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J 4 Fietfjs Putting Form Lee Eilbracht, head baseball coach at the University of Illinois, watches Jack Doyle of Galesburg putt Monday at Soangetaha. It was Mini Day at Lake Rice. Illini Day Held At a nge ta ha By JOE MORRISSEY (Sports Editor) Wherever Cecil Coleman goes, the NCAA investigation of the University of Illinois athletic program is the topic of discussion. This is understandable since Cecil Coleman is director of athletics ait the state university which is currently under fire from tfie NCAA for tiie second tme in five years. Without naming names or defining specific charges, Coleman tried to explain the status that presently exists because of tfce recent investigation to those attending the Illini Day dinner Monday night at Soangetaha Country Club. "Whenever 'there are charges of irregularities in an athletic program by a person or persons, it is standard operational procedure for the NCAA to make an investigation," Coleman explained. We were informed of the charge and of the ensuing investigation," Coleman said. "I have also been delegated to conduct our own investigation to find out exactly what had happened. That's exactly where things stand at this time. The thing had been blown out of proportion." Coleman promised the group that whatever happened it would not affect football this fall. "I can assure you it will not bother the football program," he said and added with tongue in cheek: "When we win the Big 10 we will be able to play in the Rose Bowl." The big concern apparently is over a pair of basketball players and just how they acquired cars they are driving around*. "I'm convinced no member of the staff is involved," one coach said in a discussion later. I think it's the result of some overzealous • a\umni. I don't think it will amount to more than a slap on the wrist." In 1968 the punitive action enforced by the Big 10 Conference on Illinois amounted to much more than a mere "slap on the wrist.'' The athletic program was put on probation for three years. "What really hurt then was that we could have pulled the whole conference down with us if we wanted too," one coach "We had proof of similar in several other combination of both. Coleman was with a group of Illinois coaches and . grants-in- aid personnel who played golf and attended the annual Illini Day dinner at Soangetaha. The Illini group joined focal players for the day of golf. Included in the group were Dike Eddleman, associate project director in the grants-in-aid program; John (Red) Pace, project director; Lee Eiibrecht, head baseball coach; John Nelson, assistant football coach; Bob Wright, head track coach, and Bill Butkovich, former Illi­ ni grid star who is now principal at Tuscola High School. Local sports celebrities attending were John Thiel, direc- r of athletics at Galesburg High School; Bob Johns, football coach at GHS, and Mike Owens, new basketball coach at GHS. It was the third year in a row for Illini Day at Soangetaha. Once again Jim. Oberwortman was chairman of the project. Stoerzbach PGA Junior Champion CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa Galesburg's Dan Stoerzbach won this year's Iowa-Western Illinois PGA Junior Championship by firing a 2-over par 74 over the short but hilly Ellis Park golf course here Monday. Stoerzbach, who won the 14-15 honors it year old division, for the entire tournament also as the best score turned in by the 16-17 group was 77. Stoerzbach, who will be a By TOM MARVELL1 (Staff Writer) John Hoscheidt is a very quiet person, especially when you consider that he is a baseball player. When other players talk with little if any prompting, "fto" will sit patiently and wait for a question. Where 9 Not did you school baseball? play high Without any hesitation the Galesburg Pioneer answers, "I played at Henry Scenachwine High School in Henry." Hoscheidt sits still in his chair with his hands folded in his lap waiting for the next question. Did you set any records, do anything outstanding or did your team do well in any seasonal '.J f competition? "Well, I led the team in bit­ ting my junior and senior Fans Enra t Addresses Ball Cecil Coleman, director of athletics at the University of Illinois, prepares to tee off in Monday's Illini Day at the Soangetaha Coun­ try Club. Other members of the foursome from left are Bill Artz, D. K. Wilcox and Roger Coleman. Ring Tactics, Mow many years did you $ay vafsiiy bill, Dvfcat w&e yew averages and wtere did you play? "Let's see. Well, I played varsity ball all four yfcars and I batted over .300 my freshman years, .330 my sotftowidte year and the last two years when 1 led the team in hitting I batted .345 and .395. "In high school baseball 1 pitched and played third most of the time." The Pioneer centenflelder waits for the next question. "I played American Legion baseball for four years •while I I' saw me playing fresehman ball kmm-mtmm^ for the high schocd team and i guess the day they saw me I did real welf so they asked me to play for the Legion team. "I led the team in hitting the last two years for the American Legion too. My junior year I batted .420 and my last year it was .404." Anticipating the next question, We were second li r J > V. . , • John Hoscheidt liter's Brawl middleweight and night Jimmy turned Rocky Carter out to DiFazio Monday be just "Ho" added, J , 4I • in the district the last two CHICAGO (UPI)—The bally-through the.ropes and hustled years /> hooed brawl between slugging!the fan to the exit while ring Hc con tjnued and explained announcer Benny Bentley an- how hc camc t 0 the Pioneers, nounced DiFazio had won by a "That's where Isaacson (Pio- technical knockout after 22 sec- necr coac h) first saw me. He ..... L- M„ - the Galesburg when team that-a brawl. onds because of Carter's dis- was coaching But most of the activity in- qualification. American Legion volved the spectators more than But because the crowd was they played us and I guess he chanting "fight, fight, fight," liked me. Bentlev asked the commission "Anyway, he called up Itcny warier, www ruuuiu ««» * h ^ t t continuc (Richard "Itchy" Jones, " rope and not reported to the «• "'.8 fe u ™ ?• Athtetie Boa*, tagged « way^ the fighters. Carter, whose record was linois said the the DiFazio with a ~M ^* ^ h]m o[ thc chair had raiscd a tinued to slug his fallen rival robc and lcft until referee Stanley Berg wres-, , n «.. K u .Dom's Downs At that point, bedlam broke loose. While trainer Terry Wil- U l ni 'tf>rittt#»iri son tried to pull Carter away IMKl IC119K7IU from commission officials to Dom's Sport Center held off whom he was protesting the of- a late surge and squeaked by ficial decision that he had lost, Hertenstein Loan 3-2 in the tied him away. Ride Golf Cart Bill Butkovich, left, former grid star for the University <rf Illinois, rides in cart with said. irregularities Big 10 schools." . There's little doubt that there are irregularities as great or greater going on at many big- colleges throughout the country. But Illinois seems to have a knack of geting caught. Are they watching Illinois a closer or is it that the time sophomore at GHS next year, carded three bogies, one double bogie and three birdies, including a ohip-in, to take the victory. He qualified for the tournament by shooting a 73 in local qualifying at Lake Bracken last Friday. Also representing Galesburg in the tournament were Bobby Coe, who shot a 58 in the 10 -11 »- # • ¥\ • & fiTJfnJft Missouri Kace tar Driver iensworth, who shot an 83. junior Football Looking for Win at Fair Gene Gennetten Tag Day Is Set Galesburg Junior Fooitbali its third sea- Illini just don't do as good a job of covering up? Probably a mi League kicks son with a fund drive this Week. Players will be on Main Street on Wednesday's Dollar Day seeking donations for the Junior Football tag day. Junior League practice will begin Aug. 5, with the season to begin Sept. 2. The season will end Oct. 21 with the championship game KNOXVILLE Gene Gennetten, of Gladstone, Mo., wants to better his No. 12 finish, in 1972 official International Contest Assn. point He finished third at Eldon, Galesburg's T. J. Coffman. They were playing golf on Illini Day Monday at Soangetaha. Parker Wins Iowa Open Tennis Title 4 CEDAR RAPIDS, lowan-Dave Parker, Galesburg's tennis sen- saition, added another trophy to his collection here Sunday. Secojid-seedad Parker defeated tcp-seeded Hari Burros in two sets, 6-1, 7-6, to win the Iowa Open Termis Tournament. Burrus was going for his third lotwa title in four years, having captured the tournamenft in 1970 and 1971. Last spring Parker, a 1973 graduate of Galesburg High School, won the singles title in the state high' school tennis tournament. He then made his mark on the national scene with a decisive victory in the National Interschoilastic Tennis Tournament held at Durham, N.C. Ranked nationally as one of the top players in his age group, Parker will be attending UCLA this faM. JJurrus, who ait 29 is Parker's elder by 10 years, posed HtUe problem to the Gaieslburg tennis star. Parker won the first set easily and then came from behind to edge Burrus in the second set. The first set was Parker's the fans pelted him with ice cubes, penny candy and plastic cups. Before order could be restored, at least six persons were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. The shower of delbris continued after Carter was back in his comer and when one irate fan climbed to the ring apron to challenge Carter to another bout and Carter tried to comply, someone threw a chair over the ropes into the ring, hitting Carter on the neck. Three policemen climbed single Babe Ruth game at H, T. Custer Park Monday night. Hos- it 1 * CllUlUb o —» ~ * nois University at Carbondale) and asked if I could play for the Pioneers." While at Southern Illinois, Hoscheidt was being groomed to fill in for Ail-American Joe Wallis, who was drafted in the sixth round by the Cubs, in the early spring but was played at third base on the squad's spring Florida trip when the regular player went cold at the plate. During the trip, he batted .333 but when the team got back to Carbondale Jones benched him. "I think Itchy thought my throwing was too erratic, I was just throwing thc ball too hard." Hoscheidt continued playing Greg Johnson was the winning pitcter as Davie Aldrich record- . . , ed the save. Loser was Andy for the junior varsity, and, after a hamstring pull during mid- Htntn-ttJn season, got elevated to varsity •b r h| «».? ^ and played in the outfield. Shartzer broke his Hendricks. Dom's Lewis Evans B. Chs'mn Aldriqh S. Chs'mn Johnson Cun'nghm Campbell Edwards Conners 2 0 OjHillcmcir 3 0 0 3 1 1 3 1.1 2 1 0 3 0 2 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 LaFoUette Mendez Total 22 3 5 Score by innings: Dom's a 2 o "Steve » ^. u I ? n f>nge r when he put his hand Hendricks j 1 0 ^ ^ ^ before ^ ba „ Baidwft"* 3 o 2 into it. Itchy then decided I Biucker h o o was doing better than another ill 8 u y both defensively and hit ting wise so he brought me up." 2 41 Hoscheidt laughed at Shart- Steward Wallace Total 021 r --- t , /11n JJ ^zer's experience and said, "He Hertenstein .010 OIQ--2 . v. ^ ..... i._ Lake Rice Wins Dual Meet Lake Rice Caumfry OWb defeated Lakelawn Swim Club in a dual meet hdd at Lake Rice Sunday, Lake Rice totaled 224 points to 209 for Lakelawn. Individual follows: results were as the Motor Iowa, May 30. He finished fourth $ DOLLAR DAY $ Flexomotic BUY NOW! all the way as he jumped out . _ .to a 3-0 lead. He then allowed at Oklahoma City, Okla., June eumis 0Illy one pt>int be£ore 23 and copped a second the foi- j taking the set. The second set was hard- lowing night at Wichita, Kan. Taking out two drivers in the point standings, who are currently confining their racing to the east coast, Gennetten is fought as Bumis attempted to draw even with Parker. Burrus was leading 5-3 when Parker won serve to come within one at 5-4 and then broke Burrus* standings. He is hoping to show everyone the quickest way around the Knox County Fair half-mile dirt oval, when the IMCA sprint cars take to the track Friday and Saturday nights. Gene, piloting his black No. 3 , • * • 7 *u ui^f speedster is the defending!to give him the set and tourney sprint is one of the ablest com- Ray Lee Goodvvin of iutte- ^ petitors to take*to the track. A| Kansas cityj Mo But the name! it was one 0 f many battle5 of the game at this time is;between Parker and Burrus. "catch Thad Dosher" who is thejThe pair has met before on hard courts, but this was the sauarely implanted in third! service to tie the set at 5-aD. ; * * i Parker wan* ahead 6-5 only place. 1 • • J lit n - , 13-H lb have Burrus even it up. The dez < LJ i — * £ , 15-over Girls 8-under — 25 Free, Valentine (R), Ralston (L), Beck (R). 0-10 — 50 Free, Rosine (L), Gandt (L). 11-12 — 50 Free, Mendrek (R), Hollmann (L), Kamp (R). 13-14 — 50 Free, Gunther (R), Sellett (L). 15-over — 100 Free, Middaugh (L), Erickson (R). 8-under — 25 Back, Palko (R), Ralston (L), Beck (R). 9-10 — 50 Back, Rosine (L), Gandt (L). 11-12 — 50 Black, Palko (R), Hollmann (L), Kamp (R). 13-14 — 50 Back, Palko (R), Sellett (L). 15-over — Back, Mendrek (R), Miller (L), Erickson (R). 0-10 — 100 I.M., Middaugh (L), 11-12 — 100 I.M., Palko (R), Lehman (L). 13-14 — 100 I.M., Palko (R), Gunner (R). m j t _ v 15-over — 200 I.M., Mendrek (R), Miller (L), Middaugh (L). t % 8-under — 25 Breast, Palko (R), Beck (H), Willcutts (L). 9-10 — 50 Breast, Rosine (t). 11-12 — 50 Breast, Lehman (L), Mendrek (R), l „ ^ 13-H — 50 Breast, Gunther (R), Flaherty (L). ^ 15-over — 100 preast, Mendrek (R), Middaugh (L). 8-under - 25 Fly, Palko (R), Will­ cutts (L). , , , * * \ 9-10 — 50 Fly, Middaugh (L). 11. 12 — 50 Fly, Hollmann (L), Lehman (L), Kamp (R). 13-14 — 50 Fly, Palko (R), Flaherty (L), Sellett (L). 15-over — 100 Fly, Miller (L). Boy§ 8-under — 25 Free. Blumenshine (L), Hollmann (L), Flaherty (L). 9ll0 — 50 Free, Flater (R) f Waters (R). Blumenshine (L). 11-12 — 50 Free, Kamp (R), Blumenshine (L), Morgan (L). 50 Free, Waters (R), Men- 15-over — 100 Hollmann (L). ack, Wilson (R) p was in there for his stick, he wasn't too good of a fielder. He was batting about .340 for the season, though." Hoscheidt also talked about himself and the Central Illinois 9-10 —. 100 I.M.. Flaherty (L)» Fla- rnWaait^A TAAOIIA ter <R), Blumenshine (L). ^ WI ^}}^? et ^g"?' ii -i2 — ioo I.M „ Kamp R ), Blum- **i think I've an i 83h -M the compeUUon so when I go improved from herty (L). 15-over Miller <L). 200 I.M., Hollmann (L), back to Southern I can do the job. I just thought I'd be doing a-under- 25 Bw«i v »o"« lM (R) » a little better hitting than I am Hollmann (L), Flaherty (L). , r™ L o-io — so Breast, Flaherty (L), right now. Id like to get my w n . e i2 l ? } 6o Breast, Blumenshine average over .300 before .the end (LK Blumenshine (L). of the season." waters Tny° BreasU HoUmutn (L) * Hoscheidt couldn't refrain 15 -over - ioo Breast, Boydstun f rom telling about a secret wish (R), Hollmann (L). Haynes (R). , . ° 8-under — 25 Fly. Blumenshine nC nas. "I'd like to pitch just one game in college to see how I'd do against the batters. "I'd also like to catch a game, loc, just to see what would happen. I'd probably get killed but I've always felt I should be the guy to tell people what to do." It's just kind of hard to imagine Hoscheidt talking that much. (L), Nixon (R), Douglas (R). 9-10 — 50 Fly, Flaherty (L), Fla- tC ll-1250 Fly — Kamp (R), Bishop (R), Morgan (L). 13-14 — 50 Fly, Bishop (R), Hollmann (L), Waters (B). 15-over — 100 Fly, Flater (R), Miller (L), _ 8-under mixed Med. Relay—Rice. U-12 mixed Med, Relay—Rice. 15-over mixed Med. Relay—Rice. 8-under mixed Free Relay — Lakelawn. 11-12 mixed Free Relay—Rice. At The 120th KNOX COUNTY FAIR HAWESS RA C/A/G Just ahead of the Missouri j final p3jnt was won by Parker t h e veteran of IMCA, he won his first feature last year at the Clay Iowa. County Fair, Spencer, ROSS SHAVER & TYPEWRITER This victory whet his appetite for the winner's circle and he No. 1 man. — 100 Free, Flater (R), M 8-undeV'~- 23 Back, Nixon (B), Lehman <L). Hollmann (L). 9-10 — 50 Back, Willcutts (U, Waters (R). . . /T v 11-12 — 50 Back. Blumenshine (L), Wilson (R). Clasman (R). 13-14 — 50 Back, Bishop (R), Hollmann (L). Mendez (L). Gennetten is hoping to put it!«'™ ^ faced each all toBether May and Satu,, •*« ™ ^ day. Time a farmer 112 I* Main St Ph, 343^7917 will begin „ . . L jr L xu- . i i fiw of 7 nm with thp: Galesbur S resl dent. He was a should accomplish this task,promptly at 7 Wlth teacher in District 205 of which fairly soon. He is running well I first race^to follow atj P^ ;tParker . s fatter( Barney Park . this season, with several high- place finishes. National Speedways, Inc. will officiate the races. ; er, is superintendent. WARM TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 542-0185 Each 1:30 4 AFTERNOONS TUE5..WED..THURS.FRI July 31, Aug. 1, 2, 3 6 Big Races Both Trot* and Pacts 4 t

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