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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 22

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22 Qelffkiffl RiO^tefrMQil* (jtalcsfeturg, . III, Thursday, Mqy 24, 1973 A wa rds A re Presen ted Ai\ Annual Bowling Banquet Receives Ring •jJLaiTy Ragsdale, leit, is. presented with 300 game ring from *AiBC lor bowing parfeat giatnve (this season ait NOrthgate SMncs. Pinesetrtaitton is made by Arnie Johnson, president JJotf the Galesfouing BtowMng Association. it. O. Ganf ielcL Scrappers To Flay Sunday ; £The women's softball season oflens Sunday with a game scheduled between Mr. Steak Sjrappers and H. 0. Canfield. ^The rival women's teams meet at 7 o'clock Sunday night at the 0. N. Custer ball park. Jlosa Fero is in her first year aj> player-coach for the Scrap- Rgrs. 3Az Shy, a former Scrapper prayer, has taken on coaching duties for H. O. Canfield. j. WANTED GOLFERS ; LAUREL GREENS « Public Golf * Regulation Course w lit.' 150 East of Knoxville, 111. Princeville, Streaks Meet In Regional EAST MOLINE — Princeville shut out Wyoming 10-0 in the regional baseball tournament here Wednesday to move into the title game with Galesburg today. PrinceviUe and the Galesburg Silver Streaks were to meet this afternoon at 4:30 at East Moline for the regional championship. Galesburg, which sports a 17-2 season record, defeated Moline 4-3 in a first round game Monday. In Wednesday's game, Princeville pitcher Robert Butler was the difference as he struck out 10 batters and allowed only two] hits in the shut out. Princeville now has a 13-4 over-all record. Trophies, pri2e money and special awards to bowlers were presented at the annual Galesburg Bowling Association ban' cuet held Wednesday night at the Huddle Inn. Trophies and checks were given out to those placing in the tournament held this year at Northgate Lanes. In addition there were special awards made. In charge of the program were Arnie Johnson, association president, and Ken Alexander, association director and toastmaster for the evening. Awards were also given out by Fritz Monson, association secretary. Among the special awards was one given to Mickey Marty, manager of Northgate Lanes, for "unselfish and dedicated service" in promoting bowling in Galesburg since Tie came here seven years ago. Cass Anderson, who moved from Galesburg because of his job, was also cited for his service to the Galesburg Bowling Association. He was association secretary for several years before leaving but was not present to receive the plaque. Johnson, current president, also received a plaque for his services to the organization and Gr.lesburg bowling. Larry Ragsdale was presented with a 300 ring from American Bowling Congress for his perfect game rolled a few months ago. Ragsdale rolled the last 300 game in Galesburg, and Heinie ill, member of the senior citi­ zen group, who rolled the first perfect game in 1932 at the YMCA, was also present. A musical interlude was provided by the Sweet Adelines, under the direction of Jo Me Donald, and their quartet, Novelettes. 24th Annual Tournament NoMhgaia Lanta Team Tola! Ptlia Admiral No. 2 3180 $230.00 c._—. 190M 170.00 155.00 140.00 120.00 105.00 95.00 90.00 80.00 10.00 60.00 55.00 59.00 50.00 45.00 33.00 Sportsman 3133 Untouchables „ -3124 Benny's Tap 3120 Swanson's Seeds 3103 Galesburg Bowl — 3093 Rowes Doors 3074 Alpha TV & Appliance 3064 Ken Johnson Ins. 3049 Corner Tap 3039 Steak 'n Shake 3017 Intra State Telephone .2991 Miller High Life 2985 Corral .2979 Dom's Sports Center ..2975 Fidelity Federal 2956 Winkler's Standard 2950 Total Prizes $1,743.00 All Evanla Standings Name T £j?f Rick Sartfeant —; 2074. Larry Ragsdale* 2008 Ron Zuck Mike Sargeant _ 1941 Bela Welsner 1£30 Ken Smrz —-"}HZ Duane Sevey 1907 Dwight Garrett 1889 Ken Love - -J§Z5 Sam Chaney -1874 Webb Allen J874 Autry Cauthon — 1B6B Dewey Taylor . 1864 Bill Guentner 1861 Leonard Byerly Sr. ..1863 Dean Hertengtein _ 1861 Willafd MdCurdy 1854 Don Blaine 1853 Dave Hopping 1853 Prlf* 130.00 23.00 15.00 12.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 9.00 8.00 7.50 7.50 7.00 6.00 6.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 1.00 1.00 Total Prizes $175.00 * All Events Actual Winner Total Prlza 80.00 HEY! BOWLERS The Popular Summer Combination Sweepstakes Tournament For MEN & WOMEN STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 1 Bring Your Partner and Join In The Fun! Bowl No-Tap, 3-6-9, Scotch Doubles, Regular Game FIRST SHIFT STARTS 8 P.M. PAY OFF EACH NIGHT Make The Combination Sweepstakes A Regular Friday Night Habit This Summer NORTHGATE LANES OPEN BOWLING DAILY STARTING AT 1:00 P.M. 1576 N. Henderson St. Galesburg, III. East Moline Race Results FIRST RACE: (mile pace) — Noble Fashion (R. Moffitt), S13.40, $6.80, ?3.40. Pop's Byrd (G. Larance), $6.40, $3.60. Miss May Byrd (R. TUftie) $3.60. Time 2:08.0. SECOND RACE (mile pace) —• Little Falls (K. Linton), $7.80, $4.20, $3.00. Chief Munsee (B. Freese), $6.80, $4.20. Thunder Arbets, (L. Koster), $3.00. Time 2:10.0. Daily Double — 3 & 4. Paid $32.80. THIRD RACE: (mile trot) — Idle- whiles Don (L. De Julius), $2.80, $2.40, $2.40. Milady Evelyn (L. Banks), $3.00, $2.80. Nells C L (M. Pravdica), $4.20. Time 2:11.2. FOURTH RACE: (mile pace) — Stratamaid (Keith Linton), $4.60, $2.80, $2.60. Buck Branch Johnny (D. Sheely), $2.80, $2.80. Dusty Ship (G. Noonan) $4.40. Time 2:06.4. FIFITH RACE (mile pace) — Tar Paper (G. Noonan). $5.20, $3.40, $2.80. Fire Adios (B. Shepherd), $3.40, $2.40. Idlewhiles Buck (Ray Ball Jr.), $2.60. Time 2:04.0. SIXTH RACE: (mile pace) — Prince Deems (H. Fabert), $10.40, $3.60. $2.80. Nan's Choice (B. Shepherd), $3.00, $2.40. Mr. Orion (R. Brokaw). $2.80. Time 2:06.4. SEVENTH RACE: (mile trot) Laurels Troyaine (B. Cafney), $5.40, $5.00, $3.20. Sickels First (E. Miller), $6.60, $4.00. Mr. Speck (H. Peder sen, $3.60. Time 2:06.4. EIGHTH RACE: (mile pace) — Tommy Forbes (C. Wilcoxen) $15.40. $5.60, $4.20. Scottish Amber (M. A. Brooks), $4.20. $3.80. Martin Buckley (Mac Wison), $6.80. Time -2:08.0. NINTH RACE: (mile pace) — Pace A Flash (S. Harmon), $4.40, $3.00, $2.80. Empire Warrior (H. Pedersen). $4.00, $3.20. Eddy Henley (Mac Gibson), $2.80. Time 2:09.4. Late Double — 6 & 4. Paid $59.40. TENTH RACE: (mile pace) — Roval Success (J. Wolff) $7.00. $4.60, $2,80. Chauncey Mud Lark - (D. Freese), $5.80. $2.80. Trainor Smithy (L. De Julius), $2.60. Time 2:07.1. Doubltl Name Bob Dorethy & Sam Pica 1391 $110.00 Ron Zuck & Del Zuck ..1322 90.00 Ray Utterback & Frank Gould .1311 Sam Chaney & Luke Johnson _ 1282 Vince Mooney & Ken Johnson 1282 Stan Mason & Randy Mason 1275 Monty & Rick Sargeant 1275 Wendell Crouch & Wally Anderson 1274 Duane Sevey & I-en Byerly Sr. 1273 Virgil Fortner & Len Lasley .. 1271 Autry Cauthon & Bill Beach 1266 Walt Steck & Ken Smrz 1263 James Stewart & Larry Woartz 1262 30.00 Brian Smiley & Tom Wittle U..12M 99.00 John Sloan & Robert McKeighan _.UM 28.00 Paul Jones & Ron DeJaynes 1251 25.00 Don Overton tc Earl Ferry 1249 23.00 Lelf Erlckson & Gary Harvey 1246 26.00 —1246 Arnold Johnson & Del Perkins Paul Taylor & Jim Arnold 1238 Larry Ragsdale & Dean Hertenstein —.1238 Webb Allen & Rex Stegall —.1231 Dave Peak & Paul Yulga 1231 Doyle Thteet & . Alan Johnson _ 12*3 Total Prizes — 1242 18.00' 18.00 18.00 17.50 17.60 17.00 $99100 72.50 72.50 60.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 40.00 30.00 30.00 Slnfllei Nam* Total Ftlt* Bela Weisner 756 $80.00 Ken Love 744 65.00 Rick Sargeant 725 60.00 Larry Ragsdale — 721 45.0ft Mike Sargeant 721 45.0^ Ron Zuck B»4 40.00 Rodger Calhoon 693 40.00 Stanley Mason 681 30.00 Vince Mooney — 678 30.00 Duane Sevey — 675 27.56 Gary Harvey 675 27.5ft Larry Rush — 673 25.00 Mike Pinckney 673 25.00 William L. Davis «72 25.00 John Briggs 664 20.00 Tim Coziahr _ 662 20.00 Bob Baldwin „ 659 20.00 Bill Gtlenther 656 20.00 Kenny Alexander 657 19.00 Clyde Case - 655 19.00 Lloyd Goodman 650 19.00 Roger Smith 646 18,00 Leonard Byerly Sr. 645 16.00 Everett Wenn ^ 643 15.00 Leroy Avers ., 642 14.00 Larry Williams _- 642 14.00. Ken Smrz 641 12.00 Paul Mais 640 10.00 Ray Hendricks 639 10.00 Autry Cauthon 637 10.00 Carl Meehan * 636 9.00 Bob Franklin 634 9.00 Leif Erlckson 631 8.00 Webb Allen -. 630 6.00 Rick Danielson — 629 7.00 Dave Powell 628 7.00 Jack Ball 627 7.00 Paul Yulga 626 6.50 Larry Smith 626 6.50 Paul Haynes 624 6.00 Emery Haynes 624 6.00 Larry Sprinkle — 624 6.00 Bud Shragal 624 6.00 Kenneth King - — 622 5.00 Dave Ryan 622 5.00 Harold Hulse — 620 5.00 Gary Stevens 620 5.00 Dennis Johnson 620 5.00 Bowling Winners Individual winners in the Galesburg Association Bowling Tournament held this year at Northgate Lanes were presented trophies and prize money Wednesday night at the bowling banquet held at the Huddle Inn. Standing, from left, are Bela Weisner, singles champion; Sam Pica and Bob Dorethy, doubles winners, and Rick Sargent, all-events champ. Team Champion Total- Prizes $938.00 READ THE WANT ADS! Admiral No. 2 won team honors in both scratch and handicap categories in the annual Galesburg Bowling Association Tournament. Standing, from left are, A. R. Mc- Ellen, sponsor, Mel Riddell, Don Blaine, Wiarren Schwarz, Paul Mais, Dave Hopping and Ron Swanson, sponsor. BLUE RIBBON OR OLD STYLE 12 CANS $2.19 HAMMS $1.19 WISCONSIN CLUB 12 CANS $1.75 24 Cans Warm BLUE RIBBON $3.89 FALSTAFF $3.89 SCHLITZ $4.49 HAMMS - $4.49 SUNNYBROOK Bourbon or Blend 5th — $3.49 F Southern Comfort S4.89 ANTIQUE 5th — $3.89 OLD CROW Quart — $5.19 CANADIAN MIST 5th $3.89 ROYAL 5th $3.89 SEAGRAM V.O. ..Qts. $7.49 SPRINGS Qts. $4.59 WINDSOR 5th $4.00 BACARDI RUM 5th — $4.19 CHATEAU LOUIS COLD DUCK 5th — $1.99 Open Sun day P.M. to 8 P.M. DREWRYS ; C P A KS $1.00 ANDEKER or MICHELOB 6 PAK $1.69 BUSCH CANS $2.00 24- 12 oz. Returnable Bottles WISCONSIN CLUB ..$2.79 BLATZ $2.99 OLD MILWAUKEE ..$3.49 BLUE RIBBON ..- $3.49 TEN HIGH or IMPERIAL SEAGRAMS 7 CROWN 5th — $4.29 FOUR ROSES 5th — $4.19 STOTCTH King George IV -5th $3.99 Black & White . _ 5th $6.19 J & B 5th $6.69 House of Stuart - Qt. $4.89 "WATK E R~S~DTL"17XE" 5th — $4.89 MOGEN DAVID Quart — $1.19 ~JATQTTETTro7TEY~ Champagne, Sparkling Burgundy, Cold Duck 5th — $1.99 FALSTAFF 6 C P A\?S $1.00 FISHING EQUIPMENT FISHING MOTORS NOW ELECTRA PAL 2 Speed __ . 39.95 $ 24.95 ELECTRA PAL 10 Speed 89.95 $ 69.95 FISHHAWK LOCATOR As Seen On The Virgil Ward Show Ha*. $159.95 NOW $129.95 GARCIA 440 Spinning Reel High Speed Retrieve H.jr. $ 24.95 NOW $ 16.95 ZEBCO 2535 SPIN COMB. ___ $14.95 NOW $ 9.95 DAIWA 9300B ROD & REEL COMB. _ _ _ lt «9. $ 5.95 NOW $ 3.95 NOW IN STOCK SOAP - A - LURE 79c Endon.d fc Ui.d By Virgil Ward on Championship FUhing JIM SMITH BASS TRAP LURES 1001 TRUE TEMPER ROD Reg 535 PFLUEGER SUPREME REEL Reg. Buy 2 Get 1 Free $ 9.95 $16.95 327 TRUE TEMPER REEL Reg. $10.95 NOW $ 7.95 NOW $13.95 NOW $ 6.95 TENNIS & GOLF EQUIPMENT Wilson Jack Kramer Racket -,-$17.95 Wflson 110^^ Chemold Aluminum Racket $12.95 DuofoldT>imJ7!Sh^^ $9795 (BLUE, YELLOW, WHITE) Duofold Tennis Shorts $11.95 Wilson Red W Shirts _$8.95 Wilson Double Knit Shorts $16.95 WILSON MEN'S & LADIES WALKER CUP STARTER SET GOLF CLUBS $' Converse Golf Shoes $15.95 Maxfli Pro Shop Golf Balls -$10.95 DOZ. Ajoy Golf Bags $7.95 AND UP PAK $1 10 CANS w X»i.£t Kentucky Gentleman Qt. — $4.19 GIN — 5th WHF5E TAVERN $2.99 GILBEY'S $3.49 VODKA WHITE TAVERN .5th $2.99 GILBEY'S 5th $3.49 FLEISCHMANN V 2 -gal. $7.59 IMPORT WINES Mateus $2.89 I>auro Fathers Port ...$1.29 Cruz Garcia San Gria .$1.99 CHRISTIAN BROS. Napa Rose, Vin Rose, Chateau LaSalle 5Mi —. $1.79 Annie Green Springs CHEHRY BERRY BERRY FROST IGLOO ICE CHESTS UNBREAKABLE & RUST PROOF 30 Quart _ _ . $ 9.95 48 Quart _ „_ _ $13.95 84 Quart _ _ . $29.95 1 Gal. Jug w/Faucet --$ 4.95 2 Gal. Jug w/Faucet _ _ _ . —$ 6.95 3 Gal. Jug w/Faucet -$ 9.95 THERMOS ICE CHESTS 7750 43 Qt. Green Chest 7751 45 Qt. Red, White, Blue Chest GET FREE 1 Gal. Matching Jug - $10.95 $18.95 7719 37 Qt. Styrene Chest $6.95 CAMPING EQUIPMENT 153 Nylon Mountain Tent $27.95 5'x7'-WEIGHS 3-LBS. thermos Pop Tent $99.95 _ _ SLEEPS 4 _____ Zebco Propane Stoves -___$! 1.95 AND UP Zebco Propane Lantern $12.95 425 Coleman Store -$14.95 2 BURNERS _ 223 Coleman Lantern $15.95 2 MANTLE 72-2P Daco 2* Sleeping Bag .....$7.95 10Daco2* Cub Sleeping Bag. - .$4.95 Many Camping & Back Packing Accessories Ad Good Thru Monday, May 28, 1973 ICE-CHARCOAL LIGHTER FLUID-BREAD MILK-JUICE Hot or Cold Cup$/ Etc. BURKE'S 2/3 N. PKAIKlfc sr. FREE HARKING - Drive In Package Liquor 342-2616 BQVYSSPORT CENTER WINDOW SERVICE 1700 GRAND AVE. OPEN TILL NOON SUNDAY & MONDAY GALESBURG, ILL

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