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1- -.• Drop 2 of 3 BLOOMlNGTO^ - GaMifg titMA wit first hatf play in the C dni ra 1 Illinois- CdUeglate LeagiM Sunday with a 4*2 vks lory over the Blotxningtoft Bobcats and Wound up with a ,500 mark. Fifst half play wound up with the Pioneers in fourth place with a record of 12 wins and 12 losses. League teams are off today with Galesburg open- Expo* Buying Lintz MONTREAL (UPI) - The Montreal Expos Sunday announced they were purchasing the contract of Larry Lintz from Peninsula of the International'.League to fill in for injured Tim Foli. Lintz, a shortstop, leads the IL in stolen bases with 47 and is to report in time for Monday night's game against the Houston Astros. He is being brought up to replace Foli who fractured his jaw in a collision with the Astros' Bob Watson in Sunday's 9-7 Expos' loss. A Montreal spokesman said the decision to place Foli on the disabled list will not be made until after consultation with doctors on Monday and if Foli is not disabled, the Expos will create roster space for Lintz by removing "somebody else." CKX Standings ifiMi rititititir Jt -ChaTrt'Sfarn 14. 6 .700 Peoria . t .u.M 10 .M3 i Springfield „.,..ll 11 .800 4 Galesburf ——12 12 .500 4 Macomb 1—-12 13 .480 4V 2 Bloomirtgtori 6 17 .261 9% x—denotes first-half champion. YMNfdaf'i Rtiultt Peoria 7, Springfield 2 Galesburg 4, Bloomington 2 TMty'i Oamet No games scheduled Tutiday'i OamM (Second Half of Season Begins) Springfield at Charleston-Mattoon, 7:30 p.m., Baker Field, Charleston. Bloomington at Macomb. 5:30 p.m. Galesburg at Peoria, 7:30 p.m. ing second half at Peoria Tuesday and playing host to Macomb Wednesday. Gary Bradley's bases-loaded triple was the big blow for the Pioneers Sunday and Barry Koeneke got the win in relief. In 5% innings of relief Koeneke allowed just . three hits while striking out eight and walking nine. He came on in relief for starter Steve Klein. The Pioneers got good relief pitching and 18 base hits but lost out 8-7 to Charleston-Mattoon in a 13-inning, 4-hour opener played Saturday night at H. T. Custer Park. 1 In the second game, which didn't get under way until 10:25 p.m., Charleston-Mattoon won 3-0 behind the shutout pitching of pwaine Nelson. Bob Szczecinski, who was sec­ ond in the league in batting according to the most recent CICL statistics, and Mike Hiemerding- er each had four hits in the first game. Szczecinski also went two for three in the victory Sunday. Twin pitcher Nelson allowed nine hits in the second game but walked none and fanned seven. It was his fourth win of the season against no losses. Mike Mackie relieved Pioneer starter Koeneke in the first game Saturday and did a good job for three and a third innings. Paul Kreke went the rest of the way, six and two-thirds innings, Major League Box Scores Boiion Harper Aparlcio Yast'ski Cater Cepeda Hunter Fisk Miller Evans Guer'ro Ken'edy Pattin Newh'er (lit lb r h 3 0 0 O 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Game) blj OIKelly "JMuser May- Sharp Melton Hend'on Herr'nn iBradf'd OlOrta Leon Stone Acosta Chicago lab r hbl 1 1 Total 30 1 3 0| Total 33 610 5 Score by Innings: Boston — 000 000 010—1 Chicago 200 130 OOx—6 E— Kennedy 2. DP—Boston 1, Chicago 2. LOB—Boston 71 Chicago 10. 2B—Melton, May, Henderson. HR —May (8), Bradford (3). S—Muser. _ lp h r erbbao Pattin (L 8-11) 4Va 6 5 5 2 0 Newhauser :__ 3^3 4. 1 1- 4 2 Stone (W4-4) —_ 7% 5 11 4 7 Acosta . 1 Va 0 .0 0 0 0 Save—Acosta (7). HBP—by Stone (Guerero). WP—Acosta, Newhauser. T—2:40. Chicago Brock Sise'ore McC'ver Torre Sim'ons Cruz Carbo Tyson Wise Hra'sky Dwyer Granger Folkers _ Mel'ndez 0 Segui 0 Boston Harper Guer'ro Yast'ski Cepeda Oglivie Petro'lli Miller Montg'ry 6 Evans 4 Hunter 2 Culp 0 Moret 0 (2nd Game) r hbll Kelly Muser May Melton Hend'on Bradf'd Orta Leon Brink'n Herr'nn Johnson Gossage Forster Kealey hbl 0 0 Total 4411 1611| Total 32 2 4 2 Score by innings: Boston 020 000 000 9—11 Chicago 000 002 000 0—2 E—Orta. DP—Boston 2. LOB— Boston 15, Chicago 5. •' 2B—Harper, Montgomery, May, Evans, Hunter. HR—Bradford (4), Montgomery (4). S—Hunter, Harper. SB—Hunter, Miller. ip h r •rbhio Culp \ - 6 4 2 2 4 2 Moret (W3-0) .... 4 10 0 12 Johnson 5 7 2 2 3 3 Gossage a 3 0 0 0 1 0 Forster (L2-2) .— 2 2 / 3 4 3 3 3 2 Kealey % 5 6 6 2 0 Johnson pitched to one batter In 6th. HBP—by Johnson (Hunter). PB—Brinkman. T— 2:51. A—19,802. Si. Loult ab r 4 1 Ban Francisco h bi ab r h bl 1 1 Bonds 4 12 0 2 OFuentes 5 12 0 2 IMaddox 10 10 1 1 Car'hers 0 0 0 0 2 1 McC'ey 3 13 2 0 0 Phillips 0 0 0 0 1 OGoodson 5 0 2 1 0 0 Howarth 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mat'ws 5 0 11 0 0 Thorn'on 4 12 0 1 0 Speier 5 0 2 0 0 ORader 3 10 0 0 0 Bradley 2 0 0 0 0 0 Arnold 0 0 0 1 0 0 Sosa 0 0 0 0 Total 36 410 4| Total 37 515 5 Score by innings: St. Louis —.200 000 200-^4 San Francisco 000 013 lOx—5 E— McCarver, Goodsoh, Bradley, Speier. DP—San Francisco 1. LOB —St. Louis 11, San Francisco 14. is^B-i'Torre, Simmons, Thomasson. 3B-^-Dwyer. S—Wise, Sizemore, Bradley. SF—Simmons, Arnold. ip h r «r bb to Wise —- 51 /a 10 4 4 3 7 Hrabosky . . % 0 0 0 0 0 Granger (L2-3) — 0 2 110 0 Folkers 1 1 0 0 0 0 Segui : ~-~ 1 2 0 0 0 0 Bradley (W 8-7) .. 7 8 4 4 2 4 Sosa 2 2 0 0 1 2 Granger pitched to two batters in 7th. Save—Sosa (7). HBP—by Wise (Maddox). PB—Hader. T—2 :53. A—19,212. Chicago ab r Monday 4 0 Kes'nger WU'iams Santo Carde'al Fanzone Hundley Popo'ch IHooton Bonham San ab Thomas 5 Grubb Lee Colbert Gaston Roberts KendaU R. M'les 2 0 OILock'ar 0 0 OlAnder'n 0 IJones 4 hbl 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Diego r hbl 1 2 1 2 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 Total 32 2 4 1| Total 35 413 3 Score by innings: Chicago . 000 020 000—2 San Diego . 000 010 12x—4 E —Grubb. Gaston. DP—Chicago 1. LOB-^Oiicago 4, San Diego 9. 2B—Monday. HR—Grubb (4). SB Hundley, Thomas. S—Anderson. ip h r er bb so Hooton (L8-7) 7V 3 12 4 4 1 6 Bonham % 1 0 0 0 0 Jones (W2-2) —. 9 4 2 1 1 6 T—2:15. A—11,786. THAT ELEGANT STRAIGHT-8 ( Built for the perfectionist) and turned in probably his best effort of the season in a losing cause. Oaieiburg Westfall Hei'dinger Hoscheidt Szcz'cinski Purcell Miller Bradley McCarthy BriskCy Klein Koeneke ab t •loeittlngion hi ab t h 2|Lyall OlCarter 1 Icurran 2iColby 0 Crowley 0 DiAngelis 1 Landrum O'Juday Shade Total 27 4 6| Total 33 2 7 Galesburg 000 400 000—4 Bloomington — 000 101 000—2 Ip h f •» bb so Klein . - 3«a 4 114 1 Koeneke (W5 -1) . S*,i 3 1 1 0 8 Shade (L2-4) ... 9 6 4 4 6 6 Four Little League Games Are Played Over Weekend The Red Sox and Cardinals posted wins in Little League piay at 0. N. Custer Park Saturday night. In make-up games Sunday evening, the Indians au:d Braves were victorious. The Red Sox routed the Athletics 20-4 in Saturday's opener. The Sox had six base hits in 23 times at bat with Nelson going two for four and Don Simmons blasting a grand slam. Brian Huffman was the winner, and Steve Schwab took the loss. Also getting an easy win in the nightcap were the Cards, defeating the Pirates by a 16-2 Triplets Post Worst Record In American By United Press International , It wasn't easy, but the floundering E v a n s v i 11 e Triplets chalked up four losses during the weekend and wound up with the worst record among the eight teams in the American Association baseball chase. The Triplets, visiting Tulsa's Oilers for doubleheaders both Saturday and Sunday, lost 6-1 and 3-2 Sunday following 6-2 and 11-2 defeats Saturday, and today their won-lost record at the. bottom of the East Division standings' was 31-46 compared with 31-45 for Oklahoma City, in the West Division basement. The Oklahoma City 89ers beat the Indianapolis Indians 9-7 Sunday to avoid having a record worse than Evansville's. The Tribe won their Saturday encounter 3-0. In other games, Iowa edged Denver 6-5 to hold a three- game lead over runner-up Indianapolis in the East standings and Omaha beat Wichita 3-1. Wichita stayed two, games ahead of Denver in the West standings. Two Racers Killed MONZA, Italy (UPI) - A crash on the same spot where Finnish ace Jarno Saarinen and Italy's Renzo Pasolini died May 120 took the lives of two more motorcyclists Sunday, Monza track officials said. Renato Galtrucco of Milan and Renzo Colombini of Livorno were injured fatally in a pileup involving 12 riders in the fifth lap of a race counting toward the Italian Juniors 500cc Championship. Sports Awards In All Galesburg High School spring sports awards have arrived and may be picked up at the high school's main office. Athletica ab t S. McBrlde 4 1 score, Credited with victory was Kevin Thierry, while the loser was R. D. Nordgren. Jeff Turney, who went three for four, smashed two home runs in the winning effort. Campbell got two hits in three at bats for the Cards and Watson did the same for the Pirates. There were almost identical scores in Sunday's games. The Indians topped the Tigers 11-6, and the Braves defeated the Dodgers 11-7. Winning pitcher Curt Cunningham went two for four to further his own cause, and teammate Curt Anderson hit a home run. Taking the defeat was the Tigers' Wayne Strahjman. Mark Sprague homered for the Braves as well, while Casey Piggee and Dave Cervantez contributed two hits apiece. Victor Vasquez went three for four, and Denis Boylson and Jeff Galloway both got two hits for the Dodgers. Monmouth Is 5-4 Winner Over Moose One run in the top of the seventh inning gave Monmouth a 5-4 victory over Moose Lodge in Connie Mack League action at H. T. Custer Park Sunday night. Monmouth held a 4-1 lead after five and a half innings, but Moose pushed across three runs in the bottom of the sixth to tie the game. Monmouth then brought in the game-winning score in the seventh. Rick Conn was the winning hurler for Monmouth, and Jim Westfall was the loser. For Monmouth, which had seven base hits in 30 trips to the plate, Doug Nelson led the way by going two for three. Carl Sandberg knocked out two hits in four times at bat to top Moose, which totaled five hits in 28 at bats. Monmouth ib r h, Pate 4 o 1 Stevens Monday July 9, 19 Schwab DeJaynes Smith Boone Buck Larson Schwab Mahnesm'h 0 Hendricks 2 D. McBride 1 Holt 1 Masterson 1 Red ab S. Hutt'an 3 Simmons 1 Nelson 4 1 [Frank 1 OIB. Huif'an 3 llKeithley 2 OlWright Sox r h Herrin Beserra Mendez Robertson McDon'gh Lamp Zauhar Alexander Roehlk Total 2 2 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Moos* ab r h 2 1 1 4 1 2 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 25 4 5 Total 23 20 6 Plraiei Nemeth Makeever Nordgren Watson Bltcon Sramek Tipsword Larkins Richmond Cheesman Total ab t h| 0 1 1 Isaacson T. Glas'ch Thierry Turney Mitchell M. Fields Berry 0 0|CampbelI 0 OUacobson 0 OlJnckson iMcGuire IMims IPyatt J. Fields iDavidson J. Glas'ch Cardinals ab t h 1 4 0 0 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 25 2 61 Total 33 1611 Braves Sprague Felz Piggee McKillip Colwell Connors Cervantez Webber Sparling Alexander Perez ab r Dodgers Boylson Barstow Galloway Colvin Vasquez Cox Salsman Dragoo Mixon OHungate Brown Mangier! ab r 3 2 Total 30 11 6| Total 25 7 8 Score by innings: Braves 630 020—11 Dodgers 004 210— 7 Indians ab r h 1 Tigers ab r Strahlman 4 1 Kil pa trick Corpuz LeRoy Anderson Chrisman M. Reed Powell Curry Barton P. Reed M. Tadie Kostelecky P. Tadie S. Reed ULnwson 1 (Cecil OlAnderson O.Unger liCun'gham 0!Powell OjWelch OlSnyder O'Overton OlMcPherrin 0 0 0 OUohnson 2 11 0 0 0 0 4 2 4 2 4 4 2 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Total 25 6 3| Total 28 11 9 Score by innings Tigers - 300 111— 6 Indians 600 23x—11 Q. Malm'ist 4 1 1 Sandberg Conn a 1 1 Hyde Conard 4 0 1 Smith Purlee 4 10 Adams Lovdahl 3 1 1 Knlss Nelson 3 1 2 LaOuke B. Burgl'd 1 0 0 Ferguson J. Malm'ist 2 0 0 Westfall Jenks 10 0 Neal R. Burgl'd 10 0 Total 30 5 7 Total 28~4~5 Score by innings: Monmouth 010 210 1—5 Moose J ...O0O 103 0—4 East Moline Race Results FIRST RACE: (5V4 Furlongs)— House Speaker (L. Jensen) 14.00 5.20 5.20 Raps (P. Compton) 3.00 2.80 Short Cape (T. McNerney) 3:40 Time: 1:07.0 SECOND RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Nay Lexington (R. Dalgo) . 12.40 7.20 4.40 Rajani (J. Wash) 5.40 4.60 Cedars Pocket (C. J. Gilbert) 5.40 Time: 1:15.4 Daily Double—5 & 4. Paid $200.20. THIRD RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Apache Blue (J. Wash) 4.00 2.80 2.40 Rosed (J. Compton) 3.80 2.60 Irish Scott (J. Caniglla) 3.00 Time: 1:15.1 FOURTH RACE: (1 1/16 mile)— Mack Red (J. Wash) 5.00 2.60 2.60 Silver Man (J. Compton) 2.80 2.60 Sir Gillie (J| Caniglia) 3.20 Time: 1:50.3 FIFTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— My Game (G. Birzer) 12.00 6.20 4.80 Sports Picture (C. J. Gilb't) 4.40 3.80 Rio Bed (B. Jensen) 6.00 Time 47:2 Quinella—8 & 5. Paid $29.20. SIXTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Baby Me (L. Jensen) 15.60 4.40 4.20 Gogo Dets (S. Vail) 2.80 2.80 La Monica '(G. Podlinskl) 4.20 ^ Time: 1:13.4 SEVENTH RACE: (5i/ a Furlongs)— Manhattan Miss (P. Compton) 6.60 4.00 2.60 Whispering Fisher (J. Gill) 6.80 2.60 Hastematic (C. J. Gilbert) 2.20 G. I'm Reddy, (J. Schmidt) 2.20 Time: 1:08.4 Quinella—7 & 5. Paid $34.80. EIGHTH RACE: (6 Furlongs) Chad's Jet- (G. Birzer) 5.80 3.40 2.40 Crow Rhythm (R. Young'n) 6.00 2.80 Six Blue (G. Podlinski) 2.40 Time: 1:14.0 NINTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Queen Novn (C. J. Gilbert) 8.60 4.60 3.40 Golder Puppet (P. Tedrick) 5.60 4.80 Iron Lightning (J. Comnton) 5.00 Time: 1:15.4 Quinella—3 & 4. Paid $21.00. Illinois Drivers Win at Dragway UNION GROVE, Wis. (UPI) —Drivers from Illinois took all three divisions Sunday in races at the Great Lakes Dragway. Roger Townsend of Niles, 111., won the combo eliminator division. He drove his dragster through the quarter mile in 10.43 seconds reaching a speed of 132.54 miles per hour. Tony Christian of Arlington Heights, 111., won the unit stock division with a time of 11.74 seconds and a speed of 102.03 miles per hour. Gary Roeden of Chicago won the over-all stock division with a time of 12.87 seconds and speed of 103.96 miles, per hour. Bradford Hits Third u, J I f Jt4 IL - I White Sox' Buddy Bradford has been doing well since replacing the injured Dick Allen. Sunday Bradford smashed a home run, his third round-tripper since reporting to the Sox from the minor leagues last week, in the first game of a doublcheader to help Chicago" defeat the Boston Red Sox 6-1. ' Sox Win Opener 6-1 Behind Stone, Lose 11-2 in Nightcap CHICAGO (UPI) — It looks like two days of rest is just what the doctor ordered for Steve Stone. The doctor in this case is Chicago White Sox pitching coach Johnny Sain. Stone who celebnaiteshis 21st birthday Saturday, picked up his fourth win Sunday by beating Boston 6-1 in the front end of a doubleiheader. The Red Sox won the second game 11-2. Victimized all season by some sloppy defensive play and lack of hitting, Stone turned in his finest performance since coming from the San Francisco Giants. He said that pitching with two days' nest "has got me in a position where I know I have to work more often but I'm wiling to do it because I think it's best for me. "Johnny Sain asked me the other day if I could pitch with two days' rest and I told him that he didn't have to ask. I would raither work more often because it doesn't give me as [much time to worry about the next game. With two days' rest I won't throw as hard but 1 will condition myself so that I can throw more often. "You have to tell yourself not to <be afraid and at the same time accept greater responsi­ bility." Stone admitted he got into trouble earlier in the season because he started experimenting with a slider. And at the same time "I rejected my curve ball because I needed another pitch to go along with my fast ball. I found out much to my ombar rasstnent that I was not getting the baill over and consequently was falling behind on every lu'tter. "I made up my mind against Boston to go back to my curve and it sure worked out. They got five singles and I struck out seven. My curve ball kept the Boston lutters off balance. "With two days' rest..now I Mink I'll be a bolter pitcher; and it isn't, optimism that makes me say that. It's the confidence that Manager Chuck Tanner has placed in me." WARM TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE S420185 ELECTRONIC CALCULATORS You Can CounrOn ROSS SHAVER & TYPEWRITER Ph. 343-7917 112 E. MAIN ST The Car: Auburn's 1935 Supercharged Speedster Each one carried a dashboard piate certifying a tested speed over 100 mph. The Whiskey: the elegant straight-8 bourbon by Hiram Walker himself. Made for the perfectionist and aged 8 years in the oak. WALKER'S DELUXE That elegant straight-8 STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY < 66 PROOF • HIRAM WALKER £ SONS INC.. PEORIA. ILL. 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