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1 H Gofesbur OlcUtiftiert had their memories jogged this week with the news that Charles Carroll (Pat) Flanagan, colorful Chteagoland radio sportscaster during the 1920 ind '30s, died TuesdayMn a Scottsdale, Ariz., hospital After suffering a heart attack. Flariagita, who died at the age of 70, ^is best known in this area for play-byplay >ns of Cub and r ipti Sox over White sox games WBBM during his 15 years jn Chicago radio work. However, he also gained fame for broadcasting Big lft and Notre Dame football contorts. Although (fever girted with Voice for the Church League g golden *irw.y.. Pal's Went, for "ad listener llhblng*' with » itiidy (low ft! chatter fl nd avivfci description of the playing Mttoii. Flanagan Was a pioneer in the field of describing games from a Western Union telegraph report, complete With sound affects to produce a realistic atmosphere. Pat began his radid career with WOC in Davenport in 1921 and moved to Chicago, national Jayceee Stein Peterson Feather Sulor Kimble Rltz Nelson Motcy Groves Klrmnn Mnlono Hill ibrh 4 2 2 1 0 1 5 0 1 a 4 2 4 1 2 0 1 Coldbrook Ctiriitlan 5 4 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 3 1 2 •b GiWny 4 •T.Gnrdner 3 Dnvls 4 E.Way 4 D.Muslain 4 G.Gardncr 4 Lucas 0 Conard 3 Hawkins 4 Brown 1 Terpenlng 3 R.Mustaln 4 r h 2 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 Totals 43 13 23 1 Totals 38 11 11 Score by innings: Jaycces 250 213 0—13 Coldbrook Christian -.,030 043 1—11 Major Lea •b Rubek 4 RtcTifl'fl 4 Tresh 4 Maris 4 Peplt'e 4 Howa'd 4 Lopez 4 Boyer 3 Bouton aBerra Bridges 0 0 0 0 hbl t 0 franeo'a 3 0 delaHoz 4 0 KirklA'd 0 Alvls t 0 0 hbl 1 1 ib * Hbl 2 0 2 0 KirklA'd 3 1 0 1 0 Alvls 3 0 0 0 0 Whttflld 3 0 0 0 0 bAdcock 0 0 0 1 Romano 3 0 0 0 Luplow 4 t 0 Kindalt % 1 0 Donovan 3 I 0 0 1 0 Mi?e 4 0 BoOtnf? 5 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 Totals 34 1 6 a—Grounded 1| Totals 2ft 4 7 3 out for Bouton In 7th; b—walked for Whitfield in 8th. New York ...,.000 000 100—1 Cleveland . -001 020 01 x—4 R-Klndall, Boyer. PO- A—New York 24-8, Cleveland 27-10. LOB— New York 6, Cleveland 6. 2B— Donovan, Tresh, delaHoz, Maris. HR—Lopez. SB—Richardson. S— Alvls. SF—Francona, Romano. ip h r er bb so Bouton Li 10-4 6 6 3 2 1 3 Bridges 2 1112 2 Donovan W, 6-5 —9 6 11 0__3 Paparella, -27,598. 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 H.Aar'rt 4 1 Torre 4 0 Mflthe's 3 0 \ Oliver 4 0 Menkc 3 0 0 0 Crand'll 4 0 1 Sado'kl 2 0 0 Schne'r 0 0 0 aLarker 10 1 bJones 0 0 0 Hendry 0 0 0 cDlllard 1 0 0 0 0 0 Fasslo , Runnels I 0 0 0 0 0 Warwick 4 Staub Goai 3 3 Campb'll 4 Lillls Bruce 0 1 Dickson 0 n 0 3 3 0 0 1 3 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 f 0 1 Totals 35 2 10 2 a—Singled for TotOls 2d 4 in U — Smith, Honochick. T Haller, •2:19. A NIGHT CAME! CHICAGO I BOSTON ab r h bl H'hb'cr 5 0 10 Fox 5 0 0 0 Robin'n 3 0 11 Ward 4 111 Landls 4 0 0 0 McCr'w 4 0 0 0 Weis 4 12 0 Martin 3 12 0 DeB'ere 0 0 0 0 Fisher 10 10 b Lemon 10 0 0 BaunVn 0 0 0 0 cNich'n 10 11 Brosn'n 0 0 0 0 dLollar 10 0 0 ab r Schilling 3 2 5 1 4 0 4 1 4 0 4 1 3 2 0 0 4 1 3 0 hb! 0 0 ? eigcr 'tttte'kl Mai zone Stuart Clinton Bress'ud Nixon aTUlm'n Wilson 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 ft 3 7thJ b—ran for Larker' in 7th;e-* grounded out for Hendley ift Otn. Score by innings: ^ . A Milwaukee ^.200 000 000— 2 Houston 100 021 OOx—4 E — Boiling. PO-A — Milwaukee 24-9, Houston 27-11. DP—Temple, Lillis and Staub; Menke and Torre; Runnels and Staub; Menke. Boiling and Torre. LOB—Milwaukee 9, Houston 6. 2B—Oliver, Bruce. 3B —Bruce. SB—H. Aaron. S—Temple. SF—Runnels. m _ m m _ ^^^_^^^_ a _ a __ a __ a _ m _^^^ lp h f «r bbso Sadowski L, 0-3 ..5% 8 4 4 3 4 Schneider - 1' 3 0 0 0 0 1 Hendley - ..2 0 0 0 1 1 Bruce W, 4-6 7% 10 2 2 2 4 Dickson li§ 0 0 0 0 1 H; zon, T- 1 iP—By Bruce, Maye. U—Ven* Steiner, Donatelli, Crawford. •2:38. A—7*111. NIGHT GAME CINCINNATI I LOS ANGELES ab r hbl Totals 36 3 9 3 a—Singled for from where there he crashed the His most re iportscasting scene cent position was sports director for KOOL in Phoenix, Ariz. Moving to Arizona for health reasons 15 years ago in that state until his death. The New York Mcts are holding tryotit sessions in Quincy today and .Sunday for players between the ages of 16, and 22. Workouts were scheduled for 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. under the direction of scout Walter Millies. Players are to furnish their own equipment. - First Lutheran ibrh Hendricks 4 0 1 Ti.Peter'n 4 0 1 Hull 4 0 0 Fiickenger 4 0 2 W.Hull 4 0 0 Kniss 4 10 Franson 4 11 O.Pcterson 4 3 2 Sterr 4 2 2 Bloom 4 13 G.Way Gardner Davis Terpen ing E.Way D.Mustain Conard Lucas. Brown R.Mustain Hawkins Coldbrook •b r h 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 1 2 2 3 3 2 1 McKinley Ends Dry Spell For US Net at Wimbledon 9 ia " en § Cornell Move§ Into Finals Oi. Cup heavyw eight o o Totals 40 8 12 Totals 401518 ho resided | Score by innings: First Lutheran 040 102 1— 8 Coldbrook Christian —106 602 x—15 Emmanuel Mslhodlst ab r h J.Pctcrson 3 0 0 R.Johnson 3 12 Dude 3 1 1 J.Johnson 3 0 0 S.Peterson 3 0 1 Pago 3 0 2 Nelson 3 0 1 Mates 3 0 1 DcBennett3 0 0 Gyory 2 0 0 J who have The Chicago Cubs, produced the National League's Rookie of the Year players for the past two seasons, do not appear to halve a strong candidate this" year but this doesn't mean that t he Windy City is left out completely. Third baseman Pete Ward of the White Sox is rated a solid contender for first year honors in the American League. The,hard- hitting Ward has been one of the brightest features of the Sox flag bid this season. Pete came to Chicago last winter along with Ron Hanson, Dave Nicholson and Hoyt Wilhelm for Luis Aparicio and Al Smith. In conjunction with the tlonwlde program to stimulate interest in physical fitness among all Americans, the White Sox will conduct the D.Pcterson 10 0 Totals 30 2 8 Score by innings: Emmanuel Methodict .100 000 t First Methodist 444 413 x 1st Msthodist ab r h S tin son 5 Holmes 4 Sippel 5 C.Johnson 5 Cunnnig'm 4 Liober 4 Hunt 4 Burquln 4 Kovnlcskl 4 M.Johnson 4 3 3 2 1 1 3 0 2 3 2 4 3 4 2 0 3 2 1 2 1 Totals 43 20 22 2 20 WIMBLEDON, England <AP) Former Wimbledon tennis champions joined today in praising Chuck McKinley, first American to win the men's title in eight years as Billie Jean Moffitt went out to try to complete a U.S. sweep of the singles. The acrobatic star from San Antonio, Tex., crushed Australia's Fred Stolle 9-7, 6-1, 6-4 in the final Friday. He went through the tournament; without losing a set. McKinlev's win ended the domi- Billie Jean, unseeded, has moved into the finals of the Grand fought to the women's final by Challenge Cup Friday with a three ing three seeded stars—Les Turner of Australia, Mark io of Brazil and Mrs. Am Wet Grounds Wash Out Baseball Totals 34 8 12 7 Nixon in 1st; b— flied out for Fisher in 5th; c—sin­ gled for Baumann in 7th; d—popped out for Brosnan in 9th . Score by innings; Chicago 000 100 20O—3 Boston 601 001 OOx—8 E—Ward. PO-A—Chicago 24-12. Boston 27-9. DP—Fox, Weis and McCraw; Martin and Fox. LOB— Chicago 8, Boston 6. 3B—Geiger, Wilson. HR—Bressoud, Ward. Wilson. ab Rose 3 cWalt'rs 1 Harper 3 Pinson 3 Robin'n 3 Pavle'h 3 Spencer 3 Carde's 3 Edw'ds 3 O'Toole 2 bNeal 1 r hbl 0 0 0 Wills 0 0 0 Gilliam 0 1 4 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 T.Davis 0 Howard 0 Skowron 3 0 aW.Da'is 0 0 0 0 Fairly 0 0 0 McMul'n 0 Oliver 0 Camilli 0 Podres 0 1 0 1 I 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 r 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Totals 28 a—Ran 0 for 2 0 1 6 1 Haydon Jones of]Britain. Signs for Bonus ST. PAUL Wimbledon MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) dipped into the Southland Friday to sign Jim Blythe, a right-handed pitcher from Huntsville, N.C., for a "nice bonus." The 6-foot 2-inch -quarter length victory over the London Rowing Club. The Big Red was behind for almost*a mile before pulling in front, and they crossed the finish line hard- pressed by a surprisingly power- Twins I ful British challenge. Thomas and Joseph Amlong of the Vesper Boat Club, Phila. also smirted into the ip h DeBussch'c L, 0-2- % 5 Fischer 3Vs 4 Baumann 2 2 Brosnan 2 1 Wilson W, 8-7 9 9 r *r bbio 6 6 2 1 110 4 1111 0 0 0 3 3 3 2 1 Totals 28 Skowron in 7th; struck out for O'Toole in 9th; c— fouled out for Rose In 9th. Score by innings: Cincinnati 000 000 000—0 Los Angeles 000 0^0 lOx—1 E—None. PO-A—Cincinnati 24-9, Los Angeles 27-11. DP—Skowron and Wills. LOB—Cincinnati 1, LoS Angeles 5. 2B—T. Davis. HR— Howard. S—Fairly. ip O'Toole L, 13-6 8 Podres W, 6-6 9 h r «r bbso 6 1117 2 0 0 0 4 The smiled who had baseball tralians times Dsthel Baptist Snow Sippel Davis Horn Blucker Peterson Baylor Peck Denney Knutson 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 3 1 3 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 Mission Covenant ab r h T.Hilgen'rg 4 Hawkinson 4 Mc .Nelson 4 B.Hilgen'rg 3 eight years. Totals 32 9 10 Trulock 4 Jordan 4 Mi.Nelson 2 Peterson 4 Johnson 3 Anderson 3 2 2 2 1 2 1 0 2 1 1 4 1 0 3 1 0 2 1 when o o Totals 35 13 13 Score by innings: Bethel Baptist 241 020 O— 9 Mission Covenant 331 033 x—13 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE July 8 —Trinity Lutheran vs. United Brethren, 7 p. m.; Emmanuel Methodist vs. Jaycees, 8:30 p. m. July 9—Bethel Baptist vs. United Brethren, 7 p. m,; Mission Covenant vs. First Lutheran, 8:30 p. m. July 10—Trinity Lutheran vs. First Methodist, 7 p. m.; First Presbyterian vs. Coldbrook Christian, 8:30 p. m. July 11—Emmanuel Methodist vs. Mission Covenant, 7 p. m.; First Methodist vs. Jaycees, 8 p. m. m American umpires are country The exception was 1959, Alex Olmedo of Peru was cham- • pion. Tony Trabert, the last American to win the title, in 1955, said: "McKinley was great. This is a fine thing for American tennis. H6 is a worthy champion." It took McKinley 35 minutes to make any real impression on Stolle, a lanky man with one of the biggest services in the game. McKinley got his first service break in the 15th game, and from then on the Australian was tamed. 4 Stolle admitted afterwards that in the last set he didn't know how to serve because he could never tell what McKinley would do next. Miss Moffitt, 19-year-old girl from Long Beach, Calif., faced Australia's Margaret Smith. delphia, also spurted finals of the Silver Goblet event 200-pound Blythe will report to for paired oars. The brothers Wytheville in the Appalachian scored an easy win over a British League. largest exercise class in history Saturday, July 13, prior to their game with the Detroit Tigers. It will be ladies day with more than 35,000 fans expected to at-. . A^len, Son 's niw^^^hysi-' vll KOcHj D9CK tO l^UCCCSS cal fitness expert, on the field LA Hurler Johnny Podres for a special program of exer ANGELES A couple cises. Bob Wright, business manager of the Blatz eports Warriors, that with all of the financial problems encountered in running a ball club the local team is now missing two first baseman gloves. Cost of replacing these gloves would be about $45, Wright said. READ THE WANT ADS1 of weeks ago, Johnny Podres was in such desperate need of quick relief that he might have been mistaken for the stricken star of a television aspirin commercial. In two consecutive starts, the 30-year-old Idft-hander had to be relieved in the first inning. Troubled nearly every season by a sore back, he was now bothered by a pain in his left arm. It looked as though the Los An* 4 Rain Children 6 to 12 ONLY Moke it o picnic ot the BIG FIELD OF FAVORITES JULY 7TH * KNOX COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS No Worries - All Parking Free No Reserved Grandstand geles Dodgers might have to find a permanent replacement for him in their starting pitching rotation. But, before they could find the replacement, Podres ound himself. He left the club in St. Louis June 24 and flew to Los Angeles to have his arm treated. In his next start, against Milwaukee last Monday, Podres pitched a five-hitter and struck out 12 as the Dodgers won 2-1. Friday night, when the Dodgers increased their National League lead to three games by defeating Cincinnati 1-0, Podres was even better. He pitched a two-hitter, faced only 28 batters and didn't let the Reds get a runner past first base. The victory was his sixth in 12 decisions and the Dodgers' fifth straight. Frank Howard accounted for the only run of the night with a 400- foot homer off Jim O'Toole in the seventh inning. "After Frank struck out in the Podres said la- weatherman on Galesburg for a good portion of this summer has suddenly. changed his disposition. The Galesburg entry in the Central Illinois Collegiate League was scheduled to meet Bloomington this afternoon at 2:30. The Bloomington contest, along with a doubleheader slated for Inde pendence Day, were postponed because of rain. The collegians travel to Springfield for a twin- beginning at 6 p.m. on Sunday. The Galesburg American Le gion team had its contest with Macomb, scheduled for last night, postponed. And at Register-Mail press time, there was a good chance that the legion's game with Monmouth, slated f< at H. T. Custer Park tonight, would be called off also. Action in the Galesburg Little League, Babe Ruth League, and Connie Mack League was can celled Friday night and rhay be called off for this evening. WP — DeBusschere. V — DiMuro, Carrigan, Flaherty, Hurley. T—2:28. A—23,682. U—Conlan, Burkhart, Pelekoudas. Walsh. T—1:35. A—35,536, Du Quoin Expects Fires Ace Four of 5 Top 500' Finishers DU QUOIN- five finishers fourth inning/ 1 'he came over and told me; hold 'em right there. I'll ter, 'John. get a run for you.'" MENDEZ Blatz Warriors this season, playing first base, third base and outfield as well as doing some work behind the plate. He has also been an important man with the bat, sporting a .285 mark to date. Gene will be in the lineup when the Rock Island Nationals play Blatz at H.T, Custer Park Sunday night. Scrappers Bow To Kewanee Girls Team Kewanee handed Galesburg Bill's Scrappers their first defeat of the season Friday night at Kewanee by a score of 6 to 3 in girls softball game. Manager Bill Costello of fye Galesburg team observed that the game was well played before a large crowd of fans. Helen Daniels, second sacker of the Scrappers, was praised for outstanding defensive play. Kewanee tallied six hits against the Scrappers' three safe blows. The Scrappers play Moline Sunday at 6 p.m. in Riverside Park at Molirje. The Galesburg team will assemble at 3 p.m. at the Galesburg Post Office preparatory to departing for Moline. -Four of the top at the Memorial Day 500-mile race at Indianapolis are expected to file entries in this year's Labor Day weekend racing card at the Du Quoin State Fair, according to Bill Hayes, fair auto-racing director. Naturally, we're expecting entries from many other drivers who also participated in this year's "500," but Parnelli Jones, A. J. Foyt, Rodger Ward and Don Branson are virtually certain to be among the starters here," Hayes said. Again this year, Du Quoin will schedule sprint-car racing Saturday, Aug. 1; the 100-mile late- r model stock car race, Sunday, Sept. 1, and the 100-mile big-car attraction Labor Day. All three are national championship events. On No. 12 At Bunkers A former Galesburg resident, Terry Lacky, who is now living in Woodland, Calif., scored a hole-in-one on the twelfth hole at Bunker Links, Monday afternoon. Lacky used an 8-iron to cross the pond and drop the ball in the cup which is 135 yards from the tee. Golfing companions who witnessed the ace were Sparky Carr and Marty Maher. The White Sox Buy Right-Hander INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Chicago White Sox have bought the contract of right-handed pitcher Joe Shipley, the Indianapolis Indians announced Friday. Shipley will leave immediately to join the White Sox in Boston. The 26-year-old hurler compiled with the Indians a 10-3 record this vear. He 112 year. innings in League games J run average of pitched a total of International 15 READ THE WANT ADS H. Allen Jerkens paced New York's thoroughbred trainers with 94 winners in 1962. Cortact DEAN HILL 14 N. Aeadei Phone 343-1331 •ttoss STATE FARM Life Insurance Company Horn* Office. BloomiiifttfL MMs Blatz Will Seek Revenge wiU TICKETS $ 1.75 Children 6 to 12 GALA PROGRAM CLASS A STOCKS SUPER MODIFIED? FEATURES Fast Vi Mils Track BEAD THE WANT ADS! Against Blatz Beer of Galesburg have an opportunity to 'avenge its only loss of the season Sunday night, meeting the Rock Island Nationals on the H T. Custer Park diamond. Starting time is set at 7:45 with the game being played as a benefit for Terry Moore who was in* jured in action two weeks ago before the club had team insurance. The Nationals handed the locals a 6-5 setback in the season opener and since then the Galesburg team has won seven in a row. Nationals The game with the Rocks was called at the end of eight innings because of the park curfew. Either Dick Fillman (3-0) or Ed Havens (3-2) will get the mound call for Blatz Sunday night. Fillman has won his last two games in relief cool .370, and is batting % the outfield or the hill. playing in catching whe not o Mike just four games to date, Is lead- the team in hitting with a ing Lee vard is the No. 2 hitter at .444. Catcher George Shea is swinging at a .417 clip, playing manager Harold Holmes .353, outfielder Dick Johnson .318, first baseman Hod Johnson .333 and outfielder Gene Mendez READ THE WANT ADS! baseball MICRO-MIDGET UTOR White Sox vs. Red Sox About SQUIRES SPEEDWAY 1**2 t - DEPENDABLE, LOW COST 5 Mile* West Off Rte. 34 INSUR SATURDAY, JULY 1963 AVAILABLE Sportforad by Galesburg Jr. Chamber of Commerce • TIME TRIALS 1 P.M. All Proceed* for Youlh and Civic Project* # FIRST RACE % P.M. LEO , local service CRONIN TIME TRIALS RACES - - *:30 P.M. 7:30 P.M. A SPECIAL - LADIES' POWDER PUFF EVENT INSURANCE Honestly Rain Date for Joyces* July 4 Auto iact«. Best Policy Dial $1 Children under 12 with THE OUND CITIZEN 6413 Lunch On Grounds adult FREE

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