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Over - Zealous Female Fans Are Hazard at Wimbledon , By ROBERT MUSEL WIMBLEDON, England (UPI) — Around Court 4 at the Wimbledon tennis championships, separated only by a waist-high canvas from the playing -surface, scores of school-age girls had taken up stations Thursday. Scores more were patrolling all the possible routes from dressing rooms to the court. They were waiting for Sweden's 17-year-old Bjorn Borg to make his appearance. But in the referee's room a historic decision was being taken. Two Repeat As Leaders In Area Golf Heinie Johnson and Mrs. Pat Lehman continued to top their divisions for .the second week in the WGIL area golf ratings. The ratings are based on stroke-per-round averages for the week of June 18-24 inclusive. Johnson headed the men's 65- and-over division with a 78.5 average. Jim Johnson and Earl Gibb were second and third, re spectively. Again leading the women's 18- and-over group was Pat Lehman with rounds of 89 and 86 for an average 87.5. There were new leaders in the other two classes. Lee Bevard was first in the men's 1864 class with 72.5 strokes per round. Mike Harshbargeir was second and George Burgland third. Rusty Cunniingham headed the field in the junior division by firing a 74 average. Juan iTspejo' followed Cunningham, while the previous week's leader, Mark Evans, was third. Juniors- Rusty Cunningham 73-75—74.0 Juan Espejo . 81-76—78.5 Mark Evans 80-79—70.5 Barry Cheesman —81-80—80.5 Tom Bennett ; 83-87—85.0 Men 18.64— Lee Bevard ...68-77—72.5 Mike Harshbarger 76-71—73.5 George Burgland r ...77-72—74.5 Jim Swanson 75-75—75.0 Clyde Hughes 75-76—75.5 Phil Johnston 77-76—76.5 Glenn Thurman 75-78—76.5 Men 65-over— Heinie Johnson ....78-79—78.5 Jim Johnson —79.84—81.5 Earl Gibb 92-90—91.0 Women 18-over— Mrs. Pat Lehman 89-86—87.5 Matches have been switched from one court to another practically since the famous tournament started 98 years ago. But never for the reason of possible danger to the life and limb of a player. And no one who has seen the tcenyboppers in action here has any doubt Borg ran the risk of affectionate injury from his over- stimulated fans. So to squeals of disappointment, Borg's late evening doubles match Thursday was switched from Court 4 to fully enclosed Court 1 where admis­ sion is by ticket only, except for a few standing room places. Even then officials had to smuggle him onto the court via a catwalk from the dressing room to avoid an ambush of young girls. Earlier in the day Borg, the sixth-seed, made his fans deliriously happy by beating powerful Karl Meiler of Germany in amazingly adult fashion for a teen-ager, 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 2-6, 6-3. They cheered and shouted encouragement even when Meiler made errors and when the German slipped and lost a Gale Ward, Hertenstein, A&W Victors A&W, Gale Ward and Hertenstein were the winners in Babe ... ,,,,,,,, .Ruth League action Thursday vital game in the final set heL^f 6 raised his racket to the crowd, B * A&W topped Coke 12-3 In the opener at H. T. Custer Park, Galesburg Register-Mail, GaJesbu t g, in Juniors Tee Off In Final Round Sixty golfers teed off this •morning at Soangetaha Country Club for the final round in the All-City Junior Golf Tournaments. The opening round of play for both junior boys and girls was at Bunker Links on Monday with the second round shot at Lake Bracken Country Club on Thursday. Bill Klapp held a 1-stroke advantage over Dan Stoerabach in the boys 15-17 group. Both golfers fired 69s Thursday, but Klaipp had a 74 to Stoerzbach's 75 in the first round. In the boys 13-14 division, Tom Bennett had taken over the lead. Eric Thiel, last year's 10-12 winner, was first after the opening round but fell be hind on Thursday. Mark Evans was in second place behind Bennett. With a 24-stroke edge in the boys 10-12 group was Craig Benbow, who also led after the opening round. Ted Morrissey sis closest to Benbow. In girls play, Julie Davis and Libfoy Shearer were still dn front in the championship and seicond flights, respectively. Both girls were first-round leaders. Cookie Rosihe, tied for the lead in the first flight after the first round, had sole possession of first. Jackie Thurman was two strokes behind. Boys 15-17— Bill Klapp 74-79—153 Dan Stoerzbach 75-79—154 John Stansbury 82.77—159 Doug Allensworth 82-79—161 Chris Palko 82-81—163 Jim Benbow 84-81—165 Chuck Hines 80-88—168 Juan Espejo ; 80-90—170 Sandy Marge Susan Renee Major League Box Scores St. Louie Brock Slze'ore Torre Sim'ons McC'ver Cruz Dwyer Tyson Wise Hra'sky Carbo Pena ab r 4 0 hbl 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 1 0 0 0 Pittsburgh ab r hbi Clinos 5 2 2 0 Sang'Ien 4 12 0 Oliver 5 0 4 3 Stargell 2 112 Dava'Io 10 0 0 Hebner 4 0 0 0 Rob'son 4 0 0 0 Stennett 4 13 0 Alley 2 110 Ellis 4 0 10 Montreal Total 32 0 5 0| Total 35 614 5 Score by innings: St. Louis 000 000 000—0 Pittsburgh 201 012 OOx—6 E—Stennett, Wise. DP—St. Louis 2. Pittsburgh 1. LOB—St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 10. 2B—Oliver 2, Stennett. 3B—Oliver, HR—Stargell (23). SB—Sanguillen. S—Sanguillen, Alley. ip h T er bb so Wise (L9-4) 5% 12 6 6 2 4 Hrabosky Hi 1 0 0 1 2 Pena . 1 1 0 0 0 0 Ellis (W7-7) 9 5 0 0 0 5 T—2:14, A—34,471. Chicago Jeter Sharp Kelly D Allen Muser Melton May H Allen Alvar'do Herr'nn Leon Stone Forster ab r 4 0 0 0 4 3 1 4 4 4 3 0 (I 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 California ab r h bi Alomar 2 0 10 Oliver 10 0 0 Dava'on 0 u o 0 Pinson 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 hbl 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 o olnob 'son 0) Epstein 0 0 OlScho'um 3 0 0 0 Berry 4 0 0 0 1 2 Gal'gher 4 0 2 0 0 OMeoli 3 0 10 0 OC-rab'itz 10 0 0 0 OTorborg 2 0 0 0 0 OMcCr'w 0 0 0 0 Kusnyer 0 0 0 o Llenas 1 0 o o IWright 0 0 0 0 Total 33 2 7 2| Total 33 0 6 0 Score by innings: Chicago 020 000 000—2 California. - 000 000 000—0 E—Meoli 2, Melton. DP—Chicago 1. California 1. LOB—Chicago 4. California 0. 2B—Alvarado. SB—Alomar. Ip h r er bb to Stone (W3-3) ..... 6'!) 5 0 0 3 5 Forster . 2Ha 1 0 0 0 3 Wright (LB-10) . 0 7 2 0 0 3 Save—Forster (12). T—2:20. A—14,175. READ THE WANT ADS! Hunt Day Woods Fairly Sing'ton Jorg'sen Bailey Foil Hu'ph'y Renko (Regular Game) ab r h bi] Chicago 0 1 0 0 0| 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 Monday Beckert Wil'ams Hiser Bourq'e Santo Carde'al ab r h bi 4 2 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 _ . 0 0 0 OIHundley 3 0 11 0 1 OlKes'ger 2 0 0 0 0 0 0|Pappas 2 0 0 0 Garrett 1110 LaR'che 0 0 0 0 Total 33 2 9 2f Total 29 4 6 4 Score by Innings: Montreal —.010 001 000—2 Chicago 001 100 20x—4 DP—Montreal 1, Chicago 2. LOB— Montreal 4, Chicago 5. 2B—Cardenai, Hundley. HR—Bailey (13), Day (3), Monday 2 (18). Ip h r er bb so Renko (L6-51 8 6 4 4 4 3 Pappas (W5-5) ... 7 » 2 2 0 1 LaRoche 2 0 0 0 0 0 Save—LaRoche (3). T—2:12. A—17,617. Los Angeles ab r Lopes 5 1 Buckner 5 Davis Key Cia'f'rd Gnrvey Russell Joshua Paci'rek Can'zaro Yaeger John Brewer Mota Hough 1 5 2 5 0 4 1 1 1 5 1 2 0 2 1 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 hbl 3 1 2 1 3 0 0 1 I 0 3 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 Baker Garr Evans Aaron .lohns'n I,urn Casa'ova Perez Reed Hoerner Goggins Free'an Panther Teped'o Atlanta ab r h bi 4 110 3 110 3 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 4 4 0 2 4 0 10 4 0 0 1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Total 42 8 17 8| Total 33 3 8 3 Score by innings: Los Angeles 202 000 013—8 Atlanta ..000 003 000—3 E—Johnson. DP—Los Angeles 2, Atlanta 2. LOB—Los Angeles 11, Atlanta 6. 20—Davis, Crawford, John. 3B— Lopes, Lum. SB—Lopes. SF—Lopes John (W 8-3) Brewer . Hough Reed (L4.10) Hoerner Freeman Panther ip h r er bb so 5 6 3 3 1 10 0 0 2 10 0 0 2'.ii fi 4 4 (I *i, 0 II 0 1 5'!, 6 3 2 1 =ii 3 1 0 2 4 2 0 3 1 0 0 Doug Frakes .81-90—171 Bill Vincent 87-87—174 Scott While 86-93—179 Tim Chapman 83-79—182 Joe Sandoval 92.90—182 Robbie Owen 95-88—183 Steve Lakis 91-95—186 Scott Wilberding ....92-96—188 13-14— Tom , Bennett 85-80—165 Mark Evans 84-86—170 Mike Morrissey 83-90—173 Dick Vincent ....87-88—175 Eric Thiel 82-93—175 Jeff Douglas „ 90.90—180 Dave Benson 89-94—183 Barry Cheesman 89-96—185 Jeff Deets 86-99—185 Scott Baldwin 90-104—194 Tom Dudman 98-107—205 Jim Flater ...99-106—205 Terry Davis 99-108—207 Steve Benbow 99-111—2)0 John Waters 107-104—211 Denny Yeoman 98.117—215 Kris Pacey 104-113—217 Jim Holt ... 111-120—231 10-12— Craig Bishop 112-102—214 Ted Morrissey 115-123—238 Bob Espejo ..129-127—256 Dean Wilson 128-144—272 Jeff Schacht 146-131—277 Craig Allen 141-142—283 Matt Abrahamson 141.157—298 Mike Hillier .. .....170-202—372 Girls Championship Flight- Julie Davis 50-103—153 Karen Mendrek 53-109—162 Owen 51-117—168 Heaton 60-114—174 Douglas 59-129—188 Butler 61-148—209 First Flight— Cookie Rosine 62- 58—120 Jackie Thurman' -.65- 57—122 Julie Coleman : 62. 67—129 Kerry Coe .64- 65—129 Delores Mueller 62- 68—130 Tracey Mendrek 66- 67—133 Second • Flight— Libby Shearer 67- 67—134 Cindy Gunther 68- 72—140 Linda King 78- 73—151 Jackie Coe — 75- 77—152 Amy Palko 96- 82—178 Kim Norris -—165-153—318 Legion Hosts Chillicothe In Doubleheader Boasting a 14-1 over-all record, the Galesburg American Legion hosts Chillicothe in a doubleheader this evening. Action is scheduled to begin at 6 o'clock tonight at H. T Custer Park. It will be the first home action in a week for the Legionnaires. The Legion is returning from winning five of five on the road. With four wins at Obtumwa last weekend Galesburg wrapped up the Double I League crown The Legionnaires post an un defeated 7-0 mark in league play. For the season the Legion has suffered -only one loss against 14 victories. The single defeat was a 2-0 effort by Ma comb. East Moline Race Results FIRST RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Easement (R. Youngren) 55.80 B.80 3.80 Simpomatic (R. Sosa) 2.80 2.40 Easter Comet (S. Vail) 2.60 Time: 1:10,2 SECOND RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Fighter Pilot (R, Youngren) Alva A (S, Vail) Sit Tyte (R. Sosa) In a gesture more familiar Italy. It was his rebuke for what he obviously thought very uasport- ing conduct by the crowd. "I'm glad I played in center court," Borg said later. "I can't hear what they're saying because they're far away from me. But on the outside courts they say 'Oh, Borg you're so sweet,' and things like that." "What things?" Borg shook his blond head and blushed. Sox, Cards Record Wins In LL Play Rick Nelson pitched the Red Sox to a 12-0 shutout of the Indians and Jeff Turney homered to help the Cards to a 10-4 win over the Braves in little League action at 0. N. Custer Park Thursday night. Nelson allowed only three hits in blanking the Indians in the first game. Mike Unger was the loser. Ski Mendez led the Sox offense with three base hits in fiive tiimes at bat. Don Simmons and Nelson both contributed two hits. Turney paced the Cards in the nightcap with two hits in as many times at bat. while Gale Ward defeated the Police !)-4 in the nightcap. Her tenstein Loan romped to a 17-9 victory over HinchUtt-Pearson- West at the Galesburg High School diamond. Jay Stone pitched A&W to the win as he gave up two hits Losing hurler was Kevin Chase Bill Camiper of A&W yas the only player for either team to get more than one base hit. Camiper went two for three at the plate. In the second game, Ray Ri ley picked up the win, and Don Horkstroim got the defeat. No batter managed more than one trip to base off either pitcher. Hertenstein totaled 17 hits in the game at the high school diamond. Andy Hendricks rapped out four hits, including home run, in as many trips to the plate to lead the winners, while Dave Hillemeier went three for three. Scott Baldwin also had three hits, and winning pitcher Mark Mendez and Scott Wiliberding added two apiece Jeff Blueker recorded a save to help Mendez get the win Bryan DeJaynes took the loss, Club 19 and Eagles tangle tonight in the only Babe Ruth game scheduled. Police Gale Ward ab r h| ab r Welly 1 0 0~ """" Lopez 10 0 John Pitched to 3 batters in the lith. HBP—by Hoerner (Joshua), by John (Garr). by Hough (Aaron). T— 2:32. A—11,500. U A I I # C/ELECTRIC' n /^LiL. d SERVICE 220 VOLT - 100 AMP SERVICES — INSTALLED BASEMENTS REWIRED — CIRCUITS ADDED Up-Dato Your Old Wiring. Get A Hold of the Experts U_ll FREE ESTIMATES VOII riOII No Job Too Small 342-2786 12.20 4.60 2.60 6.80 2.80 2.40 Time: 40:0 Double—6 & 5. Paid $234.80. THIRD RACE: (5\i Furlongs)— Perfect Display (J. Caniglia) 15.60 6.40 3.20 Domination's Best (J. Compton) 14.00 5.20 Miss Dee Gar (C. Gilbert) 3.20 Time: 1:00.2 FOURTH RACK: (5'^ Furlongs)— Full Sedan (S. Vail) 5.80 2.20 2.20 Prince Tiger (J. Caniglia) 2.20 2.20 Raps (P. Compton) 2.20 Time: 1:08.3 FIFTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— j Teds Glow I (C. Gilbert) 6 20 3.2(1 3 00 Nekoma (D. Williams) 7.00 S.fio! Ftnsiak (J. Compton) 4.60 Time:l :15.0 5. Paid $18.80. (5>ss Furlongs)— Winning pitcher was Kevin Thierry, and Casey Piggee was '§E£ the loser. The Dodgers battle the Pirates and the Tigers take on the Athletics in tonights Little League games. Cecil 3 0 0 Gutierrez 1 2 Oi Pacheco 3 0 1 Ma. Rob'on 3 0 0 Mi. Rob'on 2 10 Zefo 0 0 0 McDonna 0 10 3 0 1 Horkstrom 2 0 0 ab r h| 1 0 0(Ra. Riley McGee Ru h 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 2 1 2 1 Riley Doss Dwyer Hagge McKillip Artz Tourlentes 0 6 6 Diehl o 1 Linn 10 0 Downard 1 l Ditto 0 0 1 2 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 Cardinals Jackson Glasnovich 4 0 0 Thierry 4 2 1 Turney 2 3 U J. Mitchell 3 2 1 Field 3 1 0! Berry 2 1 01 Mims 1 0 Ol Campbell 0 0 0 Isaacson 10 0 Davidson 10 0 Pyatt 1 0 0, C. Mitchell 10 0] McGuire 111 ab r h| 2 0 IConners Sprague' Pggie McKillip Colwell Felz Cervantez Alexander Perez Pacheco Sparling Brown Total 19 4 2| , Score by innings Police . 'Gale Ward Braves ab r h A & W Total 14 9 4 . 001 03—4 - 801 Ox—0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 ab r h B. Camper 3 3 2] Stevens 2 T. Stanley 1 OjWeedman 3 1 J. Stone 3 o!S. Stanley 2 Total 22 4 2 Total 26 10 6 Score by innings: Cardinals 203 050—10 Braves , 004 000—4 Indians ab r h| Lawson 2 0 o Anderson 2 0 0 B. Has'cher 2 0 1 Unger 3 0 0! LI. Powell 2 0 0 Cun'gham 10 1 Snyder 2 0 1 Cecil 2 0 0 J. Has'cher 2 0 0 McPherrin 1 0 Oj Welch 10 0 Lu. Powell 10 0 Friend 10 0 Mendez Simmons Nelson Frank Roehlke B. Huff'n McDon'gh Alexander Zauhar S. Huff'n Robertson Keithly Herrin Wright Total Wilder 1 Smith 2 McDorman.1 J. Suddeth 0 T. Camper 2 Fields 1 B. Stone 0 K. Suddeth 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 01 1 o| 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 01 0 0 Coke ab r h Deets 3 1 J. Finley 0 0 o Thiel 10 0 Parmenter 10 0 Chase Noel Krisher Moore C. Finley Lakis Benge Bennett Ruiz 0 OlMay Shaver 'Roberts 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Total 22 12 4| Total Score by innings: A&W J -110 Coke ...010 Red Sox ab r h 5 2 3 5 2 2 |H-P-W 3 2 2 3 1 1 Smith 3 0 1. Young 3 1 1 Hannam 3 1 0 Libby 2. 1 ljPatterson 1 1 OiDeJaynes 17 3 2 64—12 02— 3 Total 22 0 3| Score by innings: Red Sox 130 Indians 000 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 11 0 31 12 11 530000- Nemeth Jayner Reed Cisco Total Hertenstein ab r hi ab r h 3 1 llL. LaF'ette 3 2 1 0 2 OIBaldwin 4 3 3 1 OlMendez 4 2 3 2 UHendricks 4 3 2 1 OlWilberding 4 3 4 1 llSmith 4 0 3 0 HHillem'er 3 2 3 1 OlSteward 2 1 2 0 0 C. LaF'ette 1 0 1 0 OlWallace 2 1 I Blocker 0 0 25 9 41 Total 31 17 17 Score by innings: FI-P-W 102 402— fl Hertenstein -1200 14x—17 charges who are in a tie for second place with Peoria behind front-running Macomb. The Pioneers are at Peoria tonight and will have an off day Three Given Prizes For Grand Entries Prizes were awarded to the Grand Entries of Mike Adcox of Galesburg, Pat Kunkle of Wataga and Lee Turnbull of Berwick in the Galesburg Boots and Saddle Olub show at the club grounds in Knoxville Sunday. Danny Griffith was first in five classes—flag, plug, barrel, speed & action and sack races. The next club show will be July 7 at 7:30 p.m. Shows are also scheduled for July 15 and 21, while a junior show is slated for July 22. Pony Pleasure — TwUa Baxter, Eddie Craig, David Briick. Halter Class (horses only) — Ken. Everett, Pat Kunkle, Floyd Becker, i Russell Ryden, Keith Everett. Bareback Trot — Diane King, Sherrill Briick, Sandy Joneson, Mike French, Women's Western Pleasure — Mona Swanson, Sandy Joneson, Marilyn Fouts, Angle Rummel, Connie Haynes. Flag Race — Danny Griffith, Ken.„ , ... >neth Adcox, Bob Wadham, Lenny Eight teams will be taking For the National League, Don May, Diana King. narl lin ;thp dnuhlp pjlimanation' ™ • • , . , I Plug Race — Danny Griffith. Rod- pan, OR me aouoiC umiUldUO»l .£j ame ]g mana g er ant J Jack ney Fouts, Lee Turnbull, Danny TJ„W„ T3 .au t.,*„~ n o mn .vt ,»ivis.hi 'Griffith, Bob Wadham. Handy Horse — Lenny May, Cindy Cummings, Mike Dunbar, Sherrill Briick, Floyd Becker. Jr. Western Pleasure — Tammy Griffith, Nancy Everett, Mtke French, Lisa Craig, Patty Howard. Rarrel Race — Danny Griffith, Bob Wadham, Denver Adcox, Mike Adcox, Lenny May. Men's Western Pleasure — Ernie DoreUiy, Art Utzinger, Floyd Becker, Russell Ryden. Speed & Action — Danny Griffith, Bob Wadham, Denver Adcox, I Kenny Adcox, Lenny May. I Sack Race — Danny Griffith,; Kenny Adcox, Bob Wadham, Den -j ver Adcox. I All-Stars to Play In Milan Tourney , Two Galesburg Babe RufchiNemeth, Jim Smith, Mark Han- League All-Star teams will be nam and Mike Glasnovich make pantacipating in the District'up the American League All- Tournament at Milan next week. Stars. Friday, June 1% Parker to Compete For National Title DURHAM, N. C.-Davc Parker will play for the U. S. Lawn Tennis Association National Iri- terscholasttc Championship here this afternoon. Parker, Illinois' current state tennis champion, who graduated this spring from Galesburg High School, will meet Tim Delaney of Georgetown Prep in the 'finals today. Parker, who completely dominated the Illinois state net boumaimenit a few weeks ago, was the No. I. seed in the national meet at Durham, which attracts many of the top players around the world. Delaney was seeded No. 2 in the tournament. Parker has won six matches en/route to .the finals, including a convincing victory over Bill Tomkifts, outstanding player Dave Parker from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Bill Olark, the Kansas state champion, and national champions from foreign eounitries. , Parker, son of Barney Parker, Galesburg superintendent Of sdiinnlis, defeated Olark in the semiifinaila Thursday. The tournament is being held on the Duke University courts. Young Parker, 18, who plans on turning pro eventually, is enrolling this fall at UCLA where he is getting a full flnnis scholarship. The Bruins, known for their dominance on the college basketball front, are also a> big power on the collegiate telnnis scene. ' ** Parker had hundreds of schools after him, including a number of major universities. Pioneers Suffer 10 -2 Loss In League Tilt With Caps SPiRilNGFIELD— Galesburg's bid for the first hall championship in the OICL received a jolt here Thursday night as the Springfield Gaps scored a 10-2 victory over the Pioneers. It was the second straight loss for Coach Jim Isaacson's CICL Standings W L Pet. GB Macomb 10 5 .667 — Galesburg 8 7 .533 2 Peoria 8 7 2 Springfield . 7 7 .500 2'/ a Charlest'n-Mat'n 5 5 5.00 2i/ 2 Bloomlngton - 4 11 .267 6 Yesterday's Results Springfield 10, Galesburg 2. Charleston-Mattoon 3, Peoria 2. Macomb 1-7, Bloomlngton 0-12. Today's Games Bloomington at Charleston-Mattoon (2), 6 p.m. at Baker Field, Charleston. Galesburg at Peoria, 7:30 p.m. Saturday's Games Springfield at Peoria, 7:30 p.m. Macomb at Charleston-Mattoon (2), 6 p.m. at Grimes Field, Mattoon. Saturday. On Sunday they are host to the Pacers at 2 p.m. on the Knox College diamond. Galesburg took the lead in the first inning without the benefit of a base hit. Gary Purcell, former Galesburg High School and American Legion star, walked, stole second, took third on a wild pitch and stole home. The lead held up- until the bottom of the founbh when Springfield went ahead with a pair of runs. The Caps added single runs in the IMth and sixth before erupting for six runs in the eighth. Galesburig's 'final run came in the eighth. John- Hoscheidt reached first on a fielder's choice, advanced to second on a single by Bob Szczecinski and to third on a throwing error by the shortstop before coming home as Mike Bollman grounded out. Szczecinski, University of 'Arizona, and Rick McCarthy, former Streak and Legion star now at Indian 'Hills College,' 'each had a pair of hits in four" Official trips. Paul Kreke, Quincy College, Started on the hill lor Galesburg and was charged with-the, loss. It was the first time this season he has been the pitcher of record. Galesburg ab i h Westfall 4 0 1 Hoscheidt 4 1 0 Szcz'inski 4 0 2 Bollman 4 0 0 Miller 4 0 0 Purcell 3 1 1 Hei'dinger 3 0 1 McCarthy 4 0 2 Kreke 1 0 0 Steen 1 0 0 Duszak 0 0 0 Mackie 0 0 0 Total 32 2 7 Springfield ab r h Verban "'5 1 Selgo Bennett Kurpiel Werth Marshall McAlister Lee Ewell ,2 3 1 5 1 . 3 1 'A- 2 • •-.Siv2 3 0 - 4' 1 0 Total 36 10 14 Score by innings: Galesburg ... Springfield ._. Kreke (L0-1) Duszak Mackie Ewell (W2-1) 010 000 Old— 2 000 211 06x—10 ip h r er bb so " 4 4-4 3 „6 7 ... 1',;. 3 — % 4 ... 9 6 0 3 1 2 2 11 LIQUOR SPECIALS PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 4th Windsor Canadian Seagram 7 Crown e< " 9o98 CUTTY SARK or J&B SCOTCH FIFTH 5.99 House of Stuart or Canadian Mist 5th 3 99 WHITE TAVERN VODKA 5th 2.99 KESSLER or BARCLAYS 5th 3.49 7 CROWN 4.29 FIFTH Babe Ruth tournament, which gets under way Monday. The tourney winner advances to the area tournament and if successful there goes on to state competition. AU-Star teams from both the Babe Ruth National and American leagues will represent Galesburg. Each team consists of 15 players plus manager and coaches. Members of the National League team are Don McKillip, Dean McKillip, Dave Aldrich, Steve Cheesman, Greg Johnson, Mark Evans, Kevin Lewis, Barry Cheesman, Andy Hendricks, Lester LaFollette, Mark Mendez, Jeff Blueker, Larry Gutierrez, Eric Thiel and Kevin Kii slier. Jay Vargas, Greg Bacon, Eric Doss, Ray Riley, Wayne Weed-, man, Jay Stone, Bill Camper, Dave McKie, Scott Kimble, Jeff Libby, Bryan DeJaynes, Bob Cheesman and Ray Hendricks the coaches. Roger Hannam is manager and Phil Erickson coach for the American League. The National League team plays Monday night, facing the Moline All-Stars at 8 o'clock. The American League All-Stars don't see action until 8 p.m. Tuesday when they meet host Milan. Cooks CHAMPAGNE Large Bottle 2.49 HEUBLEIN Ready To Serve 17 FLAVORS 38 5th SPECIAL ! 3 ! H. W. DELUXE 5h $ 4.74 FOUR ROSES Blended Whiskey 5th 3.98 * CANADIAN CLUB or V.O. 5th 5.99 Andre COLD DUCK Large Bott. 1.69 WINES Christian Bros Taylors -- Almanden Gallo -- Meiers Swiss Colony Roma Imported German « French Spain - Portugal Quinella—2 & SIXTH HACK: Ruler of Kings <R. Sosa) 7.20 4.20 3.00 Faultless Peter (J. Gill) 7.00 3.60 Texus Maverick (C Beck) 3 60 Time: 1:00.0 SEVENTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— Hockmont (J. Wash) 3.20 3.80 2.60 Miss Continental (J. Schmidt) 3.40 2.40 Chief Sukawu (I. Rundall) 4.00 Time: 1.31.3 Quinella—3 & 5. Paid $0.60. EIGHTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— Whisper When <3. Cunijilia) 10.20 3.40 2.80 Chncolets Love (.). Comptoni Prince Leadfoot (.1 QuineJla—3 2 80 2 10 Wash) 3 80 Time: 1:32.1 & 6. Paid $5.20. FOR LOW LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE Contact: Tony Lischwe MILLERS MUTUAL INS 411 BANK Of GALtifiBUKG BI.DC 343-1166 or 343-6986 Complete Body and Paint Work Done By SPECIALISTS Any Make of Domestic or Volkswagen GALESBURG VOLKSWAG1N, Inc. 2181 Grand Ave., Galesburg 343-5191 OLD STYLE 12-12-Oz. Cans $2.09 GINGER BOER 6 NR l 42 Meisterbrau "f 12-12-Oz. Canst' 1 $2.19 HAMMS • MILLER 12 oz. til 29 Cans *4 ! AUTHORl «0 OUUft CHAMPAGNE VELVET MALT 12-0*. NR 99* ANDECKER MICHELOB 120*. Cans Lite Beer 6 120i. $159 NR I PABST or FALSTAFF 24 12-Oi. Cans $«399 LOUIE'S LIQUORS 41 S. Seminary Phone 342-4515 OPIN SUNDAY 1 to 8

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