. HR—Scheinblum 2, Jones. SB—Bigley, L. Johnson. S—Reis. IP h r or bbio xAxon (L) 4 6 4 4 5 1 Schmitz 2 3 3 3 1 1 Reis 4 2 2 2 3 1 Brown (W) 3 .11111 x—Faced two men in 5th. „WP—Axon. U—Gamber, Carbone. T—1:45. A—275. READ THE WANT ADS! New Women's Golf Champion For Illinois FREEPORT, 111. (AP) - A new Illinois Women's Amateur golf champion was assured today when Salley Olsen of Rockford met Doris Phillips of Belleville in the 36-hold title match over the Freeport Country Club course. Miss Olsen advanced to the fi nals by defeating the defending champion, Lois Drafke, of La Grange, who was shooting for an unprecedented sixth state crown. The semifinal match ended on the 19th green with Miss Olsen scor ing a 1 up decision over her vet eran opponent. Miss Olsen sank a three foot putt to score a vie tory as Miss Drafke missed her four foot putt. At one point Miss Olsen had Miss Drafke two down,' but the defending champion managed to pull even at the end of the regu lation 18. In Thursday's second semifinal match Miss Phillips moved into the finals by scoring a 3 and 2 decision over Rae Ann Wiegert of Rockford. Stock Car Racing Set for Knoxville Fairgrounds Track records will be in jeopardy Fourth of July afternoon at the Knox County Fairgrounds with some of the top drivers in the Middlewest scheduled tO compete for honors'in the .Jaycee sponsored stock car race program. , It is the third of four, such programs to 1 be presented by the Galesburg Jaycees this summer. All the proceeds will be used by the local organization to promote youth and civic programs. Competition in both super Modified, and Class A Stock Car Races will be run with four events scheduled in each class. These entered belong to the Midstate Drivers-Owners Racing Club. Local talent will be featured in both the Super-Modified and Class A Stocks. Jerry Blundy and^ Fibber Mc Gee, two of the leading dirt track drivers in the country, will be representing Galesburg in the Super Modified races. These two should be put to test against field of veteran race car "jockeys." Jim Dillon, No. 10 in the point standings, heads the list of local drivers entered in the Class A Stock Car races. Others from this vicinity are Jim Welch, Herb Curtis and Bob Lamb. Dillon and Lamb were Heat Winners Memorial Day with Dilon finishing second in the feature. MODRC races are held each Saturday night at Pittsfield Speedway in Pittsfield and Sun­ day nights at the Lincoln Speedway. Races Thursday at the fairgrounds are set to get underway at 2 p.m. with time trials set for 1 p.m. Fight Results By The Associated Press GLASGOW, Scotland - Eddie Cotton, 170%, Seattle, outpointed Chic Calderwood, 173, Scotland, 10. RICHMOND, Va.-Larry Boardman, 140, Jacksonville, Fla., out­ pointed Rocky Randell, 144, Miami, Fla., 10. LOS ANGELES-Danny Valdez, 127, Los Angeles, knocked out Paul Alba, 126, San Antonio, Tex., 4. JOE'S SUPER LIQUORS 2300 GRAND AVE. 343.9569 BARCLAY'S GIN *2.99 5th ZARNOFF VODKA *2.79 5th TEN .HIGH BOURBON SUNNYBROOK *•* m DREWRY'S *2,99 Case S 4 M 3'« H> Fish • Filet* Chicktn 77e Spaghetti BUSCH • STAG FALSTAFF MILWAUKEE BLUE RIBBON *3.19 Case 24— 12-oit. Ret, BUSCH BAVARIAN 99c - Cms 89c No Ret, OlD CROW *3t98 proo ( HAMM'S w M.09 CORBY'S f PAUL JONES • IMPERIAL # OLD THOMPSON $3.39 5th - 3 for $10 All KINDS IMPORTED WINE MEISTIRBRAU 77c ^. Ga i. Ust Our Convenient Prive-up Window READ THE WANT ADS! .On Disabled List BOSTON (UPI) - Gene Conley, one of professional sport's few two-letter men, has been placed on the disabled list by the Boston Red Sox. A towering right-handed pitcher, Conley has not. seen action for three weeks because of a shoulder ailment. He plays center for the New York Knickerbockers in the "off-season." Host Golf Tourneys NEW YORK (UPI) — Two tournament-tested golf courses will host the Walker Cup matches and the U.S. Amateur champion ship in September of 1965. The Walker Cup will be contested over the Baltimore (Md.) Country Club's Five Farm Course Sept. 3-4. The Amateur is scheduled Sept. 13-18 at the Southern Hills Country Club, Tulsa, Okla., scene of Tommy Bolt's 1958 U.S. Open victory; The Philadelphia Phillies won 17 to 18 games from the Houston Colts in 1962. Church League Boxes Fini Lutheran ib r h Raaen 3 0 0 Hendricks 3 L.Hull Kniss Kennedy Sterr Seibert W.Hull Peterson Johanson First Msihodlst •b r h Weatherf'd 4 10 Sippel 4 0 0 Holmes 4 0 0 Carlson 4 2 1 Johnson 4 1 Leiber 4 12 Cunning 'm 4 2 2 Hunt 3 11 Burquln 3 12 Stlnson 2 0 1 Totals 36 9 11 Totals 29 3 4 Score by innings: First Lutheran 100 110 0—3 First Methodist 070 Oil x—9 United Brethren ibth Sargeant Suydam Erickson Bird Dickson J.Catlin Carlton D.Catlin Hand Sedgwick Alderman 2 0 1 0 2 0 Totals 34 4 9 Nelson Mercer Mason Feathers Sinnott Peterson Sutor Ritz Enlow Stein Hill Kermin Jaycees ab r h 4 0 0 0 0 « 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 3 Totals' 31 2 7 Score by innings: United Brethren - 002 000 2—4 Jaycees . 000 200 0—2 Mission Covenant ab r h T.Hilgen'g 4 Hawkin'n 4 Mel.Nel'n 4 B.Hilgen'g 4 IYulock 4 Jordan 4 MikeNel'n 3 J.Peters'n 3 G.Peters'n 3 Dayton 3 Trinity Lutheran ab r h Engman Hannam Findahl D.Flaar Hailberg VanFleet Anderson Page Miller R.Flaar Totals 36 5 10, Score by innings: Mission Covenant . Trinity Lutheran Totals 30 3 8 .030 011 0—5 .000 003 0—3 Coldbrook G.Way J.Gardner 5 E.Davis 4 D.Mustain 4 Terpening 4 E.Way 4 Conard 4 Hawkins 4 R.Mustain O G.Gardner 3 L.Davis 4 ab r 5 1 Bethel Baptiit Snow Sippel Sward Corbin Horn [saacson L.Peterson Knutson Westergren Sweborg Tigers Keep Hold on Top Spot The Tigers kept their hold on first place with a 4-1 victory over the White Sox in Little League action at O. N. Custer Park, Thursday night. The Cubs blasted the Braves, 14-2, in the other contest of the evening. Winning pitcher John Sink helped his cause with a home run in the Tiger triumph. Sink's teammate, Leon, Lukett also hit for the circuit, while Bruce McGriff contributed two hits to the winning effort. Roger Cirimotich had a perfect night, three hits in three times at bat, to 'pace the Cubs' wih. Tom Mummy hit a home run for the losers. Tonight, three.farm league contests are slated: the Cubs and the Cardinals are scheduled to go in the first contest, the Braves and the Giants in the second .game and the Pirates and Dodgers in the finale. Bravei (2) Local Legion Will Host Geneseo Coach Sam Andree's Galesburg American Legion squad will attempt to get back to winning ways tonight against Geneseo at H. T. Custer Park. Game time is 7:45. The local Legion team dropped a 6-3 encounter to Lewistown last night at Lewistown. ibth ab r h Cowan 3 0 1 MacLean 1 1 0 Jones 1 0 O Bayless 0 0 0 Gottenb'g 2 0 1 Triplett 1 1 1 Lewis 3 0 0 Ponce 1 0 0 Shelton 2 0 1 Triplett 4 3 2 Hoerner 3 0 2 Hick 3 3 2 Hendricks 2 1 0 Wilcox 2 1 0 Malmrose 2 0 0 Olmsted 4 2 1 Meyers 0 0 0 Hegg . 3 3 2 Goodin 1 0 0 MacLean 4 0 1 Walters 0 0 0 Cirimotich 3 0 3 Sturgeon 1 0 0 Peck 1 0 0 Watson 2 0 O Tolle 1 0 0 Mummy 1 1 1 Wignell 1 0 0 Clague 1 0 0 Totals 20 2 6 Totals 30 14 12 Score by innings: Cubs 543 llx—14 Braves 000 101— 2 Winning pitcher, Cirimotich; losing pitcher, Lewis. White Sox (1) ab r h ab r h Quigley 2 1 0 Roberson' 3 1 1 Carr 2 0 0 Shannon 4 1 1 Galloway 3 0 1 Lukett , 4 1 1 Ehrenha't 2 0 0 McGriff 1 3 0 1 Fuson 2 0 O Sink 3 1 2 Hinkson 2 0 0 Webber 3 0 0 Lewis 1 0 0 Hawley 3 0 1 Spillers 1 0 0 Healy 2 0 0 Leahy 1 0 0 Tadie 0 0 0 Partin 1 0 0 Allison 0 0 0 Tapper 1 0 0 Fredricks 1 0 0 Huss 0 0 0 Newborn 0 0 0 Miller 1 0 0 Totals 18 1 1 Totals 27 4 7 Score by innings: Tigers 000 130—4 White Sox _•- -000 100—1 Winning pitcher, Sink; losing pitcher, Hinkson. Bracken Golf League Scores At the completion of eight weeks of play Wednesday Jones still is on top of the league witli a 6-2 mark closely followed by Mangrums, Sneads, Souchocks and Boros, all with identical 5-3 records. Middecoffs, Hogans, Hagans and Fords all have 3-5 marks with Demarets bringing up the rear with a 2-6 performance. In Wednesday results Jones beat Middlecoffs 123-130. Man­ grums ove. Hogans 127-131, Hagans and Souchocks over Sneads and Demarets both by forfeit and Boros measured Fords by 135 to 139 score. Low gross was turned in by Bob Coe Jr., with a 29 who also won the hole-in-one contest on No. 12 with a shot of under 4 feet. John Smith had the low net score of 27 with the low team score being turned in by the Jones 123. No league action is scheduled for Wednesday, July 3, day before the holiday. In recent weeks hole-in-ones have been recorded at Lake Bracken with Earl Miller and Vencel Stevens both turning the trick. wwrr • TOT* Warriors Wm 5th Straight CD Galesburg's Warriors, playing on their new sponsor, Blatz Beer, made it five in a row Thursday Policemen, Anderson Post Wins After suffering a 9-0 defeat to the K n i g h t s of Columbus, Wednesday night, the Galesburg Police Department came back to dump Davis Food Stores, 8-6, at H. T. Custer Park, Thursday night, in Babe Ruth League action. In other play at H. T. Custer Park last night, Cliff Anderson nipped Knoxville, 6-5. The Police Department-Davis contest was called at the end of four innings because of the time limit. Johnson picked up the victory, while Webber was^tagged with the loss. Gregg Monson was the winning hurler in Cliff Anderson's victory. Terry Hinkle had a trio of Notre Dame bolds a 22-10 football advantage over Southern California. Two games were ties. hits to pace the winners. Davli Food (fi ) Police Dept. (8) ab r h ab r h Levene 2 l 0 Sturgeon 2 2 0 Webber 1 0 0 Roberson 1 0 0 Hopping 2 l 0 Ponce 1 2 1 Brodie 2 2 1 Tlmmons 1 1 1 Swanson 3 0 2 Chase 2 0 1 Robinson 3 0 0 Swanson 3 0 1 Wood 2 t 0 Chllders 2 1 2 Plaak 1 0 0 Billings 2 1 0 Bayles3 0 0 0 Johnson 0 1 0 John 1 1 0 Walson 1 0 0 Kimble 1 0 0 Stcphnns 0 0 0 Stcgall 2 0 0 Imlor 0 0 0 Russ 0 0 0 Totals 6 3 Totals 17*8 8 Score by innings: Police Dcpt 260 0—8 Davis Food 111 3—6 Winning pitcher, Johnson; losing pitcher, Webber. Knoxville (S) ibth Thompson 4 2 1 Tasker 4 D.Albright 3 J.Albright 4 Boyse Hullck Nelson Walker Paulsg've Batell Kcnnct 0 0 0 0 1 0 CUM Anderson (6) ab r h Dalton 4 0 0 Anderson 4 0 1 A.Johnson 4 2 2 Schumann 3 10 Hinkle 4 13 F.Johnson 2 10 Danlclson 2 0 O Monson 3 12 Robinson 2 0 0 Cheesoman 10 0 Coleman 10 0 Totals 25 5 41 Totals 30 6 8 Score by innings: Knoxville 110 000 3—5 Cliff Anderson 022 001 1—6 Winning pitcher, Monson; losing pitcher, Nelson. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Columbus 7, Arkansas 5 Indianapolis 5, Jacksonville 2 Syracuse 1, Richmond 0 Rochester 3, Toronto 2 Only games scheduled night as they won 7-5 at Mofnlflf Sun, Iowa. Blatz came along to fake ovef the sponsorship at a time when the Warriors were ready to fold because of a lack of funds, "it was just in the nick of lime," said business manager Bob Wright. This Sunday, Galesburg Btat« will play the Philadelphia Stars at 4 p.m. on the Knox College diamond. The Stars are a mem* ber of the Negro American League. It was the fifth win against just one setback for the Blatz team last night, but the first win of the season for veteran Rusty Pot* ter. The righthander fanned seven and didn't issue a single free pass. He gave up only 10 hits: Jim Lester homered, while Emit Hansen had a double and single to lead the local attack. Dave Thielbert has joined the Blatz team to help boost the local pitching staff. Dave played in '59 with the Warriors and has been getting in shape with the Corpus Christi team this summer. The game scheduled for Wednesday night at Canton was called off. Blaix (7) Morning Sun (5) ab r h Bryant Wilson Ponce Flllman Holmes Lester Hansen Potter Shol! Peck Thielbert Johnson ab r h 2 2 1 4 2 2 4 1 1 4 1 1 4 1 2 4 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 Cnhalkt McLean Johnson Tagman Wallman Gast Simmons Lec 1 2 I 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 1 2 Totals 30 7 8| Totals 34 510 Score by Innings: Blnlz 012 040 0—7 Morning Sun . 102 020 0—5 Winning pitcher, Potter; losing pitcher, Lee. McDonaldites Grab First In Putt-Putt The McDonaldites took the lead after the second week of action in the Men's League at the Putt-Putt golf course. , Bob Hagspihl took over the top spot in individual standings, while LeRoy Hook of the Collegiates vas named the "league golfer of the week" He had the low score for the week with a 69. Team Standing! McDonaldites 57, Fearless Four 32, McCornack's 21, Gents 9, Collegiate* -41, Ulm's -68. Individual Standing* Bob Hagspihl 32, Jack Larson 23, Lenny Bycrly 21, Rod Carlson 18. Aris Wilis Award LONDON (UPI) — Stanley Aris was awarded $12,600 by a court Thursday because he has had a steady whistling sound in his left ear since being injured in an automobile accident. WHEN THE OIL ON THE STICK SHOWS A m ASK ME! HOW MUCH YOU MAY SAVE ON YOUR CAR INSURANCE WITH STATE FARM I BUD NELSON ? W. 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