Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 26, 1973 · Page 34
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 26, 1973
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34 GolesburQ ReQister^Moil, (Sdlesbura, III. Thursday. April 26, 1973 Streaks Top ljuincy Nine In League I . By STEVE TRACY •jGdlesburg remained undefeated in Western Big Six Conference play Wednesday afternoon p.s the Silver Streaks topped Qujncy 11-7. j^Galesburg currently sports a 6-2^ver-all record and a 3-0 con- 'terence slate. The Streaks will ffitum to action today when they 'fece Peoria Spalding at Bradley Pmk. Galesburg will also face three opponents this weekend lihcn they take on Canton Friday at the GHS diamond and travel to Quincy Saturday for games with Rock Island and Rji'ck Island Alleman. -;i^uincy's pitching staff got off to.'a bad start as they walked iH" two runs in,the first inning. Ki^yin Jackson, Rick Wilder and Mike Ostrander each drew walks to load the bases, and tben Louie Vitali walked to force a run across. Mark Thiel then walked for the second Galesburg score that inning. The Streaks added another run in the bottom of the second. Wilder drew a walk and advanced to second on a single by Ostrander. Wilder then ad* vanced to third on a fielder's choice and scored on a wild pitch. After two innings of play, the Streaks held a 6-3 lead. After holding Quincy scoreless in the top of the third, the Streaks exploded for five runs and took a commanding 11*3 lead. Wilder drew his third walk or the game and advanced to second on a balk. Ostrander then tripled to left center and scored Wilder. Vitali then smashed a towering home run to center field to make the score 9 -3. Thiel singled and stole second and scored on a double by Tony Nelson. Forrey Franckey popped a triple to right field to give the Streaks an 8- run lead going into the fourth inning. Quincy managed to get the OilVander made the score 3^ bases loaded in the top of the on a wild pitch, and Vitali add- fourth but couldn't get a run ed- another run on a fielder's across, and neither team scored ci'X>ice. Thiel added the fifth in the fourth inning. to round out the first in-j The Blue Devils brought two Substitutes Snatch Out of Defeat for Chargers Wm ^ m not often ttMt idbs get (0 ftay, and iVs even r«wr tHwn my win a baeebaU gibme. fiut irin they did for (tie M Sandbufg Chargers here Wednesday afternoon. Sauk VaUey had taken a 2-0 lead in the first Inning at the Arrowhead Conference game. The score remained the same as Sandburg did not score in (he first six innings, and Stuk Valley was unaWe to bring in another run. Ilienin the (^ ol the sev entti inning, Chmger ooach Jiin liiMcson decided to do some- tfiii« ditfenent. He |iut In sub- stttiites lor seven o£ the nine fMSitions in the lineup. "Our regulan Ju«t weren't agg^ve enough," explained Isaacson, I Uxk out all bqt (he pitcher and catcher." The fliwitch paid off. Sandburg went scoreless in the seventh and eighth innings, but (hen the suhs went to work in (he top ol the ninth. First, catcher Lyle Smith Major League Box Scores Vitali Slides Home Oalesburg's Louie Vitali slkles safely into home plate to score against the Quincy Blue Devils at the high school diamond Wednes­ day afternoon. Hie Silver Streaks won the Western Big Six Conference contest 11-7. t '^Uncy made tlie score 5-3 in Xtib second inning on a triple with the bases loaded which brought three runs across the •plate. Moseville Is oEop Finisher In Triangular , Roseville and Union both took ^ij?; first place trophies, but Roseville had greater depth and won a triangular track ,m«€t Wednesday afternoon. Roseville came up with a to­ tal'of 761/2 points to outdistance second place Union, which had «4% points. Northwestern fin- islied last in the 3-team meet V(ith 18 points. Moore of Northwestern was a triple winner in the long and hij;;h jumps and the high hur- "dins. Jones of Union won the •^m and 220-yard dashes, and Stricklcr of Roseville placed first in the mile and 2-mile dis- '""("0 runs. I-onc .Tumi) — Mooro (N), Slovcr (ti). Castle m, nubcrg (U). Dis- tcTiice, 19-6. Shot .— Jones (U). Mason (R), ShtHimon (U), Buberg (U). Dis- t,1fiee, 40-9'/4. , Discuss — Shauman (U), Purlee at). Mason (R), Cibb (R). Distance, 122-7. High Jump — Moore (N), Wegman (U). Torrance (U), Moore (R). Height. 3-0. 2 Mile — Strickler (R), Byers (R). Houston (R), Bigger (U). Time, 11:04.8. High Hurdles — Moore (N), Hon- deijR), Curomlngs (R), Ruberg (U), ,'tinie, :15.7. — Jones (U), Casteel (R). Sparrow (R), Ruberg (U). Time. rJO .6. — Moore (R), Wagner (U). mr (R), Wigbee (U), Time. Relay — Union, Roseville. 4!ic^, 1:41.6. •'Bele Vault — Eaton (U), Hendel -<R*y Parsons (U), Cook (R). Height, lOit. 1 ^0 — Oliver (R), Miller (U), Tor- 'Ui. Johnson (R). Time, :38 6. Walton Tow Hurdles — Hendel (R), Gates TJLpgve (Ni, Slover (U), Ruberg (U). Anders ;Tltme. ;22,:i .Smilh «./Afile - '^•rlckler iRi, Byer."! (Rl, Wewell -^Vnnner • lUi. Tavlor (R). Time, Knott 220 — Jones (Ui. Lov (R), .Sparrow (R), Slover (U). Time, :24.7. , Total runs across in the top of the fifth on a single and a passed ball. Galesburg was held scoreless in the bottom of the fifth to make the score 11-5 going ir<to the sixth inning. Quincy brought two more runs across in the sixth, but the game was called after five and one half innings because of darkness with Galesburg leading 11-7. Ostrander had the big bat for the Silver Streaks as he went three for three at the plate, including a triple and one RBI.- Vitali, Theil, Ne\son and Fran- ckdy each picked up one h i t, including a double by Nelson and a triple by Franckey. Dan Jacobs also connected for one run batted in. Jacobs, Franckey, and Mike Thompson combined their pltch- irg efforts as they struck out 11 batters and allowed only seven hits. Jacobs picked up his third win of the season against only one loss. He pitched the first one and two-thirds Innings, striking out four batters and giving up only four hits. Forrey Franckey totaled two and one- third innings and struck out a total of five batters. Thompson finished the game for the Silver Streaks, pitching the final two innings. Coach Beal commented after the game that although the i Streaks won, they weren't play MMtt«al Hunt FoU Jr'fn'sn Farny Sngl'ton. Roque H'phry Day Bc'c'bla Frias Bailey Moore Mr'ahall Woods Walker hbl 1 1 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ;C'cp'cn 4 Morgan 5 Bench 4 Perez 2 Sh'blm 2 Git'Uno 2 Stahl 1 Menke 1 G'imo 3 Bnglim 2 Rose 0 Lck'lr 0 Borbon 0 CindiiMli ak r hbl Total 34 4 8 4[ Total 28 7 6 5 Score by innings: Montreal 000 20O 101-4 CtndnnaU 000 003 04x—7 E—Moore, Roque, Frias, Concepcion. DP—Montreal 1, Cincinnati 1. LOB—Montreal 4, Cincinnati 8, 2B—Morgan. HR—Morgan (4th). SB—Foil. Concepclon. S—Geronimo, Gagllano, BllUngham, Menke. SF—MenTte. • Ip h r or bb so Moore S'/a 3 3 2 8 4 MarshaU 1% 1 0 0 1 0 Walker (L 1-1) - 1 2 4 0 1 0 BlUingham (W 3-0) 8 8 3 2 1 4 Borbon 12 110 1 Save—Borbon (3). WP—Moore. Chleaa* KeMy May Allen Melton H'dr'sn An'drws Hr'mnn Orta Leon Wood ab t 5 1 hbl 3 0 Iciarke WhlU MAlou Murcer Hart Falou Nettles _ Munson 3 Michael 3 Stle'mr 0 iLyla 0 New Yofk •b r h bl ••a f raaeiteo ab ff hbl Bonds Fuentes SMicr M?Cvy Kng'mn Thms'rn Mt'thws Rader Mri'chl 0 0 1 0 2 1 11 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 Mn'day Bck'rt Wl'lma Ppi'tne Santo Garrett g« Jenkins Hik'mn La'Rch Burris Total 34 9 9 41 Total 34 0 8 0 Score by innings: _ . San Francisco 110 001 020-S Chicago 000 OOO OOO-O E—Kesslnger, LaRoche., DP—San Francisco 1, Chicago 2. LOB—San Francisco 4, Chicago 7. 2B—Pepitone. HR—Speler (3rd), Kingman (1st). SB—Fuentes. S— Marlchal. Ip h f er bb so Marichal (W 4-1) 9 8 0 0 0 4 Jenkins (L 1-2) - 7 5 3 2 1 8 LaRoche - - 1 IJ * J « » Burrls 1 1 0 0 0 0 Now York ab r Hr'rl'sn Millan Mihier Staub The'dre Garrett Mr'tn'z Grote Kc'man hbl 1 0 1 0 1 2 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 00 0 0 Action at Second There is a flurry of action at second base as Galesburg's Mark Thiel (15) begins his slide to avoid the tag of the Quincy fielder, behind Thiel. (Register-Mail photos by Dale Humphrey) ing to their full potential. "I thought we played bad. Take away the five walks in the first inning, and we would have lost by one," he said. "We only got six hits — four in the third inning." Qulaer Oa: ab r h Spn'moore 3 0 3 Bracy Gray Gott Leonard ab > Jackson 3 l 0 1 Wilder 0 0 Ostrander 1 0 vitali 2 1 Thiel 1 0 Nelson 2 2 Jacobs (I IFranckey 1 n «!Vilardo tr 0 McKillip 0 0 Resclnito 1 3 3 2 3 1 3 2 a 1 n 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 n ;i (I i> Mll< Tinje, He Relay — won by Roseville, 3:56.6. Quincy Galesburg 24 7 7 IThompson 0 0 0 Total 23 11 6 030 022— 7 818 OOx—11 Bicycle Season is Here! Bikes are more popular than ever . .. especially with thieves protectyour bike with: "a super-security combination" '84 MASTER (WEIDED lINK) CHAIN - 6 ft. of hordentd tUtl - 'H11 AMERKAN PAD10(K - doiiblf locking COM hordtntd thacklo Available at 343-5012 713 f. Moin Galesburg mj^'^'t mss&^ Ponies Notch pm ^^^^L^.-^*^.'. '^^Bj First V lli^^ This Season Jim Foster went two for tliree as tiie Galesburg Ponies registered tlieir first win of the season Wednesday niglit, 4-2. Tlie Ponies beat the Quincy sophomores at the Lalte Storey diamond as they raised their year's record to 1-3. Craig Parlcer was the winning pitcher as he went the distance, giving up five hits and strilcing out 10 batters while wallcing only two. Marty Hansen aided the winner's cause with a double. The Ponies will play their next game Friday afternoon when they host the Canton sophomore Little Giants. Bowling Scores CnOBSTOWN LEAOUE High team series, Knox Laundry, 2455: high team game, Olson's Grain & Supply, 839. High individual se'-ies. Dot Pat- 'on. 465; hieh individual game. Dot ration, 187. ALLEY CATS LEAGUE High team series. Labor Temple, 2637; high team game, Lawson's Auto Body, 916. High individual series. Norma Donaldson, S26; high individual game, Norma Donaldson, 215. Gets Back Safely Kevin Jacl<son of Galesburg gets bacl< to first base safely after leading off in the game against Quincy Wednesday on the GHS diamond. Bill Singer Is Flashing Old Form for California By FRED McMANE UPI Sports Writer A healthy Bill Singer could provide some sweet niu,sic for ttic California Angels this season. Singer, who celebrated his 29th birthday Tuesday, record- j;d his third victory of the season Wednesday night when he stopped the Baltimore Orioles on four hits while pitching the Angels to a 1-0 victory. The fastballing right­ hander strucli out 10, including six in a row at one stretch, in 0 u t d u e 1 i n g southpaw Dave McNally. Singer's main problem will be to avoid ilhiess or injury. Both things have plagued him throughout his career. The only run Singer needed Wednesday night came on a single by Valentine in the eighth inning which scored Grebarkewitis. The Orioles, meanwhile, got only one runner as far as third base against Singer. In other AL action, Cleveland nipped Oakland, 1-0, Boston ; edged Minnesota, 4-3, Kansas .City nipped Milwaukee, 3-2, "ifxas downed Detroit, 4-1, and Chicago blanked New York, 3-0. I In National League games, San Francisco blanked Chicago, 5-0, Cincinnati topped Montreal, 7-4, Atlanta beat Philadelphia, 5 2, New York downed Houston, 5-2, and Los Angeles edged St. i Louis in 11 mnings, 5-3. San Diego at Pittsburgh was postponed because of rain. Dick Tidrow tossed a two- hitter as the Indians shut out Oakland. Tidrow outdueled Rol- !ie Fingers and got the only run he needed in the second inning when the Indians scored an unearned run as the result ol back-io-Dack errors by Bert Caiiipaneris and Sal Bando. .John Kennedy's run-scoring double ill the sixth inning eiu'bJed the Red Sox to beat the Twins. Kennedy's hit drove in designated hitter Orlando Cepe-i da, who had doubled off the leftfield wall to open the inning, Cepeda went two for four. Carlton Fisk had his sixth hcmer for Boston and Luis Aparicio of the Red Sox collected his 2,000th career single, Lou Pmiella's two-run double keyed a three-run first inning that paced the Royals' triumph. The victory, combmed with Minnesota's loss, put Kansas City back into furst place m the American League West. Wayne Simpson went 8V4 mnings to post his second victory of the year. Bob Coluccio had a homer for Milwaukee. Toby Harrah collected three singles, drove m one run and scored another as Texas handed Detroit's Joe Coleman his first loss after four victories. Jeff Burroughs hom­ ered for Texas and he ped Rich Hand to his first triumph of the year. Total a« 311 3| Total 32 0 5 0 Score by Innings: Chicago 100 100 010—3 New York,_—... .-.000 000 000-0 LOB—Chicago 8. New York 5. 2B—Munson. HR—May (3). SB- Allen. Ip h r erbbio Wood (W 4-2) -. 8 8 0 0 0 4 Stottlemyre (L 2-3) 8 10 3 3 2 6 Lyle — 1 1 0 0 0 0 Afe« Helms Cedeno Watson Wynn Rader Howard Mtz'ger May Wilson Griffin Stewart Up'shw Alou Cs'grve Htfititeii ab r hbl 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $if«Ied. tlKfi John MelfiUght end BiuK» Suiean drew fiilk; to load (He twses i«ith 0(dy cm out. Hie Quagm* flfst More came when Stan Tate hit a ground ball. Tate nm tiirawn out at first h«se, but a ran was driven in to make (he More U. . With men on second and Ithird base, I>an Van Mraker fntuvided what was needed. Van Broker sii^led to bring in both AteNaught and Duncin for (he tying and Winning runs, re^ spectively. Pitcher Gary Woodson, who was CMcttted with the victory, put down tiie first three Sauk Valtey batters in the bottom of the ninth frame to {Preserve the win. For Woodson it was the third win of (he season against no defeats as he struck out 13 battens wliUe allowing four hits, two walks and one earned run. Suffering (he losis for Sauk Valley was JRobbie Hand, who went eight and one - third innings. As a team, Sandburg pounded out seven hits in 32 trips to the plate. Getting single hits for the Ohaigers were Mark Wingo, Paul Miller Duane Spillers and Ed IRookhold as well as Smith, Van Broker and Woodson. Jim Lee' went three for four for Sauk Valley. The victory raises Sandbui^'s season mark to 4-L In the conference the Chargers are now 3-1. The next action for Sand- bui^ will be a doiddeheader with the Illinois State University junior varsity at Blo(»ning- ton Saturday. carl Sandburg Sank VaU< ab r h 3 0 0 Total 34 9 9 5) Total 32 2 6 2 Score by inninfs: New York .013 010 000—5 Houston — 100 000 100—2 E—Watson. OP—Houston 1. LOB —New York 8, Houston 8. SB ~ Rader. Howard, Mllnar, Watson. SB- Helms. HR—Staub 2 (1. 2), Rader (3). S~Harrelson. SF—Cedeno, Ip h r ar bb so Koosman (W 3-0) 9 6 2 2 2 3 Wilson (L 1-3) . 2 "3 6 4 4 1 2 Griffin --2% 1 1 1 2 1 Upshaw . ..a 1 0 0 1 1 Cosfrove 2 10 0 11 Coley Webber Wingo Miller Georges Jonaa smith Johnson McNaught SpiUera Duncan Rockhold Tate • VanBroker 3 Woodson 4 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 Lee Book Wohrley Schott Webster Shaddick Zinanni Weed Stokes Wller Hand Fiction ab r h 4 13 3 10 4 0 1 4 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 Ck Total 32 3 7) Total 34 2 4 Score by innings: Carl Sandburg ....000 000 003—3 Sauk VaUey - 200 000 00O-2 Kentucky Genflemon .-Qf. $4.19, 3 for $12.00 OLD CROW 5th $3.99 TEN HIGH 5th $3.49 EARLY TIMES 5th $4.29 GILBEYS VODKA 5th $3.39 SMIRNOFF VODKA 80 Proof 5th $3.99 FOUR ROSES 5th $3.99 WHITE TAVERN GIN or VODKA Quort $3.69 FLEISCHMANN'S VODKA Vi Gollon $6.99 CROW LIGHT WHISKEY 5th $3.99 SKY LARK LIGHT WHISKEY —- 5th $3.49 BARTON Q.T. 5th $3,69 GILBEYS GIN 5th $3.49 BEEFEATER GIN Quort $6.89 FLEISCHMANN'S GIN — — . 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