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galgsbufg Registef-Maii, Qalesburq f 111. Friday, June 15, 1jj ?3 _ 1 9 Legion Wins sixth LINCOLN - The Galesburg American Legion took to the road for the first time Thursday night but came home with the sixth straight victory of the season. The Legionnaires powered past Lincoln 11-7 here last night for Galesburg's sixth win in as many starts so far this season. The Legion defeated Limestone in a doublehader Wednesday and defeated Cedar Rapids three times last weekend. The American Legion home game with Camp Point scheduled for tonight) has been canceled. However, the doubleheaders at Moline on Saturday and Sunday will still be played. Starting pitchers Saturday will be Bob Berry in the opener and Danny Jacobs, 1-0, in the second game. Mike Thom/pson, 1-0, will start the first game Sunday, while Kirk King is possible starter in the nightcap. Galcsburg came up wfth eight hits in 32 times at bat. Leadoff man Kevin Jackson pounded out three base hits in four trips to the plate, and Louie Vitali went two for three. Winning pitcher for Galesburg was Forry Franckey with relief help from Tim Hayden. Franckey now has two wins against no losses for the season. Losing hurler for Lincoln was McLaughlin. Galesburg's run in the first inning came as Vitali singled in Jackson. Jackson had reached base on a single and then advanced ori Ron Nelson's sacrifice. In the second inning, Tony Nelson, Jerry Blixt and Robbie Johnson came across the plate with help from two Lincoln errors. A double by Thiel in the fourth inning brought in Jackson, who had eariler singled and stolen Second base. Six consecutive batters in the Galesburg lineup — Johnson, Franckey, Jackson, Rori NetsSfi, Thiel and Vitali — scored In the < sixth inning. The Legionnaires . used three hits to get the runs,,.: as Lincoln committed two ef*" rors. * Jackson Tt. Nelson Thiel Vitali Wilder T. Nelson Yard Blixt Johnson Franckey Hayden *b 4 2 4 3 S 4 1 4 2 3 0 Bruce Gtbbs Scheindef Shirley G. Kutz Kelly Salaskl IStrubbar Swingle Holmes Bunner Schrader McL'ghlln Kutz LlncolH a*• * J» S 3 3 Total Score by Galesburg Lincoln 4 1 3 4 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 1 0 0 3211 8[ Total innings: 130 106 —100 401 33 7*8*' 000-11 010— 7 Tennis Wrangle Over ILTF Ban May Go to Low Courts LONDON (UPI) - Wrangling over International Lawn Tennis Federation's ban on Yugoslav professional Nikki Pilic figures to take tennis from Wimbledon to the law court. The 97 members of the Association of Tennis Players decided Thursday to ask for an Box Scores San Diego ab t hbll Ali Threatened And'son 4,1 1 Locklear 4 12 J. M'les 3 0 0 Colbert 4.11 Gaston 3 0 1 Kendall 4 0 1 Roberts 4 0 0 R. M'les 3 0 0 Lee 1 0 0 Kirby 2 0 0 Ross 10 0 Corklns 0 0 0 Mar'h'll 10 0 0|Hunt liFrlas 0 1 Montreal ab r h bl 2 1 1 0 Day 4 1 Fairly 5 1 Mashore 0 0 Sing'ton 2 2 Jor'sen 4 0 iBoc'ella 3 0 I Bailey 3 0 l Foil 3 0 OiRenko 3 0 01 Muhammad Ali shows printed reports claiming his life has been threatened after his arrival in New York Thursday enroute to training camp in Deer Lake, Pa. Ali said the reports came from "some crank who wanted J° lal 34 3 6 3 to start something" and called it bad joke." UNIFAX a very Yanks, Cubs Are Winners The Yankees downed the Ti ca o gers 6-3 and the Cubs routed 0390 a brhbi| ~ """ Kes'ger 4 12 OlWynn the Dodgers 13=5 in Little League action at 0. N. Custer Fishing seems to be improv- the last two or three times Park Thursday night, ing all over. We have received he's been out. It hits just once Butch Sandidge and Lou Roz' favorable reports of good and about bends his rod dou- imiarek each knocked out two ble, then when he goes to set base hits for the Yankees. Phil' the hook he feels nothing but lip LeRoy and Eric Crisman air. If determination prevails had two hits apiece for the we'll bet Jim gets his fish. losers. John Sotrop fishing Lake Winning pitcher was Todd Rice .hit a nice 4-pound 12- Phillips, and Mark Trimble ounce catfish using cheese took the loss bait. Lake Rice still has some In ^ second game of fche lunker fish to offer, evening, Dave Taylor was James Mannen took a 6- credited wi(Jn the ^ ^ pound 14-ounce bass from a was m losef farm pond using a black plas- Dodgers cubt catches made at Wisconsin stripmine waters, Lake Storey, Lake Rice and farm ponds. Fishing Fox River in Wisconsin, were Earl Carter, son Steve, Kenndy Breuer and S. E. Rogers. The group brought back a stringer of 25 catfish. Breuer, with the help of S. E., landed the largest, a 4V2- pounder. We understand young Steve caught his first fish during this outing. Stripmine fish results show that Birdie Sharp caught a 14-ounce bluegill along with an 8-ounce red eared suhfish. The red ear sunfish is a hybrid fish that is similar to the south­ lands breem. They're supposedly to be real fighters and eventually get up near the 3 tie WOrm. Bolyson We would like to offer our Barstow apologies to Clyde Norris ' n al & when due to a typographical saisman error that stated he was out- va a sq y uez fished by his partner, Phil Hottle, 17 to 0. It should have been 17 to 9. Mangier! J. Colvin Alfaro Rutledge Cox ab r h 4 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Totals 27 5 5 Another misquoted state„ D -. . ment was the limit of channel pound class. Birdie made her cat allowed from Lake Storey, catch at Little John Oonser- Ken Russell, State Fish Biolo- T, aer» gist, called out attention to curry this. He says the Galesburg gg*** City Council, last year passed Anderson Stanley A. Holt 1 M. Holt 3 |Tr. Ha'lton 3 K. Taylor 4 Jellies 0 To. Ha'lton 2 Townsend 2 D. Taylor Yard Stone Morgan Sibley (Chaney ab r h 12 0 2 0 1 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 vation Club. Also scoring at Little John was Kenny Darnell with a 3-pound bass taken on a plastic worm. Harry Davis netted a 16-ounce bluegill from the I.P.A. Lake located near Victoria. Harry used a worm gang to entice his catch. Lake Storey provided a nice stringer , of bluegill for the Legge brothers, Henry and Total 24 13 6 Yankees ab r h 110 3 0 0 3 12 ab r h 10 0 i o o 10 01 3 0 llT. Red'our 3 10 McVey Coe Sandidge an ordinance allowing' the £K man ! 8 SKIS?* i o o daily limit of 8 of this par- K-tetojky i o oj ^our s a i Trimble 2 1 UPhillips 3 0 1 Corpus 3 0 OlReed 0 0 0 P. Tadle 2 1 O'Pritchard 0 0 0 M. Tadle 0 0 0 Total 22 3 6 Total 22 6 6 Directors 'Beaf ticular species. Ken mentioned that of late his work has consisted of taking fish census of area waters and his findings as of now indicate that Swan Lake near Avon and Young's Lake near Harold. The pair caught 50 Kirkwood proved to be tops. p;« M -,««- A nn in beauties on red worms. Jeff Swan had an ample supply of * W,M?CT 9 siguut* Wagner brought home 10 blue- nice fat bullheads, good sizes It makes the game much gill with the largest weighing of catchable bass and the easier if you make up your 14 ounces. William L. Myers crappie should be outstanding own rules. This may account scored with a good catch of by next year. Young's Lake for the fact) that the directors sizable channel cat with the provided the same findings of the Galesburg CICL entry largest going 4 pounds, with bluegill as the best offer- have never lost to the Pioneer ' !1 " ing. players in softball. He mentioned that any Tne directors did it again pond owners, lakes, or clubs, Tuesday night at the annual having problems may pick up picnic as tn6y c]ubbed the Pio . request forms from the Illinois neers 12 . 2 j n a f im game Department of Conservation office, Land Conservation office, or the Farm Bureau. Total 30 512 5 Score by innings: San Diego 100 002 000—3 Montreal 300 000 20x—5 E—Hunt, Locklear. LOB—San Diego 6, Montreal 10. 2B—Locklear, Hunt, Gaston. 3B —Singleton. S—Day, FoU. SF—-Boccabella. . ip h r er bb so Kirby 51/3 9 3 3 S 6 Ross (Ll-4) 1 3 2 2 1 0 Corkins . l 2 ,i 0 0 0 0 3 iRenko (W 5-3) 9 6 3 2 2 9 Houston ab r hbi 4 0 0 0 4 0 11 0 0 0 0 4 110 4 0 0 0 4 111 4 0 10 4 112 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1110 Beckert 4 12 0 Popo'ch 0 0 0 0 WH'ams 3 12 3 Hickm'n 3 110 Santo 4 110 Card'al Hundl'y James Monday. Jenkins Metzg'r York Cedeno Watson May Rader Helms 3 0 0 1 4 0 11 3 0 0 OlJ-utze 10 0 OlGal'her 4 0 0 0 Torres Reuss ISte'art Total 33 5 9 5| Total 34 4 6 4 Score by innings: Chicago — — 000 210 200—5 Houston ... 000 020 110—4 E—Cardenal. DP—Houston 1. LOB —Chicago 6, Houston 3. 2B—Santo, May. 3B—Metzger. HRs —Helms (1), Williams (10). SB— Kessinger. S—Beckert. SF—Carde rial. ip h r erbbio Jenkins (W7-4) .. 9 6 4 2 0 2 Reuss (L 7-5) 8 8 5 5 3 4 York 1 1 0 0 0 0 Class A Softball CLASS A STANDINGS W L Dom's Sport Center 2 0 Register-Mail 2 0 Admiral 1 1 Leahy Electric 1 1 Road Knights 0 2 Giant Food 0 . 2 negliter-Mail ab r h Swanson 4 0 2 Ehrenh'dt 4 0 1 Mims 3 11 Obermiller 3 11 Ostrander 3 12 Johnson 3 2 1 Road Knights ab r h Reeder 3 0 2 S. Mason 3 0 1 Probst 3 11 S. Walters 3 0 2 Morrison 3 0 0 Kerr 3 0 0. J. Cook 3 0 1 IHoerner D. Walters 2 0 0 Kistler 2 0 0 R. Mason 2 0 n Hayes Brunkow 2 1 1 3 1 0 3 0 0 Cheese bait was his favorite bait. We taked with Jim Pecsi who says he goes catfishin' at Storey most every night but one fish seems to have his number. Jim says this fish has been in the same location GOLF SHOES A.B-C-D.E-EEE Widths 150 Pair to Choose From Why Buy Elsewhere? Leo Stein & Sons inc. • Luggage • Sporting Goods f> Purses 315 K. Main St. Downtown Galcsburg However, there was a rule placing a handicap on the yooing players. All righttended Pioneers had to swing from the left side and vice versa. Nothing had been worked out on how to penalize the switch hit*| ter, but fortunately for the directors the Pioneers only have one. FOR IOW IOW COST AUTO INSURANCE Contact: Tony Lischwe MILLERS MUTUAL INS. 411 BANK Of GALUSHUKG BI.DG. 343-1166 or 343-6986 Total 27 1 7 Score by innings Road Knights Register-Mail Leahy Electric ab r h M. Sturg'n 3 0 0 D. Peck 3 0 0 Leahy 3 0 0 Chase 3 2 2 Tlmmons 3 1 0 Steck 3 0 II Ross 2 0 0 J. Peck 2 0 0 D. Sturg'n' 2 0 0 Hallam 2 1 1 Total 28 7 8 100 000 0—1 .-.120 004 x—7 Admiral ab r h Carr 4 o 1 Young 4 0 1 B. Winter 3 0 0 Grant 3 1 2 Ehler 3 0 1 Jared 3 0 0 Alton 3 1 1 Wagland 2 1 1 P. Winter 3 0 2 injunction today against the ILTF in a bid to remove its three-week, worldwide ban on Pilic. The ILTF imposed the ban after Yugoslav tennis authorl ties said Pilic refused to play for his country in the Davis Cup in May. The ban was Hertenstein, Hinchlif f Post BR Victories Hertenstein Loan and Hinchr liff-Pearson-West were the winners in Babe Ruth games at H. T. Custer Park Thursday night. Hertenstein defeated Police 61 in the opener, while Hindi- liff downed Dom's Sport Center 14r9 in the second game. Winning hurler for Hertenstein was Jeff Blucker, and Larry Gutierrez got the defeat. Mark Mendez went two for two at •the plate for the winners. In the nightcap, Hertenstein came up with nine hits in notch- inb the victory. Mark Hannam, Jeff Libby and Bob Nemeth, all contributed two base hits to the winning cause. For Dom's Mark Cunninghaim also had two hits Hannam was credited with the win, but Steve Nemeth got the save. Loser was Greg Johnson. Police Hertenstein ab r h ab r h Schuman 3 0 0 Horkstrom 10 0 Zefo Pacheco • Gutierrez Robertson Lentz Hilton Clarke Goff Cecil Tourlentes Welty Total 10 0 3 11 2 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 Oi 10 0 10 0 10 0 10 0 10 0 20 1 2 Mendez Baldwin Hendricks Purcell Hlller'eier LaFollette Smith Blucker Steward 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 Dom's Lewis Evans ab r h 0 2 0 3 0 B. Chees'n 2 1 Aldrich 4 0 S. Chees'n 0 2 Johnson 4 0 Cun'gham 4 2 Edwards 0 0 Baldwin 2 0 Campbell 0 0 Connor 1 2 Total 20 9 4 Total 18 6 5 Hinchlifl Smith Young Hannam Libby Reed Nemeth Patterson DeJaynes Joyner ab r 3 2 Total 26 14 9 ignored by the Italian Championship organizers last week, but Wimbledon officials have gone along with the ILTF and refused to let him play. In addition to the court action, the ATP said none of its members, which groups all the world's top men players includ ing Rod Laver, Roy Emerson and Stan Smith, would play at the All-England Championships unless the ban on Pilic was lifted. "As a sign of good faith our members will play next week in the tournament at Queen's Club and Eastbourne, pending th» resolution of the legal proceedings, without prejudice to any further action we might take," said ATP president Cliff Dry* dale. 5^) a nd was credited with four Drysdale said he understood saves. In addition, he boasted Pilic would, for the sake of a nifty earned run average of peace, not enter at either 1-90. tournament. Therefore there The thing was that the vet- would be no question of any eran Southern coach had an ban by the ATP on those experienced staff back this tournaments. spring and did not have to Pilic will apply for an ma ke frequent demands on the injunction in the Queen's Bench Division of the Law courts Rol ? bie contributed to an lm- against both the International pressive SIU record of 37 wins Lawn Tennis Federation and ^ J SS€ f- . Th fS a i ukl s the All-England Club. were knocked out m the fmal Earlier, ILTF secretary Basil _ . . , Reay said the ATP boycott was "g** "h, niavin* "completely unjustified. J^Z'^ljf £ P i ay S! "Now we find ourselvM for Ham50nbu rg> Va., of the INOW we iintt ourselves Vall ^ tbb summer ^ hreatened anew, and I feel his b £ st w £ k comin out 0 ^ t , he that the true story should be bu!J in sur( ? situations made known," Reay said last year for the Galesburg Pio- 'Yugoslavia named its four neer s. On the Rebound Derry Records, Impressive Stats As SIU Pitcher By Joe MorrUi&y Sports Editor Robbie Derry still likes to work in relief, but he would'prefer to see a little more action than he got this season at Southern Illinois University. It wasn 't that Coach Ithchy Jones didn 't have the cpniiednce to call on him—far from it. The plucky southpaw has pitched for a number of different Galesburg teams, including the Silver Streaks, Hi-Lo of the local Connie Mack League, American Legion and the Pioneers of the CICL. Derry has impressive records with all of these teams and has continued pitching in this style at SIU. He has a won-loss record of of the NCAA District 4 Tourna- Total 2fl 4 4 Total 28 3 9 Score by innings: Leahy Electric ——Oil 000 2-4 Admiral 001 110 0—3 Giant Food ab r h J. Hosch'k 3 0 l Tate Tlmmons Webber Hanlon Miller 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 Dom's ab r h Shell 4 3 3 D. Derry 4 2 2 Goodman 4 3 3 McLaren 4 11 Anderson 4 0 2 B. Calde'e 3 0 1 C. Hosch'k 2 0 URobinson 1 0 0 Zieghorn 2 0 OIKemp 3 11 McCants 2 1 1'Johnson 3 1 1 Zavadll 2 0 OlSlmpson 3 1 3 Kirkenm'r 0 0 OlGallaway 2 2 1 IP. Calde'e 1 0 0 Total 21 2 41 Total Score by Innings: 36 14 18 Giant Food Dom's 000 02— 2 246 02—14 AP Picks 'Swanee' On Hall of Fame Evar Swanson, 69, of Gales burg, was named to the Illinois Associated Press Sports Hall of Fame at an AP meeting held last week in Chicago. Swanson, known to most sports fans as "Swanee," held the position of postmaster in Galesburg until retiring a year ago. Swanson was a 16-letter winner for the now defunct Lombard College and later played major league baseball with the Cincinnati Reds and Chicago White Sox. He also played with the Chicago Cardinal professioiv al football team. While playing baseball Swanson set a record for circling the bases (1929) that still stands. He was clocked at 13.3. Pars-Birdies-Bogies » JOE STOLARICK "Golf Pro at Bunker Links" Joe Will Give You Valuable Tips to Improve Your Golf Game. Join Joe Each Friday 8:30 P.M. CABLE TV fJf? GALESBURG w "local Television For local People" men for the Davis Cup May 8, as required and both cabled and telephoned Pilic. But it was not until May 14, the day after it became impossible for Yugoslavia to name another player, that word was received from him," said Reay. The ILTF reduced the nine- month suspension demanded by the Yugoslav Federation to three weeks, but it did not .prevent a head-on clash with the ATP. Darts Open BOSTON (UPI) - A corporation vice president from the Philadelphia area, Bob Thiede, will compete this weekend for $1,500 in prize money in the New England open darts championship. The nation's top dart players, including U.S. Open winner Al Lippmann, will play this weekend in singles competition and two and four player competition. "I work better when I come in with men on bases than when I start a game," Derry explained. "It's more of a challenge." Working under pressure is nothing new to young Derry, who led the American Legion to the state title two years ago. He won three games, starting two and relieving in the other, and batted over .400 for the tournament. Derry was ithe Jeading hitter in the tournament but could not win the most valuable player award because of a controversial rule that stated no player can win both awards. Robbie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Derry, 475 Bridge Ave. His falher was a catcher at Bradley University and umpired for 20 years in this area. Young Derry stands just 5 feet 8 but wants to play pro ball. He may do just that de spite the fact that some observers say he is too small. so far. Who's to say fie"can't fool a few more? -J- James Wasem, former Galesburg Pioneer and Monmouth College coach, has been 'doing good,, things at Northwest Missouri State University this spring. „; In only his first year as head coach, Wasem directed; his team to the first Missouri'Inter- Collegiate Athletic Association baseball championship in the history of the school. He also posted 'the best record ever for a baseball team at Nofithjwest. As a result of his "-efforts, Wasem was selected MIAA Coach of the Year. Northwest received the' 1 bid to host the NCAA college^division regional championship this year, also a first. However, Wasem's charges were "beaten by the University of Missouri at St. Louis. Johns Wins Short Track /en Grand Final Phillip Johns of Canton won the grand final event "in the amateur short .track i&ces at the Galesburg Motorcy$s; Club grounds Saturday night. Johns, riding a Yamaha, won the grand final, while 1 Terry Bond of Galesburg and, Ronald Ribolzi of Oglesby wer&second and third, respectively^ w Result* lOOco — Terry Bond, Galesburg, Yamaha; Bruce Vought. Rock Is. land, Hodaka; David Hebb',' Canton, Hodaka. , , 125cc — David Werckman', Peoria, Suzuki; Ronald Rlbolzj, ,,Ogleshy, Suzuki; Robert Hougland, Peoria, Yamaha. 175cc — Phillip Johns, Canton, Yamaha; Ronald Kingsley, Chillicothe, Bultaco; John Boss Jr.', Kewanee, Yamaha. 250cc — Terry Bond, Qalesburg, Yamaha; David Werckman. Peoria, Mont; Kenny Clary, Princeton, Bul­ taco. F •>> „, First Consolation — Stuart Olmstead, Galesburg. Yamaha; Gerald Vecco Jr., Peoria, Yamaha; John Nies, Rock Island, Monark. Second Consolation — I>ee 'Grlm- mett, Springfield, Bultncp: Dean Culbertson. Chilllcothe, H6dHka. Grand Final - PMUto.vtthnB, Canton, Yamaha; Terry Bond, Galesburg, Yamaha; Ronald.Bibol- Robbie's fooled a few people z i, ogiesby, Suzuki THE BIG CHIEF 5> 1973 Catalina 4-Dr. Sedan Stock #P73-61 —Turbohydramatic Trans —Power Steering —Power Disc Brakes — Front —Custom Air Conditioning -1178x15 WSW Tires —AM Radio —Soft Ray Glass — All —Roof Drip Mouldings —Body Side Mouldings —Rocker Panel Mouldings —Deluxe Wheel Covers. —Protective Bumper Strips -350 V-8 Engine —Courtesy Lamp Group Gerry PoniiaC' Cadillac, Mnc> 172 S. PrairieMqfee Gahsbyrg Beautiful-Buy a PQntias ph - 34fr11 |f m I

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