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\Jk Galesbura Riateter«Moil, Golesburg, i^ufday,_july_ 7 # „J .973_ fl Nationals Are ,f Eliminated In District Play MILAN — Suffering tfieir second defeat, the GateiMrg Babe Ruth National League Meters were eliminated from the District Tournament here Friday night. The AlMJtars were shut out &0 by East Moline in the double elimination tourney. The Gateslburg team had fallen to Moline Monday night. However, the American League All-Stars are undefeated in tournament play. The Americans topped host Milan Tuesday evening and beat Silvis Thursday. Bast Moline pitcher Kevin Martel allowed the Nationals only two hits in 23 times at hat, while loser Kevin Krishcr was tagged for eight base hits in 28 trips ID .the plate. Andy Hendricks and Dave Al drich got the Nationals' hits. Milbum Sets World Record Rod Milburn, the Olympic gold medal winner from Southern -University, is out in front and sprinting for the finish line to set a new world record of 13.1 seconds in the 110-meter hurdles at the International Track and Field Meet in Zurich, Switzerland, Friday. Guy Drut of France was second at 13.6, and Italy's Sergio Liani placed third at 13.9. Milburn was joint holder of the previous mark of 13.2 in the event. Billie Jean Wins Fifth t Wimbledon i "~ By ROBERT MUSEL . WIMBLEDON, England (UPI) - Billie Joan King of Hilton Head, S.C., became the first five-tone winner of the Women's singles of the Wimble- tennis championships in half a century today when she ilfeflt Chris Evert of Fort ^ajiderdale, Ma,, 6-0, 7-5. "The veteran Mrs. King djojninated the 17-minute first set in every department of the game, allowing her 18-year-old opponent only nine points. ...Itvwas the first all-American fiffsj! since 1957. JSIrs. King, a seasoned 29- yeaf-old who feels the Wimbledon crowd is against her, broke Miss Evert's service in the first game of the first set yielding one point. She broke again to 3 0 helped by two not cords and fchV.y dejected Miss Evert— despite encouraging cheers from the capacity crowd, some 6$*whom had lined up 24 hours £#3Jer —doublefaulted twice to holier third service game at low. *3JtJte second set opened like a repetition of the first although theuroyal box —the. Duke and Dlichess of Kent and Princess Aje^andra —joined in giving Miss Evert an especially t-hunderous hand as she changed counts. Mrs. King broke service helped by a double fault and went to 2-0 at love on her awn service. Mrs. King said before she went on court that she wanted to be the fu$£ woman since the legendary^; Suzanne Lenglen to win flve» Wimbledon singles titles. Along with this ambition she pick's up $7,500 as the first prize money. -Miss Evert gets $5,000. The teenager from Florida was aiming not only for her first nj#jor title but for the distinction of being the youngest ^ winner since Maureen Connolly in 1952. American Legion Plays in Tourney "Everything is coming along right where we want it," says American Legion coach Fred Stevens as the Legionnaires participate in the Wood River Tournament today and Sunday. The Legion boasts a .380 team batting average with four play ers at the .400 level. And the team is improving every day, insists Stevens. "Defense and pitching are coming on, and, if hitting stays where its at, we'll give somebody fits," promises the Legion mentor. For the season Legion Post 285 has 17 victories against only four losses. The Legionnaires have also won the Double League with a 7-0 record. It is the second consecutive league championship for Post 285 and the first time the league has ever been won by an undefeated team. Stevens feels the record does not tell the whole story, though. Says Stevens, "We're 17-4 against a good schedule and good ball clubs." This evening the Legionnaires arc scheduled to battle the Kentucky state champions at the Southern Illinois University diamond at 5:30. Three games will be played in the round robin tournament. Other teams in the competition are the Indiana champs, Wood River and Anheuser Busch. The Legion is coming off two wins in its last four games. Last weekend the Legionnaires took third in the Cedar Rapids Tournament, losing to the Minnesota champs 8-4 but beating St. Charles 7-0. Wednesday night they lost to Macomb 2-0 but came back 6-1 in a doubleheader. Rick Wilder leads the offense with a .450 average, while Jerry Blixt is batting .409 and Mark Thiel and Louie Vital! are .400 each. Ron Nelson is next in line with .384, and Kevin Jackson, Tony Nelson and Robbie Johnson are in the area of .300. Thiel leads the team in home runs with six. Vitali is second with five fence-clearers. Getting the starting nod tonight is Kirk King, who posts a 2-0 record. The remainder of th» pitching duties will be divided among Bob Berry, 4-0; Danny Jacobs, 4-1; Forry Franckey, 3-1, and reliever Mike Thompson. Jack Wash Wins Five At East Moline EAST MOLINE - Jack Wash rode horses to victory in five races at East Moline Downs here Friday night. It was the most wins in a single evening since racing opened this season. Wash's wins came in the fourth, filth, sixth, eighth and ninth events. FIRST HACK: (4 Furlongs)— Open Rcinali (J. Compton) 4.80 4.60 3,20 Helen Tudor (J. Schmidt) 12.80 S.40 Dove Lad (J. Gill) 4.00 Time: 49:0 SECOND RACE: (5% Furlronfs)— Major League Box Scores Boston Harper Smith Miller Yasfskl Cepeda Petro'lli FUk Apariclo Evan* Guer'ro Tiant Veal* ab r hbil 4 2 2 olKelly 3 HMuser 0 OlMav I Melton Alvar'o Chicago, Chicago 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 X 0 1 1 0 0 0 0| 0 0 Total 33 511 S Hend'on 4 Herr'nn 4 Bradfd 4 Orta 4 Leon 4 Wood 0 Acostt O ab r h 5 0 1 3 0 2 0 3 0 0 O 0 1 0 1 0 0 Total 33 2 8 2 .WORST SEAT IN THE HOUSE -It's no fun to bi confined | *^by a serious accident or illnsss. But it is comforting to know that an Xtni Life Major Medical Expense Plan can help free you from the worry of "large medical bills. Get the facts from us. LAWRENCE D. JOHNSON INSURANCE Main & Cherry St$. Prion. 342-4191 Representing lh« Atlas JCesually and Surety Company! oi Hsrliord, Conn. 1 -4ETMA CASUALTY m SURETY COMPMr IMITFOM, CONNECTICUT Boston 101 100 011—5 Chicago 001 000 100—2 DP—Boston 1, Chicago. LOB—Boston 3, Chicago 8. 2B—Smith, Harper, Bradford, Orta. HR—Fisk (17). SF—May, Yas- trzemski. lp h Tiant (W 10-8) 7 6 Veale . . 2 2 Wood (L 15-12) 8 >/ 3 11 Acosta . — S 0 Save—Veale (9). r »r bb so 2 2 15 0 0 2 0 5 5 14 0 0 0 1 Monday Kes'nger 4 Wil'iams 4 James Santo Bourq'e Hiser Garrett Hundley Popo'ch Jenkins ab r hbl 5 1 3 6| Thomas Grubb Lee Colbert Gaston San Diego ab r hbl Roberts 4 Andre'n 4 Cor'ales 3 Kendall 1 Kirby 1 Cald'eU 1 J. M'les O Corkins O Ross 0 Lockl'r 1 St. Louis Brock Size'ore M.cC'ver Reitz Torre Sim'ons Cruz Carbo Tyson Gibson ab x h bl 4 0 0 0 O 1 OI 0 10 0 0 0 10 0 110 0 12 111 0 0 0 0 0 0 San Francisco ab r h bi Bonds 4 Fuentes 3 Maddox 4 Goodson 4 Mathe 's 4 Tho'son 4 Speier 3 Rader 3 Barr 1 Ho'arth l McM 'on 0 l l 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Total 32 3 5 3| Total 31 2 7 2 St. Louis . 000 001 200—3 San Francisco 000 001 010—2 LOB—St. Louis 3. San Francisco 6. 2B—Radar, Cruz. HR—Carbo (1). S—Barr. lp h r »r bb so Gibson (W 8-8) i) 7 2 2 2 8 Ran- (L6-8) 8 4 3 3 1 8 McMahon I 10 0 0 1 WP—Gibson. HBP—by Gibson (Rader), Total 37 815 8| Total 35 5 10 5 Chicago 000 050 030—8 San Diego 001 000 130—5 E—Corrales, Corkins. DP—San Diego 2. LOB—Chicago 7, San Diogo 5. 2B—Bourque, Roberts. HR—Monday (21). Colbert (8). SB—Thomas, Grubb. S—Jenkins 2. SF—J. Morales. ip h r «r bb so Jenkins (Wfl-6) 0 10 5 5 1 3 Kirby (L5-9) 4 8 5 4 1 2 Caldwell 3 3 0 0 1 0 Corkins % 4 3 3 1 1 Ross 1 0 0 0 0 0 Kirby pitched to five batters In 5th. Bluntnodr (P. Tedrlck) 5.80 3.40 3.00 And Sun (L. Jensen) 3.60 2.80 Swinging Wonder (J. CanlgUa) 3.00 Time: 1:09.4 Daily Double—3 & 1. Paid $27.60. THIRD RACE: (7 Furlongs) Miss Little River (L. Jensen) 34.80 9.00 5.40 Hasty M. (J. Compton) 3.40 3.00 Eminent Domain (R. Dalgo) 3.20 Time: 1:29.2 FOURTH RACE: (6 Furlongs) Randy's Miss (J. Wash) 15.40 5.20 2.80 Cindy Vennette (J. Caniglia) 2 ,80 2.40 Window Shopper (R. Dalgo) 2 .60 Time: 1:15.1 FIFTH RACE: (5% Furlongs)— Silly Robus (J. Wash) 5 ,60 3 .00 2 .40 Prince Tiger (J. Caniglia) 2.80 2 .40 My Address (L. Jensen) 2.80 Time: 1:08.1 Qulnelia—3 Jk 4. Paid 7.60. SIXTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Genial Champ (.1. Wash) 3.60 2.60 2.60 Ranch Creature (F. Fray) 4.00 3.20 Texas Maverick (T. McNerney) 3.20 Time: 47:3 SEVENTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Robin's Bow (G. Podlinskl) 35.60 15.80 8.20 S. S. Policy (S. Vail) 3.40 3.20 Forth Bird (F. Frey) 6.40 Time: 48 :3 Qulnelia—3 & 8. Paid $45.80. EIGHTH RACE: (7 Furlongs) Jack Royal (J. Wash) 3.80 2.60 2.40 Desert Raider (P. Compton) 3.80 2.80 Whisper When (J. Caniella) 2 .80 Time: 1:28.4 NINTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— Shad O Lark (.T. Wash) 9.80 5.80 3.20 Entre D 'or (S. Vail) 3.80 2 60 Open Trust (P. Compton) 2.40 Time: 1:31.0 Qulnelia—3 & 5. Paid $19.80. Atlanta Garr Perez Evans Aaron Jackson Baker Johnson Dietz Tepe'no Casa'va Schuel'r New York ab r h bl ab r h bl 401 OMays 4000 4 0 0 OMillan 4 0 10 4 0 0 OBoswell 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 OStaub 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 OMilner 3 0 0 0 4 1 2 0 Garrett 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 OlTheod're 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 21 Hodges 2 0 10 0 0 0 OlKoos'an 10 0 0 3 0 0 0 Kranep'l 10 0 0 3 0 0 0| 30 Total Atlanta New York 4 21 Schueler (W 4-4) Koosman (L7-7) Total 28 0 2 0 000 000 200—2 000 000 000—n lp h r srbbso 9 2 0 0 1 9 9 4 2 2 2 6 Amizich Is Early Leader In Tourney GRAND ISLAND, N.Y* (UPI) — Amie Amizich, a retired lieutenant colonel from the Women's Army Corps, is a physical therapist who says she's "the trainer" on the W 0 m e n's Professional Golf tour. The other golfers probably could have taken some training Friday as Miss Amizich shot a blistering 7-under-i>ar 66 to take the ifirst-round lead in the $35 ,000 Marc Equity Classic at River Oaks Golf Course. Pain Higgins of Columbus, Ohio was second with a 68 and Sandra Palmer of Fort Worth, Tex,, third with a 69. Three golfers were tied for fourth place with 70's. I Oalesburr Mendez McKillip B. Chees'n Hendricks Aldrich Krisher Johnson Lewis Gutierrez S. Chees'n ab i fi 2 0 0 Total 23 0 2] Galesburg Ricky Martel William Mendozo Pavelat Majlto Catterton Mosley Cast Moline ab t h 3 0 0 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 Total 26 2 8 .000 000 0—0 East Moline 010 100 x—2 Olde Music Tops Moose In 12-2 Tilt Olde Music Shoppe romped to <a 12-2 victory over Moose Lodge in Connie Mack League action at H. T. Custer Park Friday night. Olde Music scored in five of the seven innings and had a 5- run second frame, white Moose •brought in both of its runs in the third. Tim Shelly ibmited Moose to three base hits in 28 trips to the plate for the win. Mike Adams was the loser. The winners totaled 10 hits in 29 times at bat. Craig Parker led Okie Music with three hits in four at baits. Marty Hansen and Kevin Salsman both contributed two hits. Olde Music GALESBURG ALL CITY , MIN'S GOLF TOURNAMENT finfry llantt Tournomtnf Data: July 21-22; July 21-29 Nam* AdtfrtMi Heme Course No Entry Pee Returned — No Substitution el Entries ENTRY FEE $10 (For Pairing Purpetet Application and Entry Pee Are Requested to be Turned in at One ef the Three Local Courses by July 17.) Tournament committee reserves the right to reject entries. Pioneers, CICL Champions Play Doubleheader Tonight Galesburg will make its final appearance of the CICL first half season tonight against the new league champion—Charleston-Mattoon. It's a double header tonight at H. T. Custer Park with the first game scheduled for 6 p.m. Charleston-Mattoon has a 12-6 season record and has clinched the first half championship. The Pioneers are in fourth place with an 11-10 mark. It will be Butler Manufactur­ ing night tonight at H. T. Custer Park with $100 in cash prizes to be given away. The C-M Twins, who had al ready clinched the first half title earlier, had their winning streak broken in a 16-4 loss at Peoria last night. It was the first loss for the Twins since they dropped two out of three to the Pioneers two weeks ago. Coach Jim Isaacson reports that he will be sending Barry Koeneke, lefthander from the Cubs Cop National League Title in Little League Play le Mooae ab r h ab * h 4 1 2 Hyde 4 1 0 2 2 0 Stevens 4 1 1 S .1 2 Kniss 3 0 0 2 0 0 Sandburg 4 0 0 2 0 0 Smith 4 0 1 2 1 1 Adams 3 0 1 3 1 1 Pepmeycr 3 0 1 4 1 3 Weedman 1 0 0 1 1 0 Towne 0 0 0 3 1 0 Westfall 2 0 0 1 0 1 Woolsey 1 0 0 0 2 0 29 12 10] Total 28 2 3 Hansen Kohl Salsman Shelly Colvin B. Parker Hall C. Parker McClure Benbow Bick Mead Total Olde Music 1-..150 210 3—12 Moose 002 O00 0— 2 Stanley M. Holt Taylor Sibley Yard Blackburn A. Holt Bucks Camp Set to Open The first of three- week-long basketball camps in Galesburg operated by the Milwaukee Bucks begins Sunday with capacity enrollment, according to Knox College Athletic Di rector Harley Knosher. The theree camps will be highlighted by appearances by Bucks players Terry Driscol, Dick Cunningham and Jon Mc Glocklin, along with assistant coach Hubie Brown and former NBA star Wayne Embry, general manager of the Bucks The three sessions are open to boys from fifth through 12th grade. Players are divided into teams and living groups on the basis of age and ability. Each group has its own coach, and instruction is geared to the specific group involved. All boys will room and board in Knox CoUege facilities during the week. The camp tuition of $110 covers all costs for the week. Knosher, the camp director, noted that recreational breaks from basketball are provided during the week, including team and individual participation in activities such as swimming and softball. Monday Hits Grand Slam SAN DIEGO (UPI) - Rick Monday almost made it back to the dugout. The San Diego Pa dres wish he had and stayed there. The 27 - year • old Chicago I outfielder, however, survived a pop foul that Padres catcher Pat Corrales mishandled for an error to hit a grandslam fifth- inning homer in leading the away and started for the dugout. I didn't want to watch it. I really gave up on it." After the ball bounded back onto the field and Monday worked the count full, however, he muscled a Clay Kirby offering over the 17 - foot barrier in centerfield, almost 400 feet away. last outing against the Padres, Jenkins now hasn't lost to the club in his five years of facing them He was not particularly happy about being the target of the Padres 10 - hit attack, however. I'm tired and I'm bored and bored and that's the way I've His 21st homer of the year been pitching," he said. "They Cubs to an 8-5 victory over San | was his third hit of the night got three rallies going against Diego Friday night. 'and gave him six RBIs to hand me and those guys should never 'There's not many times Pat Corrales goes back for the ball and doesn't come back with it," Monday said. "I turned teammate Ferguson Jenkins hisjhave scored five runs. 13th win in 14 career starts j to ° many. That's against the Padres. Getting a no decision in his "To be consistent, you have to get seven or eight good in- nings in. I only had four. I 'm pitching terrible." He gained his ninth victory in 15 decisions, however. Nat Colbert collected his eighth homer of the year in the eighth inning with Johnny Grubb and Leron Lee on base for the Padres' biggest inning. Kirby, who lasted four innings, suffered the loss to make his record 5-9 on the season after winning three straight. Milt Pappas, o -6, goes for the Cubs tonight against San Diego 's Bill Greif, 4-12. The Cubs clinched Little League's National League pen nant Friday night with an 8-7 win over the Dodgers at 0. N. Custer Park.' After falling behind by a 5-0 score, the Cubs had to fight back for the victory. Three runs in the third inning narrowed the margin to 5-3, but the Dodgers came up with two of their own in the fifth.to take the lead 7-3. in the bottom of the sixth and final frame, the Cubs pushed five runs across the plate for the 1-run comenfrom^behind Win. Jchaney Although the losers, the Dodg- fefues ers gave the better offensive |Tayior performance. Losing pitcher Denis BoyJsoh went four for four to lead the team, while Jeff Galixway had three base hits, including a home nun, and Steve Barstow two. Andy Holt picked up the win for the CUbs. None of the Cubs got more than one hit. In the American League game in the nightcap, the Yankees romped by the Tigers 9-3. The Yankees led all the way as the Tigers scored all three runs in the fifth inning alter falling behind 6-0. Tim Rednour hit a home run and got two hits for the Yankees, while teammate Dave Pickrel went two for two. Victor Corpuz led the Tigers with tiwo hits. . Redniaur was credited with the victory, and Eric Crisman took the loss. The Athletics play the Red Sox and the Pirates battle the Cardinate in Little League action this evening. Cubs Dodgers ab t h ab r h 1 1 0 3 2 1 3 11 4 1 1, 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 Boylson Barstow Galloway M. Colvin Vasquez Salsman Cox 0 0 0 |J. Colvin 2 1 OIRuUedge 2 1 HHungate 0 1 OlAUaro Gray Total, 0 4 2 2 2 3 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 University of Missouri, and Tom Steen, righthander from the University of Iowa, against the league winners tonight. According to the most recent statistics released Bob Szczecinski, University of Arizona, was second in the league in hitting. The Pioneer third baseman was 2 2 7>,i CICL Standings (First Half) W L Pet. CB x-Char'l'n-Mat'n 12 6 .667 — Springfield 11 9 .550 Peoria -12 10 .545 Galesburg 11 10 .514 Macomb -11 13 .458 Bloomington 6 15 ,286 x— First Half Champion. Yesterday's Results Peoria 16, Charleston-Mattoon 4 Springfield 3, Macomb 3 Today's Games Bloomington at Peoria, 7:30 p.m. Charleston-Mattoon at Galesburg (Custer Park), 2. 6 p.m. Macomb at Springfield, 7:30 p.m. Sunday's Camel Springfield at Peoria, 7:30 p.m. Galesburg at Bloomington, 2 p.m. End of first half. Total 35 712 21 R Score by innin„_. Dodgers 320 Cubs 003 I. Yankees McVey J. Red'our 2 Sandidge 4 L. Roz'irek 4 Phillips 4 T. Red'our 4 Coe 3 Pickrel 2 Bruner 1 V. Roz'irek 0 Pritchard 1 Peterson 1 Marriman 1 ab r 2 1 020—7 005—8 Tigers ab r h 2 0 1 2 10 2 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 2 Strahlman 2 0 1 Kostelecky 10 0 M. Tadie 1 o o Trimble 2 0 0 Kilpatrick 0 10 P. Tadie 1 o o Powell 2 0 0 Barton 110 Total 22 3 4 Reed Chrism an Anderson LeRoy Corpuz Total 29 9 % Score by innings: Yankees „014 Tigers ^ 000 103—9 030—3 Dave Stockton Cards 63 In Milwaukee Golf Open MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) Dave Stockton can tell you how to shoot a nine-under-par 63 and take the lead in a $130,000 golf tournament. I didn't miss a green and I missed only one fairwayr-and I putted well," Stockton said Friday after moving to the top of the list in the battle for the $26,000 first prize in the Greater Milwaukee Open. His 63—a course record and the second lowest score on the pro tour this season—gave him two-day total of 32, three strokes better than Larry Ziegler who carded 69 for 13S. Stockton, 31, winner of the initial GMO in 1068, said it "was the best round I've ever had (in 10 years) on the tour." First-round leader Bob Goalby, standing third at 136 going into the third round today, said the treacherous winds, which blew up after Stockton's early tee time, "were a big factor" but also blamed his own mistakes. He managed three birdies but they were offset by three bogeys and a double bogey on "stupid shots—not bad shots, just stupid...." Ziegler, who was tied for second after the first rpund, agreed there was "no question about it," that the winds affected play. He also started off badly with bogeys on three of his first six holes. Mike Morley, tied with Ziegler and Buddy Allin after one round, carded a 71 to stand alone in fourth place at 137. Hubie Green and Homero Blancas, with 70 and 71 respectively, came next at 138 while Allin and 1970 GMO Champ Deane Beman were among five at 139. Defending champion Jim Colbert shot his second successive 71 for a 142 total. Young Andy North, the 1969 Wisconsin amateur champion now living in Florida, had the day's second lowest round, a 66. Like Stockton, North had an early tee time and didn't have to contend with the wind. The cutoff was 145, one over par, and 78 players advanced to today 's third round. winging the bat at a robust .407. Babcock of Macomb led at .4J0. Galesburg's Mark Miller, shortstop-second baseman from Texas El Paso, was in a 3-way tie for the league lead in doubles with five. The Pioneers will wind up first half play Sunday when they travel to Bloomington. Volunteer 500 Is Dominated By Chevys BRISTOL, Tena (UPI) Chevrolet^ captured seven of the top 10 qualifying positions Friday for Sunday's running of the Volunteer 500 with C'ale Yarborough of Timmonsville, S.C., sitting on the pole. Yarborough set the pace for the Chevy drivers, turning a fast lap of 106.742 miles per hour, well off the record he set earlier Ithis year at 107.608 m.p.h. The next three positions were taken by Chevrolet drivers Benny Parsons of Ellerbe, N.C., K. D. Ottinger of Newport, Tenn., and Bobby Allison of Hueytown, Ala. Later today, qualifying for the remaining 20 race slots will be held for the race beginning at Bristol International Speedway at 1:30 p.m. EDT. It took defending Grand National champ Richard Petty to break the Chevrolet dominance. Petty took the No. 5 berth by turning 105.244. Two of racing's better known names ran into inspection trouble with NASCAR officials and were disqualified. Buddy Baker's Dodge and Bobby Isaac's Ford both failed to pass wheel base, inspections. It was Parsons who took the outside front row position as the last driver of the day that was hot and humid. He turned 105.749. WARM TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 3124)185 BUTLER MFG. NIGHT FREE CASH PRIZES Pioneer Baseball Game H. T. Custer Pork Sat July 7th - 6:00 P.M. 4 ,

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