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Gdlesburg Register-Mail, Gofesburg, Orioles 9 Al BumbryShows Skills as Hitter. Runner Tuesday; June 26, 1973 19 By FRED DOWN UP! Sports Writer Al Bumbry thinks he is a .300 hitter and the fastest runner in baseball. He showed both his skills Monday night when he had five Houston 13 Cincinnati 2, and hits, including a triple and four singles, and scored the winning run after beating out a hit to shortstop Tim Johnson as the Orioles defeated the Milwaukee Brewers, 4-3. "First," said Bumbry, "I think I can hit .330 in the majors, and second, inficlders can't hesitate like Johnson was all night before making his throw when I'm running. They can do it on other players but they can't do it on me." The Cleveland Indians defeated the New York Yankees, 4-2, the California Angels beat the Kansas City Royals, 5-2, the Boston Red Sox shaded the 9 A's, 4-2, In other American League games. National League scores were Pittsburgh over Montreal, 8-6 and 3-1, Chicago 3 New York 2, Philadelphia 7 St. Louis 6, Los Angeles 3 San Diego 2. Bumbry beat out a single to short when Johnson hesitated •making the throw In the 12th inning, moved to second on Rich Coggins' sacrifice, advanced to third on a wild pitch by Frank Linzy and scored on Willie Davis' infield out. Mike Cuellar went the full 12 innings for the Orioles, allowing nine hits and striking out nine for his fourth win. The Indians snapped the Yankees' eight-game winning streak when Chris Chambliss drove in two runs with a bases- filled single and Gaylord Perry [fifth save, pitched a nine-hitter for his Detroit Tigers, 2-1, the Chicago|eighth win. Chambliss delivered White Sox topped the Minnesota Twins, 3-2, and the Texas Rangers downed the Oakland the key hit off Mel Stottlemyre in the sixth inning. Thurman Munson homered for the Olde Music Shoppe, Hi-Lo Are Defeated by Monmouth Watch Putt Attempt Watching Bob Espejo's putt attempt are, left opening round of the All-City Junior G to right, Juan Espejo, Chuck Hines and Doug Tournament at Bunker Links Monday. Frakes. All four golfers were playing in the , ' Opening Round Is Played In Junior Golf Tourneys The first round of the All-City*;, Junior Golf Tournaments opened, at the Bunker Links course Monday. , ( The second round will be played at Lake Bracken on Thursday with the final round at Soangetaha on Friday. Bill Klapp has a 1-stroke lead in the boys' 15-7 group. Klapp fired a round of 74, and Dan Stoerzbach, last year's 13-14 champ, was close behind at 75. Last year's 10-12 winner, Eric - Thiel heads the field in the 13-14 class with an 82. Mike Morrissey and Mark Evans follow with 83 and 84, respectively. With a 112 total Craig Bishop leads the 10-12 group. Ted Mor, rissey is second with a 115. In girls' competition, Julie Davis carded a 50 for nine holes to, top the championship flight. Julie Coleman, Cookie Rosine and Delores Mueller are tied at 62 in the first flight, while Libby Shearer tops the second flight with a 67. Boyi 15.17— BUI Klapp 39-35 Dan Stoerzbach 40-35 Chuck Hines 44-36 Juan Espejo 44-36 Doug Frakes 41-40 Doug Allensworth .44-38 John Stansbury ...41-41 Kris Palko 42-40 Tim Chapman 45-38 J. Benbow 44-40 Scott White 44.42 Bill Vinson —44-43 Brad Nelson 48-41 Steve Lakis 49-42 Dan Douglas 47-45 S. Wilberding 46-46 J. Sandoval 48-44 95 50-45 13-14— Eric Thiel —. 44.38 Mike Morrlssey ..41-42 Mark Evans -.47-37 T. Bennett .'..45-40 J. Deets 42-44 D. Vinson— \. ... r 47-40 D. Benson 46-43 B. Cheesman - 48-41 J. Douglas ..49-41 S. Baldwin .—47-43 T. Dudman : ' 53.45 D. Yeoman .57-41 J. Flatcr 58-41 S. Benbow ...48-51 K. Davis ... 50-49 C. Pacey —: , ...55-49 104 J. Waters 52-55 107 J. Holt — 53-58 111 10-12— Craig Bishop 57-55 112 Ted Morrlssey 58.57 115 Dean Wilson 67-61 128 Bob Espejo .74-55 129 Malt Abrahamson 69-72 141 82 83 84 85 86 87 89 89 SO 90 93 98 • 99 99 99 Monmouth racked up two Connie Mack League victories by defeating Olde Music Shoppe 7-6 Saturday and Hi-Lo 12-3 Monday night at H. T. Custer Park. In Saturday night's game, Monmouth scored one run in the top of the ninth inning to break a 6-6 tie and take the win. Doug Nelson was the winning pitcher as Rick ,Conn recorded a save. Tim Shelly was the loser. , Terry Lovdahl, Roger Con- Craig_Alien §3-58 mnard and Dave Purlee all knocked out two base hits in the winning cause. Leading Olde Music was Kevin Salsman, who went two for five. Monmouth led all the way in Monday's game, and Conn picked up the victory. Hi-Lo's Danny Scott got the defeat. Conn led Monmouth with two hits in four times at bat while holding Hi-Lo to only one hit, However, the one hit by Hi-Lo's Dave Bullock was a home run Connard also homered for Monmouth. Monmouih Pate Murray Q. Ma'quist 3 Conn 4 Connard Lovdahl Purlee Nelson Jenks Mills ab t h| 4 0 OjCooley 1 0 0[Cox 2 3 1 4 1 1 1 1 2|Vallero Bullock Wallterlor 4 HRescinito 1 llJohann 2 O OlMims 10 0 R. Burgla'd 2 0 olNemeth B. Burgla'd 1 0 OlFoster J. Ma'quist 1 0 0|Humes Hopping Scott H1-I.O ab r h 4 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 O Sheldon 1 1 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 O 0 D 1 0 Total 27 12 0) Total 24 3 1 Score by innings: Monmouth 034 022 1—12 Hi-Lo 000 030 0—3 Jeff Schacht .....85-61 146 Mike Hlllier 94-76 170 Girl* Championship Flight- Julie Davis - 50 Sandy Owen — 51 Karen Mendrek —- 53 Susan Douglas ' — 59 Marge, Heaton 60 Rehee Butler 61 1st Flight- Julie Coleman - 62 Cookie Rosine ... 62 Delores Mueller -i -i 62 Kerry Coe — -y 64 Jackie Thurman — 65 Tracey Mendrek j 66 2nd Flight— Libby Shearer 67 Cindy Gunther - 68 Jackie Cox ... 75 Linda King -— 78 Amy Palko — -90 Kim Norris 164 Yankees in the ninth. Carlton Fisk homered over the left field wall in Fenway Park at precisely the moment when a taped recording of an interview with him was explaining why it was difficult to hit in the Boston park, to give the Red Sox their win over the Tigers in the Monday night nationally televised game. The blow handed Jim Perry his sixth loss. Al Kaline homered for the Tigers. Carlos May doubled in two runs and scored on a single by Rick Reichardt in the first inning to give the White Sox all the runs they needed to beat Minnesota. Stan Bahrisen received credit for his ninth win although he needed the relief help of both Terry Forster and Cy Acosta. Acosta earned his Monmouih n 4. *bt h\ Pate 5 2 1 Q. Ma'quist 5 2 1 Conn 3 2 1 Connard 4 0 2) Lovdahl 5 1 Purlee 5 O Nelson 5 0 0 ! Mills 2 0 0 J. Ma'quist 2 0 0 Burgland Smith Murray 1 0 Total 39 710| Total 34 6 7 Score by innings: Monmouth 003 000 301—7 Oldo Music 200 020 200—6 Olde Muilc „ ab r h Hansen 4 3 Salsman 5 3 B. Parker 4 0 Shelly 3 0 2IColvin 2 0 1 2|Hall 300 Emery 4 0 1 Kohl 4 0 0 n C. Parker 3 0 1 0 0 OMead 10 0 2 0 OIBenbow 10 0 Major League Box Scores Minnesota ab r hbi Carew Terrell Oliva Darwin KiUeb'w Monzon Braun Lis Holt Walton Mlfw'ld Hisle Blyl'ven 0 2 OKelly 0 1 0 1 0| Allen 0 2 llMelton 0 0 0 0 OlJeter 1 0 0 0 1 1.20 Chicago ab r hbi Orta May Reich'dt 3 3 3 Leon 3 0 0 OIHerr'nn 0 0 OlSharp OIBahnsen 0 Forster 0 0 OlAcosta 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 30 3 10 3 Tim Hasten Sez SPECIAL Jefzon firms F78-14 & 15, (578*14 & 15 Gemini I Polyester W.W. 4 for $99" Plus Sales Tux & $2.00 ea. Mounting & Buluncing Charge. SOUTHSIDE GULF 406 S, Chambers Galesburg Total 35 2 11 . Score by innings: „ Minnesota - 000 000 002-2 Chicago 300 000 OOx—3 E-Melton, Kelly. DF-Mlnnesota 1, Chicago 3. LOB—Minnesota 13, Chicago 6. 2B-Mag. Sharp^^ Blyleven (L9-8) . 8 10 3 3 2 10 Bahnsen (W 9-8) - 7 10 0 0 2 2 Forster 1 n n n 1 2 Acosta - - —• 1 0 0 0 1 .4 Bahnsen pitched to 1 batter in 8th; Forster pitched to 4 batters to Saw_Acosta (6). HBP-by Blyleven (Reichardt). T—2:55. A—16,008. Chicago w fcW Na T , Y hbi ab 1 hbi ab r hUi Monday 4 0 0 0 Garrett 4 0 0 0 BVckert 3 1 0 0 Millan 4 0 0 0 Bonham 0 0 0 OStaub 4 12 0 Wil'iams 4 1 1 0 Mllner 3 1 1 0 Hick'an 3 0 0 OIKrane'ol 10 0 0 Santo 4 1 2 2IHahn 0 0 0 0 CardU 3 0 1 OGosger 4 0 2 0 Rudo 'ph 2 0 0 0 Hodges 4 0 12 James 1 0 0 0 Marfez 3 0 10 Hundley 1 0 0 0 Fregosl 10 0 0 Ke?nger 2 0 1 UMatlack 3 0 0 0 St. Louis Philadelphia ab r h bl ab r h bl Brock 3 110 Tovar 3 2 11 Size'ore 3 2 0 0 Doyle 4 0 2 2 McC'ver 4 2 2 3 Unser 4 0 0 0 Torre 3 0 11 Luz'skl 4 111 Sim'ons 4 13 1 Hutton 4 12 1 Cruz 4 0 0 0 Schmidt 2 0 0 0 Dwyer 3 0 0 0 Brandon 0 0 0 0 Mel'dez 0 0 0 OlRogo'skt 1112 Tyson 3 0 0 0[Scarce 0 0 0 0 Foster 2 0 0 OlBoone 4 0 10 Segui 0 0 0. OBowa 4 0 0 0 Reitz 1 0 0 OITwifell 0 0 0 0 lAnder'n 12 1 Cubs Down Cards, Yanks Defeat Sox In Little League action 0. N. Custer Park night, the Cubs easily the Cardinals 11-6 in the opener while the Yankees had off a last-inning rally to top the Red Sox 8-7. Cards' Jeff Turney hit a homer in the first game. Kevin Thierry and Terry Mims both knocked out two base hits as well. Jeff Mitchell was losing hurl/er. Leading offensive performer for the Cubs was Andy Holt, who went three for four at the plate. Winning pitcher Kevin Taylor and Tracy Sibley each added two hits. The Yankees broke a 5-5 tie with three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning in the second game. Holding the Red Sox to only two runs in the top of the sixth, the Yanks took the 1-run victory. Butch Sandidge was credited with the win as he aided his own cause with two hits. Brian Huffman took the defeat. Rick Nelson went three for four to lead the Sox. Don Sim mons, Doug Frank and Brett Roehlk got two hits apiece. Red Sox Yankees ab r h| ab r h " 1 1|V. Roz'rek 0 0 0 0,Coe 2 1 2 2iSandidge 3 1 Bill Kirkendall Mendez Huffman Simmons Nelson Frank McDon'ugh 3 Roehlk Zauhar Alexander 3 3 3 4 3 3 1 On the Rebound Kirkendall Hits Headlines With Tournament Win By Joe Morrissey Sports Editor 3IL. Roz'rek 2 2 1 2IRednour 3 1 1 Total 30 6 7 S| Total 31 7 9 7 Score by innings: St. Louis 003 020 010—6 Philadelphia 000 003 22x—7 E—Tovar. DP—St. Louis 1, Philadelphia 2. LOB—St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 4. 2B—Hutton. 3B—Tovar.. HR—McCarver (3), Simmons (3), Rogodzin- skl (2). SB—Brock. S—Twltchell, Tyson. ip h r erbbso Foster .. -. 5% 5 3 3 2 1 Segui (L3-3) 2 ','3 4 4 4 1 2 Twitchell 6 5 5 4 4 5 Brandon (W 1-1) „ 2 2 1110 Scarce - 1 0 0 0 2 0 Save—Scarce (7). T—2:22. A—16,570. McGraw 0 0 0 0 Boswell 10 0 0 Total 32 2 7 2 Are One-Tivo Bill Klapp, right, and Dan Stoerzbach are one-two in boys 15-17 group after the first round of the All-City Junior Golf Tournament at Bunker Links Monday. Klapp fired a 74 and Stoerzbach a 75 in opening play. (Register-Mail photos by Steve Stout.) Reuschel 10 0 0 Fanzone 10 0 0 LaR'che 0 0 0 0 Pop'ich 10 0 0 Total 30 3 5 3 Score by innings: Chicago OOO 000 003—3 New York __()00 002 000—2 E—Martinez, DP—New York 2. LOB—Chicago 8, New York 7. 2B—Cardenal, Staub, Santo. S— Reuschel. _ Ip h i erbbio Reuschel .7 7 2 2 3 0 LqRoche (W2.0) .. I 0 0 0 1 2 nonham .1 0 0 0 0 1 Matlaek (L 4-10) 8 3 3 3 4 7 McGraw 1 2 0 0 1 0 Matlaek pitched to three batters in Oth. Save—Bonham (3). T—2:20. A—31,984. Pittsburgh (2nd Game) ab r h bi| Cllnes 3 0 0 OHunt Cash 3 0 0 O'Day Oliver 4 1 1 liFairly Stargell Daval'lo Sang'len Hebner Stennett May Briles Montreal ab r h bl 4 0 1 (I 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 3 1 1 O'Sing'ton 4 0 10 0 0 0 OMore'sen 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 HBailey 4 110 3 1 1 liHu'ph'y 4 0 0 0 4 0 1 OiFoli 4 0 2 1 3 0 0 OStroh'er 10 10 2 0 0 0 Mashore 10 10 IMoore OOOO Stinson 10 0 0 'Marshall 0 0 0 0 Bre'den 10 0 0 Total 29 3 6 a| Total 33 1 8 1 Score by innings: Pittsburgh 010 101 000—3 Montreal -. —. -010 000 000—1 E— Stennett. DP—Pittsburgh 1, Montreal 2. LOB — Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 8. 2B—Bailey, Stargell. HR—Hebner (10), Oliver (9). Ip h r er bb 10 RrilPS (W5-7) 0 8 1118 Strohmayer (LO-1) 5 4 2 210 Moore 2 1112 2 Marshall - 2 10 0 10 HBP—by Strohmayer (Cllnes). T—2:15. A—24,402. 0 1ID. Pickrel 2 1 1 9 0 2!Phillips 3 0 0 3 0 llQuigley 1 0 1 3 0 OiT. Pickrel 1 1 0 Lithander 10 0 Peterson 0 0 0 Bruner 0 0 0 iReed 0 0 0 U. Red'our 2 1 0 Total 29 7 12| Total 20 8 6 Red Sox 210 022—7 Yankees 320 03x—8 Cubs Stanley M. Holt A. Holt K. Taylor Yard Sibley D. Taylor Chaney Blackburn Morgan Jellies Knowell Stone ab r h 3 0 Jackson Cardinals ab 1 h 1 Glasnov'h 3lThlerry 2ITurney 1 IMttchell 2 2M. Fields 0 0 Berry 0 0 Mims 0 0 McGuire 0 OlDavidson 0 0|J. Fields 0 oiPyatt 0 0' Total 25 11 9| Total Cards 101 Cubs 201 28 6 8 103— 6 26x—11 Correction The Class AAA winner in the Galesburg area soapbox derby was incorrectly identified in Monday's Register-Mail. The derby champ was Tim O'Bryant of Galesburg and not Tim Bryan of Abingdon. Bill Kirkendaill may not have been well-known in the Bloomingfcon - Normal golf circles a week ago, but he is now. The former Silver Streak QltMete, a junior this fall at Illinois State University, made a ckiamaittc bid for recognition a week ago by walking off wdibh honors in the annual Btoomington - Normal Medal Ptfay Golf Championship. Bill, a member of the ISU go-lf team, took ithe lead by firing a l-over^par 71 the first d/ay and then responded under Pioneers To Host Macs League-leading Macomb is scheduled to come to town tonight for a matchup with second place Galesburg. The Pioneers, who are one game back in .the Central Illinois Collegiate League with an 8-5 record, could tie for the lead with a victory. It will be the first of two big home games for Coach Jim Isaacson and his charges who are host to third place Peoria Wednesday night. Both games are scheduled for 7:30 at H. T. Custer Park. pressure on the final day w^th a 2-under 68. His sutonpar round held off a bid by 4-ftdme champion Frank Mepagen who had a 70 on the final round. Kirkendall, won lihe touroaimenit by 'three strokes wi'Jh a 36-hole total' of 139. Bill's best nine came on,the ifront side ithe felt day ,When he pUted just seven times for *he /first iseven holes and 10 for dine entire front nine.''.He had three birds in a sifczjihg 3-under par 33. Niopagen was impressed with the play of Kirkendall. "His punts never left''any doubts," 'the former champion said. "They were all right ,in the back of ithe oup. I really never felt I had the momentum because he never faltered." As a sophomore at ISU this spring, Kirkendall played (third to aixltih man 'and "averaged 77.4. He was ai'&V a member of -the Red Birds' varsity team a's a freshman. "I had a lot of trouble this spring but since I've beefr'tfut of school I've been playing'36 holes a day," Bill said. 'Jit's been paying off for me/ I think it's a case of my gaining maturity. I know what I want to do now and that's It wil be Howe Mfg. night at P*ay Postanal golf."H. T. Custer Park with prizes given away. Isaacson reports that Paul Kreke, the big righthander from Quincy College, will get the starting assignment tonight against the Macs. Kirkendall starred in golf and basketball at Galesburg High School and two years ago won t 'ihe slate Jaycee golf tournament, New he's making his mark away from home. White Sox Edge Minnesota 3-2 CHICAGO (UPI) — A 3 - 2 came out of the bullpen to bail|he threw with "good velocity," victory over the Minnesota out Forster and preserve the Twins showed the Chicago victory for the Sox with White Sox fans what t h e i rjfifth save. when Pat Kelly and Orta but he lost his control and singled and scored on Carlos his I walked three batters without May's double while he scored heroes didn't have when they were losing eight of their previous 11 games. One of the things that they didn't have was relief pitcher Terry Forster and another was second baseman Jorge Orta. Forster got into action Monday night against the Twins for the first time since June 10 and worked one good inning before "If I just had Acosta in the bullpen," Manager Chuck Tanner said, "I might have let Stan (Bahnsen) go longer. But he got into trouble in the ninth!Acosta." and was charged with both' Minnesota runs. But Cy Acosta Forster. who was sidelined with a pulled rib muscle, said getting a man out in the ninth. "I lost my rhythm," he said. "I was just trying to get the ball over the plate, but I hadn't worked for so long, I was coming in high or just missing with both Forster and Acosta|low. But with Cy in the pen, there, I figured I could take Bahnsen out. "Bahnsen worked hard. He pitched a hard ball game, but I had faith in Forster and it was nice to have somebody else come in to pick me up." Bahnsen was credited with on Rick Reichardt's single. The win came over the Twins' Bert Blyleven, his eighth loss against nine wins. He allowed 10 hits but struck out 10 batters as well. The two teams close their series tonight with star left­ hander Wilbur Wood pitching for the White Sox, attempting MEET THE BIG CHIEF I 1973 Catalino 4-Dr. Sedan Stock #P73-61 —Turbohydramatic Trans —Power Steering —Power Disc Brakes — Front —Custom Air Conditioning -1178x15 WSW Tires —AM Radio Gerry -Soft Kay Glass - All —Roof Drip Mouldings —Body Side Mouldings —Rocker Panel Mouldings —Deluxe Wheel Covers —Protective Bumper Strips -350 V-8 Engine —Courtesy Lamp Group the win, his ninth against six j to break a four - game losing | losses, although he allowed lOjstreak and earn his second hits in the seven innings he i victory in his last eight starts. • worked. The Sox gave him all Joe Decker was to pitch fori their runs in the first inning ithe Twins. 172 S. PrdrieMdce Galesburg Beautiful-Buy a Portias Ph. 343-1188

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