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Play Accounts for Loss to Peoria Nicklaus Makes Move In Open LYTHAM-ST. ANNES, England (UPD-Burly Jack Nicklaus of Columbus, Ohio, shot a three- uncler-par 67 that put him only two strokes behind front - running Peter Thomson of Australia today among the early second-round finishers in the British Open golf championship. Thomson, who has won this tournament four times and shared the first-round lead Wednesday with Phil Rodgers of La Jolla Calif., at 67, recovered his putting touch on the last 10 holes to shoot a second-round 35-34-r-fiO for a two-day total of 136 strokes. Nicklaus, ! ,23, the U.S. Masters champion who carded an opening round 71, combined booming drives with accurate approach shots for a 31-36 round that gave him a 36-hole total of 138. He shot four birdies and one bogey and required only 28 putts. Rodgers, who shot an opening- round 67 Wednesday, and Arnold Palmer, the tournament favorite who had a disastrous 76, teed off nearly four houi's after Nicklaus: Crimson Satan Set to Race At Insjlewood INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP)Crimson Satan, third leading active money winner in thoroughbred racing, and possibly a dozen other contenders are due to tangle in the $162,100 Hollywood Gold Cun Handicap Saturday. \ Entries were due today, 24 ahead of the usual closing. Other probable challenges include Dr. Kacy. Mr. Consistency. Aldershot, Olympiad King, Drill Site, Pirate Cove, Native Diver, Hardware, Cadiz ' and Full Rego"*). Crimson Satan, from the Detroit stable of Peter W. Salmen, was flown here 10 days ago for this one big money shot. The five- year-old Satan would boost his lifetime earnings to $785,922 if he won and move into second place in the dollar chase of horses now in action. First place in the Hollywood Gold Cup is worth $102,100. Only Kelso, at $1,307,037, and the filly, Cicada, $758,324, lead Crimson Satan at the moment. The Satan, to be ridden by Herb Hinojosa, will pack high weight of 125 pounds. He was a big winner behind Crozier at the Santa Anita meeting and is no stranger to Southern California fans. Another One-Run Setback For Local College Team By MIKE LAWRENCE Galesburg authored another chapter in its book "Different Ways to Lose One-Run Games," Wednesday night, in a 4-3 setback at Peoria in Central Illinois Collegiate League play. The local contingent has how dropped five one-run contests this summer, and with the creativity of the most imaginative writer, has figured out a different method of falling each time. Here was the situation in last night's tragedy: What eventually turned out to be the winning marker was scored in one of the unique innings of the summer. In the fourth inning, with Peoria trailing, 2-1, Jerry Sanders struck out but reached first base via a passed ball. Mike Long tied the game with a double to left which brought Sanders home. Ron Patterson, Peoria pitcher, walked, and Marty Howell went in for him as a courtesy runner. It was at this point that things got a little confused. The play started out simply enough. Donnie Kessinger hit a ground ball to Galesburg shortstop Justin Dedeaux. He flipped the ball to second baseman Dennis Doyle in an attempt for a twin-killing, Doyle, however, failed to touch the bag and then threw wildly to first baseman. Kessinger, however, thought that Howell was out at second base, and he started to move toward the keystone sack. He was caught in a rundown, but stayed untouched long enough to allow Howell to score all the way from second base. Long had scored after the poor throw to first base, and Peoria held a 4-2 lead! All in all, it was a pretty frustrating evening for Galesburg hurler Bob Sellcck. He did hot allow an earned run, . striking out eight men in his six-inning stint. However, he watched his team strand 11 men on the base paths, make three errors behind him in the field, and allow the winning run to score on a play which would tax 'the patience of even the most even-tempered pitcher. Thanks to the wildness of Peoria pitcher Patterson, Galesburg tallied two runs in the second inning. The first local run was scored on a wild pitch, and the .second marker was chalked up via a throwing error by catcher John Skeeters. The locals had runners on first and third in the seventh inning, but Galesburg catcher Denny Huffman popped out to end the contest. Galesburg returns to Thomas H. Blodgett Field tonight for a contest with the Springfield Caps. Game time is 6 p.m. Caleiburg (3) •b r h Bruingt'n 2 0 0 Simon 4 0 0 Doyle 4 0 3 Bigley 3 10 Jones 11 0 Johnson 2 10 Dedeaux 4 0 1 Huffman 3 0 0 Sellick 2 0 1 Kessinger Bcene Lewis Counsel Skeeters Nichols Sanders Long Patterson Pavlik Peoria (4) ab r h 4 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 1 3 0 1 3 0 0 2 1 0 2 12 2 1 0 1 0 0 Totals 25 4 4 Totals 25 3 5 Score by innings: Galesburg 020 000 1—3 Peoria 010 300 x—4 RBI—Lqng, Dedeaux. E—Skeeters, Jones Doyle, • Sanders, Dedeaux. DP—Sanders and Nichols. LOB—Galesburg 11, Peoria 6. 2B— Sellick, Doyle. Long. SB—Bruington, Bigley, Sanders, Doyle. Patterson (W) Pavlik Selleck (L) ip __5 —2 „6 h r .r bbio 4 2 17 5 110 3 0 4 4 0.48 WP—Patterson 2. PB—Huffman 3. U—Gailliaert, Russell. T—2:04. A—450. Yankees, Dodgers Triumph; LL All-Stars Ready to Go List Slate For Rest Of Season Galesburg's College League baseball team will play at Knox's Thomas H. Blodgett field tonight and the schedule with the remaining home and away games is listed below. Game time for tonight, and all twrlight games, is 6 p.m. Schedule July 11—Springfield, home 6 p. m., July 13—Champaign-Urbana (2), home, 1:30 p. m. July 14—Lincoln (2), 1:30 p. m. July 10—Lincoln, home, 6 p. in. July 17—Peoria, 0 p. m. July 18—Springfield, home, 6 p. m. July 20—Bloomlngton, home, 2:30 p. m. July 21—Champaign-Urbana (2), 1:30 p. m. July 23—Springfield, home, 6 p.' NATIONAL LEAGUE W Pirates 11 Cubs _ 6 Cardinals 6 Dodgers - 5 Giants 3Vi Braves 1% AMERICAN LEAGUE W Tigers 8 Yankees 8 Athletics ... 6 Indians 5 White Sox 4 Red 'Sox 2 L 0 4 5 7 7Vi The Dodgers and Yankees rolled to victories in Little League action at O. N. Custer Park, Wednesday night. The second-place Yankees top- . Of all the Englishmen who drink. many drink Gordon's? M ost of them. And it's been that way for years. To be blunt about it, Gordon's is England's biggest selling gin — as it is America's and th world's. Why? Probably because we have alway refused to tamper with a good thing. Gordon's still harks back to Alexander Gordon's original formula — conceived in London 194 years ago — so its distinctive dryness and delicate flavour remain unchanged and unchallenged to this day. Ask for Gordon's by name. MQSUCT Of U. t. A. OISTILUO LONDON DRV GIN. 100% NEUTRAL SPIRITS DI8TILU0 FROM GRAIN. 90 PROOF. GORDON'S DRY GIN CO.. LTD., LINDEN, N. J. ped the Red Sox, 7-3, while the Dodgers scored a 12-3 victory over the Giants in the nightcap. Mike Doyle and Drew Horn garnered a pair of hits apiece to spark the Yankee attack. Gary Drasites was the winning pitcher. Denny Lytle, the losing hurler, got two hits. Winning moundsman John Stromson helped his own cause with a trio of safe blows in four trips to the plate in the Dodger victory. Teddy Nocella had a pp/i* of hits in a losing cause for the Giants. Rick Welty was charged with the defeat. Tonight, the Indians and ihe Athletics meet in the first game at 5:45, while the Pirates and Cardinals square off at 7:30. Friday night, the Galesburg Little League will present two all- star games at O. N. Custer Park. Under a new setup, every boy in his final year of eligibility in the Little League will automatically become a member of an all-star team. The first contest, which gets under way at 5:45, will see the Indian, White Sox, and Red Sox all-stars tangling with the Giant, Dodger, and Brave stars. In the second contest, 12-year- olds from the Pirates, Cubs, and Cardinals will battle their counterparts from the Tigers, Yankees and Athletics. Both contests will be eight-inning affairs. Yankees (7) Red Sox (3) ab r h ab r h 1 0 OIRooney 1 0 OlShawgo 0 0 0!Johnson 2 1 21 Hayes 3 1 01 England 1 3 li Lytle 2 2 21 Nelson 3 0 OlSteck 1 0 01 Kirkendall 3 0 0 3 0 OlGfibbs 2 1 1 Barnfield 2 0 0 Klapp 10 0 Hawkin'n 2 0 01 Aldus 1 1 1 10 01 St.George 10 0 in. July 24—Bloomlngton, 6 p. m. July 25—Bloominglon, home, 6 p. in. July 27—Lincoln, 2:30 p. m. July 28—Peoria (2), l':30 p. m. July 30—Peoria, home, 6 p. m. July 31—Lincoln, home, 6 p. m. Aug. 1—Bloomington, homo, (5 p. m. Aug. 3—Springfield, 8 p. m. Aug. 4—Champaign-Urbana (2), 1:30 p. m. Aug. 7—Peoria, 8 p. m. Aug. 8—Lincoln, 6 p. m. Aug. 10—Springfield (2), home, 1:30 p. m. Aug. 11—Bloomington (2), home, 1:30 p. m. Aug. 14—Lincoln, home, 6 p. m. Aug. 15—Lincoln, home, 6 p. m. Mongo Heads Field of 10 at Monmouth Park OCEANPORT, N.J. (AP)-Montpelier Farm's Mongo, packing top weight of 126 pounds, heads a probable field of 10 for Saturday's running of the VA miles of the $100,000-added Monmouth Handicap at Monmouth Park. With 10 starters, the race will gross $112,300 with $72,995 going to the winner. Mongo, who earned his top weight through victories in the Bowie, Camden and Diamond State this year, will be ridden by Larry Gilligan. • Fred Hooper's well-travelled Admiral's Voyage picks up second high weight of 123 pounds. The Admiral, narrowly beaten in the American Handicap July 4 at Hollywood Park, won the Carter this year and was runner-up in the Massachusetts Handicap. He'll be handled by 1 Howard Grant. All-Stars at Evanston For Drills EVANSTON. 111. (AP)-A squad of 50 of lost season's finest collegiate football plavers nssemhlc at Northwestern University today to start three weeks of training for the All-Star game. The colleeinns, coached for the sixth straight year by Otto Graham, will try to beat the National Football League champions — Green Bay Packers — for the first time since 1958 on Aug. 2 in Soldier Field. In 1958, debut of Graham as head coach, the college graduates overwhelmed the Detroit Lions 35-19. They haven't won since. Last year, however, they held the Packers to a 21-20 edge throuah three quarters before being dismantled 42-20. The pros hold a 19-8 margin in the series, with two lies. Assisting Graham, director of athletics at the Coast Guard Academy, arc Dick Stanfel, Johnny Sauer, Mike Scarry. Dante Lavelli and Tom O'Connell. Equipment will be issued and physical examinations given today with heavy drills starting Friday. Thirty-seven colleges arc represented on the squad. Michigan State and Mississippi, each with four, top the delegations. Gojesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Thursday, July 1 L 1963 15 Blatz Whips Creve Coeur For Ninth Straight Win, Will Trek to Lewistown Cardinals Go Against Old Nemesis ST. LOUTS (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals, who have had trouble beating anyone, tonight face the Milwaukee Braves, who give them trouble anytime. The Cardinals have not won a season's series from the Braves since they moved to Milwaukee from Boston in 1953. St. Louis won its first game this season against them, but lost the next three. The twi-night doubleheader tonight will open a four-game series in which the Cardinals are scheduled to face at least three left­ handers, including their all-time nemesis, Warren Spahn. Spahn is slated to pitch Friday night. Southpaws Denny Lemaster (5-4) and Bob Hendley (4-5) will hurl tonight against Ernie Broglio (9-5) and Lew Burdette (7-71, who will make his first start against his former mates. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Golf Tournament Set for Bunkers Nix Saul Chezem Horn Standard Sundberg Doyle Panther Drasites Lischwe 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 10 0 3 1 2 3 0 1 3 0 1 swanson Stephan 1 0 01 Totals 23 7 5i Totals 26 3 7 Score by innings: Yankees 023 020—7 Red Sox 000 003—3 Winning pitcher. Drasites; losing pitcher, Lytic. Dodger* (12) ab r h Kennedy 3 A.Nelson 3 Stromson 4 2 Taylor 3 1 Nelson 3 1 Winter 2 1 Blixt 3 1 Ryner 3 1 Mangieri 1 0 Bick 1 2 Main 0 0 Johnson 1 0 Gorham 1 0 1 21 Mason 2 UDerry 31 Nocella II Fox Welty Patton Hilligoss Jacobs Lindsay 1 i Adams 0' Carlson Oj Maciel 01 Giants (3) ab r h 2 1 1 0 1 0 3 1 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 Totals 28 12 12; Totals 22 3 4 Score by innings: Dodgers 200 0 10 0—12 Giants 210 000— 3 Winning pitcher, Stromson, losing pitcher, Welty. More than 150 golfers are expected to participate in the 13th annual Jaycee Golf Tournament scheduled for this weekend on the par 72 Bunker Links course. Sponsored annually by the Galesburg Junior Chamber of Commerce, proceeds from the meet finance the yearly Christmas party for underprivileged children. Tournament officials report that all golfers—par shooters and dubbers alike—will have an opportunity to win prizes. In addition to the fact that the field will be divided into several flights, there will be prizes for several special events such as blind bogey and hole-in-one contests. Curly Johnson, who no longer resides in Galesburg, is the defending champion as the result of winning a three-way playoff last year. Bob Coe Jr. and Larry Hund were tied with Johnson at the end of the scheduled 36 holes. Coe and Hund, along with several former champions, including one-time state amateur titleholder Bob Dredge, will compete for honors in the championship field. The 36-hole medal play tournament may be played at the rate of 18 each day or all in one day. All players participating in the tournament over the weekend will receive one free pass, good for any Galesburg's Collegiate Baseball team's home games. Blatz scored its ninth straight victory of the season with an 11-7 triumph over Creve Coeur, Wednesday night, at H. T. Custer Park. The Warriors, trailing, 5-4, going into their half of the fifth inning came up with four runs to take a lead which they never surrendered. A two-run' seventh inning by Creve Coeur made things close Church League again (8-7) before Blatz salted the win away with a three-run spurt in the eighth frame. Rusty Potter picked up his second victory of the scroti although he needed help from Ralph Cannon. Potter went United Brethren ab r h SedRWfck 5 3 3| B.Flanr Suydam 5 3 31 VanFlrct Erlckson 5 2 21 D.Flaar L.Hand 1 0 OlFindahl Bird 4 111 Anderson Dickson 5 3 llDn.Flaar Saificant 5 2 2jPags Calllli 5 2 4 I Miller Carlton 4 2 UTraut A.Alder'n 2 1 li W.Alde'n 3 3 l| To.Hand 2 0 0| To.Hand 3 3 31 Trinlly Lutheran ab r h 1 2 0 2 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 2 3 0 2 3 0 0 3 0 1 33 4 13 Totals 4!) 25 22! Totals Score by innings: United Brethren 263 fifiO 2—25 Trinity - --.010 021 0— 4 Emmanuel Methodist Jaycees ab r h ab r h T.Peter'n 4 2 31 Stein 4 0 2 R.Johns'n 4 1 2JKirman 4 I 1 Dude 4 0 1 Moya 4 I 0 r.Johns'n 4 0 llSutor 4 1 0 Disberret 4 1 2|Sutor 4 I 0 L.Peters'n 4 0 0|Feathor 4 1 1 Mates 4 1 II Groves 4 1 2 D.Peter'n 4 1 l|Rilz 4 0 0 Swan.son 1 0 OiAppel 3 I 1 D.Pagc 2 12; Thourcen 10 0! L.Pago 2 1 li Totals 38 8 14 i Totals 35 6 8 Score by innings: Emmanuel Methodist ..200 501 0—8 Jaycees _. 011 040 0—6 Candy Spots Out to Snap Losing Streak CHICAGO (API - Candy Spots will try to break a two-race losing streak Saturday when a probable field of six—all that remains of lfiO original nominees—goes to the post in the $100,000 -added American Derby at. Arlington Park. Last month, Rex C. Ellsworth's three-year-old star lost by a neck to a 40-1 shot, Elmcndorf Farm's B. Major, in the $100,000 Chicagoan at Washington Park. The week prior to this Candy Spots was beaten in the Belmont Stakes. B. Major, again to be ridden by Ray Broussard, is expected to give Candy Spots and jockey Willie Shoemaker another tussle in the J '/t mile race. The Chicago- aii was l'/s miles. B. Major carried 117 pounds in that one to 126 for Candy Spots. For the American Derby, B. Major is in at 123 and Candy Spots again at. 126. The other possible starters are Fred W. Hooper's Sky Gem (114), William S. Miller's Crowdus '114), River Divide Farm's Cosmic Tip (117), and Theodore D. Buhl's Lemon Twist (117). seven Innings, whiffing six and walking only two, Cannon gave up a siglc hit in his two innings of work. Ho struck out four without issuing a free pass. Lee Bcvard, Mike Owens, Dick Fillman, and Emil Hansen all had two hits to pace the Warrior hitting attack. Tonight, Blatz travels to Lewistown to battle Peoria Todd Uni« form. Creve Coeur (7) abrh! Sulaski 5 1 li Holmes Child'; 3 0 0 | D.Johnson Renter 4 1 I i Bevard rerpening 5 2 r Owens Cook Calvert Kelly D.Combs Pony Bu.seller Calhoun Bom bga'i Blatz (11) ab r h 2 2 0 5 1 21 Fillman 4 1 21 Hansen 4 1 2 3 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 Mender. Morgan Potter Sholl Tachlronc 2 0 1! Moore i Cannon 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 O O 0 0 0 E.U.B. J.Catlin G.Suyd'm L.Eric'on T.Sedg'ck L.Dicks'n D.Bire! K.Saig'nt G.Carlt'n W.Alde'n A.Alder'n T.Hand To.Hand ab r hi 0 4 41 Snow B 3 3!Sippcl 6 2 3|Blucker 6 5 3|Corbin 6 3 21 Horn 6 12| Peterson 6 2 4| tsackson 6 3 -3 | Davis Bethel Baptist ab r h 5 2 2 0 0 0 4 12 1 1 1 Knutson Denny O'Dean 4 1 0 3 1 2 3 10 3 1 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 3 1 1 Totals 58 27 291 Totals 30 6 5 Score by innings: E.U.B. . 43 11 324 0—27 Bethel Baptist 330 000 0— 6 First Lutheran Mission Covenant ab r h ab r h H.Nelson 5 1 2 Hendricks 4 0 O T.Hilge'g 4 2 1 Knis 4 0 0 Me.Nels'n 4 3 3 L.Hull 2 1 0 B.Hilge'g 4 2 3 Cunning'm 3 2 2 K.Haw'n 4 2 3 W.Hull 3 2 2 T.Trulock 4 1 1 Kennedy 3 2 2 J.Ander'n 4 0 0 T.Peterson 3 1 1 Mi.Nelson 4 1 1 F.BIoom • 0 0 0 D.Johns'n 4 0 1 O.Peterson 3 1 1 B.Payton 3 0 1 D.Bloom 0 0 0 B.Payton Sterr 3 0 0 lohnson 3 0 0 Totals 40 12 16 Totals 31 8 0 Score by innings: Mission Covenant 041 043 0—12 First Lutheran 020 402 0— 8 Brother Act Signs WASHINGTON (UPD —Ed and Bob Khayat, Washington's "brother act," signed Redskin contracts Wednesday for the 1963 National Football League season. Ed is a defensive tackle and Bob is a place-kicking specialist who booted 11 field goals last season and 38 consecutive conversions. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Pilous Gels Post DENVER (UPD —Rudy Pilous, deposed as coach of the Chicago Black Hawks after the 1962 - 63 National Hockey League season, was named coach Wednesday of the new Denver club in the Western Hockey League. Denver has a working agreement with Toronto of the NHL. Screens used for fuel filters in jet aircraft have openings as small as 15-10,000ths of an inch. Total.- 30 7 12| Totals 32 11 » .Score by innings: Creve Coeur 200 300 200— 7 Blatz ._ 200 240 03x—11. Major League Box Score CAME CINCINNATI ab r h bl 4 13 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 3 10 0 4 NIGHT CHICAGO | ab r h bi Land'm 4 0 10 Rose [Boros 1 0 0 0 skinner Brock 4 0 10 :Harper Willia's 4 0 2 0 Pinson Santo 4 0 0 0 Rob'son 4 0 0 0 Banks 3 0 0 0 Keough 3 12 2 Hubbs 4 1 1 01 Edwards 4 0 2 1 Bertell 4 0 1 OINcal 3 0 0 O dScha'r 0 0 0 0|Carden's 4 0 0 0 Rodg'rs 2 0 1 OiJay 3 0 10 Hobble 1 0 O OlWorth'g 0 0 0 aBurt'n 1 0 0 0 iienry 0 0 0 Brewer 0 0 0 0 bRanew 10 0 0 Lemay 0 0 0 0 sBurkc 1 0 0 0| Totals 34 1 7 01 Totals 31 3 0 3 a—Fouled out lor Hobbie in 5th; b—bounced into double play for Brewer in 7th; c—sacrificed for Skinner in 7th: d—ran for Bertell in 0th; e—lined out for Lemay in 0th; f—struck out for Landrum in 0th. Score by innings: Chicago 000 000 100—1 Cincinnati 300 000 OOx—3 E—Keough. PO-A—Chicago 24-14, Cincinnati 27-7. DP—Rose, Cardenas and Keough. LOB—Chicago !), Cincinnati 8. 2B—Bertell. 3B— Keough. SB—Rose. S—Harper. Hobbic L. 4-7 ....T Brewer 2 Lemay 2 Jay W. 4-12 8!' 3 Worthington '-i Henry \' 3 h r er bbio 7 3 3 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 7 1 0 1 10 0 0 0 1 O 0 0 0 0 1 HBP—By Jay, Rodgers. U—Gorman, Landes, Sudol, Forman. T— 2:25. A—7,741. Barney McKay Takes Prize In JC Junior Golf Meet Bernard McKay walked off with top honors in the Junior Jaycee District golf tournament held Wednesday at Bunker Links with a one-under-par 71. Runner-up Dave Lundstrom came in with a 72. . McKay, a graduate of Corpus Chrrsti High School, fired a 36 on the front side and 35 coming back. Lundstrom, a junior this fall at Galesburg High School, went out with a 37 and came back with a 38. Don Ridings was third with a 77 and Phil Hund had a 78. The low four scorers compete in the Jaycee State Meet at Rockford July 22-24. First place and runner- up rn yesterday's meet received trophies. Fred Pacey, tournament chairman, reports that there were 26 entries in the tournament which . was limited to those under 18. John Eyre, Jim Norgart and Bill Weaver just missed getting in the low four with 79s. Weaver, was one over going out but took a 10 on 14 coming back. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Lewis Repeats Pitching Gem AMERICAN LEAGUE W Police Dept. 8 C.B.&Q. ..-7 K C 7 Gale 'vfard'"".'.I NATIONAL LEAGUE W Coca Cola 6 Hinchliff-Pearson 3 Davis ---4 Calderone 4 Monmouth 2 Billy Lewis threw his second no-hitter of the summer as Coca- Cola pasted Hinchliff & Pearson, 11-1, on the Galesburg High School diamond, Wednesday night. The contest was abbreviated to five innings because of the ten- run rule. In other Babe Ruth League action, the Galesburg Police Department whipped Monmouth, 5-2. The Police Department tallied three runs in the bottom of the fourth to grab the lead which t held for the remainder of the contest. Mike Drasites threw a four-hitter to pick the victory, while Jeff Chase banged out a pair of safeties to spark the winners in the hitting department. Coca Cola (11) Hinchliff-Pearson (1) ab r h ab r h Eiorkman 2 2 1 La.LaVio'e 2 0 (J Dicki-rson 3 1 l:Calhoon 1 0 (I Lewis 3 1 1 Huff 1 0 0 Moore 3 0 0'Humes 1 0 0 Sauler 2 10 Cross 1 1 0 Ncwbur'h 3 10 Lo.LaVio'e 1 0 0 Hallam 111' McLaren 2 0 0 Peterson 2 1 1 Br.LaVio'e 2 0 0 Leahv 0 2 0 Hilman 1 0 0 D.Roitb'd 2 1 1 Bair 2 0 (I : Wells 2 0 0 Totals 21 11 6 Totals 16 1 0 Score by innings: Hinchliff-Pearson 001 00— 1 Coca Cola 800 03—11 Monmouth (2) ab r h ab r h VanDien 2 0 1 Watson 1 0 1 Burgland 4 0 0 Stephen 2 0 0 Bolan 4 0 1 Sturgeon 2 0 0 Reynolds 3 0 0 Ponce 3 0 1 Tinder 2 0 0 Timmons 3 1 1 1 Romano 2 1 0 Swanson 3 0 o ! Brown 2 1 0 Chase 3 2 *> Lernme'n 2 0 0 Robertson 2 1 TI Johnson 2 0 2 Billings 2 1 0 Drasites 2 0 0 Totals ; !3 2 4 Totals 23 5 li ! Score b> innings: Monmouth 020 QUO— -2 Police Dept. 010 310 —5 CUSTOM NU-TREDS BUILT FOR TURNPIKE DRIVING! We Use 100% Mohawk Materials FOR Exchange Plus Tax - 7:50, 8:00 Blackwall Recapping doesn't cost... it pays! 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