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• •• .• .•i •i r Galesbur Races For Sunday Rains caused postponement of the stock car races scheduled for 4th of July afternoon at Knoxvllle Fairgrounds with the event sched- tiled to take place Sunday afternoon instead. This is the third of four Jaycee sponsored races this summer with the final program scheduled for Labor Day. AH proceeds go to youth and civic funds. The races include both Super! Modified Class A Stock Two lefthanded hurlers nd Car events with four scheduled for each division. A number of Galesburg i area people will be pitting their driving talents against some of the best in the Middlewest in both stock car divisions. Jerry Blundy and Fibber McGee, of Galesburg, are included in a field of top operators in the super-modifieds. Time trials are set for 1 p.m. with races to start at 2. Team w Van Smith and Chuck Schacht — stole the show Thursday, in an Independence Day tournament in Ottumwa, Iowa. Smith and Schacht allowed one run (unearned) between them in two games as the local Legion beat Cedar Rapids, 6-1, and Ottumwa, 5-0, to cop the four-team tournament. pace(1 the i oca j hj tting at tack with Smith fanned eight while two hits apiece, each of them walking only one as Galesburg banging out a double, dropped Cedar Rapids in the first Schacht limited the losers to contest of the day. The Iowa team a trio of hits. Steve Morrow was got one run in the second inning, charged with the loss for Ottum but it was unearned. ancc against Ottumwa. Carl Swanson and Schacht Don Sundquist pounded out two hits to spark the Galesburg offensive. Sundquist's hit total matched the total number of hits that Cedar Rapids collected off the lefthanded slants of Smith. Galesburg's big inning was a three-run fifth frame. Schacht, not to be outdone by his pitching sidekick, whiffed sixteen men while walking only five in a nine- inning, route - going perform- Pirates Get by Cardinals In Little League Squeaker wa. Galesburg Coach Sam An* dree seemed especially pleased about his team Which he terms as "a youthful ball club that's starting to jell." He pointed out that he has never had as many first-year men starting for his club. Galesburg gets back into action tonight against Macomb in a 7:45 contest at H. T. Custer Park. Bob Scott, who tossed a one-hitter his last time out, will get the pitching assignment. Saturday night, Bob Darrah will be on the mound when the locals take on Monmouth at 7:45 at H. T. Custer Park. Cedar Hapldf (1) ab x h The Cardinals almost turtied the trick in Little League action at 0. N. Custer Park Wednesday night. ALMOST. However, the Pirates, now unbeaten in 10 starts, scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to salvage a 3-2 victory over the upset-headed Cards. The Athletics scored a 5-1 triumph over the Indians in other activity. A home rtin by Louie Nichols was the big blow for the Cardinals, whose season mark now stands at 5-5. Mike Donaldson, with two hits, sparked the Pirate offensive. Jerry Pottorf was the winning pitcher, while Floyd Lewis was tagged with the loss. Rick Brown enjoyed a perfect day — three for three — at the plate as he led the Athletics to victory. Brown smacked a circuit clout for the winners. Tom Ross was the winning hurler, while the defeat went to Steve Webber. NATIONAL LEAGUE W Pirates 10 Cubs 5 Cardinals 5 Giants - 3% Dodgers — 4 Braves V/i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ * AMERICAN LEAGUE Tigers 8 Yankees 6 Athletics 6 Indians 5 White Sox 3 Rex Sox 1 L 0 4 5 814 6 8ft Penne 3 0 0 Moore 3 0 0 Loufek 0 0 0 Dunlap 3 0 0 Ja.Warren 3 10 Slaman 2 0 0 Ji.Warren 2 0 0 Blackman 2 0 Murphy Skogman Schamb'r Naught L 7 3 4 5 7 9 Smith Saiat Hoover Gilliat 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 Totals 24 1 2 CalMbttrg (6) abrh Prina Rodgers Pickrel Swanson Stewart Davis Stone Sundquist Smith 4 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 4 1 1 4 1 1 4 11 3 2 0 3 1 2 3- 0 1 League Play In Putt-Putt Last week's results found Vicki and Jerry Shafer leading the Cou* pies League and McDonald's topping the Men's League in action at the Putt-Putt golf course here. Mrs. M. C. Waldeck and Jeff Shafer are leading the individual standings in the Couples League. Shafer was named the "league putter of the week." He also came up with the lowest individual score of ^he week. Mike Peck, who leads the individual standings, was named "league putter of the week," in the Men's League. Peck's 71 was the lowest score of the week. Couplet League Team standings—Vicki and Jerry Shafer 33, Mr. and Mrs M. C. Waldeck 31, Jerry Dremovic and Jim Sherer 24, Phyllis Shen and Brian Spillers 19. Mr. and Mrs. G. Shafer 4, Mr. and Mrs. John Meiers 0. Individual standings—Mrs. M. C. Waldaek 22, Jerry' Shafer 22. Brian Spillers 19, Jerry Dremovic 15. Men's League Team standings—McDonald's 59, Fearless 4 57, Aces 23, Gents 16, Collegiates 7, Ulums 3. Individual standings by averages —Mike Peck 37%, Joe Walker 381?,, Jerry Shafer 38 5/6 and LeRoy Hook 38ft. Glenn Roberts Cops Honors in Firecracker 400 (Ladies Swing Into Action In Racing The ladies will have a go of it in a special event at the Galesburg Micro Midget races at Squires Speedway Saturday. I Featured the Saturday at 1 'Lad ies Powder Puff Race.'' This race will be an addition to the regular events which include time trials, the trophy dash, heat races, consolations, semi-feature and feature r The Powder Puff go will give spectators an opportunity to watch women drivers who are inexperienced in driving racing cars. The track will open at 6:30 p.m. with time trials slated for 7:30 and races slated to get under way at 8:30, Joe Wilson of Hudson will be among a full field of competitors. He will be out to defend his first place rank in high point standings POWDER PUFF DERBY—Four girls who will against Don Liming of Gridley and Jim Howard of Galesburg. compete in the Powder Puff Derby event Saturday night at the Micro Midget Races are shown while those standing from left are Miss Connie Daniels, Mrs* Maurice Frazicr and Mrs. Wayne Wignall. The races will be held at Squire'i above. Mrs. Richard Wignall is seated in her car, Speedway, west of town off U. S. 34. Scrappers to Play at Kewanee This Evening Galesburg B i 11 's Scrappers, girls softball team, will travel to Kewanee tonight to play the Kewanee Ball Hawks. Game time is 8 o'clock. The game will be played in Northwest Park, north of Kewanee on Illinois 78. Totals 29 6 7 Indians (1) ab r h 3 0 1 2 1 3 0 0 1 Wilson Kimble Pico McLaug'n 3 0 0 Schriber 1 0 1 Standley Pampel Taylor Webber Levinson 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 Aihlatlci (S) Score by innings: Cedar Rapids — 010 000 0—1 Galesburg -001 230 x—6 Winning pitcher, Smith; pitcher, Schamberger. losing Swanson Armstrong 1 0 0 Brown ab r h 1 0 0 OMumwa (0) Totals 21 1 3 Poulson Nelson Darrah Williams Munson Ross White Voyles Moe Callahan Hanson 3 1 3 0 1 1 3 Bissell 1 0 Jones Morrow 0 0 0 Wardlow 0 0 0 McElroy " Bosker Miller Emanuel Sheets Baker 1 1 10 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 2 10 2 11 ab r h 3 0 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 1 4 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 10 0 Galesburg (5) ab r h Prina Rodgers Pickrel Swanson Davis Smith Sundquist Conner Schacht Totals 31 0 3 4 1 0 3 2 1 3 10 4 0 2 3 0 1 4 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 2 Totals 30 4 7 Totals Score by innings: Indians 000 001—1 Athletics 000 05x—5 Winning pitcher, Ross; losing pitcher, Webber. Score by innings: 21 5 5 I Ottumwa 000 000 000—0 1 Galesburg 000 102 20x—5 Winning pitcher, Schacht; losing pitcher, Wardlow. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UPI) Manager Bill Costello, whose The good name of Ford as the team will be seeking its third winner of the big ones was sal- straight victory of the season, re- vaged from the challenging Chev- quested players to assemble to- rolets Thursday when Glenn night at 6:30 o'clock at the Gales(Fireball) Roberts led . a Ford burg Post Office Building pre- trio across the finish line first paratory to departing for Kein a hard-raced Firecracker 400 wanee. miler. The Galesburg team will meet Until the 110th lap over the Moline Sunday at 6 p.m. in the 160-circuit race at the Daytona Riverside Park at Moline. Team InternationaJ Speedway it was a members were asked to assemble duel between Chevrolet driver Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Gales- Junior Johnson of Ronda, N.C., burg Post Office prior to leav- and Ford jockeys Fred Lorenzen ing for Moline. Route to the park of Elmhurst, 111., and Roberts. i s on U.S. 150 to Sixth Street in Johnson's Chevy blew its engine Moline and turn right direct to on that turn leaving the field park. Doubleheader action on the 4th of July was rained out for the Galesburg College baseball team after the locals had lost 5-1 in a single game Wednesday night at Peoria. Following this it was announced that Guy Ricci, baseball mentor at Western Illinois University, Macomb, would take over as head coach of the Galesburg team. Jack Baer was field boss of the locals originally but had to re- since it was to be chosen at one turn to the University of Okla- of the two games on 4th of July, homa. He had left without an of- The contest will now be con- ficial release since his boss, Bud tinued until Saturday's 2:30 game Wilkinson, was overseas at the with Bloomington at the Knox time. Field. Fans are urged to submit Ricci, a three-letterman at their entries at the gate Satur- Bradley University, has coached day with a Stan Musial auto- baseball* for nine years at West- graphed ball plus a season pass •em. He is a native of Pekin. to the remaining home games Thursday's postponement also offered as prizes to the winner* delayed the selection of the nick- for the Galesburg team name open for the Ford sweep. Meanwhile, Costello is shaping 4 Jaycees' Sports Jamboree Scheduled for July 12 One fender back at the finish plans to take his team to the Lo Ca l youngsters will have a meet, to be held at Bloomington- line was Lorenzen, tail-gated by Dwight Reformatory July 13 for chance to compete for honors Normal, Aug. 22-24. Marvin Panch, also in a Ford. a n encounter with a girls team w ] ie n they enter the Galesburg The 600 youngsters who win out Darel Dieringer of Charlotte, N. there. Game time is 2 p.m. Cos- Junior Sports Jamboree, to be in the summer-long competition C., was fourth in a 1963 Mercury | tello reminded and Ned Jarrett of Conover, N. C, fifth in another 1963 Ford. The his players to make advance arrangements with their employers in order to make win gave Roberts first the trip. held here on July 12 under the | will make the trip to the state finals as the guests of the Illinois Lynn Waldorf's Mother Dies Duffy Olson Hegge Peck AUBURN, N.Y. (AP)—Services I w.Mims will be held Saturday for Mrs. Flora Irish Waldorf, 86, widow of Cardinal! (2) , abrh Walters Algren Nichols N.Mims Lewis Sullivan Stomberg 10 0 110 10 0 10 0 10 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 2 11 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 Garret 1 0 0 10 0 Totals 20 2 2 Pottorf Thiel Barragan Pepmeyer Shay Johnson Donaldson Thrailkill McKillip Pirates (3) ab t h 3 0 1 3 0 0 2 3 1 1 1 1 3 0 1 2 10 3 0 2 3 0 0 3 0 1 Totals 25 3 7 an Illinois Methodist bishop, who Ca^d°nais y .™"5. S J ooi 100—2 died at her home in Wednesday. Mrs. Waldorf's husband, Ernest Lynn Waldorf, was bishop of Chicago at the time of his death in 1942. Services for Mrs. Waldorf will be in Syracuse, where her husband once held a pastorate. Auburn Pi !St* st 7 °i° 02x— 3 Winning pitcher, Pottorf; losing pitcher, Lewis. Rhoades Hurls Shutout in Babe Ruth Loop She is survived by a daughter, . A | an Rhoades came up with a Mrs. Ethel Margaret Wagner of ? u . tol J f Performance in pitching Rockford, 111., and four sons, £ ale Wa ™ to a 4 "° victory over Lynn (Pappy) Waldorf, former Monmouth at H. T. Custer Park Northwestern University football Wednesday night, coach and now a professional foot- . Th( r winners made the most of ball scout living in Berkeley. Jour hits to pick up the Babe Ruth Calif., Paul Douglass Waldorf of League triumph. Mankato, Minn., John David Wal- .f' loades ?. h e c £f d Monmouth dorf of Marshall, Mo., and Robert Wlth hl , ts > whrle Dave Joh »- ' ' c*r\n rtr\r wh*r\ lr\tvr* James Waldorf of Westminster, Md. son got the loss. Monmouth <0) ab r h Appearance LOS ANGELES (UPI) Out- Rom a no Burgland Tinder Reynolds VanDien Johnson Beai 3 0 0 2 0 1 a 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 fielder Albie Pearson is the only player to appear in ail three Los gljohnson 2 0 0 Angeles Angels opening day line- Lemmer 'n 10 1 ups Gale Ward (4) ab r h L.Wright D.Wright Lindstrom Nelson Menke Marshall Howard Rhoades Hendricks 2 0 1 2 0 1 3 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 2 1 1 3 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 For I I I Totals 19 0 3| Totals 20 4 4 Score by innings: Monmouth 000 000—0 Gale Ward - 000 31x—4 Winning pitcher, Rhoades; losing pitcher, Johnson. j Yank* Option Infiekler I I I NEW YORK (UPI) Infield I PUBLIC FINANCE \ I I I I Fast Service U p to $800 On sensible plans I I I I Coll, write or com* J in today for the | amount you want ttanoy to Co *ow —*«jr I 4«l#/7 Thousands uee our | • plane every year for their • I vacations—you can, top. | I With good credit and steady 1 • employment, you're all set 1 L/C 1 1 i \ WANGB 1 er Pedro Gonzalez has been optioned by the New York Yankees to Richmond of the International League. Gonzalez was called up from Richmond recently when infielders Tony Kubek and Phil Linz were injured. Cardinals Drop Fifth Straight LOS ANGELES (AP)—A grand- slam home run by Ken McMullen in the explosive, eight run sixth inning Thursday night blasted the Los Angeles Dodgers into a 10-7 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals and increased their hold on the National ( League lead. The Cardinal loss was their fifth straight and ! sent the Redbirds 2V2 games behind the Dodgers. The Dodgers were trailing 4-2 when McMullen hit the grand- slam off loser Ernie Broglio, 9-4. It was McMullen's second major league homer. A second big gun for the Dodgers was Jim Gilliam, who drove in four runs with a single and double. prize money of $11,600. Lorenzen collected $7,015 and Panch got $5,110. READ THE WANT ADS! Eighth Inning Run Gives Blatz Win Over Carthage Blatz came up with a run in the bottom of the eighth to offset a three-run Carthage rally as the locals took a 5-4 decision Wednesday night at H. T. Custer Park. The home team went into the eighth inning with a 4-1 advantage, but Carthage came back to knot the count at 4-4. Blatz could manage but five safeties, while Carthage touched two Blatz hurlers for six hits. Rusty Potter pitched the first seven innings for the locals and was relieved by Dick Fillman. Fillman gained credit for the victory. The nine-inning contest was run off in the snappy time of one hour and 55 minutes. Carthage (4) ab r h Swisegood 5 10 Weber 4 Rodgers Johnson Ideaus Hunter 4 3 1 1 1 1 2 0 3 0 0 4 0 1 Anderson 4 0 2 Jones Klapprot Scott 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 Johnson Mendez Lester Owens Hansen Fillman Sholl Morgan Potter Blatz (5) ab r h 4 1 1 4 0 1 3. 2 0 3 11 4 11 4 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 30 5 5 Totals 34 4 61 Totals Score by innings: Blatz - 020 002 Olx—5 Carthage 000 100 030—4 Winning pitcher, Fillman; losing pitcher, Klapprot. Ma League x Sc res SECOND GAME CHICAGO I NEW York 0 2 ab r h bi H'h'h'r 5 2 3 • Wcis 5 0 1 Robin'n 2 0 2 Ward 5 0 0 0 McCr'w 4 12 0 Landis 4 0 0 0 Fox 4 12 2 Martin 4 0 0 0 Pizarro 3 0 0 0 Wilh'm 10 0 0 ab r h bi 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 O 1 1 0 Kubek Rich'son 4 0 Tresh Maris Pepitone 4 12 Howard 4 11 Lopez 4 0 10 Boyer 4 0 2 0 Stafford 10 0 0 aLinz 0 0 0 1 Hamilfn 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 4 10 4 1 -Totals 31 2 7 2 a—Hit sacrifice fly for Stafford in 7th. Score by innings: Chicago 001 002 001—4 New York 000 000 101—2 E—Maris. PO-A—Chicago 27-12. New York 27-9. DP—Fox, Weis and McCraw. LOB—Chicago 9, New York 6. 3B—Hershberger. HR—Fox, Pepitone. SB—McCraw. S—Stafford. SF—Linz. ip h r er bbfto xPizarro W, 10-4 __6 6 112 5 Wilhelm 3 1110 3 Stafford L, 3-6 ___7 7 3 2 3 4 Hamilton „2 3 110 1 x—Faced three men in 7th. Los Angeles 27-12. DP—White, Groat and White. LOB—St. Louis 12, Los Angeles 4. 2B—Javier, Gilliam. 3B—Groat, W. Davis, White. HR—McMullen. h r er bbso 7 7 7 6 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 yBroglio L 9-4 5 zBauta — 0 Shantz 2 Schultz — 1 0 0 xMiller 2 6 Sherry —3 2 Roebuck W, 2-3 __2% 7 Perranoski __j 1V 3 1 x—Faced one man in 3rd; y— faced five men in 6th; z—faced two men in 6th. j WP—Miller, Roebuck. U—Crawford, Venzon. Steiner, DonatelH. T—3:02. A—30,726. MILWAUKEE ab r h bi Maye 4 111 Boiling 4 12 3 H.Aar'n 5 13 2 Torre 5 0 2 0 Mathe's 4 0 0 0 Oliver 2 0 0 0 Jones 2 0 0 0| Menke 4 1 SAN FRANCISCO ab r h bi Kuenn 4 0 10 Hiller 4 11 Mays .5 14 McCov'y 3 11 Haller 10 1 aCepeda 10 0 0 Bailey 0 0 0 0 0 OlF.Alou 4 0 1 0 0 2 1 „ n n n Crand'l 4 110 Davenp't 4 0 0 0 2 Z V 'i Cloni'er 2 0 0 0 Bowman 4 0 0 0 9 9 1 £ Hendl'y 0 1 0 01 Fisher 2 0 0 0 0 4 4 2 0 0 0 2 1 Perry 10 0 0 Duffalo 0 0 0 0 bA'itano 10 0 0 b Totals36 6 9 6! Totals 34 3 9 3 a—Popped out for Haller in 7th; —grounded out for Duffalo in 9th. sponsorship of Galesburg Jaycees The meet is one of more than Youth Commission, which spon- 150 local jamborees being held all sors the jamboree, along with the over Illinois this summer. First Illinois Junior Chamber of Com- place winners in each event at the merce. The Bloomington-Normal local level may be eligible to en- Jaycees will serve as hosts to the ter sectional competition, and sec- young champions during their stay tional winners in track and field in their community, will then advance to the state Boys and girls 10 to 15 years of age are eligible to enter the jamboree, according to Bob Kimble, local chairman. Eligibility rs determined by the contestant's age on Aug. 23, starting date of the finals. Competition will be in three divisions: Midget (10-11); Junior (12-13), and Intermediate (14-15). Entry blanks may be obtained from Kimble (342-5796) and must be mailed in to him no later than Thursday. July 11. Events to be offered in the track meet are: 50-yard dash in each division; 75-yard dash for midgets and juniors; 100-yard dash for juniors and intermediates; 220- yard dash and 440-yard run for intermediates; 220-yard relay for midgets, and 440-yard relay for juniors and intermediates. Broad jump and baseball throw are scheduled for each division, and high jump is offered for juniors and intermediates. Midgets this year will have an opportunity to compete in the hop, step, and jump, an event which is being offered for the first time in the jamboree. Each contestant may enter one track event and one field event, plus the relay. The jamboree will be held at Lombard Field, beginning at 5 Registration will begin at 4 All eligible persons are in- Peoria scored all five runs in the first inning Wednesday night and coasted the rest of the way. The locals were impressive the rest of the way but it was little more than a formality after the first. The Peorians now hold undisputed possession of first place in the College league with a 7-4 record. Galesburg is in last place with a 3-8 mark. Peoria scored its five runs on three walks, a hit batsman and three hits. Gary Williamson started for the locals but gave way to reliefer John Hermanek of Bradley. Cornell Cops 1st in Royal Henley Regatta HENLEY-ON-THAMES, Eng. (UPI) — Cornell's all-conquering heavyweight crew, having celebrated Independence Day by eliminating its most formidable oppo-i sition, faced the London Rowing Club today in the semifinals of the Grand Challenge Cup, premier event of the Royal Henley Regatta. '.' .ie Jniversity of London was paired against the Thames club crew in the other semifinal. Cornell's victory over the highly regarded Nassovia Hoechst crew of Germany was one of four triumphs scored by the United States during the second day of the regatta. The two other U.S. entrants were defeated. The lightweight crews of Cornell and Rollins College of Florida advanced to the semifinals of the Thames Cup competition while the Philadelphia brother team of Joe and Tom Amlong also made the semifinals in the silver goblets. Singles sculler Robert C. Lea of Harvard and the Cornell makeshift four-oared crew without coxswain were eliminated. SECOND GAME NEW YORK ab r h bi Hick'an 4 0 10 Piersall 4 0 0 0 Hunt 3 0 0 0 Harkn's :i 0 Cook 1 0 3 0 0 0 CHICAGO Score by innings: Milwaukee 000 030 120—6 San Francisco _100 020 000—3 E—McCovey. PO-A—Milwaukee ab r h bi 27-16, San Francisco 27-8. DP— Landr'm 3 110 Menke, Boiling and Torre. LOB— 4 0 0 0 Milwaukee 9, San Francisco 9. 2B 1 2 —Mays. HR—H. Aaron, McCovey, 2 1 Maye. SB—H. Aaron. S—Cloninger, Burton Williams 3 Santo 3 Banks Fox Cities and Waterloo Hold On in Midwest By United Press International Fox Cities and Waterloo remained in first and second places respectively, . in the Midwest League Thursday night because their game at Waterloo was post-. poned because of wet grounds. However, the two teams will meet for a doubleheader tonight. In the action Thursday night, Decatur rolled over Quad Cities, 16-3, at Decatur. The Commodores scored 15 runs in the first inning, one in the second and then re* laxed for the rest of the game. At Quincy, Burlington defeated Quincy, 6-3; Cedar Rapids scored an easy, 14-4, victory at home over Dubuque; and first half champion Clinton barely slipped past ninth place Wisconsin Rapids 5-4, at Clinton. In addition to the Fox Cities- Waterloo doubleheader, other games tonight will see the same teams matched [or single contests. p.m p.m. vited to participate. READ THE WANT ADSI JOHNSMANVILIE INSULATION Your Neighbor Says Call WHITE'S-342-0183 Kran'ol 3 0 0 0 Hubbs Cole'an 2 0 0 0 Ranew 3 0 0 0] Hiller. 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 i PB—Martin." " U—Kinnamoni Fla- \ Sherry 0 0 0 OjToth aTho'as 1 0 0 0 1 Rodgers 3 0 0 0 £L°"JPJ? r W ' 5-4 herty, Stevens Napp. T—2:21. A 38,180. NIGHT GAME ST. LOUIS LO? ANGELES Full- Rusher BUFFALO, N. Y. (UPI) back Cookie Gilchrist of the Buffalo Bills set an American Football League rushing record of 1,096 yards last season. » G 1 9 Q 8*Tt Q H M $. Frern* 342-0191 I VHP WW WBP Beats Time DUNEDIN, Fla. (UPI) - Pro golfer John Barnum became the oldest winner of a major PGA event when he won the 1962 Ca* jun classic at the age of 51 years, I I I one month and five days. Javier White Groat Musial ab r h bi 6 4 5 5 1 2 3 0 1 1 ab r h bi 4 110 Wills Gilliam 2 2 01 Oliver 0 2 Oi W.Davis 4 0 1 4 12 4 0 0 0 0 cCarm'l 0 0 0 0 Boyer 4 13 1 Altman 5 0 10 T.Davis Moon Fairly 4 12 0 4 110 3 110 Flood 5 2 2 HMcMul'n 3 114 McCar'r 4 1 1 0!Roseboro3 2 10 Broglio 3 0 1 0! Miller 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sherry 0 10 0 aSkow'n 10 0 0 Roebuck 1110 Bauta Shantz 0 0 0 0 dDam'a 10 0 0 SehulU 0 0 0 G'Perran'i dJames 10 10 Moran 2 0 0 0 bF'ndez 10 0 0 Rowe 0 0 0 0 Willey 2 0 10 eSnider 1 0 0 0i Burri't 0 0 0 0 h r er bbso 0 3 3 3 0 o n n n Hendley _ - 2Vij 0 0 0 1 2 J u u u Fisher 4% 6 3 3 2 1 Perry L. 1-3 1% 11112 Bolin X>- 3 1 2 0 2 1 Duffalo „. 1^ 1 0 0 0 1 Sets Vault Mark BERN, Switzerland (UPD— John Pennel of Northeast Louisiana set a European continent record for the pole vault Thursday when he cleared 16 feet, 5V4 inches ii. a meet here. He broke the mark of 16-4% set two days earlier by C. K. Yang of Nationalist China. 10 0 0 Totals 43 7 16 61 Totals 32 10 11 10 a—Popped out for Sherry in 5th; b—struck out for Shantz in 8th; c—ran for Musial in 8th; d—singled for Schultz in 9th. Score by innings: St. Louis . ___120 001 030— 7 Los Angeles 002 008 OOx—10 E—None. PO-A—St. Louis 24-15, Totals 29 0 3 0| Totals 27 3 4 3 a—Flied out for Coleman in 8th; b—grounded out for Moran in 8th; c—struck out for Willey in 8th. Score by innings: New York 000 00 000—0 Chicago _300 000 OOx —3 E—Harkness. PO-A—New York 24-11, Chicago 27-9. DP—Hunt, Moran and Harkness; Coleman and Hunt; Banks, unassisted. LOB— New York 3, Chicago 2. HR—Williams, Santo. WP—Bolin. U—Walsh. Burkhart, Pelekoudas. T —23,557. Con lan, 3:02. A READ THE WANT ADS! AUGNMENT ip Willey L, 6-7 7 Rowe 1 Toth W, 2-4 __ —9 h r «r bbso 4 3 3 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 6 6.50 GUARANTEED 4,000 MILES MODERN U — Smith, Seoory, Jackowski, Pryor. T—1:59. A—32,654. READ THE WANT ADS! 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