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Th Pantagraph B-3 Bloomington-Normal, III. Sun., May 17, 1970 Whites Roll Past Red s n ISU Spring Grid ki& ff: Mm Tit-JwitjffaWiSiaii i, ihwiim, iihiwjwihhwiiiiihimii im rwiwiaiii jvmimam.u WMivi.Wi Bell Makes Yardage By Fred Young Controlled violence, the kind! Yardstick nwt iumi1o nrfisn rntnrnnrl in uiwji jiwjnv I"""! v.4...v.u "" 70ta First Downs 17 Hancock Field Saturday when gv rush;- the Whites bombarded Reds, 38-14, in the annual Illinois State University spring football game. It was the annual question and answer quiz, the springtime test for the ISU footballers, and some of the questions were answered and MMwMMHMmmHiih(.re erp af least a half-dozen i winners have Diled uo so laree. more ex- fiv natcina A the! By penalty 2 Net varas sainea from Scrimmage 261 By rushing I4A By passing 116 Passes attempted 26 Completed 10 Intercepted by 1 Number of punts 5 Average distance 47.8 Number of fumbles 5 Cwn fumbles recovered .. 1 Yards penalized 75 'of his passes that looked true as a score on their white a die, that were dropped by the perienced hands. Bite on Watches Head Coach Larry Bitcon and 21 13 410 236 174 70 10 3 5 43.4 4 3 30 i receiver. ! Mroczkowski had a fine day; in piloting the Whites to an easy 'turned the direction o the piay AidiUJa A,,ar rt u:c occictontc aw fhia V V I IV 44iO ClOvJitJLVLIJLW V UULf victory. young Ron Bell (21) churns up short yardage for the White team Saturday in the annual Illinois State spring foot ball game before being caught from behind by Tyrone Cooper of the Red Squad. Py . 1 siwwea several times mai ne.afternoon and watched the has all the qualifications of a,ame from ,he Dress j &mz real field general-small but with Coach Biy Stone o miShty- Bradley. Coach Dick Bauman of The fact that more than 20. Knox College and-Harry Galla- perhaps in some cases the i fresliman broke illt0 the win" jtin of the Edwardsville branch answers come a little harder, as! , . (U !nig club's lineup is proof j0f Southern Illinois, thev usually do 1 How much imProvement has enough that the ISU recruiting! The Whites were coached by ,. .been made m the offensive line? I staff has oeen on the ball. A lot Jim Hershbereer. Rod Butler. rw cxduipic uii uic qucij- t. w mnv frpshman arelrvf nu fooc uill in thplru;. v. j n.,r.-t. likely to play on the varsity: starting front when the roll is! while the Reds were handled by i called at Central Missouri m tne ; Gerry Hart, Dick Portee, Larry Fine Display 'tirst Sam? next , September. Wagner and Hank Guenther. None of them can be itiev provea max m wis game; jne boys who come w special side: Can Jim Petit, who quar- ncxt fall? terbacked tha varsity last au tumn stand up against tne - - r -i . t i l.: jnniTfrL T ovo answered for all time, of j Bell more than lived up to his; citations up front were Toby junior trom cnicago ana Jiee moincUrh,ano0 nnti,-.Cc anri Rat whnlMPwrs. 24fi-nounfi v.Wm irklp. freshman Bloomington High? Running Speed 215-pound an expert passer, did not get an 'play for Larry Bitcon, showed ! Lockport product and Bob A in his course Saturday, but ttjhe can run outside with any of aworas. a nneoacKer. inen lea Will Ron Bell and Mark Bates was largely because his give the Redbirds the running speed that is needed for a complete attack? receivers fell down badly on him, and it was not because his pin-pointing was poor. In fact em. The offensive line of the Whites must have been stronger, or how else would the Bates Hooked for Tackle Mark Bates (35) Is caught, but not yet downed by White . defender Jim Kuczek with Pat Atkins (54) charging in for the kill at Hancock Stadium. On ground is Reds' Fred Cleland (36). (ISU Photos) ISls First Track Crown Comes in Final 1 1 AC Meet CHARLESTON - The Illinois State University track team barely got under the wire here Saturday. The Redbirds had never won an Interstate Conference track title, but nipped favored Central Michigan University by one point to win the last meet in the IIACs history. The league is disbanding after this season. Central Michigan, aiming for its seventh straight title, had 72 points, while Western Illinois University had 63 and Eastern Illinois University had 58. The Redbirds claimed the meet on depth and a lot of help from Eastern and ' Western which racked up most of the first-place finishes. The Redbirds had nine seconds, however, four thirds, three fourths and six fifth place finishers. ISU's Robin Glover claimed one of the six meet records to fall with a 207-foot 7-inch heave in the javelin to best the record of 206-4 set by Walt Peters of Northern Illinois in 1957. In the mile run, Redbird Alarl Taylor finished two-tenths second off Dike Stirrett's winning time of four minutes 11.6 se- timed at :22.2 for the 220 but The final record fell to finished second. Eastern's Frank Stirrett with a nu lin ,v,rn , t v,v :18.1. time in the three-mile Vern Christopher of Nemfc"- 14:43.7 time last year. Illinois in 1961 with a time of :47.9. Silva improved the long jump record by lxk inches to 24-10'A Friday and won the triple jump Saturday. Two Events Other First ISU'g only other first was claimed by Mike Sweat who won the high jump with a 6-3 leap. Other toD finishes for ISU Rod Jackson won two events,were Billv Lewis' :09.9 for se- conds, but chalked up an ISU;7 T " u V, V cona m uie aasn- uen" schooi record Jim Hutton held of :53 0 ln the 440'yard ,n',nis 23"9'v iumP for se' the old mark of 4:15.5 set inStl?S SJ 1933. Olds Award Two Western Illinois runners, time in the high hurdles. ISU's Malinski's 45-liy4 leap for se Jton zaeske field tne old in- cond in the triple jump and Joe inois Trips Iowa Twice termediate record of :53.4, but scarpino's 52-11 throw for se- unisnea secona in ine event uiis COnd in the shot put. Chuck Sovich and Joe Silva, 'year with a :53.3. I Ralph Williams ended up se- 10 of u Firsts claimed uie Lloyd Olds award. Bill Stoltman of Western was cond in the pole vault to winner Western took 10 of 17 firsts, as the meet's most valuable the other double winner with 'Joe Cullonin on misses. Both but claimed only one place (players. ' i record toss of 170-2 in the discus cleared 14-3. below first, while Eastern had: Sovich captured the 440-yard, Friday and a 53-1 put in the i 1M Yd. osso-i. Brediey (wiui; j Randv Crews three-run triple four firsts. CMU won only the dash in record time of 47.7 shot competition Saturday. He sa);'ye,,l5(uE)l-ume4j and a steady pitching perform- J - y -v T 1' Ail' ...T If? Ar?- ' u V W i Here If Comes Red quarterback Jim Petit (16) readies a pass with end Dale Freeman (85) down' field battling White defender Ted Kubinski for receiving room. CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP) - Nofre Dame Wins Own Golf Meef pole vault and ISU won two seconds and the 220 in :22.2. improved CMU's Pete Miskov's :W 1 events. ISU's Billy Lewis was also 1964 mark by 6-feet 8-inches.!," Rader's Bat Propels Houston To 5th Victory in 6 Games Weiier (CMU); 3. Anderson (CMU)i 4. Collins (EIU); S. Bruening (ISU). Time: :47.7 (record) 80 Yd Run 1. Quick (WlUt; Rossellt (CMU); 3. Coiteils (CMU) 4. Mays (EIU); 5. E09comb (ISU). lime: I.52..6 ance by Al Fritz Saturday led Illinois to 3-2 and 8-3 victories over Iowa in a Big Ten baseball doubleheader. Carthage First At Elmhurst strokes to take the annual No- nament Saturday. individual winner with a 72-75 SAN DIEGO (AP) - Doug Rader drove in hree runs with a homer and single as the Houston Astros beat San Diego 9-7 McCovey's Homers Sinks Los Angeles, 5-4 LOS ANGELES (AP)-Willie McCovey slammed hi. 11th and 12th borne runs of the season, carrying San Francisco to a 5-4 victory over Los Angeles Saturday night as Gaylord Perry won his 100th major league game. SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES nh r h hi ab r h bl Bontft rf 5 0 0 0 Willi s 5 13 0 Heiie it 4 111 Mcja If 4 10 0 Milt Rurt-I. D. Stirretf (EIU)l J Taylor (ISU); 3 Skinner (EIU)) 4. Miyse (EIU)J S. Slnktl (CMU). Tim: 4:11.6. Saturday night for their fifth'raked fors even runs and 13 of i. Mcmtyr (eiu; i. carpmr icmu)' m. miu iciun 9. wiwsen imu;. i hub. . ao ntii ujc viaoo n vuujucuuvii a- i4:i8.i. (record) Tri!,,,-. t ry G'enn, Southern Illinois, tied, uo Yd. High Hurdie-i. jeckson of the 36th annual Elmhurst In- ' ' . . . ...I (EIU) 1. Drumheller (CMU); 3. Zaekel , , , . . ... IOT Second in the maiCn W1U1 (ISU); 4. scnienz (EIU); i. KeicnenDacn (rMlll Tlm! HI tnage capturea tne class b ti- Team scoring - Notre Dame Southern Illinois 770. Ball Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE Edit W L Pet. OB Chicago 17 14 .548 j New York 18 16 .529 "i St Louis 15 1 6 . 484 3 Pittsburgh 16 19 .457 3 Philadelphia 13 31 .383 5' 3 Montreal II 21 J44 6V2 west ICIncinnatl 2i 10 .714 - Atiama T ' Los Anseles ! 15 .559 5'j Houston 18 18 .500 7V2 San Fronriico 18 19 . 486 8 San Dw 16 32 .451 10V4 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. OB Baltimore 24 ,'27 New Y0'i 19 16 .S43 6 Deiroit 15 16 .M 8 Bosti-n 15 V .'o9 t'i Washlnqum U 30 .34 11 ClevHerd II 18 .i7 11 West Minnesota .'1 10 .677 California) 23 11 .667 Oakland . 17 17 .$00 5'. Chicago 15 17 4t9 6'i Kanra City II 31 .344 1C'j Milwaukee II 33 .333 II Kubinski, a 203-pound Ottawa freshman, and Larry Lokanc of Naperville did yeoman work ai outside men. "Maybe it was a matter of emotion," Bitcon said after the game." but the new boys did do well, and I have to be pleased with what I saw and I feel we have had a very good spring session." Well and Alive Contrary to some suspicions, ISU football appears to be alive and well and doing a brisk business with high hopes of better days in the years to come. There were even three backfield men from Pershing High, Detroit, (Coach Will Robinson's old school) and some from Columbus, Ohio, on hand for hospitality purposes. Petit had pitched to Joe Steiglitz after a nice run by Bates when the Whites braced and took over the 30 and, Mroczkowski, the boy with the Notre Dame label hit Bruce Elliott when the Whites began to click late in the first period. Bell raced the final four yards for the touchdown but the pass for the extra points failed. Second Score Bell sprinted 45 yards for the second touchdown for the victors but Don Schertz, one of old reliable holdovers broke up the pass on the try for points. Petit scored the first Reds' touchdown as the new half opened hit the pass failed on try. Jeff Ternes who on a 32-yard pass from Mroczkowski ran the victors' total to 18-6. Bell scored his third touchdown on an 11 yard run. Elliott added the fourth from the two, and Larry Snoddy, who displayed power that, augurs well for his final season scored the second Red touchdown after six yard dash. Some others sharing the spotlight would be Tyrone Cooper, a Decaiur boy, Mir.e Uines ot Moiunuuih and Jim Voelkel of Belleville East. ln ail more than 8U a;hHes got a chance on inis tine foot ball day, the temperature standing around , the 6U degree mark most ol the atternoon. Scar by Quarter! Red Whit victory in six games. the Astros' 16 hits before leav- Reliver Jack Billingham res-jing for a pinch hitter in the sev-cued Don Wilson from a bases- enth. loaded jam in the fifth with the The visitors took a 2-0 lead in ItPSIllfS 440 Yd. Intermediate Hurdle I. Astros ahead by one run, andjthe third on a walk, singles byiiek (cmu" 4. Hagenbrlch (isu'ii s went on to register his first vic.joe Morgan and Tommy DavtejV'swUT?- tory of the season despit a late and a ground out. Nate Col-lj.sy.; 3. Zft?lffi San Tliecm anrop hfrt s mn-uvtrtner rimihlo rlcnprl mi u i.rr t nk. o a me pan n the fourth, hut : Hons- . " ??. ,w.ir.A ' "'J " Uwci i ab xvuaini, u-i, naoj o t , ( C " U ) ) 3. DUPUII ILWUfl 4. urumneuer ton eruptea tor four runs in tneijcMu . wvis (tiui w. umanc: rtvfl. flHA am Dn.lii.1. w4ntl V.rt I ' ' .... ....... pole vault l. cutionin (Cmum 3. Williams (ISU) 3. Davis (EIU)i 4. Smith Mets' Koosman Blanks Philadelphia, 6-0 PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Jerry Koosman scattered four hits in hurling the New York Mets sixth, two on Rader's ninth ho mer and two more on singles by Jesus Alou and Jim Wynn and a double by Davis. John Edwards triple and a single by Morgan added a Houston run in the seventh and the (CMU); 5 Sullender (EIU). Height: 14 ft. 3 In. Shot Put 1. Stoltman fWIUI: 3. Scar-pino (ISU); L Mammarello (CMU); 4. Towm (EIU); S. Swalm (ISU). Distance: 53 ft. 1 In. Discui Throw 1. Stoltman (WIU); 7. Janssen (ISU); 3. Rakowski (twui; 4 tie. 763. Loras scored 57 points to finite 772 Central Mhigan ? :,u .n v,j crrii0v ,.itVi Western Michigan 778. Eastern ish weU ahead of Bradley with ... ... . iviiciiigaii iuu, ifcsitii iiiiiiui 7Qfi Nnrthorn TllinnU RfiS Val- Wisconsin-Milwaukee had 34, naP'ait.n fi7n Ferris 30, St. Ambrose 29, Illi - paraiS0. 870' nois-Chicago 17, Augustana. 111.,' 16, DePaul 10, Loyola of Chica-; BaltltnQte NlDS go 5, Southern Illinois-Edwards-' ... , ville 5, University of Chicago 4. Kr OS))COn, 4-0 niaht NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago J, St. louis 3 Cincinnati 3, Atlanta 0 Pitt.burgh 4, Montreal 3 Nr York 6, PhiladelDhia 0, Houlcn 9, San Diego 7. night Sen- Pranci'oo -5,- Los Angeles 4. night . AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore 4. Wehinglon 3, night Boston 6, .Cleveland 3 New York 7, Detroit 4 Oakland, U, .California 3 Chicago 6, Kansas City 1 Minnesota 11, Milwaukee 7 1 2 3 4 T'l 0 0 6 8-14 U t 6 30-31 I Rtd Team Scorlnff-TD-Petlt l yd. runi; Snoddy (6 yd. Zrun). PAT-snoady , (run). vniie Team Scoring -TO Bell, 3 (4, 45, Ml yd. runs); Ternes, 3 (32 and 31 yd. passes from Mroczkowski); Elliott (3 yd. run). PAT Bell (pass from Mroeikow. SKI). i Individual Stt'ilistk's Name RED Rushing Alt. Gain Lost Net Mark Bates 18 72 6 66 Larry Snoddy 14 58 8 50 Fred Cieiand 7 35 0 ii Jim Petit 13 0 3 Joe Stlegllt 110 1 Fred Corcoran 1 0 10 -19 Totals 42 169 24 145 Raising Nam Com. AN. Int. Yds. NATIONAL. LEAOUE Jim Petit . '0 26 3 1)4 New York (Sadecki 14)) at Philadelphia I Ran Receiving (Bunning 1-4) Nme Rec. Yds. TO Montreal (Stoneman 1-6 or Sparma 0-4) Walt Smitn 5 62 0 at Pittsburgh (Moose 3-3). Uoe St'eollt 2 34 0 ST. Louis t-reo cieiano i (taiiK'N Today Astros senrpd twice in eichth for a 9-2 bulce on :Denis V'JFV to 37 for runner Op and host B()()G powe Eave the tcnld ' hSo (Tartar ooo oltheir tnird consecutive shutout ;Menke's single, a double by Joe ,tnct K7 " 7 ln- (re.c.ord, ,u, Elmhurst. Concordia. River For- Baltimore Orioles a 4-3 victory (Corkins 1 1 r.-j .tt". ,v.n . ; 't i nan 34. i nrro n z. LiUkc - urnc-hinnnn aturriav. I..IV,, V. V , ., ..w -. ' II V t 1 UJIUllLl"" UH.UIWUI U . I Ell I I I ..... .... . rm . ( 1 MVTove'I ib 3 23 wSSir ib 3 o o o past the skidding Philadelphia itirr " 3SS o Grbkwit? S 43oM?Phillies 6-0 Saturday night for Fuentes 2b 4 0 0 onniier c .ii..ka ih 1 I O A InshuA or v7o..o.., ---:-: I-. V"-r. AAA Al-.l-l perry p 3 u y v ip. imi v v v viCWrv. Reberoer P 0 0 0 0 Siwmore 2b 2 0 0 0 ' Gabrlelin ph 1 0 0 0 NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA Lamb p 0 0 0 0 ab r h bl 3 ab r h bl ab r h bl 9 9 9 9 Aoe cf 4 2 10 TTaylor 2b 3 0 0 0 Morgan ?b 5 12 1 Dean II I 0 OiHxrrelion it 5 3 3 1 Gamble cf 4 0 0 0 Murtlnei Ih 1 0 0 0 VKellv 3b 4 0 10 JAlou rf 6 12 0 Campbell 3b 5 0 2 1' :41.7 3 0 2 0 Wynn ef 3 12 1 Murrell cf 4 1 Pepitone and a single by Rader. Maimski usui; '3. Noti , , . . t . iuj 1 tnicaoo uenxini jsi er t. iouis rrra im u Lewis 3 and Roosevelt of Chi- WASHINGTON (AP) - ::'"'".. PJI Lr!!Tn ! i 2 J. KflKOWF t v.rmu j ; m T'onio v aiunc r sua jovi m lout jhwvu j ... 1 0 y Swan (ISU); 5 Glovr (ISU). Distance: Ldgu L. BrOI.'kS Robinson S three-run h0- Cincinnati (Simpson J-l and Merrill 7-2), rumin A the Javelin Th-r-w-1. G'.i-e' (I'D)! 2.1 tartliage piled Up 01 V2 poinw m;r anfJ a run-SCOring Single by i San Francisco (Robertson 3-2) at Los Ron Koesler 5 239 47 1 McFarland (EIU); 3. Painter (isu)i .4. tn 07 tnr runner UD and nOSt nn Pn,i,nl1 oasio tlio fnrrirl "uZ -m-...; r n,.a, n,. ko p.mt mi vn. Joe Stlrflllli 116 29 0 145 Dan Jones 0 0 25 25 LEAGUE Mark Bates 23 f n'lforn a (Wrioht 4-3 and Garrett 3 0) Walt Smi'h ua e i-rceman HOUSTON Mnrmiin B Lelebvra ph 1 0 Total 33 5 I Total 0 1 Harreiion 11 5 3 3 1 Gambl ef : . .. . CJonei If S 0 2 1 hisi rf 34 4 11 4,cindnnon lb 4 0 1 0 Money 3b Pickering- (CMU); 5. Sullander (EIU). p06f 10 Norm Park 17, Mac pinht pytpriflirKJ fhp Cpnntnrs' at Oakland (Ort.m 3-2 fnd Finseri 2-1), 2 Dae Fr SAN DIEGO Dislance: 48 ft. 1 in. i' '...,,,, -iv nl5nl. extcnamg ine SendlOri Minnesota (Perry 5-2) at Milwauke. abrhbl 440 Yd. V.nily Relay 1. W. stern Murray 12',., HlliSaale 8. Mllll- Win!? Strcnk ii nine Games. Bmin 1-3 or Kr,ius- 3 6). ean 11 3 0 0 0 (Carlson, Sovich, Silva, Bradlty); 3.i" ' ' ' ni.,0 c fH '"""'fa 8,111 lJ ,ll,,c eal,,ca' I Kar'.is City (Dragi 1-3 anr) Rntler 2-7' , Kelly 3b 1 1 1 l! Central Mlchifl.m; 3. Illinois Stale, Urn: kin 6, George Williams 5, JUd- v,unam ,,,..,,. 'at Chlcano (Jeneskl 3-3 and Johnson 0 0) N.,m. 32 17 :. m..l.t.. 1 a a a a a 1 Lo Aniwlei . Joroensn Ib 0 0 00 Joseph lb 1 a 4 Swoboda rf 5 13 Brlpai If LiH4 Foy 3b 4 0 2 1 Hutto If 3 0 0 OITDavli If 5 0 2 2 Ferrara If 1 0 0 0'Menk is 5 111 Arcla or . 1 0 0 0 Pepitone lb 5 2 3 1 Colbert lb . .. , ....!. ii- 1... baltimoke WAbtiirn.ion 1 Don Be an. 'IWHItl, QUA inn E V V l' If I ' ...kl.i . . k ' .. ... . . . . . . t . Vestern (Bobbtnhouse, Bulli ollu " m , . ,. ea,.i. . u , ' Baltlmor (cuenar 4--) at wasninqior truce tinmr ; y.esiern iBuuuinnuinc, Buiorrf If il l Rrnkman as 3 0 0 0 ir-.i. 1.1 0.1, :..,, Mjirri Reianqer is 41 0 UNeison id a 0 1 Detroit (Cain 1-2 and Hlller 2-01 at Nc Jetf lernes 1 -- l, ..t'JST nos.il Pranelieo J.lGnote e 1 0 2 0 Compton C 1 00 0i Rader 3b 5 12 3 OBrown rf 1 iT-ii. 1 iOftSari Francisco Weli 2b 4010 Batti e - 3 0 0 0 Edward! e 4 2 2 0 Hunti 3b Lot Anqetel 1. LOB sn rranwio t, , K ia Bowa u. 3010nwilon b 2000 Barloii e vjk3oi it 1 v v v uniingnm p t v y v uuuson i raimer p iigg eouion P 9 0 0 0 Ks P DJonnson pn 1 9 9 9 MJackin p St 0 0 I M 1 7R Wl S. M), McCovey 2 (12). $B Grabrkewlti, Hendtreon. $ Perry. Perrv (W3-4) Reberser Foster (L,J-4) Lamb Normn IP H R ER BB SO .. 7J411 4 4 4 :;,(i4i e 0 0 j . . . . 1-3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0. Mil DaLiu-1 J J 1 ' Silva, Quick, Sovich); i. .Ctntrall-,, 3 each 4 1 2 T I ""'C'O1"' lllinoii aiait. innei j.ih.t. . 2 0 0 01 Total 40 15 Total 31 0 4 0 New York Philadelphia Total Spieihj ph 43 1 16 t Total 37 7 10 Canceleil FRoblnsn rf 3 1 3 0 FHoward 1 b 4 0 1 0,York (Peterson 4-2 and Waslewskl OO), 2 Kevin Rund 2 JPowell lb 3 0 11 Reichardt 13211 Cleveland (Moor 3-2) al Boston (Lee Mike Summeivllle ... 2 Blair ef 4 116 ARodroei 3b 4 1 J',.,, Grefl Mrocikowskl .. 4 RRoblnsn 3b 4 1 1 3 Comer rf DJohnson 2b 4 0 0 4 Epstein ph Hendrcki e 4 0 10 Stroud Cf McNally P Watt d Culken ph Pina p 3 0 0 0 Casanova C 1 0 0 0 CO o 002 004 1 1 0- t 000 100 1 i-7 Total .15 4 8 4 Total Sava-Reberor. T-2:5, A-42,241. E-Harrelson. DP-New York 1,1 f-Huntr, Menke t08-Houton 11, Phiiarte'Dhla 2 LOB -New York 11, 5on Dieqo ?B Campbell, Colbert, Ph&phS 8 3B-We Har?r.k,3n: .T Davis, Barton ,PjPltonj -OBrown -Swoboda. Fov 3, Money. S3 Aaee 2,! Edwards. HR-Rader (9) SB-T.Davis, Harrelson, CJonei. Pepitone, Morg-w, S- Dcbson. - ID kl D IB IS Kfl IP H R ER BB SO D wn 4 1.3 4 1 I 2 I Jill Billimham (W,1 0) 3 2 3 4 4 4 3 - . . . u,JOiiavM tt w.-T Z . I 1 HOUIOn It I l in a dOUbUheaUer , Palmer 3 1-3 5 0 0 7 3 nooson (L,3-4) .... 1 13 7 7 4 4 . v-lLi:-' 1 " " " BBo 3 i 000 joojo ? S 0 0 1000 0 00 0 WHITE Rushii Att. Gain Lws Net 33 141 II 130 47 0 17 37 2 25 15 0 IS 12 0 12 4 4 0 7 10 -1 10 8 241 27 234 28 3 3 GMC Opens Tonight CMC Trucks opens its softball season at O'Neill Park here at 7 ;n j o tonight In a doumtneaueraime .. atrainut Chanute Air Force 1 2 2 0 The scheduled Illinois Stole Unlveriity boseball gome .. ail. 1AI. .1 . I l.l...lk aft iaa.t J ttmlAnV KtflC wun liiinon wesieyon 7 --' -,,l(lm8r, been conce'ed occording to ISU baseball coach Duffy Washington . he . D.lllmA, 1 DOSS. . iM.i.hixfnn 1 ?B F- Robin. rn. HR Bast laid the cancellation resulted from ISU selec- peicha.dt u). B Ru-inson 5), DOM iUia ..., J IVA.I-. A.Rodnquer (4). SB-Belanner. S Cox. flOn TO Tne rNV.A miawesT urgionui tvviuvj vmm commitment to moke up postponed College Conference v-cNaiiv (w. i) of Illinois and Wisconsin games. c'oV a,3-3) The two teams ha ven't met line 1 967. i pin HBP-by McNally Pnin MILWAUKEE - Illinois oio 3M oo-i Stte University wes ralneH lob-Baltimore i, fut cf a noncsnference base ball series with Wisconsin-Milwaukee here Saturday. At many as thre qames had ben planned. The games were canceled. George Klein . . . 2 Totals 57 renin Nam Comp. AW. Int. Yd. Ores MrocAowskl . 10 17 0 174 Steve Merdis . 0 2 0 0 Mike SummervtMe 0 110 pass Recti vim IP H R ER B SO 7 1-3 6 3 3 3 6 1 2-3 0 0 0 0 2 7 7 4 4 4 6 2 1 00 0 1 "(Stroud). T ;- Name jetf remes Jim Hall B'uco Filler) Jim Voelkel Nam Vike H,nr. Name jn Vir.klev P&n Bell Jim Voelkel Jim Kurrek Bob Swords i Jtf Ternes . Yds. TO 5 170 J 2 31 0 7 11 0 1 17 0 NO. Yd Ay. 5 21' "4 Return Si' ' li" KO Puil Int Yds. 0 0 " " 15 0 0 11 Puntln 13 0 0 0 Lnanme m. hbM Palmar (Wls). T 2:1i. 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