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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
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Pioneers Split Sunday Ggfesburg RegiSfe'r*Mgi.l, Galesbufg, 111, Mondoy,. July ,',,1,5, l&tf. Jta CcifA-Cola Gof» 1-1 Cocai-Cola won one and lost one In Babe Ruth League plap, Sundajjr M. T. Custer Park. Coca-Cola downed the Knights of Cojumbus, 7-3, in the first contest on Sunday but fell to Caldcr- one, 6-2, in the second affair of the day. Billy Lewis limited the Knights to a.. pair of safeties, while Ed BJorljjman and Tom Peterson had two riits apiece to spark the winning team. Jim Kemmer took the defeat. Rod Goedeke threw a three-hitter at Coca-Cola, in the second contest, Lewis picked up two of the three hits which the "Bottlers" garnered. Tony Enes paced Calderone with two hits in two official trips to the plate. Jim Moore was charged with the loss for Coca-Cola. Calderone (6) Coca Cola (2) ab r h Bjorkman 3 0 0 Ponce 3 0 0 Lewis 3 1 2 Moore 3 0 1 Peterson 3 0 0 Snuter 0 0 0 Olmslead 2 0 0 Dickerson ZOO O.Rbltb'd 2 1 0 Moran 10 0 ab r hi Goedeke 3 10 O.Johnson 3 11 Enes 2 2 2 Buckner 3 0 1 Tate 3 0 0 Barton 2 0 0 Lyons 2 10 Winter 2 1 0 Kirkpatr'k 3 0 1 Totals 22 2 31 Totals 23 6 5 Score by Innings: Coca Cola 000 001—2 Calderone —320 Olx—6 Winning pitcher, Goedeke; losing pitcher, Moore. Coca Cola (7) KnlghU ol Columbus (3) ab r h Bjorkman 4 0 2 Ponce 3 1 0 Lewis 2 2 1 Moore 3 1 1 Peterson 4 12 Sauter 4 10 Peck Kelley Boyd Thompson Burgland Grofr Newbu'gh 3 0 OlLowtey Olmsted 1 0 0 Dickerson 3 1 0 D.Raitb'd 2 0 0 Kreps Kemmer ab r h 3 0 0 4 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 10 1 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 21 3 2 Win 2nd Contest With 9-Run 9th Galesburg's Pioneers exploded for nine runs in.the ninth inning .of a scheduled seven-inning contest to break a scoreless tie, pick up a 9*0 second-game victory, and gain a split in a doubleheader at Lincoln, Sunday afternoon. Lincoln righthanders Benton Moore and Ron Sieck combined to throw a one Totals 32 7 6| Totals Score by innings: Coca Cola : 205 000 —/ i „i ... .1 e. c Knights of Columbus _— 000 201-3 with Giles getting the theft of hitter at the locals in a 4-1 first game. Mike Reis and Wayne Howard hooked up in a pitching duel in the nightcap. Reis went eight innings but was relieved by Jim Johnson in the ninth. Howard did not surrender an earned run, but Galesburg had pushed across seven markers before he departed in the ninth inning. Sieck finished up the content for Lincoln. .The Pioneers broke the ice in the ninth when Gary Bruington reached second base on a dropped fly ball in leftfield, Denny Doyle reached first on a bunt, and Bob Bigley followed with a single to bring home the first Galesburg run. Before the smoke had cleared in the ninth inning, the Pioneers had eight more runs—all of them unearned, three more .hits, and there were four more Lincoln errors. After Galesburg had tied the first game with one run in the top of the fifth frame, Jim Dimitri hit a bases-loaded triple in the bottom of the inning.. Lincoln had scored a run in the first inning when Tom Giles and Ray Duff singled to place runners on first and third. The two then worked a double steal Redbirds Blow Opportunity For First Double Victory home. Justin Dedeaux, Galesburg shortstop, tripled with One out in the fifth, He socer on a wild pitch. John Hermanek went the route for Galesburg giving up eight hits, striking out eight and walking six. Moore started for the home team but developed a sore shoulder in the third inning. Moore did not allow a hit, and Sieck, who relieved him, gave up only the triple to Dedeaux. Galesburg will host Lincoln, Tuesday, at 6 p.m. on Thomas H. Blodgett Field. Galaaburg(l) Lincoln (4) * h| Dodd Mitchell Giles Duff Unscr Zuccaro Dimitri . Chemiek'l Moore Sieck ab 4 0 0 4 1 3 2 2 1 3 12 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 10 0 2 0 1 .Totals 24 4 8 ab r h Johnson 10 0 Doyle 3 0 0 Bruington 3 0 0 Bigley ' 3 0 0 Jones 2 0 0 Kalmer 2 0 0 Simon 0 0 0 Dedeaux 2 11 Huffman 2 0 0 Hcrmanek^.2 0 0 Totals 20 1 1 . Score by innings: Galesburg 000 010 0—1 Lincoln - 100 030 0—4 RBI—Dimitri 3. E — Huffman. PO-A—Galesburg 18-8. Lincoln 21-9. DP—r-Duff and Unser. LOB—Galesburg 2, Lincoln 9. 2B—Mitchell. 3B—Dedeaux, Dimitri. SB-rSimon, Dodd, Giles, Duff. ip h r er bbso Hermanek (L) 6 8 4 4 6 8 Moore : 2% 0 0 0 2 2 Sick (W) 4'/ 3 110 2 4 WP—Siek. U—Fisher, W. Russell, A. Russell. T—2:05. A—400. SECOND CAME Galeiburg (9) Lincoln (0) ab r h ab r h| Dodd 3 0 0 Mitchell 4 0 0 Duff 4 0 0 Hointzel'an 3 0 0 Babe Ruth Tournament At Abingdon ABINGDON — The Babe Ruth League District 2 Tournament will help open next Sunday with four teams scheduled to battle for honors. The, tournament will be made up of all-star teams from various leagues with, Galesburg to be represented by two clubs. First round play Sunday night will find the Henry County team battling Galesburg American League at 6:15 and Galesburg National League meeting Abingdon at 8:15. The winners will play Monday night for the title. There will be no regular Babe Ruth League games in Galesburg Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week so that the all-star teams can prepare themselves for the tournament. Winner of the district will go to Douglas Park in Rock Island July 25 for a 1 -game sectional, meeting winner of district one. The state meet will be at Brookfield July 31-Aug. 4. ST. LOUIS (AP)-For the tenth time this season, the St. Louis Cardinals tried to sweep both ends of a doubleheader. For the tenth'time this season they failed. The Cardinals looked like they were on their way to achieving what seems to be the impossible this season. They soundly trounced the Chicago Cubs in the first game of a double-header 10-3. But a couple of old teammates, Larry Jackson and Lindy McDaniel came back to haunt them in the nightcap, which the Cubs took 7-3. The Cardinals rapped 16 hits in the opener. Dick Groat got four of the hits and Ken Boyer and Bill White added home runs. Ray Sadeckr got his first win of the month, making his record 5-5. It was his first complete game since June 9. Glen liobbie was the Cub starter and loser. In the nightcap, it was a different story. The Cardinals, trying to follow the script of the first game, led off with a run in the first. But home runs by Ron Santo, Lou Brock and Ernie Banks changed the show's complexion. Santo's homer, his second of the day, and a two-run single by Don Landrum, gave the Chicago club a 4-1 lead in the second game. The Cardinals never could catch up. Brock hit his home run in the fifth and Banks hit a two-run homer to put the game out of reach in the eighth. In an afternoon game today, the Cardinals sent Ernie Broglio, (10-5) against the Cubs' Dick Ellsworth (12-6). Reels Release Spencer CINCINNATI (UPI) - Infielder Daryl Spencer was given his unconditional release by the Cincinnati Reds Sunday in order to make room on their roster for for third-baseman Gene Freese. Spencer, who has a .244 lifetime batting average in the majors, hit .239 in 50 games for the Reds this year. Bruington 4 10 Doyle 4 2 2 Bigley 5 1 1 Kalmer 4 10 Dedeaux 4 10 Johnson 3 10 Simon 4 0 1 Warren 3 11 Reis 4 11 J.Johnson 0 0 0 Unser Zuccaro Giles Pace Howard Slock 2 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 2 3 0 1 3 0 0 ,000 29 0 3 Totals 35 9 61 Totals Score by innings: Galesburg 000 000 009—9 Lincoln ,000 000 OOx—0 ' RBI—Bigley, Johnson, Warren. E —Reis. Mitchell, Unser, Giles, Pace, Sieck. PO-A—Galesburg 27-11. Lincoln 27-16. DP—Johnson and Warren. LOB—Galesburg 2, Lincoln 6. SB—Doyle. S—Bruington, Warren. ip h x—Reis (W) _._8 Johnson : '__ 1 , 0 Howard, (L)» —8l{, 5 Sieck . % i x—Faced one man in 9th. r er bbso 3 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 1 7 0 2 5 2 0 2 0 U—W. Russell, A. Russell, Fisher. T—2:20. A—400. Rifle and Pistol Matches Scheduled NEW WINDSOR - The second .30-Caliber, Rifle Match will be held at the Rivoli Rifle and Pistol Club High Power Range here Saturday. Four fired and three aggregate matches over distances of 200 and 300 yards make. up the match program. The first matcli will get snder way at 8 a.m. Entries will be accepted prior to the firing of the second match. Local Club Grabs Win In Horseshoes Galesburg's Horseshoe Club came out on top in a four-way match at Davenport, Iowa, Sunday. Competing against Muscatine, Davenport, and Sterling - Rock Falls, the locals piled up 32 wins. Davenport followed with 24 victories, while Sterling-Rock Falls and Muscatine had 24 and 18, respectively. Clint Van Dusen and Bob Gordon of Galesburg went undefeated in six games, while teammate Russ Robinson took five out of six contests. Galesburg will host Burlington and Muscatine, Sunday. The local horseshoers will travel to the Victoria homecoming for a doubles tournament on Saturday. The club will have work sessions tonight and Thursday night in preparation for the National Open Tournament on Aug. 11. Wynn But He Wants To Keep Hurling HELPLESS — The only thing that Los Angeles Angel leftficlder Leon Wagner can do is watch this drive off the bat of Boston's Lou Clinton sail into the leftfield bleachers. A few fans have'a chance at making the catch. Action took place in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader which the Angels won, 10-8. UNIFAX Dave Hill Beats Souchak In Hot Springs Playoff Slammin' Sammy WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. (UPI) — Sam Snead holds the record for winning the Vardon golf trophy the most times. He won it in 1938, 1949, 1950 and 1955. HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (UPI) Dave Hill did not know if he would be able to finish the $25,000 Hot Springs Open golf tournament Sunday because of his father's serious illness. But he not only finished it, he tied for the championship and won a sudden-death playoff with Mike Souchak on the second hole. The slender Hill, carrying only 136 pounds on a six-foot frame, and the burly Souchak, 5-foot-ll and 202 pounds, battled through 72 holes on a rain-soaked course to finish with 11-under-par 277s. Hill won the David-and-Goliath fight when Souchak three-putted the par-three second hole, a four- footer stopping just four inches short. Both had parred No. 1. Defending champion Al Johnston and Rex Baxter -Jr., tied with Souchak for the third-round lead, bowed to the spongy greens for KANSAS CITY (AP) - Early Wynn, the latest and the last of baseball's 300-game winners—at least for several years—wants to continue pitching as long as he can help the Cleveland Indians. "This No. 300 was so hard to get, it's tough to name any future goals." said the 43-year-old right­ hander. Wynn finally reached the select circle on his eighth attempt Saturday, pitching the first five innings of a 7-4 victory over the A's. Manager Birdie Tcbbelts made it clear before boarding a plane 73 each and a third-place tic at 281. ' Bob Goalby, tied with Hill in j league game, third place at the start of the j Galesburg (8^ ^ ^ Marauders in 8-1 Victory At Edwards EDWARDS — Galesburg's Marauders raced to an easy win over Edwards here Sunday afternoon in Kickapoo Valley League play behind the one-hit pitching of Jim Beasley. Beasley went the nine-inning route for Galesburg and was in command all the way with the Edwards team scoring its lone run in the bottom of the ninth. Fred Stevens led the attack with three hits in five trips, including a triple and double. Max Epperson and Larry Sippcl each had two for four for the winners Bud Miller got the only hits off Beasley. The Marauders travel to Hanna City next Sunday for another for Minneapolis that Wynn will continue his once-fl-week pitching for the Indians. "He's pitched excellent ball and I'm going to go right on using him as often as I have," Tebbett* said. "The gout was killing m(\" th« night before he got the big 300th, Wynn said. He said he awok6 every hour or two and took pills to relieve the aches. A cautious 310 was the limit for Wynn in future goals. He declined o make any long-range predictions a'nd laughed off suggestions of 350 or 400 victories. Warren Spahn, now at 339, in the only other pitcher to reach the 300 circle in the past 22 years. Lefty Grove then with the Red Sox, won his 300th in 1941. And Grove was the first to make it since Grovcr Alexander and Walter Johnson, both in the late '20s. There's no doubt 300-game winners arc a vanishing breed in the modern era of the lively ball. Wynn is the 14th to join the club. Grove, Spahn and Wynn are the only ones who pitched all of their, careers in the lively ball, or home run era. round, also had a 74 and came in fifth at 282. 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Trainer Mesh Tenney said after Candy Spots' victory in the American Derby that "this victory sort of levels things off again in the 3-year-old division and we are looking forward to meeting Chateaugay again, wherever it is." Candy Spots, the 2-5 favorite, had only to contend with B. Major. The two fought neck and neck from the three-quarter pole on and Candy Spots pulled ahead midway in the stretch. Candy Spots picked up $65,833 for owner Rex Ellsworth and boosted his total earnings to $666,360. Chateaugay. o w n e d by John Galbreath, was the odds-on-favorite in the $85,000 Dwyer but wound up third as Greentrce Stable's Outing Class hit the finish line, one length in front of Tenacle for a $12.70 payoff. Chateaugay was another one-half length back In the lVi-mile race. The colt carried 129 pounds and gave seven to Outing Class and ?,1 to Tenacle. The favorites in two othcj- $100.000 added races of the Saturday program also were beaton. Crimson King Farm's Crimson Satan, the 4-5 favorite in the $162,11)0 Hollywood Gold Cup, 'tell back in the final quarter of. a mile and finished last in a field of 10 at Hollywood Pai'k. Virjgray Farm's Cadiz, a New Zoaland-bred 7- year-old, beat Mrs. Ann Peppers' Aldershot by lMs 'lengths and paid a whopping $5a .'20. J Like 1 I to have I I PLEKTV i of I •VACATION _ , i MONEY 1 I oind your bills paid besides I 6-Volt, 24-Month Guarantee 8.88* 6-Volt, 30'Month Guarantee 10.88* 6*Volt, 36-Month Guarantee 12.88* *And Your Old Battery Shop at Sears and Save S Galesburg, Illinois 342-5141 467 East Main Street STORK UOUKS: Alouday and Friday 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.-Tues., Wed., Tbur., Sat. 9 AM- to 5:30 P.M. All Moose No. 880 Bowlers MUTING Wednesday, July 17 8:30 P.M. We want any Moose member who is interested in bowling. WE NEED 60 BOWLERS. A. D. CAD WELL Up to *800 • Thousands use our Go Now j I —Pay Later plan. 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