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14 Gojesbu f g Reg|$tie r *Md iJ, ,<3 ,QI estaura, 111. Wi.dhesdQy, June 27,1973 Norton Wants Recognition By IRA BERKOW NEW YORK (NEA) - Ken Norton agrees with his legion of detractors that he could not have whipped Muhammad . Ali six years ago. "I was in the amateur ranks then," said Norton. "I get verbally hostile when people keep comin' up to me how my beat­ ing All now means tiothin'." What .it meant was Instant elation that was soon tempered into a frustrating and bewildering reality. He got none of the recognition he hoped for in beafc ing the former heavyweight champion, who now has lost only twice. (The other loss, of course, was to Joe Frazier.) Norton's victory did, however, give him hope for the future. It means that he will have to be dealt with by the top contenders, and eventually perhaps by the current heavyweight titleholder, George Foreman. Before the All fight, he was Ignored. He told about it recently at a luncheon In his hon- Play Continues at Bracken ; KEN NORTON, at left in above photo, gave Mohammad Ali a shock, a broken jaw and the second defeat of his pro career in their fight in San Diego in March. Since then Norton has been busy trying to explain that it wasn't a fluke during press conferences like the one at right. nil neichardt Has Contract Problems, Misses Game Tec-ofif Atone is 8 o'dook|Li)bby Shearer, Thursday morning lor the second round of the All-City Junior Golf tournaments. Secowd-wund ptay will be held at Ahe Lake Bracken Country Club course. The opening round wias played alt Bunker Links, and Ibhe ifflrta! round will bo Gfoot alt Soangete'ha Country Club on Friday. Leaders after the first day's action are Bill Klapp, boys 1517; Eric Thiol, boys 13-14; Craig Bishop, boys MM2; Julie Davis, | girls championship flight; Julie girls second Coleman, girls (first flight, andfj. hater" 99 Ail giirte and boys 10-12 qualified after the first round. However, boys 16-17 and 13-14 divisions were limited to the top 18 scores and itaies. 8:00—R. Owen 95, D. Douglas 92, J. Sandoval 92. 8:07—s. WUberdLtig 92, S. Lakls 01, B. Nelson 80. 8:14—B. Vinson 87, S. White 88, .T. Benbow 84. 8:21—T. Chapman 83, K. Palko 82, D. Allensworth 82. 8:28—J. Stansbury 82, D. Frakos 81, J. Espejo 80. 8:35—C, Hlnes 80, D. Stoerzbach 78, B. Klapp 74. Holt 111, J, 'Waters 107. C. Pacey 104. r , i 8:49—S. Benbow 99, K. Davis 90, 8 :S8—D. Yeotnans 98, T. Dudman 98, J. Douglas 90. 0:03—S. Baldwin 90, B. Chaesman 80, D. Benson 89. 9:10—D. Vinson 87, J. Deets 88, M Evans 84, 9:17—T. Bennett 85, M. Morrissey 83, E. Thlel 82. 9:24—R. Butler 61, M. Heaton 60, S. Douglas 69. 9;3L—K. Mendrek 83, S. Owen 81 J. Davis 80, 9:38-^M. Hllller 170. J. Schaeht 148, M. Abrahamson 141, C. Allen 141. 9:45—Bob Espejo 120, D. Wilson 128, T. Morrissey 115, C. Bishop 112. 9:52—T. Mendrek 66, J* Thurman 65, K. Coe 64. 0:59—D. Mueller 62, C, Rosine 62, J, Coleman 62. 10:06—L. Shearer 67, C. Gunther 68, J. Coe 75. 10:13—L. King 78, A. Palko 96, K. Norris 165. '^CHICAGO (UPI) - Utility outfielder Rick Reichardt miss- ed,',,lhe Chicago White Sox' charter, plane to California today, an.fl. unless he shows up for ionight's game at the California? Angels, Manager Chuck might impose some 9 Tanner penalty Reichardt, one of two players on the Sox unsigned for the current season, furnished an indication that he might miss Major League Box Scores Minnesota Chicago ab r h bl ab r h bl T^rell 4 2 2 O.reler 3 0 0 0 Carow 4 13 0 Muser 10 0 0 Darwin 3 0 0 1 Kelly 3 0 1 O QHvin 4 0 0 0D Allen 4 0 10 £j« 4 0 2 0 Melton 4 0 2 0 Braun 4 1 1 0 May 4 0 0 0 Wide 4 0 1 OOrta 4 0 0 0 St. I,ouli ab r h hi Brock 4 0 1 .1 Si?,e'ore 3 0 10 McC'ver 5 0 0 0 Torre 3 10 0 Mit'wald 2 0 0 llHerr'nn 3 0 0 0 HotP 4 0 1 OlSharp Debker 0 0 0 OlLeon Wood 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 inJPptal 33 4 10 2| Total 30 0 4 0 Minnesota 200 010 001—4 Chicago 000 000 000—0 orE—Herrmann, Jeter. DP—Minnesota 1, Chioago 1. LOB—Minne- fcpjifcfi, Chioago 7. 2B—Terrell, Carew, D, Allen, 3B —Lis. SF—Darwin, Mitterwald. in 1 ', lp h r er bb so Decker (W2-2) .. 9 4 0 0 3 15 Wood (L 14.10) - 9 10 4 3 1 4 Chlcaoo New Yotk Keu'ngor 6 12 0 Mays j o l a pqpov" 4 0 0 0 Millan 4 0 1 0 Ulck'an 3 2 10 Mllner f » Santo 3 111 Kranep'l 3 10 0 FafiV.one 4 0 2 1 Garrett 3 0 0 Wil'iams 0 0 0 0|Hodges J 0 0 0 Hundley 4 0 1 1 Fregosl .1 0 1 l James 4 0 0 OKops'an 0 Ulser 0 0 0 OCrOSger 10 Jloolon 2 0 0 oSadeok 0 0 O <> rgt,? IBoswell 0 0 0 0 Sim'ons Cruz Dwyer Tyson Gibson Stein Hrab'kji ReJtJi pena (lit Game) Philadelphia ab r h bl Tovar 3 0 1 1 Ander'n 1111 Doyle 5 2 3 1 Unser 5 2 4 4 Luz'skl 5 0 10 4 110 4 111 4 0 1 lfHutton 3 0 1 OlSch'Jdt 4 11 OIRyan 2 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0| 0 0 0 0 Bowa 3 1 2 4 0 0 0 3 110 Ruth'en 2 0 11 Pagan Lersph Scarce 10 10 Q 1 0 0 0 10 0 Total 361016 9 IHcn'igan 0 0 0 0 Total 34 5 0 4( Total 31) 1 4 1 chienco oo.'i 020 ooo—5 Neuj, York 000 010 000—1 ig-j-Kranepool, Milncr. DP—Chi­ oago. 1, New York 2. LOB—Chicago 9, New York 5. 2B—KessiiiRer, Staub. SB—Carcle- aaUnS—Hoolon. in h r er bb no Hooton (W8-4) II 4 113 5 Ko*man (L8-6) 5 7 5 4 3 4 Sadjcki 3 2 0 0 3 2 HAfl-iigan 1 0 0 0 0 1 ~HBP—by Koosman (Santo). WP— Ho^on. NOTICE Barbers Take Holiday! Members of the Knox • County Professional Barbers Assn. WILL BE CLOSED Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday JULY 2-3-4 Total 34 3 8 3| Score by Innings St, Louis —i 0U 001 0Q0— a Philadelphia . .., . lai 004 20x—1Q DP—St. Louis 2. LOB—St. Louis 10, Philadelphia 9. 2B—Pagan, Anderson. 3B—Doyle, Cruz. HR—Simmons (4), Unser (5). S—Ryan, Scarce. SF—Tovar, Brock. ip h r er bb to Gibson (1.7-7) —- 6 12 -8 8 3 5 Hraboaky . 1 3 2 8 0 0 Pena ... l 1 o o 0 o Ruthven (W 2-5) - fl 5 3 3 3 3 Scarce . .3 3 0 0 2 3 Save—Scarce (8). HBP—by Gibson (Schmidt), Balk—Ruthven. St. Louis ab r h bl Tyson 0 12 0 Cn'pbell 4 0 0 0 Hrab'ky 0 0 0 0 Mcl'dez 5 0 0 0 Torre Sim'ons (2nd Game) Philadelphia ab r h bi Harmon 0 0 0 0 Ander'n 5 l 2 i Rob'son 3 0 0 0 Unser 2 111 4 2 2 ,'iiLuz'ski 5 1 2 0 4 1 .'1 OIBrandon 0 0 0 0 McC'ver 4 0 0 OlSclimidt 3 110 Stein ,'i 0 0 OlPagan 5 0 1 0 Segui 0 0 0 OiBoone 4 0 11 Granger 0 0 0 OiBrett 0 0 0 0 Cruz 3 0 0 OIRyan 10 0 0 Folkers 2 0 0 OIBowa 3 0 10 Brock 111 2lRogo'skl 1 (l 1 (I SizeVe o 0 0 OlSarce 0 0 0 0 Pena ooo ocarlton 2000 ITovar 10 0 0 'Wilson 0 0 0 0 IHutton 2 0 10 'Doyle 10 0 0 Total 36 ^ ^8 "sl Total 44 "4 U 4 Score by innings: St. Louis 200 000 no 01 —5 Philndelphia 000 100 111 00—4 DP—Philadelphia! 1. LOB—St. Louis fl, Philadelphia 9, 2B—Tyson, Bowa, Simmons. HR— Torre 2 (0), Anderson (4), Brock) (4), Unser (6). S—Campbell, size, more. SF—Brock r or bb so fl 1 1 1 10 *v! 0 I 0 0 ?i 2-2 with his first complete game <> 0 11 <» » of the year. The Twins handed t 2 1 1 1 1 0 Sox star Wilbur Wood his fifth \ \ I " straight loss and his seventh save—pena (l). HHP—by Carlton in the last eight games to make i' S T-3:o" s, A^olo2° lkers ' Scarce ' l*»is season record 14-10. FnlknrH GrniiRpr (W 2-2) Iti'.iboskV ''iewunmin '"il'ion Scarce Reunion (L l-2l In h fiiia 7 2 2 1 the plane as well as the game Tuesday night when he left the dugout, dressed and walked out of the locker room before the Sox had finished absorbing a 4-0 defeat from the Minnesota Twins. Earlier Reichardt had asked Tanner to remove him from ithe starting lineup because "he was upset and didn't feel like playing," Tanner said. Relchardt's request came after a 20-mimite meeting which he requested with General Man ager Stu Holcomb to discuss his contract. Earlier Holcomb and Reichardt were unable to settle the situation during spring training. "We rehashed every thirog from A to Z," Holcomb said, "and there's no change in the situation," Holcomb said Reichardt had not lessened his salary demands and the club has not increased its offer. Tanner . indicated that he might take some action if Reichardt does not show up for tonight's game, but Holcomb indicated that he would not be inclined to lake any action for "a few days," "f think ho needs a little nwc itimc to decide what he wants to do," Holcomb said. "If he hasn't showed up or contacted us in three or four days, I'll contact him. That's my job." The Sox were victimized by the best strikeout performance by an American League pitcher •this season. Twins' hurler Joe Decker struck out 15 Sox batters to eclipse the best previous single game performance this season, by California's Nolan Ryan with [14 against the Twins April 18. Decker allowed only four hits in scoring his first shutout and running his season record to Western Open Course Is In Good Playing Condition CHICAGO (UPI) ~ What was to have happened four years ago and failed probably will happen this week when golf's touring pros compete at the Midlothian Country Club in the $175,000 Western Open. Four years ago the tournament was played on the same course, rather short at 6,654 yards, and the field was supposed to dp up the well- manicured links wMoh features numerous traps and tricky rolling greens to protect against par-.busung scores. But in 1969 it rained on three of the four days the tournament was scheduled, with so much water that there was casual water on most of the fairways and at least half the greens. Thus the distance from tee to green was magnified, ap. proaches stopped where they hit, and fast greens were deadly slow. But this week the course was playing short after a long spell of comparative dryness, the greens were lightning fast, and while the rough has been left to grow for more than two weeks, it will not place an oxltremo penalty on wild shots. The fairways were lush, guaranteeing no.problems with accurate tee shots. Most of the field of 147 will get their only look at the layout today in the pro-am tourney preceding the tournament opening. While the course was open for practice Tuesday, "name" players chose instead to mest or practice at some other course or driving range, and only a few of the contestants of lesser fame went out to try Midlothian. Two years ago Bruce Oramp- ton, now the leading money winner on the tour and one of •the favorites this week, was the winner. Casper, the onty player ever to win the Western three times, also was in tihe field, but he ranks 24th on the money winning list this year and is not one of the favorites. Big Week h Recorded At Bunker Links Pioneers, Pacers To Meet Tonight Barry Koeneke will get the nod tonight as the Galesburg Pioneers host Peoria in an important Central Illinois Collegiate League game. It's a 7:30 game at H. T, Cus* ter Park. The Pioneers, currently in second place just one game back of league-leading Macomb, will be going for their ninth win against five losses. Galesburg's game with front running Macomb was rained out last night while Peoria was taking a day off. The Pacers, who led the league earlier, are now in third place, two games back of the Macs. Koeneke, lefthander from the University of Missouri, will take a 2-1 record against the Pacers tonight. Coach Jim Issacson says he's using Koeneke against long-ball- hitting Peoria because he has good breaking stuff. The Pacers also have several left-handed hitters in the lineup. Galesburg won two out of three games in a weekend trip to Charleston-Mattoon and came back just a half game out of first. After a day off Monday and the rainout last night, the Pioneers find themselves a full game back of the league leaders. They will be at Springfield Thursday night and travel to Peoria Friday. Both are single games. The rainout last night could be a factor in the title race since the game will now have to be made up in a doubleheader at Macomb. The Macs do not More than 2,000 rounds-412 on Sunday alone—were played at the Bunker Links golf course last week. Lee Bevard shot a 68 for the top round of the week. Mike Harshbarger and Harry Mus- sutto carded 71 and 74, respectively, while Glenn Thurman and Clyde Hughes both fired 75s. Maurie Beck registered an eagle three on hole No. 10 when he holed out with an 160-yard, 4-iron shot. Carding an eagle two on No. 18 was Larry Hulet. Jim Hawkinson, Mark Petor- son, Stu Hawkinson, Cliff Pearson and Bob Larson all posted a best ball score of 67 in Covenant Men's League.. Also with 67s were Weokend- ers Sparky Carr, S. E. Rogors, Harold Snodgrass and Larry Barrowman. In the Old-Timers League, Jess Pico, George Miller, Hlenle Johnson, Frank Carson and John Char^son fired 69s. Railroaders Bob Baker, Dale Davis, Dale Foster, Clyde Hughes and John Lancy came through with 67s. Shooting 70s in the Senior Citizen League were Guy Trulock, Earl Gibb, Jim Johnson, P. D. Houlihan and John Garouttc. Juan Espejo, Mark Evans and Dan Stoerzbach posted rounds of both (56 and 69 in the Junior League. Steve Cheesman and Doug Frakes had 66s, while Barry Cheesman and Tom Bennett had 69s. Leah Chapman and Dave Butkovich tied at 44 with the team of Betty Weber and Ollie Lindsey in the Mixed Couples League. Donna Howerton and Bob Weber and Sue Ellison and Vince Morrissey tied for the first low net score. The Elks District Championship was won by Harry Mus- sutto with a 74. Glenn Thurman and Clyde Hughes tied at 74 for tho second low gross, while or Jn Manhattan, given by True Magazine, Which i$ publishing his story: "The Man Who Broke Muhammad All's JAW." "Before Ali, they called me a third-rate club fighter," sold Norton. "But I won 30 staaigh" fights, 24 by knockouts. And 1 Was tough getting bouts. The 0mg fighters coming up were Church Loop Box Scores CMifitl Conortgatlontl Optn Blblt *b * *|_ ... "b t h Ja. Sutor Je. Sutor McLaren Larson Shepley- Goad Sutor Dusek Friestad Glano 4 1 1 ,4 3 2 4 .1 3 4 3 2 4 0 3 4 0 2 4 1 2| 4 0 1 4 0 1 3 0 0 Total 37 017| Cent. Cong 430 100 1- Open Bible 000 002 0- Brackett 3 l l W. Mathe's 3 0 1 Tcrpenlntf 3 1 1 Dbot 3 0 0 R, Mathe'a 3 0 Hllller 3 0 1 P. Terpe'f 3 0 0 Henry .10 0 leese 2 0 0 nedden 1 0 0 Shaw 2 0 0 Total 20 2 4 •0 -2 Covenant ab r h Alhborg 4 1 31 Sward 4 1 2| Hilgenberg 3 1 .1 Sandburg 4 2 3 Peterson 4 2 1 Davis 4 0 3 C. Ha'k'son 1 0 Pinkham 3 0 0 Larson 3 0 3] WUkins 3 0 1 Maurizl 2 0 0 Trlnlt ab t : J, Burgl'd 4 1 1 Sturgeon 4 2 3 Hallam 2 0 0 Hendricks 3 10 Saul 4 0 3 G. Burgl'd 3 0 0 Adcock 4 0 1 Hutson 4 0 3 Benfro 4 10 Wll'amson 1 o l Hull 2 0 1 Total 35 71S| Total 33 5 13 Covenant 402 000 1—7 Trinity 101 111 0—5 FIM! Church of God Tint Mtth. ab t hi ab r h T. Cher'ton 4 0 1M. Hung'rd 4 0 1 Barclay 4 3 3|Fitch 4 1 0 Stinson 4 1 llSutor 4 0 0 Rouland 4 2 3 Putman 3 2 3 gal D. Cher'ton 1 0 0 Mathews 2 0 01 Gable 1 0 0 Hillery 2 0 1 Window 3 0 1 Thorkv'm 2-0 0 Roclenhou'r 111 Total 34 "5 li C. Mooney 4 0 1 M. Mooney 4 0 1 Finks 2 0 1 Davis 2 11 Browning 2 0 1 White 2 0 0 Nelson 2 0 0 Hegg 2 1 0 C. Hun'rd 4 2 4 Carley 3 l 1 Total 30~6lT Mrst Church of God . 304 101 0—0 First Methodist 010 212 0—8 East Moline Race Results FIRST RACE: (5 V 2 Furlongs)— Mack Q. (J. Canlglia) 4.80 2.40 2.20 Aunt Bee's Girl (S, Vail) 2.40 2,20 Brownie's Boy 2.20 Time: 1:10.2 SECOND RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Sharp Bert (L. Randall) 9.60 5.40 3.60 Low Bidder (R. Yaungren) 4.60 3.80 Worthy Tip (P. Compton) 4.00 Time: 50:3 Dally Double—8 & 5. Paid $26.80. THIRD RACE: (6 Furlongs)— South Dakota Red (J. Compton) 7.80 4.00 2.80 Window Shopper (R. Sosa) 3.60 2.G0 Little Stringray (G. Birzer) 3.20 Time: 1:18,0 FOURTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Frosty Stay (J. Caniglls) 4.60 3,80 3,40 Slochum (P, Compton) 6.Q0 4.80 Marcia Slipper (J. Compton) 8.80 Time: 50:3 FIFTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Fashion Note (S. Vail) 7.20 3.20 3.00 Smart Emperor (M. Vinci) 5.00 4,00 Prlncton Rose (R. Youngren) 4,60 Time; 40;0 Qulnella—1 & 5. Paid $24.20. SIXTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Angle's Plcnsure (P. Tcdriok) (1.20 3.80 2.40 Time To Love (M. Vinci) 6.40 3.80 Mini Wire (P. Compton) 2,40 Time: 40:1 SEVENTH RACE: (C'/a Furlongs)— Two Robin Hoods (P. Tedrick) 5.4Q 3.00 2.40 Abbey Rose (J. Compton) 3.00 2,60 Ringos Toy (J. Sohmidl) 3,20 Time: 1:24.3 Qulnella—5 & 9. Paid $8.80, EIGHTH RACE: (1 1/16 mile)— Mack Red (Val Clay) 4.00 2.60 2.80 Windrush (J. Gill) 3,40 3,80 Open Trust (G. Birzer) 2.80 Time: 1:84.0 Quinella—3 & 4. Paid $U,2Q. Moose Posts Wins Over Grand Roller Afraid of me because I was an ofc&tedts in ,&eif progress, The guys on the way down didn 't want to fight me becatise if they lost, people would say he Is really nothuV, losing to a Ken Norton " At one point in the fight, Ali came back to his comer and said to trainer Angeto Dundee, "I see why everybody been duckln' this nigger!" "That's what Ali told me when I visited him in the hospital the next day," said Norton. Ali was a bit more gracious in that hospital with Norton than he has been since. All's Jaw was broken, his ankle was sprained, his fist was sore, he didn't adhere to the tenets of his religion; these were many of the excuses he used to give reason for his loss. Rarely has he said, that Norton, he's super bad, as he might have said. At first he told that I broke his jaw in the first round. That was proved impossible," said Norton. "And what kind of excuse is that anyway? I broke his jaw. He didn 't break it by running into ia post. '.'All is too good a fighter, he's meant too much to boxing to make all these excuses." Ali has his many supporters, people who have exulted in every bee sting, every butterfly lcat in his awesome career, Norton seems to have met most of them since the fight in San Diego in March. Norton, 28, is 6-3, weighs 210 pounds. He is an impressive entity. He is an ex-Marine and attended junior college for two yeairs. He is aware and schooled enough to, when signing a personal autograph for a boy, remark that the spelling of his name, "Geff," was unusual. It's a small thing about him but most heavyweights in recent memory, regardless of their lavish talents, would have missed that finer orthographical point. He has become terribly sensitive to people coming up to him .and saying, "Nice fight, Ken, but. ..." "But what?" he asks. "They say to me, 'You wouldn't have won if — if Ali's jaw hadn't been broken, if his ankle hadn't been sprained, if he had prayed right. ..." If he had beaten me, that's it. He wins." Since that fight, Norton has boxed only once. That was in an exhibition in Washington. It drew a hallful of empty chairs. "It rained that night," said Norton. "And the Knicks and Lakers were playing on television. Nobody wanted to come out. i didn't even want to come out." Besides that, he has never even received his guarantee for the appearance. There is now a return bout with Ali scheduled for Sept. 11. Norton believes he is not fighting the ghost of a former great fighter. In between his two losses, Ah' won 10 straight fights and had beatert five men In the top 10, AH says he is gonna whup Norton. And Norton? "Think I'd Dave Kniss did everything as' sign for a return if 1 thought :_!I'fl PP.t. whin-mod?" Hurry Koeneke come back to Galesburg again|Don Ilulick had the first low this half which ends July 8. net of 71 St. Louis Salvages Split In Doubleheader With Phils HEY KIDS! - Tim O'Bryant Racer, Chimp No. 1, winner of the AAA Class Soap Box Derby held Sunday afternoon, June 24 will be on display THURSDAY & FRIDAY, JUNE 28 & 29 AT THE RAY O'BRYANT REALTORS 862 WEST DAYTON PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - The St. Louis Cardinals salvaged a split in a doubleheader Tuesday night with the Philadelphia Fnillies when Ted Simmons doubled and scored the winning run in the 11th inning. The Cards took the second jgame, 5-4. The Phillies I won the opener 10-3 with a >W - hit barrage led by Del ' Unser's four hits, one of them • a three-run homer. sacrificed Simmons to third and Jose Cruz walked to load the baes. Lou Brock then hit the game-winning sacrifice fly to left to score the decisive run. Wayne Granger, who pitched the final 2 1-3 innings, evened his record at 2-2. Unser homer­ ed with two out in the ninth to tie the second game at 4-4. Joe Torre belted two home runs off Steve Carlton to drive a double by Mike Tyson in the first inning of the second game, the ball just clearing the 12-foot barriers at the 330-foot mark. He unloaded again on a 2-and-l pitch by Carlton in the seventh inning for his sixth homer of the season. The drive slammed off the scoreboard in left-center field. Philadelphia was ahead only 5 - 3 in the first game until Unser slammed a pitch by loser in ihe first three runs for St After Simmons' double, losing'Louis in Ihe second game awiiB'jb Gibson over the right pitcher Darrell Brandon walkediBrock homered in the eighth center field fence in the sixth Tim McCarver intentionally. I for the fourth run. ! inning, it scored Denny Doyle Tolal ^6 1 41 Tolul Store fo.v Innings: Pinch hitter Ted Sziemore Torre's first homer followed'and Cesar Tovar ahead'of bihi. l MJo"c " ollcr mm Moose Lodge swept a Connie Meek League doubleheader from Grand Roller Rink at the Galesburg High School diamond Sunday afternoon, taking the opener 9-1 and the nightcap 19-3 Moose Lodge's Kniss was the winning pitcher in the first game and recorded a save in the second. He also blasted a grand slam home run in the second game romp over Grand Roller. Winner in the second game was Jim Westfall. Chuck Sund- bcrg was the loser in the first gr>me, while G. Cisco got the defeat in the second. Kniss, Ferguson, Adams, Smith, Sundberg, Woolsey and Westfall all pounded out two hits for Moose in the nightcap s'ugfest. I'd get whupped?' (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Moo»e Stevens Pepineyer Kniss Ferguson Adams Smith Sundberg Woolsey Hyde WestfaU Total Grand Holler •b r hi ib r h .') 1 ORozynek 3 0 I) 1 1 1 4 :i 2 •1 2 2 4 2 21 Ji. V'n *"t 3 0 1 Riber 3 1 o Sundberg 2 0 0 Pillsbury 2 0 0 ury 3 1 2|Jo V'n rt 2 0 0 4 2 2!F. Cisco 3 1 1 3 3 4 1 4 3 2 34 1U 10 Youn G. Isco 2 0 2 0 1 0 Score by innings: Moose Grand Roller Total 20 3 4 261 46—10 010 11—3 Grand Hollar ab r h Pillsbury 3 0 1 Rozynek 2 0 0 Holcomb 3 0 0 Jo. V'n *"l .'I 1 0 Dickson 3 0 1 Ji. V'n F't 3 0 2 Riber 3 0 0 Lavender Sundberg Stevens Pepmeyer Ferguson LaDuke Hcaley Westfall Kniss 3 0 OSandberg 3 0 0!Hyde lAdums 'Smith Moos « ab r h 3 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 1 2 2 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 Thoroughbred Racing June 16 to Sept 3 Elogant dining from 6:30 PM, for reservations phone 309/792-2026 Exciting Thoroughbred Racing Tuesday thru Saturday Post Time 8PM (rain or shine) South ot I-80 on 2 and 92 For Information Phone 309/792-0202 Mutually Excitiny East Moline Downs EAST DOWNS 21 0 3

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