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Gojesbufg Register-Moil, (fotesbura, 111. Tuesday, May 29, 1-971 Iff Glletburg's Dive Parker was. confident it th* start of things FrWly ittertwon and at it turned wit he Mid i ratttrt to te. Hit young n*tman, it grid- uatirig mtor at OUetburg High School, had his sighti s«t withe Illinois High School tennis tour* narMnt title, arid he, breeied through with hone of his three challengers providing any serious threat to his goal. Parker, one* of the top tt 1* and-under players in the nation, won all three of his matches in straight sets. The Silver Streak, who says he wasn't sure tennis was his sport until the.last few years, started things out in the state tournament by defeating Harrison Bowes of Deerfield <M, «-i in first round play. After that he eliminated Billy James of Sterling H 6-1 in the semifinals and lid Staren of Hinsdale Central H fro, for the title. Parker, wno has not lost even one set in 20 matches this spring, says that when he was younger he wanted to be a basketball player. "I realty didn't devote that much time to' tennis," said Parker, who atarted playing the game at the age of 10. "I played football, basketball and ran in track, f loved to compete but didn't like to practice." But in the last couple years Dave has concentrated on tennis, and if he needed any added incentive he has it in a full tennis scholarship to UCLA. UCLA Is best known for its domination in basketball, but the Bruins are also up there in tennis. "they're the best in the country," Parker said. Dave's father, (Barney Parker, auoerintehdent of schools in Gafledbung, has been a trig factor in 4he young man's success. Alter starting the sport at the age of 10, he studied under such world lamous teachers as Weltoy Van Horn in Puerto Rico and Bob Speed in Minneapolis. "Diave fives me a lot of crediit for his success but it really belongs to him," his father insisted. "I encouraged him of course, because I thought it was a great individual sport, but he's just a real gilted player." No one has dominated the slate tournament in the same way as Dave. In laot he is the fonst doiwnsttaite player to win since 1947. Allowing his victory at Arlington Heights, Dave went to Decatur where he won the Central Illinois men's tournament. He defeated Jim Powlcss, for­ mer Purdue University star, «-2, 6-2. He also teamed up with his brother Mark to win the doubles title in *he Central Illinois men's tournament. Mark Parker and Dave Halpern represented Galesburg in doubles in the state tournament. They won their first match 6 -0, 6-0 over a team from Gage Park but lost in the semifinals 2-6, 6 -1, 04 to a team from Springfield. One Chicago reporter compared him to the famed Marty Riessen. "It's seldom that anyone dominates a singles tournament as Parker did today," a veteran reporter commented. "What could, I do?" asked Staren of Hinsdale Central after the title match. "I tried everything and it didn't work." The most amazing thing about Parker's success is the lack of tennis playing facilities in Galesburg, especially the lack of indoor courts. In this climate, his practice and playing time has been curtailed considerably. Young Parker had a large variety of schools to pick from with hundreds of schools, both large and small, after him. But there wasn't much question in Dave's mind. He wanted the best — and he got it. Cards Beat Braves For 6th in Row Streaks Play in Sectional Downs Kudu Bull James Oarkhuff, native of Morris and former Galesburg resident, displays the 50-inch horns of a kudu bull he shot in Africa. His article on the hunt appeared in the April edition of "Outdoor Life," and he has had three other articles accepted by "The American Rifleman." Carkhuff is now oh a grizzly bear hunt near Ft. Nelson, British Columbia,'Can. Living in Idaho Falls, Ida., he is married to the former Jolene Kalpackes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kalpackes of 1431 S. Seminary St. Register-Mail Wins Opener The Register-Mail Softball team opened its season with a 12-1 victory over Eagles Saturday night at Lake Storey. Dick Obermiller and Willie Mims had three hits apiece to lead the winners' attack. Danny Prina, Ken Johnson and Bob Hoerner all came up with two hits for the Register-Mail. Obermiller, Mims, Prina and Hoerner slugged home runs for the "Paper Tigers." Register-Mall ab i h Swanson 4 10 Pepmeyer 3 11 Ehrenh'rdt 4 ObermiUer 4 Prina Johnson Hoerner Hayes Mims . Ostrander Brunkow Total 39 12 17 Wilson ToUe Smith John Murfln Sprague Cisco Fulton Monoco Wilson Eafles ibi h 3 0 0 0 1 O 2 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 Total 28 1 8 Score by innings: Mail -126 003-12 Register Eagles .000 001-, Tourney Checks To Be Claimed Many checks for those placing in the Galesburg City Bowling Association Tournament have not been picked up, Fritz Mon son, association secretary said today. Monson said that these,checks could be picked up between the hours of 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. at Northgate Lanes Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Streak Golfers Play in State CHAMPIAGN-After firing an 81 on the rugged Orange course in state tournament play at Savoy Friday, Rusty Cunningham fired an 80 in Saturday's round.. Cunningham was representing GHS in the state meet along with John Stansbury, just a sophomore. Stansbury fired an -the first day and 87 the second round. Disputed Hit CINCINNATI (UPI) - Joe Morgan's ninth inning disputed one-out single Monday led the Cincinnati Reds to a 6-5 victory over the Chicago Cubs. "I •> can't believe an umpire could miss a call that badly," Cubs first - baseman Pat Bourque moaned after the game. "The ball was foul all the way." The Reds' victory snapped a four*game Cubs winning streak. Jack Billingham, making his second try for victory No. 8, worked the. first five innings for the Reds and allowed all five Cubs runs on seven hits, including solo home runs by Billy Williams and Bourque. Tom Hall, who pitched the final three innings, picked up the victory for his fifth against two defeats! ST. LOUIS (UPI) - St. Louis relief pitcher Wayne Granger stopped an Atlanta rally in the ninth Monday night to give the Cardinals a 3-2 victory over the Braves, sweeping a four • game holiday weekend series. The Cardinals, who have won six straight and , nine. of: their last 10 but remain in last place in the National League East, got their first run in the second when Ted Simmons singled to left. Simmons advanced to second when Hank Aaron bobbled the ball, went to third on an infield out and scored on a sacrifice fly by Luis Melendez. The Cards added two more in the eighth. Melendez singled off of relief pitcher Danny Frisella and scored on a double by Ken Reitz into the rightfield corner. Mike Tyson sacrificed Reitz to third, where he was driven in by a single by winning pitcher Rick Wise. Wise, held the Braves score less until the ninth. Darrell Evans led off the inning with a walk and Aaron singled. Rich Folkers replaced Wise but walked Mike Lum to load the bases. Granger relieved Fol kers and gave up a two-run single by Dusty Baker, but got the next three batters to preserve the victory. Roric Harrison, starting his first major league game, pitched well for the Braves, allowing three hits and an unearned run in seven innings, walking no one. Galesburg baseball coach Bob Bea'r plans to concentrate on pitching as the Silver Streaks go into sectional play at Canton Wednesday. ' / Galesburg is to meet host Canton at 5 o'clock Wednesday with the winner earning the right to face the winner of today's Pekin-Beardstown contest. The sectional champion goes on to meet the Chicago sectional winner in the state tournament at Peoria June 7-8. For Coach Beal it will be the seventh time in his eight years at Galesburg that his charges have made it to sectional play. The Streaks' only sectional title during that time was in 1966. "I'm not worried about our hitting, and we're good on defense," says Beal. However, the Streak mentor explains that he is really going to work his pitching staff and emphasize that every game counts from now on. The team is in good shape over-all, according to Beal. "The kids are going into the sectional with a good mental attitude. We're fine physically." East Moline Race Results Midwest League By United Press International Danville at Quad Cities, 2, ppd, rain Burlington at Wis. Rapids, 2, ppd, rain Quincy 4 Decatur 1 (1st game) Decatur 4 Quincy 1 (2nd game) Clinton 3 Cedar Rapids 2 (1st game) Cedar Rapids 11 Clinton 4 (2nd game) Players Want Greater Say BY ALEX FRERE PARIS (UPI) - The world's top tennis players met today to discuss plans for a greater say ' in the running of. pro tourna- ; merits in the United States and Europe. The Association of Tennis Players, founded after the U.S. Forest Hills championships last year and now grouping 92 world class players, planned to discuss five current points of controversy in the tennis world at the moment, according to ATP Secretary Jim McManus. McManus, the left-handed pro from Berkeley, Calif., said he believed the players already had increased their influence in the running of the game since last September. "We believe we already have teeth~-and TV sharp," said McManus. The points to be discussed by the players, heme for the $150,000 French Open tennis championships included: —A new format for the Davis Cup. "We want to cut down the number of weeks a player is committed in the Davis Cup without harming the prestige of the competition," said McManus., , : . . • . ,. . • Calendar-Too Crowded' —The general tennis 'calendar which some' players believe has become so crowded as to be unworkable. Indoor Winder tournaments, World Championship Tennis (WCT) tournaments, the Davis Cup and the major national championships such as Wimbledon and Forest Hills now mean a player can be playing or traveling 365 days a year. —A proposed "Tennis League" in the United, States to U A I I 'C 'ELECTRIC • •Mi -Li 9 SERVICE 230 VOLT - 100 AMP SERVICES — INSTALLED BASEMENTS REWIRED — CIRCUITS ADDED Up-Date Your Old Wiring. Get A Hold of the Exp«rtf /••ll LJ _ 11 FREE ESTIMATES WCIII rlQII No Job Toe Small 342-2786 compete with the WCT circuit "I understand there are 16 cities in the States with franchises," said McManus, but apart from that we don't know very much." —The seedings in all tournaments. "Many players like to see a system where the players themselves and not the organizers did the seedings," said McManus. He said he believed the seedings would be much more accurate and reflect the current form of the players. —The British tournaments at Eastbourne and Queens Club which precede Wimbledon. McManus said the ATP was not satisfied with the amount of money being offered and considered that the organizers were capitalizing on players' needs to play on grass to perfect their game for Wimbledon. News Conference Scheduled McManus said the ATP would hold a news conference Wednesday to announce any decisions the players made. The French championships got off to a wet second week Monday when rain washed out all but three hours play. The majority of matches were postponed until today when the program will be highlighted by Chris Evert, last U.S. hope in the women's singles, bidding to win the title in her first attempt. Miss Evert was scheduled to meet Maria Renn of Czechoslovakia for a quarterfinal place. In other third-round action, three more Americans bid to join Stan Smith, Tom Gorman and Paul Gerken in the last 16 of the men's singles. Dick Stockton, Port Washington, N.V., faced Sweden's 16-year- old giant killer Jan Paish, Frank Froehling of Miami, clashed with Wanaro N'Godrel- la, the black Frenchman from New Caledonia, and Harold Solomon of Silver Spring, Md., faced Arthur Ashe of Gum Spring, Va., in an ail-American match. Afternoon Races FIRST RACE: (mile trot)— Idlewhiles Don (De Julius) 2.60 2.80 2.60 Carrie Gray (Baker) 5.80 4.40 Iowa Boy (Shetler) 6.20 Time: 2:10.0 SECOND RACE: (mile pace)— Buy Buzzy (Gerber) 7.60 2.80 3.00 Selka Byrd (Schue) 3.20 2.80 Turpin Time (Williams) 3.60 Time: 2:10.2 Daily Double—2 & 7. Paid $11.40. THIRD RACE: (mile trot)— Sickles First (Miller) 4.00 3.00 2.40 Empires Battle (Banks) 4.00 3.60 Lusty Tide (Linton) , 3.40 Time: 2:09.1 FOURTH RACE: (mile pace) — Noble Fashion (Moffit) 3.40 2.40 2.40 Spinn Reed (De Julius) 2.40 2.40 Westerns Peter TDorn) 3.60 Time: 2:05.4 FIFTH RACE: (mile trot)— Hardys Jay (Moffit) 8.40 3.40 2.40 Brook Lad (Freese) 3.60 2.60 Sammy Tide (Fagan) 3.60 Time: 2:11.1 SIXTH RACE: (mile pace)— Kim Tarn Time (B'den) 5.00 2.60 2.60 Stratemaid (Linton) 2.40 2.40 Beautiful Star (WUson 3.60 Time: 2:08.0 SEVENTH RACE (mile pace)— Carol Cress (Banks) 4.40 3.00 3.20 Battle Boy (Tuftie) 2.80 3.20 Golden Daze (Harmon) 5.40 EIGHTH RACE: (mile pace)— Donnie Scott (Guer'az) 3.00 2.60 2.20 Lo Go Adio (Towne) 2.60 2.20 Evening Pleasure (McCaslin) 2.20 Time: 2:05.4 NINTH RACE: (mile pace)— Chief Munsee (Freese) 5.60 2.60 2.80 Mr. Caballo (Fetzer) 3.60 3.40 Mighty Lu Dawn (Aptilon) 3.40 Time: 2:14.3 TENTH RACE: (mile pace)— Gano Time (Tho'pson) 13.80 7.40 3.00 Adios Cuddles (Shetler) 4.20 2.40 Piping Princess (Towne) 2.40 Time: 2:12.3 Daily Double—8 & 2. Paid 35.40. ELEVENTH RACE (mile pace)— Debbie Rhythm (Towne) 4.80 3.40 2.60 Miss Darylene Rose (Ray) 11.60 3.60 Kermies Hal (Ryan) 5.00 Time: 2:12.1 Evening Races FIRST RACE: (mile)— Flaxey's Boy (Bob Perrin) 39.00 17.20 6.80 Judy's Billy D. (D. Van De Rostyne) 3.00 2.80 Zip Chief (D. Freese) 6.20 Time: 2:12.4 SECOND RACE (mile pace)— Marshall Bomber (M. Duncan) 8.40 4.80 4.00 Dory's Baby (W. Long) ' 10.40 5.40 Sharp Voice (R. Asaph) 7.20 Time: 2:11.2 Daily Double—5 & 7. Paid $190.60. THIRD RACE: (mile pace)— Vils Pride (W. Carney) 8.40 3.40 2.80 Garter Snapper (R. Coker) 5.40 3.20 Adios Spike |L. Kosters) 7.20 Time: 2:13.3 FOURTH RACE (mile pace)— Sea Bow (W. Carney) 9.80 4.20 3.20 Trudy Burns (T. Towne) 3.20 2.60 Stormy Tide (G. Nichols) 3.00 Time: 2:10.1 FIFTH RACE: (mile pace)— Teef (K. Linton) 3.40 3.00 3.20 Camulet Rush (A. Wilson) 3.80 3.40 Dusty Ship (G. Noonan) 3.80 Time: 2:10.4 SIXTH RACE: (mile pace)— Adios Machacho (H. Fabert) 3.20 2.60 2.40 Kitten Abbe (G. Noonan) 3.60 2.40 Revenue Chief (K. Linton 2.60 Time: 2:07.1 SEVENTH RACE: (mile pace)— Megs Rhythm (H. Fabert) 3.20 3.00 2.80 Mitsy Glen (R. Thompson Sr.) 4.80 3.40 Velvets Mary (M. Wilson) 3.40 Time: 2:07.3 EIGHTH RACE: (mile pace)— Lucky Hayes (G. Noonan) 8:40 4.80 3.00 Susie Time (D. Van De Rostyne) 4.60 2.60 One Time (K. Linton) 2.40 Time: 2:12.0 NINTH RACE: (mile pace)— Dandy Dream • (T. Towne) 4.60 3:00 2.60 Willowbrook Marv (Rae Thompson Sr.)" 7.60 4.00 Time: 2:11.3 Late Double—1 Sc 3. Paid $29.20. TENTH RACE: (mUe pace)— My .Inspiration (C. Lorance) 14.60 5.80 5.40 Nan's Choice (B. Shepherd) 3.80 2.80 Mr. Orion (R. Brokau) 5.80 Time: 2:10.1 Monday Might Race* FIRST RACE: (mile pace)— Lila's Bov (R. Fet'er) 32.00 14.80 8.80 Dixie Red (C. Noel) 33.40 11.40 Rip Victory (M. McDaniel) 6.40 Time: 2:09.1 SECOND RACE: (mile pace)— Frosty Anderson (G. Noonan) 17.60 8.80 4.40 Battle Line (R. Weinberg) 6.00 3.00 You Name Her .CD- Sheely) 4.20 Time: 2:10.1 Daily Double—4 & 4. Paid $155.40. THIRD RACE: (mile pace)— Chancey Mud Lark (D. Freese) 13.00 4.60 3.00 Royal Success (J. Wolff) 3.00 2.60 Idlewhiles Brent (Ray Ball Jr.) 2.80 Time: 2:07.0 (mile trot)— Danny Jacobs, junior right­ hander, will be starting pitcher for the Streaks. Jacobs has won six and \ost only one game this season. Beal is going with his regular lineup at the remaining eight positions. Mark Thiel is catcher, Jerry Blixt first base, Mike Ostrander second, Sam Rescinito shortstop, Kevin Jackson third, Tony Nelson left field, Rick Wilder, center field and Louie Vitali right field. ' Vitali is Gajesburg's leading slugger. Vitali owns a .450 batting average and has smashed eight home runs. Nelson is batting .408, Ostrander .385, and Thiel .300. The Streaks boast an 18-2 season record. In two p££i6us games with Canton, Galesburg came out on top both times 13-2 and 8-5. Canton posts a 26 -11 over-all record. Probable starting pitcher for the Little Giants is Rick • • • ,.It i." Has Hole-in-One Jim Hampton shot a hole-in- one at Lake Bracken Country Club golf course Saturday. Hampton aced the 185-yardihole No. 16 with a four wood. ... Playing with Hampton: Were Don Kinyon, Eldon Silveyiand Spike Kinyon. 1 Major League Box Scores Clavaland Chicago (Suspended Game) ab r h bi | ab r h bi Bell 9 0 2 OjKelly -8130 1 OlSharp 2 0 1 OlMay 1 0 0 OlJeter 4 1 0 0 ID Allen 8 1 Lo'nst'n 3 Torres 5 Cha'bl's 8 Spikes 8 Duncan 8 Gamble 5 Wil'iams 4 Hend'k 9 Ragland 8 Duffy 7 Perry Johns'n Wilcox Hilg'd'f Farmer IS COMING SOON! Like a ^ood neighbor, State Farm is there. with help for your Cdf home, life diid health uibiiidnce See me. FOURTH RACE Laurels Trayaine (B. Carney) .3.20 2.60 3.00 Colby Deems (B. Shepherd) 2.80 2.60 My Barnes Chief (G. Noonan) 3.80 Time: 2:08.2 FIFTH RACE: (mile pace)— Idlewhiles Mike (R. Ball Jr.) 13.00 5.00 4.20 Dee Scott (S. Banks) 6.40 2.60 Abble Julie Mite (D. Freese) 4.00 Time: 2:06.1 SIXTH RACE: (mile pace)— Timely Lassie (K. Linton) 7.60 3.40 2.40 Eddie Pluto (S. Harmon) 3;00 2.40 Pompidou (B. Carney) 2.80 • • Time: 2:07.0 SEVENTH RACE: (mile pace)— Choice Grattan (D. Freese) 18.60 10.00 5.20 Sardar (R. Einhaus) 14.00 7.20 Shellio (S. Banks) 4.00 Time: 2:08.2 EIGHTH RACE (mile pace)— Painted Byrd (D. Freese) 21.40 6.60 3.40 Moon Walk (S. Banks) 3.80 2.60 (Dead Heat for third: Dangerous Tom (L. O. Riley) 2.60 Brooks Bat (M. Pravidica) 2.40 Time: 2:11.0 NINTH RACE: (mile pace)— Idlewhiles Joe (R. Ball Jr.) 19.20 4.40 3.40 Darla Time (H. Fabert) 3.20 2.60 Ginnys B Abbe (S. Banks) 4.20 Time: 2:07.4 Late Double—5 & 5. Paid $97.40. TENTH RACE: (mile pace)— Flyers Haven (R. Tuftie) 22.80 6.80 4.60 Puzzetti Byrd (R. Fetzer)- 3.60 3.20 Little Falls (K. Linton) 3.00 Time: 2:09.13 Melton 7 Reich'dt 9 Andre's 8 ]Herr'nn 3 Alv'rdo 2 Muser 4 Orta 3 0 OlStone 0 0 OlBrink'n 4 0 olLeon 8 0 OlBahns'n 0 0 Forster 0 O 3 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 IWood 0 0 0 Chicago Hiser Beckert 5 Wil'iams 4 Santo 3 Card'al 3 Bourque 3 Hundley 3 Kes'nger 3 Giira 0 Hick'an 1 Locker 0 Hooton 2 Popo'ch 2 ab r h bl 4 0 0 0 Cinclnnail ab r hbl C'c'p'n 5 0 0 0 Morgan 4 ,1 2 Rose 4 0 1 Bench 2.1. 0 Perez 3 12 Tolan 3 Oil Menke 3 10 Ger'n'o 4 0 1 2 Bil'h'm 10 0 Lockle'r I"l'l Nelson 0 0,,0 IHall 1 OlChaney 0 U0 Total 74 3 14 31 Total 71 617 6 Two outs when winning run scor ed. Score by innings: Cleveland 000 000 no 000 000 000 001—3 Chicago 000 010 010 000 000 000 004—6 E—Bell. Leon. DP—Cleveland 1 Chicago 2. LOB—Cleveland 13, Chicago 16. 2B—Kelly, Lowenstein. Duffy, Gamble, Muser. 3B—Bell. HRs— Melton (9), D. Allen (10). S—Melton, Leon, D. Allen, Jeter, Brinkman. Ip h r ar bb so Perry 13 10 2 2 5 8 Johnson 3 2 0 0 1 4 Wilcox (L3-1) 41 /3 3 2 2 2 1 Hilgendorf 0 1110 0 Farmer >,& 1 1 1 0 0 Bahnsen 13 9 2 2 3 4 Forster 3 3 0 0 1 2 Wood (W12-3) - 5 2 10 15 Atlanta Garr Goggin Evans Aaron Lum Baker dates Perez Har'son Miller Frisella House Jacks'n ab r h bi I 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Brock Size're 4 McC'er 3 Sim'ons 3 Cruz 3 Mel'dez 2 Reitz 3 Tyson 2 Wise 3 St. Louis ab t h bi 0|Folkers 0 Gran'er 0 Total 33 5 9 si Total 31 6 9 5 One out when winning run scored. Score by innings: " ' Chicago 003 110 000—5 Cincinnati .100 310 '001—6 E—Williams. Beckert. DP-^Cin- cinnatl 1. LOB—Chicago 6, Cincinnati 7. 2B—Williams, Hundley, Bourque, Geronlmo 2, Perez, Morgan. HRs— Bourque (I). Williams (6). S—Hiser, Tolan. SF—Bench. Hooton Gura . Locker (L4-2) Billingham ... Nelson Hall (W5-2) lp 5 2 W: 5 1 3 h r 'ar bb so 5 5 ,4 4 3 1 0 0 0 3 3 1 1 ,1 2 7 5 5 1 3 0 0 "O 2 0 2' 0 0 1 1 Hooton pitched to one batter in sixth. WP—Billingham. ' ,;; Cleveland (Regular Cam*) Chicago Bell Ragland 4 Cha'bl's 4 Spikes 3 Duncan 4 Wil'iams 4 Hend'k 3 Torres 3 Duffy 2 Tidrow O Hilg'd'f 0 ab r h bl 4 0 0 0 ab r hbl Kelly 4fl;l 1 Sharp 3 0 2 D Allen 3 '10 Melton 4 11 Reich'dt 4 0 2 May 3 1 ,;1 Andre's 4 0 0 Herr'nn 3 10 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 OlLeon 0 0 IWood 0 0 Total 27 3 6 3 Total 32 2 6 21 Score by innings: Atlanta 000 000 St. Louis ...010 000 E—Aaron. LOB—Atlanta Louis 2. 2B—Reitz. SB—McCarver ron, Oates. SF—Melendez. lp h r arbbso Harrison (LO-2) — 7 3 1 0 0 2 002—2 020—3 7, St. S—Ty- Frisella - 3 2 House Wise (W6-2) - 8 Folkers 0 Granger 1 V3 0 0 5 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 Total 31 0 4 01 Total 31—4—9 4 Score by innings: Cleveland 000 000 000—O Chicago - 200 002 Ox— 4 E—Melton, Spikes. DP—Cleveland 1, Chicago 1. LOB—Cleveland 8, Chicago 7. , 2B—Melton, Ragland. 3B—Sharp. 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