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20 Galfsbura ,faalster*Mdi!, Golesburg, 111, Monday, July JS,_1963 Dizzy Dean Has OwnLingo In Narrating Ball Games BOONVILLE, Mo. (UPt) There are still giants in this land. Often you have to get out of the big cities to see them clearly. I refer, In this Instance, to the finest Harrigart and Hart vaudeville-type act now rampant on television. It Is composed of Jerome Hanna Dean, commonly known as Diz- ty,' and Harold Henry Reese, commonly known as Pee Wee, and they broadcast "The Game 6f the Week" On Saturdays and Sundays on about 50 per cent ot the CBS network. The unlucky half of the network that doesn't get them includes all the major league cities, which means 20 of our biggest towns are bereft. They do a running comment on what is going on at the baseball game of the moment, throwing in accounts of their own titanic careers in the baseball of yore, and | divers other matters, while you look at the game. (Anytime Dean says the word "yore," incidentally, he's pronouncing the word "your.") I took it all down for about four innings one day, and I still don't believe it. However, I offer the following fragments: Dizzy: "Yeah, that pitch I used to throw had a vapor trail." Pee Wee: "Really? That was pretty good, Diz." Dizzy: "Yep, a lotta times the umpire hadda call 'em . by the sound." Two Bump Heads Dizzy: "Look at that! I never seen two ball kctchers butt heads in my life hardern they did. They're laid up, all right, they're hurt—but boy, it was somep'n to see on television." Pee Wee: "He has a three point, five-eighths earned run av rage." (I can't swear to this one, but it sounded like "three point, five-eighths.") Dizzy: "He dove back in there If he'd a-slud, he'd a-made it." Dizzy: That batter's shakin' his head—he don't know. I don't know what he don't know, but I know he don't know. Look at them umpires, they don't know neither They're talkin' to each other and shakin' their heads like they don'I knew. And that, third base coach he's liftin' his hands—he don't know. And I don't, know. If knowed what they don't know, I'd tell ye." $25.00 to $800.00 w " LOANS SEE FRANK CARSON GALESBURG STATE LOAN CO. 31 North Kellogg Dial 342-5191 Pee Wee: "Podres has always had a bad back. He stood outta the service for a while with a bad back. Pee Wee: "Where you goin' Diz?" Takes Leave Dizzy: "Get a steak sandwich. Be back in 20, 30 minutes." Dizzy: "Stan the Man's on first. Now he tosses his skull cap over to the coach so that it'll lighten the load, case he has to run to second." Dizzy: "Got a wire today from George (Doaks, or some such name). Says he remembers when I's just breaking in when I's 17, and he said at that time that this boy would be a great pitcher. And George, if you're listening in today, I wanta tell you, you was right. I was a g-r-e-a-t pitcher..." Dizzy: "Folks, reason we had­ da* laugh up here at that was that if that guy hadn't swang and hit it, it woulda hit him r-i-g-h-t in the belly." Dean is meticulous in his linguistics and never would commit the grammatical gaucherie of using "like" as a conjunction, when all the other broadcasters use the more tidy "as." Like the following, on a windy day: "That high fly was blown right in from center field, as you seen on your screen." Long-Range Putts Pay Off In National Publinx Meet SACHAMlNfO, Calif. (UP!) On the strength of long-range putts that were stroked so solidly that they rattled the pin before they dropped into the cup, 18- year-old Bobby Lunn of San Francisco held the National Public Links golf championship today. "They were the key shots," he said after he had disposed of Steve Opperman, who lives not too far away in San Francisco, one-up in the 36 hole finals Saturday. The first, a 32 -footer, came on the fourth hole of the morning round and put Bobby one -up. The second came in the afternoon on the 2Gth (8th) hole, 25 feet and got Lunn a birdie—which was good for only a halve. But to the 3,000 fans following the match in 100 -degree heat, they were the thrills— and the important shots of the day.' Lunn, son of a San Francisco motorcycle policeman, says he never has had a lesson. But it was obvious through the gruel­ ling 170 holes of play here that he had all the shots, he chipped out of the ankle deep "fuzz" that the USGA grows around the greens with poise of a professional. His tee shots boomed down the fair- Ways up to 275 yards. His' putting was steel-nerved. "I think that my irons were the best part of my game," he said in evaluation his play. "But I was happy with my woods and putting too." Major League Box Scores PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Sunday's Results Dallas-Fort Worth 9-6, Seattle 3-4 Salt Lake City 6-2, Portland 3-4 Tacoma 5-2, Spokane 4-6 San Diego 8-1, Oklahoma City 3-3 Hawaii 12-5, Denver 4-1 MILWAUKEE tb r Hbl Maye 4 2 2,0 Larker 4 110 dOllver 0 0 0 1 Crend'U 1 0 0 0 H.Anr'n 4 1 1 J Math's 3 2 11 Torre 5 12 2 Jones 3 0 2 1 Mcnke 2 0 0 0 Boiling 10 1? McMi'n 4 0 0 1 Clonl'r 3 0 10 Hend'y 10 0 0 RaynVd 10 0 0 Shaw 0 0 0 0 Totals 36 7 11 6 SECOND GAME CINCINNATI ibthbl Rose Harper Pinson Rob's'n Keough 4 0 0 4 0 0 5 1 3 4 2 2 3 2 1 '.Walters 10 0 Henry 0 0 0 0 Worthl'n 0 0 0 0 fNeal 1 0 1 Freese 5 0 10 Paveli'h 3 0 2 Kasko 5 0 0 Ja ?' ! S « " nSklnner 10 0 0 Zanni 0 0 0 0 bCole'an 1111 eCard'as 0 0 0 0 Totals 38 6 11 6 YEARS OLD a—Popped out for Jay in 5th; b —homered for Zanni in 7th; chit into force play for Keough In 7th; d—hit sacrifice fly for Larker in -8th; e—walked for Coleman in 8th; f—singled for Worthlngton in 9th. Score by innings: Milwaukee 301 100 011—7 Cincinnati ^ 010 101 102—6 E—Aaron. Robinson. PO-A—Milwaukee 27-6, Cincinnati 27-4. DP— Kasko and Freese. LOB—Milwaukee 13, Cincinnati 11. 2B—Mathews, Torre, Jones, Pinson. Robinson, Pavletich. 3B—Maye. HR—Coleman. SB—Maye, Mathews, Torre, Jones, McMillan. S—McMillan. SF —Pavletich. IP x-Clonin'er W, 6-5 6 Hendley 13!) Raymond z / 3 Shaw % Jay L, 4-13 4 Zanni 3 Henry • IV3 Worthington 2 ,a x—Faced one man in 7th. h ret bbio 7 4 3 1 4 1 0 0 4 1 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 5 5 6 5 10 0 14 4 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 CHICAGO ab 1 hbl Land'm 5 0 12 Brock 5 12 2 Willia's 4 110 Santo 4 111 Banks 4 112 Hubbs 4 0 0 0 Ranew 4 12 0 Rodge's 3 2 10 Jacks'n 3 0 2 0 McDa'l 10 0 0 Totals 37 7 11 7 SECOND GAME ST LOUIS ab r hbl Javier 4 12 0 Groat 3 1 2 1 Musial 3 0 0 1 White 4 0 11 Boyer 4 0 10 McCav'r 4 0 10 Altman 4 0 0 0 Flood 4 12 0 Taylor 10 0 0 aKolb 10 0 0 Shantz 0 0 0 0 bSawat'l 10 0 0 Schultz 0 0 0 0 :Carmel 10 0 0 Totals 34 3 9 3 a—Reached base on fielder's choice for Taylor in 5th; b—struck out for Shantz In 7th; c—filed out for Schultz in 9th. Score by innings: Chicago . 001 310 020—7 St. Louis 100 100 100—3 E—Brock. PO-A—Chicago 27-8, St. Louis 27-11. DP—'Brock and Banks. LOB—Chicago 4, St. Louis 6. 2B—Ranew, Flood. Williams. 3B —Ranew. HR—Santo, Brock, Banks. SB—Kolb, Javier, Hubbs. SF— Musial. 1 ' Bob Charles in Richest Year of His Life xJackson W, 10-7.6 McDaniel 3 Taylor L, 4-4 5 Shantz 2 Schultz 2 x—Faced one man in 7th. h r er bbto 8 3 ' 3 1 4 1 0 0 0 3 8 5 5 1 3 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 2 0 1 ^iGKr BOURBON WHISKY | * G ED EIGHT $ YEARS ml** * M »4LhER f. SONS INC. PEOBI*.' 11 "'" Walker's DeLuxe Straight Bourbon Whiskey Elegant in taste, uncommonly good $EJ49 4 5 Qt. $-|45 Pint WiMl J&WSW ftaSAll • Ui m& • fcUY ».U;i i iini J*, hiii, ftL HBP—By Zanni, Jones. WP—Jay. U—Harvey, Weyer, Barlick, Vargo. T—3:24. A—18,905. SECOND GAME BALTIMORE CHICAGO ab r ft bi ab r h bi Saver e 4 0 0 0 H'b'ger 5 0 10 Snyder 4 0 0 0 Fox 4 12 2 Brandt 4 0 0 0 F.Ro'b'n 4 0 10 Gentile 3 0 2 0 Nichol'n 3 0 2 1 eMail 0 10 0 Landis 0 0 0 0 Barber 0 0 0 0 Hansen 4 0 0 0 Miller 0 0 0 OlWard 4 0 10 Powell 3 1 1 OiCarreon 3 0 0 0 BJVb'n 2 0 0 0 Martin 1110 Adair 0 0 0 Of McCraw 3 0 2 0 aJoh'n 3 0 0 OlgWeis 0 10 0 Brown 4 0 2 2 Buzhar't 10 0 0 McNay 2 0 0 0|bLemon 0 0 0 0 cSmith 0. 0 0 01 Wilhelm 10 0 0 dApao 0 0 0 0 hLollar 10 0 0 Brunet 0 0 0 OljPeters 0 0 0 0 fGaines 1 0 0 Oj Totals30 2 5 2| Totals 34 1 10 ~3 a—Ran for Adair in 3rd; b— walked for Buzhardt in 5th: c— walked for McNally in 8th; d—ran for Smith in 8th: e—ran for Gentile in 9th; f—strucK out for Brunet >n 9th : S —walked for McCraw in Vim. h—hit d nlL 0 a force P la y f °r Wilhelm m 9th; j—ran for Lollar in 9th. Score by innings: Baltimore 000 000 002—2 Chicago 100 000 002—3 E—Ward, Martin. PO-A—Baltimore 26-12, Chicabo 27-13, two out when winning run scored. DP— Ward, Fox and McCraw Fox, Hansen and McCraw: Savering, Johnson and Gentile 2. LOB—Baltimore 8 Chicago 9. 2B—Powell, Fox. Nicholson. SB—Aparicio. SB—Robinson. „ lp h r er bbio McNally 7 5 113 5 Brunet _ 1 2 0 0 0 0 xBarber L, 12-5 -.0 2 2 2 1 0 n m , cr Jr 2 ,i 1 0 0 0 0 Buzhardt 5 3 0 0 1 3 Wilhelm W, 2-5 ..4 2 2 2 3 3 x—Faced three men in 9th. HBP—By Buzhardt Adair, B. Robinson. WP—McNally. U—Hono- chttck, Smith, Haller, Paparella. T —2v»3. A—22.607. PB—McCarver. U—Walsh, Burkhart, Pelekoudas. T—2:48. A—29.776. SECOND GAME NEW YORK I KANSAS CITY ab r h bi Kubek 5 0 0 0 Rich'on 5 0 0 0 Tresh 4 2 2-2 Pepit'e 4 2 3 0 Howard 4 13 3 Blanc'd-3 0 0 0 Reed Lopez 4 0 10 Boyer 3 0 10 Rown'g 4 0 0 0 ab r h bi Lumpe 4 0 10 Causey 3 0 0 0 Alusik 3 0 0 0 Siebern 4 0 0 0 Edwards 4 0 10 Charles 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 OlEssegi'n 3 0 0 0 " " Tartab'll 3 0 0 0 Pena 2 0 0 0 aCimoli 1 0 0 O Drab'ky 0 0 0 0 Totals 36 4 10 5 Totals 31 0 4 0 a—Popped out for Pena in 8th Score by innings: New York 010 201 010—5 Kansas City 000 000 000—0 E—Causey. PO-A—New York 276, Kansas City 27-10. DP—Causey, Siebern; Lumpe, Causey and Siebern. LOB—New York • 6, Kansas City 6. 2B—Pepitone, Howard. HR —Howard, Tresh 2. h t er bbio 4 0 0 2 10 10 5 5 1 2 0 0_0 1 1 WP—Downing! U—Umon t^ Stev^ ens, Nr.pp. Kinnamon. T—2:01. A —31,215. Downing W. 5-1..9 Pena L, 5-13 8 Drabowsky 1 LYTHAM^Sf. ANNUS, Efiglarid (UPI) - Bob Charles, the New Zealand southpaw swinger with the soft. putting touch, is headed toward the richest year of his brief professional golfing career. A former banker who turned pro in I960, Charles sealed the third spot in the World Series of Golf at Akron, Ohio, Sept. 7-8, by winning the British Open over Phil Rodgers of La Jolla, Calif., by eight strokes in a 36-hole playoff Saturday. Charles joined Masters champion Jack Nicklaus and U.S. Open king Julius Boros in the Yogi Berra On Hitting Spree at 38 KANSAS CITY (AP)-Yogi Ber ra, 38 years young, is on a hitting streak that gives the New York Yankees a lift when they need it most, with Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris On the shelf. This doubtless is what the Yanks had in mind when they kept him on the active list as a player-coach. Berra. is making the decision look good, with a 10- for -18 splurge in his" last five games, raising his batting average as a part time performer to .304. Berra drove in eight runs and slugged two homers and two doubles in the streak. Berra stroked a double and two singles, drove in a run, scored once and caught the game, as the Yanks beat Kansas City 11-6 Sunday. Berra sidestepped any discussion of his future in baseball. He made it clear, though, he feels his career as a player isn't over. When it is; that will be soon enough for a decision. Manager Ralph Houk said Berra's hitting was no surprise to him. "Yogi is sure a nice guy to have around when the doubleheaders start piling up," Houk said. "Next year? Well, that's a long way off." September tourtiey that features planned te return mxt yea? tot a first prize of $50,000. The fourth slot in the rich event goes to the PGA winner at Dallas, Tex., next weekend. • This leaves Arnold Palmer with one more- opportunity, the PGA championship, to gain the fourth berth. If Charles, Nicklaus or Boros win the PGA, Palmer still can back into the World Series event as the top pro money win* ne'r this year. Before leaving for the U.S. Sunday and the PGA championship, Charles said the British Open playoff had exhausted him but he the event when it if held at St. Andrews in Scotland, Go-Knrt Races Will Be Friday NEW WINDSOR - Heavy rains caused the postponement of the Sportsman's Short Motorcycle races which were slated for Saturday here. The next scheduled Sportsman's Short Motorcycle races will be Aug. 3. Go-Kart racing at the track will be Friday. BCNYC PRODUCTIONS Presents A Musical fable of Broadway STARRING PETER PALMER hM* CATHY EMMA Music in J Lyrics by FRANK LOESSER 4 Book by JO SWERLING and ABE BURROWS Produced and Siag'od by RANDOLPH AVERY AT THE CENTRAL ILLINOIS COLLEGE BASEBALL LEAGUE Springfield 5-2, Bloomington -1-1 Champaign-Urbana 8-9, Peoria 2-3. Lincoln 4-0, Galesburg 1-9 KNOX COUNTY FAIR Mon. - Tues., July 29-30 CURTAIN TIME — 8:00 P.M. EACH EVENING Advanced Reserved Ticket Sales by GALESBURG JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB For Ticket Information Call 343-8208, Carol Hertensteln. Also Cash N Carry, Knoxville; K&G, Abingdon, and Bob's Market, Oneida. MIDWEST LEAGUE Sunday's Results Decatur 2-3, Dubuque 0-11 Wisconsin Rapids 7-4, Fox Cit ies 4-2 Waterloo 11, Cedar Rapids 7 Clinton 5, Quincy 2 Quad Cities 12, Burlington 5 Saturday 's Results Quad Cities 3, Burlington 2 Clinton 8, Quincy 1 Cedar Rapids 3, Waterloo 2 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Sunday's Results Indianapolis 4, Syracuse 3 Columbus 8, Rochester 3 Arkansas 10-3, Atlanta 3-0 Buffalo at Toronto 2, postponed, rain Jacksonville 6, Richmond 2 baseball White Sox vs. Orioles RADIO JULY CLEARANCE MENS FOOTWEAR EVERY PAIR A 1963 PATTERN FLORSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN Values to 24.95 Selected Styles WINTHROP SHOES FOR MEN Values to 14.95 Selected Styles Some 7.90 THE SOUNP CITIZEN 1400 ON YOU* OIA4 Rogers Shoes 230 I. MAIN

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