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.; I In PGA Tournament tJALLAS, fcx. (AP)-Arnold! Palmer fought a nagging cold 10 day .While scheming on ways and means of winning the only big golf championship that has eluded hlm -4he PGA. The greatest moneywinner in the game's history, in the peculiar position of having to win this final major tournament in order to get into the World Series of Golf, was anything but confident as he played the 7,046-yard DAC Country Club course Monday. He admitted that the cold had handicapped him 4 in the British Open, where he failed to win his third championship. "It made me weak and it also hurt my con- KC Dumps Davis Food In BR Play The Knights of Columbus and Hinchliff & Pearson scored victories in Babe Ruth League action at H. T. Custer Park, Monday night. A pair of four-run innings sparked Hinchliff & Pearson to an 8-1 triumph over the C.B.&Q. Roadmen, while the Knights used three hits to* gain an 8-4 victory over Davis Food Store. Mike Lewis had two hits, in a losing effort for the Roadmen, while Jerry McLaren picked up the victory for Hinchliff- & Pearson. Barry Swanson had two hits for Davis Food Store in its loss. Davis Food Knight of Columbus centration," said Palmer, who was still sniffling as he tuned up in 98 degrees of heat. Indicating that he didn't think the course was overly tough, Palmer said he expected 275 to win the tournament. This is four shots less than any other player has predicted and would be nine strokes under par. . Julius Boros, the National Open champion who is among thp fa- Webber Hopping Swanson Maze Wood John Robinson Levene Bayless Brodie Kimble ab i h 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 2 2 2 0 0 2'1 1 2 10 2 0 0 10 1 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 TotaU 23 4 4 Peck Kelly Kcmmer Thompson Boyd Groff Kreps Lowry Burgland Bell Mlmms Total* ab r h 21 8 3 Score by Innings: Davis Food Oil 020—4 K of C —340 Olx—8 WP—Boyd; LP—Levene. Roadmen Harvey Ballard 3 Lewis 3 Robinson 2 Swanson 2 Burkh'ter 2 Peterson 2 Fritzel 2 Loy 1 White 1 Carter 1 ab r h 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hinchliff Si Pearson Totals 21 1 4 ab r h Hillman 2 1 0 La.Lav'lette 2 2 1 Calhoun 2 0 1 Worman 2 2 1 McLaren 2 11 Lo.L'v'lette 3 0 0 Moore 3 0 1 Br.L'v'lette 2 11 Wells 0 10 Humes i 0 0 0 Huff 10 0 Bair 10 0 Total* 20 8 6 Score by Innings: CB&Q . 000 010—1 Hinchliff & Pearson 1 400 40k—8 WP—McLaren; LP—Ballard. Schayes Is Head Coach At Syracuse PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Dolph Schayes, one of the oldest stars in pro basketball, today is one of its youngest coaches. "It's going to be quite a change for me," said the 35-year-old Schayes Monday after being' named coach of the National Basketball Association Syracuse Nationals, transplanted here at the end of last season. Schayes, possessor of the longest, highest scoring career in pro basketball, was picked by co- owners Irv Kosloff and Ike Richman to succeed Alex Hannum, who said business interests in his home state of California kept him from moving here with the Nats. Although he indicated he would do his coaching from the bench, Schayes didn't rule out the possibility of playing if the need arises. "I'm contemplating coaching," was the way he put it. The new coach promises "fast- breaking, exerting, winning basketball" from what will be basically the same team that finished second to Boston in the Eastern Division last year, then was surprised by Cincinnati in the first round of the playoffs. home protection for your money—our Homeowners Policyl Contact me today! DEAN HILL. 174 \. Academj Phone m\:m P 621033 STATE FARM Life Insurance Company Sonny Views Fight Like Marriage By BOB MYERS LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Heavyweight champion Sonny Liston views his return match with Floyd Patterson something like—and get this—marriage. The Big Bear explained his intriguing bit of philosophy in regard to the title fight with Patterson Monday. "The first time, in Chicago, we got married. Now, this time, I'll get a divorce and I won't have to bother about him anymore." Liston, continues to sell Patter son qnd his chances of regaining the title short—and ironically, he doesn't do the fight next Monday and its gate appeal in the closed circuit television money any good, either. He still says he will knock Patterson out in short order. Liston was asked if he has trained to go 15 rounds. "After five, I'm quittin'," said Sonny with a straight face. vorites, played nine holes and said what he had seen of the course looked good. Boros was the favorite of many of the golfers. Gay Brewer, who reportedly had a tuneup round of 66 but wouldn't verify it, said the 43-year-old Boros was the "best driver on the tour—long, accurate and straight and he is starting to putt real good. I pick him to win it." jack Nicklaus, the Masters champion who is another top favorite, and Gary Player, the defending champion, did not show up Monday for practice rounds. They'll be on hand today. College Stars Will Not Lack Backfield Speed CHICAGO (AP)-One thing the College All-Stars will not be lacking when they meet the Green Bay Packers Aug. 2 will be backfield speed. Head Coach Otto Graham held the squad's first scrimmage Mon day and the 30-minute workout proved he'll have a host of speedy backs to throw against the National Football League cham pions. Larry Ferguson of Iowa, Bob Paremore of Florida A&M., Roger Kochman of Penn State, John Mackey of Syracuse, C h a r 1 e'y Mitchell of Washington and Bilf Thornton of Nebraska were impressive. Ferguson broke loose several times and Paremore is ' so agile that he has the ability to change direction in any opening at the line of scrimmage. Blatz Warriors Will Face t- R. I. Nationals Wednesday The Blatz Warriors will face the Rock Island Nationals in a "rubber game" Wednesday night at H. T. Custer Park. The two teams are 1-1 in their summer series, with the Nationals claiming a 6-5 triumph and the Warriors a 6-1 victory. Blatz is now 9-2 for the campaign, with a 9-game winning Pioneers At Home Tonight CENTRAL ILLINOIS COLLEGIATE BASEBALL LEAGUE Standings (ai of July IS) Springfield 12 6 .667 Peoria* 10 7 .588 Lincoln 10 8 .556 Bloomington* 10 9 .526 Champ'gn-Urbana 9 11 .450 Galesburg — 4 14 .222 * Does not include tie game of July 7 which will be played off at a later date. IV2 2 2'/a 4 8 Galesburg's Pioneers will get back into action tonight at Thomas H. Blodgett Field in a 6ip.m. contest against Lincoln. The local Central Illinois Collegiate League entry split a twin- bill with Lincoln, Sunday, losing 4-1 before taking the nightcap, 9-0. Lincoln is currently in third place in the CIC, two games off the pace-setting clip of Springfield. Pacing the Lincoln team is second baseman Tim Heintzelman, who is second in league hitting with a nifty .414 batting mark. His teammate, Del Unser, is right behind him at .400 for the campaign. Gary Bruington of Galesburg is now pacing the loop in stolen bases. He has pilfered nine sacks thus far this season. Bob Bigley, Pioneer rightfield- er, has slammed four doubles for the league runner-up spot in that category, while Dewey Kalmer, with nine runs-batted-in is fourth in the league. SCHEDULE — JULY 16-21 Tuesday, July 16 Lincoln at Galesburg, 6 p.m. Peoria at Champ'gn-Urbana, 6 p.m. Sprinr ield at Bloomington, 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 17 Bloomington at Champ'gn-Urbana, 6 p.m. Galesburg at Peoria, 8 p.m. Springfield at Lincoln. 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 18 Bloomington at Peoria, 8 p.m. Champaign-Urbana at Lincoln, 5:30 p.m. Springfield at Galesburg. 6 p.m. ••Saturday, July 20 Champ'gn-Urbana at Galesburg (2), 1:30 p.m. Bloomington at Springfield, 1:30 p.m. Peoria at Lincoln, 2:30 p.m. Sunday, July 21 Galesburg at Chainp'gn-Uibana (2), 2 p.m. Luicoln al Bloomington I 2 I. 1 p.m. Peoria at Springfield <2i. 6 p.m. *•» Please check local starling times. Time may be changed due to sun eclipse. string being snapped by Creve Coeur its last time out. The Warriors and the Nationals were part of the now-defunct Mississippi Valley League which may be revived for the 1964 campaign. Leading hitters for the Warriors thus far are Mike Owens (.529), Lee Bevard (.417), Emil Hansen (.412), George Shea (.367), Dick Fillman (.342) and Harold Holmes (.308). Slated to go on the mound for the Warriors tonight is either Ralph Cannon or Dave Thielbert. Cannon tossed two innings of relief ball against Creve Coeur, fanning six men in two innings of work. Thielbert has been playing the outfield for the Warriors, but he is untested on the mound. Gatesburg Register-Mgil, Gofesburg, 1.(1, , Tusday, My .16, 1963 ,lH Giants Not Pushing Panic Button Yet BIG CATCH — Clyde Bowcn, 347 E. Main, displays the 15-lb. blue catfish which he hauled out of Lake Storey, early this morning. He caught the fish using a cheese bait. Pairings Listed For District * Legion Tourney - Pairings for the 15th District American Legion base ball tournament, slated for H. T. Custer Park this weekend, were announced today. The tourney will get under way Friday night and continue through Sunday. Friday night, Galva and Farrnington will tangle at 6 p.m., while Rushville and' PITTSBURGH (AP) — A1-. feats in their last 23 games. But though the Los Angeles Dodgers they don't appear to be too con- appear on [he verge of turning the National League race into a runaway, there's no panic among the defending champion San Francisco Giants. The slumping Giants lost a dou- blchcadcr to the Pittsburgh Pirates Monday night 21 and 41, and dropped into third place- seven games behind the Dodgers and one game back of second place Chicago. The defeats were the fourth and fifth of the current Giant road trip and their 13th and 14th de- Stops Buffalo On One Hit, But Loses By United Press International Some guys seem to have all the luck but . the International League's Les Narum isn't among them. The 22-year-old Rochester Red Wing threw a one-hitter at Buffalo Monday night and the Bisons still managed to win, 1-0. Narum, earlier with the Baltimore Orioles this season, gave up a game- opening double to Elio Chacon and then held the Bisons hitless for the remainder of the game. In the eighth inning, Chacon lined the ball to right field. The ball bounced off right fielder Sam B o w e n s' arm and Pumpsie Green, who opened the inning with a walk, had no trouble scoring the game's only run. Babe Bierrer, the Buffalo pitcher, held the Red Wings to three hits. Birrer was credited with his fifth win in nine decisions, while Narum suffered his sixth defeat in 10 outings. Geneseo will square off at 8:15. Saturday night, Canton and Andover meet at 7 p.m., while Lewistown and host Galesburg battle at 8:45. . Action will continue Sunday with the winners of Friday night's contests meeting at 1 p.m.,' and the winners of Saturday night's games playing at 3:30. The championship tussle is slated for 8. Tournament officials expect one of the most well-balanced tournaments in recent years. Galesburg, which won the district tournament and then went on to cop the state title last year, will have a rough road to hoe. Lewistown, Galesburg's foe in the first contest, owns two decisions over the locals this summer. However, the local legion is currently riding the crest, of a six-game winning streak which has seen its pitching shine. In fact, Galesburg hurlers have not allowed an earned run for seven games. The legion's • record stands at 18-7-1., Thursday night Coach Sam Andree's team meets" the Connie Mack League All-Stars at H. T. Custer Park at 7:45. Carries Added Weight NEW YORK (UP1) — Kelso, three-time "Horse of the Year," will have to tote 136 pounds if he is to repeat his 1961 victory in the $100,000 added Brooklyn Handicap at Aqueduct on Saturday. A total of 19 horses have been named for the mile and one-quarter test, including Beau Purple (130 pounds), Crimson Satan (128) and Mongo (121). Beam Purpose is not expected to start. cerned. "There's still a long season ahead," Manager Alvin Dark said in the Giant clubhouse after the twin bill. "Every team has a slump during (he year and this is ours. The Dodgers haven't had one ycl. Besides, I think we were Go¥Mcet Slated for Danville About 60 Galesburg people, including golfers and their families, will journey to Danville, Thursday, for the Central Illinois Country Club Association tournament. The tourney is a four-day affair with individual medal play slated for Thursday and Friday and team "low ball" competition scheduled for Saturday and Sunday. The medalist for the Thursday and Friday competition will play with Arnold Palmer on the University of Illinois golf course on Aug. 2. The 16 low qualifiers in the first two days of competition will be placed into eight two-man teams to form the championship flight for the play on Saturday and Sunday. Eighteen holes will be played each day of the tournament. The CICCA is a group of eight country clubs, in Central Illinois. Included in the group are country clubs from Bloomington, Champaign, Quincy, Danville, Decatur, Springfield, Peoria and Soange- taha Club in Galesburg. about this far back last yeaf at this time and we still won it," Neither Dark nor his player* appear worried about the current slump. The Giant clubhouse, though far from festive, did not have the somber mood that marks many losers' dressing rooms. Players joked a little and laughed a little. No furniture was wrecked. And no tempers flared. "We just haven't been hitting," Dark said. "We've been getting pretty good pitching but you have to hit to score runs. Outside of (Willie) McCovey and (Harvey) Kuenn, our hitting has been bad." First-Place Teams Bumped In Action at 0. N. Custer In a Little League season sprinkled with upsets, it shouldn't be too surprising when one of the front-run ners gets knocked off. I However, a few hairs were raised Monday night at O. N. Custer Park when both the American and the National League front-runners Si^n Contracts ST. LOUIS (AP)-Two St. Louis football Cardinal stars, John David Crow and Prentice Gautt, have signed their contracts for this season, the Cardinals announced today. Crow holds most of the team rushing records. He and O^ntt last year accounted for about three-fourths of the team's rushing yardage. Major League Box Scores KANSAS CITY ab r h bi 7 12 1 Cimoli (5241 (10 2 1 Causey 3 2 2 1 3 2 0 0 unine 5 12 3 7 3 3 1 Siebern 5 0 12 7 2 3 31 Edwards 6 0 12 Blanch'd 4 13 31 Charles 6 2 2 2 DReed 1 0 0 01 Essegian b 0 1 0 NEW YORK ab r h bi | Kubek Rich'son Tresh Pepitone Howard Lopez 5 0 10 Boyer 6 12 1 Ford 10 0 0 aBright 10 0 0 Williams 0 0 0 0 Bridges 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Del Greco 4 2 0 0 Wick'sh'm 2 0 0 0 Fischer 0 0 0 0 Wyatt 1 0 0 0 cLau 10 10 dEsposito 0 10 0 Rakow 0 0 0 0 gAlusik 0 10 0 Lovrich 0 0 0 0 eLong Kunkel CLinz Reniff Bouton Stafford Totals 50 10 16 18! Totals 45 11 14 11 a—Struck out for Ford in 7th; b—Ran for Blanchard in Oth; c— Singled for Wyatt in Oth; d—Run for Lau in nth; e—Struck out for Bridges in loth; f—Grounded out for Kunkel in 11th; g—Walked for Rakow in 11th. Score by innings: New York ..010 032 001 030—10 Kansas City 002 121 00 1 031—11 E—Reniff. PO-A—New York 3512 two out when winning run scored, Kansas City 36-13. DP— Ford and Pepitone;. LOB — New York 13, Kansas City 11. 2B—Howard 2, Causey, Pepitone 2, Cimoli, Lumpe. HR—Blanchard, Charles 2. SB—Richardson. Tresh, Reed. S — Richardson, Causey, Ford, bern. Lovrich. SF Lumpe, Sie- B.Rob's'n 3 0 0 OlF.Rob'son 3 0 0 01 Ward 3 0 0 01 McCraw It U 0 01 Vicholson 3 0 0 01 Landis Saverine 3 0 0 01 Hansen Roberts 2 0 1 01 Martin 0 0 0 0! Peters 1 0 0 01 Smith Brandt Powell Orsino Brunei aGaines 4 0 0 0 4 110 3 12 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 110 4 12 2 4 0 2 0 Totals 28 0 1 0| Totals 33 4 10 4 a—Grounded out for Brunet in 9th. Score by Innings: Baltimore 000 000 000—0 Chicago 000 020 02x—4 E—Powell. PO-A—Baltimore 249, Chicago 27-10. LOB—Baltimore 1, Chicago 8. 2B — Hershberger, Peters. HR — Martin, McCraw. SB—McCraw 2. S—Fox. ip h r er bb so Roberts L, 6-9 ...V .i, 10 4 4 2 3 Brunet •;, 0 0 0 0 0 Peters W, 7-5 9 1 0 0 0 13 U—Smith, Halier, Paparella, Honochick. T—2:08. A—17,764. CHICAGO ab i h bi Landrum 4 0 10 Brock 4 0 10 Williams 4 0 0 0 Santo 4 0 0 0 Banks 4 0 0 0 Hubbs ,4110 Bertell 4 13 0 ST. Javier Groat White Boyer James Flood Kolb LOUIS ab r h bi 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 10 3 C 1 0 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 Rodgers 2 0 1 OlMcCarver 3 0 0 O Ellsw'rth 2 0 1 2!Broglio 2 0 0 0 McDaniel 10 0 OlaMusial 10 0 0 iBauta 0 0 0 0 IbS.nvatski 10 0 0 ip h r er bb so Ford 6 9 6 6 1 3 y—Williams 2 3 1 1 1 0 i Bridges 1 0 0 0 1 2 Kunkel 1 0 0 0 0 1 Reniff *i 2 3 3 1 1 Bouton i.li 0 0 0 0 0 Stafford L, 3-7 . . vj 0 1 1 3 0 Wickersham 5'/ 3 8 6 6 3 5 x—Fischer -0 1 0 0 1 0 Wyatt 3% 3 110 4 Rakow 2 3 3 3 1 1 Lovrich W ,10 ...1 10 0 1 1 x—Faced 2 men in 6th, y—Faced 2 men in 9th. HBP—Bv Wickersham. Tresh, by Stafford Del Greco; WP—Rakow. U — Stevens. Njpp. Kinnanxm, Uniont. T—3:41. A—18.363. H.Aaron 6 0 1 llW'thingt'n 10 0 0 Torre 6 0 0 0! l'Walters 0 0 0 1 Mathews 6 1 3 It Harper Oliver 110 0 JSkinner Mayo 2 0 1 OisC'clenas Taylor 3 0 0 OlPinson Tones 1 0 0 0; Robinson Crandall 5 0 1 0 i Frecse Lemaster 3 1 2 OlPavletich 3haw 0 0 0 01 Edwards riendley ?unk 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Kasko Nuxhall aNeal Owens bKeough 4 112 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 4 1 5 0 10 4 0 10 6 0 10 6 13 0 2 10 0 2 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Totals 46 3 10 2! Totals 43 4 11 4 a—Grounded out for Nuxhall in 6th; b—Hit into force play for Owens in 8th; c—Lined out for Rose in 8th; d—Announced for Harper in 8th; e—Walked for Skinner in Bth; f—Walked for Worthington in 12th. Score by Innings: Milwaukee 000 niv ooo ono—3 Cincinnati 002 000 010 noi-4 • E—Menke, Freest'. Knsko. PO-A— Milwaukee 33-17 none out when winning run scored, Cincinnati' 366. DP — Edwards and Cardenas. LOB—Milwaukee 11, Cincinnati 18. 2B —Mathews, CrandaJl, Robinson. 3B—Edwards. HR—Mathews, Harper. SB — Pinson. S — Shaw, Rose, Kasko. were bumped The Indians nosed out the Tigers, 4 -3, to shove the latter into a first-place tie with the Yankees. In the National League the Pirates, undefeated in 11 straight contests, lost their second game in a row to the Cubs, 8-5. The Indians made the most of three hits to hand the Tigers their second defeat in succession. Dan Standley garnered two of the winners' three safe blows, while Steve Hawley had a trio of safeties in four times at bat in a losing cause. Ron Kimble was the winning pitcher with Steve Miller getting the loss. Ruben Triplett smacked a three-run homer in the top of the sixth to provide the winning punch in the.Cubs' victory. Triplett also was the winner with John Popmeyer getting tagged with the defeat. Jerry Pottorf and Pepmeyer each had a pair of hits in a losing cause, while Rich Hegg slap- Ri.ns Wild OTTAWA (AP) - Jim Dillard scored two touchdowns, one on an 84-yard runback of a kickoff, as the Calgary Slampeders drubbed the Ottawa Rough Riders 24-7 Monday night in a Canadian Foot ball League exhibition. The game was played in the rain. Blundy and McGee Race On Weekend Jerry Blundy and Fibber McGee, both of Galesburg, saw action in super modified stock car aces at Knoxville, Iowa, Saturday with McGee also driving in the races at Lincoln Sunday evening. Blundy had the best qualifying time at Knoxville, won the trophy dash and was second in the first leat. However, his engine blew out in the feature and he was done for the rest of the weekend. McGee had the third fastest time among the qualifiers at Knoxville and was runnerup in the second heat and third in the feature. At Lincoln Sunday McGee had the best qualifying time, was second in the first heat and runnerup in the feature. He lost to Bill Cook of Lincoln in a near photo finish after battling his opponent wheel to wheel for five laps. Jim Wilch of Knoxville took fourth place in the class A stock feature at Lincoln. This was a mid-season championship race of 35 laps. The mid-season championship super modified race, 50 laps on the one-quarter mile track, will be held next Sunday at Lincoln. Knoxville, Iowa, will hold its super modified mid - season \ championship races next Saturday. This will be 25 laps around the half-mile track. Totals 33 2 8 2 Totals 32 0 5 0 a -Struck out for Broglio in 7th; b—Struck out for Bauta in 9th. Score by Innings: Chicago 000 000 200—2 St. Louis ... 000 000 000—0 i E—McCarver. PO-A—Chicago 2713, St. Louis 27-9. LOB—Chicago 7, St. Louis 9. ' 2B—Flood. SB—B rock. S—Eils worth. Lemaster 7 Shaw - % 1 xHendley 0 1 Funk L, 3-3 -3',b 2 Nuxhall 6 7 Owens - 2 1 W'thington W, 3-3 4 2 x—Faced 1 man in 8th. HBP—By Nuxhall Oliver. WP- r er bb so 2 15 4 1110 0 0 0 0 114 1 3 2 16 0 0 11 0 0 0 6 SH Fi«rlit Dale LAOS, Nigeria (AP) - The twice postponed middleweight title fight between Dick Tiger and Gene Fulimer will definitely lake place here Aug. 10, said British promoter Jack Solomons Monday. Humid TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONIC :142-(I18S ip Ellsworth W, 13-6 6-i McDaniel 2' :i Broglio L, 10-6 --7 Bauta ... 2 h r er bbso 3 0 0 4 3 2 0 0 0 3 8 2 2 2 6 0 0 0 0 1 NIGHT GAME BALTIMORE CHICAGO ab r h bi ab r h bi Johnson 4 0 0 0 H'berg'r 4 0 10 Snyder .3 0 0 OiFox 3010 WP — McDaniel. U •- Burkhart, Pelfkoudab. Wal-h. T—2:29. A —12.958. NIGHT GAME MILWAUKEE CINCINNATI ab r b bi, ab x b bi Menke 6 0 1 0 • Rose 3 0 0 0 Boiling 6 0 1 0i:Coleman 10 0 0 Don Witmer is now associated with Arcade Barber Shop Weinberg Arcade Corner Simmons and Prairie St. Clean # Air Conditioned • Union Shop ped out two safeties for the winners. Tonight, the Giants and Braves battle in the first contest at 5:45, with the Yankees and White Sox squaring off at 7:30. Cubs (8) Pirates (5) ab r h Tolle 4 1 1 Cirimotich 2 11 Hick Olmsted Wilcox Clague Sibley Hegg Triplett Totals 25 8 7 Coleman Thiol Barragan Pepmeyer Pottorf Donaldson Shay Thrailkill McKillip Johnson Powell "Joodman Score by Innings: Cubs — — — Pirates WP—R. meyer. Toials ab r h 2 1 1 2 1 1 3 0 0 3 2 2 3 1 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 24 S 6 Triplett; LP- .500 003—8 .100 220—5 • J. Pep- Tigers (3) Shannan Sink Lukett McGrii'f. Hawley Webber Zefo Healey Allison Miller Roberson ab r h 3 1 1 4 1 1 4 0 0 3 0 0 4 1 3 Indians (4) ab r h Shriber 4 0 0 Kimble 3 0 0 Wilson 4 10 McLaughlin 3 2 0 Pico 3 0 01 Standley 2 0 0| Nelson 2 0 OlColev 3 0 ll'Vebber 2 0 OIGcrrard 10 0!Johnson 3 1 1 3 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 25 4 3 Totals 31 3 6; Total* Score by Innings: Tigers ..' 002 000 01—3 Indians 010 100 1)2—4 WI 3 —R. Kimble; LP—S. Miller. Quincy Plays Giant Killer In Midwest By United Press International Quincy was the giant killer in Monday night's action in the Midwest League. The Jets dumped Decatur, 5-0, to knock the Commodores out of first place. The win didn't do much for Decatur, though. After the dust settled, the Jets were still at the bottom of the league, iVz games off the pace. Meanwhile, Clinton was setting that pace by romping past Waterloo, 12-6, in a ninth inning rally. The win put Clinton, winners of the first half of the Class A league's split season, back into its familiar spot at the top of the list. Burlington, which had held the second spot after the weekend action, was blanked, 11-0, by Quad Cities to drop into third place. The win brought the Angels up a notch into fourth place. 'My Whiskey' Two worth that retlocl the warm, personal pridi; a man has in a hiand that's true ID hi^ trust Say Seagram's and be Sure SiAGRAM-OiSHLUKS COMPAQ, lit,7 VM Cil f. ( JLUIIJLU i ,v .:M. M KM. 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