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36, Gqlesburg Register-Moil,(aalesbufg, I,11. ^Ihursday, June 14, 1973 i no \r.t Mil < no| GALESBURG ALL-CITY JUNIOR SIMS GOLF TOURNAMENT Intry Blank Tournament Dartst June 25, 28, 29 Name Addreit Horn* Cpyr$» _____.._. r ...,_-_ „ Blrthd«»« Agi Bracket* — 10 Though 17 ( ) (Please Denote Age In Bracket) No Entry Fee Returned — No Substitution of Entries ENTRY »FEE $3.50 (For pairing purposes entries are requested by June 20). Tournament committee reserve* the right to reject entries. Legion Is GALESBURG ALL CITY JUNIOR BOYS GOLF TOURNAMENT Entry Blank TOURNAMENT DATES: JUNE 25, 28 and 29 Name , Address Heme Course _. Birthdate Age Brackets 10-12 ( ), 13-14 ( ), and 15,17 ( ). (Please Denote Ago in Brackets) No Entry Fee Returned — No Substitution of Entries ENTRY FEE $3.50 (For pairing purposes entries are requested" by June 20J, Tournament committee reserves the right to reject entries. "—" I VIU. i Request Entries in Junior ^T )he requested enter deadline i}s*Jess fchan § week'away fgj? bath junior boys wd girls AIL "Gity •tournaments which will get mm way June at SunKer .,. ij\ attier !Wopds, !tjh,e t|nie is "rjcw ifor Galesfeurg's (teen-age l goifers who, pl&n on entering tfie iqeui) e &gpty jtfftqp tpur- nfam'e^t?- Fop pairing purposes the teWRPffiefjt flgranjfctee pggyests ijjhiait ajl entnies be. turned in by June 20," EnJtrles im ^t fce. ae- OTfflanjed by g $,50 epitry fee and imay jbe itwrjeid Mo pne of 'the itihree tooal golf courses. :Qld-Timers Set for Benefit Tilt , illie oldrtirners of lqeal bage- .Jjflji just WQR'it qujt. They ke§e coming foacl? ito'piroye a point. (Jh-e Ql<LMmen§ won fcWQ years ggg rather hancjiy byt tfae junior tar^toiili league fera^ c.ame bajcijc to even ftfegs. UP last swrnhw. Offapspg tthe pji&timer qon- •fegeRit is Luke Jcihnson, '4 foi> mar pitghw*#rgt ^a§emiao, P ] teym ifltepesifea! in taking pant can either Johnson eip just show up at the ball park betoe game top, Stating toe is seit 7;30t It's a bewe#ilfc SiBaip With 5$ proceeds ^ajflg to lite Connie Mack and Babe Ruth leagues cif the CJiailestoumg Junior Hard-! foal! League. ! These two tournam§Rtg, along <vi0\ i |he men's 72-l>o<le mee't and the best Ml affair are co- sipons'oired annually by t h e Galesbmpg Regisiter-MaJi and ffldm station W0IL, Aiflter opienlnig alt the municipal quorse op June 25 (Monday) laictilgn iwM TnoVe on ijo the iLake Bracken Country Olub for t ;he \Junie 28 (Thursday) amd wind \ip ait ithe Soangefahia Country Club June 29. Tlhc boys' junior tmu'namcnjt wil\ include three divisions — 1042 age group, 1344 and 1547. Th ^r-p. will be trophies if» the first ttiree places in each divir siom atong with a large traveling ibroipby which 'is tiq go to the pjiayw turning in the best sicore ef tfic ilwrnainTient, regardless pi division. ©iris between the ages of 10 aci4 17 will be eligible for (he pig' dij -v ^jipn wiifti en'tries to be 'fig3 |tje4 ^cco'rdlpg tP sgores m #e ft?st IWd, " First round pfey Is scheduled for 8 o'olook in t'be morning with nexit ifawo rounds slated to stfant at 8:30. READ THE WANT ADS! ^Tjiey'll fee bax?k agajn .'{Saturday ni/gjut ait H.T. Custer to i( shQiw faps they cap stjlj swing a bait and chase fly balls. "^JlP. old - time ballplayers, •from the old Knox County Hard: Wall League and other tearnj in 'f^lSSfeoipg aivd ttjhe area, will be J*3Spg. inapaigsps amd directors Icgpi %e Galesburg Junior Hardball "League for the third siiebeasive season. Sai 'urday mighifs meeting will R'niQUrnl. to 9 rwbber ganie since M CDONALD'S JUNIOR OPEN McDonalds TENNIS TOURNAMENT Friday, June 15-9 A .M. Saturday, June 16-9 A .M. (Semifinals and Finals) SUNDAY AT SWIM & TENNIS CLUB By LARRY ANDERSON (Staff Writer) Even though the Galesbufg American Legion upped its sea* son record to 5-0 Wednesday night, coach Fred Stevens claims he still may develop an ulcer. The Legion picked up wins four and five of the season last night in a doubleheader with Limestone at H. T. Custer Park. Coming from behind in both games, Galesburg took the opener 4-3 and the nightcap 54. The pair of victories went with last weekend's three wins over Cedar Rapids. "I wish we didn't have to come from behind to win all the time," half-joked Stevens after the second game. The reason for his statement Close Games Featured In Little League In a pair of close games, the Giants defeated the Cardinals 7^5 and the White Sox slipped by the Red Sox 6-5 in Little League action at O. N. Custer Park Wednesday night, The Giants scored four runs in the first inning and were never headed in thP opener air though the Cards tied it up in the second. The Giants scored twice in thp third frame and once in the fourth, while the Cards cams up with only one run in the third. Scott Shaver and Tom Southr well had two base hits apiece in the winning cause, and Kevin Thierry did the same for the Cards. Winning pitcher was Randy Barstow, and Jeff Tur? ncy got the loss. Two runs in thp top of th§ sixth inning lifted the White Sox from a 54 deficit to the 6-5 victory in the njghtgap. Tbj B ed . Sox had scored one run in the first ipnjng and tw<? in both the second - and third, while the White SQX had brought in four runs in the first. Mitch McMillan credited With the yjctory, gni Rick" Nejr Sop took the defeat. Bpth pitchr ers helped their own cause by going two for four 9t the plate. Games scheduled for tonight haye the Tigers meeting the Yankees ip the first game and the Dodgers taking on the Cubs It] the second, T\ed Sox 1 'o } l was the fact that the Legion naires have come from behind to win in all five games so far, which prompts Stevens to say he could get an ulcer. In the first game, second base* man Rick Wilder hit a clutch bases-loaded single in the bot* torn of the seventh to bring in two runs and give Galesburg the win. The Legionnaires brought in all five runs in the sixth frame in the second game as winning pitcher Mike Thompson smashed a 3-run homer. Stevens has nothing but praise for his charges, however, "ft just goes to show what kind of kids they are, They never give up," he Insisted. The Legion continued to have little trouble getting hits al» though they didn't get a hit until the fifth inning 1 A the night* cap, But it wasn't the kind of power that produced 10 home runs in last weekend's games. Kevin Jackson and Jerry Bllxt were the top offensive perform* era for the evening with two base hits apiece in the two games, Danny Jacobs, now H got the win in the first game, while Thompson, 1-0, took the victory In the second. Loalng hurlers for Limestone were Oene Dem* min and Tom Schmltt. Stevens noted improvement in the Legion's mouna.corps. "Our pitching WAS much better. We had two complete games, which s better than we had on the weekend. Three hits off Jacob! resulted m Limeitoui'a runs in ttw third s 4-3 f 5*1 inning of .the first game, to error in the second and a sacrl* fice by Loui« viUU in the ihlrd brought in Galesbitfg'i two runs to set up the last inning rally. The second game was score- lees until the airth inning. Each team had only one hit going into that frame, Limestone got its one score on a combination passed ball and Growing error. Tony Nelson singled in one run for Galesburg after Vitall and Wilder had walked. Wilder then scored on a ground ball hit by Bllxt be* fore Thompson got Wa homer. Jft their first away game of the season, the Legionnaires play a single game at Lincoln tonight. Forry Franckey, l-o, Will be the starting pitcher for [Galesburg. timinana mm am*) a.. fume $ftga wok o 0»I ..[al «*n rohnnon Totoi 87 s fl) Total as 4 e uslMbur* —- -Oil 0—3 2—1 t 'urriatt rfljV. son hhson ompson .1 o 1 0 o 1 n l n 1 o l i 0 o 1. o 1 l •Tolfll 88 1 11 Total 18 5 3 Supra by innings i . . . . Defeated by Caps SPWGFIELD — Galesbwg's Pioneers took to the road Wednesday night in quest of uhoir ax$i win of W78 season an! Imslbeiald sUtfered their second lOtSS. The Piomeore, iwho hiaid drop, pieid a tig^fflip^ tone mm to the Cap who bad lost to Peoria on opening night, OaMer like iotoan ac* oourttttd for ttie (only Pioneer run with » mfo homer in the eighth, It was one of three Qiajegpuing Jiiite. i "I'm discouraged :but I'm not puling panic b«tt»n," said Jim imwm who to In his CICL Standings Peoria W Springiield . -.- 1 Charlesl'n-Matt'on 0 g l.opmingjpri r - r - rr 0 aiesburg .... 0 pet. 1.000 .000 V *ptjir4iV f »"lli!«lu. a op „, 0 —Jesburg 1. Macomb 4, Bloomington 2. Today's Garnet Peoria ait Blopmlngtort, %, (Q'Nell Park) 6 jyry Galssbupg ^\' ^lacqmb (Vine Grady' fietti Springfield at Charleston-Mat loon (Baker Field, Charleston) Whilp Sox ab r h J3cnge 4 Ji 1 LalTollette 4 2 1 McJVUJJaii 4 1 2 Tolley 3 0 1 Ellisgn 2 10 Robertson 3 0 0 Smith - .1 0 1 McQulllen 2 0 t Towri^end 3 0 1 ChUders 10 0 Menda?. ,*? fl Roehlk 4 1 Simmon? i} 0 1 Ncl'soh 4 0 2 Frank 2 0 0 Zauh'ar 3 2 0 Huffman 2 2 n Mopon'gh 2 0J Herrin s 2 0 0 Total 29 6 8 1 Total 25' S S Spore by (nnlngs: White ^§9Jc ,-,4QO 502-6 Red Sox 122 000 —5 Giants Barstow 3 R. Fisber 0 |g, Shaver 3 W 1 M. Blu'fne % Andrews 1 D. Blu'lno 2 St. Shaver 1 Weinberg 1 Fprri n Gpodman 1 Jobnspn n t hi 1 siglftsne'h & 2 I 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ab .0 1 4 J w- cGuIre Cash Jacobson 1 1 0 0 Campbell o o . BavUPrt l 0 0 Total 21 7 71 Total 21 5 5 Score by innings: Gifin's 402 10—7 Cardinajs 041 00—5 \Southern Cal Wim Fourth Straight Title OMAHA (yPD -The Southern California Trojans today were the top college baeepflll club in tho land. They proved it Wednesday nifjht with a 1-1! win over No. 1 ranked Arizona Stale to claim a fourth consecutive College World Series title here. Karlicr, the Trojans had beaten the Sun Devils 3-1 for Ari' zona State's only other logs in the double-elimination contest. Macomb jtihe night before, were ©pstlby PlHPh out Of it #f'ter the gixijjfr ini#g |ait nigbi m ^ey dropped ta^l deeaaiion to the Springflielid Oaips. "^victory Wffl&$ thfegs for Gale Ward Dowu^ A & W In 5-4 Game fiale Ward came from behind to edge A&W 5=4 in Babe Ruth League play at the Gailesburg High School diamond Tuesday night. Both teams brought in two runs in the second inning, hut A(S$W scored a single run in bgth the third and^fpuntih innings to take the lead. Trailing 4r2, Gale Ward scored three, runs In fa? baitem of tlie feufth m 'led &4, A&W then wejit mtelm in 4te fifth. Rqss Rijey and Bob Diehl &f Gale Ward and A&W's Tim SmiWi all knocked out two p?§e. hits. Ray Riley was credited with the victory, while Eric Doss got a §ave, Losing pltcjhef was Jay Stone. flertenjteto p]$y S foe Police and Dom's meets Hinohjitt- Pearson-W§st in thjs evening's games at H. T. Ouster Park. A * W QM. W «»d „ V* * « lb i h Oampar 4 1 l Hu. Riley 4 0 2 .1 0 J IBs. Rljey q o o .') o l iBoss •* ii o o 0 1 iDwyer 2 1 0 3 1 OlMcKillip 2 2 0 .1 0 OIHagge 2 0 0 3 1 2 IB. Djphl 2 1 2 MpDPr 'ati 2 (i OlArU 2 1 fl SwdclBth 1 0 OJT. Oiehl 2 p 0 geGrsei» 2 11 B. Stone 1 0 0 | Total 28 4 7| Total gal"! Score by innings t Af W-- 021 10-4 Gale Ward _ r ,--—020 g*-5 blBvens Weedman J. Stone Stanley Wilder Smith Major League Box Scores Chicago en m <er Garrett Total 34 1 6 01 Total 36 6 12 Score by innings: ehlpagp ..... nop. ooo fUQ-i fits • -••••=-••--"•* W*- } - lt -- fll ^" ? Beokert B, Jutka 2. LQB—Dhl; (10) ' IP h 5% 9 l'/s 1 l a ll Pappas (L 3-5) Hpyton — wllspn *fWlH) Ray r ar bb so 5 5 5 0 0 1 Bavfc =rHay («)'. St. Louis Dwyer gize'ore Torre Cruz Tyson wise hbl 1 '0 0 i 0 0 Rosa Cincinnati m m 18 1 .grles'n tg§r »i »9 A „ „ Ohpney 1 i) 0 BlVh'm .2 0 0 "{abl i 0 0 o'rbon 0 0 0 Total 37 8 11 81 Total 28 0 1 0 Score by Innings: St. kouig 007 000 001—8 crncTnnati ooo ooo 000--0 R^BiiUngbam. pp^ciiipjnnatl 1. LOB-St, Couis 7, C|npinnatl H- 2B -rSimrnnns. HR—Melendes (2). SJ?- TT MpCarypr> , ip h in bb so Wise (W fi-3) o 1 •) 0 n 4 iorbon 1 2 1 1 0 () HBP—by B|llingharri (Sizpinpre). T—2:06. A—14,5 MONTREAL (UPl) ™ Bullpen doaeh Jerry Zimmerman of the M90tr§pl I?8Bps was admitted IP Queen Elisabeth Hospital Wednesday night for surgery an his right knee for removal pf a The operation is scheduled for Thursday morning, gimmer"- man injur§i \m knee last week when he tripped on the dugout Steps, Qhlcago 8 0 1 0 - 2 ? 2 0 0 1 Total 39 10 13 !) I Total 33 2 0 Score by innings: iiw - -no 1 ! W-l E^BDrirlguez, rjPlit. pp=rCliipago 4. L0B==Chicagq Petrpjt 10. ggr- D. Allen 2, Cash 2, Jeter. Bripkman. pfts ^Jetlr (2). I. Msy i7) t ,MeUon (11), Reichardt 73). &— lp h Bahnsen (W 7-5) — « 8 LsQrpvr ..„..„.. 2?5 4 Soharman 2 2 ligp—by Bahnsen (Cash). WP^r- Bahiisen. T—?:5?. A—26,437. lelly'.' r er bb so 2 2 5 3 6 5 2 6 3 3 0 1 1115 Pittsburgh ab r Stennett 5 0 c .8 ?h 4 " ||argell | DaypHp 0 Sang'len 4 hbl 0 0 Hptf§°n JJppper May I '/Her'z Blass Qlihes 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 8 0 Atlanta ab r)ibi Oates 4 0 0 0 Casa'va l 1 Jackson 2 0 Dietz 1 fl 0 3 1 4 2 Tep 'no Lum. Baker 5 Garr . ii Johns'n 8 In l Perls' 4 Reed 5 fijrsit yeiar ias ooec?i tti ifthe Pi- oneeira. "We're juat not Sticking and we've giqtt OohUe good hjtters.'' • The flRiwieara had ia 4ay off today but Issgcson called for a speoM workout for hitting pnactice. The 'Pioneer cogch was pleased vMi Itlho work ox sbart- e.r Bob Walker, Noptlh Central Ootllege, who w»s making his firtsit iwwid mppemwoe in more tihjan itiwo weeks. M\»T iSpring- fteld pcongd M run U <hp first he bfapk^} Ufcem MflHI he tired in the H, (RejHeveip IMke J ^fackle, !R Wil- lilarnsfieJid produdt ®oding to Illinois State University, bad a stelcey storit but setltled down ajnd djfd a good job *he rest of the way, . in ai#ion (ip 'allpwing Just three bite, 80&g$!^ pticher Jack Kucek, iMiiiami of Ohio, set 13 down via the strike put route and walked just one, (Mesbung lis lalt (Macomb Friday for ia Itwi-liglhit game and goes ,to pieopa for ia night tilt Saturday. They are hiost to Springfield at Knox Blodgett 'Field Sunidiay aiflteiraooTi and en- teji|jain ©loomiinigton at" H, T. Ouster IMppidiay. • Galesburg Springtiold Tptal 34, 3 10 3 | Tptal 40 10 17 17 Sporp by innings: PiHsburgh 000 30ft OQP- 3 Atlanfa 200 61fi 03v-I(} P -r -QIIver- DP— At ]an ).a 2, BUts- liyrgh 1, JHOB-Pittsburgh 7, Atlpn- ts 2B—Gogain, Casanova. HRs.—rfob: ner (OY, pvans (14), S@" — Gprr, Evans, ftr-gllls, h Ellis (L5-7) 3'!, 7 J,' H^rnaridez ..... ??i 1 Blass llii 5 Johnson' 8?/ 3 4 Reerl (W4 S 7) 0 10 WP—Fills. B|ass 3, T^2iS7, Arrrfi,53,3. • 1 1 0 7 7 0 3 3 0 3 3? Verban • TwpUrnan Sfef Murphy Marshall Lee ab r h A 0 0 ..'estfall 4 0 0 Szpz'cipsy 4 0 1 Shepherd 4 0 1 Miller 2 0 0 McCarthy 10 0 Bradley 8 « o Herrn'd 'ger 2 0 0 HosehSiat 1 0 0 MaclUe 1 0 0 Total 31 1 3 1 Total ^Sf&rj by innings 5a psbwrg nno Springfielfl - 100, E — Kucek, Helmerdj u'eek ab r h 4 2 1 3 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 33 6 S Q00 Olt 083 l)Q? [nger. LO S^.niiraiiift tci Colts BALTIMORE (UPD - The Baltimore Colts, seeking to boost a defensive line weakened by ihjurjej and retirements, obtained defensive tackle JQ§ Schmiesing from the Detroit Lions Wednesday in exchange for a 1074 draft choice. o—t b ^ 1^ GalesbHrF^T ^ri'ig'fieifef 7. RBI— Bqlmm WW % Verban, Two man. 8B—Bennett;' Kucels, Twellman. J|Rs—Bqllmapn,' Verbap, SB- Permett, Kurbiel. Walker (t,q : l) - f Mackje — .J 3 U—Favero, Gallahpr. T—2il5. A—pii. r er bb so 5 3 "3 4 B 3 1 2 I 1 1 13 It'* Thpt Tm? Aggin TRUCK * imm PIATPS Fast Iksnse Servie» ^UXMOIIE REALTY 400 N Henderson St. Ozark Camper Solas 301 S. Main St % Blocks Hast of Route 41 Abingdon, III. We will be closed from Junt 18 thru June 22 Public Invited Sponsored By MCDONALD'S HEY! BOWLERS Don't Forget This Friday Night The Popular Summer Combination SWBEPSTAKSS TOURNAMENT For MEN and WOMIN Bring Your Partner and Join In Th« Fyn! NORTHGATE LANES ()I»KN BOWLING DAILY Starts at 1:00 VM. 1576 N. 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