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College Teatn P : ,< LOOMINGTON—Bloom- r • n 4 - ington used a five^run first inning to spark a 7-5 tri* ~ umph over Galesburg here, Tuesday night. Galesburg made a bid to tie the count in the final frame, but a great running catch by Bloomington centerfielder Mike Neal robbed Ron Jones of a probable home run. Bob Bigley, Galesburg right- fielder, doubled to rightfield with one out in the seventh. Jones then hit a long drive to center- fielder which Neal grabbed some 400-ft. from home plate. Jones represented the tying run. Tim Murtaiigh singled with the bases loaded for Bloomington's first marker of the game. A second run scored on the play when Bigley bobbled the ball in right- field. Doug Rader then tripled down the rightfield line to score two more runs. Bloomington tallied its fifth marker of the inning TV' when Dennis DellaPina stole home on a delayed steal with runners on first and third. Bloomington added what proved to be the deciding mark- July 9—Galesburg at Bloomington, 6 p. m.; Lincoln at Peoria, 8 p. m.; Springfield at Champaign- Urbnna, 6 p. m. July 10—Bloomington at Champaign-Urbana, 6 p. m.; Galesburg at Peoria, 8 p. m.; Springfield at Lincoln/ 6:30 p. m. July 11—Champaign-tJrbana at Lincoln, 5:30 p. m.; Peoria at Bloomington, 6 p. m,; Springfield at Galesburg, 6 p. m. July 13—Champaign-Urbana at Galesburg (2), 1:30 p. m.; Bloomington at Lincoln (2), 1 p. m.; Peoria at Springfield (2), 1 p. m. July 14—Peoria at Cnampaign- Urbana (2), 1:30 p. m.; Galesburg at Lincoln, (2) 1:30 p. m.; Bloomington at Springfield (2), 6 p. m. c.rs with single runs in the second and the third frames. In the second inning, Tom Simon, Galesburg ccnterfield, singled to right to score Ron Jones who had walked to Dedeux, who had walked behind Jones, went to third on the play and came ncrosi the plate on a sacrifice fly by Dewey Kalmer. Gary Bruirigton walked to start off the third. Dennis Doyle forced Bruington and stole second base. Doyle went to third when the Bloomington catcher's throw went into centerfield and came in + to score when the centerfielder's throw got by the third baseman. Denny Hanssen reached first on an error to start the fifth inning. Bruington walked, and Doyle followed with to a single to right score Hanssen. Bigley then singled to score Bruington and end the Galesburg run production for the evening. The local collegians will be in Peoria tonight before, returning home for a 6 p.m. contest with Springfield at Thomas H. Blodg- Gale Ward Victorious In BR Play A four-run sixth inning netted Knoxville a come-frofn-behlnd 5-4 victory oVer Cliff Anderson, Tuesday night, at H. T. Custer Park. Gale Ward defeated Hinchliff & Pearson, 13-2, in other action at H. T. Custer. Knoxville tallied four markers in the sixth to overcome a 3-1 deficit. Cliff Anderson tallied one run in the bottom of the sixth, but it was not enough to win, Bruce Mopping picked up the while Greg Monson was with the defeat. Nelson's trio of hits sparked Gale Ward's Babe Ruth Bruce Menke Galesbur victory, charged Dave start off the inning. Justin ^tt Field. League gained triumph, credit for the victory, LaViolette was the losing pitcher. Knoxville (5) ab t J.Albright 3 0 Nelson 4 Tasker 1 D.Albright 2 JC Jamboree Red Sox Set Friday at p u U JJ pset Lombard Field 1 4 I ' The Sports Galesburg Jaycee — Jamboree will be held this Friday ...on Lombard Field at 5 p.m. Those interested should contact Bob Kimball (342-5796) Thursday night to enter. Registration is scheduled for 4 1 i n.p.m, Friday. Boys and girls between the ages ;, c of 10 and 15 are eligible to com- ^•pete with practice scheduled at ~ Lombard Field at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. _ If the participation in this meet ? is large.enough the winners will • advance to Pekin July 27 for the ! * sectional. Winners at Pekin ad! vance to the state finals to be ; held in Bloomington. 4 « 9 V 1 X t 4 I t- v The last-place Red Sox pulled the biggest upset of the year, Tuesday night, in dealing the league-leading Tigers, a 2-1 defeat at O. N. Custer Park in Little League action. The Cubs scored an 11-6 triumph over the Dodgers in the first game of the evening. Larry Hayes scattered six hits in pitching the Red Sox to victory. Bruce McGrlff, the losing hurler, limited the Red Sox to a single hit. The Tigers and the Red Sox both scored solo markers in the fourth inning, but the Sox added a run in the fifth inning. Roger Cirimotich, Larry Olmsted, Don MacLean, Ruben Triplets and Bob Hick all had a pair of hits to account for the Cubs' 10-hit total Greg Taylor had a trio of hits in four trips to pace the Dodgers. Triplett was the winning pitcher. Tonight, the Yankees and the Red Sox will go at 5:45, while the Giants and Dodgers are slated for action at 7:30. Friday night, a pair of all-star games arc on tap at the Little League park. Tigen (1) ab r h DO YOU HIT THE PAVEMENT POOPED? Everyone can't be gloriously happy, but they can at least be cool. The VEEP by ARA puts automobile air conditioning within the reach of one and all. Just imagine volumes of wintry air pouring into the interior of your car as you laugh at smothiring heat with tha windowi rolled up. Pull radius vents control tha output from two powerful blower wheels to diract'air where and when you want it. Try it for yourself, Comfort all the way with ARA Webber Haw ley Lukett McGriff Sink Shannan Allison 4 2 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Newbaum 2 0 0 Clark Miller Rob er son Hegley 10 01 0 1 10 0 1 0 0 Totals 27 1 6 Wilmot Johnson Steck Nelson Hayes Lytle Kirkendall Johnson St.George Aldus Gibbs Rooney Rad Sox (2) ab r h 10 0 2 1 0 10 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 2 10 10 0 2 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 o Totals 16 2 1 Score by innings: Tigers _ 000 10O—1 Red Sox 000 llx—2 Winning pitcher. Hayes; losing pitcher, McGriff. Dodgers (6) 1 $299.95 Xmlalled BOB'S ALINEMENT 468 S, KELLOGG 342-6215 Main Nelson Stromson Taylor S i mm oris G or ham Ha r dine Ryner Blixt Kennedy Johnson Winter Bick ab r 0 0 3 4 4 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 hi 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 Cubi ab Tolle Cirimotich Hick Wilcox Olmsted Clague MacLean Hegg Triplett 3 4 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 x h 0 0 3 2 2 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 2 25 11 10 Totlas 29 6 0| Totals Score by innings: Dodgers 003 300—6 Cubs —303 32x—11 Winning pitcher, Triplett; losing pitcher, Taylor. «. + r * •v v.- a." . _ a. I * - + h + ri • • \ X l n • V _ , P #• - ^ Hear Dale Adkins with The Sports Parade each afternoon at 5:30. • • mmmmm SOUND CITIZEN 1400 ON YOUR DIAl Galesburg (5) ab Bruington 2 Doyle 4 Bigley 4 Jones 3 Johnson 1 Warren 2 bHuffman 1 Dedeaux 2 Simon 3 Kalmer 2 Brown 1 Hanssen 1 aFeldman 1 Reis 0 r 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 h 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 Bloomington (7) ab f h Vallejo 3 0 0 McBryde 3 2 1 Wolff 2 11 Bullock 10 1 Scheinb'm 10 1 Neal 10 0 Murtaugh 3 11 Rader 3 0 1 DellaPina 4 2 2 Steward 3 0 0 Peters 10 0 Totals 25 7 8 Hulick 4 Kenett 2 Roycc 4 Thompson 2 Hopping 3 Walker 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 h 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 Totals 24 5 4 Cllif Anderson (4) ab t h Dalton 2 2 0 Frazier 3 0 0 Cheesman 3 0 0 Anderson 4 0 1 Schuman 3 0 0 Roberson 3 0 1 Hinkle 12 1 Coleman 2 0 1 Monson 3 0 1 F Johnson 10 0 A.Johnson 0 0 0 Totals 23 4 5 Score by innings: Knoxville 100 004 0—5 Cliff Anderson 100 021 0—4 Winning pitcher, Hopping; losing pitcher, Monson. Gale Ward (13) Hlnchlifl-Poarson (2) 0—5 Totals 27 5 6 Score by innings: Galesburg 021 020 Bloomington 511 000 x—7 a—Popped out for Hanssen in 6th; b—struck out for Warren In 7th. RBI—Doyle, Bigley, Simon, Kalmer, Murtaugh 2, Rader. E—Rader. Scheinblum, Murtaugh, Doyle, Johnson, Bigley, Kalmer 2, Brown 2, LOB—Galesburg 6, Bloomington 10. 2B— Simon, Bigley. 3B—Rader, DellaPina. SB — Neal, DellaPina, Steward. Dovle. S—Peters 2. " • IP Peters (W) 7 Brown (L) 3 Hanssen 2 Reis 1 T • ^ h r ar bbso 6 5 2 4 7 6 7 4 2 3 1 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 HBP—Hanssen (Scheinblum). U —Ashcraft, Bowman. T—2:29. A— 387. ab t h L.Wright 5 2 2 D.Wright 3 0 0 Lindstrom S 2 2 Nelson 4 13 Price 4 10 Howard 4 11 Menke 4 2 1 Marshall 3 3 2 Apt 4 1 1 ab i h La.LaVio'e 2 11 Lo.LaVio'e 2 0 0 McLaren 3 0 1 BiXaVoi'e 3 12 Moore 3 0 1 Bair 3 0 1 Wells 10 0 HilJman 2 0 0 Huff 2 0 0 Colburn 10 0 Totals 22 2 6 024—13 2x—2 losing in Toatls 36 13 12 Score by innings: Gale Ward . 205 Hinchliff-Pearson 000 Winning pitcher, Menke; Pitcher, La. LaViolette. Soaked Through LOS ANGELES (NBA) playing in 12 minor league cities in nine years, Danny Osinski of the Los Angeles Angels says he is "just beginning to learn how to pitch." After Coach Sam Andree's Galesburg American Legion squad kept right in there "pitching" Tuesday night with a 4-0 triumph over the Galesburg Marauders at Lake Storey, Two lefties—Van Smith and Chudk Schacht—joined forces to turn in the sixth consecutive game in which the local legion 's opponents have been unable to tally an earned run. went the first four while Schacht came on the final three innings, who received credit for Smith frames, to hurl Smith. GMC Plans r Motorcycle Race Show A Sportsman Short Track race will be held here at the Galesburg Motorcycle Club Grounds during the 19A District Rally and Tour on July 27-28. The local club grounds are located on U.S. 150, seven miles north of Galesburg. The races will be held on the evening of July 27, with starting time set at 8 p.m. Bob Agans of Galesburg dominated the Sportsman Short Track races held at Tampico Saturday night by winning three first places and copping honors in the Grand Final race of the evening. Wally Urban and Jim Leahy, also of Galesburg, both made good showings. Urban picked up two seconds and one third along with a fifth place in the Grand Final. Leahy won two third places and one second. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! HIS NIGHT—Ted Trulock, (kneeling) president part of the Galesburg Little League, is shown pie- Night 1 ' at the local Little League park. Standing senting an award to Scotly Nemeth at 0, N. behind Scotty are Jim Clark (1.) manager of the Custer Park last night. The award presentation Tigers and Dale Cozad, the assistant manager. LL Hi n rs Sc tty Ne meth By MIKE LAWRENCE It doesn't take much to make a seven-year old boy happy. In fact, a baseball uniform, a new radio, and the privilege of sitting on a team's bench will just about do the trick. For MONEY see I* ! PUBLIC FINANCE I Fast Service Up to $800 On sensible plan* Mo/iejr to Go Now — Pmy t«(«r/ Thousand* uae out plans every year for their vacations — you can, too. With good credit and steady employment, you're all #et. Call, write or com* in today for lh« amount you want. You can depend on PUBLIC That's just what the Galesburg Little League gave to Scotty Nemeth last night at 0, N, Custer Park, and there was little speculation about who was the happiest person in the park. Last night was **Scotty Nemeth Night" at the local Little League. The local Little League and the Tiger team in particular paid homage to the grim determination and spunk which Scotty has shown in attempting to overcome cerebral palsy. The radio, which was won by the Tigers for selling the most tickets for the Little League ice cream social, was given to Scotty for use at the local Easter Seal Therapy Center. Scotty was presented with a Tiger uniform, and he sat on the team's bench during the Tiger- Red Sox contest. Ted Trulock, president of the Galesburg Little League, had this to say in presenting the awards to Scotty prior to the contest: "Scotty, you were born with a handicap but I understand that you also have the 'heart of a champion. 1 With great desire and determination, you have worked hard and your progress has been excellent. This is one of the lessons that baseball and athletics teach us about the game of life: That no matter how rough the road may appear, we keep try* ing, we refuse to give up, and we keep coming back and fighting all odds with the power of God that is within each of us." Ill liiiil linn mill II FINANCE i I < liiiil BARBERS ARE NEEDED Be your own boss, learn barbering. New classes each week, tuition arranged to fit your financial Status. Write for further information. MADISON BARBER COLLEGE nfiPQRATtQH b» $. Pram© 342-0X91 I I liiiil 427-17th St. Rock Island, III liiiil II • ur |im| mm II II II Meet Pros in Verdict Two of America the victory, pitched three inning!! of hitless bail after giving up first-inning singles to Ron Prank and Bob Ponce. Schacht hold the Marauders without a hit in his three-inning stint. The legion tallied two runs In the initial frame. Larry Pickrei walked with the bases loaded to force in one run. marker came aero? an error, Smith led off the and another Aifttrleftft Ltelen (4) •brh l*rlna 4 Rogen 3 Davis 4 Swanson 1 Dexter 2 Plckre) 3 Stone 0 Sundquist 4 Stewart 3 Conner 4 Smith . a Schacht 0 Totala 31 4 6 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 a o o Mafaudari (0) ab t h with a single and scored with two outs on another Marauder error. Three Marauder miseties enabled the legion erew to tally an* other marker in the fifth inning. Don Sundquist paced the win* ners' attack with two hits. Aridree's bunch will host Canton. Friday night, at 7:45 on tl\e M. T e Custer Park diamond. THE CLASSIFIEDS! i nationally e _ putters Ml compete "in a Professional Putters 1 Association exhibition match at the local Putt-Putt course at 7:30 tonight. Vance Randall of Ashevllle, North Carolina, a two-time runner-up in the national champion* ships, and Daryl freeman of Bristol, Virginia, will team up against two local golfers. Jerry Shafer and Bill Johnson, a pair of top local putters, will take on the two nationally known putters. Frank Baylor Ponce Stevens Sholl Jo.Beaaley Dunham Hanien Grady Johnson 3roves Huffman a o a a a 3 o a a o a o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 \ 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totala aa o a Score by inning*: Legion aio oio o -4 Marauders .000 000 0—0 Winning pitcher. Smith; losing Ditcher. 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