Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 23, 1973 · Page 19
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 23, 1973
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Galesbura ft«alsw-Mail, Caljsbuffl, III. Monday, July 23,1?73a 19 ~ " ft^c Xe Halfway Mar] ad of Five Strokes Meet; Fox Second By JOE MORMSSEY (Sports Editor) At the hatfway point, Bob Coe Jr. is making a strong bid to win has fourth All-City Golf Championship in five years. The long-ball hitting Coe played steady golf over the weekend, firing a 3 -undi8r -par 69 Saturday at Bunker Links and a 1-over 72 Sunday at the Lake Bracken Country dub. This gave him a bunder-par 141 for the first 36 holes, and a 5-stroke edge over his nearest challenger. Bill Fox was in second place at the midway point with a 146. Young Sam Mangieri and veteran Bob Dredge were tied for third with 36-Me totals of 147. They both shot 75 Saturday and came back with 2-over 73s Sunday at Bracken. Dredge, a runner-up last year, is the only 5-time winner of the tournament. John Boydstun failed to qualify for the first time since the start of the Ail-City in 1958. He was the only player to qualify in all 15 tournaments previous to this year. John had on 8-over par 80 Saturday to miss the cutoff by two strokes. Dredge has qualified every year he has entered but in 1960 he played in the U. S. Amateur and was unable to compete in the Galesburg All-City. Defending champion Jim Wetherbee, who was in a 5-way tie for second at 73 the first day, carded a 75 at Bracken Sunday and was tied with Sam Swanson for fourth place at 148. .Swanson had a 74 both days.. Bob McFarland had the best score Sunday, an even par 71 This came after his 78 in the qualifying round Saturday'' at Bunker and tied him with John Weaver at 149. The 724mle medal play tournament, co-sponsored annually by the Register-Mail and Radio Station WG1L, will go to the Saangetaha Country Club for third round play Saturday, on Sunday the field will return to the city course for the fourth and final round. It was steady, almost methodical, play that had Coe pacing the field by five strokes. "I just didn't; get into much trouble that I couldn't get out of," Coe explained. "On 13 I hit one out of bounds but still managed to get a five (1-over-par)." Coe hit 15 greens in the regulation number of strokes Saturday and had 33 putts. He hit 14 greens Sunday and had 32 putts with one 3-putt hole. "I was playing well Saturday and on the front side, here today," Coe said. "I played well on some holes on the back side but wasn't as consistent." After his 3-under par Saturday at Bunker Links, Coe went four under for the tournament at the turn Sunday, shooting a : under par on the first nine. He went three oyer on the back side to wind up three under for the tournament. One of the tournament's larger fields of 84 golfers teed of ties, 35 golfers remained in for the 30 qualifying positions. The cut-off was 78 and because o fties, 35 golfers remained in the championship field. Playing conditions were not exactly the best Saturday at Bunker Links with the fairways soft from the heavy rains, slow greens and a strong wind out of ttie^east giving the golfers more than the usual amount of trouble:.or League Box Scores San FrucUco •b r.hbi Bonds Fuentes Maddox McC'vey Matthe's Speier King'an Rader Bradley Bryant • Sosa Tho'son McMah'n 0 Total 40,4 6 4 Beckert Monday 6 Wil'atns 6 Hick'an 6 Carde'al 4 Santo 5 Garrett 4 Popo'ch 0 Bojurq'e 1 Rudo'ph 1 Kes'nger 4 Jenkins 4 Hiser 1 Locker 0 Chicago ib«rh 6 0-0 ! Total 48 110 1 Score by innings: San Francisco —000 000 010 000 3—4 Chicago 010 000 000 000 0—1 DP—San Francisco 1, Chicago 1. LOB—San Francisco 4, Chicago 12. 2B—Jenkins. HR—Kingman (11). SB—Bonds,, Kessinger. S—Fuentes, Speier, Kingman. SF—Bonds. 1 B h rerbbio Bradley ... 10% 8 1 1 1 4 Bryant 0 0 0 0 2 0 Soca (W5-2) V/a 0 0 0 0 1 McMahon 1 2 0 0 1 1 Jenkins - 12 4 112 8 Locker (L4-3) .— 1 2 3 3 1 0 Bryant pitched to two batters In 11th. Save—McMahon (3). WP— Bradley. PB—Rader. T—3:03. A—29,278. Lot AfaaiM. _ •b T hbl| Lopes Buckner Mota Brewer Johh Davis Goodson Cra'ford Cey Garvey McMul'n Russell Mes'Vith 2 Paci'rek 0 12 0 1 0 0| 0 1 1 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 1 •0\ 0 1.0] 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 10 10 0 Brock Size'ore McC'ver Folkers Segui Mele'ez Hra'sky Torre Sim'ons Carbo Cruz yson Clevel'd Dwyer Reitz St. LouU ab r lib! 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 "When we have a strong east wind out here it adds at least two strokes to the game," club pro Joe Stolarick explained. At Bracken Sunday, skies were still cloudy and threatening and it sprinkled a few times diring play. However, general conditions were more conducive to better scores. Three of the five players who were tied for second place Saturday with a 1-over par 73 had an 80 or higher Sunday and literally shot themselves out of the title run. Young Doug Aliens worth, 17, couldn't get anything going Sunday and went from a 73 to a 92. Fox stood as the player with the best chance to take a run at front-running Coe with his 2- over par 146 score. However, he 3-time winner could be tough to catch. After winning three years in. row, Coe dropped to sixth place last year to break his string. I just wasn't playing very well last year," the big golfer said without attempting to alibi. But so far he's doing all right this year. Results' Bob Coe 69-72—141 Bill Fox 74-72—146 Sam Mangieri 75-72—147 Bob Dredge 75-72—1*7 Sam Swanson .1 74-74-^148 Jim Wetherbee .....73-75—148 Bob McFarland 78-71—149 John Weaver 75-74—149 Kerry Swanson 77-73—150 Greg Mason 73-78—151 Dick Watson 75-78—153 Bob Weaver 73-80—153 Bob Buncher — 78-76—154 George Rosine 78-76—154 BiU Gould 78-76—154 Joe Rodeffer .-78-^7—155 Lee Bevard ..c— —.78.77—155 Pete Boynton 76-79—155 Bud Hilgenberg .——:~77-79—156 George Burgland . —76-80—156 Bill KirkendaU ....76-80-^156 Harold Cunningham ...... 78-79—157 BiUDredge __—76-81—157 L*if Erickson . __—76-81-rl57 Mike Harshbarger ....78-80—158 Jim Lehman . ..^78-80—15B Jack Grady .—-—.....73-85—158 Bud Miller .... -T7-B4—161 Joe Deets ..—78-84—162 Glen Cree 78-84—182 Jim Dowell , .78-85—163 John; Davis .78-87—165 Bob Cassens .. v .; 75-90—165 Doug Allensworth 1—73-92—155 Glen Thurman 77-90—167 Aivait Tee-Off Bill Kirkendall, left, and Lee Bevard wait to tee off in first round play of the. All-City Golf Tournament Saturday at Bunker Links. Kirkendall and Bevard both qualified in Satur­ day's round. Bob Coe Jr. paced the field with a 3-underrpar 69 the first day and led the field by five strokes at the end of second round play Sunday at Lake Bracken. Steelers Trade for Keating; Total 33 5 9 5 Total 36 4 8 21 Score ,by innings: Los Angeles— ..t— 100 100 020—4 St. Louis -000 Oil 03x—5 E—McCarver, Carbo, Cleveland, Messersmith, Brock, Davis. LOB— Los Angeles 12, St. Louis 3. 2B—McMullen, Cruz, Torre, Carbo. Ip h riibbK Messersmith 7 5 Brewer (L4-3> K 4 John ... Va 0 Cleveland - 6 5 [Folkers - 134 2 Segui (W4-3) .— '/a 1 Hrabosky — 1 0 Save—Hraboeky (1). T—2:29. A—41,879. THAT ELEGANT STRAIGHT-8 ( Built for the perfectionist) Sornberger Is New County Title Holder Ross Sornberger of Galesburg won the Knox County Horseshoe Tournament at the Lincoln Park courts Saturday. After placing third the last two. years, Sornberger finally wen the county title by edging former champion Clint Van Dusen in the final game. The new champ had five wins against no losses. Casey Bettisworth, last year's winner, did not defend his championship. In Class B competition, Jim Beaver of Wataga came out on top with four wins and no defeats. Clasa A Ross Sornberger 5—0 Clint Van Dusen 4—1 Walt Williamson 3—2 H. Anderson " ' D. Comingore . Del Simmons . —... Class B Jim Beaver 4 Gene Conners 3—2 Earl Anderson •_ 3 " Charley Werner 3 Onis Darby .. — 2 L«ster Downard 0- Champion Returns Dave Parker holds large silver loving. cup he received three weeks ago for winning the National Inter-Scholastic Tennis Tournament in Durham, N. C. Parker, who has*6een on the tournament tour, returned home long enough to ffeve three wisdom teeth extracted. He also received a small silypr ball symbolic of winning a national tennis tournament; He was representing Galesburg High School in what amounted to a national high school tennis tournament. Prior to tfiat he had won the IHSA state tennis title. He hopes to jjeturn for the McDonald Open Tennis Tournament Aug. 10-12. s National All-Stars In Chami 1—4 1—4 1—4 1 READ THE WANT ADS! The Car; Auburn's 1935 Supercharged Speedster, Each one carried a dashboard plate certifying a tested speed over 100 mph. The Whiskey: the elegant straight-8 bourbon by Hiram Walker himself. Made for the perfectionist and aged 8 years in the oak. WALKER'S DELUXE That elegant straight-8 STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY • 86 PROOF • HIRAM WALKER & SONS INC. PEORIA. III. GALBBUM LINCOLN-MERCURY • Rtntal Cars Has Mere Kinds of: • Rtntal Flans • Payment Plans For Mora Kindt of People • Com«t • Monttrey • Montego Rent Hourly . , . Daily . . . Weekly . . . Monthly . . . Annually THEY NOW HONOR Tho following Credit Cards NIBS For Your Convenience 120 N, Broad 342*4121 BY JOE CARNICELLI ment last season following their UPI Sports Writer first title in 40 years in the It was one of those tradesNFL, probably will use Keating that gets little publicity in July as a backup to Ernie Holmes at but could mean a lot inright tackle. December. Holmes shared the right The Pittsburgh Steelers Sun-tackle slot with McGee last day announced the acquisition season and the addition of of defensive tackle Tom Keat-Keating to an already awesome ing from the Oakland Raidersfront line that includes Mean for a draft choice. Keating, a 6-Joe Greene, Dwight White and foot-2, 245-pounder from Mich-L.C. Greenwood could be that igan, was the premier tackle extra little ingredient that could in the old American Footballmean another title. League before suffering a In other news around the series of leg injuries. He neverfootball camps, Joe Namath was able to regain his starting checked into the New York status with Oakland and last Jets' camp and will' begin year asked to be traded. working out with club today. The Steelers, who lost vete'r-Namath, who tied for the an Ben McGee through retire-National Football League lead East Moline Race Results Fin ST RACE: (5% Furlongs)— Island Light ' . . (J. Caniglia) 4.60 2.80 2.60, into Willie Kish (G. Podlinski) 7.00 4.60 Seasons Delight (S. Vail) 3.40 Time: 1:10.4 (4 Furlongs)— 7.20 2.80 2.80 Galesburg, Springfield Rained Out Galesburg's twilight double header with Springfield today at Knox College has been called off because of rain. It is the fourth straight rainout for the Pioneers and the fifth day in row without a game. They had a day off last Thursday and have been rained out since The league has an off day Tues day because of the major league all-star game. Isaacson said there would be no way to make up the games with Springfield and since the mdun warrior (D. DeiombaT 340 Caps are leading the CICL with 1 T ' me: ' la 6-3 mark this could hurt any chance Galesburg had for the second half title. The Pioneers are 3-5, two games out of first. Baronchelli Wins PARIS (UPI) - Giovambat- Msta Baronchelli of Italy Sunday won. the 12-stage, 942- mile Tour of the Future amateur bicycle race. Erny Kirdhen, a Luxembourger on the international team, placed first in Sunday's final stage^a 54-mile ride from Versailles. Child actress Shirley Temple ! G iHsnovich SECOND RACE Spandorita (G. Podlinskl) Wyoming Bell (C. J. Gilbert) . 3.20 3.00 Lord Owybee (L. Jensen) 4.20 Daily Double— 2 & 4. Paid $23.20. Time: 49:3 THIRD RACE: (8 Furlongs)— Smart King (L. Jensen) 11.00 8 .40 3.20 Lord Topa* (J. GUI) 7.20 4.60 Miss Mary E. (G. Podlinskl) 3.40 Time: 1:17.4 FOURTH RACE: (5>/ a Furlongs)— Teds Glow (C. J. Gilbert) 7.60 4.20 2.80 Run Denny Run (G. Podlinskl) 8.20 4.00 GENESEO - Using eight base hits, Galesburg's Little League National All-Stars advanced in Sub-District Tournament play here Sunday with a in TD, passes last season and 5-4 victory over the Rock Island was named to the Pro.Bowl, Valley All-Stars arrived at camp late Sunday afternoon following a week of taping television shows and commercials in Hollywood. He was pronounced in excellent condition at a physical with the rest of the club's veterans last week. Namath reports no problems with his arm after working out for three weeks at his boys' camp in Dudley, Mass., and last week in California. O.J. Simpson, the American Conference Player of the Year last season, reported to the Buffalo Bills' camp and immediately was sent to the hospital with a viral infection. Simpson, the league's leading rusher last season, also reported late after television commitments in Hollywood. He is expected to be hospitalized for tests for about two days. Center Bob DeMarco checked the Cleveland Browns' camp Sunday, a week behind the rest of the veterans. DeMarco had not come to camp because of a contract dispute, which was settled during talks with Browns owner Art Modell last week. The St. Louis Cardinals' training camp gets into full swing today when 29 veterans arrive. They'll take physicals and begin practice Tuesday. The win puts the Galesburg teem in the Sub-District; championship game sdieduledofor 7 o'clock tonight. The champion competes in the sectional tournament at Milan, and the, ultimate goal is the Little League World Scries. ,", Tom Glasnovich went two for three and Tom Southwell was two for four in the winning cause. Jeff Galloway alsp hit a home run. Kelvin Taylor threw:.the 5- hilter to get credit for the win. Galesburg ' " "* was earn the youngest person a million dollars. to Sibley Sou th well Turney Gnllowny Nordgren Taylor Holt Shaver Glasnov Mitchell Total ab r 4 0 Rock Island h| lb r h llKnox , .4. 0 t SCompton 4 0 2 1 Strickler \ <-i 1 2 1 Miller 4 0 0 0 Brozovleh '01 0 0 Johnson -3 0 0 0 Lawrence ~"\' 1 0 1 McKnmey" 2' 0 0 2 Romeo ,„ JJ. 1 0 urut IfNfW YOUI «HAVH IHAVIt KPAJi SHtVICE ROSS Shaver * Typewrite Ph. 343-7917 11? i. MAIN ST. (4 Time: Furlongs)— FIFTH RACE Bombcon (G. Podlinskl) 11.00 6.80 4.60 C. My Destiny (L. Jensen) 12.60 8.40 Jet Diggers (C. J. Gilbert) 480 Time: 48:4 Quinella—1 & 7. Paid $31.80. SIXTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Tide Me Over (Mike Graza) 20.20 11.60 5.00 Forth Bidd (G. Podlinskl) 5.40 3.00 Head Admiral (S. yail) 340 Time: 48:2 SEVENTH RACE: (5>4 Furlongs)— Erral Baby (J. Gill) 25.00 7.00 5.20 Bub.v Me (L. Jensen) 3.80 3.00 Classic Doll (S. Vail) 4.40 Time: 1:09.4 Quinella—5 Se 6. Paid $25.80. EIGHTH RACE: (6% Furlongs)— Lucky Strike <S. Vail) 4.40 3.00 2.60 Sweet Chateau (J- Caniglia) 4.80 3.20 Winter Sport (G. Podlinski) 3.00 Time: 1:224 NINTH RACE: 5i„l Furlonas)— Sure Date (S. Vail) 4.20 3.40 2.80 Sas^y Nature <G. Podlinski) 5.80 3'n; Icy Isendu (L. Jensen) 3'mi Time: 1:08.3' TFNTH RACE: (7 Furlongs) — Co"trp'ler i (G. D odlinsWji 5,80 3.20 3 20 Tv-n Robin Hoods I (P. Tedrii-ki 6.00 3.«ni Ain't A Saint (S. Vail) 3 2n| Time: 1:31.3 Quinella—8 & 4. Paid $25.40. j Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. with help fur youi car, home life diid health insurance See me. STAT I FAIM INSURANCE STATE FARM Insurance Companies Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois BUD NELSON COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE CHECK FOR LEAKS Q OQ ADJUST A.C BELT CHECK FREON LEVEL ADD IF NECESSARY PARTS CHECK ALL ELECTRICAL SWITCHES EXTRA SHOCK ABSORBER SPECIAL 8.88 REPLACE SHOCKS •ach LUBRICATION SPECIAL 5 QTS. 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