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Friday, September 6, 1963
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bolesburg Kegister-Moil, bolosburq, III. hridoy, .Sept. .6, 1963 17 GHS Gridders Drill for Season Opener 2-Year-Olds Will Race On Saturday Saturday will be juvenile day at three of the nation's race tracks, and that doesn't mean kiddies under 16 will be admitted free. It. is an afternoon when 2- year-old horses will fire away at almost half a million dollars. Heading the program is the $150,000 added Arlington-Washington Futurity in Chicago, which will be worth approximately $350,000 and could finger the 2-year- old champion and next year's Kentucky Derby favorite. A field of 15 colts is in prospect for this seven-furlong dash at Arlington Park, now the world's richest horse race. Ten or more 2-year-old fillies are expected for the $50,000 added Matron Stakes at Aqueduct, which will gross $100,000 or more. The $25,000 added World's Playground Stakes at Atlantic City is the third juvenile headliner. Mary V. Fisher's Golden Ruler, undefeated in three starts, and Greentree Stable's Malicious, who has won three straight stakes, probably will be co-favorites for the Arlington Park race. Jacques Wimpfheimer's Petite Rouge, who won the Adirondack and Spinaway Stakes at Saratoga, heads the field for the six furlongs of the Matron. 16ReturningLettermen on Squad By JOE MORRISSEY C. C. VanDyke, taking a coach's typical cautious approach, has his fingers crossed, but a general note of optimism prevails in the Galesburg High School football camp. There are three reasons Streak players and fans are looking forward to the 1963 grid season. One of them involves a tangible asset, while the others ar"e centered around a pair of intangibles. On the tangible side, there is promise of more team balance and depth with players still battling for regular berths in several positions. Turning to the intangibles, VanDyke reports that the team has a good attitude, along with that all- important competitive sph'it. The latter is necessary in any athletic endeavor, but even more vital in a contact sport such as football. Happy With Team In a general summation of the prospects for the 1963 season, VanDyke said, "We would be happy if we could have a squad of this calibre every year." VanDyke added, however, that strength is "strictly a relative thing and we face one of oui' toughest schedules this fall." The Streaks boast one of the largest turnouts in years with a varsity squad of 57. Sixteen of these are lettermen returning from the 1962 team which won three, lost five and tied one. Senior letterwinners back are Terry Autman, halfback; Jim Conner, quarterback: Gene Dcnr- sar, guard; John Holmes, tackle; Terry Kniss, tackle; Don Maze, guard; Fritz Menke, halfback; Roger Park, center; Barry Schumann, tackle; Gene Phillips, center; Butch Sharick, tackle; Dan Stewart, fullback, and Larry Stinson, end. Junior letterwinners are Tom Bramlett, tackle; Larry Foster, center, and Mike Davis, end. No Yardstick But VanDyke points out that the large number of letter\vinners does not stand as a true measuring stick smce many of them saw just enough service to earn their monograms. The long list of injuries last year created several openings for underclassmen. Big and hard-running Stew* art is a key player in VanDyke's plans for this fall. The Streak fullback, who was out of action most of last year Arranges TV Bout BOSTON (UPD — Promoter Sam Silverman has announced Cuba's Florentino Fernandez will fight Newton middleweight Joe de Nucci at the Boston Arena Oct. 4 in a nationally televised bout. Vftrclly Schedule Sept. 14—Ricnwoods, homo. Sept. 19—Peoria Woodruff, away. Sept. 28— Canton, home. Oct. 3—East Peoria, home. Oct. 10—Peoria Central, away. •Oct. 18—Pekin, home Oct. 25— Champaign, away. Nov. 2—Kewanec, home. Nov. 8—Quincy, away. •—Homecoming game. with a knee injury, is apparently ready to operate at peak efficiency. Since undergoing knee surgery at the tail end of last year's grid season, Stewart has been active in both wrestling and baseball. Galesburg had one of its finest sophomore football teams in years last fall and members of its backfield are now showing great varsity promise. These juniors are quarterback Jim Catlin, halfbacks Harry Coffey and Don Johnson and fullback Lewis Waller. Fight for Berths Linemen making strong bids for first-string jobs are seniors Steve Goad, end, and Don Swanson, tackle, and junrors Bob Durbin, linebacker and center; Ron Henry, guard, and Ron Tate, guard. Commenting on this year's forward wall, line coach Ted Mansagcr said, "Our line is a little faster as a whole than it has been in the past." VanDyke reports that the team in general has good speed and average size. Members of the Galesburg foot­ ball coaching staff, along with conch; Bob Frank, head sopho- VanDykc and Mansager, are more coach, and R. E. Wallace, George Lundeen, assistant varsity assistant sophomore coach. .Sophomores are also preparing for the infi.1 season with 38 players working out. * .... 4: jwiw BLOCKING DRILL—Line Coach Ted Mansager "rides" a Crowthcr Charger as Galesburg High School football players sharpen up their blocking. The Streaks are preparing for the 1963 season which opens at home against Kichwoods Sept. 14. NFL Teams Prepare for New Season By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Shooting for a million, the National Football League presents a full program of exhibition gamea this wenkend in the final prelude to its 44th season. Twenty-seven exhibitions over the past four weeks have drawn more th;in 014.000 paying fans and the million mark should be surpassed handily in the closing six attractions, which include a dou- hleheader and the Hall of Fame game. Minnesota's young Vikings and the St. Louis Cardinals open the NFL weekend tonight at St. Louis. On Saturday afternoon, the New York Giants and the Philadelphia Eagles play at Princeton, and four more games are slated for Saturday night—the Dallas Cowboys against the Detroit Lions and the Baltimore Colts against the Chicago Bears in the dmihlchcnd- cr at. New Orleans; the Green Ray Packers against, the Washington Redskins at Cedar Rapids, Iowa; and the San Francisco 4'.»org against the Ranis at Los Angeles. The Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Stcclers meet in the Hall of Fame game Sunday at Canton, Ohio. Dupas Rates As Favorite In Defense MILAN, Italy (AP)-World junior middleweight champion Ralph Dupas of New Orleans is a slight favorite to retain his tital today when he meets Sandro Mazzignhi of Italy. The bout is expected to start about 5:15 p.m. New York time, with a sell-out crowd of 15,000 at the Vigorelli Velodrome looking on. In case of rain, the bout will be postponed until Saturday. Bowling CAREER GIRLS LEAGUE Penny's, 9-3; Galesburg Concrete, 8-4; Welch's Plumbing-Heating, 8-4; Main's "66", 8-4; Bank of Galesburg, 7-5; Intra State Telephone Co., 7-5; W. T. Grant's, 5-7; Mitchell's Antiques, 4-8; Pittsburgh Plate Glass, 3-9; Maurita Dale Shop, 1-11. High team game, Intra State Telephone Co., 803; high team series, Intra State Telephone Co,, 2334. High individual game, Margaret Enlow, 463; high individual series, Phyllis Watson, 175. SEPteruber—)4( ... POST OFFICE LEAGUE Northside Bakery, 4-0; Shannon's Grocery, 3-1; S. Harris Co., 1-3; Frantz Chemical Co., Exterminators, 0-4. High team game, Shamon's Grocery, 820; high team series, Shamon's Grocery, 2272. High individual game, R. Rutledge, 223; high individual series, J, Medina, 514. Signs With Bullets BALTIMORE (UPD - The newly formed Baltimore Bullets of the National Basketball Association Thursday signed veteran cornerman Barney Cable. The ex- Bradley ace was acquired from the St. Louis Hawks last season in a trade for Woody Sauldsber- ry. Inexperience May Bother Galva AFL Starts 1963 Season On Saturday By The Associated Press After a triumph on the field and a defeat at the box office, the transplanted reigning champions of the American Football League open defense of their title Saturday night as the pro circuit kicks off its fourth season. The defending champions are the Kansas City Chiefs, who as the Dallas Texans won the AFL crown last year in the longest football game on record—beating the Houston Oilers 20-17 in a sudden-death overtime thriller that lasted 77 minutes and 54 seconds. Despite the victory, the Texans later surrendered Dallas to the Cowboys of the rival National Football League and shifted their base to Kansas City. The Chiefs' first 1963 match will be against a Western Division rival, the Broncos, at Denver. The Oakland Raiders and the Oilers play at Houston, also Saturday night, then the opening weekend's program rounds out with two Sunday games—the rebuilt and renamed New York Jets against the Patriots at Boston, and the Buffalo Bills against the Chargers at San Diego. taste for good living 'JIM BEAM Illinois' No. 1 selling bourbon is part of the scene, 16 PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY DISTILLED AND mm it m ma i tw wwuw w« mm, tu lUIKurWsilnEHI Only Seven Vets on Roster GALVA—New head football coach Jim Elwell inherited only seven returning lettermen from last year's mentor, Andy Hauptman, but he is fairly optimistic about Galva's chances this fall. Elwell is not a newcomer to the Galva coaching ranks. While he was principal of a grade school here, he guided the high school's mat squad and also helped out in football. This fall he's got some big shoes to fill. Hauptman guided the Wildcats to a 7-2 mark and third-place finish in the Blackhawk Conference in 1962. Returning lettermen include seniors Bill Hay, Jim Simmons, Denny Lewin, Larry Erickson, John Coon, Jerry Maupin and Kent Burnett. Hay, Simmons, Lewin, and 3 Players Set Pace in Utah Open SALT LAKE CITY (UPD - A trio of golfers known for their consistency teed off today with a one-stroke lead in the second round of the $40,000 Utah Open golf tournament. Spunky Gary Player, the gallery favorite from South Africa, lean Don January and chunky Billy Maxwell fired four-under- par 66s Thursday to share the opening round lead at the 6,984- yard Salt Lake Country Club course in the shadow of the towering Rockies. Part of the opening round was played in a driving rainstorm with some members of the bulky 150-player field finishing in semidarkness. Only 13 players managed to shatter par. Trailing the leaders with 67s were Tommy Wulff, Jerry Steelsmith and Phil Rodgers. Four others, Gordon Jones, George Knudson, Tommy Jacobs and Mason Rudolph, carded 68s. AD CORRECTION JUST RECEIVED 200 RAPALAS the new imported Finnish fishing lure. First come — first served BAIT and SPORT SHOP 700 S. SEMINARY 'S Erickson were regulars last fall. Elwell seems to be particularly pleased with his regular ends, whom he terms "outstanding." Senior Rich Miller, a topflight eager for the Wildcats last winter, is out for football for the first time. However, Elwell says that he has good speed and excellent hands to give him two important ingredients for being a standout at a flank post. Veteran Lewin gives the Wildcats experience at the other end. Bob Shields, a 175-pound junior, leads the tackle candidates. Two other juniors — Terry Raley Major League Box Scores WASHINGTON ab r h bi Bla'mc 5 12 0 Phillips Hinton aMin'so King Lock Zim'er Retzer Brink'n Ridzik Rocb'k 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 bOsbo'e 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kline 10 0 0 NEW YOHK ab r h bi 5 111 5 5 iKubek iRichar'n Pepitone Mantle Linz Maris Howard Blanch'd Boyer Terry ;Lopez 1 1 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Totals 42 2 0 2] Totals 30 3 5 2 a—Ran for Hinton in 3rd; b— filed out for Roebuck in 10th; c— singled for Terry in 12th. Score by innings: Washington .000 020 000 000—2 New York 000 002 000 001—3 B—Brinkman, Phillips, Howard. PO-A—Washington 34-15; one out when winning run scored; New York 36-16. DP—Blasingame, Brinkman and Phillips; Boyer, Richardson and Pepitone; Howard, Kubek and Richardson. LOB—Washington 8. New York 8. 2B—Ridzik, Boyer. HR—Phillips, Kubek. SB—Hinton, Richardson. 2 10 0 2 112 lp h r er bb to Ridzik 5 2 ;, 3 2 14 4 Roebuck -3'i 0 0 0 2 0 Kline L, 2-7 2',' a 2 110 0 Terry W,_lfi-j3 -.12 .9 2 2 3 3 HBP~By ~Terry, — Hinton. U— Carrigan, McKinley, Chylak, Hallcr. T—3:15. A—5,306. KANSAS CITY I CHICAGO ab r hbll ab r h bl DelGr'o 4 1 1 OILandis 3 0 0 0 Cimoli 3 O 1 0! "tin'ham 4 13 1 Charles 4 0 0 OlWeCraw 0 0 0 0 Siebern 4 0 1 1; Robins'n 3 0 10 Edw'ds 3 0 1 0 Ward 4 0 0 1 Lumpe 4 0 0 01 Martin 4 0 0 0 Harr'n 3 0 0 OlVichol'n 3 10 0 LaR'ssa 2 0 0 01 Hansen 2 0 0 0 Rakow 1 0 1 OjWeis aRey'ds 10 0 o! Peters Mon'de 0 0 0 0 bEsse'n 1 0 0 0! Lovri'h 0 0 0 0! Totals 30 1 5 11 Totals 27 4 5 4 a—Called out on strikes for Rakow in 6th; b—flied ouh for Monteagudo in 8th. Score by innings: Kansas City .000 000 001—1 Chicago 100 021 OOx—4 E—None. PO-A — Kansas City 24-6, Chicago 27-11. DP—Peters and Cunningham. LOB—Kansas City 5, Chicago 7. 2B—Cunning­ ham 2. 3B—Peters. S—Weis. SF— Peters. lp h r er bb m Rakow L 9-9 5 5 3 3 2 3 Monteagudo 2 0 112 0 Lovrich 1 0 0 0 1 1 Peters W, 17-6 -—9 5 1 1 3 7 HBP—Weis, by Rakow! PB^ Martin. U—Paparella, Napp, Rice, Stewart. T—2:13. A—1,585. PITTSBUHGH | ab r h bl! Schof'd Virdon Clcm'te Clend'n Lynch Bure'ss bGib'n Starg'll Maze'kl Alley Parsons 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 MILWAUKEE ab r h bi 4 10 0 4 2 3 0 4 2 2 0 10 0 0 2 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 10 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 Maye Boiling Aaron Taylor Math'ws Clino Torre Oliver Klimc'k Menke McMil'n Sadow'ki 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0! Francis 0 0 0 0 aLogan 1 0 0 01 Schw'll 0 0 0 0i Totals 34 0 8 01 Totals 32 8 8 6 Score by innings: Pittsburgh 000 000 000—0 Milwaukee _ 003 041 OOx—8 E—Clendenon, Alley, Mathews. PO-A—Pittsburgh 24-9 Milwaukee 27-8. DP—Boiling, McMillan and Klimchock. LOB — Pittsburgh 7, Milwaukee 7. 2B—Burgess, Boiling 2, Mathews. HR—Mathews. S— Boiling. SF—Torre. lp h r or bb so Parsons L, 0-1 ...4';, 7 6 5 2 2 Francis 2V* 1 2 O 3 3 Schwa II 1 0 O O 0 1 Sadowski VV, 4-5 _'J 8 0 0 0 12 NEW Kran ol Hark'ss Hunt Hick'an Green Smith Can'aro Moran bHicks Schre'r Powell Bauta aChris'r Craig Dillon cCarm'l Ande'n Hook YORK ab r h 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 2 3 O 1 3 0 3 2 0 0 1 O O 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Javier Srnat White Boyer ST. LOUIS ab r h bl 5 10 0 4 2 10 5 12 1 4 10 1 dMax'ill 0 0 0 0 Musia'i 3 0 0 0 Kolb Flood 2 1 0 2 5 1 McCar'r 5 0 3 3 Altrnan 4 0 11 Simm'ns 3 0 10 Totals 31 0 6 0| Totals 40 9 14 7 a—Called out on strikes for Bauta in 6th; b—grounded out for Moran in at h: c—grounded out for Dillon in 8th; d—ra for Boyer in 8th Score by innings: New York O0O O0O 000—0 St. Louis Ill 000 24x—9 E—Moran, Green, Craig. PO-A— New York 24-15, St. Louis 27-15. DP—Groat, Javier and White. LOB —New York 4, St. LOUIB 11. 2B— Green. 3B— Flood, McCarver. r er bb so (170) and Alan Corkhill (175) — should sec plenty of action at the tackles. Erickson, a 193-pound, all- conference candidate, will be joined by junior Steve Bonati (175) at the guard position. Coon will handle the center spot Junior Mike Manning has earned a storting berth at quarterback with veterans Hay, Burnett, and Simmons fighting it out for starting halfback jobs. Simmons was a starter on defense Inst fall, while Hay played regularly both ways. Gail Olson, a 175-pound junior transfer student from AlWood, is being groomed for the starting fullback spot. Elwell feels that Galva's chief strength lies in the finesse of his ends, the power of his backfield, and the good over-all speed of the squad. Inexperience looms as the big weakness for the Wildcats since they lost seven regulars via the graduation route. However, even if the experience is not there, the potential is. And only time and the 1963 schedule will tell whether that potential will be realized. 1963 Schedule Sept. 13- -Bradford at Bradford. Sept. 20~-Klmwood ;it Galva. Sept. 27 — Manlius at Manlius. Oct. 4— Princevillc at Galva. Oct. 11 —Dunlap at. Dunlap. Oct. lfl—Walnut at Galva. Oct. 25—Toulon at Toulon. Nov. 1—Wyoming at Wyoming. Nov. 8—Wethersfield at Galva. ip h Powell L, 1-1 4 3 13 Bauta 2!i 1000 Craig V -3 10 0 0 Dillon --lHi 3 2 2 0 Anderson % 4 4 4 1 Hook ',i 10 0 0 Simmons W, 13-7 -9 6 0 0 0 WP—Anderson. PB—Cannizzaro. U—Jackowski, Crawford, Burkhart, Walsh. T—2:35. A—7,840 WANTED COUPLES FOR MIXED DOUBLES STARTING A NEW LEAGUE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 - Call GALESBURG BOWL 2345 Grand Ave. 343-4919 Joins UFL Chili TOLEDO, Ohio (UPD - Fullback Mel Triplett, who won fame with tho New York Giants in the National Football League championship game in 195(5, has been signed by (he Toledo Tornadoes of the United Football League. Triplett was released two weeks ago by the Cleveland Browns after failing to win a berth in training camp. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Build or Repair it with SAKRETE Concrete and Mortar Mixes Quality Controlled. Just add water. Easy to use. Saves time and money. High strength. ~~ e> >»»» GALESBURG BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 600 E. MAIN ST. Play Opens Saturday in All-City Tournament play opens in the fifth annual Galesburg All-City Golf Tournament Saturday morning at Bunker Links with nearly 70 expected to tee off. Saturday's 18-holc session will serve as a qualifying round as well as count in scoring for the 72-hole medal play tournament. Action will take place on all three courses during the course of the meet. After the cutoff Saturday the schedule for Sunday will be announced over WGIL every hour following the 5-minutc newscast. Sunday's second round will be held at the Knox County Country Club while third round action will swing to the Soange- taha Country Club on Saturday, Sept. 14. The windup will be Sunday, Sept. 15, at Bunker. Action tomorrow begins at 10 a.m. but 11 o'clock for every other round. Scrappers and Old timers Game Is Postponed A proposed softball game between Galesburg Bill's Scrappers and okltimers Sunday evening at O. N. Custer Park has been postponed. A tentative date is being considered at this time for the game, according to Bill Costello, Scrappers' manager. Costello said Chester Allen and Elmer Stevens planned to round up some former players in the former industrial softball leagues here to fiek a team against the girls club. Stevens and Allen suggested more time to organise their team. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Ladies League Has Opening There is an opening for one team in the Ladies Church League at Northgate Lanes. The league bowls at 9 a.m. each Wednesday with babysitting service available. Interested parties should contact Northgate lanes. NEED GUTTERS? CALL WHITE'S 342-0185 SAEETE does it better! 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