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Galesbura fteflL $tgf*MQil # Qalesbufd> luesday, July 10, J973_J7 GALESBURG ALL CITY MEN'S GOLF TOURNAMENT Intry Hank Tournament Dotes: July 21-22; July 28-29 Namt Addraii Hem* Court* No Intry Rtturntd — No Substitution of Intriti INTRY PEE $10 (For Pairing Purpotot Application and Entry No Are Requested to bo Turned in at One of the Three Local Courses by July 17.) Tournament committee reserves the right to reject entries. Former Winners Highlight Entries in All-City Tourney One player has won the All- City five times and two of them are three-time winners in the 15-year history of the annual 72-hole medal pliay tournament. The tournament will get under way July 21 at Bunker Links. After the opening round, in Which the tow 30 and ties will qualify, the meet will move to Lake Bracken on Sunday of that weekend. The Mowing weekend, third round play will be I Monmouth Is Victorious In Connie Mack Monmouth kept Moose Lodge from mounting any threat and notched a 9-0 victory in Connie Mack play at H. T. Custer Park Monday evening. John Schreiber pitched the shutout and allowed only five base hits. Losing hurler was Dave Kniss. Terry Lovdahl led Monmouth with two hits in four trips to the plate, while Dave Stevens went two for two for Moose. A full slate of Babe Ruth games are on tap tonight. Gale Ward battles Firefighters and Police meet Club 19 at H. T. Custer, and Binchliff-Pearson- West faces A&W at the Galesburg High School diamond. Monmouth Moon Pate 3 Q. Malmq't 4 ab r h] Conn Connard Purlee Lovdahl Nelson Mills Shreiber Smith R. Burgl'd G. Burgl'd J. Malmq'st 2 Jenks 2 1 o 1 o 1 1 0 0| 1 1 1 21 Smith 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Hyde Stevens Sandberg Adams WestfaU LaDuke Pepmeyer Kniss Woolsey Neal Weedman Towne ab r 2 0 2 3 3 3 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 Total 24 0 5 Total 33 9 7| Score by innings: Monmouth 021 000 6—9 Moose 000 000 0—0 Midwest League By United Press International Appleton at Waterloo, ppd, rain. Danville 4 Quad Cities 2 Wis. Rapids 5 Burlington 4 Clinton 1 Cedar, Rapids 0 Decatur 4 Quincy 3 Thoroughbred Racing June 16 to Sept 3 Elegant dining from 6:30 PM, for reservations phone 309/792-2026 Exciting Thoroughbred Racing Tuesday thru Saturday Post Time 8PM (rain or shine) South of I-80 on 2 and 92 For Information Phone 309/792-0202 Mutuelly Exciting East Molina Downs EAST MOLfE DOWNS at Soangetaha with the finale back at the city course. For pairing purposes, entries are requested by July 17. Entry fee of $10 must accompany application. Bob Dredge, sometimes termed Mr. Golf in Galesburg, has the most titles to his credit. In addition to the victories since the All-City was first started in: 1958, Dredge won it numer ous times when the Galesburg Junior Golf Meet Slated At Quincy The fifth annual Tri-State Junior Golf Championship for young men will be held July 30 Westview Golf Course in Quincy. Any junior 18 and under may play in the 27-hole stroke-play event. Starting time is 8 a.m., and entry fee is $5. Winner of the tournament will receive the Chuck Ryan Trophy for one year and replica for his own possession. The next four low individuals will also receive trophies. Ryan, former assistant golf professional in Rhode Island and St. Louis, originated the tournament five years ago in an effort to promote junior golf and to offer more competition for young players in the tri- state area. Geof Young of Quincy was winner of the first tournament in 1969. Marty Kelly of Belleville took top honors in 1970 and Mike Kistner of Quincy was the winner in 1971 and 1972. Kistner can not defend his title this year because of the age limit. Entries for the tournament must be received by July 25, along with the $5 entry fee Contact Steve Craimblit, Westview Golf Course, South 36th St., Quincy, 111. 62301. In case of rain, the tournament will be played Aug. 6. Box Scores For Knoxville Church Loop Standings W Corpus Christt 7 Orange Chapel ~. 4 KnoxviUe 4 WUliamsfield 3 L 3 4 6 5 KnoxvUla Albright Ring Marquith Silver Borden Hickerson Newby Gallagher Duckwiler Oralis* Chaptl (Flni Game) •hi h 6 5 6 5 3 3 5 11 6 2 3 4 2 2 4 4 3|Mastin 4 2 4 5 2 4 5 3 3 ab r h LaFoUette 3 2 1 Ra. Nelson 4 0 1 Stevens 2 2 1 Markley 3 2 1 Moore 3 2 3 3 2 2 McKee 3 1 1 Krohn 3 0 0 Ro. Nelson 3 0 0 Total 44 24 29 Score by innings Knoxville Orange Chapel Moore (L 0-1) - Gallagher (W 2-1) - Total 27 1110 470 526—24 ....312 400—11 lp h r sobb ..6 29 25 2 2 .6 1112 KnoxvUle Orange Chapel (Second Game) Albright Ring Marquith SUver Bordren Hickerson Newby Gallagher Duckwiler ab r h| ab r h 3LaFollette 4 3 2 0|Ra. Nelson 4 2 4 II Stevens 3 11 OIJo. Mark'y 2 11 2|Moore 3 0. 1 4!Mastin 3 0 0 HMcKee 3 0 1 2ITo. Mark'y 3 0 1 OIRo. Nelson 2 0 0 iKrohn 10 0 28 7 11 Total 32 6 13[ Total Score by Innings: Knoxville - ....020 211 0—6 Orange Chapel 410 101 x—7 ip h x aobb T. Markley (W 3-0) ~ 7 13 6 0 0 Borden (Ll-1) 6 11 7 2 2 Condren Retired ATLANTA (UPI) - Veteran defensive tackle Glen Condren announced his retirement Monday in order to enter private business after spending the last four seasons with the Atlanta Falcons. golf champion was decided in a match play affair at Bunker Links. > Dredge is also a former Mi nods champion, winning the state amateur title in 1957. Bob Coe, who was on the pro tour until a few years^ago when he regained his amateur standing, won the All-City title three years in a row—1969, 1970 and 1971. Coe, who plays out of Lake Bracken, was runnerup a year before he started his string of three straight titles. Dredge and Coe will be back to try and take the title away from defending champion Jim Wetherbee, but Dave Lund- stroim, a 3-time winner, is an assistant, pro at a country club in Biloxi, Miss., and will not be competing. Golfers winning the M-City one time were Frank Hund in 1960, Pete Boynton in 1961, Jim Oberwortman in 1966 along with Wetherbee last year. Boynton, Oberwortman and Wetherbee are expected to be entered in this year's tournament whiiile Hund has not been a resident of the city for some' time. Last year Wetherbee interrupted a string of three vie tories by Coe who appeared to be starting a new dynasty in GaPjeshurg golf. Many olhserv ers will be watching close to see if Bob can bounce back and make it four out of the last five. 1958—Bob Dredge 1959—Bob Dredge 1960—Frank Hund 1961—Pete Boynton 1962—Bob Dredge 1963—Bob Dredge 1964—Bob Dredge 1965—Dave Lundstrom 1966—Jim Oberwortmann 1967—Dave Lundstrom 1968—Dave Lundstrom 1969—Bob Coe Jr. 1970—Bob Coe Jr. 1971—Bob Coe Jr. 1972—Jim Wetherbee Motorcycle Races Held At Knoxville KNOXVILLE - A total of 110 riders received the flag from official track .starter Donald Baker in the Sportsman '/2-Mile Motorcycle Races at the Knox County Fairgrounds here Sunday afternoon. The amateur races were sponsored by Galesburg's Silver Rims Motorcycle Club. Winners were John F. Boss Jr., lOOcc; Ronald Ribolzi, 125cc; Jerry Underwood, 175cc; Daniel Werckman, 250cc, and Robert Foxajl in the new 360cc class: lOOcc — John F. Boss Jr., Kewanee, Kawasaki. Jerry Bond, Galesburg, Yamaha. Mike Farley, Peru, Yamaha. 125cc — Ronald Ribolzi, Oglesby, Suzuki. Richard K. Shurtrs, Glasford, Yamaha. Norman Bergquist, Elburn, Penton. 175cc—Jerry Underwood, Kewanee, Kawasaki. Ronald Kingsley, Chillicothe, Bultaco. William Miller, Monmouth, Bultaco. 250cc — Daniel Werckman, Peoria, Montessa. Terry Bond, Galesburg. Yamaha. Arlan J. McCool, Cordova, Harley-Davidson. 360cc — Robert Foxall, Bushnell, Yamaha. Charles Foster, Peoria, Yamaha. David Christianson, Galesburg, Kawasaki. Church Team Is Seeking Games Foursquare Church, South and Pearl streets, is seeking playing dates for its girls softball team. The games may either be home or av/ay. Any team interested in playing Foursquare Church should contact coach Claude Goodman at 343-9071 or manager Bill Cadwell at 342-8785. Pioneers Plavl A11StarsAre Legion Is Beaten J If/ I_ J rk„. n mi m Pacers, Macs Galesburg's Pioneers will open second half play tonight at Peoria and play host to Macomb at H. T. Custer Park Wednesday night. Central Illinois Collegiate League finished the first half Sunday with all teams having a day off Monday. Charleston - Mattoon, which was down in the standings in the first few weeks, came out oh top in first half play. Galesburg finished in fourth place with a 12-11 record. Coach Jim Isaacson says that he will send Bob Walker, North Central College, tonight at Peoria and Mike Mackie, Illinois State University, against the Macs tomorrow night. Isaacson made no predictions for the second half but thinks the Pioneers will be a strong contender. "We've got as good a chance as anyone," the Galesburg coach said. "We've got to stop leaving so many men on bases and get those base runners around. A lot depends on just how bad we want to win the second half." After losing the first two games of the season, the Pio- ners started putting things together and were a contender until the last week of first half play. As is the case every year in the CICL, the teams are pretty evenly balanced and just about anyone is capable of winning the second half. Charteston-Mattoon didn't figure to be in the race at all, but went a stretch of almost two weeks without losing a game They lost only one game in the last two weeks of play. According to latest league statistics, the Pioneers' Bob Szc zecinski, third baseman from the University of Arizona, was running second in league bat ting with a robust .407 mark Bill Babcock of Macomb, was leading with a .410 average. Wednesday's game between Macomb and Galesburg at H. T Custer is scheduled for 7:30. Knocked Out Of District Red Sox, Yankees Register Wins in Little League Play In Little League make-upPowelil also had two hits for the Tigers. Bob Anderson took the defeat. Tonight's action has the Giants facing the Dodgers in the first game and White Sox playing the Tigers in the second. MILAN — Galesburg's Babe Ruth American League All- Stars were eliminated from the District Tournament here over the weekend. The All-Stars fell to Moline 11-2, and then dropped a 6-5 squeaker to Rock Island. Galesburg's other entry, the National League All-Stars, suf fered their second defeat last By In Three Tournament WOOD RIVER—Against tough competition Galesburg American Legion Post 285 lost three games in the Wood River Tournament here last weekend. On Saturday evening the Legionnaires were edged 4-1 in eight Innings by the Kentucky state champions, Paducah. In the consolation bracket, Galesburg saw an early lead sl'i away and fell to the Indiana week in the double elimination state ohamips, Evansville, in Hie tourney. The Americans were| first & am e Sunday, while host Wood River shut out the locals 4-0 in the second game. Now 17*7 for the season, the Legion will be in action again were 2-0 going into the weekend's ac^ tion. Eric Doss was the losing pitcher against Moline as Burke was the winner. In the Rock Island contest, Scott Kimble was credited with the defeat, while Cooklin was the victor. Against Moline the All-Stars managed only three base hits but had 10 against Rock Island. Wayne Weedman went three for four and Jay Stone two for four to lead the team in the latter game Galesburg Rock Island Garr Perez Evans Baker Johnson Dietz Teped'o Lum Oates Reed Free 'an Goggin Panther Jackson Frisella Casa'ova 1 House O MUler 1 Hoerner 0 games at O. N. Custer Park Monday night, the Red Sox shut out the White Sox 7-0 and the Yankees breezed by the Tigers 13-6. The Red Sox held a 1-0 lead from the second inning until the sixth when six big runs oame across the plate for the final score. The White Sox cowld not manage a run in the opener. Don Simmons homered for the Red Sox, and winning hurl er Riick Nelson gpt three base hits in as many .times at bat For the White Sox loser Mitch McMillan, Dave Toilley and Ricky Robertson, all went two for three. The Yankees gave an offensive performance in the nightcap, pounding out 12 hits and scoring 13 runs. Tim Rednouir led the way with three hits in four trips to the jpitaite, while Butch Sandidge, Lou Rozmiarek, winning pitcher Todd Phil lips and Coe contributed two apiece. Victor Corpuz, TrimMe and Tigers Tadie Corpuz Strahlman Leroy Anderson Crisman M. Reed Kostelecky Trimble Barton P. Reed Powell Total ab r h 2 0 0 Yankees ab r h Pickrel 200 Llthander loo Sandidge 4 2 2 L. Roz'rek 3 2 2 T. Red'our 4 1 3 Phillips 4 2 2 Pickrel 1 l o £° e , 3 12 Merriman 7 0 0 Bruner 0 1 o J. Red'our 0 0 0 McVey o 1 O IPritchard 1 \ ? V. Roz'rek 0 10 Total 30 13 12 ab r h ab r h Camper 4 0 1 Dear 4 0 0 Smith 2 0 0 Tingle • 4 2 3 Doss 4 1 1 Cooklin 3 1 t) Stone 4 1 2 Boylcs 3 0 0 Hannam 4 t 1 Thorn ps'n 3 1 I Weedman 4 1 3 Carbono 3 0 0 Llbby 3 1 1 Yentcr 3 1 1 McKie 0 0 o Brown 3 1 1 Kimble a 0 1 Jones 3 0 1 Glasnovich 2 0 0 Vargas l n 0 Total 31 5 10 Total 29 6 ~7 Galesburg Moline Galesburg ab r h ab r h Camper 3 0 0 Verstcm'tc 4 2 2 Kimble 3 0 0 Bamelyn 3 2 1 Nemeth 1 0 0 Eckert 4 1 2 Doss 3 0 1 Burke 4 1 1 Weedman 4 0 1 Inskeep 3 1 1 Hannam 2 0 0 Lcdbetter 3 1 1 Riley 1 0 0 Kller 4 0 0 Libby 2 0 0 Lester 2 1 1 Bacon O 0 0 Johnson 1 0 0 Stone 3 0 OlOhlsan 3 2 McKie O 0 0 Smith 2 1 1 Glasnovich 0 0 0 Vargas 1 1 0 Total 24 2 3 Total 31 11 11 29 6 8 Score by innings: Tigers 050 01— 6 Yankees 014 26—13 Red Sox Mendcz Huffman Nelson Simmons Roehlk Alexander McDon'gh Lamp Zauhar ab r hi 3 1 OIBenge 2 1 OILaFollette 3 1 3lMcMillan 4 1 llTolley 4 O OiRobertson , 2 2 HEllison 2 0 01 2 0 0 2 1 1 Smith Townsend McQuillen iSauter White Sox ab r h 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 0 10 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 24 0 0 Total 24 7 6| Total Score by innings: Red Sox „j 010 OOG—7 White Sox 000 000—0 Major League Box Scores Atlanta ab * hbl 6 0 3 1 Philadelphia tblhbl Rob'son 5 1 1 2 Doyle 4 Harmon 1 Mont'ez 4 Luz'6ki 4 Unser 4 Schmidt 4 Boone 3 Bowa ICarlt'n Scarce Pagan Lersch Total 36 611 6 Score by innings Atlanta ._• Atlanta 000 Philadelphia __-001 Total 37 3 9 3 000 001 002 001 002 100 010 3—6 0—3 ip h r er bb to Reed 33a 3 2 2 0 4 Freeman '/a 0 0 O 0 1 Panther 2 3 0 0 0 1 Frisella 2 2 110 1 House (Wl-1) 1 1 0 0 0 1 Hoerner '.. 1 0 0 0 0 1 Carlton 8 9 3 3 4 6 Scarce 1 0 0 0 1 2 Lersch (L2-4) 1 2 3 3 2 Houston Wynn Metzger Cedeno Gal'gher Watson Agee Rader May Helms Jutze Wilson Alou York Total ab v hbl 6 0 2 0 New York ab * h bl Garrett 5 0 1 Millan 6 0 1 Jones SOI Staub 5 0 1 Kranep'l 4 Mart'ez Milner Hodges Harm Dyer Har'son Beauc'p Stone IParker ISeaver IBoswell ICapra IMays 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 O 0 0 0 O 1 O 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 43 1 7 11 Total 43 2 9 2 Two outs when winning run scored. Score by Innings: Houston 000 000 100 000—1 New York 000 000 001 001—2 lp h r er bb so Wilson - - 11 7 113 9 York (L3-4) 2 /a 2 1 1 0 0 Seaver 7 5 1118 Capra - 2 10 0 11 Parker (W 6-2) 3 10 0 14 Balk—Wilson. T—3:09. A—19.099. Cincinnati ab r h bi Rose Morgan Dries'en Menke Bench Perez Tolan Conc'on Stahl Cosco Ger'n'mo 1 Hall Borbon Gagl'no Sprague King Carroll Montreal ab r h bl Hunt 4 112 Mashore 2 0 0 Day Scott Bailey Bre'den Wooris Fairly Sing'on Boc'b'la Frias Stone'n Renko Walker Hu'p'ey Gilbert Jarvis Stroh'er 0 Jorg'en 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 Total 35 6 10 6 Total 34 11 10 11 Score by innings: Cincinnati . 301 007 000—11 Montreal „ 021 100 002— 6 E—Concepcion, Jarvis. DP—Cincinnati 2, Montreal 1. LOB—Cincinnati 13, Montreal 13. 2B—Bench, Hunt, Brecden, Jorgensen, Bailey. HR—Morgan (11), Bench 06), King (3). SB—Concepcion. S—Mashore, Menke. SF— Bench. ip Hall ..• 3 Borbon -- 1 Sprague (W 1-3) 1 Carroll 4 Stoneman 2 Walker 1 Gilbert (L 1-2) 2 Jarvis *•'•> Strohmayer Scott triple and single given up by Franckey turned into four runs. In the bottom of the final inning Galesburg was unable to score. Guttry preserved the shutout as he gave up only one hit. Wood Rivet Qtletbura ab r h Broadway 2 11 Zumwalt 3 10 Grenzeb'k 4 10 Tucker 4 11 Downed 4 0 2 Tschannen 4 0 0| Goforth 3 0 0 Booher 2 0 2 Guttry 3 0 0 ab r h 'Jackson"" 3 0 0 Baker Vitali McKillip Blixt . Yard IT. Nelson Johnson Franckey 4 0 0 10 0 3 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 Total 29 4 6'. Score by innings: Wood River ... Galesburg Total' 20 0 1 .000 000 4—4 .000 000 0—0 Player of Week SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -I Bob Bailey, of the Montreal' Expos, who banged out 14 hits in 34 at-bats for an average of .412 during the period of July 2 through 8, was named the National League's Player-of the-Week Monday by league President Charles S. Feeney. Wednesday night. Post 285 plays a doubleheader at Limestone. Going into the weekend's action the Legion boaisted a .380 team batting average. However, the Legionnaires were able to get only nine hits in the three games to the opponents' 21. In Saturday's game Paducah tagged losing pitcher Kirk King for a single and double to take] the lead 1-0. The lead held until the bottom of the seventh •when Mark Thicl led off with a foomie run to tie the score and •'.draw the game into extra innings. Four hits in the top of the eighth aiowed the Kentucky team to push across three runs, and Steve Darnell held Gatles- burg scoreless in its half of the inning for the 4-1 decision. Unlike the first game, Galesburg had the early lead in Sunday's opener. The Legion moved ahead 1-0 in the top of the first inning only to have Evansville bring in two in the bottom of •the frame. Winning pitcher Robert held the Legion scorc- less the rest of the way. Danny Jacobs was the loser I«i3ter being relieved by Bob I Berry in the third inning. Kevin Jiaicksion went two for four at the plate in the losing effort. Gatesibnrg's Forry Franckey and Wood River's Guttry had a etching duel in the third game, both having shutouts going through six innings. But in the top of the seventh two walks, a Galesburg Jackson R. Nelson Blixt Thlel Yard Vitali Wilder Thompson Baker T. Nelson McKillip Johnson Jacobs Berry ab r h 4 1 2l\Vambach 0 OlStinson 0 UMattingly 0 OlfCourtney 0 OlParrott 0 OlMorotto, 0 OlWill • 0 OlBender 0 OiRoberts 0 P 0 0 o o; 0 0! 0 0 EvanavllU ab r h 2 1 1 3 12 3 1 2 3 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 1 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total-. * 24 4 7 Kentucky Edward Keeling Hoffman Rock Shldat Luigs Sowash Darnell Sanders Total 26 1 3 Score by innings Galcsburgr 100' 000 Evansville 200 110 0—1 x—4 ab r h 4 1 II Jackson 4 1 tin. Nelson 3 1 UThlol 4 0 OlVltall 4 0 HWilder 4 0 lIThompson 3 1 2IT. Nelson 3 0 HJohnson , 3 0 OlMcKillip" IKing IBllxt Galciburq ab r h 4 n i 4 0 0 3 1 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 n o l 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 Total Kentucky Gnlesburg 32 4 8 Total • 28 1 5 . 000' 100 03—4 000 000 10—1 Astros Get Pizarro HOUSTON (UPI) - The Houston Astros have acquired veteran left-hander Juan Pizarro in an effort to bolster the club's sagging bullpen. The 36-year-old Puerto Rican screwball pitcher, purchased from Wichita in the American Association, was to join the Astros Monday night in New York for the opener of a three- game series against the Mets. To make room for Pizarro on their rositcr, the Astros returned utility player. Rafael Batista to their Denver farm club. ;;, GOOD NEWS TO SAVERS h 3 1 0 6 4 1 1 3 2'/ 3 0 1 1 r ar bb to 4 4 7 6 0 O 0 0 Naw York ab r hbl Clarke M Alou White Murcer Hart Nettles Munson F. Alou Michael Medich Lyle 4 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 Chicago ab r hbl Kelly 5 13 2 Muser. 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 OlAndrews 0 0 0 0 4 11 OlMav 4 0 2 1 3 0 0 OlMelton 4 0 0 0 4 1 0 OIHend'on 3 0 0 0 3 1 1 2lHerr'nn 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 HAlvar'o 1110 3 0 0 O'Bradf'd 4 110 0 0 0 OlOrta 4 1 1 0 0 0 OILeon IWood 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 31 3 6 3| Total 35 4 8 4 One out when winning run scored. Score by innings: New York 030 000 000—3 Chicago 000 000 022—4 ip h r »r bb so Medich 7'/ 3 4 2 2 1 5 ,LyIe (L2-5) ... 1 4 2 2 1 1 IWood (W 16-12) 9 6 3 3 2 5 I T—2:06. A—20,882. TRUCK INSURANCE 1 UNIT OR 100 UNITS CALL FOR A QUOTE TODAY AND SAVE — SAVE — SAVE Prompt Local Claim Service ROBERT MILLER AGENCY CHERRY & SIMMONS 343-1168 5.25% "Instant Interest" Compounded Doily From Date of Deposit To Date of Withdrawal But It Earns — o 39> If Left Undisturbed Compounded Daily For One Year AT — SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN AND CHERRY STREETS GALESBURG, ILLINOIS X

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