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Pioneer Game to Go On All-Stars in Light Drills Before Game CHICAGO (UP1) - The College All-Stars will get their last light drill today in preparation for Friday's attempt to end the Green Bay Packers' winning streak in the 30th annual football All-Star game. The Packers, champions of the National Football League, have won their last 19 exhibition games, including a 42-20 victory over the All-Stars last year. The pro team has won the last four All-Star games. Green Bay, with almost all veterans from last year's team still on hand, was a solid favorite to win by two to three touchdowns. The Packers will hold their last workout tonight under the lights of Soldier Field, where the game will be played. A crowd of about 65,000 was expected for the contest, usually the opener of the grid season. The game will be displayed on television with 209 stations on the network. Neither coach Vince Lombardi of the Packers nor Otto Graham, in his fifth game as All-Star coach, has named a starting lineup. Commissioner Makes Ruling By MW LAWRENCE Rodger Moore, commissioner of the Central Illinois Collegiate League, ruled today that Wednesday night's contest between Galesblirg and Lincoln, which was tied at 4-4 when the umpires halted the game, will be continued on Aug. 14, the next time Lincoln is in Gales burg. Moore's ruling deviates from the NCAA rules, under which the league is operating. Here was the situation at Thomas H. Blodgett Field last night: Galesburg had gone ahead 4-2 in the bottom of the sixth inning. However, Lincoln knotted the count with two markers in the top of the seventh frame. In the bottom of Ihe seventh, Galesburg had two outs and a runner on first when plate umpire Bill Van Dell called the contest on accoont of darkness. Van Dell called the contest as Chuck Lindstrom, Lincoln manager, went out to confer with base umpire Hugh Gamber. Lindstrom wanted to know what the umpires' decision would be if the game were called. According to NCAA rules, the score would revert back Blatz Beaten By Merchants Blatz's Warriors dropped their third game of the season in a. 10-9 setback at the hands of the Canton- Farmington Merchants, Wednesday night, at H. T. Custer Park. The contest was called at the end of eight innings because of the 10:45 park curfew. The Merchants used a big five-run fourth inning to carry them to victory. However, the deciding markers came in a two- run sixth frame. Blatz fell one short of the Merchants with three runs in the bot- Crucial Match Looms Today in Tennis Tourney SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (UPD- Top-seeded Frank FroeHing of Coral Gables, Fla., meets Tom Edlefsen of Berkeley, Calif., in a feature men's singles match today at the Eastern Grass Courts tennis championships. Third-seeded Gene Scott of St. James, N.Y., takes on Andy Lloyd of Shreveport, La., and seventh-seeded Clark Graebner of Shaker Heights, Ohio, plays Bob Siska of San Francisco in other top men's matches. In the women's singles, top- seeded and Wimbledon champion Margaret Smith of Australia plays Nadine Netter of Scarsdale, N.Y., while second-seeded and U.S. No. 1 Darlene Hard of Long Beach, Calif., meets Sharon Pri- tula of Detroit, in feature matches. torn of the sixth, but that concluded the scoring for the night. Mike Frisch, Merchant first baseman, got his team off on the right foot with a two-run homer in the first inning. He also slapped, a double and a single before the contest was over. Lee Bevard whacked the big blow for Blatz with a bases-loaded triple in the third frame. Jim Lester, Bevard, Gene Mendez, and George Shea all had two hits for Blatz with Mendez, Shea, and Pat Prina rapping two-bag gers. Jim Barborous of the Merchants supplemented Frisch's power hitting with three hits, including a double. Dick Fillman started for Blatz and was charged with the defeat. He gave vtay to Dave Thielbert in the fourth. Bob Hatterman went the route to pick up the triumph for Canton-Farmington. Blats Warriori Canlon-Farmington ah t h D.Johns'n Lester Bevard Owens Mendez Shea Moore Prina Taroch'ne Fillman Thielbert 0 0 Totals 35 9 12 Williams Reuter D.Fahnes'k Frisch R.Fahnes'k Yates Swigris Barbrorous 3 Hatterman 4 ab r h 4 11 1 3 1 0 1 1 1 1 Totals 34 10 12 Score by innings: Cantqn-Farmington „210 502 0O—10 Blatz Warriors 004 023 00— 9 2 - BIG NIGHTS - 2 GALESBURG'S ONLY IMCA SANCTIONED RACES OF THE YEAR. EVENTS AMERICA'S GREATEST DRIVERS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS, AUGUST 1-2 FIRST RACE 8 P.M. Advanced Reserved Seat Ticket* Available at the Fairground* Box Office $1.50 Bleacher Seat* Free. KNOX COUNTY FAIR to the last completed inning. This would have given Gales* burg a 4-2 victory. However, Moore felt that the umpires may have used poor judgment in allowing the contest to continue into an inning which might not have been completed. In making the decision, he felt it was unfair to Lincoln to disallow its two runs in the top of the seventh plus its two putouts in the bottom of the seventh. Furthermore, he was convinced that there was no conscious effort on the part of the Lincoln personnel to stall the game. Moore also stated that the 6 p.m. starting time for the game puts a limit on the amount of baseball that can be played. The Pioneers scored their first run of the contest without a hit. Tim Thompson reached first via Tim Heintzelman's error. Larry Johnson then hit a grounder to Lincoln shortstop Gerry Chmielewski, who flipped the ball to second sacker Tom Giles for an attempted force on Thompson. Giles dropped • the ball, however, and everyone was safe. Heintzelman scooped up Bigley's sacrifice bunt attempt but threw wildly to first base. Thompson scored from second on the play. Five singles brought Lincoln two markers in the fifth. Elston Mitchell singled to lead off the frame. Heintzelman singled to left, but Mitchell was thrown out at third by leftfielder Tom Simon. Del Unser followed with a single to score Heintzelman, who had taken second on Simon's toss to third. Unser went to second on the throw to the plate and moved to third on Ray Duff's single. Chmiewlewski singled to right to score Unser. With one out in the bottom of the sixth, Larry Johnson and Bob Bigley walked. Simon grounded to first baseman Unser who threw the ball into centerfield on an attempted force at second. Johnson scored on the play. Ed Brooks singled to left to score Bigley, and Dennis Doyle followed with a one-bagger to left center to tally Simon. Lincoln scored its two runs in the seventh on a walk and three singles. Dennis Hanssen came in to relieve Galesburg starter John Hermanek, who was taken out f»r a pinchhitter in the sixth. He, in turn, was replaced by Jim Johnson. Steve Silverman started for Lincoln, but gave way to Ron Sieck with two gone in the sixth. Galesburg will host Bloomington at 6 p.m. tonight. Minor Leagues By The Associated Press INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Indianapolis 9-7, Buffalo 3-6 (2nd 10 innings) Richmond 1-6, Columbus (2nd 11 innings) Syracuse 6, Jacksonville 3 Rochester 5, Atlanta 4 Toronto 14, Arkansas 2 0-8 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Hawaii 4, Seattle 1 Spokane 5, Oklahoma City 4 San Diego 2, Salt Lake City 1 Dallas-Fort Worth 10, Denver 4 Portland 3, Tacoma 2 (11 innings ) BERL Watch Crystals NORD Replaced JEWELERS in 30 Minutes. Official CB.&Q. and Santa Fe Watch Inspector 314 E. MAIN ST. located E. Marie Shop Trinity Cops Win 9-6 In Playoff Coming up with a big 4 -run fourth inning the Trinity Lutheran team pulled another surprise in the Church Kittenball League, raising to a 9-6 victory over Covenant in the first of a playoff series. Vic Pantenella was the winning pitcher for Trinity while Bill Payton was on the mound for Covenant and suffered the loss. Trinity Lutheran and Covenant will get to it again tonight with game time set at 7:30 on the Lake Storey diamond. If a third playoff game is necessary it will be held Monday night. Trinity (I) •b r h 4 2 2 Covenant (8) ab i h H.Nelson T.Hilffe'g M.Nelson B.Hilge'g Hawkin'n Trulock J.Ander'n Jordan Peterson Johnson Payton 4 1 3 0 4 1 3 1 3 2 2 0 1 0 3 1 10 0 3 0 3 0 Engman Peterson Lundeen R.Anders'n FindahJ VanFleet Hannam Morgan Sauter Patenella Totals 30 6 10| Totals 35 9 14 Score by innings: Covenant 123 000 0—6 Trinity Lutheran 230 400 x—9 Eddie Griffith Hero Despite 7-5 Setback By United Press International Eddie Griffith of Wisconsin Rapids was a hero Wednesday night, even though the senators lost, 7-5, to Burlington in the Midwest League. Griffith, barely managing to support a .240 batting average and with one home run to his credit for the season, stepped to the plate in the ninth* inning with the score 5-1. The bases were loaded and there were two outs. He swung his bat, and unlike the mighty Casey, smashed one out of the park to tie the score. But it was a night for homers with a total of four in the game, and in the 11th, Ossie Mack hit a two-run homer to win the game for Burlington. The senators stayed on top of the league in spite of the loss as second plaCe Clinton dropped their contest, 4-2, to Cedar Rapids. In other action, Decatur beat Quad ( Cities, 6-3, and Quincy trounced Waterloo, 12-5. Dubuque at Fox Cities was postponed because of rain. MIDWEST LEAGUE Quad Cities 6, Decatur 3 Quincy 12, Waterloo 5 Burlington 7, Wisconsin Rapids 5 (11 innings) Cedar Rapids 4, Clinton 2 Dubuque at Fox Cities, ppd, wet grounds Bow-Hunting Times Set For 1963 SPRINGFIELD, 111, (AP\ Three bow hunting seasons for the taking of white-tailed deer have been announced tor 1963 by the state conservation department. The seasons will be Oct. 1-Nov. 2, Nov. li-Nov. 23, and Dec. 2* Dec. 31. Deer may be taken in any of the 58 counties open to deer hunting this year. Each hunter will be limited to one deer. The department also'announced Wednesday that two conservation areas will be open to public hunting of squirrels today through Sept. 1. Squirrels may be hunted on the Mermet Lake conservation area south of Promised Land Road. The department said additional areas of state-owned land will be announced for hunting purposes at a later date. The daily limit on fox and grey squirrels is five, with a possession limit of 10. White and black squirrels are protected by law. Golesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg t III, Thursdoy. Auo. 1,1963 IS Micro Races Slated for Saturday Micro MidgeL^drivers will be record-minded Upaturday nigfa when they go for honors in another GrIMMAC sponsored program at Squires' Speedway. Joe Wilson of Hudson got everyone thinking in terms of records when he broke the old track mark with a time of 13.85 two weeks ago. The old mark was set by Jim Howard in 1962. A full field of cars will be spinning wheels Saturday night, including former record - holder Jim Howard. Howard, who had motor trouble in the last race, will be out to take the record away from Wilson. Wilson is still leading in point- standing with Howard in strong contention. After time trials, which starts at 7:30, there will be a trophy dash, three heat races, a consolation, semi-finals and feature. The semi will be 15 laps and the feature 25. Odd Match PHILADELPHIA (UPI) r-Con- vention Hall will witness a boxing oddity on the night of Aug. 13 when two Philadelphia fighters oppose two boxers from Argen tina in a doubleheader. Middle weight Jesse Smith will fight Victor Zalazar in one bout, and Len Matthews will oppose Manual Alvarez, a stablemate of welterweight champion Emile Griffith, in the other match. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Major League Box Scores NIGHT GAMES CHICAGO •bthbl Brock Burton Willie's Santo Boros Banks Hubbs BerteU 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 Rodg'rs OOOO Toth - - - - McDa'l 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 MILWAUKEE ihthbl Maye 4 0 0 0 E.Math's 4 0 11 Aaron Torre cMcMi'n Klimc'k Oliver Menke Boiling Clonin'r Piche aLarker Schne'er 0 Raym'd 0 bCline 1 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 110 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Shaw 0 0 0 0 Totals33 3 9 3| Totals33 2 7 2 a—Grounded out for Piche in 6th; b—singled for Raymond in 8th; c—ran for Torre in Oth. Cjore by innings: Chicago 002 000 001—3 Milwaukee 000 000 020—2 E—None. PO-A—Chicago 27-10. Milwaukee 27-15. DP—Bertell and Hubbs; Menke, Boiling and Torre. LOB—Chicago 11, Milwaukee 5. 2B —Boros, Hubbs, Williams, Aaron, Torre. HR—Santo. SF—Santo. ip h r er bbio Toth 6*i 2 0 0 1 4 McDanlel W, 7-3-21/3 5 2 2 0 3 xCloninger 4 7 2 2 2 4 Piche 2 0 0 0 2 0 Schneider 2 h 1 0 0 1 1 Raymond l l ,b 0 0 0 1 0 Shaw L, 4-8 1 11111 x—Faced one man in 5th. Balk — Cloninger. U —Walsh, Burkhart, Conlan, Pelekoudas. T— 2:43. A—27,919. KANSAS ab Cimoli 4 Causey Lumpe Siebern Lau Charles Harre'n DelGr'o Segui aEsse'n Bows'd CITY r hbl 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 NEW YORK ab t h bl Kubek Rich'on Tresh Pepit'ne Bright Howard Blanc'rd Lopez Boyer Terry NIGHT CINCINNATI •b r h bl Rose 5 Harper 5 Pinson 5 Robi'n 5 Keough 4 Freese 3 Edwar's 4 Kasko 4 O'To'le 3 GAME ST. LOUIS •b 1 hbl Flood Groat White Boyer James Kolb Maxvill McCar'r Gibson aLong Schultz bScha'n Bauta L-Altman 1 0 0 Totals 38 9 14 91 Totals 35 2 7 2 a—Called out on strikes for Gibson in 4th; b—struck out for Schultz in 7th; c—struck out for Bauta in 9th. Score by innings: Cincinnati 222 000 012—9 St. Louis 020 000 000—2 E—Rose, Maxville, Kasko. PO-A —Cincinnati 27-11, St. Louis 27-9. DP—Boyer, Maxvill and White. LOB—Cincinnati 5, St. Louis 7. 2B —Kolb, Gibson, Rose, Harper, Robinson. HR—Keough. S—O'Toole. SF—Keough. O'Toole W, 14-9 Gibson L, 12-5 —4 Schultz 3 Bauta — - 2 h 1 er bbto 7 2 2 1 7 8 6 5 1 2 1 0 0 0 4 5 3 3 0 0 PB—McCarver 2. U—Sudol, Forman, Gorman, Landes. T—2:28. A —15,977. NIGHT CHICAGO ab r h bl 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 29 2 5 21 Totals 35 3 8 3 a—Popped up for Segui in 6th. Score by innings: Kansas City 000 000 200—2 New York 001 100 301—3 E—Harrelson, Charles, Lumpe. PO-A—Kansas City 26-9, New York 27-12, two out when winning run scored. DP—Kubek, Richardson and Pepitone. LOB—Kansas City 2, New York 10. 2B—Siebern, Richardson. HR — Tresh. SF—Lau, Charles, Terry. ip b r er bb*o Segui .5 5 2 1 2 2 Bowsfield L, 4-5--3?i 3 110 2 Terry W, 12-10 9 5 2 2 0 5 HBP—By Bowsfield, Pepitone. U—Paparella. Haller, Honochick, Smith. T—1:58. A—12.458. H's'g'r Fox 0 Nicho'n 5 Lemon 3 McCr'w 2 Landis 4 Hansen 4 Ward 3 Carre'n 4 Herbe't 1 Wilh'm 0 2 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 3 1 0 0 0O0 GAME WASHINGTON ab r h bl Blas'me Phillips Hinton King Lock Zimmer Landrith 4 Cottier 3 Osteen aOsbc'e Kline 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Totals 36 5 11 4! Totals 34 2 8 2 a—Singled for Osteen in 8th. Score by innings: Chicago r 010 040 000—5 Washington 000 000 200—2 E—Zimmer. PO-A—Chicago 27-11, Washington 27-11. DP—Fox and Hansen. LOB—Chicago 8, Washington 5. 2B—Carreon. SB—Landis. HR—Zimmer. SB—Hershberger. S —Ward, Herbert. Herbert W, 10-6—8 Wilhelm . 1 Osteen L, 5-8 8 Kline .... - 1 h r «r bbio 7 2 2 0 4 1 0 0 0 1 10 5 5 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 WP—Osteen. IT—Carrigan, Flaherty, Hurley, DiMuro T—2:31. A —5,390. READ THE WANT ADS! SPRINT CARS will be racing for honors in the International Motor Contest Association programs tonight and Friday night at the Knox County Fairgrounds. Some of the prc-racc favorites shown in inserts above are from left: Pete Folse of Tampa, Fla.; Johnny White of Warren, Mich., and Gordon Wooley of Waco, Tex. Lower right hand insert is Jerry Blundy of Galesburg, now rated among the five top drivers. Time trials are at 7 p. m. with races at 8. Don Busse Takes Five of Ten Heats Run at Fair Ten heats of harness racing, were on Wednesday afternoon'!! program at the Knox County Faiv and one driver, Don Busse of Kingston, had the front-running entry in five of the 10 heats. Immediately after the final heat, about 4:10 o'clock, Buf,se headed by auto for Sportsman's Park, Chicago, where he was scheduled to drive an entry^ in the first race on the Wednesday night card 'at the track there. Tuesday, busse also made the Knoxville-Chicago trip and was the winning driver in two races at Sportsman's. Busse drove three entries Wednesday afternoon of wlfich he was sole owner and two of: which he was part owner. He also had two seconds, a third and two fourth-place finishes. Fastest time of the three afternoons of racing, through Wednesday, was chalked up in the second heat of the pace, initial event on the speed program, as Branch Guy Prince, owned by Clarence Buss of Belmont, Wis., with J. McGarty an driver, toured the mile in 2:06-4-5, after finishing third in the initial heat. Fury Day, owned by Elsie Rosenbalm of Oregon, with P. Rosenbalm as driver, was the No. 1 horse in the first heat and dropped back to third place the second time out. The faster time gave the Arthur J. Nyman &• Sons trophy LL Indians Dump Giants, ers Beat White Sox Dodg< The Indians scored the first American League victory in the Little League playoffs with an 8-5 triumph over the Giants at O. N. Custer Park, Wednesday night. The Dodgers continued the National League domination with a 9-7 triumph over the White Sox. Tonight, action in the Littie League world series continues with the Yankees and Pirates squaring off at 7:30. The Pirates won the first contest, and with a win tonight, coulid take the series. The Athletics/ and Cardinals will battle in the 'first contest at 5:45. Rick Wilson, Rick Shriber, and Rick McLaughlin, all had a pair of hits to pace the Indian assault. Steve Webber was the winning pitcher. Gregg Taylor pitched and batted the Dodgers to victory. He slapped three flits, including two home runs. He also was the winning pitcher. Greg Huss had a pair of safeti'Wi to pace the White Sox attack. Dodgen (9) Blixt Nelson Tayloi- Stromson Gorhum Kennedy Ryner Seamon Johnson Winter Bick Hardine Mangierl •b th 4 .\ liQuigley :i II Can- White Sox (7) ab r h Ehrenhar't Galloway Fuson Huss Hinkson Tapper Flaar Hillemcler 0 OlPartin 0 01 Leahy 0 01 Reuter I Lewis •2 3 2 1 0 O 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 4 10 4 0 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 23 9 9 I Totals 19 7 5 Score by innings: Dodgers 121 005—9 White Sax: 203 002—7 Winning pitcher, Taylor; losing pitcher, Galloway. Indians «fi Wilson Kimble Shriber McLaug^M Stanley .' Pico Pampel LevinsoJn Webbej • GerranJ ab r 4 h! 2INocella 0 I Derry 21 Adams 2 I Welty II Fox 1 1 Mason Giantc (5) ab r h 2 1 1 1 1 0 Taylor Jacobs Maciel Patton Lindsey Hilligoss 0 1 1 1 1 1 C-U Moves Up In CIC Loop By United Press International Champaign - Urbana jumped from fourth to second place in the Central Illinois Collegiate Baseball League Wednesday night with a 3-0 victory over pacesetting Peoria. Marty Pattins held Peoria to three scattered hits and Harlan Lautenschlager cracked a two-run homer in the first inning for the winners. The Bloomington - Springfield contest was postponed because of rain. to the owner of Branch Guy Prince. Busse, with his own Don't Forget copped both heats of the trot and received the trophy donated by Farmers National Bank of Knoxville. The two-year-old pace, Northern Illinois Colt Association stake race was run in three divisions. Busse drove Frisco Jack, ownership of which he shares with Eld/>n Lamont of Kirkland, to the finish line first in the opening division of this event. D. G. Insko, driving Poplar Aaron, owned by Car-Bon Stable, South Beloit, won both heats of the second division. Busse, with his Honey Reed was 1-2 in the third division, with Bout Due, owned by Paul Bielic of La- Habre, Calif., with A. Merriman as driver^ moved up from sixth place in tne first heat to the No. 1 spot in the second heat. With the best time, 2:084-5, in the first heat of the first division, Busse collected the trophy presented by the Bank of Galesburg, as he otherwise was tied in the standings with Insko. ' Pact Billy Everett, 4 -4, Lem's Love, 6-5, Prince Scott Volo Riggs 5-6, Branch Guy Prince 3-1, D. D. Danger 2-2, Fury Day 1-3. Time 2:13 2/5. 2:06 3/5. Tret Don't Forget 1-1, Armayda's Son 3-2, Dutch Lord 4 -3, Key Yates 5-4, Cinda Colby 2-x. Time 2:113/5. 2*18 2-Year-Old-Face First Division—Cooper Star 3-3, Frisco Jack 1-1, Squire Brook 2-2, Jeannie Lee Byrd 6-6 Carol Ann Colby 5-5, Queenie Colleen 4-4, Sandy Commander x-x. Time 2:03 4/5, 2:13 4/5. Second Division—Dusty Prince 3-2, Miss McWay 6-7, Poplar Aaron 1-1, That's Once 4-5, Counsel Haven 2-3, Peso Prince 7-4, Miss Tide 5-6. Time 2:14 1/5, 2:10 4/5. Third Division—BUI Knight 2 -4, Doctor Beau 3-5, Bout Due 6-1, Honey Reed 1-2, Dixie Command 5-3, Melody Hero 4 -x. Time 2:11 4/5, 2:09 3/5. Totafls 28 8 101 Totals 24 5 7 Scojf e by innings: Indians 013 220—8 Giants 201 002—5 Winning pitcher, Webber; losing pitch!jr, Welty. SEE TRADEWINDS CAMPERS ' ON DISPIAY in the MERCHANTS TENT at th« Knox County Fair LaVerne Smith--Galesburg Jim Collinson Galva SPORTING GOODS SUMMER CLOSEOUTS Pro-Type 1-Piece SWIM FINS S3 $ 98 1.98 Pro-Type Wide Vision t SWIM MASK S. 1.98 BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS Sizes 4-6-8-16-18 Only Vetoes PA to $1.95 J[)Q 60 FOOT SKI TOW ROPES 750 Pound Pull Strength Regular tf 49 $2.95 * I See Thru Window < SWIM RAFTS! Reg. 1 98 1.19 Regulation Size I Baseball BASEBALLS 79c I BATS 79c LEO STEIN LUGGAGE - SPORTING GOODS - JEWELRY 343-45 EAST MAIN ST.