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GALESBURG ALL CITY UDIIS GOLF TOURNAMENT TOURNAMENT DATES: AUG. 14,16,17 Nam* AMrtti Horn* Court* ' Handicap No Entry Fee Returned — No Substitution of Entries ENTRY FEE $6 (Application and entry loo art requested to bo turnod in at ono of tho three local courios by Aug. 7.) Tournament committoo reserve* tho right to reject entries. Galesburg All-City Ladies Tournament Opens Aug. 14 Vemie Mendrek will defend her All-City Women's golf championship when the tournament opens play Aug. 14 at the Lake Bracken Country Club. After the qualifying round the field will be flighted with all those entered in the tournament playing 54 holes of golf. The second round will be played at Soangetaha Country Club Aug. 16 and the wimdup is scheduled for Aug. 17 at the Bunker Links course. . I Last year in the first annual All-City Women's meet there were six flights, including the championship flight. ° Tournament committee requests all entries to be turned in by Aug. 7 to one of the three local golf courses. The applications are to be accompanied by the $6 entry fee. Last year 49 women entered the tournament with nine winding up in the championship flight and eight each in the five other flights. Runner-up to Vernie in last year's championship flight was Tede Verner. There will be first and second place prizes in each flight and a large traveling trophy for the over-all winner. All those entering the tournament and finishing will get a sterling silver charm. Last summer several merchandise awards were donated for the tournament and the committee expects the same thing this year. • Old-Timer Game Is Slated Old-time baseball players of Galesburg will be out to prove themselves again when they play managers and directors of Galesburg Junior Hardball League Wednesday night at II. T. Custer Park. Tomorrow night's contest will actually be a rubber game. The Old-timers took the measure of junior league officials in an 11-1 game two years ago but last summer the directors won in a tight ball game. All proceeds taken in at Wednesday's contest will go to the Galesburg Junior Hardball league which provides programs for Connie Mack (16-18) and Babe Ruth (13-15) programs for a total of nearly 300 boys. There was a question concerning me umpiring, most of it revolving around Joe Morrissey, Register-Mail sports editor, who reportedly again will be calling them behind the plate. Old-timers claim that a bad call by Morrissey on a foul ball beat them last year and are threatening to play the game under protest "If that blind so- and-so is out there again." "I've worked behind the plate for two years and I'll stand on my record," Morrissey claimed. "I just call 'em the way I see 'em." One of the Old-timers pointed out that this would be fine if Wants To Play NEW YORK (UPI) - Althea Gibson, winner of both the United States Amateur and Wimbledon championships in 1957 and 1958, said she would like.. to play in the mixed doubles of this year's U.S. Open at Forest Hills in partnership with Arthur Ashe. Pioneers Slated to Play Game After Long 'Layoff Hoping to play their first game in, a week, Galesburg's Pioneers will be at Macomb Wednesday for a twilight contest with the Macs in CICL play. In their last game the Pioneers lost to Peoria 11-2 last Wednesday to put their second half league record at 3-5. Coach Jim Isaacson's charges had an off day last Thursday ard have been rained out ever since. Last night's twin bill with Springfield was called off and will not be able to be made up. Isaacson said he would send Bob Walker, North Central College, to the hill against the Macs tomorrow. Springfield and Charleston- Mattoon are leading the CICL with identical records of 6-3. Bloomington is in second place with a 6-4 mark and Galesburg is in fourth, 2Vi games out of first. Following the road game at Macomb Wednesday, the Pioneers will host the Macs Thursday night at H. T. Custer Park. All the teams in the CICL have a day off today to enable them to watch the Major league All-star game. CICL Standings Sacond Half W L Pci.GB Springfield (13-20) 6 3 .667 ,— x-Charl'on-Mattoon 6 3 .667 -r Bloomington (12-21) 6 4 .600 Ya Galesburg (15-17) 3 5 .375 2'/ z Peoria (18-15) 3 6 .333 3 Macomb (15-21) 3 8 , .273 4 x-Denotes first-half winner; overall 6eason records in parentheses. Monday'* Reiulit Springfield at Galesburg, ppd., rain. Charleston-Mattoon 10, Peoria 3 Bloomington 7, Macomb 1 Today*! Gamei No games scheduled. WadnMday'a Gamei Peoria at Springfield (Lanphier Park), 2, 6 p.m. Galesburg at Macomb (Vince Grady Field), 5:30 p.m. .Bloomington at Charleston-Mattoon (Grimes Field), 7:30 p.m. "He could just see." "" The Junior League managers and directors were upset with the calls of Morrissey two years age when they lost. They seemed to be happy with the way he worked last summer. "Let's just say he has.learned tho error of his ways," one junior league official said. Base umpires for the game will likely be Roger Dean, WAIK, and Flo Johnson. There was reported concern about Flo working on the bases since her husband, Luke Johnson, was a probable starting p.'tcher for the Old-timers. The Old-timers will be made up of players from the. old Knox County Hardball League as well as those who played on other independent teams in Galesburg and. the area. Old-timers wishing to take part need only to show up be fore the 7:30 starting time. Lewis, Finley Win Medals For Jaycees MOLINE — Rachel Lewis and Carl Finley, representing the Galesburg Jaycee Jets Track Club, brought home four medals in the Region 6 Junior Olympics held at Browning Field here Sunday. Lewis and Finley both com peted and placed in two events Leslie Morrison, who had also qualified for two events, did not compete in the Olympics. A gold medal was won by Finley in the long jump. The trackster leaped 19 feet, 5 inches for first place. Earlier in the day he earned a third- place bronze medal in the 100- yard dash. Lewis got a silver medal in the 12-13 age group 100-yard dash as she finished, second to national champ Laurie Blanchard of the West Suburban Track Club. Rachel also captured fourth place honors in the 220-yard dash. Lakelawn Is Defeated By Monmouth Y MONMOUTH - Lakela#n Swim Club suffered its first less of the Season here Saturday as the Warren County VMCA edged the local tankers 198-19,1 Lakelawn had a string of 1htee victories before losing Saturday and is now 3-1 for the season. Individual results and times were as follows: 13-over 200 Free—Ross (M), 3:10.4. 8-under 25 Free — Sells (M), Shel ton (M), :22.6. 9-10.50 Free — Hardin (M), Ro- slne (L), Frey (M). :40.5. 11-12 50 Free—Gillam ,(M). Hollmann (L), Ballard (M), Gant (L) :34.1. 13-over 50 Free — Ross (M), Fla herty (L), :34.3. 9-10 10O I.M. — Meshke (M), Mld- dailgh (L), 1:45.9. 11-12 10O I.M.-Lehman (L), Hardin (M). 1:30.5. 13-over 200 I.M. — Albaquer (M), 4:01.1. 9-10 50 Fly — Roslne (L), Meschke (M), :54.0. 11-12 50 Fly — Hendricks (L), Hollmann (L), :40.6. 13-over 100 Fly — Almaquer. (M), 2:14.9. 8-under 50 Free — Sells (M), Hart (M), :55.0. 9-10 100 Free — Hardin (M), Mld- daugh (L). 1:13.5. 11-12 100 Free — Hendricks (L) Hardin (M), Meschke (M). 1:25.2. 13-over 100 Free — Ross (M) 1:24.7. 8-under 25 Back — Sells (M), Shelton (M), :24.0. 9-10 50 Back — Frey (M), Rosine (L), Gant (L), :54.7. 11-12 SO Back — Gilliam (M), Hendricks (L). Hollmann (L), :40.4. 13-over 100 Back — Almaquer (M), Flaherty (L), 1:48.6. 8-under 25 Breast — Hart (M), '31 2 ' 9-10 50 Breast — Meschke (M), Middaugh (L), ;52.1. 11-12 50 Breast — Lehman (L), Meschke (M), Gant (L), :44.8. 13-over 100 Breast — Flaherty (L). 2:01.0. 11-12 200 Free Relay — Monmouth, 2:45.0. Boys 8-under 100 Med, Relay—Swanson, Blumenshine, Lehman, Hollmann (L), 2:01.3. 13-over 200 Free — Hollmann (L), Clark (M), 2:42.4. 8-under 25 Free — Vaughn (M), Frey (M), Lehman (L), Keser (L), 25 3 9-10 50 Free — Leary (M), Blu menshine (L), Swanson (L), Harris (M), :44.2. 11-12 50 Free — Meschke (M), Morgan (L), MuUin (L), Frey (M), 35.1. 13-6ver 50 Free — Clark (M), Holl mann (L), Pope (M), :30.0. 9-10 100 I.M. — Flaherty (L), Pope (M), 1:43.5. 11-12 100 I.M. — Miller (L), Henry (M), 1:34.6. 13-over 200 I.M. — Hollmann (L), 3:07.7. 8-under 25 Fly — Hollmann (L), 34.7. 9-10 50 Fly — Flaherty (L), Hend ricks (L), :51.3. 11-12 50 Fly — Miller (L), Frey (M), :50.1. 8-under 50 Free — Blumenshine (L), Vaughn (M), Frey (M), :51.4. 9-10 100 Free — Leary (M), Swan son (L), 1:49.2. 11-12 100 Free — Meschke (M), Morgan (L), Stansill (M), 1:26.1. 13-over 100 Free — Pone (M) Hollmann (L). Clark (M). 1:10.2. 8-under 25 Back — Vaughn (M), Frey (M), Keser (L). :28.0. 9-10 50 Back — Blumenshine (L), Saee (M), 1:03.3. .' < 11-12 50 Back — Hen'ry (M), Blu menshine (L). :45.0. 13-over 100 Back — Hollmann (L), 1:24.4. 8-under 25 Breast — Hollmann (L>, Lehman (L), :26.4. 9-10 5n Breast — Hendricks (L) Pope (M), :53.3. 11-12 50 Breast — Blumenshine (L) Stansill (M), :47.1. 13-over 100 Breast — Hollmann (L), Pope (M), 1:25.0. 8-under 100 Free Relay — Keser, Lehman, Blumenshine, Swanson (L), 2:13.8. 9-10 200 Free Relay — Blumenshine. Flaherty, Hendricks, Swanson (L), 3:17.0. 11-12 200 Free Relay — Mullln, Miller, Morgan, Blumenshine (L), 2:43.0. Father-Son Tennis Meet In Semifinals LAKE BLUFF, 111. (UPI)Allan and 1 Cale Carvell, the dork horse father and son duo who ousted the third, and fourth seeded teams, take on top- seeded Fred and John McNair today in the semifinals'for the USLTA senior clay court father and son championship. The Carvells downed third seeded George and John Lowman 4-6, 6-3, 6-0 Monday, and fourth seeded Harry and Hari Burma 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 Sunday. McNair father and son triumphed over Tom Raleigh and Tom III 6-3, 6-3, in quarterfinal play. Tw§ former Davis Cup winners and their sons clashed in a close game with the second match, a tie - breaker. Oaleibufg ReQistgf-Mdil.i^lesbufa, III.,„,. Tuesday,July, 24, 1973 tS Legion Beats Kewanee 7-3 KEWANEE - It toflk three pitchers and four runs in the ninth inning to give Galesburg American Legion a 14 victory over the Kewanee Legion here Monday night. The win in the game, which was rescheduled from Friday night, upped Legion Post 285's season record to 2M. Th« Legionnaires' last game of the regular season will be Thursday night at Abingdon. Po&t 285 then hosts the Division Tburna? ment Aug. 2-5. Dan Jacobs started on the mound for Galesburg and threw four innings of perfect ball. Jacobs allowed no hits and walked none while striking out six of the 12 batters he faced. Jacobs' teammates spotted him a 3-0 lead in the top of the second frame. He protected that margin until he was relieved in the fifth. However* Forty Franckey, who replaced Jacobs, ran into some trouble. Two bases on balls, aft error and a wild pitch let Kewanee bring in a single run. In the seventh inning Franckey had control problems and loaded the bases on three walks. At this point Legion coach Fred Stevens called on top huri- er Bob Berry. 7-0, Berry, who got his eighth win struck out the first man he faced but then a base hit to right field allowed two runs to come in and the game was tied up. The pair of scores in the final inning of regulation play put the game into extra innings, and it was not until the ninth that Galesburg was able to score. Aided by a couple of walks 'and an error, Galesburg Qame up with two base hits anrf brought four runs across the f>i«te. • As a team the Legion pounded , out eight bene, nits in 39 trips.,, to the plate. Mike Thompson, and Tony Nelson both went two for two, while Ron Nelson got two hits in five at bats. Jackson R. Nelson Wilder Yarde Blixt Vital) Thompson Baker T. Nelson McKillip R. Johnson 4 1 Jacobs 2 0 Franckey 1 0 Berry 1 1 *b t 4 0 5 1 2 0 1 1 5 1 4 0 2 1 3 0 2 1 3 0 Tanzilto Jacobson Cernovlch Beuster Harvey Ensley Xewiitea ab t H' 2 IDziengel Young MaUery Total 4 0 3 0 4 0 2 2 4 0 3 1 2 0 4 0 3 0 29 3 1 Total 39 7 8| Score by innings: » Galesburg, 030 000 004—7 Kewanee 000 010 200—3 Ip h MI bb to Jacobs : 4 0 0 0 0 6 Franckey . .'. 2*& 0 3 3 5 5 Berry (W 8-0) 2</ 3 1 0 0 1 6 Mallery (L) 9 8 7 5 4 $ HPW, Hi-Lo Are Winners In League Two games were played in Junior Hardball League with Hinchliff-Pearson-West defeating Gale Ward 9-5 in Babe Ruth action and Hi-Lo rolling to an 11-1 win over Grand Rotfer Rink in Connie Mack play. After Gale Ward had taken a 2-0 lead in the first inning, Hinchliff scored three runs in each of the last three innings for the victory. Mark Hannam was the winning pitcher as Jim Smith recorded a save, and , Eric .Doss picked up the loss. Jeff Libby went two for three at theplate to lead the winners. In the Connie Mack game, Grand Roller's only score came in the first inning, and Hi-Lo came on strong with big second and third innings to win going away. Johann knocked out two base hits in as many trips to the p^ate for Hi-Lo, while losing hurler Chuck Sundberg was two for three for Grand Roller. Dale Hopping was credited with the win. Tonight Dom's and Coke are scheduled to play a Babe Ruth game in the opener at H. T Custer Park, while two Connie Mack teams, Moose and Olde Music, square off in the nightcap. Club 19 and Eagles play a "B" game at the Galesburg High School diamond. National All-Stars Win Sub-District GENESEO — Remaining undefeated in tournament play, Galesburg's little League National All-Stars won the Sub- District Tournament here Monday night. v Galesburg notched a 10-2 win over the East Moline National All-Stars in the final Sub-District game. As Sub-District winners the local team earned the right to play for the District championship scheduled for 7 o'clock this evening. Galesburg plays the Sub-District champion from La- Sal le-Peru. The. district winner advances to the sectional tournament in Milan. The ultimate goal is the Little League World Series. The Nationals got their 10 runs off 10 base hits in 29 times at bat. Scott Shaver led the offense with three hits in as many trips to the plate, and Jeff Galloway was two for four. Tracey Sibley smashed a home run. Tom Southwell was the winning pitcher as he held East Moline to two hits in 22 at bats. Southwell struck out only two batters. Van Tughem got both hits for the losers. Galnburg ab r h 3 1 1 1 Sibley 3 Southwell 3 Turney 2 Galloway 4 NordRren 2 Taylor 3 Holt 2 Shnvcr 3 Glnsnovich 3 Mitchell 2 S. Barstow 1 R. Barstow 1 t) 0 Felz 0 0 0 Eait Molina ab r h Gannon 2 0 o Melllnger 3 o o 1 llBoldt 3 0 0 t 2 Mosely 3 0 0 0 0 Van T'hem 3 1 2 2 0 Cormlchall 2 0 0 1 llVesKoot 3 1 0 1 3|Hobbs 2 0 0 0 OIReuthcr 1 0 o 1 II 0 0 Total 20 10 10| Total 22 2 2 U.S. Sprinter Beats Russian In Relay Race Grand Hollar. Rink ab r hi HI-Lo ab r h 3 2 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 3 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 3 '2 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 22 11 8 Score by innings: Grand Roller Rink 100 00— 1 Hi-Lo 045 02—11 Rozynek 3 0 0 Cooley Goff 3 0 1 Rescinito Sundberg 3 1 2 Bullock Van Fleet 2 0 1 Scott Dickson 2 0 0 Johann Reiber 2 0 1 Vallero Plllsbury 1 O 0 Foster Holcomb 2 0 0 Humes Prina 2 0 1 Hopping Mims Total 20 1 6 Total H-P-W S. Nemeth Young Smith Libby Hannam DeJaynes B. Nemeth Joyner Cisco Reed Total Score by innings H-P-W Gale Ward Gala Ward ab r h ab r h 4 0 0 Ru. Riley 3 1 1 2 3 1 Ra. Riley 2 1 1 1 2 0 Doss 3 0 0 3 3 2 Diehl 2 0 l 4 1 1 McKillip 3 0 0 3 0 0 Hagge 2 1 1 3 0 1 Downard 3 1 1 0 0 0 Ariz 2 0 0 2 0 OlMcBee 2 1 0 2 0 OlCollins —1 0 0 0 24 0 5l Total 22 5 5 000 333—0 200 012—5 Surgery Successful BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (UPI) — Harmon Killebrew, who ranks fourth on the all- time career home run list behind Bat>e Ruth, Hank Aaron and Willie Mays, underwent "very successful" surgery Mon day to repair a torn medial cartilage in his knee. Killebrew, in the midst of a disappointing season with the Minnesota Twins, may be back in action within six weeks. Concepcion To Miss All-Star Tilt By RICK VAN SANT CINCINNATI (UPI) - Cincinnati Reds Shortstop Dave Concepcion will miss his dream of playing in tonight's All-Star baseball game. But he's already working toward another goal—playing on a World Series winner this fall. Although selected for the National League Ail-Star squad, Concepcion will miss the game while a broken ankle bone begins to heal in Christ Hospital here. But the slick-fielding Venezuelan is confident that both he and the Reds will be in the National League playoffs and World Series later this year. "I'm sure we will make the playoffs and I think I can be ready to play," Concepcion said Monday in a bedside interview. To make the playoffs, the Reds need to catch the National League West leaders, the 'Los Angeles Dodgers. At the All- Star break, Cincinnati trails the Dodgers by five and a half games. The playoffs begin in October and Concepcion is confidently charting his recuperation timetable based on the Reds winning the western division. "I'll be in this cast for three weeks and then in another cast that I can start walking on for three more weeks," he said. "Then the doctors said it should take about a month more,.so I think I can be ready to play at the end of September." Concepcion broke his ankle sliding into third base Sunday in a game against the Montreal Expos here. The inury came as Concepcion darted from first to third on an infield out. At the time the Reds were leading, 60, which turned out to be the final score. Although other Reds players said they wouldn't have tried to go from first to third with that "I wanted to get in position to score another run. Six runs is not enough. They (the Expos) could still, come back and maybe that seventh run would win the game." The fractured fibula bone and accompanying dislocation gave Concepcion much pain Monday. "I got shots and sleeping pills, but I still got only about "The spikes on my new shoes were longer than on my old pair," he said. "I caught a spike on my left shoe in the dirt and that did it." The injury came as Concepcion was enjoying the best By GORDON F. JOSELOFF MINSK, USSR (UPI) - Steve Williams could not believe what was happening. There he was, anchorman in the 400-meter relay and running j against Valery Borzov, a double gold medal winner in last year's Olympics and the man the Russians call the world's fastest. Then, with virtually no effort, the 19-year-old San Diego student blazed past the Russian to gain an American victory which highlighted Monday's opening day events in the 11th annual track and field meet against the Soviet Union. It was a rare bright spot for the American squad, riddled by absences and injuries. The Soviets won 13 of the 18 events and rolled to a quick 118-71 lead on what, according to Jim Bush, the head U.S. coach, was supposed to have been the Americans' "stronger day." The Soviet women completely dominated their American counterparts. They took first and second in each of the seven first-day events for a 53-20 margin. The Soviet men led, 6551. For the U.S. squad, Williams provided almost the only sunshine on an overcast day in the 40,000-seat Central Republic Stadium in the Byelorussian capital. The muscular 6-foot, 3-inch sprinter said he'd been saving all his energy for Borzov, winner of both the 100- and 200- meter sprints in the Munich Olympics, since the squad's European tour began. "I only ran one event in Italy and Germany because of him," Williams said. "I was expecting serious business but it was alii so ridiculously easy." So easy that American track sources quoted Soviet Coach Igor Ter-Ovanesyan as saying hurdles in 13.5 on a track slowed by several days of rain But Evgeni Arzhanov upset Rick Wohlhuter of Chicago, the world record holder at 880 yards, in the 800 meters with a time of 1:49.2. Wohlhuter clocked 1:49.4 James Redd of San Diego, Calif., took the 400 meters in 46.7 and reliable Al Feuerbach of San Jose,* Calif., his shoulder-length hair held in place with a headband, won the shot with a toss of 67-10. The U.S. suffered a disappointment in the pole vault when Mike Cotton of Ocala, Fla., aggravated a torn hamstring muscle and failed to jump. Dosher Tops IMCA FieM At Knoxville KNOXVILLE—Thad Dosher of Topeka, Kan., the current'point leader in the official International Motor Contest Association point totals, will lead the charge of an expected large field of cars to the ^-mile dirt 6val here Aug. 3-4. Dosher, in the No. 40 R & H •Farms Chevy, is out in front in the standings and perhaps well on his way to capturing'the 1973 IMCA sprint car division championship crown. Dosher, by virtus of,his faring well at the Winternationals in Tampa, jumped out'to an early point lead. He already has one feature victory to his credit, that one coming in Wichita, Kan., June 24. * Dosher completed the 1971 IMCA season with a No. 52 ranking. In 1972 he settle^ down to the business of racing and captured the No. 5 slot in the division. Thad is eyeing the No. 1 spot for 1973 and the injuries he sustaimed in Eldon, Iowa, May 30 "are not going-to slow me up." •'••••< The competition is,, always tough when the IMCA,,sprint cars run at Knoxville, and Thad Dosher can expect just that from the likes of Dean Shirley of Middletown. Dean Shirley's presence was felit last year as on the:two consecutive nights of action, he finished second and third; respectively. , „, Last year the features went to Ray Lee Goodwin, Kansas 1 City, Mo., on the first night and Dick Sutcliffe, Greenwood, , Mo., on the second night. ; ... Four new track records were set last year and it is almost, a sure bet that the records book will be rewritten again thi2 year. Time trials will begin at 7 p.m. and racing will commence promptly at 8 p.m. National Speedways, Inc. will offiafate at lie races. Major League Standings National League East St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh Philadelphia Montreal New York w. I. pet. g.b 45 .531 .526 .489 .474 .463 .452 4 5Vfe 51 51 46 46 48 46 51 44 51 42 51 West w. I. pet. g.b. 63 37 .630 57 42 .576 5'/z 56 43 .566 6V 2 52 50 .510 12 45 57 .441 19 33 65 .337 29 Los Angeles Cincinnati San Francisco Houston Atlanta San Diego Monday's Results (No games scheduled) Tonight's Game (All Times EOT) A.L. vs. N.L. All-Stars Kansas City, 8:30 p.m. at American League East l.,pct. g.b. New York 57 44 .564 Bait 51 41 .554 Vh Boston 52 44 '.542 Vk Detroit 49 48 .505 6 Milw 47 49 .490 Vk Cleve 35 63 ,35J 20^ Oakland Kan City Minn Chicago Calif Texas w. 57 44 51 41 52 44 49 48 47 49 35 63 West w. 1. pet. g.b, 56 42 .571 55 46 .545 2tt 49 47 .510 6 49 49 .505 7 48 48 ,500 7 34 61 .358 20^ Monday's Results (No games scheduled)' Tonight's Gaines (All Times EDT) N.L. vs. A.L. All Stars Kansas City, 8:30 p.m. '!" at season in his seven-year pro career. Always steady in the!he planned to scratch Borzov field, Concepcion had upped his j from today's 200-meter race, batting average to .287 and had! Williams said he wouldn't like two or three hours sleep last i stolen 22 bases in 26 attempts. } that because he doesn't want to night," he said. "I've never had so much pain in my life." Concepcion had to change shoes in the fourth inning of Sunday's game after tearing a spike loose from his regular kind of lead, Concepcion said |shoes. He blamed the seventh he would do it again. |inning injury on the new shoes. Darrell Chaney, the man Concepcion beat out in spring training for the regular shortstop job, will replace Concep- think Monday may have been a fluke. "I'd rather have him out there and lose (myself), than i cion in the lineup. At least,[not to have him out at all," Concepcion confidently pre-Williams said, diets, until the Reds get intoi Tom White of Van Nuys, the playoffs. I Calif, took the 110-meter CONTACT LENSES For Complete Information on Contact Lenses Phone 343-7410 Dispensed on Prescription of OR. E .W. BEATH, O.D. DAILY 8 :00 - 5:00 MONDAY A FRIDAY 8 :00 • t:Q0 60 S. Kellogg Galesburg/ III. UNION OPTICAL CO \J<J t

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