Dick Brown Hurls 2-Hittcr InS'l Galesburg Victory Pitcher Dick Bfowft was masterful and Oalesburg made the most of six hit's as the local college team handed Lincoln a 54 thumping at Thomas H. Blodgett rieid, Tuesday night. Galesburg returns to action tonight at Peoria and entertains Peoria for a holiday doobiehead- LL Dodgers Rap Braves, White Sox Trip Red Sox John Stromson and Greg Taylor slugged out (our hits apiece to lead the Dodgers to a 22-8 conquest of the Braves in Little League action at 0. N. Custer Park Tuesday night. The White Sox dumped the Red Sox, 10-6, in other activity* last night. Stromson, the winning pitcher, and Taylor sparked an 18-hit Dodger offensive. Fred Cowan was the losing pitcher for the Braves. Larry Carr had two hits to pace the White Sox in their victory. Rod Galloway was the winning pitcher with Denny Lytle being charged with the defeat. Tonight, the Indians and Ath- Clinton Still On Top In Midwest . By United Press International . The second half of the Midwest League split season began Tuesday night, but starting over from scratch didn't knock first-half champion Clinton from the top of the standings. The onlv difference was that the C-Sox had to share first place with four other clubs. All 10 teams in the Class A circuit erased their records for the first half of the season and started over. When the second half of the campaign ends Sept. 2, the first-place club will play Clinton for the pennant. Clinton rolled merrily along with a 3-1 win' over Decatur. But Dubuque, Waterloo, Fox Cities and Cedar Rapids also won their "openers" to share the lead. Dubuque dumped Burlington, 10-1, Waterloo beat Wisconsin Rapids, •9-7, Fox Cities downed Quad Cities, 6-3, and Cedar Rapids defeated Quincy, 7-4. The same teams play again tonight. Ring Magazine Still Recognizes Carlos Ortiz NEW YORK (UPI) - Puerto Rican Carlos Ortiz of New York was still recognized today as world lightweight champion by The Ring magazine although the World Boxing Association (WBA) stripped him of his title on June 11. v The magazine's refusal to vacate Ortiz' 135-pound championship kept pace with the New York State Athletic Commission's refusal to withdraw recognition. Ortiz was stripped of the title by the WBA because of his alleged reluctance to defend against the WBA's top contender, Kenny Lane of Muskegon, Mich. In today's ratings, the Ring does not recognize southpaw Lane as a lightweight. It rates him as the top contender among junior welterweights (140- pounders). And editor Nat Fleischer said: "Lane hasn't fought as a lightweight in more than three years." letics go in the first encounter, with the Pirates and Cardinals slated to do battle in the second game. Red %ori (I) Whit* 10) ab r h KlrkendallO 0 0 Aldus Johnson Steck Gibbs Lytle Hayes U.Geogre England Tohnson Klapp Shawgo 1 1 0 4 1 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 0 1 1 1 ikih Leahy 2 2 1 L.Carr 4 3 2 Galloway 2 0 1 Ehrenhardt 2 11 Fuson 1 0 0 Quigley 2 0 0 Reuter 10 0 Hinkson 1 1 1 Tapper 3 11 Flar 12 0 Totals IS 10 4 Totals 18 6 3 Score by innings: Red Sox 020 40— 6 White Sox 234 lx—10 Winning pitcher, Galloway; losing pitcher, Lytle. Dodgers (22) Braves (!) ibih ab r h Main 1 1 0 Cowan 2 1 1 Nelson 4 4 2 Gottehborg 1 0 0 Stromson 5 4 4 Lewis 3 0 1 Taylor 5 3 4 Shelton 3 1 1 Gorham 2 1 2 Hoerner 3 2 1 Mangierl 2 0 0 Hendricks 2 1 0 Johnson 2 1 0 Malmrose 3 1 1 Hardlne 3 2 1 Watson 1 1 0 Blixt 5 2 2 Mummy 1 1 ,1 Kennedy 2 2 1 Meyer 1 0 0 Winter 2 0 1 Sturgeon 2 0 0 Ryner 3 2 1 Glasman 1 0 0 Bick 0 0 0 Jones 2 0 0 Ga.Walters 1 0 0 • - Gr.Walters 0 0 0 i_ , . Totals 36 12 18 Totals 26 8 6 Score by innings: Dodgers 461 641—22 Braves -032 201— 8 Winning pitcher, Stromson: losing pitcher, Cowan. Billie Jean Will Try for 3rd Upset WIMBLEDON, England (AP)Billie Jean Moffitt, with two prized scalps dangling from her belt, braced today for a third giant-killing effort that would take her into the Wimbledon final for the first time. The 19-year-old tomboy from Long Beach, Calif., meets British Wightman Cup star Mrs. Ann Hay don Jones in the semifinals Thursday. "And I guess this is the most important match of my life," Brllie Jean said. "Ann and I are all square. I beat her in the Wightman Cup in Chicago in 1961. She knocked me out of Wimbledon last year. I guess it's my turn to win again." To reach the semifinals, Billie Jean had to knock out two favorites for the Wimbledon crown — Lesley Turner of Australia, seeded No. 2, and former champion' Maria Bueno of Brazil, seeded No. 7. The American girl was unseeded. Last year she upset top-seeded Margaret Smith of Australia in the first round. Tuesday she cruised to a 6-2, 7-5 quarter-finals win over Maria Bueno. The Brailian girl won in 1959 and 1960. In the other semifinal Darlene Hard, also of Long Beach, faces top favorite Margaret Smith. Miss Hard won by default when Jan Lehane of Australia twisted her ankle badly after one set of their quarter-final match. Margaret Smith ousted Renee Schuurman of South Africa 3-6, 6-0, 6-1, and Mrs. Jones defeated Mrs. Donna Floyd Fales of New York 6-4, 6-1. . JOE'S SUPER LIQUORS 2300 GRAND 343-9569 BARCLAY'S GIN «.«2.99 BARCLAY'S BOURBON «H $ 2.99 ZARNOV VODKA » $ 2.79 BUSCH BAVARIAN 6 PIc Cam —99c 6 Pk No Rat, 19c MEISTIR BRAU « Gal, 77* MICHEIOB 6 Bo«ies *2*34 DREWRY'S *2.99 C$ 24 - 12 ©I. STEAKS • FISH SHRIMP * FIIETS BUSCH * STAG FAISTAFF MILWAUKEE BLUE RIBBON *3.19 C* 24 - 12 of. DREWRY'S *2.99 C$ 24 - 12 ©I. 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Jeff Sandburg, leading off the inning,,singled to right and raced to third when the ball eluded the Lincoln rightfielder. Justin De Deux reached first on an error, and Sandburg held third while Larry Johnson picked up an infield hit. Dewey Kalmer hit a sacrifice fly to score Sandburg and DeDeiix came home later when Lincoln's receiver threw awry on an attempted pickoff play on DeDeux at third base. Galesburg tallied three markers in the fifth when DeDeux walked with the bases loaded and Johnson followed with a two-run single. Johnson had a pair of. hits to spark-the winners' cause, while Hentzelman picked up the only safeties of the contest for Lincoln. Ron Sieck started for Lincoln but was relieved by Benton Moore in the fifth. Sieck was charged with the loss. Brown, the winner, now has a 2-1 mark for the campaign. Lincoln (1) Galesburg Reaistef»MQiL S&\e§burQ^JJj§. Wednesday,.. July 3, Pickrel and Scott Shine • As Legion Wallops Galva Galesburg's American Legion crew banged out 16 hits to back up the one-hit pitching performance of Bob Scott in a 13-0 triumph over Galva Tuesday night. Larry Pickrel gathered almost one-third of the locals' hits with five hits in five times at bat. Don Sundquist, Danny Stewart, and Jeff Stone each Y*.SK3L a pair of safeties for the winners. Scott allowed only one hit — a Outdoor Boating Council Lists Safety Precautions ground single between first and second by Steve Gerard — Ih his sterling performance. He walked one and struck out six. Galesburg's hit total was itf best of the campaign. The locals play in Clinton to* night at C-Sox Stadium. Galeihutg (13) Galva (0) ab r h Prina 4 0 0 Sundquist 5 2 2 Pickrel 5 2 5 Swanson Darrah SLICK SECOND SACKER—Dennis Doyle, regular second baseman on the Galesburg entry in the CIC, is pictured above. He has been hitting well over the .3f0 mark throughout the season. Orioles Provide Own Discipline With Penalties ab r h Dodd 3 0 0 Mitchell 3 0 0 Zuccaro 2 0 0 Heintzel'n 2 12 Giles 10 0 Duff 2 0 0 Chemicle'i 2 0 0 Lemery 2 0 0 Pace 2 0 0 Sieck 2 0 0 Moore 0 0 0 Galesburg (5) ab r h Bruington Doyle Bigley Jones Warren Sandburg Simon DeDeux . Johnson Kalmer Brown 3 0 1 4 1 1 3 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 25 5 6 Totals 21 1 2| Totals Score by innings: Lincoln 010 000 0—1 Galesburg ..._O20 030 x—5 RBI—Duff, Johnson 2, DeDeux, Kalmer. K—Chemielewski 2, Dodd, Duff, Pace, Johnson, Brown. PO-A —Lincoln 18-9, Galesburg 21-5. LOB —Lincoln 2, Galesburg 6. 2B— Bruington. SB—Bigley. SF—Duff, Kalmer. lp h r er bbso Sieck (L) 4% 6 5 3 3 3 Moore ^ l>/ 3 0 0 0, 0 1 Brown (W) ___7 2 10 19 WP—Sieck. Time—2:00. A—175. League in Bishop Hill Gets Started The Knothole League in Bishop Hill got underway, June 7. Managers for the league are William Tarleton and Gerald Nelson. The schedule for the rest of the season appears below. July 5—Bishop Hill vs. Altona at Bishop Hill, 7:30; Oneida vs. Victoria at Oneida. 7:30; Rio vs. Wataga at Rio, 7:30; Williamsfield bye. July 9—Altona vs. Rio at Altona, 7:30; victoria vs. Bishop Hill at Victoria, 6:30; Williamsfield vs. Oneida at Williamsfield, 6:30; Wataga bye. July 12—Rio vs. Williamsfield at Rio, 7:30; Bishop Hill vs. Wataga at Bishop Hill. 7:30; Oneida vs. Altona at Oneida, 7:30; Victoria bye. July 16—Williamsfield vs. Wataga at Williamsfield, 6:'30; Altona vs. Victoria at Altona, 7:30; Rio vs, Bishop Hill at Rio, 7:30; Oneida bye. July 19—Victoria vs. Williamsfield at Victoria, 6:30; Wataga vs. Altona at Wataga, 6:30; Bishop Hill vs. Oneida at Bishor» Hill, 7:30; Rio bye. July 23—Altona vs. Williamsfield at Altona, 7:30; Wataga vs. Victoria at Wataga, 6:30; Oneida vs. Rio at Oneida, 7:30; Bishop Hill bye. Del Crandall of the Milwaukee Braves batted .297 last season for'his best year since he came up to the major leagues in 1949. BALTIMORE (AP)—The Baltimore Orioles, apparently tired of their own mistakes, have decided ! to clamp down on violators with self-imposed fines. A check list of 25 violations- six of them for pitchers alone'and 19 for everyone on the squad- went into effect Tuesday. The fines range from $1 to $3. "We don't know if it will improve our play or not," said Mike McCormick, the team's player representative and one of four players who drew up the regulations. "But it will make all of us more conscious of our jobs. It's possible some of us haven't been thinking baseball as much as we should." Almost as soon as the plan became operative, Manager Billy Hitchcock was charged with the first offense when he walked into the clubhouse at 5.12 p.m. That's 12 minutes late, according to rule 19 which says everyone should report three hours before a home game. Once Tuesday's game got under way, Dick Brown drew a fine of $1 for failing to score a runner from third base in the second inning with less than two out. The $5 fines include such miscues as missing a sign, using profane language before the fans, and mental errors. The last violation adds the notation: "manager and coaches included." The Orioles, who have dropped 24 of their last 36 games, can be thankful the -fines were not made retroactive. "If we had started this Monday night," Al Smith said, "we'd have $20 in the pot already." Tentative plans call for donating the money to charity at the end of the season. "Boating is the safest of outdoor sports if you'll use common sense and courtesy," says the Outboard Boating Club of America. The boating organization suggests eight rules of boating which will lead to safety. First, the operator should know his boat and its limitations. He should know what to expect in performance from his boat. Secondly, the weight in the boat should be distributed evenly, from side to side and stern to stern. Thirdly, all boaters should watch the weather. They should head for the shore if a storm breaks. However, if the boat is caught in a storm, all passengers should be seated on the floor of the boat. The fourth rule which the Out board Boating Club suggests is for the occupants to "keep low" and step in the center of the boat whenever boarding the boat or changing seats. Fifth, boaters should head into high waves at a slow speed. Sixthly, boaters should employ the right motors in their craft. Too much power can damage a boat. In fact, it might even swamp it. Boaters shoulcl observe the OBC recommended horsepower plate. A seventh rule is not to overload the boat. Many times the number of seats in the boat rs not a valid indication of its capacity. Finally, boaters should avoid sharp turns. They are rough on equipment and more often, possibly, they are rough on people. This week has been designated as "National Safe Boating Week" by proclamation of the President of the United States. The Illinois Boating Council lias launched a statewide progra-m to promote boating safety. ik > H Gerard 3 0 1 Scott 3 0 0 Powers 2 0 0 3 1 0 Hall 1 0 0 1 0 0 Miller .3 0 0 Stewart 4 1 2 Stuckev 3 0 0 Davis 3 1 1 Chilausky 2 0 0 Schacht 2 2 1 Larson 2 0 0 Smith 3 3 II Coon 2 0 0 Rogers 1 0 II Schmidt 1 0 0 Stone 3 0 2|Hay 2 0 0 Scott 3 1 li Totals 37 13 16! Totals 23*0 "l Farm Teams Off One Day Farm leaguers get Independence Day off, but they will return to action Friday morning. The Giants and Dodgers are scheduled to meet at 8, the Pirates and Cubs at 9:20, and the Cardinals and Braves at 10:40. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Super-Modified and Class A Stock Cars Race July 4th Super modifieds and Class A stock cars will go into action 4th of July afternoon at the Knoxville Fairgrounds in the third of four racing programs sponsored this summer by the Galesburg Jaycees. Running under the banner of the Midstate Owners Drivers and Race Club, there will be four races in each division. Local drivers will be going for honors in both the super modifieds and Class A Stocks. Jerry Blundy and Fibber McGee will give Galesburg top-flight representation in the super modi fied races. Both are rated high among dirt track drivers in the country. Blundy won the feature in the first Jaycee sponsored races of the season held May 5 while McGee took the main event Memorial Day. After racing super modifieds here in the afternoon Blundy will go on to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to race IMCA sprint cars in the evening. McGee will go to Lincoln for super modified races that night. Time trials start at 1 p.m. and races at 2 Thursday. • Rollins Crew Leads in Regatta HENLEY, England (AP)—The Rollins College crew from Florida won its first-round race today in the Henley Regatta on River Thames. The American schoolboys, the first U.S. crew in action, came in four lengths ahead of the Barclay Bank Rowing Club of Britain in the Thames Challenge Cup event, They were clocked in 7:26.0 over the one-mile, 550 yard course. More than 1,000 oarsmen from 11 nations gathered here for the four-day annual event. They come from Amsterdam and Auckland, Finland and Florida, to race over the one-mile, 550- yard course. The United States was repre sented by four full crews: two from Cornell and one each from the Tabor Academy of Massachu setts ^nd Rollins College; Cornell is out for a double victory, with both heavyweight and lightweight eights entered. The heavies are not racing until Thursday when they meet the German Nassovia Hochst Club in the final round of the Grand Challenge Cup. Clay Is Top Fighter Of Month NEW YORK (AP)-Undefeated Cassius Clay, who stopped England's Henry Cooper in the fifth round as he had predicted, was named "Fighter of the Month" Wednesday by Ring Magazine. Despite his loss, Cooper, the British and Empire heavyweight champion, was boosted in the heavyweight ratings from eighth to seventh. Clay remained the No. 2 contender behind former heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson. Houk Answers Dick Stuart NEW YORK (UPI) - Ralph Houk, never one to dodge a fight, fired right back at Dick Stuart today in the first rhubarb of the 1963 All-Star Game. HIGH • value at low cost• our Family Life HI flM Insurance Plan, Contact me today) DEAN HILL 174 S- Academy Pbone 343 1338 V 921033 •TATE FAHMT lift Insurance Compjny M BM Wtte#» He *ninftM, Wmb Stuart, putting in his first season in the American League with the Boston Red Sox and leading the circuit's first basemen in homers and runs batted in, finished second to Joe Pepitone of the Yankees in the balloting by the players but was passed over by Houk. "It's tough to have a third- string catcher like Ralph Houk keep you off the All-Star team," Stuart said, according to the Boston Record American. "What would he know about how important it is to be on an All-Star team? He never made one in his life. All he ever did was sit in the dugout." The Yankee manager, who will handle the American League All- Star team in Cleveland on July 9, was calm when he learned of Stuart's remarks but suddenly snapped: "In the last game of the recent Red Sox series here — it was an important game — and his own manager (Johnny Pesky) used a fellow by the name of (Dick> Williams at first base." Houk was upset over Stuart's criticism but tried his best to conceal his feelings. "I don't blame him for being mad," the Yankee manager said at first. "I'm sorry he feels that way about it, but a manager can't always stick to the second choice in the balloting. "I left off some other pretty good players like Whitey Ford, Bill Monbouquette and Roger Maris, and 1 think Stuart is a good player." Then, after remaining silent a few seconds, Houk got in his dig about Stuart playing second fiddle to Williams during the Yan kees' recent series with the Red Sox. Houk followed the balloting of the players in every case except first base where he chose Norm Siebern of Kansas City instad of Stuart. "I didn't do it arbitrarily," Houk explained. "The rules say at least one player must be picked from each club. No Kansas City player was chosen so I picked Siebern. We needed another left-handed hitter anyway." ROVA Dumps Anderson InCMPla Hinchliff & Pear-son and ROVA tallied victories in activity at H. T. Custer Park Tuesday night. Hinchliff & Pearson socked Davis Food Store, 10-2, in Babe Ruth play, whrle 3FIOVA- scored a 12-7 triumph over- Cliff Anderson in the Connie Made League. Terry Worman picked up the triumph for Hincrlnliff & Pearson with Louie LaViolette getting pair of safeties to pace the win ners. ROVA tallied nine of its runs in the fourth inning in its victory Jim Swanson was the winning pitcher, while Terry Kniss was charged with the loss. Tonight, the Knights of Colum bus meet Coca Cola on the Galesburg High School diamond, and Davis Food Store battles Calderone at H. T. Custer Park. Both Babe Ruth contests are slated for 6 p.m. Hinchlifx-Pearson CIO) Davis Food 2) List Schedule For JC Program The weekly, schedule for the Jaycee Summer Playground program is listed below. The program is under the direction of Bob Frank, Galesburg High School coach. 9:30-11:30 Monday—Bateman. Tuesday—Nellie Swanson. Wednesday—Cooke. Thursday—Silas WiUard. Friday—Farnham, 1:30-3:30 Monday—Lombard. Tuesday—Farnham. Wednesday—L. T. Stone. Thursday—Nellie Swanson. Friday—Cooke. Open Area For Recreation The Skylark Country Retreat, owned and operated by the Lawrence Galyeans, opened its third season last weekend. A converted farm area, the recreation area is located six' miles east of Knoxville, south of Highway 150. The area includes a swimming pond, a fishing pond, picnic tables, and modern rest-rooms and showers. La.LaVi'e Calhoun Lo.LaVi'c Worman Moore B.LaVlo'e McLaren Bain Hilman Humes Tolle ab r 1 3 1 O O O 2 2 O 1 1 O O I Kimble X I Brodie 2 Nyman O I Swanson O I Robinson 0 I Knebcne 1 | Webber O I John O I Plank 0 L-evene 1 J Woods | Hopping — venson ab t h 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 f 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 23 10 5 | Totals 20 2 3 Score by innings Hinchliff-Fearson 131 023—10 Davis Food - 000 110— 2 Winning pitcher, Worman; losing pitcher, Flanlc. ClUf Anderson (7) ib t h Cheesman Jk?' razier A-nderson in tele chumann >alton )anielson Loberson niss ROVA (12) Klusman Hannam Nelson Edwards McMaster Morris Swanson Young Peterson ab r 3 2 2 4 3 4 3 4 3 3 ix 3 6 2 O 2 1 0 I 1 ! O ! I Ross I <Z" oleman I Sholl Totals 29 12 9 ; Score by .n.iings ROVA Cliff Anderson Winning pitcher-, pitcher, Kniss. Totals 3 10 3 12 4 12 4 1 1 3 0 2 2 0 1 3 0 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 27 7 9 000 003—12 006 010— 7 iwanson; losing Palmer Pulls Away in $$ DUNEDIN, Fla. (UPI) - Arnold Palmer, whose $22,000 first- place victory in the recent Cleveland Open boosted him to a new all - time money-winning record, has pulled away from the field in pro golf's 1963 dollar derby. Palmer's total of $85,545 to date, which broke his own single-season mark of $81,448 set last year, has spreadeagled the pack. Julius Boros, who stands second, has collected $63,996 in earnings, and Jack Nicklaus' total of $62,140 places him third. Tony Lema and Gary Player are fourth and fifth, respectively. J For "| VACATION! l PUBLIC FINANCE I ! Fast Service ! • Up to $890 J • On sensible plans • J Money to Oo Mow — Pmf * | Lmtmrl Thousands use out | plana every year for their vacations—you can, too. 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