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Goalby Takes Ear Goalby Is Leader .-Bob Goalby of Amana, Iowa, watches his $139,000 Greater Milwaukee Open at Tuck' 3TMoot putt head for the hole for a birdie on away Country Club Thursday. Goalby shot Jhe ninth green during the first round of the a 7-under par 65 to take the first-round lead. King Is Favorite to Beat Evert in Wimbledon Final By ROBERT MUSEL .WIMBLEDON, England (UPI) ~-^ t Billie Jean King, who has been winning titles in this grass court classic since 1961, .will have to beat time as well ,ajS " sharpshooting Chris Evert today to gain her fifth •Wimbledon singles crown—the .title she says she wants above -(aUoOthcrs. "I'll be honest," said the defending champion, "I want to jvin it for a filth time. It will be a great (thrill." ' bespectacled Billie Jean will start a slight betting favorite against the 18-year-old from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in the •first all-American final since 1957. But the odds would have been ionjger if fourth-seeded Miss Evert had not given topseeded Margaret Court of Australia one of the beatings of her career, 6-1, 1-6, 6-1 to reach the . finals. n the other hand 29-year-old Billie Jean played below her best in the semifinals, although \VQJ1 enough to beat an erratic Ettmne Goolagorog of Australia ff, 5-7, 6-3. After a cliffhanger that went on until the light was beginning to fade Thursday, Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia made Saturday's men's singles the first Communist country finals in history. The second-seeded Czech beat Britain's fourth- seeded Roger Taylor, 8-9, 9-7, 57, 6-4, 7-5, with the last set interrupted 37 minutes by rain. He meets Alex Metreveli, who became the first Russian ever to achieve the finals, by beating unseeded Alex Mayer of Mount Freedom, N.J., 6-3, 36, 6-3, 6-4. Before he ran into the fourth - seeded Russian, Mayer had eliminated-top seed Ilie Nastase of Romania and eighth-seed Jurgen Fassbender of Germany. But ithe 21-year-old intercollegiate champ said he was satisfied with his trip here. "I came to get experience and I got it," he said. Rules Against Girls in LL u PITTSBURGH (UPI) - Federal Court Judge Barron P McCune ruled Thursday night that the Avonworth Baseball Conference (ABC) had every right to bar a lO^year-old girl from playing Little League baseball. "I have serious doubts that the 5th and the 14th Amendments apply to situations of this kind," McCune said. "I doubt if there's any unconstitutional discrimination in this instance or discrimination of any kind, for that matter." The judge said he based his decision on the fact that Bicycle Season is Here! Bikes are more popular than ever. . . especially with thieves protectyour bike with: "a super-security combination" 84 MASTER (WELDED LINK) (HAW - 6 ft. of hardened steel HI t AMERICAN PADLOCK - double locking cose hardened shackle - Available at 342-5012 712 E. Main Galesburg baseball is a contact sport and that other legal precedents had guaranteed.women equal rights only in such non-contact sports such as golf, tennis and skiing. The parents of Pamela Magill went to court when the ABC refused to let her play. They alleged she was being discriminated against. Six members of the ABC board of directors said the 45 pound girl's admission to Little League play would downgrade the team she joined talent-wise, inhibit the play, complicate the task of getting fathers to volunteer for coaching and managing duties, and greatly embarrass the boys who had to siit on the bench while a girl was on the playing field. READ THE WANT ADS! FOR LOW LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE Contact: Tony Lischwe MILLERS MUTUAL INS. 411 BANK Of GALESBURG BI.DG. 343-1166 or 343-6986 By TOM DROLSHAGEN MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) Bob Goalby, buoyed by a seven- under-par 65 that matched his best round of the year, led a field of par busters by one stroke into the second round of the $130,000 Greater Milwaukee Open today. Goalby, who stands 70th on the current money list with a modest $18,930, popped in five birdies and two eagles to lead Buddy Allin, Larry Ziegler and Mike Morley who turned in 60s. In all there were 64 subpar rounds Thursday and 10 other golfers equalled par 72 in their quest for the $26,000 top prize. Cubs Beaten 74; Carlton Gets Victory CHICAGO (UPI)-AH in all it was.not a sparkling home stand for the Chicago Cubs, who will risk their leadership of the National League's Eastern Division on the road now until July 17, opening tonight at San Diego. The Cubs could do no better than break even in the 10- game stand, splitting four games with the New York Mets, taking two of three from Montreal and then losing two of three to Philadelphia. Thus with .500 baseball their lead in the division eroded. But the bright spot might be that the Cubs have done better on the road this season than at home, winning 25 of 43 in foreign parks and only 23 of 40 at home. Yesterday Cy Young award winner Steve Carlton of the Phillies backed up his statement that "I'm always lucky" when he gave up ill hits and still held on for a 7-4 "win, only his eighth against nine losses. Last year he won 27 games. Carlton's big play came in the eighth after a single by Billy Williams, an error on Ron Santo's grounder, Jim Hickman's triple and singles by Carmen Panzone and Don Kessinger had scored three unearned runs, left two runners on base and brought Adrian Garrett to the plate. Garrett, who represented the tying run and who had hit two homers in 28 times at bat this season, struck out. Carlton struck out seven other Cubs and walked only one. The Phillies meanwhile piled up the most hits and most runs allowed in any game this season by Rick Reuschel, 10 hits and 5 runs in 4 2-3 innings, to give the burly youngster his fifth loss against nine wins. lfcgister-Mafl| SPORTS Galesburg, 111., Friday, July 6, 1973 Page 18 "I was pleased with my game, today," Goalby said, "because I haven't been playing well enough—good enough, I guess, but not well enough to really score. "I guess this is the first time I ever had two eagles in one round," he said. Morley, who shot a 77 in the qualifying round played in strong winds was thankful for the gentle breezes Thursday and said "the greens are in excellent shape;" His 66 was his. lowest round of the year. Allin, 18th on the money list -with $62,766, said he liked the. shorter Tripoli Country Club course where the GMO was held last year. He finished in a four-way tie for second in that one. "But the conditions, the course and the weather were perfect today," he said. "That's what it takes to score well—a good course and those conditions." Zieglef credited veteran tour pro Doug Ford for. bringing his game back to life. He said Ford, has been working with his swing since the GMO a year ago and the tutoring "has made all the difference in the world." Ford shot a 72, s one stroke more than defending champion Jim Colbert. Dave Stockton; who won the first GMO in 1068. Was tied with seven others at 69 and Deane Beman, the. 1970 champion, was in a 10-way tie at 68. Homero Blancas stood alone at 67. Oliver Eludes Tag Pittsburgh Pirates' Al Oliver (16) comes across home plate as he eludes the attempted tag by Cardinals catcher Ted Simmons in their game at St. Louis Thursday. Umpire Shag Crawford gives the safe sign as Oliver scored all the way from second base on a Richie Hebner single. Pirates defeated the Cards 3 -2. UNIFAX Joe Frazier, Foreman Are Not Friendly LONDON (UPI)—There was no love lost when Joe Frazier and George Foreman arrived at London Airport Thursday for flights to New York. They traveled by separate airlines and refused to be photographed together. Foreman played checkers in the Pan American VIP lounge while Frazier, in dark glasses, relaxed in the Trans World lounge just 20 paces away. Foreman said of his No. challenger: "I don't want to be photographed with him. I don't want to be photographed at all. I saw his fight with Joe Bugner and I reckoned Bugner won. Frazier didn't deserve the decision." Browns Sign Adams CLEVELAND (UPI) - Pete AcJams, a highly rated lineman from Southern California, has signed a multi-year contract with the Cleveland Browns, the National Football League club said Thursday. Adams, plus Steve Holden and Greg Pruitt, the Brown's other top picks, are on the college all-stars team and thus will not report with other rookies Monday at Hiram College. BUTLER MFG. NIGHT FREE CASH PRIZES Pioneer Baseball Game H. T. Custer Park Sat. July 7th - 6:00 P.M. Reds Edge by Giants 4-3 Behind Bat of Concepcion By V1TO STELLINO UPI Sports Writer Dave Concepcion, who entered the season as a part-time shortstop with a .222 lifetime average, collected his ninth game-winning hit of the season Thursday night when he went 5- for-5, including a two-out single in the ninth that gave, the Cincinnati Reds a 45 victory over >the San Francisco Giants The performance is putting his manager, Sparky Anderson, on the spot but Anderson couldn't be happier about it. Concepcion, running second to Chris Speier in the shortstop balloting, would like to be named to the All-Star game for the first time. Since Anderson is managing the team, he'll have to make the choice. Concepcion chuckles, "I think the manager should go by the voting when he chooses the backup guys." He'i Putting On the Heat Anderson said, "The kid is putting a lot of heat on me to make the team. When he went up to the plate for the last time, I told him, 'You get hit No. 5 and you'll really be putting pressure on me.' " After Concepcion got the hit to score winning pitcher Don Gullett from second, Anderson laughed, "He didn't say any­ thing, he just looked at me and rolled his eyes." The win moved the fourth place Reds to within six games of the faltering Dodgers, who lost their sixth straight, in the Western Division. In other games, New York downed Montreal, 7-3, Atlanta topped Houston, 7-4, Pittsburgh Midwest League By United Press International Appleton 14 Cedar Rapids 0 Danville 10 Quad Cities 1 Quincy 6 Wis. Rapids 4 Waterloo 5 Burlington 4 Decatur 6 Clinton 3 D'Antoni to Kings KANSAS CITY, Mb. (UPI) Mike D'Antoni, a second-round draft choice from Marshall University, has signed a four- year contract to play for .the Kansas City-Omaha Kings, the club announced. D'Antoni, 6-3 and 190 pounds, was the 20th player selected in the 1973 National Basketball Association draft. He averaged 14.1 points and 8.4 assists his senior year. He is the second draft choice signed by the Kings. Larry McNeill of Marquette, also a second-round pick, signed two months ago. edged St. Louis, 3-2, Phila delphia beat Chicago, 7-4, and San Diego blanked Lbs Angeles, 3-0. In the American League, Boston downed New York, 9-4, Kansas City outslugged Minnesota, . 12-10, Texas beat Chicago, 7-2, and Detroit edged Cleveland, 7-5, in 11 innings, in the only games scheduled. Steve Arlin pitched a two- hitter to give the Padres the victory over the Dodgers. Claude Osteen suffered the loss as his eight-game personal winning streak came to an end. Fred Kendall homered for the Padres. Carlton Struggles Steve Carlton struggled on an 11-hitter in Philadelphia's victory oyer Chicago. The Phils got 13 hits including homers by Greg Luzinski and Bill Robinson. Richie Hebner drove in three runs with a single and a homer: to give Pittsburgh the win over| St. Louis; Nelson Briles pitched a seven-hitter for the victory as the Pirates snapped St. Louis' four-game winning streak. Two ex-Orioles, Roric Harrison and Dave Johnson, paced Atlanta over Houston. Harrison pitched a five-hitter and Johnson hit a three-run homer. The Braves now have three players —Johnson (20), Henry Aaron (21) and Darrell Evans (23)— with 20 or more homers. Rusty Staub homered in the fourth inning and drove in two runs with a single during the five-run seventh to lead the Mets past Montreal. Tug McGraw, who's been ineffective lately, pitched three innings of two-hit relief for his 11th save. WARM TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S; PHONE 312-0185 CYCLE INSURANCE Coll Us For A Quote Today! 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