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10 ,-GaMsbuffl„R ,(9fl.Utflr *MotL..Golesbufg*„ 1.11. Wed,, July 1Z JM3 Double by Dedeaux Gives Pioneers Comeback Win Ktioxville Beats Friars In CM League Knoxville posted a 6-3 triumph over Corpus Christ! in Connie Mack League competition at Knoxville, Tuesday night. Jim Thompson hod two hits to spark the Knoxville attack, while Pat Schaeffer had the same number of safeties in a losing cause. Hopping went the distance to gain the win for Knoxville, while Mike Prina took the loss in a route-going performance. Corpus Christ! (3) Knoxville (6) Score 3 in 7th By MIKE LAWRENCE Justin Dedeaux, Galesburg Pioneer leftfielder, was the "man of the hour," Tuesday evening, at Thomas H. Blodgett Field. The southpaw swinger blasted a double over the rightf ielder's outstretched glove to bring home the tieing and winning runs and give' Kennedy Rice Hnnrnhan Schaeffer Drasiles Prina Greene Noonan Southwell Hfnrlcks ab r h 4 0 1 3 0 1 4 1 1 3 1 2 3 0 1 3 0 n 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 n i 3 1 ,T .Albright Kennett D.Thomp'n Tasker D.Albright Hulick J.Thomp'n Roycc Balcll 11 Ustlcr | Walker I Hopping ab r h 4 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 3 2 0 4 2 1 3 1 2 3 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 1 Totals 28 3 8! Totals 31 6 8 Score bv innings: Corpus Christ! 010 010 1—3 Knoxville ...301 020 x—6 Froiit-Runners Are Blanked in College League By United Press International The two front-running teams in the Central Illinois baseball league were shut out Tuesday. Bloomington ace Don Brackenhoff scattered five hits in a 4-0 blanking of first place Springfield. Charlie Hartenstein of Champaign - Urbana limited second-place Peoria to three hits during a seven inning game and struck out eight. Galesburg scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh and final inning to defeat Lincoln, 6-5. Dennis Doyle came home on a wild pitch and Justin Dedeaux doubled in two more runs. Senior Golfers Will Play at Bunker links Between 50 and 60 senior golf ers from the Peoria Senior Golf Association will converge on Blinker Links Thursday. In addition, all golfers over 50 years old from the Galesburg area will be able to compete. Play will get under way'at 11 a.m. Honored NEW YORK (LTD - Adios Butler was named harness racing's Horse-of-the-Year in 1960 and 1961. Galesburg a 6-5 come-from behind victory over the Lincoln Collegiates. Fans had already begun to leave the park with Galesburg trailing, 5-3, going into the bottom of the seventh. They should have stayed around; for the action in that last inning was as exciting as it has been all year. Gary Bruington led off with a single to center. Dennis Doyle, who reached base and scored four times during the game, forced Bruington at second base. Bob Bigley singled to deep short and advanced, along with Doyle, on a passed ball. Ron Jones walked to load the bases. It was at this point that the surprise of surprises came. Doyle broke for home plate and drew a wild pitch from the astonished Lincoln hurler, Steve Silverman. Bigley and Jones moved to second and third bases to set the stage for Dedeaux's heroics. Jim Johnson, in relief of Denny Hanssen, picked up the victory for Galesburg. He gave up three runs, all of them unearned, in three innings of work, striking out three and issuing one intentional pass. The loss went to Lincoln lefty Steve Silverman, working in relief of starter Alvis Ballew. Galesburg broke the ice in the first inning when Doyle slapped a two-bagger down the leftficld line with one out and scored on Jones' two- out single. Lincoln went on top in its half of the third frame. Ballew walked to start the inning, and Elston Mitchell doubled him home. Tom Giles, Collegiate second sacker, sacrificed Mitchell to third base. After right fielder Ray Duff walked, Del Unser singled to drive in Mitchell. Doyle singled to right and took second on an error to start off the Galesburg third. The Pioneer second sacker moved to third on a balk and came home on a wild pitch to knot the count. However, Lincoln wasn't done yet, and the Collegians proved it with a three-run fifth inning. Mitchell reached base on an error. Duff singled him to second base, and Unser drew an intentional pass to jam the bases. Johnson fanned Jim Di* iriitri, Lincoln catcher, for the second out of the inning, but centerfielder Ricco Zuccaro belted a single to center to score two runs, With runners on first and third, Johnson balked, and the umpire waved Unser home with the third marker of the inning. A double by Doyle started off the fifth frame for Galesburg. Bigley singled to place runners on first and third. Jones forced Big; ley at second base, but Doyle scored to cut the Lincoln margin to two runs. Galesburg, who has now dumped Lincoln three times this season travels to Peoria tonight for an 8 p. m. contest with Collegians. The Pioneers return home, Thursday evening, in a 6 p.m. affair with Springfield. Lincoln (S) Galssburg (S) Cellar-Dwelling Quincy Team Is Tough to Beat By United Press International Last place Quincy Tuesday night continued to be the tough team to beat in the Midwest League. The Jets defeated second place Decatur, 15-5, and coupled with an 11-4 win by league leading Clinton over Waterloo, set Decatur a full game off the pace. The Commodores remained in second place, however, as third- place Burlington dropped one to Quad Cities, 7-1. . Wisconsin Rapids, romped romped through ah 11-6 triumph over Cedar Rapids and Dubuque fell before Fox Cities, 7-4. Tonight's action puts Quad Cities at Wisconsin Rapids, Dubuque at Quincy, Waterloo at Clinton, Fox Cities at Cedar Rapids, and Decatur at Burlington. Vaulter Is In Critical Condition SEATTLfi (UPD - Pole Vault* er Brian Sternberg's overall condition remained critical today, following surgery for the removal of a cervical disc damaged in a trampoline fall, which left the University of Washington athlete paralyzed. Sternberg underwent a five-hour operation at University Hospital Tuesday in the hope that removal of the disc would speed his recovery from paralysis. The hospital's medical director, Dr. William Robertson, said It would be about two weeks before any new information would be available as to Sternberg's chances of recovery. Robertson said Sternberg came through the operation without any apparent complications. Sternberg suffered a dislocated cervical vertebrae (broken neck) July 2 while working out on a trampoline to keep in shape for a trip to Europe with a United States track team. READ THE WANT ADSI Mitchell Giles Duff Unser Dimitrl Zuccaro Dodd Chmeli'ki Ballew ab r h 4 2 2 3 0 0 3 11 3 1 1 3 0 0 3 0 2 2 0 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 Silverman 1 0 Bruington Doyle Bigley Jones Dedeaux L.Johnson Kalmer Warren Hanssen 0|aHuffman T.Johnson ab r h 4 0 1 4 4 3 3 12 3 1 1 4 0 2 10 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 1 '0 0 10 0 1 0 0 Totals 26 5 71 Totals 28 6 10 Score by innings: Lincoln 002 030 0—5 Galesburg 101 010 3—6 a—Grounded out for Hanssen in 4th. RBI—Zuccaro 2, Mitchell. Unser, Jones 2, Dedeaux 2. E—Zuccaro, Doyle. PO-A—Lincoln 19-4 (one out when winning run scored); Galesburg 21-13. DP—Chameliewski and Unser: L. Johnson, Doyle and Warren. LOB—Lincoln 5. Galesburg 7. 2B—Mitchell, Doyle 2, Dedeaux. SB — Simon (courtesy runner). SH—Giles. h r er bb IO 7 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 0 4 2 2 2 2 3 3 0 1 3 IP Ballew 4</ 3 Silverman (L) 2 Hanssen 4 J. Johnson (W) 3 WP—Ballew, Silverman, J. John son. PB—Dimitri. Kalmer. BK— Ballew, J. Johnson. U—Gamber, Krone. T—2:30. A—150. Cliisox Bnv Phillips CHICAGO (UPD — Southpaw Taylor Phillips was purchased by .the Chicago White Sox Tuesday from the Indianapolis club of the International League. Phillips, who had major league stints with the Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Phillies, will replace injured nitch- er Frank Baumann on the White Sox roster. Yanks Remain in Deadlock For First Place in LL The Yankees, currently in a first place deadlock with the Tigers in the American League, blasted 22 hits in an 18-2 romp over the White Sox in Little League action at O. N. Custer Park Tuesday night. The Giants nipped the Braves, 8-6, in the other encounter of the evening. Drew Horn banged out five hits Cheer Honey Wins Feature VERNON, N.Y. (UPD -Cheer Honey won the feature Flora Temple Fillie Stake for 3-year-old trotters Tuesday night at Vernon Downs in 2:01.2. Kentucky Bell was second with Campus Queen third. Bernie Freehall and Reta Gallon combined for a (8-4) daily double of $22.30. The handle was $233,671. in five trips to the plate to spark the Yankee offensive. Joel Hawkinson also enjoyed a perfect evening with a trio of safeties in as many official trips. Gary Drasites was the winning Ditcher for the Yankees. Circuit clouts by Rick Fox and Mike Milligan paced the Giants to their victory. Ted Nocella helped out the winners' cause with three hits. Rick Welty picked up the win for the Giants. Tonight, weather permitting, .he Cardinals and Dodgers will battle at 5:45, while the Athletics and Red Sox are slated to go at 7:30. Yankees (18) ab r h Nix 10 1 Lishwe 5 11 Chezem 10 0 Hawkin'n 3 4 3 Horn 5 2 5 Standard 4 3 2 Doyle 5 2 3 Sundberg 4 2 2 Panther 5 13 Barnfield 3 12 Swanson 10 0 Drasites 2 0 0 Stephen 2 10 Saul 0 10 READ THE WANT ADS! Patterson Brings Disguise Just in Case He Suffers *eat to Champ Liston Deft LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) - It wouldn't be fair to say that when Floyd Patterson packed his bags to come to Las Vegas to fight Sonny Liston, ho came prepared for defeat. T li c ex-world heavyweight champion says he has an equal chance with Listen to regain the title in their Monday night fight. But in the words of Patterson himself, he did bring along his famous disguise of a false beard and moustache in the event he loses "bad." Boxing fans throughout the world were startled, if not astounded, last September when the fallen champion, hurrying from the scene of his one-round knockout to Liston in Chieagu, was discovered driving to his New York home alone and lonely, wearing tiiis weird beard and moustache. Today, Patterson said he has the same masquerade here. He didn't reveal it; he simply confirmed it, as if putting a false beard and moustache in his gear was just like bringing along an extra pair of socks. "Yes, I have the beard and moustache; I'm not ashamed of it," Floyd said. Was it because in the event he loses, he wouldn't want to be bothered by people, by autograph hunters? "No, not that. But — and I don't think I will lose, or lose bad, like before. But if 1 did, I would put it on because I would be ashamed of myself. I would have let my friends down. I would want to cover my face." No one asked, perhaps in charity to the ex-champion, if he had a premonition of defeat before the first Liston fight, since he has said he brought the disguise before that fight. Patterson made it clear, however, as far as he was concerned, he does not anticipate defeat in the return bout — or at least such a quick rout of two minutes, six seconds. "My chances are just as good as his," he declared. Patterson was bitter hi rebuking intimations that he was suddenly seized with fear and froze in the first Liston fight. CHICAGO (UPD - Elana K. in sixth place for the first half mile, unleashed a powerful burst of speed Tuesday night to win the featured mile pace at Sportsman's Park. The mare defeated Eddie Towne by a neck and Actor Abbe was third, two lengths back. Fight Results By The Associated Press HOUSTON, Tex.-Tod Herring, 205, Houston, knocked out Otis Lee, 193-, Houston, 5. NEW YORK - Johnny Persol, 163V2, Brooklyn, outpointed Willie Giles, 158%, Miami Beach, Fla., 8. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Ray (Flash) Coleman, 129, Phoenix, and Jorge Ceja, 128, Mexico City, drew, 10. Bit* Boy SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPD—Er­ nie Ladd, 6-9, 321-pound defensive tackle with the San Diego Chargers, is a wrestler during 'the off­ season. He went undefeated during a three-month tour of Texas early this year. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS I White Sox (2) ab r n Leahy Tapper Galloway Ehrenhar't Fuson Carr Quigley Reuter Huss Hinkson Spillers FTillemeyer Parton Flair Lewis 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 Totals 41 18 221 Totals 21 2 4 Score by innings: Yankees 014 940—18 White Sox 100 100— 2 Winning pitcher, Drasites; losing pitcher, Hillemeyer. Giants (8) Nocella- Derry Mason Fox Milligan Adams Welty Jacobs Maciel Lindsey Yourison Taylor ab r h 4 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 Cowan Gottenborg 4 Bravei (6) ab r h 3 0 0 Lewis Hoerner Hendricks Mummy Glaseman Malmrose Goodin 0 OlShelton 1 01 Watson 0 01Jones I iturgeon 24 6 5 Totals 30 8 111 Totals Score by innings: Giants 400 103—8 Braves 400 002—6 Winning pitcher, Welty; losing pitcher, Watson. Packers Open Practice Drills GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP)-The last of the regulars pulled into the training camp of the National Football League champion Green Bay Packers Tuesday night and immediately began taking their physicals. The examinations mean that veterans and rookies alike will begin full scale drills today. The Packers meet the College All- Stars in Chicago Aug. 2. San Francisco 9 s Treads Softly but Awfully Potent Timber Yesterday's Stars PITTSBURGH (VPt) - Many years ago Theodore Roosevelt ut* tered "walk Softly and carry a big stick," and it could be that Willie McCovey heard about that saying. The big man of the San Francisco Giants has been speaking with his bat but he is chary with words. Take Tuesday night against the Pittsburgh Pirates. McCovey's batting streak was in jeopardy in the first game of a twi-night dott- bleheader. Don Cardwell had struck him out twice and got him to ground out. McCovey came to the plate with two out in the ninth and the score tied two-all. The count was 2-1, and it appeared that Willie's hitting streak would end at 19 games, three shy of the San Francisco mark of 22 he set as a rookie in 1959. But Willie rapped a high fast ball on the outside and lofted it into the right field stands for his 27th homer and a 3 -2 victory for the Giants. He extended his streak but ended a Pirate winning Two Top-Seeded Advance in Tennis Tourney ST. LOUIS (AP)—The two top seeds advanced with ease in third round junior boys matches of the St. Louis invitational tennis tournament Tuesday, 'but two other seeded players were eliminated. Tom Maxeiner, No. 1, trimmed Bill "Bane, Odessa, Tex., 6-1, 6-2, and second-ranked Gary Rieser dropped Renny Goldberg, Youngstown, Ohio, by the same score. Maxeiner and Rieser are both from St. Louis. The fifth seed, Jack Waltz, Mt. Lebanon, Pa., lost his match to Steve Foster, Hollywood, Calif., 8-6, 3-6, 6-2, and Brian Leek, also of Hollywood, upset Lee Cantrow, Baton Rouge, La., No. 6, 6-4, 6-4. Ham Magill, the third seed, defeated Mike McClean, Sacramento, Calif., 6-1, 6-1. Fourth-seeded Mike Nolan, Decatur, 111., was upset earlier. skein at five games. Willie didn't wait so long In the second game. Me blasted a slider in the first inning from Don Schwall for a home run and he now leads the majors in that department with 28. Me also singled home a run in that game. In his current 21-game batting string, McCovey has smashed 14 homers and driven in 24 runs for a .341 batting verage. McCovey still is handicapped by a bruised leg suffered last Saturday in Philadelphia when he was hit by Ryne Duren, an incident that prompted Giant manager Alvin Dark to order retaliations against pitchers'who hit his players. By the Associated Press BATTING - Willie McCovey, Giants, homered in each game of the Giants' doubleheaddr split with Pittsburgh. McCovey's ninth, inning homer won the opener 3-2. Pittsburgh took the second by the same score despite McCovey's 28th homo run and run-scoring single which extended his hitting streak to 21 games. PITCHING - Bobby Shantz, Cardinals, fanned eight of the bat' ters he faced in a brilliant 3 2-3 inning relief stint and was Credited with St. Louis' 5-4 victory over Cincinnati in 10 innings. MIKE OWENS, cage coach at Limestone High School, has been one of the top hitters throughout the season for the Blatz Warriors. Weather permitting, Owens and his Blatz teammates were to face the Rock Island Nationals tonight at H.T. Custer Park. Trinity Produces Top-Notch Netmen READ THE WANT ADS! Major League Box Scores ^TIIi ^MER^ 7 KEEP COOL the modern way with room or central air conditioning, humidity controls, attic fan installations and other comfort- creating improvements for your home. FINANCE THE COST through ouj office with a convenient monthly repayment plan that fits your income and your expenses. FY 0 ma mm I C K I CI I I «3~ OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 7:30 351 E- Main St. Galesburg PAVE PATTERSON, Mgr. - 343-3157 MILWAUKEE I ab : hbl Jones 4 0 1 0-Landr'm Mave 4 0 0 0 Brock H.Aa'n 4 0 1 01 Williams Malhe's 2 0 0 0 Santo Tone 3 0 0 0 Banks Larker 2 0 0 OjHubbs aTA'n 0 0 0 0|Bcrtel] Boiling 1 0 0 0 Sehaffer bOliver 0 10 OiRodgers MeMi'n 2 0 0 OBuhl L-Dillrd 1 0 0 0|Elston Menke 0 0 0 0 LcMay sadow'i 2 0 0 OMcDan'l dCran'l 10 0 0 CHICAGO ab r h bl 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total? 27 0 2 0 Totals 23 1 3 1 x Klstun safe on catcher's interference in 8th. A—Kan for Larker in 8th: b— popped out for Bulling in Sth; c— grounded out lor McMillan in 8tn; d--struek out for Sadowski in Uth. Score bv innings: Milwaukee . 000 000 OOO—0 Chicago . ... 000 010 00.\--1 E—Landrum, Torre. PO-A—Milwaukee 24-12 Chicago 27-11. DP— Rodgers, Hubbs and Banks; Buhl, Rodgers and Hubbs; McMillan, Bollin and Larker. LOB—Milwaukee 3. Chicago 3. SB—H. Aaron. HR—Hubbs._SB—Brock. ip h r «r bbio .331112 7 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 ! 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Sadowski I.. 0-4 Buhl W, 9-6 E is i on l'-j LeMav McDaniel _ HBP—By Sadowski. Landrum. U Pelekoudas. Walsh, Burkhart. T— i 2.01. A—14,527. NIGHT GAME WASHINGTON CHICAGO abrhbi ab r h b Breed'g 5 0 2 2 H'sh'g'r 3 1 1 0 Minoso 4 0 0 0; Fox 2 0 0 0 cKing 0 0 0 OlLandis 4 0 11 Hinton 5 0 3 01 Ward 4 0 0 0 Leppert 4 0 1 01 Hansen 3 0 0 0 Lock 4 0 0 OlNichol 'n 4 0 10 Zim'er 4 0 0 01 MeCraw 2 0 0 0 Osbor'e 4 1 1 0|aWcis 1 0 0 0 \Cott'r 2 11 Oi Martin 0 0 0 0 Osteen 3 1 2 1 UlLollar 10 0 0 Carreon 3 0 0 0 Pizarro 2 4 14 bl.emon 10 0 0 Brosnan 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 3 10 3 Totals 30 1 4 1 a Grounded out for MeCraw in 7th: li—grounded out foi Pizarro in 7th: c--walked for Minoso in 9th; d—grounded into a force play for Martin in Slth. x—reached base on catcher's interference in 4th. Score bv innings: Washington —030 POO J00—3 Chicago 1O0 000 000—1 E Carreon 2. Hansen. PO-A— Washington 27-15; Chicago 27-12. DP—Hansen. Fox and MeCraw; MeCraw. Hansen and Pizarro; Breeding, Cottier and Osborne. LOB—'vashington 9. Chicago 6. 2B —Landis. 3B—Breeding SB—Hershberger. S— Fox. Osteen ip h x et bb*o Osteen W. 3-6 9 4 113 6 Pizarro L, 11-5 .-7 7 3 0 1 4 Brosnan . . 2 3 0 0 1 3 PB—Leppert. U—Stewart. Salerno. Range, Soar. T—2:16. A— 10.215. ST. LOUIS ab r hbl Flood Kolb Groat White James Boyer McCa'r Javier 3 4 0 5 0 3 2 5 0 4 1 4 0 2 0 bMusial 1 0 Maxvil 1 0 Burd'te 3 0 Shantz 1 0 CINCINNATI ab r hbl 1! Rose 01 Harper 11 Pinson Robins'n Keough =Pav'teh Edwards Freese Carde'as Maloney cCole'an 0! Zanni IdWalters 1 i Jay 0 I Henry 0 Totals 3d 5 8 5' Totals 40 4 10 3 a- Singled for Maloney in 7th: b — struck out for Javier in 8th; c— fanned for Keough in 8th; d— •struck out for Zanni in 9th. Score by innings: St. Louis .010 002 000 1—5 Cincinnati .. 000 Oil 200 0—4 E—Flood, Rose. Maloney. PO-A— St. Louis 30-U. Cincinnati 30-12. DP—Cardenas and Keough. LOB— St. Louis 10, Cii.cinnaU 6. 2B— White. Harper, Keough. Cardenas. 3B-Kolb. HR—Flood, Boyer. S— Flood. Burdette Shantz W, 4-2 Maloney Zanni fay L, 4-14 Kenry . ~WP^Maloney"" Harvey, Weyer. — 3>,i ...7 fa 9 1 4 1 0 0 2 1 1 r 9* bbio 4 3 0 3 0 0 G 8 4 4 6 8 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 -Barlick, Vargo, •2:54. A—12.164. RIVER FOREST, 111. (AP) Trinity University is becoming the nation's top producer of young tennis stars and apparently the key to their success is relaxation. Three members of the San Antonio, Tex., school's team including Wimbledon Champion Chuck McKinley of St. Louis,' moved in to third round action of the National Clay Court Tennis Championships today in a confident manner. McKinley, one of eight players vho arrived a clay late due to previous tournaments in Europe, faced rugged Jerry Moss of Miami, Fla. The other two Trinity stars are Edward /Butch) Newman and Cliff Buchholz. Newman faces Ecuador's Eduardo Zuleta while' Buchholz takes on Tom Edlefsen of Berkeley, Calif. Trinity Coach Clarence Mabry says his players have been successful because of luck .and confidence. But the Trinity players feel that "a relaxed player" probably has the best chance of surviving. •'Sure you can make mistakes, but if you're always keyed up, you might punish yourself too severely in case of a long match," Williamsfield Tug-of-War Team Cops Title The Williamsfield Future Farmers of America tug-of-war team won first place last night at the Heart of Illinois Fair in Peoria. It was the second straight title for the Billtown crew which won in 1962. Members of the team are Delmar Howard, Dan Foulk, Lloyd Galbreath, Russell Galbreath, Ralph Endress, Royce Coe, Joe German and Berry Hull. Williamsfield pulled against 10 other teams and won a trophy 2 ' and §50 cash prize. said Buchholz. While the Trinity trio carved victories—two in one day for McKinley—a majority of the men's dometics seed succumbed to the upset bug. The bug was so active only McKinley, Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield, Calif., and Arthur Ashe, from UCLA and the lono Negro entrant, are left. Third seeded Marty Riessen of Northwestern and Charles Para- sell were knocked out in the first round. Both sixth seeded Bill Lenoir of Tucson, Ariz., and Larry Nagler, No. 7, squeezed by the first round but fell in the second. In the women's ranks, top seed­ ed Darlene Hard of Long Beach, Calif, and Billie Jean Moffit, also of Long Beach, won easily while Maria Bueno of Brazil, first seeded in the foreign division, gained the quarter-final round. McKinley was supposed to have arrived at 1 p.m. from St. Louis, but the weather delayed him en- route by car and he came 70 minutes late. He swept James Parker of St. Louis, 6 -4, 6-2, then retired to a room where he signed countless youngsters' autographs. McKinley then strolled back on to the court and disposed of Norman Perry of Los Angeles, 6-1, 9-7. 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