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Pioneers Win at Macomb jSajesbuffl_ Real stef-Ma jl, Galesbur^, Priday,July 13, 197J 19 MACOiMft-Oalesbufg, which ccntrafy to the old baseball theory ban had more success on the road than at home, turned back Macomb 3-1 here Thursday night. Tom Steen pitched a 7 -hitter and went the route for his third win against four losses. On Tuesday night the Pioneers played Macomb at home in a CtCL game-and dropped a 5-0 game. Galesburg will be at Springfield for a 7:30 game tonight and play host to the Bloomington Bobcats Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. The Pioneers were trailing 1-0 going Into the top of the seventh when they took charge with three runs. Steeh, University of Iowa, gave up one unearned run in the third inning but was in control the rest of the way. He set six down via the strikeout route American Legion Returns Home for Weekend Action After nine consecutive games cn the road, Galesburg American Legion Post 285 returns home tonight for a single, contest, with Jacksonville. Game time is 7 o'clock at H. T. Custer Park. The Legion then has four games scheduled for Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday eve MOOSE TALES by , MOOSE JOHNSON fj Sorry we missed having a column the last few weeks but I guess I liked the Veterans Hospital so well in April that another 17-day visit came about. First of all, we'll try to pass on some of the catches made in June. Gale Ward's June contest winners on the board were James Allen heading the bass category with a 6-pounder caught from Lake Storey using a Hellbender. Kenney Darnell turned in the largest crappie, a 14-ouncer caught from Little John Club near Victoria. Harry Davis took top honors for bluegill with a 16-ouncer taken from one of the Victoria stripmine lakes on a worm gang. Darrel McMeen, of Knoxville, headed the list for catfish with a 6-pound 15-ounce beauty caught with chicken hver. So far for the month of July Ward's only have bluegill catches on the board. Edward Stoneking entered a 15-ouncer and this weight was topped when young Brian and Scott Huffman along with their dad, showed off 20 big ones with the largest going 16 ounces. Their catch also included a huge turtle that they unloaded on Kenny Barton. A couple of the employes from Ward's asked the boys what they used for bait, the answer from both boys was "worms" just as if no other bait exists. We talked with 13-year-old Randy Raymond who told us of catching a 5-pound 3-ounce bass from one of the Victoria strip- mine lakes using a black worm. Randy's big disappointment was, he didn't report his catch in the contest. Another fisherman who neglected to register his catch was B. E. Empson of Altona who last Friday caught a 5-pound plus catfish caught from Little John using cheese bait. We stopped at Dom's to see if he had any reports marked up on his board. June provided some pretty fair catches. We learned from Dom that Father Pendergast of St. Mary's caught a bass that tipped the scales at 6% pounds, using a Rapala. Dom told us that Father said his heart began beating so fast that he thought he had better give up for the day. Other bass catches reported were made by James Allen, a 6-pounder caught at Lake Storey. Galen Gardner hit one weighing 5-pounds 1-ounce from a farm pond using a Hula Popper. Dave Huffman caught a 12- ounce bluegill on worms and Lloyd Riner also netted one weighing 12 ounces, Eddie Mackey using a yellow and black Bass Buster brought in an 18-ounce crappie. Catfish catches reported was Augie Gatt's 7-pounder caught from the Rod and Gun Club us­ ing cheese. Darrel McMeen of Knoxville registered a 6-pound 14-ouncer caught from Lake Bracken using chicken liver. The month of July hasn't proved to be fantastic in any categories other than bluegills. Elmer Howard reported one weighing 13 ounces caught on a red worm. Ashley Johnson hit one from a farm pond for 12 ounces. Charles Curtis caught a Northern from Lake Storey weighing 4 pounds and measuring 23V2 inches in length. Talked with Bud Shragal who told that he and Harry Swanson have been getting some nice stringers of crappie from Lake Rice using minnows. The pair brought home 20 beauties earlier this week. According to reports from friend Wendell Albert, Sales Representative for Sea Star Boats, catfishin' has been real good on the Illinois River around Bath, located south of Havana. North of Havana at Lake Chautauqua, very large crappie are being caught on minnows. While calling on Don Pryor, Mercury Motor dealer at Hannibal, Missouri, Wendell learned that catfishin' at Saulk River between Louisiana and Hannibal has been giving up tremendous catches. While in Hannibal Wendell had the pleasure of seeing 220 pounds of catfish caught on chub minnows. These were in the 3 to 6 pound category. Lake Shelbyville has been providing excellent catches of crappie in the north end of the lake using lures. The lake has top! grade camping ground for campers and located south of Decatur. Bud and Loraine Erickson, alpng with Ebbie and Rhea Belden, returned last week from seven days of fishing at Spencer Huber's Camp on Fox River at Omro, Wisconsin. They report fishing was not as good as usual due to the high water, and the biggest share of their catch of 58 catfish was caught between 4 a.m. and 6 a.m., Rhea caught the largest which weighed IOV2 pounds with the majority in the 2 to 4 pound class. Fishin' partner Ed McVey and I tried our hand at bassin' this past Sunday morning and we didn't find an over abundance of any "Charlie Tuna's" wanting to be taken. We did manage to snag one poor "ol/ blind un" maybe around 2% pounds. Even after getting up at 3:30 a.m. we looked forward to a banner morning of fishing but it doesn't always turn out this way. 'ning the Legionnaires host Wood River for a doubleheader, but tl?ey travel to Peoria for two games on Sunday afternoon. Wednesday night Post 285 swept both games of a doubleheader at Limestone. The pair of victories raised the Legion's season record to 19-7, but four of the losses came against state championship teams in two tournaments during the road trip. Earlier this season the local team won the Double I League title with a 7-0 won-loss mark. It was the first time in the history of the league that a team won the crown with an undefeated record. "I'm real happy with the way they're coming," says coach Fred Stevens of his Legion team. "We're playing good defense, and we're starting to get the pitching now." Distirct tournament play opens in two weeks and Stevens reports "that's what we're building for." Probable starting pitcher in tonight's battle is Mike Thompson, 2-2. Thompson has a 2.4 earned run average and a .230 batting mark. Batting order will be Kevin Jackson, shortstop; Ron Nelson, third base; Mark Thiel, catcher; Louie Vitali, center field; Rick Wilder, second base; Jerry Blixt, left field; Tony Nelson, right field, and Robbie Johnson, first base. However, Wilder may not start because of a sore arm he received after being hit by a pitch in Wednesday night's piay. ' Blixt has been coming on strong and leads the team with a .400 batting average. Thiel is close behind at .390 and heads the list with six home runs and 22 RBIs. Wilder is hitting .376, Vitali .312, Jackson .300, Ron Nelson .297, Tony Nelson .244 and Johnson .229. Vitali and BJjxt have contributed three homers apiece and have 16 and 15 RBIs, respectively. Wilder also has 15 runs batted in. Bob Berry tops the pitching staff that will see a lot of action this weekend. Berry, who has six wins against no defeats, boasts a 1.7 ERA and has struck out 53 batters in 46 and two- thirds innings. Rounding out the corps of moundsmen are Kirk King, 3-1; Mike Yard, 2-0; Tim Hay den, 2-0; Dan Jacobs, 2-2, and Forry Franckey, 2-2. Amateur Short Track MOTORCYCLE RACES Saturday Night — July 14 — 8 p.m. 7 MILES NORTH OF GALESBURG ON U.S. 150 Admission $1.50; Children Under 12 Free lynch Available on Grounds Plenty of Free Parking Sponsored by Galesburg Motorcycle Club AM.A. Sanctioned and issued four bases on balls. In the seventh inning the Pioneers got things started when Dan Ness and Bob Briskey walked to put runners at first end second. With McCarthy running for Briskey, Steen attempted to sacrifice but forced Ness at third base. Mike Heimerdmger then hit a deep drive to right-center that Was Caught, advancing runners to second and third. J(hn Hoscheidt then hit a smash that the third baseman couldn't handle, driving in the two runs. After that Bob Szczecinski produced an insurance run whenihe G0ES R0UTE _ Tom stccn singled home Hoscheidt. The Went tbc ro(|tc on thc mound Arizona third baseman, who ^4 njght as the Gales . .367 mark, according to the most c JL recent CICL statistics, was one for four for the night. CICL Standings w Pel. GB 1.000 .667 .333 .333 .333 .333 Bloomington (9-17) 3 Springfield (13-12), 2 Peoria (15-12) .... 1 Macomb (13-15) .. 1 Galesburg (13-14) 1 X-Mattoon (15-8) 1 X—First-half champion, figures in parentheses are over-all season record. Yesterday's Results Charleston-Mattoon 6, Peoria 1 Bloomington 11, Springfield 7 Galesburg 3, Macomb 1 Today'! Garnet Bloomington at Peoria (Meincn Field), 7:30 p.pi. Galesburg at Springfield (Lanphier Park), 7:30 p.m. Saturday's Games Charleston-Mattoon at Macomb (Vince Grady Field), 2, 2 p.m. Bloomington at Galesburg (Knox College), 2 p.m. Hoscheidt, Southern Illinois outfielder had two for four and two RBIs. Galesburg Hei'dingcr Hoscheidt Szcz'cinskl Bradley Miller Pure ell Ness Briskey McCarthy Bullmar Steen Total Score by innings: Galesburg . 000 000 Macomb ab r h ab r h 3 0 1 Siron 5 0 2 4 1 2 Babcock 3 0 1 4 0 1 Pettenuzzo 4 0 1 3 0 0 Piskorski , 4 0 0 2 0 0 Wheat 4 0 2 3 0 0 Stumpf 3 0 0 3 0 1 Grybash 4 0 1 2 O 0 Jorn 4 0 0 O 1 0 Scholz 3 1 0 1 0 0 Newcomer O 0 0 3 1 0 Volk 1 0 0 27 3 5 Total 35 1 1 Macomb Steen (W 3-4) Scholz (L2-3) Newcomer ... 001 Ip h 300—3 000 000—1 r er bb ao 10 4 6 3 3 8 6 0 0 0 2 Loop Church Box Scores (1st Game) Corpus Christ! WilliamsUeld ab r h| ab r h Betts 6 1 liHoward 4 1 1 Glasnovich 3 3 l|Kimler 4 0 0 Swigart 4 3 2|Hartman 3 10 Butts 2 3 HOlson 2 3 1 Maxwell 4 2 1! Mason 4 2 3 G. Sullivan 5 1 OiBantz 3 1 1 Brubaker 4 1 2|West 10 0 Wright 2 2 llRodgers 4 2 1 K. Sullivan 4 1 2|E. Lewis 4 12 R. Lewis 3 0 2 H-P-W Beats Eagles; Hi-Lo Tops Moose Two games were played in Junior Hardball League Thursday night. Hinchliff - Pearson- West edged the Eagles 10-9 in the Babe Ruth opener at H. T. Custer Park, and Hi-Lo defeated Moose Lodge 7-4 in the Connie Mack nightcap. Mark Hannam was the winning pitcher in the opener as Hinchliff brought home five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning for a come-from-behind victory. Loser was Jay Vargas. Jim Young went two for four to lead H-P-W, while Steve Carter was three for four for the Eagles. Hi-Lo led all the way in the second game. Kevin Vallero was the winner as Dale Hopping picked up the save. Credited with the defeat was Dave Stevens. Leading Hi-Lo was Mike Cooley with two base hits in four times at bat. Eagles H-P-W ab r hi ab r h McKeever 3 O OiS. Nemeth 0 2 0 2 3]Young 4 1 " Total 34 17 11 Score by innings Corpus Christi — Williamsfield Total 32 10 11 ...913 00O 4—17 ...100 511 2—10 (2nd Guns) Corpus Christi Willlamslisld ab * h Betts 4 Maxwell 4 Swigart 4 Butts 4 Brubaker 4 G. Sullivan 4 K. Sullivan 2 Wright 4 Poplett 3 Kimler Hartman R. Lewis Bantz' Howard Hunt ILikes ULumberry llMason ISecrist I Olson IE. Lewis ab r 4 0 3 1 2 3 4 4 1 3 3 0 3 Carter J. Wil'son Vargas Bacon S. Wil'son Glasnovich Horaney Smith Redington Kramer Allcon 0 1 Smith 3 3 1 1 OILibby 3 0 1 Hannam 4 0 0 DeJaynes 3 0 0 Patterson 2 0 0 2 0|B. Nemeth 3 11 - - - "00 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1| 0 1 1 1 Reynolds 0 OCisco 0 01 Reed 1 llJoyner Total Eagles H-P-W 27 9 8[ Total 132 004 25 10 6 003— 9 015—10 Hi-Lo Cooley Hopping Rescinito Scott Johann Cox Foster 2iHumes ab r hi 4 2 2Hyde 1 OlStevens 2 OSandburg 0 llSmtih 0 ULaDuke 0 OiKniss 1 HAdams 1 OWeal Moos* lb! h 3 0 1 3 0 0 4 0 0 2 1 0 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 Total 33 3 111 Total 31 7 8 Score by innings: Corpus Christi 022 000 Williamsfield 005 110 -8 Vallero Mims Interial 1 1 2 2 2 3 2 0 OlPepmeyer .10 1 0 0 oi Wo0lSey 2 ° 0 1Scrappers ' 23~4 - 5l T - h °- m P son 5 1 300 0—7 Four Players Share Lead In Tourney Four players were tied for the lead in the championship flight after the opening round of the Central Illinois Country Club Association Tournament at So- angetaha Thursday. The 3-day, 54-hole traveling tourney is being hosted at thc Soangetaha gotf course this year. The second round was played today, and the final 18 holes will be shot Saturday. Pete Boynton and Dave Cox, both of Galesburg, Joel Eastman of Peoria and Dennis Cashman of Quincy carded 1- over par 73s in yesterday's play to tie for the lead in the championship flight. In the first flight the best ball pairs of Bob Eisner Jr. of Champaign and Kirtley Wilson of Decatur and Bert Leach of Champaign and Gil Deavers of Bloomington were tied for first with identical scores of 71. The lowest score was turned in in the second flight. John McKinzie of Bloomington and Bill Thalman of Danville fired a best ball score of 69. Area golfers had the lead in the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth flights. Galesburg's Sam Swanson and Bloomington's Bob Gipson tied in the fifth with Bob Anderson, Danville, and Elmo Gentes, Bloomington, at 72. D. K. Wilcox and Randy Hult of Peoria had 79, Bill Artz and Bob Lane from Bloomington had 81 and Dick Neagle and Joe Hecht of Peoria shot 81 to hold down first place in the last three flights. GALESBURG ALL CITY MfN'S GOLF TOURNAMENT fintry Blank Tournomtnt Dotti: July 21-22; July 28-29 Nam* Addreu Hem* Court* No Entry P** Returned — No Substitution of Entries ENTRY FEE $10 (For Pairing Purposes Application and Entry Foe Ar* Requested to be Turned in at One of the Three Local Courses by July 17.) Tournament committee reserves the right to reject entries. Clemente Plane Overloaded And Had Damaged Engine WASHINGTON (UP1) - An overloaded plane carrying baseball star Roberto Clemente crashed when an engine damaged in an earlier accident failed on takeoff, government safety investigators said today. The Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder and four other persons died Dec. 31, when a four- engine DC7 carrying relief supplies" to victims of the Nicaraguan earthquake crashed shortly after takeoff from San Juan, Puerto Rico. In its report on the accident, the National Transportation Safety Board said: —The plane was 4,193 pounds overweight when it took off. —An engine failure was blamed on an earlier taxiing I firm which provided the char accident —The plane had not been flown "in approximately four months" prior to the crash. —Another engine failed to develop "full power" on takeoff because of "excessive wear." The board said the co-pilot of the plane, who was also president of American Air Express Leasing Company, the tcred plane, only had six hours of flight experience with a DC7. The flight engineer also ; was unqualified for his job,' the board said. Accordig to the board, thc plane was involved in an accident Dec. 2 when it ran into a drainage ditch as it taxied around the airport. Major League Box Scores Girls' Team Loses, Wins During Week Scrappers, Galesburg g i r 1 s' softball team, lost at home and won on the road in action during the week. At 0. N. Custer Park on Sunday the Scrappers were edged 9-8 by Lewistown, which came up with four runs in the last in- ing. On Wednesday it was all Scrappers in a 13-5 romp at Williamsfield. In Sunday's game Shields, Mackey, Wymer, Asher and Shea all knocked out two base hits. Miles hit a home run for Lewistown. Against Williamsfield it was Kathy Shea getting a homer for the Scrappers. Adams got five hits in as many trips to the plate, and Olson went four for five. Ann Thompson was the winning pitcher. Scrappars . Lawlstown sb r Thompson 5 1 Shields Olson Mackey Wymer Asher Shea Kirken'yer 4 Fero 4 h 1 2 21 2 0 1 2 1 2i 1 2 0 2 0 01 0 1 Total 38 8 12 Scrappers Mann Mily Miles Dosler Spyres Weeks McCance Eveland Gilson ab r 5 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4 2 4 1 4 1 4 1 4 0 Total 37 0 13 ... 420 000 2—8 112 010 4—9 East Moline Race Results FIRST RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Miss Gaines Creek (S. Vail) 11.40 3.B0 2.20 Havana Image (J. Wash) 2.40 2.20 Cruiser (J. Compton) 2.20 Time: 48:0 SECOND RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Classic Bell (J. Gill) 6.00 3.40 3.40 General Knaled (P. Ted'ck) 2.80 2.60 Muff Tuffins (J. Canlglla) 3.60 Time: 48.2 Daily Double—1 & 6. Paid $77.40. THIRD RACE: (6 Furlongs)— South Dakota Red (J. Compton) 5.40 3.00 2.20 Whisper When (J. Canlglia) 3.20 2.20 Manhattan Miss (P. Compton) 2.40 Time: 1:14.3 FOURTH RACE: (5',i Furlongs) Jocantry (T. McHerney) 3.80 2.40 2.40 Light The Fuse (P. Tcdrick) 2.40 2.40 Untouchable (S. Vail) 3.00 . Time: 1:00.1 FIFTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Inn Roads (G. Blrzcr) 87.40 34.60 5.40 Easter Comet (S. Vail) 5.40 3.00 Ami Sun (J. Wash) 2.40 Time: 1:51.1 Quinclla—3 & 7. Paid $155.40. SIXTH RACE: (5Vi Furlongs)— Misty Cindy (P. Compton) 7.60 3.40 3.20 Cindy Vennette (J. Canlglia) 3.60 2.80 Wise Btm (L. Jensen) 2.60 Time: 1:07.4 SEVENTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Spur's Picture (C. J. Gilbert) 0.20 4,60 4.40 Alibbai Joe (L. Jensen) 7.60 5.00 Elk City Boy (S. Vail) 3.40 Time: 47:3 Quinella—5 & 6. Paid $27.80. EIGHTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— His Pleasure (P. Compton) 16.60 5.00 3.80 Valkarian (G. Podlinski) 3.80 3.40 Lucky Stride (S. Vail) 3.40 Time: 1:27.3 NINTH RACE: (5'/j Furlongs)— House Speaker (L. Jensen) 3.80 3.00 3.40 Sassy Nature (G. Blrzer) 8.00 5.80 Sweet Chateau (J. aCniglla) 4.80 Sweet Chateau (J. Caniglia) 4.80 Quinella—2 & 5. Paid $21.40. Time: 1:06.1 Baltimore Bumbry Baylor Coggins Refund Blair Powell Davis WU'lnms Grieh Rob'son Bellinger Jef'rson Jackson ab r h bl! 3 1 1 OjKelly 1 0 0 0|Muscr 3 0 1 OjAlvnr'o Chicago ab r h bl 3 0 0 0 3 12 1 10 10 2 0 1 0| 4 12 2 4 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 3 0 2 21 4 0 1 0| 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H. Allen 0 (I 0 0 May 4 0 0 0 Mellon 4 110 Hcncl'on 4 0 0 0 Brnclf'd 4 0 0 0 Horr'nn 3 0 11 Jeter 10 0 0 Orta 2 12 0 Leon 3 0 0 0 Johnson o o 0 0 Forstcr 0 0 0 0 Total 32 3 7 2 Kansas City New York nb r hbil ab r, h bl Patck 4 0 1 0 Clarke 5 Rojiis 2 10 0 Otis 4 112 Mayb'ry 2 0 0 l) Klrkp'ck 4 0 0 0 Plnielln 4 0 1 0 Hovley 4 110 M. Alou fl„l 3 I White 4 12 1 Murcer 3' 0 3 2 Blo'bcrg 5 0 0 (i Nettles '.VI' 3 0 Cnl'son 3 2 1 1 Bcvn'qua 4 0 1 OjMunson 3 3 2 0 ltealy 3 0 2 1 Drago 0 0 0 0 Mlngorl 0 0 0 0 Dal Ca'n 0 0 0 0 Michael 4 113 Dobson 0 0 0 u Total 35 4 10 4 Score by Innings: Baltimore . 002 100 010—4 Chicago 002 100 000—3 E—Bumbry. DP—Baltimore 1, Chicago 1. LOB—Baltimore 10, Chi cago 4. 2B—Muser 2, Alvarndo. HR—Blair (6). SB—Grlch, Bumbry, Blair. ip h r ar bb so Jefferson (W3-1) . 7 6 3 2 2 5 Jackson 2 1 0 0 0 2 Johnson 5% 5 3 3 0 4 Forstcr (L2-3) 3','j 5 110 1 Save—Jackson (5). WP—Jefferson 2. PB—Herrmann. T—2:34. A—16,772. Total 39 1017 10 Oil) Total 31 3 7 31 Score by Innings. Kansas City .200 010 OOP— 3 New York . ,120 330 (tlx—10 E—Patck. DP—Kansas City 2,, New York 2. LOB—Kansas City 5, Now York 0. „.,.•., 2B—M. Alou. Nettles, Hcaly, Michael, White, Mincer. 3B—Munson. HR—Otis (16), Calltson (1). SB— Otis. Ip h r Srbbio Drago (L9-0) 3>;> 8 5' 4 1 1 Mlngorl 1% 5 4 4 2 0 Dai Canton 3 4 110 1 Dobson (W5-3) ... n 7 3 3 4 4 Time—2:30. A—15,223. Pittsburgh ab r h bl Parker 4 0 0 pi Sang'len 4 I 1 0 Oliver 4 1 1 0 Stnrgcll 4 1 1 . Hcbncr 3 0 0 0 Rob'son 3 1 1 1 Stcnnctf 4 0 2 0 Maxvlll 4 0 0 0 Walker 2 0 0 0 San DUflo ab r hbl Thomas 4 0 1 p J. M'les 4 0 10 Roberts 4 0 0 0 Colbert 4 0 () 0 Gaston 4 0 1 0 Win field 3 0 0 Cor'ales 3 0 1 o n. M'les 3 0 1 0 Klrby 2 0 o 0 Murrcll 1 0 Ross 0 0 0 0 Total 32 4 6 4| Total 32 0 5 0 Score by innings: Pittsburgh ... 000 300 100-4 San Diego 000 000 000-0 E—Maxvlll, Hcbncr. DP—Pittsburgh 2. LOB—Pittsburgh 4, San Diego 5. 2B—Stcnnett, R. Morales. HR— Stargell (26), Robertson (10). S— Walker. ip h r ar bb so Walker (W 5-7) - 9 5 0 0 0 5 Klrby (L 5-10) .... 8 6 4 4 0 2 Ross . 1 0 0 0 1 0 HBP—by Ross (Robertson). T—2:10. A—2,865. St. Louis Brock Slze'ore McC'vcr Torre Slm'ons Cruz Cnrbo Tyson Folkers Dwycr Granger Los Angeles ab r hbl ab, r hbl 4 0 0 0 Lopes '4* 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 Motn .4, 1, 2 0 4 0 2 0 Davis 4 0 4 1 4 0 0 0 FciR'on •2 ,i ,l. 0 0 4 0 2 0 Cey 4 o 0 o 3 0 2 OlGarvey 4 1-2 0 ;i 0 0 01Russell 4 0 0 0 3 0 10 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Buckncr4 1 2 3 Mes'ith 4 0 10 Total 34, 4 13 4 Total 32 0 7 0 Score by innings: St. Louis 000 000,, 000—0 Los Angeles 100 100 02x— 4 E—Tyson. DP—St. Louis it, Los Angeles 1. LOB—St. Louis 5, Los Anecles 8. " • . 2B—Mcssersmlth. 3B—Mota. HR — Buckncr (4). SB—Cruz. ip h rerbbto Folkers (L2-1) ..7 11 2' 2 "I 4 Granger . 1 2 2 112 Mcssers'ith (W8-6) 9 7 0 0 0 1 T—1:56. A—20,378. READ THE WANT ADS! Total 20 7 5| Total Hi-Lo -301 0—7 Moose 010 0-4 CYCLE INSURANCE Call Us For A Quote Today! CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES: Local Claims Service Competitive Price lay-Up Coverage 2 Bike Discount Safe Cyclist Discount 6 8-12 Month Policies Pay Plans Available Robert 1 Miller Agency 343-1168 CHERRY & SIMMONS Williams Shea Hungate Olson Shields Kirken'er Adams Fero Asher 3 Harpman 1 llHerman 1 2'Secrist 1 3 Cook 0 4'Theobald 0 2 ! Hunt 0 OCollopy 3 5 Green 3 2'Bvcroft 3 3 : Weight ILewis WllllamiHald ab r h 4 0 2 4 2 3 4 1 3 4 1 1 4 1 3 4 0 2 4 0 1 3 0 1 10 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 Total Scrappers Williamsfield 44 13 25} Total 36 5 18 200 343 1—13 . 410 000 0— 5 Junior League Social Planned Galesburg's Junior Hardball i League Women's Auxiliary Ice • Cream Social is scheduled foH July 21 (Saturday) at H. T. Cus-; jter Park. I It's the same night of the ; American Legion's doublehead-: er with Geneseo. Serving wilJ be from 5 to 7:30. Tickets will! iinclude ice cream and cake or jpie with drink extra. 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