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Pioneers Finish Summer With Loss to Lincoln Monmouth Loses 1-0 At Andover A sixth inning home run by Bud Nearkorn provided the margin of victory for Rock Falls last night in the State Softball Tournament at Andover. The tournament favorites edged Italian Village of Monmouth 1-0. Both other games last night went extra innings and were decided by one run. Andover defeated Burgy Beer 7-6 in eight innings and Melo Cream of Rock Island edged Haroldson Motors of Moline 3-2 in nine. Friday night's schedule will pit Bishop Hill and Abingdon at 7, Melo Cream and Monmouth at 8:15 and Andover against the loser of the first game at 9:30. No games are slated for tonight. Rock Falls is still undefeated while the Italian Village suffered its first loss of the tourney last night. End Up in Cellar Galesburg's Pioneers bowed out of Central Illinois Collegiate League play for the season with a 6-4 setback at the hands of the Lincoln Collegiates at Thomas H. Blodgett Field, Wednesday night. Dennis Hanssen, who had come on in relief for Mike Reis with Galesburg' Shutouts Rule Wednesday in Midwest Loop By United Press International Wednesday night was shutout night in the Midwest League. Of the six games played in the 10-team Class A loop, four of them were whitewashes. Burlington edged Dubuque 1-0, Quad Cities defeated Fox Cities 2-0, and Quincy squeaked past Cedar Rapids 1-0. Waterloo took both halves of a double header from Wisconsin Rapids, the first game 11-7 and the second 6-0. League leading Clinton slipped past Decatur 5-6. In standings, the most seriously affected was Wisconsin Rapids Which moved back 1V 2 games. leading 4 -3 in the third, was clubbed for three runs, all of them unearned, and he took the loss. Lincoln started off with a bang when Tim Heintzelman, leading home run hitter in the league, connected for his seventh round- tripper of the summer behind lead-off singles by Elston Mitchell and Ricco Zuccaro. However, the Pioneers went on top, 4-3, with a rally in the bottom of the first. Porky Brooks reached first on Mitchell's error. Dennis Doyle and Larry Johnson singled to load the bases and set the stage for a bases- clearing triple to right center by Justin Dedeaux. Dedeaux scored moments later on a sacrifice fly to right by Dewey Kalmer. The collegiates' Zuccaro reached base on Hanssen's error to start off the third. Heintzelman and Del Unser followed with singles to fill the bases. Hanssen then nicked Jimmy Dodd to force in Zuccaro. After Heintzelman was out on an attempted steal of home and Bill Lemery had grounded out Doyle to Dennis Huffman, Hanssen walk- j ed Gerry Chmiewlewski, J i m Pace, and Tom Giles to force in Unser and Dodd. The loss set Galesburg's record at 15-27 for the campaign. Iftey were VA games away from fifth place Lincoln in the final league standings. After a slow start, the Pioneers played above .600 ball for the final quarter of the campaign. The pitchers who finished the contest for their respective teams U.S. Will Meet Mexico Team in Davis Cup Play last night proved to be the most impressive. Steve Silverman toiled the final three innings for Lincoln giving up just one hit to pick up the win. Jim Johnson, the third Pioneer hurler of the game, threw the last 3 1-3 frames and held Lincoln to a single safety. The contest was called on account of darkness after six innings of play. Larry Johnson, Galesburg shortstop, was ejected from the contest in the third inning by plate umpire Bill VanDell for overzealously disputing a called third strike, which ended the inning. Dennis Doyle, who picked up one hit in three trips, ended up the campaign with a .354 batting mark, which unofficially makes him the leading hitter in the league. However, the results of several contests involving teams other than Galesburg have not been filed with the league statistician; therefore, the official word on the loop batting king is pending. Lincoln (6) ab r hi Mitchell Zuccaro Heintz'an Duff Unser Dodd Lemery Chmiel'ki Silverm'n Pace Giles Galesburg (4) ab r h 1 1 0 3 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 1 21 Brooks 4 2 11 Doyle 3 1 2 j L.Johnson 0 0 01 Brown 3 1 II Huffman 1 1 0|Dedeaux 3 0 01 Kalmer 1 0 OIBigley 1 0 OJFeldman 1 0 OjReis 2 0 01 Hanssen I J.Johnson Totals 23 6 61 Totals Score by innings: Lincoln 303 000—6 Galesburg 400 000—4 RBI—Heintzelman 3, Dodd, Pace, Giles, Dedeaux 3. Kalmer. E— Mitchell, Dodd. Giles, L. Johnson, Hanssen. PO-A — Lincoln 18-4, Galesburg 18-7. DP — Dedeaux. Huffman and Kalmer. LOB—Lincoln 5. Galesburg 4. 3B—Dedeaux HR — Heintzelman. SB — Mitchell, Brooks. SF—Kalmer. Youth Will Race at LocalT Sixteen young swimmers, two teams of eight, will compete in a 50-mile race at the Galesburg YMCA, Aug. 30. Starting time for the swim will be 9 a.m. The relay teams will have each man swimming Vi mile (22 lengths of the YMCA pool) at a time. Estimated time for the completion of the race is 26 or 27 hours. This would set the completion of the race around noon, Saturday, Aug. 31. Youths will be fed light food while the race is on. Each youth will swim about 25 times or 6V4 miles during the contest. Teams will be composed of five boys and three girls. Alternate swimmers will be available in case any of the regular swimmers are unable to finish the race. Ted Stewart and John Hilford, members of the YMCA staff, will be supervising the event. They will be aided by Mrs. Lyle Peterson, Mrs. Frank Schiele, Mrs. Robert Cassens, Mrs. Robert Haffner, and Mrs. Paul Jobe. Abingdon Will Begin FB, Aug. 21 ABINGDON—Robert Kniss, football coach here, announced today that football practice will start at 9 a.m., Wednesday, Aug. 21. Special examination blanks for physicals must be picked up and completed before beginning practice. Mouth guards must be worn this year by any competitor in the 7 -12 grade football play. If boys had mouth guards last year and they are still in good condition, they can be used again this year. All participants must take out school insurance before the first day of practice or they will not be allowed to work out. All boys must report for the first day of practice or notify Coach Kniss as early as possible if they are unable to make the first session. Football equipment will be issued Aug. 20. Returning lettermen can pick up their equipment at 9 a.m., seniors will report at 10, juniors at 11, sophomores at 1:30 p.m. and freshmen at 2:30 p.m. Galesburg Regjster»Mail, Gatesburg, III. Thursday, Aug, 15, 1963 13 5-Run Fourth Helps Blatz To Victory Over Packers Boosted by a big five-run fourth inning, the Blatz Warriors went on to record their fourteenth victory of the season with a 10-6 win The Premise Is Winner At Yonkers YONKERS, N. Y. (UP!) - The Premise, 3-year-old chestnut gelding, took charge at the three-quarter pole and pulled away to win the feature $5,000 Brewster Mile at Yonkers Raceway Wednesday night by 2»4 lengths. Timely Counsel finished second and Valley Betty was third in the mile that was clocked in 2:03.4 over a fast track. The Premise returned $5.60, $3.40 and $2.60 to his backers in the crowd of 23,146 that had installed him the 9-5 choice. READ THE WANT ADS! ov'er Peoria Raber Packing at H. T, Custer Park, Wednesday night. Raber took a 3-0 lead into the fourth, but Blatz pounded left­ hander Bobby Schmitt for a king- sized rally. Included in the slugfest that inning was a home run by Emil Hansen, a hot hitter for the Warriors as of late, over the rightfield fence. No one was on base when Hansen hit for the circuit, Mike Owens, who played for Rides Three Winners SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (UPI) — Manuel Ycazo booted home three winners Wednesday at Saratoga Springs, scoring aboard Baraka (6.101 in the fourth race, Theres Gold ($8.30) in the sixth and Hoist Him Aboard (4.10) in the eighth. If Stanford beats California this fall their football rivalry will be tied with 28 victories each. Ten games were ties. Raber Packfng last night, hit a wrong-field homer with one mate aboard in the fifth. That tied the contest momentarily, but Blatz came back with three runs in the bottom of the fifth to put the game on ice. Mike Davis, a performer for the Galesburg American Legion squad most of the summer, bang* ed out a trio of hits to pace the 10-hit Warrior offensive. Hansen had a pair of hits in four trips to the plate, while Jim Lester banged out a double to help the Warrior cause. Chuck Schacht went the distance for Blatz. He gave up nine hits, struck out five, and walked five. Hamilton Dixon Owens Palka Martin Stout demons Powers Schmitt Totals Score by innings: Peoria Raber 120 020 010— 6 Warriors 000 530 02x—10 ab r hi ab r h 4 1 1 Johnson 5 0 0 5 1 2 Prina 3 2 1 5 1 1 Davis 4 2 3 4 0 0 Lester 5 2 1 3 2 1 Shea 4 11 4 1 2 Mendez 4 0 0 4 0 2 Hansen 4 1 2 4 0 0 Dexter 4 1 1 3 0 0 Schacht 4 1 1 36 6 9 Totals 37 10 10 24 4 4 ip Unser _3 Silverman (wf ...3 Reis 2 Hanssen (L) ZZZll 2' 3 J. Johnson 31 j 75 h r er bb so 3 4 3 2 5 10 0 15 3 3 2 0 0 2 3 0 3 0 10 0 14 U—VanDell, Derry. T—1:45. A— Jack Nicklaus, Julius Boros in Insurance Open HARTFORD, Conn. (UPT)— PGA and Masters champion Jack Nicklaus and U.S. Open champ Julius Boros teed off today in a field of more than 130 golfers in quest of $40,000 prize money in the 12th annual Insurance City Open tournament at the Wethersfield Country Club course. The two professional champions joined ex-Marine Tony Lema in a bid for the first place money of $6,400. Nicklaus, Boros and Lema rank in that order behind Arnold Palmer in the list of PGA leading money winners. Palmer passed up the ICO in favor of an exhibition tour. George Blanda Will Play His 14th Pro Campaign By United Press International The Houston Oilers' American Football League rivals are on notice today that quarterback George Blanda is ready for another starring campaign. A veteran of 13 pro seasons, Blanda can afford to take things easy in pre-season exhibition games. But he came off the bench Wednesday night to show the young fellas how an old pro does it with a three-touchdown spree that lifted the Oilers to a 21-20 victory over the Boston Patriots. Blanda relieved quarterback Jackie Lee with the Patriots leading. 20-0, in the third period and threw three touchdown passes and kicked three extra points to acco'unt for all the Oilers' scoring in their second straight exhibition-game triumph. Blanda passed 19 yards to Charlie Hennigan and 12 yards to Billy Cannon for third-period touchdowns and then capped the performance with a seven-yard scoring toss to Hennigan in the fourth period. Tom Neumann passed for the Patriots' first touchdown . fullback Harry Crump plunged two yards for their second and Gino Cappelletti and Bobby Walston kicked field goals to run up the 20-lead. The Oakland Raiders indicate that they may move fullback Charlie Rieves to linebacker. . . Fullback Curtis McClinton of the Kansas City Chiefs pronounced in "great shape" after his conditioning was slowed by an injured knee. . .The Denver Broncos obtained offensive end Tom Rych- lec from the Buffalo Bills in exchange for a future draft choice. Tackle Leo Nomellini and end Monty Stickles will be sidelined with minor injuries when San LOS ANGELES (AP)-With the last hard drills over, the American Zone Davis Cup play between the United States and Mexico settled down today to a war of nerves between the two teams. Singles play starts Friday at 3 p.m. EST. Only event today is the draw which will determine who will play whom. Both Bob Kellelier, non-playing captain of the U.S. netters, and Pancho Contreras, the Latins' playing captain, have declined to name their singles starters—but the hints are broad. Undoubtedly, Chuck McKinley, the Wimbledon singles champion, and Dennis Ralston, a former Wimbledon doubles champion, will be the U.S. choices. And the Mexican starters, by the same hinting, will be Rafael Osuna and Antonio Palafox. Osuna has been a Wimbledon doubles champion twice—in 1960 with his buddy, Ralston, and this year with Palafox. If practice workouts mean anything, there's a chance that Martin Riessen, 21-year-old Northwestern U. star, might team with McKinley in the doubles. On Tuesday coach Pancho Gonzales paired the two in a six-set match and did the same thing Wednesday morning. Riessen is an exceptional doubles player and looked good against Gonzales and Ralston. Major League Box Scores Francisco plays St. Louis in Salt Lake City Friday night.. .Passing star Y.A. Tittle of the New York Giants was sidelined with an upset stomach Wednesday but is expected to resume training today .. .Coach Weeb Ewbank an­ nounced that end Gene Heeter, split end Glen Knight, tackle Sherman Plunkett and guard Dan Ficca will start in the New York Jets' offensive line Friday night against the Buffalo Bills. NIGHT GAME BOSTON ab r .1 bi Schilli'g 4 110 Geiger 4 11 Yastr'ski 3 2 1 Stuart Clinton Malzone Bresso'd Nixon 13 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 WEEK ONLY INSPECTION FROM OUR NEW TUNE-UP Clinici WITH THE LATEST AND NEWEST ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. If you have any question about your car we have the answer. We Completely X-RAY YOUR MOTOR. If your car is hard starting, using a lot of gas, dies at a stop sign, bring it to us. MODERN Alignment & Broke |131 North Cherry Phone 343-14l4| HOURS 9 TO 9, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY NEW YORK ab r h bi Kubek 4 0 10 Richa'n 4 12 0 Tresh 3 10 0 HoWrd 4 110 Pepi'ne 4 0 10 Bright 3 111 Blanc'd 3 0 0 1 bReed 0 0 0 0 Linz 3 0 0 OlMoreh'd cBerra 1 0 1 2IRadatz dBoyer 0 0 0 01 Bouton 2 0 0 01 aMan'le 1 0 0 01 Bridges 0 0 0 0| sLopez 1 0 0 0| Totals 33 4 7 41 Totals 30 5 8 4 a—Called out on strikes for Bouton in 8th; b—ran for Blanch ard in 9th; c—singled for Linz in 9th; d—ran for Berra in 9th; e— flied out for Bridges in 9th. Score by innings: New York 000 000 004—4 Boston --300 000 02x—5 E—None. PO-A—Ne\v York 2413, Boston 27-12. DP—Bressoud, Schilling and Stuart; Bouton, Richardson and Bright. LOB—New York 5, Boston 3. 2B—Geiger, Kubek, Bressoud, Yastrzemski, Richardson. HR—Stuart. Ip h r er bb so Bouton L, 15-6 ..7 6 3 2 2 4 Bridges - -1 2 2 2 0 2 Morehead VV, 7-9 -81:, 6 3 3 16 Radatz - n I 1 12 1 PB—Howard. U—Soar, Stewart, KJnnnmon, Paparella. T—2:24. A —24,964. NIGHT GAME CLEVELAND I CHICAGO ab r h bi! ab r h bi Franc'a 4 0 0 01 U'sh'ger 5 0 1 0 Brown 4 0 0 OI Fox 4 0 0 0 Daval'o 5 0 3 0 Whitf'd 4 0 0 0 Rom'nc 5 0 10 Kirkl'd 5 111 Alvis 5 0 10 Held 4 0 3 0 Dono'n Landis 3 0 0 0 Ward 4 0 0 0 Maxwell 3 0 0 0 McCraw 10 0 0 Nichol'n 4 0 10 Hansen 4 0 10 3 0 0 OjCarreon 4 0 10 aWeis 0 0 0 0 Herbert 2 0 0 0 hRobi'on 10 0O Hansen and McCraw. LOB—Cleveland 9, Chicago 4. HR—Kirkland. SB—Weis. S—Donovan Herbert, Whitfield. ip Donovan W, 8-10-11 Herbert L, 11-7 11 h r er bb so 4 0 0 0 3 9 112 4 HBP—By Donovan, Landis. U— Chylak, Haller. Carrigan, McKinley. T—2:39. A—23,220. NIGHT GAME WASHINGTON | LOS ANGELES ab r h bi 1 Blas'me 4 0 0 0! Pearson Phillips 4 0 1 OlFregosi Hinton 4 0 0 01 Wagner King 4 0 0 OlMoran Lock 3 0 2 0; Torres Zimm'r 3 0 0 OIRodgers Retzer 3 0 101 Hunt otticr 3 0 0 01 Thomas Osteon Ridzik 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 Chance ab r h bi 4 0 0 0 3 12 0 4 0 10 4 0 3 0 4 0 2 1 3 110 3 0 10 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Totals 31 0 5 01 Totals 29 2 10 1 Score by innings: Washington 000 000 000—O Los Angeles 100 100 OOx—2 E—None. PO-A—Washington 2415, Los Angeles 27-14. DP—Moran, Fregosi and Thomas; Blasingame and Phillips; Blasingame, Cottier and Phillips; Cottier and Phillips; Cottier, Blasingame and Phillips. LOB—Washington 4. Los Angeles 6. 2B—Wagner. 3B—Lock. S—Chance. E-7-None. PO-A—Los Angeles 2411, Milwaukee 27-10. DP—McMillan and Oliver. LOB—Los Angeles 5, Milwaukee 9. HR—T. Davis, Aaron. S—McMillan. SF—Drysdale. ip h r er bbio Drysdale L, 15-13 .6% 7 5 5 4 5 Sherry _ iy 3 1 0 0 2 0 Sadowski W, 2-5 .7 5 112 6 Lemaster 2 2 2 2 0 2 WP—Drysdale. PB—Roseboro 2. U — Secory, Jackowski. Pryor, Smith. T—2:32. A—13.429. ip h Otsecn L, 6-9 7 2 1 10 Ridzik _ ij 0 Chance W, 11-13__!) 5 U—Stevens, Smith, Runge Muro. T—1:42. A—4,883 r er bb 10 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 OJ 2 Di- Totals39 1 9 1| Totals 35 0 4 0 a—Ran for Carreon in 11th; b— grounded out for Herbert in 11th. Score by innings: Cleveland 000 000 000 01—1 Chicago 000 000 000 OO—O E — Whitfield, Ward PO-A— Cleveland 33-11, Chicago 33-16. DP —Romano, Alvis and Whitfield; NIGHT GAME LOS ANGELES ( MILWAUKEE ab r h bi; ab r h bi Wills 4 0 0 OlMaye 3 10 0 Gilliam 4 1 3 01 Boiling 5 111 Moon 3 0 0 01 Aaron 3 114 T.Da'is 4 1 2 2|Math'ws 4 0 10 Fairly 4 0 0 0|Cline 0 0 0 0 How'rd 3 0 0 0! Oliver 3 0 1 0 Trac'ki 0 0 0 OlMenke 4 0 10 DWalls 1 0 0 OIMcMil '11 3 12 0 Roseb'o 2 1 0 Ol^rand'U 2 110 :Ferr'a 1 0 0 01 Sadn'aki 2 0 0 0 W.Da'is 4 0 2 OliKlim'k 10 0 0 Drys'le 2 0 0 llLemast'r 10 0 0 Sherry 0 0 0 0! Totals 32 3 7 31 Totals 31 5 8 5 a—Struck for Sadowski in 7th; b—flied out for Tiaeewski in 9th; c—struckout for Roseboro in 9th. Score by innings: Los Angeles ... 000 010 020—3 Milwaukee 000 000 50x—5 NIGHT GAME •AN FRANCISCO I CINCINNATI Bb r h bi ab r h bi Kuenn 4 0 0 11 Rose 6 110 Hiller 5 2 2 0; Harper 5 2 2 0 McCoy 6 2 3 2 Pinson 5 14 3 Mays 3 1 3 3lRobir.s"n 5 0 4 1 Cepeda 5 0 1 OIKeough 4 110 Fisher 0 0 0 01 Edwards 5 111 Dufl'alo 0 0 0 OlC.irde'as 3 0 10 Bailey 4 0 2 OlfSkir.ner 10 0 0 Hart 2 0 0 OINeal 4 0 2 0 iLar'er 1 0 0 OUFreese 0 0 0 0 Oa'port 2 2 2 OlhKasko 0 0 0 0 Bow'an 5 0 101 Tsiouris 2 0 0 0 Linzv 1 0 0 OlCoafes 0 0 0 0 Pierce 1 0 0 OlWorth'n 0 0 0 0 oPagan 1 0 0 OliiCole'an 0 0 0 0 Bolin 0 0 0 01 Henry 0 0 0 0 Hoeft 0 0 0 OiiGreen 10 10 :Haller 0 0 0 OijMalo'ey 0 0 0 0 Larsen 0 0 0 01 .'Alou 10 11! Totals 41 7 15 7! Totals 41 6 17 5 a—Popped out for Hart in 6th; b—grounded out for Pierce in 7th; c—drew a pass for Hoeft in 8th; d—walked for Worthington in 8th; e—singled for Lnrsen in 10th; f— struck out for Cardenas in 10th; g—walked for Neal in 10th; h— ran for Frcese in 10th; i—singled lor Hcnrv in 10th; j— rail for Green in 10th. Score bv innings: San Francisco 000 102 210 1—7 Cincinnati 021 000 300 0—6 E—None. PO-A—San Francisco 30-18, Cincinnati 30-10. DP—Bowman, Hiller and Cepeda; Hiller and Cepcda; Cardenas, Rose and Keough. LOB—San Francisco 11, Cincinnati 11. 2B -Davenport, Harper, Edwards. HR—McCovey, Mays, Pinson. S—Keough, Tsitouris. SF —Kuenn, Mays. first on catcher's interference in 4th. Score by innings: Chicago 003 000 000—3 Philadelphia ..002 040 30x—9 E—Banks, Dalrymple, Santo. POA—Chicago 24-9, Philadelphia 27-11. DP—Wine, Taylor and Torre. LOB —Chicago 7, Philadelphia 8. 2B— Covington 2, Gonzalez Callison, Sievers, Schaffer. 3B—Gonzalez. HR—Boros. Burton, Demeter. S— Toth, Boros. ip Toth L, 3-8 4'' 3 Elston _lHb Koonco 0 Brewer 2 Bennett W, 5-2 ..9 h r or bb so 7 6 6 2 2 10 0 11 1110 0 3 2 2 1 1 9 3 3 2 7 DICK WIGNALL of Galesburg is one of the consistent placers in Micro-Midget events in the area. WP—Elson. U—Stciner, Donatelli, Crawford, Venzon. T—2:45. A NIGHT GAME HOUSTON ab r h bi Spang'r 4 0 0 0 Runn'ls 4 110 Wynp 4 110 Bate'an 4 0 11 Staub 3 0 2 1 Warw'k 3 0 1 Asp'nte 4 0 0 Lillis 3 0 2 sSrnith 1 0 0 fohn'n 3 0 0 Flood Groat White Musial Kolb Boyer Altman ST LOUIS ab r hbi 4 10 0 3 0 2 0 4 12 2 3 110 0 0 0 0 4 0 11 3 0 0 0 Shan'on 0 0 0 0 Javier 4 0 10 McCar'r 2 0 10 Gibson 3 0 0 0 Totals',)3 2 8 2! Totals 30 3 8 3 Score by innings: a—Grounded out for l-illis in 9th. Houston — 000 200 000—2 St. Louis 010 010 lOx—3 E—Boyer, Lillis, Javier. PO-A— Houston 24-14, St. Louis 27-11. DP —Groat, Javier and White; Boyer, Javier and White; Lillis, Runnels and Staub. LOB—Houston 6, St. Louis 7. 2B — Groat, Runnels, Javier, Musial. HR^White. S— Groat, Warwick. OWN AND OPERATE YOUR OWN BUSINESS NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED We will select and train one man only to own his own profitable exclusive lifetime franchise in this area. Our established frun- chised dealers earn up to $20,000.00 and more per year operating a low overhead business where there is no product to sell and no inventory t( buy. Men from all walks of life are successful in this business and age is no barrier. No special education required. If you are sincere about being your own boss, write letter telling about yourself. If you qualify, full details about this offer will be furnished. Total investment $14,750.00 of which $7,750.00 cash is required. We are now selecting men to start their own business in August and September. All replies confidential. Write: DELAMATER MANUFACTURING CO. Franchise Division, Dept. 63-10, Rockford, III. ip xLinzy \ Pierce — --- % yBolin n Hoeft J Larsen W, 4-5 1 Fisher - .,? Duffalo ••;» Tsitouris Coates ,? Worthington -a Henry L. 1-3 h r er bb so 8 ;i :i o 2 3 0 0 0 5 4 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 10 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 12 5 5 0 5 1112 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 112 1 x— Faced three men in 3rd; y— faced four men in 7th HBP—By Linzy, Cardenas; bv Henry. Hiller. WP—Pierce. U— Gorman, Landes. Sudol, Forman. T—3:34. A—14,706. SECONP GAME CHICAGO I PHILADELPHIA ab r h bi ab r h bi Boras 4 1 1 2'Taylor 5 110 Burton 4 1 2 1! Callison 4 2 2 2 Willia's 4 0 0 OlCoving'n 4 2 2 1 Santo 3 0 2 OlAmaro 0 0 0 0 xBurke 3 0 0 Oi^onz'Iez 5 2 3 2 Banks 4 0 1 01 Sievers 4 0 2 1 Schaff'r 4 1 2 0: oRojas 0 10 0 Oram's 4 0 0 0! Torre 1 0 0 0 Toth 0 0 0 0 Dem ter 4 113 Elston 0 0 0 0! Dairy 'le 2 0 0 0 »Hubbs 1 0 1 01 Wine 0 J Koonce 0 0 0 0 Bennett 4 0 10 Brewer 0 0 0 0 •Math's 1 0 0 0 1 Totals 32 3 9 3 Totals 37 9 12 9 a—Singled for Elston in 'tn: b— ran for Sievers in 7th; c—struck out for Brewer in 8th; X— awarded IP Johnson L, 6-16 ..8 Gibson W, 13-7 ..9 h r er bbio 8 3 2 3 7 8 2 1 1 10 PB—Bateman. Harvey, Weyer. U—Barlick, Vargo, T—1:53. A—10,914. Meadow Rice Wins Feature CHICAGO (UPI)-Meadow Rice. A. B. Hanson's steadily improving 3-year-old colt, put on a closing rush Wednesday night to out- finish pacesetting favorite Scotch Medal and take the featured mile pace at Sportsman's Park. Driver Jacques Grenier reined Meadow Hutch in edging Scotch Medal by half a length in 2:05. The win was Meadow Hutch's second straight and seventh of the season. Enler Drag Races INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)-A total of 1,000 cars have been entered for the ninth annual national championship drag races Aug. 29-Sept. 2. READ THE WANT ADS! MICRO-MIDGET AUTO RACES SQUIRES SPEEDWAY SATURDAY, AUG. 17 A v The University of Kentucky holds a series edge on only three of its 1963 football foes —Virginia Tech, Detroit and Miami of Florida. SCHOOL DAYS *4« Official Girls' GYM SUITS value at low cost— our Family Life Insurance Plan. Contact me today! DEAN HILL 174 N. Academy Phone 343-1338 For Galesburg and Abingdon High Schools Boys' Gym Trunks Boys'and Girls' $^39 GYM SHOES Z 4 - Master COMBINATION LOCKS $135 Official School AWARD JACKETS 18" STATE FARM Life Insurance Company Uoae Office i Bloomlnftw, llliwif H 02IO33 GcJte 1A)cJut ^. -ATHlfTtClSPORTING GOODS T 39**0 N. PRAiRie sr. GALZSBURG,IU. lOO FEET OFF V. / tNTRMNCt OFF ^ /WAIN SfRtfeT "ft Jl CHY HAHKiNt) 101

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