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Siwash Wins Two Games From Scots Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Monday, Moy 7, 1,97^ 19 Ryan Is Congratulated Jim Ryan, center, is congratulated by the Monmouth College at Blodgett Field Satur- Knox College bench as he crosses home plate day afternoon. The home run helped the after blasting a 3-nin homer in the fifth in- Siwash take the first game 7-2, while the K- ning of the first game of a doubleheader with men edged the Scots 5-4 in the second game. i-.i Slide Raises Dust A slide by Knox College baserunner raises a cloud of dust and knocks Monmouth College second baseman Bill Seiple off balance in their game at Blodgett Field Saturday. Knox swept the doubleheader 7-2 and 5-4 to win the Illinois title in the Midwest Conference. (Register-Mail photos by Dale Humphrey.) a B « X e c 4 * It 4 * I '* * 4 4 I • II * • A « * * « Roseville Relays Tuesday urkCJPVTI T.tf—Civtonn cohnnlel mnrrniv nioht'c moot i 880 Yard Varsity Relay — Wil- ROSEVILLE—Sixteen schools will compete in the 18th annual Roseville Relays here Tuesday night. Schools entered in the meet are Alexis, Astoria, Avon, Colchester, Industry, LaHarpe, Northwestern, Roseville, ROVA, Southern, Union, Valley, VIT, Warren, Western and Yorkwood. , Alexis is the defending champion but Avon has been installed as the-favorite for to- Running Elegant Dining From 6:30 p.m. Exciting Harness Events Tuesday Thru Saturday Post Time 8 p.m. South of 1-80 on 2 and 92 You're gonna tevt Ewl Me/in* Dewm... And Hn Fori-MwJuel Rain or Shine EAST DCWNS morrow night's meet Field events will get underway at 5:30 with running events to start at 7. Records Distance Medley — Pendergrass, Fox, Brown, Hanna (Alexis) 3:42.9 1968. High Hurdle Shuttle — Beekman, Clark, Bushnell, Wilson (Astoiia) 39.9 1964. 440 Freshmen Relay — Washburn, Palmer, Powers, Comer (R.M.A.) 49.3 1967. 440 Varsity Relay — Neufeld, Wright, Zayti, Price (R.M.A.) 45.9 1963. Mile Run — Jacob (Stronghurst) 4-.33.S 1964. Low Hurdle Shuttle — Bushnell, Clark, Parr, Wilson (Astoria) 58.4 1964. Bowling Scores LADIES "60" LEAGUE High team series, Kline's, 2840; High team game; Swan Hills Golf Course,-901. High individual series, Ina Billups, 582; Hieh individual game, Ina Billups, 224 . SUNDAY NIGHTERB MIXED LEAGUE High team series, Team No. 10, 2297: High team game, Team No. 10. 831. ' High individual series, (men) Wendell Crouch. 548: (wpmenl Phyllis Waller, 540; High individual game, (men) Lester FriPnd, 220; (women) Phyllis Waller, 191. 1 BOWL TOWN"It COUNTRY LEAGUE High team series, Jess Shell. 1738; High team game, Moores Barber ShOD. 621. High indiivdual series. Karen Hall, 493: Hieh indiivdual game, Frances Pierson, 194. Motorbike Race SALBURG, Austria (UPI) Jarno Saarinen of Finland, riding on a Yamaha, won the 250 ccm class of the Motorbike Grand Prix races, counting towards the World Champion ships, on the Salzburgrin track today. Saarinen, who was the fastest driver in the practice runs Saturday in two categories—in the 250 ccm class and in the 500 ccm class—clocked 48 minutes 31.50 seonds for an average speed of 157.22 kilometers per hour. 880 Yard Varsity Relay Hams. Wamock, Bohan Hedgcock (Alexis) 1:35.9 1962. 880 Yard Freshmen Relay—Bradley, Lawson, Grieve, Murray (Avon) 1:42.1 1968. Mile Relay — Short, Foley, Cameron, Ellis (Warsaw) 3:35.0 1964. 880 Yard Run — St. John (Colchester) 2:02.7 1963. Sprint Medley — Hall, Lescher. Rlggins, Hammond (Western) 1:38.3 1958. Pole Vault — Creek (Alexis) 12-8'/ 4 1971. Discus — Robinson (Warsaw), Castle (Western) 145-2 1963. Long Jump — Allaman (Roseville) 21-8'i, 1962. High Jump — Pogue (Western) 6-2 1971. . Shot Put — Hays (Alexis) 52-9 1 1967. Knox College righthander Jim Fennema got credit for both wins in a doubleheader with Monmouth College at Blodgett Field Saturday afternoon to give the Siwashers a Midwest Conference playoff berth. Fennema, who is being scouted by six pro baseball teams, went the distance in the opener for a 7-2 victory. In the second game of the afternoon, Fennema came in as a relief pitcher in the sixth inning to wrap up a 5-4 decision. Under a new 4-state playoff system in the conference, the doubleheader was important for both the Siwash and the Scots. As the only MWC colleges in Illinois, the team with the bet ter record against the other receives the playoff berth to be held at Northfield, Minn., May 18-19. The two teams split a doubleheader three weeks ago, so Knox takes the state title with a 3-1 edge in the series Now 16-8 for the season and 3-3 in the conference, the Siwash are on the road Wednesday at St. Francis College. The next action for Monmouth is a doubleheader at the University of Illinois today. The Siwash pounded out seven hits for seven runs in the first game Saturday. After the Scots were put down in the top of the first inning, Knox quickly brought runs across the plate in bottom half of the inning. Lead-off batter Jim Spieth iofted the ball over the leftfield fence to give Knox a 1-0 lead. Later Bob Prout homered with Tim Smith on base, and the score was 3-0. Monmouth got the offense moving in the second game as Al Shepherd blasted a 1-run homer to make the score 3-1. But the Siwash came right back with a run of their own After pitcher Fennema walked, Jeff Henderson batted in pinch runner Rick Truttman for Knox's fourth run. * The Scots scored thejfr second and last run of the game in the top of third when Steve Rueckert sacrificed in pitcher Glenn Fritz. The score remained at 4-2 until Knox brought in three runs in the fifth. Jim Ryan provided the insurance runs for Knox as he blasted a 3-run homer to up the tally to 7-2. Gary Wollitz and Prout were on base via singles. Fennema gave up six hits, two earned runs and a walk while striking out three batters in taking the win. Fritz, loser for Monmouth, allowed seven hits, six earned runs, and five bases on balls but struck out five batters. The second game started out like the first as Knox got on the scoreboard in the bottom of the first inning. However, after grabbing a 3-0 lead the Siwash had to come from behind to win the game. Henderson doubled to reach base in the first inning and then scored on a single by Wollitz. But it was Henderson getting the RBIs in the second inning as he hit a bases-loaded single to give Knox the 3-0 lead. Ryan doubled, Fennema walked and Spieth was intentionally walked to put three men on base. Then Monmouth went to work. Butch Avery reached base safely on an error and Tom Satterly singled in the third inning. Rueckert and Shepherd then drove in a run apiece with singles. The tying run came in the fourth as Avery singled in Mike Cripe, who had earlier knocked out a double. It was 3-3. In the top of the sixth came the go-ahead score by the Scots. Matt Entrup got on base on a fielder's choice and advanced when Cripe reached base on an error. Then a Siwash throwing error sent Entrup home and gave the Scots a 4-3 edge. Knox tied the game up again in the bottom of the inning, however. Wollitz, who went four for four at the plate in the game, smashed a home run to tie the score at 4-all. Fennema then put the Scots down in the top of the seventh inning to open the way for the game-breaking score by Knox in the last time at bat. The Siwash loaded the bases as Greg Peden walked, Spieth singled and Henderson was intentionally walked. Then Wollitz, who had homefed to tie the game, knocked a ground ball past the shortstop to bring in the winning run. The remainder of the inning was not played. Kelly Cohoon, who pitched five and one-third innings for Knox, gave up six hits and one earned run. In one and two-thirds innings, Fennema, the winner, was tagged for one hit but put two batters down on strikes. Avery, the loser for Monmouth, was tapped for eight hits, five runs and five walks although he struck out eight. (First .Game) Out at First Monmouth College's Mike Cripe (6) approaches first base but Knox College's Jim Ryan takes the throw for the out. Action took place Saturday at Blodgett Field as the Siwash defeated the Scots in both ends of a Midwest Conference doubleheader. The pair of victories gave Knox a 3-1 edge in the series between the two teams and a conference playoff berth. Sandburg Captures Championship Win Carl Sandburg scored a run in the bottom of the 10th Saturday afternoon at H. T. Custer Park for a 7-6 victory . Over Black Hawk College and championship honors in the section tournament of the Junior College playoffs. The victory earned Coach Jim Isaacson's Chargers a berth in what amounts to a super sectional game this afternoon at H. T. Custer. Sandburg is to face a strong Lincoln Junior College team which has posted a 21-13 record to date. Winner of the Sandburg-Lincoln game will compete in the state tournament at Kankakee next weekend. record at 6-3 over-all and avenged its only loss to a junior college team this season. Lyle Smith's 2-out double scored Tim Coley from second base to snap a 6-6 tie in the 10th inning. After the first two men struck out in the 10th. Coley doubled or. a drive that hit the top of the fence and bounced back in the playing field. He remained on second as Ed Rockhold walked and came home on Smith's 2- bagger. The Chargers had a 6-4 lead with no one on and two out in tha.ninth. It was then that Jared Jasch singled and Billy Bishop homed to tie the game up and Monmouth Seiple Satterly Rueckert Wagner Shepherd Plummer Entrup Cripe Fritz •b r hN 4 O 0 (Spieth Xnox •b r h 2 1 3 0 1 IHenderson 4 0 2 ------- 4 10 3 1 1 3 2 2 2 1 1 2 0 0 OlO 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 HSmith 3 0 HWollitz 3 1 2IProut 3 0 OlRyan 3 0 1 IFennema 3 0 OlTruttman 2 1 OIGeorge I Austin iFricilone Total 26 2 6] Total 24 7 7 Score by innings: Monmouth Oil 000 0—2 Knox . . 310 030 x—7 Ip h r erbbio Fennema (W3-3) 7 6 2 2 1 3 Fritz (L) 7 7 6 5 5 Monmouth Seiple Satterly Rueckert Wagner Shepherd Plummer Entrup Cripe Avery (Second Game) ibt h| 4 0 01 Spieth 1 1 IHenderson 3 0 11 Smith 0 llCalamari 0 IIWollitz 0 UProut 1, OlRyan 1 1 IFennema 1 1 ICohoon IGeoree I Austin iPeden Xnox ibi h 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Total 29 4 7| Total 26 5 8 Score by innings: Monmouth 002 101 0—4 Knox 120 001 1—5 lp h r er bb to Cohoon Fennema (W 4-3) Avery (L) . 5'':, 6 4 1 ?'3 1 0 7 8 5 1 2 0 0 5 5 The victory put Sandburg's force an extra inning. Mai or League Bo^ Scores Pittsburgh ab r|hbi Cash 3 0 0 0 Oliver 4 Siwash Post Three Wins In Golf Meet The Knox College golf squad recorded three victories in a quadrangular meet at Soange- taha Country Club Saturday afternoon. The Siwash linksters defeated Beloit 14%-%, Carleton 16-2 and Grinnell 14-2. The three Midwest Conference victories raises Knox' dual meet record to 6-7-2. Medalist for the meet was freshman Kerry Swanson, for mer Silver Streak golfer, with a round of 72. Another former Silver Streak, Jim Wetherbee, was close behind with a 75. Rounding out the scoring for Knox were Dave Golom with 78, Bill Brands 79, Kyle Van trease 80 and Ken Hutter 89. Knox is in action again this afternoon with a home meet against Monmouth College. It Moose (L 2 . 2) is the final dual meet of the McKee season for the Siwash, who go Jonnson to the MWC championship meet May 17-18 at Rochester, Minn. St. LouU ab r|hbl Brock 4 0 0 0 And'rs'n 3 0 0 0 Torre 4 0 0 0 Sim'ons 4 0 0 0 Reitz 3 0 0 0 Stein 2 0 0 0 Busse 3 0 10 Tyson 3 0 0 0 Foster 2 0 10 Mele'nz 10 0 0 Granger 0 0 0 0 Lot Angeles New York ab r h bi Lopes 2 111 Buck'er 3 0 0 0 Mota 3 0 11 Davis 3 0 10 Ferg'on 3 111 Cr'ford 2 0 0 0 Cey 2 0 0 0 Russell 3 10 0 Do'n'ng 2 0 0 0 Total 23 3 4 3 Total 29 0 2 0 Score by innings St Louis 000 000 000—0 Los Angeles Oil 001 OOx—3 E—Busse, Cey. DP—St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 1. LOB—St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 2. 2B—Busse. HR—Ferguson (6). SB —Russell, Lopes. S — Downing, Buckner. SF—Lopes. ip h r erbbio Foster (LO-3) —- 7 3 3 2 3 2 Granger . ... 1 1 0 0 0 0 Downing (W 3-1) 7 2 0 0 2 5 T—1:45. A—17,355. Sang'len 3 RobTon 2 Zisk Hebner Sten'ett May Moose Gonz'lez 1 McKee 0 Ciines 1 Johns'n 0 R.He'ez Alley 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E. He'ez 4 Grubb 4 Lee 4 Colbert 5 Gaston 5 KendaU 4 Ca'pb'l 4 IHilton 4 OlCald'ell 4 01 San Diego ab r hbi Clarke 4 0 White 4 0 M. Alou 3 1 Murcer 4 0 Hart 3 0 Swobo'a 1 1 F. Alou 4 0 Nettles 4 0 Munson 4 0 Lanier 4 0 Kline 0 0 Magn'on 0 0 ab r|h bi Kelly May 5 D. Al'en 4 Muser 1 Melton 4 Morales 1 Hen's'n 5 Reich't 4 Herr'nn 4 Orta 4 Leon 4 Wood 0 Chicago ab r h bi 4 2 3 2 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 Total 40 1117 9 Total 35 210 2 Score by innings: New York 100 000 001— 2 Chicago 301 005 20x—11 E—Clarke, Lanier. DP—New York 2. Chicago 1. LOB—New York 7, Chicago 6. 2B—White, F Alou. 3B—M. Alou, D. Allen IP h r erbbio Kline (L2-3) .... 5% 10 8 6 1 1 Magnuson 2",-, 7 3 3 0 0 Wood (W7-2) 9 10 2 2 7 5 T—2:15. A—27,549. Chicago Hiser Popo'ch 4 0 Wil'iams 4 0 Bonham 0 0 Pepit'ne 3 Carde'al 4 Fanzone 4 Rudo'ph 4 Kes'ger 3 Gura 2 I Garrett 1 iHick'an 1 ab r|h bi 4 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 San Francisco ab r hbi Bonds 4 110 Fuentes 4 1 Speier 4 1 King an 4 0 |Mat T ews 3 2 OlHo'arth 4 0 OlPhillips 3 2 llRader 3 1 OlWil'hby 3 0 OlSosa 0 1 2'McD'ell 0 0 0 Total 38 8 16 8 GHS Golfers Disqualified QUINCY - The GHS golf team was forced out of the competition in the Quincy Invitational by virtue of disqualification here Saturday. The ruling kept the Streaks from finishing halfway down in a field of 36 prep golf teams from Illinois, Iowa and Missouri. Sophomore John Stansbury misplayed a lost ball and was declared disqualified from the tournament, forcing Galesburg to forfeit a place in the final standings. Doug Allensworth fired a 77 to lead the Streak linksters on Quincy's Westview golf course. Rusty Cunningham carded an 81 for the Streaks, and Chuck Hines finished at 85. Dan Douglas and Stansbury both shot) 90s, with Stansbury's score being unofficial. Pekin stormed through the 3-1 lead over the ;fi * ld . an( j broke the Quincy Invitational record with a team total of 379 to win the tournament going away. Belleville West, winner of this year's Champaign Invitational, was a distant second, 10 strokes back at 389. Peoria Bergan finished fourth with a total of 400, right behind Naperville. Hawks Lose To Montreal In Playoffs By ED SAINSBURY UPI Sports Writer CHICAGO (UPI) - Coach Scotty Bowman had one target for his Montreal Canadiens when they try to wrap up their 16th Stanley Cup against the Chicago Black Hawks Tuesday night. "I feel we'll have to give our best and play 60 minutes of hockey," he said. "Chicago will too." Bowman's opinion came after his Canadians "played our best game for 60 minutes" to whip the Hawks, 4-0, on national television Sunday afternoon with goalie Ken Dryden's first shutout in 41 Stanley Cup games. I The Montreal win gave the Canadiens Hawks in their best-of-seven series with the Cup at stake and meant they could wrap up the prized award Tuesday night at home, where the Black Hawks have not won in the playoffs in 11 years covering 13 games. "They showed a lot of .guts the way they came back against a good ball club," Coach Isaacson said after the game. Gary Woodson went the route for the win, giving up eight .hits while striking out seven, .and walking four. „,;, Smith swung the big bat for Sandburg, having a pair of singles to go with his game-winning double in four trips to the .plate. He drove in three runs. ... Coley and Mark Georges each had a pair of hits for the-winners. Pitcher Woodson helped his own cause with a 2-run .double in the second inning. : On Friday the Chargers traveled for a 3-0 victory over Sauk Valley behind the 5-hit pitching of Dan Van Brooker. Mark Wingo had two hits in four trips and Coley drove in two of the runs. All three Sandburg runs came in the fifth inning. Sandburg ab r h| 4 0 2|Lee Book Whorley Schatt Sauk Valley ab r h Wingo Coley 3 0 1 Spill ers 4 0 0 Smith 3 0 0 V'n Brok'r 3 0 OlWebster Georges 4 11 IShaddick Johnson 2 10 Zimani Tate "2 0 1 Stokes McNaught 2 0 0 Hand Rockhold 10 0 Total 28 3 5| Total 30 0 5 Score by innings: i. Sandburg 000 030 000—3 Sauk Valley 000 000 000—0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 Black Hawk ab r Peters Jasch Bishop Kuhlman Hof'ste'rs Keys Pagett Lanzen Sagel Van D'C'le 2 0 Miles 5 0 h 4 0 0 4 2 5 2 5 1 5 0 4 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 Sandburg ab r h Wingo 5 1 Colby 5 2 SpiUers ,3 0 Rockhold 0 0 Smith i. '4-1 Georges 3 1 Jones 1 '0 : 0 IJohnson 4 1 Tate 2 0 Colbert 1 0 Woodson ,41 McNaught 0 0 Total 40 6 8 Total Score by innings: Black Hawk ....000 Sandburg _ 130 36 7 9 400 002 0—6 Oil 000 1—7 FOR LOW LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE Contact: Tony Lischwe MILLERS MUTUAL INS. 411 BANK Of GALESBURG BLDG. 343-1166 or 3434986 Total 32 4 8 4 Total 34 3 10 3 Score by innings: Chicago 010 000 San Francisco . . 001 120 200—3 OOx—4 E —Fanzone. DP—San Francisco Total 27 0 2 0 Score by innings: Pittsburgh .- 000 000 000 —0;„ ,„„-„,. „ „ „ San Diego . .. 222 002 22x-8 f. LOB-Chicago 6, San Francisco E— Oliver. DP—San Diego 2. LOB 5 • 9n ~„„„x„ c -r>,,j „i „v, in -Pittsburgh 2, San DiegS 9. H^T-^".,^ 2B-Colbert. Gaston. Hilton. HRs H R -£a«ett (1). SB-Hiser, Carde-Grubb (1). Gaston (4). S -E. Her-.' 1 ™ 1 - Matthews, nandez. j ip 6 Bonham 2 Willoughby (W 3-2) 8 Sosa : R. Hernandez Caldwell (W 1-3) Balk—McKee. T—2:12. A—7,760. t er bb »o Gura (L 1-1) 4 4 0 0 2 2 11 1 1 0 0 2 6'McDowell I Save—McDowell (2). 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