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iJ&oUttbura Rto)it«r*MoiL Qoltsburg, III,Fridoy, July 27, 1973 egion Victorious 16-0 AlfitMX*-Galesburg .mnttmai Mpon Jrrm m pm M < 7 ^g|. gy^jjij/jj^ i» faj ,w •fl|' n fi>Bin a™ rompen io • Iff Jnli IPVCr W JMnpHI KtrkvJCing «d ttftt lfcmp. Aitf, while Kit Legkn bite . P WBHHH ,001' eaa* mta afn noK •vVaMMfB of 11 free passes to firsftaane. The game wis ended after-four and A half innings by tiit Man mte. t:TM$ieio?y upped Post itt's final regular mason record to J4-fc Among the team's achieve incniniraB me cnamptonsnap w ttaMble I League with a 7-0 Next week the locals wiH be looking, for a trip to the state wm nay nost ine wwt ton lbornammt at H. T. cot* ler Piartt Itwrsday through Sunday, fnt Legtoh's first action WH1 be on Friday night. The District Tournament at Gato got under way today, but Oafceburg,« division host, does [not have to compete at the die* Mot level. The 8tMe Trjuma- ment is scheduled for Aug. 9*12 at Cariyfe. King started on foe mound and went three innings. He struck out eight Abingdon bat* ters and walked two. Coach Fred Stevens, who wanted to see as many pitchers in acnon as possnxe on ore vie division luunjey, put Thorn peon in in the fourth frame. Thompson shut off the Abingdon of­ fense a* he fanned five and at- jowen two DOORS on Dans Losing pitcher for Abingdon was tfatnas, who went the distance. Thomas walked 11 frtsn and allowed eight Mta aNhough he struck out six. Only five of the 16 runs he gave up were earned. Louie Vital! had two base in as many trips to the plate for Galesburg, and team mate Kevin Jackson was two for three. Ron Nelson, Jerry fitixt, Thompson and Tally Nelson afi added one hK. The Galesburg team failed to score only in the fourth inning. The Legionnaires took a 7-0 lead in the first inning on one hit, two walks, two errors and a fielder's choke. on two hHa and three walks, in tne •am on two ntts, tnree walks and a pair of errors and in the fifth also on two hits and three bases on baHs AMftfdon ~mt a o Baker Jackson rranck*? ft. Nftlran McKillfp Berry Vitaii Yard Wild«f Jacobs Blfxt Thompson Jofinftoii §• r * 2 « flWlnkfw 3 3 3Hcimel 1 • • 1 1 _, 1 » • 1 i a e i 2 3 0 1 1 3 0 1 3 2 4 1 4 0 2 0 1 0 Total m IS 8| Oalwtnirg AMnSdon KinS Tnoinpflon 2 . _ Thomas mm* . Hahn [Whitney Shemiafi s o 2 o Total Y IS 0 733 99-16 . --000 W— 0 h fortaao 0 0 0 2' 0 0 0 2 S IS 9 11 MOOSE TALES by MOOSE JOHNSON This past week hasn't pro- channel from Storey using a vided - an overabundance of silver mepps. catches by area fishermen. Imagine' the thrill Tom Voyles However, there are still a had when he hooked and land few: I'd like to mention, like ed a 3-pound Northern, using "Jim-Pecsi catching a ±Qoan& a fly rod. Tom made his catch channel from Lake Storey. from a farm pound with a yel- - Jim says this particular cat law popper. Tom also mention just had to be the one that ed tfyat he caught a 2 %Tpound we 3ad mentioned in a pre- Albino caitfiish, fishing at little vious writing that had been John Club near Victoria. If any eluding him. Jim afao told of our readers would be inter of three channel cat in the ested in seeing an Albino, Tom impound category that had left it with Ed Little, bait deal no $a#s. These fish no doubt er on North Farnham Street. Avere an intended meal stalk- Ed placed it in one of his min . ed outJby Lake Storey's north- now tanks, one with minnows, *en».;Even though they didn't of course, get the whole fish they man- Jeff Hoschek aged' to get what they could, the tail. While speaking of northerns, thisimight be a good time to ..warn; fishermen not familiar wiml'the damage that this par$$(lar fish can inflict on one's' hands. .:Firs^ of all, they have a m^flyooking set of teeth that are' known to be capable of producing some pretty sore fingers. Next thing we might mention is don't pick these ncatherns up by the gills. The gills are hke razor blades. ~ Taice- this warning from one wh§; had to learn the hard way.-' - " Our suggestion would be to ..find the soft spot located behind, each of the gills and grasp : with the thumb and middle finger squeezing until . the&j&n be lifted. . Tt^h Cannon, city police officer, told us of a couple nice Jbass that were caught - ftomlStorey by Don Beamer and-Jim G^ffdner. The pair, listing^ purple worm caught a 5^>oimder along with one - that.weighed Vk pounds. Lake 5Wey : also gave up channel cats.; weighing 2% and 1% pounds by Gene Lindsay and Mikei'Boylson. Bob Eaves • a 4-pound, 15-ounce Charlie Hoschek, Larry Brown and Dick Emery, recently tried an area farm pond and the results were six Albino catfish averaging two pounds apiece along with eight channels. The total catch weighed 8 pounds. The group used cheese bait mixed with corn meal. Larry took top honors with a 3%-pounder. Lake Rice has been cooperative to Harry Swanson, providing a mixed variety of a 3%-pound channel, a 4-pound bass, three turtles and 50 nice crappies. These were all caught by using minnows. "Big Ralph" Quanstrom tried his skills at Lake Bracken in quest of the ever popular channel cat. Using shrimp, Ralph hung a 5%-pounder. Erwin Hatch tells us he's been making some fine catches of bluegill from Gale Lake. Erwin says the fish are very sizable and he favors the yellow marathon popper for his hire. This past Sunday morning Tom Keeney, visiting from Sterling, and I tried our hand at a little bass fishing, from an area farm pond. Our efforts netted three bass, not tremendous in size but in the 2Ms-pound category. Wood Wins As ChiSox KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) The Chicago White Sox split a doubleheader with Kansas City Thursday night, taking the first game 7-4 as Wilbur Wood won his 19th, and dropping the nightcap 1-0. Ken Henderson drove in four runs with a sacrifice fly and three -. run homer to highlight the opening game attack. Wood (19-14) got relief help from Cy AcOsta in the seventh after complaining of a stiff back. John Mayberry provided the Royals' power in the first game by belting his 21st homer of the season in the eighth. He also drove in a run with a groundout to push his RBI total to 83. 19th Split In the second game, Paul Splittorff, 134, allowed the. Sox only three hits. In the first, Pat Kelly tripled but was out trying to stretch it into an inside the park homer. Rookie Jerr Hairston followed with a single and Ken Henderson walked, but the Sox could not score. The only run of the game came in the fifth inning when Carl Taylor hit a run-scoring single off loser Stan Bahnsen, 13-10. In tonight's action, Steve Stone, 4-0, will pitch for the Sox against Steve Busby, 7-10, for the Royals. Major League Box Scores N«w York ab i h bl Garrett 4 0 2 0] Millan 2 0 Boswell 1 0 Staub 4 0 Jones 4 0 Milner 4 1 Kranap'l 3 0 Hodges 3 0 McA'aw 0 0 Beauc'p I. 0 Harrals'n 2 0 Marti'ez \ 0 Matlack 1 0 Hahn 1 0 Stroh'er 0 0 Dyer 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0| 0 0 0 0 Brock 3 McB'ide 2 Size'ore 4 [Ca'pball 2 Torre S Sim'ons 4 McC'ver 1 Mele'az 4 Cruz Reitz .Car bo OiTyson OGibson St. Leala •b t hbl -Important Calls When You're In You need a car telephone It works like your phone at home and at your business, just pickup the hand set when that important person calls- Get all the facts today, INTRASTATE TELEPHONE CO. Pifrry Sf, Phone 3430112 Total 32 1 0 If Total 41131912 New York . 010 OQO 000—1 St. Louis . . 050 142 Olx—13, E—Tyson, Brock, Garrett, Mo- Bride. DP—New Vork 1, St. Louis 2. LOB—New York 6, St. Louis 10. 2B—Reitz 2, Milner. Jones, Carbo. 3B—McCarver. HR—Gibson (2). SF —Kranepool. lp h r •rbbto Matlack (L7-13) 4 10 fl 5 3 4 Strohmayer 2 7 a ft 1 o McAndrew 2 2 11 0 O 1 Gibson (W11-9) 9 6 10 17 HBP—by McAndrew (Reitz, Tyson.) New Yoik •b T h bl Garrett Millan Staub Jones Milner Kranep'l Beauc'p Grote Har'lson Maya Koosman 0 Boa well 1 Parker 0 0 l 0 l 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 30 W «w York St. Louis Brock 0 Size'ore Torre Sim'ons Mele'ez Reitz Carbo Tyson Foster OlHra'sky OSegui 0 0 . St| touta •b * hbl 4 0 0 0 (Ut Oaaia)^ . . Chlcai• Xanaai CJJr abrhbl ibihU 4 11 OPatek 3 12 0 1 2 4 Hopkins 10 0 0 0 0 Rojas 3 0 0 1 0 oOtla 111 0 1 OMayb'ry 3 12 1 1 IReJch'dt 4 ff 1 l 2 OPlnieUa 4 0 0 0 0 eMeRae 3 0 0 KeUy Hend'son 3 Muser S Melton May Orta Herr'nn Keouth BrlnVn Bradf'rd Leon Wood Acosta 110 1 1 01 0 0 OIHovley 1. 0 A Beva'ua 4 0 0 iHoaty 31* 0 0 OlDrago 0 0 0 0 0 OlMlnforl 0 0 0 4 7 4 Total 33 7 9 3[ Total 30 Score by Innings: Chicago -....000 010 321—7 Kansas City ... ... 100 010 020-^1 E—Patck. Healy, Mayberry, Min gori. DP—Chicago 1. Kansas City 1. LOB—Chicago 8, Kansas City 8. 2B—Henderson. Healy, Herrmann HR—Henderson (4), Mayberry (21). SB—Patek, KeUy. S—Fatak. SF Honderaon, Rojaa. lp h r «r feb ao Wood (W.19-14V - <T 6 2 Z 3 3 Acoita .. .. 3 1 2 2. 2. 1 Drago (L11-10) - 7 7 « 5 « 1 Mingori ... 2 2 1 0 2 1 Drago pitched to two batters in 8th. Save—Acosta (8). T— 2:59. LINCOLN-Thirtecn members of the Gafesburg Jsycee Sti& Track Cfob began cornpefition in the state track flftabj here today. The trw*sters, ei#t girfs andj five boys', earnerJ the right to compete on the siate level by taking first place trophies in the regional meet at Metamora in June. Carl Pihtey is representing the Galesburg track club in three events, At the regional he won the Junior Boys 100-yard dash in 11.7 seconds.and took the long jump with a leap of 19 feet, 3% inches. Pinley will also ran on the 44fryard relay team along with Greg Lovelace, Tracey Sibley and James Dickerson, who won the regional with a lime of S1.4. The only other boy at state is Rodney Grady, who won the 11- year-old long, jump with a mark of 14 feet,1% inches. Individual girls at state and their winning times at the regional are Tuesday Spinks, loll, 7.0 in the 30-yard dash; Cynthia Spinks, 12-13, 6.6 in the SO; Lisa Altai, 12-13,11.8 in the 100, and Rachel Lewis, 12-13, 27.3 in the 220. The 1041 year, old 440 relay team of Tuesday Spinks, Linda Forster, Julie Finley and Kim Logan will be trying to improve on their 60.5 time at the region' Also running is the 12-13 year old 440 relay team of Cynthia Spinks, Allen, Lewis and Karyl Lange, who won the regional event with 53.4. v Galesburg waa victim of o-nR route^gong peftoriTUHRe by Macomb*s Bob Shirley Thursday night at IT. T. Custer Park as the Pteneeri dronped a 6-1 battle to the Mm* in CICL pfey. Galesburg jumped out in front 1-0 in the third but the lead was shorl*Dved. Afier tying the game up in the fourth In* niftg, the vteitori took charge m'Ah three in the sixth and were never in trouble. It was the third csonaecutive hss for Galesburg which Is now 3*7 in second hatf play. The Pioneers are at Peoria tonight and will be host to the Pacers Saturday night at H. T. Custer. Starting time both nights is 7:30. r. will be Galesburg Malleable night Saturday with transistor radios to be given away. WG1L will do play by pbr/ of the game, marking the first time Applications For Tickets Due Aug. 4 aCL StanrUncs StCOItD MAt^*-. W b Kf. OB (1945) 14 .187 (13-22) 7 5 .583 1 W) • • .571 1 X-C-MattoOn 120-12) 6 S • JM 2 Macomb (17-21) 5 8 .385 314 Galesburf (15-19) 3 7 300 4 *-D*n*«s first-half cKampiori; tftaati" 8M,0n 1>ecdrds w P aiMn _ ' YMinday'a RatnUt. ' t Ptorfa «-t, Charleston-Matloon 1-1 Macomb 8, Galesburg 1 7, BloomTngton 4 Springfield Bloomlrigton _. toon (Baker rie1d)^7 :3n p.m 9prWffl«M at Matrohib Grady Fiold), 5:30 p.m '• OajitM at cnarjaston-Mat. Galcsburi 7i3U pjm at Peoria (ViACff (Meinen n «W), 7:3? BaftiAar't Oaaiaa . Peoria at Galeaburg (H. T. CUster Park), 7:30 p.m, • a Pioi»eer game has been broadcast locally. Bill Westfall led the Galesburg attack with two hits in ihree official trips to the plate along with John Hoschcidt who had two for four, including a double. Bob Szczecinski drove in the only Pioneer run in the third when he singled with Westfall on second. Tom Steen aikrwed Just two m and one unearned run In the first five irrtngs, but was lifted after giving up a home run and double »o the first two batter* ht the siith. Jort Siren had tiree for^lour TOT me- vasnors. Babcoek Piskbrskl GrybftsM Pattenuzzo Wheat Stumpf Voik Jorn siron Shirley Total abf a 3 0 1 5 0 1 4 0 0 f l lis«*:eii»ki 3 o 4 1 I 4 2 1 4 12 & ft 0 5 0 01 WcUfali McCarthy Miller OalMkiitjr ib 3 1 3 0 2 0 BradMy 3 o Hei'dingef 3 0 HOscheidt 4 0 Purteu 30 4 l sn«umaa Steen Kreke Briakey. total 4 3'0 2 0 vl' 0 is: o • o 37 S10I . Scot* by innings: Macomb 600 103 ©S&i-S Oaiaabur* „;._..-.001' m 8W-1 E—Boilman 2, szezeeiiiakt. ; LOB— Macomb 13, Galesburg 9. RBI—Babcock. Pettcnuzzo stumpf, Siton, Szczecinski. 2B—Wheat, Siron, Ho- scheldt, HR—Pettenuzxo. DP-*fa- comb 1, Galeaburg 1. is h tu ao bb Shirley (W4-3) .,9 8 1 114 S Steen (L 3-8) 5 .4 3 2 4 3 'Kirelm 4 S 3 3 4 4 BK—Sieen. HBP — Pettenuuo (Steen), Heimerdinger (Shirley), - U-#arlton, Savidge. T—2:54. . / East Moline Race Results FIRST RACI: (8% Furlong*)— Texaa Sun (L. Jenien) 20.80 4.40 3.80 Hfllhar (S. Vail) 3 .00 2.40 Sunset Sue (A. Petersen) 4.60 Time: 1:23.4 SECOND RACE: (4 Furlong*)— Near Nancy (G. Podlinski) 8.80 3.20 3 .00 Go Kelly Go (J. Long) 5.00 3.20 Muff Tuffins (J. CanigUa) 2^80 Dally Doublo-2 & 8. PaidTlW' Constellation—2 & 3. Paid 82120 THIRD B£CE: (4 Futlong*)— 7.89 3.80 2.80 Pittsburgh ab t hbl Stennett Sang'len Oliver Stargall Hebner Rob'son Parker MaxvUl Wilis GiuaU 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 » 0 A 1 7 1 Total 38 2 4 2 000 000 001—1 oio ooo oix— a E—Harrelaon. DP—New York 1. St. Louis 1. LOB—New York 7, St. Louis 5. 2B—Carbo. HR—Torre (10). S— Koosman 2. lp h * erbbae Koosman (L8-10) 7 3 112 6 Parker .1 1110 1 Foster (W 7-6) ... - 8 6 113 2 Hrabosky 1 0 0 6 0 Senut % 0 0 0 0 } Foster pitched to one batter in 9th. Save—Segul (13), HBP—by Koosman (Reita). PB—Grote. Chtcaao •b i hbl 3 11 llMonday 5 0 1 0 4 0 0 OIBeckert 4 110 4 0 2 HWU'ama 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 OlHick'an 4 12 0 4 12 USanto ,4 0 2 1 OiCarde'al 4 0 10 oiHundJer? ooo OIHiser 10 0 0 OtBudo'ph ft 0 0 0 WKea'ngat* 0 » * IRe'ach'l 2«2 iBouro'e 1 o a • VBurrla »» JJ iGarrett 0 0 0 0 Total 33 3 7 31 Total 35 2 8 2 Spore hv innings: Pittsburgh .. 008 100 000—3 Chtca*o OU 000 0TO>—2 w_stennett a, Hickman. LOB— PiHshur«h 4, CHioaeo 8. Oliver, TiobeHsnri, Stinnett. HR—.Hebner (15). <5—Rudoloh. In h r mr b*« •« ^wn-n) n'*, R ? i n » oi,,c*i it, n n o 1 t T.o„r^V l pt (L in-8) •» ' R s a o in »ii>-(» 2 10 0 10 o-iv*—Gii<st| (in. VVP— Reuschel. . T—2:15. A-35.770, LATE MODEL STOCK CAR RACES SAT., JULY 28-^ 10 Events on MIDWfSTS PtNiST V* MILE TRACK $3,000 PURSE — $500 To Feotura Winnar Special Event Ladies Championship Powder Puff Derby Ovar 30 lady Drivers Campating For Trophy and Cash Prim SEE THIS WILD AND WOOLY RACE Deminatad Comfdotoiy ly Tho Fair Sox Gates Open 6 P.M. Time Triaf 7. First Race 8 FINEST IN CONCESSIONS SANDWICHES AND IEVERAGES Briug The Family For Thrills and Entertainment To This Special Racing Program PEORIA SPEEDWAY 3520 W. FARMINGTON ROAD — PEORIA, IU. Scorploni ' (D. DeLomba) Spur'a Picture (C. J. Gilbert) 3.00 2.40 Commander's Lady (J. Long) 2.60 Time: 48:2 FOURTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Say Deiri (J. Long) 8.20 4.80 3.40 Return Try (O. DeLomba) 8.60 3.60 Miss Big Gain (C. J. Gilbert) 3.20 Time: 48:4 FIFTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Abigua (G. Birzer) 15.40 7.20 3.60 Fleet Joy (T. McNerney) 3.40 3.40 Manhattan Misa (J. Compton) 2.80 Time :1:14.3 QunieUa-4 & 6. Paid #83.20. SIXTH RACK: (6 Furlong*)— Miami Ru*s (J. Caniglla) 7.20 3.60 2.60 Pabengmay (O. Birzer) 6.40 3.60 Amie's Chief (J. Long) 3 .00 Time: 1:52.2 SEVENTH RACE: (6',i Furlong*)— Fair 'N Fancy (G. Birzer) 8.20 3.10 3.20 Crow Rhythm (P. DeLo'ba) 9.00 3.20 Easement (T. McNerney) 2.60 Time: 1:23.0 Qulnella—3 & 5. Paid 832.40. EIGHTH RACE: (11/M mile)— Hasty M (J. Compton) 10.30 6.00 3.60 Mack Q (J. Canlglia) 6.40 3.40 Khanhal Warrior (J. Wash) . 2 .80 Time: 1:50.4 NINTH RACE: (7Trlonm)— Topay Belle (X. 6111) 16J0 13 .40 6 .0»| Tenfmeaim (6. Blrae»> 4J01.60 Shad O Lark (J. Waah) ,jMO Ttine: ISM QulneUa—1 & 6. Paid feioo. Galeaburg High School aaa son ticket holders wanting the same seals for Hie 1973-74 sea son must mail apphcations by Aug. 4. To make application, persons Ifnast Mud 1972-73 tickets and a chech: or money order for $16.50 (11 home games) for each ticket ordered. Those wishing different aaats [from last year ahouW first send in tickets as mentioned above. This will assure persons of tickets no worse than those they now hold. Alter that the persons are to come to the High School gym lobby from 7 to 9 p4n. on Sept 10 or Sept. 12. Seating charts will be on display. Any remaining season tickets wall go on sale for the general puIbiUc from Sept. 13 through Oct. 1. Enclose check or money order for each ticket purchased and a self-addressed stamp envelope. Alii ticket requests should be sent to Dave Gunderson, athletic ticket manager, Galesburg High School. Checks and money orders should be made payable to Galesburg Senior High School. All tickets will be mailed out Nov. t of this year. Midwest. League Burlington 6 Appleton 4 Wisconsin Rapids at Clinton, ppd. rain ' Danville 3 Cedar Rapids 2 Danville 2 Cedar Rapids 0 (2nd 0aroe) Qumcy at Quad Cities, ppd. wet grounds Waterloo 7 Decatur 2 Waterloo « Decatur 0 (2nd game) Coe Eyes Fourth All'City Crown *8.88 Summer Specials COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE CHECK FOR LEAKS Q QQ ADJUST A.C. BELT QeQQ CHECK FREON LEVEL ADD IF NECESSARY PARTS CHECK ALL -ELECTRICAL SWITCHES EXTRA SHOCK ABSORBER SPECIAL g 88 REPLACE SHOCKS JNSTALLED 8.88 COMPLETE •ach LUBRICATION SPECIAL 5 QTS. PREAAIUM VALVOUNE OIL LUBRICATION OIL FITTER EMISSION CONTROL SPECIAL CHECK ALL EMISSION FILTERS CHECK BELT ADJUSTMENTS ADJUST CARBURETOR CHECK VOLTAGE REGULATOR ADJUST DWELL & TIMING 8.88 FARTS EXTRA COOLING SYSTEM SPECIAL FLUSH RADIATOR CHECK ALL HOSES FOR LEAKS CHECK ALL LIGHTS ADJUST HEADLIGHTS ADJUST FAN BELT 8.88 PARTS EXTRA Y GOOD ONLY DURING THE MONTR OF JULY WEAVER 31*5 N. HfNOfiSON ST. PHONE 943 -7101 GALESBURG, ILL, Op?n 7:30-5:00 Mon. thru Friday — C»ll iat Appointment PUM* Bob Coe, Jr., is in. a position to pick up his fourth AH-Otty title in five years and he does not have to gamble to do it. Coe played the first two rounds of the 16th annual All- City meet in a 2-under par score of 141 and was leading his nearest competitor by five strokes. The hard-hitting Cue had a string of three consecutive AH City titles going until young Jim Wemerbee snapped the string last year. Bob, who was not playing well, finished hi sixth place. This year he he's been bitting the ball well and as Bob ex plains, "staying out of any serious trouble." Consequently he appears to be a, good bet to regain the crown. Coe recorded a 3-under 69 in the qualifying round at Bunker Links Saturday and came back with a 1-over 72 Sunday at Lake Bracken. Bill Fox is in second place with a 146 total, shooting a 74 the first day and a 72 Sunday. Bob Dredge, Mime champion and rutmerup last year, is tied for third, six strokes back. De- Bowa Sidelined PHILADELPHIA (UPI) — Larry Bowa of the Philadelphia Phillies became the latest casualty among National League shortstops Thursday night when he broke a bona in his left ankle in a game against the Montreal Expos. ferriing champion Jim Wetherbee waa seven strokes bacfc Third round play will he held Saturday at Soangetaha with the fourth and final round at the city course.' Trophies and merchandiser certificates will be presented shortly after the final round Sunday at special presentation ceremonies at the Holiday tan. Spectators are urged to attend. Palrlagi 10:00 — Glen Thurman (167), Doug AUensworth (169), John DaVis U«). 10:07 — Bob Casaans (165), Jim Dowell (163), Jot Daeta (162). 10:14 — Glen Craa (162). Bud MiUer (161). Jack Grady (158). 10:31 — Jim Lehman (158). Dick Wataon (153), Mike Harshbarger (158). 10:28 — Harold Cunningham (197). Lett Erlckson (157), Bud HUgen- berg (156). 10:35 — Bill Dredge (157). Bill Klrkendall (156), George Burgland (198). ; 10:42 — Lee Bevard (155), Joe Rodeffer (155). Pete Boynton (155). 10:49 — Bob Buncher (154), B1U Gould (154). George Roalne (154). 10:56 — Bob Weaver. (153), Greg Mason (151), Kerry Maaon (150). 11:03 — John Weaver (149), Bob McFarland (149). Sam Swanson (148). Jim We'therbee (148). 11:10 — Bob Dredge (147), Sam Mangierl (147), Bill Fox (146), Bob Coe Jr. (141). FOR LOW LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE Contact: Tony Lischwe MILLERS MUTUAL INS. 411 BANK Of GALESBURG BLDG. 34M1W or 34J4I6* Deal* 73 Kawasaki H-2 750cc Now only'1,595.00 An all-out performer. Wrapped up in chrome, color and class. Buy now and come out "dollars ahead on a triple cylinder Kawasaki. COUMI out QIWCK! on o KOWB iolcia KAWASAKI 1700 GRAND AVE.

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