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Galesburg Defeats Macomb Gole^buro Rcqisf r-MoiI, Golesburo, Tutsdav, July 17, -iWl 19 Galesburg eame to life in the run department Monday evening : as the Pioneers scored a 7 -4 victory over the Macomb Macs in CICL play. It was a twilight affair at * Knox' Blodgett Field that saw the Pioneers support a route- going effort by Paul Kreke with • strong defensive play and timely ... i hitting. , The victory was a welcome , v one for Coach Jim Isaacson's charges who had had only one win in second half play. The Pioneers are now 2-4 for the second half and moved out of the cellar with Macomb (2-5) dropping t» the basement. Galesburg is at Bloomington this afternoon for a 5:30 contest and will be host to Peoria in an­ other 5:30 twilight game at Blodgett Field Wednesday. "It's great to break out of it," Coach Jim Isaacson said. "I'm glad we finally got some runs for Kreke (Paul). He has pitched better and lost." Kreke, righthander from Quincy College, was 0-3 going into yesterday's game but had pitched much better ball than his record would indicate. Macomb got to the big Pioneer pitcher for 11 hits but he was tough with men on base and had good support in the field. In the seventh inning, with the Pioneers leading 6-3, a.good play on a ground ball by third baseman Bob Szczecinski and a strong throw by centerfielder John Hoschoidt, cutting down a runner at the plate, got Kreke out of (rouble. two double plays around the horn, one 'started by shortstop Rick McCarthy and the other by second baseman Mark Miller, also helped the Pioneer moundsman out of Jams. After the Pioneers had the bases loaded and no one out and failed to score in the second inning, they came back to send four across the plate in the third. Saczecinski broke the ice with a 2-out, 2-run homer. Later in the inning two more runs came in on a double by Miller. With two out in the fourth, McCarthy connected for a 2-run shot and Galesburg led 6-0. The Pioneers' final'run came in the eighth when Heimerdinger doubled and Kreke singled him home. CICL Standings SfcCOMD HALF W L Pel. OB Springfield (12-9) 5 2 .714 8 Btoomington (10-20) 4 3 .571 1 x-C-Mattoon (18-9) 4 3 .571 1 Peoria (17-13) 3 3 .500 V,i Galesburg (14-16) 2 4 .333 2H Macomb (14-18) 2 5 .285 3 x-Denotes first-half champion; Over-all records in parentheses. Yesterday's Results Galesburg 7. Macomb 4 Charleston-Mattoen 3, Peoria 1 Springfield 4-7, Bloomington 3-3 Today's Results Galesburg at Bloomington( Wesleyan Stadium), 5:30 p.m. Springfield at Charleston-Mattoon (Baker Field, Charleston), 7:30 p.m. Macomb at Peoria (Meinen Field), 7:30 p.m. Tomorrow's Games Bloomington at Macomb, 5:30 p.m. Peoria at Galesburg (Knox College). 5:30 p.m. u Only games scheduled. . MaeOHtb ibrli Bibcock 4 0 0 Piskonskl 4 0 3 Pettenuzzd 5 1 l Stumpf Slron Wheat John Grybash Dunning Wllberly Total 4 0 1 4 0 1 4 1 2| 3 0 0 3 2 1 3 0 2 1 0 0 35 7 11 Otieifeurf itl li Hoscheidt 4 12 McCarthy 4 1 1 S*c2'etnski 4 11 Bradley 3 l l Heidinger 4 2 2 Miller Purcell Bollman Kreke 4 0 3 3 0 0 4 1 1 3 0 1 Total 33 7 12 Score by innings: _ ^ , . Macomb .000 012 001—4 Galesburg . 004 200 Olx—7 E—Siron, Bradley. LOB—Macomb 10. Galesburg 7. RBI—PettenUzio 2. Dunning. McCarthy 2, Szczeclnski 2, Miller 2, Kreke. 2B—HCimerdinger, Miller. HR— Pettenuzzo, McCarthy, Szcz«cinski. SH—McCarthy, Kreke. DP—Macomb 1, Galesburg 2. Ip h r erbbso Dunning (L1-4) 6*M0 « 4 2 1 Wilberly 1 VJ 3 1 1 2 2 Kreke (W 1-3) ... 9 11 4 3 3 6 VVP—Dunning. U—Bruington, Sturgeon. T—2:28. A—148. Pioneer Feels By TOM MARVELLI (Staff Writer) ! The boyish face under the "mop of wavy brown hair broke ... into a wide grin. "' "My defense had to improve because there wasn't any of- i,A fense to work on." ™ That statement was made by Galesburig Pioneer Mike Heimerdinger over two months ago. He was reflecting on his first season in the Central Illi- s nois Collegiate League which turned out to be more pain than progress due to a poor showing at the plate. / '•When I first canne to the Pioneers 'I was really scared. I wasn't sure I belonged in the league. I heard how tough it was and I really wondered why ,, I was here. It really affected '""my play." , Whatever problems Heimerdinger had last year offensively seem to have disappeared during the first half of the season this year as the hefty untility man finished with a .304 percentage. "Coming into the league with one year under my belt I felt more confident. I knew I had to come back to Galesburg to show the people what I could do." Even though his spirit provided the power, Mike didn't start the season off with a boom. After batting one for eleven in the first few games, the impression was more of a fizzling firecracker. "I felt when I first came back," Heimerdinger said, "I tried too hard. Mark Miller, our shortstop, helped me with jor League Box Scores Los Angeles ab r hbl , u 'Lopes 4 O .2 0 ,,,.Mota 3 0 10 • - Buckner 4 0 0 0 Ferg'son 4 0 0 0 Crawford 3 111 Paci'rek 0 0 0 0 Garvey 3 0 0 0 Cey 3 0 0 0 ...Russell 3 0 0 0 '. Sutton 3 0 0 0 Pittsburgh ab r hbl D. P'ker 4 0 10 Sang'len 4 0 0 0 Oliver 4 0 10 Stargell 4 0 0 0 Hebner 4 0 2 0 Rob'son 3 0 0 0 Stennett 3 0 10 Maxvill 2 0 10 Dava'lo 10 0 0 J. Her'z 0 0 0 0 Briles 2 0 0 0 Cash 10 0 0 Giustl 0 0 0 0 Total 32 0 6 0 Total 30 1 4 1 .—i Score by innings: '.'Los Angeles olo 000 000—l .'•Pittsburgh ._• 000 000 000—0 DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB—Los Angeles 3, Pittsburgh 5. ui; 2B—D. Parker. HR—Crawford (8). S—Mota. Ip h r erbbso • Sutton (W 12-5) — 9 6 0 0 0 9 "" Briles (L8-8) 8 3 110 1 r;Giusti •-- i IOOOI , ( T—2:10. A—16,570. Chicago •b t hbl —••Jeter 5 2 2 1 Alvar'do 5 0 10] May 4 2 2 1 Melton 5 12 1 Hend'on 5 113 Bradford 3 0 0 01 Kelly 1 0 Q 0 Leon 5 0 0 01 « H. Allen 3 0 0 OjMiller Boston sbrhbi Harper 4 2 13 Evans 10 0 0 Aparicio 6 13 0 Smith 5 2 2 3 lYasfki 3 111 Cepeda 5 0 11 Fisk 4 110 Cater .5010 Muser. 2 1 1 01 Herr'nn 4 112 Johnson 0 0 0 0 Gossage 0 0 0 0 Fisher 0 0 0 0 Acosta 0 0 0 0 Griffin Curtis Moret Bolin 4 110 5 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 42 810 8[ Total 42 913 9 «»» Two outs when the winning run —Scored. Score by innings: Chicago _ 104 000 012 00—« Boston 202 300 010 01—9 E—H. Allen, Leon. DP—Boston 1. LOB—Chicago 3, Boston 7. 2B—Jeter, Aparicio, Yastrzemski, Cepda, May, Melton. HR—Smith 2 (10). Jeter (3), Henderson (3). Harper (6), Herrmann (7). SB—Harper, Fisk. Ip h r erbbso Johnson 2% 4 4 4 2 2 Gossage 1 4 3 3 2 0 Fisher 3>.f, 2 1112 Acosta (L 4 -2) ....• 3=b 3 1 1 14 Curtis 2=?, 6 5 5 0 0 Moret 4% 2 1 1 1 1 Bolin (W 3 -2) .— 3% 2 2 2 1 3 San Francisco ab r h bi Bonds 12 10 Fuentes 3 0 10 Maddox 4 0 1 21 McC'vey 4 0 0 0 Goodson 4 0 0 0 Matth's 3 0 0 OIReitz St. Louis ab r h bl Brock 4 110 Size'ore 3 0 0 0 Torre 4 12 2 Sim'ons 4 0 0 0 Mele'ez 3 0 2 0 Phillips Rader Barr 3 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 01 Carbo Tyson Gibson 3 0 0 0 3 12 1 3 0 10 3 0 0 0 Total 30 3 8 3 Total 26 2 5 2. Score by innings San Francisco 100 001 000—2 St. Louis 000 110 Olx—3 E— Goodson; DP—San Francisco 1, St. Louis 3. LOB—San Francisco 4, St. Louis 4. HR—Torre (8), Carbo (2). SB- Bonds, Tyson. S—Fuentes, Barr (2), Sizemore. ip h r er bb so Barr (L7-9) - —. 8 8 3 3 0 2 Gibson (W 9-9) 9 5 2 2 4 1 PB—Simmons. T—1:49. A—26,413. Montreal ab r h bl Hunt 5 2 2 0 Jorg'sen 3 110 Fairly 3 0 11 Breeden 10 0 0 Sing'ton 4 113 Bailey 2 10 0 Day 2 0 0 0 Woods 3 0 10 Lintz 0 0 0 0 . Houston ab r h bi Wynn 4 0 0 0 Metzger 4 110 Cedeno 5 2 2,0 Watson 5 2 2 1 Rader 4 112 May 2 0 11 Helms 3 0 0 1 Jutze 4 0 0 1 Forsch 10 0 0 Boc'b'la 4 0 0 OlCra'ford 10 0 0 Frias 4 0 0 OlAgee 10 10 Renko 3 0 1 l'Upshaw 0 0 0 0 Marshall 0 0 0 01 Mashore 10.00! Jarvis 0 0 0 01 Lyttle 1 0 0 0| Walker 0 0 0 0| Total 36 5 7 *s| Total 34~6~8~6 One out when winning run scored. Score by innings: Montreal . 001 100 003 0—5 Houston —100 004 000 1—6 E—Boccabella. DP—Houston 2. LOB—Montreal 10, Houston 9. 2B—Rader, Woods, Watson. HR— Singleton (14). SB—Cedeno. S— Wynn, Dader. SF—May, Helms. ip h r er bb so Renko Marshall . Tarvis Walker (L 3-4) Forsch Crawford Unshaw'(Wl -2) ill[||IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIilIlilIllltl(l)llitlillllllllilllll|Nlllllllll)llllllllillllllilllllllilMIIIIIIII|l|lll!|!| Mike Heimerdinger drills and showed me how to concentrate better. By watching Bobby Szczecinski, I learned how to be more aggressive." Pioneer coach Jim Isaacson benched Heimerdinger for a game. Said Jim, "Sometimes a player goes and goes and gets himself into a rut. I made him sit out a game just hoping I could break it up for Mike." It's part of the'league's star tistics now but the combination of Isaacson's psychology and Heimerdinger's determination and talent sparked the Eastern Illinois University ballplayer and he finished out the rest of the first half of the season with 20 hits in 58-official trips to the plate. Heimerdinger's great talent lies in his defense although a 12-game hitting streak at one time during the first half of the season might fool the ordinary fan. "He's one of hte most valuable players I have," reports Isaacson. "He can catch, play first or play any of the outfield positions. He's a heady ballplayer. He's real smart. Mike also knows how to run the bases." "Jim VVasem, Pioneer coach last season, told me I should learn another position last year. He made me want to learn something else so when I went back to Eastern in the fall I learned how to catch and play third." Heimerdinger also gave credit tc the new Pioneer coach and 5*.'i 6 5 4 3 6 . 2 ','a 0 0 0 1 2 - 1 1 0 0 0 0 3V* 32243 hi? assistant for helping to im- i' 3 10002 P rcve nis game. "I was trying Walker pitched to four batters in to hit everything out Of the ball tenth. HBP—bv Forsch (Hunt). . o T— 3 :08. A—16,186. 'park at the beginning of the '^'caK YI= year. Isaacson got me to raise my arm and Steve Achelpohl get me to hit the top half of the ball so I would hit down on it." The, expression on his face changed as Mike looked down at his hands that were clasped in his lap. "Isaacson is a good coach. He's taught us a lot about baseball. We've learned a lot from him and I think he's learned from us. It's been a 2-way thing. We're out there to win and that's the only way we can." The seriousness in his tone of voice stayed as he continued, "Our team this year, is twice as good as last year even if the record doesn't show it (12-12 for the first half of the season) "We're really close. When one player is down, another player picks you up. It's a long summer and you're going to ni-ed the help." The only thing Mike forgot to add was that no matter how much help is given, it's up to the individual to make the most of it. Heimerdinger's statistics speak for him on that count. Mumm Wins Short Track Grand Final Dick Mumm of Burlington, Iowa, rode a Yamaha to victory in the grand final of the Amateur Short Track motorcycle races held Saturday night at the Galesburg Motorcycle Club track. Phillip Johns, Canton, finished second. Johns was also riding a Yamaha. Order of finish in the six classes is listed below. Final Result! lOOcc — Stuart Olsted, Galesburg, Yamaha; Mike Mathews, Chillicothe, Suzuki; David Hebb, Canton, Hodaka. 122cc — Dave Werckman, Peoria, Suzuki; Dick Mumm, Burlington, Iowa, Yamaha; Ronald Ribolzl, Oglesby, Suzuki. 175cc — Ronald Kingsly, Chillicothe, Bultaco; Phillip Johns, Canton, Yamaha; Steve Engstrom, Peoria, Kawasaki. 250.ee — Dave Werckman, Peoria, Montesa; Terry Bond, Galesburg, Yamaha; Gary Johnson, Altona, Honda. 360cc — Lee Grimmett, Springfield, Bultaco; Michael Frederick, Pekin, Bultaco; Michael Bell, Galesburg, Yamaha, Grand Final — Dick Mumm, Burlington, Iowa, Yamaka; Phillip Lake Rice Loses Meet To Lakelawn Lakelawn Swim Club defeated Lake Rice Country OSub in a dual swimming meet at Lake­ lawn Saturday. Lakelawn totaled 221 points to only 101 for Lake Rice. Lake­ lawn now posts a 2-0 record. Individual results and times are as follows: Girls 8-under 25 Free — Palko (R), Beck (R), Willcutts (L). :17.9. 9-10 50 Free — Rosine (L). ;42.9. 11-12 50 Free — Hendricks (L), Kamp (R), Sellett (L). :31:9. 13-14 50 Free — Mendrek (R), Middaugh (L). :30.3. 15-over 100 Free — Mendrek (R), Lehman (L). 1:13.1. 8-under 25 Back — Palko (R), Beck (R). :23.4. 9-10 50 Back — Rosine (L). 1:00.5. 11-12 50 Back — Palko (R), Hendricks (L). Kamp (R), SeUett (L). •38.2 ' 13-14 50 Back — Middaugh (L). l:0b.0. 15-over 100 Back — Mendrek (R), Lehman (L). 1:23.1. 9-10 100 I.M. — Middaugh (L). 1:52.7. 11-12 100 I.M. — Lehman (L), Palko (R). 1:22.4. 13-14 100 I.M. — Mendrek (R), Middaugh (L), Flaherty (L). 1:25.2 8-under 25 Breast — Beck (R), Willcutts (L). :29.8. 9-10 50 Breast — Middaugh (L) ;49.9. 11-12 50 Breast — Lehman (L), Palko (R). :40.1. 13-14 50 Breast — Mendrek (R), Flaherty (L). :43.7. 15-over 100 Breast — Lehman (L). 1 '38 8 8-under Fly Palko (R), Willcutts (L). :20.8. 9-10 50 Fly — Rosine (L). Middaugh (L). :51.4. 11-12 50 Fly — Hendricks (L), Lehman (L). :38.9. 13-14 50 Fly — Flaherty (L). :49.0. 11-12 200 Free Relay — Palko, Kamp, Mendrek (It). 2:22.4. Boys 8-undcr 25 Free — Blumenshine (L), Nixon (R), Keser (L). :20.7. 9-10 50 Free — Blumenshine (L), Willcutts (L). :42.0. 11-12 50 Free — Blumenshine (L), Morgan (L). :34.9. 15-over 100 Free — Hollman (L). 1:06.7. 8-under 25 Back — Blumenshine (L), Nixon (R), Keser (L). :26.6 9-10 50 Back — Willcutta (L), Blumenshine (L), Waters (R). N.T. 11-12 50 Back — Blumenshine (L), Wilson (R), Morgan (L). :42.3. 13-14 50 Back — Hendricks (L). :49.06. 15-over 100 Back — Hollmann (L). 1:19.3. 9-10 100 I.M. — Flaherty (L), Hendricks (L), Waters (R). 1:34.6. 11-12 100 I.M. — Miller (L), Wilson (R). 1:29:7. 8-under 25 Breast — Hollmann (L), Lehman (L). :24.5. 9-10 50 Breast — Hendricks (L), Waters (R), Blumenshine (L). 150,4. 11-12 50 Breast — Blumenshine (L). Miller (L). :43.6. 13-14 50 Breast — Hendricks (L). '37.3. 15-over 100 breast — Hollmann (L). 1:37.7. 8-under 25 Fly — Nixon (R). Hollmann (L), Lehman (L). :28.5. 9-10 50 Flv — Flaherty (L). :46.8 11-12 50 Fly — Miller (L), Wilson (R>. Morgan (L). :46.4. 13-14 50 Fly — Hendricks (L). :35.4. fl-10 200 Free Relay — Flaherty, Blumenshine, Hendricks, Willcutts (L). 2:55.7. READ THE WANT ADS! Smith Traded; Thomas Gets Boot BY JOE CARNICELLI UPI Sports Writer The . controversial Thomas' were in action on both sides on the nation Monday. Joe Thomas' vacuum cleaner at Baltimore swept up Bubba Smith and Duane Thomas was on the receiving end of Coach Harland Svare's foot in San Diego. Smith, the Colts' 6-foot-8, 275- pound defensive end, became the latest housecleaning project about the trade is I've of Thomas, Baltimore's general manager, on Monday when he was traded to the Oakland Raiders for tight end Raymond Chester is a straight player deal. "I guess they did what they thought was right," said Smith. "I don't know why Joe Thomas is doing whatever he's doing ... i\Vhat really, really hurts me NOTICE WE WILL OPEN TEMPORARILY FOR REDUCTION OF INVENTORY SALE 20% TO 50% OFF ON MANY ITEMS Spectacular Savings on All Fishing & Camping Supplies Please Pick Up Your Lay-a-Ways HOURS: MON., TUES., WED. & SAT. 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM . FRI. 9:39 AM to 9:00 PM Closed All Day Thursday WILKINS GUN SHOP 848 E. MAIN ST. GALESBURG 342-5915 developed a lot of friends in six years ... Of course, my thinking and the manager's thinking is completely different." A Colt spokesman said that Smith's contract had run out and he had not agreed to terms on the new contract but he stressed it was, "strictly a football trade. It will help both teams. We needed more offense and they wanted more defense." Joe Schmiesing, a recent acquisition from the Detroit Lions, is expected to fill Smith's left end slot. Duane Thomas, meanwhile, reported to the Chargers' camp 24 hours late after sitting out all of last season and was ordered to go back home by Svare. "No one is going to show up at camp any time he wants," said the San Diego coach. Elsewhere in the training camps, running back Larry Brown, Washington's Player of i the Year in the National Conference, failed to show at ithe club's first workout. Brown j is said to be trying to renegotiate his contract but his attorney said that he was just taking care of some personal matters in Washington'. Bob Lilly, Craig Morton and Dave Manders failed to report to the Dallas camp and faced fines as did running back John Riggins for failing to report to the New York Jets' camp. Former Green Bay star Herb Adderley was tried at free safety on Monday by the New England Patriots as part of an experiment and Pittsburgh Coach Chuck Noll said he would try Preston Pearson, a starting running back before being ousted by rookie sensation Franco Harris last season, as a wide receiver. Defensive end Joe Jones and offensive lineman Jim Copeland suffered minor leg injuries at the Cleveland Browns' camp and 12 players, including veteran safety Gus Hollomon, left the Houston Oilers' camp. Philadelphia Coach Mike McCormack praised wide receiver Billy Walik durjng an otherwise lackluster practice while Chuck Knox, another newcomer to the head coaching ranks, was pleased with the condition of his Los Angeles club. Deadline Is July 29 For Club Tourney Qualifying deadline for the Bunker Links club championship is July 29, i<M pro Joe Sbolarick has attwbuftced. TfoSfe is no entry fee. Golfers must declare 18 holes hinder to qualify. There will be junior men's, men's, senior men's, junior girls', ladles' and flight championships. In play at the municipal c&urse last week, Vernon Holmstrom came up with the shot of the week, a hole-in-one with a 7-iron on No. 12. Hfttmstirom was playing with Jess Pico and Bob Steinmetz. Terry Hinkle had an eagle three on hole No. 16 and an eagle two on No. 18. Both getting eagle threes on No. 18 were Pat Herrin and Bud Rhea. Top rounds of the week were 72s turned in by Joe Rodeffer and John Stansbury. Rodeffer also had two 73 rounds. Juniors Tom Bennett and Mike Morrissey recorded 75 and 77, respectively, while Jim Johnson led the seniors with 78 and 79. The -best'league score was a best ball 63 carded by Old Timers Jess Pico, Shave Erickson, Ray Duvall, Harry Poppin and Ollic Abrahamson. Building Contractors Chuck Hines, Bruce Cowan, Hienie Johnson, Lookie Carlson and Bill Bloyd shot 65. Mark Peterson, Ray Anderson, Jim Hawkinsin, Cliff Pearson and M. A. Campbell carded 67 for Covenant Church. The total was 68 in two leagues. Senior Citizens Hienie Johnson, George Miller, John Charlson, Pete Ekwall and Dewey Bohannon and Executives Dr. M. Marveili, Dr. P. Hodierne, Walt Buswell arid Ron Graflfouliere had the 68s. In the Mixed Couples League, Leah Chapman and Oscar Lindsey had the low gross of 43 Tied for first low net of 36 were the pairs of Betty Weber and Ray Conkright and Dale Harvey and Mary Conkright. Reds'- 'Continued From Page 18) Principal Reveats Coach Asked Hiin I i » T To Alter Records GALVESTON, Tex. (UPI) The principal at Ball High School said Monday football Coach Joe Woolley told him that his home might be burned if he didn't go along with altering Kerry Jackson's transcript. Jackson played quarterback as a freshman at Oklahoma last year and was the leading Candidate for the starting job this season before he was declared ineligible because of the grade tampering. The Sooners, ranked No. 2 at the end of last season, disclosed Jackson's transcript had been altered to make him eligible to enter Oklahoma, and forfeited eight games in which he played. Principal Jim Watson said Woolley came to Mm July 6, >1972, and asked to have Jackson's class standing changed to show he was in the top 25 per cent of his class. "I just flatly refused to do so," Watson said. He said Woolley told him they would discuss the matter again. "The next day, Friday, July 7, Woolley came to my office with Coach Bill Michael from the University of Oklahoma and again asked that Kerry's transcript be changed or a cover letter written to improve his class standings," Watson said. "I repeated that it couldn't be done," he said. "Woolley then made a veiled threat that Kerry had a couple of friends on Post Office Street and if Church Loop Box Scores Valuable Player, was the top vote-getter (1,111,366) in the AL but may not be able to play due to a leg injury which has sidelined him for several weeks'. If the White Sox slugger cannot play, the starting first base assignment probably would be given to runner-up John Mayberry of Kansas City. Rod Carew of Minnesota gained the second base starting assignment' in a tight ballot battle with K.C.'s Cookie Rojas. Carew's margin of victory was only 4,000. Brooks Robinson received 826,621 votes to cam a starting role at third base for the ninth time. Oakland's Bert Campaneris will be the AL's starting shortstop. i (lit Qui*) Corpui'Ckvlatl Orange Chapal ab i hi ab r h Betts 4 1 liMcKce 3 1 1 Jl. Glas'ch 4 1 llNclson n 1 0 Swlgart 3 1 I Nott 3 0 1 Butte 3 3 2|Stevens 2 0 0 Maxwell 4 1 OlMarkley 2 0 0 K. Sullivan 4 3 3|Moorc 2 0 0 O. Sullivan 3 2 2|LaFollette 2 0 1 Poplett 1 2 OlLumburR 2 0 0 Jo. Glas'ch 3 0 2jSar«cnt 110 Total 29 14 121 Total 20 3 3 Score by innings: Corpus Christ! 722 21—14 Orange Chapel .. ... 102 00— 3 Ip h r «r bb •» G, Sullivan (W 5-1) 5 3 3 10 3 Nott (L 1-5) « 9 B 6 1 Lumburg 3!ii « 5 4 4 1 they knew ther£ wai 4 man keeping Kerry from playing football at Oklahoma his house would be on fire in 30 minutes. "He didn't actually siay he was going to set my house on fire, but I took it as a vetted threat," Wartson said. - ;: Woolley would not cpniment on the allegation, but said he had turned the matter over to his lawyer. ;; Woolley said last April he ordered Jackson's traijfccript changed. & The Galveston School Board demoted Woolley to a_ Maintenance Department job£ but reinstated him as a head^eoach on a 4-3 vote Wednesday./' A. W. McDonald, chairman of the Legal Redress ComjlTittee of the Galveston NAACf} has asked a grand jurjjj to investigate the grade" tampering, and several school board members hay? been subpoenaed to appear.; before the grand jury Wednesday. Dom's Downs Firefighters In 16-7 Game • > i Dom's Sport Center defeated the Firefighters 16-7 in a Babe Ruth game played at the Galesburg High School diamond Friday night. Pitching the 4-hitter: against the Firefighters was Greg Johnson. Losing hurler was Chuck Unger, who got two base, hits in two times at bat. Mark Cunningham and Mike Campbell, both went three for four at the plate to lead Dom's. Dave Aldrich contributed two hits. 1 A&W plays Club 19 and-Eagles meets Gale Ward in tonight's action at H. T. Custer Park. (2nd Oama) Corpui Chrlatl Orange Chapel ab r hi ab r h Bettfl 3 2 0|Da. McKee 3 1 1 Jl. Glns'ch 4 3 3!Nelson 2 0 0 Swigart 4 3 3 Butts 4 3 4 Maxwell 4 2 2 K. Sullivan 3 1 1[ De. McKee 1 0 o Nott 3 2 2 Stevens 3 1 1 J. Markley 3 1 3 G. Sullivan 3 1 SIMoorc 3 0 1 Poplett 4 1 ljLaFollette 3 0 0 Jo. Glas'ch 4 1 1 Lumburg 2 0 1 [Sargent 0 0 0 IT. Markley 2 0 0 Total 33 1? ia| Total 25 "S "iJ Score by Innings: Corpus Chrlsti 202 85—17 Orange Chapel . - 000 32— 8 Ip h r er bb so K. Sullivan (W4-2) 5 0 5 4 0 0 T. Markley (L 3-1) 5 18 17 18 2 0 Dom's rireHahiari •bi hi ab r h Lewis 4 1 1 | Lee '"2 1 0 Evans 2 2 1 IHopklns ..' 3 0 0 B. Chees'n 4 2 1 IMundy 0 1 fl Aldrich 3 3 2 IRozynek'""4 0 0 S. Chees'n 2 2 1 |Do. McK'pt J 2 0 Johnson 3 2 1 IPiokrel A 0 1 Cun'gham 4 2 3lDe. McKf'p!2 1 0 Campbell 4 1 3|Fritz 3 1 1 Baldwin 1 1 0 IHolland 2 0 0 Cornier 0 0 OlUngcr <.>i<,2 1 2 ISmlth 1 0 0 Total 27 1613|' Total ,24 l7 Score by Innings: 1 ""' Dom's .000,,387—18 Firelighters 021, ,1J2— 7 Southwell Winner Tom Southwell was incorrectly reported as the loser in Friday night's Little League^game between the Giants and 'Braves. Actually young Southwell of the Giants won 9-1 on a 5-hitter, struck out 12 and walked no one. 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