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Interest is rapidly reaching a climax in Knoxville as the Blue Bullets prepare for a big week" lend of football. fwo ancient rivals — Corpus Christi and Knoxville — will meet on the Wendell Stamps' Athletic Field Friday night, but that's not the half of it. It wilt be homecoming for the Blue Bullets who have scheduled the usual trimmings, plus a few extras. Additional festivities are planned for former Knoxville Coach Wendall Stamps,and wife, Virginia, who are to be honored at tomorrow night's gaW. It will be the first game that Stamps, who now lives in Cannon Beach, Ore., has seep oh the athletic field which was named in his honor. Because' of the pre- game ceremonies the starting time has been set at 8:30. The Friars have an edge in sea* son record to date with a 2-1 Hosts Friars in g; Honor Stamps Prep Schedule Calls for Big Weekend of Football SPftlNGFlELD, 111. (AP)-Joliet and Ottawa, which had long winning streaks marred by ties last week, seek to get back into the victory column in weekend Illinois prep football action. Freeport, Edwardsville and Bloomington must guard against letdowns following impressive victories over conference foes. Joliet's steelemen, whose 21- game winning skein was snapped by a 14-14 tie with Blue Island Eisenhower, take on Thornton in search of their first South Suburban Conference victory of the season. Eisenhower's Cardinals travel to Thornridge in another key conference game. Ottawa, stunned by a 7-7 tie with Dixon, entertains Streator's Bulldogs in a North Central Con- NBA Levies Big Fine On Auerbach EAST ORANGE, N.J. (APi- The new president of the National Basketball Association has made a lasting impression on Red Auerbach—right in the wallet. The fiery coach of the world champion Boston Celtics was socked with a $500 fine by league president Walter Kennedy Wednesday for "conduct contrary to NBA rules." It was the biggest sum ever plastered on the oft-fired coach and stemmed from a dispute with referee Mendy Rudolph during Tuesday night's exhibition game between Boston and the New York Knickerbockers at Oceanside, N.Y. The Celtics won 95-92. Auerbach was assessed the heavy penalty after Rudolph called two technical fouls against him and ordered him to leave the floor. Auerbach refused to leave and was slapped with a third technical. He later pulled his {earn off the court for several minutes. The fuss started, Auerbach said, when a Boston player missed a shot and rookie official Manny Sokolofsky ruled against the Celtics. Auerbach called a timeout and went onto the floor to talk with Rudolph. "No one was mad," Auerbach said, "and there was no cussing. I just asked for an interpretation of the rule and Rudolph refused to give it to me." ference tilt. Ottawa had chalked up 27 straight triumphs prior to its encounter with Dixon. Freeport's Pretzels, their stock soaring for a Big Eight title after a convincing 26-0 triumph over Rockford Auburn, takeXon Belvidere in search of victory No. 2. Auburn travels to Gilford in quest of its first victory in four contests. Auburn, a preseason pick over Freeport, was tied twice <prior to last week's defeat. A daj'khorse entry in the Southwestern Conference, Edwardsville, seeks to prove that it's 51-0 rout of Wood River last week was no fluke as it takes on rugged Collinsville. Granite City meets Alton and Wood River takes on Belleville in other Southwestern Conference action. East St. Louis, favored to take the loop title, steps outside the conference against winless Quincy. Only one league game is on tap in the Big Twelve—Danville at Mattoon. Conference favorite Bloomington tangles with Bloomington Trinity, Springfield meets crosstown rival Lanphier, Urbana plays Centralia and Lincoln takes on Peoria Limestone. Peoria Manual steps outside the Mid-State Eight Conference for a game at East St. Louis Lincoln. In the South Seven Conference, Marion and West Frankfort meet in a crucial struggle for loop honors. Marion is 2-0 and West Frankfort is 1-0 in conference action. * Mount Vernon takes on Harrisburg, which hasn't won a game in its last 28 tries. In the North Egypt Conference, unbeaten Mount Carmel seeks to tighten its hold on first place at Flora's expense. Olney and Lawrenceville, both 1-0 in conference play, meet at Olney in another top game. mark to Knoxville's 1*2 effort. However, the Blue Bullets are 1*0 in Little Six Conference play while the F-iars are 0-1. Aerial Attack Corpus Christi suffered Its Royals Rally- To Beat Hawks QUINCY, 111. (AP) - The Cincinnati Royals overcame a halftime deficit with a third-period scoring spree Wednesday night and beat the St. Louis Hawks 10196 in a National Basketball Association exhibition game. Rookie Jerry Lucas, who has been shying away from shots, attempted 17 times and scored a total of 18 points, trailing Oscar Robertson's 20 and Wayne Emory's 19. Chico Vaughn and Cliff Hagan paced the Hawks with 19 and 17 points, respectively. first loss of the season to strong Aledo, 37-12, last Friday night despite a brilliant passing dls* play by quarterback Pat Prlna who hit U out of 31 attempts for a total of 197 yards. Prior to the Aledo loss the Friars had chalked up victories over the RMA Rough Riders and the Western (Buda) Rams. Prina paced the Corpus Christi attack in the first two games but had his biggest passing night against the Green Dragons. Coach Rich McKillip saw his Blue Bullets lose two straight to rugged opponents before the convincing 25-6 victory over the Abingdon Commandos last week. Knoxville dropped a 14-13 squeaker to Cuba opening night and was beaten by Western (Macomb) 21-12 the following week. Unbeaten Western extended its winning streak to 11 (including the last half of the 1962 season) with a 33-0 win over LaHarpe last week. Defense is Key Ragged defense has keynoted Knoxville's play thus far and was a big factor in last week's league triumph. J tin lor Rod Dennis, halfback, Is setting the pace on offense for the Bullets, leading the team In both yards gained and scoring. Rounding out the knoxville backfield is Dean Albright, quarterback; John Rosine, halfback; and Jim Young, fullback. In the line, McKillip plans to start Chuck Johnson and Tom Walter, ends; Gerald Mathews and Joy Hughes, tackles; Paul Washabaugh and Kaye Currey, guards; and Willard Ray, center. Along with Prina in the backfield, the Friars will have Chuck Miller and Lui Spinillo at the halfback posts and Danny Ridings running out of the fullback slot. Coach Jim Phalen lists his probable starters in the forward wall as Jim Kennedy and Dick Reavy, ends; Mike Hanrahan and Craig Wilke, tackles; Jim Conover and either Tom Fox or Dale Brooks, guards, and Mike Starr, center. Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Thursday, Oct, 3, 1963 1? Owens Fires 62 at Bunker Links to Tie Course Mark Sonny Liston to Talk Over Resumption of Fight Tour DENVER (UPD-Heavyweight champion Sonny Liston headed for Philadelphia today to discuss possible resumption of his European tour after explaining that he broke off the series of personal appearances in England because of fatigue and embarrassment about America's racial conflict. The champion and Denver boxing promoter Milt Willner staged a formal news conference — with all questions submitted in writing —Wednesday to explain why Liston suddenly quit the tour and returned to Denver in a huff Sept. 18. Liston said he would meet in Philadelphia with his "adviser," Jack Nilon, to discuss resuming the trip. While in the East, Liston will tape an appearance on the Ed Sullivan television show in New York Sunday morning. Liston inferred Wednesday that he had had a disagreement with Nilon, but said Nilon still was his adviser. In the news conference, where Willner had a professional stenographer taking a transcript, Liston said he was misunderstood when he was quoted as saying upon his return that he was "ashamed to be back in America" because of the bombing of a Negro church in Birmingham, Ala. "I said I was ashamed of the way America was acting." He said he left England because of "a tremendous headache" and embarrassment of the many questions thrown his way regarding the Birmingham bombing. Daily, Possession Limits for Waterfowl Hunting Listed 4 PIECE Basketball Set COMPLETE BANK BOARD — W Exterior Plywood with 2 coats of point. BASKETBALL — Mod* by Voir, nylon cord wound, GOAL — */§" ireel with 12 snap- on holdtrs. NET — Heavy cotton cord. Between the outside dates of Saturday, Oct. 5, 1963, and Sunday, Jan. 5, 1964, all states in this flyway — Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, and Wisconsin— may select concurrent open seasons on ducks (except canvasback and redhead) and coots of 35 consecutive days or a split season totaling 32 days with basic limits on ducks collectively of four daily and eight in possession, and on coots of eight daily and sixteen in possession. The daily bag limit may not include more of the following species than: (a) 1 hooded merganser; (b) 2 wood ducks; (c) 2 mallard or black ducks, singly or in the aggregate of both kinds. The possession limit may not include more of the following species than: (a) 2 hooded mergansers; (b) 2 wood ducks; (c) 4 mallard or black ducks, singly or in the aggregate of both kinds. In all states in the flyway, a daily bag limit of 5 and a possession limit o* 10 American and red-breasted mergansers, singly or in the aggregate of both kinds, is permitted in addition to the basic limits on ducks collectively. Between the outside dates of Tuesday, Oct. 1, 1963, and Wednesday, Jan. 15, 1964, all states in this flyway may select an open season on geese of 70 consecutive days or a split season totaling 70 days with a daily bag and possession limit of 5 geese. The daily bag and possession limits may not include, in the alternative, more of the following species than: (a) 2 Canada geese or subspecies; (b) 2 white-fronted geese; or (c) 1 Canada goose or subspecies and 1 white-fronted goose. In the Illinois Counties of Alexander, Jackson, Union, and Williamson only, the combined kill of Canada geese will be limited to a total of 20,000 birds. Bowling Scores, Averages ROCKETS MIXED LEAGUE River Rats, 15-1; Ridge Runners, 9-7; Happy Four, 9-7; Rejects, 8-8; Fade Outs, 8-8 Atlas, 6-10; Mil-Mo, 5-11 Ramblers, 4-12. High team series, River Rats, 2144; High team game, Rejects, 774. High ind- series, (M) Al Riggs & Bud Purcell, 527, (W) Norma Brown, 518; High ind. game, (M) Virgil Moore, 209, (W) Norma McMillan, 190. INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE DeLuxe Cafe, 10-2; Team No. 5, 10-2; Plamor Bowl, 6-6; Pastime Club, 6-6; Team No. 6, 4-8; Hendricks Electric, 0-12. High team series, Team No. 5, 2997; high team game, DeLuxe Cafe, 1000. High individual series, R. Dorethy, 604; high individual game, H. Brown, 268. CITY LEAGUE W. A. Jordan Co.. 19-2; Lane's Auto Glass, 12-9; Bud Nelson Insurance, lg-9; Jayce- Aces, 12-9; State Loan, 11-10; Galesburg Bowl, 11-10; Simpson-Powelson Lumber (Knoxville), 9-12; Arcade Barber Shop, 9-12; Hutchcroft Implement. 9-12; Canada Dry, 8-13; Jaycee Jacks, 7-14; Mischler's Gen. Contracting, 7-14. High team series, Jaycee Jacks, 2495; high team game, State Loan, 880. High individual series Rodney R. Kirman, 559; high individual game, Rodney R. Kirman, 224 MEN'S CHURCH LEAGUE East Main No. 2, 16-0; Trinity, 12-4; Central Congregational, 12-4; Coldbrook No. 1, fl-5: Bethel Baptist No. 1, 11-5; Presbyterian, 11-5; First Lutheran No. 3. 10-6; Coldbrook No. 2, 10-6; East Main No. 1, 10-6; First Lutheran No. 1, 9-7; Methodist, 8-7; First Baptist No. 1, 9-7; Emmanuel Methodist, 8-8; First Lutheran No. 2, 8-8; First Christian No, 2, 8-8; Church of God, 8-8; Mission Covenant No. 2, 8-8; Mission Covenant No. 3, 7-9; Henderson Street Baptist, 6-10; First Christian No. 1, S-ll; Knoxville Lutheran, 5-11; United Brethren, 4-12; Advent Christian, 4-12; First Baptist No. 2, 4-12; Mission Covenant No. 1, 2-14; Bethel Baptist, No. 2, 1-15. High team series, East Main No. 2, 2956; high team game, Henderson Street Baptist, 1042. Hiph individual series. D. Sipple, 568; high individual game, R. Simmons, 245. STARLIGHT LEAGUE Blaze Nursery, llVi-4'/4; Klinck's Furniture, 11-5; Prolexall, 11-5; Farmers - Mechanic Bank, 10-6; Coinomat Laundromat 10-6; Northside Drugs, 9-7; Barbecue Rib Shack, 8-8: McDonald's 8-8; Dale Nyman's, 6-10; Fidelity Feder.-l, 5-11; Burlington Tru.k Lines, 3'/a- 12',a; Nyman's Jewelers. 3-13. High team game, Barbecue Rib, Shack, 897; high team series, Blaze Nursery, 2510. High individual game, Phyllis Deef, 198; high individual series, Eileen Hilliposs, 514. METROPOLITAN LEAGUE Tim & Larry's Barber Shop, 4-0; Bowlers Inn, 7-!; Team No. 5. 4-4; Plamor Snack Bar, 4-4; Gale Ward, 1-3; Haskins Electric, 0-8. High team series, Team No. 5, 2845; high team game, Team No. 5, 990. High individual series, R. Swe- borg. 572; high individual game, B. Johnson, 228. ACE LEAGUE Bud Nelson Ins., 16-5: Ellis Jewelers, 14-7; Pckin Farmers Ins., 12-9; First & Puckett 12-9; McGrew & WLcGrew Ins., 11-10; Tony AWARD WINNER tenon of Knox awarded the Amos medal this week standing player In ers 3544 loss to Saturday. Knox is fence Saturday. Joe Mas* College was Alonzo Stagg as the out* the Siwasfi* Orinnell last host to Law* First Game Box Score NEW YORK (AP) - The box score of the first game of the 1963 World Series; LOS ANGELES (N) ABR H BIO A Wills ss 5 0 0 0 2 0 Gilliam 3b 4 0 1 0 1 1 W. Davis cf 3 1 0 0 1 0 T. Davis If 4 0 3 0 0 0 F. Howard rf 4 1 1 0 0 0 Fairly rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 Skowron lb 3 1 2 2 3 0 Tracewski 2b 4 1 1 0 2 2 Roseboro c 4 1 1 3 18 0 Koufax p 4 0 0 0 0 1 Totals 35 5 9 5 27 4 NEW YORK (A) AB R H BI O A Kubek ss 4 110 15 Richardson 2b 3 0 0 0 2 2 Tresh If 3 112 0 0 Mantle cf 3 0 0 0 1 0 Maris rf 4 0 0 0 2 0 E. Howard c 4 0 1 0 11 0 Pepitone lb 4 0 2 0 8 0 Boyer 3b 4 0 10 12 Ford p 1 0 0 0 1 2 aLopez 10 0 0 0 0 Williams p 0 0 0 0 0 0 bLinz 1 0 0 0 0 0 Hamilton p 0 0 0 0 0 0 cBright 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 2 6 2 27 11 a—Struck out for Ford in 5th. b—Struck out for Williams in 8th. c—Struck out for Hamilton in 9th. Score by innings: Los Angeles (N) . 041 000 000—5 New York (A) 000 000 020—2 E—None. LOB—Los Angeles (N) 6, New York (A) 7. 2B—F. Howard. HR—Roseboro, Tresh. SB—T. Davis. S—W. Davis Koufax (W) Ford (L) Williams Hamilton IP H RER 9 6 2 2 5 8 5 5 3 10 0 1 0 0 0 BB—Koufax 3 (Richardson, Tresh, Mantle), Ford 2 (Gilliam, Skowron). SO—Koufax 15 (Kubek 2, Richardson 3, Tresh 2, "Mantle 2, Maris, Pepitone, Lopez, E. Howard, Linz, Bright), Ford 4 (Wills 2, W. Davis, Roseboro), Williams 5 (Gilliam, W; Davis, F. Howard, Skowron, Roseboro), Hamilton 1 (Koufax)U—Paparella (A) plate, Gorman (N) first base, Napp (A)) Second base, Crawford (N) third base, Venzon (N) left field, Rice (A) right field. T—2:09. A-«9.000. GHS-E. Peoria Tickets on Sale General admission (adult and student) tickets for the Galesburg- East Peoria high school football game here Saturday night (Oct. 5) are now on sale at LeGrand's Service Station until 6 o'clock on the day of the game. Those who purchase their tickets in advance are to enter Lombard Field by way of the Southwest gate. Tickets also will be on sale at 7 p.m. at Lombard Field the evening of the game. Lischwe Ins., 10-11; Illinois Power Co., 10-11; Roto Rooter 10-11; DeLuxe Cafe, 9-12; Corral. 9-12; Joe's Place, 7-14; Sam's Place, 6-15. High team series, Pekin Farmers Ins., 3011; high team game, Pekin Farmers Ins., 1062. High individual series, Hugh Corson. 618; high individual game, Hank Nunn, 235. AUTO DEALER'S LEAGUE Crown Motors, 18-6; Midway Tavern, 13-11; Elks Lodge, 12-12; Bob's Alignment, 10-14; Moore Electric, !)-16; Team No 6. 9-16. High team series, Bob's Alignment, 2964; high team game, Elks Lodge and Bob's Alignment, 1015 tie. High individual series, Harrison, 570; high individual game, Morse, 243. NORTHGATE CLASSIC LEAGUE Inman iVJotors, 15-5: Mechanics Homestead & Loan, 15-5; Crown Motors. 12-8; Weaver-Yemm, 11-9; Gale Ward Athletic Goods, 10-10; McCabe Scrappers, 8 12; C & E Super Value, 7-13; Club 34, 2-18. High team series, Inman Motors, 2890; high team game, Inman Motors. 1011. High individual series, Jess Beserra, 618: high individual game, Jack Skinner, 232. READ THE WANT ADS1 33-29 Equals Fox's Record Jim Owens put together a 3329-62 at Bunker Links Wednesday to tie a course record set by Bill Fox in early September of this year. Fox carded identical scores on both front and back nine in conquering the municipal course. Owens, a prominent figure among Galesburg golfers for some time, toured Bunker in 63 strokes this past summer, but saw his mark erased by Fox within 24 hours. Owens completed his most recent effort with an eagle, eight birdies and not a single bogie. The course record, prior to the battering given par this season, was 64 and had withstood 14 years of open and tournament competition. Harry Popham registered that mark, equalled by Curley Johnson and Bob Cree in later years.* Owens' eagle came on the 300 yard, par 4 15th, where he drove the putting surface and got down in one. Fox retained a share of the record when a birdie putt on the 18th green wouldn't fall. Detail Account Of Sandy's Feat NEW YORK (UPI) — Here is the inning-by-inning account of Sandy Koufax' record-breaking 15 strikeout performance against the New York Yankees Wednesday in the opening game of the 1963 World Series. First inning — Kubek (swinging); Richardson (swinging); Tresh (called). Second inning — Mantle (called); Maris (swinging). Third inning—Pepitone (swinging). Fourth inning — Kubek (swinging); Richardson (swinging); Tresh (called). Fifth inning — Mantle (swinging); Lopez (swinging). Sixth inning — None. Seventh inning — Howard (swinging). Eighth inning — Linz (swinging); Richardson (swinging). Ninth inning — Bright (swinging). READ THE WANT ADS! Ptyer Fi™ Record Sere In Tournament Tune-Up PHILADELPHIA (UPI) South Africa's Gary Player shot a record nine-under par 63 in a tourney tune-up to join Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer as early favorites among the field of 151 golfers at today's start of the $125,000 Whitemarsh Open, the world's richest professional golf tourney. Player had one eagle, nine bird- on the 1962 tour with $101,555, new competitive course record on Wednesday at the Whitemarsh Valley Country Club in a pro-amateur tournament. The previ- Florida A&M Sets Pace in FootballPoll NEW YORK (UPI) - The United Press International small college football ratings with first- place votes and won-lost records in parentheses: Team Points 1. Florida A&M (7) (1-0) 192 2. Delaware (2) (1-0) 121 3. Northern 111. (3) (3-0) 114 4. Lenoir Rhyne (2) (2-0) 90 5. Cen. Okla. St. (1) (1-1) 75 6. Montana St. (1) (1-2) 71 7. San Diego St. (2) (1-0) 68 8. Texas A&I (1) (2-0) 66 9. (tie) Wittenberg (1-0-1) 47 9. (tie) E. Car. (1) (2-1) 47 Second 10 — 11, Pittsburg State (Kan.), 37; 12, Omaha, 34; 13, Tennesse Tech (1); 29; 14, South Dakota State, 27; 15, Massachusetts (2); 24; 16, Central Michigan (1), 22; 17 (tie) Middle Tennessee State (1), and East Texas State (1), 21; 19, Humboldt State (1), 20; 20, Butler, 18. Everything But Burlesque NEW YORK (AP) - The New York World's Fair next year is to have over 30 entertainment features. Among them will be an illuminated water show, a circus, wax museum, folk festivals and a full- length musical. Midway and girlie shows, however, have been ruled out. ous record on the 6,807 yard, par 72-course was 66, set in 1949 by Joe Kirkwood, Jr. Prior to Player's 30-33 performance in the pro-am, a "tired" Nicklaus and Palmer had been rated as co-favorites in the quest for the first prize money of $26,000. Many of the pros list' ed 43-year-old U.S. Open champion Julius Boros as the man to beat in this first annual event. Bobby Nichols, Corona, Calif., had a 65 in the pro-am and "old pro" Sammy Snead served notice he was to be contended with by shooting a 66 in Wednesday's event. Mason Rudolph, Lehigh Acres, Fla., and Bo Winninger, Oklahoma, had aces as they both shot a 69. Nicklaus, who arrived back at his Columbus, Ohio home Monday after a three-week tour ending in the Orient, said Wednesday he was still tired after two days of sleep. The stocky sophomore pro added that he has lost six pounds and is now down to the 210 advised by his physician. Palmer, bothered recently by apparent bursitis in his right shoulder, said Wednesday he "felt good" although experiencing an "occasional kink." He added that he was playing and putting "well" and "I want to win this one." Palmer, the top money winner on the 962 tour with $101,555, said Boros was the man to beat "if the weather continues good." The weatherman was cooperating with ideal golfing conditions. Temperatures beneath sunny skies were near 80 Wednesday and much of the same was forecast for today. In addition to the $26,000 first prize, the tourney features a $12,500 award for second place and $7,500 for third. The field will be cut to the low 75 players and ties after 36-holes with the survivors sharing in the remainder of the $125,000. MILD TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 342-0819 Be Sure of Fast Starting with ALLSTATE Batteries BATTERY GUARANTEE If defective and will not hold a charge; (1) FREE REPLACEMENT within 90 days. (2) After 90 days, we will replace battery, charging only for the period of ownership. 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