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Ladies PGA Meet Gets Under Way LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) Professional female divot-diggers take their first shots today in the start of the $15,000 72-hole Ladies National PGA golf championship and Mickey Wright - as usual - is favored in the field of 49. If Mickey's right — and she appears to be — she should be favored to win back the title which Judy Kimball of Sioux City, Iowa, snatched from her last year. Miss Wright had won the three previous years. The gals warmed up Wednesday in a unique pro-amateur event at the Stardust Golf Club where par is 35-36—71. Winner of the handicap event which paired a woman pro with two women amateurs and one man was a team led by Clifford Ann Creed, Alexandria, La., who worn $400. The veteran Louise Suggs nabbed $250 in second-place money and third place went to a team headed by Sandra McClinton, Seguin, Tex., who picked up $150. Miss Wright finished in a tie for fourth place with Ruth Jessen, Bonsall, Calif., and each won $75. Individual scores were not carded officially but Miss Wright was reported to have totaled approximately 76 while Miss Kimball was in the neighborhood of 80. Mickey has won a dozen events this year but she's up against some pretty tough competition such as Kathy Whitworth who has won five tournaments in 1963; and Marilynn Smith who has taken three. Other charmers who seek the title with a vengeance belying their feminity include: Marlene Hagge, Betsy Rawls, Mary Mills and Shirley Englehorn. GHS, Friars Play Tonight Galesburg High travels tonight to do battle with tought Peoria Central, heading a heavy schedule of area football. In the L : "'e Six, Corpus Christi meets ROY A at Oneida, Knoxville hosts Alexis and Aledo comes to Abingdon. A good share of the gridiron teams go into action tonight as the season passes the halfway mark. Galesburo Register-Moil, Galesburg, 111. Thursday, Oct. 10, 1963 15 Knox Horseshoe Club to Gather A wiener roast will be held Saturday by the Knox County Horseshoe Club at the Oren Carlson home on the Knoxville road. Outdoor cooking is to start at 5:30 p.m. and last throughout the evening. All members and their wives are invited to attend the roast, an annual fall event staged by the local horseshoers. Lips Would Do It LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The letter carried no name, no numbers — just the initials "CC" and a sketch of a pair of lips. It was delivered to Cassius Clay, a contender for the heavyweight boxing crown whose boasting has earned him the nickname "Louisville Lip." A NEW LEAP Florida A&M Sets Pace in Grid Ratings NEW YORK (UPI) - The small college football ratings with first place votes and won- lost records in parentheses: Team Points 1. Florida A&M (5) (2-0) 241 2. Northern Illinois (6) (4-0) 203 3. Delaware (9) (2-0) 184 4. Texas A&I (5) (3-0) 138 5. Montana State (2) (2-2) 104 6. San Diego St. (4) (2-0) 88 7. Wittenberg (1) (2-0-1) 72 8. Lenoir Rhyne (2-1) 66 ,9. Central Okla. St. (2-1) 62 10. East Carolina (3-1) 56 Second 10—11, Tennessee Tech (1), 34; 12, East Central (Okla) 32; 13, South Dakota State, 30; 14, Massachusetts, 26; 15; San Francisco State, 25; 16 (tie), St. John's (Minn.) and Western Kentucky, 24; 18, Central Michigan (1), 23; 19 (tie), Linfield (Ore.) McNeese State (La.) and Fresno State (Calif.), 21. By GARY WOOD Cornell Quarterback Written for NEA In Cornell's 1962 game with Princeton we were trailing, 34-28, with only a few minutes to play. We drove from our 15 to Princeton's 20. On first down we gained three yards. On second down I called for a quick pass to our lonely end, John Engle, but Princeton used double cov- (LONELY »N0 IH5 erage on Engle and I was unable to get the ball away, losing two yards. On third down a screen pass gained only three yards. It was now fourth and six to go and I decided to go for a left hook pass to our weakside end, Ed Burnap. If this play failed we would have no other chance to score. Six yards were too much to gamble on with a run, so we had to pass. Fortunately for us, the Princeton linebacker, who normally would have covered Burnap, followed me instead and the pass was completed for a 10-yard gain and a first down. On the next series a swing pass to halfback Al Aragona tied the score. Pete Gogolak kicked the winning point to make it 35-34. Bowling Scores, Averages ALPHA JETS LEAGUE Hlvoli Grain, 14-4; Country Queens. 13-5' Insurant:*; Exchange, 0-0; Farmers State Bank, U-0; Alpha T.V. and Radio, 6-12; New indsor Cafe, 3-15. High team series, Insurance Exchange, 2437; high team game, Insurance Exchange, 877. High individual series, Verda Timberlake, 536; high individual game, Verda Timberlake, 212. ACE LEAGUE Bud Nelson Insurance, 20-8; Tony Lisehwe Insurance, 17-11; Roto Rooter, 17-11; Illinois Power Co., 17-11; Joe's Place, 14-14; Pekin Farmers Insurance, 14-14; Ellis Jewelers, 14-14; McGiew & McGrew Insurance, 14-14; First & Puckett, 12-16; Sam's Place, 11-17; DeLuxe Cafe, 9-10; Corral, 9-19. High team serir.s. Joe's Place, 3090; high team game, Joe's Place, 1074. High individual series, Spud Schrodt, 620; high individual game, Spud Schrodt, 2-44. LATESTARTEHS LEAGUE Brown's Market (Avon), 16-4: Davis Food Stores, 14-6; No. 3 Team, 11-9; Galesburg Sheet Metal, 7-13; Yelm & Stuart, 6-14; Grand- View, Drive-Inn, 6-14. High individual game, Charles Taylor, 232; high individual series, Charles Taylor, 606. High team series, Galesburg Sheet Metal, 2963; high team game, No. 3 Team, 864. QUEENS LEAGUE Smith's Vikings, 20-4; Spotters, 18-6; Wareco Pickers, 16-8: Splitters, 11-13; Harris Kool Kats, 6-18; Socialites, 1-23. High team series, Wareco Pick­ ers, 2520; high team game, Smith's Vikings, 2498. High individual series, Mae Layne, 4fi8; high individual game, Mac Layne, 194. NORTHGATE CLASSIC LEAGUE Inman Motors, 19-5; Machanics Homestead & Loan, 18-6; Crown Motors, 14-10; Gale Ward Athletic Goods, 12-12; Weaver-Yemm, 12-12; C & E Super Valu, 10-14; McCabe Scrappers, 9-15; Club 34, 2-22. High team scries, Mechanics Homestead & Loan, 2873; high team game, Gale Wart) Athletic Goods, 1020. High individual series. Bob Dorethy, 654; high individual game, Carl Meehan, 267. AUTO DEALERS LEAGUE Crown Motors, 19-9; Midway Tavern, 17-11; Elks Lodge, 16-12; Bob's Alignment, 12-16; Team No. 6, 1117; Moore Electric, 9-19. High team series, Elks Lodge, 3089; high te-un game, Elks Lodge, 1052. High individual series, L. Henson, 571; high individual game, Harrison, 236. NORTHGATE" 12 LEAGUE Benny's Tap. 23-5; Lacky's Monuments, 21-7; Intra State Telephone Co., 21-7; Butler Team No. 1, 19-9; O. T. Johnson, 18-10; Butler Team No. 2, 13-15; Butler Team No. 3, 12 , ,i-15 I ,i; Johnson Tire & Battery, 12-16; Chamber Street Market, lO'/a- 17'/ii; J. P. Oil, 9-19; Lindsay Soft Water, 6-22; Schubach Custom Clothing, 3-25. High team series, Lacky Monument, 2537; high team gome, Lacky Monument, 867. High individual series, Bob Ryner, 554; high individual game, Bob Ryner, afc. 2 Games Head Prep Schedule SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Two games matching undefeated and untied teams in the central and southern parts of the state feature the Illinois high school football program this weekend. The southern tilt sends Marion against Johnston City. Both own 4-0 records. It will be a non- league affair for Marion, which leads the South Seven Conference with three victories. Danville and Springfield are opponents in the other clash between clubs with four consecutive triumphs. Danville has won two of its games in Big 12 competition, while Springfield holds one league triumph. The Bloomington Raiders, an­ other strong Big 12 entry with an over-all 4-0 slate, tackle Champaign in a conference assignment. Some other prep powers seeking to extend their perfect records are Peoria Central, Peoria Manual, Evanston, Mount Carmel and Lake Forest. All have won four. Central meets Galesburg, which has dropped three out of four starts, while Manual's rugged outfit tangles with Pekin, whose Chinks have broken even in four contests. The Evanston Wildkits, tied with Waukegan atop the Suburban League, strive for their fourth loop victory in a game with Niles East. Waukegan engages Oak Park, fielding a weak contender this year. Mount Carmel, making a strong bid for the North Egypt crown, faces one of its toughest assignments against Salem, still rates as a threat despite two losses. A lengthy victory string is at stake for Lake Forest in a Northwest Suburban encounter with Round Lake. The Foresters have chalked up 35 conquests in a row. Weekend action in the Upstate Eight may serve to snap a three-way tie for the top spot, shared by Glenbard East, Aurora East and Wheaton. Glen­ bard is at Naperville, De Kalb at Wheaton and Elgin Larkin at Aurora East. In the southwestern circuit, East St. Louis challenges an Edwards team that is making its first determined move in years for the championship. Edwardsville's record in all games is 3-1, while East St. Louis lists three wins and a tie. Southwest Egyptian games give Carbondale a chance to stretch its lead. The Terriers play underdog Sparta. Ottawa's Pirates collide with Kewanee in a game that will have a strong bearing on the southwest division of the North Central Conference race. Aurora us Indicted As Bookies CHICAGO (AP) - The federal grand jury indicted eight Aurora men Wednesday on three counts involving gambling activities. The men were charged with failing to register with the Internal Revenue Service, failing to pay the $50 federal wagering tax, and engaging in bookmaking activities without having obtained the tax stamp. The men were arrested Sept. 26 in a raid by 30 revenue agents on several Aurora taverns as part of a nationwide crackdown. They are: Hugh Bell, 45, of 225 E. Main St.; Carl Pippin, 29, of 432 North Ave.; Elmo Sanders, 53, of 61 S. LaSalle St.; Charles Schoenfielder, 45, of 900 Lakewood Place; Bernard M. Petesch, 47, of 37 W. Walnut St.; Antone T. Richmond, 57, of 31 N. Broadway; Ora R. Johnson, 50, of 629 Edison St., and Alfred Fidler, 59, of 135 S. Rosedale Ave. The men were freed on $1,000 recognizance bond each. WITH BOB FELLER (right), member of baseball's Hall of Fame, are Mr. Glenn Thin-man, associated with the Frosty Bottling Company of Galesburg, and Mrs. Thurman. As a winner in a recent promotion contest conducted by the Squirt Company, Mr. Thurman and his wife attended the opening two games of the World Series with Feller. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Pro Basketball By The Associated Press St. Louis 114, Boston 98 Baltimore 97, Cincinnati 95 San Francisco 105, Los Angeles 97 Wins Decision BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) Billy Tisdale, 176, Bridgeport, won a six-round decision over Cleo Daniels, 175, White Plains, N.Y., at the Bridgeport City Arena Wednesday night. Barons Off to Good Start in AHL Campaign By United Press International The Cleveland Barons, who lost their first 15 road games last season, are off to a much better start this time around. The Barons launched the new American Hockey League campaign at Hershey Wednesday night and came away with a 4-2 victory. Cleveland player-Coach Fred Glover, starting his 16th season in pro hockey, bagged the 429th goal of his career in the second period when the Barons opened a 3-0 lead. The Bears reduced their deficit to 3-2 in the final period before Joe Szura's second goal of the game iced it for the Barons. Vic v Stasiuk made a successful debut as Pittsburgh's new player- coach when he set up a second period goal by Lowell MacDonald in a 4-1 victory over the defending champion Buffalo Bisons. MacDonald wound up with two goals and an assist. The Rochester Americans also won their opener for new Coach Joe Crozier by overpowering the Baltimore Clippers, 9-1. Lou An- Top Manager In NL Sought Pennant More HOUSTON (AP)-Johnny Keane says the only thing that would have made him happier than being named National League Manager of the Year would have been winning the pennant. The spunky little St. Lotus Cardinal skipper was named to the top honor among National League managers Wednesday in The Associated Press poll of sportswriters and sportcasters. "This is great," said the 51- year-old Keane, a baseball veteran who never played in the major leagues. "The honor is even more pleasant to me because there are so many good managers in the National League." Keane polled 53 of 71 votes cast with Walter Alston of the world champion Dodgers getting 15 and Bobby Bragan, of Milwaukee, three. Keane was a shortstop in the minor leagues and worked his way up to manager jobs in the Cardinal system with stops at Albany, Ga., Houston, Rochester, N.Y., Columbus, Ohio and Omaha. Keane's team made a bold late season run for the pennant this year before losing three straight to Los Angeles to finish second. Keane is very optimistic about his Cardinals in the 1964 race. Jose Torres Not Happy With Win TEANECK, N.J. (AP) - From the mood in the dressing rooms, you couldn't tell who won Wednesday night's Jose Torres-Don Full* mer middleweight bout. Torres, declared the winner of the slow-starting 10-round scrap, was disappointed with his per* formance and demanded a return bout. Down the hall, Fullmer and his brother, Gene, the former middleweight king, were happily posing for pictures and amiably greeting well-wishers. "I want to fight him again," Torres said. "I want to beat him the way I should. When I was stopped by Florentino Fernandez last May, for my only defeat, I fought better than I did this time. "I felt real good but my performance was not as good as I felt. Fullmer is awkward and a tough guy to fight. If I fight him the same way I fought Fernandez I'll knock him out." Referee Joey Harrison, the only official under New Jersey rules, scored it 5-2-3. The Associated Press also favored Torres, 6-3-1. Torres consistently beat Fullmer to the punch, particularly over the first seven rounds as he displayed a sharp head and body attack. When Fullmer started to rally in the eighth and ninth rounds, Torres stopped him short with a smashing left that sent him reeling into the ropes. Torres' record is 26-1-1 while Fullmer, 24, of West Jordan, Utah, has a 31-9-1 mark. There were no knockdowns but at the end Fullmer was bleeding from both nostrils and Torres had a slight cut on the bridge of his nose. Torres had a three-pound weight advantage, 161 to 158. Placed on Waivers DETROIT (UPI) — Veteran Walter Dukes, one of the tallest players in the National Basketball Association, has been placed on the waiver list by the Detroit Pistons. Dukes, a 7-footer from Seton Hall, was the last remaining player who was with the club in its first campaign as Detroit representatives in the NBA in the 195758 season. gotti bagged three goals and two assists for the Amerks. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Bolster Catching Corps CINCINNATI (UPI) — The Cincinnati Reds bolstered their catching corps by purchasing the contract of catcher Jim Campbell from the Houston Colts Wednesday, Reds President William O. DeWitt announced. The 26-year-old Campbell batted .222 for Houston in 55 games and .265 for Oklahoma City of the Pacific Coast League in 32 contests this year. Baltimore Wins LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP)—Terry Dischinger's field goal broke a 94-all tie with 42 seconds to play and the Baltimore Bullets defeated the Cincinnati Royals 97-95 in an National Basketball Association exhibition Wednesday night. Hebard Guns WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! Compare prices ANYWHERE! Bring advertised price to our store. If we stock the merchandise we will BEAT THE PRICE, regardless of how low! Gil Hebard Guns THE STORE DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO GUNS AND SHOOTERS 125-129 PUBLIC SQUARE Open 1 - 4:30 p.m. Daily - Mon. nite* 7 to 8 p.m. — (Closed Sunday) KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS 4

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