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Pioneers, Macs Split — Gate&urg spAit A pair of l-hittefs Thursday right. Bob Walker limited tfie Mact to one hit in the first game is Galesburg won 7-0, white Rod Vtik checked (he Pioneers on a single in the nightcap as the Macs scored a 44) victory. The toss in the second game ail but knocked the Pioneers out of the first half title race. GaJesbung is now 11-10 with three games to play. CharleSton-Mattoon is in first place in the league with a 134 record and has virtually clinched tiie first ;jhaK championship •which will end July 8. The Pe-; CICL Standings W L fel. Oft Chart'Mm*Marn 12 S .7M — Sbfinffttld 10 9 .526 3 Gal#*bUfg . 11 10 .514 3 Peoria 11 10 .514 3 Macomb 11 21 .478 4 Bloomington — 6 15 .286 8 Yeatarday'a ftamlri Bloomington 6, Peoria 3. Galesburg 7-0, Macomb 0-4. Todaf't Garnet Charlealon-Mattoon at Peoria, 7:30 p.m. Springfield at Macomb, 5:30 p.m. Only game scheduled, larurday'i Qamtt Macomb at Sprlngifeld, 7:30 p.m. Charleston-Mattoon at Galesburg (2), 8 p.m., H. T. Custer Park, ^jorjnjfjejc^^p^ojjja^jpjjjjjtji^ oria Pacers are lied with Gales- iburg for third place. Springfield is in second with a 10-9 mark. The Pioneers will be host to ChariestohrMattoon in a double* header Saturday at H. T. Custer Park with the first game tio start at 6 p.m. Sunday they will be at Bloomington in the final game of the second half. They are idle today. Coach Jim Isaacson was happy with the way the Pioneers played Thursday night and feel they will be ready for a real run at the second half title. "I was real pleased with the way they played tonight," Isaacson said. "I'm confident we will be a strong contender in the second half." The Pioneers had a few "walking wounded" but turned in some clutch plays, especially on defense. The lone hit off Walker in the first game was a pop fly that dropped in for a Texas leaguer. Mike Heimerdinger had his 12-game hitting streak broken in the first game. Bob Briskey, catcher from the University of Tulsa, had three for four, including a bases-loaded double and drove in six runs. Gary Purceffl, who was two for three in the opener, had Galesiburg's only hit in the nightcap. Major League Standings National League East w. 1. pctg.b. Chicago St. Louis Montreal Philadelphia Pittsburgh New York 48 35 41 39 37 40 38 42 37 41 34 43 West w. 1. 51 33 48 37 46 39 44 38 36 49 29 53 .578 .513 .481 .475 .474 .442 pet. .607 .565 .541 .537 .424 5tt 8 8V2 11 g.b. 3^ 5% 6 15% Los Angeles San Francisco Houston Cincinnati Atlanta San Diego 29 53 .354 21 , Thursday's Results Philadelphia 7 Chicago 4 New York 7 Montreal 3 Pittsburgh 3 St. Louis 2 Atlanta 7 Houston 4 Cincinnati 4 San Fran 3 San Diego 3 Los Ang 0 Today's Probable Pitchers (All Times EOT) Atlanta (Schueler 34) at New York (Koosman 7-6), 8:05 p.m Chicago (Jenkins 8-6) at San Diego (Kirby 5-8), 10:30 p.m St. Louis (Gibson 7-8) at San Francisco (Carrithers 1-1), 11 p.m. Cincinnati (Grimsley 7-5) at Philadelphia (Ruthven 3-5), 7:35 p.m. Pittsburgh (Walker 4-6) at Los Angeles (Sutton 9-5), 11 p.m. Houston (Reuss 10-5 and Griffin 0-2) at Montreal (Torrez 4-6 and Strohmayer 0-1), 2, 6:05 p.m. Saturday's Games Atlanta at New York St. Louis at San Francisco Houston at Montreal, night Cincinnati at Phil, night Pittsburgh at Los Ang, night Chicago at San.Diego, night American League East w. I. pctg.b. New York Baltimore Detroit Boston Milwaukee Cleveland Oakland Minnesota Chicago Kansas City California Texas 46 37 .554 40 34 .541 1% 42 39 .519 3 40 37 .519 3 39 40 .494 5 28 53 .346 17 West w. 1. pet. g.b. 45 37 .549 - WGIL Area Gnlf Ratings Are Listed for Third Week 41 42 45 41 36 37 40 37 28 50 .532 .532 .529 .526 .359 VA \Vz .1% 2 15 Thursday's Results Boston 9 New York 4 Kan City 12 Minnesota 10 Texas 7 Chicago 2 Detroit 7 Cleve 5, 11 inns (Only games scheduled) Today's Probable Pitchers (All Times EOT) Detroit (Coleman 12-7) at Kansas City (Busby 4-9), 8:30 p.m. Boston (Tiant 9-8) at Chicago (Wood 15-11), 9 p.m. Texas (Merritt 2-3) at Milwaukee (Colborn 11-3), 8:30 p.m. California (Wright 7-10) at Cleveland (Hilgendorf 3-3), 6 New York (Beene 4-0) at Minnesota (Kaat 9-6), 9 p.m. Oakland (Hunter 12-3 and Blue 7-4) at Baltimore (McNally 6-10 and Palmer 8-5), 2, 5:30 p.m. , Saturday 's Games Detroit at Kan City, night New York at Minnesota Boston at Chicago Texas at Milwaukee Calif at Cleve, twilight Oakland at Baltimore, night Glen Thurman and Dick Watson tied for honors in men's 18-64 division in the third week of WGIL's area golf ratings. Thurman and Watson, both playing at Lake Bracken tied for first in their division with identical 72.5 averages. Tying for ithird were George Bungland and Lee Shearer. Jim Johnson led the men 65 and over with an average of 78 at Bunker Links. Eart Gilbb and Guy Trulock tied for second. Last week's Junior Boys Gofflf Tournament winner, Bill Klapp, Was top in his class, and Dan Stoerzbach, who followed Klapp in the junior tourney, was runner-up. Klapp and Stoerzbach fired 77.3 and 77.8, respectively, at Bunker Links. Julie Davis, who won the championship flight in the Junior Girls Golf Tournament, fired an average 112.5 at Bunker Links to head the girls 18 and under division. Karen Mendrek was \Vz strokes back in second place. Also playing at Bunker Links, Connie Graham paced the worn- Major League Leaders Unser, Phil Mota, LA Watsn, Hou Goodsn, SF Santo, Chi Leading Batters National League g. ab r. h. pet. 64 202 33 69 .342 56 188 24 64 85 312 60105 72 271 28 90 78 286 45 93 Mathws, SF 75 256 36 83 Maddox, SF 71 282 37 91 Rbnsn, Phil 45 155 25 50 Crdnl, Chi 78 279 47 89 Huttn, Phil 55 155 25 49 American League g. ab r. h. Blmbrg, NY 52 152 28 Horton, Det 49 181 24 Carew, Min 74 283 52 Blair, Bal 70 228 33 D.Allen, Chi 69 245 39 May, Mil 78 315 47 Murcr, NY 83 326 47 100 Bumbry, Bl 53 153 33 47 Maybry, KC 83 287 54 86 Braun, Min 69 .340 .337 .332 .325 .324 .323 .323 .319 .316 pet. .388 .354 .343 .311 .310 .308 .307 .307 .300 241 35 72 .299 59 64 97 71 76 97 Home Runs National League: Stargell, Pitt and Bonds, SF 24; Evans, Atl 23; Aaron, Atl 21; Johnson, Atl and Monday, Chi 20. American League: Mayberry, KC 19; Fisk, Bos, D. Allen, Chi and Jackson, Oak 16; Hendrick and Spikes, Clev, Murcer, NY and Bando, Oak 15. Runs Batted In National League: Bench, Cin 62; Stargell, Pitt 61; Bonds, SF 59; Evans, Atl and Watson, Hou 57. American League: Mayberry, KC 76; Jackson, Oak 63; Murcer, NY 57; Melton, Chi 54; Darwin, Minn 52. READ THE WANT ADS! JUST ARRIVED! Another Full Load of Aluminum Weld "The All Welded" Boots J&B SPORT SHOP Ellisville, III. W. have * 16' fA^-BOATS Before buying come & look at the first ALL WELDED top quality boat in central Illinois. We Also Rent CANOE'S ond JON-BOATS by the Day or Week Phone 293-2192 Season High Recorded At Bunker Links A season high of 426 rounds of golf was played on the Bunker Links course last Thursday. A total of 2,140 rounds were shot for the week, according to golf pro Joe Stotericki On Thursday 156 ladies, 99 men, 92 juniors and 79 seniors took to the course to set the season record. Bill Upson had the top round of the week with a 72, while Ray Anderson and Joe Barton were close behind with 73s. ~ Barry Cheesman and Dean Soper had 75 and 76, respectively. In ladies play, Connie Graham and Pat Lehman both fired rounds of 85. A number of eagles were card ed. Chuck Thurman and Corky Evans fired eagle threes on hole No. 10, and Cheesman did the same on No. 16. With eaglp twos were Bill Owen on No. 13, Bill Cox on No. 14 and Art Barton on No. 18. In the Industrial League, Joe Barton, Jim Swanson, Art Barton, Bob Mead and Bill Upson posted a record best ball score of 10-under par 62. Ray Anderson, Jim Hawkinson, Maynard Campbell, Carl Hawkinson and Cliff Pearson shot 66 in the Covenant Church League. Old Timers Hienie Johnson, Pete Eckwall, Jess Pico, Frank Carson and George Miller card ed a best ball score of 67. Firing 70 for the Senior Citizen League were Guy Trulock, Earl Gibb, Jim Johnson, P. D. Houli han and R. W. Black. For Social Security Forrest Olson, Ray Damburg, Earl Rich, Hank Wiemer and Forry Witherell recorded a 71. Low gross winners in the Mixed Couple League were Mary Harvey and Bob Weber. Lou Peterson, and Morrie Chapman had the Ipw net score. The 5-man best ball high score was by Jim Dowell, Carl Thurman, Mel Bocox, Denny Wieden- hamer and Lief Erickson with a 10-over par 82 playing the ball up. en over 18. She averaged 86 per round, while Pat Lehman was close behind at 86.5. Man 11-84 Glen Thurman (70/75) 72.8 Dick Watson (71/74) — 72.5 George Burgland (75/72) 73.5 Lee Shearer (70/77) 73.5 Joe Barton (73/75) 74.0 Bill Upson (72/77) 74.5 Jim Swanson (75/75) 75.0 Bob McFarland (75/77) 76.0 Eph Hughes (77/76) 76.5 Bob Linman (76/78) 77.0 George Lundeen (79/75) - 77.0 Gus Lytle (79/75) 77.0 Dean Soper (80/76) 78.0 Men 15-Older Jim Johnson (77/79) 78.0 Earl Gibb (86/88) 87.0 Guy Trulock (85/89) - - 87.0 Junior Boyi Bill Klapp (74/79/81/75) 77.3 Dan Stoerzbach (75/79/81/76) .. 77.8 Barry Cheesman (75/82) 78.5 John Stansbury (82/77/80) 79.3 Ken Palko (82/81/80) . 81.0 Doug Allesworth (82/79/85) - 82.0 Chuck Hlnes (80/88/83) 83.7 Jim Benbow (84/81/88) 84.3 Juan Espejo (80/90/84) 84.7 Doug Frakes (81/90/84) 85.3 Junior Glrla Julie Davis (103/122) 112.5 Karen Mendrek (109/125) 117.0 Marge Heaton (114/122) 118.0 Sandi Owen (117/135) .126.0 Sue Douglas (129/128) -128.5 Woman 18-Ovar Connie Graham (85/87) 86.0 Mrs. Pat Lehman (85/88) 86.5 White Sox, Cards Win In LL Play The White Sox shut out the Red Sox 4-0 and the Cardinals clobbered the Giants 12-1 in Little League action at O. N. Custer Park Thursday night. Eric Benge hurled the shutout in the opener. Rick Nelson picked up the loss. The White Sox totaled nine base hits in 29 times at bat. Tom LaFollette and Dave Tolley each knocked out two hits in the effort. The Cards stopped the Giants behind a 1-hitter by Jeff Mitchell in the nightcap. Tom Southwell was the loser. Thierry led the Cards' offensive department by going two for four at the plate. Red SOX ab r h Gelesbur a Regjster-MaiI, (aalesburg, 111. Friday, July 6,1973 19 Mendez Simmons Nelson Roelke McDon'gh Huffman Lamp Beserra Alexander Zauhar 3 0 0 O 3 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 O O 0 2 0 3 0 Benge LaFoUette McMillan Tolley Robertson Ellison Smith Childers McQulllen White lox ab r h 4 1 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Total Total 21 0 4[ Red Sox . 000 White Sox '. 000 29 4 9 000—0 130—4 Henten First In Horseshoe Tournament Glen Henten of Maquoketa, la., won the 13th annual Invitational Horseshoe Tournament at the Lincoln Park courts Wednesday. Henten, who placed sixth in the World Tournament and won the 14th National Open last year, was undefeated in Class A Ross Sornberger of Galesburg won Class B undefeated, and Larry Bender of Columbus I Junction, la., took Class C without a loss. Also unbeaten, were Gene Catton of Toulon and Wilbur Miller of Monmouth, who wen Class D and Class E, respectively. Clan A Glen Henten, Maquoketa, la. H. Darnold, Burlington) la. Casey Bettesworth, Galesburg Clint Van Dusen, Knoxville Class B Ross Sornberger, Galesburg Bob Swltzer, Peoria Dale Swank, Toulon John Law, Gladstone Claaa C Larry Bender, Columbus Junction, Iowa Byron Hafner, Lettes, la. M. Blake, Lettes, la. H. Durrette, Peoria Class D Gene Catton, Toulon Columbus Junction, la. .Take Davis, Don Grove, Sterling E. Kaalborg, Lettes, Ta. Class E Wilbur Milter, Monmouth Orlnwske, Sterling D. Norris, Monmouth C. Werner, Galesburg Cardinals Jackson Glasnovich 3 Thierry 4 Turncy 2 Mitchell 4 M. Fields 4 Berry 2 Mims 1 McGuire 1 J. Fields 1 Davidson 0 Olants ab r h Barstow 3 0 0 R. Fisher 1 0 0 Sc. Shaver 3 11 1 0] Southwell 110 0 1|J. Fisher 2 0 0 T. Blu'lne 3 0 0 Weinberg 3 0 0 D. Blu'lne 0 0 0 Andrews 10 0 ab r h 4 2 1 2 1 3 2 0 0 2 1 2 1 0 O 0 0IM. Blu'lne 0 0 0 0 0 Johnson 1 St. Shaver 1 Walker 1 O 0 0 0 0 0 Total 2612 7 Cardinals Giants 100 Total .210 20 2 1 054—12 000— 1 5—0 3—2 2—3 2—3 5—0 4—1 3—2 2—3 5—0 2—3 2—3 5—0 4—1 3—2 2—3 5 4—1 3—2 2—3 Grand Roller Takes Two From Moose Grand Roller Rink swept a rioubleheader from Moose Lodge, winning the opener 4-0 and the nightcap 10-1 in Connie Mack League play at H. T. Custer Park Thursday night. Grand Roller scored a single run in the first inning and three in the sixth in the first game. Jim Van Fleet was the winning pitcher, and Dave Stevens took the loss. In the second game, Grand Roller also led all the way as Moose got the one run in the final inning. As a team Grand Roller totaled 11 base hits in 32 times at bat. John Van Fleet went three for five in the winning cause, while George Cisco and Rozynek had two hits apiece. Leading Moose was Sandburg, who went two for three. Cisco was credited with the victory. Picking up the defeat was Tim Hyde. GALESBURG ALL CITY MEN'S GOLF TOURNAMENT entry Hank Tournament Dares: July 21-22; July 28-29 Ntmt AtMrtu Mam» Count _ _ No Entry No Returned — No Substitution of Entries INTRY FEE $10 (Per Pairing Purposes Application and Entry Fee Art Requested to be Turned in at One of the Three Local Courses by July 17.) Tournament committee reserves the right to reject entries. Box Scores Philadelphia ab t h bl Rob'son Doyle Unser Lue'eki Hutton Schmidt Boone Bowa Carlton 12 3 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 Chicago lib! ab * h Monday 5 0 0 0 Beokert 5 12 0 Wll'ams 4 110 Santo 4 13 0 Hick'an 4 12 2 1 OiFanzone 4 0 11 2 HKes'ger 4 0 2 0 Rudo'ph 2 0 0 0 Garrett 10 0 0 Reus'hel 10 0 0 Bonham 0 0 0 0 James 10 0 0 Burrls 0 0 0 0 Popo'ch 10 0 0 Lan'che 0 0 0 0 Hundley 10 0 0 Total 39 7 13 7| Total 37 4 11 3 Score by innings: Philadelphia - 031 012 000—7 Chicago .. ... 000 OOl 030—4 E—Santo, Schmidt. DP—Philadelphia 2. LOB—Philadelphia 5, Chicago 7. 2B—Robinson. 3B—Hickman. HR— Luzinski (12), Robinson (7). ip h r erbbao Carlton (W8-9) 9 11 4 1 1 8 Reuschel (L 9-5) 4% 10 5 5 0 2 Bonham >i 0 0 0 O 1 Burrls - 2 3 2 2 0 2 LaRoche 2 0 0 0 0 1 WP—Reuschel. PB—Boone. T—2:10. A—24,849. Piitsburflh ab r hbl Cline* 5 0 2 0 Brock Sang'len 4 1 1 0 Size'ore 4 Oliver 4 110 Torre 4 Stargell 2 0 0 0 Sim'ons 4 Daval'lo 1 0 0 0|Cruz • 4 Hebner 3 1 3 .TCarho 4 Si. Laula ab r h bl 4 110 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 10 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Zisk 3 0 0 OlReitz 3 Hern'dez 0 0 0 OlMcC'ver 1 Cash 4 0 0 OlTyson 3 Stennett 4 0 1 OlFoster 0 Brlles 4 0 0 OlGranger 10 0 0 IDwyer 10 0 0 IPena oooo ICrosby 10 0 0 iHra'sky 0 0 0 0 Total 34 3 8 31 Total 34 2 7 2 Score by innings: Pittsburgh ...... . 200 OOl 000—3 St. Louis - 200 000 000—2 E—Stargell, Tyson, Brock. DP— Pittsburgh 1, St. Louis 1. LOB— Pittsburgh 7, St, N Louis 5. 2B—Brock, Cruz. HR—Hebner (13) ip h r er bb so Brlles (W 7-7) .... 9 7 2 2 0 Foster 'fi 4 2 2 1 Granger - 4 3 ,i 1 0 0 0 Pena (Ll-1) ....... 2 2 110 2 Hrabosky ... .- - 2 1 0 0 0 1 HBP—by Foster (Stargell), by Granger (Hebner). T—2:12. A—14,652 All-Stars Win 2nd Game in Tourney MILAN — Galcsburg's Babe Ruth American League All- Stars picked up their second victory in District Tournament play with a 9-0 shutout of Silvis here Thursday night. The American All-Stars downed host Milan on Tuesday night and have no losses in the double elimination tourney. The Galesburg National League All- Stars lost their first game Monday night. The winner in the Milan tournament goes on to area competition. Wayne Weedman was the winner for the All-Stars as he gave up only two base hits while stroking out nine. Danny Einfeldt was the loser. In 30 trips to the plate, the All-Stars pounded out nine hits Weedman led the way by going two for two, and Jeff Libby got two hits in four at bats. With four runs in the first inn ing, the Galesburg teanv led all the. way. Three scores In the fifth and two in the sixth accounted for the total of nine runs. American All-SUts ab r h| 5 2 liCarton 4 2 1 Gould 2 3 llEddy 2 2 2IElnfcIdt 3 0 ol Freeman 4 0 2 DeMcyer 3 0 OILohse 2 0 olThomas 1 0 olShelton 1 0 I'Holtz 2 0 HDandilw'y 1 0 OlEdriy 0 0 0 Camper Kimble Doss Weedman Hannnm Llbby Smith Vargas Rllcy Stone Glasnovich DcJaynes Bacon Silvis ab r h 2 0 0 2 0 0 ,3 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 0 Total . 21 0 Total 30 9 9| Score by Innings: All-Stars ..400 032 Silvis 000 000 0—9 0—0 Grand Roller Rink G. Cisco Jo. Vn F't 5 Sundberg 4 Ji. V'n F't 2 Rozynek 4 Dickson Holcomb Reiber F. Cisco Pillsbury Young Total ab r 3 3 Stevens Sandberg Hyde liSmith 2IAdams Pepmeyer Westfall Neal Woolsey Town Weedman Moosa ab r 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 32 10 11 Grand RoUer Rink ..103 Moose - .000 Total 27 1 3 032 1—10 1 000 1- Mooae Church Loop Box Scores KnoxvllU Corpus Ckrlatl ab r h ab r h Albright 4 1 3 Betts 3 0 1 Gallagher 2 10 Glasnov'h 4 0.2 J. Marquith 4 0 2 Snodgrasa 2 10 Silver 4 2 3 Butts 3 12 Borden 4 0 2 Swigart 3 11 Ring 3 0 2 G. SuUivan 3 0 1 R. Marq'ith 3 0 UMaxwell 4 0 1 Dowell 1 0 0|K. Sullivan 4 0 2 Saline 1 0 OlPoplett 3 0 0 Wells 3 0 0' Stevens Sandberg Hyde Smith Adams Neal nl Woolsey Weedman Town Pepmeyer Westfall Total Moose Total 29 4 13| Total Knoxville 201 Corpus Christi 002 Knoxville 29 3 10 000 1—4 010 0—3 Albright Newby Marquith Silver Borden Saline Ring Gallagher Rice Collins ab r 4 2 h! Total Knoxville Corpus Christi 34 6 13 Corpus Christi ab r h Betts Glasnov'h Snodgrass Swigart Maxwell Wright Sullivan Brubaker UPoplett 0' 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 Grand Roller Rink ab r h ab r h 3 0 0 Cisco 2 2 1 3 0 1 Jo. V'n F't 4 0 1 3 0 1! Sundberg 2 0 0 1 0 OUi. V'n F't 3 0 1 3 0 HYoung 1 0 0 2 0 OIPHIsbury 2 0 0 2 0 l!Dickson 2 0 0 1 0 O'Holcomb 1 1 0 1 0 OiRozynek 3 1 1 2 0 OiReiber 3 0 1 3 0 1 Houston A gee' Metzger Wynn Watson Rader May Helms Jutze Wilson York Cedeno U pshaw Races Featured At Mercer Fair Harness horse races w 'nU be featured at the Mercer County Fair in Aledo Saturday at fi p.m. and Sunday at 1:30 p.m. The 2-year-old pace and 3- ycar-old trot will 'be held Saturday for a total purse of $3,000, and $500 wil be at stake in the Overnight division. On Sunday afternoon the purse will again Atlanta ab r h bll ab r h bl 4 1 1 1 (Jackson 5 0 10 3 ? o oiEva r ns 3 2 l ?jbe $3,000 for the 2-yearnoild trot 1 2 OlLum 4 3 2 1 1 2Baker 3 1 2 0 0 OlJohnRon 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Teped'o 3 0 1 4 0 0 3 0 0 Oafes Har'son i|and 3-ycar-oild pace races. The 3 o o o Total 33 7 9 7 Total 31 4 5 4 Score by Innings Houston 000 110 002—4 Atlanta ... 032 010 lOx—7 E—Wynn, Jutze, York. DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—Houston 4, Atlanta 7. 2B—Lum. HR—Johnson (20), Agee (7). Evans (23), Lum (8), Rader (12). SB—Baker. S—Harrison. Ip h r arbbao WUson (L8-9) .... 4',?, 6 6 4 3 2 York l 2 <i 1 0 0 0 1 Upshaw . 2 2 arrison (W 4-2) - 9 5 T—2:14. A—5,340. 24 0 5 Total .000 22 4 5 000—0 Total 002 001 26 5 8 100 3—6 101 2—5 LEAHY ELECTRICAL SERVICE COMMERCIAL — RESIDENTIAL — INDUSTRIAL PHONE 343-2050 Emergency Service Jim Le*hy, Owner Grand RoUer Rink 100 003—4 East Molinc Race Results FIRST RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Hot Cookie (R. Youngren) 3.40 3.00 2.80 Mr. Wire (J. Wash) 2.60 2.40 General Khalad (P. Tedriek) 3.60 Time: 49:2 SECOND RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Centrace (C. J. Gilbert) 7:80 5.00 3.20 Crudsramo (J. Compton) 5.00 4.00 Towns Town (R. Youngren) 3.40 Time: 48.3 Daily Double—2 & 1. Paid $65.00. THIRD RACE: (7 Furlongs)— Winter Sport (R. Youngren) 9.20 3.00 2.40 Amie's Chief (J. Compton) 2.60 2.40 Indian Warrior (S. Vail) 2.40 Time: 1:30.2 FOURTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Tigers Tune (C. J. Gilbert) 3.60 2.60 2.60 Live Action (J. Schmidt) 5.00 3.20 Fashion Note (R. Lawson) 3.00 Time: 48:1 FIFTH RACE: (5>,& Furlongs) Mr. Yum Yum (P. Compton) 3.B0 2.60 2.40 Gay Tarry (R. Youncren) 5.40 3.W> Crafty Boy (J. Wash) 2 80 Time: 1:07.1 Ouinella—4 & 6. Paid $15.00. SIXTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Petite's Cupcake (P. Tedriek) 6.40 2.80 2 40 Chatta Dell (M. Vinci) 3.20 260 Cha Mar (T. McMurray) 3.00 Time: 48.0 SEVENTH RACE: <SV a Furlongs) — Tudor Bold j : IP. Tedriek) 13.20 10.80 6.00j Crarkline <J. Caniglia) 16.40 a «n Miss Gaines Creek (S Vail) 2.00 Time: 49:0 Quinella— 4 *r 5. Paid $160.20. EIGHTH RACE: (6<2 Furlongsl — Valiant Boy (P. ComDtom 4.40 3.60 3 00 Beacon's Beauty iC. J. Gilbert) 14.20 5.40; Two Robin Hoods IP. Tedriek) 3 20' Time: 1:23 3 *io lion Quinella—2 & 7. Paid $30.20. j#W-U« Chicago Kelly Muser May Melton Hend'on Herr'nn Bradf'rd Orta Leon ' Stone Fisher Kealey Texna ab r hbl] ab r hbl 5 0 0 01 Nelson 3 2 3 1 5 1 2 OlHnrris 3 10 0 4 1 2 HJohnson 4 0 2 4 0 0 0'Carty 3 0 0 4 n 1 llMaddox 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 Spencer 4 0 10 4 0 1 OiBiitt'er 3 10 0 3 0 1 OlSiidakls 4 12 0 3 0 O OlMnck'ln 3 10 0 0 0 0 O'Suarez 4 112 0 0 0 OlSlebert 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OlBlbby 0 0 0 0 9 7 Overrtiglht pace offers $500. The Illinois Colt Stake races have a total of 150 entries, and this is besides those horses in the Overnligbt divisions. Some of tihe top colitis in state wiJ.1 aippear in the qualifying event for tJhe Sipringfieild stake races. Among those returning is Brenda Ann's Winner, driven by Del Jnsfco, who set the track record cf 2:05 last year. Olde Music Beats Hi-Lo In 5-4 Game Olde Music Shoppe squeaked by Hi-Lo 5-4 in a Connie„Mack League make-up game at~H. T. Custer Park Monday night. Olde Music led 5-2 after five and a half completed injnings. Hi-Lo brought in two runs in the bottom of the sixth frame to get wilhin one run at 5-4, and that was the final score when neither team could get a run in the seventh. Hi-Lo's Darrell Cox had the best offensive performance of the night with two base hits in four trips to the plate. Winning pitcher was' Craig Parker, and Tim Shelly recorded a save. Dan Scott picked up the loss. Old* Music Hl-Lo ab r h ab r h Hansen 2 0 0 Cooley 0 0 Colvln 3 1 0 Cox 4 1 2 Kohl 2 2 0 Scott .3 0 1 Shelly 4 0 1 Hopping 3 0 0 Parker 2 1 1 Johann . 1 2 0 Blck 2 0 HResclnitc 1 1 0 McClure 0 0 OjFoster •2 0 1 O'Connor 3 0 0 Vallero 3 0 1 Parker n 0 OlMims 0 0 0 Hall 2 1 0 i ' 1 Benbow 1 0 0 Total 23 5 3 Total , 2i 4 5 Score by Innings: 210 0—5 Olde Music - ... 200 210 0—5 Hl-Lo .001 102 0—4 Total 35 2 8 21 Total 31 7 Score by Innings: Chicago OOl 000 100—2 Texas 205 000 OOx— 1 E—Muser, Nelson. DP—Chicago 1 Texas 1. LOB—Chicago 12, Texas 7 2B—Herrmann, May, Sudakis. SB —Harris. 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