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8 By JOE MOIitttSSEY (Sports Editor) DURHAM, N.C. — Gatebburg ling better every day has a national champion,. It was a first for the amazing 18-year-old Dave Parker, but It's not likdy to be the last The Galesburg tennis star is because of the way he domi- gotog to UCLA on a full tennis na ted play. scholarship. His credentials were excellent f irr> Delaney, Georgetown Prep in the first place or he would of Maryland, 6-3, 6-2 in the fi- have never gotten such an offer nals of the United States Lawn from a school that is almost as Tennis Association's National dominating in tennis as it is in Interscholas-Uc Tennis Tourna- basketbail. ment.. Yes, his credentials have been good all along, and they're get- Just a few short weeks ago, he all but made a farce of the Illinois High School Association state championship tournament Register -Mail SPORTS Galesburg, III., Saturday, June 30, 1973 Page 13 Yesterday, Parker 'defeated first place trophy, a huge aWard|praise from the critics for his;it as the highlight of his career which is being shipped-home to GHS. Parker is now going to work out with the Davis Cup alter nate team which is made up of mcnt players who figure to have the potential to be Davis Cuppers. The Ga.lesbu.rg star, who had Parker, who was representing Thursday, breezed through in Galesburg High School, was given the coveted Silver Ball, an award symbolizing a National tennis championship. This is in addition to the the title match against Delaney. Parker was seeded No. 1 and Delaney No. 2. Parker's over-all play was serves. :so far. "He had the finest serve I've seen in junior tennis," said one veteran official at the tourna- In winning the national tournament, Parker joins an elite group of tennis stars, including a lough match in the semifinals nationally known Arthur Ashe, a former winner of the interscholastic tournament. Parker, who has had hundreds of tournament wins in his tennis career, was pleased with his strong, but he drew special'play and the outcome. He citedsan Bill Clark. "It was the best I've played as far as serving is concerned," Dave said. Dciancy teamed with h 1 s brother, Chris, to lake the doubles title by defeating Brad Vanwinkle and Ken Walker of Kingswood Academy in Connecticut, 6-4, 6-4. Parker won his semifinals match Thursday with a tough 6-2, 4-6, 6-1, decision over Kan- Dave Parker National Champ Pioneers Win 5-4 In Peoria Game PEORIA — Galesburg was very much in the running for the first half championship in the CICL here Friday nigh\ after turning back the Peoria Pacers 5-4. Coach Jim Isaacson's charges CICL Standings W L Pet. CB Macomb ._. .. .i .io 6 .667 — Charlest'n-Mat'n 7 5 .583 IV, Galesburg 9 7 .660 Vk Peoria 8 B .500 2% Bloomington 4 13 .235 7 Yesterday's Results Charleston-Matloon 5-15, Bloom, lngton 3-4. Galesburg 5, Peoria 4. Today's Games Springfield at Peoria, 7:30 p.m. Macomb at Charleston-Mattoon (2). 6 p.m. (Grimes Field, Mattoon). Only games scheduled. Sunday's Games Peoria at Galesburg, 2 p.m. (Knox College.) . Macomb- at Charleston-Mattoon, 2 p.m. (EIU, Charleston). Bloomington at Springfield, 7:30 p.m. (Lanphler Park). picked up a half game on Macomb which had an-open date, Galesburg Is now 9-7 for season and a game and a half back of the Macs. Charleston-Mattoon has moved into second place percentage-wise with a 7-5 mark. Gunther Is Sixth In Swim Meet PEORIA — Cindy Gunther, representing the Knox County YMCA, took sixth place in. the 100-meter breaststroke at. the Central AAU Swim Championships held here last weekend. The championships were held Saturday and Sunday at Peoria's Willow Knolls Country Club. Richwoods Community Swim Association was host for the meet. Miss Gunther's time in breaststroke was 1:33.25, and she was first in two heats. She competed in a total of seven events. The Pioneers have a break in the schedule today but will play host to Peoria Sunday afternoon in a single game to stint at 2 o'clock at Knox' Blod- getl Field. Bob Walker, North Central College, went the route for the Pioneers and ran his won-lost record to 3-1 for the season. He finished especially strong, blanking the usually hard-hitting Pacers on no hits in the last four innings. There were several batting heroes for the Pioneers, not the least of which was Bob Szcze­ cin ski who singled in the tie- breaking run in the eighth inning- Another big'.bat in the Gales burg attack was swung by-Rick McCarthy, former Galesburg High School and Legion star who is now at Indian Hills College. He had a key triple and drove in three runs. Mike Heimerdinger, Eastern Illinois University,- led both teams in hitting with four for four; including a triple. The Pacers had gone ahead earlier on a run in the filth. Walker who allowed just five hits, walked in the go ahead run at the time. Galesburg ab r h| Weslfall 5 0 HTulk 1 HWilcoxen 1 21 Rim a 1 ZIReid 1 HMorrison 1. 4 ,Lope7. 0 UStouffer 0 llTrles'burg 0 o 0 0 llGibsbn 2 0 0 0 llCoe 3 0 0 iLich'stein 10 0 L ' jjiMyiL i« 1 .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiHiiiii! Left to right are Bill Klapp, 15-17 winner in the All-City Junior Boys Golf Tournament; Tom Bennett, 13-14 champ; Eric Thiel and Mark Evans, who tied for second in the 13-14 Junior Golf Champs group, and Dan Stoerzbach second in the 15-17 division. The junior tourament wound up at Soangetaha Country Club Friday afternoon. (Register-Mail photos by Steve Stout.) Hoscheidt Miller Szczecin'ki Purcell Hei'dinger McCarthy Briskey Bollman Walker Peoria ab r h 4 0.0 2 1 1 5 1 0 5 12 4 0 2 4 0 0 3 10 Total 40 5 15| , Total 33 4 5 Score by Innings: Galesburg . . - 001 020 110—5 Peoria 200 110 000—4 E—Heimerdinger 2, McCarthv 2, Briskey, Reid, Morrison, Stouffer. LOB—Galesbure 14, Peoria 9. RBI Szczeeinski, McCarthy 3, Bollman, Tulk, Morrison, Gibson. 2B—Miller, Heimerdinger. 3B—McCarthy, SB— Hoscheidt, Rima. SF—Tulk. DP— Galesburg 1, Peoria 1. ip h r er bb so Walker (W3-7) - 9 5 4 3 5 5 Coe (L2-1) 7='* 14 5 3 5 6 Lichtenstein 1 0 0 0 1 Box Scores Montreal Hunt Day Fairly Sing'ton .Torg'sen Bailey Bac'b'la Foil McAn'ly Gilbert Stinson Walker Pittsburgh ab r hbll ab r hbl 3 0 0 0 Clines 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0|Dava'lo 4 110 Sang'len 3 2 2 1 Oliver 3 0 2 2 Stargell 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 1 0| 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 OlZisk 3 0 0 OIHebner 3 0 2 0 1 OlRob'son 1 0 0 0 0 OlAlley 10 10 0 0 0 0 Total 31 0 6 0 Stnnett Moose 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 110 2 0 0 0. Total 314 8 4 Montreal 000 000 000—0 Pittsburgh 100 000 30x—4 35—McAnally. DP—Pittsburgh 2, LOB—Montreal 5, Pittsburgh 7. 2B— Stargell. S—Moose. New York Chicago ab r h bil ab t hbl Hahn 5 10 OfMonday 3-100 Millan 4 0 2 OlBeckert 5 0 2 0 Garrett. 4 0 1 0|Carde f al 5' 0 3 1 Staub 4 0 2 HBourq'e 4 0 11 Kranep'l 4 0 0 01 Santo 4 0 0 0 11* 'Mi - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,1 2 1 4 0 1 0 Garrett. 3 111 Hiser 1111 Hundley 4 0 10 Kes'ger 4 0 10 4 0 1 0|Reusch'l 3 0 0 0 Aker 0 0 0 0 Burris 0 0 0 0 LaR'he ,0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Gosger Theod'e Mllner Hodges Marti'ez Seaver 2 0 10 Bosvvell 1111 Capra 0 0 0 0 McG'aw 0 0 0 OlWil'ams 0 Total 37 3 11 3| Total 36 4 10 4 One out when winning run scored. New York 000 001 Oil 0—3 Chicago 100 000 101 1—4 DP—New York 1. Chicago 2. LOB New York 9, Chicago 7. 2B—Staub. HR—BosweU (2), Mll­ ner (10), A. Garrett. (2), Hiser (1). SB—Martinez, Monday, Cardenal. S—Theodore. i a fhe 3-day All-City Junior Girls Golf Tour­ ament was completed at Soangetaha Country Club Friday. Top girl placers were, front row, left to right, Karen Mendrek, second in the championship flight, and Julie Davis Top Girl Golfers first in the championship flight. Back row: Cookie Rosine and Jackie Thurman, first and second, respectively, in the first flight, and Libby Shearer and Cindy Gunther, first and second in the second flight. \! Klapp, Davis Top Winners In All-City Golf Tourneys Bill Klapp won the boys 15-17 division and Julie Daivis took the girls championship flight in the All-City Junior Golf Tournaments which wound up at Soangetaha Country Club Friday afternoon. The first round of the junior tournaments was played at Bunker Links, while the second round was held at Lake Bracken Country Club Legion Splits Two Games In Battle With Chillicothe m The Galesburg American Legion suffered only its second defeat of the season in the first game of a doublehoader with Chillicothe but came back to win the nightcap at H. T. Custer Park Friday night. Chillicothe won the opener 3-1, bu* Galesburg took the second 2-1. The Legion now posts a 15-2 record for the season and has already won the Double I League title with a 7-0 mark. In the first game, Chillicothe used timely hitting to score twice in the second inning and once in the third. Galesburg's single run came in the third as Robbie Johnson doubled with one out and losing pitcher Mike Thompson singled him in. Rob Butler was credited with the victory. Rick Ogbum and Steve Martin both contributed two base hits to the Chillicothe effort Jacobs combined to give up onJy three hits in the Legion's win in the second game. Berry got the victory and Martin the loss. Galesburg brought in one run in both third and fourth innings, while Chillicothe managed only one in the seventh. A double by Mark Thiel drove in Jackson, who reached base on a single, for the third-inning score. In the fourth, Thompson and • Berry were on base via walks, and Johnson singled for the RBI. Coach Fred Stevens said his team looks good going into the Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Invitational Tournament today and Sunday "We're as good a hitting club as there is around and pitching is Kevin Jackson and Jerry Blixt coming along," insists Stevens, both went two for three at the ^Legion was scheduted to , , „„. r, . T, lf „„,i TW ™, meet the. Minnesota champs) in fe^^?;?^ y „^,?S the first game tti* afemam The Iowa and Nebraska champion teams were to play in the second game. Danny Jacobs, who owns a 3-0 record, was the probable .starter in this afternoon's game Union Barber Shops WILL BE OPEN Monday & Tuesday JULY 2 & 3 Barbers Local 289 INTERNATIONAL 1 Chillicothe Kemmer Fisher Meyer Ogbum Martin Sloecker Wargo Butler Roley Galeaburg (lit Game) Bb r hi ab r h 4 1 llJacksun :j (I 0 3 I) ONelsou 3 0 1 .1 (I HThlel It 0 0 3 1 2IBlixl 3 0 1 3 1 2lWilrier 3 0 1 3 0 OlMcKillip 1 0 0 3 o olBakcr 2 0 0 3 0 llYarci 2 0 0 3 0 lljohnson 2 11 IThompson 1 0 1 23 1 5 Wins Division Craig Bishop, left, took first place in the 1Q-12 division of the All-City Junior Boys Golf Tournament. Ted Morrisscy was runner-up in the division. The tournament wound up Friday afternoon at the Soangetaha Country Club. East Moline Race Results ing the championship. Bishop^ ^"f°r" led all three days of the tourney and carded a 332 total to win by 26 strokes. Ted Morrissey was next in line with 358. Julie Davis in the championship flight and Libby Shearer in the second flight bath led all the way. Davis posted a 275 for 45 holes, and Shearer shot 209 for 27 holes. Although tied for first after the first round, Cookie Rosine 09-111- 89—299 J. Flater 99-106-103—308 K. Davis 99-108.102—309 T. Dudman 98-107-108—311 D. Yeomans .... 98-117-102—317 K. Pacey 104-113-105—322 J. Waters 107-104-113—324 Klapp took the elder boys pulled away to capture the first flight with 185 for 27 holes. Boys Total 28 3 8| Total Score by innings: Chillicothe 021 000 0-3 Galesburg 001 000 0—1 lp h r er bb so Butler (W) 7 5 111 Thompson Chillicothe 3 8 3 2 0 7 Galesburg Kemmer Fisher Meyer Ogbuin S. Martin Stnecker Wiii-go . Dell Hullcy B. Mm tin (2nd Gamo) ab r hi 3 0 Olfackson 1 0 01 Nelson 3 0 OIThlcl 3 0 OiVllull 3 o oiwilcler 3 1 HBIixt 1 0 (HThonipsoii 2 10 3 0 aUolinsou 1 0 I) 1 0 OIBorry 2 0 OMai-obs ab r h 3 1 2 3 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 23 1 31 Total 'Total Score by inniiiKs: C'liilllrotlie Hiilcsburg 1U 2 5 FIRST nACE: (4 Furlongs)— All 's ,P(an (G. Podllnski) 25.00 5:80 3.60 Mr. Wire (J. Wash) 2.60 2.40 Kay's TrlUa (G. Birzer) 3.20 Time! 49:4 SECOND RACE: (5i/ 3 Furlongs)— Sir Donovan (D. Williams) 4.40 2.80 2.80 Bud .1 1.1. Wash) 3.20 3.00 Goldei- Puppet I P. Tedrlek) 5.2(1 Tinic:l:()!).3 Daily Double- 0 it 7. Paid $89.40. THIRD HACK: (I Furlongs)— fjuiligoer (S. Vail) 7.40 3.80 3.00 Open Roman (.1. Compton) 3.20 a.HO Good Turf (!.' Hundall) 4.00 Time: 49:2 FOURTH RACE: (1 Furlongs)— Chatta Deli (H. Vinci) 19.40 4.00 2.60 Fast Music (C. ,1. Gilbert) 2.80 2.20 Can Mar (J. Wash) 2.20 Time: 48:0 FIFTH RACE: (5!i Furlongs)— Go On Bomb (G. Birzer) 4.20 2.40 2.60 Eminent Domain (G. Podllnski) 5.80 4.00 Hasty Love (P. Tedrlek) 2,80 Timet 1:03.3 Quinella—1 & 6. Paid $50.60. SIXTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— Silver Man (J. Compton) 3.20 2.60 2.60 Mr. Yum Yum (P. Co'pton) 3.20 3.00 Willie Kish (J. Wash) 3.00 Time: 1:13.2 SEVKNTH HACK: (0 Furkmgs)- Pclite's Cupcake [P. Tedrlek) li.lill 4.20 3 .11(1 Ancle's Chief 1,1. Compton) 8.40 4.8(1 Indian Warrior (S. Vaill 3.00 Time: 1:15.2 Quinella—3 & 1. Paid $12.20. EIGHTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)Sure Date (S. Vail) 5.00 3.00 2.20 Sinfol Prince I.T. Wash) 2.80 2.40 Singing Gyp (C W. Beck) 2.60 NINTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— Jack Royal (J. Wash) 3.60 2.80 2.60 Mr. Hugo (Vail Clay) 11.60 5.80 Dom S. (D. Williams) 3.00 Time: 1:30.2 Quinella—4 & 5. Paid $29.40. class by one stroke over Dan Stoerzbach. Klapp fired a 54- hole total of 234, and Stoerzbach had 235. John Stansbury was third with 239. Klapp led all three days of,"- /1 V i,1 ^ swo,th the tournament, but he was in: r; front by only one stroke and had to hold off Stoerzbach's charge. The 1-stroke advantage he gained in the first round made the difference as both golfers were even in the second: and third rounds, ' Eric Thiel, last year's 10-12 winner was the opening-mund leader in .the 13-14 division, but Tom Bennett came on to win. Rennett grabbed the lead alitor the second 18 holes and finished with a 25G. Mark Evans and Thiol tied for second place with a 54-hole total of 260. Mike Morrissey was close behind with 262. In the 10-12 boys class, Craig Bishop had little trouble tak- 15-17— B. Klapp D. Stoerzbach •T. Stansbury "" PHko Allcm TV-n how I! Fspeio D. Fiakes B. Vinson T. Chapman R. Owen _ S. White ... J. Sandoval S. Lakis . . S. Wilberdlng 13-14— T. Bennett ... M, Evans ... E. Thiel ..... M, Morrissey . D, Vinson ... J. Douglas ... D. Benson ... T. Deets B. Checsinan S. Baldwin J. Holt 10-12— C Bishop T. Morrissey - B. F.-sneio D. Wilson C. Allen M. Abrahamson T. Schacht .. . M. 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