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j& Jfotes^Thursday, July 12, 1973 ijjf -i« |! ,! ! l lll' l|| l|ll; ; :\ii!!|,|f Ir.,. 'ihiii 1 " |ll: j|ji;ikiHr '"jI '.H''"!!*' 'I 'lffliill •'i.il!|jl' ;i |!, J |«iill|J i i .... ••„ , j|jji|ii. 'ii 4ia**A viniiJHji ll|i5|| :i!T X nil >\ ::::: c : Yankees Top Tribe; Braves Defeat Cubs Yankees topped the Indians 13-10 and rtJie Braves defeated the Cubs 5-1 in Little League games at 0. N. Custer Park Wednesday evening. Butch Sandidge of the Yanks and Ltoyd Powell of the Indians both homered in the opener. Sandidge, Lou Rozmiarek and Tom Pickrel had two base hits apiece for the winners, while Mike Unger had three and Bill , Hasselbacher two for the losers. Winning pitcher was Tim Redrew with a save recorded by Sandidge. Loser was Unger. In the nightcap Pat Felz was credited with the victory as he allowed the Cubs only two hits. Kevin Taylor picked up the loss. No player had more than one hit for the Braves, and Taylor had both hits for the Cubs. Cardinals versus Dodgers and Red Sox versus Tigers arc the games on tap tonight. GALESBURG ALL CITY MIN'S GOLF TOURNAMENT •Mry Mink Tournomtnt Datti: July 21*22; July 28*29 Addrtis Heme Count No Entry Pee Returned — No Subttitutttn ef Intrlti ENTRY FEE $10 (For Pairing Purposes Application and Entry Fee Are Requested to bo Turned in at One of the Throe local Courioi by July 17.) Tournament committee mervet the right to reject entriet. Defensive Play Hubie Brown, assistant coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, demonstrates the proper way to play defense Wednesday at thlS^Milwaukee Bucks' Boys Basketball Camp being conduct­ ed at Knox College. Brown specializes on defense. This is the first week of the Bucks' camp which will also be held next week at Knox. Bravas ikf h M. Conner* 4 0 0 Piggee 4 11 Felz 2 1 1 T. McK'ip 2 0 1 Sprague 3 0 1 Legion Wins Doubleheader Colwell Cervantez Webber Alexander Pacheco 2 0 OBllleter 2 1 0| 10 1 1 1 0| 2 0 1 B^RTONVILLE - Taking advantage of some less-than-per. feet "pitching, Gailesburg Ameri- caa .V Legion Post 285 notched two""wins over Limestone here -Wednesday night Limestone took a 2-0 lead in the opener Wednesday, but Galesburg came back. The gap narrowed to 2-1 in the third when Kevin Jackson walked, Blixt doubled for the RBI in the fourth, and Thiel and Thompson got the RBIs in the fifth. Two insurance runs in the sixth then made the final OalMburg ab i h| Jackson 3 1 OiChapman R. Nelson 3 0 0 Fray Thiel Vltall Wilder Blixt T. Nelson ! Johnson iKinR -Thrtocal Legionnaires downed advanced on a fielder's choice score. Limestone 4-2 and 6-1 in a' D .v Mark Thiel and came home, Kirk King, 5-1, went the dis- douWcJwadcr. The pair of vic-jon a hit by Ricky Wilder. ; tance and gave up only three L™ burg tories"Yaises the Legion's sea-| In the sixth inning, two walks, kits while striking out three for Limestone socrecord to 19-7. ;an error and a base hit by Jer-'jjm w in in the first game. in'° aIesbur s 23 1 OlRusscll 1 OlMahany 1 llLinsley 0 HKnight 0 OlChitwood 0 OlCloscn 0 OlHill iWittmer LImaaiona ab r h 4 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 3 1 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 C. Conners 0 0 0 Henderson 2 11 Jones 10 0 Sparling 0 0 0 C. McK'ip 1 0 0 Total 27 8 7| Total 19 1 2 Score by innings: ' Braves 100 400—3 Cubs 000 001—1 Stanley M. Holt K. Taylor Sibley A. Holt Harvey Knowles D. Taylor Smith Farrell Jellies Cuba ab r h 2 1 0 2 0 0 3 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 2 0 0 10 0 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 4 2| Total 25 2 3 -. 001 003 0—4 . .. -.. 020 000 0—2 Ftttffty night Post 285 will Hand ^^o/ 1 * ree ™ homer ;for a single game with ( Galegburg ^ took adyan- JaekSDnville at H. T. Custer ; t age of pitching mistakes in the Farfc"»'Game time is 7 o'clock. | nightcap. Scoring first in the A' home doubleheader with second frame, Mike Thompson Wood-ttiver Saturday evening scored on a double play with and--4wo games at Peoria Sun- nobody out. Thompson had re- day; Q ^liernoon round out a busy placed Wilder, who reached! Weekend for the Legion. the second game Bob Berry kept his record intact by hurling a 2'hitter and striking out seven batters for his sixth victory against no losses. Jackson and Thompson had tl e best night at the plate. Both Galesburg players went two for base after being hit by a pitch. I three in the nightcap. Jackson R. Nelson Thiel Vitali Thompson Wilder Bilxt T. Nelson Baker Johnson Berry ab r h| 3 2 2ICardner 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 Fray Knight Mahany Linsley Russell Chitwood Hill OIHisIope 0' Total 27 6 Galesburg Limestone .. Llmasiena ab r h 2 0 0 4 4 1 3 3 3 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Yankaea Indiana ab r hi ab * h McVey 2 0 OlCun'gham 4 1 1 J, Red'our 2 1 11 Johnson 3 2 1 Sandidge 3 4 2|B. Has'her 4 2 2 Rozmiarek 4 2 2|Unger 4 3 3 T. Red'our 4 1 11 Anderson 2 11 Phillips 1 2 0| D. Pickrel 3 0 1 Coe 4 0 1 Bruner 2 0 0 T. Pickrel 3 1 21 Peterson 1 1 01 Merriman 110 Powell 3 2 1 Welch 1 0 0 Snyder 10 0 McPherrin 10 0 Cecil 1 1 0 J. Has'her 2 0 0 Lawson 1 0 o Total 27 10 9 Total 30 13 10| Score by innings Yankees 221 351—13 Indians 103 603—10 East Moline tl Race Results T Chicago J ' ab r h bll easue Box Scores 3 1 OBonds XcE 'Met 4 0 0 OlFuentes 3 0 0 1 Wil'i^ms 3 1 1 l|Maddox 4 2 3 1 Sanlo 3 0 0 OiHo'arth 0 0 0 0 Ian Francisco Naw York abthbl ab r h bll Chicago ab r h bi 4 0 10 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 1110 Pioneers Beaten 5-0 by Macomb 5 0 0 0,Clarke 5 0 1 1 Kelly M. Alou 5 0 3 0 Muser White 5 0 0 0 Jeter - . .Murcer 4 0 0 0 May CTide '-al 4 1 2 l'Goodson 4 2 2 3|Blo'berg 4 1 2 HMelton Rousn'o 4 0 1 OlMcM'on 0 0 0 O.Nettles 2 0 1 OlHend'on 3 0 1 1 PopovJhi 3 0 0 UMatte's 4 1 3 2'Munson 4 0 0 fllBradf'd 2 0 0 0|. cn0 nnr\ half n I a v in 'Rud'lplt' 2 0 0 OTho'son 4 0 1 0 Callinon 4 0 1 O'Leon 3 0 1 0i'» second Hdll [J i d y JII Mise- 1 0 0 o:phillips 4 0 0 o Umier 3 1 1 0'Ortn 3 0 0 0 Hundley 1 o (l DTlHrler 4 110 Pcters'n 0 0 0 n'Brink'n 10 0 0 ."••ippas 2 0 n n'Barr 2 0 1 fM.yle 0 0 0 O'Alva'do 10 0 0 nnrcntL 1 0 0 O'Klng'an 0 1 n fi IHcrr'nn 0 0 0 0 •tnRo'he 0 0 0 O'Blanco 0 0 0 0 iKeough 0 0 0 0 Beckert 1 0 0 0| . 'Stone 0 0 0 0 ToVnl 1 " 32 3 6 31 Total 34 7 11 7i Total 36 ~2 *9 2| Total 25 14 1 •Score by innings: ..Chicago- 000 001 110—3 • San Francisco 000 101 50x—7 F—HQdolph, Monday, Williams. LOB—Chicago 6, San Francisco B. 2B"— Monday. HR—Williams (U\ - Goodson 2 (9), Matthews (4). SB— • Monday, Maddox, Matthews. SF— Popovich, Fuentes. lp h r arbbso Pappas,.. 6 7 2 2 0 1 LaRoche (L3-1) 2 4 5 5 2 3 ..Barr.. (AV 7-8) .. 7 4 2 2 2 3 ; McMshon .2 2 1110 ..-Save-a-McMahon (2). WP—LaRoche. ">T—3150. A—7,729. Galesburg's Pioneers went 0-2 the CICL as they were a victim of a 4-hit shutout by Macomb's Rod Volk Wednesday night at H. T. Custer Park. The Pioneers, who had lost New York oio ioo ooo-2 j 6-1 at Peoria the night before, Chicago 000 010 000—1 . Jr nuiu »» E-stone. DP-New York 4. LOB were defeated 5-0 by the Macs -& YO AU °'L^? g0 M2iton. HR * If if™ game. Galesburg and the Macs wiiM have a rematch tonight in a 5:30 twilight game at Macomb Blomberg (6). Peterson (W 7-10) Lyle Cincinnati ab r h bl • Rose *"> Morgan Driesgeri MeriKi?,,, Bench,,. Perez, ^ , Tolan » Chaney Stahl PlurtlW King Tomlln , Norman Sprague ConcV>n Montraal ab r h bi 4 1 0 OiHunt 4 0 10 3 0 1 OIMashore 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 OlFairly 10 0 0 2 0 0 olWoods 2 0 0 0 4 0 1 O'Breeclen 2 111 1 0 0 .Torg'sen 0 0 0 0 ip 8 1 9 h r ar bb so 4 113 2 0 0 0 0 1 9 2 2 2 9 S Pet e erson pitched to 2 batters' in Coach Jim Isaacson will send 9t save-Lyie (23). HBP-by stone ^om Steen, University ol Iowa, (Lanier), by Peterson (Bradford, Herrmann). Bi. Louis Brock Size'ore McC'ver Torre Sim 'ons Cruz Carbo Tyson to the hill this evening "We just weren't aggressive enough at the plate," a disappointed Isaacson said after the Davis 1 " 4 i i 2|*' ame - "Ma c ^ e didn't pitch bad Ferg'on 300 o ball. If we get a couple of runs Los Angalaa abrhbll ab r hbl 5 0 0 OILopes 3 110 4 0 1 0[~ " 3 0 0 0 4 1 1 4 1 1 Gibson 11 Bailey -. J ^ ^ N .„.,. R 3 0 1 il "inplsfn 3 0 1 1 ? r 1 o o 0 Boc'h'la 3 o o o 3 0 0 1 Frias 4 110 1 0 0 O'Renko 4 111 4 0 1 1'Russell 2 0 0 0 su'ton l o o oi o o o n 1 Mele'dez 1 0 0 0' setting three down on strikes. John Hoscheidt, SIU, and Mike Heimerdinger, Eastern Illinois, bad all four of Galcs- burg's hits. Hoscheidt had two for four, including a double, and Heimerdinger had a pair of singles in two Official trips. Macomb threatened in the first and second but didn't score. In the third they combined a single with two Pioneer errors to score the first run of the game. As it turned out, that proved to be all the visitors needed. Macomb Galasburg Defending Says Golf By LARRY ANDERSON (Staff Writer) Jim Wetherbee likes to participate in sports — especially the sport of his choice, golf. His favorite sport is what he'll be playing when he defends his title in the All-City Men's Tournament in just a little over a week. Wetherbee will be attempting to repeat as city champion when the tourney opens July 21 at Bunker Links. The second round is played the following day at Lake Bracken and on the next weekend the third round will be shot at Soangetaha with the final 18 holes back at Bunker Links. Last year Jim shot a record- tying 72-hole 7-under par 280 to edge out runner-up Bob Dredge, who totaled 284. The 21-year-old Galesburg golfer fir ed only one round over par with All-City Favorite Sport ., • sir Jim Wetherbee Police Beat Hertenstein In 7-1 Game ab r h Siron 4 0 1 Babcock 5 0 0] Pettenuzzo 5 11 Piskal Whet Stumpff Grybash John Volk 5 0 3 4 1 1 3 1 1 4 0 1 4 0 1 2 Mackie Total 23 .010 122 0 000 010 0—: FIRST RACE: (5V4 Furlongs)— High Divide (J. Wash) 3.00 2.80 2.60 Mr. Parkmore (L. Jensen) 13.60 5.40 Testa's Belle (R. Dalgo) 3.80 Time: 1:10.2 SECOND RACE: (5',i Furlongs)— Mr. Wire (J. Wash) 3.40 2.80 2.40 Miss Merry E. (G. Podlinski) 3.60 2.80 Third Charger (I. Randall) 3.00 Time: 1:10.1 Daily Double—4&6. Paid »5.60. THIRD RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Suear Again (P. Compton) 15.20 8.00 4.60 Tally's Luck (L. Jensen) 19.00 7.00 Slipomatic (J. Caniglia) 4.00 Time: 1:16.0: /FOURTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— Freedom Leave (P. Tedrick) 7.60 3.80 2.80 Simple Bell <G. Podlinskil 6.00 3.60 Torrid Ted (Lee Jensen) 3 80 Time: 1:30.3 FIFTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Cantrace (C. J. Gilbert) 5.20 3,80 3.40 Pacific Power (R. Parke) 19.60 10.80 Traffic Prince (L. Jensen^ 5.00 Ouinella—4 Sr. 8. Paid %3biM'. ' H «"«n»*«in Loan SIXTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Husker Hero (J. Compton^ 8.80 5.00 280 Reau Gvpsv (P. Compton) 9.60 3.60 Dance Jesture (C. J. Gilbert) 2«0 Time 48:2 SEVENTH RACE: (6 Furlones)— Slips Fancy (G. Birzer) 9.80 5.20 4.S0 Topsy Belle (J. Gill) 7.40 4.00 Fay's Grandson (D. Williams) 5.00 Time: 1:16.2 Ouinella—9 8c 10. Paid $22.20. EIGHTH RAjCE: (4 FurlonBS)— Basestealer (P. Tedr'k) 4.00 2.80 2.60 F.1 Coloso (G. Podlinski) 3.40 2 .80 Quahnta (L. Jensen) 3 -on Time: :47.3 _i ATTVTT.T TJAC^: (6 Fu-iones>— 30 0 4 U' . '<» < ""in<ira" 20.40 n no 7.nn Police scattered seven base hits for seven runs to defeat Hertenstein Loan 7-1 in Babe Ruth League play ait the Galesburg High School diamond. Larry Gutierrez was the winning pitcher, holding Hertenstein to two hits. Loser was Jeff Blucker. Mark Robertson, Horkstrom, and Lentz all knocked out two hits in the winning cause. Hertenstein scored its single run in the top of the first in- n.'ng. Police brought in two runs in the first and fourth and three in the fifth. 72, 69 ab r h Hoscheidt 4 0 2 Ness 4 0 0 Szcz'cinskl 3 0 0 Bradley 4 0 0 Purcell 3 0 0 Miller 4 0 0 Hei'dinger 2 0 2 Brlskey 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 O'M'rshall 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 Total 33 3 6 2 Total 29 4 9 4 Cincinnati ....000 no 010—3 Montreal 000 002 20x—4 E-vrBreeden 2, Boecabella, Bench. DP—Montreal 2. LOB—Cincinnati 9, Montreal 8. SB—Bailey, Renko. 3B —Bailey, Frias. HR—Tolan (8). SB- Morgan 2, Bailey, Chaney. S— Woads.'Boccabella. SF—Singleton. ip h r ar bb so Norman (L 6-9) . 6% 8 4 4 4 2 Sprague \' 3 0 0 0 0 0 Tomlin 1 1 0 0 0 0 Renko (VV 9-5) 8 4 3 16 7 Marshall 1 2 Save--M;<rshall f 16). T— 2:38. A --20.037. I o i o cey rford 3 o o "'early it's a different ball game." :i o i oonrvev 3000 Yoilik, Loyda Of CaSornia, a o n o no: om'iy blanked the Pioneers Total iin! Total on four hits and fanned 14 but by innings: ^ o m _ & ^.j^ <r n)in 18 . 20 9Wimg a b>g bat for the MaCSlGalesbui-g 000 000 OOO— 0 *f a ,.v a (J. Canielia) 3 '10 1 - - • • ... Ti "io: 1:15.4 4 & 6. Paid $113.00. RBI—Volk 2, Grybash, John. 2B Siron. Hoscheidt. HR—Volk 2. SB— Stumpff, Pettenuzzo. DP—Galesburg ip h r ar bb so Volk (W4-1) 9 4 Mackie (L 3-3) .— 9 11 PB—Briskey. only two Macomb batters while' T —fls! 10 "' Bruington Pollca ab r hi ab r h Hillemeier 2 1 1IM1. Rob'on 2 10 0 l|Ma. Rob'on 3 12 0 O'Shumard 3 0 1 0 OlTourlentes 3 0 0 0 olPacheco 3 10 0 OlHorkstrom 3 2 2 0 OlLentz 3 2 2 0 OlCecll 3 0 0 0 O'Gutierrez 10 0 0 0 Baldwin 2 Mendez 1 Hendricks 2 J. Smith 3 Wilberding 2 Haight Blucker Perrigo LaFollette K. Smith Patterson Hope Johnson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 20 1 2l Score by innings: Hertenstein Loan Total 24 7 7 100 000—1 his scores, in, order, and 73. By winning the all-city event he became only one of eight golfers to capture the city crown since the tourney began, in 1958. It was a happy accomplishment for Wetherbee, who plans to make golf his life work. "I'm always going to stick to golf whether I teach or play," he says. For a time he planned to turn professional but says the odds are against it now. The senior art and education major at Knox College wants to become a coach, perhaps in this arera, or start as an assistant pro at a golf course. Golf has become a big part of his life since he decided to concentrate on the sport during the summer following graduation from high school. At the time Jim was doing a good job pitching ball for the American Legion. However, baseball conflicted with his desire to compete in golf tournaments, so he dropped the diamond sport. "I had to make a choice between baseball and golf, and I chose golf," he explains. "I figured if I stuck with the one I liked I'd come out better." Jim was.hrthe too five of the Galesburt; Hi°:h School golf -nuad his soohomore and junior years but played only baseball in his senior year. He also tried his hand at football and starred on the Silver Streak basketball team. But for the past three years he has been No. 1 man on the golf squad at Knox, where he ,atso plays basketball. In his freshman and sophomore years, Jim finished third in the Midwest Conference Golf Meet. He has entered the State Amateur Tournament the past four years and others such as the Western Junior Open. Two weeks ago he carded rounds of 78 and 77 in the Chicago Amateur Tournament but did not make the cut, which had been raised to the top 16 rather than the top 60. Wetherbee has switched to a new set of stainless steel cast clubs in preparation for the All- City. He says he likes the dubs and is getting used to them. Included is a shorter driver with a tipped head for greater club stiffness and accuracy on the tee-off. Quad Cities' pro product Jim Jamieson suggested the change after an exhibition match at Soangetaha with the local linkster last October. Jim has also been playing five days a week, and his best score so far this year is a 70 on his home course, Soangeta­ ha. He reports that his driving is ' as good as ever, and that he has solved some problems with hooking the ball and blasting out of sand traps. His best asset may be confidence, though. "I 'M go out with a little more confidence because I 've never been defending champion in any other big tournament," he says. Five-time winner Bob Dredge and 3-time champ Bob Coe may give Wetherbee the best run lor his money, but Jim claims "they 're not the only ones to worry about" in the popular local tourney. Wetherbee cites other threats such as Sam Swanson, who finished third last year; John Weaver, and Bill Kirkendail, former Silver Streak star now at Illinois State University. Total 34 1 7 1| Total 28 3 3 St. Louis 000 000 100- Los Angeles .200 010 OOx—3 E—Tyson, Sutton. LOB—St. Louis 9, Los Angeles 3. HR—Davis (13). SB— Cruz, Lopes. Ip h Gibson (L8-9) 6 3 Segui 2 0 Sutton (W 11-5) - 9 7 r ar bb so 3 3 2 6 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 12 "jj with a pair of homers. It was ''has fourth win of the season against just one loss. Mackie was tagged for 11 hits but eight of them came in the last five innings. He walked — The Modest Bonus HOUSTON (DPI) Chicago Bulls announced Wednesday ithat they had signed forward Steve Newsome, 0 0 14 5 5 3 3 2 READ THE WANT ADS! C .I .C.C.A. Tournament Opens The first golfers teed off at (championship and then fifth ii o o third-round draft choice, to a' 7:3( ; hthi ^ 7 ^ orpnin S to open play [through eighty On Friday the • , ' in the 1973 Central Illinois'last four •Plights will be the w «,«Lm o , o i ur Country Club Association Tour-'first to take to the course with' Jilt 111 I 8 , nament beirw? hosted by S:)an-.the first four flights going later 1 no nl, and 8.3 rebounds per ^ Coun( a b to / m - in |he (i game in his senior year at the !L,„ , Jm i Cof,,^).,,, A • . • A ,I ' University of Houston. ddy f ? , S c "n ' lf r A f JT SW i Cim f ord f^' ° n he . A total of 192 golfers arejinai day, Saturday, the order competing in the 3-day CICCAJof flights is fourth, third, sec- tourney. Association members'ond, first, championship, eighth, are the Blooimington, Cham-'seventh, sixth and fifth, paign, Decatur, Peoria, Dan- Tee-off times are spaced over vilte, Illdni, Quincy and Soange- a period from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 taha country clufos. P-m. on all three days of the Doug Mills cf Ohampaign won ™eet. READ THE WANT ADS! PABST BLUE RIBBON 12 pok cans $2.24 BUDWEISER . _ 6 pok cons $1.19 MILLERS 12 pok cans $2.12 HAMMS - 6 pak cans $1.15 OLD STYLE 12 pak cans $2.19 HEY! BOWLERS Don't Forget This Friday Night - Notice WARNING! Persons Caught Stealing Golf Balls at the Holiday Inn GOLF RANGE Will Bo PROSECUTED to tho Fullest Extent of tho law. 12-Oz. Raturnabl BOTTLES 24 Baltx $2.99 Old Milwaukee — $3.49 Pabst Blue Ribbon $3.49 Wisconsin Club —$2.79 Grain Belt $3.29 Plus Deposit BACARDI RUM 5th $4.19 24 LOOSE CANS (WARM) Falstaff $3.89 Pabst Blue Ribbon $3.89 ANDRE Cold Duck, Champagnt, Sparkling Burgundy 5th $1.89 WALKERS Creme da Menihe CQ C.Q 5TH OLD MILWAUKEE 12 Pk. Cans 1 LOWENBRAU or HBNEKEN'S 6 pok $2.99 WINES Mateus -$2.99 Sholorn Kosher Qt. 99c Pink Panda Apple _.5th 79c Annie Green Springs 5th 90c The Popular Summer Combination SmmiAKBS TOURNAMENT For MEN and WOMEN Bring Your Partner and Join In The Fun! (K K -WUSii DAJLY Starts at 1:00 P.M. 13/6 N. Henderson St. Galesburg, III. the championship iligiit last year playing on his home 'course. The Gales/burg course |iwas last site cf the traveling j tourney in 1965, and Cliff Hill I of Peoria was the winner. ! The tournament consists of eight regular flights and a! championship flight. There is a ; single winner in the champion- 1 ; ship flight, while the other fl.'g/its all have best ball twosomes. Tori ay's order of lej -:iff was ' first through fourth flights, Vi GALLONS FLEISCHMANN'S VODKA $7.29 FLEISCHMANN'S GIN $7.99 OLD TAYLOR 86 Proof $9.95 ANTIQUE $8.69 ROYAL CANADIAN $9.79 JIM BEAM '- $9.69 WINDSOR CANADIAN 5th $3.99 TEN HIGH 5th $3.49 IMPERIAL 5th $3.49 OLD CROW LIGHT Qt. $4.19 Q.T. LIGHT 5th $3.59 HOUSE of STUART SCOTCH . 5th $3.99 J&B SCOTCH 5th $5.99 Motorcycle Races Sponsored by: The Abingdon Motorcycle Club AMA SANCTIONED FRIDAY, JULY 13 I Practice - 6:30 p.m. • Race - 8 ABINGDON FALL FESTIVAL GROUNDS ABINGDON, ILL. OPEN SUNDAY Ad Good Thru 1-8 P.M. SAT., JULY 14, '73 BURKE'S 273 N. PRAIRIE ST. PRfcfc PARKJNG Drive In Package Liquor 342 2616 WINDOW SfcKVlct WHITE TAVERN GIN or VODKA Sth $2.99 VODKA GILBEYS 5th $3.49 WOLFSCHMIDT 5th $3.79 QUININE WATER, CLUB SODA, GINGER ALE, UPPER 10 6 pak cans 89c Charcoal-Lighter Fluid Ice — Mixes — Ice Chests V

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