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30,, JSoJesburg Register-Mqil, (Balesburg, 111. Thursday, June 21, 1973 Pioneers Post Double Win By JOE MOtlRISSEY (Sports Editor) Rejuvenated bats and contin- ueit solid defensive play resulted; in a pair of come*frx>m-be- hlfld victories for Galesburg \Vedmesday afternoon at Knox's Bl&dgetl Field. Spotting the opponents early leadst Coach Jim Isaacson's Pifiileers fought back to defeat the Springfield Caps 8-2 and 6-3 in Central Illinois Collegiate League play. The Pioneers now have three wins in a row and ran their C1CL record to 4-3, moving lhem into tie with Macomb for second place. ^atesburg is at Bloomington foW''5:30 game tonight and will at H. T. Custef Park. The first College, went the route for game is scheduled to got under Galesburg in the opener and way at 6 p.m. put his won-tost record at 2-1 We rati the bases well, our for the season. The Pioneer CICL Baseball PfcoHa CWIesbu rg Maeomh Springfield Bloomington W L 5 2 .. 4 ,1 4 u :i 4 2 4 Pel. GB .714 — .571 1 .571 1 .42!) 2 .333 21.', Yesterday's Rsiulis Peoria 3, Charleston-Mattoon 0. Galesbure fl-fi, Springfield 2-3. Today's Games Peorln at Charleston-Mattoon (Bilker Field, Clinrleston) 7:30 p.m. Oajesbtirg at Bloomington (O'Neil Park)' 5:30 p.m. 'Springfield at Macomb (Vlnce Gi;5if|y. Field) 5:30 p.m. Friday's Games Macomb at Springfield (Lamphier Pn'-k, 2, 6 p.m. Bloomington at Galesburg (Custer Park) 7:30 p.m. Ohlv gamps scheduled. be" Host to the same Bobcats Friday night in a doubleheader bats started to come around and we were great on defense," Isaacson said in summing up his team's effort in the double victory. We were taking too many pitches earlier, but we're a lot more aggressive at the plate now," he explained. "Hoscheidt (John), Heimerdinger (Mike) and Ness (Dan) are starting to make contact." In the first game Galesburg trailed 2-0 going into the bottom of the fourth when catcher Mike Bollman, University of Houston, slammed a 2-run homer to tic the game. Bob Szczc- cinsfci, University of Arizona, had led off the inning with a walk. In the sixth inning starter Jack Kucik, Miami of Ohio, pulled a back muscle and had to be taken out with the count 2-0 on the batter, Heimerdinger. Reliever Stu Colton was greeted with a homer of the bat of Galesburg's right fielder and the Pioneers led 3-2. This triggered a 6-run inning for the Pioneers which featured bases-loaded triple by Hoscheidt, Southern Illinois [righthander gave up just seven hits but walked six while fan* 'ning four. Bollman and Heimerdinger each had a pair of hits, includ* ing a home run apiece. Heimerdinger had a double to go with his homer. In the second game Gafesburg got a little help because of some shaky defensive play on the part of the Caps. However, the Pioneers were able to capitalize on their opponents' lapses. All six of their runs in the second game were unearned. j Two errors helped the Pioneers to five unearned runs in the fifth inning. Heimerdinger's [single drove in the tying run in the inning. Galesburg had only four hits off Roy Jackson, Tuskegee Institute, who was making his first start for the Caps. Shortstop Mark Miller, Texas- 1 El Paso, bad two hits in three trips and wound up wdtlh three [hits in seven at bats for the day. Barry Koeneke, University of Missouri, was tagged for seven hits but did not issue a single free pass and set four down via the strike-out route. He is also SpflftglUId Verban Twellman Bennett .Kurpell Werth Marshall Lee Murphy Kucik Colton ah t h 4 0 0 4 1 3 0 2 2 1 opollman 3 0 1 2 0 2! 3 0 0 3 0 I 2 0 0 0 0 0 Weatfatl [Hoscheidt S*e4'lnaM .Miller Heimd'ger Bradley .Ness Walker Gatitbuffl ab t 4 t 4 1 3 1 3 t 4 0 4 12 2 1 3 t 1 2 1 Total 2ft filO Total 28 2 7j Score by innings. .Springfield 002 000 0 'Galesburg 000 208 x—8 E—Marshall, Werth. LOB—Springfield 0. Galesburg 7. RBI—Marshall 2, Bollman 3, Heimerdinger l Hoscheidt 3. 2B—Bennett, Bollman Heimerdinger. 3B—Hoscheidt. HRs- , Bollman, Heimerdinger. DB— Springfield 1, Galesburg 1. lp h r «r bb to .Kucik 5 4 2 2 3 8 Colton (L0-1) 1 6 6 5 1 Walker (W 2-1) ..... 7 7 2 2 6 U—Carlton, Savidge. T—2:10. A—150. SprlngfUld Verban Twellman Lee Murphy Bennett Kurpeil Werth Marshall Selgo Former Jackson GaUiburfi ab r h ab if ft 4 l lWestfall 3 0 2 1 1 Hoscheidt 4 2 2 0 OSzcz'inskt 4 0 0 0 0 Bollman 3 0 3 o 2Mller 3 1 2 3 0 2 Helmerd'er 3 1 3 0 1 Bradley 2 1 1 3 0 0" NGSS 3 6 i'lKoeneke 3 o 0' 3 1 l 3 1 . 2 0 0 20 6 4 Bob Walker, North Central 2-1 for the season. Total 20 3 0| Total Score by innings: Springfield 102 000 0—3 Galesburg 001 080 x—6 E—Twellman 2, MUrphy 1, Ben nett, Hoscheidt. LOB—Springfield 6, Galesburg 7. RBI — Twellman, Bennett, KUrpeil, Miller 2, Heimerdinger. 2B—Jackson, SB—Verban, Hoscheidt, Miller. DP—Galesburg 1. ip h r« bb ao Jackson (L0-1) - 6 4 6 0 4 3 Koeneke (W 2-1) 7 9 3 0 0 4 Balk—Jackson. HBP—Ness (Jackson. U—Savidge, Carlton. T—1:55, A—185. Five Games Are Played In Junior Hardball League Moose Stevens Sandberg Hyde Stromson Adams Smith Healey Kniss Pepmeyer Westfail Woolsey Ferguson ab * h 4 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 U 3 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 26 1 41 Total Total Moose Okie Music Shoppe Moose [Stevens Sandberg Hyde Healey Adams Kniss Pepmeyer Westfail Smith Woolsey Ferguson 5 1 2 0 4 0 1 I 2 0 1 0 3 0 4 2 Mead M. Felz Shelly Hall F, Felz .Stafford jKohl 2'C. Parker IMcClure iColvin 36 7 101 Four games were played Sat urday and one Wednesday night in''''Junior Hardball League action;: ' QJde Music Shoppe swept a (bujbloheador from Moose Lodge ?A,'-md 10-7 in Connie Mack play af'H. T. Custer Park Saturday afternoon. Hinchliff - Pearson- .Wcs;t defeated Club 19 7-2 and A&W won over Eagles 5-1 in Babe Ruth play Saturday evening, Wednesday night it was Hinchliff taking a 5-2 decision over Gale Ward. Olde Music's Tim Shelly was the-winner in the Connie Mack opener, and Kevin Salsman got the victory in the second game. Daves Kniss and Tim Hyde, respectively, took the losses. Tim Colvin, Mike Hall, Salsman, and Craig Parker all had two base hits for Olde Music. Danny Healey had four hits and Jiin 'Sandberg three in the two games for Moose. Hinchliff's Jim Smith was the winner in Saturday night's first Babe Ruth contest as Steve Yelm got the defeat . ... tW.P_hi.ls apiece were Jim Young and' Brvan DcJaynes of Hinchliff arid Rodney Blue of Club 19. In the nightcap, winning hurl- ciVvJoy Stone helped his own cause by going for three at the p'ate- and was the only player to get more than one hit, Losing pitcher for Eagles was Jay Vargas. Wednesday night Hinchliff's PeJaynes pitched a 1-hitter for the win over Gale Ward, while Eric Doss was credited with the loss. Jeff Libby pounded out two hits in as many times at bat! in the winning cause. jBiue .Ri -hcduled to meet in the first ;S' eskl name ui. H. T. Custer tonight An(,BlsQn ; i " iutiiiy (Kiwi Gam-) Old* Music Shoppa • I ab r h Salsman 4 10 Colvin 3 1 _2 Benbow 1 0 0 ,'B. Parker 3 0 1 [Shelly 3 0 1 |Felz 3 0 0 Hall 2 0 2 Mead 3 0 1 McClure 0 0 0 Kohl 3 0 1 ( C. Parker 3 0 0 Boccabella Leads Expos Past Cards (Second Game) Olde Music Shoppe lb r hi ab r 5 2 IB. Parker 1 0 5 1 3 ]Benbow 2 1 4. 0 l|Sa)sman 4 1 2 0 2 0 3 0 2 2 1 0 2 0 1 2 3 2 0 2 0 0 Total Moose Olde Music Shoppe A&W Total 23 10 7 030 121 0— 7 041 005 x—10 Camper Stevens Weedman Stone Wilder Camper McDorman Getting iBa.vnc ab r h 3 2 1 0 2 0 Stanley Suddeth Total Kaales JA & W GaU Ward Hu. Riley Ra. Riley Ross Dwyer McKillip Hagge Art? Diehl Collins Total Gale Ward H-P-W Club 19 Eagloi : ab r h Redlngton 2 0 0 IT. Wil'son 2 0 (ilBacon 3 o 2Vareas 30 IS. Wil'son 2 0 OlGIasnoVh 2 0 0 'Carter 1 0 OlEkiss n U oHoraney 1 1 01 2 o o! .1 o o 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 n i 2 I 1 1 n o 2 0 0 19 5 4 ab r h i o oiSmill. 1 o 'Young 0 i 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0! 1 0 0 0 arc tlcrl.pnstein and Firofight-'sp /i.. <'!"<. while Dom's plays Police ^ ll .^ in in the second. In the single Veim gum* at the Galesiburg High! McKeevm ' School diamond, Club 19 faces! Total Galo Ward. I?,'.^ 3 ab T hi 3 1 2|Smith 3 o olYoung 3 0 0 Hannam „ 1 o Reed II I) l'Nemoih !! 0 1'Patterson (I I) DIDeJiiynes 2 ii HJoyner 1 0 (i I ST. LOUIS (UPI) - A threc- la'un homer by John Boccabella sparked a four-run third inning Wednesday night to carry the Montreal Expos to a 5-1 win over the St. Louis Cardinals. The Expos took all of their 28 2 8 (runs in the first three innings Soo 020 o-i off starter Alan Foster. The four runs in the third came on three hits, with all of the scoring coming after two out. Ken Singleton singled sharply to center for the first of his three hits and Mike Jorgensen walked on four straight pitches. Bob Bailey also singled to drive in Singleton and Boccabella then lined his homer to left to clear the bases. The Expos got their first run in.tih© (first without benefit of a hit. Foster had an 0-1 count on leddoff hitter Ron Hunt but walked him. Hunt went to sec- on a sacrifice, to third on a wild pitch, and, after Foster also walked Ron Fairly, Single- 2 0 o|ton drove in Hunt with a sacri- Ifica fly. Tota, nno 'oKK -fj Monfrca ' startcr Ernie Mc- 101 3ox--5| Anally shut cut the Cards H-P-WN three singles until the •b * h|sevent/h. Tim McCarver moved a o oi to third on a fly ball and scored on a forceout. Pinch hitter Ken Reitz singled behind the bag at second when shortstop Tim Foli and second baseman Ron Hunt collided. With a 3-0 'count on pinch hitter Bill Stein, McAnaUy was replaced by Mike Marshall who got Stein to foul out and went on to pick up his IQ 'Hi save cf the year. T!rc vict.orv raised McAnally's to 5 - 1, while Chicago Hannam Libby iReed Nemeth Patterson DeJaynes Joyner 3 1 1 2 1 2 3 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 Total 18 5 5 ... 002 000—2 ..,,.130 Olx—5 Midwest League By United Press. International Quincy 10 Cedar Rapids 7 Clinton 2 Danville 0 (1st game) Clinton 1 Danville 0 (2nd game) Decatur 8 Quad Cities 7 (10 innings) Wis. Rapids 5 Appleton 2 Burlington 13 Waterloo 7 (1st game) Waterloo 5 Burlington 4 (2nd game) Breazeale Activated ATLANTA (UPI) - The Atlanta Braves activated first baseman Jim Breazeale Wednesday and sent him to their Richmond farm club in the International League. Breazeale, 23, was expected to start at first base this year for Atlanta but suffered a fractured ankle and wrist in a December automobile accident near Houston. He has been on the disabled list since the! beginning of the year and is expected to report immediately to Richmond. Pitchers Are Featured In Little League Pitching hlghlightedLitUe League action at O. N. Custef Park Wednesday night as the Red Sox' Brian Huffman hurled a 1'hlt 6-1 victory over the ITigers In the opener, and the Cardinals' Jeff Mitchell recorded a 10-0 shutout of the Dodgers 'n the nightcap. Mark Trimble was the loser cr the Tigers, while Steve Bar- Istow got the loss for the Dodgers. Doug Frank led the Red Sox with A "home run as he went two for two at the plate. Rick Nelson a\so knocked out two base hits for the Sox.. Mitchell helped his own cause [in the nightcap with a homer. Tom Glasnovich got three hits In four times at bat and Kevin (Thierry went two for four for he Cards, In tonight's games, the Cubs 'play the Pirates In the first game and the Yankees meet the Athletics in the second. Dodgaii Legion Beaten by Macomb For Season's First Defeat Two unearned funs in the first inning was all Macomb (needed to hand ithe Galesburg Aimerioan Legtol its first defeat of the season in nine starts Wednesday night. Macomb used those two runs to defeat the Galesburg Legion 2-0 at H. T. Custer Park Wednesday* Prior to the toss, coadi Fred Stevens' charges had won their first eight games of the season. Taking to tihe road this week- ,efid, Gartesbtiflg will defend Its lowed no earned runs. Thomp- 84 record. The Legfnnaircs will son struck out five batters and be the guests of Camp Point walked three in a single game Friday night and then play doubleheadors at Ottumwa, Iowa, on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. Macomb pitcher Kevin Young- meycr allowed Gaksburg only three hits in 23 trips to the plate on his way to picking up the win. Losing hurler Mike Thompson gave up five base hits but al- Mendrek Returns To Girls' Tourney \Boylson Barstow Galloway Colvin Vasquez Salsman Cox Mlxon Gray Clays Brown Hungate Total 3 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0| 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 Jackson Glasnov'h Thierry Turney Mitchell M. Fields Berry. Jacobson Davidson J. Fields Mims Isaacson .Campbell Cash Cardinals ab * h 2 2 0 4 1 3 4 2 _ 1 2 1 3 1 1 2 0 1 3 0 10 0 10 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 Total 26 10 11 20 0 2| Score by innings: Dodgers 000 000- Cardinals 003 61x- Tlgers ab T h Barton 1 0 o IKosteleoky 2 0 0 Curry ILeRoy Anderson Corpus Strahlman Trimble M, Reed P. Reed Kilpatrick Crisman M. Tadle P. Tadie England Red Sox ab r h Mendez 2. 2 0 B. Hu«'n 3 1 1 Nelson 4 2 2 Frank 2 12 McDpo'ugh 10 0 Roelilk 1 0 0 Zauhar 2 0 0 Alexander 2 0 0 Robertson 1 0 0 Herrln 10 0 Kelthley 0 0 0 1 0 OCamp 1 0 0 2 0 OlBeserra II 0 o 2 0 0 Wright 10 0 0 0 OlS. Huff'n 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 10 0 Last year's first flight cham ploh, Karen Mendrek, will head the girls' field when the Gales­ iburg All-City Golf Tournaments kick off Monday. Junior, Tournament dates for both boys and girls are Monday, Thursday and Friday of next week. The first round of play will be at Bvinker Links golf course on Monday. The site then switches to Lake Bracken Country Club for the second round, while the final round will be played at Soangetaha Country Club. Late entries for the tourneys will still be accepted for pairings purposes. Entry blanks may be picked up at any of the above three courses. The girls' tournament is divided into three flights—championship, first and second—un Karen Mendrek £ fge SSL t ° Umey Whl ° h ^ , With a 191 tota1 ' is the IMM age_groups. only oharnpion from ]agt year Total 18 1 1| Total 22 6 0 Score by innings; Red Sox ..„,..,204 000—6 Tigers - 000 010—1 Indians Sign Cormier LEXINGTON, Mass. (UPI) The Cleveland Indians signed pitcher Paul Cormier to a 1973 contract Wednesday and assigned him to their Sarasota farm club in the Gulf Coast League. Cormier, a righthander from Lexington, was captain of both the baseball and basketball teams this year at. the University of New Hampshire Major League Box Scores ab r hbtl Monday 2 110 flockert 5 12 1 Wil'iams 5 12 1 Hiser oooo Bourq'e 3 111 Santo 4 0 10 Fanzone 0 0 0 0 Carcle'al 3 0 Hundley 4 0 Kes'neer 3 1 Reuschel 1 o Aker 1 o 22 2 (1, Total 28 7 8 110 000—2 110 50x~7 Pittsburgh ab r hbl Cllnes 4 U 1 0 Cash 3 0 0 0 JOliver 4 0 0 0 'Stsrgell 4 2 3 2 Sang'len 4 12 0 Hebner 3 0 10 Alley 0 0 0 0 Rob'son 4 0 0 0 J. Her'z 2 0 0 0 May 0 0 0 0 IMQQse 0 0 0 0 !R. Her'ez 0 0 0 O IZisk 10 0 0 IBriles 0 0 0 0 Dettore 10 0 0 Dava'lo 10 0 0 Blani 0 0 0 0 Stennett 2 0 11 Total Hill Total Score by innings: IChicago 220 010 000—B Pittsburgh 010 000 200—3 UP—Chicago 2, LOB—Chicago 7, Pittsburgh ii, 2B—Stargqll. HRs—Stiirgell 2 <2U, iBourque (Si. S—Reuschel. * i ii Foster's record dropped to 4-5,; ip n r «rbb»o :i \ •> Reuschel (W n-4) 2 0 0' lAlter ! There are an c s t i m a t c djISre 11 '"" 7 ' 1,250,000 volunteer firemen In BIHSS the United States today. ("W .^AkeV <u) ——'-— jfRorque*. H.P-W ab r h 3 2 1 4 0 2 3 1 1 3 11 ;| n iseason mark California Alomar Llenas Plnson Rob'son Epstein ab t h bl 3 0 0 0 2 0 11 4 0 0 Q 4 0 0 0 4 110 ,Soh'nb'm 4 0 2 0 iBerry 3 2 10 Gal'gher 3 0 2 0 Torborg 3 0 0 0 Oliver. 10 0 0 Meoli 1 0 O 1 McGraw 10 0 0 Davan'n l 0 l . Ryan 0 0 0 0 Barber 0 0 0 0 Hand 0 0 0 0 Chicago lb r hbi Kelly 5 2 2 3 Muser 5 0 2 1 R Allen 3 110 AcosU 10 0 0 May 4 110 Andre's 4 o l l H Allen oooo Leon 3 0 0 0 Herr'nn 2 111 Sharp 4 13 0 Alva'rdo 4 2 3 1 Stone O 0 Q 0 H a :', (i 3 3 2'j 2 I) I) W.t S 4 I 3!:, 1 I 1 2 2 I) (I 2 3 I 1 3 I) 3 1 II 2 2 () I) 0 0 0 HBP-by BUss 1973 VEGA t 80 H.P. Aluminum Engine. # UniHied Body. # Double Ponded Doo>r*. # Wrap Around . ...I^nderp/ : J- WFullvC^ll;:^;, ONLY FREIGHT and LOCAL TAXES EXTRA 2 DOOR NOTCHBACK COUPE ^BUY AMERICA ? Buy The little Car That Doe» Everything Will # Outside Reor view Mirror*. # FtoUi & Dry Rocker Panels. # Cigarette Lighter # Automatic Choke, # Seat and Shoulder Belts, # Ba<k-up Light* # Padded Dash * & Visors. • iM .<: • Total 34 3 8 2[ Total 35 8 12 7 Score by inninm 'California .,.,„„„, 010 000 101—3 Chicago „..,...„... 002 000 60x—8 . E^Leon. Davanon, Kelly, DP- 'California 1, Chicago l. LOB-Call^ fornla 7, Chicago 7. 2B—Herrmann, Andrew*. HR— jKelly ID. SB—Muser, Kelly. SF— Herrmann, ij> h r er bb io Ryan (L8-8) .... 6!!, 10 7 7 2 6 Barber (I 2 110 0 Hand l »f, 0 0 II 1 1 Stone fi?;, 7 2 2 2 6 Acosta (W2-1) 2',, 1 1 0 1 0 Barber pitched to two baiters In seventh. MfiindrelT, who won the first East Moline Race Results FIRST HACE: (4 Furlongs)— Prince Tiger |(J. Caniglia) 9.80 4.40 3.60 Gogo Date (S. Vail) 3.80 3.60 Swinging Wonder (J. Schmidt) 7.20 Time; 48:4 SECOND RACE: (5V£ Furlongs)— One I^ast Bid (J. Gill) 8,40 5.60 3.40 Good Drive (S. Vail) 10 .00 5.00 Mr. Yum Yum (J. Compton) 5.00 Time: 1:10 .0 Daily Double—7 & 2. Paid $40.00. THIRD RACE: (4 Furlongs)— G. I'm Reddy (J. Schmitft) 21.20 7.40 4.80 Mack Q (J. Caniglia) 3.60 3.00 Ama Lone (R. Sosa) 5.40 Time: 40:4 FOURTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Mr. Court (J. Wash) 18.60 7.20 3.40 Satin Lace (R. Sona) 11 .40 4.60 Tudor Bold (P. Tedrick) 3 ,20 1 Time: 50 :0 FIFTH RACE: (1 1/16 mile)— Hi Pop M. Vinci) 5.00 2.80 2.60 Silver Man (,f, Compton) 2.80 2.40 Simple Boll (D. Tro/.loe) 3.20 Time: 1:52,4 QuincHa—1 <t Q. Paid $7.00. SIXTH RACE (4 Furlongs)— Sassy Nature (M. Vinci) 14.40 4.00 3.00 Petite's Cupcakes (P. Tedrick) 5.60 3.60 Plnehurst (C. J, Gilbert) 3.00 Time: 48:4 SEVENTH RACE: (8 Furlongs)His Pleasure (S. Vail) 7 ,60 3.80 3.«0 Salty Cap (C. .1. Gilbert) 3.00 2.40 Butler Creek (R. Younereni ' 3.80 Time: 1 :15.0 (Uinelln—3 & 5. Paid $7.80. JIGHTH RACE; (7 Furlongs)- Chocoiate Love (J, Compton) 5.60 3,20 2.80 Rockmont (J, Wash) 4.60 3.00 Light The Fuse (P. Tedrick) 300 Time; 1:33.2 Qulnella—fl & 7. Paid 17.80. Gaines Named DETROIT (UPI) ~ Former Harlem Globetrotter and Kentucky Colonel standout Dave Gaines has been appointed assistant basketball coach at he University of Detroit. competing this year Although she has not had much chance to practice yet this season, Karen says she will be doing her best again this year. Shaw; Hoopes won the championship flight last year with a 270 si -re, and Marge Heaton won the ^cond flight with a 198. However, neither girl is competing this year. Another entry in the girls' tournament is Robyn Hoopes, who won the championships flight two years ago. We had scoring oipiportunlUes but didn't capitalise on tbm" explained coach Stevens after the loss. "We didn't swing the bats very well, cither." "They're a good ball club," praised Stevens. He also pointed out that the strong performance of pitcher Yoiiftginiieycr was a key factor in shutting off the Legion offense. Yqungmeycr faitmcd 11 Galesburg batters although he gave up eight bases on baillis. Ron Nelson was the top offensive performer for the Legion as he got two singles in three times ait bat. The only other hit for Galesburg was a double by Tony Nelson. For Macomb Dan Laratz led the way with two hits in three trips to the plate, while Ray Bradley, Youngmeyer and Dave Raditett, all contributed single hits. A pair of errors got Galesburg behind in the top of the first iiiming as Macomb scored the two uneairned runs to take the lead. , Thompson got in trouble only one other tiime. Back -toHback singles in the fourth inning put two Macomb men on base with one out, but Thompson struck out the next two batters. Galesburg mounted a rally in 'the bottom of the seventh and final inning but could not bring a run in. After Kevin Jackson led off by shrinking out, Ron Nelson reached base on an error and Mark Thiel walked. But then Louie Vital! hit into ,a fielder's choice that resulted in Nelson being forced at second. Jerry BJixt grounded out to end the inning and the gaime. Macomb Galesburg ab t h _ ,, «b r h Bradley 4 l i Bartlow 3 0 0 Carnage 2 1 o Frier 2 0 0 Prentice 3 0 0 Youngm'er 3 o l Bartlett 3 "o l £antz 3 0 2 Kreps 2 0 0 Jackson R. Nelson Thiol Vitall BUxt T. Nelson Baker Johrtson McKillip ;Wilder 3 0 0 3 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 2 1) 0 10 0 0 0 0 (Thompson 2 o o Total 23 0 3 Total 25 2 5, Score by innings: .Macomb 200 000 o—2 |Golesburg ..... ..000 000 0— o >P h r erbbso Youngmeycr (W) 7 3 0 0 8 11 Thompson .7 5 2 0 3 5 AQUA CLOWN WATER SKI SHOW TO BE HELD AT LAKE WILD WOOD HAVEN, SUNDAY, JUNE 24 FROM 2-4 PM — —" .™,» , u :,n«,..,,.»,m... mm giinuMKBiMJUM The show will feature among others, kite flying, clown jumping, pyramids, parade of flags, barefooting, and trick skiing. Gate price will be a dollar per car; shaw will be Free to campers. Location of lake Is 4 miles East of the South edge of Bushnell. 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