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Streaks Win District Game Golesburg Reoister-Mail 6crt#it»i»fl»..l<!. Wednesday, May •1 .6, 1973117 WILLlAMmEU) - (Mm- ram ffiiide ihe most of tlflit bite hits here Tuesday afternoon as they coasted to a 12-0 victory over the AlWood Aces in t district tournament game shortened to Vk Innings by the 10 -ruiirule. Mike Ostrander swung the biggest bat for the Streaks with a grand slam homer and a triple in three trips to the plate, Ricky Wilder contributed a 2 -run shot which started things off for Oatefburg in the first inning. The victory boosted Coach Bob Seal's Streaks' season record to 12-2 and put them into the championship game this afternoon. Galesburg was to send Forry Franckey, 3*1 for the season, against Monmouth's Rkk Conn in the title game. "We had four errors which came from the wet weather and lack of good infield practice," Beat said. "We were hitting the ball real well and only struck out three times. However, you have to remember, each game becomes progressively tougher." Three Galesburg pitchers combined for the,shutout. Dan Jacobs worked the first three innings, Dan Scott the fourth and Bob Barry the fifth and final inning. Jacobs allowed the only two AlWood hits but fanned eight batters in three innings. Scott and Barry each struck out the side in the innings they work­ ed. It was win No. 5 for Jacobs against just one loss, Beat said he made the pitching changes in the last two in-4 nings for two reasons. "I wanted to give Scott and Barry some work but also with a 12 -run lead 1 don't like.to take chances of injuries," Beal said Galesburg exploded for six runs in a first-inning rally that featured a 2 -run homer by Wilder and a triple by Ostrander. It all started when Kevin Jackson singled and came home on Wilder's 4 -bagger. The Silver Streaks got one run in the second when Louie Vitali singled and scored on Tony Nelson's double. Galesburg scored five runs in the .third inning on just two hits but one of them was Ostrander's bases-loaded clout to left field. The other hit in the inning was a single off the bat of Nelson. Scott singled with one out in the bottom of the fourth, but they couldn't get him around. It was the only inning that Galesburg didn't score. AlWood threatened in the top of the first. The lead off man Brian McFarland singled, and with one out Kevin Spivey sing led. However, the next two batters were retired. The Aces had men on base in the third and fourth innings but were unable to come up with base hits. Following their title game against Monmouth this afternoon, the Streaks, are at home for a doubleheader'with the Zippers Friday and host Peoria Central in a single game Saturday. AlWood ab r McFarl'nd 2 0 HoldsWth 2 Spivey 3 Van DeW'e 3 Nesbitt Hamilton Ooff Pearson Thor Nutzler h| 1 .Jackson Wilder Ostrander Vitali Thiel Sundberg Nelson Resclrtito Jacobs Scott Barry OaUtbutf itl h 2 2 3 3 2 3 1 3 3 2 1 0 2212 8 Total 19 0 2 1 Total Score by innings: AlWood 000 00— 0 Galesburg ... 615 Ox—12 Ip h riibbM Jacobs 3 Scott 1 Barry 1 Nesbitt 4 2 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 3 8 12 7 2 3 Ostrander Congratulated Mike Ostrander, right, of Galesburg is con- with AlWood. Ostrander also had a triple for gratulated by his teammates as he crosses the day as the Streaks shut out AlWood 12-0. home plate after smashing a grand slam (Register-Mail photos by Dale Humphrey.) home run in the district tournament game ' h. .. JjjjJlK ft Ostrander Triples Coach Bob Beal of Galesburg stops Mike Ostrander at third base during district tournament play against AlWood at Williamsfield Tuesday afternoon. Ostrander tripled in the first inning and hit a grand slam in the third. Galesburg won the game 12-0 in five innings. Thiel Wins Award Mark Thiel, right, is congratulated by Mike senior athlete by the G Club members. Ostrander, G Club president, for winning the Present at the presentation was John Thiel, Budget Memorial Award. The award is given director of athletics, at Galesburg High annually to the one voted the most valuable School. Commissioner Claims Big 10 Is Set for Red Shirt Rule Home Safely By RICHARD MCFARLAND MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) - Big Ten Commissioner Wayne Duke says there's a good chance the conference's faculty representatives will approve a "red shirt" rule this week allowing athletes to spread their eligibility over five years. About all major conferences in the nation have been allowing red shirting—except for the Big Ten and the Ivy League, which have stuck to four - year eligi bility. The 10 faculty representatives of the Big Ten and the confer ence athletic directors are meeting this week prior to the league's outdoor track meet here Friday and Saturday. Athletic directors met Tuesday, faculty people met today and they meet jointly Friday. If the faculty representatives vote for red shirting by simple majority, it will become effective in the conference im mediately, Duke told newsmen late Tuesday. Had Rule Since 1958 The Big Ten has operated with the four - year eligibility rule since 1958 and during that time there have been numerous proposals advanced by coaches' groups, athletic directors and others for return to the five- year rule, Duke said. "I don't want to be pegged as indicating to you that ] think it will pass," Duke said "There are indications that it might well pass but I don't Unger Blasts Two Homers For Indians Mike Unger of the Indians blasted two homer runs to highlight Little League action at 0. N. Custer Park Tuesday night. Despite Unger's homers, the Indians and Tigers finished in a 12-12 tie. The Braves defeated the Dodgers 8-2 in the other game of the evening. For the Indians Unger went three for five, and Bill Hasselbacher got two hits in four trips to the plate. Bob Anderson went three for four for the Tigers, while Pat Tadie was two for two, Wayne Strahhnan two for four and Victor Corpuz two for five. The Braves only had 17 official times at bat and two base hits but managed to score eight runs for their win. The Dodgers got three hits. Pat Felz was credited with the win for the Braves. Mike Colvin got the loss for the Dodgers although he helped his own cause by going two for three at the plate. The Pirates and Giants are scheduled to meet in tonight's Little League action, and the Athletics take on the White Sox. Dodgers Boylson Barstow GaUoway Colvin Clays Vasquez Salsman Gray Mixon Brown Cox Bravee •b r 2 0 ab x 4 2 3 Piggie 2 McKillip 1 Alexander 0 h| . 0 I Thierry OlFelz 0 — 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Tigers Tadle England Leroy Barton Kostel'cky Anderson Crisman Corpuz P. Reed Trimble Kilpatrick Strahlman Parment'r M. Reed 21 2 3 Sprague Perez Sparling Cervantez Colvin Pacheco M. Con'rs C. Con'rs Webber Jones Total Total 38 21 Johnson OlCun'gham 0 IPowell 1 lUnger OlB. Has'er 31 Anderson 1 iFriend 2 ICecil 1 ISnyder 1!J. Has'er 0 Lawson 2 Overton O'McPher'n -i| 12 14 | Total 17 8 2 Indiana Bb r h Rick Wilder of Galesburg goes into home to,complete a 4-bagger he hit with one man on in first inning of Streaks' district tour- want to jeopardize any vote by having you say that I say it's going to pass, because I can't be certain that it will." m «• i • But the commissioner saidi|Toaf lYlrilinii several factors vhave led the 11 -'* 181 ' ^«M1I1C conference officials to think more in that direction. And Duke said it's not just because of the Big Ten teams have had a tougher time competing against teams in leagues that allow red shirting, including the Rose Bowl game. For one thing, he said, a proposal to adopt a four-year eligibility rule was advanced by the Atlantic Coast Conference at the NCAA convention at Chicago in January and it was "overwhelmingly defeated, which indicated obviously that the rest of the country wasn't going to go for a four - year rule." Limited Football Grants "Probably more importantly the fact that the NCAA convention adopted for all practical purposes national limitation at 105 football grants reduces the possibility of wholesale red shirting or abuses, he said. Duke said the officials have a "crowded agenda," including red shirting, providing aid in the fifth year and a revision of regulations dealing with curriculum content and requirements for athletic eligibility. Officials also are discussing football and basketball television, advantages of Big Ten football teams taking part in the Rose Bowl and problems of trying to start a double round- robin schedule in Big Ten basketball in the 1974-75 season Duke said he personally favors putting more importance on conference championships and less on bowl games, and the Big Ten does this by allowing only its champion to play in a bowl game—the Rose Bowl. Meantime, he said, Big Eight teams played in five bowl games this year. But the Rose Bowl is "the" bowl game, he said, and the Big Ten received far more income by competing in that one game than the Big Eight did by playing in five bowl games. nament game against AlWood. Galesburg's 12-0 victory over the Aces puts the Streaks in the title game today at Williamsfield. Race Results FIRST RACE: (pace) mUe—Beau tiful Star, Mac Wilson, $25.80, $13.60, $8.40.2:05,1. Chief Ric Oshane, John Gerber, $19.60, $11.00. Hey Jude, Leonard Baker, $4.00. SECOND RACE: (pace) mile — Netta Wind, Robert Moffitt, $4.20, $3.60, $2.60. 2:07.1. Spin Reed, Leon Dejuhus, $4.80, $2.60. Eva The Great, Ernie Miller, $4.00. THIRD RACE (trot) mile — Colby Deems, Bernard Shepherd, $5.00, $3.20, $2.40. 2:09.4. Hardy's Jay, Eddie Cutes, $4.20, $3.20. Victorian Star, Mac Wilson, $2.80. FOURTH RACE: (pace) mile — Little Lusty, Jacques Dagenais, $44.80, $15.60, $5.40. 2:09.4. Had A King. William Lonaker, $4.20, $3.20. Arden Sam, Lavern Martin, $5.60. FIFTH RACE: (trot)'mile — Pats Dee, George McCoy, $9.40, $5.00, $3.00. 2:08.0. Laurels Troyaine, Bill Carney, $5.80, $3.20. Sickles First, Ernie Miller, $2.80. SIXTH RACE: (pace) mile — Sioux Time, Les Banks, $11.20, $5.00, $3.20. 2:06.4. Adios Lorene, Larry Kosters, $3.00, $2.60. Goodness Saber, Mac Wilson, $2.20. SEVENTH RACE: (trot) (pace) Deacs Sider, Jerry Pratt, $42.00, $14.80. $7.80. 2:08.4. Betty Reward, Richard Pavel, $9.20, $3.00. Jimmy Acres, Robert Perrin, $4.80. EIGHTH RACE (pace) mUe — North State, Randy Tuftie, $5.20, $3.00, $3.60. 2:07.2. Dusty Ship, Gerald Noonan, $9.80, $5.60. Noble Dandy, A. Jay Ryan, $5.40. NINTH RACE: (pace) mile — Little Falls, Keith Linton, $5.80, $2.20, $2.60. 2:09.4. Kenny Dares, Clarence Jacobs, $2.60, v $2.80. Frosty Anderson, Leonard Kramer, $3.40. TENTH RACE (pace) — Kappyus Joe, Keith Linton. $5.20. $5.40, $5.00. 2:06.2. A G Eddy, Mac Gibson, $3.00, $3.60. Careless Ronnie, Roger Williams', $3.80. Major League Box Scores Chicago Jeter 6 Kelly 6 D. Allen 3 Melton 4 Reich'dt 5 Andre's 5 Herr'nn 3 Alv'ado 1 Leon 3 Muser 1 Brlnk'n 1 Orta 5 Bahnsen 0 Forster 0 Acosta 0 Stone 0 ab i h bl I 1 1 0 Ca'p'rls 7 1 2 l|Rudi 7 110iTenace 5 0 0 Jacks'n 5 Oakland ah r hbl 1 2 1 1 0. 0 0 0 0 0 Johns'n 6 1 Bando 4 Fosse 6 Green 2 Mang'al 1 0 OjKubiak 0 0 OjHosley 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Maxvill 1 North 4 Blue 0 Pina O Kno'les 0 Fingers 0 Total 49 5 14 5 Total 43 6 8 6 Score by innings: Chicago 300 000 011 001—6 Oakland 000 020 021 000—5 E—Herrmann, Camperneris, Alvarado. DP—Chicago 1. LOB—Chicago 7, Oakland 16. 2B—Reichardt, Andrews, Rudi, Kelly. 3B—Orta. HRs—Campaneris (1), Orta (1), Johnson (4). SB — Campaneris 3, Orta, North, D. Allen, Alvarado, Jeter. S—Maxvill, Tenace. ip h Bahnsen 5 2 ,'a 4 Forster 3 5 Acosta (W 1-0) - 2V 3 5 Stone 34 0 Blue 1 S .' 3 5 Pina 2 ,a 0 Knowles ... 1 1 Fingers (L 0-3) 2V 3 2 Save—Stone (1). HBP—by Pina (Herrmann), by Acosta (North). WP —Forster. Reilly Talks At Banquet Al Reilly, head football coach at Knox College, will be the principal speaker at the annual Williamsfield High School sports award banquet Thursday night. Reilly will begin, his third year as head grid coach at Knox next fall. He won 6 and lost 3 his first year and posted a 5-4 record last fall. Tomorrow night's dinner at Williamsfield High School is scheduled for 6:30. READ THE WANT ADS! 32 12 10 Streaks Beat Quincy In Tennis Meet QUINCY — The Galesburg High School tennis team won all the singles matches enroute to 6-2 victory here Tuesday. Dave Parker of Galesburg took two 6-1 decisions over Quincy's Greg Mason; Mark Parker won 6-0, 6-2 against Dave Schaller of Quincy, and the Streaks' Dave Halpern beat out Greg Young 3-6, 6-1, 6-4. Rounding out singles competition were a 6-2, 6-2 win over Mark Anastas by Galesburg's Mark Brown; the Streaks' Tom Sandberg defeated Dave Fauble 6-4, 6-2, and Tim Stellar beat Quincy's Mike Gieising 7-5, 6-3. Quincy won both the doubles matches. Mason and Schaller dropped Galesburg's Mark Parker and Halpern 8-3, and Stellar and Sandberg lost to Gieising and Fauble 8-6. The win over Quincy raises Galesburg's dual meet record to 9-2 for the season. The Silver Streaks seek their tenth win of the season tonight in their final dual meet of the year against Bettendorf at Lakelawn. Galesburg will compete in the Western Big Six Meet at Sock Island Saturday. The Streaks will be out to avenge previous losses to Rock Island in the Rock Island Invitational and state district tournament. r erbbio 2 2 3 4 2 1 O 1 0 0 4 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 4 1 0 1 Philadelphia ab t h bl I Tovar Doyle And'son Mont'ez Luz'ski Hutton Brand'n Lonb'rg Schmidt 3 Boone 4 Bowa 3 Chris'on 0 Lersch 3 Unser 0 0 iBrock 0|Cruz St.Xotiia ab r hbi 5 3 3 2 0' 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Torre 5 0 Sim'ons 3 0 Carbo 3 1 Reitz 5 0 Crosby McC'er 2 |Tyson HWise 0 0 0 0 Total 33 4 6 3| Total 33 813 6 Score by innings: Philadelphia 020 101 000—4 St. Louis 210 000 14x—8 E—Boone 2, Lersch. DP—Philadelphia 2. LOB—Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 10. 2B—Hutton. HR—Schmidt (2). SB —Brock 2. S—Wise. ip h tubbn Christenson O 3 2 2 2 0 Lersch 7 6 2 1 5 4 Brandon (L0-1) ..O 4 4 4 1 0 Lonborg . 1 0 0 0 0 1 Wise (W4-2) 9 6 4 4 2 6 Christenson pitched to 5 batters in 1st; Brandon pitched to 6 batters in 8th. WP—Lersch, Wise 2. T—2:30. A—7,368. New York ab t hbl Marti'ez 4 0 0 0 Garrett 4 111 Jones Staub Krane'l Gosger Dyer Har'son Koos'an Boswell Hen'gan Milner Chicago ab r hbl Monday 4 12 0 Beckert 3 0 10 Wil'ams 4 112 Card'al 4 0 0 0 Santo 4 12 0 Hick'an 4 12 1 Hundl'y 4 0 0 0 0 0 OjKes'ger 2 0 0 0 0 1 olHooton 2 0 0 0 3 2 10 4 0 2 1 4 0 11 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 2 Lot Angelas ab t hbl Lopes Mota Davis Ferg'on Cey Paci'ek Buck'er Russell Osteen Garvey Cra'ford 1 John 0 Lacy 1 Cincinnati ab r hbl 4 0 0 OiRose 3 0 10 4 0 2 OlMorgan 4 10 0 4 10 0 Bench 3 10 0 3 0 0 0 Perez 3 2 2 3 3 0 2 1 Tolan 3 0 0 0 0 10 C'c'p'n 3 0 ti 0 0 3 0 Sch'n'm 2 0 0 0 0 10 Ger'n'o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Menke 3 0 0 0 0 0 OlGullett 10 0 0 0 0 OIBorbon 10 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 0 10 0 OlAker 0 0 0 01 10 0 0 Total 35 3 6 3| Total 31 4 8 3 New York 000 002 001—3 Chicago 200 200 OOx—4 E—Hickman, Harrelson, Williams. DP—New York 1. LOB—New York 6, Chicago 6. 2B—Santo, Monday. HRs—Garrett (2), Williams (4). Ip h r «r bb so Koosman (L5-1) — 7 7 4 3 3 3 Hennigan ... 1 1 0 0 0 0 Hooton (W 5-2) - 8 5 3 3 1 5 Aker 1 1 0 0 0 0 Hooton pitched to two batters in ninth. Save—Aker (7). Midwest League By United Press International Clinton 5 Cedar Rapids 4 Danville 4 Burlington 3 (1st game) Burlington 3 Danville 2 (2nd game) Wis. Rapids 4 Waterloo 1 Quincy 6 Decatur 2 Quad Cities 12 Appleton 2 Total 34 1 9 11 Total 26 4 3 3 Score by innings : Los Angeles 000 001 000—1 Cincinnati 100 102 OOx—4 E—Lopes. DP—Los Angeles 1, Cincinnati 1. LOB—Los Angeles 8, Cincinnati 2. 2B—Buckner. HR—Perez 2 (4, 5). ip h t er bb to Osteen (L3-3) 6 3 4 3 3 5 John .._ 2 2 0 0 1 1 Gullett (W 4-2) .. 6V 3 6 112 4 Borbon - 2% 3 0 0 0 1 Save—Borbon (5). WP—Osteen. T—1:52. A—11,731. K' Club to Hold Annual Banquet The Knox College "K" Club's annual awards banquet will be Monday, May 21, at 7 p.m. in the Lincoln Room of the Knox Student Union. The banquet is open to the public. 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