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1-Galesburg Rea ister *Mai l > ..Gajesbuf fl>,, ,1 IJL. - Saturday, .June-16, if 73 _<_L GALESBURG ALL-CITY JUNIOR OIRLS GOLF TOURNAMENT Infry ll-rtk Tournament Dotes: June 25, 28, 29 Nam» Addrasi Hdrrt* Cdunt llrthdate ______ Aga Bra.k-tft — 10 Through 17 ( ) (Please Denote Age In Bracket) No Entry Fee Returned — No Substitution of Entries ENTRY jFEE $3.50 (ftr pairing purposes entries tiro requested by June 20). Tournament committee reserves the right to reject entries. Pioneers Blank Macomb 2-0 GALESBURG ALL CITY JUNIOR BOYS GOLF TOURNAMENT Entry Blank TOURNAMENT DATES: JUNE 25, 28 and Name Address Home Course Birthdate Age Brackets 10-12 ( ), 13-14 ( ), and 15-17 ( (Please Denote Age in Brackets) No Entry Fee Returned — No Substitution of Entries ENTRY FEE $3.50 (For pairing purposes entries are requested by June 20). Tournament committee reserves the right to reject entries. MACOMB - Barry Koetteke pitched and batted the Gales* burg Pioneers to their first Win of the 1973 season hefe Friday night. the University of Missouri southpaw allowed just 3 hits in a route-going effort and drove in both of the runs as Coach Jim Isaacson's charges posted a 2-0 victory over the Macomb Macs. It was the first win of the season for the Pioneers who had lost their first two games. They are at Peoria tonight and will host Springfield Sunday afternoon at Knox' Blodgett Field. Galesburg is to have their official home opener at H. T. Custer Park Monday night. It was the first loss of the season for the Macs who are now 3-1 in Central Illinois Collegiate League action. Koerieke said after the game that it was the first time he had gone the full nine innings in two years. CICL Standings Pel. oft .750 — .667 .50T) .333 .333 .000 Hi H_ W L Peoria .1 1 Macomb 2 1 Springfield .... 1 1 Bioomlrtffton i 2 Galesburg _, 1 2 Charlesfn-Mfllt'n 0_l ._ Ytifitdaya Aaiuiii Galesburg 2, Macomb 0 Springfield at CharlMton-Mattoon, ppcl., rain Today'* Game* Galesburg at Peoria, 7:30 p.m. Charleiton-Mattoon at Macomb 2, 2 p.m. Bloomlngtoti at Springfield, 2, 6 p.m. Sunday's aim*. Macomb at Bloomtngton, 2 p.m. Springfield at Galesburg (Knox College), 2 p.m. "We had a reliever ready from the fifth inning on because it was warm and muggy and we figured he would tire," Isaacson said. "But he finished strong. His fast ball still, had zip on it in the ninth, and he was keeping it low." The leadoff man singled to lead off the ninth, but he fanned the next batter and a double play, third to second to first, ended the game. "We made some errors in base running that cost us some runs," the Pioneer coach said. "The kids made a couple, and I made one because of a lack of communication." The Galesburg victory provided revenge for both the Pioneers and Koeneke who was the losing pitcher in the opener against the Macs last Tuesday. Koeneke walked three while striking out just four but managed to stay out of trouble most of the time. He helped his own cause in the first inning with a bases- loaded single that made the score 1-0, and the Pioneers nursed this slim lead until the ninth. In the top of the ninth, Koeneke came through again, this time singling home an insurance run. Gary Bradley, first baseman from Drake University, came up with two hits in /our trips, including a double, and John Hoscheidt, outfielder from Southern Illinois University, had two for three. Shortstop Mark Miller had the only other extra base hit, a double. Jon Siron, infielder from the University • of Illinois, had two of the .three hits off Koeneke. QalMbuftf Westfalt Ness Szezec'akl Newman Brlskey Bollman Miller Hoscheidt Bradley Purccll Koeneke McCarthy ibr h 5 0 1 5 0 0 4 0 1 4 0 0 Plskorskl Wheat Slron , Stumpf 2 0 0|Pett'uzzo " " GrybaAh Babcock 1 0 0 4 1 1 3 1 2| 2 0 2 4 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 01 Vogel Da gel ilziel Macomb ab * h 3 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 2 4 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 Total 3B 2 0) Total 26 0 3 Score by Innings: Galesburg 010 000 001—2 Macomb .... . ... 000 000 000—0 E—Miller, LOB—Galesburg 8, Macomb fi. RBI — Koeneke 2. 2B— Miller, Bradley. lp h r erbbio Koeneke 0 3 0 0 H 4 Vogel 7 8 112 4 Dalzlel 2 1112 2 Class 6 Softball Boxes STANDINGS American Divlson W Rod's East End Tap 3 Eagle Food Center 3 American Business Clubs .3 Gates Misfits 2 Gates Giants 1 National Division W Admiral - — 4, Grady's 2100 Club 1 Lions Club - 1 Goodyear 1 Gates Finishers 1 L 1 1 1 2 3 L 0 3 3 3 3 Finishers Leath Campbell Bergman Shragal Haneghan Henry Luna Conley Wright Webber Moore Coombs Giants Glascr Mobbs Doan Walker Davis Semande Knelpp Day Roberts Main Eagles ab r h| ab r h 5 2 2|Tolle 5 2 3 5 3 4|Cisco 5 3 2 5 1- 3B10omq'st 5 4 4 5 I 3|Sprague. 5 15 5 0 OIBest 5 1 l|Brunkow 5 2 3| 5 2 3 5 3 2j 5 4 4, Total 50 10 25 Wilson Murftn Thor Smitty 5 2 3 4 3 3 5 2 1 5 2 3 5 1 3 5 2 3 Total 49 22 30 .agoans Have Bought Saints learn ATLANTA (UPI) - The New Orleans Saints have been sold to'.a Chicago group pending approval by the National Football 1 --League, the Atlanta Constitution reported today. The Constitution said a purchase price of close to $20 mil- j • lioa has been agreed upon. The newspaper identified the prospective buyers as Potter Pal- n.|r, George Gillett and John rvjjeil Jr., allof Chicago, who nl|cr own the Harlem Globe- tro tiers. •.'1'i.e Constitution said Palmer, wfoOlso is a part owner of the Atlanta Braves baseball. team, confirmed he was part of a group .attempting. to purchase thftfSaints from John Mecom. "'We have an agreement with On the Rebound Three Streak Athletes At Big Schools By JOE MORRISSEY Sports Editor American Legion Ea s ,es In Doubleheaders .Score by innings: Giants 060 282 1—19 018 406 5—22 Three key members of the 1972 Galesburg 'High School football team, who were also standouts on the Streak 3tate tournament baseball team, will be at major universities this spring, n but under different circunir 1 ~" stances. Louie Vitali, all-state halfback, is getting a full football scholarship at the U. of I., catcher Mark Thiel will be at i The Galesburg American Legion game with Camp Podnit Friday night was called off, but the Legion has four games scheduled this weekend. . The Legion was slated to play a doubleheader. at Moline this afternoon and will have another doubleheader at Moline Sunday] afternoon. Game time Sunday is 12:30 p.m. Mike Thompson, 1-0, takes the starting nod in the opener Sunday afternoon. Kirk King is a possible starter in the second game although has.had some elbow trouble. Lions ab r h Yeager 3 0 0 Pekfn'elder 3 11 Eckleb'ger 3 12 Apsey 3 11 Borden 3 0 0; Hanson 3 13 Swanson 3 0 2 Hllgenberg 3 0 2 Bell 2 0 1 Enes 2 0 0 Admiral ab r h IViOX 4 3 3 Kneebone 4 12 Brock 4 12 Sharp 4 2 2 Broadfield 4 2 2 Roitburg 4 13 Haeflinger 3 12 Miller 4 12 Rose 3 2 2 Beaulieu 3 2 2 Total 28 4 12| Score by innings: Lions ... Admiral . Total 37 16 22 _____ 112 00— 4 003 04—16 Grady's ab r h 3 2 1 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 0 0 4 1 2|Hungerf'd 2 1 1 4 1 liBoyti 0 1 0 3 1 0 Barton 10 0 3 3 3|M Balr 3 2 0 Hick 3 3 8 Davison Ibt b| 5 2 3,Prlce 5 0 1|D. Balr 3 2 2|Legge 4 2 11Wilson 1 0 ORlce 0 0 0 Artificial Turf at NU Plckrel .Stranger (Morris Schwartz iSmith 10 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 1 0 1 Total 38 17 16 Total 23 6 8 Goodyear Misfits Goodyear ab r h ab r h Gomez 4 3 2 Nicaise 4 2 2 Fritz 4 3 2 Patterson 4 2- 2 Hal lam 4 1 o it Waiter 4 1 2 Sekeres 4 0 2 Martinez 4 3 3 Gianos 4 0 0 Owens 4 0 1 Anderson 4 0 0 French 4 2 2 Smith 4 0 O Pruett 4 1 0 Grawey 4 1 1 Ray 3 1 1 Olson 3 2 3 Olson 2 0 1 Hllgenberg 1 1 1 Cauthon 2 1 •1 Hllgenberg • Beech 2 0 0 Total 36 1113 Total 37 13 15 Rod's Ambucs ab r h .ab r h Boyer 5 2 2 Wolf 5 3 3 Stevens 5 1 1 Smiley 5 2 2 Way 5 2 3 Stear 5 3 3 Farquer 5 3 3 Robinson 4 3 3 Galloway 3 0 0 B. Darrah 4 0 0 Shepherd 4 0 1 Peake 4 1 1 Johnson 3 0 1 Green 4 0 0 Woerly 4 0 1 Whittle 1 0 1 Parrlsh 3 1 1 Sage 3 0 0 Hebard 2 1 1 Lersch 4 0 1 Schau l'fel 1 0 0 MUler 2 0 0 DeCamp 1 1 1 T. Darrah 1 0 1 Dugan 1 0 0 Jefferson 1 0 0 Merriman 2 0 1 Total 45 11 16 Total 42 12 15 ..,..._, . L , . ,;Missouri on a full ride in base JcturMecom and the league not baU md defensive back Mike Scrappers Lose 3-2 to Reynolds Mr. Steak Scrappers, • Gales^ burg girls softball team, lost a 3 2 squeaker to Reynolds. Kathy Peterson hit a 2-riin homer in the fourth inning to ac- .o,discus S it, however," Palmer ;SraSr ^ISy his luck a. feoredTn^'inTe wflfrrquoted as saying. The newspaper said Palmer admitted that a contract between the negotiating parties had 'been signed and needs only league approval before the purchase becomes final. Applcton fi Burlington 1 Burlington 9 Applcton 7 J»me) Clinton 7 Wis. Rapids 2 "walk on" at Notre. Dame Ostrander had offers from Yale University and several small schools but failed to attract most of the bigger universities because of his lack of S17.C. Members of the Notre Dame coaching staff studied Ostrander in GHS game films and ex(2nd > 5resse d interest in the Streak ! defender. They invited Ostran- ;fJer to try out for the team but jsaid they had no football schol­ ars!, second and fifth innings. Getting two base hits "in three times at bat for the Scrappers was Kathy Shea. As a team the Scrappers had only three hits in 27 trips to the plate. ^j'/h and Deep Lake Titicata, the highest navigable body of water in the world at an altitude of 12,500 ft., is more than 600 feet deep. The lake is situated on the Major League Box Scores Chicago ab r h bl| Monday 3 1 I) OiOates Kes'nger 3 1 2 0 ,'Ciarr Wll'anis 4 1 2 liBvans Bourq'e 3 0 I) OlAaron Santo 3 0 1 2|Lum 3 110 Gar'ctt 3 0 0 0[Baker 0 0 0 0 Huncll'y 4 0 0 OlJacks' Popo'ch 3 (J 1 OlJohns'n 4 13 1 Bonh'm 2 0 0 OlPercz 4 112 Hick'an 1 0 0 OlHar'son 4 111 La Roche 0 0 0 0, Atlanta Total 32 1 5 1| Total 31 0 7 0 ab r h bl Score' by Innings : 5 0 1 2 Milwaukee .... 000 000 001—1 4 0 1 OlChlcngo 000 000 000—0 5 12 1 E—Alvarado, Herrman 2. DP— 4 1 1. llMllwaukce 1, Chicago 1. LOB—Mil- EVANSTON, 111. (UPI)-Arti ficial surfaces will be installed on both the football field and the running track in Northwestern University's Dyche Stadium before thie 1973 grid season, Harold H. Anderson announced today. Anderson, chairman of the "Benchwarmers" booster club, said the group had raised pledges of $505,500 toward the approximate cost of $675,000 for the^ work, scheduled to begin next week. He said that the artificial turf on the football field would be ready for Northwestern's ThieVs Summer Program Gets Under Way Monday opening home football game against Michigan State Sept. 15. The running track also will be expanded from six to eight lanes, permitting Northwestern to host Big Ten championships denied previously because of the narrow track. Anderson said , r the new ; field would be the first of several improvements planned by his group, including new seating, painting, renovated washrooms, and new locker rooms. Gura Hiser- 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Total 30. 3 6 3 Total 36 8 13 8 Score by Innings: Chicago 300 OOlP'OOO-S Atlanta 100 304 OOx—8 E—Harrison, Aaron. DP—Atlanta 2. LOB—Chicago 6, AUanta 8. 2B—Jackson. Harrison, Johnson HRs—Evans (15), Aaron (17). lp h tir bb so Bonham (L4-1) - 5 6 4 4 2 4 LaRocne 0 5 4 4 0 0 Gura 3 2 0 0 0 4 Harrison (W 2-2) ...9 8 3 2 6 7 LaRocne pitched to five batters In 6th. HBP--by Bonham (Baker), by Gura (Garr). WP—Harrison. T—2:41. A—10,590. Quad. Cities 6 Quincy 1 | -j. tQ offer him Quincy 6 Quad Cities 3 (2nd; G a f esburg finished with a 6-3 1 Peru-Bolivia boundary. "g£fme) Cedar Rapids at Danville, ppd, rain ~ GALESBURG LIN.01N-M.RW Has Mori Kinds of; Rental Cars • Rental Plans • Payment Plans Foe More Kinds of People • Comet , • Mont.go 'M, Monterey Rent Hourly . . . Daily . . . Weekly . . Monthly . . . Annually THEY NOV/ HONOR The following Credit Cards For Your Ccnvenienee 120 N. Broad 342,4121 Chicago ab r h bl 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 record in football last fall with Thiel at quarterback and Vitali • one of the top break-away threats in the state. Coach Bob Johns' gridders won their first five games, three of them in the rugged Western Big Six Conference. -J- Ostrander, one of the top hit- ;ters on the Galesburg High School baseball team this spring, quit the American Legion team after three games. Mike said that with work this summer and the special exercises program he must follow to prepare for N. D. football, he just didn't have time for the heavy Legion baseball schedule. -J- Steve Kuzma, a former Costa High School student, was a member of the Billings Central High School team that won the state championship in Montana this spring. Steve, who left Galesburg after his sophomore year at Cos'a, played gol. at Bunker Links and was a member of the Friar golf team. Milwaukee ab r hbl| Johnson 5 0 1 OIKelly Money 4 0 0 O'Sharp D. May 4 0 0 0ID Allen 4 0 0 0 Scott 3 0 0 OlMelton 3 0 3 0 Brown 4 0 1 0C May 3 0 0 0 Briggs 3 0 2 OMuser 4 0 10 Roclri'ez 3 1 0 OHerr'nn 4 0 0 0 Colu'io 4 0 0 0'Leon 2 0 2 0 Garcia 2 0 1 HAlva'do 3 0 0 0 Slaton 0 0 0 OlWood waukee 9, Chicago 7. 2B—Kelly, Melton 2. SB—Scott, Rodriguez. SF—Garcia. lp h r er bb so Slaton (W 3-5) .. 0 7 0 0 3 5 Wood (L 14-7) 9 5 1 13 7 HBP—by. Wood (Rodriguez). WP —Slaton. PB—Herrmann 2: • T—2:17. A—30,612. St. Louis Dwyer Stein Size'ore Torre Reitz Carew Tyson McC'er Foster Carbo Brock Houston abrhbll ab r hbl 4 0 0 0|Agee OlWynn 4 1 2 2 1 0 0 0|Agee OlWynn 4 0 1 0 4 1 2 OlCed'no 3 0 1 0 3 1 3 2 Watson 4 1 1 1 4 0 0 0 May 4 0 3 0 4 0 1 0 Rader 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Helms 2 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 Metzg'r 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 Rob'rts 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Ray 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 Cra'ford 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 OlYork 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Galesburg and area boys are reminded today that the opening date for the John Thiel Summer Recreation Program is drawing closer. The yearly program begins on Monday, June 18 and stresses the fundamentals of basketball, baseball, tennis and golf. All boys between eight years of age and the ninth grade of junior high school are eligible to sign up for the summer ac tivities. Due to the success of the program there is no deadline on signing up and registrations will be received throughout the summer. Sports movies, theories of play, actual demonstrations and discussions by guest lecturers highlight the program and boys are grouped by ages and activities desired. Application cards arc available at Gale Ward's Sporting Goods Company and from Floyd Le Grand's Service Station on the Public Square. See the Toro Mini Rider Total 34 2 9 2| Total 30 3 9 3 St. Louis 000 020 000—2 Houston .. 002 000 Olx—3 E—Simmons, Melendez. DP— Houston 2. LOB—St. Louis 9, Houston 6. 2B—Torre, Melendez, Cruz, Sizemore. HRs—Agce (3), Torre (4), Watson (8), SB—Brock. S—Roberts. lp h T «r bb so Foster (L 4-4) ... 8 9 3 3 2 6 Roberts (W7-3) ..8 B 2 2 4 2 Ray 1. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OlCrawford V. 0 0 0 0 1 York ',b 0 0 0 0 0 WARM TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITS'* Two Homers Featured In Little League Stacy Watson of the Pirates and Doug Frank of the Red Sox both smashed home runs to highlight Little League action j ot 0. N. Custer Park Friday night.. The Cardinals held off a Pirate rally to take a 12-8 victory in the opener, while the Red Sox romped to a 20-3 win over the Athletics in the nightcap. Kevin Thierry was the winning pitcher, and Watson took the loss. Jeff Turney went three for three at the plate for the Cards, while Mark Fields contributed two base hits. The Pirates' Brad Radakovich also go f a pair of hits. The Sox totaled 12 hits in 36 times at bat. Rick Nelson went four for six, and Brian Huffman and Don Simmons both got two hits. Brian Huffman was credited with the win. Steve Schwab got the defeat." Tonight is a rain-out date in j Little League. Cardinals Plratat ibr hi ibr h Jackson o 1 OINemeth 2 0 1 Olasnovlch 4 2 llMakeever 2 0 0 Adjustable steering column ...-fsneedi-ifline •-, transmj^siflri -Kcy-Lcctric"* slarter 25" cutting width Optional bagging attachment Safety deflector tar "Wind-Tunnel"* housing vacuums as you mow TORO Haven't you done without a Toro long enough? See Our Fully Equipped Toro Mowers Vacuum bag eliminates raking Safety bar helps deflect stones Key-Lectric"* starting Safety shield helps protect toes Front-wheel drive 1 Model 21373 Haven't you done without a Toro long enough? Why Should You Till with Toro Thierry Turney Mitchell Fields Minis Berry Pyatt Cash Isaacson Jacobson Campbell McGulre » 2 1 3 ,'i 3 3 2 1 Nordgren 3 2 ll Watson 3 2 II B. Hada'h 3 1 2 3 1 2 Anderson 2 0 0 1 1 0 Bltcon 3 1 1 3 0 0 Sramek 2 0 1 2 0 1 Tlpsword 1 I) 0 2 0 1 Stromson 1 1 0 1 0 OJ. Rada'h 1 0 0 1 0 0 Hendricks 1 0 0 0 0 olCheesman 1 1 0 1 0 01 Total 25 8 7 Demo Derby Winner Rollie Paulsgrove, 1152 Harrison St., stands grounds Friday night atop his battered car with arms raised in victory after winning the grand final of the demolition derby at the Knox County Fuir- 'aulsgrove had to climb through live front windshield to get out of his car after the race. (Register-Mail photos by Dale Humphrey) Total 29 12 10 Ca S rdlnaU y 272 10C-12 pfrate. °°V6C- * S. McBrlde 2 1 18. HuM'n 2 0 0 Larson 3 0 OlMendez S 2 1 S Schwab 3 1 JIB. Huf.'n 8 1 2, Smith 2 0 1 Simmons 3 3 2; Woolrldae 1 0 ONelson 6 3 4 Hendricks 1 0 0 Frank 3 2 1 D. Schwab 1 0 OlKelthley pip Howerter 1 0 OIBeserra 1 1 l Masterson 0 0 0 Robertson 2 10 Mahnesm'h 2 0 0 Herrln 10 0 D. McBrlde 1 0 0 Headlcy. ? ? S Boone 1 0 OMcDon'gh 1 1 0 DeJaynes 1 0 oyump I 0 \ Buck 1 l l'Woehlk 2 1 WrlKht 1 0 ii. Zauhar 1 1 0} Tola I 20V4I Total 38 20 12 n£."sox by inninaS: »« *>»- a,,: ".hl.U?. "00 003 • 3 1 poiyfosm air filter is easy to clean Easy-pull starter Cast-iron gear box, gears resist wear Two tine speeds adapt to various soil conditions (4-and 5-hp models only) 26" width, 1" to S" depth 14" fiolo tines guaranteed for life, replaced if broken under normal use WJde bandies make steering easy Clutch and safety reverse are centrally located V-belt and pulley drive withstand* rough treatment Heavy-duty wheels 3 position! Haven't you done without a Toro Jong enough? IN KNOXVILLE 301 S. Timber--289-4214

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