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Pioneers Top Bloomington, Tie for First Place in CICL (BL(X)MliNGTON - Galesburg moved Mo a Me for the lead in lihe Central Minds Collegiate League' wiiWi a Victory here Tlhiirsdiay night. Oaa'dh Jim Isaacson's Pioneers uniade it ifowr in a row (by turn- tog ybar.k fhe Pooroingtion Bob- CICL Standings W L Pel. OB Galesburg 3 3 .625 — Peorln „ 5 3 .625 — Macomb . 5 3 .625 — Chnrls'n-Mnt'oon 2 3 .400 1U Springfield 3 5 .375 2 Bloomington 2 5 .286 2',£ Thurtday'i Reiuli* Chnrleston-Mnttoon 5, Peoria 2 Galesburg 6, Bloomington 2 Macomb 7, Springfield 3 Today's Game* Bloomington at Galesburg (H. T Custer Park), 7:30 p.m. Macomb at Springfield (2), 6 p.m Only games scheduled. Saturday's Games Bloomington at Peoria, 7:30 p.m. Galesburg at Charleston-Mattoon (Grimes Field, Mattoon), 12 noon. ^Ojilj^g^fne^srjh^dujed^^^^^^ caits 6-2 aiftor tailing the home idaim 2-0 early in the giame. The Pioneers, who dropped Klheir ffiirsft two games of the season have now won five out of ibheir last six contests, and ore (tied wiltlh Peoria and Ma- Church Loop Box Scores For Knoxville comb lor first place In the league wiilih >a 5-3 mark. They will entertain the Bob carta tonight in a doubleheadcr at H. T. Cutter Park. The first game is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. The Pioneers, who 'have five games in the next three days, will throw Mike Mackie, Eastern Illinois pitcher from WiilMamsifield, and Jim Dusziak, Western Iltoois. Gialesburg will be on the road he three giames wMh Charles- ition-Mabtoon Mris weekend. They play a d'oubleheader stating at 12 noon Saturday at Grimes Field in Maitoon and a single game ait-Eastern- Illinois in Oharies 'ion Sunday at 2 p.m. "Tom Sfceen's bat was the big factor," Isaacson said. "However, he wasn't sharp on the mound. He altowed 10 hits but scattered them pretty well. "I'm real pleased with the way the kids hang in there when they get a couple of runs down." lit was the fourth game in a row thait Gialesburg has been be­ hind by (two and come back to Win. "Blowningfcon really swings *he baits," Isaacson said. "If they get pitching, they'll be the team to beat." Bob Szczeclnski, Pioneer third baseman from Arizona, hit his head on a pole while chasing a foul ball in the first inning and had to leave the game. He is expected to be back in action tonight. Sleen, University of Iowa, started on the mound for the Pioneers and was credited with the victory, allowing six hits while fanning six and walking four. However, he needed relief help from Paul Kreke, Quincy College, who allowed one hit but no runs in 1% inntogs to get the save. Bloomington took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the third and it wasn't until the tap of the fifth that the Pioneers broke the ice with a run. The first Gialesburg run oame in when Puree!! got a pinch hit double and came home on a single by Mike Heimerdinger, Eastern Illinois. In the sixth inning Ness walked, Stecn singled and West/fall drove in the tying run with a sacrifice fly. The Pioneers took the lead in the seventh inning with a 3-run outburst that included doubles by Pioneer ipitcher Steen and first baseman Gary Bradley. Galesburg Bloomington ab t hi ab r h West A 0 OlLyall 4 1 2 Hoscheldt 3 O Ol.Iuday 3 0 0 Szcz'inskl 1 0 OlCrowley 5 0 1 Bollman 3 1 JlCurran 5 1 1 Brlskcy 1 0 0 Laesch 5 0 1 Purcell 2 2 llCorby 4 0 1 Miller 4 0 HOgle 4 0 2 Hei'dinger 4 1 llDIAngeUs 2 o o Bradley 5 1 1 Shade 2 0 1 Ness 2 1 olLanclrum 1 0 0 Stein 3 0 2iS1.oddard 1 0 O Kreke 1 0 OlRoIand 0 0 0 Total 33 6 7! Total 36 2 10 Score by Innings: Galesburg 000 Oil 310—0 Bloomington . . 002 000 000—2 E—Curran, Briskey. LOB—Gales, burg 12, Bloomington 12. RBI— Westfall 1, Miller, Heimerdinger, Bradley, Stein, Crowley, I.aesch. 2B—Purcell, Bradley, Stein, Miller. SB—Curran. SH—Stein. SF — Westfall. Slcln (Wl -L) Kreke Shade fL, 1-1) Landrum Roland .. WP—Stein 2, (Shade). R-M Defeats Dom's 13-6 In League With first place at stake, the Register-Mail defeated Dom's Sport Center J3-6 Thursday night in Class A League softball In other action last night, Leahy Electric and Admiral moved into a tic for second pbec with victories. Leahy Gofesbur Q ^6Q\^frM^)}j^o[^^.Qr m « Friday, June 22, W/JL\> First-Round Pairings Givefl For All-City Tournaments CLASS A STANDINGS W L Register-Mail 3 o Dom's Sport Center 2 1 Leahy Electric 2 1 Admiral 2 1 Road Knights _ 0 3 Giant Food 0 3 lp h .- 7% n -- l '!i 1 e?:i o .- lib i 1 o r er bb so 2 2 4 6 0 0 11 5 5 8 fi 1111 0 0 0 1 Shade. HBP—Ness (1st Game) Orange Chapel Knoxvllla ab r h| ab r h McKee Nelson Stephens Nott Moore LaFollette Mastin Sargeant Nelson Krohn 1 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 1 1 0 1 0 0| 0 0| Albright 5 Gallagher 2 B. Lttchf d 3 J. Lltchfd 2 Hauer 3 S. Newby 3 Ring 4 T. Newby 4 Duckwiler 4 0 0 2 1 1 2 3 1 a a 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 Total 40 12 13' Score by innings: Orange Chapel 621 Knoxville 500 (2nd Game) Orange Chapel ab r h' Total 30 9 10 Hertenstein, Dom's Victorious In Babe Ruth League Play 001 301 2—12 0— 9 McKee Nelson Stephens Nott Moore LaFollette Mastin Sargeant Krohn Nelson Knoxville ab r 0 llAlbright 3 2 Gallagher 3 S. Newby 1 B. Lttchf'd 4 J. Litchf'd 3 Bradbury 3 Hickerson 3 Duckwiler 1 M. Newby 1 S. Litchf'd 2 Ferrer 1 J. Litchf'd 0 Ring . 1 Total 32 5 9 Score by innings: Orange Chapel 000 Knoxville -002 Total 26 6 10 103 010 10—5 21—6 East Moline Race Results FIRST RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Miss Dee Gar (C. J. Gilbert) 10.40 4,20 3.40 Hasty Love (P. Tedrick) 3.80 3.40 Joyous Harriet (P. Compton) 5.40 Time: 48:4 SECOND RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Lord Tullock (J. Gill) 4.40 3.20 2.60 Miss Continental (J. Schmidt) - 6.60 3.20 Crafty Boy (J. Caniglia) 2.60 Time: 1:15.4 Daily Double—3 & 3. Paid $25.20. THIRD RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Tawana Rue (J. Wash) 6.80 4.20 2.80 Bold Lady (D. Williams) 5.20 3.20 Frosty Stay (J. Caniglia) 2.80 Time: 49:4 - FOURTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Denver Gann (J. Gill) 8.20 4.00 2.60 Hastomatic (C J. Gilbert) 3.40 2.40 Rushin' Rumor (R. Sosa) 2.80 Time: 1:16.4 FIFTH RACE: (5i/ 2 Furlongs)— Red Howard (M. Vinci) 4.80 2.80 2.40 Dance Rullah (S. Vail) 4.60 2.80 Erral Baby (J. Gill) 2.40 Time: 1:10.1 Quinella—1 & 2. Paid $23.40. SIXTH RACE: (5V 3 Furlongs)— Singing Gyp (R. Sosa) 5.80 3.20 2.80 Time To Love (M. Vinci) 5.20 3.60 Double Sybil (P. Compton) 3.60 Time: 1:09.3 SEVENTH RACE: (5Vi Furlongs)—, Little Dave (S. Vail) 4.60 2.60 2.20 Lucky Strike (D. Williams) 3.20 2.20 No Chaperone (M. Vinci) 2.20 Time: 1:09.4 Quinella—2 & 4. Paid $9.80. EIGHTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— Don S. (D. Williams) 9.20 5.20 3.20 Open Trust (P. Compton) 4.00 3.20 Princei Leadfoot (J. Wash) 3.20 ~ , „ Time: 1:13.4 Quinella—2 & 3. Paid $11.60. Hertenstein Loan dropped the Firefighters 10-2 and National League-leading Dom's topped Cubs, Yanks Are Winners In LL Play The Cubs swept by the Pirates 13-3 and the Yankees shut out the Athletics 14-0 in Lit He League play at O. N. Custer Park Thursday night. Tracey Sibley, who went two for two at the plate, homered for the Cubs in the opener. Also going two for two for the Cubs was Tony Hamilton, and Stacey Watson got three ibase hits in three times at bat to lead the Pirates. Winning pitcher was Kevin Taylor, while R. D. Nordgren took the loss. In the second game, Yankees' Butch Sandidge blasted two home runs, including a grand slam. Sandidge had three hits in four times at bat, and teammate Louie Rozmiarek went two or three. Credited with the victory was pitcher Todd Phillips. Tim Holt was the loser. The Indians battle the White Sox and the Braves take on the Giants in tonight's action. the Police 11-3 in Babe Ruth play at H. T. Custer Park Thursday evening. Mark Mendez went three for four at the plate to lead Hertenstein in the first game, while teammates Andy Hendricks and Jim Smith both contributed two base hits. Don McKillip got two h : ts to lead the losing Firefighters. Winning pitcher was Jeff Blucker and Chuck Unger took the defeat. Dom's started off with a 6-run first inning and led all the way in the nightcap. Mark Evans, Barry Cheesmah and Dave Aidrich all knocked out two hits in the winning effort. In .tonight's single game, Coke takes on Clunb 19 at the Galesburg High School diamond. Yankees ab r J. Red'our 4 0 Coe Merriman Sandige Roz'rek Red'our D. Pickrel Phillips T. Pickrel Prltchard Roz'rek Quigley Reed Lithander Bruner Athletics ab r h S. McBride 3 0 0 S. Schwab 3 0 0 Holt 3 0 0 Smith 2 0 0 2fD. McBride 0 0 0 0] 1 0 Boone 1 Woolridge 2 Hendricks 2 D. Schwab 2 Howerter 1 Carson 0 DeJaynes 1 Total 24 14 6| Score by innings: Yankees 110 Athletics 000 Cubs READ THE WANT ADS! Stanley M. Holt 3 K. Taylor 4 Tr. Ha'lton 4 Sibley 2 A. Holt Henderson Stone Jellies D. Taylor Yard To. Ha'lton 2 ab r h 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 O 0 4 1 1 1 O 1 1 1 Total ' 20 0 3 075—14 000— 0 Pirates ab r h 4 1 1 3 U 0 3 1 1 3 1 3 Hertenstein ab r Hillemeier 3 4 Baldwin 5 1 Mendez 4 1 Hendricks 5 1 L. LaF'ette 2 0 Wilberding 4 0 Smith 3 2 Blucker 3 0 Steward 2 1 C. LaF'ette 1 0 Wallace Johnson Firefighters h ab r h 0 Smith 2 0 0 0 Pickrel 2 0 0 3 Do. McK'p 4 0 2, 2 Monday 10 0 1 Holland 2 0 0 1 Boylson 10 0 2De. McK'p 3 1 0 Unger 0 0 0 UMa. Hop'ns 3 0 1 HFritz 3 0 1 0 0 OlRozynek 2 0 0 0 0 0|Lee 0 0 0 Mi. Hop'ns 1 1 1 Total 32 10 111 Total Score by innings: Hertenstein 131 Firefighters 000 Dom's 24 2 7 041110- •10 ab r Lewis 3 Evans 3 B. Chees'n 3 Aldrich 4 S. Chees'n 1 Johnson 3 Cun'gham 1 J. Edwards 1 Campbell 1 Connors 2 M. Ed'ards 2 Keenan 0 Welty Horkstrom 2 ! Gutierrez ! Pacheco IGoff I Cecil . Robertson I Schauman Hendricks HClarke 0 OlZefo 1 O'Lopez Police ab r 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 24 11 10! Total 16 3 2 Score by innings: Dom's .... 601 13—11 Police 000 21— 3 Fox Heads First WGIL Golf Ratings Bill Fox posted an average of 72.5 in men's 18-and-over group to top WGIL's first weekly golf ratings for the week of June 11-17 inclusive. The ratings are based on scratch strokes per round while playing the ball, down, and a minimum of two rounds must be declared to be eligible for a week's ratings. Scores are tabulated from Bunker Links, Lake Bracken and Soangetaha golf courses. Fox led his division, while Glen Thurman was- second and Jim Lehman third with averages of 74 and 77.5, respectively. Heinie Johnson was first in the senior division with a 77.5 stroke average. Second place was taken by Jim Johnson with an 83 average, and Earl Gibb averaged 88.5 for third in the 65-and-over group. In the junior division, Mark Evans led the way with an 80 average, and Barry Cheesman was next with 82.5. Pat Lehman was the top woman golfer with an 88 average. Electric bombed the Road Knights in a game called-after five innings because of the 10- run rule, and Admiral slipped past Giant Food Store 8-7. Jeff Chase and Ed Leahy ripped home runs to spark Leahy Electric to a lopsided victory. In the second game last night, Admiral pushed a run across in the seventh inning to turn back Giant. Paul Winter and Bill Alton homered for Admiral, while Mike Webber slammed one for Giant. Both the Register-Mail and Dom's went into last night's game undefeated. The "Paper Tigers" outhit Dom's 23-10 to rack up their third straight league win. Bill Swanson, Willie Mims. Louie Nichols, Ken Johnson and Randy Clark all had three hits for the winners, while Mike Ostrander, Bob Hoerner and Larry Hayes had two base raps each. Claude Goodman and Mike Davis sparked Dom's attack with two hits. Davis, a former professional baseball player in the St. Louis Cardinal organization, hit two home runs. Russ Kemp also homered for Dom's, while Mims, Hoerner and Clark ripped round-trippers for the Register-Mail. Dom's Register-Mall hi ab r h 2ISwanson 4 2 HEhren'hrdt Goodman Derry Davis McLaren Anderson Sholl J. Johnson 1 0 Kemp 3 1 Toland 3 1 S. Johnson 0 0 Robison 3 0 Sampson 2 0 ab r 4 1 3 1 3 2 3 0 3 0 2 0 Mims ObermiUer Nichols Ostrander Hoerner iJohnson Clark Hayes Total 37 13 23 Total 30 6 10, Score by innings: Dom's 022 020 0—6 Register-Mail 1110 001 x—13 Nemeth Makeever Nordgren Watson B. Rad'iah 3 0 0 1! Anderson l'~ 0 0 1 10 0 Sramek 3 0 1 Tipsword 3 0 0 Cheesman 10 0 J. Rad'ich 1 O o Hendricks 2 0 0 Total 3213 111 Score by innings: Cubs _ r Pirates . Total 27 -3 6 041 .100 125—13 020— 3 AQUA CLOWN WATER SKI SHOW TO BE HELD AT LAKE WILDWOOD HAVEN, SUNDAY, JUNi 24 FROM 2-4 PM 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; show will be Free to campers. Location of lake is 4 miles East of the South edge of Huslmell. Oaks Lead East Division In American Ken Frailing, Jerry Hairston and Ken Hotbman demonstrated at Des Moines Thursday night why Iowa's Oaks have the best record in the American Association and sit atop the East Division standings. Frailing hurled a four-hitter and Hairston socked two home- runs to lead the Oaks over the Indianapolis Indians, 6-1, and Iowa opened up a two-game lead over the runner-up Tribe. Hairston soloed in the first and seventh innings, and Hottman hit a two-run homer in the eighth, his fourth in three nights, to give Frailing all the help he needed. Frailing's season record now is 7-1. Tom Carroll was no match for Frailing. Carroll lasted until the eighth frame and he and Pat Osborn gave up nine safeties to the Oaks batters including the three deadly homers. Evansville's Triplets also fell victim to an East Division rival, the Omaha Royals taking their game from the lloosiars 9-5 on Al Autry's eight-hitter while his mates were collecting 16 hits. In other games, Wichita widened its lead over Denver in the West Division to two games with an 8-6 triumph over the Bears, and Tulsa edged Oklahoma City 7-6, thanks to a six- run outburst in the fifth inning. All-America Game Kicks Off Season LUBBOCK, Tex. (UPI) The 1973 football season opens Saturday night with the talent- loaded West rated a slight favorite over the East in the 13th annual Coaches All- America game. Kickoff is set for 8:30 p.m. (EDT) on the campus of Texas Tech University, with a capacity crowd of 45,000 expected and a national television audience watching. Headlining the talented West will be quarterback Dan Fouts of Oregon, tailback Greg Pruitt of Oklahoma, fullback Sam Cunningham of Southern Cal and flanker Steve Holden of Arizona State. Southern Cal Coach John McKay will head the West forces, also calling upon the services of quarterback Ty Paine of Washington State, tailback-fullback Pete Vanvalkenburg of Brigham Young, tailback Terry Metcalf of Long Beach State and flanker Joe Wylie of Oklahoma. READ THE WANT ADS! Tournament Set By Farm Bureau The Warren County Farm Bureau Golf Tournament will be held June 30 at Monmouth's Gibson Woods course. Tee-off time is 9 a.m. Farm Bureau members wishing to enter may contact Mr. and Mrs. Max Reynolds, tournament directors, of Smithshire, the Farm Bureau office or sign up at Gibson Woods. Deadline for entries is Monday evening. The eight divisions in the tourney are husband and wife, mixed doubles, associate male member, regular male member, senior male member (50-60), senior male member (61 and over), dependent male member and women, Two winners in each of the classes will play in the District Tournament at Gibson Woods July 16. Kemp Injured ATLANTA (UPI) - Charlie Kemp suffered compressed vertebrae and a sprained ankle Thursday when a Porsche 917 he was testing for the July 8 Road Atlanta auto race became airborne and crashed. Kemp, a 35-year-old investment broker from Jackson, Tenn., said a gust of wind caught turbo-charged Porsche car as he came over a rise and it travelled 150 feet in the air before hitting the ground. Kemp is expected to be in the hospital five or six days. Pairings have been released for the opening round of the Galesburg All-City Junior Golf Tournaments which get under way Monday. The first golfers are scheduled to tee off at 8 o'clock Monday morning at the Bunker Links course. On Thursday the site of the competition will switch to Lake Bracken, while the final round will be held at Soangetaha on Friday. A total of 69 junior golfers signed up for the tournaments, which are co-sponsored by the Register-Mail and WGIL. The break-down shows 51 boys and 18 girls entered. Alt girls and all boys in the 10-12 age group will qualify for the second and third rounds of play. However, there will be a cut in the other two boys' groups, In the 13-14 and 15-17 divisions, only the low 18 scores and ties will qualify for further competition. The boys' tourney is broken into classes according to age, but the girls will compete in three flights of six each. Class B Softball Results STANDINGS American Division W L. Eagle Food Center 4 1 Rod's East End Tap .4 1 American Business Clubs 4 1 Gates Misfits . 3 2 Gates Giants . 1 4 Nailonal Division W L Admiral . 4 1 Grady's 2100 Club 2 3 Lions Club . ._ 1 4 Goodyear 1 4 Gates Finishers 1 4 Monmouth Is 6-1 Winner Over Hi-Lo MONMOUTH - Monmouth de feated Hi-Lo 6-1 in Connie Mack League play here Wednesday night. Monmouth brought in five runs in the bottom of the third inning en route to the victory. Schriber was the winning pitcher, and Hopping took the loss. Rescinito led Hi-Lo with two base hits in four trips to the plate. Top offensive performer for the winners was Conn, who also went two for four. Hi-Lo Monmouth ab r h| ab r h Rescinito 4 0 2[Pate 3 11 i S 0 ?. . 4 0 0 Mahnquist 4 1 0 I Bullock 2 0 OConn 4 12 •5 Hopping 2 0 0 Conard 3 1 1 1 Scott 3 0 1 Purlee 3 11 •'Johann 2 0 0 Lovedahl 3 11 ^ Sheldon 0 0 0 Nelson 3 0 0 2 Cooley 3 10 Smith 3 0 o 1 Foster 10 0 Schriber 2 0 0 2 Mims 10 0 2 Humes 10 0 Vallero 10 0 Total 24 1 a\ Total 28 6 6 Score by innings: Hi-Lo . ;.000 010 0—1 Monmouth 105 000 x—6 Soap Box Derby Set for Sunday The Galesburg Soap Box Derby is scheduled for one o'clock Sunday afternoon at South Academy and Knox streets. It is the first of three events to be held in this.area. Soap box races will also be held at the Abingdon and Eimwood fall festivals. Boys and girls between the ages of nine and 15 compete in two classes—A and A A. Trophies are awarded to the top three winners in each class. Eagle* Wilson Thor Blomqulst John Cisco Murfln Brunkow Sprague German Best Monlcal Smith Tolle Total ab r 3 0 2 1 5 1 3 1 2 2 4 2 4 4 Vlox Anders Brock Broadfield 2!Pershke 3 Miller SIRoltburd Admiral ab t h 3 2 5 3 4]Rose S 3 4Haeflinger 5 2 2Engle 5 0 II 3 1 1 0 Boy* 18-17 8:00—8. Klapp, C Yeomartii S. Wilberding. • , 8:07~S. White, T. CllflplWan', J. Sandoval. j . _ „ 8:15— S. Lakis, J. Cunningham, M. Hannam. ^ 8:22—B. Vinson, B. Bennett, B. Nelson. 8:30--D. Douglaa, S. Cheeamsn, R. Owen. •" 8:37—J. Benbow, B. DflVlS.'J'. %t. pe 8?45__K. Palko, M. McFarland', D. Frnkes. , . _ 0:00—D. Soterzbach, D. ,AUen8- worth, J. Stansbury, C. Hine«. Boy* 13-14 9:07—D. Vinson, D. Benson, T. Dudman, 0:15—J. Flater, M. Sepheiumn, D. Yeomans. 9:22—C. Pacey, M. Evans. J, Holt. 9:30—,T. Thurman, S. Baldwin, S. Benbow. 9:45—J. Herr, T. Bennett, B. Cheesman, M. Morrissey. _^ 10:00—.T. Deels, K. Davis, JT.Thlel, I. Douglas. ,, 10:07—M. Abrahamson, J. Schflcht, T. Morrissey. Soys 10-12 10:07—M. Abrahamson, J. Schacht ,T. Morrissey. 10:15—C. Bishop, B. Espelo, C. Allen. Gitis -,T. Coe, K. Norris, A.: Palko. -T. Mendrek, C. Roslne, P. 47 20 25 Score by innings: Eagles 700 Admiral 532 Total 37 17 14 090 200 4—20 5—17 Rods Boyer Stevens Way Farquer Galloway Shepherd Johnson Dugan DeCamp Jefferson Total ab r h! 5 1 ljGomez 5 2 2IHilgenb'g 3 5 3 3 Anderson 4 4 2 2;Ham'sch'dt 3 Goodyear ab r h 5 1 2 4 2 4'Sekeres 4 2 2iSherlock 4 1 UGianos 4 0 2iSmlth 4 2 2 ] Grawey 3 1 2'Hallam lOlson 0 0 0 1 2 3 42 16 211 Total Score by innings: Rods 200 Goodyear 002 3814 18 Hunt 5 0 Day 5 1 Fairly 4 0 Singl'ton 3 1 Jorg'sen 4 1 Bailey 3 0 Boc'be'la 4 0 Foli 4 0 Stone'an 1 0 Braeden 1 0 Gilbert 0 0 Mashore 1 0 Walker 0 0 Woods 1 0 427 730 1—16 2—14 Ambucs Wolfe Smiley Lersch Miller Robinson B. Darrah Greene Peake Yulga Sage Whittle T. Darrah ab r h| 5 3 3 ; Glaser 1 3,'Hobbs Gianis ab r h 6 2 1 0| 0 0 2 2 2 4 0 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 0 1 2 2 Welty Watson Doan Keneipp Roberts Day Semande Charles Total 40 15 20| Score by innings: Ambucs 032 Giants 010 Total 45 13 23 520 234 3—15 3—13 Misfits Nicalse Patterson L. Walter Martinez French T. Walter Ray Cauthon Mosler Olson Pruett ab r h 4 13 4 2 21 4 '2 2j 5 11 4 12 4 4 M. Henry Shragal Smith Leath Weber 1 l|Haneghan 1 2ICampbell 3 3lCoombs 0 0[Conley 2 3IS. Henry 1 3'Ennis Finishers ab r h 3 0 0 4 1 2 0 2 0 1 4 12 4 2 2 4 1 1 4 11 4 2 2 2 1 1 3 1 1 10:3010:37- Butler. 10 Esther. 11:00—D. Douglas. U-.07-K. L. Shearer. 11:15—R. Hoopes, J. ThurYrian, S. Owen. -J. Coleman, K. Coe, COu 'n- Mueller, J. Davis, S. Mendrek, M. Heaton, Box Scores Montreal ab r hbl Sf. Louis ab t hbl Brock 4,,Q' 2 0 Dwyer 4 2 10 McC'ver.4. ; l i 2 Reitz 0 0 0 0 Torre 3 0 11 OfSim'ons 0 0 0 0 0 0 Size'ore Mel'dez Kel'her Gibson 3 0 10 •T»CT 0 0 i£o o o £to i o Total 30 4 8 4 000 003 444—3 201 100 OQx—4 at Total 36 3 8 3 Montreal St. Louis E—Sizemore, Kelleher. DP—St. Louis 1. LOB—Montreal 8, §t,, Louis 2B—Brock, Dwyer, Torre,,.Singleton, Kelleher. 3B—Brock. HRs-r McCarver (2), Gibson (1). SB-nTorgen- sen. • • lp h r er'bb'so Stoneman (Ll-4) 4 7 4"'4"2' 3 Gilbert 1 0 0 0 0 2 Walker 3 1 O'd 0 0 Gibson (W 7-6) ... 9 8 3^2,2, 6 WP—Stoneman, Gibson 2. PB — Simmons. Oakland Chicago ab r hbl ab,rhbl 5 0 2 OlJeter 4 111 4 0 3 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 2 O 1 0 0 0 Ca'p'ris North Bando Jackson Johns'n Tenace Rudi Fosse Kubiak Mangual Green ulKelly >4' O 10 " D Allen 2 0 10 May 4 0 2 1 Reich'dt 4,0 0 0 Leon JjQ 0 0 Andre's 320. 1 0 H Allen 'QjjO, 0 0 Herr'nn 3^1 1 0 Alv'rdo 3 0-00 Bahns'n 0 0 0 0 Total 42 15 22| Total 36 10 12 Score by innings: Misfits 703 111 2—15 Finishers - 010 027 0—10 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0! 3 0 0 O 1 0 0 0 ol McK'ney 1 0 0 0, Holtz'n 0 0 0 0 ca — Total 36 0 12 0| Total 30 "t 7 2 Oakland r - .000 000 '000—0 Chicago » - 000 020,, O0j<—2 DP—Oakland 1, Chicago 1. LOB— Oakland 10, Chicago 6. 2B—Campaneris, Herrmann, Jeter. lp h r er bb so Holtzman (L 11-6) 8 7 2 .2.2 6 Bahnsen (W8-6) - 9 12 0"'0"1 6 2 DAYS Of MODIFIED MIDGET RACES SAT., JUNE 23 Time Trials 7 P.M.; 1st Race 8 P.M. Also SUNDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 24 Time Trials 1 P.M.; 1st Race 2 P.M. SQUIRES SPEEDWAY West On Route 34 — Follow The Signs. ADULTS - $1.50 UNDER 12 - 50c ; FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE WILL BE OPEN Tuesday Evenings 'Till 9:00 P.M. — OFFER EXPIRES ——I JUNE 30, 1973 I Grease | Oil Change. & I Filter i CYCLE INSURANCE Call Us For A Quote Today! CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES: Only WITH $7.77 COUPON I r OFFER EXPIRES "-»| JUNE 30, 1379 I • Motor Tune-Up i I Plugs-Points I I & zl Condenser ^ I 6 Cyl. $24.77$ | V-8 $29.77 $ Local Claims Service Competitive Price Lay-Up Coverage 2 Bike Discount Safe Cyclist Discount 6 8-12 Month Policies Pay Plans Available VERN JOHNSON Service Manager BOB WITH COUPON SHOTTENKIRK Robert Miller Agency 343-1168 CHERRY & SIMMONS Chevrolet ABINGDON

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