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ILGqlesburg Register-Moil, Galesburgi; 111. Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1963 UNDER WRAPS—Jacques Plantc relaxes between workout sessions with the New York Rangers in training in Winnipeg. The original masked goalie was traded to the Blucshirts after eight seasons with the Montreal Canadiens. No. 1 and 2 Ranked Teams Slated to Clash Saturday An early season match that could have a key bearing on the national football title is set for this Saturday—Southern California vs. Oklahoma at Los Angeles. Southern Cal's defending national champions retained their hold on first place in The Associated Press poll this week—by a narrow margin—and Oklahoma moved up a spot to third. In between is Alabama, which entertains Tulane this Saturday and could shove into the top if the Trojan-Sooner game on the West Coast produces indecisive results. Southern Cal, a struggling 14-0 winner over Colorado in its opener Saturday, had its front - running margin cut drastically. The Trojans received 23 of the 51 first- place votes cast by the special panel of sports writers and broadcasters to 16 for Alabama and on points it was a close 361-355, based on 10 for first, nine for second and 60 on. Jerry Shanon Wins Feature At Yonkers YONKERS, N.Y. (UPI) — The final night of the summer meet at Yonkers Raceway Monday drew a crowd of 25,005 which saw Jerry Shanon come through on the rail to win the feature by three- parts of a length over Shadydalc Missile. Hogan Hanover finished third in the mile pace. Owned by the Carolace Stables of Edgewater, N.J., and driven by George Sholty, Jerry Shanon was clocked in 2:02.4 and paid $7.40, $4.00 and $2.70 as the favorite in the eight horse field. Del Insko drove both ends of the 3-6 daily double that paid $16.00 even. Grand Cardinal won the first at $4.50 and Sargent Direct took the second and returned $7.40. 'Bama crushed Georgia 32-7 and took over second from Mississippi, which was held to a scoreless tie by Memphis State and fell from the Top Ten. Oklahoma whipped Clemson 31 14, Texas climbed up a notch after a 21-0 victory over Tulane, and Navy shot from ninth to fifth on the strength of its 51-7 rout of highly regarded West Virginia. The Top Ten, with first - place votes in parentheses and total points on a 10-9-8 etc. basis: 1. Southern California (23) 361 2. Alabama (16) 355 3. Oklahoma (2) 298 4. Texas 237 5. Navy (3) 228 6. Wisconsin 208 7. Northwestern (5) 197 8. Arkansas 152 9. Georgia Tech 84 10. Pittsburgh (2) 67 Pick Don Buf ord As Rookie of Year in IL NEW YORK (UPD-Don Buford, proving once again that little men can make a mark in baseball, was selected today as the "Rookie of the Year" in the International League. Standing just five feet, seven inches, the Indianapolis third baseman won the league batting title with a .336 average, collected 206 hits, and also led the circuit in doubles with 41 and in runs scored with 114. Buford, a 26-year-old switch-hitter, currently is finishing out the season with the Chicago White Sox and seems a good bet to stick in the majors next year. Buford received 16 of the 26 votes cast by league sportswirters to easily outdistance runnerup Richie Allen of Arkansas with five. Other vote-getters were Willie Smith of Syracuse (4) and Bill Roman of Syracuse (1). Big 10 Set for Full Slate By United Press International Big Ten football squads began practice Monday for a full slate of action this weekend with only a few injuries reported from last Saturday's opening games and scrimmages. Northwestern, which hosts Indi- j ana in the only league game; Saturday, will be without the, services of safety man Rolland | Wahl, who sprained an ankle against Missouri. The Wildcats worked out on pass defense Mon-I day. Indiana Coach Phil Dickens also said pass defense would be in order all week. Dickens said Northwestern looked stronger, than last year in defeating Mis souri Saturday. Wisconsin, rated right behind Northwestern as the team to heat for the Big Ten title this year, will be at Notre Dame Saturday after romping past weak Western Michigan last week. Coach Milt Bruhn of the Badgers and Notre. Dame Coach Hugh Devore had their teams concentrating on pass-! ing. Devore said Denis Szot probably, would start at quarterback against the Badgers. Coach Pete Elliott said his Illinois team was in top physical condition and should be ready for California Saturday. The Illini Monday toiled against California plays and honed up their own passing attack. Purdue Coach Jack Mollenkopf said the Boilermakers would devote most of this week to defens- ing Miami of Florida plays. Mollenkopf said his first two lineups were generally set. Michigan State, for the first time in 10 years, will open the season with a sophomore quarter- bark. ','oach 'Juffy Daugherty said Steve Juday earned the post aho" a rrwiin ol com^et'tig against Dick Proebstle, junior tetterman. The Spartans open against North Carolina. At Iowa, junior Dnvc Recher was elevated to first string center replacing senior Gary Fletcher. Coach Jerry Burns drilled the Hawkeyes against plays of Washington State, Saturday's opponent. Minnesota gridders worked on i both offense and defense and I studied movies of Nehiaska's vie- j tory Saturday over South Dakota : State. The Gophers host (he Corn• huskers, considered one of the Big Eight powers, Saturday. Michigan's practice Monday \ highlighted defense against the j aerial attack Southern Methodist j is expected to throw at the Wnl-1 vermes Monday. Coach Bump ; E'liolt said the team had one of j its best workouts of the season. Coach Woody Hayes pronounced his Ohio State squad fit and ready for Texas A & M this weekend. He predicted all hands would be ready save sophomore fullback Tom Barrington, injured in an industrial accident this summer. Sophomore to Rate Regular Quarterback Post for MSU By JIM BROOKS United Press International EAST LANSING, Mich. (UPD- Michigan State University, for the first time in Duffy Daugherty's 10 years as head coach, will open its football season with a sophomore listed as the No. 1 quarterback. Steve Juday, a lightweight 19- year-old from Northville, Mich., was "given the job Monday, edg- he keeps improving, as I'm sure on what amounts to a 15-man he will, he'll stay in there. He's our No. 1 quarterback." Best In Years According to Daugherty, the Spartans are in better shape in the quarterback department than at any time in recent years. In addition to Juday and Proebstle so "<Tiorn 'Hive McCor- first team Seven players will be going both ways while another ciidit have been named as either offensive or defensive specialists. The Starters The fulltime regulars are : Tackles Dave Herman, Edon, Ohio, and Rahn Bentley, Grand Rapids; guards Earl Lattimcr, Dallas, Tex., and sophomore John ing out junior letterman Dick mick / f Chica &° j^ lso is sh ^ n 8 ! Karpinski,'Buchanan. Mich.; con great promise. Because ol his Proebstle of Canton, Ohio. The decision, Daugherty said, wasn't an easy one to make. "Juday will start, and two weeks ago that would not have been so tough a choice to make. But Proebstle has made more progress in the last two weeks than at any other time in his career," Daugherty said. "But the job is Steve's, and if versatility and a lack of depth at halfback, however. Daugherty said McCormick may sec more action from a running position than from quarterback. For the season opener with the University of North Carolina Saturday, which is expected to draw ter Don Ross, East Lansing; end Matt Snorton, Detroit, and halfback co-captain Sherman Lewis, Louisville, Ky, Daughsrty's offensive specialists are Juday, end Tom Krzcmi- enski. Beaver Falls, Pa.; halfback Dewey Lincoln, Hamtramck, Mich.; and fullback Roger Lopes, at least 60,000 fans to Spartan j Honolulu, Hawaii. Stadium, Daugherty has settled | The defensive specialists are Local, Area Bowling Scores and Averages End of Season LAWN MOWER SPECIAL SAVE $10.00 18" JACOBSEN $AA Reg. $99.95 OT.73 SAVE $12.50 21" JACOBSEN $£VT >IC Reg. $109.95 - JFI SAVE $95.00 25" JACOBSEN RIDER SO A A AC Reg. $439.95 OHH.YD SAVE $8.00 20" TRUE TEST MOWER with Impulse $AJL OQ Starter Briggs Engine. Reg. $54.88 "tO#00 SAVE $10.00 22"—Same as above. %AQ OQ Reg. $59.88 H7.00 SAVE $35*00 25" RUGG RIDING MOWER $| fPM f\f\ Reg. $189.00 lajH.UV NO TRADE-INS ALLOWED ON THESE DISCOUNTED PRICES1 BLACK BROTHERS Main and Seminary Sts. LADIES FHIDAY P.M. LEAGUE Arrows, 9-3; Optimists, 9-3; Slick Chicks, 9-3; Northerners, 7-5; Zombies, 7-5; Bowlettes, 7-5; Rockettes, 6-6; Strikettes, 5-7; Chippcrs, 4-8: Untouchables, 4-8; Scrubs, 3-9; Spare O's, 2-10. High individual series, Juanita Weaver, 531; high individual game, Zelia Goodale, 192. LITTLE SIX LEAGUE Martics, 20-8; Inman Motors, 10-9; Eagles, 16-12; Protexall, 12-16; Drewrys, 10-18; Bullis Horn, 7-21. High team game, Bullis Horn, 1052; high team series, Marties, 3044. High individual game, Oscar Dooley, 221; high individual series, Oscar Dooley, 608. SUNDAY NITERS LEAGUE No. 5, 12-2; No. 4, 9-5; No. 3, 7-7; No. 2, 7-7: No. 8, 6-8; No. 1, 5-9; No. 7, 5-9; No. 6. 5-9. High team game No. 2, 745; high team series, No. 2, 2091. High individual game, (M) P. Alexander, 210, (W) E. Hahn, 186; high individual series, (M) Dick Hahn, 516, (W) Eleanor Hahn, 462. QUEENS LEAGUE Spotters, 11-1; Smith's Vikings, 9-3; Warcco Pickers. 8-4; Harris Kool Kats, 5-7; Splitters, 3-9; Socialites, 0-16. Higli team series, Wareco Pickers, 2609; high team game, Wareco Pickers, 913. High individual series, Mac Layne, 507; high individual game, Mae Layne, 187. LATESTARTERS LEAGUE Davis Food Stores, 8-0; Tim & Larry's, 5Vi-2',.;.; No. 3 Team, 5-3; Galesburg Sheet Metal, 2-6; Grandview Drive Inn, 2-6; Yelm & Stuart, l'/ii-6Vi. High individual game, Charles Taylor, 207; high individual series, Charles Taylor, 583. High individual game, Avon Taylor, 236; high individual series, Lee Bevard, 614. TORNADO LEAGUE Hillman Tree Surgery, 9-3; WGIL, 8-4; West Drug 7-5; Wier Cattle Co., 6-6; Burlington Truck Lines, 5-7; Fashion Cleaners, 5-7; VFW, 4-8; Arwell Inc.. 4-8. High team series, Burlington Truck Lines, 29C7; High team game. Burlington Truck Lines, 1090. High ind. series, Charles Childers, 556; High <n1. game, Bob Weber, 223. ROCKETS MIXED LEAGUE River Rats, 11-1; Rejects, 7-5; Ridge Runners, 7-5; Fade Outs, B- fi; Happy Four, 6-6; Atlas, 5-7; Ramblers, 4-8; Mil-Mo. 2-10, High team series, River Rats, 2134; High team game, Fade Outs, 733. High ind. series, Al Riggs, 527; High ind. game, Virgil Moore, 209. WHOLESALE DIST. LEAGUE Uncle Joe Tavern, 9-3; Miller High Life, 8-4; Stag, 7-5; Drewry's, 7-5; Blue Ribbon, 3-9; Schlitz, 2-10. High team series, Uncle Joe Tavern, 3047; High team game, Uncle Joe Tavern, 1032. High ind. series, Paul Mais, 565; High ind. game, Wilbur Walck, 207. SATELLITE LEAGUE Sudzy's. 9-3; Galesburg Clinic, 8-4; MFA Insurance, 8-4; Sportsman's Club, 7-5; Kimber & West, 6-6, Lee Anthony's Coiffures, 5-7; Pat's Standard, 4-8; Meadow Gold, High team series, Sudzy's, 2619; home protection for your money—our Homeowners Policyl Contact me today! DEAN HILL <74 IS. Academy Phone 3431338 F 62IQ33 81*1*ATE fPAFIIW Life Insurance Company MMU Office: Bioaolnitoft. Ill toe ii High team game, Sudzy's, 947. High ind. -scries, Zelia A'Hearn. 454; High ind. game, Pauline Donaldson, 171. SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED COUPLES LEAGUE Joncsies Cafe, 8-4; No. 4, li-4; Crowning Beauty, 8-4; The Orphans. 7-5; McGee's Garage, 6-2; The Corral. 5',i-6',i; No. 11, 5-7; No. 6 Auto Paint Shop, 3-7; C & E Grocery, 4' / f.-7'/a; Ann's Coffee Shop, 4-8; No. 12, 4-4; Rawleigh Products, 3-9. High team series. The Orphans, 2303; High team game, The Orphans, 794. High ind. series, (W) Evelyn Gould, 496. (M) Francis Chaika, 540; High ind. game. (W) Dot Garman & Evelyn Gould, 179, (M) Carl Hamilton, 203. V/HITE SOX LEAGUE Davis Food Stores, 11-5: Leo Stein. 10-6; Elgin Water Cond., 106; Galesburg Bowl, 9-7: Clean Towel Service, 7-9; Lyle Bair Specialty, 1-15. High team scries, Galesburg Bowl, 2602; High team game, Galesburg Bowl, 912. High ind. series, Shirley Aliens worth, 509; High ind. game, Betty Eiker, 197. LADIES 60 BOWL LEAGUE Carlson's Heating Service. 14-2; Ellis Jewelers, 14-2; Lucille R West, 13'.i-2'.i; Drewrys, O'/i-G'.i: Joe's Place, 9-7: Harrison's Real Estate, 8-8; C & E Super Valu, 8-8; Grandview Drive In. 7 , ,i-8 l /j; Admiral. 4'.J-ll!i; Quality Market. 412; Bair Specialty, 2-14: Inman Motors, 2-14. High team series. Carlson's Heating Service. 2693: Hlg'n team game, Carlson's Heating Service, 926. High ind. scries, N. Brown. 591; High ind. game, C. Swanson, 228. NORTHGATE TEN-PIN LEAGUE W e a v e r-Ycmm, 12-4; Nelson's Vending, 11-5; Kelly's Barber Shop, 10-6; Country Life Ins.. 10-6: Joe's Drewry, 10-6; Galesburg Import Motors. 9-7; Club 19, 8-8; Orwlg's Hardware, 8-8; Northgate Sport- shop, 5-11; Butler Mies, 5-11; Butler, 5-11; Stern & Field, 3-13. High team series, Weaver-Yemm, 3050; High team game, Weaver- Yemm, 1052. High ind. series, J. Elmes, 633; High ind. game, J. Eimes, 278. MAJESTIC LEAGUE Hawklnson Mfg. "Woodchucks," 12-0; Rowe Mfg. Doors. 11-1; Leo Stein, 10-2; Rowe Mfg. Gates, 7-5; Alexander Lbr. Co.. 7-5; Rowe Mfg. Ro-Ho's, 5-7; Davidson Lbr. Co., 5-7; Pavton-Harriman. 4-8. Amwav Home Products, 4-8; Mishlcr's, 4-8; L A. Linman Agency, 2-10; Whites Insulation, 1-11. High team series, Rowe Mfg. Doors, 3062; High team game, Rowe Mfg. Doors, 1076. High ind. series, Lavern Theesfeld. 624; High ind. game, Lavern Theesfeld, 240. TROUBLE SHOOTERS LEAGUE McDonald's. U'/i-V /y, L. A. Linman Ins., ll'^-4'/a; Leo Stein's Trophys, 10-6; David Klapp Exc, 7-9; Hilman, Curry Mobile, 7-9; State Farm Ins., 6-10: Carson Pirie Scott, 6-10; Hawthorne Drugs, 5-11. High team game, State Farm Ins., 903; High tear^ series, McDonalds, 2565. High ind. game. Karen Tuiney & Eli/.. Cox, 179; High ind. series, Eliz. Cox, 503. TOWN AND COUNTRY LEAGUE Harbor Lights, 11-1; Mitchell Dry Goods, 10-2; Frans Beauty Shoppe, 8-4; Galesburg Bowl, 8-4; Young's Grocery, 7-5; Rex D. Johnson. H-6; Sharp & Shunick Serv.. 5'i-6'i; Folkenroths Ins., 5-7; Midland Collieries. 4-8; Central Butane Gas Serv., 3-9; Team No. 1, 2 1 -'- -O'-a: Laisures Serv. Station 2-10. High team game. Midland Collieries. 937, High team series. Harbor Lights, 2677. High ind. game. Diane Yelrn. 192; High ind. series, Diane Yelm, 528. BOWLETTE LEAGUE Hillier's Diner, 11-1, Order Buy­ ers, 9-3: Allen's Sales & Service, 8-4; Roto-Rootcr Service, 8-4: Ken- nev Shell Service, 8-4; Carlson Heating, 7-5; Gale Ward, 6-6; Joan & Ella's Cafe. 6-6; Harbor Lights, 4-8; Galesburg Bowl, 3-9; Fox Dairy Bar, 2-10; Canton Cafe, 0-12. High team game, Allen's Sales & Service, 958; High team scries, Allen's Sales & Service 2684. High ind. game, Betty Carlson, 207; High ind. series, Joyce Groom, 512. GUYS AND GALS LEAGUE Tiny's Clippers, 10-2; Butch's Cities Service, 9-3; Dohrn, B-4; King's Konstructlon Ko„ 7-5; Admiral, 6-6; Galesburg Bowl, 6-6; Spuds, 6-6: Suburban Inn, 6-6; Kenny's Service, =-7; Orphans, 48; Luke's, 3-9; Wong's Cafe, 2-10. High team scries, King's, 2959; High team game, Butch's, 1027. High ind. series, <M) W. Smith, 595, (W) C. Swanson, 514; High Ind. game, (M) K. Foster, 217, (W) D. Dorothy, 204. ELKS LITTLE SHOTS LEAGUE Gale Wards, 22-6; Hilltop Trailer Park Drive Dairy, 9-9; Hutch- Park Drive Dairy, 10-9; Hutchcroft Implement. 19-9; Hawthorne Drugs, 15-13; Elks Club, 13-15; Thomas Electric, 13-15; Yeagcr's Heating, 8-20; H'ggins Dairy. 7-21; Gale's Bait Shop, 6-22; Hobby Grill, 2-26. High team series, Hilltop Trailer, 2360; High team- game, State Farm Ins., 844. High ind. series. Ruth Gllson. 450; High ind. game, Lawana Leahy & Jane Hillman 179. MIXERS LEAGUE Sparc.shooters, 15-1: Lucky Strikes, 12-4; "8" Balls, 12-4; Roy & Inness. 11-5; Jos-Wats, 8-8; A J's, 6-10; Pin-Knock'Ts, 6-10; Misfits, 5-11: Astro-Nuts, 4-12; Johnson & Inness, 1-15. High team series, ttny & Inness, 2242; High team game, Jos-Wats, 784. High ind. series, (M) Lonnie Cook, 498, (W) Jo Long 485. High ind. game, !W: Jo Long, 203. RAILROAD LEAGUE Gale Ward, 24-4; Miracle Water, 19-9; Chuck & Roses' Mkt., 17-11; Hi-Lo Grocery, 14-14' Liquorama, 14-14; Joe's Place, 14-14; Dick Blick 2, 14-14; Dick Blick King Pins, 13-15; Schwarz Bros., 12-16; Higgins Dairy. 9-19; Jack's Supply, 9-19; Victor Casket, 9-10. High team series, Gale Ward, 3023; High t"im gam<; Dick niiek 2, 1062. High ind. series. Gene Krehurg, 580, High ind. game, Bob Thompson, 220. halfbacks Charlie Migyanka, East Concmaugh, Pa.; sophomore Don Japinga, Wayland. Mich., and Lou Bobich, Wooclvillo, Pa.: and end Dan Underwood, Dowagiac, Mich. Geo. Cluii'cliill And Woodruff in 6-6 Deadlock George Churchill Junior High School had to come from behind with a touchdown in the fourth quarter to salvage a 6-6 tic with Peoria Woodruff Monday but fumbles caused much of the trouble. Several long Churchill drives came to a halt because the runner couldn't hold on to the ball. Fumbles were also costly to Woodruff which dropped the ball six inches from the Churchill goalline. Defensive play for the locals was inconsistent, very poor in the second and third quarters, but. excellent in the first and fourth. LINEUPS George Churchill — Ends: Hawkins, Ulnr, Turner, Pair; Tackles: Weaver, Allen, Anderson; Guards: Kreps, Sw.-nson: Centers: Olmsted, Peterson, Cato; Quarterbacks: Johnson. Catlin; Halfbacks: Nichols, Tate; Fullback: LcMastcrs. Woodruff — Ends: Jordan, Thomas, Swltzcn; Tackles: Brown, Harris; Guards: Butler, Ready, Thiemann, Slnglcy; Centers: Frankland, Locnbanm; Quarterback: Bayer; Halfbacks: Randall, Keller, Grady, Spencer, Lazrola; Fullbacks: Heffcrn, Miller. Score by Quarters: Geo. Churchill 0 0 0 6—6 Woodruff 0 6 0 0—6 Touchdowns — Geo. Churchill G. Johnson; Woodruff: Randall. USTA Reports Reinstatement Of Association COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI)—Press- ident Waller J. Michael of the U.S. Trotting Association announced MKriv tli.; lull reinstatement of the Kent and Sussex Racing Association at Harrington, Del., as a member. Harrington will return as soon Hoople Selects Sooners, Irish By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE Peerless Pigskin Prophet EGAD, friends, what a formidable task faces yoW humble football forecaster this weekend! » Wherever one looks, mighty titans of the iaotbalt world are figuratively tugging at the leash in theiif anxiety to have at each other. Such powerful elevens ast Oklahoma a n d Southern California, Notre Dame and Wisconsin, Nebraska and Minnesota, Arkansas and Missouri, to mention just a few. are ready to collide head-on. You may consider yourselves fortunate indeed to have the reliable Hoople System at your service. Some of you may be startled to learn that Oklahoma will trounce Southern California and that Notre Dame will commence its 7ot.h year of football by thrashing Wisconsin. Yes, my faithful followers, that's what is in the cards, f predict Oklahoma will prevail, 24-22, and the Fighting Irish will ouLscore Wisconsin, 21-14. In the other contests mentioned above, Nebraska will vanquish Minnesota, l!)-lfi, and the robust Razorbacks of Arkansas will roll over Missouri, 22-1 0. My three-star special for the day is Kentucky's youthful Wildcats to upset the Mississippi Rebels. It will be Kentucky's day all the way as they record an 1H-8 triumph—har—rumph! And remember, you read it first in the Hoople Forecast! Now, to further your enjoyment, read the rest of my forecast. Vnndcrbilt 17, Georgia 7 Northwestern 35, Indiana 13 Knox 19, Grinncll 13 Washington St. 17, Iowa 6 Syracuse 21, Kansas 14 Kentucky 18, Mississippi 8 Louisiana St. Univ. 22, Rice 21 So. Carolina 2(1, Maryland 15 Purdue 25, Miami (Fla.) 20 Michigan St. 27, No. Carolina 12 So. Methodist 16, Michigan 15 Nebraska ID, Minnesota 16 Navy 22. Wm. & Mary 12 Notre Dame 21, Wisconsin 14 Air Force Academy 21, Colorado St. Univ. 6 Alabama 34, Tulane 12 Arkansas 22, Missouri 1C Army 33, Cincinnati 3 Auburn 18, Tennessee 8 W. Virginia 33. Boston U. 17 Illinois 24, California 12 Cornell 16, Colgate 6 Duke 13, Virginia 0 Tex. Christian 34, Fla. St. 13 Ohio State 20, Tex. A&M 14 Oklahoma 24, So. California 22 Oregon 27, Stanford 3 Penn St. 20, U.C.L.A. 12 Washington 21, Pittsburgh 20 Texas 28, Texas Tech 6 Fighting Scots Notch Win in dross Country MONMOUTH - Steve Pettit. Monmouth College junior, paced the field Saturday afternoon as the Fig.iting Scots defeated Cornell 24-31 in a cross country meet. Pettit was timed in 16:29.7 for the three-mile course, while Doug Carlson, also of Monmouth, was second at 16:34.0. Cornell's Mike Crcighton was third and Jim Whalcn of Monmouth was fourth. The Monmouth Cross Country team will hold its next meet with the Ripon College Rcdmen at Ripon Saturday. Phil Graham Wins Senior Title At Soangetaha Phil Graham won the Soangeta- ha Country Club Senior Golf as practical to conditioned and Championship over the weekend, classified races provided foi in USTA rules. The association was suspended, along with Brandywine and three other tracks, for not following national rules on classification to which they were committed by USTA membership. with Bud Bondi nailing clown the runnerup spot. Thirty participated in the tournament. Honors in the A flight went to Kenny Dimond, with Fred McKenzie in second place. In the B flight, K. R. Bixby set the pace and Leo Stewart was runnerup. READ THE WAN'I ADS! READ THE WANT ADSI Horse Beats Crowd to Wire CHICAGO (UPI) — Queen's Krickct left late but still managed to "beat the crowd" to the wire in winning Monday night's feature at Washington Park. A mere five lengths separated the first from the last in a field of 10 pacers. Queen's Krickct started slowly hut came from eighth to the lead in the final half to nip Quick Guy by a half length. Queen's Kricket paid $14.60, $6.20 and $-1.60. Tries Third Time LAUREL, Md. (UPI) — Kelso was added officially to the field for the Laurel International race Nov. 11 for the third consecutive year when Mrs. Richard C. Dupont, his owner, accepted an invitation Monday. Kelso finished second in both his previous International starts. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS I GOING BALD! For Dramatic Story See Page 11 of Section 2 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! W TRY KING EDWARD" America's Largest Selling Cigar OUtrtbutad by BKOWN SPECIALTY CO. 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