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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 18

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It datesbura faolstef*Mqil. Galesburg, 11), Manday, July 8. 1963 njury May Abruptly Halt Promising Career of Hart Major League Box Scores SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Jiifi- Hhy Mart looked great at the plate in his major league baseball de but Sunday, yet his 1963 career with the San Francisco Giants may have ended the day It started- victim of an errant pitch from Bob Gibson. "A disgrace/' Manager Alvin Clark said after X-rays showed Hart suffered a fractured shoulder Wade when hit by a Gibson pitch. , "An accident," the St. Louis Cardinals* right-hander maintained. Called up from Tacoma in the Pacific Coast League on Saturday, Hart saw his first action Sunday in the first game of a doubleheader. He had two singles and two walks in seven batting appearances as the Giants edged the Cards 4 -3 in 15 innings. In the second inning of the second game, the rookie third-baseman tried to duck away from the pitch that hit his left shoulder. Ernie Bowman, the next hitter, bad to back away from a pitch end when Gibson came to bat in the top of the third, the Giants' Juan Marichal whistled a pitch past his head. Plate umpire Al Barlick Grid Star Dies STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (UPI) —Dr. T. Bradley Sullivan, 46, a Little All-America lineman at Western Reserve in 1936 and 1937 and later football captain at Mich igan State, died Sunday at his home of cancer. charged to the mound with a warning that brings an automatic $50 fine. It also brought Dark from the dugout to protest. After the game in which Gibson hurled a 5-0 shutout, he said, "I think Marichal was throwing at me. If I had been throwing at Hand Decorated CAKES • All Occasions Bfrtbdays • weddings SCANDIA BAKERY ft LUNCH 326 B. Main St. Qualify for Public Links Tournament SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPD- Men from the nation's muncipal courses — who make up the majority of the country's golfers- tee off today in the final qualifying rounds of the National Public Links Tournament. They play 18 holes today, another 18 Tuesday, and then the field of 150 will be whittled down to 64 for match play starting Wednesday. The guesses are it will take a score of 150 or better to qualify for match play. The Haggin Oaks course, which has been honed to near perfection for this event, is playing though and there are ex pected to be few par busters. "It's the best course I've ever played on for a Public Links tournament," the defending champion, Dick Sikes, of Spring dale, Ark., said. "The fairways are just about perfect." To get the course ready, the city, of Sacramento closed it to the public for a whole month and gave up about $10,000 in green fees to make sure the USGA would be happy with it. "In all the years of the Public Links tournament," said P. J. Boatwright Jr., of the USGA, "I here never has been a course in as good condition as this one." the kid, he would have been just: fied. I wasn't. They told me Hart had hit pitches to the outside the plate and I was trying to throw him close." Dark refused to discuss the mat ter after the game, except to term the injury was a disgrace, After Dr. E. C. Sailer estimated Hart would be out for weeks, the manager added, "I don't see how he can play the rest of the year.' St. Louis Manager Johnny Keane said "I don't think Gibson threw at him. He doesn't even know Hart. I do think Marichal threw at Gibson in retaliation.' During spring training, Dark said his hurlers would throw at pitchers who deck Giant batters it's Weber's for fins Dinnerware $1 down — $1 week WEBER5 GIFT SHOP 149 EAST MAIN 342-1417 . Springfield, Peoria Lead College Loop . By United Press International Two sweeps and a split marked league doubleheaders Sunday. Lincoln took two from Champaign-Urbana 11-2 and 3-1. Spring field edged Galesburg 3-0 and 3-2 Bloomington split with Peoria taking the first 7-0 and dropping the nightcap 7-4. Springfield and Peoria were tied for first place in the Centra League today with identical 8-5 records. The most spectacular pitching performance of the day was turned in by Joe Hennessy (3-0) as he led Springfield to a first game win 3-0 on a one-hitter. He walked four to go the route. Bob Bogley's triple was Galesburg's only hit. Galesb, urg's Gary Bruington stole five bases, including home in the first inning, in the second game of the doubleheader against Springfield but in vain as Springfield scored two in the bottom of the seventh to win 3-2. Lincoln scored the most runs of any team during the day in their double win over Champaign-Ur bana that makes their record 7-6. They pounded out 12 hits for 14 runs in the twin-bill. Winning pitcher Tim Schmitz coasted to victory for Blooming ton by shutting out Peoria on two hits in the first game. Schmitz struck out six. GALESBURG'S GREATEST SHOE SALE Open Monday & Friday Nights till 9 P.M. AT BOWMANS - | 126TH SEMI-ANNUAL SALE OF FAMOUS BRAND SHOES Glamour Deb and Robinette flats. Reg. To $7.99 Buster Brown Glamour Debs dress and sport. Reg. To $8.99 Women's Air Step, Red Cross, Life Stride. Reg. To $15.95 Tweedie Air Step, Red Cross, Life Stride. Reg. To $18.95 THESE, AND A HOST OF OTHER BARGAINS, AWAIT YOUR SHOPPING PLEASURE cHteAao _ ab f ft M Landis 6 1 Weiss 5 1 Word 5 1 Robin'n 6 0 H'h'ger 6 1 Fox 5 0 McCr'w 6 0 Martin 4 0 Wilh'lm 4 O Brosn'nO 0 :L6mon 1 0 Pizarro 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 sostoit ifttkU SchlUi 'f 5 0 0 0 lias Mcj. Vtrtt'ki MaJzone StUart Cllntoil _ Bressoud 5 Tillman 4 Lamabe 1 #Manti'a 1 Radatz 0 bWillla's 1 Monb'q'e 1 Totals 48 4 15 41 Totals« 1 4 1 a—Struck out for Lamabe In 6th; b—struck out for Radatz In 8th; c— struck out for Bosnan In 11th. Score by innings: , _ . Chicago ooo ooo loo ooa -4 Boston 000 000 001 000—1 E—Tillman, Weis, Ward, McGraw, PO-A—Chicago 36-17, Boston 36-12. DP—Schilling, Bressoud and Stuart; Martin and Fox. LOB—Chicago 12, Boston 6; 2B—Robinson, Yastrazem- ski, Herhsberger, Fox; 3B—Landis; SB—Weis. lp h Wilhelmr 9 3 Brosnan 1 0 Pizarro W, 11-4 2 1 Lamabe 6 8 Radatz 2 2 Monb'q'te L, 11-6.4 5 r «f bbso 10 16 U — Flaherty, Hurley, DiMuro, Carrigan. T—2:50. A—17,611. SECOND GAME NEW YORK ab r hbl 5 10 0 5 0 0 3 1 Kubek Richa'n Tresh Pepit'e Berra Blanc'd Reed Lopez Boyer Willia'a Renifl; Bouton Ford 0 0 0 0 CLEVELAND ib f hbl Franco'a 3 dclaHoz 4 Kirkland 5 O Alvis 3 1 Whitfi'ld 4 0 Romano 4 0 bBrown 0 1 Luplow 3 1 Kindall 3 O cAdcock 1 Aberna'y O O Bell " ~ Ramos aGreen Wynn dAzcue 0 O 2 0 1 0 0 O 1 O Totals39 7 8 5| Totals 34 4 6 4 a—Struck out for Ramos in 7th; b —ran for Romano ih 9th; c— popped out for Kindall in 9th; d— singled for Wynn in 9th. Score by innings: New York OOO 022 000 3—7 Cleveland 100 010 002 0—4 E—delaHoz 3. PO-A—New York 30-9, Cleveland 30-13. DP—Kubek and Pepitone. LOB—New York 5, Cleveland 6. 2B—Francona, Blanchard, Alvis, Berra. HR—Lopez, Luplow. SF—Blanchard. Jp h xWilliams 5 3 Reniff 3'/ 3 2 Bouton W, 11-4 2/3 1 Ford 1 0 Ramos 7 4 Wynn 2 2 Abernathy L, 3 -1— % 2 Bell _•- Mi 0 f ir bbw 2 2 3 7 x—Faced two men in 6th. HBP—By Reniff, Alvis. PB— Romano. U — Honochick, Smith, Haller. Paparella. T—3:09. A—37,220. PHILADELPHIA ab r h bi 5 12 1 5 0 3 0 Taylor Callis'n Gonz'z Sievers Deme'r Hoak 4 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 3 2 Dalr'ple 2 0 0 aOldis 1 a Torre 1 Averill Amaro Mahaf'y 1 bCovi'n 1 Bald'un 0 dRojas 1 Duren 0 Green 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CHICAGO ab r h bl Landr'm Brock Williams Santo Banks Hubbs eBurton Bertell Ranew Rodgers Ellsw'th McDa'iel MAKING HIS MOVE Totals33 3 8 3| Totals 30 2 4 2 a—Grounded out for Dalrymple in 7th; b—flied out for Mahaffey in 7th; c—called out on strikes for Oldis in 8th; d—singled for Baldschun in 9th; e—struck out for Hubbs in 9th. Score by innings: Philadelphia 001 000 011—3 Chicago 000 101 000—2 E—Amaro. PO-A — Philadelphia 27-12, Chicago 27-14. DP—Hubbs, Rodgers and Banks. LOB—Philadelphia 8, Chicago 5. 2B—Hoak, Sievers, Williams. 3B — Callison, Amaro. SB—Demeter. S—Mahaffey. SF—Santo. lp h Mahaffey 6 4 Baldschun W, 6-4—2 0 Duren '/a 0 Green =$ 3 0 x Ellsworth 7 6 McDaniel L, 5-3 __2 2 r »t bbso 2 1 O O 0 O 0 0 2 2 1 1 x—Faced three men in 8th. PB—Ranew. U — Pryor, Smith, Secory, Jackowski. T—2:45. A— 18,277. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Bowman's will gladly exchange; give a refund or credit; and in every way try to please you! HILL ARCADE BLDG. 342-1313 Galesburg, III. WHERE YOU'll FIND YOUR EXACT SIZEI SECOND GAME ST. LOUIS | SAN FRANCISCO ab r hbl| ab r hbl Javier Groat 4 White 4 Musial 4 dCarm'l 0 McCar'r 4 Boyer 4 James 4 Flood 3 Gibson 3 0 0 0 Kuenn 5 0 1 110 Hiller 4 0 1 0 0 0 McCovey 3 0 10 13 2 Mays 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 Bailey 4 0 0 110 Cepeda 3 0 0 0 10 Hart 0 0 111 aDaven't 2 O 10 0 cHaller 1 0 0 1 21 Pagan 0 0 Bowman 4 0 Marichal 2 0 bAlou 1 0 Duffalo 0 0 eA'ftano 1 0 Totals34 5 8 ,5| Totals 33 0 6 0 a—Ran for Hart in 2nd; b—fouled out for Marichal in 7th; c —called out on strikes for Davenport in 8th; d—ran for Musial in 9th; e—fouled out for Duffalo in 9th. Score by innings: St. Louis 000 000 203—5 San Francisco 000 000 000—0 E—None. PO-A—St. Louis 27-4, San Francisco 27-9. LOB—St. Louis 5. San Francisco 10. 3B—McCarver, James. HR—Musial. SB—Flood, S »—Javier. ip Gibson W. 8-4 9 Marichal L, 13-4 —7 Duffalo _,. h r »r bbao 6 0 0 2 8 5 2 2 0 1 3 3 3 2 0 HBP—By Gibson, Hart. Cepeda. U—Barlick, Vargo, Harvey, weyer, NIGHT GAME MILWAUKEE | HOUSTON ab r h bi Maye 2 10 0 Boiling 4 13 0 H.Aar'n 4 0 0 0 Torre 3 10 0 Mathe's 3 111 Oliver 3 0 0 0 Jones Merike 1 0 4 0 Crand'l 4 0 0 0 Spahn 4 0 0 0 ab r h bl 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 0 Fazio Temple 4 Runnels 4 Warwick 3 Staub 4 Goss 3 Campb'll 3 Lillis 3 0 0 Umbric't 2 0 0 Farrell 0 0 0 aBate'an 10 0 Zachary 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Totals32 4 6 4| Totals 31 0 5 0 a -Struck out for Farrell in 8th. Score by innings: Milwaukee .-000 000 130—4 Houston 000 000 000—0 E -Temple. PO-A—Milwaukee 2T- 7, Houston 27-7. DP—Tone. Menke and Torre; Umbricht. Lillis and Runnels. LOB—Milwaukee 5, Houston 5. 3B—Menke. Spahn W. 12-4 £ Umbricht h, 2-3 —7 Faxi-ell 1 Zachary 1 b r er bbso 5 0 0 1 4 4 1118 2 3 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 U — Crawford, Venzon, Steiner, Donatelli. T—2:06. A—9,665. FAIR TOMORROW Time to Insulal* wmm PHONE *42 -<m* Walker Cup BALTIMORE (NEA) — The Walker Cup Match is scheduled for the Five Farms Course of the Baltimore Country Club Sept. 34. . Bobby Walston, end and place- kicker who retired recently from the National Football League, played 148 consecutive games in 12 years with the Philadelphia Eagles. Manila Match MANILA (NEA) — FlasA Elorde, world junior lightweight champion, will meet Love Allotey of Ghana in a 10-round, nontitle match in Manila Aug. 3. CAREFUL PREPARATION FOR CARE-FREE TRAVEL ... GET GM DEALER SERVICE BEFORE YOU TRAVEL Smart gal! Organized! Everything will be in apple-pie order before the trip. Next on the list: a thorough Guardian Maintenance check at her General Motors dealer's. He has everything it takes to give your GM car a better run for the money. Genuine GM parts.., professional GM training and know-how,,. special tools and facilities to do the job right at a fair price, Get GM dealer service before you leave. It's first class all the way-the only way to go!, IfB YOUR JjgJ WAWTV PCALER FOR THE BE*T KIND OF SERVIC 6 / \JV |AINTENANQjE ^X CHEVROLET t PONTJAC t OLPSMOB1LE t BUIQK t CADILLAC • CMC TRUCK Open Tonight Until 9f~ JULY SALE On Summer Clothing ond Hot Weather Items- STARTS TONIGHT Woman'* Jamaica* Lara* assortment. Regular $2.91 and $3.91. Sixes 10 to 18. Women's Sleeveless BLOUSES $| 58 All remaining $1.98 and $2.98 blouses. Solids and prints. Women'* BETTER DRESSES $700 Dresses of all types that sold to $17.95. Nearly all sizes. Women's SUMMER Sleepwcar $| 66 Pajamas or gowns. Solids or prints. Sizes 34 to 40. Children's Playwear 77c Shorts, blouses, play suits, polos. Huge assortment. Girls' 3 to 14 SUMMER DRESSES $144 Summer dresses In solids or prints. Regular to $2.98. Child's Better Playwear $| 44 Shorts, iwlmiwiti, blouses, short sets. Many to cheese from. Boys' or Girls' Panamas $| 38 leys* sizes 3 to !?• Girls met 3 to 14. All wtton. Just Say "Charge It" at Kline's. 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