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Locals Fall to Northbrook SCOUTS from several major league clubs were on hand for the Illinois State Legion baseball tournament at Canton Thursday afternoon. Shown above (!-r) checking lineups are Jim Beltz (kneeling) of the Cardinals, Bob Zientara of the Indians, Chuck Koney of the Red Sox, Guy Wellman of the Dodgers, Vcrn Hoscheit of the Orioles, and Nick Kanzic of the Angels (kneeling.) CANTON — Galesburg's American Legion squad failed to ring the midnight bell for Northbrook, the state tournament's "Cinderella" team, as it dropped a 4-0 verdict to the suburban Chicago team here yesterday evening. With that opening defeat, the defending state champs were to battle Lake Forrest, losers to Edwardsville yesterday afternoon, at 2:30 this afternoon. If Galesburg should win this afternoon's affair, it would play at 2:30 Saturday afternoon. Jeff Browne, Northbrook pitcher, had things pretty well under control In limiting the Galesburg squad to one hit. He struck out 11 and walked four. Five of his strikeouts came on called third strikes. Frank Dexter, Galesburg cen- terfielder, ruined Browne's bid for a no-hitter by punching a single to right in the second inning. It was in the second that Galesbutg had its only serious scoring opportunity of the game. In that frame, Mike Davis walked with two outs, and Dex< ter followed with a single to right, Dexter moved to second as the rightfielder unsuccessfully tried to throw out Davis going into third. However, Browne whiffed Don Sundqulst to end the inning. The locals placed men en first and second la both the third and the seventh la* nlags, but that was just about the full extent of their offensive. Northbrook tallied four unearned runs in the first inning. Dick Baldwin and Earl Bromstedt reached base on errors to place runi.ers on first and third. Mike Kreusch drove a sacrifice fly to centerfield to bring home Baldwin. Dal Mackie's single to leftfield brought about one of the more unique plays of the summer. Sundquist picked up Mackie's hit and fired it into Tim Thompson Tosses Two-Hitter As Pioneers Rap Lincoln, 4-1 galesburg Register-Mail GALESBURG,- ILL., FRIDAY, AUG. 9, 1963 PAGE 14 Battle for Soangetaha Club Title Action will get under way in the Soangetaha Country Club Tournament this weekend with golfers teeing off at 1 p .m. on both Saturday and Sunday afternoons. This is a 72-hole medal play tournament which will be completed next weekend with 18-hoIe rounds scheduled for each day. The schedule listed below of six threesomes and one foursome will be the same on both Saturday and Sunday of this weekend. Bob Dredge, whose name is synonymous with championship golf in Galesburg, is the defending champion and will head a field of 22 battling for honors in the championship flight. Tee-off time for the championship flight was originally slated for 12 noon but changed to 1. Four other flights - A, B, C and D — are included in the Soan­ getaha Club Medal Play Tournament and are already in progress. The final rounds in all flights will be played Sunday, Aug. 18. All but the championship flight will be 54-hole meets. 1:93—Art Blackrnan, Mike Morarity, Wayne Goodale. 1-.10—Jack GlasmBn, Chuck Gihbs, Les Jaspcrson. 1:17 — Leonard Woods, Bob Sparks, Russ Barstow. 1:24—Bill Weaver, Russ Nelson, Jim Lehman. 1:31— JotS Eyre, Charley Wetherbee, Eddie Pico. 1:3ft—Kip Norris, Ray Mendrek, Bill Dredge. 1:45—Bob Hoopes, Bud Miller, John Boydstun, Bob Dredge, KHS Grid Gear To Be Issued Knoxville Senior High School football candidates are to get their physicals Tuesday morning at 9 in the high school gym. Equipment will be issued on both Tuesdany and Wednesday at the gym. Junior high players will receive tlreir equfpment on Aug. 20. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Covenant Is Winner in Playoff Covenant Church raced to a 7-1 victory over Trinity Lutheran to win the rubber game in the church Kittenball League playoff Thursday night at Lake Storey. Bill Payton was the winner with Covenant going ahead 5-1 with three runs in the fourth. Vic Patanella was the losing pitcher. Covenant was also league champion while Trinity Lutheran took honors in the loop tournament. The league all-star game is scheduled for Monday, Aug. 19. Covenant (7) ab r H.Nelson 3 1 T.Hileen'g 4 M.Nelson 4 B.Hilge'g Hawkm'n Jordan Anderson Rosine Peterson Ml.Nelson Payton Trinity Luthtrui (1) h| 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 Engman Peterson Lundeen Anderson FindahJ VanFleet Hannam Morgan Miller Patanella ab * h 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 Totals 36 7 11 1 Totals 26 1 6 Score by Innings: Covenant 011 301 1—7 Trinity 100 000 0—1 LL Activity Concludes Tonight Two farm league all-star contests wfll wind up Little League activity for the 1963 season tonight at O. N. Custer Park. At 5:30, all-stars from the Cubs, Braves and Giants will battle the stars from the Indians, Red Sox and White Sox. Representatives of the Tigers, Athletics and Yankees will tangle with all-stars from the Dodgers, Pirates and Cardinals. Wednesday night's action saw the American League nine-year- olds drop the National Leaguers, 25-13. Steve Klapp of the American League paced all hitters with a double and three-run triple. Mark Thiel led the losers with two hits. JiSil Q LIQUORAMA 2130 GRAND AVENUE COLDEST FaceBloomington Tonight LINCOLN— Tim Thompson, who has been pretty- stingy with base hits lately, tossed a two-hitter at the Lincoln Collegiates to spark a 4-1 Galesburg victory here Thursday night. The Galesburg lefthander, who fired a one-hitter against Bloomington in his last pitching performance, struck out 10 men in his route-going effort yesterday. The victory for the locals was their eighth in their last 10 outings and their sixth triumph over Lincoln this summer. They will play at Bloomington tonight before returning home for a doubleheader against Springfield Saturday. Galesburg didn't wait long to get into the scoring column last night. With one out, Dennis Doyle singled and moved to sec­ ond when Lincoln hurler Wayne Howard attempted to pick him off of first base and threw wildly. With two outs, Larry Johnson slapped a single to score Doyle. Ricco Zuccaro and Jim Pace walked with two outs in the bottom of the second, and Zuccaro scored moments later on a single by Gerry Chmiewlewski. In the fourth, Porky Brooks, Galesburg centerfielder, was safe on an error by rightfielder Jim Dimitri. Johnson reached base on a fielder's choice, and Tom Simon followed with a single to score Brooks from second base. Dewey Kalmer then singled to bring home Johnson. Galesburg's final tally came in the sixth frame. Johnson walked, and Simon sacrificed him to second. Bob Bigley grounded to shortstop Jimmy Dodd, who threw Johnson out at third. Den nis Huffman, returning to action after being out for two weeks with an injury, singled to send Bigley to third. Kalmer doubled to drive in Bigley with the fourth Pioneer marker of the evening. Galesburg (4) ab r Brulngton 4 0 Doyle 4 1 Brooks 4 1 L.Johnson 2 Simon Bigley Huffman Feldman Kalmer 3 Thompson 3 2 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 hi 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 Dodd Mitchell Dimitri Duff Heintzm'n Giles Zuccaro Pace Chmlele'ki Howard Lincoln (1) ab t h 2 0 0 a 0 o 2 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 28 4 6 1 Totals 21 1 2 Score by innings: Galesburg 100 201 0—4 Lincoln 010 000 0—1 RBI — L. Johnson, Kalmer 2, Chmiewlewski. E—Dimitri, Howard. PO-A—Lincoln 21-8, Galesburg 21-3. LOB—Galesburg 5, Lincoln 4. 2B—Kalmer. SB — Mitchell. SH— Simon. Thompson (W) __7 Howard (L) 7 h t er bbso 2 1 1 4 10 6 4 113 ON TO STATE—Shown above (I-r) are Gales- broad Jump In intermediate competition), Jim burg's representatives in the state Jaycee Sundberg (50 yd. dash and baseball throw in Jamboree at Bloomington-Normal, Aug. 22-24. junior boys competition), Paul Benson (440 yd. The five boys took honors in their respective relay in intermediate), Terry Newbaugh (base- divisions at the sectional meet, Pictured are ball throw In intermediate), and Pete Smith (440 Martin DeWitt (441 yd. relay, 50 yd. dash and yd. relay in Intermediate.) List Rules for Knox County Tournament third trying to nail Bromstedt, who waft going there from first. Th« bail got by Ken ftodgers, Galesburg third baseman, and Chuck Schacht, backing up third picked up the ball. Schacht, attempting to throw the bail to the third baseman, let it slide off his hand, and it Went backward, flying over a fence which separates the playing field from the bleachers. Ground rales at the Canton park say that runners should advance two bases ia such aa Instance, and Bromstead along with Mackie, who had gone into second on Sund- qnlst's throw to third, both were waved home by the umpire. Earl Weinstock doubled, and he rode home on Don Ohlmeyer's two-bagger. Galesburg's pitcher Chuck Schnacht was not as sharp as he has been on occasion, but he was victimized by shabby fielding by his teammates. The lefthander gave up six hits, striking out four and walking one. Van .Smith was expected to draw the pitching assignment for this afternoon's game with Lake Forrest. Galesburg must now win four contests in succession to successfully defend its state crown. Northbrook (4) ibrh Oalasburg (0) ab r h Prlna 2 0 0 Ptckrel 3 0 0 Rodgers 2 0 0 Swanson 2 0 0 Welch 1 0 0 Stewart 2 0 0 Davis 2 0 0 Dexter 3 0 1 Sundquist 2 0 0 Schacht 3 0 0 Totals 22 0 1| Totals 24 4 6 Score by innings: Galesburg _ 000 000 0—0 Northbrook 400 000 x—4 Baldwin Bromstedt Kreusch Mackie Weinstock Ohlmeyer rorgione Najork Browne LEFT-HANDED SLANT—Galesburg's Chuck Schacht, who has baffled enemy batters throughout the campaign, fires a pitch at Northbrook's Don Ohlmeyer in Thursday's contest in the State Legion Tournament at Canton. Schacht, a victim of shaky fielding, did not allow an earned run, but Galesburg dropped a 4-0 decision to Northbrook. (Galesburg Register-Matl photo by Dale Humphrey.) Midlothian White Sox Will Face Warriors, Saturday The Midlothian White Sox, currently leading the Greater Chicago Semi-Pro League, will be in town, Saturday night, for an exhibition tilt with the Blatz War- The following rules have been established for the Knox County Tennis Tournament which will begin immediately after pairings are announced Aug. 13: 1. Tennis shoes must be worn by all participants. 2. Each entry will furnish one new set of balls for each match. Winners will keep the unused set and losers will keep the balls used in the match. 3. Each match will consist of the best two of three sets; however, junior players may agree to play one pro set (the first player to win eight games wins the match). 4. Semi-finals and finals will be held on the Knox College courts, but any other matches may be held on another court if both competitors agree upon the location. 5. Match results must be reported to Gale Ward's by the winner. Dick Engman will record all results. Dick Engman, Art Fish and ALIGNMENT WHEEL *6 50 guaranteed 4000 M,ifs MODERN ALIGNMENT & BRAKE 131 NORTH CHERRY PHONE 343-1414 Hours 9 to 9, Monday through Friday Dick Courtney are acting as cochairmen for the tournament. Lake Bracken Men's League In Wednesday's Men's League action or. the front side at the Knox County Country club, Boros won a forfeit from Sou- chaks, Middlecoffs beat Sneads by one stroke, 143 to 144, Fords had 143 to Jones' 159, Hogans won out over Hagens 141 to 145, and Mangrums won a forfeit from Demarets. Low scores were turned in by Bob Coe Jr., a par-matching 36, and Jack Peters hit for 28 with handicap. Russ Cunningham won the hole-in-one contest on the J75 yard par 3, and Phil Callison was again the bogey winner. Four teams, Hogens, Boros, Jones and Sneads, are in a four way tie for first with 8-5 records, Mangrums has a 7-6, Hagens, Middlecoffs, and Souchaks are 6-7, Fords a 5-8 record, and the Demarets a 5-10 mark. Only 3 more weeks of league play remain. Babe Ruth Tournament Advances First round action in the Babe Ruth League tournament got under way Thursday night with the Police Deapartment scoring a 7-6 victory over Coca Cola in the first game and CB&Q Roadmen edging Calderones 3-1 in the nightcap. Tonight, Hlnchlrff and Pearson will battle the Knights of Columbus in the opener and Gale Ward will tangle with Davis Store in the second game. Monmouth will play Police Department at 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon. The tournament is to wind up Sunday night. Italian Village Plays Hamm's Italian Village of Monmouth will play Hamm's Beer of Rock Island tonight at Monmouth Park. Game time is 8 o'clock. The Italian Village, which boasts a 41-4 record for the season, will compete m the State Softball tournament at Andover this weekend. Winner of this tournament will advance to the World Softball tournament which opens Aug. 24 in Rock Island. Ronnie Sprout is expected to go to the hill for Monmouth against the Rock Island team. For the third consecutive season, Hamm's has been designated the home team in the World tournament, GOOD BUY riors at H. T. Custer Park. Game time is 7:45. The squad of ex-pros and college stars was formerly known as the Harvey White Sox, a team which has split two exhibition contests with the Warriors over the years. The White Sox placed second in the Illinois State tournament for the second year m succession. Ex-pros on the squad in- ~ elude i n f i e 1 d e r s Warren Keach and Jerry Jacobs, both of whom played AA ball in the Baltimore Oriole farm > STATE FARM INSURANCE GOOD GUY ••••••• FOR AUTO, LIFE & FIRE INSURANCE BUD NELSON 7 W. Main 342-4816 Morris Cortez system. Catcher Walt Undeen was in the Milwaukee Brave chain, while Gene Wiglarz, a pitcher, was once in the Cleveland Indian organization. The White Sox, who boast a 3710 season 's mark and a 13-1 league record, have the following collegians on their roster: Jerry Baker, catcher of the University of Illinois; Jim Russell, outfielder from Moursie; Fred Masset of Drake, and Dan Fox, pitcher from Thornton J.C. Fox is the 18-year-old brother of Detroit Tiger hurler Terry Fox. Pitching against Blatz could be any one of four pitchers. Fox (8-2), Dick Kalla (12-0), Gene Wiglarz (10-2), and Al Willison (12-2) are all available for mound duty. Pacing the Midlothian club in hits are infielders Bob Cima and Keach. Leading home run hitters are Morris Cortez and Don Schulte. Cortez has slugged three home runs in the two contests that he has played against Blatz. Rain TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 342 -0819 baseball White Sox vs. Tigers **WGIL RADIO THE SOUND CITIZEN 1400 ON YOUR DIM

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