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14 Gotesbyrfl Register-Mai?,„Gg|esburfl> Ml Tuesday, Sept, 17, 1963 Iowa Loses Halfback Due To Injuries CHICAGO (AP)—Midwest football briefs: - IOWA-First string halfback Bob Lezotte has been ruled out of action for the season because of head injuries. Gary Simpson will probably fill in for Lezotte. MINNESOTA - Five sopho- "mores worked out with the Gophers' first unit and all five might be in the starting lineup against Nebraska a week from Saturday. ' They arc ends Bob Bruggers and " John Rajala, guard Bill Dallman and halfbacks Dick Harren and Fred Farthing. PURDUE-Senior fullback Gene Donaldson and reserve halfback Ron Kubecka were back in action after an injury layoff. The Boilermakers went through a light workout. MICHIGAN STATE - Dick Proebstle and Steve Jtiday arc running neck-and-neck for the Spartan quarterback job. MSU has cut back fo one-a-day workouts. WISCONSIN — Correcting mistakes which popped up in Saturday's scrimmage, the Badgers , : . prepared for their opener against .Western Michigan. NORTHWESTERN—A neck in- rjury has sidelined guard Larry Zeno. Otherwise, the Wildcats are in top shape for their opener at Missouri Saturday. MICHIGAN — Bob Timberlake .,, is Michigan's No. 1 quarterback, but Frosty Evashevski is moving up rapidly and might win over the top job. The son of Iowa's Election of Club Officers Held for '63 The Knox County Horseshoe Association held its annual meeting ' Sunday and elected its officers for the coming season. Harry Anderson was re-elected president while Russ Rubinson was installed as vice president, Andy Horn as secretary and Ross Sornberger as treasurer. New directors appointed were Ellery Courson, George Stegall, Benny Meyers, Henry Hardister, Carl Voorhees and Don Commin- gore. ., Knox and Warren Counties will hold a combined banquet Saturday in Monmouth. Reservations are to be made through president Anderson or secretary Sornberger. All trophies and cash prizes will be awarded at that time. athletic director and former Wolverine star will probably head Michigan's No. 2 unit. INDIANA—Guard Dennis De- Blasis suffered a broken bone in his right foot Saturday. He will be replaced by Jim Rapp. OHIO STATE—Malt Sncll, an end who might also play fullback, and lineman Ormonde Ricketts were elected co-captains of the Ohio State football team. ILLINOIS - First and second string left ends Bill Pasko and Gregg Schumacher were sidelined with injuries along with guard Lynn Stewart. Pasko has a hip bruise, Schumacher pulled a leg muscle and Stewart a possible bladder infection. NOTRE DAME—Guard Wayne Allen suffered a knee injury and might be lost for the season. Irish practices were cut to one- a-day. GHS-Woodruff Tickets on Sale General admission (adult and student) tickets for the Galesburg-Peoria Woodruff High School 'football game in Peoria Thursday night may be purchased now until 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon at LeGrand's Service Station. W. Illinois Loop Hikes Admissions FAIRVIEW—The Western Illinois Conference, of which Valley Senior High School is a member, has recently voted to change the admission prices for all athletic contests between member schools. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Illini Vote In Officers At Meeting Coaches and school officials attended the annual Illini Conference fall meeting Monday night -at Harbor Lights. Officers were elected with Charles Bednar, Galesburg athletic director who has been serving as league president for the past year, voted in as secretary- treasurer for the coming season. This is nothing new for Bednar who previously held this position for several years. Frank Leach, formerly of Galesburg and now principal at Limestone High School, was elected the new president. James Golby, Kewanee principal, became vice president, and William Hughes, Richwoods director of athletics, statistician. Official recognition was also given conference championships won last spring. Galesburg won the title in golf and varsity baseball and sophomore track. Pekin took honors in varsity track and tennis. Calendar dates for the 1963-64 season were set with the next league meeting Dec. 2 at Kewanee. POWER TO SPARE—AI Partin, Knox College football coach, watches in disbelief as Stan Flood, 6-4 230-poundcr from Liberty- villc, holds a tackling dummy in each hand. Stan is one of the big men in the forward wall Partin is counting on this fall. Siwashcrs will open the 1963 season Saturday afternoon at Beloit. Their first home game is Sept. 28' against Grtnnell. (Galesburg Register-Mail photo by staff photographer Phil Turncy. Knox Grid Team Improved By MIKE LAWRENCE On the one hand, no one in the Knox camp is ready to predict a championship for the 1963 Siwash grid- ders. On the other hand, no one among head coach Al Partin, his coaches, and his players foresees as dismal a season as Knox had last year when it posted an 0-8 mark. "We're as big as any team in the league with our line averaging around 205," Coach Partin commented, as the Siwashcrs prepared for their season opener at Beloit Saturday afternoon. "We are slow, but we do have hard runners," he continued. In addition, the Siwashers have 15 men on the roster who have earned monograms. Veterans Back Back from last year are seniors Gene Watts, Terry Klopcic, Frank Cottrell, Gary Nics, Dave Eiss, Dan Rusk and Jeff llcllbcrg along with juniors Duke Botthof, Ken Grimm, Hadlcy Pullen, Rich Sodetz, Don Harrington and Joe Mastcrson. Also on the roster is Garry Fleming, a regular two years ago, who sat out the 1962 season because of a back injury. Nies and Eiss are the Siwash co-captains. Top candidates at the end spots are Klopcic, Grimm, Nies, and sophomore Mike Zielke. Partin terms his ends as "slow, but good receivers." Seeing action at tackle will be Cottrell and three sophomores- Carl Eiseman, Bob Misiorowski, and George Krapplc. Slated for service at the guards are Rusk, Watts, Master- son, Hellberg and Sodetz. Regular Center Flood, regular tackle last fall, will be the starting center for the Siwashers, with another veteran, Pullen, giving him relief. At quarterback, Partin has two strong candidates in Botthof and sophomore George Shea. Botthof was a starter as a sophomore last fall, while Shea has been impressive in early drills. Both are strqng on defense with Partin calling them "his two best defensive men." Harrington, a regular as a sophomore in 1962, will pace the halfback corps. Other top candidates are Bob Brasile and Wayne Steward, a pair of first-year men. Eiss Returns Eiss, who sat out all but two games last fall with a hand injury, will be the starting full back. A versatile performer, he runs and throws well along with being a top defensive performer. Backing him up will be sophomore Pete Holstrom. Senior Dave Soskin will handle the place-kicking chores for the Knoxites. Knox should be better balanced this season, and Partin says, "the boys seem to be doing a better job now than they were at this time last year." Although Knox has the smallest team in the conference, number- wise, there is no doubt that it could pull some big surprises in the 1963 Midwest Conference race. The potential is there. Schedule Sept. 21—Beloit, away. 28—Grlnnell, home. Oct. 5—Lawrence, home. 12—Coc, away. 19—Monmouth, away. 26—Carleton, home. Nov. 2—St. Olaf, away. 9—Cornell, home. Phillies Pick L. A. for Flag PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Phillies, in a poll, have picked the Los Angeles Dodg ers to win the National League pennant this year. Fifteen of the Phillies picked the Dodgers and 12 thought the St. Louis Cardinals would win. Palmer Still Leads in Money DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP)-Arnold Palmer continues to lead money winners on the golfing circuit with $101,555 through the Seattle Invitational, the Professional Golfers' Association reported Monday. Jack Nicklaus holds second place, followed in order by Julius Boros, Tony Lema and Gary Play er in that order. INSURANCE Merwyn F. HU1 Lower Insurance Rates for careful drivers Bob Gibson Was Best Hitter Available ST. LOUIS (AP) — Manager Johnny Keane of the St. Louis Cardinals said he used pitcher Bob Gibson as a pinch hitter in the eighth inning of the big opening game of the series with the Los Angeles Dodgers Monday night "because he was the best hitter I had at the time." Keane said the right - handed hitting Gibson is "the best hitting pitcher in baseball, and he can hit the long ball. I thought he was the best m- I had to get up there and hit at the time." Gibson has driven in 20 runs this season and has been hot with the bat lately. He has three homers in 79 at bats. The big right-hander, a former basketball player with the Harlem Globetrotters, is scheduled to start against the Dodgers Wednesday night. Local, Area Bowling Scores and Averages ELKS LITTLE SHOTS LEAGUE Gale Ward's, 17-4; State Farm Ins., 17-4; Hilltop Trailer Parle, 17-4; Park Drive Dairy, 14-7; Hutchcroft Implement Co., 14-7; Hawthorn Drugs, 12-9; Elks Club, 11-10; Thomas Electric, 9-12; Yeager's Heating, 6-15; Higgins Dairy, 5-16; Gale's Bait Shop, 4-17; Hobby Grill, 0-21. High team series, State Farm Ins., 2384; high team game, Hutchcroft's, 831. High individual series, Lou Stebor (sub), 470; high individual game, Arlene Nelson, 185. TROUBLE SHOOTERS LEAGUE McDonald's, 8'/a-3Ms; L. A. Linman Ins., fl'/a-S'/a; Leo Stein, 8-4; David Klapp Exc, 7-5: Hilman, Curry Mobile Scrv., 6-6; State Farm Ins., 5-7; Hawthorne Drugs, 3-9; Carson Pirie Scott, 2-10. High team game, L. A, Linman Ins., 904; high team series, Mcdonald's, 2551. High individual Eame, Karen Turney, 192; high individual series, Karen Turney, 502. MIXERS LEAGUE Lucky Strikes, 11-1; Spnreshoot- ers, 11-1; "8" Balls, 8-4; Ray & Inness, 8-4; AJ's. 6-6; Jos-Wats, 5-7; Misfits, 5-7; Astro-Nuts 3-9; Pin- Knockers, 2-10; Johnson & Inness, 1-11. High team series, "8" Balls. 2314; hieh team game, Ray & Inness, 786. High individual series, (M) George Roche, 586, (W) Debbie Anderson, 456; high individual game. (M) George Roche, 202, (W) Debbie Anderson, 169. WHITE SOX LEAGUE Leo Stein, 9-3; Elgin Water Cond., 8-4; Davis Food Stores, 7-5: Galesburg Bowl, 6-6; Clean Towel Service, 5-7; Lyle Bair Specialty Co., 1-11. High team seWes, Clean Towel Service, 2625; high team game, Galesburg Bowl-Elgin Water, 929 High individual series, Lola Barton, 501; high individual game, Betty Eiker, 213. PIN PALS LEAGUE Schwarz Bros., 10-2; ShangrI La Inn, 10-2; Nelson & Lindsey, 6-6; Orwig's Hardware, 6-6; Elks, 5-7; Hinchliff & Pearson, 5-7; Lacky & Sons, 4-8; Mac's Music, 4-8 High team series, Schwarz Bros., 2523; high team game, Schwarz Bros., 858. High individual game, Alice Mll- roy, 200; high individual series, Millie Andrews, 505. ALPHA ROOKIE LEAGUE Rutledge's Greenhouse, 10-2; Jim's Trenchers, 10-2; McNeil's Oilers, 9-3; DeKalb Seed Corn, 7-5; Anderson's Market, 6-6; The Bubons, 2-10: Luallen Motor Sales, 2-10; Ark's Standard Service, 2-10. High team series, DeKalb's 2908; high team game, Rutledge's, 1009. High individual series, K. Spring, 602; high individual game, R. McDowell, 220. TORNADO" LEAGUE WGIL, 7-1; Hillman Tree Sur- Major League Box Scores NIGHT CHICAGO ab r h bl Brock Stewart Williams Santo Hubbs Cowan Burton B'cabella Schaffer Jackson 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 GAME PITTSBURGH ab r h bt Alley Schofield Stargell Virdon Clemente Clende'n Ma'r'ski Pagll'oni Veale 3 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 3 4 0 1 4 11 3 0 0 4 0 2 3 0 1 2 0 0 Everyone wants the best possible protection at a lower price . . . ana that's exactly what we are offering the careful drivers in this area. For lower rates, speedy claim service and broadcast coverage . . . 'dtpatdhl See MERWYN Hill or DICK WILLIAMS at LAKE W. SANBORN Insurance Agency 31? HIU ARCADE - 343-21 »• Totals 29 0 2 01 Totals 31 1 8 1 Score by Innings; Chicago 000 000 000—0 Pittsburgh —000 000 001—1 E—Hubbs 2. PO-A—Chicago 25-8, one out when winning run scored, Pittsburgh 27-7. ')P — Stewart, Hubbs and Boccabella. LOB—Chicago 3, Pittsburgh 8. 2B—Clemente. S—Alley, Clenderv on. ip h r er bb so Jackson L, 14-16 .8',;) 8 10 16 Veale W, 3-2 9 2 0 0 1 9 San Kuenn D'venp't HiUer MqCovey Mays Cepeda Bailey F.Alou Pagan Marichal NIGHT Francisco ab r h bi 4 2 O 0 3 1 1 0 1 2 1 2 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 GAME Milwaukee ab r h bl Cline Gabr'lson H.Aaron Mathews Torre Oliver Menke McMillan cDillard Cloninger aKlimch'k Shaw bT.Aaron Tiefena'r 4 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS Bv The Associated Press Pacific Coast League Playoff Okla. City 9, Spokane 0 (best- of-7 final tied 3-3) Totals 33 4 7 41 Totals 34 3 6 3 a—Struck out for Cloninger in 5th; b—Grounded out for Shaw in 7th; c—Struck out for McMillan in 9th. Score by Innings; San Francisco 101 110 000—4 Milwaukee 030 000 000—3 E — Cepeda, McMillan. PO-A — San Francisco 27-9, Milwaukee 278. LOB—San Francisco 7, Milwaukee 5. 3B—Hiller. KR—Cepeda, Menke. SB—Oliver, H. Aaron. S—Hiller. SF— Mays. ip Marichal W, 23-8 _9 Cloninger L, 9-10 5 Shaw 2 h r er bb so 6 3 3 1 7 6 4 4 3 3 1 0 0 0 3 ThQnl(S set to the thoughtful sponsors of the Galesburg Warriors Baseball Club who each contributed some way in seeing the team through the 1963 season and part of past deficits: • Bay Anderson Cleaners • BlaU Beer • Bank of Galesburg a Butler Mfg. Co. • CB&Q Stockyard * Clean Towel Service «Coca Cola Bottling t Ellis Jewelers • Pr. Howell * Fashion Cleaners • First National Bank t Frank's 2100 Club • Hilgenburg Plbg. it Hlg. • Intra State Telephone Co. « Park Drive Dairy • Lindttrom's • Leo Stein Sporting St Luggage • Gal* Ward Sporting Good* • McDonald Drive-la t To the sports (tail of the Galesburg Reglster-MalL WAIK. WGIL end to Cbas. Bit!*, Jim Hill, Carl Jucobson, Elmer Johnson and Max Burton assisting at all games. BOB WRIGHT. Gen. Mgr. JIM LESTER. Field Mgr. JACK McBRIDE, Coach Tiefenaucr 2 0 0 0 0 3 ,., U ,"T Jat ; kowski ' Crawfo7d,~KTbler" Walsh. T—2:29. A—5,437. LOS Wills Gilliam Moon T.Davis Fairly Roseboro W.Davis NIGHT ANGELES ab r h bl 0 0 1 1 1 . . 3 McMullen 2 0 0 bTrac'ski 0 0 0 Podres 3 0 0 :Skowron 10 0 iGleason 0 0 0 ••er'noski 0 0 0 GAME ST. LOUIS ab r h bl Javier Groat Musial Boyer White Flood James VTcCarver Broglio aGibson Shantz Taylor 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 3 S 21 Totals 31 1 3 1 a—Popped out for Broglio in 8th: b—Ran for McMullen in 9th; c—Safe on error for Podres In 9th; d—Ran for Skowron in 9th. Score by Innings; Los Angeles 000 001 002—3 St. Louis 000 000 10O— 1 E—Wills, Javier. PO-A—Los Angeles 27-6, St. Louis 27-11. LOB— Los Angeles 9, St. Louis 3. 2B —Wills, Fairly. HR — Musial. SB—Wills 2, W. Davis 2. r er bb so lp h Podres W. 14-10 —8 3 Perranoski 1 0 Broglio . 8 6 Shantz L, 6-4 2 Taylor _ % 0 1 1 1 1 gery, 6-2; Wier Cattle Co., 5-3, West Drug. 4-4; VFW, 4-4: Arwell Inc., 3-5; Burlington Truck Lines, 2-6: Fashion Cleaners, 1-7. High team scries, Wier Cattle Co., 2994; high team game, Wier Cattle Co., 1089. High individual scries, Charles Childers, 588; high individual game, Charles Childers, 217. MAJESTIC LEAGUE Hawkinson Mfg. "Woodchucks," 8-0; Leo Stein, 7-1; Rowe Mfg. Doors, 7-1; Alexander Lumber Co., 7-1; Rowe Mfg. Ro-Ho's, 4-4; Payton-Harriman, 4-4; Rowe Mfg. Gates, 3-5; Am-Way, 3-5; Davidson Lumber Co., 2-6; L. A. Linman Agency, 2-6; Mishler's, 1-7; White's Insulation, 0-8. \High team series, Hawkinson "Woodchucks," 2844; high team game, Hawkinson "Woodchucks," 1008. High Individual series, Beryl Lisenbee, 572; high individual game, Howard Peterson and Earl Shay, tie 202. SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED COUPLES LEAGUE Jonesies Cafe, 7-1; McGee's Garage, 6-2; The Corral, 5'/a-2'.i; No. 4, 5-3; Crowning Beauty Shop, 4-4; No. 12, 4-4; No. 11, 4-4; The Orphans, 3-5: Ann's Coffee Shop, 3-5; Rawleigh Products, 3-5; No. 6, Auto Paint Shop, 2-6; C & E Grocery, High team series, Jonesies Cafe, 2217; high team game, Jonesies, Cafe. 810. High individual series. (W) Donna Peterson, 490, (M) Larry Martin, 554; high individual game, (W) Donna Peterson, 187, IM) Larry Martin, 218. Machen Sets Sights on Clay, Liston SANTA MONICA, Calif. (API- Heavyweight Eddie Machen, whose bright boxing career seemed at an end a year ago from a mental and financial breakdown, was well launched on his comeback today with visions of fight ing Cassius Clay and eventually heavyweight champion Sonny Lis ton. A surprisingly aggressive Mach en, who said he intends to continue to carry the fight to his op ponents, knocked out trial horse Ollie Wilson of Miami, Fla., in 2:19 of the sixth round of their scheduled 10 - rounder Monday night. Machen, despite his long layoff, was fairly sharp and weighed a trim 196. Wilson scaled 206. The 31-year-old Machen, who now lives in Beverly Hills and has a money backer in well-to-do Wal- GHS Treks To Peoria Thursday When Galesburg travels to Peoria Woodruff Thursday it will be the first time in a number of years that the Streaks have played a Thursday night football game. The Streaks, who schedule most of their football contests for Friday and Saturday evenings, will also play on Thursday when they travel to Peoria Central Oct. 10 of this year. This situation comes up from time to time because of the number of schools who use the Peoria Stadium for their home field. Four high schools — Woodruff, Central, Manual and Spalding — plus Bradley University, all play their home games at the stadium. The Streaks, who lost to Peoria Richwoods 13-6 in their home opener will be trying to bounce back against a strong Woodruff team. Kickoff time is 8 p.m. Ex-Big League Moimdsman Hangs Himself LE MARS, Iowa (AP) — John Niggeling, 58, former major league baseball pitcher, was found dead Monday at his hotel room in Le Mars where he worked as a barber. Sherman Lindell, Plymouth County medical examiner, listed the case as suicide and said death was caused by hanging. Niggeling played in the majors with the Boston Braves, Pittsburgh, St. Louis Browns and Washington. His best year was with the Browns in 1942 when he won 15 and lost 11. Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press PITCHING—Johnny Podres and Ron Perranoski, Dodgers, combined for three-hit 3-1 victory over Cardinals that increased Los Angeles' National League lead to two games over St. Louis, with Podres going the first eight innings and Perranoski pitching a perfect ninth. BATTING—Willie Davis, Dodgers, drove in the clinching run in the ninth inning with his third single of the game and later scored an insurance run in vital 3-1 triumph over Cardinals. ter Minskoff, said he was nervous before this fight. "I think I was more tense than in any fight in my life because of all the trouble and everything," Machen explained. His next fight probably will be with Alonzo Johnson of Pittsburgh around Oct. 12. Wilson was u late substitute for Johnson, who bowed out because of a flu attack. Johnson was at ringside. Machen said he would like to fight Clay a*, soon as possible and then try Liston again. Machen is the only fighter to last 12 rounds with Liston. They boxed in 1960 in Seattle. Machen, from the outset, was the aggressor, but Wilson stood toe-to-toc with him in an exciting fifth round. Wilson was knocked partly off balance and took a mandatory eight. In the sixth Machen finally hammered him down in a neutral corner and he took the 10 count on one knee from referee Jimmy Wilson. Moore of Montreal Retires MONTREAL (UPI) — When a hockey player's legs won't carry him around the rink any more, he has only one alternative — retirement. And that's exactly what Dickie Moore decided Monday night after 12 years of stardom with the Montreal Canadiens during which he won two National Hockey League scoring crowns and set a single-season point record. "My legs were aching all the time," Moore said in announcing his retirement. "It was a tough decision, but it was one I had to make." "I've beeli' thinking about it for quite a while," he added. "And if my legs had been better, I wouldn't have quit. But they've been giving me a lot of trouble." Moore first decided to quit last May when the Canadiens threatened to trade him. "I wouldn't play for anyone else," he said. The Canadiens decided against trading him and invited him to their fall training camp which opened last Wednesday. He worked out with the team Thursday and Friday. "I threw a check with my leg Friday and hurt it again," he said. "So I decided to quit." NEED GUTTERS? Call WHITE'S - 342-0185 Free Bacon Free Bacon BRING HOME THE BACON FROM YOUR SERVICE STATION READ THE WANT ADS! U—Landes, Sudol, Gorman, Forman. T—2:31. A—32,442. Pace Money Winners DUNEDIN, Fla. (UPI) - Professional golf's big three—Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Julius Boros — continue to lead the nation's golfers in PGA-sanctioned tournament earnings. Palmer has collected an unofficial total of $101,555; Nicklaus, $83,465; and Boros, $73,956.67. V JUNIOR BOWLERS 9 yrs. to 18 yrs. Meet Every Saturday Morning 10 A.M. JOIN THE FUN BRING A FRIEND BOWL ON A TEAM NORTHGATE LANES 1576 N. 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