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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, April 27, 1973
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on Win fly JOB MOtimSSftY FAftningUM made it ttlfee in a tour M (he B Diviskm «<id BurliniMn succesafully defend' ed ito Gl«9s A title in the Mon- nHMh Relays here Thursday night. OAleslMrg pliMd ttUfd in the GI«M A dlvisioik with A total o( M points trailing Burlingt«n ivlri<^ soofed M and Cleneseo which taHied M^. \ tile vHAMf in each diviaton ^ With joints t« s|w««, es- fKCially the Om B eoiniwtiUon iMihere F^armington so6red 131% prtiiti to 62 lor ninner-up LeiW' istO'wh. Hoist Monmouth linished Th€ only other record m» produced by Rich Johnson of G^neseo who went 13 feet 3 inches in the Class A high jump. Coach Ron.Ellberg's Farmington team displayed great bal- 4 nm Class B Competition Elaw, right, of Farmington was first in the town was second, and Cramer of Bushnell- Class B 100-yard dash at the Monmouth Prairie City was third. (Register-Mail photos Relays Thursday. Newlaw, center, of Lewis- by Dale Humphrey.) Silver Streaks Take Easy 17-0 Victory over Spalding PEORIA — Tim Hayden, allowing only three hits and no runs, raised his record to 3-0 on the season as the Galesburg varsity baseball team shut out Peoria Spalding 17-0 here Thursday afternoon. The Streal(s put on a display of power hitting, connectingJor a total of 17 hits, including five home runs and tliree extra base hits. Galesburg now stands 7-2 on the season and hosts Canton to night at the GHS diamond. The Silver Streaks got off to a quick start by scoring three runs in the first huiing of play. With one out, Rick Wilder drew a walk and was followed by singles by Mike Ostrander and Louie Vitali. Mark Thiol connected for a single which cleared the bases and then Tony Nelson hit into a double play which ended the inning. Following an unproductive second UuUng, the Streaks exploded for 13 runs in the third. The Spaldmg pitcher got off to a rocky start, giving up back- to-back home runs to Ostrander and Vitali. Thiol connected for a single and advanced on another single by Nelson. Sammy Rescinito, a sophomore, stepped up to the plate and cleared the bases with the third home run of the inning. Hayden then got on base on an error by the Spalding shortstop and scored on the fourth home run of the inning by Kevin Jackson. Wilder drew his second Valk of the game and made the score 11-0 as he scored on a triple by Ostrander. Vitali smashed his second home run of the inning and' brought in Ostrander to increase th^ tally to 13-0. Thiol continued the rally with a single and advanced to second on a sacrifice by Nelson. iThiel scored on a single by Kevin McKillip, and McKillip came in on a double by Resci­ nito. Hayden and Jackson got on base on errors bv the shortstop, but Wilder hit into a double play to end the 13-run inning. The Streaks added the last run of the game in the fifth inning when Rescinito advanced to first after getting hit by a pitch. Rescinito was sacrificed to thhrd by Jackson and scored on a single'by Wilder. The game was called after five innings because of the 10-run rule. Jackson WUder Ostrander Sundberg Vitali Thiel Nelson Ostrander has connected for' neacin/to 1 Hayden Salsman seven hits in his last seven trips to the plate. Ostrander went three for three against Quincy Wednesday and continued his hot streak against Spalding by going four for four. Mike also picked up two RBI's and connected for a home run and a triple. Vitali also showed his power at the plate, connecting for two home runs in the same inning and also contributing a total of three hits. Thiel also picked up three hits. Rescinito batted in three runs and belted a home run and a double in three times up to the plate. McKillip also connected for two hits, and Jackson, Wilder and Nelson each added one. Hayden picked up his third win of the season against no icsses. Hayden struck out eight batters and allowed only three bits. Bob Berry recorded a save, finishing up the fifth inning. Berry struck out two batters and gave up one hit. OalMbura ab r itm in tfie relays, winning all but one. Knoxvllle's ttO-Relay teain prevented the Farmers from a clean sweep. Knoxville also got a first in the discus with Carr coming up with a heave of 133 feet $V4 inches. Knox, Augie Both tin In Doubleheader One run decided the outcome in both games of a doubleheader between Knox and AUgustana colleges at Blodgett Field Thursday afternoon. The single run decided one game in favor of Knox, the other m favor of Augustana. The Knox Siwashers came from behind in the first game for a 3-2 victory, while the Augies recorded a 1-0 shutout in the nightcap. The games were played to make up a doubleheader which was rained out Aprils. Knox did not score until the bottom of the fourth inning. Prout helped his own cause by getting a single and then stealing second. The first run of the inning came across the plate as Jeff Henderson's single brought n Prout. Henderson later advanced to bird base on a wild pitch, and Curt Strom knocked out a base hit to tie the score at 2-2. The score was still even as he Siwash went to bat in the bottom of the seventh and final inning of regulation play. But pinch hitter Steve Kauffman singled, Greg Peden singled and Jim Spieth loaded the bases on an error. On the next play, Kauffman was forced out at home plate, but then Gary Wollitz singled to bring in the winning run. The one run edge went the other way in the second game of the afternoon. The Augies' suigle score in the top of the second frame was enough to win the game as Knox could not bring in any runners. Once again, a single and two walks loaded the bases for Augustana. It was a sacrifice iy by Dave Requet and a close call on the throw to the pl^te that scored the run. Auguitana hi 0iPeden 0 ~ 0 in third place with a total of •! points with KnoxviUe lourth at 46. There were 79 trophies in the 18th annual Monmouth Relays ^ch produced only two records, both of them in Class A and by Geneseo athletes. Galesburg took three first places with Bill Camper winning the long Jump on a leap of 21 feet 3 inches and both the sophomore aprint medley and 2-mUe reliay teams winning. Rick Churchwill, Camper, Tim PriddegMi and Marie Grain were on the sprint medley team. Members of the 2-mile relay team were Trulson, Emery, Brown, Hill Eric Sohluter, who holds the school record in the 100-yard dash at 9.9, pteced third in last night's century with a time off 10.4. Cla« A ilantflafft Burlington 98. Geneseo BB'/a. Galesburg 68. Quincy 49, Kewanee 282b, Rock Island Alleman 27, Keokuk 7. Clata B StandlAga Farmington 131'/«, Lewistown 62. Monmouth 61, Knoxville 46, Warren 44.^. Bu8hnell-PC 20. wmoi, an. Weir Spencer Bambrick Gamble McGonigle Krone Suhr Roseboom Jones Zeiger Vanth'rut ab r 3 0 X 4 4 3 0 2 1 2 1 1 Spieth Smith Wollitz Prout an Knox ab r 4 1 2 0 4 0 4 0 3 1 3 0 [enderson 2 1 George 2 0 fiman Kauf] Truttman Strom iBolier 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 ab r 3 1 3 Air Conditioning COMFORT! Check Belts, Freon, Evaporator, Dryer, Condenser, Clean Obstruction From Coil, Etc. RAY ROSE'S CONOCO SERVICE Prairie ot Water Phone 342-3310 Ride The Hot One . . CONOCOl Hettett Brand Geinf O'NelU Voorhees Rashid lEppel Baldi Lucas 1 llhnken 21\Vhalen 2 Poling 0 dishing 0 0 0 Tippett 'Kirwan IMcFarlin IScalise Total 22 2 2I Total 28 3 7 Score by innings: Augustana 020 COO 0—2 Knox 000 200 1—3 ip h V erbbio Prout (Wl-0) 7 2 2 2 8 2 Zeiger ... 4 4 2 2 2 3 Vanthournout (L) 3 3 1111 (Second Game) Auguitaaa •b r h Mike Hendriohson of Geneseo set a meet record in the high jump with a leap of 6 feet 4. The effort erased the old meet record of 6 feet 3. ClaM A Shot — Carlock (Q), Kissinger (B), Reedy (G), Klemmer (G), McKannon (B), Distance, SS-ll^i. Discus — Searle (Gj, Reedy (G), McKannon (B), Kissinger (B), Dilulio (A). Distance, 145-10 >/4. Distance Medley — Burlington, Galesburg, Alleman, Geneseo, Kewanee. Time, 11:20.7. High Jump — Hinrichsen (G), Stormer (B), Westenmyer (K). Kersh (B), (tie) Anderson (G), Bailey (K), Holtschult (KJ. Height 6-4 (new record). Long Jump — Camper (Gales.), Gay iQ), Frederick (G), Brandenburg (Gales.), Yeargle (G). Dis tance. 21-33,4. 440 Relay — Burlington, Quincy, Galesburg, Alleman, Geneseo. Time, 45.3. MUe Medley — Geneseo, Kewanee, Burlington, Quincy, Galesburg. Time 3:49.9. 320-Yd. High Hurdle Shuttle — Geneseo Burlington, Galesburg, Kewanee, Alleman. Time, 43.6. 100 Yd. Dash — Morgan (B), Bailey (B), Schluter (Gales.), Krone (A), Frederick (G). Time. 10.2. 880 Relay — Burlington. Alleman, Quincy, Galesburg, Geneseo. Time. 1:32.5. rosh-Soph Sprint Medley—Galesburg, Quincy, Alleman, Keokuk, : Geneseo, Time, 1:42. ' 2 Mile Relay — Galesburg, Kewanee, Burlington, Geneseo, Quincy. Time, 8:39.8. 480 Low Hurdles Shuttle — Burlington, Geneseo, Quincy, Galesburg, Kewanee. Time, 56.5.' Mile Relay — Burlington, Geneseo, Galesburg, Kewanee, Quincy. Time, 3:35.8. Pole Vault — Johnson (G). Howe (Q), Daniel (G), Humphrey (B). Elliott (Gales.). Height 13.3 (new record). Clasi B Distance Medley — Farmington (Day, Doubet, Jones, Xsbell); lewis­ town, Monmouth, B-PC, Winola. Time, 11:28.6. Pole Vault — Wolford (F), Motsinger (L). Weaver (F), Armstrong (W). Height. 11-6. Shot Put —, MiUer (B-PC). Wilcoxen (F), Varnes (F), LaLande (M), Carr (K). Distance 49-7 '/3. Long Jump — Doubet (F), Gillam (M), Dugan (L). Frank (F), Edwards (L). Distance, 19-6. Discus — Carr (K). Miller (B-PC), Jenks (W). Wilcoxen (F). Tie-Davis (W). Varnes (F). Distance lai-SM. High Jump — Passmore (F), Malmquist (M), Lovdahl (W), Doubet (P), tie - Meyers (K). Purtle (M). Height, 5-8. Frosh 440 Relay — Farmington, Warren, Lewistown, Knoxville. Time, 49.6. -It., Top Three in 100 The top three finishers in ttie 100-yard dash in Class A at tlie Monmouth Relays Thursday nigiit were, in order, Albert Morgan, Bill Bailey, both of Burlington, and Eric Schioter of Galesburg. Winning time was 10.2 secondi. Camper Wins Bill Camper of Galesburg is shown winning the long jump event in the Class A division of Monmouth Relays Thursday night. Camper took first place with a jump of 21 feet, three inches. BOWLING Varsity 440 Relay — Farmington, Monmouth, Lewistown, Warren, Weir Spencer Bambrick Gamble 3 McGonigle 2 Roseboom 3 Jones 1 Requet 2 McEvoy 1 Manning 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SpleUi Bolier SmiOi Ryan Calamarl WoUitz Prout Henderson 2 Fricilone 0 0 IGeorge 2 Kauffman 1 B-PC. Time 47.3. MUe Medl Knoxville, B-PC. Warren, Lewis- Farmington, Strom Austin Kotz Xaox town. Time, 3:90.4. •b r h 320 Yd. High Hurdle ShutUe — 3 0 1 Farmington, L<ewi8town, Knoxville, 0 0 Monmouth, Warren. Time, 47.8. 0 0 100 Yard Dash — Elaw (F), New- 0 0 Ian (L). Cramer (B-PC). Winters 0 0 (Mon), Powers (F). Time. 10.7. 0 1 880 Relay — Knoxville, Mon- 0 1 mouth, Warren, Winola, B-PC. 0 1 Time. 1:39.6. 0 0 2 Mile Relay — Farmington, 0 0| Lewistown, Monmouth, Winola,! 0 0 B-PC. Time. 8:50.2. PACESEnERS Knox Golfers In Season's Home Opener A veteran Knox College goW squad is lodcing forward to the familiar confines of Soangetaha Country Club when they open their home season Saturday, April 25th. Opponents for the QuatfrangU- lar Meet to be held at 10 a.m. are Western Illinois University, Cornell College and Coltefe^ of Lake County, the state junior college championship team. Knox met Western earlief \ in the year at Macomb an^ was beaten by forty strokes. With hall the match season behind them, the Knox link- sters show a record of two wins, five losses and two ties..,,Although disappointmg, the,record is tempered by the quality of the opposition with" such teams as Illinois State Uniivors- ity, Western, Illinois, Bradjiey and Augustana appearing oh the schedule. Six men have competed!regularly for Knox and have compiled respectable averages, the team as they wiU play Saturday is Jim Wetherbee -^'31, Dave Golom — 80.3, Kerry Swanson — 83, Bill Brands — .3, Ken Hutter — 89 and Kyle Vantrease — 79. Best rOtinds of the year have been turned in by Vantrease with a 72 at Gibson Woods and Brands with a 73 at the Illinois State University course. WANT ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! Following are individual scratch scores and team Handicap total* vxcept where otherwise noteo n 0 Oi 480 Low Hurdle Shuttle—Farm- 0 0 0 0 Total Total 19 0 4 32 17 17 Score by innings: Galesburg 3013 01—17 Spalding 00 0 OO— 0 „ ^ , Ip h r erbbso Hayden (W3-0) .. 4 3 0 0 1 8 Berry 1 1 0 0 0 ? Total 22 1 21 Total 24 0 Score by Innings: Augustana - 010 000 0—1 Knox 000 000 0—0 Ip h r OT bb lo Kotz (LO-1) 7 2 114 5 McEvoy (W) 4 4 0 0 0 2 Manning - 3 0 0 0 1 3 REBUILT WATER PUMPS $g90 CHEV. 6-Cyl. In Exchange Alternators • Fuel Pumps Rebuilt Carburetors Tune-Up Kits-Spark Plugs Motor Gaskets Muffler - Exhoust Pipes Nelson Auto Parts 1850 N. Henderson St. Open Doily: 8:30-5:30 9 to 1 on Sundoy Ington. Lewistown, Winola, Warren, Monmouth. Time, 1:01.1. Mile Relay — Farmington, Knoxville, Monmouth, Warren, Lewistown. Time, 3:43.0. VANGUARD LEAGUE High team series, A.D.M. Co., 3093; High team game. Pottort Ins.. 1088. High . individual series, George McCoy, 592: High Individual game, Claire Pottorf, 245. FREELANCEBI LEAGUE High team series. Didder, Didder, Didder, 2030; High team game. Did­ der, Didder. Didder, 730. High individual series (men), Riclc Johnson Ron Thurman, 486; (women) Linda Becker, 444; High individual game, (men) Ron Thurman, 179; (women), Kathy Bevenour, 175. TOWN It COUNTRY LEAGUE High < seiie.s. .ludv Bakery, 2737; High team game, Sieg's Grocery, 970. High individual series, Jane Beadle-Clara Edwards, 496; High individual game, Coleen Weedman, 198. LADIES ONE TO THREE LEAGUE High Uam series, Curly Q's, 2321; High team game, Curly Q's, 806. High individual series, Shirley Little, 534; High individual game, Shirley Little, 216. BIG TEN LEAGUE High team series, Frito Bandito, 3127; High team game, Frito Bandito, 1100, High individual series. Bill Johnson, G7S; High individual game, Bill Johnson, 257. FOR low low COST AUTO INSURANCE Contact: Tony Lischwe MILLERS MUTUAL INS. 411 BANK or GALESBURG BLDG. 343-1166 or 343-69M LOUIE'S LIQUORS 41 S. Seminary Phono 342-4515 OPEN 8 A.M. 'TILL MIDNIGHT We Reserve (he Right to Limit Qaantities 8 -Year-Old Imported J. B. SCOTCH 5thJ5.99_ Four Roses *3.69 5th BWDWEISER 12-12-02. Cans »2.38 PABST 21-12-Oz. Cans ^3.99 OlO STYLE 12«12 -Oz. Cans _ 52 .09 ""''SCHIITZ I 12-12'Oz. Cans »2.38 KENTUCKY TAVERN 5th H CHAVIS REGAL ' SCOTCH 5th _j/ HAMMS 12->12-Oz. Cans »2.19 FALSTAFF 24-U-Oz. Cans »3.99 nth FRAME At with Northgoto MICKEY MARTY The 24th Annual Galesburg Bowling Association teaih tournament is now history and the record boolu will show that Admiral #2 of the Northgate 12 league reign as champions with a 3183 total. Tlie official prize list released thi| week by Fritz Monson, association secretary, shows 17 t^n|S participating in a $1,743.00 prize fund. . ^ FolluWing the Spor.siiiaii inixeci. touinament chunpions are: 2nd., Sportsdian, ai33; Jrd.. Untouchabiej, Morning Stars, " chunpions ,. „ _ntouchabies. Morning Stars, SHiJ; iih., Bennys Tap, Nortligate 12. 3120; 5tii., Swanson's Seeds, Mlgftft' 100 Proof J. W. DANT or H. W. DELUXE 5th *4.74 'CANADIAN MIST House of Sluart SCOTCH 5th ^3.99 PABST or STAG 12 Oz. $ NR ANDEKIR 6—12-oz. NR Silver label ieurbon *1 49 Fifth OPEN SUNDAY 1 12, 3103; 6tii, Galesburg Bowl, Ace, 3093; 7tli, Rowe Doors, Majestic, 3074; Btii., AJplia TV & Appliance, Alplia Wednesday Night, SAM; 9;ii., Ken Johnson Insurance, Northgate Monday Night, 3049; lOth., Corner Tap, Untouchable, 3039; 11th., Steak & Shake, Twilight, 301T; 12th., Intra State Telephone, Twilight. 2991; 13th., Miller High 1 Untouchable. 2985; 14th., Corral, Railroad. 2979; 15th., Dom's 3| Center, Northgate Business. 2975; 16th.. Fidelity Federal, Rail 2956: I7;h., Winlilers Standard, City, 2950. The «wocl«lion tournament concludea Ihia weekend with d(^i£- blei and alngla* hinhlishting the action. FATHER-SON TOURNAMENT -'^ New leaders appeared on the standing board of the Annual Fath2r -Son tournament after the weekend's activity. Clarence and Ron Nelson of Galesburg and Champaign mpved into top spot in the Senior division with a 1298 total whi|e Howard and Kent Crowell of Kewanee claimed first place in the Midget division with 1213. Dave and Dale Hopping of Eait Galesburg clung lo top spot in the Intermediate division 1223 and Don and Bill Serdahl continue to tead the Jijoiljpr division with 1372. Clarence Nelson of Galesburg rolled the tourI ^unelit^ high game to date. 247, and John Marshall of Streator. Wosm claims the current high series, 632. Special awarit^ wi^ 1^ given to fathers and sons in each division for the MM «ad series scratch and the high handicap series. 1^ teuCM* meat ends May 20. 4 f

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