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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 17, 1963
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18 Golesburg Register-Moil,Gatesburg, III. Thursdoy, Oct. 17, 1963 Aaron Says i ADDIT K>NAL EQUIPMENT Baseball Is Tiring Job MILWAUKEE (AP) - Willie Mays, who complained that baseball is a tiring bit of busi ness, ha9 company. The Milwaukee Braves' slugging Hank Aaron says he was exhausted at the end of the past season. Aaron, who was named earll er in the week as baseball's slugging leader, also said Wednesday night he was not satisfied. "Frankly, I'm disappointed I didn't win the Triple Crown the past year," said the Braves outfielder. Aaron, who topped the slug gers with a .586 average on 370 total bases in 631 times at bat, also led the majors in runs batted in with 130. He tied the San Francisco Giants' Willie McCovey for home run honors with 44 and finished in a tie with the St. Louis Cardinals Dick Groat for third place in the batting derby on a .319 average. He also stole 31 bases. The fatigue factor in baseball was spotlighted when the Giants' Mays collapsed at the plate and had to be rested as the National League pennant race was being resolved. Aaron, who played in all but two of Milwaukee's 163 games, said he was just about exhausted at the end of the year. Scribes Honor Howard BOSTON (UPI) - Catcher Elston Howard, who hit .287 with 28 home runs and 85 runs ;batted in, nosed out teammate Whitey Ford of the New York Yankees today to be named the American League player of the year by the Academy of Sports Editors. Tailgating Fast Becoming Popular Pastime NEW YORK (AP)-The frost is on the pumpkin, college foot ball teams are banging plastic headgears every Saturday after noon and thousands of people are indulging in a growing popular pastime: Tailgating. Tailgating? That's right, tailgating. It's as American as grilled hamburg ers, ham-and-cheese-on-rye, hot dogs and cold beer—which, in cidentally, are an integral part of the ritual. To tailgate, all you need is a supply of the above items, plus perhaps a couple of folding chairs, buckets of ice and a plaid table cloth. You don't even need a tail gate, the back end of a station wagon—although it helps. Once it was the custom to pin a corsage of chrysanthemums on your best girl, bundle up in a raccoon coat and go the football stadium an hour and a half be fore kickoff to listen to the bands and join in the cheers. Not any more. Now the custom is to back the amily bus into the parking lot, throw open the tailgate (if you're fortunate enough to own a station wagon, otherwise the truck compartment) and haul out the victuals. Heor Bill Rogers with music each evening from 7:35-12. RADjO 1400 ON YOUR OIAI ers, buckets of ice and beverages. Then, in the shadow of the stadium with fans swarming by in clusters, follows a family picnic. No one knows exactly how this autumn ritual originated but, until a better claim comes along Yale University is assuming the credit. "It started with the Dartmouth game about 10 years ago," a Yale spokesman said. "Then it spread to the Princeton and Harvard games. Other schools in the Ivy League picked it up, and now it's almost universal." It has been a boon to attendance. Whereas pop used to go to the games with a couple of pals from the office, now he takes the whole family. Often neighborhood and alumni groups make it a big outdoor party. Bowling Scores, Averages NORTHOATE MONDAY MIGHT LEAGUE Kozy Inn. 17-7; Clark Drugs, 17-7; Joe the Tailor, 16-8; Harbor Lights, 15-9; Dom's Sport Shop, 15-9; Chandler-HJnchman Insurance, 15-9; Team No. 12, 12-12; Galesburg Order Buyers, 10-14; Hilgenberg Plumbing & Heating, 9-15; Team No. 7, 7-17; Fidelity Federal, 6-18; Conoco Service, 5-19. High team series, Galesburg Order Buyers. 3012; high team game, Kozy Inn, 1046. High individual series, J. Skinner, 638; high individual game, J. Skinner, 245. MEN'S CHURCH LEAGUE East Main No. 2, 23-1; Coldbrook No. 1, 18-6; First Lutheran No. 3, 17-7; First Lutheran No. 1, 16-8; Presbyterian, 16-8; Central Congregational, 16-8; First Christian No. 2, 15-9; Bethel Baptist, 14-10; First Lutheran No. 2, 14-10; Trinity, 1410; East Main No. 1, 13-11; Methodist, 12-12; First Baptist No. 1, 12-12; Mission Covenant No. 2, 1212; Coldbrook No. 2, 11-12; Advent Christian, 10-14; First Christian No. 1, 10-14; Mission Covenant No. 3, 10-14; Emmanuel Methodist, 9-15; KnoxvlUe Lutheran, 9-15; Church of God, 9-19; United Brethren, 8-16; Mission Covenant No. 1, 6-18; Bethel Baptist No. 2, 6-18; Henderson Street Baptist, 6-18; First Baptist No. 2, 6-18. High team scries, First Christian No. 2, 3060; high team game, First Christian No. 2, 1050. High individual series, G. Gardner, 554; high individual game, G. Gardner, 233. MONDAY LADY GOLFERS LEAGUE Hopefuls, 14-2; Stymies, 12-4; Divots. BVz-T/r, New Stars, 8V&-7V4; Approachers, 8-8; Slicers, 8-8; Smackers, 7-9; Hookers, 5-11; Putters, 5-11; Drivers, 4-12. High team serie3, Smackers, 2622; high team game, Smackers, 920. High individual series, Rae WodTs, 492; high individual game, Rae Wodis, 189. VICTORY - LEAGUE Admiral Corp., 17-7; Heraldson's Team, 17-7; Bailey's Team, 15-9; Canada Dry, 14-10; PlaMor, 11-13; Hasselbacker's Team, 11-13; Gunnies Tap. 6-18; H. L. Hansen Lumber Co., 5-19. .High team series, Canada Dry, 3074; high team game, Canada Dry, 1076. High individual series, Amos Cadwell, 632; high individual game, Robert Swigart, 236. TOWN AND COUNTRY LEAGUE Harbor Lights, 17-7; Mitchell Dry Goods, 16-8; Galesburg Bowl, 16-8; Fran's Beauty Shoppe, 15-9; Young's Supcrway, 15-9; Rex D. Johnson, 15-9; Folkenrotrfs Ins., 13-11; Sharp & Shunick Serv., 10'A- 1 13'£; Central Butane Gas Serv., 9-15; Midland Collieries, 7-17; Team No. 1, 5',i-18'/ 2 ; Laisures Serv., 5-19. High team game, Young's Super- way, 946; high team series, Young's Superway, 2651. High individual game, Mary Benedict, 189; high individual series, Mary Benedict, 471. AUTO DEALERS LEAGUE Midway Tavern, 21-11; Crown Motors, 21-11; Elks Lodge, 16-16; Moore Electric, 13-19; Team No. 6, 13-19; Bob's Alignment, 12-20. High team series, Midway Tavern, 2963; high team game, Midway Tavern, 1057. High individual series, Morse, 580; high individual game, Morse, 221. TWILIGHT GAME Burlington Truck Lines Inc., 26%-5',4; Higgins Dairy, 20-12; Park Drive Dairy, 18-14; Rotary Club, 16'/ 2 -15%; Midwest Local No. 2063, 16-16; Mel's Red & White, 16-16; B'nai B'rith A, 16-16; B'nai BJrith B, 15-17; Herrin t Westberg Bldg. Cont., 14-18; Exchange Club, 13-19; Canada Dry Botlg. Co., 12-20; Cosmopolitan Club, 9-23. High team series. Exchange Club arid Higgins Dairy, 2938 tie; high team game, Higgins Dairy, 1007. High individual series, Ray Enlow, 565; high individual game, Bob Fiala, 209. Player of Week Loses Job to Veteran Back SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) The qaarterback who has been named the American Football League's Player of the Week now rates as something of a glorified understudy on the San Diego Chargers to an older and more experienced signal-caller. They are 23-year-old John Hadl, who was named Player of the Week in The Associated Press check of sports reporters covering AFL games, and 35- year-old Tobin Rote. The Chargers' coach and gen eral manager, Sid Gillman, referred to them as his father-son combination in commenting on Hadl's sparkling performance Sunday. Hadl replaced Rote in the second half, with the Chargers trailing 10-3, and led them to a 24-20 victory over the New York Jets. Gillman declared that Hadl's play-calling was superb and his passing beautiful, but gave Rote much credit for it. Rote is in his 14th season as a professional and his first with the Chargers. Hadl joined the Chargers last year after playing college football at Kansas. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! M Week-End Special mm OCTOBER Mil 1 LOAF of WONDER BREAD ]m WL with «2.00 GAS PURCHASE iJB^f 2 GAL ECON. OIL 10 QT. CAN DUR. 99c H.35 SIX-TRANSISTOR RADIOS $8.95 Plus Tox FREE TREATS FOR RAY-O-VAC TRANSISTOR BATTERIES 39c TH SEAL BEAMS $1.95 Ea. plus tox OWENS OIL CO. 831 NORTH HENDERSON ST. r MEETS DEATH MARTINEZ, Calif. (AP)-Salvatore DiMaggio Sr., uncle of former New York Yankees star Joe DiMaggio, died at Martinez Community Hospital Wednesday at the age of 86. Pro Basketball By The Associated Press Wednesday's Results Boston 109, Baltimore 96 Cincinnati 112, St. Louis 93 Philadelphia 117, Detroit 115 READ THE WANT ADS! DELAYS MATCH BRUSSELS (AP)-Sugar Ray Robinson asked today that his match against Belgian middleweight champion Emile Sarens here be delayed from Nov. 4 to Nov. 7. Never Bend Top* Cha teatiga In Third Try BOSTON (AP) - Making t fourth try a successful 0 Never Etend whipped Kentuc Derby winner Chateiugay near-record time in the fso, added Yankee Handicap at S folk Dowtts Wednesday, A thrantinie loser to the Da by Dan Farm colt, who had w seven of It races, Never Be took the taad at the outset the 1%-mffo test and held it the way. His victory margin was fo lengths and Ms time was 1:4 only four-fi /tiitf of a second o the track record set by Whirl way 21 years itfto. Chateaugay .finished fourt with Dean Carl' and Quest Lin grabbing second! and third. READ THE WANT ADS! DeUvnre 1 Any Guat From Gil Hebard'a SAVE ON GAME CAUS 50% to 60% DISCOUNT S2.25 Calun Duck Call S .99 S2.25 Cajun GOOM CaU X .91 32.50 Lohraan Duck CaU SMS S2.23 Lohmnn Squirrel CaU S .45 S3.00 Lohman Geoaa CaU - SM9 $2.25 Lohman Quail Call — f M S3.00 Mallard Ton* Dock CaU ... $2.49 SS.00 Mallard GOOM CaU SI.49 Si.SO OU GOOM CaU SZA» S2.95 Olt QuaU Call SMS $ .25 HMdi for above calls $ M Guaranteed Used Guns Many of these terrific bargains are one-of-a-kind and will be sold only on a first come, first served basis! AUTO-LOADING SHOTGUNS REM. MdL 11. 12 ga„ rib mod. fine $62.50 REM. Mdl. 11, 12 ga.. full, ex celleni —$49.50 REM. 11-48, 13 ga., full. Ilka new . ... SM.50 SAVAGE, IS ga., full, vent-poly, fine - $47.30 SAVAGE. Mdl. 720. 12 ga., full, vent-poly, very good . . $39.50 BROWNING. 12 ga., mod., vent rib, fine S97.50 BROWNING, It. 12 ga., poly choke, fine $79.50 BROWNING. 12 ga., mod., vent- rib, very fine 3114.30 BROWNING, 16 ga., mod., fine ... .. - $«7.50 PUMP-ACTION SHOTGUNS WINCHESTER, Mdl. 12. 12 ga., mod., like new $72.50 REM. 870 Deluxe, 12 ga., mod., like new . $87.30 REM. 870 Deluxe. 12 ga., full. like new REM. 870 Standard. 12 like hew REM. 870 Standard. 12 fine STEVENS, Mdl. 77. 12 very good . ... STEVENS, Mdl. 11, 12 fine .. NOBLE. 12 ga.. good WINCHESTER, Mdl., very fine adj. $67.30 ga., full, ..$84.30 ga., full. $33.00 ga„ full, ..$33.00 ga., full, ... $37.50 choke, .$23.00 12, trap, $130.00 WINCHESTER, Mdl. 12, .Skeet, very fine . $130.00 RUGER 44 MAG. AUTO RIFLE Used—Like new New $108.00 *74 ,s DOUBLE-BARREL SHOTGUNS ITHACA, double 4E, Trap Gun. very fine - . __ $383.00 BELGIUM, Double 18, fine $75.00 STEVENS 12 ga. double. fine $32.80 RIFLES 9$ MAUSER. 30-06 eporter. very fine .. ... - $43.00 REM. Mdl. 760 .300 Sav. Pump, like new - .... . $67.50 WINCHESTER. Mdl. 43. 216B 4x scope, sling, excellent $79.30 JAP SPORTER, receiver eight, musile brake, beautiful custom stock . $49.50 BROWNING Auto, Solid Full Choke. Mfr's list $159.95 - 95 WESTERN 410 SHOTGUN SLUGS Close-out $3.40 Box Reg. $450 BtROWNING Double Auto. 12 ga. 2 siaot. Full two- toue color. Mfr's list $149.00 111" WINCHESTER Mi 94 SO/30 close-out. Mix* lift $93.93— THESE SPECIAL VALUES AT GIL HEBARD GUNS, Knoxville FACTORY NEW MERCHANDISE BELOW WHOLESALE! THURS., Oct. 17 thru TUES., Oct. 22 ONLY MILITARY AMMO 30/06 Late Issue Non Corrosive Match! 6< round NEW HAVEN 410 • Single Shot Bolt 9 Action. Mfr's list $25.95 87 HI STANDARD 410 ga Pump Shotgun. Close-out. Mfr's lilt $76.93... 70 WINCHESTER Mdl. SO 12 ga. Auto. Full Choke. Mfr's list $134.95 . 95 WESTERN 12 GA. 23/« MAGNUM SHOTSHELLS Close-out $2.96 Box Reg. $4.00 REMINGTON 740 «* Woodsmaster .309 91 Auto, loader. Mfr's list $139.95 REMINGTON 311 Score Master. .22 Bolt, Clip. Mfr's list $36.73 24 79 WESTERN 10 GA. MAGNUM SHOTSHELLS Close-out $3.99 Box Reg. $7.23 HI STANDARD 12 * ga. Pump. Deluxe k Grade, full. Closeout. Mfr's list $83.93 99 ITHACA Deer- slayer. 20 ga, or 12 ga. Pump. Mfr's list $109.93 REMINGTON Md 510 .22 Shotgun, Single Shot. Mfr's list $23.75 ... SAVAGE Double Bbl. B-St 41$ or 12 ga. Single trigger. Vent Rib. Mfr's list 9U» 30 SAVAGE 410 - 33 f Mag. 24 MDL De- 9 luxe ©vet-under. Mfr's Ust $$IM .. STEVENS 410 Pump Shotgun. Full Choke. Mfr's list 375.50 59 22 LONG RIFLE AMMO 54c Box Reg. 80c STEVENS MD 77 CfajfeEA 12 ga. pump gun. 9BBklax9w $6.00 takes oui. Mfr's $75.50 this list STEVENS MD 311 12 ga. double. Mfr's list $74.95— WINCHESTER Magnum 12 ga. Pump. Solid Rib. Mfr's list $137.55.. 99 WESTERN 16 GA. MAGNUM SHOTSHELLS Close-out $2.46 Box Reg. $3.50 SAVAGE MD 30E (AAQQ Vent Rib 12 ga. 9 ||vKV9 Pump. Full. Mfr's QQ list $89.30 WW WINCHESTER 69 • A Bolt Action .22 9 Repeater. Mfr's list $39.98 WESTERN 12 GA, 3" MAGNUM SHOTSHELLS Close-out $3.29 Reg. $4,40 ITHACA 41 Sad- f>, die gun. .$$ lever 9 action. Mfr's Ust $21.93 17" SAVAGE 410 - 21 f Mag. Over-under. • Mfr's list $47.30 - 37" REMINGTON 970. 12 ga. Auto. Mod. Choke. Mfr's list $111.23 .—_. 17" FLASH JUST RECEIVED - .38 Spocial | Wadcutter Ammo, Save $2.00 Box of 50 SCOPE SIGHTS AT BARGAIN PRICES $ 9.95 Weaver $43.90 Lyman $54.50 Lyman S69.S0 Lyman $79.30 Lyman $49.50 Lyman B4 $ 6.4S 2V4X $29.95 4x $34.95 6x $44.95 8x $49.95 3X $32.95 RUBBER SLIP-ON RECOIL PADS 99c—Reg. $2.00 Leather Slip-on RECOIL PADS $1.19—Reg. $2.25 COLT .22 DERRINGERS Cased set. 2 guns. $2 ^50 2 guns, 2 holsters. Mfr's list $49.30 CROSSMAN .177 PELLETS 500—99c Reg. $1.75 SIERRA SPEER HORNADY JACKETED BULLETS 30% Off $8.73 GUN CASE $3.89 CLOSE-OUT CENTER-FIRE RIFLE CARTRIDGES (Western) 25% Off $4.2$ GUN CASE $2.39 Shotgun CLEANING KIT $2.19 WESTERN 12 OA. SHOTSHELLS Field Loads Close-out $1.99 Box R«g. f!.7« CARBINE CLIPS NEW - 69c WESTERN 12 GA. SHOTSHELLS Heavy Loads Close-out $2.46 Reg. $3.50 GH HEBARD GUNS 1 %2X& Opon Daily 1 to 4:30 PM. - Monday Nite 7 to 9 (Closed Sunday) 1

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