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Junior Tennis Open Held Approximately 175 youths participated In McDonald's Junior Tennis Open at the Laketawn ' and Knox College tennis courts over the weekend. Competition in the tournament began on Friday with the finals ' held Sunday. Except for damage , to the courts caused by Saturday night's storm, the tourney went smoothly, accordirng to '. Laurin Stacey, tournament director. Players from all parts of Illinois as well as from Iowa participated in the Open, which is the main qualifying event for the Western Boys Closed tournaments to be held at Lansing, Mich., and Indianapolis, Ind., in July. i In the boys 12-and-under singles, Dave Blllstrom of Aurora won the championship by defeating Dave Hunt of Bloom- inglon in three sets 4-6, 8-0, d-i. Todd Black of Danville downed Buzz Hardy of Springfield 6-4, 8-2 for the 14-and-under singles title. However, Hardy and Greg Bell of Peoria beat Black and Steve Stacey of Galesburg 6-4, 8-2 for the 14-and-under doubles championship. Steve Hil|t of Galesburg won the 16-and-under class by defeating Don Davis of Aurora 6-0, 7-6. Hill and Greg Stacey, also of Galesburg, were second in the 16-and-under doubles after losing to Steve Orr of Pckin and Tory flossetter of Peoria 4-6, 6-2, 8-2 In the final. Second in the 16-and-under singles was Mark Parker of Galesburg as he lost the title match to Bruce Franks of Springfield 6-4, 6-4. Parker had beaten Bill James, No. 3 singles player in the state, of Springfield but was beaten by Franks in the finals of the Peoria Tournament a week ago. In the 18-and-under doubles competition, Franks and Bill Mueller of Springfield teamed up to beat Parker and Dave Halpern of Galesburg, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 for the championship Franks also received the sportsmanship award for the tournament. The trophy was given to Franks as the player best exemplifying good sportsmanship both on and off the court. In the girls 14-nnd-undcr singles division, Mary Preble defeated Shirley Furgal 6-1, 6-0, In the final match. Sue Ward of Sterling was victorious over Prc- bil 6-1, 6-1 in the 16-and-under class. However, Prebil and Radloff defeated Bogdonas and Johnson for the 16-and-under doubles chamiponship. The girls 18-and-under champion was Furgal, who defeated Shirley Futlon 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 in their final. Cubs Split But Increase Division Lead Winners in boys competition in McDonald's Junior Tennis Open over the weekend were, front row, from left, Buzz Hardy of Springfield, Todd Black of Danville, Greg Stacey, Steve Hill and Steve Stacey, all of Gales- Open Winners burg. Back row: Steve Orr, Terry Rossetter, both of Pekin, Mark Parker of Galesburg, Bruce Franks of Springfield, Greg Bell of Peoria and Don Davis of Aurora. (Register- Mail photos by Steve Stout.) nraiSlSi ATLANTA (UPI) - The Chi cago Cubs increased their Na tional League Eastern Division lead to five games Sunday de spite a split in their double header with the Atlanta Braves. While the Cubs were beating Atlanta 9-3 and then losing 8-5, second place Montreal was dropping a 12-inning 3-2 decision to Los Angeles. Burt Hooton (7-3) gave up all the Braves runs in the first inning of the first game before | settling down to fire a seven- hitter. Hooton's performance assured him of a place in the Cubs' starting rotation. "Hooton never was out of the rotation," Chicago Manager Whitey Lockman said after the game. "He was just given a few extra days of rest this week." Jose Cardenal and Carmen Fanzone each connected for two-run homers to pace the Cub attack. Rookie Pat Borque had a two-run double in a five- run Cubs' seventh. In the second game, the Cubs took a 1-0 lead in the fourth when Cardenal doubled, stole third, and scored on Randy Hundley's single. They added more in the fifth on three walks and two singles. Atlanta, meanwhile, scored single runs in the fourth and sixth innings, and three runs in each the seventh and eighth. Juan Pizarro, who relieved starter Milt Pappas suffered his first defeat of the season in the second game. In tonight's action, Fergie Jenkins, (7-4) will take on Dock Ellis (5-7) as the Cubs invade Pittsburgh. Astros Top Cardinals In 7-3 Battle HOUSTON, Tex. (UPI) - The St. Louis Cardinals' alteimpt to reach .500 was thwarted again Sunday. Lee May drove in three runs with three singles and light hitting Roger Metzger had a perfect four-hit day as the Houston Astros beat the Cards, 7-3. The Cardinals have been unable to reach the .500 mark al season. A win Sunday would have evened their record at 30-30. The Cardinals scored all their runs in the sixth Inning on a walk to Dave Campbell, a single by Joe Torre, a triple by Tim McCarver and a single by Jose Cruz. May, hitting in his 17th straight game, knocked in a run in the third and drove in two mare in the sixth. Metzger, having a 4-4 day for the first time in his career, singled in the first, third, fourth and seventh. Metzger scored in the third on singles by Bob Watson and May. He walked during the Astros' three - run sixth and •again was driven in by May. After three walks by reliever Wayne Granger in the sixth, Diego Segui came on. Watson got an infield hit off Torre's glove at third to score one run and May singled to left for the other two. Galesburg Reaister r MgiJ^Gq|esburg # 111. Monday, J une 18, 1.971,,19 Galesburg Pionee O Ratty for 4-3 Win : Mike Bollman delivered the winning hit for a come-from- behind 10-inning victory by the Galesburg Pioneers Sunday afternoon at Knox College's Blodgett Field. Bollman, who had entered the game a few innings prior, singled with nobody out and the bases leaded to give the Pioneers a 4-3 win over the Springfield Caps in CICL play. It was the second win of the young season for the Pioneers who will battle Bloomington tonight at H. T. Custer Park. Due to technical difficulties last Tuesday, pre-game ceremonies were unable to be held. They will be heW prior to tonight's encounter. Saturday night the Pioneers lost a rain-abbrfeviated game in Peoria by a 2-0 score. They are now 2-3 in the rugged Cen tral Illinois Collegiate League Galesburg had trailed 3-0 go ing into the ninth inning but erupted for three runs to send the game into extra innings. Bob Szczecinski, University of Arizona, singled with two outs to drive in two runs and tie the score at 3-3. The Pioneers had five hits in the ninth and 10th innings and only three in the first eight CICL Standings w L Fet. aa E eo , rlfl ....— - 4 1 -M"' - Sprlhgfle!d 3 2 .000 1 Mncomb 3 3 .300 V/i Bloomington 2 3 .400 2 Gnlesburg 2 3 .400 2 Charlest'n-Matt'n 1 2 .333 2 YMiardfty'i neiulis Bloomington f), Macomb 5, 10 innings. Galesburg 4, Sprlnfffleld 3, 10 Innings. Only games (scheduler!. Today* Oam«« Macomb nf, Peoria, 7:30 p.m. Bloomington at Galesburg (H. T. Custer Park), 7:30 p.m, Charlest.on-Matloon at Springfield (2), fl p.m. Tuesday's daman Peoria at Macomb, 5:30 p.m. Bloomington at Charleston-Mattoon (Baker Field, Charleston), 7:30 p.m. and make contact," Coach Jim Isaacson said after the game. "We were taking far too many pitches early in the game." Isaacson pointed out that Jack Brennan, VAA^V; starter, is a strong pitcher, having compiled a 25-2 record in two years at Lewis College. "Springfield has two pitchers as good as any we'll face all season," the Pioneer boss said. Galesburg was beaten by the Caps' Jack Kucik, Miami of Ohio, last week. Isaacson praised the work of starter Paul Kreke, Quincy College, although the big right­ hander did not get the win. He Schedule Is Listed !For Farm League The first half of Little League's Farm League schedule is listed below. Three games are played on each date. Game times are 8:00, 9:20 and 10:40 in the morning. June 18—Yankees vs. Red Sox, Tigers vs. Indians, Athletics vs. White Sox 19—Braves vs. Cards, Dodgers vs Pirates, Cubs vs. Giants. 20—Indians vs. Red Sox. Tigers vs. Athletics, Yankees vs. White Sox. 21—Braves vs. Pirates, Cards vs Uiants, Cubs vs. Dodgers. 22—Indians vs. Athletics, Red Sox vs. White Sox, Yankees vs. Tigers. 25^-Pirates vs. Cards, Giants vs Dodgers. Braves vs. Cubs. 26—Athletics vs. Red Sox, White Sox vs. Tigers, Indians vs. Yankees 27—Cards vs. Dodgers, Giants vs Braves. Pirates vs. Cubs. 28—Red Sox vs. Tigers, White Sox vs.' Indians, Athletics vs. Yankees. 20—Braves vs. Dodgers, Cards vs. Cubs, Giants vs. Pirates. July 2—Indians vs. Tigers, Bed Sox vs Yankees, White Sox vs. Athletics. 3—Cards vs. Braves, Pirates vs. Dodgers, Giants vs. Cubs. 5—Red Sox vs. Indians, Athletics vs. Tigers, White Sox vs. Yankees. 6—Pirates vs. Braves, Giants vs. Cards, Dodgers vs. Cubs. 9—Athletics vs. Indians, White Sox vs. Red Sox, Tigers vs. Yankees. 10—'Cards vs. "Pirates, Dodgers vs Giants, Cubs vs. Braves. 11—Red Sox vs. Athletics, Tigers vs. White Sox, Yankees vs. Indians. 12—Dodgers vs. Cards, Cubs vs. Pirates. Braves vs. Giants. 13—Tigers vs. Red Sox, Yankees vs. Athletics, Indians vs. White Sox. We started to swing the batsa'/so praised Tom Steen, Uni- Four Games Played Over Weekend in Little League Four games were played in Little League at O. N. Custer Major League Box Scores Sportsmanship Award Bruce Franks, left, of Springfield receives sportsmanship award in McDonald's Junior Tennis Open completed Sunday at Lakelawn. Presentation is made by Bob Mueller, man- (lst Game) Chicago ab r h bi Monday 3 0 0 0 •ager and part owner of McDonald's Restaurant. Franks also won the 18 and under singles title. Rodriguez Sparks Brewers Hlck'an 0 Hiser 1 Beckert 4 Wil'iams 3 Bourq'e 5 Carde'al 4 Fanzone 4 Rudo'ph 4 Kes'nger 4 Hooton 4 Oates Garr Evans Aaron Lum Baker Johns'n Perez Morton House Panth'r Atlanta ab r h bi 5 0 10 4 12 0 3 10 0 2 0 0 0 4 110 4 0 2 1 3 0 11 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 oooo oooo Hoern'r 0 0 0 0 Jacks'n 10 0 0 Total 32 3 7 2 BY BILL RICH UPI Sports Writer Catcher Ellie Rodriguez, according to manager Del Crandall, is the spark that keeps the Milwaukee Brewers moving. "In my opinion Rodriguez has been the big sparkplug on this team," says Crandall. "Ellie has been so great that (Darrell) Porter has not been able to break in." Porter got his chance Sunday and made the most of it as he and designated hitter Joe Lahoud each slapped grand slam homers in consecutive innings to lift the streaking Brewers to a 15-5 pounding over the Chicago White Sox. Sitting atop the American League East by one full game over Baltimore, the victorious Brewers marked their 14th win in their last 15 games, their ninth in a row and six straight over the Chjsox. In the sixth inning, Lahoud homered again, tying a club record with six RBI's in a single game. Righthander Stan Bahnsen, who threw the grandslam pitch to Porter in the second inning, was lifted after consecutive singles by Don Money and Dave May in Milwaukee's six- run third. The hit gave Porter his first major league homer and Jerry Bell, the Milwaukee starter, his seventh triumph against six defeats. Bell departed after five innings and a 14-1 lead. I'VE GOT 25 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY A SENTRY AUTO POLICY. ONE OF THEM IS THAT YOU MAY SAVE MONEY. Phone 343-0415 1088 DAYTON DRIVE •In In other American League games, Kansas City won a doubleheader from Cleveland 6 3, and 6-2, Boston trimmed Oakland 4-2, Detroit shut out Minnesota 6-0, Baltimore nipped Texas 5-4 in 16 innings and New York tripped California 5-1 in the second game but lost the first, 8-0, Amos Otis drove in three runs with a two-run homer and a single and Dick Drago, 7-5, hurled his seventh complete game in his last U starts to pace the Royals to a victory over Cleveland in the first game of a doubleheader. Ken Wright allowed three hits in 8M» innings to boost his record to 2-1 with the second game victory. The two game sweep moved the Royals to within one half game of first place in the Western Division. Luis Tiant gave up just four hits, two of them homers by Reggie Jackson, and Danny Cater drove in two runs and rapped out four hits to give the Bosox a victory over the A's. Total 36 9 11 9 Score by Innings: Chicago 000 022 500—1) Atlanta 300 ooo 000—3 E—Lum, Rudolph, Evans. DP- Chlcago I. Atlanta 2. LOB—Chi cago 4, Atlanta 7. 2B—Kessinger 2, Bourque. 33— Garr, Baker. HRs — Fanzone (2), Cardenal (8). SB—Garr. S—Morton SF—Williams. ip h r er bb so Hooton (W 7-3) » 7 3 3 4 2 Morton (L 6-5) — 614 8 6 5 0 3 House _ i,-, 1' 3 3 2 0 Panther 2 2 0 0 0 2 Hoemer la 0 0 0 1 0 WP—Hooton. T—2:44. (2nd Game) Atlanta ab r h bl Jackson 3 0 0 0 Johns'n 2 113 Goggln 4 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 Chicago ab r hbl Kes'eer 5 12 0 Popo'ch 4 10 0 Carde'al 3 1 1 II Hick'an 3 0 o <)!Evans Santo 4 0 1 l|Lum Fanzone 3 11 1 Baker Hundl'y 3 0 2 lIGarr r 3ENTRY .H INSURANCE Rudy Aten WARM TOMORROW Time to Jusuiale WHITE'S PHONE &42-Q185 Hiser Aker Pappas Pizarro Monday Beckert 3 0 10 oooo 2 10 0 oooo oooo 10 0 0 Teped'o Perez Cusa'va Oates Free'an Frisella Brown Schuel'r Dietz House 3 10 0 2 0 12 3 110 2 10 0 2 0 2 1 3 12 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 110 0 10 12 0 0 0 0 Total 31 8 10 8 Total 31 5 8 41 Score by innings Chicago 000 130 010—5 Atlanta . 000 101 33x—8 DP--Atlanta 2. LOB—Chicago 6, Atlanta 5. 2B—Cardenal, Garr, Casanova. Hit —Johnson (12), Fanzone (3). SB -— Cardenal, Baker- S—Hiser, Baker. SF-Bak«r. Ip h Pappas _ 5 5 Pizarro (LO-1) ... . 8 3 Aker . .... 1 2 Freeman 4 4 Frisella 1 1 Schueler <W 2-2) 3 3 House 1 0 Milwaukee ab r h bi Chicago ab r h bi 4 2 3 1 Johnson 5 10 0 Kelly Money 4 3 3 0 Andre's 5 0 10 Vuko r ch 1 0 0 0 D. AUen 2 110 D. May 4 12 2 Orta 10 12 Thomas 2 0 1 0 Alvar'do 1 0 0 1 Seott 4 2 3 1 Melton 3 0 11 Heise 2 0 0 OH Allen 2 0 0 0 Brlggs 2 3 1 1 C. May 5 0 0 0 Brown 1 0 0 0 Reich'dt 4 0 2 0 Lahoud 4 3 2 6 Muser 4 0 10 Porter 4 2 14 Leon 4 12 0 Koluc'io 5 0 0 OBrink'n 4 110 Garcia 5 0 2 1 Bahns'n OOOO Bell 0 0 0 OGos'age 0 0 0 0 Lock'od 0 0 0 ojKealev 0 0 0 0 Gardn'r 0 0 0 O'O'Toole 0 0 0 0 Total 43 15 15 is| Total 30 5 13 5 Score by innings: Milwaukee 04fi 022 100—15 Chicago 000 100 301— 5 E—D. Allen, Melton. DP—Milwaukee 2, Chicago 1. LOB—Milwaukee 7, Chicago 9. 2B—Scott, D. Allen, D. May, Money, Brinkman, Orta, Andrews. HRs—Porter (6), Lahoud 2 (2). ip h r er bb io Bell (W7-6) 5 6 1110 Lockwoocl 3 6 3 3 0 1 Gardner 1 11110 Bahnsen (L7-6) — 2 4 6 6 3 0 Gossage Mi 3 4 3 1 0 Kealey 3% 6 4 2 1 1 O'Toole .. . 3 2 1 1 1 1 Bahnsen pitched to two batters In 3rd. Save—Gardner (1). WP— Gossage. Balk—Bell. PB—Brinkman. T—2:56. A—33,392. Park over the weekend The Cardinals edged the Gi ants 14-13, the Indians squeaked by the Athletics 7-6, the Braves defeated the Pirates 10-8 and the White Sox topped the Tigers 3-1 Tom Southwell of the Giants and Jeff Turney and Jeff Mitchell of the Cards all had homers in the 14 -13 slugfest. Kevin Thierry and Mitchell both went three for four for the Cards, while the Cards' Mark Fields and Troy Berry and the Giants' Rick Johnson and Jim Fisher all had two hits Winning pitcher was Fields, and Jeff Weinberg took the loss. Curt Cunningham was the winner for the Indians, while Rick Smith got the defeat. Bill Hasselbacher, Mike Unger and Lloyd Powell all contributed two hits apiece in the winning cause, and Tim Holt got two for the Athletics. The Pirates' Stacy Watson and the Braves' Tony McKillip, winning hurier, homered in their .game. McKillip and Pat Felz both knocked out tlwo base hits for the Braves, and Watson and Mark Nemeth did the saimp for the Pirates. Losing (pitcher was Dan Bitcon. Dave Tolley was credited with the victory for the White Biblical Symbol The juniper bush symbolizes protection. According to legend, when Joseph, the Virgin Mary and the Infant Jesus fled from Herod into Egypt, they found refuge behind a juniper bush. St. LouU Brock Ca'pbell Torre Sim'ons McC'ver Cruz Mele'ez Segul Reitz ab r h bi] 4 0 1 O.Agee 4 10 OlMetzger 4 1 1 OWynn 3 0 0 0 4 112] 3 0 2 1 3 0 0 OlSte'art 0 0 0 0|Helms 10 0 OJutze Watson May Batista Hrab'sky 0 0 0 OlWilson cfevel'd 10 0 0 Pena oooo Dwyer 10 0 0 Granger 0 0 0 0 Stein 2 0 10 Ray Houston ab I hbl 4 2 11 4 2 4 1 3 10 0 5 2 3 1 5 0 3 3 OOOO 3 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 4 111 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Sox, and Eric Crisman got the defeat for the Tigers. Getting two hits in two times at bat for •the Tigers was Victory Gonpez. The Tigers play the White Sox again in tonight's first game. The Dodgers and Giants meet in the nightcap. versity of Iowa, who lost, at Peoria Saturday, .;„.,„ With nothing going , ..right, Isaacson decided to switch things around on the atoning lines in the sixth inning lfi'the hopes of changing the pioneer luck. He left the coachifig;,box himself, moved assisant coach Steve Achelpohl to third arid'put player Dan Ness on firC" Isaacson also made' '&>mc personnel changes on th^ 'field at that time, but nothing much happened until the ninth., Bollman singled with one" out and then Al Shepherd, batting for the pitcher, walked. Wc&tfall singled to drive in Bollman and leave Galesburg down 3-1 with runners at first and third. " Wcstfall then stole second and after Mike Heimcrdingeff filed out, Szczecinski singled in the tying runs. - f After reliever Bob Walked set the Caps down in order! Of* the lop of the 10th, the Pioneers went to work in the bottom half of the frame. Mark Miller opened up with a double and Gary Pufcell, a Galesburg product going; to Indian Hills Community College, walked. It was then that"ltick McCarthy, another Galesburg player at Indian Hills, was put n to run for Miller. Springfield brought in/southpaw Jim Weber to face the left- handed swinging Barry Koneke, who walked. Bollman than rapped a single to bring home McCarthy, with the winning run. Springfield scored two runs in the fourth and one jn the fifth, all of them unearned. ab r h| 3 0 2|Tulk 3 0 OlKee Galeiburg Westfall Ness Szcz'canskl 3 0 3 Bollman 2 0 1 Miller 2 0 1 Hoscheldt 3 0 0 Bradley 3 0 01 Heimerd'er 10 0 Steen 2 0 0] White Sox Benge LaFollette McMillan Tolley Ellison Je. Smith McQuillen Townsend Childers Jo. Smith Cordell Sauter Total Tlgeri ab r h| ab i h 2 1 llStrahman 2 0 0 1 1 0|P. Tadle 2 1 11 Anderson 0 0|LeRoy 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 0] 0 0 0 0 Corpuz Chrism an M. Tadie Kilpatrick Reed England • 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 10 2 0 2 2 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 16 3 3 Total 15 1 2 Rima Reid Morrison Stouffer Lopez Jackson Brustar ' Peoria ab r h 3 1 1 •2 1 1 i 3i 0 0 ' 3' 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 ,2 0 0 10 0 Lichtenst'n il 0 0 Total 22 0 7( Total • -22 2 5 Score by innings: Galesburg 000 "000—0 Peoria 200 000—2 LOB—Galesburg 8, Peoria 3.,RBI— Kee 2. 2B—Westfall, Tulk. 1 HR— Kee. SB—Kee. DP—Peoria 1. ip h r er bb so Steen (L 0-1) 6 5 2:, 2 1 4 Brustar . 3 4 0 .0 3 3 Lichtenst'n (W1-3) 3 3 O'O 1 4 WP—Steen. U—McMuIlen, Bolton. T—1:31. A—917. Want a bargain on a good camper? Shop the classified ads now ... or place an ad describing your needs! Braves Connors Pigge Felz McKillip Webber Sprague Alexander Cervantez Connor Pacheco Jones Perez Total Piratei ab r hi ab r h 3 2 1 Makeever 2 10 4 2 1 Nemeth 3 2 2!Nordgren 4 2 2|Watson 0 0 0 4 1 1 2 0 0] 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 10 0 28 10 io! Radak'ich Stromson Sramek Bitcon Swanson Tipsword Larkins Total 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 26 8 8 Score by innings: Braves Ill 025—10 Pirates 303 Oil— 8 Giants Barstow Johnson Shaver Southwell Fisher T. Blu'ine M. Blu'ine Weinberg Walker Goodman ab r h| 1 Oj Campbell 'Jackson Glasnovi'h Thierry Turney Mitchell Fields Berry Mims Cash Pyatt McGulre Cardlnali ab r h 2 2 2 0| 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 01 10 0 2 0 0 3 3 1 4 2 3 13 1 4 2 3 4 12 3 2 2 10 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 Springfield ab r h Verban 4 0 0| Schlemmer 5 0 1 Bennett 4 1 1 Kurpeil Werth Marshall Lee McAllister Brennan 4 1 3 0 0 4 0 1 3 0 0 3 1 0] 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0] Galeiburg , ah r h Westfall ,..,4 1 1 Helm'd'ger 4 0 0 Szcz'inski 3 0 2 llBriskey 3 0 1 -'Miller '4 0 1 McCarthy 0 10 Hoscheidf'Z 0 0 Purcell , ,1 0 ,0 Bradley 0 0 0 Koeneke ,,,,2,0 1 Ness ,2 0 0 Bollman .112 Kreke , / 3 0 0 Shepherd 0 1 0 iWalker '0 0 0 Total 26 13 9| Total 29 14 13 Score by innings: Giants 360 31—13 Cardinals 072 05—14 Indians Athletics ab r h] ab r h Johnson 3 1 1 McBride 4 1 1 Anderson 3 1 l|S. Schwab 2 1 1 B. Has'her 4 2 2]Holt 3 1 2 Unger 3 1 2]Smith 3 1 1 Powell 4 1 2 Buck 2 0 0 Cun'gham 3 0 0 Woolrltige 3 0 0 Snyder 2 0 ljHendricks 3 0 0 Lawson 0 0 (HD. Schwab 3 1 0 J. Has'her 3 0 OlHowerter 0 0 0 Overton 2 1 HBoone 2 10 IDeJaynes 10 0 Ewell Weber Total 34 3 5f Total '31 4 8 Score by innings: • • • Springfield 000 210 000—0—3 Galesburg 000 000 Od3 ' 1—4 E— Hoscheldt 2, Bradley. LOB— Springfield 4, Galesburg 3. RBI— Verban, Werth, Szczecinski, /.Westfall, Bollman. 2B—MiUer. SB—Mc. Calllster. Westfall. SH—Heimerdinger, SF—Verban. Ip h r er bb so Brennan . 8% 5 ' 3 ,r >'10 10 Ewell (L 1-1) h' 3 11110 Weber 0 1 0"0 '1 0 Kreke - .... 0 5 3,,Q ,3 5 Walker (W1-1) _. 1 0 0,0 0 0 U—Savidge, Carlton. T—2:40. A—150. Total 27 7 10| Total 26 6 5 Score by innings: rndlans 420 001—7 Athletics 005 010—fi FOR LOW LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE ii'ii; Contact: " Tony Lischwe MILLERS MUTUAL INS. 411 BANK Of GALESBURG BLDG. 343-1166 or 343-6986 Cra'ford 2 0 0 0 Total 36 7 14 7 r erbbso 2 2 12 4 4 0 1 2 2 2 0 4 4 6 4 0 0 0 0 110 4 0 0 0 1 Total 34 3 0 31 Score by innings St. Louis 000 003 000—3 Houston 012 103 00 x—7 E—Wilson. Torre. Tyson. DP—St. ..ouis 1, Houston 2. LOB—St. Louis 9, Houston 14. 3B—McCarrver. HR—Agee (4). SB —Brock, Metzger, McCarver. S— Ray, Stewart. Cleveland (L6-5) Pena Granger Segui Hrabuwsky Wilson ip - 2'! 2*1 t I 1'; •I 3- 1 h r er bb so 8 3 3 0 3 110 12 2 3 3 3 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 2 3 3 0 11 1 0 I) 2 I) llnec bailers Freeman pitched to three battels iH :iv CW 3-D) In 51 h; Pnpp ;is pitched to two bat-'Criwfunl lets in 6th; Pizarro pitched to one Ciatiger pitched t batter In Hth. in sivlh. Save Crawford l3i HBP Siive House i2i. HBP by PUar- by Wilson (Tone). WP--Hrabow- ro (Lum). WP • Pupputi 2. Iskv. T~2:a0. A-23.888. 1 T-2.34. A-25.620. $othat&what they mean by IVue Bourbon!' That's what we mean. The smooth, sip-by-sip satisfaction that tells you you've made the right bourbon choice with Ten High. Ten High . . • the true bourbon value. From Hiram Walker. HIRAM WALKER TEN HIGH Tried and True 86 Proof Hiram Walker & Sons Inc . Peoria. III. T *N HIGH " 8 *I0HT »QU««" WHISKY

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