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Pete Boynton Holds First Halfway Through All-City Dredge Drops Early Lead Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III, Monday, ?£Bt .9, \963 11 U.S. Officials Encouraged By Tourney FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP>— Uncle Sam failed to get back the men's singles title in the National tennis championships but in rocket-serving Frank Froehling III came up with some valuable bench strength for the coming Davis Cup campaigns. "Froehling definitely has fought his way back into the picture," Harcourt Woods, chairman of the U.S. Davis Cup committee, said today. "He figures very big in our plans for the inter-zone matches with England and, if we go that far, also in our meetings with India and Australia." The 6-foot-3 Froehling, unseeded and previously snubbed by Davis Cup selectors, progressed farther than any other American before losing in the men's singles final Sunday to a crafty and brilliant Rafael Osuna of Mexico 7-5, 6-4, 6-2. The women's final also turned up with a Latin-American flavor as Maria Bueno of Brazil, regaining the form she showed before being stricken with hepatitis in 1961, upset the reigning queen of the courts, Margaret Smith of Australia, 7-5, 6-4. She rallied from 1-4 and won the second set with five games in a row. Although Osuna, senior at the University of Southern California, put a crimp in America's rising tennis fortunes by crushing first Chuck McKinley, the Wimbledon champion, and then Chuck's Trinity (Tex.) University teammate Froehling in straight sets, U.S. tennis officials were generally encouraged by the tournament developments. Salmon Takes Feature at Sod Savage NEW WINDSOR — Jim Salmon of Aledo copped first place in the feature race in Go-Kart racing at Sod Savage race track here Friday night. Taking first in Class A competition was Kenneth McEulen of Aledo. In the modified Go-Kart classification, Robert Mortland, also of Aledo, took first place in the semi- feature, while another Aledo man, Rolland McBride, garnered the top spot in the feature. Raymond Litton of New Windsor finished ahead of the field in the semi-feature race of the 45 cubic inch classification. The next Go-Kart and 45 cubic inch races will be held Sept. 20, here. Motorcycle-races are slated for Sept. 14 and Sept. 21. By JOE MORRISSEY It's still a little early to tell, but defending champion Bob Dredge may be one of the few golfers in tour nament history to become the victim of a butterfly. At least the untimely landing of one of those normally harmless insects started first round leader Dredge on his downward plunge in the All-City meet Sun day afternoon at the Knox County Country Club. At the halfway mark Sunday at Lake Bracken the score sheets showed young Pete Boynton, a former all-city champ and the run ner-up Saturday at Bunker Links, leading the field with a 36-hole total of 141. Dredge was in sec ond place with a 144 score and Bill Fox, Bob McFarland and Bob Hoopes were tied for third with 146's. Enter Butterfly The butterfly made its grand entrance when Dredge was teeing off on No. 3, a par four, 405-yard hole. Just as he was in his downward swing the winged intruder, completely unaware of any misdeed on his part, landed on the ball. Startled, but unable to stop his swing, Dredge hit the ball a short distance but into the wooded area at the right of the fairway. This resulted in an unplayable lie and a second tee shot with a one- stroke penalty and distance. But this wasn't all. Bad luck seems to come in bunches and Bowling READ THE WANT ADS! 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MIXERS~LEAGUE Lucky Strikes, 7-1; Spareshoot- ers, 7-1; Jostes and Watson, 5-3; Clark and Johnson, 4-4; Jones and Anderson, 4-4; L. Johnson and B. Inness, 4-4; Ray and D. Inness, 4-4; Astro-Nuts, 3-5; Misfits, 3-5; Pin Knockers, 2-6. High team series, Clark and R. Johnson, 2356; High team game, Clark JR. Johnson, 839. High individual series, George Raehe, 521, Mona Hahn, 447; high individual game, Dick Johnson, 199, Phyllis Watson, 170. WHITE SOX LEAGUE Leo Stein, 7-1; Davis Food Stores, 5-3; Elgin Water Cond., 4-4; Galesburg Bowl, 4-4; C.T.S.. 3-5; Lyle Bair Specialty, 1-7. High team series, Leo Stein, 2589; high team game, Galesburg Bowl, 895.. High individual series, Shirley Allcnsworth, 481; high individual game, Mary Sturgeon, 191. such was the case with Dredge who was to go into the timber again on No. 3 and finally wind up with a four-over-par eight for the hole. Bob, who had also bogied two, was five over after the first three holes. Worse Before Better Dredge never recovered completely from this bad. start. In fact, things even got worse for a while and after talcing a bogey on No. 10 he found himself eight over par. However, he picked up after that and, with the help of birdies on 11 and 14, finished with a six-over 75. Dredge set the pace with a three-under-par 69 at Bunker Links Saturday to lead runner- up Boynton by one stroke and third-place Dave Lundstrom by two. Bill Fox and Rich Houlihan were just three strokes back with 72's. Young Lundstrom, who is a junior this fall at GHS, was three over on the front side at Bracken and five over, on the second nine. His 77 yesterday put him seven strokes off the pace. Fox was still very much in the running after Sunday's round but Houlihan was all but out of it after taking an 81. Leader Penalized Front-runner Boynton also was forced to take a penalty stroke in yesterday's action. When he was addressing the ball on the fringe of No. 12 green the ball moved, causing an automatic stroke penalty. Instead of a par four he wound up with a bogey five. McFarland's 71 Sunday tied Boynton for low score at Bracken and marked him as one of the top contenders with two rounds to go. McFarland was three over with a 75 on Saturday. McFarland also had one of three eagles on the par four 258- yard No. 14 Saturday at Bunker. Paul Blixt, who had a 73 in the first round, and Jim Lehman also eagled 14. Veteran Bud Miller and youthful Don Ridings had identical scores the fh-st two days of 75-74—149 and were tied for seventh place at the middle mark. Shave Erickson and Jess Pico also had shared the No. 7 spot with l49's. Drops Sharply Ray Mendrek was one of the leaders the first day as he came in with a one-under 71 at the city course. However, things didn't break his way at Bracken where he limped home with an 80. Mike Moriarty had a 77 at Bunker but came home with a 73 Sunday. Jimmy Owens fired a 74 Saturday at Bunker Links but withdrew from the tournament Sunday because of his job. Jim, an engineer on the railroad, was called to duty. Seventy golfers teed off in the opening round Saturday but the field was cut to 34 for the second 18. All those with 79 or under qualified. Tournament play will wind up next weekend with the third round scheduled to be held at the Soan- getaha Country Club. Golfers will return to Bunker Links for the finale Sunday. The 72-hole medal play tourney is co-sponsored by the Galesburg Register-Mail and radio station WGIL. Top Ten Pete Boynton 70-71—141 Bob Dredge -69-75—144 Bill Fox 72-74—146 Bob Hoopes 73-73—146 Bob McFarland 75-71—146 Dave Lundstrom 71-77—148 Bud Miller 75-74—149 Don Ridings 75-74—149 Shave Erickson 71-75—149 Jess Pico 76-73—149 Others: Mike Morinrtv, 150; Paul Blixt. 150; Ray Mendrek, 151; Jim Lehman, 151; Jack Aldcrson, 152; Rich Houlihan, 153; Dick Watson, 153; Phil Hund, 153; Dick Gearhart, 154; - Boydstun, 154; Pete Olson, 15."): Kip Norris, 155; Jack Geasinan. 155; Harry Crousc, 155; Bill Dredge, 158; Erni° Baker, 158; Jack West, 159: Hub Mallln, 159; Bill Weaver, 159: Stan Johnson, 159; M. Patty, 161; Dick Swanson, 162; M. L. Bohanncn, 164. ALL-CITY GOLF—Pete Boynton is putting on the 18th green Saturday afternoon at Bunker Links In first round play of the fifth Annual Galesburg All-City Tournament. Boynton finished with a 70 Saturday for the No. 2 spot and carded a 71 Sunday at Lake Bracken for a 141. This gave him a 3-stroke lead over Rob Dredge at the halfwny mark. Waiting their turn in photo above, are, from Ml, Dave Lundstrom and Rob Marshall Jr. Action moves to Snangntaha this Saturday and back to the city course for the wind up Sunday. Joe West Fires Hole-in-One at Soangetaha It was a big thing for Joe West when he hit a hole-in-one at the Soangetaha Country Club Sunday afternoon but it's almost old hat for the No. 1 hole. This was the fifth hole-in-one reported this season at Soange­ taha and the fourth one on the first hole. West used a six iron on the 140-yard hole. He was playing with his son, Tom, Bud Bondi and Dale Gunther. Two Names Stand Out In Racing Two names top racing's headlines today, one the familiar Carry Back, who won the Kentucky Derby in 1961, and the other a young colt in the West—Golden Ruler—who is being pointed for that blue ribbon classic next May in Louisville. Carry Back, on the comeback trail, blasted home a six-length winner Saturday on the Atlantic City grass course, prepping for the invitational $125,000 UniLed Na tions Handicap there next Saturday. Golden Ruler whipped 14 other 2-year-olds in the world's richest horse race, the $352,500 Arlington- Washington Futurity at Chicago, to remain unbeaten in four starts. Owner Mary V. Fisher of Detroit said the colt's remaining 1963 campaign would be light. For Carry Back it was his first victory since he came out of retirement last month. He had finished second Aug. 17 in the Buckeye Handicap at Cleveland's Randall Park. Golden Ruler won the Arlington gold rush by three quarters of a length from Powhatan Stable's Chieftain, paying $6.80 as the favorite. Mrs. Dorothy Comiskey Rigney's Dunfee finished third. First Unit Wins, 12-6 Illinois 9 Eliot Satisfied With Initial Scrimmage CHICAGO (AP)—Midwest football briefs: Notre Dame—Gene Penman, a 230-pound junior tackle from Chicago has been ruled out of football for the season because of torn ligaments in his loft knee. Illinois—The varsity squad's 126 defeat of the reserves has left Coach Peter Eliott "satisfied for a first scrimmage." The win was highlighted Saturday by two 65- yard touchdown drives with fullback Jim Grabowski taking the ball over both times on one-yard plunges. Northwestern — The Wildcat's first string has been guided to a four-touchdown victory by quarterback Tom Myers as the Purple defeated the Whites 30-10 in a practice session. Iowa—The Hawkeycs have held a controlled scrimmage with each . n of the four units taking turns at|i <uitnc 4010 running the ball on offense 10 times. Afterwards, the units turned their attention to defense Indiana—Sprained ankles have sidelined two of Indiana's top candidates for starting berths as Coach Phil Dickens put the Hoo- sicrs through their first hard scrimmage of the football practice season. Purdue — A controlled scrimmage session has completed the Boilermakers' first week of football practice. Sophomores playing with the. three white-clad offensive teams are credited with Ihe scoring of all five touchdowns in the practice play. Ohio State—The Buckeyes' top two football units appeared reasonably sharp in the season's first all-ouf scrimmage. Outstanding was the performance of halfback Paul Warficld who scored four long touchdowns. Michigan—The Wolverines' varsity Blue squad has defeated the reserve White team 32-30 in a hotly contested practice which was decided by a safety midway in the third quarter. Each team scored four touchdowns. Wisconsin—Seven out of nine passes were completed by Harold Brandt, a junior quarterback competing for Ron VandcrKelen's old job, as the Badger first string beat the second string 42-0. Michigan State — Four touch­ downs each were scored by left halfback Sherman Lewis and fullback Roger Lopes as the Spartan's two top units crushed the reserves 69-0. Minnesota — The Gophers 232- pound junior Fred Nord is running at right guard this season. He playced tackle last year. Charles Killian, a leading freshman prospect in spring practice,, has challenged Willie Costanza for the left guard starting assignment. Len Stream is at the end post after beginning spring practice as a quarterback. READ THE WANT ADS! Major League Box Scores DETROIT ab r hbl Wert 5 0 0 O 'Health 9 Problems Crop Up Once More at Northwestern EVANSTON, 111. (AP) - "If we get off to a good start, we'll really fight like a Wildcat to stay on top," Northwestern's football coach, Ara Parseghian vowed today. Getting off to a good start — but sagging later because of thin personnel — has been a Big Ten football hallmark of Northwestern's Wildcats, this season tabbed not only conference but also national title contenders. Northwestern last won the Big Ten crown in 1936 but in the reign of the dynamic Parseghian, start- 1 let- with the 'Cats propelled to their thumb. Sophomore Gary Stump, a J that inevitable November first league title in 27 seasons by top prospect at the important; down." the talented passing of quarter- flanker back spot vacated by I But November brings the mo , . back Tom Myers and the most graduated Paul Flatley, is lost for! ment of conference truth to the 3 "... 1 experienced squad yet mustered I the season because of torn knee 1 Wildcats. Their final two games by Parseghian. i ligaments. 1 are against defending champion Twenty-seven lettermen return j Furthei . more> Parse g hian is | Wisconsin <Nov «). and always from Northwestern s free-wheeling „ . , . .... .powerful Ohio State (Nov. 16). 1 walking on eggs over the durabih 1 Cards Face Chicago in St. Louis PITTSBURGH (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals left Pittsburgh Sunday night hoping tho Pirates won't give the Los Angeles Dodgers the same soft treatment they gave the Redbirds. The surging Redbirds beat the Pirates 3-2 Sunday to take three out of four games from Pittsburgh. It marked the 11th victory in 12 games for the Cardinals. The San Francisco Giants helped to make Sunday even a brighter day for the Cardinals by edging Ihe Dodgers 5-4. The Giants' victory moved the Cards 3'/i games behind the faltering Dodders. The Dodgers go to Pittsburgh Tuesday for a three-game series. The Cardinals' Julian Javier hit a two-run homer in the third inning to keep the Redbird's pennant hopes alive. Curt Flood followed Javier's home run with a double. He took third on a sacrifice fly. Ken Boyer drove in the winning run with NEW YORK ab r hbl Kubck 4 12 1 Hich'son 4 0 2 0 Pcpito'e 4 2 2 1 Man tie 3 0 I 1 Reed 1 0 0 o Marls 4 12 1 Berrn 4 0 2 1 Blanch'ci 4 0 0 0 Boyer 4 110 Totals 34 5 12 5 Cola'to 4 0 0 1 Froeh'n 4 0 10 Thorn's 2 1 0 0 I'rinn's 4 110 Smith 4 0 2 2 Lary 10 0 0 iRoai'e 10 10 oFaul 0 0 0 0 .•Ph Ill's 10 0 0 Slad'ng 0 0 0 0 JCash 0 0 0 0' Totals 33 3 7 31 A—Singled for Lary In 6th; b— ran for Roarke In 6th; c—fouled out for Faul In 6th; d—walked for Gladding In 9th. Score by innings: Detroit _ 000 000 210—3 New York 211 010 OOx—5 E—None. PO-A — Detroit 24-8, New York 27-6. DP— Freehan, McAuliffe and Lary; Kubek and Pepi- tonc. LOB—Detroit 7, New York B. 2B—McAuliffe, Kaline, Smith. 3B Smith, Boyer, HH—Marls. SB— Richardson. 1962 tea, which had a snappy 7-2 record, but suffered both defeats in Big Ten play — against champion Wisconsin (37-6) and Michigan State (31-7). No fewer than 11 men classified as 1962 regulars came back. But already the injury bugaboo ing his eighth NU season, the i which perennially hexes North- Wildcats have clawed far out of western has struck. Top middle operations. In addition, fleet half- the doormat class. linebacker Rich Olson is out at back Willie Stinson, leading Wild- ty of no fewer than five regulars who underwent offseason surgery and missed spring drills. Top man in this limp brigade is prospective All-America guard Jack Cvercko. He, along with fullback Bill Swingle and ends Gary Crum and Pat Riley, had knee This could be moon-shot year | least half the season with a broken ALIGNMENT GUARANTEED 4,000 MUSS WHEEL $ 6.50 MODERN ALIGNMENT & BRAKE 131 NORTH CHERRY PHONE 343-1414 Hpurs 9 to 9, Monday through Friday cat rusher last year with a 4.2 average, had shoulder surgery. Without Flatley as his prime target, Myers' proven sharpshoot- ing will be directed into a more scattered pattern. Parseghians flanker formation may be expanded to twin flankers with a lonesome end receiver and a lot more passing to the ends primarily co-captain Churk Logan. "We could be a pretty good football team if we stave off injuries," said Parseghian. "We cer- Parseghian has been bringing Cvercko, 230 - pound bearcat, along by easy stages in testing his repaired knee. "Two-a-day sessions brought some swelling from fluid, but we know what Cvercko can do and we don't have to scrimmage him The Pirates picking, up single runs in the fourth and sixth. The first run came on a double by Smoky Burgess and a single by Willie Stargell. The final run came in the sixth on consecutive singles by Bill Virdon and Roberto Clemente, followed by Burgess' second double. Ernie Brolio picked up his 15th win. He's lost 8. In a night game today in St. Louis, the Cardinals will have too often," said Parse«hian. The Wildcats can volley a solid Curt Simmons (13-7) going ground attack to complement I against the Chicago Cubs' Larry Myers' passing, with fullbacks ; Jackson ' 1443) Swingle and Steve Murphy and Fight Results By The Associated Press MILAN, Italy - Sandro Maz- zinghi, 153, Italy, knocked out Ralph Dupas, 152>••*, New Orleans, 9. SAN FRANCISCO - Wayne ip Lary L, 4-8 5 Faul 1 Gladding 2 Downing W, 12-4 .9 h r er bb»o 10 5 5 1 1 0 0 O 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 7 3 3 4 7 ~TPHaUer, Carrlgan, McKinley, Chylak. T-2:00.A-22,807. SECOND GAME MINNESOTA ab i hbl Allen 5 12 0 Rollins 5 12 0 Hall 4 0 10 Killc'w 4 12 1 Allison 2 110 Mlnch'r 4 0 2 2 Powci "00 <» VorH.'.l's 4 0 2 1 Zim'an 4 0 1 <) StiR'an 3 0 0 Dailey 0 0 0 0 Totals 3(1 4 13 4! Totals 35 5 9 3 a—Singled for Herbert in 8th; b —ran for Lemon in 8th; e—Intentionally walked for Hanson In 8th; <i— grounded out for Dailey in 9th. Score by innings: Minnesota 300 (MX) 010—4 Chicago 000 000 041—5 K~Power, Dailey, Rollins. PO-A —Minnesota 25-4, one out when winning run scored, Chicago 27-10. DP—Hansen and Lemon 2; Hansen, LOB—Mlnne- llison, Ver- CHICAGO ab r hbl Landlu Roblns'n Nlchol'n 5 1 1 0 Landlu Roblns'n Nlchol'n 5 1 3 0 Landlu Roblns'n Nlchol'n 3 0 0 0 H'sh'ger 2 1 1 1 Lemon 3 0 1 0 bMcC'w 0 1 0 0 Ward 4 0 1 1 Hanson 2 0 0 0 L 'Cun'arn 0 0 0 0 Brosnan 0 0 0 0 Weis 4 0 1 1 Cairo'n 4 0 0 0 Herbert 1 0 0 0 a Fox 2 1 1 0 Weis and Lemon 2. LO sota 7, Chicago U 2B—Al sallcs, Hershberger. ST. LOUIS ab r h bl Javier 3 112 Flood 3 110 White 4 0 0 0 Boyer 4 0 11 Muslal 3 0 0 0 Knlh 10 10 PITTSBURGH Hb r hbl Mazcr'kl 5 0 I 0 Schof'ld 5 0 0 0 Lynch 4 0 10 Virdon 3 0 1 O Clemc'e 4 12 0 Burgess 4 13 1 Altman 4 0 1 OlbBrnnrl 4 13 1 Sh'non 0 0 0 01 Stargell 3 0 2 1 McCar'r 4 0 1 0|yClend'n 10 0 0 Maxvill 3 1 1 01 Bailey 4 0 10 3rogllo 2 0 0 0 j Friend 2 0 0 0 lhantz 0 0 0 0|;iMota 10 0 0 Taylor 0 0 0 0 Sehwall 0 0 0 0 dAlley 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 3 7 3| Totals 3(1 2 11 2 a—Grounded out for Friend in 7th; b—ran for Burgess in 8th; c— flicd out for Stargell in 8th; d— sacrificed for Sehwall in 9th. Score by innings: St. Louis 003 000 000—3 Pittsburgh 000 101 000—2 E—Stargell. PO-A—Sa. Louis 2714, Pittsburgh 27-9. DP—Schoflcld unassisted; Clendenon and Ma/.er- oskl. LOB—St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 0. 2B—Flood. Burgess 2. .'IB- Lynch. HR—Javier. S—Broglto, Flood, Alley, MILWAUKEE I PHILADELPHIA ab r hbl lb t hbl Mayo 5 I 2 OiT.Taylor 4 0 0 0 Boiling 4 0 0 olCallison 4 0 10 Aaron 5- 0 0 UGon/al'z 4 12 0 Maine's 3 I 2 OiSlevcra 3 0 11 Cllno 1 0 0 0|Demet'r 4 12 1 J .Torre 4 0 0 0! Hoak 4 0 3 0 Oliver 4 I 1 2IOIrll« 4 0 0 0 Menke 4 0 3 0|Wino 3 0 0 0 McMl'n 3 0 2 0! Short 0 0 0 0 Spahn 3 0 1 OhiCov'ton 1 0 0 0 I Green 2 0 0 0 JAmaro 1 0 0 0 Totals 3(1 3 11 3| Totals 34 2 0 2- a—Filed out for Short in 9th. Score by Innings: Milwaukee ...10OO0OO2O—3 Philadelphia 000 000 101 —2 E— Green. PO-A—Milwaukee 2715, Philadelphia 27-14. DP—Menke, Boiling and Oliver. LOB—MU- waukce 10, Philadelphia 6. 3B—. Mathews, Gonzalez. HB—Oliver, Dcmctcr. SB—Menke. S—Boiling. > SF—Siovers. h r <r bb to Brogllo W, 15-8 ..7 8 2 2 1 1 Shantz Hi 3 0 0 0 0 Taylor % 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 3 0 4 10 0 10 Friend L, 18-14 ..7 Sehwall 2 U—Forman, Landes, Sudol, Gorman. T~2:15. A—14,808. READ THE WANT ADS! Ip h firbbM Spahn W, 20-5 ...9 0 2 2 0 0- Green L, 4-4 IVz 11 3 3 3 1 Short Ua 0 0 0 0 1 U—Walsh, Jackowakl. Crawiord, Burkhart. T—2:22. A—8,807. A FIRST SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (UPI) —Charlie Sifford of Los Angeles became the first Negro to win a nament when he won the Puerto 72-hole PGA-sanctioned golf tour- ST. LOUIS IP Stifiman Dailey -- Rogenburg L, 2-4 Herbert .- 8 Brosnan W, 3-7 .1 "U—Paparella, Napp, Rice, Stew art. T—2:53. A—18,230. h r er bb»o 8 4 3 i in 10 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 13 4 4 2 fi 0 0 0 0 0 NIGHT GAME CHICAGO HOUSTON ab r h bi Warwi'k 3 0 0 0 Runnels 3 110 Fazio 0 0 0 0 3 111 3 0 0 0 halfbacks Stinson and Dick McCauley all seasoned, swift and hard runners. In the line, Logan and Riley at ends, co-captain Kent Pike, Joe Szcecko, Lou Dineff and Mike Schwager at tackles; Cvercko and Larry Zeno at guards and 22U- tainJy will fight like hell to avoid | Jim Hauglxsness. pound Joe Cerne at center, are Thornton, 176 1 i . Fresno, Calif., touch and rugged outpointed Jose Menno, 174'. 2, Ar- With Olson missing, the middle gentina, 10. liivuack mi: bp daht letter I AGANA, Guam — Ador Plaze, man Dick Uhlir or sophomore 143, Philippines, knocked out Jes- Jsie Stein, 145, Guam, L ab i hbl Brock 4 0 0 0 Rodg 'r3 4 13 0 Willia's 4 0 10 Santo 4 0 0 0,Wynn Burton 2 0 0 11 Smith Hubbs 4 0 1 0'Staub 3 0 10 -Math's 0 0 0 OIGoss 3 0 10 Tc'ella 4 0 2 OlAspro'te 3 0 0 0 Sehaf'r 2 0' 0 OILillis 3 0 0 0 iRan'w 1 0 1 01 Johnson 3 0 0 0 Jacks'n 2 0 1 01 Bruce 0 0 0 0 oSte'rt 1 0 0 0 Woode'k 0 0 0 0 Elston 0 0 0 Oi Totals 32 10 1 1 Totals 27 2 4 1 a—Singled for Schaffei in 8th; b —flied out for Jackson in 8th; c— ran for Hubbs in 8th. Score by innings: Chicago 000 000 001—1 Houston 000 000 20x—2 E—None. PO-A—Chicago 24-10, Houston 27-10. DP—Li!lis. Runnels and Staub; Runne.s. Liliia and Staub; Staub unassisted. LOB— Chicago 6, Houston I. 2B— Boccabella. 3B—Wynn. SF—Burton. ip h r «r bb»o Jackson L, 14-14 7 4 2 2 0 3 Elston .... 1 0 0 0 0 0 xjoliribon W, 8-17.8 8 110 4 vBiucc 0 0 0 0 0 0 Woode = hick 1 1 0 0 0 0 x-Faced two men in 9th; y — faced one man m 9th. HBP— By Johnson, Burton! Balk —Jackson. PB— Smjth. U-Vargo, Harvey. Weyer, BarLick. T— 2:01. A— 6,533. HAWKS — VS. — CINCINNATI ROYALS FRIDAY, SEPT. 27 8:30 P.M. at GALESBURG HIGH SCHOOL GYM Advance Sole Now RESERVED —... $ 2.50 At Gate S3 00 GENERAL $ 1.50 At Gate $2.00 STUDENTS.-- $ 1.00 — SPONSORED BY — Ralph M. Noble Post 285 — The Galesburg American Legion Benefit — Post and Community Service and Youth Programs MAIL ORDERS HONORED PROMPTLY *3 ON SALE AT THIS! PLACES IEGION HOME—571 E. North St. HAWTHORNE DRUG—15 E. Main UGRANDS SERVICE—Public Sq. *** '••OK

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