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34 GolesburQ RegiSter-Meiil, Golesburg/lll. Wfedntkjoy/April 18, 1973 Streaks in Key Games '§^lesburg is currently leading in the western Big Six Conference baseball race, but action in: the next few days will just about tell the story. ' Coach Bob' Seal's Silver Streaks, who are 2-0 in the con* feronce and 5-2 over-all, will be host to Quincy Thursday at the GHS diamond and travel to Quincy Saturday for games with Rock Island and Alleman. An three are league games. The home game Thursday is scheduled for 4 p.m. with games at Quincy Saturday set to start gkt '.'l2 noon and 2 p.m. ; If the Streaks can sweep the tiiree conference games they win clinch the title but if they win just two out of the three they will have a good shot at a tie. Coach Beal is pleased with the progress of the team and the play of late. "We're executing and making the plays we have to make," Beal explained. "We need to improve our hitting, but the defense has been good and pitchers have been great. "Sam (Rescinito) is ahead of the schedule I had figured for him," Beal said. Rescinito, a sophomore, has been assigned the task of holding down the key shortstop position. Beal was especially happy with some performances from the bench in Saturday's two wins. After a double steal in the sixth inning with the score tied at 1-1, Chuck Sundberg came off the bench to bunt and squeeze home the winiling run. In the second game of the afternoon with East Moline, Jerry Bllxt bunted home what proved to be the deciding run in a 4-0 triumph. Forrey Franckey pitched a 1 hitter in the second game Saturday, losing his no«hit bid on a swinging bunt in the seventh inning. He is now 1-1 for the season but has allowed just two hits in two games. In tomorrow's home game with Quincy, it will be Tim Hayden, who is the leading chucker Carl Sandburg Is Defeated In Arrowhead Conference MOLINE — Poor diamond Cortdition forced a switch in location of Carl Sandburg's Ar- irowhead Conferm:e opener Tuesday, and it turned out to tHel'bad for the Chargers. ;;^andburg, wliidi had two conference games and a non-conference contest canceled after the Chargers' season opener April 6, was to host Black Hawk in a douibleheader Tuesday. However, the field condition sent the Chargers to Moline, WHfe're they were shut out 9-0 by Black Hawk. Only the second game oif the season for Sandburg, the Obarg- ecgi^re now 1-1. The Chargers defeated the Augustana junior tdrslty 6-1 in the first game of the'"season. ]|ight Teams 111 Olympics Yorkwood MONMOUTH - Yorkwood and; Warren High Schools wiU cQ-host the first annual Blue drjidi Gold Olympics to be held Thursday night on the Yorkwood 'track. . Eight schools will be repre- febhfed in the meet. Along with hosts Yorkwood and Warren,! Alcdo, Fort Madison Aquinas, j Beardstown, Cambridge, Mc-! tropolis and Union will be com-: poling. .There will be a pentathalonj held withi one member from, oa«h of the schools competing: in*five events — shot put, high| jiUQip, 120-yard high hurdles,: }00-yard dash and mile run. | oil'- . i Competition in the field events l win begin at 4 p.m. with preliminaries of running events stdi^ting at 4:30 and the finals afl Thursday afternoon Sandbung is scheduled to go back into action in a single conference game at Kishwaukee. The first three and a half innings of Tuesday's contest went scoreless, but the Black Haiwks got to Sandburg pitcher Dan Bess for five runs in the ibottom of the fourth frame. Black Haiwk added three scores in the seventh and one in the eighth inning for tiie final 9-0 decision. Bess, who went three and two- thirds innings, was credited with the loss. Lund went the distance for Black Hawk and received the win. Sandburg knocked out eight hits in 34 times at bat, but was never able to bring in a run. Bjtadc Hawk pounded out 14 hits in 37 trips to the plate for nine runs. Tim Coley and Maik Georges both got two hits in four at bats for the Chargers. Top hitter for Black Hawk was Pagett, who went three for four at the plate. Carl taadburg Blaek Hawk Coley Wlnso Geortfes Smith Jones Johnson Hockhold MUler Spillers Webber Tate Covert McNaught Bess Van B'ker Total Score by Innings: Carl Sandburg - 000 000 000—0 Black Hawk 000 800 31x—B ab t h ab t h 4 0 2 IPetero 4 0 2 4 0 1 IBriks 0 1 0 4 0 2 Kays 3 0 0 .3 » 0 Lamb'cht 2 1 1 .1 0 0 Jasch S 1 2 4 0 1 Kuhlman 3 1 1 2 0 0 Brelby 2 0 0 2 0 1 Pagett 4 2 3 2 0 0 Holstet'er 3 1 1 0 0 0 Miles 3 1 2 1 0 0 Peters 0 0 0 2 0 0 Hamer 4 1 2 2 0 1 Lund 4 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 34 0 8 Total 37 "9 1 BOWLING PACESEHERS Following are Individual scratch scores and team handicap total! •xcept where otherwlsa nottd. NIGHT-NIGHT LEAGUE High team series, Slumber Bags, 1732; High team game, Slumber Bags, 620. High individual series, Marion Wick, 513; High individual game, Marion Wick, 208, COMMUNITY BANK ALL STAR LEAGUE High team series. Savings Accounts, 1511; High team game, Time Certificates, 636. High individual series, Pat Threet 547; High individual game, Elsie Shragal, 207. PIN PAL LEAGUE High team series, Community BanK, 2590; High team game. Community Bank. 900. High individual scries, Norma Chambers, 407; High individual game, Joan Campbell, 196. INDIAN LEAGUE High team scries, Chicawaus.i 1754; High team game, Chicawaus,! 607. 1 High individual series, Sarah May,; 482; High individual game, Sarah' May, 175. ] PIN-UP LEAGUE High team series, Satety Pins, 2714; High team game, Safety Pins, 954. High individual series, Marge Reeves, 506; High individual game, B. Alexander, 197. NORTHGATE MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE > High team series, Corbln'a Refrigeration, 3198; High team game, Fidelity Federal. U02. High Individual series, Sam Pica, 631; High individual game, Vince Mooney, 255. RAILROAD LEAGUE High team series, Gale Ward, 3126; High team game, Louis Lakis Ford, 1080. High individual series. Jack Ball, 633; High individual game, Tiny Foster, 235. ACE LEAGUE High learn series, Galesburg Bowl, 3083; High team game, Galesburg Bowl, 1069. High individual series, Ned Anderson, 609; High individual game, W«lly Ehrcnhardt, 231. ACE LEAGUE High team scries. Hinchliff-Pearson-West, .1027; High team game. Gins Real EsUte, 1092. High individual series, Fory Barton. 614; High individual game, Fory Barton, 244. ABBE.ETTES LEAGUE High team series, Abingdon Rock Co.. 2758; High team game, Abingdon Hock Co., 054. High individual series. Sherry McNecJy, 561; High Individual game, Sherry McNeely, 210, rUNLOVERS LEAGUE High team series. Strike Outs, 2337; High team game, Lucky Strikes. 823. High Individual series (men), Dee Fengel. 917; (women) Dot Geff. 53$; High individual game (men), Dee Fengtl. 213; (women) Dot Go{(. 214. for the Streaks at 2-0, or Dtn* r.y Scott. Likely starters for the double^ header at Quincy Saturday are Dan Jacobs, 2-1, and Franek* ey. Mike Thompson will be in the bullpen as the No. 1 reliever. Beal is hoping for a contin* ued break from the weather which has allowed good workouts for the pitchers and intensive batting practices for the last two days. The veteran Galesburg coach, who has directed Streak diamond squads to 136 wins and 34 losses, says that the hitters are starting to make good contact and that the extra batting practice will pay off. Spalding Wins In Triangular MONMOUTH-Peoria Spalding had too many "horses" in a triangular meet here Tuesday as the Irish defeated Monmouth and Aledo. Spalding had 101 points, Monmouth 41 and Aledo 29>^. Spalding also won the fresh man-sophomore meet with 83 points. Monmouth had 69 and Aledo 23. Shot — Nastrick (A). Biga (S), Brooks (M), Boruff (A). Dlitanec 44-2'/a. Dlscua — BJga (8), Boruff (A), Cleary (S), Spitz (M). Dlatanca 121-9. Long Jump — flmlth (S). Braigi (S). Lawson (A), Oeuger (M). OS- tance. 20-10. High Jump — Malmqulst (M). Miller (A), Brokaw (A>. Braggs (S). Height S-e'/4. Pole Vaiilt — Fry (S), Canlon (M), Memingar (A), Havman (A), and Halliman (S) tied for fourth. Height 10 feet. Triple Jump — Leary (S), Malm­ qulst (M), Harbers (S), Sollenberger (M). DIstanca 3(1-8, 100 — Smith (S), Daniels (S), Anderson (A), HaUlday (M). Time 220 — Daniels (S), Fitzgerald (S), Anderson (A), HaUlday (M). Time 23.4. 440 — Daniels (S), Bour (M), O'Donall (S), BUck (A). Time 880 — Lawson (A), McCloud (S), Erickson (M). Hitz (S). Time 2:06.6. MUe — McCloud (S). Lofsdon (S). Quinn (S), Doughthery (S). Time 4:63.3. 2 MUe — Feeney (S). Logsdon (S). Adolphcon (A). Robert (S). Time 10:29.9. 120 High Hurdles — Winyers (M). Leary (S). Miller (A), Keyes (S). Thne 16,5. 180 Low Hurdles — Braggs (S), Leary (S), Taylor (M). Bennett (A). Time 22.1. . 440 Relay — Spalding, Monmouth. Time 47.6. 880 Relay — Monmouth (Taylor, Winters, Pyrle, Sollenberger). Aledo. Time 1 :43. Mile Relay — Spalding, Monmouth. Time 3:48.8. Avon Hosts Invitational Tournament AVON - Fifteen schools wil be represented in (he 90th Mi- nual Avon InvltatiOfial l^ck Meet schedided here for Thursday night. Southern is one <rf the teams competing and will be out to repeat as meet champions with Alexis and Astoria l^gured to be the strongest chaHleitgers. Other teams entered are Brimlield. Colchester, Cuba mini Bluffis, UawAxy, UtUrpe Seymour, Roievllle, Valley, Ma comb Westen, Yates City and host Avon. Field events arc scheduled to get under way at 5 o'clock and track preliininarles at 5:45. HO Yd. MH - W. Abbott, Western, leSi, IS.fl. 100 Vd> Oaah — Hammond, Western, 19SS, 10.3. MUe Run — Jacobs, Stronfhurat, 1064, 4:35,3. 880 Yd. Relay —. Astoria, 1M4 1:37.8. 440 Yd. Dash — Hammond, Western, 19M, :S2.7. 180 Yd. LH — Bradshaw, Rose- VUle, 1889, :21.3 880 Yd. Run — St. John, Col- cheater, 1983, 2:01,0. 220 Yd. Run — Cook, BifgsvUIc- 10B7r Avery, Xlrkwood, 10S3, :23.8 Mile Relay — RosevlUe, 1968, 3:39.8. Shot Put Hayes, Alexis, 1887, 82' 10«,i". Dlicui — Laughead, Alexis, 1963, 137' 8". High Jump — Hancock, lUinl Bluffa, 1B70, .6' yA"- Broad Jump — Hancock, Illlnl Bluffs, 1970. 20'6". Pole Vaufc — Creek, Alexia, 1970, 12* a%". 2 Mile Run — Johnson, Alexli, 1971, 10:20.3. Major League Box Scores TexM gr t hki 9 3 6 0 0 0 pstelA 3 0 1 0 early .10 0 0 Johnson 3 0 3 0 Bittner 10 0 0 Bui-'oghs 4 0 0 0 Billings 3 0 0 0 Kelly May Relch't 0 Allen 8 ChieeM sterzek ab » hM Lov)t» S 0 1 8 MaddOx 4 0 3 9 Bostttmt 0 3 0 Muser 0 0 0 Melton 3 12 Morales 0 o o 0 Hend'on 5 0 1 Toulon Wins Track Meet With ROVA TOUJ[/)N - The Toulon varsity and junior varsity track teams defeated ROVA 75-52 and 88-39, respectively, here Tuesday afternoon. Phil Orwjg was a triple winner for Toulon with firsts in the high and low hurdles as well as in (he high jump. ROVA's Netoon, Graves and Cahill swept the riMt put event. 3 Mite — Drelman (T), Woodside^ ^(H),R. Brown (R). Time kigh Hurdles — Or wig (T), Cinnamon (T), Truelove (R). Time ' 100 — Rhodes (R), Stapel (T), Currier (T). Time :ll.l. Lonf Jump — Olmsted (T), Stapef (T), Rhodes (R). Distance '^8 ^6 — Fogelsong (T), Erickson (R), Jackson (T). Time 2:11.5. Shot — Nelson (R), Graves (R), CahlU (R). DUtance 41-IOV4, 440 — Webster (T), Du. Daum (T), Naalund (R). Time :B5.7. Olflcus — Price (T), Graves (R), CahUI <R). Distance 121-7. Low Hurdles — Orwlg (T), Farrell (R), Cinnamon (T). Time :21.7. High Jump — Orwli (T), Cinnamon (T), Larson (R). Heilht S-8. MUe — Anderson (R), De. Daum (T), Glbbs (R). Time 4:59.2. Pole Vault — Du. Daum (T), Frail (T), Naslund (R). Height 11-0. 230 — Farrell (R), Rhodes (R). Stapel (T). Time :24.0. MUe Relay — won by Toulon. Hudson Gotel'ki Stanh'se Andre's 4 1 S 0 Herr'nn 2 2 0 0 Brlnk'n l 0 l 0 Otta 5 2 2 1 Leon 2 2 11 Fisher 0 0 0 0 Total 36 10 16 0 Total 33 8 9 Score by innings: JfKas 000 000 023— 8 Chlo'io ---.^-...030 031 lOx—10 E—flarrah. BllHrt|f«. DP-Texas 2, Chlcefo 2. LOB-Texas 6, Chlcoto is— Nelson. Andrews, Allen, Henderson. HB-Nelion 2 (S), Melton (2). SB—Leon. S—Maddox. Bosman (L1-2) 4% 8 6 3 3 3 Hudson 1/322220 Gotelewkl . 13 1110 Stanhouse , 2 .T 1 l 2 2 Fisher (W 1-1) g 9 5 6 4 6 Chieafo •b r h bl Monday 4 111 Carde'al 4 0 10 Wiriems 4 0 0 0 Pepit'ne 3 0 0 0 Santo 3010 Beckert 4 0 10 Hundley 4 0 0 0 Kes'ngers 0 10 Jenkins 3 0 u 0 New YorH ab t hbl Har'son 4 0 10 MUIan 3 0 0 0 Milner 3 0 10 Staub 3 0 0 0 Jones 3 0 0 0 Fregosl 3 0 0 0 Childs 3 0 0 0 Dyer 2 0 0 0 K'nep'l 10 0 0 Grote 0 0 0 0 Seaver 3 0 0 0 Total 32 1 5 11 Total 28 0 2 0 Score by Innings: Chicago 000 100 000—1 New York - 000 000 000-0 LOB—Chicago 6, New York 3. HR—Monday (1). S— MlUan. ip h r er bb le Jenkins (W 1-1) - 9 2 0 0 1 5 Seaver (L 2-1) 9 5 112 5 PB— Hundley. T—1:45. A—14,549. Time 3:47.3. 880 Relay — Time 1:45.3. won by ROVA. Houston ab r h bi Wynn 3 0 10 Torrez 4 110 Cedeno 4 0 2 0 Watson 3 0 11 Agee 4 12 0 Edwards 4 0 0 0 Rader 4 0 0 0 Helms 4 0 11 Wilson 2 0 0 0 Gal'her 1 0 0 0 Glad'ng 0 0 0 0 Total 33 2 8 2 Score hy Innings: Houston 000 000 110—2 Los Angeles .—...202 030 OOx—7 E— Wynn, Edwards, Lacy. LOB— Houston 6, Los Angeles 7. 2B—Cedeno 2, Helms, Buckner, Crawford, Garvey. HR—Davis (1), Cey (1). S—Watson. SB—Davis. Let Angetei ab r h bi Lacy 5 0 10 Buck'er 5 2 2 0 Davis 4 3 3 2 Cra'ford 4 0 12 Fergu'n 2 10 0 Garvey 4 0 2 0 Cey 3 113 Russell 4 0 10 Mes'ith 4 0 10 Total 35 7 12 7 Avon Takei First in Own Quadrangulai AVON ~ The Avon traclc squad won its own quadrangular meet here Tuesday afternoon. Avon totaled 73 points to 42 for Abingdon^ 31% tor Southern and 18Mi (or Western. Greg (3i«tterton of Avon was the only double fint place finisher. Chatterton won the lOO and 220>yard dashes. Shot D. Smith (A). Hayes (S),| Lawson (A), Owen (Ab). Distance 41-10. Discus — Hayea (S), Walters (A), 1 Rathke (A), Redman (W). Distance 186-81 /2. High Jump — Johnson (S), McIntyre (S), Heimel (Ab), Pangres (S). Height 8-10. Long Jiimp — HaU (A), Heimel (Ab), Owen (Ab), Johnaon (S). Distance ig-l!'/4. Pole Vault — Kcever (S), Walters (A), C. Keever (S) and Ebany (A) tied for third place. Height 10 feet. 3 Mile — FauUu (W). Maloney (A), Lebeak (S). Manglerl (Ab). Time 11.4. High Hurdles — Manglerl (Ab), Powell (A). F. Johnson (S), Hitz (A). Time 14.8. 100 — Chatterton (A), Thomas (Ab), and Hall (A), tied for second. Ebany (Ab). Time 10.55. 880 — WUIlamion (A), Sandercock (Ab), J. Hull (W), Ferris (Ab). Time 2:07,6. 880 Relay — Avon, Abingdon, Western, Time 1:38.1, 440 — Sloan (A). Beasley (Ab), G. Hall (A), Mclntyre (S), Time :55.i. Low Hurdles — Thomas (Ab), Davis (A) and Kellogf (W) tied for second, Powell (A). Time :32.7. Mile — Hltz (A), Paullaa (W), Newman (Ab), Ebany (Ab). Time 8:01.2. 220 — Chatterton (A). Dave Hall (A). Heimel (Ab). Wyne (W). Time :23.3. MUe Relay — Avon, AbinfCdon, Southern. Time 3:55.5. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! NBA Standinjis (Division Finals Best of Seven) East w. I. pet. Boston 1 0 1.000 New York 0 1 .000 West GOODYEAR -TIMETOBUY!- DOUBLE BELTED TIRES cusniM POLYSIEELTIRES w. I. 1 0 0 1 pet. 1.000 .000 Los Angeles Golden State Tuesday's Results Los Angeles 101 Golden State 99 (Only game scheduled) Wednesday's Game Boston at New York (Only game scheduled) ieago Teams Triumph B.V. United Press International hits in a 10-5 win over the complete game by a Cub pitcher Giiiicago fans were heateneci Texas Rangers, this season. The Canadian right- Tuesday by a pair of route- Jeiiitins, in his third try for'hander, who is seeking his gofrig pitching victories. Fergu- his first victory of the young | seventh straight 20 - victory son. Jenkins of the Cubs twirled season, outdueled the Mets' j('t^0-hit shutout in defeating the i Tom Seaver on the strength of New York Mets 1-0, and Eddie | a fourth-inning homer by Rick Fisher, the White Sox' veteran j Monday. Kniickleballer, scattered ninej Jenkins' win was the first White Sox Pilot Working Righthanded Kniickleballer By ED SAINSBURY UPI Sports Writer Iiim for a two-run homer. In the ninth, Joe Lovitto and season in 1973, retired the last 18 Mets to face him. New York managed only three baserunners off Jenkins on a first-inning single by Bi^d Harrelson, a fourth - inning single by John Milner and a walk to Milner in the first. Suffers First Loss Seaver, who suffered his first loss after two victories, retired the first nine men he faced '^CllICAViO"'(Ul '^l)'-T 'hicago'Madd'ox bea^^^ Monday popped the first \yiiilf Sox Manager Chuck Tan-and Nel.son whacked anotiicr P't'-''' ^'"^ ^0"''^^ '""'"K iier, who two yeans ago convert-,home run to account for all thC:"^ ^''^ ^^e ud a left-handed knucklcball re-,Texas runs. ('"bs' second homer of the sea- iiof pitcher into the starling lo-' "He hit both of them on '•'t" Cliicagoans were lation as a 20-game winner ap-knuckiers," Fisher said. "il»;ld to four .singles the rest of pears to be working the same:don't know what he's doing or^'^'^ Seaver. magic with a right - handed]what I'm doing, but 1 remem- The White Sox came to life knuckleballer. iber the first time I faced himl^^'^sday by scoring in double last year, too, he hit a home figures for the first time this run." year. Bill Melton chalked up Fisher, already in the Ameri-^his 100th career home run and can League record book for most relief appearances and most innings pitched in relief, second of -the season, good for two rijns, and Pat Kelly hit a bas^s - loaded single, good for This y e a r's experiment Ivvljtched 36 • year - old Eddie Fisher from the bullpen to a position as one of the three<man pitching rotation of the White Sox and Tuesday he pitched a complete game. Although he allowed nine bits in. a 10-5 win for the Sox over I about 10 years." the Texas Rangers, it was his, "I've never been in a regular first victory of the season j pitching rotation," he said, against one defeat. Tanner's previous conversion j Bosman and was part of a five- n&xcept for the Rangers' lead- of a knuckleballer to a starting!run fifth inning for the Sox. The off man, Dave Nelson, Fisher role was lefthander Wi 1 b u r'drive followed a single by Dick rnjght have had a shutout. He Wood, who two years ago won Allen, who had three hits for blanked the Rangers for seven 22 games and last year 24 as the afternoon, and preceded a inning,!) oii four hits until the u startei', Iwiding the league in double by Mike Andrews, who eighth when he walked Elliott j^ames started and inning a was 2-for-4 in the designated M^^x waA Nelson clippedjjiidied. ^hitter role. 1 said it was "about the first two more, to highlight the win complete game I've pitched in!over the Rangers. Melton's homer, which reached the upper deck in left field, came off losing pitcher Dick Andrews' safety brought in a new pitcher, Charlie Hudson, who promptly walked Ed Herrmann. Jorge Orta singled home Andrews and Eddie Leon walked to load the bases. That brought up Kelly who singled to center scoring Herrmann and Orta. Carlos May had three hits and two RBI 's for the Sox and Melton in addition to his homer had a single which drove in a run. Almost A Sliutout Eddie Fisher's first win of the season against one loss might have been a ."ihutout if not for the first two homers of the year by the Rangers' Dave Nelson who drove in all the Texas runs. Nelson came up with a two-run blast in the eighth and tagged a three-run homer in the ninth inning. Fisher 36 who already holds the American League record for most innings pitched in relief and most relief appearances life time esthnated that the complete game was his first in about 10 years. This is Fisher 's 15th season in the majors. The Sox and the Rangers go at it again today at Sox Park with another knuckleballer, Wilbur Wood, scheduled to start for Chicago versus Texas' Mike Paul. 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