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Pairings Announced for All-City Golf Tournament Pairings have been announced for the Fifth Annual All-City Golf Tournament which gets under way Saturday morning at Bunker Links. Nearly 70 golfers will begin championship play in Saturday's opening round with action scheduled to start at 10 a.m. With a majority of the golfers requesting early times, it was decided to start at 10 a.m., although on all other days play will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday 's session at the city course will count in tournament scoring as well as serve as a qualifying round. Earlier plans have been revised and it 's been decided that the 33 low scores will qualify. In case of ties for the 33rd spot a playoff will be held following the first round. For this reason all golfers are advised to stick around until they are certain of their status. The three pro's of the local courses have ruled that the ball will be played down throughout the tournament. Each pro will have the final decision on any rulings that have to be made at his particular course. This is a 72-hole medal play tournanjent which will move to the Knox County Country Club for second round play on Sunday. On Saturday, September 14, action will take place at the Soangetaha Country Club with the final round scheduled for Sunday, September 15, at the city course. The tournament is co-sponsored by the Galesburg Register-Mail and Radio Station WGIL and is being continued in memory of William C. Pritchard, one of the founders of the All-City meet. A limited number of late entries will be accepted until tee-off time on Saturday. Foursomes and scheduled starting times are listed below. All golfers will pay their $5.00 entry fee to the starter at Bunker Links on Saturday. W3-TMC-5* REBEL With SUAVE 10:00—BUI Fox, Sob Co* Sr., Jo« Barton and Jack GUsman. _ 10:08—Bud Stepper, Dave Reudlf, Phil Hund and Omer Osborne. 10Harrison Cottmnn, Gary Trotter, Donald E. Ridings and Darrell Foster. 10:24-Bob Weaver. Morris Patty, Kenny Phlamm and Jerry Swanson. 10:3a— Stan Johnson, Art Stevens, Bernard J. McKay and Dick Gearhart. 10:40—Pete Boynton, Dave Lund* strom, Bob Marshall Jr. and Wll* liam D. Swanson. 10:48—George Rosine, Bud DeWitt, Larry Owens and Mike Moriarty. 10 :56— Merrell L. Bohannan, P. R. Olson, Fredrick Cook and Shave Erickson. 11 KM—Bill Weaver, Richard H. Swanson, Jeff Eyre and Lett Erickson. ll:14-Hub Mallln, Ray Mendrek, Bob Buncher and Jess Pico. 11:20—Rich Houlihan. Jack Alderson, Kip Norrls and Jim Swanson. 11:28—Paul BUxt, Jim Lehman, Harry Crouse and Dick Watson. 11:36 —William Cannon, Bill Frome, Dean Sopher and Bud Hilgenberg. 11:44—Don Deets, Jack West, BUI Dredge and Dan Howard. 11:52 — Gene Bulkeley, John Boydston, William F. Franckey and Bob Hoopes. 12:00—Bud Miller, Bob McFarland, Jim Owens and Bob Dredge. 12:08—Russ Nelson, Ernie Baker, Del French, open. Milt Bruhn Unhappy About Wisconsin Passing Attack _ Stinqrav SLACKS BY Impressive Cantilever Pockets in front below waistband, secured by tandem button tabs on the side. Beltless. Plain front. Tapered legs. Wash and wear fabrics in a permanent, pre* tailored fit. Get the col» ors you want, now. ONLY *5 98 A PAIR DOWNTOWN GALESBURG CHICAGO (AP)-Midwest Football Briefs: Illinois — Junior halfback Hal Wineland, who went from the third string to fifth, dropped from the squad. Sophomore fullback Tony Parola of Hillsboro. 111., was hospitalized with illness. Ohio State — Arnold Chonko, left-handed passer, has moved into the Buckeyes' quarterback picture. The lQ5-pound junior played 235 minutes on defense last season. Minnesota — Sophomore Don Rosen has moved from fourth team right tackle to second team left tackle. Another rookie, Brian Callahan, was upped to guard on the third string. Purdue—Two new faces at halfback on the No. 1 unit are junior Jim Morel and sophomore John Kuzniewski. Indiana—After the second day of aerial drills, coach Phil Dickens said: "Our pass receiving is better and if looks like we can throw the ball a little better." Northwestern—Senior Rich Olson, leading middle linebacker candidate, broke his,right thumb in a scrimmage and will be lost six to eight weeks. -Michigan — Sophomore Dick Wells has been switched from left to right half to fill in for Rick Sygar, who broke his leg in practice Tuesday. Rookie Bob Quist, Bill Dodd and Harvey Chapman also are working out at the spot. Michigan State—The Spartans had their first contact work and will continue twice-a-day drills. The first scrimmage still has not been scheduled. Iowa — Lonnie Rogers, Mickey Moses and Wally Hilgenberg stood out in a long punting drill. Wisconsin—Three quarterbacks —junior southpaw Harold Brandt and sophomores Don Fenske and Dave Fronek—were used as passers. Coach Milt Bruhn wasn't satisfied with any of them. "We still have a long way to go before O we get a good passing attack," he said. Notre Dame — Sophomore fullback Pete Duranko is running in the No. 1 backfield which also includes quarterback Denis Szot, and halfbacks Jack Snow and Joe Farrell. Knox Starts Practice for 1963 Season Eight returning regulars were on hand, Wednesday afternoon, as Knox College began practice sessions in preparation for the opening game of the 1963 campaign. The Siwashers open their season on Sept. 21 at Beloit. Front-line performers back this fall include seniors Dave Eiss, Gary Nies, and Dan Rusk, along with juniors Duke Botthuf, Stan Flood, Ken Grimm, Don Harrington and Joe MasteYson. In addition to last year's regulars, senior Frank Coltrcll along with juniors Rich Sodetz and Hadley Pullen are on the list of returning lettcrwinners. Terry Klopcic, another monogram winner, will be reporting in a few days. The veterans are joined by a fair-sized group of newcomers to form a 27-man squad at this time. There is a possibility that late arrivals may bolster the roster. The Siwashers are currently practicing twice daily. Golesburq Register-Mail Gofesbura, HI. Thursday, Sept. 5, 1963 J7_ 1963 Corpus Christi Squad Short on Veteran Players By MIKE LAWRENCE "You've got to have seniors to win, and if you've got 'em one year, that means the next year you're in bad shape." • Corpus Christi football coach, Jim Phalen, the author of the above statement, was bemoaning the loss of 11 seniors from last year's team, which posted a 5-3 mark for the campaign. Phalen isn't doing any pre-sca- son celebrating with only four returning lcttcrmen — two of whom were regulars ~ on the 1963 Friar roster. However, he isn't singing the blues either. "I think we're going to surprise a lot of people this year," the Friar mentor commented. One of the returning regulars is senior Pat Prina, one of the finest all-around athletes in the city. Prina, the starting quarterback last year, will lend exper- Major League Box Scores WASHINGTON tbthbl Bla'me 3 0 0 0 Phillips 4 0 0 0 Hlnton 4 0 2 0 King 3 0 0 0 Lock 4 111 Zimm'r 4 0 10 Retzer 3 0 0 0 cMin'so 10 0 0 Neem'n 0 0 0 0 Brin'an 3 2 2 1 Osteen 3 112 Totals32 4 7 4 NEW YOBK ' ab r h bl 3 110 4 1 4 0 3 0 0 1 4 1 2 1 3 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Kubek Rich'son Lopez Howard dReed Maris Pepit'ne Linz Boycr Bouton aMantlo bTresh Hamil'n 2 1 1 1 O 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 O 0 0 Fight Results By The Associated Press TOKYO—Kang Bo Yung, 133%, South 'Korea, stopped Tsunetomi Kiyamoto, 133%, Japan, 9. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Joey Limas, 144, Albuquerque, out­ pointed Johnny Brooks, 142, Wichita, Kan., 10. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! . . ., Totals 20 5 8 5 a—Singled for Boutor. in 8th; b— ran for Mantle in 8th; c—struck out for Retzer in 9th; d—ran for Howard in 9th. Score by innings: Washington 002 010 10O—4 New York _ ...200 010 002—5 E—Boyer, Bouton. PO-A—Washington 24-17. New York 27-16; none out when winning runs scored. DP —Zimmer, Blasingame and Phillips; Zimmer and Phillips; Blasingame and PhUlips. Pepitone, Kubek and Pepitone. LOB — Washington 3, New York 3. 2B—Hinton. SB- Richardson. HR—Osteen, Brinkman, Lock, Maris. SB—Zimmer, Richardson. S—King. NIGHT GAME NEW YORK ST. LOUIS ab r hbl ab r hbl Kran'ol 5 1 4 1 Javier 4 1 1 1 Hunt 4 0 0 1 Groat 4 1 2 0 Snider 4 1 1 0 Musial 2 1 1 3 Hark'ss 3 1 1 2 ciKolb 0 1 0 0 Hick'an 4 1 2 0 Boyer 4 0 1 1 Carmel 3 0 0 0 White 4 1 2 1 eSmith O 0 0 0 Flood 4 0 2 0 Cnnni'o O O 0 0 McCar'r 4 0 1 0 Cole'an 2, 0 0 0 Altmnn 3 1 0 0 bChri'r 1 0 0 0 Broglio Mack'zie 2 0 1 0 Sherry fKan'hl 0 0 0 0 Broglio Mack'zie O 0 0 0 Sherry fKan'hl 1 0 0 0 Jones 0 0 0 0 Moran 4 1 2 1 Shantz 0 0 0 0 Willcy 1 0 0 0 Burd'tte 1 0 0 0 aHicks 1 0 0 0 Cisco 0 0 0 0 cGreen 0 0 0 0 Bear'th O 0 0 0 gSchr*r 1 0 0 0 . Ip. h r et bta to xOsteen L, 8-4 —8 8 5 5 3 1 Bouton 8 6 4 4 1 0 Hamilton W, 5-2..1 1.0 0 0 1 x—Faced two batters in 9th. U—Haller, Carrigan, McKinley, Chylak. T— 2:04. A—6,667. KANSAS CITY ab r h bl 2 0 10 2 5 4 4 4 3 3 4 2 0 1 Tarta'll aD'IG'o Clmoli Lumpe Siebern Charles Lau Harre'n LaRu'a Segui Bows'd Fischer CHICAGO ab r h bl Landis 5 10 0 Cun'ham 3 0 0 0 Roblns'n 3 0 0 0 Ward 4 12 2 Maxwell 3 0 0 0 cH'h'ger Hansen Weis Martin Horlen Baum'n bMcC'w Brosnan dFox Howard 0 0 O 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 3 111 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 7 13 _. a—Ran for Tartabull in 4th; Totals 31 3 5 3 b— walked for Baumann in 7th; c— hit by pitch for Maxwell in 7th; d—hit into double play for Brosnan in 8th. Score by innings: Kansas City 000 213 010—7 Chicago 001 100 100—3 E—Cunningham. PO-A — Kansas City 27-10, Chicago 27-17. DP— Weis, Hansen and Cunningham; Ward and Cunningham; Cunningham, Hansen and Cunningham; Weis and Cunningham; Lumpe, LaRussa ad Siebern. LOB—Kansas City 7, Chicago 9. 2B—Charles 2, Cimoli. HR—Martin, Ward. SB— Weis. S—Segui. SF—Del Greco. ip h r,er bb to Segui W, 8-5 6% 3 3 3 7 6 Bowsfield .0 1 0 0 0 0 Fischer - 2'/ 3 1 0 0 0 0 Horlen L, 7-6 5% 9 6 5 4 1 Baumann lib 1 0 0 0 0 Brosnan 1 3 110 0 Howard 1 1 0 0 1 1 HBP—By Fischer, Hershberger. PB—Martin. U—Stewart, Paparella, Napp, Rice. T—2:35. A—8,804. Totals34 5 10 5| Totals 32 6 11 6 a—Filed out for Willcy In 6th; b—struck out for Coleman in 7th; c—walked for Cisco in 7th; d—ran for Musial in 7th; e—walked for Carmel in 8th; f—hit into double play for Sherry in 81 h; g—lined out for Bearnarth in 9th. Score by innings: New York 000 100 400—5 St. Louis 100 121 10x—fl E—Broglio, Harkness. PO-A— New York 24-15, St. Louis 27-12, DP—Groat and White; Moran, Hunt and Harkness; Hunt, Moran and Harkness; Javier, Groat and White. LOB—New York 6, St. Louis 6. 2B —Groat 2. Flood, Hickman 2. HR —White, Musial, Harkness. SB- Javier, White. S—Broglio. SF— Musial, Hunt. ip Willey .5 Cisco 1 Bearnarth L, 3-7—2 xBroglio 6 MacKcnzie h 8 1 1 1 2 1 1 6 4 3 2 11 Jones W. 2-0 V:i 0 0 0 Shantz 10 0 Burdette .1% 10 0 x—Faced three men in 7th. r er bb to 4 3 2 4 CHICAGO ab r h bl 5 0 10 5 2 2 0 4 0 10 4 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 5 0 11 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 NIGHT GAME ience to an important position In the Friar offensive machine. Mike Hanrahan, who played regularly at center last fall, will perform at tackle in the 1963 campaign. Senior Dan Ridings and junior Jim Kennedy were not regulars in 1962 but played enough to win letters. Kennedy and sophomore Dick Rcavy will start at the ends for the Friars. Playing inside them will be tackles Hanrahan, sophomore Stephen Mills, and junior Craig Wrlkc. Fighting for starting guard positions are juniors Dale Brooks, Tom Fox, and Jim Wells along .with sophomores Mike Groff and Jim Conover. Brooks, Mills, and freshman Mike Starr are waging an all-out battle for the starting center position. Prina at quarterback is the class of the backfield. Backing him up will be Kennedy. Juniors Chuck Miller and Tom Ascensio along with sophomore Conover and freshman Lui Spin- iiio arc rated top candidates for halfback posts. However. Miller will definitely miss the first game wiih a head injury. Inexperience stands out ns the major Friar obstacle in Wfi.1. Phalen feels that the current Friar squad will be faster than last year's aggregation. In addition, the line, averaging 165 pounds, is as big as last year's forward wall. It remains to be seen, then, whether improved over-all speed and the youthful desire of th« squad will be enough to carry the current Friars, who were hit so hard by graduation. 19*3 Sehorfulf Srpt. 14 RMA at RMA. Sopl. 20--Western Rurla at, Gales- bur*. Sept. 27—AlCfln at Galfisburtf. Oct.. » KnoxvillR at Knoxville. Ort. 10-ROVA at ROVA. Hot, 10—Metamora at Galesburg. 25—Abingdon at Galesburg. Or I. Nov. Nov. 1— Alexia at Onlesburc. 9—Chllllcothe at Galesburg. Two QBs Walk Out On Philadelphia Brock Rod'crs Burton Santo Willla's Hufibs Banks bMat'a McDa'l Bertcl.i Schafr 0 0 0 0 Koonce 3 0 0 0 cBoros 10 0 0 Boc'b'a 0 0 0 0 Totals 38 2 8 2 LOS ANGELES ab r h bl Gilliam 5 110 Moon 2 0 0 0 T.Davis 5 0 11 Fnlrlv 3 0 0 0 Howard 5 0 0 0 fBrccd'g 0 0 0 0 Roseb'o 4 0 2 0 W.Davis 4 0 10 Tracc'ki 4 0 0 0 gWalls 10 0 0 Miller 2 0 0 0 aMcM'n 10 0 0 Perra'kl 0 0 0 0 oSkow'n 10 10 eGlens'n 0 0 0 0 Rowo 0 0 0 0 HERSHEY, Pa. (AP)—The sudden and unexpected walkout of quarterbacks Sonny Jurgensen and King Hill from training camp over a football salary dispute has launched the Philadelphia Eagles into a desperate search for a quarterback. Although the two players were scheduled to meet with Eagles' General Manager Vince McNally today in Philadelphia, ono club spokesman said, "The wires are hot" in the search for a backup Totals 37 1 fi 1 a—Lined out for Miller in 7th; b—ran for Banks in 10th; c—struck out for Koonce in JOth; d—singled for Perranoski in 10th; e—ran for Skowron in 10th; f—ran for Howard in 11th; g—filed out for Traccwski jn 11th. ' Score by innings: Chicago ...000 001 000 01—2 Los Angeles 000 001 000 00—1 E—Gilliam. Rodgers, Santo. POA—Chicago 33-11, Los Angeles 3313. DP —Rodgers, Hubbs and Banks; W. Davis and Fairly. LOB —Chicago 8, Los Angeles 10. 2B— Santo, Gilliam, T. Davis. S—W. Davis. Burton. SF—Snnto. ip h Koonce 9 4 McDaniel W, 11-6.2 2 Miller 7 5 Perranoski 3 1 Rowe L, 0-1 1 2 r er bb (o 115 6 0 0 10 1110 0 0 15 1110 U—Vargo, Harvey, Weyer, Barlick. T.—3:23. A—21,840. NIGHT GAME PITTSBURGH | MILWAUKEE HBP—By Shantz, Harkness. U— Walsh, Jackowski, Crawford, Burkhart. T—2:59. A—8,036. 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"He grabbed me by the shirt and pushed me up against the wall," said Lawson, who was slapped by Pinson once last year. "I walked away from the clubhouse and found a phone and called police." Pinson was booked and released on $300 bond pending the hearing scheduled in police court today. ab r hbli Bailey 4 0 0 OlMave Mota 3 0 1 01 Boiling Clem'te 4 0 10 Aaron Poglia'i 4 0 0 0 Mathe's Mazc'ki 3 0 0 0 Cline Clond'n 3 0 10 Torre Vlrdon 3 0 1 01 Oliver Alley 2 0 0 OlMcnke Friend 2 0 0 OlMcMil'n iSav'ge 0 0 0 0 Butters 0 0 0 0 Spahn ab r hbl 3 111 3 0 10 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Totals 28 1 walked 4 1 for Totals 28 0 4 0 a — Intentionally Friend in 8th. Score by Innings: Pittsburgh 000 000 000—0 Milwaukee 001 000 OOx—1 E—None. PO-A—Pittsburgh 2412, Milwaukee 27-13. DP—Spahn, Torre and Oliver. LOB—Pittsburgh 4, Milwaukee 7. HR—Mayo. SB— Maye, Mcnke. S—Alley. Ip h r er bb «o Friend L, 16-13 _.7 3 113 3 Butters ~l 1 0 0 0 0 Spahn W. 19-5 —0 4 0 0 2 _4 HBP—By Butters, Boiling. U— Gorman, Forman, Landes, Sudol. T —2:02. A—6,219. READ THE WAN'l ADS! Angels Buy Former Cards LOS ANGELES (AP)-The Los Angeles Angels have purchased two former St. Louis Cardinal pitchers, Bob Duliba from Hawaii of the Pacific Coast League and Aubrey Gatewood from Nashville of the South Atlantic League. Duliba is 27, 5-11 and 180, and had a 6-4 record in 49 games, all in relief. His earned run average is 2.12. He fanned 83 and walked 13 in 89 innings. Gatewood was obtained from the St. Louis Cardinals in the spring. His record at Nashville was 6-9, and his ERA 3.46. He l>ad 109 strikeouts and 38 walks in 130 innings. HEADQUARTERS A af% • I ^Bj toinoa i>u tor GUN£ BROWN.NG DOM'S Bait and Sport Shop 700 S. SEMINARY ST. Trade-in your old gun on a new B ROWNING shotgun or rifle Bowling ALPHA ROOKIE LEAGUE Rutlcdge's Greenhouse, 4-0; McNeil's Oilers, 3-1; Jim's Trenchers, 3-1; Anderson's Market, 3-1; The Bubons. 1-3; DcKalb Seed Corn, 1-3; Ark's Standard Service, 1-3; Luallen Motor Sales, 0-4. High team scries, McNeil's, 2920; high team game, Trenchers, 1020. High individual series, R. Buban, B40; high individual game, J. Horinc, 246. NORTHGATE CLASSIC LEAGUE Team No. 20, 4-0; Wong's Cafe, 4-0; Hawkinson Mfg., 3-1; First and Puckett, 3-1; Pepsi Cola, 3-1; Admiral Mfg., 3-1; DeLuxe Cafe, 1-3; Frankel's, 1-3; Tate's Beauty Salon, 1-3; Research Hospital, 1-3; Kresge's 0-4; L. D. Johnson's, 0-4. High team scries, Hawkinson Mfg., 2174; high team game, Team No. 20, 750. High individual series,, Gertie Alderman, 511; high Individual game, Gertie Alderman, 184. signal caller in case Jurgensen and Hill fail to settle their dispute with the team by Saturday. The Eagles' exhibition season ends then against the New York Giants at Princeton. Championship play begins Sept. 15. Jurgensen, the key to the Eagles offense which in the past few years has relied heavily on passing, and Hill, the team's punter and only other quarterback, left Wednesday without notifying team officials. They said they had been unsuccessful even in getting to talk to McNally about contract terms. Jurgensen reportedly wants $30,000 for this season. He earned in excess of $25,000 last year. Hill reportedly was fighting a cut In last year's-salary, estimated at $20,000. Reports for Tryotit CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPH-Jay Arnetto, former University of Texas star, has joined the Cincinnati Royals for a pre-season tryout at their Lockbourpe Air Force Base training camp. Arnette, a 6-2 guard, is the fifth member of the U.S. Olympic basketball team to play with the club in pre-season drills. Others are Oscar Robertson, Bob Boozer, Adrian Smith and Jerry Lucas. READ Til- \f ANT ADS! 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