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1 h r 1 * v4* M f » II t *T * I •— m in Victory Indians BY NfilL HERSHBERG DPI Sports Writer Wilbur Wood and Dick Allen White and Murder connected in the third. Major Box Chicago fib » 4 0 2 1 a hbl l l a 2 o o Kelly Mny 5 D Alien 4 1 Melton fl 0 notch 'tit HOD Sharp 0 0 0 0 Moser a I t 0 Herf'nn A 1 Lfton A 1 Ortii 4 0 0 Wood 0 2 0 1 1 0 Bell , nfll'ncl Ab f h to! Ab t h hi A 0 1 4 0 0 1 .1 end'ck 4 Spikes 4 Duncnn .1 0 Ellis a 0 Ch'bllss .1 Torres .1 Wilcox I 1 1 0 0 1 1 ItOAfi M 0 0 01 Strom IFflrm'r . . . „ , „ Danny Walton slammed his are both Masoned major league fourth home ru t back Bert veterans but it's their youthful B j y i eVen . s two . hlt pitchlng as enthusiasm that help explain Minnesota blanked fialtimore. why the Chicago White i Sox are Blyleven, now 7-6, struck out In first place in the American flve m \ walked three. League's Western division. Texas downed Boston behind Totol 36 5 10 fi organ Tolrtn Bench o Perez o 0 stnhl ooo cono'n 0 Menke 0 Sheln'rrt 0 oer'mo 0 Carroll 0 Borbon Hull 0 0 0 i 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 a a ooo ooo o i o 0 t 0 o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 Totnl 31 2 ft Score by innings: „ Chicago 030 020 000-3 Clevofahd - 000 101 000—2 t>p—Chicago 1, Cleveland 1. LOB —Chicago 8, Cleveland 4. May. 21 Sprflfjua Lockl'r 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 lib Monday a Chicago Bcckert 8 2 wirum* n o BOUfq'« 4 Santo" .1 Card'al 4 Hundl'y 4 i 1 0 0 2 hbl I 2 2 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 o o oAker ooo r ktt'tfef a o o o pappaa 2000 Laroche 0000 Bonham 0000 Hick'an 10 10 James 0 1 0 0 10 0 0 total 30 nifl 8 Total 33 6 10 0 Score by innings: Cincinnati 200 120 000 —15 picking St. Louli Brock SizG'orfl Torre ab r 4 4 0 0 0 0 hbi 0 Nelson »s I » 8 MeTdez Cruz Tyson Reltz Kel'her Wise Carbo 4 4 4 4 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 r 't '' r \ in »11 Out Coming Home Wood pitched a five-hitter in, up his 14th victory hom6 runs b y ^ Burroughs Friday night, and Allen ^ Rico Carty. The offensive smashed his 15th homer to lead pwer enabled Pete Sroberg to Chicago over the faltering 8 flJn h,s s ^ond victory against Cleveland Indians, 6-2. The flv * Burroughs' homer victory kept the White Sox a ?P etied fourth *nd C flrt y hafrgame in front of the homered after Dave onrushing Minnesota Twins in W le ln the seventh, the AL West Detroit's Mickey Lolich The Cleveland bench got on hurled a six^hltter to beat the Allen wh&i he was batting In A'a with the aid of Willie the third Inning and a (brawl Morton's solo homer and a run- HM SW nearly resulted when Cleveland scoring single. Horton, who had steIn third-base coach Joe Lute hit in 14 consecutive games, led charged out of the dugout, off the fourth with his seventh Allen was restrained by Manag* homer off Vida Blue, er Chuck Tanner, but he said singled home the Tigers' fourth he was just going over to see run in the fifth. what Lutz wanted, "I came to Jerry Bell pitched his second ^ 0 &J- 3) I play ball, not fight. I've never consecutive three-hitter as the Reed (*3-7f""8 been kicked out of a game in Brewers reeled off their sixth my life." win in Seven starts by bombing The White Sox staked Wood]California. Bell also beat to a 3-0 lead in the HHfl—Spikes (13), D. Chicago - -200 110 20x—6 ' ' ' Kelly LoS -Cinclnnatl «. Chicago fi. 28—Williams 2, Hundley. 3B— t erbbio Hundley. HRs-Perez 2 0 & 10), ?22ft Bourque (3), Monday (12). SB- 5 5 !J i Morgan. ^ h Allen (15), Mendrick (fl). SB 2. lp h Wood (\V 14-5) 0 fi Wilcox (L 3-3) 4% fl Strom 2\'a 1 Farmer 2 1 T—2:20. A—0.505. 0 0 0 0 0 1 A 1 oooo 10 0 0 Oates Garr Evans Aaron 5 3 A Borbon Hall (L5-3) i% 3 Allan!ft|Sprngue „. ^ 0 Pappas- 6 0 Laroche % 0 1 1 Bonham - .. Va 0 olAIcer (W4-2) .... 2 1 ab t 5 2 hbl 2 0 Jackson 0 Lum Baker Johns'n Perez Heed Frisella 4 4 4 4 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 r et bb «o 3 3 3 2 2 2 0 0 112 2 0 0 0 0 B B 1 2 oooo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Pappas pitched to one batter in 01 seventh: Borbon pitched to one bat- olter in seventh. 1 o 0 2 0 Total 32 3 6 3 Score by innings: St. Louis 010 Total 37 5 12 4 Piliibufslh ab t h bl Sten'ett 6 0 10 Cash 4 0 0 0 Oliver 4 2 Stargell 4 1 Hebncr 4 0 Sang'len 4 0 Rob'ts'n 2 Houston ab r hbl 2 2 2 1 0 3 0 0 100 Hnrton I Atlanta 021 001 nullum E _ Lunl( Tyson 2 . Perez, DP—Atlanta 1. LOB- Atlanta 10. olo Olx- 3 5 DaVTo Clines May Ellis Cruz. St. Louis G, | oiiisti Zlsk lp h r er bb so 0 4 2 2 1 3 110 5 3 3 3 Alley 1 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 ynrt 3 0 1 1 etzger 4 0 12 Cedeno 4 0 10 Watson 4 110 L. May 4 0 2 0 Hoder 4 0 0 0 OlEd'ards 2 111 0 Helms 3 12 0 0 0 Forsch 2 0 0 0 Ste'art 0 10 0 Cra'iord 0 0 0 0 Ray 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Frisella 1 10 0 0 Save—Frisella (3). WP—Heed. T—2:20. A—5,242. 1 4 0 Total 35 3 9 3 Total 30 4 9 4 Frank Howard of the Detroit Tigers was a little too slow '><\ht\ was out as lie tried to come home from third base on ".Ed Brinkman's caught fly to left field. Oakland A's catcher Gene Tenace applies the tag on Howard for the double play. The Tigers Won 4 -1. UNIFAX dim Unitas Signs With San Diego Major League Standings National League East :rrSAN DIEGO (UPI) football's Wheth- greatest in history can er .pro quarterback make the San Diego Chargers winners at age 40 is problematical, but the team's brass was beaming Friday as John Unitas signed a two-year contract. , r r '[ "I couldn't be more pleased than to get 'this settled after so Jong," Coach Harland • Svare iaid. * "We've just signed Mr. Great MVIr. No. 19,'' owner Gene Klein said. "He's the greatest ever to play quarterback." Chicago Pittsburgh Montreal St. Louis New York Philadelphia w. 1. pet. g.b. 33 22 .600 — 23 25 .479 6Vz 25 .479 6% 27 .471 7 23 24 22 27 .449 8 21 West 32 .396 11 w. I. San Francisco 38 21 pet. .644 g.b. "As Svare uses -Lombard i the' Vince of ball system ..control, Unitas feels he ean fit uasilv. He said his arm is fine Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Diego 34 22 .607 2% 30 24 .556 32 21 20 26 33 37 .552 .389 .359 '5% 5% 14% 17 American League East 1. Detroit New York Baltimore Milwaukee Boston Cleveland w. 29 24 29 25 24 24 pet. g.b. .547 — .537 Vt .500 1% 27 .481 3% 26 .480 3% 25 24 20 33 .377 9 West but indications are he would prefer to throw short and let the runners earn their money. Acquired in January from the Baltimore Colts, Unitas dick- ,pr#fi almost five months before signing what was believed to be close to a $500,000 contract. player's ' he + -Jit's a standard Friday's Results Chicago 6 Cincinnati 5 Montreal 17 San Fran 3 Atlanta 5 St. Louis 3 Houston 4 Pittsburgh 3 Los Angelas 5 New York 3 Philadelphia 5 San Diego 1 Today's Probable Pitchers (AM times EDT) San Francisco (Bradley 5-2) at Motreal (McAnally 3-1), 8 p.m. Los Ang,eles (Downing 5-2) at New York (Matiack 2-8), 2:15 p.m. San Chicago Minnesota California Kansas City Oakland Texas w. 1. pet. g.b. 29 20 .592 29 21 .580 % 27 24 .529 3 30 27 .526 3 27 28 .491 5 18 32 .360 11% Rick Monday Beats Reds On Homer CHICAGO (UPI) - Whitey Lockman and Rick Monday may soon be available to Little (Greif Diego Philadelphia (Brett 3-2), 4^6) at 7:30 Friday's Results Minnesota 2 Baltimore 0 Texas 5 Boston 2 New York 8 Kan City 1 Chicago 5 Cleveland 2 Detroit 4 Oakland 1 Milw 8 California 2 Today's Probable Pitchers (All Times EDT) Detroit (Perry 7-3) at Oakland (Holtzman 10-3), 3:30 p.m. Milwaukee (Colborn 6-2) at California (May 4-5), 10 p.m. Boston (Pattin 5-7) at Texas (Dunning 0-2), 8:30 p.m. New York Leaguers — and even big leaguers on how to manage a ball club and how to follow orders. Lockman's Chicago Cubs were trailing the Cincinnati Reds 5-4 as they entered the seventh inning and Lockman sent Jim Hickman to hit for the pitcher. "If he gets on, don't try to advance him unless you get a strike on you," Lockman told Monday, who followed in the in let er contract for two years, p.m. Cincinnati (Billingham 8-2) at at Kansas 'said, but his manner indicated.Chicago (Jenkins 6-4), 2:15 p.m. something more might be ;iflV(>lved. He already has a 10- ye$r ? 300,000 contract for 'services with the Colts after his playing days are over but 'defined to discuss that. 4^ .-•He said he had no coaching aspirations at this time but w r -u'd try to help individuals if !' ^'"od 'rm. One those St. Louis (Spinks 1-4) at Atlanta (Niekro 4-2), 6 p.m. . Pittsburgh (Moose 4-5) at Houston (Roberts 6-3) 8:30 p.m. (Stottlemyre 7-5) City (Drago 5-5), 8:30 p.m. Chicago (Gossage 0-4) Cleveland (Perry 6-6), 6 p.m. Minnesota (Hands 5-5) at Baltimore (Cuellar 2-8), 7 :30 p.m. Major League Leaders .V'-u'd be ve"ersn T -rad'ng Batters National League g. ab r. h. th'ee-year > - -u,i quarterback Wayne »k/ who refused to sign until Maddox, SF 46 174 22 62 .y'flltas* status was known. Mota, LA 35 121 16 42 .347 58 207 38 70 .338 , 43 174 13 58 Watsn, Hnu Bonds, SF 59 245 61 81 51 55 39 60 63 pet. 356 Lopes, LA Cash, Pit 45 154 23 40 167 29 batting order. (, Just rip." Hickman lined a single to left field a n cl left-handed relief pitcher Tom Hall replaced right­ hander Pedro Borbon for the Reds. It appeared a wise change since Monday bats from the left. But Monday lined Halls first pitch into the right field bleachers, to send the Cubs in front 6-5 and chalk up his 12th home run of the season, one more atjthan he hit all last year. Sparky Anderson, Reds manager, admitted he was outfoxed. "I was expecting a bunt, of course,' Anderson said. "No outs, a man on first and only one run behind. What else?" Monday's blow wiped out the effect of Tony Perez' two home runs, his ninth and 10th of the! c"s?n. The Reds' first baseman •333 ! e d 0 ff th'j fourth inning with a •331;hcmsr and drove in Bobby Tolan ahead of him with an- a 3-u teaa-in tne second Chicago, 7-1, on a three-hitter against Milt Wilcox - on run- Sunday. The Brewers collected scoring singles by Eddie Leon, 15 hits, including a bases-loaded Pat Kelly and Carlos May. The double by John Briggs for their setback was the eighth straight final three runs in the eighth for Cleveland. In other games New Kansas York Inning. Houston Ross to Broncos DENVER (UPI) Ross, a free agent out of the University of New Mexico, signed a contract Friday with the Denver Broncos. Score by innings; Pittsburgh 002 OOO 010—:J Houston 01O 000 30x—4 DP—Pittsburgh 1, Houston 1. LOB —Pittsburgh 7, Houston 5. 2B—Hebner, Oliver. HR—Stagcll (17). SB—Cedeno. SF- Ellis (L5-6) Giusti Forsch (W 6-5) . Crawford Ray Save—Hay (3). (Stewart). Edwards, lp h r cr bb so fi% 0 4 4 1 0 1','u 0 0 0 0 0 7 6 2 2 13 1 3 110 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 HBP—by Ellis whipped Minnesota blanked City, 8-1, Baltimore, 2-0, Texas downed Boston, 5-2, Detroit beat Oakland, 4-1, and Milwaukee downed California, 8-2. In National League play, Los Angeles beat New York, 5-3, Philadelphia downed San Diego, 5-1, Houston edged Pittsburgh, 4-3, Atlanta topped St. Louis, 53, and Chicago shaded Cincinnati, 6-5. Designated hitter Jim Ray Hart hit two homers and Roy had White and each Bobby Murcer one eacn as New York beat Kansas City. Hart homered in the third and seventh while Rbnsn, Phil 36 120 19 Cnwfrd, LA 54 185 35 Wms, Chi 54 196 30 .331 .329 .325 .324 .321 F .-I- • v - * < - m "AT • VOLKSWAGEN VACATION READY! Summer Oil Lube Valve Adjustment Tune Up Tires Exhaust System Body Work • American League g. ab Bknbrg, NY 38 Horton, Det 26 Krkptk, KC Kelly, Chi Suarcz, Tex 46 38 31 112 99 169 149 93 r. 20 16 29 25 14 46 37 57 50 31 pet. .411 .374 .337 .336 .333 Carew, Min 49 186 32 61 n.Allen, C"ii 49 181 33 59 ifi 135 21 42 • llml.sn. Chi .1 Maybry, KC 5 Kisk, Bos 57 20(1 37 47 174 24 Home Huns .328. . 32fi i 8 .311 .310 other in the fifth. Pat Bourque, the Cubs' rookie first baseman, also hom­ ered, belting his third of the season, with Glenn Beckert aboard in the first inning. Monday's shot made a winner of Jack Aker, the Cubs' hardworking relief pitcher who has 11 saves but for a change was credited with a full - blown win | to up his record to 2-4. East Moline Race Results FIRST RACE: (mile pace)— Lang's Princess tn (L Martin) 11.60 3 .4(1 P..40 Eddy Henley <K. Smith) 3 .60 2 .40 Miss Mary Way (R. Thompson Sr.) 2.40 Time: 2:10 .1 SECOND RACE: (mile pace)— Genado (S. HarmanC 6 .40 4 .00 3 .60 Miss May Byrd „ nn (R. Tuflle) , n .00 6 .20 Birthday Time (B. Shepherd) 6.00 Time: 2:09.4 Daily Double—6 & 5. Paid $49.00. THIRD RACE: (mile pace)— Trainor Smithy (L. DeJulius) 3 .80 3 .40 3.00 Royal Black (T. Towne) 8.40 5.60 Tight Schedule (G. McMurray) 3 .40 Time: 2 :07 .2 FOURTH RACE: (mile trot)— Branch Bold Moot (M. Bumstead) 14.20 7.80 4.40 Abbie Tartan (C. Wilcoxen) 10.40 5.80 Good Fortune (L. Klowsky) 5.80 Time: 2:09.2 FIFTH RACE: (mile pace)— Satalite Sul (K. Linton) 4.00 3.20 2.80 Reed's Clara (L. Banks) 8.60 6.20 Boneventure (C. Wilcoxen) 3 .20 Time: 2:08.1 SIXTH RACE: (mile trot)— Lannie Babe (E. N'ry) 3 .20 3 .40 2 .60 Family Guy (E. McMillian 5.20 2.60 Steve (M. Gibson) 2 .40 Time: 2 :04 .2 SEVENTH RACE: (mile pace) — RefRie Commander <L. Williams I 6.00 3.00 3.00 Joke Time (D. Van De Rostyne) 4 .00 3.00 Head Man (D. Shecly) 4 .20 Time: 2 :06 .2 EIGHTH RACE: (mile pace)— Royai Moot (K. Linton) 0.2O 2.80 2 .80 Dudley Darney (C. Wilcoxen) 2.60 2.60 Sardar (R. Einhaus) 5 .00 Time. 2:09 .2 NINTH RACE: (mile pace)— Willowbrook Marv (R. Thompson Sr.) 17.80 8.60 6.00 Lumber Dazzle (G. Funt's) 9.80 8 .00 Yates Boy (H. Fabert) 6 .00 Time * 2 '07 'J Late Double—7 & 2. Paid' $87.60. TENTH RACE: (mile pace)— Battle Boy (R. Tuftie) 4.00 3 .00 2.80 Queen's Ringleader (S. LeRoy) 4.20 3 .20 John L. Purdue (B, Pcrrin) H .Gil 62 53 .305 National League: Stargell, Pitt 17; Bonds, SF 15; Aaron, Stl 13; Evans, All, Monday, Chi, Bench, Cin and Wynn Hou 12. Seme© D* Wi Mon. 8 to 9 PM , ... Open T «t», thru Fri, 8 to 5 r' Let John Turn*, and hjs f actpry tra ined mechanics help you have , va „ t j on . • MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW (309} 343-5191 ***** VOLKSWAGEN, INC. DLAH9 American League: D. Allen,! Chi 15; Spikes, Clev and Maybarry, KC 13; Kisk, Bos,! Murcer, NY, Banclo and Tenace, Oak 11. i Runs Batted In i I National League: Bench, Cin; and Ferguson, LA 44; Stargell, .Pitt 40; Bonds, SF 39; : Williams, Chi, Watson, Hou, Cey, LA and Oliver, Pitt 35. f Bowman Shoe Store in downtown Galesburg will be closed all day Monday American League: 1 1 KC 5-L Jackson, Melton. Chi 39; I). and Murcer. NY 37. Mayberry Oak 43; Allen, Cji •'•4 and Tuesday next week to prepare for the largest sale event in their history, Watch Tuesday's paper for complete details. Sale starts 7 A.M. Wednesday §tdt if* MAIN at SEMINARY For The Handsomest Father's on Father's Day June 17th King For Day Speciol Prices for Monday Tuesday Wednesday Only KNIT SPORTCOATS regular $60 and $65 $45 Give him a new look for this special day with a blazer or pattern sportcoat. From regular stock in an array of styles and fashion's latest colors. Sizes 38-46 short, regular and long. KNIT SLACKS regular $15 to $18 $ .50 Just the touch he needs to go with that great looking new sportcoat. Famous name brands that have been laken from regular stock. Make your selection from solids, stripes, and patterns. Sizes 34-42 waist. SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS regular $6 to $8 $ 4.50 gift that keeps on giving with everyday, every Father can use lots of new shirts that give a lift to his summer wardrobe. Famous name brands in solids, patterns and stripes. Permanent press for easy care. TIES regular $5 to $6.50 21 Add the final touch to a whole new ook for father with a necktie he'll think is the gretatest one yet. Famous name brands in fashions latest style and colors. Vast array of patterns and stripes. men i main level Gift Certificates are available for any amount at the office on the fourth floor if you want to let Father do his own shopping. if

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