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Galesbur fin BR Play ttelesburg , $ Police Department tallied a 10-5 victory over MM* tnouth in fiabe'Ruth League, activity at Monmouth Monday night. Mike Sturgeon banged out a trio of safeties in four trips to pace the winners' attack. Sturgeon's hit total was equal to he total of safeties which Monmouth Was able to muster off the slants of winning pitcher Mike Drasites. Jesse Ponce provided some power for the "law enforcers" Witn a roundtripper with no one aboard. Babe Ruth action continues tonight with Hinchliff and Pearson and Davis Food Store battling in a 6 p.m. contest at H. T. Custer Park. ROVA and Anderson Insurance, tangle in Connie Mack League play at 8 p.m. on the H. T. Custer Park diamod. Polio* (AO) Giants Not Hitting Up To Form BOSTON (AP) - VrnifcM yearling .Dm Ronton or crafty Jim Banning of Detroit will be the likely Alt-Star game starting pitcher for the American League and "The Monster*'—Dick ftadate urates probable finisher. President Joe Cronin announced the complete American League squad Tuesday, including New York manager Ralph Mouk's seven mound selections for the July 9 classic at Cleveland. Only Bunning and Ken McBride of Los Angeles among the hurlers have seen previous All-Star action. Jim (Mudcat) Grant of Cleveland, Boston Red Sox rescuer Ra* datz plus southpaws Steve Barber of Baltimore and Juan Pizarro of it ab r h| Monmouth (5) •b r h Sturgeon Childers Stephana Ponce TJmmons Swanson ChaSe ' Billings Drastics Watson 3 3 1 1 0 0 2 2 4 2 3 4 0 2 4 0 2 4 2 0 4 2 2 4 0 1 4 0 0 Santo Romano Burgland 1 Van Dien 4 Dunlap 1 Reynolds 4 Brown 2 Ben J 2 L'mmorm'n 1 Tinder Bennett 1 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Florence Pearson Bolon 0 1 1 0 0 0 10 0 2 1 0 0 10 1 0 0 4 0 0 26 5 3 TolaU 36 10 13 1 Toialf Score by Innings: Police - 121 031 2—10 Monmouth 210 100 1— 5 WP—Drasites; LP—Pearson. Farm League Farm League activity in the Galesburg Little League continues Wednesday morning. The Athletics and Yankees will meet at 8, the Red Sox and Tigers at 9:20 and the Indians and White Sox at 10:40. Chicago chores. complete the pitching tfmik tiMt't said A word to m about his starting pitcher but it will definitely be i right-hander Cronin said after glancing at the rlght-handed-packed Notional League lineup. Only Cardinal first baseman Sill White and Giants catcher Ed Bailey hit from the left side. One AL spokesman felt Bouton would get the starting nod off his 10-3 record and 2.45 earned run average. Another leans toward Sunning who has only a 4-9 mark this season but is working on an eight-inning scoreless streak in All-Star play and has a 1.50 ERA for 12 frames. The eight All-Star players voted into starting berths by their fellow athletes will open the game Wilb the exception of injured New | SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-With York centerfielder Mickey Mantle. J Blatz seer Will Albie Pearson of Los Angeles is in his place. Otherwise it's Detroit's Al Ka* line and LA's Leon Wagner in the outfield with Minnesota's Earl Battey behind Jhe plate. The in* field the 1963 National League baseball season nearly one-halt over, the defending champion San Francisco Giants are struggling to stay in third place. They don't have a hitter over .300 and fielding has been regulars are Yankee Joe ratic. Only the home Pepitone at first* old pro Nellie Pox of the White Sox at second, the Twins' Zoilo Versalles at short er- and kept Illinois Boating Council Launches Safety Program The week of June 30-July 6 has been designated as "Natiorial Safe Boating Week," but the Illinois Boating Council is launching a statewide program this year to improve boating and water safety. The Outboard Boating Club of America reports that an estimated 330,000 outboard motors are used by Illinois owners. This puts the state behind New York, California and Michigan in that category. In 1962, there were 125 boating accidents in Illinois. In these accidents, 31 people were killed, 51 more were injured, and property damage amounted to $104,729. The Illinois Boating Council is composed of representatives from sportsmen's groups, outboard boating clubs, U. S. Coast Guard, Red Cross, Safety Council, power squadrons, Boy Scouts, and other agencies connected one way or another-with water safety. An estimated 27,000 people participated in boating instruction in Illinois last vear. Instruction from year. the two-hour outranged Board handling course to a 28-hour course in seamanship and celestial navigation. Courses in recreational boating are expected to supplement many more high school and university curriculums next year. run some stingy pitching has them. In contention VA games behind leading St. Louis. "We aren't hitting," Manager Alvin Dark reiterated after his club left 13 runners stranded and lost to Cincinnati 4-3 Monday. "We haven't been hitting all year. I 'm still waiting/' Willie Mays, in an awful slump, made the final out in three innings with mates in scoring position and his batting average dropped to .257. As a club, the Giants are hitting just .243, but fortunately their pitchers have held opponents to an average of .237. Mariehal leads the hurlers with eight straight victories. Willie McCovey has blasted 18 by Richardson, New York; SS homers, Cepeda, 16, Mays 14, Luis Aparicio and 3b Brooks Rob- Felipe Alou and Ed Bailey 13 inson, Baltimore. ' each, with a team total of 89. and Boston's Frank Malzone at third. Houk followed the second choices of the players except at first base where he picked Norm Siebern of Kansas City instead of Boston's Dick Stuart. He also added a third catcher, Don Leppert of Washington, and outfielders Harmon Killebrew of Minne* sota and Tom Tresh of the Yankees. Player-voted aJternates whom Houk picked included outfielders Bob Allison of the Twins and Carl Yastrzemski of the Red Sox plus catcher Elston Howard of the, Yankees. The infielders: 2b Bob-, Bringing a perfect record of ! nine wins and no losses to town, the Carthage men's Firestone team wtfl battle Blatz Beer Wednesday night at H. T. Custer Park with game time set at 7:45. This will be a benefit contest for player Terry Moore who suffered a broken nose against the Birmingham Barons when the team was operating without insurance. The Blatz team, formerly the Galesburg Warriors, will be after its seventh straight victory tomorrow night. The locals* only loss came against Rock Island in a 6-5 opening night contest. The Carthage lineup posts a combination of ex-pro ball players and college performers. Third baseman Bill (Red) Rodgers, who played minor league ball for Keokuk in the 3-1, is a regular for the Firestone nine. He played for the Ellis Jewelers of Galesburg a few years ago. Sunday night when they are host to the Rock Island Nationals at H. T. Custer. Cubs and Sox Return To Action CHICAGO (AP) look at each LL Athletics Score Another Upset Victory, Drop Yanks Major League Box Scores NIGHT GAME MILWAUKEE LOS ANGELES BOSTON ab r h bi NEW YORK ab r h bi •b r h bi McMill'n 4 0 0 0 Boiling H.Aaron Torre G,Oliver r. Aaron Menke Jones 4 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 3 12 1 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Sadowski 3 0 0 0 Wills Gilliam W.Davis aMoon T.Davis Fairly Howard ab r h bl 4 110 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 11 3 0 10 3 0 0 0 Schilling Geiger 4 110 Kubek 3 3 2 2 Linz Y'trze'ski 4 0 1 0 Tresh Mai zone R, Willi's 3 0 11 Bressoud 4 0 0 0 4 12 21 Maris Pepitonc Howard Clinton Nixon Wood McMulien 2 0 0 0 f_ u "" he Camilli 3 0 0 0 Podres 3 0 0 0 ^ias bStuart Total. 32 15 11 TolaU "24 2 a—Doubled for W. Davis in 9th, Score by Innings: Milwaukee -i 000 100. 000-1 Los Angeles ---------- 010 , 000 E—None. PO-A—Milwaukee 25-13, One *ut when winning run scored, Los Angeles 27-8. DP—Boiling, McMillan and G. Oliver. LOB—Milwaukee 6, Los Angeles 3. . 2B—G. Oliver, Moon. HR—Howard, G. Oliver. SB—Wills, ip h t «r bbao Sadowski L, 0-2 .8% 4 2 2 2 4 Podres W, 5-6 0 5 1 1 2 12 U—Barlick, Vargo, Harvey, Vyer. T— 1:58. A—21,603. 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Lopez Boyer Bouton B.Willi's 5 2 3 1 5 2 4 0 4 0 13 5 0 2 0 5 0 2 1 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 2 3 1 2 0 0 0 2 111 Pat Richter ^ Signs With Redskins WASHINGTON Richter savs all (AP) that Pat around long standing baseball The upset-m i n d e d Athletics aren't playing any favorites as they continue to bump off the leading contenders in their league. Two weeks ago, the Athletics handed the Tigers their first defeat of the season, and last night, unded the second-place Little Pro Background Other Carthage players with professional background are first baseman Dave Swisegood, who played in the Brave organization; second baseman Jack Jones, of the Cardinal Farm system, and pitcher Augie Smith, who played pro ball in Louisiana. Colleges represented on the Firestone team are Carthage College, Iowa State University, Western Illinois and Iowa Wesleyan. Either Hod Johnson or Dick Fillman will go to the hill for Blatz tomorrow night. Fillman — After taking a IOOK at each other in their highly successful annua! summer exhibition meeting, the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs return to their respective leagues with hopes of remaining in contention. The Cubs, for the 10th time in 14 games, defeated the Sox 4-2 before a record crowd of 37.526. Proceeds of the • t Set to Face Lincoln Galesburg's entry In th# CKJ returns to the baseball war* tonight against Lincoln on ThoftlA* H. Blodgett Field at 6 p .m. The local team is currently tin* der the guidance of Bill the guidance of athletic director Wall, at MacMurray College and the coordinator of thi Central Illinois Collegiate League, jack Baer, who is the coach of the Galesburg club, had to rfr turn to the University of Oklahoma for a short time. Galesburg, now 2-7 for the cam- will send Dick Brown to paign, the mound tonight, credited with one of Brown, the was boys' baseball game in the promote Chicago two Galesburg victories this season* * , —:— 1 1 Bush Named Rock Falls Soph Coach Del Bush, coach at Galesburg High School for the past three capped a I years, has accepted the position three-run rally for the | of sophomore basketball coach at Rock Falls Senior High School. Bush, who directed the sopho- mofe basketball at Galesburg and was in charge of the ends in foot- the A's in Yankees, 7-2, in Little League action at 0. N. Custer Park. Randy Poison picked up the victory for the Athletics with the loss going to Bernie Stephan. Louie Nichols and Floyd Lewis has been im p re ssrve both on the rapped out a pair of hits apiece mound and at bat so far this sea . to lead the Cardinal offensive. Rck Fox, Rick Welty, and Denny Jacobs all had two hits for the Giants. Welty belted the only home run The Cardinals squeaked out a | of the contest Mike son. Johnson, regular first baseman, has not started on the hill this season. Blatz will be out for revenge area. Dave Nicholson's two-run home- run in the third accounted for the Sox runs. Billy Williams* two-run homerun in the fifth winning Cubs. The Sox departed for New York where they engage the- Yankees in a four-game set, needing all four victories in order to take over the American League lead. The Yanks lead the Sox by 2 Vz games. The Sox will send Ray Herbert winter. (8-4) against Al Downing (2-1). The Cubs will be home for a ball, was dropped from the GHS coaching ranks as a result of athletic cutbacks necessitated by the defeat of a tax referendum last Coaches were retained four-game series with the • New York Mets. The Cubs are fifth in the National League, four games behind league-leading St, Louis. The Cubs will send Bob Buhl (6-5) against Al Jackson (6-7). READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! according to seniority. During his tenure as end coach at GHS two Streak flankers have gained all-state recognition. His basketball teams in the past two year? have won 29 and lost 12 with last season's sophomore team posting a 15-5 record. Bush reports that he is accepting the post at Rock Falls at a considerable raise in salary. ToUU 34 5 8 5| Totals 39 7 17 7 a—Grounded out for Lamabe in 7th; b—Grounded out for Earley in 9th. Score by Innings: Boston 301 010 000—5 New York, 230 020 OOx—7 E—None. PO-A—Boston 24-9, New York 27-14. DP—Schilling, Bressoud and Williams; Boyer and Pepitone. LOB—Boston 4. New York 11. 2B — Schilling, Geiger, Malzone, Linz, Pepitone, Clinton. 3B—S. Williams. HR — Boyer, Geiger. SF — Tresh. ST. LOUIS »b r h bl Javier White Groat Musial Carmel Boyer Alt man Flood 6 110 6 0 2 3 5 110 4 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 0 10 3 0 10 4 0 10 McCarver 5 0 0 0 Sadecki 3 0 10 Shantz c James dGibson Bauta eSch'd'st 10 0 0 Taylor 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 43 3 9 3 HOUSTON •b r h bl 5 12 0 ip h r «r bbso Wood . 1V 3 5 4 4 0 1 Lamabe L, 4-1 4% 10 3311, ir i_ Earley _2 20002 you play for an hour and its over says during games bores him. This was one reason the Wisconsin All-America end gave for signing to play professional football instead of baseball. Richter, No. 1 Washington draft choice, signed a contract with the National Football League ; Redskins last month after the Wisconsin baseball schedule was concluded. He signed lot what is said to be the highest salary a Redskin rookie ever received, an esimated $21,000, "I got tired of baseball in those last games before the season ended," he said at a news conference Monday. "Some of those games lasted three or four hours. When you go out to play football, 4-3 verdict over the Giants in the other contest of the evening. The Athletics jumped off to a 7-0 advantage after three innings of play. Gary Nelson paced the winners' attack with a pair of hits, while Dave Barnfield slugged a home run for the losers. Braves Sign Larrv Peddy MILWAUKEE (AP)—The Mil- I stomberg 2 o i Duffy Duffy -was the winning pitcher, while Fox was charged with the loss. Tonight, the Red Sox and the White Sox meet at 5:45, with the Dodgers and Braves battling at 7:30. Card* (4) Walters Algren Nichols Lewis Sullivan Mims Peck ab r h 4 1 1 2 0 1 3 1 2 3 1 2 Nocella Derry MiUigan Fox 3 0 01 Welty 3 0 11 Taylor 0 0|Jacobs Carlson waukee Braves announced Monday the signing of catcher Larry Peddy of De Kalb, 111., to a 1964 contract with their Greenville farm club in the Class A Western Carolinas League. The 21-year-old Peddy, a 185- pound, six-footer, batted .360 for Northern Illinois University last spring. 3 0 0 H'pfnst'hl 1 1 0 Barrett 0 0 .0 Hegge 10 0 Maciel Undsey Patton &dnms Giants (3) ab i h 4 0 0 1 3 4 4 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 3 9 Totals 28 4 8| Totals Score by Innings: Cards 000 040 Giants 002 010 WP—Duffy; LP—Fox 4 3 _ outon 4Mi 7 5 5 S. Williams W, 3-3 4% 10 0 4 0 2 2 4 110 4 0 0 0 5 0 2 2 5 0 0 0 3 0 10 Cincinnati ab r h bi Rose 5 0 2 1 Harper 4 12 1 Pinson 5 0 10 Ran for Campbell in 8th; b— Singled for Bruce in 8th* c—Singled for Shantz in 9th; d—Ran for James in Oth; e—Grounded out for Bauta in loth. Score by innings: St. Louis 000 110 001 00—3 Houston -,100 000 202 01—4 K—Staub. PO-A—St. Louis 32-11, Two out when winning run scored, Houston 33-14,- LOB—St. Louis 11, Houston 14, 2B—Temple, Boyer. 3B—Sadecki, White, SB—Temple. S—Temple, h r er bbao 5 116 4 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1111 7 2 13 4 2 112 1 Fazio Temple , Spangler Warwick Staub, Goss Campbell aHartman 0 10 0 Woodesh'k 10 0 0 Bruce S # 0 0 0 I ^vlotteh 4 0 ^ bBateman 2 1 1 0 I Walter^ 3 12 1 Cardenas 4 0 0 0 Spencer 2 110 Edwards 4 12 0 Maloney 2 0 11 aKasko 10 0 0 Owens 0 0 0 0 Henry 10 0 0 2 2 0 3 HBP — By Wood, Howard. U — Umont, Kinnamon, Stevens, Napp. T—2:29. A—15,281. San Francisco ab r h bl Tolali 41 4 10 4 Kuenn Hiller Mays McCovey Bailey bBowman F.Alou M.Alou Pagan oHaller O'Deli rtCcpeda Fisher •none of this extra inning business." Richter, who won nine letters in three sports during his college career, turned down several base- 2:05, the best time of the day ball offers to sign with the Red- Monday, at Sportsman's Park, skins. Driven by trainer Adolph Dor "I think you have more time man, Lois Song raced in sixth Lois Song Wins Feature Race CHICAGO (Urt) - Lois Song broke loose in the final 50 yards to win the featured mile pace in Yanki (2) Nix Saul Chezem Doyle Horn Sundberg Panther Step nans Barnfield r rar Kawkins'r, Lischwe Swanson ab Athletics (7) ab r h ab r h 1 0 0 Hanson 2 1 1 1 0 0 Voyles 3 1 1 0 0 0 Brown 3 0 1 4 0 Oi Ross 3 0 1 2 0 1 Nelson 3 1 2 3 0 0 Moe 3 1 1 0 11 1 Callahan 2 1 0 3 0 0 1 White 1 1 0 2 1 1 PouJson 3 1 0 3 1 11 Swanson 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Totalt 36 4 114 3 0 2 1 5 0 10 4 0 0 0 5 110 1000 to get started on your off-season 5000 career football," 3100 Richter. He has another semester then was temporarily shut off in 3020 of colle 6e to complete before re- the stretch drive. ceiving a degree as a landscape architect. 25 7 7 position. on the outside of the explained I horses to the half-mile mark and 1000 0000 Lois Totals 37 3 10 3 Song, a 9 to 5 favorite, paid $5.60, $3.20 and $2.80. ip Sadecki fi% Shantz 1% Bauta 1 Taylor L, 4-3 1% Bruce 8 W'deshick W, 8-3 3 a—Flied out for Maloney in 7th; b—Ran lor Bailey in 7th; c—Walk­ ed for Pagan in 7th; d—Flied out for O'Deli in 7th; e—Filed out for Walters in 8th. Score by Innings: Cincinnati 021 001 000—4 San Francisco Oil 000 100—3 E—Bailey, Pavletich. PO-A—Cincinnati 27-9, San Francisco 27-12. LOB—Cincinnati 8, San Francisco 13. 2B — F. Alou, O'Deli, McCovey, Bailey. HR-^Harper, Bailey, Walters. S—F. Alou. Galesburg Legion on Road For This Week's Schedule Totals 25 2 41 Totali Score by Innings: Yanks „ 000 200 Athletics 142 OOx WP—Poulson; LP—Stephan. •2 7 WHEN THE OIL ON THE STICK SHOWS A —- Sadecki. U — Conlan, Burkhart, Pelekoudas, Walsh. T—3:15. A—8,485, ip Maloney W, 12-3 -6 Owens % Sadecki, Bruce, Taylor. Balk | Henry „2 J / 3 O'Deli L, 10-4 7 Fisher 2 h i«r bbio 7 2 13 6 2 110 0 10 0 10 11 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! HPB—By Maloney, Kuenn. WP- Maloney. U—-Venzon, Steiner, Don atelli, Crawf orr' T—2:34. A- 589 . 11,STOCK BIG FOURTH OF JULY PROGRAM Thursday Night, July 4th The tempo of the American Legion baseball schedule is not Jetting up with Manager Sam Andree reporting four games on tap in the next three days. Last night the Galesburg team was leading Canton 3 -1 at the end of three innings when the r^ins came. This caused an incomplete game and wiped it out entirely. 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