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.-1 r r • V • J H J - 4 H CLEVELAND, Ohla (UPD -Ar- ftbid PalfMiv with a new mattey •tteftfd of $88,545 in the baftk, today planned a "vacation" during which he will shoot for his third straight British Open golf championship. "I guess I've proved I could Come back," said the guy who apparently had never been away from the manner in which he ripped Tony Lema and Tommy Aaron in a playoff for the $22,000 top money in the $110,000 Cleveland Open golf championship. tie was the Palmer of old as he fired a four-under*par 32-35— 67, despite a nonchalant bogey on the final hole, to win by three impressed shots and break his all- time money record of $81,448, which he set last year. Whatever he wins in the British Open next week will not count in the "official" money winning records kept by the Professional Golfers Association. But Palmer doesn't mind, for in the last three weeks, and all of them playoffs, he has picked up $54,000. That doesn't include the $1,500 bonus he received in the U.S. Open playoff or th$ approximately $3,000 he received as his share of the gate receipts in Monday's playoff over the sun- AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G .B. New York .... 45 28 .616 45 33 .577 2V4 Chicago Minnesota Boston Cleveland Baltimore Countfy Club course. Best All Year "From tee to green, I played the best I have all year," said Palmer, who had taken four weeks off the tour to rest after a sorry showing In the Colonial at Fort Worth. Beechmont I plans to ttftipete In 5 to 10 mote tournaments, but he refused Id speculate on his chances of top* ping the $100,000 money mark. "I never go Into a tournament without thinking I'm going to win it," Palmer said, "fiut when you have such fine young players as Lema and Aaron in there shoot* ...43 32 .573 3 40 34 .541 6tt ... 40 36 .526 6V4 — 41 .41 39 39 40 Los Angeles Kansas City . 35 Detroit 29 45 Washington ..23 56 .291 25 392 16V& .513 .513 .467 There will be local flavor in the ninth annual Championship Drag Races at Indianapolis over the Labor Day weekend, Aug. 30 through Sept. 2, according to the National Hot Rod Association officials. C. O. (Slim) Greenstreet of 139 Garfield, will be driving a DSA in the traditional mid-western drag classic. The. Galesburg man will be one of 1,000 entries from throughout the United States and Canada who will participate in the big quarter-mile event. Entries have been received from 21 states thus far. Ohio leads with 16 while California is second with 14. Championships will be sought in 70 classes, ranging from 1,000 horsepower to finely tuned stock Detroit cars. Deadine for entry has been set at Aug. 1. However, if the number of entries reaches 1,000 before that date, no further applications will be accepted, Wally .Parks, NHRA president, said. -J- First Place On Line On Coast LOS ANGELES (AP) First Monday's Results Kansas City 6, Baltimore 4 New York 7, Boston 5 Today 's Games Chicago at New York (N) Boston at Cleveland (N) Los Angeles at Baltimore (N) Minnesota at Detroit (N) Kansas City at Washington (N) Wednesday 's Games Minnesota at Detroit Boston at Cleveland Los Angeles at Baltimore (N) Chicago at New York Only game scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE W. _L. Pet. G.B. That left some people wondering if perhaps Arnie's Innumerable outside activities hadn't caught up with his game. "I never was worried about my game—all I thought I needed was a little rest," Palmer said. "1 took that rest—and well, you can see what has happened." What happened was: He tied with Paul Harney in the $100,000 Thunderbird tourney three weeks ago and beat him on the first hole of a sudden death playoff for the $25,000 first money. He tied Julius Boros and Jacky Cupit for the U.S. Open championship the following week, and lost to Boros in a playoff, picking up $7,000. The he tied L*ema and Aaron ing against you. the going is tough. "1 had to be at my best to beat them—and I was. But Til sure be disappointed if both Tony and Tommy don't keep going. I've been especially close to Lema. We roomed together when I won the Mobile Open in 1960 and you just can't believe how much he has improved since then." Lema paid tribute to. Palmer. "All of us who play golf for a living owe an awful lot to Arnie," said Lema. "He has made the game what it is for us today. He brings out the crowds, and that means money. And in addition to being a great golfer,' he's a great guy/ 1 Lema wound up with a 36-35—70 and Aaron with a 37-33—70. They and beat them in Monday's play- split the second and third place off for that big $22,000 payoff, money and received $8,530 each Plans More Tourneys —not counting their cut of the After the British Open Palmer gate receipts. place will be on the line tonight when the St. Louis Cardinals take their %-game lead into Chavez Ravine. Curt Simmons (7-3) has been tabbed to oppose Don Drysdale (9-9) of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the opening game of the West Coast series. , St. Louis 45 32 .584 Los Angeles . 44 32 .579 San Francisco 44 34 .564 Cincinnati ... 42 35 .545 .533 3 Chicago 40 35 .533 4 Milwaukee ...38 38 .500 6V2 Pittsburgh ...37 40 .481 8 Philadelphia -36 42 .461 9% Houston 30 49 .380 16 New York ... 29 48 .377 16 galesburg Register -Mail GALESBUflG, ILL., TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1963 PAGE 18 Major League Leaders UNSOLICITED HELP — Heavyweight Champion son's trainer, Dan Florio, ordered officers to Sonny Liston's manager, Jack Nilon (left), is throw him out. Nilen retaliated by inviting Pat* escorted from Floyd Patterson's training camp at the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas after Patter- terson and Florio to visit Liston's training camp at any time. UNIFAX Tliis year marked the introduction of the 6-mile ntn into big I to The Cardinals lost a full game the Dodgers Monday night itime track. Ned Sargent, a recent when the Houston Colts pushed a i visitor in Galesburg, placed sec- run across in the bottom of the ond in that event in the National 11th inning to score a 4-3 victory. The Dodgers defeated the Milwaukee Braves 2-1. AAU meet at St. Louis. Sargent is the grandson of Mrs. Edgar Sargent, 150 Maple Ave., in Galesburg. Ned was running for the Los Angeles Track Club in the AAU classic. The San Francisco Giants, who dropped a decision to the Cincinnati Reds, are Vk off the pace. The Colts scored the winning tally off Ron Taylor (4-3) on a sin- The Blatz Warriors of Galesburg gle by rookie Rusty Staub. Ernie will host one of the outstanding Fazio opened the rally with a hit ball clubs of the area Wednesday and moved to second on a sacri- night at H. T. Custer Park when fice. Fazio raced to third on Carthage men's Firestone team wild pitch and Staub laced a sin- comes to town. gle to left, driving in the winning The local team, formerly known run. as the Galesburg Warriors, was rescued from financial doom when I the score 3-3 in the top of the Monday's Results Cincinnati 4, San Francisco 3 Los Angeles 2, Milwaukee 1 Pittsburgh 2-1, Philadelphia 1-8 Houston 4, St. Louis 3 (11 innings) Only games scheduled Today 's Games ' St. Louis'at Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco (N) Cincinnati at Houston (N) New York at Chicago Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N) Wednesday's Games New York at Chicago Cincinnati at Houston (N) St. Louis at Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee at San Francisco Only games scheduled By United Press International NATIONAL LEAGUE Player &, Club G. AB R. H. Pet. T. Davis, LA 63 230 26 77 .335 Groat, StL 77 9 77 318 58 105 .330 46 103 .334 White, StL Santo, Chi 75 300 Covington, Phil 59 175 H. Aaron, Mil 75 293 74 289 39 98 .327 27 57 .326 59 93 ,317 35 91 .315 Cepeda, Giants 16; Banks, Cubs 15; Mays, Giants 14. American League — Allison, Twins 19; Wagner, Angels 19; Stuart, Red Sox; Killebrew, Twins; Battey, Twins, and Maris, Yanks all 17. i Runs Batted In dres Triumphs Just Half Game 9 f Boyer, StL Clemente, Pitt 68 256 38 80 .313 Pinson, Cin 77 309 46 96 .311 Gonzalez, Phil 76 271 37 84 .310 National League H. Aaron, A single by Bill White knotted Blatz Beer took over sponsorship of the club for the rest of the year. J- ninth. It was the second consecutive victory by the Colts over the Cardinals after Houston had dropped The Minnesota Twins will hold seven in a row to St. Louis. Hal their annual tryout camp at Woodeshick, who pitched the final - Blackstone Park in St. Charles, three ipnings, won his eighth , Mo. on July 9, 10 and 11. All boys against three losses, between the ages of 17 and 23 desiring a chance to make pro ball are invited to attend.* American Legion players should have written nermission from Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press PITCHING — — Johnny Podres, Dodgers, pitched five-hitter, strik- permission their coach or parents. Chief Midwest Scout Bill Mess- ing out 12, for 2-1 decision over man will be in charge and will Milwaukee that moved Los Anbe assisted by scouts Dick Stough- geles to within one-half game of ton, Walter Ferguson and Steve National League-leading St, Louis. Raab. Players should bring their BATTING—Phil Linz, Yankees, own shoes, glove and uniform and stroked double and three singles, report at 9:30 a.m. on tiie ap- leading 17-hit attack that subdued pointed days. Boston 7-5. Yogi Not On Squad NEW YORK (AP)-New York Yankee catcher-coach Yogi Berra failed to make the American League All Star team this year, breaking a string of 14 consecutive seasons in which the stubby receiver has appeared in at least one game. Berra, a three-time Most Valuable Player for the Yankees, first was named to the All-Star team in 1949, and has appeared in at least one All-Star attraction each year since. The 38-year-old catcher, who now doubles as a coach for the Yankees, is hitting only ,196 in 26 games for the defending world champions. He has been used principally as a pinch hitter. AMERICAN LEAGUE Wagner, LA 76 279 44 98 .351 Malzone, Bos 74 284 35 98 .345 Rollins, Minn 62 219 35 Ystrzmski, Bos 70 268^, 48 72 278" 48 89 .'320 72 87 .329 ,325 Kaline, 'Det Ward, Chi Robinson, Chi 75 276 Davalillo, Cle 52 214 Braves 59; White, Cards 56; Santo, Cubs 54; Robinson, Reds 51; Boyer, Cards 50. American League—Wagner, Angels 57; Allison, Twins 53; Kaline, Tigers 52; Malzone, Red Sox 52; Stuart, Red Sox 50. Pitching National League — Perranoski, Giants Dodgers 9-2; Maricha, 78 299 42 93 .311 12-3; Koufax, Dodgers 12-3; Ma- 42 84 .304 loney, Reds 12-3; McBean, Pi- 32 65 .304 rates 8-2. Pearson, LA Maris, NY 73 55 278 40 84 .302 Radatz, Home Runs National League —H. Aaron, Braves 22; McCovey, Giants 18; American League — 196 37 59 ,3011 Red Sox 7-1; Ford, Yanks 12-3; Bouton, Yanks 10-3; Walker, Indians 6-2; Barber, Orioles 12-5. READ THE WANT ADS! Mets and Reds Swap Players MIKE A X V it Eddie Mathews of the Milwaukee Braves had a 16-game hit ting streak in April, SWIMMERS SALE GALA 4th SPECIAL 4 w EL CAPITAN MASK 59c SWIM FIN and MASK SET $1,49 VOIT FINS $1,98 VOIT MASKS $3.95 to $9.95 SNORKELS 59c SWIM BOARDS $1.35 WAIKIKI PADDLE BOAT— $4.95 ICE CHESTS $1.49 °1 i KNOX COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS CHICAGO (UPD—Jesse Gonder the good-hit, no-field catcher who broke into the majors under Casey Stengel three years ago, may wind up playing for him again. When Stengel's New York Mets peddled infielder Charley Neil and catcher Sammy Taylor to Cincinnati in a waiver deal Monday, the Reds promised to ship ole Case a player to be determined at a later date. That date could be today or Wednesday, and the best guess is that the player will be Gonder, The Reds partially confirmed this Monday night when they asked waivers on Gonder, who has appeared in only 31 games with Cincinnati this season but is hitting a healthy .313. The Reds apparently can spare Gonder because the acquisition of Taylor gave them four catchers. And the Mets, who have an anemic team batting average of .209, certainly can use Gonder. The 27-year-old, lefty-hitting catcher cracked the majors with I960— the same year Stengel was canned as the manager of the Bronx Bombers, He appeared in only seven games that season but earned Casey's respect and admiration. Following the 1961 season, the Yankees traded Gonder to Cincinnati for " pitcher Marshall Bridges, The Reds-Mets transaction set off a chain reaction whereby Cincinnati sold second baseman Don Blasingame to the Washington Senators, who made room for him op their roster by selling pitcher Jim Coates to San Diego of the Pacific Coast League, Blasingame hit .281 in 141 games for the Reds last season but lost his job this year to rookie Pe|e Rose. He batted only 461 in 18 appearances with Cincinnati this season. Associated Press Sports Writer r Johnny Podres doesn't take many bows. It's dangerous. But there's no doubt the shrewd left-hander with the chronic back trouble was entitled to take just a little dip from the waist Monday night after his five-hit pitching carried Los Angeles to a 2 -1 victory over Milwaukee and to within one-half game of the National League lead. Plagued by back trouble since the start of his professional career, Podres has been both brilliant and baffling for the Dodgers since he joined the club in 1953. For the last three weeks, he had again been a problem, unable to win. Then, against the Braves, the 31-year-old hurler completed an Pastrano to Defend Against te Thornton Way MIAMI BEACH (UPD - Willie Pastrano's managers tentatively have made a $70,000 date tor their new light heavyweight champion — a title bout against hard-hitting Wayne Thornton of Fresno, Calif. Fresno sports promoter Harold E. Murell proposed the fight in a telegram Monday sent to Pastrano's home here. Pastrano's manager, Angelo Dundee, telegraphed back a conditional acceptance. Dundee asked for a $10,000 ••good faith binder" which would be forfeited if the contract were not signed within 15 days after both parties agreed to conditions of the match. other amazing flip-flop, turning in one of his strongest performances of the season. He struck out 12 and walked only two while recording his sixth complete game for a 5-6 record. The decisive run came home on Wally Moon's pinch-hit double in the ninth inning off Braves starter Bob Sadowski, who wound up with a four-hitter and is 0-2 since he came to Milwaukee in the trade that sent Lew Burdette to St. Louis. The Cardinals, meanwhile, lost to Houston 4-3 in li innings on Rusty Staub's key single. It was the Colts sixth victory in their last seven extra-inning games, all won by relief specialist Hal Wood­ eshick. In other games, fourth-place Cincinnati showed its home run punch in edging third-place San Francisco 4-3 and Pittsburgh and Philadelphia split. The Pirates won the opener 2-1 before the Phillies took the nightcap '8-1, New York's Mets and the Chicago Cubs were idle, The American League*Ieading New York Yankees knocked off Boston 7-5 and Kansas City defeated Baltimore 6-4 in the only games on the AL schedule. The Dodgers moved ahead 1-0 •gers ace on Frank Howard's 12th homer in the second inning but Gene Oliver, L who also came to the Braves in the Burdette trade, tied the score ^ with a homer off Podres in the fourth. It stayed that way until the ninth when Maury Wills singled, stole second and eventually came around on Moon's hit following an intentional walk to Jim Gilliam. Sadowski had retired 14 men in a row when Wills hit one up the middle., Woodeshik, now 8-3, allowed the Cardinals to tie the score in the ninth on a pinch single by Charlie James, a ground out and Bill White's single, but then checked the league-leaders until the Colts struck against Ron Taylor, 4-3. Ernie Fazio, like Staub a rookie, beat out an infiejd hit, moved to second on a sacrifice, took third on a wild pitch and trotted home on Staub's single. It was Houston's second straight victory over St. Louis after seven consecutive losses. COOLER TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 842-0811 READ THIS ClASSIFIEDSI Rain Date July 7 •4, T. CLASS A STOCK SUPER MODIFIEDS SPECIAL EVENTS Time Trials 1 P.M. First Race 2 P.M. REGULAR TICKETS CHILDREN 6 to 12 , -Aimmi SPORTim GOODS 39AMo<t$ N. PRAIRieST. GALESBURG, ILL. ALL PARKING FREE! Refreshments Available IOO FEET OFF V. 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