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Legion Romps to 12-2 Win By LAJtRY ANDERSON (Staff Writer) The fact that it was Friday the 13th didn't bother the Galesburg American Legion. The Legionnaires came up with 13 big hits and defeated Jackson ville 12-2 in 4% innings at H T. Custer Park Friday night. •Hie Legion's big bats, which had fallen silent on a Jeanne road trip, came back with a vengeance against the Jacksonville team. Except for control problems with two out in the top of the fifth, winning pitcher Fwry Franckey Wjooild have had a shutout. The victory raises the Legionnaires' season record to 207. Oh Wednesday night Legion Post 285 swept a doubleheader at Limestone but had earlier j suffered four losses to state! championship teams in a paif of away tuornaments. Tonight the locals are sehed uled to host Wood Kdvef for a doubleheader at 6:30. Coach Fred Stevens will be sending Danny Jacobs, 2-2, against Wood River in the opener, white either Mike Thompson, 2-2, or Mike Yard, 2-0, will pitch in the night* cap. The Legionnaires then travel to Peoria Sunday for two games at Meinen Field to start at 1:30 p.m. Kirk King, 3-1, and Bob Berry, 6-0, will be the starting hurters. "I think we were racking the bats like we can," said a happy coach Stevens after the game. "The road trips helped us because we saw a lot of good teams." At one time the Legion team boasted a .380 team batting average, but that average had fallen to just over .300 by the end of the string of away games. The 13 hits in 2$ times at bat turned that around, however. Winning pitcher Franckey helped his own cause with three hits in as many trips to the plate. Ron Nelson and Tony Nelson each went two for three, while Jerry Blixt added a home run smash in the first inning. Franckey went the distance, shortened by the 10-run rule, for the win. Me allowed two hits, struck out nine and walked four. Two of the walks and one hit resulted in the tow runs in the fifth inning after two Jacksonville players had been put out. "Franckey played a heck of a game," praised Stevens, who feels his pitching corps is coming on strong. Strong pitching will help the Legion as District Tournament play opens in just under two weeks. Says the Legion mentor, "Pitching is the.name of the game. You either get the pitching or you don't go anywhere JtekMnvlll* ibr h| Roach 3 1 OJJackson Vahle 2 1 0 ; R. Nelson Reltermari 3 O 1 Thtel Graddy 1 0 ojVitali Turner 2 0 OiBlixt Weslburg 1 0 1 Thompson Ervin 2 0 (VT. Nelson Barber 2 0 OJohnson Doerflcr 2 0 OlFranckey Galttbttrt ikt h 4 1 1 3 12 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 3 1 1 3 1 2 3 1 1 3 2 3 25 12 13 Total 18 2 2| Total Score by innings: Jacksonville OOO 08— 2 1 Galesburg .414 3x—12 lp h t erbbte Franckey (W3-2) . 5 2 2 0 4 Doerfler (L) 3 11 9 a 1 Graddy 1 2 3 3 2 On the Rebound Sundberg Is Swinging Bat In Pro Style By JOE MORRISSEY Sports Editor Springfield Rips Galesburg, 9-2 Jim Sundberg, former Galesburg baseball star, is back in the lineup for Pittsfield, Mass., of the double A Eastern League and back in form with the bat. Things are looking pretty good for the former Galesburg High School and American Legion player, who is hoping to move up the ladder soon in the climb toward the big leagues. . Out for three weeks with a broken finger on his throwing hand, Jim has been back in action for just a little over a week. At last report he was batting around .350. He has been playing regularly since returning. Sundberg caught both ends of a doubleheader recently and went four for seven at the plate. He did a good job defensively, gunning a couple of runners out at second. St. Louis may be running second in the National League East and challenging front-running Chicago for the lead; but they are actually third in popularity, at least according to WGIL ratings. It goes like this: Chicago Cubs, Country Music and the St. Louis Cardinals, in that order. , ' All Cub games are broadcast on WGIL-AM and last year the FM - station carried Cardinal games. However, this year it seems that WGIL-FM listeners . would rather hear country music than the Cardinals. I'm no country music fan, but I can understand that, ^ • ' -J- .- ; Joe Ferguson; a one-time CICL batting champion for the Galesburg Pioneers, has returned to the Los Angeles Dodgers lineup after an injury. . Joe won the first string job as catcher and is one of the reasons the Dodgers are leading the division. He broke his hand a few weeks ago. Ferguson is currently carry ing a .276 batting average with 12 home runs and 49 runs bat- tod in. He was a hard4hrowing rigfothanded pitcher when he first came to the Pioneers but developed a sore arm. SPRINGFIELD — Springfield bats produced 16 hits as the Caips romped to a 9-2 victory over the Galesburg Pioneers in Central. Illinois Collegiate League game here Friday night. It was the third victory of second half play for the host team which has lost just one. Galesburg's CICL entry has one win and three losses. The Pioneers are to host league-leading Bloomington this afternoon in a game scheduled fior 2 p.m. at Knox College's Blodgett Field. While the Springfield batters were pounding Galesburg pitchr ing, the Caps' Nick Baltz was checking the Pioneers on just six hits. After giving up a first inning run, he was in charge the rest of the way, striking out 10 and issuing just one free pass. It was the fourth win of the season for Baltz against no bsses. Gary Bradley, Drake University, led the Pioneer attack with three hits in four trips, including a double. Dennis Werth, Lincoln Junior College, led the winners with tour for five and Steve Verban, Lewis College, had two hits, including a homer. CICL Standings W X> T>d. OB Bloomington (9-18) 3 1 .750 — Springfield (14-12) 3 1 .750 — Peoria (14-12) 2 2 .500 1 Macomb (13-15) 1 2 .333 \% x-C-Mattoon (15-8) 1 2 .333 1V4 Galesburg (13-15) 1 3 .250 2 x-Denotes first-half champion; over-all season records in parentheses. Yesterday's Results Peoria 12, Bloomington 11 Springfield 9, Galesburg 2 Today'* Games Charleston-Mattoon at Macomb (Vince Grady Field), 2, 2 p.m. Bloomington at Galesburg (Knox College), 2 p.m. Sunday's Games Charleston-Mattoon at Macomb (Vince Grady Field), 2 p.m. Springfield at Peoria, (Meinen Field), 7:30 p.m. Galtsburi ab r h Hei'dinger 4 0 0 Hoscheidt 3 0 0| Szcz'cinski 4 10 Bradley Purcell Miller Ness Briskey Bollman Koeneke Klein Total 4 0 3 4 11 4 0 1 4 0 1 10 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 33~2~6 Verban Murphy 'Marshall Bennett Werth Selgo Lee Twellman McAlister Former Baltz, Springfield ab r h 5 2 2 5 0 2 2 5 1 4 13 5 0 4 5 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 . Total 37 915 Galesburg 100 000 001—2 Springfield ———.240 .101 lOx—9 E—Selgo 2, Bradley, Miller, Ness. RBI—Bennett 3, Selgo, Verban 2, Werth 3, Bradley, Miller. 2B—Selgo, Werth, Bradley, Bennett 2, Purcell. HR—Verban. SF—Bennett. DP— Galesburg, Springfield. Ip h r erbbio Koeneke (L5-2) — 5 12 8 6 5 Klein 3 3 111 Baltz (W4-0) - 9 6 2 1 10 WP—Koeneke, Klein, Baltz 2. HBP — Marshall (Klein) Hoscheidt (Baltz). PB—Bollman, Former. Class B Softball Results Finishers Coombs Shragal Conley Webber Haneghan Luna Wetterow Moore Richardson 3 10 Ennis 4 2 2 ab r h 4 0 1 4 2 2 4 2 3 4 12 3 11 4 1 2! 3 3 2 3 0 2 Total 36 13 17 Boyer Stevens Way Farquer Johnson Jefferson Parrish Shepherd Hebard Merriman Woerly DeCamp Rod's ab r h 4 1 1 4 2 2 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 0 0 4 11 4 12 3 1 1 2 0 1 10 0 3 0 1 2 0 1 Total 361216 Giants ibr h[ Watson 4 0 1| Wilson T, NoceUa 4 0 l|Best R. Main 4 1, HBlommo M. NoceUa 3 2 llSprague Walker 3 1 2|Brunkow D. Main 3 0 2|Cisco 1 0 olSmith 2 0 OIGerman Roberts Carlson Semande Keneipp Doan Total 2 11 3 12 3 0 1 32 6 12 Murfin Thor 'John Monical Eagles ab r h 3 1 1 3 1 1 2 0 2 4 0 2 4 0 0 3 11 3 0 1 0 10 3 0 0 2 11 10 0 10 0 STANDINGS American Division W American Business Clubs 5 Eagle Food Center 5 Rod's East End Tap 4 Gates Misfits 3 Gates Giants .„.— -— 2 National Division WW , Admiral « Goodyear 3 . Grady's 2100 Club 2 Lions Club - 2 Gates Finishers 2 L 1 2 3 2 4 L 1 4 5 5 5 Watson Has 70 Average, Tops Ratings Dick Watson posted an average of 70 to head WGIL's area golf ratings for the week of July 2-8 inclusive. Watson, playing at Lake Bracken, turned in rounds of 67 and 73 to hold down first place in the men's 18-64 division. Eph Hughes was second and Lee Bevard third with averages of 72.5 and 73, respectively. In the junior division Dan Stoerzbach , also playing at Bracken, led the way with two rounds and average of 78. Behind Stoerzbach was Robbie Owen with an 84-stroke average. Carding rounds of 77 and 79 for a 78 average at Bunker Links, Jim Johnson topped the senior division for men 65 and older. In second was Earl Gibb with an 89.5 mark. There were no women's ratings for the week because too few scores were turned in. Men (ll-M) Dick Wa'tson (67/73) 70.0 Eph Hughes (71/74) 72.5 Lee Bevard (89/77) — - 73.0 George Burgland (72/75) 73.5 Jim Swanson (73/74) _ 73.5 Jim Foutch (76/72) . 74.0 Max Lawrence (73/75) 74.0 Joe Rodeffer (73/76) . 74.5 Chuck Schacht (78/75) 75.0 Glenn Thurman (75/75) 75.0 Bud Hilgenberg (74/77) 75.5 Phil Johnston (75/76) 75.5 Bob MacFarland 75/76) 75.5 Wilber Walck . (75/77) 76.0 Jim Nixon (76/78) — 77.0 Juniors Dan Stoerzbach (78/78) 78.0 Robbie Owen (73/85) — 84.0 Senior* (65 -OIder) Jim Johnson (77/79) 78.0 Earl Gibb (88/91) 89.5 Guy Trulock (92/91) 91.5 Curtis Signed BALTIMORE (UPI) - The Baltimore Colts Friday announced the signing of veteran linebacker Mike Curtis. That left only two players—defensive end Bubba Smith and reserve end Jim O'Brien—still unsigned. &g1ster>Mail SPORTS • i 1 *. it •i Cards, Tigers, Sox, Giants Post Wins in Little League Total 29 5 9 Score by innings: Giants 310 110 0—6 Eagles . ... 040 100 0—5 BULLETIN TROON, Scotland (UPI) Tom Weiakopf today gained his first major championship when he won the British Open with a final round 70 for a three stroke victory over U.S. Open king Johnny Miller and British veteran Neil Coles. Weiskopf, capping a brilliant trtvo-month stretch which has seen him win three titles and finish no lower than fifth in six previous starts, led after each round, and finished with a 72 hole score of 276, 12 under par, to tie the British Open record. Grady's 2100 ibr h! Admiral ah r h Price 4 1 1'Miller 4 13 Cobby 2 0 OIKneebone 5 12 Davison 4 0 2|Bennett 3 0 2 Leggee 4 1 HBroadfield 4 0 1 Pick 3 0 OIBeaulieu 4 2 2 Hick 3 1 OIRose 4 11 D. Bair 3 2 3|Voix 3 2 1 Stranger 1 0 OIRoitburd 3 2 0 Boyd ' 3 0 2|Frazier 3 3 3 Hungerford 2 0 OlEngle 3 10 M. Bair 1 0 OJPershke 111 Vericella 1 0 llHaef linger 10 0 Neal- 1 0 01 Total 32 510| Total 38 1416 Score by innings: Grady's 2100 Oil 002 1—5 Admiral . 030 430 4—14 Lions England Reeder Hallam Stewart Clay Peters Grawey Stremmel J. Wilson D. Wilson Bair Barstow Franey Shaver. Southwell Fisher Walker Andrews Goodman Johnson Ford The Cardinals beat the Dodg -iG»«ni« ers 6-3 and the Tigers edged the Red Sox 10-9 in Little League games at 0. N. Custer Park Thursday night. Friday night the White Sox topped the Indians 1210 and the Giants dropped the Braves 9-1. Jeff Mitchell was the winner and Denis Boylson the loser in Thursday's opener. Troy Berry went three for three for the Cards, while Jeff Galloway hom­ ered and had two base hits to lead the Dodgers. Red Sox' Brian Huffman was victim of a 9-run sixth inning in the nightcap, and Victor Corpuz picked up the win. Don Simmons hit a home run for the Sox. In Friday's first game, Dave Tolley pounded out four hits in as many trips and recorded a save for the White Sox. Credited Goodyear ib i hi ab r h 3 0 IIP. Gomez 6 5 3 3 0 1IW. Ha'idt 5 2 2 3 0 1|J. Fritz 5 3 3 2 0 1|J. Sekeres 5 3 3 2 1 1IB Hil'erg 5 2 4 2 0 OlWiJson 5 2 3 2 0 HSmith 5 2 2 2 1 HGianos 4 3 1; ? I i'5- Airman 5 3 4|with the victory was Eric Benge, 1 0 OK. Olson 5 4 3 |_„j „..jLs__i : — i. fL. 1 0 OlHilgenberg 1 1 1 Total 23 3 8| Total 51 30 29 Score by innings: Uons 010 02— 3 Goodyear 1226 100—30 Electricity was generated for the first time from atomic energy in 1951, at Arco, Idaho, "Y" SWIM TEAM COACH We are looking for an individual with Swimming knowledge & a desire to work closely with tht youth of our community. Part-Time. Paid Position. JACK PALKO — 342-5335 KEN HOLLMANN — 343-4849 and Curt Cunningham got the defeat. The Giants scored all nine runs in the fifth inning in the other game. Getting the win was Casey Piggee, while Tom Southwell was the losing hurler. Little League's regular season ends tonight with Pirates meeting the Cubs and Athletics playing the Yankees. •b r. h 1 1 OConners l 0 0 Piggee 3 1 lFelz 3 1 2McKillip 3 1 2|Sprague 3 1 llAlexander (! 1 rr j Blumensh'e 2 1 O'Henderson 2 0 0 1 1 OlCervantez 3 1 2lWebber 2 l o|Jonea 1 0 OCohvell IPacheco Galesburg, 111., Saturday, Local Golfers Qualify For State Meet CHAMPAIGN - Galesburg's Doug Allensworth and Bill Kirk- ehdall made the cut in the South Qualifying Round for the Illinois State Championship here Friday. Galesburg's Bob Dredge is a former state champion and automatically gets a berth in the tournament. A total of 126 players competed for 56 places and ties in the qualifying round. The championship will be held at Pekin Country Club Aug. 7-9. Kirkendall, former Silver Streak golfer now at Illinois State University, fired 40 on the front nine and 36 on the back nir.e for a round of 76. Aliens- worth, who graduated from GHS in June, was one stroke behind with 37 and 40 for 77. Posting the lowest score for the day was Brad Parker of Bloomington. Barker went 34- S6 for a 1-under par 70. The cutoff for qualifying was made at 81. The Champaign course is 6.251 yards with a par of 35-36— 7i. New Session Is Scheduled By County Y Knox County YMCA's second 5-week session of aquatics and instructional recreation programs begins next week. Included are progressive swim instruction classes for youths to be held on Monday and Wednesday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. The 10- lesson series is $5 for members and $12 for non-members. Classes for children six months to four years, the Mom 'N Tot division, are set for Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Charge is $5 for members and $10 for non-members. On Monday and Wednesday afternoons tiny tot gym and swim instruction will be held. The age group is four to six years old, and fee is $8 for members and $14 for non-members. There wiV also be semi-private and private swim instruction for both youth and adults as well as youth and family swims. Tennis lessons will be given to youths and adults on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. Charge for the lessons is $6 for members and $10 for non-members. East Moline Race Results FIRST RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Sir Gille (Li. Antus) 5.40 3.00 3.60 Rose and Twist (L. Jensen) 5.80 5.80 Hillbar (S. Vail) 5.40 Time: 1:15.0 SECOND RAICE: (6 Furlongs)— First Love (P. Tedrick) 31.40 15.00 0.40 Crackling (J. Canlglla) 10.20 6,00 Big Time Red (L. Jensen) 5.C0 Time: 3:10 0 2 o ol Daily Double—1 & 0. Paid $189.40. 1 n ol THIRD RACE: 6U Furlongs)— 0 0 0 Gogo Date (S. Vail) 4.60 2.60 2.20 GALESBURG ALL CITY MIN'S GOLF TOURNAMENT tntry ttink Tournomtnt Dotal: July 21*22; July 28*29 Nam* Address Homo Course No Entry f— Re-turned — No Substitution of Entries ENTRY FEE $10 (For Pairing Purposes Application and Entry Fee Aro Rtquastad to bo Turnod in at One of the Three Local Courses by July 17.) Tournament committee reserves the right to reject entriei. Coe Predicts Tough Battle In Men's All-City By THOMAS MARVELLI (Staff Writer) Bob Coe Jr. was taking the day off Friday. "I got off vacation July 8 and I must have played golf 13 hours a day for two weeks. If you keep it up like that you can get stale." One year ago Bob's tunc was a little different. He was working on his fourth city championship in a row and if anything was happening to him, Bob Coe Jr. wasn't getting stale. Coe planned his vacation to coincide with the 1972 Galesburg All-City Men's Golf Tournament. The day he left for his yearly break he was notified by Burlington Northern Railroad, his employer, of 18 hours of tests •that were 30 days away. The run for the hardware turned out to be, at least for Coe, a run for a railroad engine. He passed his tests and became an engineer but lost his title to current defending champion Jim Wetherbee. Bob Coe Jr. Why didn't you quit the tourney with all those tests to study lor and wait a year? "I'm just not that way. I feel everyone that can contribute should play. We've got. some of Area Golfers Mount Threat In Soangetaha Tournament Area golfers, led by Dave Cox .while Pete Boynton, who also in the championship flight, had claims Soangetaha as his home a chance to walk off with sev- course, is tied for third with Braves ab i h 3 0 1 4 12 2 0 0 3 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 oral first-place trophies as they took to the course for the final round of the Central Illinois Country Club Association Tournament at Soangetaha today. The last flight teed off at 2:30 this afternoon in the 54-holc tourney which began Thursday. The 8-country club traveling tournament consists of nine flights, including a championship flight. Cox emerged from a 4-way tie after the first round of play to hold a 1-stroke advantage in his flight with 73-74-147. Peoria's Joel Eastman is second at 148, Pres Seckel, Peoria, at 150 Galesburg's Roger Coleman and Bob Naab of Peoria and Bob Gipson and Soangetaha's Sam Swanson post best ball scores of 151 and 153, respectively, in fifth flight. D. K. Wilcox and Charles Paisley lead sixth flight with a 158 total, and local Iinkster Bill Artz and Bob Lane head seventh flight with 161. Dick Neagle of Galesburg and Joe Hecht have 169 in eighth flight, but with 170 are Chet Keller and Bob Eichorn. Major League Box Scores 1 0 0 1 0 0 23 1 5 Total 23 9 8[ Total Score by Innings: Giants 000 090—9 Braves 000 100—1 Indiana ab i h Lu. Powell 1 0 OIBenge Cun'gham 4 1 2i B. Has'cher 3 2 2 Unger 4 1 1 Anderson 2 2 0 LI. Powell 111 Cecil 311 Snyder 3 12 Overton 1 0 0| j. Has'cher 10 0 Johnson 2 11 Total 24 10 10 LaFollette McMillan Tolley Robertson Ellison Smith Childers McQuillen Sauier Townsend While Sox •b r h 4 2 3 4 2 1 3 2 1 4 2 4 4 12 3 1 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 3 0 0 Total 31 12 13 Score by innings: Indians .010 234—10 White Sox S10 123—12 Tigiri Rad Sox ib r h| ab * h M. Reed 2 0 0|S. Huff'n 2 0 0 M. Kos'cky 4 1 2Stmmons 3 11 Anderson 3 2 OiB. Huffn 4 2 2 Corpuz 4 1 OINelson 4 12 Strahlman 3 1 lIFrank 3 1 1 Crisman 4 2 2lHerrin I 1 0 Tadie 1 0 OIKeithley 0 0 0 LeHoy 3 1 II Wright 2 0,0 P Reed 1 0 OIRobertson 1 0 0 Trimble . 3 1 O'Mendez 3 0 0 Kilpatrick 2 1 HBeserra 12 1 * (Alexander 2 0 0 lLamp 1 0 1 IRoelhk 0 1 0 'McD'ough 1 0 0 Total 30 10 9[ Total Score by innings: 28 9 8 Dodger* Cardinal! Dodger* »b r hi «b x h Vasquez 2 1 0 Jackson 3 0 2 BoyJJson 3 0 2'Glasnov'h 3 0 0 Barstow 3 1 HTurney 1 2 1 Galloway 2 1 2IMitchell 3 2 1 Colvin 3 0 OlFlelds 2 0 1 Cox 2 0 OlMims 1 0 0 H ungate 0 0 OlCampbeU 2 0 0 Mangieri 1 0 OIBerry 3 0 3 Dragoo 1 0 OlPyatt 1 0 0 Claeys 1 0 O.Thierry 2 2 1 Brown 2 0 OiCash 1 0 0 Rutledge 2 0 O'Jacobson 1 0 0 Salsman 1 0 HDavidson 0 0 0 Total 23 3 . j 6! Total 23 6 9 Score by innings: Dodgers 201 000- -3 Cardinals 203 Olx- -6 Tigers 000 109—10 Midwest League 5 Danville 4 READ THE WANT ADS! Prince Tiger (J. Caniglia) 2.40 2.40 Miss Little River (L. Jensen) 2.40 Time: 1:14.1 FOURTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Hermits Victory (P. Compton) 5.00 4.00 3.20 Cold Bea (J. Canlglla) 1.00 4.20 Hits Big Gain (C. J. Gilbert) 4.20 Time: 48:2 FIFTH RA)CE: (5Vi Furlongs)— La Manzna (J. Caniglia) 6.60 3.60 3.80 Sir Donovan (L. Jensen) fi.40 4.20 Good Ace (J. Compton) 6.00 Time: 1:08.4 Quinella—7 & 8. Paid »55.00. SIXTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— (R. Dalgo) 10.20 6.40 4.00 Abigua (G. Blrzer) 8.00 4.40 Fashion Note (R. Larson) 3.40 Time: 48:1 SEVENTH RACE: (1 1/16 mile) — Superior Sal (J. Caniglia) 14.00 6.40 3.20 Watchful Gal (J. Gill) 5.60 3.60 Oh Alfred (J. Wash) 2.80 Time: 1:50.0 Quinella—3 & 7. Paid »56.60. EIGHTH RACE: m* Furlongs)— Salty Cap (C. J, Gilbert) 13.40 6.40 3.20 Indian Rule <G. Podlinski) 12.00 4.80 Baby Ma (L. Jensen) 3.20 Time: 1:21.1 NINTH RACE: (7 furlongs)— Hasty M (J. Compton) 5.80 3.60 3.20 Captain Cash (G. Podlinski) 5.00 4 80 Open Trust (G. Birzer) 3.60 Time: 1:29.2 Quinella—4 & 3. Paid $42.80. Knoxville Church Loop Box Score Salvation Army XnoxvlUa ab * hi ab r h T. Churn 3 1 2 Ring 5 0 1 Mixon 4 0 OlGallagher 5 2 5 Spinks 5 1 2IAlbright 5 2 2 G. Churn 5 1 2ISilver 5 14 Smith 5 3 4Borden 4 0 1 Sims 5 3 4!Marquith 3 12 J. Dick'on 4 2 2'Ste. Hick'n 4 1 1 E. Dick'on 4 1 2lDuckwiler 4 0 0 Maltoia 4 0 OStu. Hick'n 2 1 1 (Burgess 2 0 0 Chicago ab r h bl Monday 4 0 10 Beckert 4 0 10 Wll'lams 4 0 0 0 Carde'al 4 0 0 0| Santo 2 0 10 Fanzone 3 0 10 Hundley 3 0 0 0 Kes'nger 3 0 0 0 Jenkins 1 0 0 0! James 10 10 Gura o o 0 o Hick'an l 0 o o| Aker 0 0 0 0 Total 30 o 5 0| Loi Angalei ab r hhl Lopes 3 2 1 0 Buckner 4 13 0 Davis 4 0 11 Fergu'on 2 110 Cra'ford 2 0 0 1 Garvey 4 1 1 3 Cey 4 0 10 Russell 3 0 o 0 John 4 0 0 0 Total 30 5 8 5 Score by innings: Chicago 000 000 000—0 Los Angeles 004 100 OOx—5 DP— Chicago 1, Los Angeles 2 LOB^-Chicago 4. Los Angeles 7. 2B—Beckert, Buckner, HR—Garvey (2). SF—Crawford ip h r arbbto Jenkins (L9-7) -- 5 7 5 5 5 3 Gura 2 1 0 0 0 1 Aker ... 1 0 0 0 0 2 John (W9-4) - 9 5 0 0 1 0 T—2:03. A-49,058. Montreal ab r hbl Hunt 5 2 I OGarr Jorg'sen 5 1 3 Of Fairly 4 12 1 Mashore 0 0 0 0 Sing'ton 3 2 11 Bailey 5 114 Day 3 0 2 0 Breeden 1111 Marshall 1 1 1 01 Boc'b'la 3 0 10 Frias 4 111 Stone'an 2 0 0 0! Perez Evans Aaron Lum Baker Oates Goggin NIekro Atlanta ab r h bl 4 10 0 5 111 2 1) 0 1 5 113 5 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 2 3 0 4 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 Panther 0 0 0 0 Hoerner 0 0 0 0 Casa'ova 0 0 0 0 Lyttle 111 2IHouse 0 0 0 0 Gilbert 0 0 0 OlFrisella 0 0 0 0 Woods 10 0 OlMilier 1 0 0 o IDevine 0 0 0 0 Total 38 11 15 loj Total 34 7 9 6 Score by innings: Montreal 010 007 111—11 Atlanta .002 050 000—7 2B—Jorgensen, Goggin. HR— | Singleton (13), Aaron (24), Bailey (18), LytUe (1), Breeden (6). SB— Jorgensen, Fairly. S—Boccabella 2. NIekro 2. SF—Evans. ip Stoneman (W4-5) 5 Gilbert 1 MarshaU 3 Niekro . — 5 Panther (L1-3) Hoerner House . FriseUa _ Devine Save—MarshaU 39 8 17;Niekro (Fairly), Total 39 12 13 Total Score by innings: KEvans). Solvation Army 500 020 203—12 Frisella. Knoxville 130 030 001— 8 T—3:14. h 7 1 1 7 3 2 l»,5 l ',b o 1 2 (17). by r arbbto 7 7 0 0 0 0 5 5 3 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 Si. Louis Brock Slze'ore McC'vcr Reitz Torre Sim'ons Cruz Melen'z Tyson Wise Segul ab r h bl] 4 0 1 0 Thomas 3 0 0 0 3 1 1 OLee 1 0 0 0 4 110 And'son 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OGrubb 4 111 4 0 10 Roberts 4 1 2 3 2 0 0 Colbert 3 0 10 3 0 o o Lockl'nr 4 0 0 0 4 12 2 Kendall 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 .T.T. M'les 4 12 0 4 0 0 OR. M'les 4 0 11 0 0 0 OlGrelf 2 0 0 0 (Gaston 1 0 0 0 ISnook 0 0 0 0 ICald'ell 0 0 0 0 Total 33 5 8 5| Total 34 3 7 3 Score by innings St. Louis 000 300 002—5 San Diego 100 010 010—3 E—Brock, Anderson. LOB—St. Louis 5, San Diego 5. 2B—McCarver, Melendez. 3B—Ty­ son. HR—Roberts (4), Grubb (5). SB—Brock, Roberts. S—Sizemore, Cruz. Wise (W 11-4) Segul Gretf Snook (LO-1) Caldwell 8 1 8 Wise pitched tn one batter Oth. Save—Segul (12). T—2:27. A—25,483. Balilmora Chicago ab r h bij ab r h bl Refund 5 1 1 OlKelly 4 0 10 Grich 3 0 1 OMuser 3 0 0 0 Blair 3 1 0 HJeter 10 0 0 Davis 4 0 3 UMay 4 0 10 Wil'iams 4 0 0 O^Keough 0 1 o o Powell 4 0 1 OlMelton 4 12 1 Baylor 4 0 0 OiHend'on 4 0 11 Rob'son 4 0 2 OIBradf'd 3 0 10 Belanger 4 0 2 0 Leon 4 0 2 1 McNally 0 0 0 o 'Orta 3 0 0 0 Reyno'ds 0 0 0 OlHerr'nn 2 0 10 Watt 0 0 0 OlAlvar'o 10 0 0 IWood 0 0 0 0 the best players in the state in Galesburg and this tournament and I wouldn't miss it for any- tlMlg." And Coc's feeling that he can contribute to the tournament is well founded. Besides winning the Galesburg All-City in 1989, 1970 and 1971, he tied during regular tournament play in J968 in the All-City but lost to Dave Lundstrom in the playoff. Last year Bob still finished in a healthy sixth position. Very healthy considering 83 of the. best golfers in the city started the 72-holc tourney and Coe outdid 77 of them. But if it looks like Coe's golf game is falling off, the percep^ tion is a bad one. This year he was first alternate in the U. S. Open, missed qualification for the Western Open by a mere four jJltrpkes end has played in the Radix Cup Matches for two years hi a row. The Radix Cup Matches, this year held in Oak Park, place the 10 best Illinois amateurs against the 10 best pros in the state. Coe played as a pro on the tour. He was then reinstated as an amateur but only after a 2- year probation period. His first year off probation he ran head to head with Lundstrom in thp AM-Oi'ty and has done well ever since. But that doesn't mean he is letting his concentration on the gfime slide. In fact he's'aiways trying to improve it. "For six years I played- the ball real low. Now rv&'jgonc back to playing it higher. "All the people on the tour have the ball in the air. High shots come down a lot softer So they won't get into that much trouble once they get on the ground." This year Coe is looking for a tough fight in the All-City, which starts July 21. "This ought to be a great year. Just talking to the other players I've heard there's a lot more people gearing for the tournament than before." Among those that Coe singled cut were Wetherbee', Bob san Dieflo' 0re dg c > BoD Weaver, Jack ab r hbi Grady and Sammy Swanson. "I think scoring will be a lot higher this year than before. With the weather and all, everybody's in trouble. Every shot in the bag is going to have to be ready. "The courses are letting the grass go because of the weather. I doubt if they'll cut it just for the tournament so the ball is going to have to be played down a club for everyone." With talk like that it doesn 't sound like Coe will be able to break the record he holds jointly with Wetherbee of lowest tournament total of 280. But with talk like "I'm mentally up more for this one than I've been jn the last few years," it looks like it's going to be hot on the rest of the field ..in one more way than the weather. h r ar bb so 0 3 2 1 5 1 0 0 0 0 6 3 3 2 2 2 2 10 1 lb 0 0 0 0 1 In Total 35 2 10 2| Total 33 3 0 3 Two outs when winning run scored. WP—Stoneman. Score by innings: Baltimore OOO 001 010—2 Chicago 000 000 003—3 DP—Baltimore 1. LOB—Baltimore 8, Chicago 5. 2B—Grich. Davis, Bradford, Henderson. SB—Rettenmund 2. SF— Blair. lp h r «r bb to McNally ... 8 =3 6 2 2 0 2 11 Reynolds (L5-5) 0 2 110 0 11 Watt 0 10 0 10, OJWood (W 17-12) 9 10 2 2 1 2 HBP—by! Reynolds pitched to two batters! Marshall in 9th; Watt pitched to two batters Balk—In 9th. 1 j WP—McNally. PB—Herrmann. j I T—2:11. A—25,569. I • Notice WARNING! Persons Caught Steal* ing Golf Bills at th» Holiday Inn GOLF RANGE Will Be PROSECUTED to the Fullest Extent of the law.

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