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GalesburQ Register-Moil, Golesburg, jpjr idav, July ao , i m 19 On the Rebound Net Star Parker Is Recognized By Sports Magazine By JOB Morrlaey Sports Editor fJave Farter, who hM been putting Galesburg on (lie national tennis map, received another tribute when his picture appeared in this week's issue of Sports Illustrated. The Galesburg net star, who just a few weeks ago won the National Interscholastic Tennis Tournament in Durham, N.C., was in the Faces in the Crowd section of the national magazine. This puts Parker, 18, into a very exclusive group and is quite a tribute for a young man who is already known from coast to coast for his tremendous tennis ability. Dave, who spends most of the summer playing in tennis tournaments, is home now having wisdom teeth extracted. He will be back in town to compete in the McDonald' Open tournament at Lake Lawn Aug. 10-12. This past spring Parker capped the season by winning the Illinois High School State Tennis Championship. He not only won the title but virtually devoured his opponents. In the finals of the tournament, he did it so convincingly that many spectators were embarrassed for his opponents. At Durham he represented Galesburg High School in what amounted to a national high school tournament. In this tournament his serves were particularly impressive and amazed some veteran tennis observers. A tournament official called it one of the best serves he's seen. Parker recently worked out with the Davis Cup alternate team, made up of players considered good enough to fill in for the famed Davis Cup performers. He is headed for UCLA this fall on a full tennis scholarship. The Bruins are almost ?«? dominating in tennis as they are in basketball. It's a program that Parker should fit into real well. Aledo has a new football coach this year and if playing background has anything to do with it, he should be a winner. Mike Wood is the new Green Dragon coach. In case the name doesn't ring a bell, he was named the outstanding college athlete of the year in 1968. Wood played tailback for Anderson College and during his collegiate career set nine school records. Included among the school marks were the most points scored in one season, 78; most yards gained in one game, 166; most punt return yardage in a game, 205, and most touchdowns in a game, four. Wood, who prepped at Logansport, Ind., has been in coaching for four years, the last three at Ridge Farm, 111. -j- ; The Galesburg Pioneers were guests of the Chicago Cubs Thursday at the San Diego-Cub game at Wrigley Field. The Pioneer players spent two hours on the field end talked at length with Ernie Banks and Cub players. Dredge Tough In Men's By JOE MORftlSSEY (Sports Editor) Bob Dredge doesn't think he'll bo a big threat in the Galesbuvg All-City Men's Golf Tournament but he'll have a hard time convincing the rest of the field. sition Galesburg American Legion Post 285, which is 23-9 for the season, plays its final home games of the regular season Saturday night. In front row, from left, Bob Berry, Kevin Jackson, Tony Nelson, Louie Vitali, Ken Baker, Mike Yard American Legion Team and Ron Nelson'. Back row: coach Fred Stevens, Dan Jacobs,' Jerry Blixt, Mark Thiel, Forry Franckey, Mike Thompson, Kirk King, Robbie Johnson, Dale McKillip and assistant coach Tom Bowles. Legion To Play Three Major League Box Scores In Dl*go abrhbt Thomas Gnibb Lee Colbei£ Murrell Gaston Roberts R. M'les Corrales Greif Corklm Ross J. M'les Snook Winfield 01 Monday S Beckert 4 Popo'ch 1 WiPams 4 [James • 1 Hlck'an 2 Carde'al 3 Fanzone S Kes'nger 3 Hundley 4 Hoqton 2 IHlser 1 Bonham 2 Chic Kb ilcaaa ihtl Total 34 5 9 41 Total 37121110 San Diego 400 000 010— 5 Chicago 003 025 20x—12 E—Hooton, MurreU, Thomas 2. DP —Chicago 2: LOB—San Diego 6, Chicago 12. 2B—Lee, Monday. Cardenal. SB- Lee. HR—Gaston (8), Cardenal (9). SF—Hundley. Grief . Corkins Ross „ Snook —'Hooton (W 9-8) _ Bonham —— lp h ... 2'/ 3 4 (L3-7) 3V 3 5 >/ 3 2 2 0 5 6 4 3 r n bb to 3 3 3 2 6 2 4 1 10 0 0 2 0 3 1 4 4 2 4 1114 Save—Bonham (5). HBP—by Hooton (Colbert). WP—Corkins. T—2:58. A—15.421. Minnesota ab * hbl Terrell Carew Oliva Darwin Braun Mitt'ald Lis Holt Hisle Decker Harper 4 Aparicio 3 Guer'ro 1 I Smith 4 Yast'ski 2 Cepeda 3 Ken'edy 0 Petro'lll 4 Fisk 4 Miller 4 Griffin 3 Tiant 0 IVeale 0 Boston ab t hbl Total 32 6 7 6| Total 32 2 5 1 Minnesota WO 001 040-6 Boston HO 000 000—2 Ip h r er bb so Decker (W 4-5) .- ",52144 Tiant (L 12-9) —- « Veale . l'/a 0 0 0 0 2 WP—Decker. T—2:27. A^-21,359. Lot Angeles ab r hbl Lopes Buckner Davis Ferg'son Cra'ford Garvey Cey Russell Do'ning Brewer , Total 30 3 Los Angeles 7 3 Brock Size'ore Torre Sim'ons Melen'z Reitz Carbo Tyson Foster Stein Hra'sky McC'ver Segui It. Louis ab r h bl 4 1 10 Total 28 2 3 1 102 000 000—3 St. Louis —.. 100 001 000—2 E—Foster. DP—Los Angeles 2, St. Louis 2. LOB—Los Angeles' 6, St Louis 5. 2B—Downing, Davis, Sizemore. SB —Brock, Lopes. S—Lopes. SF Galesburg American Legion Post 285 is away tonight but w 11 see its last home action of the regular season Saturday night. The Legionnaires boast a 23-9 season record. On Wednesday night they took a 7-1 decision over Canton at H. T. Custer Park. This evening Post 285 is scheduled to play a 7 o'clock game at Kewanee. Danny Jacobs, who has a record of two wins against three defeats, will be starting on the nfound for the Legion. Box Scores For' Church Loop Action On Saturday night the Legion bests a doubleheader with Geneseo. Game time is 6:30 at H. T. Custer. It will be the final home games of the regular season for the locals. The home doubleheader with Pontiac slated for Sunday has been cancelled, and the Legion is not scheduled to play at home again until they host the Division Tournament Aug. 2-5. Coach Fred Stevens will use the home date to help prepare for division action. Since the Galesburg team hosts division play, the Legion bypasses Dis trict Tournament play at Galva next weekend. "We'll just be trying to put it together for the division," reports Stevens. "We'll try to make as few mistakes as possible." The team returned to full strength Wednesday night with R;ck Wilder back in the lineup. Wilder missed a week's action after being hit on the arm by a wild pitch. In Saturday's opening game, Kirk King, 3-2, has pitching 1st Presbyterian ab r Tolley Wilson Swanson Peck Wood Guenther Callahan Liesman Wagher Steck Open Bible ab t h Brackett 3 0 1 W. Mathe's 3 Terpening 2 Daut 3 R. Mathe's 3 List Box Scores, Standings For Class B Softball Play Shearer Hillier Henry Shaw Snedden Total Total 35 11141 1st Presbyterian - 410 Open Bible .....010 25 1 312—11 000— 1 Open Bible Davis. Downing (W8-4) Brewer - ~Foster (L6-8) _•„. Hrabosky ... Segui Sav IP h 8% 3 r erbbso 2 2 5 4 Va 0 0 0 1 0 6 7 3 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 Brewer (11). WP—Downing, Montreal Woods Cox Hunt Lintz Bailey Breeden Slng'ton Mashore Stinson Frias Stone'an Caskey Fairly Jarvis 1 ab v hbl! Rose Morgan Dries'n Bench IWng ike Cincinnati ab r hbl Men Tolan Conc'p'n 4 Geron'o 2 Gri'sley 2 Borbon 0 Total 30 2 6 2f Total 29 3 6 3 Montreal ... 000 110 000—2 Cincinnati 021 000 OOx—3 „. „ „ Ip h r er bb so Stoneman (L4-6) S\h 4 3 3 1 0 Caskey 4% l o 0 1 1 Jarvis ... . . i l o 0 1 0 Grimsley (W10-5) 8 6 2 2 1 3 Borbon ... l 00001 Grimsley pitched to one batter in ninth. Save—Borbon (8). HBP—By Stoneman (Geronimo). SUMMER SPECIAL Special Includes—. ONLY • NEW PLUGS (AC or Champion) • POINTS Includes labor Plus Sales Tax • CONPiNSI* Eight cylinder Car Six Cylinder Cars Deduct $3.00 22" See Our Complete lino of NEW CONOCO BATTERIES RAY ROSE'S CONOCO SERVICE Prairie ot Woter Phone 342-3310 Ride The Hot One . . . CONOCOI Hottest Brand Going Brackett W. Mathe's 4 Terpening 4 Daut 4 R. Mathe's 3 ab r 4 1 1st Church ol God HilUer Simmons Henry Shaw Sneddon Stinson Shragal 4 L. Mathe's 4 Barclay 4 Rodenh'er 3 D. Che'ton 4 Rouland 4 Deppe 4 D. Hillery 4 H. HiUery 4 T. Cher'n 1 ab * 4 1 Total 38 9151 Total Open Bible .... --.-—420 1st Church of God —000 40 7 20 Ml 2—9 502 0—7 Sturgeon D. Saul Trinity ab r 4 3 4 Hendricks 4 Chase 4 Hallam 4 G. Burgl'nd 3 Hutson 3 Adcock 3 Renfoe 3 J. Burgl'nd 3 35 810| 1st Methodist abr h C. Hun'f d 4 1 Mooney 4 M. Hun'f d 4 IFltch 4 Sutor 3 Davis 3 Carley 3 Nelson 3 White 2 M. Mooney 2 Browning 1 Total Trinity 1st Methodist -221 Total .104 33 914 001 2—8 031 0—9 Cent. Cons Ja. Sutor Je. Sutor Blomquist Dusek Gianos Fritz Goad Friestad D. Sutor McCune Griffith ab r 4 0 Bethel. Baptist ab i h 0! Hoffman URodeffer llSchultz OlHorn 2IKumley HReagor 2!Klavohn HSpong 3 0 OlSnyder 2 0 1'Fields 1 1 1IG. Hoffn STANDING! American Division W American Business Clubs 6 Eagle Food Center 6 Gates Mlsflta — 5 Rod's East End Tap 5 Gates Giant* — 2 National Division w Admiral — « Goodyear 3 Grady's 2100 Club 3 Road Knights - — 3 Gates Finishers 2 L 1 2 3 4 6 L 2 5 5 5 6 Road Xnlghis ab r Sturgeon England Kistler Stewart Grawley Probst Cook Mason Timmona Hallan Schisler Clay Wolfer Horn Total Miller Kneebone Broadfield Vlox Beaulieu Rose Myers Roitburd Haefllnger Engle Anders Admiral ab t h 1 Galea Giants ab v Watson T. -Nocella D. Main M. Nocella Walker Sem ancle Keneippe Carlson Roberts Hobbs hi 2 2| Total Parrish Hebard Woerly Boyer Merriman Dugan 24 6 9| Score by innings: Gates Giants 204 Rod's 701 Total 22 7 9 3117 18| Score by innings. Road Knights —- 134 Admiral ,—.302 09—17 02— 7 Eagles F. Cisco Tolle German Sprague Brunkow Murfin John Smith Monica! G. Cisco Blomquist Thor Total Score by innings: Eagles .... - «™» Misfits .. -. - 030 ab t h 4 0 1 Nlcalsa 3 0 0 Mosier 4 1 1 Patterson 4 2 2 Martinez 4 1 2 L. Walter 4 1 2 T. Walter 2 0 0 Owens 3 1 2 Ray 2 2 1 Carr 3 0 1 Cauthon 2 0 1 1 1 1 36 1 )14 Total Mlallli ab r 3 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 3 3 2 3 3 2 3 3 28 5 8 031 010 5—9 1—5 Finishers ab r Hanneghan 3 0 Shragal 3 S. Henry 4 C. Wethe'w 4 Coombs 3 Richardson 3 Ennis 3 Luna 3 F. Wethe'w o Bergman 3 B. Wright 2 G. Moore 1 Price [Cobby McNeil D. Balr Vericella Hick Smith M. Balr Boyd Stranger Total 32 810| Score by Innings: Finishers 010 Park Dept «20 Ambucs duties for the Legion. Bob Ber ry, who has seven wins and no losses so far this season, will face Geneseo in the nightcap. Following t h e weekend's games, the Legionnaires play a single game at Abingdon Thursday night. East Moli tie Race Results FIRST RACE: (Stt Furlongsl— Crackling (J. Canlglin) 4.40 2.40 2.40 Big Time Red (L. Jensen) 2.80 2.60 Ringos Toy (J. Schmidt) 3.00 Time: 1:08.2 SECOND RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Cold Bea (J. Caniglia) 13.20 4.20 3.40 Bonnerdale King <R. Marina) 4.40 3.20 Frosty Mist (D. Williams) 3.60 Time: 48:4 Daily Double—7 & 2. Paid $33.60. THIRD RACE: (9Vi Furlongs)— Fleet Joy (S. Vail) 5,60 2.40 2.40 Sir Donovan (L. Jensen) 3.60 2.40 Domination's Best (R. Lawson) 2.80 Time: 1:08,2 FOURTH RACE: (1 1/18 mile)— Watchful Gale (J. GUI) 7.00 3.60 3.40 2 Torrid Ted (L. Jensen) 5.40 5.00 3 Miami Russ (J. Caniglia) 4. no 2 Time: 1:50.4 2 FIFTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Loveable Jeannie (C. Howard) 4.00 2.80 2.60 It's Necessary (G. Podllnskl) 3.40 3.40 First Love (P. Tedrick) 3.80 Time: 1:14.1 Qulnella—1 & 5. Paid $10.40. SIXTH RACE: (6»4 Furlongs) SU'A Socks (P. Compton)' 6,60 3.60 2.60 Fair 'N Fancy (G. Birzer) 7.20 3.60 Crow Rhythm (L. Jensen) 3.00 Time: 1:22.0 SEVENTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— « « . iTopsy Belle (J. Gill) 4.80 3.00 3.801 Partt.Dept .] Hi f) bar (s.vail) 5.20 4.60 Fay's Grandson (D. Williams) 5.20 Time: 1:30.4 Qulnella—7 & 9. Paid $55.80. EIGHTH RACE: (6 FurlOngs)— House Speaker (L. Jensen) 6.60 4,20 3.60 Slips Fancy (G. Birzer) 14.20 4.30 SUly Robus (P. Compton) 4.80 Time: 1:14,0 NINTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— Abigua (G. Birzer) 8.60 4.40 3.40 Shadow O Lark (P. Compton) 5.80 3.20 Miss LitUe River (L, Jensen) 2.90 Time: 1:29.2 Qulnella—1 & 2. Paid $22.00 Jefferson Stevens 4 Way 3 Farquer 4 R. Shep'rd 4 DeCamp 3 A. Shep'rd 4 Hod's ab t h 3 2 O 0 0 0 Total 34 17 19 00— 6 36—17 ab r 3 2 Total 33 10 12 030 101 4— 8 0—10 Wolf Smiley Stear Robinson T. Darrah Wittle Peake Green Yulga Sage ab r h 6 3 4 2 3 3 3 4 4 , 3 3 O' 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 21 5 5 4 5 4 4 5 4 5 Gomez Fritz Ham'sch't Sekeraa Zarn Wilson Gianos Smith Kirmar Olson Goodyear ab r h S 0 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 Bob Dredge "I'm really not playing very well." the 5-titne winner of the tournament insisted. "Just can'i seem to get things in place." He will tee off with a field of 85 Saturday morning in the first round of the tournament at Bunker Links. The low 30 and ties will go to Lake Bracken Sunday for second round play. The 36-hole tournament windup will be held the following weekend. The former state amateur champion hasn't won the city championship' since 1963, when he won his fifth championship in Galesburg, Caps Slated For Tonight Galesburg is scheduled to meet the Springfield Caps in a CICL game tonight at H. T. Cus ter Park with Bob Walker scheduled to go to the mound for the Pioneers. The Pioneers will go to Mattoon Saturday afternoon for a game with Charleston-Mattoon starling at 12 noon. On Sunday the Pioneers are scheduled to play the" Blobnv ington Bobcats at 7:30 on the H. T. Custer Park diamond. Sunday it will be Galesburg Malleable Night at H. T. Custer with free prizes given away. READ THE WANT ADS! the first seven years df thfrAii* City. • Howevef, last year the,Veteran tdurnamefit performer.pfpv- ed he was still a serious threat when he finished seconds to young Jirri Wetherbee. Dredge also teamed with brother Bill to win the All -City Best Ball Tournament last fall He predicts that it wilf be a wide ooen battle for the\title this year with the field one of the biggest in the 15-year history of the tournament. f] "I think we've got an awful strong field, one of the strongest in a long time/' Dredge'Said. "All the young players are tough and Coe (Bob Jr.) is playing real well." Dredge also says that there could be some good scores; considering the strength of the field and the condition of the courses. "The courses should be, in pretty good shape. Most of Ujem have got grass on them and are not burned out." ! Dredge, whose home course is Soangetaha, played at Bunker Links last week and shot a 1- findcr 71. He planned to get'at least one round in at Bracken before the tournament. He said that his iron play was pretty good and his putting wasn't bad but he was having trouble off the tee.. Earlier in the All-City years, Dredge completely dominated. Before that he won numerous titles when the city championship was decided by a match- olay tournament at Bunker Links. "I don't consider myself a strong contender but then you never know what will happen," he pointed out. "Things may fall in place yet." -<"•'• If you're laying odds .don't count him out. His opponents haven't. Fallings „10:00 — J. Dcete. Dick Watson. Gene Calhoun. ..MM 10:07 — S. Manglerl, D. Woodward, D. Stoerzbaeh. >"'' • 10:15—G. Harvey, D, Allensworui, Llnmnn. ' 10:22 — M. Harshbnrejer, J.,Stansbury, E. Hughes, G. Mason. , , 10:30 — B. Sutherland. T. O'Connor, M. Davison. K. Swanson; < I 10:37 — T. Mend, D. White. R. Menclrek, D. Williams. >"" 10:45 — G. Cree, P. Blake, P. Her- rln. G. Woodward. J ?. ,« 11:00 — S. Anderson, J. HUJ;:D. Sopor, B. Buncher. , . . 11:07 — C Schncht, H. Cunningham, J. Rodeffer, L. Erickson, 11:15 — B. Klnpp. D. Wcidenham- . J. Drcdpc. B. Johnston. 11:22 — B. Hilifenberg, S. Erickson. P. Boynlon. M. Lawrencer It :.TO — R. Cnssens, Jim Swanson, B. Klrkondnll. L. Bevard. 11:37 — J. Grady. T. Horaney. J. VVnvpr, R CunnlnRham, 11:45 — L. Shearer, C. Glbbs Sr., J. Powell, C Thurmnn. 12:00 — J. Lehman. J. Boydstun, E. Roslne, Jerry Swanson. 12:07 — B. Miller. C Glbbs Jr., G. ""lSIS. - 3. Bivens, D. Eubanks, B. W ?2:22 r —*B. McFarland, Bill Dredge, T. Reuter, B, Fox. _, „ 12-30 — C Brown. S. Swanson. R. J. Coe. H. Shipman. ul 12:37 — L. Johnson, S. Carr, L. Hendricks, P. Blixt. -,'.„<••,. 12:45 — B. Cox, J. Chiveu, f J.- N 'l X :00 n '-G.^urgland, Bob Dwdie. Total 47 22 2sl Total Score by innings: 44 18 24 2—22 1—18 0 0 0 1 Total 36 510| Total 36 6 14 Central Cong. 010 100 3—5 Bethel Baptist Oil 004 x—6 Two(Continued from page 18) greens, finished with five birdies and no bogeys. "This is the steadiest round of golf I've ever played," he said, "I don't play too many rounds without a bogey." One stroke behind the leaders at 66 were Gene Littler, Chuck Courtney and John Schroeder. Littler, who missed a chance for the lead when a 15-foot putt pulled up short on the 17th hole, complained of stomach pains and went to a doctor immediately after leaving the 18th green. 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