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- 1 n K j Galesbur i ster-Mo i I, Galesbur 11 Cards Blow 5-0 Lead rs • Lose in 10th LOS ANGELES (UPI) MOLINE - Riding a e winning streak, the urg Silver Streaks han- tough East Moline team re Friday afternoon. Streaks, now 11-2 on the , will face Monmouth in bleheader Monday at the diamond. The Panthers held Galesburg to just four hits while they collected six, but East Moline pl'cScd up five errors which was tbe^feciding factor. •East Moline took an early lead as they scored once in the second inning. The Panthers connected for a single followed by another single and an error which scored the runner. jFhe Panthers made the score 2 -1) in the fourth inning as Galesburg failed to bring a man Killip. Sundberg, drew a walk across the plate. East Moline's Steve Dubuisson connected for a single and advanced to second on a balk. Debuisson scored on an error later in the inning. Galesburg broke onto the scoreboard in the top of the fifth as Sammy Rescinito drew a walk and advanced to second and Frankey hit in McKillip on a single. Jackson grounded out to end the inning. - A two-base error by Joe Cruz in the 10th inning opened the door to a game -winning single by Dave Lopes Friday night, giving (he bottom of the sixth on a iJjfoJ Cardinals, the seventh inning, Galesburg g. 0> jumplng out in ff0nt *~, th held a slim 4-3 lead. Milwaukee Bucks Camp Is Scheduled in July at Knox \1 r. 4 •r Knox College has announced that plans are being completed for three sessions of summer basketball camp to be held in July. The camp, sponsored by the Milwaukee Bucks, is in its fourth year on the Knox campus, according to Harlan Knosher, the college's director of athletics. Jon McGlocklin, one Of the Nfjj&s premier shooters, will head a group of top professionals who will work with the campers. Other members of the Bucks who will be associated with the camp are Terry EfrVscol and Dick Cunningham. ifieetures and demonstrations by^Hese pros will be highlights of !the camp. Additional lectures aps- given by camp staff ccaches, area coaches, and Knosher, the camp director. jTQip unique organizational structure of the Bucks' camp makes it possible to work ef- feciilMy with boys of different agsjfc Knosher explained. Play- efsgare divided into teams and hvug groups on the basis of agjin and ability. Each group hasits own coach, and instruc- . . .four runs in the second inning when pitcher Forrey Franckey The Streaks scored the last Off Claude OSteen, but the got on with an error. Kevin run of the game as Rick Wilder Dodgers kept chipping away at Jackson loaded the bases on an* opened up the seventh inning the St. Louis lead, finally tying other error and Rick Wilder witfc a walk and advanced to it with one run in the bottom batted in the tying run. After third on a single by Mike Os-of the ninth on another error, five innings the score was tied trander. Wilder then stole home this one by shortstop Mick at n?: 2> _, . • „ . Jfor *e Streaks' fifth run of the Kelleher. After Manny Mota The Silver-Strata» brought game. singled, Kelleher booted a f^ t i m .^J^^^l Ea»t Moline needed two runs grounder by Bill Buckner and top fIrZ 3? th l¥ tom of s e ven th Jo wane Da vis then singled Mota son took first on an error and (stay in the game, but Franckey home scored on a triple by Dale Mc-, tr uck-out the first batter and _ , u .- Wt /grounded ouUhe second hitter. Relief pitcher Diego Segui, Mercer then drew one of the wh o replaced starter Rick Wise few walks given up by Franckey I 1 " the ninth, took the loss, but East Moline's Mark Just Joppulg his record to 0-2. Jim struck out to end the inning and Bw ^ e '* pitched two innings in the game. relief and got the win for Los Ostrander led the Streaks' of-Angers, tensive attack as he connected A walk to Ted Simmons and for two hits in four times at singles by Kelleher, Tim Mc- bat. Ostrander also smashed a Carver, Wise and Lou Brock double, one of the Streak's few go t the Cards four runs in the extra base hits. McKillip picked second. They added their last up a triple for Galesburg, and The ROVA track squad huddles around the trophy it received for finishing first in the Knox County Track and Field ROVA Wins County Meet Meet at Knoxville Friday night. The Tiger trackmen easily in the history of the meet. outpointed second-place Abingdon and defending meet champion Knoxville for only ROVA's second county championship A i Frankey also contributed a hit. Wilder picked up two RBIs and Franckey, Mark Thiel, and McKillip each batted in one run. Franckey collected his third win in four games as he pitched the full game for Galesburg. Franckey struck out 10 batters, allowed only six hits and walked four Panthers. mmr Jon McGlocklin Coach Beat commented after the game that although the Streaks won, they weren't playing to their full potential. "We played bad. We didn't play well mentally or physically and wel ^TTQ were just lucky to have things I 1x0.0 come out the way they did." run in the fifth when a ball hit by Simmons struck Osteen, forcing him to leave the game. Brock and Torre singled and reliever Charlie Hough uncorked a wild pitch, sending Brock home. The Dodgers came back with one run in their half of the fifth and added three more in the sixth on singles by Joe Ferguson and Willie Crawford, a triple by Ron Cey, and an infield out. By JOE MORRISSEY (Sports Editor) KNOXVILLE - County said after the meet "Our kids 12 seconds off the county rec- seemed to give a little bit ex- 1 and he set last year. ROVA wonltra tonight because our marks Jack Hiemel was a big ^s^ond Knox County Track were better than they've been scorer lor toe Commandos, and FieW Meet, here JMdg a^year'^ placing second in both the high "Wand indofagso dethroned He potatod! «*(foat tt wasn' jump and long jump, third in ^l^S^J^^ i™** <***™^ «««vidual ^ 220-yard dash and running tag its_fifth [ring* ttle. rfforts as it was great team m Abingdon's winning 880-yard Coach Bill Whalen's Tigers balance. * * relay team. •Made up of Dave Clark, Greg Ooffman, Dick Naslund Jackson Wilder 3 1 0| Ostrander 4 0 2 tion is geared to the specific group involved. "Tftp three camp sessions will I linois 61401. begin on July 8, 15,- and 22 and oaiasbunr w will be open to boy^-^om fifth' tb * * through 12th gr||tf Camp tuition is $110 pe$#eek and covers all instruction, operational equipment, meals and lodging in Knox College facilities, plus accident insurance. Specific questions or requests for applications should be directed to Harley Knosher, Knox College, Galesburg, li­ tis! Molina • ab r h 4 0 01Col by 3 0 0 UOIDV K. M( ercer 2 0 0 VitaH Thiel Nelson McKillip Rescinito Sundberg Franckey Salsman 4 0 0 3 0 0 3 10 3 1 1 10 0 0 10 3 1 1 0 0 0 Top Geneseo By One Point HHUMS ! fLT.n^Jlno J*" 5 "** ' m *» w*!**. Despite the excellent weather little trouble enroute to scoring they won two out of the four conditions there were no meet 112% points. Runner-up Aping- relays, and over-all depth and records set althnush ROVA's traUed in the field (rf five with was th ,3 an d°Al"l ^er 'the "q^rtet « . , douWe wiimer for R0VA » win : wa « t^ed in 40.3. The old The Blue Bultets, under ning both the 100- and 220-yard ROVA school mark stood at WtkA dashes. The Tiger's Al True- 43.4. love paced the field in the 180- Trophies were awarded to yard low hurdles, placed third both first and second place in the 120 highs and anchored teams at the conclusion of the foe winning Ugh hurdle shuttle meet. 4.03. 220 Yd, Dash — Rhodes (R), Man- f leti (A). Hiemel (A), Clewell (K), arrelfm), Time, 24.4. S80 Yd. Run — Smith. (K), Erlok- son (R)» Sand ere ook (A), Olson (R), Harlan (A). Time, 2.10. 2-Mile Run — Hlmcgarher (YC). Knox (YC), Woodaide <R), Nelson (K), Brown (R). Time, 10.27.3. Mile Relay — Abingdon (Beardsley, Sandercock, Mangterl. Ferris), (K), (R), (YC). Time, 3:45 .1. Al She 15. coacii l^arry Ragsdale, had won the county track trophy seven times in the previous eight years and has a total of 41 titles since the meet began in 1910. Abingdon has 10 county crowns. Ihe Galesburg High School „ n „ . A , x t . "We thought we had a good g J i sophomore track team slipped ^oi at wanning it, but we didn't Total 28 5 4 Total 26 3 6 Score by innings; Galesburg 000 022 1—5 East Moline .010 101 0—3 «i *P h » •rbbso Franckey (W3-1) 7 6 3 0 4 10 Dubuisson (L) „ 7 4 5 2 5 6 Just 4 0 0 Griffith 3 11 Dubuisson 2 2 1 Mosley 3 0 2 M; Mercer _ _ _ Gor d ss n 2 o° o & Geneseo 123-lffi in a home think the margin would be that cSehai i o i track meet Thursday afternoon, big, There wece five places in each event of tiie dual meet, which accounts for the high scores. ROVA Coach Whalen Leads Scots To 11-10 Win relay team. High Jump — Myers (K), Hiemel Jay Himegamer of Yates & rre ?i^ City was the Only Other double y Long Jump — Owyn (A), Hiemel tfnr, winning in both the ISt .„«l {YC, » ever, his 10:27.3 was more than Distance, 142-e. Shot Put — Chandlee (W), Carr MONMOUTH - Al Shepherd, a Knoxville High School product, was almost a 1-man gang here Friday afternon as the Fighting Scots slipped by MacMurray College 11-10. The former Blue Bullet went four for four at the plate, including three homers, one of UM f i A mm 3Ma j or League Box Scores Ne*» York ^ abrhbi 4* 0 0 0 (Kelly 4 0 2 OlMny ou 4 0 1 0 r 2 0 10 s 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 rg 3 0 2 0 OU 1 0 0 0 isbn 2 0 0 0 el 3 0 10 re 0 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 Chicago ab r hbi 4 0 0 0 5 10 0 Allen 2 0 10 Muser 10 0 0 Melton 4 2 11 Hend'n 4 0 4 0 Andre's 3 0 11 Herr'n 3 111 Orta 2 0 0 0 Leon 4 12 0 IBahn'n 0 0.0 OJ Forster 0 0 0 0 Cincinnati Montreal ab r h bt Hunt 3 12 0 Foli 3 2 11 Jorg'en 4 0 0 1 4 1 2 2|Fairly 2 112 Roque 0 0 0 0 Sing'on 3 0 10 Wood 4 0 2 2 abrhbi Rose 4 0 0 0 Morgan 4 10 0 Bench 4 12 1 Tolan Perez 3 0 10 Hague 3 0 10 Gero'mo 0 0 0 0 C'nc'on 4 0 0 0|Boc'b'i'a4 0 0 0 Menke Stalhl 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 Chaney 0 0 0 OJTorrez Bailey 3 1 2 0 Laboy 0 0 0 0 BU'hani 2 0 0 0 Borbon 0.000 Sch'b'm 10 0 0 Carroll 0 0 0 0 Total 32 3 6 3 • _L. _L "S ^l 31 0 7 0| Total 32 510 4 •Score by innings: NJM£iY0rk 000 000 000—0 Chicago 200 210 OOx—3 E—Michael 2. DP—New York 1, Chicago 1. LOB—New York 12, Chicago 9, 2B—Blomberg. 2, Leon 2, Henderson. 3B—Herrmann. SB—Orta, SF— drta, Herrmann. ~Z IP h r irbbio St^tlemyre (L 3-4) 4 6 4 1 1 2 Magnuson 4 4 113 1 Ba^ncen (W 4-1) . 6 6 0 0 6 0 Forater _ 3 10 0 11 -Bahnsen pitched to one batter in*7th. Save—Foster (4). HBP—by mmrTsen (Munson). ^_/ 2 :28. A—43,760. Lot Angelei ab r hbi| ab r hbl 5 1 3 1 [Lopes 6 13 1 4 0 1 OlMota 5 13 1 0 0 0 OiBuck'er 5 0 0 OfChicago 3 0 1 0 .Davis 5 0 2 ll ab r hbi SflfMlns 3 10 0 IFerg'n 5 110 1 0 0 0 Cr'ford 4 12 0 5 110 Cey 5 12 2 5 0 0 0 Russell 5 111 Osteen 10 0 0 Hough 10 0 0 Garvey 1 o l o 0 0 0 OiCulver 0 0 0 0 Paci'ek 10 0 0 Brewer 0 0 0 0 Can'aro 10 0 0 Day Renko 10 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 0 •m- "WW \ Two GaleSburg trackmen Were triple winners in the meet. Bill Camper was first in the long jump and 220-yard dash and was a member ot the first- place 880 relay team. Rick Tate placed first in the low hurdles and 100-yard dash and was the anchorman on the fl80 relay team. WmWM v Ll 1 1 • h 1 J Ml il Total 2S 6 9 6 Score by innings: Cincinnati - 300 000 000—3 Montreal 000 400 02x— 6 E—Laboy. DP—Cincinnati 3, Montreal 1. LOB—Cincinnati 9, Montreal 4. • 2B—Bailey. HRs—Tolan (2), Fairly (4). SB—Morgan, Concepcion. S— Billingham. ip h x arbbso Billingham (L 4-1) 5Va 5 4 4 4 3 Borbon - 1% 3 0 0 0 1 Carroll . ... 1 2 2 2 1 0 Torrez (W 3-3) - 6 6 3 3 3 2 Renko 1 - 3 0 0 0 2 1 Save—Renko (1). HBP—by Torrez (Perez), by Billingham (Foll)\. WP—Torrez. T—2:01. A—10,665. T -Iff I PffiW' www if iff m W vi . 'fin, ; l war .tit ' i. ogriao 'IWMsaj 5 0 10 Kel'her 3 12 2 Tyspn Segui 4 111 jQtal 38 510 4 /See Total 45 615 6 St^Louis 040 010 000 0—5 L6S T\.ngeles 000 013 O01 1—6 icore by innings: sOne out when winning run scored:^. E—Kelleher, Simmons, Cruz. DP —Los Angeles 1. LOB—St. Louis 8, U 9 B Angeles 12. oa*-Melendez, Tyson, Russell. 3B —Cfey. SB—Lopes. SG—Melendez. Ip h rei bb 10 Wise Bli 12 5 4 1 3 (LO-2) 1 3 110 0 4 2 / 3 6 5 5 2 4 l!'a 1 0 0 0 2 r - 2 2 0 0 0 0 r (W 2-1) ^.2 10 0 11 *HgP— by Osteen (Tyson). Osteen, Hough. T—3:00. A—34,187. San Francisco ab r h bt Monday 5 1 1 DBonds 4 110 Beckert 4 1 1 OiFuentes 3 0 10 Wil'ams 4 0 0 OlSpeier 3 112 Pepit 'ne 4 2 2 1 McC'ey 3 0 0 0 Santo 4 0 0 0 King'an 4 111 Card'al 2 0 0 0 Tho'son 2 V 1 1 0 'M. A rt 11 Rud'Jph 4 0 2 2 Kes'nger2 0 10 Jenkins 2 0 0 0 Hiser 10 10 Bonh'm 0 0 0 0 Garrett 10 0 0 Total 33 4 8 4 Ho'arth 2 10 0 Radar 3 0 0 0 Maric'l 2 0 0 0 Sosa oooo Goods'n 1 0 12 WU*hby 0 0 0 0 MofXitt 10 0 0 TOU1 28 5 6 5 *ff>. • Hi..!. Score by innings: Chicago — 300 010 000—4 San Francisco 200 003 OOx— 5 £—Pepitone, Marichal, DP—San Francisco 2. LOB—Chicago 6, San Francisco 7. HRs—Monday (5). Pepitone (2), Speier (4j, Kingman (2), S—Howarth. Ip h r er bb so Jenkins (L2-3) . 6 6 5 3 3 3 Bonham 2 0 0 0 3 2 Marichal • 5 6 4 2 4 1 Moffitt - 3 2 0 0 0 2 440 Relay — won by Galesburg. Time, 48.8. 2-Mile — Am mans (Ge), Catour (Ge), Haptonstahl (G), Powell (Ge), Reese (Ge). Time, 11:18.5 120 High Hurdles — Mliteldt (Ge), Parrish (Ge), OeJaynes (G), Ekiss (G), Hendricks (G). Time, 17.0. 100 — Tate (G). Grain (G), Polillo (G), Leaman (Ge), Slewak (G#). Time, 10.5. 880 — Pobane (Ge). Anderson (Ge), Jones (Ge), Pillsbury (G), Hanlon (G). Time, 2:18.8. 880. Relay — won by Galesburg. Time, 1:38.7. 440 — Crain (G), Parrish (Ge), BiUingsley (G), Klavohn (Ge), Carlson (Ge). Time, 54.7. 180 Low Hurdles — Tate (G), Misfeldt (Ge). Siewak (Ge), DePaul (Ge), Headley (G). Time, 22.4. Mile — Amans (Ge), Hursman (Ge), Morgan (G), Rogers (G), Squires (Ge). Time, 5:15.7. 220 — Camper (G) t Churchill (G), Carlson (Ge), Johnson (Ge), Smith <G). Time, 24.5. Mile Relay — won by Galesburg. Time, 3:53.9. Long Jump — Camper (G) ( Misfeldt (Ge), Headley (G), Fires (Ge), Pridegon (G). Distance, 18-5V4- High Jump — Stebhl (Ge), Churchill (G), Hottinger (G), Louks (Ge), DeJaynes (G). Height, 5-4. Pole Vault — Hottinger (G), Taylor (Ge), Smith (G), Henney (Ge), Magekurto (Ge). Height, 10-8. , Discus — Fortune (Ge), Maxwell 1 (G), Bobbet (Ge), Stohl (Ge), Fires (Ge). Distance, 126-4. Shot — Leaman (Ge), Creek (G), Kubis (G), Stohl (Ge), Fortune (Ge). Distance, 43-8. Triple Jump — Polillo (G), De­ Jaynes (G), Frison (Ge), Parrish (Ge), Popanz (Ge). Distance, 34-5. (K), Nelson (R). Pettlfurd (K), ihpm a ananrl <alam and batted Graves (R). Distance,- 45-10U. ™ ICI ? a paiW Mn, ««X1 Dauea Pole vault — Nasiund (R), & m six of the Monmouth runs. Scott (R)' (tie), Blodgett (YC), Stoneking, Ebany (A), ifeight, 11-0. High Hurdle Shuttle (Clark, Just for good measure/ his „ , , „ MA ROVA third home run led off the love). <Kfr<vSYcn%i 4 T o r 3 Ue_ seveirth (final inning) to giv 120 High Hurdles — Eiker (K), ffche Scots the win Hall (K )T Truclove (R), Mangieri ™ owra . . , (A), Hart (W). Time, 18.3. However, Tom .Saftterly also 100 Yd. Dash Rhodes (R), Howe /wnfrihuteri heavilv to thi» Scot (K), Thomas (A), Ebany (A), Far- W«lODUiea neavny w me OLUL reii (R). Time, lo .B. offense with a pair of homers, EbTny R &7. tES£S8. SM; one a bases -loaded shot in the (Y 4% vl. me Da^ 9 - Beards-- - f0Urth - «W*1 S,am Naslund (R). Ekstedt (R), (A), Hayes (YC). Time, 54.5. 180 Low Hurdles — Truelove (R), Beardsleg a (Aj,i also came in ^ fourth> Tom Gillhouse, Monmouth's Thomas (A), Farreii.(R), Hail (K)i starting pitcher, went all the Hart (W). Time, mw (YC) way for the ul/,fnm ' ^ nUo Mile Run Q Anderson (R), w Gibbs (R) u Knox |giving (YC). Nelson (K). Time 4.48. Frosh-Soph Medley up victory despite 12 hits including ROVA three home runs. Vincent I 4 Inc The Introduces MotorHome It doesn't ride like a truck. It doesn't look,like a box. Shot Put Winner Mick Chandlee of Williamsfield follows through on his shot put toss of 45 feet, 10% inches to win the event at the Knox County Track and Field Meet Friday night. (Register-Mail photos by Dale Humphrey.) DOUBLE WINNER Jay Himegarner won both the mile and 2-mile runs in the Knox County meet Friday at Knoxville. Sosa (W4-0) - 1 0 0 0 0 Save—Moffitt (4). HBP—by Jen kins (Speier). T— 2:25.- A—7.181. 1 rvt HEY! BOWLERS Don't Forget The Horbor Lights Mixed Doubles Tournament DiaiiiQiid in Rough Conditions needed for producing a diamond out of pure carbon—a million pounds of pressure per square inch and temperatures above 2,500 degrees F. — exist in nature only at depths of at least 150 miles. FRIDAY NIGHT, SATURDAY For A Spocial Occasion Need a Special Car? RENT ONE FROM US' $300 Guaranteed 1st Place Loaded With Diners Dollars NORTHGATE LANES Economical Quick tYirai 1576 N. Henderson St Galesburg, III. MICKEY MARTY, TOURNAMENT MGR. Daily .. Weekly . . Monthly GALESBURG LINCOLN • MERCURY 120 N. Broad 342-4121 DELIVERY! 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