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Weiskopf Wins Big One TROON, Scotland (UPI) - «i| he ^as my biggest fan," won't 1 consider myself a great , player until I've won a major , tournament," said Tom Weiskopf. Then, 24 hours later, he went and Won the British Open Golf . championship on Saturday. Did that ' greatest? ' . Weiskopf never said. Instead, the 6-foot, 3 -inch • champion, whose $14 ,300 victory at Troon boosted his earnings in the past seven weeks to •$131,445, thought only of his one Weiskopf said. "My one regret is that he's not here to see this. But I guess he knew it would happen one day." But at Troon, on the Wind and rain-savaged 7,064-yard seaside course where he equalled make him thelArnold Palmer's 11-year-old. British Open record, it was unnecessary for the new champion to proclaim his i talents. There were others, well qualified to do so, Who gladly lauded his win and his golfing ,.; regret—that his father, who gifts. died in March, was not alive to Jack Nicklaus, the "Golden ..share the sweet taste of Bear" from Colurrfbus, Ohio, ... victory. j wno snot a se ven-under-par fourth round 65 to shatter the Troon course record, dismissed his own achievemen t as of almost no importance. "This has been Tom Weis-" kopf's tournament," said Nick* laus, whose last round brilliance pulled him into fourth spot at eight-under-par 280. "Weiskopf has more natural talent, more shots, lhan anybody playing here," said Nicklaus. Nicklaus's golden words were echoed by Lee Trevino, British Open champion in 1971 and 1972, whose bid for three-in-a- row ended with a one-over-par 289—13 strokes behind "Weiskopf. The merry Trevino, whose quipping afid merriment diminished after a disastrous first round of 75 showed his game would not match his pre- toumey confidence, said: "Tom Weiskopf is a very good player. He's just beginning to realize how good a player he is." Johnny Miller^-who tied for second place with veteran Briton Neil Coles after a great battle with Weiskopf, said: "Tom played well today." No mean compliment from the man who won the U.S. Open title at Oakmont, Pa., last month with a stunning last round 63. No wonder Tom Weiskopf says nothing. It's all being said for him. Pioneers To Host Macomb Tonight 1 o CICL Standings SECOND HALF W L Pet. GB Bloomington (10-18) 4 1 .800 — Springfield (10-19) 3 2 .600 1 Peoria (17-12) 3 2 .600 1 x-C-Mattoon (17-9) 3 3 .500 ly, Macomb (14-17) 2 4 .333 2>iJ Galesburg (13-16) 1 4 .200 3 x—denotes first-half winner; overall records in parentheses. Yesterday's Retulti Peoria 1. Springfield 0 Charleston-Mattoon 4, Macomb 3 Today'i Gamii Peoria at Chaiieston-Mattoon (Baker Field, Charleston), 7:30 p.m. PolActniKn on: Bloomington at Springfield (Lan- Galesburg was trailing 3-0 P hi e r Park). 2, 6 p.m. Tuesday's Games Galesburg at Bloomington (VVcsle- yan Stadium), 5:30 p.m. Springfield at Charleston-Mattoon (Bfker Field, Charleston), 7:30 p.m. Macomb at Peoria (Meinen Field), 7:30 p.m. Things haven't been breaking right for the Galesburg Pioneers the second half in CICL play and they hope to get back on track in today's game with Macomb at Knox Blodgett Field. Saturday afternoon at Blodgett Field was an example of the way things have been going lor the Pioneers as they dropped a 6-3 battle to the Bloomington Bobcats in a 14-inning game. until the eighth inning-when the hosts scored three runs and tied the game up. Barry Koeneke, who had pitched five innings the night before, was the loser in relief. Bob Beal Leaves GHS For Pekin Galesburg Register-Mail, Golesbura, Monday, July 16, 1973 19 Legion Wins Two of Four In Action Over Weekend In the eighth inning Saturday, X The Pioneer southpaw blanked Mike Heimerdinger walked and two hits forj^ 0 ^ Szczecinski doubled to put runners on second and third. Purcell singled, driving in Hei- nierdinger and sending Szczecinski to third. After Szczecinski scored and the Bobcats on seven innings but gave up three runs in the 14th, including a 2-run homer by Ray Crowley. Paul Kreke will be going in tie twilight game for the Pioneers this evening at Knox. The big righthander from Quincy College has pitched much better ball than his 0-3 record would indicate. Purcell went to second on Mark Practice Putting Dave Cox, left, and Pete Boynton, both local golfers, practice putting prior to teeing off Saturday for the final round of the C.I.C.C.A. Tournament at Soangetaha Country Club. Cox had a 54-hole total of 223 to finish second to'Frank Keek's 222 in the championship flight, and Boynton was eighth with 229. (Register-Mail photo by Steve Stout.) Champaign Golfer Wins; Cox Second Prank Keck, Champaign Eastman, Peoria, 225; Jim Ob- Miller's ground out, Rick Mc Carfchy doubled home the tying run. The Pioneers had opportuni- «w« w „„„H -tit's after that to win the game We just cant make contact b t ]d >t t th bi hit when we need it" Coach Jim, Game timeS this afte rnoon is Isaacson said when discussing tlie Pioneers who are now 1-4 in" second half play. In the first half Galesburg led the league in hitting with a healthy team batting mark of .275. However, they also led tne league in runners left on with 205. They tied for third piece with a 12-12 mark. Illness has taken its toll with the Pioneers and in the last few weeks 14 of the 17 players have been sick at one time or another. Leftfielder Bill Westfall has bten out of the lineup because of sickness for more than a week and isn't supposed to get back until next. Tuesday or Wednesday. Gary Bradley, Drake University, got sick on Friday night, but played 14 innings at first base Saturday. Bloomington ab r Lyall Carter Curran Crowley Colby Leasch Ogle Tuday Rowland Shade Galesburg h| ab r h 6 0 OiHoscheidt 3 0 1 6 2 2|Steen 4 0 0 6 3 3'Hei'dinger 4 10 4 1 HSzcz'cinski 5 11 6 0 OIBradley 6 0 0 7 0 2|Purcell 6 11 6 0 OlMiller 4 0 1 5 0 UNess 2 0 0 3 0 O'McCarthy 3 0 1 3 0 2'Briskey -0 0 0 iBollman 5 0 0 iWalker 2 0 1 'Koeneke 3 0 2 ' 47 3 8 Total 52 6 13[ Total Score by innings: Bloomington 100 020 000 000 03—6 Galesburg 000 000 030 000 00—3 E—Bradley. LOB—Bloomington 13, Galesburg 12. RBI—Curran 2, Colby 2, Crowley 2. McCarthy, Purcell, Miller, 2B—Curran, Szczecinski 3B—Carter. HR—Crowley. SB—Curran. Carter. Leasch 2, Heimcrding- er 2. SH—Colby, Lyall, McCarthy. DP—Galesburg 2. ip h r er bb so Rowland a fl 3 3 5 fl Shade (W 3-4) 6 2 0 0 3 2 Walker . . ... B 6 3 3 2 4 Koeneke (L5-3) .8 7 3 3 6 2 HBP—Heimerdinger (Shade). TT—Bolton, Carlton. T—3:19, A—145. ! Country Club, edged out local ! favorite Dave Cox for the cham- J pionship in the Central Illinois j Country Club Assqcation -Tour- 1 namerat which wound up Satur- 1 day afternoon at Soangetaha J Country Club. J The tourney,.which is held at I one of the eighth CICCA mem- j bers clubs each year, began « Thursday and ended Saturday, j It is a 54-hole tournament with 1 nine flights, including a cham- J pionship flight. 5 Firing a 71 on the final round, ; Keck came from behind to total * 222 for first place in the oham- »pionship flight.. Keek's first ! round was 78 and his second 73. I Cox, playing for Soangetaha, » wfcs tied for the lead after the «first day and had a 1-stroke ad! vantage after two rounds, but | fell to second place with a 76 • on Saturday. Cox went 73 and t 74 on the first two rounds for a I 223 total. ! Rounding cut "the top 10 were ] Pr-es Seckel, Peoria, 224; Bill erwortmen, Soangetaha, 226; Dennis Cahsman, Quincy, 227; Pete Boynton, Soangetahaj 229; Bob Dredge, Soangetaha,' 235, and Les Kewney, Quincy, 235. Area golfers also placed, well in the other flights. The best ball team of Bud Miller, Soange­ taha, and Bob Brown, Champaign, won first flight with 211; Harold Cunningham, Soangeta­ ha, and Frank Bennett, Danville, posted 215 in second flight; Roger Coleman, Soangetaha, and Bob Naab, Peoria, had 229 in fifth flight; Charles Paisley and D. K. Wilcox, both of Soan­ getaha, shot 238 in sixth flight, while Dick Neagle, Soangetaha, and Joe Hecht, Peoria, carded 254 in eighth flight. Third flight winners were John Hatcher, Illini, and Roy Hoppe, Champaign, with 226, and fourth flight was captured by Chuck Hines, Blc'ornington, and George Best, Peoria, with 224. In seventh flight, Scott Kelley, Champaign, and Bill Conrad, Dan Dredge, Soangetaha, 225; Joeliville, took honors with 245 INDIAN ECHOE'S MODERN CAMP GROUND Showers . . . Electricity . . . Water . .. Fishing & Boat Rental SUPPER CLUB 2 Mi. South - Montello, Wis. on Fox River Phone (414) 297*9987 TISH & BECKY ~ TAC * JIM Rvan- (Continued From Page 18) as high as he could to snare it. Predicts Big Future Hi-Lo Snaps Monmouth's Win Streak 'Pitching against as good a, HJ_L 0 snapped Monmouth's 14- hitting team as Detroit is right game winning streak with a 4-3 now is really doing a job," Manager Bobby Winkles of California said. "He is as good, stuffwise, as any pitcher in the game today," Winkles said. "It's kind of hard to compare him with the greats right now," teammate Vada Pinson said, "but he's got a great future ahead of him." Duke Sims, who struck out three times against Ryan, at first said he was "embarrassed" but thought about it and admitted there was nothing shameful in being overmatched. victory in a Connie Mack League game at the Galesburg High School diamond Sunday night. In action last week, Hi-Lo defeated Moose Lodge 10-6. Kevin Vallero was the winner against Monmouth as he struck out five and allowed two earned runs. Danny Scott and Sammy Rescinito both went two for three to lead Hi-Lo in the offensive department. Loser for Monmouth was M. P. Schreiber. Nelson and Terry Lovdahl had two hits each. Hi-Lo's victory against Moose came behind the pitching of ,'Tve had no-hitters thrown| Scott) who stmck out " seven . and against me, Sims said, but' gave up four earned runs never as overpowering as that Moose one. "It's a hard thing to do a no- hitter," the Detroit catcher said. "A shutout is hard enough, but to throw a "^hitter'Kmss with 17 or 18 punch-outs • wooisey (strikeouts)... Bob Beal, head baseball coach at Galesburg High School since 1966, has submitted his resignation to accept a similar position at Pekin, George Miller, principal at GHS, said this morning. Beal went to Pekin today for the formal signing of the contract. No successor has been named at Galesburg. Since taking over as baseball coach at Galesburg, Bead's teams have compiled a record of 141 wins and just 35 losses. His teams have reached the. state tournament twice. Last spring the Streaks compiled a 20-3 record and went to the state finals in Peoria. They lost in the first game to Chicago Hubbard who went on to win the IHSA baseball title. Beal took Galesburg to the state in his first year as base- ba'l coach. That year he lost out in the semifinals to Glenbrook North which also went on to win the tournament. Under Beal, Galesburg has won eight district titles, seven region a Is, two sectionals, two Western Big Six titles and three Illini Conference crowns. Hebard Wins Minnesota State Meet VIRGINIA, Minn. - Gil Hebard of KnoxviHe won the Minnesota state pistol championship Sunday for the third year| in a row. Hebard had an aggregate' score of 2,560 out of a possible 2,700. Tom Peterson of Edina, Minn., was second with a 2,534 and Mel West, Minneapolis policeman, was third with .2,530. Hebard had a score of 874 on the .22 caliber gun, 836 on the .38 and 850 on the .45. Earlier this season Hebard won a local tournament at Paris, 111., and took second in the Iowa state ,meet. East Moline Race Results . FIRST RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Lovcable Jcannie (C. Howard) 17.00 7.80 3.80 Queen Nova (C. J. Gilbert) 3.60 2.80 Uppie's Pride (G. Podlinski) 3.20 . Time: 1:14.2 SECOND RACE: (4 Furlongs)Tars Airline (L. Jensen) 44.60 10.60 0.20 Wyoming Ball (G. Birzer) 13.40 il.BO Roll Champ (Floyd Frey) 10.60 Time: 48:0 Daily Double—7 & 10. Paid $586.60. THIRD RACE: (B'/a Furlongs)— Swasli Cat (R. Marina) 35.80 14.40 Vaggy (P. Compton) 6.80 5.00 Olympian Vale (J. Wash) 3.C0 Time: 1:22.3 FOURTH RACE: (6Va Furlongs)— Apache Blue (J. Wash) 8.60 5.00 3.00 Ted's Glow (C. J. Gilbert) 4,80 3.00 Domination's Best (J. Compton) 3.60 Time: 1:22.3 FIFTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Waited (J. Wash) 5.80 3.80 3.80 Distant Money (G. Cooper) 6.40 5.00 Solid Lee (C. Howard) 8.00 Time: 48:0 Quinella—1 & 4. Paid $18.40, SIXTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Mack Q (J. Caniglia) 4.80 3.00 2.60 Ain't A Saint (S. Vail) 3.60 280 Hastomatic (C. J. Gilbert) 3.00 Time: 1:14.4 SEVENTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Gallant Landing (J. Compton) • 26.40 6.80 4.00 Boyce B (J. Wash) 3.80 2.60 Baby Me (L. Jensen) 3.20 Time: 48:0 Quinella—3 & 4. Paid $27.80. EIGHTH RACE: (6!i Furlongs)— Say Not So (S. Vail) 12.00 5.00 3.40 Gensil Champ (J. Wash) 2.80 2.80 Tinker Jet (G. Birzer) 3.20 Time: 1:21.0 NINTH RACE: fl 1/16 mile)— Silver Man (S. Vail) 3.80 3.60 2.20 Don S. (L. Jensen) 5.40 3.00 Itockmont (J. Wash) 2:20 Time: 1:51.1 TENTH RACE: (5Vi Furlonpsl— My Game (G. Birzer) 5.20 2.80 2.80 S S. Policy (S. Vail) 4.40 2.60 Double Sybil (P. Compton) 3.80 Time: 1:08.0 Quinella—2 & 4. Paid $12.40. Bob Berry picked up his seventh win against no losses Sunday as Galesburg American Legion Post 285 won two of four games over the weeknd. The Legion split a doubleheader with Wood River at H. T. Custer Park Saturday night and did the same at Peoria on Sun* day afternoon. The weekend's action raised Post 285's season record to 22-9. On Friday night the Legion had bombed Limestone 12-2 in 4V4 innings. Wednesday n'ght the Legionnaires go back into action against Abingdon. The locals take on Abingdon at 8 o'clock at H. T. Custer. In Saturday's first game, Wood River's Merle McGhee handled the Legion on one hit and eight strikeouts for the 2-0 shutout. Danny Jacobs suffered his third loss against two wins as he went the distance, giving up one earned run and striking out six. Jerry Blixt pounded out two Major League Box Scores Chicago Lot Angelas •kth bl| ib r hbl Monday 4 2 2 O.Lopes 5 110 Beckert 4 0 1 OlBuckner 5 13 0 Wil'iams 4 0 1 SiDnvls 4 2 2 2 Paci'rck 0 10 0 Carde'al 4 12 0 Santo 4 0 11 Fnnzonc 4 0 10 Kes'nger 4 0 2 0 Rudo'ph 4 0 0 0 Rcusch'l 2 0 0 Oinu 'ssell Hlck'an 10 0 OlOsteen Aker 0 0 0 o Locker 0 0 0 0 James 10 0 0 Ferc'son 3 2 2 2 Cra7ord 4 2 2 3 Garvey 4 0 2 2 Cey 3 0 0 0 " 3 0 0 0 4 0 10 Total 36 3 10 3| Total 35 0 13 !» Score by innings: Chicago .„ 101 000 010—3 Los Angeles _ 005 010 30x—9 E—Monday. DP—Chicago 1, Los Angeles 1. LOB—Chicago 6, Los Antrclcs S. 2B—Monday, Williams. Santo, Crawford. 3B—Davis. HR—Crawford (7). SB—Davis. Ip h r tr bb to Reuschcl (L10-6) « 9 6 6 1 3 Aker 1 4 3 3 1 0 Locker .... 1 0 0 0 0 1 Ostecn (W 11-5) 9 10 3 3 0 C HBP—by Reuschel (Russell). T—2:18. A—42,975. Balilmor* ab r hbl Bumbry 3 1 1 1| Refund 10 10 Cogfiins 3 0 10 Baylor 1 0 0 01 Blair 3 10 0 Davis 4 0 11 Wil'iams 4 0 3 I'Leon Hend'ks 4 0 0 OlOrta Chicago •b r h bl Kelly 3 110 Muser 4 0 0 0 Day 4 12 1 Melton 4 0 1 1 Hend'ou 4 0 2 0 Bradt'd 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Grlch 4 0 0 O'Brlnk'n 3 0 0 0 Rob'son 3 0 0 OlStonc OOOO Bclang'r 4 1 1 OlForstcr 0 0 0 0 Cuellar 0 0 0 .01 Total 34 3 8 3| Total 34 "i 7 2 Score by Innings: Baltimore .000 003 000—3 Chicago . 100 000 010—2 E—May. DP—Baltimore 1. LOB— Baltimore 6, Chicago 5. , 2B—Belanger. HR—May (9). SB— Bumbry, Rettenmund. ip h r tr bb ao Cuellar (W6-9) -. 9 7 2 2 1 9 Stone (L4-6) S^iS 3 3 1 4 Forster 3>-i 3 0 0 1 4 WP—Forstcr. T—2:17. A—22,824. hits in as many trips to the plate to lead Galeslburig in the second game. The Legionnaires led all the way, and the game was called by the 10-run rule after a 9-run fourth inning boosted the score to 12-1. Mike Thompson got his third win by throwing the 3-hitter and striking out five. Loser Was Paul Baker, who was tagged for eight runs before being relieved. Galesburg lost the first game on Sunday as well before bouncing back for a victory in the second game. Peoria dropped the Legion 6-4 in the opener, but the locals won 10-2 in the nightcap. Peoria's John Dyke allowed only three hits and struck out five batters as the hosts overcame a 4-2 Galesfourg margin „ „ for the win, Kirk Kings recordicaiesburg ooo ooo ,o—o dropped to 3-2 as he was tap- McGhce , W) I 5 'o s's ped for eight hits in the 7-in- Jacobs (1,2-3) .7 7 2 ,13 G nin-sj workout. (2nd Game) : •• Thirteen base hits made the W 00 * R'-v.^ ^ ^ ca\««bum Broadway 2 0 1 Jackson 2 , MeEvcn 2 0 0 Downer 2 0 0' Hahcnka'p 2 0 0' Tucker 2 111 M, Booher 1 o 0' GoForth 10 11 Tschartner 2 0 0. Ron Nelson went four for Jour at the plate, and Kevin Ja,ckson and Thompson added two, hits apiece. (1 Berry maintained his perfect pitching slate as he gave Up One earned run in going the route. Berry allowed six hits, walked three and struck out three. Mike Miller got the defeat, yielding 12 hits and nine runs in fcnirand two-thirds innings. '" 1 (lit Qama) Wood River QiTMtSutg ab r h| At k Broadway 3 0 1;Jackson " "JE 0 0 McEven 4 1 1|R. Nelson ? 0 1 GrenzbAch 4 0 2|Thlel _-.'3L0 0 Hahnen'mp 4 0 0 Vital! 2 0 0 Tucker 3 0 llBlixt ,.-2 0 0 Zumwalt 2 0 OTliompson 3 0 0 S. Booher 1 1 OiT. Nelson-3-(1 0 M. Booher 1 0 Ol.Iohnson 2 0 0 McGhce 3 0 2',Tacobs •' 2 ' 0 n IFranckey ,,,1 ,p i) McKlllip ' l'b 0 Total 2S~2~7| Total 'jljl 1 Wood River . 100 lOO 0-2 difference in the other game, SI. Louis Brock Slzc'orc Torre Slm'ons Mcle'ez Rcitz Slcln Carbo Tyson Murphy Segut Ban Diego ab t h bl| ab r h bl 7 1 3 OiAnd'son 7 t 1 0 6 1 4 O'Grubb 6 13 1 7 1 2 URobcrt-s 7 12 1 7 1 2 3'Colbert 6 0 11 7 0 t 0!C.aston 7 0 10 7 1 2 0].T. M'les 7 13 1 5 0 a O'.Kenrinll fl 0 1 0 2 0 2 1IR. M'les 2 0 0 0 5 0 0 OILockt'nr 10 0 0 3 0 0 OIThomns 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 OITrocd'n 10 0 0 Cn'iibcll 1 0 0 OlWlnflckl 10 10 Penn 0 0 0 OlSnook 0 0 0 0 McC'vcr 1 0 0 OILec 10 0 0 Granger 0 0 0 OlCald'ctl 10 0 0 Dwvcr 1 0 0 OlMtirrell 10 0 0 Hra'sky 1 0 0 OlCorklns 10 0 0 Total 60 5 18 S| Total 5R 4 13 4 St. Louis . '100 003 000 OOO 001--5 San Diego 000 002 Oil 000 000—4 2B—Carbo, Wlnflcld. Grubb. HR— Simmons (7), Roberts (5), J. Morales !5). SB—Brock. S—Slzcmorc. Ip h t er bb to Murphy . Segui Penn .. ... Granger Hrnhosky (W 1-0) Troctlson Pnook . - . ... . Caldwell Corklns (L3-6) 7«;, 7 3 3 1 5 l»,i 1110 2 f 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 1 0 2 10 0 14 fi 6 4 4 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 !» R 0 0 1 5 3 4 1112 California Detroit ab r hbll * ab r h bl Alomar 5 0 2 0!North'p 4 0 0 0 Pinson 4 0 0 1 ; Stanley 3 0 0 0 MrCrnw 2 0 0 O'Rrown 2 0 0 0 J.lcnns 1 0 1 IHCaBh 4 0 0 0 Rtanlon 0 1 0 (VPImnit :i n 0 0 Ensteln 3 1 1 O'McA'Iffc 3 OOO Oliver n 1 1 ilshnron 2000 Bctrv 3 0 0 OiRorlri'ez 3 0 0 0 Gal'hcr 4 0 2 2'Rrlnk'n 3 0 0 0 Mcoll '4 11 O'Pcrryi.. o o o 0 Kusnyer 3 2 1- fll.Seher'n 0 0 0 o Ryan 0 0 0 O'Miilcr 0 o o o 'Farmer 0 o 0 0 Total 32 6 9 6| Total 27 "o fl 0 Cn1ifo<-nin 001 000 050—fi Detroit noo ono ono—o DP—Detroit ?. LOB—California 5, Detroit 4 2B—Epstein, SF—Pinson. In h r er bb #n Pvan (W 11-11) .0 n n 0 4 17 Pi»-rv (L9-9) . 7'i 5 3 .1 3 2 cpvmrmnn \\ n n o o o Mlllfi- i n 3 3 3 10 Farmer . I 'd 2 0 0 1 0 Class B Softball Results Misilii Naciase Nacaise Patterson Martinez Cianii ab r hi ab r h 4 0 0|D. Main 3 0 2 4 0 OIT. Nocclla 3 » 1 3 1 2|Roberts 3 0 1 3 1 2IWalker 3 0 0 T, Walters 3 1 llLennrde 2 1 1 Owens 3 1 1 IKeneipp 2 0 0 L. Walters 3 1 2lCarlson 2 0 2 Ray 3 1 1|M. Nocclla 2 0 0 French 3 2 2IWelty 10 0 Cation 2 1 HHobbs 2 1 2 Beach 1 0 UDoan 1 0 1 Total 3112 16|' Total 24 2 10 Score by innings: ' Misfits 181 11-12 Giants 010 01—2 Rod'a Boyer Stevens Way Farquer Jefferson Parrish Johnson Merriman Wunder DeCamp Woerly Dugan Standlngt American Dlvlilon W American Business Clubs 5 Eaplo Food Center 5 Gales Misfits 5 Rod's East End Tap 4 Gates Giants . 2 National Dlvlilon W Admiral - --. 6 Goodyear 3 Grady's 2100 Club — 2 Lions --- 2 Gates Finishers 2 L 1 ft 2 3 9 L 1 4 5 5 5 Surgery for Harmon BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (UPI) — Minnesota Twins' ailing slugger Harmon Killebrew will undergo an operation on his left knee July 23 and is MUllts •b r h ab r h 5 3 3 Nacaise 5 3 5 5 2 4 Moshier 4 2 3 5 2 3IPattcrson 4 2 2 ,'| 2 2IMartinez 5 2 3 5 1 I'T Walters 5 2 4, 5 i l'o'wnns ' 5 4 4'exnected to be lost for the 3 i : "ria.v Wulters 3 i 1 1 remainder of the season. 1 0 OlFrench 4 0 li . ,„ . , i „ , ; i 4 2 21 J A Twins' spokesman said who suffered the R. Nelson 3 1 1 iThlel ,t;-2 1 Vltall 2 1 0 Blixt 2"1 2 T. Nelson 3 1 1 Baker "1 2 1 Johnson 12 1 Baker 1 0 OThonipsoiv ,2 0 t 8. Booher 0 0 OlMcKllltp 0 0 0 Grcnzbach 1 0 0 Yard 0^0 0 Total 16 1 3 Total " 17s 12 ~0 Wood River .. 010 00— 1 GalesburR ... 201 '*ffSr—12 Ip h r er bb to Baker (L) 3»i 4 8 6 ,6 3 Hahcnkamp '.i 4 4 4 1 0 Thompson (W3-2) 9 3 1 „1..,1 5 Galeiburg Jackson R. Nelson Thiel Vitali Bllxl Thompson T. Nelson Johnson King Flrit Game) ab r h| 3 1 HCrotz 4 0 OlWatson 4 0 UMIchcl 3 0 0! Petty 2 0 OlWalch 1 0 OlBlrclocs 2 1 OIRashlcl 3 1 HHoppe 2 1 olCarlson iDyke Peoria ab r h 4 II 1 w^iti.1 0 meiftfl 0 8*11 2 -'<>• 0 0 '2-1 1 3 2 2 :" 2'o l ,151 l6 »-.0—4 Total 24 4 3| Total Galesburg ...040 OOOi* Peoria . . 200 2W"»K—6 Ip h in bb IO Dyke (W 4-1) .... 7 3 4 0 6 5 King (L3 -2) .. .. 7 8 6 ^;„3 1 (2nd Game) Galeiburg i..-W»t la ab r hi i..-W»t h Jackson 9 1 2lCrotz "".1*1*0 0 R. Nelson 4 1 4IWatson - 4 fl n Thiol 3 1 UMichel 1»1 0 o i Vitali 1 1 llCnrlson 1»1 0 o 0 Yard 1 0 OlPctty 3 fl i Bllxt 4 1 HWhltten 3 1 i Thompson 3 1 2lRnshlri ,. 2 0 n Baker 1 0 OiRlrdoes ,.i3 0 1 McKlllip 4 1 I'Bussman «<3 0 0 Johnson 4 2 1 'Mlller '«*.»»« 0 i Berry Totnf 2 1 0 1 Hoppe t < -.'*l-.#0 l Berry Totnf 32 10 131 Total n Galesburg 002 10 100 top, 5 \o- 2 ip h top, 5 \o- 10 Berry (VV 7-0) . ... 7 0 2 »rX-,.-3 3 Miller (L3 -2) ... 4*;, 12 9 «.l t „.3 1 l-»,0 2 3 Crotz 2'!, 1 9 «.l t „.3 1 l-»,0 2 3 3 2 3 Cation 1 1 II 4 2 2 44 21 2R jHyde Stevens Smith Sandberg Adams LaDuke Pepmeyer Weed Neal Calls Feat Incredible , Total 'The thing is he only threw 126i M ° LS o e when ab r h! 4 1 OiCooley 4 2 l^Hopping 111 Bullock 4 1 0 Scott 4 1 liRescinito 3 o o:Foster 3 0 li Humes 3 0 l 1 Sheldon 2 0 0 Interial 2 0 0 Minis 10 0 Vallero 10 0! Tuite's New Job NEW YORK (UPI) - James Tuite, an assistant sports editor with the New York Times since 1958, will succeed James Roach as sports editor effective Oct. 1. Tuite, 52, joined the morning daily's sports staff in 1946 as a H1Lo |copy editor, before which he ab r h;was an adjunct professor of journalism at Long Island University. He replaces Roach, who reached the newspaper's mandatory retirement age of 65 has been sports editor Total 44 20 241 Total Score by Innings: Rod's ... . . . 10,') 1213 0—20 Misfits READ THE WANT ADS Killebrew, injury June 25 while batting! ij _ <i(j against the.Chicago White Sox, 1 107 028 3— 2i; will be operated on for a torn medial cartilage and could be available to the Twins in six j or eight weeks. I -.ivY'.lt' GALESBURG WKOIN-MERCURY I Rental Cars ' ' His More Kinds oli, I Rental Plans I Payment Plan** sr. For More Kinds flifl People Will* Hi ii -lll,^ ','-l-.'tit ! l)l' WW* f.M'H. Comet Monterey Montego Rent Hourly . . . Daily . . . 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