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Gene seo and Galva Post Wins in Legion Tourney Yanks Grab First Place In LL Play The Yankees broke out of a first • place deadlock with the Tigers by routing the former co- leaders, 10-0, in Little League activity at 0, N. Custer Park, Friday night. The Cubs outscored the Giants, 5-2, in the other contest played last night. The combined pitching talents of Jim Sundberg and winning, hurl- cr, Gary Drasites, who did not allow the Tigers.a hit or a run, knocked the Tigers from the spot which they had held since the beginning of the season. Sundberg sparked the winners' attack with a trio of hits in as many trips to the plate. Ruben Triplctt with two hits, including a home run, paced the Cubs to their win. Roger 'Jiri- motich picked up the triumph for the Cubs. Due to the eclipse this afternoon, the starting times for tonight's games have been revised. The Indians will battle the Red vSox at 6:15, while the Pirates and Dodgers will tangle at 8. Tigers (0) ab r h £lark Henley Hawley Sink McGrifJE Webber Allison Stellcr Zcfo Shannon Taclie Miller 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 o n 1 o n 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Horn Standard Doyle Sundberg Panther Lischwe Barnfield Hawklnson Drasites Swanson Yankees (10) ab r h 4 1 1 4 1 1 3 2 1 3 2 3 4 1 2 2 1 2 3 0 1 3 11 1 0 0 1 1 0 Totals 19 0 01 Totals 28 10 12 Score by innings: Tigers _ 000 000— 0 Yankees 002 08x—10 winning pitcher, Drasites; losing pitcher, Sink. Cianls (2) Nocella Derry Mason Lindsey Fox Milligan Wclty Adams Hllligosn Maciel Patton Taylor Cubs (S) ab t h| ab r h 2 0 OlWetherbee 1 0 0 3 0 01 Gibbs 1 0 0 2 0 0 Ponce 1 0 0 1 0 OlRo.Triplett 0 1 0 3 0 nlRu.Triplett 3 2 2 2 1 0| Hick 2 1 0 2 1 llWiggnlc 1 0 1 3 0 1| Olmsted 3 0 1 10 01 Clague 3 0 O 2 0 01 Sibley 3 0 0 1 0 HCirimotich 2 0 O 1 0 01 White 10 0 i Bayless 0 0 0 I Peck 0 1 0 Totals 23 2 31 Totals 21 "s ~4 Winning pitcher, Cirimotich; losing pitcher, Fpx. Blatz Travels To Carthage On Sunday Blatz's Warriors will be seeking their eleventh victory of the current campaign against Menns Firestone of Carthage in a 3:30 p.m. contest at Carthage Sunday afternoon. Carthage had a 9-0 record before falling to Blatz 5-4, in Galesburg earlier this season. Since then, the Carthage squad has also been beaten by Joliet in state tournament action. The home team will field five ex-minor league performers on their squad. The Blatz squad will leave from Bob Wright's home at 1 p. m., Sunday. Must Qualify For Tournament By the Weekend Galesburg golfers are reminded that qualifying rounds for the Bunker Links play tournament must be played by this weekend. The pairings will be drawn up Monday and released for publication early next week. All those competing, except defending champion Bill Fox, will be required to play an 18 hole qualifying round. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! cari and top service. Contact at toiijrl DEAN HILL 174 N. Academy Phone 343 1338 P 621033 STATE FARM life Insurance Company Galesburg Slated to Meet Lewintown Club tonight Galva and Geneseo earned semi-final berths in the 15th District American Legion Baseball Tournament with victories at H. T. Custer Park, Friday night. Galva nipped Farmington-in a nine-inning overtime contest, 3-2. Geneseo had an easier time of it in eliminating Rushvillc, 5-2, in the second game of the evening. Tonight, Canton meets Andover at 7, while Lcwistown takes on host Galesburg at 8:45. A double, a single, and an error in the ninth inning gave Galva its triumph. Hall led off with a double and advanced to' third on a single. After one man was out, Schmidt hit a ground ball to the Farmington first baseman who elected to go to second base in hopes of a twin-killing, However, his throw went awry, and Hall crossed the plate with the winning run. A long home run by Stuckcy in the bottom of the sixth with a mate aboard erased a. 2-0 Farmington lead. Schmidt was the winning hurler for Galva with Warner taking the defeat. Jim Van Opdorp fanned 12 men in his seven-inning shutout performance in the Geneseo victory. Galva will meet Geneseo at 1 p.m. Sunday, while the winners of the Caiulbn-Andovcr an ft Galesburg - Lcwistown clashes will tangle at 3:30. The two semi-final victors will get together Sunday night »i 8. Lewistown and pitcher Ray Conklin specifically have been pretty rough on the local legion crow thus for this season. Conk- Irn and his teammates own 4-3 and 5-3 wins over the charges of Coach Sam Andree. Galesburg, out to defend its state crown, has almost half of its team detasscling right now, and Andree has expressed concern that his club, which had been flying high with seven straight conquests, may hot be "razor sharp." Chuck Schacht is the probable starting pitcher for the locals tonight. Farmington (2) ab f h Fleming 3 0 l Capron 4 1 0 Rcld 4 0 0 Farralll 3 0 0 Browner 4 0 1 Warner 4 0 0 McCrae 4 1 1 Lcnzi 3 0 1 Johnson 2 0 0 Bolton 1 0 0 Vaughn Stuckoy Gerard Miller Manning Hall Larson Powers Schmidt Chilauskl Galva (3) ab r h 3 0 0 4 1 2 ,400 '311 4 0 0 4 1 2 4 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 34 3 5 Totals 32 2 41 Totals Score by innings: Farmington . 110 000 000—2 Galva 000 002 001—3 Winning pitcher, Schmidt; losing pitcher, Warner. Rushville (0) ab r h Rowland Smith Snowden Runklc Greer Mason Dolscr Ackman Ervln Bochm Wilson Geneseo (5) ab r h 3 0 OlHincs ,12 0 3 0 01 VanMeen'n /l 0 1 2 0 01 Rcllcy 3 1 1 3 0 1 Klovdhn 3 0 0 1 0 o|j.Wentz 3 0 0 2 0 OiVanDers'k 3 1 1 2 0 OIR.VanOp'p 2 0 1 3 0 OlMariman 3 1 2 2 0 OU.VanOp'p 3 0 0 1 0 01 1 0 II Totals 23 0 21 Totals 22 5 6 Score by innings: Rushville 000 000 0—0 Geneseo 230 000 x—5 Winning pitcher, Van Opdorp; losing pitcher, Snowden. STATE BOUND—Golfers shown, above will represent Galesburg in the Junior Jaycee State Meet Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. Shown from left arc Phil Hund, Dave Lundstrom and Bernard McKay. Don Ridings will also make the trip but was not present for the picture. • Local Golfers Compete in State Jaycee Tournament Four golfers will represent Galesburg in the Jaycee Junior Golf tournament at. Rockford Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. This quartet of golfers, all.un­ der 18 years of age, won berths in the state meet last Wednesday when they competed in the local district meet at Bunker Links. Bernard McKay, who copped '4 Scrappers to Play Toulon in Custer Parh The Toulon Lions will play Galesburg Bill's Scrappers in a girls softball game Sunday at 8 p.m. here in O. N. Custer Park. Manager Bill Costello's team defeated the Toulon team last month, 7 to 6, in a game at Toulon. Costello's team currently sports three wins against a single loss, and is aiming for one of its best seasons. Additional games are being booked on the local scene. top honors last week with a one- under par 71, will be joined by *Davc Lundslrom, who fired a 72, and Don Ridings, and Phil Hund. Ridings had a 77 and Hund a 78. The state tournament at Rockford will be a 3fi-hole medal play affair with practice rounds set for Monday and championship action slated for Tuesday and Wednesday, Admiral Manufacturing Corp. and Weaver-Yemm Motors are sponsoring the players' trip to Rockford. STARTING SUNDAY See ELVIS in "IT HAPPENID AT THE WORLD'S FAIR" THEATRE Knoxville EARL Aledo Whips Illinois City In Tournament ALPHA—Aledo defeated Illinois City, 2-1, Friday night, to complete second-round action in the Tri-County Tournament here. Semi-final action is slated for Sunday night with Monmouth and Viola squaring off in the first contest and Alpha and Aledo going in the second affair. The finals in the tournament will be Monday night. Sprinters Give Power lo IN learn MOSCOW (UPI) - The United States was expected to win eight of the 11 men's events today in the start of the dual track meet against Russia, using its tradition- a orint power for a big halfway lead. Despite the absence of four Yank world record-holders, the United States, as usual, was favored to win the men's competition in the two-day carnival, while the Russian women were picked to score their fifth straight victory over the American girls. Separate scoreboards have been set up in the stadium for the men's and women's competition and the meet officially will be scored separately as agreed unon between the two nations. However, as in the four oast meets between the two nations, the Soviet press is expected to combine the results again and claim "overall" victory. The Yank men picked to win events today arc nole vaulter John Pennel of Northeast Louisiana State; Bob Hayes ol Florida A*..vi in the 100-meters; Hayes Jones of Detroit in the 110-meter hurdles; Ralph Boston of Los Angeles in the broad jump: Dave Davis of the Marines in the shot put; Jim Dupree of Los Angeles in the 800- meters, Ulis Williams of Arizona State in the 400-meters and the 400-meter relay team of Gilbert, /Hayes, John Monn ol the n.S. Army and Paul Drayton of Cleveland. Church League CHURCH LEAGUE STANDINGS W L First Methodist 7 2 Covenant - 7 2 United Brethren 7 2 Coldbrook Christian..5 4 First' Lutheran 4 3 First Presbyterian -—4 4 Bethel Baptist 4 5 'Trinity Lutheran 3 5 Emmanuel Mcthodist-1 8 Jaycees --1 8 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE July 22—First Methodist vs. Mission Covenant, 7 p. m.; Emmanuel Methodist vs. Jaycees, 8:30 p. m. July 23—First Presbyterian vs. First Lutheran, 6:30 p. rn.; winner of the Covenant-First Methodist game vs. United Brethren, 7:30 p. m. for league title; First Lutheran vs. Trinity Lutheran, 8:30 p. m. Tourney will start Wednesday, July 24, weather permitting. Pairings will be announced Tuesday. Golesburg Kegister-Moil, Uaiesburg, III, baturdgy, July ,40, 1V63| J .3L. Cincinnati and Big 'O 9 to Play In Galesburg Cincinnati's fabulous Oscar Robertson Will ttiafce his first appearance in Galesburg Sept. 27 when the Royals and St. Louis .Hawks play in a National Basketball Association pre-season game on the Galesburg High School hardwood. . This is the second annual professional basketball game sponsored locally by BIG 'O'—Oscar Robertson, a three-time ail-American at Cincinnati and a star in the NBA. will be in action when the Cincinnati Royals battle the St. Louis Hawks In Galesburg this fall. (See story on right). Girls Travel on Tourney Circuit the Ralph M. Noble Post of the American Legion. Last year the St. Louis Hawks edged the Boston Celtics in the inaugural contest. Arrangements between the two teams have just been completed, it was announced this morning by Carl Hearrington, post commander. Robertson, three - time All- America a( Cincinnati University, is one of the all-time greats of basketball history. Last year with the Royals the Rig O averaged 28.3 points per game, was third in the league in field goal percentage and second in assists, leading his club in Two young tennis performers and their lather, a former Galesburg resident, stopped off in Galesburg this week en route to the Bath Tennis Club in Lake Bluff for national competition in the 16-year-old division. Harold Poisct, a 1933 graduate of Galesburg High School, brought his daughters, Melinda and MariAnna, to Galesburg this week to visit their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Poiset, who resides at 439 Lincoln St. The Poiscts who now live in El Cajon, Calif., a suburb of San Diego, have been on a tour which has taken them to the 14-ycar-old nationals in Chattanooga, Tcnn., and the St. Louis championships. MariAnna, 14, or "Dophie" as she is called on the tennis circuit, went, three sets before falling to the number two seed at Chattanooga. Dophie was defeated by the number one seed in the semifinals at St. Louis. According to her father, she was "playing with blisters under her cahouscs." Melinda, 15, playing in the 16- year-old division m St. Louis, was defeated in the quarter-finals. Both girls will be competing in the 16-year-old division at Major League Box Scores NIGHT GAME DETROIT I LOS ANGELES ab r hbil ab r h bi Wood 6 0 1 01 Pearson 4 2 0 O McAu'c 3 3 2 OlFrcgosi 4 2 2 1 Kalinc 5 0 1 llMoran 3 1-1 » Cola'ito 5 3 3 11 Wagner 4 0 11 Bruton 3 2 1 01 Kostro 4 0 11 Cash 5 1 1 3 1 Hunt 4 0 0 0 Phillips 4 0 1 llFoiles 2 0 0 0 Frfch'n 4 1 1 11 E.Sado'i 10 0" Lolich 2 0 0.0! Dees 4 0 IJ 0 Andc'n 0 0 0 01 Lee 3 0 10 aBrown 10 10! Osinski 0 0 0 0 Smith 0 0 0 0! Spring 0 0 0 0 bHcrz'g 1 0 1 21 Fowler 0 0 0 0 Mossi 1 0 1 01 Navarro 0 0 0 0 IcTorres 10 0 0 Totals40 10 14 91 Totals 33 5 7 3 a _Singled for Anderson in 7th; b—doubled for Smith in 8th; c— struck out for Navarro in 0th. Score by innings: Detroit 000 102 034—10 Los Angeles — - 200 020 100- 5 E—Bruton. Foiles, Wood, Phillips. Dees. PO-A—Detroit 27-10, Los Angeles 27-H. DP—McAuliffe, Wood and Cash. LOB—Detroit 0. Los Angeles H. 2B—Wagner, Moran. Bruton, Herzog, Messi. 3B—Mc­ Auliffe. HR—Colavito. SB—Wagner, Brown. S—Moran, Phillips. IP Lolich 5 Anderson 1 Smith W. 1-0 1 Messi 2 Lee ...7 xOsinski 0 h r er bb so 6 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 h 3 •i 2 Spring ';i 0 0 Fowler L, 3-2 1 3 4 Navarro =:i 3 1 x—Faced two men in 8th. WP—Lee, Lolich. PB—Freehan U—DiMuro, Carrigan," Flaherty Hurley. T—3:05. A—10,816. Four-year-olds won the most money in harness racing in 1962. Pacer Henry T. Adios earned $220,302 and trotter Duke Rodney won $206,113. NIGHT GAME CHICAGO I PITTSBURGH ab r h bi I ab r h bi Land'm 5 1 1 OiSchr.fi'd 5 0 11 Brock 4 1 2 OlVirrion a 1 2 1 Willia's 4 0 2 3!Cleme'tc 4 110 Santo 4 0 0 OlM'zer'ki 4 12 1 Banks 3 0 0 o; CTclenon 4 2 2 1 Hubbs 4 0 0 01 Bailey 3 0 1 2 Bertell 4 1 1 0'Mota 4 2 2 0 Rodg'rs 4 0 1 OiPagliar'i 4 2 A 1 Ellsw'h 2 1 1 01 Friend 2 0 11 aBurt'n 1 0 0 Oibl.ynch 1 1 1 Elston 0 0 0 OMcBcan 0 0 0 0 Warner 0 0 0 0 1 cRanew 1 0 V \] Totals SB 4 9 4 Total: 36 il 16 O a—Flicd out for Ellsworth in 7th; h—singled lor Friend in 8th; c— singled for Warner in 0th. Score by innings: Chicago 003 0OO OOl—4 Pittsburgh"" — -002 Oil 03x-n E—Williams. PO-A—Chicago 2415 Pittsburgh 27-12. DP—Santo. Hubbs and Banks. LOB—Chicago 6 Pittsburgh 5, 2B— Mota, William- 3B—Williams. Ciendenon. S —Friend. SF—Bailey. ~~ ip h r er bb so Ellsworth L. 13-7-6 9 4 4 0 4 xElston 1 4 4 4 0 1 Warner 1 3 110 0 Friend W. 11-8 -.8 6 3 3 14 McBcan 1 3 1 1 0 3 x—Faced four men in 8th. ~Balk~McBean. U - Donalelli, Crawford, Vcnzon, Stciner. T—2:30. A—13,670. NIGHT GAME LOS ANGELES MILWAUKEE ab r h bi ab r h bi Wills 4 0 O OlMath'ws 4 0 0 0 Gilliam 3 0 0 0|.Tones 3 0 0 0 T.Davis 4 0 1 OiFunk 0 0 0 0 How'rd 4 3 2 2|bDillarcl 10 0 0 Skow'n 4 1 1 OiPiche 0 0 0 0 McMu'n 4 0 2 2! H.Aaron 4 111 Camilli 4 0 0 OiMayc 3 110 W.Da'is 3 0 0 0! Torre 4 0 2 0 Drvsd'e 2 0 0 OlMcMH'n 0 0 0 0 I Boiling 3 0 0 0 IdOliver 10 0 0 IMenkc 3 0 2 1 Crnnd'll 3 0 0 0 Hendley 0 0 0 0 laLarker 2 0 0 0 Totals 32 4 6 41 Totals 31 2 6 2 a—Flied out for Hendley in 6th; b—struck out for Funk in 8th; c— ran for Torre in 9th; d—struck out for Boiling in 9th. Score by innings:Los Angeles 010 100 200—4 Milwaukee . . 000 000 200—2 E—Mathews. PO-A—Los Angeles 27-8, Milwaukee 27-16. DP—Boiling, Menke and Torre; Mathews, Boiling and Tone. LOB—Los Angeles 3, Milwaukee 4. 2B—Skowion. HR —Howard 2, H. Aaron. S—Hendley. Winning pitcher, Drysdalc; losing pitcher, Hendley. U—Sudol. Forman, Gorman, Landes. T—2:13. A—18,547. NIGHT GAME HOUSTON ST. LOUIS ab r h bi i ab r h hi Spa'ler 5 1 1 0 i Flood 4 111 Temple 5 1 4 (1| While 4 2 2 1 dLillis 0 0 0 0iGroat 4 13 1 Rim'cls 4 0 2 1 bMaxv'll 0 0 0 0 War'ck 5 0 1 1 I Bover 3 0 1 2 Staub 4 0 0 OlMcCar'r 4 12 1) Wynn 3 0 0 (liAllman 3 n 0 0 Aspr'to 4 0 1 O.ravier 4 111 Camp'll 4 0 2 0 Kolh 3 111 Droit 1 0 0 0 Broglio 10 0 0 McMa'n 1 0 0 0:Taylor 2 0 0 0 a Fazio 10 0 0 Zach'ry 0 0 0 01 cBart'n 1 0 0 0, Bruce 0 0 0 II Totals 38 2 11 2: Totals 32 7 11 7 a—Popped out for McMahon in Cth; b— ran for Groat in 7th; c— popped out for Zachary in 8th; d— ran for Temple in ilth Score by innings- Houston 101 000 000—2 St. Louis - 121 021 OOx—7 E—Javier. PO-A—Houston 24-10, St. Louis 27-9. DP--Broglio. Groat and While: Asp: omonlc. Temple and Runnels. LOB—Houston 11, SI. Louis 4. 2B-Warwick. Groat. 3B ••Javier. Kolh. I1R--White. SB — Flood. McCarvcr. SF—Kolh IP Diolt L, 2-3 2 1 McMahon __2-' Zachary 2 Brute: 1 Broglio _ 2 1 Taylor W, 5-4 _.6-- h r er bb so 5 4 4 0 3 4 2 2 2 2 2 110 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 2 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 1 U— Jackowski. Pryor. Smith, Se- cory. T—2:15. A—12,443. READ THE WANT ADS! Less Humid TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 342-0185 the nationals in Lake Blulf next week. Dophie, who is the second, ranked Rirl tennis player in Southcrti California, will be playing out of her division. Dolphie and Mclrnda began playing tennis when the former was 9 and the latter was 10. They began thnir lessons with the same coach who tutored Maureen "Mighty Mo" Connolly. The girls play some 20 matches in practicing each week. This includes practice on three of the five weekdays and workouts each Saturday and Sunday. Making their first trip to the Midwest, the girls have found that the humidity gives them some trouble. Dophie prefers clay courts. Her small stature — she is 4-10 and her sister is 5-1 — is not so much a detriment on the clay courts which slow the ball clown. After the competition in Lake Bluff, the Poiscts will return to California, w here Dophie and Melinda will compete in local tournaments. The first big tournament coming up there will be the San Diego Metropolitan affair which draws the top tennis performers from all the western states. Both girls currently attend Grossmont High School. Although college is several years away for them, the chances £re that Dophie will attend San Diego State College, a school with a reputation for fine tennis teams. Melinda is planning to attend school somewhere in California. WGIL to Air Championship Fight Montlay Radio Station WGIL will carry a blow-by-blow account of the heavyweight title light between challenger Floyd Patterson and champion Sonny Liston Monday night. Broadcast time is 9:05. every department. Oscar will be backed by Jack Twyman, Bob Boozer, Bob Reed, Wayne Embry and Arlen Rock- born, all veteran members of the ftoyals. The team expects Jerry Lucas, three-time All-America at Ohio State University, to sign with Cincinnati shortly. The Hawks who finished second in the Western Division last year and then lost out in the seventh game of the NBA playoffs, will be co-favorites for the divisional title this fall. Their two top draft choices, Lcland Mitchell and Gerry Ward, figure to add to their baekcourf. alignment which proved to be one of the best in the league last season. Both newcomers are 6-4 and 200 pounds and in the club's rookie camp in June indicated evidence of future stardom. Leading the Hawks will be all-league Bob Pcttit, Cliff Ilagan, Bill Bridges, Mike Farmer and rookie sensation Zclmo Bcaly. Veteran guards include Len Wilkens, Charley Vaughn, John Barnhi and Bob Duffy and the Hawks boost speed as well as scoring punch in the guard spots. Steady Dick Hart Leader Iter 2nd Round in PGA world's greatest professionals with a 36-hole total of 138. While National Open champion Julius Boros, Masters champion Jack Nicklaus and the likes of Tony Lema, Doug Ford and Bruce Crampton fired and fell back, Hart calmly drummed a one-over-par round at the 7,046- yard, par 36-35—71 Dallas Athletic Club course with 15 pars, one birdie and two bogies. It was good enough to keep him well in control of the pace—three shots in front of Boros, Lema and club pro Shelley Mayfield, four on Nicklaus, Ford and 42-year-old Manuel de la Torre, five up on a foursome of Gene Littler, Crampton, Bill Johnston and Doug Sanders and a whopping nine shots ahead of golf's glamour boy, Arnold Palmer. It took a score of 151 or better for the two rounds to survive the cut to the low 75 players and ties for the third round today and the fourth round Sunday—portions of which will be televised nationally (CBS). By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer DALLAS iAP» — Dick Hart, a sleady young man with plenty of heart, takes the same three-stroke lead he had after one round into the third round of the Professional Golfers Association championship today. The question is whether he can hang on for two more days. The feeling is growing that the answer may be "Yes." 'Don't write off this boy," his playing partners during the first 36 holes, Bob Keller and Dick Turner, said. "He doesn't shake easy. He's quite a player." This 27-year-old assistant club professional from Hinsdale, 111., is ahead of par despite the double extreme pressure of a demanding, heat-blistered golf course and the anticipation that his wife, Joyce, back in Illinois could present him with his second child any minute. "I'm glad it's over," Hart said after firing an unspectacular but impressive 72 Friday that enabled him to maintain his lead over the KNOX COUNTY FAIR SATURDAY, AUGUST 3 ALL SEATS FREE SATURDAY AFTERNOON BLEACHERS FREE # GRANDSTAND RESERVED FOR SATURDAY EVENING PERFORMANCE. Reserved Seat Tickets Available at the Box Office.

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