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Siwash Beaten by Beloit in MWC Play Major League Box Scores MILWAUKEE | CHICAGO Cline ab r h bl! ab r hbf Cline 4 0 1 0! Brock 3 1 0 1 Boiling 4 0 1 0 1 Rodders 4 0 2 2 H.Aa'n 4 l 2 o; Williams 5 0 0 0 E.Mrt's 4 i 2 0! Santo 4 0 1 0 Torre :i 6 0 11 Burton 4 t 1 0 Oliver :\ I 0 OiHubbs 4 1 1 0 Dillard 4 0 2 0i Boc'clla 2 3 1 0 Mcnke 4 0 1 1 i Rancvv 4 1 3 1 Sado'ki l 0 n 0 1 Bush 3 0 1 3 Hendl'y 0 0 0 0 Sehn'er 0 0 0 01 Piche 0 0 0 0! aGab'n 1 0 0 0| Funk 0 0 0 0| bKli'ck 1 0 0 01 Bla'mc 0 0 0 Oj Totals 33 3 0 2 1 Totals33 7 10 a—Fouled out for Piche in 5th; b—grounded out for Funk in 8th. Score by innings: Milwaukee - 010 000 002—3 Chicago 132 000 Olx—7 E—Boiling, Oliver, Santo. PO-A —Milwaukee 24-0, Chicago 27-11. DP—Rancw, Rodgers and Santo; Hubbs, Rodgers and Boccabclla Torre and Oliver. LOB—Milwaukee 5. Chicago 8. 2B—Ranew. 3B— Rodgers. SB—H. Aaron, Brook Rodgers, Burton. S—Buhl. SF— Brock, Torre. ip h xSadowski L, 5-7-1 3 HendJey _„ V.\ 2 Schneider l'j 2 Piche 1 1 Funk 3 1 Blasingame 1 1 1 Buhl W, 11-13 ...0 9 3 r er bb so 3 3 10 110 0 2 0 11 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 16 x—Faced two men in 2nd. WP—Schneider, Blasingame. Balk —Buhl; PB—Torre. U—Vargo. Williams, Weyer, Barlick. T—2:37. A 8,866. Javier Groat Musial Shan'n Boyer White Flood James McCa'r ST. LOUIS | CINCINNATI ab i hbll ab t h bl 4 1 1 01 Rose 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 OIKasko 4 2 3 0 2 0 0 OlPinson 3 112 2 0 10 4 0 0 1 4 0 10 3 J 1 0 3 0 11 3 0 10 Sim'ons 10 0 0 aBuc'k 10 0 0 Burd'te 0 0 0 0 bBea'p 10 0 0 Taylor 0 0 0 0 MacK'o 0 0 0 0 Pavlct'h cCole'an Keough Harper Walters 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 12 1 3 0 0 0 dSkin'er 0 0 0 0 eRob'on 10 12 Carde'as 4 0 0 0 Edwards 3 10 0 Nuxhail 3 0 0 0 Totals 32 2 6 21 Totals 32 5 7 5 a—Struck out for Simmons in 6th; b—struck out for Burdette in 8th; c—struck out for Pavletich in 8th; d—announced for Walters in 8th; e—doubled for Skinner in 8th. Score by innings: St. Louis 000 000 011—2 Cincinnati —003 000 02x—5 E—Javier, Nuxhail. PO-A—St. Louis 24-6, Cincinnati 27-7. DP— Cardenas and Pavletich. LOB—St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 5. 2B—Javier, Robinson. 3B—Pinson. r er bb so 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 10 ip h Simmons L, 15-0. 5 4 Burdette 2 0 Taylor V.i 3 MacKenzie '/a 0 Nuxhail W, 14-8—9 6 U—Burkhart, Walsh. T—2:01. Pryor, A—25,706. Secory, PITTSBURGH I ab r h bi Bailey 4 2 2 0 Schof'd 4 12 0 Clem'le 5 0 11 Clend'n 5 13 1 Savage 4 0 0 0 Maz'skl 3 0 0 0 Virdon 4 0 11 Brand 3 0 0 0 Veale 4 0 0 0 Face 0 0 0 0 LOS ANGELES ab r h bl Wills 2 0 10 Gilliam 4 0 10 T.Davis 4 0 10 Howard 2 0 0 0 Skowron 3 0 0 0 McMul'n 2 0 0 0 W.Davis 3 0 0 0 Carrrilli 3 0 0 0 Podres 10 0 0 aFerr'ra 10 0 0 Miller 0 0 0 0 bWalls 0 0 0 0 KANSAS CITY ab r h bl| Cimoli 4 0 0 OiKubek Green 4 0 2 01 Rich son Lumpe 4 1 1 OITresh Slebern 4 0 2 11 Mantle Charles 4 0 0 OiReed Edw'ds 4 2 3 II Pepitone Harrc'n 4 0 0 0i Howard DelG'o 4 0 1 II Lopez Wick'ni 2 0 0 01 Boyer aEssc'n 1 0 0 0 IDowni g Sturdi't 0 0 0 0i NEW YORK ab t h bl 4 0 11 4 0 2 1 4 0 0 0 3 110 0 0 0 0 3 112 4 10 0 4 110 3 0 10 2 0 0 0 Totals 35 3 9 3| Totals 31 4 7 4 a—Grounded out for Wickersham in 7th. Score by innings: Kansas City . .000 110 100—3 New York 000 022 OOx—4 E—Charles, Green. Tresh. PO-A —Kansas City 24-14, New York 2711. DP—Kubek, Richardson and Pepitone. LOB—Kansas Citv 5, New York 6. Wick'ham L, ll-lo.'(f Sturdivant ___ __2 Downing W, 13-4..9 h 6 1 y r er bbso 4 2 11 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 6 HBP—By Sturdivant, Pepitone. WP—Downing. U—Stevens, Kinnamon, Runge, DiMuro. T—1:54. A—10,641. DETROIT ab r h bi 4 12 0 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 2 110 3 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 CHICAGO | ab r hbi Landis 4 0 0 0 Brut on N.Fox 4 0 0 0 McAul'e Wilh'm 1 0 0 0 Cash Buford 4 0 2 0 Colavito Nichl'n 4 0 0 01 Brown Robin'n 3 2 11 I Wert Hansen 4 1 3 2|Freehan Cun'am 2 0 1 012.Smith Carre'n 3 0 0 0!\guirre Wcis 10 0 OUKaline Horlen 3 0 1 OIT.Fox Martin 0 0 0 01 Totals-33 3 8 31 Totals 29 2 8 1 a—Grounded out for Aguirre in 7th. Score by innings: Chicago 010 002 000—3 Detroit 000 000 110—2 E—None. PO-A—Chicago 27-14 Detroit 27-10. DP—N. Fox and Cunningham; Robinson and Carreon Cunningham, Hansen and Cunning ham; McAuliffe, Smith and Cash LOB—Chicago 8, Detroit 5. 2B- Smith. 3B—Buford. HR—Robin son, Hansen. S—Wert r er bbso 0 0 4 2 1 0 3 3 4 0 0 ] IP Horlen W, 10-7 6 Wilhelm 3 Aguirre L, 14-14..7 T. Fox 2 h 5 3 7 1 PB—Martin 2. Paparella, Rice. U—Napp, Stewart T—2:22. A—5,458 Totals36 4 9 3| Totals 25 0 3 J) a—Filed out for Podres in 6th;~b —walked for Miller in 9th. Score by innings: Pittsburgh 100 001 002—4 Los Angeles 000 000 000—0 E — Schofield, Wills, Carrrilli. PO-A—Pittsburgh 27-16, Los Angeles 27-15. DP—Bailey, Mazeroski and Clendenon 2: Schofield and Mazeroski; Schofield, Mazeroski and Clendenon. LOB—Pittsburgh 12, Los Angeles 4. 2B—Clendenon. ip h r er bb so Veale' W, 4-2 8<!i 2 0 0 6 5 Face 2 /J 1 0 0 0 0 Podres L, 14-11 ..6 6 2 2 2 7 Miller 3 3 2 0 5 3 WP—Miller. Balk—Veale. U— Harvey, Gorman. Forrrran, Landes. T—2:20. A—36,878. Claimed INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPD- During the 1963 Hollywood Park meeting 182 horses were claimed for a total of $1,116,700. Lutheran Brotherhood Legal Reserve Life Insurance Will your wife Inherit your home or your mortgage? Ask me about low- c o s t mortgage insurance from Lutheran Brotherhood Member of the S. W. Carter Agency B. BEN JOHNSON Phone 7-5805 Cambridge Knox County Campers to Meet Tuesday Knox County Campers, Inc. will meet Tuesday in the clubhouse at Kimberly Terrace for a potluck supper. After the supper, which is to be served at 6:00 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson will show pictures taken on their vacation Following this there will be i dance for all attending. Knox County Campers Club urges all campers interested to submit their name for the board's approval. The club has been formed to promote fellowship and inspire family camping in our state parks and to improve relationships among our neighbors and friends in this area. Club activities coming up will include a fall festival and winter games, movies and fun nights. A trailer is not necessary. Those camping in cars or tents are eligible to join. Interested parties may contact Charles or Virginia Heubner or write Kimberly Terrace, Route 1, Galesburg, or just attend a meeting, Repeater CICERO, 111.—When jockey Bill Boland won the Hawthorne Gold Cup with Beau Purple it marked his third victory in the race. He previously had scored with To Market in 1952 and Dedicate in 1956. EXHIBITION HOCKEY By The Associated Press Toronto (NL> 7, Quebec (AL) 4 New York (NL) 10, St. Paul (CD 4 Detroit (NL) 4, Chicago (NL) 2 Montreal (NL) 5, Baltimore (AL) 1 Bites Score 3 TDs in 4th Period "Our defensive team did a creditable job," Partin said, "but I never had so many points scored against my offensive team." This was the Knox coach describing Saturday's game at Beloit which found the Buccaneers romping to a 30-0 triumph over his Knox Siwashers. A series of offensive blunders were costly to the Siwashers as the Buccaneers converted them into scoring efforts. The game was a scoreless deadlock right up to halftime, however, Beloit turned a blocked punt into a touchdown just four seconds before the first half. The home team scored a gain in the third quarter, this time, for a safety, but it also resulted from a blocked kick. However, the Siwashers were still very much in the game at the end of the third quarter, trailing by only nine points. But everything went wrong for the Siwashers in the fourth quarter when the Buccaneers scored 21 points. Offensive mistakes continued to cause much of the trouble. The Beloit eleven had a clear- cut edge in the statistics, especially in the last period. The Buccaneers ran 20 plays, 19 of them on the ground, while the Siwashers had only six in the final 15 minutes. Next Saturday the Siwashers home, entertaining the Pioneers in a game Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. Monday, Sept. 23, 1963 17^ Fourth Quarter Scoring Nips Scots, 21-20 MONMOUTH - The Cornell Rams caught up with a fourth quarter touchdown and w e n t ahead with the extra point ns they edged Monmouth's fighting Scots 21-20 here Saturday afternoon in a Midwest Conference game. Cornell's tying touchdown was scored by Mike Vinyard on a one- yard plunge and Ken Meyer kicked the winning PAT. It was the opening game for both teams. The Scots took the lead in the first quarter as Jim Mock went, two yards on a quarterback sneak. The conversion attempt failed. However, the Rams came hack in the same period with Vinyarrl passing to Mike Wallace for the sixth pointer and Meyer kicking the go-ahead conversion. In the second period, Vinyard returned a punt. .16 yards for Cornell but fumbled However, teammate Dick Schimmell picked it up and ran the rrst of the w;iy, 34 yards, for a touchdown. Meyer again added the extra point. Jim Pilarski of Monmouth passed to Rob Tucker for 2.1 yards and a touchdown. He then hit Deegen for a 2-point conversion and the score was knotted 14-14 at halftime. Tucker's pass to John Sforgulz put the Scots ahead in the third quarter, but the Hams grabbed the lead with !.'):»> left in the final period. Cornell Sfihimrnol Ktrkpntrlck Hrnurla Mfynr M11 r r Woodman f'fort. miller Vinyarrl Snhli't.!. Wall len Srnro by quarter f'lirnfMI .7 Monmouth i; STATISTICS Cornell Monmouth Jo H. I«J r re. rt. ro f|h hb ho fb Monmouth Dcegert Trlner Btanucct Garrett StPphanl Parson, Stcrgolz Mock Turker Crurrt Knener 7-21 fV— 20 I Kirst Down Hi j Total Net Downs :«>2 I by Nii'hmj? . . 2I'I j by Pacing ... . Ki I t'.ir-'jns AM''mptr<l 22 I I'asxrs f.'omplefPO' !• ' \'.\<i\c-< In! by . . .'! ; Punt: . .. . 2 j Punting AVCT.IRP ... '.V.) I Pmnhl<"s 2 1 Y,n cl i P'-n.ili/Pfl .. 32 2<I2 1 fifi 12B Ifi 10 1 :j 41 .'{ 1 1(3 Cheek Records That Involved Conerly Ed Wysowski Wysowski, Bracken Club Pro, Wins Iowa Open Tournament are at Grinnell scheduled for 1:30. o- 21- Knox Lineup Ends—Klopcic, Nios. Tackles— Pullcn. Misiorsowski. Guards—Mastcrson, Watts. Center—Flood. Quarterback—Bothoft. Halfbacks—Hearington, Brasilc. Fullback—Holstrom. Score by quarters: Knox 0 0 % Beloit 0 7 2 STATISTICS Knox First Downs 7 by Passing •> by Rushing 4 by Penalty 0 No. Passes Attempt. ... 12 Completed 4 Yards Gained 59 By Rushing Yards Gained 73 Yards Lost _ 10 Net Yards Gained —. 54 Punt Yardage 105 Fumbles 2 Fumbles Lost 1 Penalties Yards Lost 3 40 Beloil 16 2 13 1 9 3 21 280 7 273 127 2 2 5 50 DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP)-Golf pro Ed Wysowski of Galcsburg, is the champion of the Iowa Open Golf Tournament. Wysowski collected top money of $750 in the $5,000 tournament over 54 holes Sunday as he nosed out another professional, Al Chandler of Columbia, Mo. Wysowski, club pro at the Knox County Country Club, had a five-under-par total of 211 for the 54 holes. He had three under par rounds of 70, 70, 71 on the par-72 course. Bob Coe Jr., who plays out of Knox County Country Club, took ninth place among the amateurs with a 223 total. Chandler fell to a 75 on the fi- ln records How Top 10 Teams Fared By The Associated Press Here's how the nation's top ten college football teams fared Saturday games (season in parenthesis): 1. Southern California (1-0) beat Colorado (0-1) 14-0. 2. Mississippi (0-0-1) tied Memphis State (0-0-1) 0-0. 3. Alabama (1-0) beat Georgia (0-1) 32-7. 4. Oklahoma son (0-1) 31-14. 5. Texas (1-0) beat Tulane (0-1) 21-0 Friday night. 6. Northwestern (1-0) beat Missouri (0-1) 23-12. 7. Wisconsin (1-0) beat Western Michigan (0-1) 41-0. 8. Arkansas (1-0) beat Oklahoma State (0-1) 21-0. 9. Navy (1-0) beat West Virginia (0-1) 51-7. 10. (tie) Ohio State (0-0 > did not play. Washington (0-1) lost to Air Force (1-0) 10-7. (1-0) beat Clem- IT'S EASIER TO COPE WITH CURRENT EXPENSES WHEN YOU CONSOLIDATE YOUR OLD OBLIGATIONS If you have a backlog of bills, get a G.A.C. consolidation loan. It's such an easy way to handle everything! G.A.C. PINANCI CORPORATION Formerly Century Loan Co. 123 South Main St. Abingdon, Illinois Telephone 71 ALSO OFFICES IN PEORIA, MACOMB AND ALEDO" Favorites NEW YORK (UPI)-One out of three favorites won in New York thoroughbred racing in 1961 with the per cent of winning favorites for the 220-day season at 33.3 per cent. New Windsor Cycle Race Results Posted NEW WINDSOR — The last in the series of the season of Sportsman's Motorcycle races at the Sod Savage track here was held Saturday night. Jerry Underwood of Kewanee walked off with first-place honors in the grand final race. Ronald Buck of Chicago was second and Donald Caves of Galesburg, third. Other results (listed in order of placings): In the 175 CC, Wally Urban of Galesburg, Kenneth Tucker of Sterling and Bob Seckler of Peoria; 220 CC heat, Ronald Buck of Chicago, Jim Lewis of Chillicothe and Bob Kroll of Dubuque; 220 CC class finals, Don Caves of Galesburg, Jerry Underwood of Kewanee and Barry Buck of Blue Island; consolation race, Don Sweet of Galesburg, Larry Knipple of Dixon and Rodney Garrett of New Windsor. Active SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPD-Don Whitt, a professional golfer since 1948, is one of the most active players on the tour. He won the Caribbean title in both 1961 and 1962. New Windsor Go-Kart Races Are Conducted NEW WINDSOR — Results of the Go-Kart and 45-inch car race at the Sod Savage race track at New Windsor Friday evening are as follows (in order of first three places): In class A Go-Kart semi-feature, Kenneth McEuien of Aledo, Jim Soloman of Aledo and Sid Snell of Viola; feature race, Mc­ Euien, only one who finished; modified class A Go-Kart semi- feature, Robert Mortland of Aledo, Rolland McBride of Aledo and Lester McCaw of Viola; feature, Mortland, McCaw and Emery Garrett of New Windsor; 45- cubic-inch car semi-feature, Howard Streeter of Alpha, H. Morgan and Ray Litton of New Windsor; feature, Morgan, Streeter and Litton. The next Go-Kart and 45-inch car race will be held Oct. 4. READ TIP" CLASSIFIEDS' Leland M. Smith INSURANCE Room 435, Bank of Galesburg Bldg. m Phone 342-4412 nal round and finished in a three- way lie with two amateurs for second place, each with a 212 total. The amateurs were led by Jimmy Jamicson of Moline, III., and John Liechty of Marshalltown, Iowa, who shared the runncrup spot with Chandler. Jamicson set a tournament and amateur record at the Emis Municipal Course when he shot a six-under-par 66 on his final round. Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press PITCHING — Pedro Ramos, Indians, allowed only six hits in 11- inning 2-1 victory that gave Cleveland a doubleheadcr sweep over Los Angeles Angels. Indians won the opener 5-3. BATTING — Willie McCovcy, Giants, hit three consecutive homers—for National League leading total of 43—and drove in five runs in 13-4 romp over New York Mets. MEMPHIS (API - An investigator for the National Football League began a check today of the bankruptcy records that first linked former pro football star Charles Conerly with an accused gambler. James Hamilton, the NFL's chief investigator, is checking I he bankruptcy records of Memphis developer Maurice I. Lewis, who is under indictment by a grand jury here on gambling charges. It was in Lewis' bankruptcy hearing last June thai five checks totaling $9,575, signed by Lewis and endorsed by Conerly or his wife turned up. They were made public Saturday in a copyrighted John Lis ton Captures State Duck Calling ANNA-JONESBORO—Knoxville continued to hold a monopoly on the state Duck Calling champions as John Liston head basketball coach at Knoxville High School, took honors in the contest held over the weekend. It was the third straight year that a Knoxville man has won the state duck-calling contest. Mick Lacy won in 1961. and Bill Eiker in 1962. Lacy won the state goose calling contest over the weekend with Eiker coming in third. Don Cox, Abingdon High School principal, was second in the duck calling contest. By winning the state, Liston is eligible to compete in the world Tournament at Stuttgart in December. story in the Memphis Press-Scimitar, Ponies Fall To Woodruff Galesburg Sophomores led with four minutes to go in the game Saturday morning at Lombard Field but lost 26-12 to the young Woodruff Warriors. Woodruff took the lead in the first quarter on a (io-yard pass play. However, end Bud Austin of Galesburg stole the ball out of the Peoria quarterback's hands and ran 20 yards to tie the game up in the same period. Galesburg took the lead in the third quarter when Doug Aliens- worth ran HO yards for the touchdown. The Ponies led until the clock showed four minutes to go when the visitors scored on a 57- yard pass play and added the extra point. That was the beginning of the end for the locals who couldn't hold on to the ball. Woodruff scored two more times on passes. Conerly and Lewis both contend th.it the checks were merely re-' payment of personal loans. Coner- lv maintains he received checks from I/nvis in the same amount; he loaned Lewis. Hamilton spent the weekend at Conerly's home in Clarksdale, Miss., going over copies of can- i celed checks and bank records of the former University of Missis-* sippi and New York (riant, star. Sunday Hamilton interviewed Memphis friends of Lewis. He declined to comment on any of his findings. Hamilton said NFL Commissioner Pete Rozcllc will announce results of the investigation" as soon as he returns to New York with his information and writes a report. Hamilton is expected to report to Elozclle early this week after winding up his investigation here. Conerly has said he has been a "personal friend" of Lewis for the past seven years but never knew of Lewis' alleged gambling activities. Lewis was indicted Jan. » on three counts involving football bets. WHEEL $ 6.50 MODERN ALIGNMENT GUARANTEED 4,000 MILES ALIGNMENT & BRAKE 131 NORTH CHERRY PHONE 343-1414 Hours 9 to 9, Monday through Friday Now! 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