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i A .CHICAGO (APl^-Anclent feafiy pwyn», whose quest for his 30ffih jQMtflqr is becoming an agonising Crusade, had no beef after his iiffifth try to crash the magic pitch- .j>ing Circle failed Friday night. As a matter of fact, Cleveland's 43-year-old Wynn left after si* ' Innings and a five-hit pitching stint against the Chicago White Sox more or less of his own accord. And, it turned out, he was taken off the hook as the Indians rallied in the ninth for a 4 -3 victory. Wynn, who returned to the baseball wars in Tribe warpaint June 21, had a great duel going for six innings with 22-year-old Dave Debusschere, seeking his first major league victory. Wynn, yielding to a pinch bat­ ter in the seventh and trailing 3 -2, explained: "For five innings, I had good stuff and was getting the ball across the, way 1 wanted. Then, I started getting tired and told Birdie Tebbetts, and he took me out. "I'm gradually working into shape where I can pitch with only four or five days rest and be ready whenever Birdie wants me to go, "I thought t did pretty good, although I didn't have the stuff here I had a week ago in my first crack with Cleveland against the Sox." Wynn lost to Chicago 2 -D a week before on Ron Hansen's two-run home run in the ninth at Cleveland. "Hell, I don't care if I get No. 300 against the White Sox who " A, ' . , . ^. <• t ' S» J " if Froehling Wants to Join McKinley in Quarterfinals WIMBLEDON, Eng. (UPI) — Frank Froehling Jr., of San Antonio, Tex., one of ohly two Amer lean men still alive in the Wimbledon tennis championships, met Roger Taylor of Britain today in a fourth round test. Froehling hoped to join fourth- seeded Chuck McKinley, also of San Antonio, in the quarterfinals. McKinley banged his way into the round of eight Friday with a 6-3, 8-6, 6-3 victory over India's Jai- dip Mukerjea on a day in which rain disrupted play and washed out many doubles matches. Top-seeded Roy Emerson of Australia, shooting for the grand slam of the Australian, French, Wimbledon and American titles, plays Ramanathan Krishnan of India, Willie Bungert of Germany plays Jose Arilla of Spain, and Marty Mulligan of Australia goes against Bobby Wilson of Britain in the other remaining fourth round matches. Fred Stolle of Australia, Christian Kuhnke of Germany and second-seeded Manuel Santana of Spain gained the quarter-finals Friday along with McKinley. In the women's singles! the Yanks have three players as far as the fourth round, including fourth-seeded Darlene Hard of Long Beach, Calif. Billie Jean Moffitt, also of Long Beach, and Donna Floyd Fales of Arlington, Va., are the others. Mrs. Fales reached the round of i£ Friday, advancing by default over the ailing Vera Sukova of Czechoslovakia, last year's surprise runnerup. Miss Hard, ranked No. 3, made it on Thursday. The ranks of the Yanks were thinned further Friday when Dorothy Head Knode, formerly of Forest Hills, N.Y., and now of Tokyo, and Tory Ann Fretz of Harrisburg, Pa., were bumped out of the women's singles. Mrs. Knode lost to Lorna Cawthorn of Britain, 6-3, 7-5, and Miss Fretz was ousted by Jan Lehane of Australia, 8-6, 6-4. Officials hoped for clearing weather today in order to catch up in doubles play. Most of Friday's matches were washed out because of the rain, but Miss Hard and her partner, Maria Bueno of Brazil, managed to score a 6-0, 8-1 second round win over Spain's Carmen Coronado and Maria Estalella. In men's doubles involving Americans, Ron Fisher of Houston, Tex., and Noel Holland of Australia advanced to the fourth round with a 4-6, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 victory over Geoffrey Paish and John Crump of Britain, but Froehling and Donald Dell of Bethcsda, Md„ bowed to Carlos Fcrnandes and Ronald Barnes of Brazil. McKinley and Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield, Calif., seeded third in the men's doubles, reached the fifth round on Thursday. Knoxville Beats Friars Knoxville used a six-run third inning to spark a 10-2 victory over Corpus Christi at Knoxville Friday night. The winners made the most of six hits to dump the Friars. XnoxvllU (10) Corpui Chrltll (2) •bit Kennedy Rice Carr Thompson Petitt Prinn Drasites Upson Southwell Green Hendricks mi » 3-1 1 4 1 1 4 0 0 4 0 1 4 0 1 2 0 1 3 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 10 0 released him last fall After five seasons and gave hint an unsuccessful trial this spring, or any ether dub/' he said., "In fact, I would Just as soon get No, 300 against the Yankees and knock them out of first place with the White Sox taking over. "I'll say one thing. When t get No. 300, I'm going to get the winning ball and carry it around in my pocket a couple of days before I have it gold-plated or something." It appeared Wynn's departure was prompted when Manager At Lopez of the Sox replaced DO- Busschere, who also aijbwed five hits in six innings, with Jim Brosnam to start the Tribe sev- venth. The victory went to the third Tribe hurier, Ted Abernathy. Brosnan, who had an 0.96 ERA in 15 appearances, was the victim of Cleveland 's two-run burst settling the game in the ninth. He yielded three singles before Willie Kirkland's squeeze bunt single off Hoyt Wilhelm scored the winning run from third. Lopez explained "he yanked De Busschere because "from where I was in the dugout, I could tell he was getting tired." While the Sox were failing to make headway in the chase after the Yankees, the Chicago Cubs notched their 40th victory of the season against 34 defeats with ah llth-inning, 4-3 triumph over the Phils on Ron Santo's non-on homer at Philadelphia Friday night. It was lefty Dick Ellsworth all the way for the Cubs, as he registered his 10th decision against six setbacks. Ellsworth scattered 10 hits and held the Phils scoreless nine innings after they had tied the score at 3-3 in the second inning. Today, the White Sox send Johnny Buzhardt (9-3) against Cleveland's Jack Kralick (6-2) in the second game of a four-game series, while the Cubs' Larry Jackson (9-6) faces Art Mahaffey (3-9) in a night game at Philadelphia. Legion Smashes Geneseb, Will Host Lincoln Tonight • * #*-u* M*H» A A ty vi*. .Prina. Danny Stewirt and Some lusty hitting coupled with American Legion squad a 1M vie Van Smith's fine pitching per- tory over Oeneseo Friday night at formance gave the Galesburg H. T. Custer Park. Hie local crew sent to men to the plate in a five-ran first inning and it more men batted in a five' run fourth frame. Smith went the route, striking out nine and walking only one hitter. He gave up three hits. Carl Swanson paced the Galesburg attack with three hits. Pat 300 Watch Farm League Prina, Danny Stewart and Jeff Stone all had a pair of safe blows for the winners. One of Stone's hits was a double in the first in* nlng which drove In two markers. tonight, the locals host Lincoln in a nine-inning contest slated for 7i45 on the tf. T. Caster Park diamond. - 0 " . ••'tf.-fc'. t > /J. 9*0* INKS CONTRACT—Elbert Klmbrough, formerly of Northwestern University and Galesburg High School, has signed his 1983 contract with the San Frahclsco 49e«. Klmbrough has been used as • defensive back, both on the wing and in deep safety position. PARfl LEAOyt iTA«DH»OS NSHMal iMfttt W PiratM —— *~4 Dodgers — Cardinals —....3 Cubs —^ —— Braves J Giants . —----- l Amarlean Laagui^ Tigers .3 Yankees 3 Athletic* 2 White Sox ... ,—-2 Red Sox —-2 Indians — 0 la 1 / 1 2 3 4 4 L \ a 2 2 4 To Mis* Open MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) Former National Open champ Cary Middlecoff, 42, will miss the British Open. The golfing dentist, - » plagued by back pains, has been An estimated 300 fans turned ,° lrdered |V d ^ta to take a out to watch three farm-league thre «* w c« k OaUskurt (IS) •b » h 3 3 2 3 3 4 Hines 2 0 01 Mariman 2 0 1 smeiwet 2 0 0 Kiavok* 2 0 0 VanmenenS 1 1 Pease .200 Vanders'k 2 0 0 Bawklns 2 0 0 D.VanO'p 1 " 1 j.VanO'p 10 0 Nolan 0 5 5 Went* 1 _0^0 Totals i9 1 31 Totals 28 IS 11 Scot.- by innings t Geneseo — —010 00- t Gnlesburtf -Ml BX-=»1S G Wlnnln| Pitcher, Smith; losing pitcher, D. Van Opdrop. Prina,. Sehacht Swanson 3tewart_ Sundquist Plekrel Smith Stone llodfefs Galesburg Warriors Battle Philadelphia Stars Sunday J.Albright 3 2 1 Tasker 3 0 1 Thompson 12 1 D.Albrlghtl 1 0 Royse 110 Batell 10 1 Hultck 2 0 0 Walker 3 1-1 Hopping 3 10 Wldenha'r 10 0 Utsler 2 0 0 T.Paulsg'e 2 11 Kennett 2 10 Totals 2510 e| Totals 20 2 6 Score by innings: Knoxville 206 002—10 Corpus Christi _ 101 000— 2 Scrappers to Play Kewanee And Moline Galesburg Bill's Scrappers, girls softbail team, has booked games with the Kewanee Blackhawks and Moline, Manager Bill Costello announced today. The Galesburg team will not play this Sunday. The Scrappers will travel to Kewanee Friday night to play the Blackhawks, and are matched at Moline July 7 in Riverside Park. Another game is being arranged with Aledo. All games are on a home-and-home basis, Costello reported. The local club has won its first two starts this season. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! READ THE WANT ADS! Moose Tales By MOOSE JOHNSON The Philadelphia Stars, report ed to be one of the youngest and fastest teams in the history of the Negro American League, will battle the Galesburg Blatz Warriors Sunday afternoon at the Knox College Thomas H. Blodgett field. The game is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. Reports out of Philadelphia indicate that there are a number of promising young players with the Stars. One of the top performers is Mel Robinson, 6-4 220 -pound cen- terfielder, who does a major league job. This is Robinson's third season with the Stars and at the age of 22 many are predicting a bright future. Charles Martin, 21, is rated one of the top third basemen in the league and boasts power. Johnny Johnson, second baseman, and James Atterbury shortstop, have been attracting scouts. Atterbury is just 19 years old. Manager Harold Holmes has not named his starter for tomorrow afternoon's battle with the Stars. He did indicate, however, that it would probably be either Ed Havens or Dick Fillman. The Blatz team, with a record of five wins and only one loss, is going for its sixth straight win Sunday. There will be an admission charge at the gate. Recall Infielder LOS ANGELES (UPI> - The Los Angeles Dodgers have recalled infielder Ken McMullen from Spokane to plug the vacancy created by the sale of Don Zimrner to 'Washington. contests in Little League action a 0. N. Custer Park, Friday night. The Pirates moved Into a first place tie with the Dodgers via a 14-5 victory over the front-runners. The Cubs upset the Cardinals, 13-9, in the second affair, while the Braves took their first triumph with a tight 4-3 victory "• 1 over the Giants. After a layoff of several months, we will be keep Action in the "major leagues" ing our readers up to date on fishing news once more, resumes tonight with the Pirates Aside from a big catfish taken over the we«.kcind by taking on the Braves at 5:43, Charles Wesner of Abingdon, there hasn't been too much and the Indians and Red Sox go- ^ 0 s h ou t about I " <«« of nD ,.v, „tw at 7-. in < Chuck Unger who caught I beautiful crappie which ran the ing at each other at 7:30. Monday morning, farm league play continues with the Red Sox and Indians meeting at 8, the Athletics-and White Sox at 9:20, and the Cardinals and Giants at 10:40. Church League Million Covenant ibth T.Hllgen'g 4 4 2 Hawkin'n 4 3 2 M.Nelson 4 11 B.Hilgen'g 3 0 0 Trulock 4 11 Jordan 4 11 Mt.Nelson 3 0 1 J.Peterson 4 11 G.Peterson 1 0 0 DJohnson 3 0 0 Pay ton 3 11 Maior League Box Scores * ...... „Z ^Ld for Baldschun in I calledlout• »« rtrike. to P ^jMy^ Fraibytarian •b r h Llnditrom 5 2 1 Peterson 5 3 2 Schrader 5 3 5 Stocks 5 12 Peacock 4 12 DeWitt 10 1 Buncher 4 12 Blackman 2 0 1 Minteer 2 0 1 McCornack 4 2 2 Johnson 4 2 2 Gorham 4 2 2 Totals 3712101 Totals 4817S Score by innings:' Mission Covenant ™ 301042 2—12 Presbyterian L 252 800 0—17 CLEVELAND •b r h bi Franc'a 5 12 1 Tasby 5 0 10 Klrkf'd 5 12 1 Alvls 5 12 0 WWW 3 0 2 2 delaHoz 3 0 0" bAdc'k 10 0" Abem'yO 0 0 0 Azcuo * 0 I'0 cGrant 0 1 0 0 Klndall ?000 Wynn 1 0 0 0 nGrecn 10 0 0 Allen 0 0 0 0 Held _1_0_^_^ Totals 37 411 * Totals 37 4H 4i a—Grounded out for Wynn in 7th; b—grounded out for Dela Hoz in 8th; c—ran for Azcue in 9th. Cleveland 000 101 002—4 Chicago _ „001 101 000—3 E—Azcue. PO-A—Cleveland 27-16,, Chicago 27-13. DP—Ward, Weis and H.Aa'n McCraw; Alvis, de la Hoz and Whit- I Torre field. LOB—Cleveland 9. Chicago 3 2B~Ward 2. SB—McCraw, Kindall Alvis. S—DeBusschere. SF—Maxwell. baseball White Sox vs. Indians RAD T H e_.IMN D CITIZEN NIGHT GAME CHICAGO ab * h bl H'hb'ger 4 0 2 1 McCraw 4 110 Ward 4 13 1 Bobln'n 3 0 0 0 Maxwell 2 0 0 1 Brosnan 0 0 0 0 Martin 10 0 0 Hansen 3 0 0 0 Weis 3 0 0 0 Cnrreori 3 110 Wilhelm 0 0 0 0 DcB'ere 10 0 0 Landts 10 0 0 Totals 20 3 7 3 11th; c-slngled for Baldschun in Score by innings. ^ Chicago --- 300 000 wu u*-» Philadelphia —-^-"O 000 oou E — Gonzalez, R °, d % el 5 !L-u a «Vi s Chicago 33-11. Philadelphia 33-15, Ep -laV. Hubby and Banta. DP—Santo, ttuoos .OR— —Chicago 5, Philadelphia 10. Banks/Demeter, Dalrymple Burton. HR—Santo. SB—Taylor. Ellsworth. Ellsworth W, 10-6.11 Duren J Baldschun L, 5-4-2 h r «t bbto 10 3 3 3 U 7 3 3 1 0 11113 HBP-By _?urcn Banta>. U- called out on strikes for Purkey in 7th; c—walked for Coleman in 8th; d—popped out for Hoeft in 8th; e— ran for Kuenn in 8th; f—walked for Kasko in 9th. Score by innings; Cincinnati 000 002 010—3 San Francisco 200 100 04x—7 E—Kuenn, Hoeft. PO-A—Cincinnati 24-12; San Francisco 27-5. LOB —Cincinnati 8, San Francisco 1. 2B —Hiller, Kuenn. HR—McCovey 2, Cepeda, Pinson, Mays. B«ih»l BapiUt ibth Snow 3 2 1 Sippel 5 11 Isaacson 5 2 3 Corbin 5 3 3 Horn 4 2 3 Knutson 4 11 Westerg'n 4 2. 3 Scott\ 4 0 1 Peterson 4 2 2 Sweborg 3 11 Totals 411619, Score by innings Bethel Baptist — Trinity Lutheran Purkej IP .6 WorthTng'n T7 2-1 nor—cy ywivu, —— , Su'dol, Forman. Gorman, Landes. —3:09. A—9,653. NIGHT GAME IP Wynn 1 Aberna"thy"w73-6:2 DeBusschere Brosnan L, 2- J —^? Wilhelm — — h i «r bbio 5 3 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 5 2 2 2 3 5 2 2 i i 1 0 0 0 0 MILWAUKEE •b r b bl Maye 4 12 0 Mathe's 3 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 3 0 2 1 3 0 10 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Jones Dillard Boiling Larkcr Menke Spahn LOS ANGELES ab r h bl 4 0 10 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 h r «bb io 4 3 3 0 1 3 3 3 0 0 5"™'"°" — IA 1 1 1 0 1 Hoeft W. 1-0 ','3 0 0 0 0 0 Larsen 1 0 0 u _i_y U—Steiner, DonateUi. Crawford, Venzon. T—2:25. A—23,615. Wills Gilliam W.Davis T.Davis Howard aOliver Fairly Camilli Trace'ki bWalls - - „ Drysdale 2 0-0 cSkow'n 10 0 Totals 28 0 3 0 Ch^TU»3 e 6, 3 2r Klnley ' ab r hbl Schill'g 3 1 0 0 Mcjins 4 0 0 0 Vliz'ki 4 12 0 Malz'ne 4 12 1 Stuart 4 1 1 1 Willia's 0 0 0 0 Clinton 4 0 1 1 Bress'd 3 0 0 0 rtllman 2 0 0 0 aNtxon 2 0 0 1 Heffner 2 0 0 0 bGeig'r 10 0 0 Radatz 10 0 0 Kubck Rich'son Tresh Maris Pepit'nc Blanc'd Reed cBerrn Lopez Howard Boyer Totals 33 17 1i i U .a„» . _ . a—Ran for Howard in 8th; b— grounded out for Tracewski in 8th; c—grounded out for Drysdale in 9th. Score by innings. Milwaukee 100 000 000—1 Los Angeles 000 000 00O—0 ab r h bl E—Wills. Boiling. PO-A—Mil- 4 0 0 0 waukee 27-13, Los Angeles 27-7. DP 4 110 —Boiling and Larker. LOB—Mil- 4 0 2 1 waukee 7, Los Angeles 2. 2B— 2 110 Torre. 3B—H. Aaron. S—Fairly. SF 4 0 2 1 —Torre. 3 0 0 0 : - lp h r.rbb .o 0 0 0 0 Spahn Wi n „ 3 ___„ 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Dr y 8 dale L, 9-9 -9 7 111 U—Vargo, Harvey, Weyer, Barlick. T-^.'Oa. A—44,894. NIGHT GAME ST. LOUIS lb t hbl Javier 4 12 0 White 5 2 10 Groat 3 111 Musial 2 2 10 Carniel 2 0 0 0 Boyer 4 2 10 Flood 4 0 3 4 bJames 0 0 0 0 McCar'r 4 0 0 1 Gibson 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 4 0 0 0 Downing 2 0 0 0 Reniff J 0 0 0 dBrlght 10 0 0 CINCINNATI ab s b bl 8th; Bo S s on*.^.i^!:--000 000 310-4 Edw^, 4 0 0 0 % w -ffik7"P6 ^A -K 10 2^ «»? ] § °o Maris. HR-Howard. ... ^ j 0 g g lp h i •» bb to Kasko 0 0 0 0 Heffner • —o 5 2 2 1 3 fKeo'gh 0 0 0 0 Radatz W, 7-1 —.3 2 1113 Spenc'r 10 0 0 Downing 6V 3 * 3 3 0 5 Reniff L, 0-2 2% 2 112 2 SANrilANCISCO •b t hbl Kuenn 4 0 10 eBow'an 0 l o 0 Hiller 4 2 2 1 Mays 4 112 McCoVy 4 2 2 3 Larsen 0 0 o 0 Cepeda 4 111 Haller 3 0 0 0 F.Alou 3 0 10 Pagan 3 0 0 0 Marichal 2 0 0 0 Hoeft 0 0 0 0 dM.Alou 10 0 0 WP-Hif I ner. U-Uniont, Kinna- ] mon, Stevens. Napp. T—2.26. A— 29,958. NIGHT GAME Totals 31 3 2 21 Totals 32 7 8 7 a—Ran for Spenper in 7th; b— Trinity Luthsran ab r ta Sauter 5 1 1 H.Engman 5 1 1 D.Engman 5 11 Findall 5,3 3 Flaar 5 2 3 Anderson 5 0 4 Page 5 0 4 Traut 4 0 0 Totals 39 8 17 '. 370 501 0—16 005 200 1— 8 Praibyisrian Emmanuel Methodist ab r hi ab s h Lindstrom 3 3 3 iTT, ~*—" ft ° Peterson 2 2 0 Schrader 5 3 4 Steck 5 0 1 Peacock 5 2 4 Buncher 5 1 2 Doerscu'k 5 11 McCorn'k 5 12 Linderm'n 5 0 0 Johnson 2 0 0 NIGHT GAME HOUSTON ab * h bl Temple 3 10 0 Spangler 4 0 10 Weekly 4 0 11 Zachary 0 0 0 0 War'ick 4 0 0 0 Staub 4 13 0 Batem'n 3 0 11 Llllis 4 0 0 0 Fazio 3 0 0 0 Drott 0 0 0 0 McMa'n 10 0 0 aDavis 1 0 0 0 Umbric't 0 0 0 0 cGoss 10 0 0 Totals 35 9 10 8| Totals 32 2 6 2 a—Struck out for McMahon in 5th; b—ran for Flood in 8th; c— struck out for Umbricht in 8th Score by innings: St. Louis .- 023 000 121—9 Houston --O00 000 110-2 E—Staub, White, Fazio 2, Spangler, Gibson. PO-A—St. Louis 27-5, Houston 27-5. DP-Spangler and Bateman; Groat and white. LOB— St. Louis 6, Houston 6., 2B—Javier. 3B—Staub, Altman. SB—Javier. S —Altman. SF -*- Altman, Groat, Bateman. J.Peterson 3 0 2 R.Johnson 2 0 0 Dude , 3 0 0 7. Johnson 2 11 S.Disben'et 3 12 L.Peterson 3 0 0 D.Peterson 3 0 1 Mates 3 0 0 Nelson 3 0 0 Swanson 2 0 0 a 7Vz pound bass earlier this season, reports that he has not done very well since then. Efforts Pay Off Bob Stroneberner's efforts paid off for him while he was on one of his fishing ventures. He caught two bass that would please any fisherman. The biggest fish tipped the scales at 6^ pounds, and the other weighed an even six pounds. ' Bill Foley, fishing in the Strip Mine area, nailed a 5 pound, 14 ouncer using a Repalla. Will Mount Fish Area anglers may not be aware that there is a man in Galesburg who is now mounting fish. Don Fuller, who lives on the northwest corner of South and Day streets, mounted a five-pound bass caught by Floyd Carlson. Anyone interested in seeing Fuller's work should contact Floyd., Most of the bluegills caught this year have been from farm ponds. Kenny Darnell may have come up with the top catch among area anglers With a one-pound, two- ounce bluegill. Gene Carlson hit one weighing 14% ounces. Nails Catfish Herb Erickson, fishing at Lake Bracken, brought in a catfish tip ping the scales at 13% pounds Fats Grady, one of the area's newer and more devout fishermen, caught a 10% pound catfish in a farm pond. Eddie Ronk made a catch of a beautiful crappie which ran the scales to two pounds, eight ounces. Wayne Martin caught one weighing one pound, 12 ounces. The weather that we've been experiencing lately reminds one of "Dog Days" — days which normally do not hit us until later in the summer. The superstition that fish are not supposed to bite during this time has made believers out of quite a few fishermen. Just about everyone whom we've talked to lately has said the same thing-.. "Fishing has been terrible." Futile Trips Reports of several anglers that have made catfishing trips to Wisconsin frequently have indicated that fishing has not been good. It's the same old story: If one hits it just at the right: time, plenty of catfish Can be caught. We haven't heard of any fabulous catches made from the Mississippi or any of its backwaters yet. Spoon River has been producing a few fish, most of which are small. With our column just getting under way, we have undoubtedly left out some fine catches. We hope to get to them later. Cloudy TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 342-081S Totals 4213171 Totals 27 2 6 Score by innings: Presbyterian r —222 142 0—13 Emmanuel Methodist ..100 100 0— 2 First Lutharan ab * h Hendricks 4 0 1 Kennedy 4 L.Hull Cunnin'm Adolphs'n Knlss W.Hull Peterson Sterr Raaen E.U.B. ab r h Sedgwick 2 0 0 Suydam Erickson Bird Sargeant Dickson Carlton Catlin Hand Alderman Totals 32 2 9 1 Totals 29 0 6 Score by innings: First Lutheran 000 010 1—2 E.U.B. 000 000 0—0 ANNOUNCEMENT I EFFECTIVE Monday, July 1st I WILL BE LOCATED IN MY NEW OFFICES AT 1134 North Henderson St. IN HENDERSON PLAZA DR. L E. KENT Chiropractic Physician ... Ph. 3424415 Ample Parking Available Gibson W. 7-3 $ Drott L, 2-6 2% McMahon 2ft Umbright — 3 Zachary 1 h » ar bbio 6 2 2 2 13 4 5 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 3 3 1 3 2 1 0 o a HBP—By Drott, Groat. WP— Zachary. PB—McCarver, Bateman. U—Burkhart. Pelekoudas, Walsh, Conlan. T—2:27, A—18,840. Fight Results By The Associated Press PANAMA - Beriford Francis, 128, Panama, knocked out Wesley Hines, 126, Jamaica B.W.I. 8. CHICAGO ab ( hbl Brock 5 11° Burton S 0 1 0 Willia's 4?00 Santo 5 2 2 1 1400 ON YOUR 0\M 4 112 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 Rodgers 4 0 10 Banks Hubbs Bcrtell Ellsw'h 3 0 0 0 T A °l 8 Groun 4 de 8 d 4 out **SrPuren" la 9th: b-struck out tor Palrympla in PHILADELPHIA ab * h bl Taylor 5.120 Cailison 4 10 Gonzal'z S 0 1 Demeter 5 0 4 Sievers 3 0 0 Amaro 5 0 0 Dalry'le 4 11 bAverill 1 0 0 Wine 5 0 1 Duren 3 0 0 aLcmon I 0 0 Baldsc'n 0 0 0 0 cHoak 10 10 ToUJsJililol KNOX COUNTY FAIR JUI.Y 89 - AUG. 3 For Information CALL 343-8893 If You're a Homeowner CALL ME NOW!! Russ Barstow Chandler-Hinchman Agency 340 ip*t Simmon* RUSS iARSTOW — LOTUS REGAN Phone 343-1159 SPECIAL- CUSTOM NU-TREDS BUILT FORTURNPIKE DRIVING! We Ut# 100% Mohawk Materials For Exchange Plut Tax 7.50, 8.00, Blackwall Recapping doesn't cost. • it pays! Lifetime Guarantee "J • Materials nod wwrtaWMwWp. I I e Blowouts, cuts, bnrt»es# U»>| pacts. Replacemesls tout* •* ( | our retail price at ii| ^ adjustment. j TIRIS AR1 OUR IUSINISS — NOT AsToiLINl! • TIRES MOUNTED MM • IALANCID FRII GUARANTEED FOR 20,000 MILES Galesburg Tire & Vulcanizing Co. [aiO W, Simmons St Xttmotii Hftltmtit, Prop, MtMttJOi] I 10 Sdtesbufg Reaister-Moit, GatesburgJH, Saturdoy. June 29, 1963 ^ariyWynn Misses Again 11 Try for 300th Victory i« .1,* fiAwnth And trftitlntf I released him ia »t toll i

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