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sy Tops Galesburg For 2nd Time This Week Goiesburg Registe^Mail, Galesbura,HI. ; _ Pficloy, July 12, 1963 .1 .8. Bracken Men's Golf League Several low team scores were turned in Wednesday in the Lake Bracken Men's League with the Sneads shooting 133 to smother the Fords who had a 155. In other league action Hagen's 142 beat Mangrums 146, Middlecoffs with 146 lost to Hogans with 12, Jones continued their winning ways with a 141 to Soucheks 145 and Boros totaled 146 to win a forfeit from Demarets. Jones leads the league with a 7-2 mark, followed by Boros and Sneads with 6-3, Mangrums and Soucheks with 6-4, Hogans and llagens with 4-5, Middlecoffs and Fords with 3-5 and Demarets trails with a 2-7 record. Low net score was turned in by Bob Coe Jr. with an even par 36. Ray McGraw and John Carlson tied for low gross honors with 31. Phil Callison turned in one of the better rounds, firing a 38 as he won the hole-in-one tourney and the blind bogey. Locals Fall, 2-0 Things are bound to change. However, they haven't yet, and Galesburg found itself on the losing end of a tight 2-0 contest at Thomas H. Blodgett Field, Thursday night, against the Springfield Caps. The Galesburg contingent picked up a new nickname last night, but for the "Pioneers" it was the same old story: Close, but not close enough. .foe Hcnncssy, a rangy righthander from St. Louis University, blanked the locals for the second time within a week. He scattered seven hits and was in serious trouble on only two occasions. > In the third inning, Galesburg, trailing 1-0, had courtesy runner Jeff Sandburg on second base with two outs. Gary Bruington slapped a single to centerfield, but a perfect heave by Jim Dix, Springfield centerfielder, cut down the fleet Sandburg at the plate. In the final inning, with two outs, Dewey Kalmer walked, i t LEGION RECEIVERS—Two performers who have handled much of the "mask and mitt" duty for the local legion team this summer are pictured above. Larry Pickrcl (1.) and Jim Conner (r.) will both be in action this weekend when the legion battles Canton and the Connie Mack League All-Stars at II. T. Custer Park. Legion Sets for Weekend Galesburg's American Legion hurlcrs have not allowed an earn- Club will be out to continue its hot pace, hosting Canton tonight and the Connie Mack League All- Stars Saturday, night. Both contests are slated lor 7:30 p.m. at H. T. Custer Park. However, Canton and the All- Stars wrll have their work cut out for them if they want to stop the legion. Lately, the local legion pitching staff has been practically untouchable. In the last six games, legion WHEN THE OIL ON THE STICK SHOWS A BHUF No purchase required .IT'S TIME TO ADO CD 2 Visit your service station today...you may win a can of CD .a FREE! When oil gets low, your engine gets dirty . . . and a dirty engine loses power. The trick is to keep the engine clean. You can by adding Alemite CD-2 to your motor oil. 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JC Tourney On Weekend Golfers may enter the annual Jaycee Benefit Coif tournament which gets under way Saturday morning at Bunker Links. The tourney may be played all in one clay or entries may split up the 36 holes between Saturday and Sunday. Entries will be accepted all weekend. Everyone entering will have an opportunity to win prizes, tournament officials report. COLLEGE LEAGUE Springfield 2, Galesburg 0 Lincoln 13, Champaign-Urbana 6 Bloomington 7, Peoria 7, called I" "I I I I I I I I I I Like I to have ; PLENTY • VACATION * j MONEY I and your bill* poid bex/eVf I I I Up to •800 j I Thousands use our Go Now • —Pay Later plan. With I | good credit and steady | | employment, you're all set. | • To arrange for money for • I vacations or to pay bill* ! . call, write or come in. I You cma (/•ptntf on PUBLIC FINANCE j j 58 i. Pr»UU — 3«*-0181 j while plnchhitter Dennis Huffman and Gary Bruington followed with base hits to load the bases. However, Hennessy whizzed" a 2-2 pitch.by Tom Simon to end the Galesburg threat and /the game. Springfield broke the ice in the third inning. Hennessy singled with one out. Al Peludat forced him at second base, but Tom Dix hit safely, and Don Douglas followed with a single to bring home Peludat. The Caps had muffed an earlier scoring opportunity when they had one runner thrown out at third and another nailed at the plate in the second frame. The winners added an insurance marker in the seventh when Hennessy led off with a double down the leftfield line. Peludat sacrificed him to third, and Tom Dix brought him home from there with a sacrifice fly to rightfield. Tim Thompson, a lefty, was impressive in a losing effort. He struck out six and walked four in a route-going performance, which found him especially tough in key situations. Hennessy struck out three and walked two. His "low ball" p itching gave the Springfield infield plenty of practice. Cap first baseman Dick Porzel had 12 putouts himself during the course of the contest. The Pioneers received their nickname from Robert O'Connor of Galesburg. He asked that the autographed baseball be given to some needy boy. Galesburg will be home to Champaign-Urbana in a twinbill getting under way at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Springfield (2) Galesburg (0) LL Features All-Star Contest All good things have to come to an end. The Pirates, who seriously threatened to become the first team in the history of the Galesburg Little League to go undefeated through an entire season, found this out the hard way last night as they suffered a 4-0 setback to the Cardinals in action at O. N. Custer Park, Thursday night. The Athletics whipped the Indians, 6-3, in other play last night. Louie Nichols. batted and pitched the Cardinals to victory. He held the first-place team to three hits and slapped a two-run homer to aid his own cause. Winning pitcher Tom Ross and Cary Nelson each garnered two hits to lead the Athletics to their triumph. Rick Shriber rapped a pair of safe blows in a losing cause for the Indians. Tonight, a pair of all-star contests are on tap at O. N. Custer Park. In the first game, at 5:45, 12-year-olds from the Indians, White Sox and Red Sox will battle their counterparts from the Giants, Dodgers and Braves. In the nightcap at 7:30, representatives of the Pirates, Cubs and Cardinals will tangle with all-stars from the Tigers, Yankees and Athletics, Peludat T.Dix Douglas J.Dix Budcl Boehmer Strode Porzel Hennessy ab r h 2 10 2 0 1 4 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 2 3 0 1 3 0 1 3 1 2 Totals 25 2 9 Bruington Simon Doyle Bigley Jones Warren Dedeaux Johnson Kalmer Thompson aHuffrnan ab r h 4 0 2 4 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 10 1 Totals 27 0 7 , Score by innings: Springfield - 001 000 1-2 Galesburg 000 000 0-0 a—Singled ior Thompson in 7th. RBI—T. Dix, Douglas. DP—Kalmer and Dedeaux. LOB—Springfield 8, Galesburg 8. 2B—Boehmer, Strode, Hennessy. SB—Sandburg (CR), Johnson. SH—Peludat. SF— T. Dix. Hennessy (W) Thompson (L) IP .7 .7 h r er bbio 7 0 0 3 2 9 2 2 6 4 T—2:02. Krone. A—200. U—Carbone and READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Pirates (0) ab r h Coleman 3 0 1 Thiel 3 0 0 Barragan 2 0 1 Pepmeyer 3 0 0 Pottorf 3 0 0 Donaldson 10 0 Shay 2 0 0 Johnson 2 0 0 McKillip 10 1 Cards (4) ab r h Walters 3 0 0 Algren 3 0 1 Mims 3 2 1 N.Lovic 2 2 2 Lewis 3 0 2 Garrett 10 0 Olson 10 0 Hagge 2 0 0 Stomberg 10 0 Sullivan 10 0 Peck 10 0 Duffy 2 0 0 Whiting 10 0 Haptonstahl 10 0 Mims 10 0 Totals 20 0 3) Totals 26 4 6 Score by innings: Pirates 000 000—0 Cards 202 000—4 Winning pitcher, Nichols; losing pitcher, Pottorf. IN THE MUD—Men trying to seine the 1st Purington Lake in East Galesburg, found themselves in plenty of mud, Thursday evening. A faulty pipe is blamed for a leak which threatens to .V"'-"-' • •''^''.•Jj^*^ drain the lake completely. The men in the picture arc attempting to rescue some of the big fish in the lake. It is hoped that the lake will be restocked in the future. Sprint Cars Will Race KNOXVILLE—Two International Motor Contest Association-sanctioned sprint car races have been scheduled for the Knox County Fair here Thursday and Friday nights, Aug. 1 and 2. And, this year a new IMCA champion will appear. He's Johnny White of Warren, Mich. The 30-year-old chaffeur moved Pete Folse out of the 1962 title in the final race meet of the season at Winchester, Ind. This year, White is off and running again-. Five feature victories in 11 meets have earned the point lead for him. White has also established a world speed record for one lap on a half-mile banked asphalt track. It's 17.66 seconds or 101.925 mph. But White isn't the only driver that's setting IMCA afire. Ohio chaffeurs have come into the 1963 picture and have beaten the .defending champion. Pete Folse of Tampa, Fla., is still active too. And, he is riding on the heels of White in another hot championship battle. National Speedways, Inc., will again direct the races at the Wendell Ferris managed exposi tion. Nine-Game Skein Snapped for Blatz Warriors The Blatz Warriors saw a, for the locals nine-game winning string snapped Thursday night at Lewistown as they fell to Peoria Todd Uniform, 11-1. The home team unleashed a 17-hit attack, including three home runs, to hand Blatz its second defeat of the season. Murphy Homers Bob Murphy was the big gun for Todd as he bashed out four hits in five trips to the plate. Included among his hits were two roundtrippers. Sam Ford also ho­ mered for the winners. Harold Holmes, Gene Mendez, and Emil Hansen all had a pair of hits in a losing effort. Hansen and Pat Prina came up with the only extra base hits, both doubles, Dick Fillman, Ralph Cannon, and Dave Thielbert split the mound duties for the locals. Gene Krulas picked up the victory for Peoria Todd Uniform. Regulars Missing Missing from the Blatz line-up last night were regulars Lee Bevard, Jim Lester, and Mike Owens. Blatz Warriors Todd Uniform ab r h ab r h Prina 4 1 1| B.Wilson 5 3 2 D.Johnson 4 0 0 Murphy 5 3 4 Holmes 5 0 2 Ford 6 2 3 Mendez 4 0 2 Dowell 6 1 3 Hansen 4 0 2 Ruffatto 5 0 0 Sholl 4 0 0 Krulac 5 0 3 Cannon 4 0 1 J.Higgins 4 1 0 Thielbert 3 0 01 Hoffman 3 1 2 Fillman 3 0 0 F.May 1 0 0 H.Higgins 1 0 0 Totals 35 1 8 i Totals 41 1117 Score by innings: Blatz Warriors 000 001 000— 1 Todd Uniform 141 102 llx—11 Indians (3) Shriber Kimble Wilson McLaug'n Standley Pico Gerrard Johnson Taylor Nelson Webber Levinson Totals Alhleiics (6) ab r h ab r h 4 1 2 Williams 2 0 1 4 0 1 Swanson 1 1 1 2 2 1 Armstrong 1 0 0 2 0 1 Pierce i 0 0 0 4 0 0 Ross 4 1 2 0 0 0 Nelson 2 0 2 1 0 0 Moe 1 0 0 2 0 0 Callahan 3 0 0 2 0 0 Munson 1 0 0 0 0 0 Poison 2 1 1 2 0 0 Darrah 1 0 0 1 0 0 Hanson 2 1 0 Grubaugh 1 0 0 White 1 1 0 Voyles 2 1 0 24 3 5 Totals 24 6 7 Score by innings: Indians — 002 010—3 Athletics 002 31x—6 Winning pitcher, Ross; losing pitcher, Webber. Mets Recall Two NEW YORK (UPD—The New York- Mets have recalled outfielders Joe Christopher and Joe Hicks from Buffalo of the International League. To make room for the two Joes both of whom have seen previous service with the Mets, infielcler Chico Fernandez was optioned to Seattle and utility man Cliff Cook was released outright to Buffalo. Lefty Bob Charles Takes Lead in British Tourney Gale Ward's Tops KC In BR Play Bob Lindstrom fired a two-hitter as Gale Ward pounded the Knights of Columbus, 9-2, in Babe Ruth League play at H.T. Custer Park Thursday night. Gale Ward jumped off to a 3 - 0 lead in the first inning and was never headed. Dewey Wright and Bruce Menke came up with two hits apiece to pace the winners' offensive. Hi-Lo picked up a Connie Mack League win when ROVA failed to appear for a scheduled second contest of the evening. Gale Ward Knight of Columbus ab r h Bell ab r h L.Wright 4 11 D.Wright 3 2 2 Lindstrom 3 2 1 Nelson 4 10 Menke 3 12 Price 4 0 1 Howard 110 Marshall 110 Ubben • 10 0 Henderi's 10 0 Standard 0 0 0 Minims Veatch Burgland Boyd Kemmer Thompson Groff Kelly Peck Kreps Lowry 10 0 10 0 10 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 Totals 25 9 7. Score by innings: Gale Ward Knights of Columbus Totals 23 2 2 —300 105—9 010 100 —2 By HENRY W. THORNBERRY UPI Sports Writer Nicklaus, the burly U.S. Masters champion from Columbus, LYTHAM-ST. ANNES, England i Ohio, charged into contention with (UPD—Bob Charles of New Zea-! a 67, the best score of the sec land, the world's best lefthanded golfer, shot a remarkable third- round 66 today for a 54-hole total ond round, to take over third place with a 138. Kel Nagle of Australia followed of 206 that gave him a one-stroke i with a 139 and Bob Charles, the READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Major League Box Scores SECOND NIGHT GAME MILWAUKEE | ST. LOUIS ab r h bi Maye 5 3 3 1 Mathe's 3 110 H.Aar'n 4 0 11 Torre 4 0 11 Oliver 1111 Jones 10 0 0 Boiling 4 0 10 McMi'n 4 0 11 Crand'l 4 0 0 0 Hendry 3 0 0 0 Shaw 10 0 0 Totals 34 5 9 5 Javier Groat White Boyer James Musial ab r h bi 4 2 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 4 13 2 4 0 2 0 4 0 10 bCarmel 0 O 0 0 Flood 2 0 0 0 eSawat'i 10 0 0 Dama'ka 0 0 0 0 McCar'r 3 0 0 0 Burde'e 2 0 0 0 aAltm'n 10 0 0 Bauta 0 0 0 0 Shantz 0 0 0 0 dKolb 10 0 0 . Totals-34 3 9 3 a—Struck out for Burdette in 7th; b—ran for Musial in 8th; c-r- flied out for Flood in 8th; d— grounded out for Shantz in 9th. Score by innings: Milwaukee • 000 120 101—5 St. Louis 100 000 020—3 E—None. PO-A—Milwaukee 2711, St. Louis 27-14. DP—Mathews, Boiling and Torre; McMillan, Boiling and Torre; Groat, Javier and White. LOB—Milwaukee 9, St, Louis 7. 2B—Aaron. 3B—Jav­ ier. HR—Maye Boyer. SF— Oliver. ip h r er bbso Hcndley W, 5-5 ...7-,. ; i 7 3 3 3 5 Shaw I'/a 2 0 0 0 1 Burdette L, 7-8 —7 7 4 4 3 0 Bauta 1\' 3 11110 Shantz % 1 0 0 1 1 HBP—By Burdette, Torre., U— Pelekoudas, Walsh, Burkhart. T— 2:37. A—32,078. SECOND NIGHT GAME CHICAGO I CINCINNATI ab r h bi I ab r h bi Land'm 4 110 Burton 4 12 0 Willia's 4 111 Santo 3 0 2 1 Banks 4 0 0 0 Hubbs 3 0 11 Bertell 3 0 10 Rodg'rs 4 0 0 0 Toth 2 0 0 0 Lemay 10 0 0 Elston 0 0 0 0 dBrock 10 0 0 Rose 5 2 2 2 Skinner 3 0 10 aHarper 10 10 Pinson 5 13 2 Robins'n 2 10 0 Keough 2 0 0 0 bP'vl'ch 10 0 0 Edwards 3 110 Neal 2 0 0 1 Kasko 3 0 12 cCard'as 0 10 0 Maloney 4 12 0 Totals33 3 8 3| Totals 31 711 7 a—Sacrificed for Skinner in 7th; b—hit into force play for Keough in 7th; c—ran for Kasko in 8th; d—struck out for Elston in 9th. Score by innings: Chicago 000 003 000—3 Cincinnati 000 210 04x—7 E—Rodgers. Maloney. PO-A— Chicago 24-15, Cincinnati 27-7. DP —Hubbs, Rodgers and Banks, Rose, Kasko and Keough. LOB— Chicago 8, Cincinnati 9. 2B—Bur­ ton 2, Rose, Pinson 2. SB—Rodgers. Rose, Pinson. S—Harper Keough, Neal. SF—Hubbs, Kasko. b r er bbso 5 3 3 3 2 x—Toth Lemay L, 0-1 SVa 5 4 4 2 2 Elston % 1 0 0 0 0 Maloney W, 14-3-9 8 3 3 4 13 x—Faced one man in 5th. WP—Maloney. U—Sudol, Forman, Gorman, Landes. T—2:25. A—15,112. DETROIT ab r h bi Wood 4 0 10 McAii'e 3 110 Kaline Colav'o Phillips Cash Thorn's Trian's Agui're 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 Sturdi't 0 0 0 0 bRoar'e 10 0 0 Lolieh 0 dWert 1 Ander'n 0 0 0 0 eFree'n 0 0 0 0 fBrown 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CHICAGO ab r h bi 4 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 4 110 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 Lanclis Weis Ward Lemon cMcC'w Robins'n H'shb'er Fox Carreon aJ.C.M'n Peters Brosnan 1 1 0 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 3 4 1 3 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 Totals33 3 7 3| Totals 32 6 9 6 a—Singled for Carreon in 3rd; b—grounded out for Sturdivant in 5th; c—ran for Lemon in 6th; d— struck out for Lolich in 8th; e— announced for Anderson in 9th; e—grounded out for Freehan in 9th. Score by innings: Detroit 110 000 001—3 Chicago 006 000 OOx—6 E—Carreon. Fox. PO-A—Detroit 24-6, .Chicago 27-8. DP—Weis and Fox; Fox, Weis and McCraw. LOB —Detroit 6 Chicago 8. 2B— Aguirre, Hershberger, Ward. 3B— Landis. SB—McAulitfe. SF—Peters. r er bbso 5 5 3 1 ip h xAguirre L, 7-8 —2 6 Sturdivant -2 3 Lolich 3 0 Anderson 1 0 Peters W, 6-5 ...8% 7 Brosnan ',3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 x—Faced five men in 3rd. HBP—By Aguirre^ Weis! V^Smith, Haller, Paparella, Honochick. T—2:22. A—19,761. Miss Moffitt Wins DUBLIN (UPI) - Billie Jean Moffitt of Los Angeles, beaten in the Wimbledon finals, reached the title round of the Irish tennis championships Thursday with a 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 victory over Tory Fretz of Harrisburg, Pa. Miss Moffitt has a chance for a sweep when she teams with Carole Caldwell of Santa Monica, Calif., in the women's doubles and Jim McManus in the mixed doubles finals. NEW YORK ab r h bi Kubek 5 0 3 0 Rich'on 3 0 2 0 Tresh 4 0 0 0 Pepit'e 5 110 Howard 5 0 11 Blanc'd 4 12 0 NIGHT GAME Reed Lopez Boyer Ford Reniff 0 0 0 0 4 1 3 2IE.Sado'i 3 0 0 OlcR.Sad'i 4 0 0 OlOsinski 0 0 0 01 Spring I aKoppe I Fowler I bFoiles Navarro LOS ANGELES ab r h bi Pearson 5 0 0 0 Fregosi 5 0 2 1 Wagner 5 0 10 Torres 5 0 10 Moran 4 0 10 Perry 5 0 3 0 Decs 4 10 0 3 12 0 10 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 ponular New Zealand southpaw, was fifth with a 140. Fail To Last Four Yanks failed to make the 149 cutoff. They were Doug Sanders of Ojai, Calif. (75-75—150); Jack Isaacs of Langley Field, Va. (76-75—151); Herman Barron of laus, the U.S. Masters champion' White Plains, N.Y. (75-80-155), from Columbus, Ohio, shot a 32-, and Bob Marshall of Huntington lead over Australia's Peter Thomson and two over America's Jack Nicklaus and Phil Rodgers. Thomson, who is seeking his fifth British Open crown, shot a 35-36--71 for a 207 total: Rodgprs, the 25-year-old LaJolla, Calif., pro who led by one stroke after Thursday's second round, had a third-round 38-35-73, and Nick- Scrappers to Play at Drvight Galesburg Bill's Scrappers will meet Dwight Reformatory in a girls softball game Saturday at 2 p.m. at Dwight. Bill Costello, manager of the Galesburg team, has requested his players to assemble at the Galesburg Post Office Building Saturday at 9 a.m. preparatory to departing for Dwight. Players were asked to take a sack-lunch. This is the second time the Scrappers have played Dwight, scoring a victory there two years ago. The Galesburg team has won three games and lost one this season. READ THE WANT ADS! Totals 37 3 12 3| Totals 40 2 11 2 a—Singled for Spring in 6th; b— flied out for Fowler in 8th; c— struck out for E. Sadowski in 10th. Score by innings: New York 000 002 000 1—3 Los Angeles 000 200 000 0—2 E—Lopez. PO-A—New York 3011, Los Angeles 30-14. DP—Torres Moran and Dees. LOB—New York 9, Los Angeles 12. 2B—Richardson, Perry, Pepitone. HR—Lopez. S— Richardson. SF—Osinski. h r er bbso 11 2 0 2 7 0 0 0 0 2 8 2 2 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 110 2 HBP—By Ford, Decs7~W P—Ford. PB—Howard. U—Hurley. DiMuro, Carrigan, Flaherty. T—2:53. A— 36,851. Ford W. 14-3 .9 Reniff 1 fsinski 5 1 ,' Spring ----Fowler - 2 Navarro L, 4-3 .-.2 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 38-70. Rodgers and Nicklaus thus each had a 208 total as the field of 47 survivors teed off on the final round of the tournament on the Royal Lytham and St. Annes course. Arnold Palmer, golf's leading money-winner and British Open Champion for the past I wo years, shot himself out of contention with a third-round 32-39-71 that left him 12 strokes off the lead at 218. Rodgers, a brash ex-Marine, approached the final two rounds with supreme confidence. "It doesn't bother me to be out in front," he declared. "That's where I like to be. I'd like to be leading at the halfway mark of every tournament I play." In Thursday's second round, Rodgers fired a twn-under-par »>8 for a 135 total. Thomson, who, had a 67 in the opening round \ to tie Rodgers for the lead, added a 6!) that, dropped him one stroke off the pace. Beach, Calif. (79-77—156). READ THE WANT ADS! EAGLES STAG PICNIC SUNDAY, JULY 14 KNOXVILLE FAIRGROUNDS 10 A.M. 'til ?? BEER S BOCK BEER $199 Case of 24—12 or. Bottles PER CASE 1 2 Gal. Bock Beer 49c TIME IS SHORT LINDY'S Bowling Tournament ends JULY 21 Men's Singles 159 and under Men's Singles 160 and over Ladies Singles Mixed Doubles Use average of March 31 Daytime hours available by arrangement Evenings every day except Thursday. CALL PRINCETON 3 1712 LINDY'S LANES - Princeton, III. MEISTER BRAU BEER 35 Bodies '2.39 24 — 12 oz. Cans BLUE RIBBON *3.49 MILLERS BEER 'A BARREL *8.97 MICHELOB 6 »""'1.99 LOUIE'S WE BUY FOR LESS, WE SELL fOK LESS PHONE 343*451$ •von f

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