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Tuesday, July 15 MACOMB - Home-grown talent came *rou£i in a big way for (teteatoafg here Monday C1CL Standings Wl Pel. 01 Ch*rl««t'n -M»fft 10 5 Ml — 8f>Hiiffleld 10 7 .588 .1 GAlttbUrg ......10 8 .556 VA Macomb 10 9 .528 2 PttitUt 9 9 .500 2% Bloomlnjrton .... 4 15 .211 8 Nradty't fltralli Springfield 9, Bloomtngton 8, 10 Innings. foday't QiiRM Macomb at Peoria (2), 6 p.m. Galesburg at Bloomirtgton, 5:30 J».m. Chatleston-Mattoon at Springfield (2). Wadneidar'a OamM Peoria at Oalesburg (Knox College), 2 p.m. Bloomington at Charleston-Mattoon (2) (Grimes Field, Mattoon) 11 a.m. night as the Pioneers kept their title chances gjive in the CICL. Bill WestlaiU went three for lour and Rack McCarthy four for four, including a double, as Coach Jim Isaacson's charges scared a 10-4 victory over the Macomb Macs. Hie Pioneers are now 10-8 lor the season and hold down third place, a game and a half behind first, place Charleston- Maftoon. Springfield is in sec* ond with a 10-7 record. Oalesburg is at Bloomdngton for a 5:30 twilight game this alter noon and wiU host the Peoria Pacers Wednesday in a 2 p.m. game at Knox Blodgett Field. Tom Steeti, University of towa, will be on the mound tonight at Bloomington and Bob Walker, North Central College, will start against Peoria in the home game tomorrow. • McCarthy and Westfall, both former Oaleshurg High School and American Legion sum, were the big guns in a Gatesburg attack that produced 16 hits. Barry Koeneke, University of Missouri, went the route and for the victory and struck out five. He was tabbed for 11 hits but had only one bad inning, the fifth, when he was reached for three runs. Gale-burg was blanked for the first four innings but exploded for six runs in the fifth inning. This proved more than enough to win but the Pioneers scored two each in the seventh and eighth. Oalatbufg ttaeomb Westfall Hoscheidt Saez'clnski Ness' Miller Purcell Hei'dinger Bradley McCarthy Briskey Koeneke ibf h 4 1 3 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 1 1 ah r h Babcock 3 0 1 Newman 5 0 0 Wheat 4 1 2 PeHenuzzo 4 1 Piskorskl 4 2 Stumpf 4 0 Siron 4 0 Grybash 4 0 Volks ~ 1 0 Dunning 2 0 Newcomer 1 0 Total 38 "4 11 Frazier Decisions Bugner, Championship Form 11 •i) By ALEX FRERE LONDON (UPI) - Joe Frazier is back in business. The former world heavyweight champion from Philadelphia scored a hard-fought 12- round decision over European champion Joe Bugner of Britain Monday night in his first bout since losing his crown when he was stopped in the second round by George Foreman in Jamaica six months ago. Frazier's was a comeback in the style that first made him champion and put an end to rumors of his lack of fitness. He pursued the 6-foot-4, 221- pound blond Briton around the ring with vicious left and right hooks and sent Bugner to his knees for a count of nine in the 10th round with as hard a left hook to the body as he has thrown. "I'm in peak condition," said Smokin' Joe, who had slimmed down to 208 pounds, six lighter than the weight at which he suffered his only defeat. "I feel as though I could go in with Foreman tomorrow and beat him." Foreman, who was at ringside, called it "one of the greatest fights I have seen," but would not talk about a return and Yancy Durham, Frazier's manager, said there were "no plans yet" for a fight with either Foreman or Muhammad Ali. British referee Harry Gibbs gave six rounds to Frazier, three to Bugner with three drawn, but only once did the Briton manage to Jolt Frazier— up' from the canvas he surprised him with a left uppercut which momentarily buckled Frazier's knees. Otherwise, it was all Frazier and the only thing Bugner could raise on the American's face seemed to be a smile as Frazier shrugged off the Briton's left jab and bored in to pound away at the body. "He never stopped coming," said Bugner, who was stopped in the 12th by Ali in Las Vegas earlier this year. "I have come down to the best weight in my fighting career and on tonight's performance and the way I feel, I could soon become wprld champion again," Frazier told a dressing room crowd. Foreman just smiled. Total 37 10 18 Score by innings Galesburg 000 060 220—10 Macomb 010 003 000— 4 lp h ritbb to Koeneke (W) .... 9 11 4 4 2 5 Volks (L) 4 >/3 8 4 4 3 Dunning 3 10 6 6 3 Newcomer 1% 0 0 0 1 Box Scores Brock Size'Ore 4 Torre 2 McC'ver 1 Sim'ons 4 Mel'dez 2 Dwyer 0 - - 4 Cruz 3 Tyson 4 0 OiCleve'nd 3 1 OlPena 0 1 1 1 0! 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 !Reitz 00! 0 0 St. Lou la •b t h bl 4 1 1 Moline Tops All-Stars 10-3 MILAN - Galesburg's Babe Ruth National League Ail-Stars suffered their first setback in the District Tournament here Monday night. The National All-Stars fell to Moline 10-3 in the double elimination tourney. The district Winner goes on to the area tournament. Moline scored in all but the third inning, while Galesburg managed only three runs in the bottom of the seventh frame Don McKillip went two for three and Barry Cheesman two for four to lead Galesburg's of fense. Mark Mendcz, Andy Hendricks, losing hurler Dave Aldrich and Kevin Lewis contributed one base hit apiece. Moline National All-Start ab t hi ib 1 Philadelphia ab r h bl] Rob'son 4 12 0 Doyle 4 1 ttnser 4 0 Luz'inskl 4 1 Hutton 4 1 Schmidt 3 0 Rogo'skl 0 0 Boone 4 0 Bowa 4 0 Walla 0 0 Lersch 1 0 Mont'nez 1 0 Brandon 0 0 0' 0 Pagan 10 0 0 Scarce 0 0 0 0 And'son 1 0 0 0 Total 35 4 9 4| Total 31 710 7 Score by Innings: Philadelphia 000 000 004—4 St. Louis Ill 103 OOx—7 Olsen Elkert liedbetter Burke Lester Inskeep Verstraete Bomflyn Klier 0 0Mendez 4 2 2;Do. McK'p 3 Chicago ab r h bl Kelly 4 0 0 0 Andrews 4 0 0 01 Jeter 0 1 0 Oi Muser 0 0 0 0] C. May Sharp Melton Hend'on Alvar'do Bradf'd Leon Brink'n Herr'nn Stone Acosta 5 110 0 0 0 0 4 13 2] 4 10 0 4 0 2 1 2 10 0 4 0 10 2 0 0 0 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nelson Harris 4 Spencer 3 Carty 4 Johnson 4 Bur'ghs 4 Suarez 3 Sud'kis 1 Maddox 3 Mason 3 Clyde 0 Gogi'ski 0 Paul 0 Texas ab r h bl 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stanh'se 0 0 0 0 Total 32 4 7 4 Total 35 5 8 4[ Score by innings. Chicago 000 021 011—5 Texas 021 001 000—4 TV Star Former Player or By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Editor NEW YORK" (UPI) - John Beradino was walking down the street minding bis own business the other day when this guy suddenly pops up from nowhere, catches him from behind and never gives any hint what's on his mind, a mugging or a meeting. "Hey, I recognize you," the guy says finally, positioning himself in such fashion that Beradino has no other course open but to listen. "You cost me five bucks one day. You let a ball go right through you in a game against the Yankees." Beradino, a star now of ABC- TV's regular daytime network show "General Hospital," had heard this same story dozens of times before, but this time he reacted a bit differently. He hot-dogged it a little. He pulled a fiver out of his pocket and gave it to this guy. "Are you positive it was me?" Beradino tested his confronter, making him work for his money. No Question "No question," the guy said. "You were playing second base that day for the St. Louis Browns." Beradino nodded. "Do you watch daytime television?" he asked. "Yeah, why?" "Do you watch 'General Hospital?'" "Once in awhile, and I know you play the lead." "Do you like the show?" "Sure." "Okay, then, would you mind writing a letter to the Academy of Arts and Sciences telling them we should be included in the Emmy award categories?" The guy did some quick thinking. "That'll cost you another five," he said. John B e r a d i n o's noble Neapolitan heritage surfaced instantly. He uttered an Italian word, a slang word recognized universally by Italians and non- Italians alike. He said it softly, not as in a morning sunrise, but suggestively, as .in a late afternoon departure, and the' guy immediately took off. That's More Like Him Now that's more like the Johnny Beradino I knew with the old Browns from' 1939 through 1947. Only then he spelled his name Berardino, throwing in the extra "r," and he didn't always speak so softly. The Cleveland Indians bought Beradino for $80,000, big money then, in 1948, and that was the year they won the pennant and beat the Boston Braves in the World Series. Bill Veeck was running the Indians at the time. He was aware Beradino had attended the famed Pasadena! Playhouse and acted in "Our Gang" movies. He likewise was aware of Beradino's near classic features, which might only be described as part Barrymore and part Richard Conte. Never one to let such things go unnoticed, Veeck insured Beradino's face for $1 million. With me Browns, not too many ever saw Beradino. He remembers one game where only 348 showed up, not counting the vendors. But millions already have seen Beradino. on TV in his 11 years at "General Hospital." His Dr. Steve Hardy is proving more durable than even Dr. Kildare. Women viewers are so upset about Jhe Watergate hearings pre-empting the show lately they've called in to complain to the network. John Beradino is 56, and everybody should look so good at 36. Laughter Still There He has that same square set to the shoulders, the dark, probing eyes still have the old laughter and the skin, invariably sun-tanned, stays remarkably free of wrinkles. Given his choice, Beradino probably would rather still be Who will help your families and fritnds in the •vtnt of an emergency? Floods and tornado's don't always happen someplace else. The "Guard" has openings for MEN. Serve your community, your country, and yourself. Earn a little money and a lot of pridel National Guard 149 N. Broad 342*6320 playing baseball. You can see that when he reminisces about his days with the woe-begone Browns. "That's the closest I ever came to shell-shock," he says "What I remember best about being with the Browns is that we'd make 10 runs, and the Yanks would make 15; we'd make 12 runs, and the Red Sox would come back with 18. You never saw so many baseballs flying around in your life. It got so bad that after every season, I'd have to go back to the beach in Santa Monica or Malibu, lie there on the sand and try to recover." High point of Beradino's total baseball experience though occurred only a few years ago when the Yankees invited him to one of their Old Timers' Day affairs. Being a .249 lifetime hitter, he wondered how come he rated the invite. 3 0 1 4 1 1 0 01 1 1 2 2] 2 2 2 1 B. Chees'n 4 Hendricks 4 Aldrich 4 Krisher 4 Johnson 1 Blucker 0 Gutierrez 2 De. McK'p 1 Evans 1 Lewis 1 S. Chees'n 0 Oh 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 1 0 GALESBURG ALL CITY MIN'S GOLF TOURNAMENT Kntry Blank Tournament Data*: July 21*22; July 28-29 Nimo Address Heme Course 1>'.Midi No Entry Fee Returned — No Substitution of Entries INTRY FIE $10 (For Pairing Purposes Application and Entry Fee Art Requested to bo Turned in at One of the Three local Courses by July 17.) Tournament committee reserves the right to reject entries. Total 3010 9| Total 29 3 S Moline . 130 111 3—10 National All-Stars ..000 000 3— 3 Sox Defeat Yanks; Cubs Edge Giants In little League action at 0. N. Custer Park Monday night, the White Sox downed the Yankees 8-4 in the opener and the Cubs slipped by the Giants 3-1 in the nightcap. The White Sox totaled 12 base hits in 31 times at bat en route to their victory. Toley went three for four to lead the offensive attack, and Benge, winning pitcher Mitch McMillan and Robertson, all added two hits. For the Yankees, McVey and losing hurler Butch Sandidge, both knocked out two hits. Despite the 1-hitter thrown by Randy Batnstiow in the second game, the Cubs managed to come out on top. Kevin Taylor was the winner. Yankees While Sox lb r h| ab r Men's All-City Tournament To Get Under Way July McVey J. Red'our Sandidge Rozmairek T. Red'our Phillips D. Pickrel Coe T. Pickrel Reed Peterson 1 2 1 0] 0 2J 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0] 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Benge LaFollette McMillan Tolley Robertson Ellison |Je. Smith Childers McQuillen Townsend Jo. Smith Sauter Carlson Cordell Perkins Total 21 4 5 Total Yankees no White Sox -- -- .301 Giants •b r h Barstow 2 1 0 Stanley. Johnson 2 0 1 M. Holt Shaver 2 0 1 Sibley Southwell 3 0 2 K. Taylor Fisher 3 0 2 A. Holt T. Blu'hine 3 0 0 Morgan Weinberg 3 0 1 Yard Goodman 1 0 0 Farrell Ford 1 0 0 D. Taylor Walker 2 0 0 Jellies M. Blu'ine 2 0 0 Stone Total 24 ~1 ~7 Total Giants 100 Cubs 012 h 4 12 4 11 2 3 2 4 2 3 4 12 10 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 8 12 200—4 022—8 Cubs •b r h 2 0 17 3 1 000—1 OOx—3 Battle for Galesburg's most coveted gofi prize will be on the line in less than three weeks. Galesburg's annual men's All- City Golf Tournament will open July 21 (Saturday) at Bunker Links. The 72-hole medal play tournament will be played at aill three local courses. For pairing purposes, tournament applications, along with McDonald's, Register-Mail Notch Wins MONMOUTH - Two Galesburg teams — McDonald's and the Register-Mail — advanced to the semifinals of the Monmouth Invitational Softball Tournament following victories here over the weekend. McDonald's slipped past Anderson Shell of Monmouth 9-8 Saturday and blasted Murphy's of Motine 12-2 Sunday. The Regisiter-Miaiil shut out Bushnell 10-0 Saturday and then defeated J & W Bar of Rock Island by a 4-1 count last night. It was the third straight victory of the tournament for both McDonald's and the Register Mail. McDonald's faces Italian Village (Monmouth) Tuesday at 6 p.m., while the Register-Mail takes on powerful Highland Park Bowl of Moline at 7:30. Isier-Mall Rock Island entry fees of $10 each, are requested by July 17. The men's tournament, along with three other All-City meets, are co-sponsored annually by the Galesburg Register - Mail and Radio Station WGIL. Several former champions are expected in the tournament field, including defending champion Jim Wetherbee, 54ime winner Bob Dredge and 34ime winner Bob Coe Jr. After the first and qualifying round July 21 at Bunker Links, for the second round July 22 (Sunday). The third round will be held at the Soangetaha Country Club July 26 with action to return to the municipal course for the fourth and final round. The low 30 and ties Will qualify in the first round at Bunker Links and earn the right, to play the remaining three rounds. Trophies will be awarded to the first three places Shd souvenir mementos for ball quali- the tournament will move tolfiers. Merchandise awards will the Lake Bracken Country Club go to the first 10 finishers. Hertenstein in Double Win ab r h ab r h 4 2 3 Hanson 4 0 0 4 0 1 Brock 4 0 0 3 0 1 Krans 4 0 1 4 0 1 Jarskl 3 1 1 3 0 0 Patterson 3 0 0 3 0 1 Jones 3 0 0 3 0 1 Stern o 0 0 3 0 0 Kelly 3 0 0 3 0 lFrakes 3 0 0 3 1 2 Thomas 2 0 0 33 411 Total 30 1 2 Ehrenh'dt Swanaon Mlms Hoerner Ostrander Prlna Johnson Clark Darrah Brunkow Total Score by innings: Register-Mail 101 Rock Island 000 020 000 0—4 1—1 Bowie Kuhn Tells About Baseball Anti-Drug Drive A 12-inning struggle between i Cok » Hertenstein Loan and Coke highlighted Junior Hardball League play at H. T. Custer Park Sunday night. Hertenstein brought in one run in the top of the 12th inning to edge Coke 4-3 in the Babe Ruth extra-inning affair and then dropped Coke 7-1 in the other game of a doubleheader. In the other games, Dom's Sport Center topped Eagles 5-2 in Babe Ruth action, and Hi-Lo beat Moose Lodge 6-2 in Connie Mack. Grand Roller Rink hosts Mon mouth in a Connie Mack game at H. T. Custer this evening. Herienitain Coke Mendez Steward Wallace LaFollette Hendricks Purcell Johnson Hillemeier LaFollette Baldwin Smith Blucker Wilberdlng ab r h| 5 2 2; Bennett Thiel 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 II 7 0 4 4 1 1 2 0 0 3 10 5 0 1 6 0 1 6 0 0 .1 0 0] 3 0 0 Total 50 4 10 Total 46 3 9 I- Score by innings: Hertenstein ...100 020 000 001—4 Coke 000 120 000 000—3 Oeets Krisher Chase Parmenter May Lakls Roberts Moore Benge Cash Flnley Shaver ab r h 6 1 1 6 0 0 6 12 3 1 1 8 0 1 4 0 1 10 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 Deets Thiel Krisher Chase May Moore Lakis Noll Purmcntcr Shaver Roberts Bennett •b r h 3 I 21 3 0 0] 2 0 1 3 0 0] 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 01 2 0 01 3 0 1 0 0 10 0 Hertenstein ;; *b r h L. LaFo'te 2 2 2 Baldwin .11 l Mendez' 2 12 Hendricka, 3 o 1 Wilberdlng 3 o o Smith i 2 o <» Hlllcmelcr 2 1 o Wallace 1 "o l n C. LaFo'te" 2 0 0 Blucker 3 11 Total M - 1 -22 7 7 Total 22 1 5| Score by innings: Coke _ 100 000—1 Hertenstein . 240 lOx—7 Moose Stevens Sandburg Hyde Smith Westfall Woolscy Pcpmeyer Wcedman Ncal Towne Ferguson ab r h 3 0 2 4 1 1 4 0 0 3 1 1 10 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0| 2 0 0 0 0 0 .200 Cooley Scott Resclnito iJohann Foster . Hopping Mlms Humes Vallero " Kramer Hl-Lo ab r h 4 0 1 4 1 2 J 2 1 1 3 0 0 2 1 0 4 2 3 4 0 2 "2 0 0 3 1 0 "10 0 26 2 4 Total ,20 6 9 Total Score by Innings: Moose t 000 "101 0—2 Hi-Lo Oil 112 x—6 Dom's ab t h Lewis 3 1 2 Evans 3 0 Oi B. Chees'n 3 2 1 Aldrich 2 0 2 S. Chees'n 3 0 0 Johnson 3 11 Cun'gham 3 t 2 Campbell 3 0 0 Edwards 3 0 0 Total 25 5 8 Eagles . ab r b Redlngton l o o J. Wil'sbn' 2 o o Carter ; 3 0 0 Vargas ,12 0 Glasnov'ch 2 0 0 S. Wil'son,2 1 1 Horaney 2 0 1 Allcon 10 0 Ekiss 2 0 0 Kramer 0 0 0 Total 16 3 2 Score by Innings: Etom's 120 020—5 Eagles 000" 200—3 NEW YORK (UPI) - When a youngster signs his first professional baseball contract, his new employers promptly give him a handbook titled, ''Baseball vs. Drugs." In the last two years, every major and minor league player and front office employe In organized baseball has received one of those educational booklets as a part of commissioner Bowie Kuhn's anti-drug drive. "Many people are unaware baseball even has an anti-drug program," said Joe Reichler of the commissioner's office. "But we do—and it's a very good one. We have uncovered a few minor cases, all at the minor- 1 league level, and that's one reason we start our educational program almost immediately when a youngster signs his first professional contract. "Baseball is not a violent gante that might lead to drug abuse but we are dealing with very young people who some times don't know what it's all about." Kuhn's original bulletin on drugs in 1971 directed all baseball personnel to report to the commissioner all cases of illegal drug use "whether known or suspected." That spring, Kuhn held a series of three seminars for major league players in Florida You Can Bu\ LIQUOR BEER Louie's Liquor 41 S. SEMINARr ST. PH. 342-4515 OPEN Wednesday JULY 4th Ad Prices Of FRI., JUNE 29 Will Be Good Thru The 4th and Arizona. Last summer, Dr. Garrett O'Connor, director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital drug abuse center, made the rounds of major league clubhouses giving an anti-drug lecture before games. O'Connor has written the main article in the baseball handbook about "Facts That Baseball flayers Should Know" but the eye-catching material Is a nine-page layout on dangerous drugs including color photos of how to identify them and the penalties—both physical and legal—for using them. It covers the whole scene from crude opium through heroin, cocaine and morphine to LSD to marihuana to glue- sniffing. ' If a player believes a fellow player is abusing drugs, O'Connor advises: "Talk to him about your concern. Remember you are doing him a favor by confronting him. Expect him to be angry and frightened but keep talking to him. Try to persuade him to see his team physican. If he refuses, and you know he has a problem, then tell the team physician yourself — privately. Also let your friend know that you are sufficiently concerned about him to communicate the matter directly to the team physician whether he wishes it or not." And, if a player feels he is himself abusing drugs: "Accept the fact that not giving up the drug will mean misery for yourself and your family and probably failure in your wosk not to mention prosecution by law enforcement agents. If you are hooked, accept the fact that giving up the habit will require discipline, hard work and courage. "Talk to the person closest to you. See a physician." Need A Car! SEE 1 Block East of Knox College Corner South & Prairie 342-8418 OPEN DAILY 9 AM-6 PM f ^ If ED SOLOMON Before You Renew Your Insurance Policy SEE A PRO If your needs have changed, your insurance policy may need more than a touch-up. It may need an overhaul. Why not.get in touch with a pro? An independent insurance agent. Thpt's us. j There is no substitute for professional know-how when you need insurance for your home, car or business. As independent agents —as pros —we can help you avoid costly ipis- takes. You see, we lepresent several outstanding companies. 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