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M (jolisbuffl Reaistep-Moil, Galesbufg III, .;JWecN .^ay, July 18, 1973 Iliini Athletic Program CMAMPAIO^, ill. (UP!) For the second time in six years, the University of Illinois is in trouble with the NCAA about alleged "financial transactions" involving athletes at the school. The NCAA in Kansas City, Mo., and Chancellor J.W. Pelta- Son of the university's Champaign campus revealed Tuesday 'that an "official inquiry" is being made at the Big Ten school. It was learned that the NCAA, after more than a year of investigation, presented a list of charges to Illinois and asked the university for' a reply to them. An NCAA spokesman said the term 'official inquiry" means an NCAA investigation has turned up charges that appear to have some "substance." There is no deadline for the university to respond to the charges, the spokesman said, and nothing to suggest the university might not show itself innocent of any wrongdoing. ' Peltason said in a statement he has asked Athletic Director Cecil Coleman to "investigate the charges promptly and thoroughly so that I may make a formal response to the NCAA." Neither the university, the Big Ten Conference, which an* nounced it was cooperating in the investigation, nor the NCAA would say what sports or individuals are involved. "Although the inquiry specifically names individuals who are alleged to have participated in certain financial transactions, neither the university nor its athletic association will release the names of the Individuals involved or the allegations made against them," Peltason said. The sears of the last NCAA inquiry are still fresh in the memory of officials at Illinois. That inquiry turned up a "slush fund" of about $21,000 collected by alumni and involved about 33 athletes. Placed on Probation As a result, Illinois was Fire Again placed on two years' probation in 1907 by the NCAA and its football and basketball teams ruled ineligible for post season competition during the period. Three coaches-football Coach Pete Elliot, basketball Coach Harry Combes and his assistant v Howard Braun-resigned under threat of suspension by the Big Ten. The Fighting Illini football program in particular suffered. The Illini have a 13*31 Big Ten record since 1W7 and have changed coaches twice, hiring Bob Blackmail from Dartmouth in 1*70 to replace Jim Valek, Elliot's successor. In Chicago, Big Ten Commissioner Wayne Duke issued a statement saying. "Our conference has and will continue to cooperate with the NCAA and the Illinois Athletic Association in their investigation.'* Galesburg Defeats Bobcats, Hosts Peoria Pacers Today BJJOOMINGTON - For the second night in a row Galesburg Pioneer bats made noise and as a»xesult the Pioneers turned back Bloomington 7-3 here Tuesday in CICL play. "Coach Jim Isaacson's charges, who pounded out 12 hits the night before in a 7-4 victory over Macomb, had a total of 13 la?' f " night and there was nothing unlucky about the number. The Pioneers had lost their first two games of the first half and dropped four out of their first five to occupy the league basement. They are now 3-4, tied with Peoria for fourth place in the league. Galesburg will host Peoria, in a twilight game today at 5:30 on the Knox College diamond. Tom Steen (3-4), university of Iowa, is scheduled to go to the hill. Pioneer pitcher Mike Mackie had first inning troubles when the Bobcats scored three runs. However, he wasn't hit that hard and he proceeded to blank the hosts the rest of the way. "There were only four well hit 'balls off him and two of them were caught," coach Isaacson said. The Bobcats had 11 hits off Mackie but they included several bleeders and bloopers. "We played good defense and ran the bases well," the Pioneer coach said. "We're more aggressive at the plate. The next few days are realy important for us." After Peoria tonight, Galesburg has an off day Thursday, is host to Springfield for one game Friday at H. T. Custer *-"'HL ' ____ First Baseman Gary Bradley Enjoys Playing in CICL By TOM MARVELLI (Staff Writer) 111 "I played every game as a freshman at Drake University and finished second on the team in hitting. I would have been list but I went 0 for nine the last' three games of the season while this senior went four for pine, Don't print that." The comment is misleading. Galesburg Pioneer Gary Bradley just isn't cocky or a braggart. But that doesn't mean he has no reason to be. "To start, his father, Marvin Bradley, is the cartoonist who dn*ws the cartoon strip "Rex Morgan, M. D." '^He's the greatest guy in the world. He's the type that analyzes baseball. He thinks a guy should get credit for hitting if .p 'ball even though he gets put..out. He hates the bunt." Gary Bradley a strange place when I first got v here. 1 struck out the first three times up. The fourth time up I hit a bleeder right up the middle. I was just hoping to hit it so I wouldn't strike out again. "I started out the year going three for. 14. My roommate (Bob) Briskey helped me get my confidence back. He said that I was down here to play baseball and I had to try. That's the way this team is though. We all pick each other up;" Bradley sat back and thought for a moment. "I'm not going to talk through iny hat. It's really going to be hard for us to win the second half. I'm looking for Peoria and Springfield to make the best CICL Standings SECOND HAW W L Pet. OB Springfield (12-20) 5 3 .625 — xC-MattOon (10-9) 5 3 .625 — Bloominffton (10-21) 4 4 .500 1 Peoria (17-14) 3 4 .429 \<i Galesburg (15-16) 3 4' .429 Macomb (15-18) 3 5 .375 2 Yeiterday'e HetuUi Macob 5, Peoria 3, 12 innings Galesburg 7, Bloomington 3 Charleston-Mattodn 3, Springfield Today's Games Bloomington at Macomb, 5:30 p.m. Peoria at Galesburg (Knox College) 5:30 p.m. (Only Barnes scheduled). Thursday's Oamas Charleston-Matloon at Springfield, 7:30 p.m. and goes to Charleston-Mattoon for two games Saturday afternoon. Rick McCarthy, former GHS and American Legion star, had a big 2-run double for Galesburg in the 4-run sixth. He had two for five for the night with three RBIs. Gary Bradley, Drake University, went two for five, includ ing a solo home run in the ninth The victim of Galesburg's 13- hit attack was Tim Stoddard, North Carolina State, one of the better hurlers in the league Galesburg Bloomington lb r h Hoscheidt McCarthy Szcz'cinski Bradley Hei'dinger Miller Purcell Bollman Mackie . Total ab r h 5 1 1 Lyall " 4 10 5 12 Carter 3 0 0 5 0 2Curran 5 1 5 1 2 Colby 5 0 0 3 1 1 Crowley 3 12 5 0 OLeasch 4 0 1 5 12 Kyes 4 0 3 4 1 2Juday '402 4 1 II Stoddard 3 0 1 lOgle 10 0 IShade s 0 0 0 41 7 13| Total 38 3 11 Score by .innings: Galesburg 000 040 003—7 Bloomington 300 000 000—3 E—Purcell, Mackie, Curran, Juday _. LOB—Galesburg 14, Bloomington 11. HBl—McCarthy 3, Bradley 2, Szczeclnski, Bradley 2, Crowley, Leasch, Kyes. 2B—Heimerdin^er, McCarthy. HR—Bradley. SB—Hel- merdinner, Purcell 2, Lyall, Curran 2, Leasch. DP—Galesburg. lp h r er bb so Mackie (W 2-2) . !1 Stoddard (L3-3) 8 Shade 1 IT—Jones, Fisher. T—3:00. 11 0 4 3 7 4 14 3 f and eager to do well in baseball showing. How we do against The excitement in Gary's eyes f(r the pj on eers. j thorn will probably tell whether: flamed as the subject switched j „ Do they usually ask guyS|W e win or not. to another member of his . . nf . / „ j,.,, (nt . bn „ a (<r , . T .... , . J; ami | v (back after they play lor one! "But I wouldn't count us out. ..»/' iu » .u i iui » ''year?" jOn paper we're as good as ...My mothers the real athlete; p[Qmer CQach Jim Isaacson >everyone else. It's all decided of..the family. You should see, p rc bably answered Gary's ques -j on the breaks you get. It's a ail: the old clippings she has. I tion for him when he said, "You game of inches and we want^CFSPPCFS A- 1 !- of them are about how dem't knock a guy who 's hitting the inches to be our inches." ( i 1W7» Dcrothy Jones scored so many over m " The enthusiasm on Bradley's ; IfJeCOrCl WlH« points to lead a team to victory j The Galesburg first baseman face didn't dim as he extended p " 6*: how she broke this recordlcame up with 20 hits in the- compliments to the things he CM T .Tlttft first half of the season in 64 feels helped him in baseball, j Ill 1 CI MJMa9 official trips to the plate for a| "You know, the people of; Olson went six for six at the Palko Sets Swim Marks At Rockford ROCKFORD — Marie Palko, representing the Knox County YMCA swim team, placed first and set p:d records in three events in the fourth annual age group and open AAU Swim Meet here Saturday and Sunday. A total of 60 teams participated in the 2-day meet. Palko, who swims in the 13-14 age group, was champion with Rockford pool records in the 200- yard individual medley, open 200-yard individual medley and 100-yard backstroke. She also finished third in the 50-yard freestyle and fourth in both the 100-yard butterfly and 100-yard freestyle. High point winner in her di vision, Marie competes in the Class A Long Course AAU Meet at Hinsdale this weekend. Five other Y swimmers took part in the Rockford meet. Cindy Gunther was fifth in the 1314 100-yard breaststroke, David Bishop won fifth in the 13-14 100- yard backstroke and took heat ribbon and Tay Kamp placed sixth in the open 200- yard individual medley and captured a heat ribbon in the 100- yard backstroke. Also competing for the Knox YMCA were Chris Van Gdeson and Scot HoUmann. The pair swam in a total of seven events On the Rebound Robbie Derry Is Standout In Summer League By Joe Morrliicy Sports Editor or something. She played everything — basketball, baseball, trAck. Track was her favorite. "You'll never see a better 313 average and aided the run .Galesburg are really friendly. total with six runs batted in. So far the second half of the The first night we were here about 15 people came over just year, Gary is nine for 28 for a to say hello and see if there plate to help the Scrappers to a 20-16 win over Davenport over the weekend, but the Scrappers took it on the chin 23-9 from fan v Every basketball and base­ ball'game there was she'd go,— —-„ „ &ntf cheer her little boy on. strong .321 mark. He also W as anything we needed. At powerful rival 1 A&P Monday •-"My brother's talent is music, knocked out his first home run work, my boss is always trying night. Both games were at O. My little sister's just pretty.".of the year last night at Bloom-'to help. N. Custer Park. . ; Bradley laughed at his joke, jington. ; «i saaC son is a great coach i The girls' softball team man- i .Maybe the best adjectives to But it hasn't been easy for He rea ] ]y knows hitting well' ! aged to outslug Davenport 30-26 gse, on Gary Bradley are proud, tho 19-year-old. , B „ r j thjnk wha( . real] makes ij n the hit department. Besides and eager. Proud vof his family "I was so scared coming into him a good is the way 'o!son*s perfect night, Asher got he handles the guys on the five hits in as many times at team." .bat, and D. Hungate and Fero both went four for five. Things turned around Monday night as the two local rivals clashed. A&P pounded out 31 hits to only 16 for the Scrappers. A&P scored in six of the seven innings and had a "Major League Box Scores Chicago K*lly Mueer May Sharp Melton lb I h bl 4 1 1 01 4 0 0 0. 4 0 0 0 Smith o i o or 4 2 3K 4 1 0 01 (Firat Game) Boston ibrhbi •(Harper 5 14 0 i|Aparicio 3 0 0 1 ' *" 5 111 ifCepeda 5 0 10 i Cater 4 110 ^ vv I Mont'ry 4 0 3 1 Bradford 5 2 3 OlEvans 4 0 0 1 Herr'nn 4 1 3 5IGriffin 3 0 1 0 Orta 5 0 1 HKen'edy 3 0 0 0 Leon 4 0 2 OlFisk 1 1 1 () Wood 0 0 0 OlPattln II o o 0 Forster 0 0 0 olCJarman n 0 0 0 jVenle II 0 0 n! Score by innings: M -j. , ^~7 7;;~d ,„ , . ; ' Sa " Francisco. 100 000 0U0—1 Tdtal 38 8 13 7| Total 37 4 12 4iSl. Louis 1)20 000 00x-2 E'V^eo (120 003 003-81 DP-San Francisco 2, St. Louis Bo ^°'A 4 A • , U'Ji "Jl 1 . 0 , ° 2 '- 4 X LOB-San Francisco 4, St. Louis •E-*Orta, Apanciq. DP—-Chicago 1,!5. Su Frencleco ibik bi; Bonds 4 12 0 Fuentes 4 0 0 1 Maddox 4 0 0 0 McC'vey 3 0 10 Goodson 4 0 0 0 Matth'es 3 0 10 Phillips 3 0 10 Rader 3 0 0 0 Bradley 2 0 10 Speier 10 0 0 Sosa 0 0 0 0 Total 31 1 fi 1 Brock Size'ore Torre Sim'ons Mele'ez Carbo Reitz Tyson Folkers It. Louis •b i hbl 4 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 3 12 2 1 1 3 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 1 Total 27 2 6 1 Bradley stopped and then aiided, "I'd really like to come back next year." Lee(Continued From Page 29) Boston 1. LOB—Chicago !), Boston n 2B—Harper, Montgomery. Cater, Fist'.'HR—Herrmann (8). SB—Kelly. S—Aparicio. SF—Aparicio. ip h r er bb so Wop'd (W 18-12) ... 7'/ 3 9 3 3 1 4 Forster - Hi 3 1 1 0 1 Pettin (L 9-12) .. . 5% 9 5 5 2 3 Gawnan . Bi 2 2 H ! Veale . % 2 1 1 0 1 (Second Game) Chicago Boston •b r hbi| ibihbi K'elly 4 1 3 OHarper 3 0 0 0 • 0 2 O'Guer'ro 4 4 2 0 0 0 HSmith 4 0 1,0 1 1 O'Fisk 4 0 0 0 0 2 liPetro'li 2 0 0 0 0 0 OlOgilvle 4 0 0 0 2 1 l'Cater 3 0 0 0 1 1 OlGriffin 4 0 10 0 0 OlMiller 3 0 0 0 0 0 OlCulp 0 0 0 o 0 1 2!Skok 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O'Curtis 0 0 0 0 luser 5 May 2 Melton 4 Hend'on 4 Sharp 0 Bradford 3 Herr'nn 4 Orta" 2 Alvar'do 2 , 4 Hahns n -Total 34 5 11 s| Chieego Boston 2B— Bonds, Melendez. SB—Brock. lp h r «r.bb»o Bradley (L 9-8) 7 6 2 2 4 3 Sosa 1 0 0 0 0 2 Folkers (W 3-1) - 9 6 1112 WP—Bradley 2. Balk—Folkers. T—1:55. A—20,154. San Diego ab T hbl J. M'les Grubb Roberts Colbert Gaston Kendall Thomas R. M'les Arlin Chicago ab i h bl 0 0 OlMonday 4 0 0 0 0 1 OIBeckert 4 0 10 0 2 OlWU'ams 4 0 10 0 1 llHick'an 3 0 2 0 0 0 Q'James 0 0 0 0 0 0 OlBourq'e 10 0 0 0 1 OlSanto 3 0 0 0 0 2 O'Carde'al 3 0 10 1 1 O'Kes'ger 10 0 0 IHundley 2 0 0 0 IHiser 10 0 0 I Rudolph 0 0 0 0 IPappas 2 0 0 0 IGarrett 10 0 0 ILocker 0 0 0 0 the tournament will be leading money-winner Bruce Crampton, PGA champ Gary Player, Masters champion Tommy Aaron- and Julius Boros. Ba?k 12-run fourth frame Neal was six for six to lead A&P, while Baker added five hit? in six at bats. Thompson was three for three for the Scrappers. The Scrappers go back into for another shot at the bigi -,— ,. •. . . L ... money are local favorites Bob^' 11 ™, ""s Sunday night witti nnnihv whn NnUhori Oiir.i la^a" « « dock S ame at Abingdon. A&P ab r h fi 3 5 6 5 4 GoaLby, who finished third last, Sc year, and Larry Ziegler, former! ab r h| assistant pro at Norwood who|"i'; S< H\| GA(E | { f;r$" finished far down the field. In all, eight former U.S. Open champions will be in the 144- man field vying for the fifth largest purse on the pro tour. It is evident why Trevino is a Shea Asher Brooks Fero h a 3!Duvall 5 o 3|Kemper 5 1 llNeal 5 1 llDarrah 6 2 1 6 3 3 6 3 6 6 2 4 4 1 2 1 1 0 5 1 3 5 2 3 Total 31 0 4 0 010 300 100—5 000 000 000—0!Chicago Total 33 1 8 11 Total 29 0 5 0 Score by innings: San Diego 000 010 000—1 D. H'ngate 5 2 2 !Galloway Kirk'meyer 4 0 OiChaney Thompson 3 1 3'Killey Johnson , , , . . i Total 41 9 16! Total 5123 31 bit annoyed at bemg p3rt of a I score by innings: for one of Acr | ppPers 010 006 203 1 232 1—23 Davenport 000 000 000—0 &i-Melton. DP—Boston 2. LOB— DP—San Diego 3, Chicago 1. LOB CHKaro 6. Boston 9. ' -San Diego 8. Chicago publicity ploy Knievel's stunts Knievel, who reportedly has j Scrappers a b r n been told by a television! ™ 0 „ m P son « 2 ^tricta network not to play Trevino until it pays, also is apparently treading lightly while Trevino H 4 iM C Donaid i o goes after his bread and butter. JM '. Hu'gate 5 •» sseechem 4 2 Fero 5 2 4'Johnson 4 2 5 2 5'Echales 1 0 1 "Nunn 5 3 3 ab r 5 1 Olson" 6 2 6IHill 5 3 Shea 6 1 3IFoster 5 0 Kirk'meyer 6 2 2iFulton 5 3 Adams 3 2 2!Hal'gshed 5 1 Shields 2 1 OlDameron 5 1 •"gH—Melton. HR—Bradford (5). SB -jnger. SF—Colbert. --"Harper. SF—May. ip ip h r erbb so Arlin (W6-fi) 9 ftahnsen IW 12-9) 9 4 0 0 5 2!Pappas (L 5-8) 8 CUID (L2-5) 3'li 7 4 4 2 1 Locker 1 «i:oto . fij 3 1 1 1 4 WP—Arlin. Curtis 1 1 0000 1 T—2:06. A—22,194. Major League Standings National League East w. I. pet. g.b. Chicago 50 42 .543 — St. Louis 49 42 .538 Vz Montreal 43 47 .478 6 Pittsburgh 41 48 .461 m Philadelphia 42 50 .457 8 New York 39 50 .438 9% West w. 1. pet. g.b. Los Angeles 61 34 .642 — Cincinnati 52 42 .553 8V2 San Francisco 52 43 .547 9 Houston 51 47 .520 11% Atlanta 45 52 .464 17 San Diego 32 60 .348 2Vk Tuesday 's Results San Diego 1, Chicago 0 New York 8 Atlanta 1 Los Angeles 8 Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia 2 Cincinnati 1 Montreal 7 Houston 2 St. Louis 2 San Francisco 1 Today's Probable Pitchers (All times EOT) San Diego (Kirby 5-10) at Chicago (Jenkins 9-7), 2:30 p.m. Los Angeles (John 9-4) at Pittsburgh (Ellis 7-9), 8 p.m. San Francisco (Bryant 13-7) at St. Louis (Wise 11-4), 9 p.m. New York (Seaver 9-5) at Atlanta (Harrison 6-2), 8 p.m. American League East w. 1. pet, g.b. New York 54 42 .563 — Baltimore 47 40 .540 Boston 49 42 .538 Detroit 48 45 .516 4% Milwaukee 45 46 .495 m Cleveland 34 60 .362 19 West w. 1. pet. g.b, Oakland 53 41 .564 — Kansas City 52 45 .536 2% Chicago 48 45 .516 California 47 44 .516 Minnesota 46 45 M 5% Texas 31 59 .344 20 The motorcycle rider's name;^ n ° r was the first drawn as __ • s-Kes-' amateurs paired with the pros Total 402030' Total 451020 rerbb*ofor the pro-am today in a '^'J* ™ g > : 81u , )65 „_ 2n , prelude to the tournament. Davenport 740 401 o-io Milwaukee 6 Texas 3 Knievel's choice? He teamed i California 3 Cleve 1 up with Player. , ' HEAD THE WANT ADS! I Oakland 3 Baltimore 1 0 0 16 112 1 0 0 0 2 Tuesday's Results Chicago 8 Boston 4, 1st Chicago 5 Boston 0, 2nd Kansas City 4 Detroit 3 N.Y. 4 Minn 3, 12 inns, 1st Ne.v York 4 Minn 1, 2nd Robbie Derry is up to hid old tricks this summer. The Galesburg southpaw is pitching for Harrisburg, Va., and already Valley League batters are wishing he stayed in the midwest. Derry, who has pitched on three Galesburg baseball teams and will be a junior this fall at Southern Illinois, is boasting a 1.45 earned run average. So far he has compiled a 3-1 won -loss record for the Harrisburg team which has now won six in a row and has taken over second place in the league. The lone loss for Robbie came in a 5-4 game that saw the opposition score three unearned runs. The Valley League is made uo of a mixture of college players and ex-pro ball players. Derry was picked to the all- star game recently and pitch- Saddle Club Holds Show On Sunday The Galesburg Boots -and Saddle Club held a horse show at the club grounds in Knoxville Sunday. Judge for the show was Don Sensabaugh. The club has rescheduled a show for Saturday night at 7:30, and the Junior Horse Show will be on Sunday at 1 p .m. Both shews will be at the Knoxville club grounds. Pony Pleasure — Mike Howard, Twila Batter. Fay Alphs, Jackie Keith, Lisa Holmes., Halter Claii — Eugene Olson, Lee Martin, Russ Ryden, Nancy Everett, Pat Kunkle. Bareback Trot — Diane King, Cheryl Briick, Cindy Cooley, Kay Reischling, Mike French. Women's Western Pleasure — Karen Nordquist, Judy Dennis, Mona Swanson, Jan Jordan, Betty Dierolf. Flag Bace — Jerry Miller, Kenny Hamerlinek, Lee Turnbull, Danny Griffith. Diane King. Plug Race — Janey Roller. Danny Griffith. Howard Chick, Sherry Sor rells, Mickey Utzinger. Handy Horse — Howdy Hogren, Mike Adcock, Kenny Hamerlink, Lee Turnbull, Cindy Cummings. Junior Western Pleasure—Patty Howard. Danny Jacobson, Laurie Olson, Julie McNeil, Annita Erlck- son. Barrel Bace — Sherrv Sorrel!, Danny Griffith, Kenny Hamerlink, Rifk Kntwlstle, Mickey Utzinger. Men's Western Pleasure — Art mzinger, Lee> Martin. Don Stroud Ernifi Dorethy, Len DWolf, Speed nnd Action — Danny Grif, mh, Willie Sloan. Lenny May, Clndv Cummings, Danny Billings. . Sack Baee) —• Mickey tTtzlneer, Danny Griffith, Lee Turnbull, Willie Sloan, Lee IVrnbull. East Moline Race Results FIRST RACE: (5ft Furlongs)— Island Light (J. Caniglia) 14.60 S.60 3.40 Peanut Pie (L. Jensen) 4.00 2.60 Plenty A Loot (G. PodUnski) 3.00 Time; 1:10,0 SECOND RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Town King (T. McNerney) 20.60 6.00 4 00 Forth Bid (C W. Beck) 11.20 6.40 Echo Dream (S. Vail) 3.60 Time: :«.4 Double—7 & 10. Paid $115.80. THIRD RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Bold Lady (J, Caniglia) 11.80 3.20 2.40 Sun Llsbeth (J. Gill) 8.20. 2.20 Kalark (I. Rundall) mj 240 Time: :49.2 FOURTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)Oregon Aggie . (PI Tedrick) 5.40 3.60 2.60 Racing On (J. Gill) 5.20 2.60 AnforTas (S. Vail) ' 2.60 Time: 1:30.3 FIFTH RACE: (5ft Furlongs)— Grey Interval (C. J. Gilbert) 4.80 2.60 3.20 Villantif (G. Podlinski) 3 60 3.20 Hitter Joe (G. Blrzer) 5.40 Time: 1:08.4 Ouinella—1 & 7. Paid 410.60. SIXTH RACE: (6 furlongs)— Easement (T. McNerney) 10.60 3.60 2.60 Randy's Miss <G. Podlinski) 3.00 2 60 Kansas Kic (J. GiU) 2 60 Time: 1:15.2 SEVENTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Robin's Bow (G. Podlinski) « 80 5.00 3 ZO De Kalb Red (J. Schmidt) 15.40 6.00 Claverdon (J. Caniglia) 4-60 • Time: :48.3 Ouinella—1 & 3. Paid $32.20. EIGHTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— Cedar Sample (D. Williams) 7.40 3.60 2.60 Desert Raider (P. Comnton) 2.80 2.40 Coach Blackwell (F. Frey) 2 30 Time: 1:29.0 NINTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— R-nvi is. v='in 380 a.fio 2.<M «>mnle Roll (d. Podlinski) 4.00 2Rn Short Cape (T. McNernev) 2,«n Time: 1:13.3 Quinclla—6 & 5. Paid $11.00. Robbie Derry ed two innings of hitless ball. Derry led the Galesburg American Legion team to the state championship in 1971 and for the last two springs has pitched at SIU. He was the only pitcher to make the Salukis varsity as a freshman. Last summer he pitched for the Pioneers and was used mostly in. relief. At Harrisburg he's being used as both a starter and fireman. ' -J- The third annual Argus Amateur Golf Tournamenti will be held July 29 and Aug. 5 at the Highland Springs Municipal golf course in Rock Island. The tournament consists of two rounds — one each Sunday — with flights drawn after completion of first round play. The entry fee of $12 includes greens fees. The rest goes to the prize fund, along with $150 donated by the sponsor. There will ha trophies awarded to all flight winners with merchandise prizes going to championship and first flight winners. There will be ai senior flight for players 55 or older. Calf or write to Highland Springs for entries. Tee entries will be accepted. -J- Bob Beal, who submitted his resignation as head baseball coach at Galesburg High School over the weekend, made it completely official Monday when he signed a contract to take over a svmi- IJT position <%t Pekin High School. Beal said the baseball program is solid in Pekin with full schedules for both freshman end sophomore teams. Pekin is a 4-year high school. The freshmen and sophomores also play through the summer in a prep league and the juniors and seniors com-* pete in the legion program. Beal recommended assistant coach, Mickey Hickey, as the man to succeed him at Galesburg. "I have confidence in Mick," the former Streak coach said. "He has a great rapport with the kids and is a good baseball man." He said he would like to have Hickey as his assistant at Pekin, but there is no opening at the present time,. While at Galesburg, Beal's teams won 141 games, lost 35 and made two trips to the state tournament. Both times QeaTs entries in the state tourniainent were dominated by teams that went on to win the state. Forry Franckey Legion Hosts Canton For Single Game Forry Franckey has the starting nod as Galesburg American Legion Post 285 hosts Canton for a single game this evening. Game time is 8 o'clock at H. T. Custer Park. The schedule originally had the Legion playing Abingdon tonight, but Canton moved into the playing date when Abingdon cancelled. Sunday's scheduled double-^ header with Pontiac has also been cancelled, but action with Rock Island may be arranged to fill the open date. The Legionnaires have a single game at Kewanee Friday night and a home doubleheader with Geneseo on Saturday. Franckey, whom coach Fred Stevens has starting on the mound for Galesburg, has two wins against two losses for the' season. He will also have the advantage of a workout this week with former major league pitcher Don Secrist. Secrist, a native of Williamsfield, pitched the Legion to a state championship in 1962 and went on to pitch for the Chicago White Sox. He was in Galesburg this week and helped the locals work out in practice. Leading the offensive department will be Jerry Blixt, who boasts a .389 batting average. 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