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Aug. 1, 1973 i- f > 4 " I Pioneers Are Defeated Springfield SPRtNOFlELD - tilings cm- tinued in the wftftg direction for Galesburg in C1CL action as they dropped a doubteteader to first place Springfield here Tuesday night by scores Of 4-3 and 7-3. The twin setback ran (he eel* iar-dwelling Pioneers* record to 3*11 for the second half. They led 3-0 going into the fifth inline of the opener but the host Caps rallied for four runs. • Galesburg has a day off to* day and will go to Peoria for two games Thursday. TTie Pioneers are home over the week- U i ST Racing Family Affair CICL Standings SECOND HALF W L Pet 01 Springfield (23-16) 12 ft .706 — Bloomington (15-23) 9 6 .600 2 Peoria (22-18) 6 8 .500 3>/i x-Char-Matt. (22-14) .Harness racing is a family affair at the Knox County Fair •for the Lorance family of Laura. Hoyt Lorance, right and ,h$ daughter Pat McBeth, left, and son Bill Lorance who all own and train their own horse, raced against each other in two heats at the fair Tuesday afternoon. The horse pictured is Bill's Castle Rader. (Register-Mail photos by Dale Hum- 8 ft 7 0 .500 3>/a .438 4Va phrey.) • 1 Presents Trophy -Valerie Fesler, 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J ftXike Fesler presents Fesler-Oldsmobile's r !# t <)phy to driver Hoyt Lorance for winning with Hi Pride in harness racing action Tuesday afternoon at the Knox County Fair. 1 r H * If ~ -If - I * East Molinc Race Results "M'RST RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Ounce Of Laos (G. Birzcr) 8.40 3.00 2.60 Hesta's Bells (Gv Podlinski) 2.40 2.20 Sweet Owen (J. GUI) 3.60 Time 1:14.2 1 SECOND RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Pinkie Chollie (D. DeLomba) 11.60 5.40 4.00 Capasin Kid (P. Tedrick) 6.60 5.00 Will Do It (R. Marina) 5.80 Time 1:14.3 .Dailv Double 3 & 4. Paid $39.80. -'TH-IRD RACE: (7 Furlongs)— Racing On (J. Gill) 3.80 2.60 2.20 IW Not Sure .,(G.; Podlinski) 3.20 2.40 TTiWd Charger (P. Tedrick). 2.80 Time 1:29.2 ^FfeURTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)—' Heel Rice (M. Cariglio) 7.20 3.40 2.60 Hill Gain (D. DeLomba) 4.60 2.80 Open Trust (J. Compton) 2.20 * Time 1:29.3 r : (4 Furlongs)— Cubs Defeat Sox In LL Tourney Three Games Played In Jr. League Firefighters dumped Club 19 11-3 and Eagles defeated Gale Ward 9-2 in Babe Ruth League play, while Grand Roller Rink edged Olde Music Sftoppc 5-4 in a Connie Mack League game. All were Junior Hardball League games. Alan Picfcrel was the winning pitcher for the Firefighters with a save recorded by Deart McKillip, and Rodney Blue was the loser. Don McKi&lip led the winners with three hits, while Blue went three for three for Club 19. In the "B" gatme, Eagles a&so had little trouble. Winner Jamie Williamson went three for four at the plate and Steve Carter and Mike Glasnovioh added two Kts apiece. Loser was Tony Diehl. The Connie Mack contest was closer as Grand Roller Rink held off Olde Music's last inning rally. George Cisco, victorious hurter, led Grand Roller with two base hits, while Marty Hansen and Jeff Kohl contributed two eadi for the lasers. Kevin Salsman took the loss. Macomb (19-22) Galesburg (15-23) 3 11 .214 ?H x—Donates first-half champion; over-all season records in parenthe- S6S* Yesterday's Results Bloomington 3, Peoria 1 Springfield 4-7, Galesburg 3-3 Today'* Games Macomb at Springfield (Lanphier Park), 7:30 p.m. Charleston-Mattoon at Bloomington (Wesleyan Stadium), 2, 3:15 p.m. Thursday's Games Galesburg at Peoria (Meinen Field), 2. 6 p.m. Only game scheduled. Northrup Scores Detroit's right fielder Jim Northrup slides into home plate and scores in seventh inning of first game of doubleheader with the Brewers at Milwaukee Tuesday. Tigers designated game 6-5. hitter Gates Brown singled to Brewers right fielder Bob Collucio, who threw the ball past catcher Da^rell Porter. Detroit won the Tigers end for successive doubleheaders with Charlestan-Maitoon at Knox's Blodget Field. Springfield led 2-1 after the - r first inning and then broke it m g+m ^ M~ open with five runs in the third. _JL/vwo w pringfield got seven hits in the iniMiig with 10 men coming to the plate. Gary Bradley, Pioneer first 9 1 illy Martin Has Laugh n i reivers By FRED McMANE UPI Sports Writer Billy Martin is having what Martin said early in the Michael, Matty Alou and Roy season. Well, the fans the!being asked to dress baseman, had two for three and| last laugh on the Milwaukee Brewers. drove in a pair of runs with a double in the second game. Billy Wcdfall went two for two and scored a pair of runs. The Brewers were planning to have some fun with Martin tonight prior to their game with le Detroit Tigers by holding "Chinese Aviation Night/' a sort of mock tribute to the Tigers' manager tor his deroga- staitement earlier this tory Big hits of the 4-run fifth in the opener were a triple by the winning pitcher, Roy Jackson, and a 2-run homer by Emal Vcrban - season Galesburg. pennant chances, third baseman, had three hits ki three trips to the plate in the first game. Tom Steen, who blanked the Caps for the first four innings, went the route for the loss. were up as Bob Szczecinski, about the Brewers' Hoscheidt FIFTH De Kalb Red (J. Schmidt) 7.80 3.40 2.80 Tudor Bold (P. Tedrick) 6.00 3 00 Fighrter Pilot (C. J. Gilbert) 3,0n Time 47.2 Ouinnlla 4 *r 7. Pnid $14.20. 9TXTH RACK: (4 Furlongs)-- ... PflBEf Datfi (S. VPiH 5.00 3.20 4.20, WlUl The White Sox beat the Cubs 9-2 Tuesday night in the first game of the best two-out-cf- three games World Series in the Little League Tournament being held at O. N. Cualer Park this week. In the fifthnplaice playoff Tuesday, the Pirates dumped the Athletics 104. The Dodgers defeated the Tigers 12-5 in the sixthwplace playoff Monday night. The Cubs and White Sox were scheduled to their first play game Monday, but it was rained cut. The two teams meat in and Cardinals battling in the nightcap. Eric Benge went three for three at the plate and hit a home run to lead the Sox to victory over the Ouibs. Mitch McMillan sJruck out 13 batters en route to victory, while Kevin Taylor was the losing hurter. In Monday's game, Steve Barstow was the winner as he patched a 1-hitter against the Tigers. Loser was Mark Trimble. Offensive leader was'Carl Cox with three base hits four Grarnd Holltr Rink ab r hi G Cisco 4 0 2 Holcomb 3 0 0 Sundberg 110 Jo Van'Flt 4 0 0 Ji Van'Flt 3 2 1 Dickson 3 0 1 Reiber 3 10 Goff 0 0 0 Rg Pls'bry 0 0 0 F Cisco 3 1 1 Ro Pls'bry 2 0 0 Hansen Kohl Salsman Shelley M Felz O'Connor Parker Mead F Felz Hill Olde Muiic ab r h 3 12 4 1 2 3 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 3 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 1 Total 26 5 51 Total Score by innings: Grand Roller Rink Olde Music !8 4 8 012 002 0-5 100 110 r 2nd Game Galesburg ab r h 4 0 1 3 2 2. Hm'r'dng'r 2 0 1 Bradley 3 0 2 Szczecinksi 10 1 Purcell 2 0 0 Miller 4 0 1 Bollman 3 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 10 0 1 1 0 Br is key Mackie Walker Kreke Total 27 3 7 Sclco Verban Marshall Bennett Werth Springfield ab r h 4 1 4 1 3 2 3 0 1 3 1 2 0 0 0 "If the Milwaukee Brewers are a pennant contender, then I'm a Chinese aviator,' 9 was Chinese aviators tonight and Martin is supposed to participate in tiie pre-game ceremonies. But (the joke isn't really going to be on Martin after all. The Tigers saw to that Tuesday night by sweeping a doubleheader from the Brewers, 6-5 and 9-4. The twin loss dropped the Brewers 7% games behind ^ the American League East Division leading New York • - * * j j ^ - * * * Yankees, who defeated Boston, 3-4, and Martin may prove to 2 1 1 Former Twellman 3 0 1 Murphy 3 11 Lee 2 10 Webber 3 0 1 Total 28 7 10 Score by Innings: Galesburg - ...100 020 0—3 Springfiefd .205 000 x—7 lp h r erbbto Walker (L 4-5) 2'/ 3 5 5 5 1 3 Kreke .. . 3% 5. 2 2 1 3 Weber (W 2-0) 7 8 3 3 5 11 Eagle* ab r h J Wl'lm'sn 4 2 3 Kramer 3 Carter 4 Vargas 1 Bacon 2 Glas'nvich 3 S Wl'lm'sn 2 0 1 Ekiss Mar'tn'sn 2 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 2 Gale Ward ab r h SrSith Ru Riley 2 0 1 Ra Riley 2 0 0 Doss 2 0 0 Duyer 111 B Diehl 3 0 0 McKillip 3 0 0 Hagge 111 3 0 0)T Diehl 2 0 0 3 1 OlDownard 2 0 0 0 0 0 trips to the plate. iu „ OA mu J ... M ^k Makeever hurled a 2!the 7:30 game Thursday night ^ ^ ^ Athletics, and „ fl u# .with Ihe Yanfcges mi Giants:c • A „« enb W Q.h Q uAin„«*, ^ rireii«hier§ GO Keiiv GO u. Long) :i.4o 3 fio j j j th 5 . 45 ^ t t b t e v e Schwab, although the D. DeLomba) «.20 W "1| B I » Hie 3. W SlJl. Tonights action has the In- Total 25 9 9 Score by innings: Eagles Gale Ward Total 18 2 3 lit Game ab r h 4 0 0 2 1 1 Hoscheidt Westfall HmVdng'r 4 0 1 Bradley 4 0 1 Szczecinski 3 ab r h 2 3 Former Verban Marshall Bennett Werth 070 20 010 01 0 MUler Bollman Purcell Briskey Steen Total ! Galesburg Springfield 3 0 2 Twellman 2 1 3 3 0 1 Lee 0 0 Murphy 0 ljSelgo 0 O'Jackson 1 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 Wyoming 16-1 Victim Of Scrappers Power at the plate boosted the Scrappers to a 16-1 victory over Wyoming at 0. N. Custer Park Sunday night. The Scrappers, gfiris' softbaU team, pounded out 24 base hits in 42 times at bat and belted two home runs. Asher hit a home run over the fence in the third kma-ng, wh£e Fero hit an instiide^he-park homer in the 1 c,to *Z sixth I three " nin Detroit its victory in the opener White preceded Murcer's hit. Murcer 'also singled home an earlier run. Tommy Harper and Carlton Fisk homared for the Red Sox. Jim Palmer tossed a three- hitter as Baltimore remained one game behind the Yankees with a victory over the Indians. Palmer, boosting his record to 13-6, notched his fifth straight victory. Earl Williams supported him with a homer while Charlie Spikes homered for the Indians. Rookie David Clyde pitched a four-hitter for seven innings in sparking the Rangers to their ninth triumoh in 11 triumph in. 11 gmaes. be right before the season is! Clyde, only 18, gave up one run over. In other AL games, Baltimore Texas beat California, Oakland nipped Minnesota, 4-3 in 11 innings, and Kanssa City edged Chicago, 24. The Tig&ris' doubleheader sweep stretched their winning streak to seven games and and relieved by Bill hrowing his moved was Gogolewski after allotted number of 100 pitches, topped Cleveland, 5-1 'Bob Oliver bad a homer for the 4-2, 1 Angels. Ray Fosse's sacrifice fly in the 11th inning enabled the A's to defeat the Twins and brought Ken Holtzman his 16th victory. Deron Johnson opened the 11th with a double (and pinch-runner John Odom moved to third seven them to games within two Shea, Fero and Olson all knocked out four hits in five trips to the plate to lead the Scrappers. Thompson was the winning pfitcher as she altawsd Wyoming seven hits in 26 at bats.! Dixon was the loser. . . , ... AT wjien Jerry Terrell dropped a ffTAVfi 80 ? ™ f lthraw m a forC3 Play Odom East. Bill Freehan's single m scored on Fosse's fly ball. the seventh inning gapped a Rich Reicbaoxlt * playing in rally that gave, fw ^ firgt time sjnce and home Gates runs by Brown, Dick McAuliffe and Jim Northrup proved decisive in the nightcap. he left the White Sox to become a free agent, doubled in two first inning runs to give Kansas City its victory. Paul Splittorff, with ninth inning relief help, Bobby Murcer's two-run sin- registered his 14th triumph, gle capped a three-run ninth Dick Allen, out since June 28 the Yankees; when he suffered a broken bone r '•V Janies Juror ( Time 48.2 SEVENTH RACE: (6i,& Furlongs) Sweet Chateau (J. Canlglia) 6.40 3.20 2.60 Slips Fancy (G. Blrzer) 2.60 2.40 Commander's Lady (J. Compton) 3.00 m Time 1:20.1 Qufcella 3 & 6. Paid $7.80, EIGHTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Lynn's Charmer (J. Compton) G.00 3.60 2.60 Short Cape (T, McNerney) Whispering Fisher (G. Podlinski) 2.80 2.20 2 40 Time 1:13.1 NINTIf HAC-K: f54 Kur(ongfi)— Or>*»ra*nr Plnnse n«t !.h"nn (O T 'ndHnski) I Ponii'i 1],. AnfUM dians and Braves squaring off in the opener a'nd the Red Sox Hole-in-One Is Highlight At Bunker loser, gave up only four hits. The Pirates' Dan Bitcon went two for three as did the Ath letics' Rick Smith, Pirates Nemeth Bitcon Nordgren ibih 3 0 0 3 0 2 4 1 1 B JVk'vich 3 1 0 Anderson Makeever 4 0 OJBuck 3 2 0 2 1 Torn Bennett's MII V.nnjlvRh'lighted play hole-in-one at Bunker Cheesman 3 Swanson 12 0 J H'k'vich 2 1 0 Shive 2 Alhlttlct I *b f h DeJaynes 1 0 0 S Schwab 2 1 0 Smith 3 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 Holt Timn Qulnella 1 & 3. PaUl $2<?.B0. J 1 ,^!Links golf course last week. D Schwab 1 0 0 Woolridge 2 0 0 Howcrter 0 1 0 Hendricks 0 0 0 1 O'Carson 2 1 0 iBoonc 2 I 0 'Masterson 1 0 0 S McBrirlP .'i 0 0 n McBride 1 0 0. ab t h Fritz 3 0 1 Lee 3 2 1 Pickrel 3 1 1 Do Mc'Klp 4 2 3! De Mc'Klp 4 1 Rozynek 2 1 Hopkins 3 2 Smith 3 1 Scudder Club 19 ab r h 4 0 1 3 1 :t 3 0 1 2 2 0 2 ^ l e-n (T- 3-7^ Jackaon (W 3-2) 1 0 1 1 2 10 Begulski Blue Seller Kimble B Parkin 1 0 0 Felz 3 0 1 Wolfe 2 0 0 D Parkin 1 0 0 Palmer 3 0 0 Turner McKie MaKeever 0 0 0 100 10 0 Total 27 11 91 Total 24 3 6 Score by innings: Firefighters 010 451—11 Club 19 201 000— 3 810[ Total 22 4 7 010 110 0—3 u.xoa was tne loser. ! inning rally as T rTrsobhj Tfre Scrappers scored in fcnir came from behind to defeat the in his left leg, returned to the 10 3 2 8 J' of the seven innul 'S s - Wyoming's Red Sox. Felipe Alou started lineup for the White Sox and ".only seore came n the fourth the ninth inning uprising with a collected three singles in four ! homer and singles by Gene! ait-bats. Wyoming ip 7 Chargers Pick Stars fram; Scrappers The have IRVINE, Calif. (UPI) San Diego Chargers named two of football's all time superstars to captain their offense and defense this season. Quarterback Johnny Unitas will handle the offense and defensive end Deacon Jones the defense. Adams Shea Hungate Brooks Fero Olson Williams Thompson Asher ab r h 5 3 2 5 3 4 5 1 1 5 1 3 5 1 4 5 2 4 4 2 3 4 0 0 4 3 3 Dawson King Breeze Tracy Dreeser Woodford 3 0 0 ab r h 3 0 1 3 0 1 3 1 1 3 0 1 3 0 1 McCurdy Meaker Dixon 3 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 Total 26 1 7 Total 42 16 24 Score by innings: Scrappers 203 065 Wyoming 000 100 0 0—16 - 1 Bennett, 14, ^red the shot'...Total i!B 10 4 of the week with a 5-iron on the 155-yard hole No. 12. Other shots of the week were Pirates Aihletics Fullback Lee White, Dodgers Vasquez Barstow Galloway M Colvin 4 P Wliii P H H irr.fi ! mVlNE, Oalif. (UPI) -! who'eafflc threes by Larry Johnson, T A\ «,« c on nioan Kob Coe Jr - Bill Serdahl, All unexpectedly left the San Diegc gQlfers madfi ^ eagles| Ch p i "gers training camp last on ^ \ saisman Coe, Bill Fox, Jim Wetherbee MJxon f«m rirrfpssional fociiball, team and Sam Swanson pasted the top^ia -s rounds of the week with 69s, 1 Huued V ge n*. . * u n u n -, na r.t *v, a whi!e J °e Rodeffer carded 70 Brown Tne top draft choice of the am , Bm Kirkendall 71 _ Total 23 4 2 020 020 6—10 002 002 X— 4 Bill Utz Seeks Viclon YOUR • VOLKSW r Tifl«rt ibih 2 1 0 \ aanounced his retirement rp^kepman said Tuesday. ab r h 1 2 olAnderson 2 0 OjStrahlman 2 1 0 4 2 2IP Reed 3 0 0 2 2 ULeroy 4 2 3!Trimble 2 1 liCorpus 1 1 0|P Tadie 0 1 O'Curry 1 0 I'M ReM 1 0 O'M Tadie 0 1 Oi 1 0 0' 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 KNOXVILLE - Bill Utz of Sedalia, Mo., is only one driver of a field of more than 30 entered for the International Motor Contest Association's racing doubleheader Friday and Saturday nights at the Knox County Fair. Utz might be considered just Larson of Solomon, Kan. driv- another driver in the field, but ing the No. 18 car and Ralph this Missouri speedster is a Blackest of Pes Moines, Iowa, He closed out the 1972 season ranked No. 19 in the IMCA official point totals. He is currently tied for the No. 13 slot witti Jerry Camfield of Argenita, 111. Dave Van Patten has announced that he will field two cars for the races here with Roger Sandi I Total New York Jets in 1968 after a 0w en and Mary Cash, junior £5£» brilliant college career at .girls, shot 85 and 87, respective- Weber State, White suffered aj'iY. and Jim Johnson led the sen-| Cub$ broken ankle his rookie season 1 ^ men with a 78. 20 12 81 Total 16 5 1 000 500— 5 081 122—12 andyiever fulfilled his potential. | Dr. M. Marvelli, Dr. P. HO~ riic-rne, Walt Buswell and Ron TOMORROW T'7ie to !;isuiale WHITE'S PHONE 513-0185 Stanley M Holt K Taylor Sibley A Holt Graflouliere fired a best bair Harvey Executive .rcn'c-: n Tavlor of 67 in the score !.or»!?ue. Weekenders Harry Strahan, Morgan Gene Bulkeley, Larry Batvow- Chane - V man. John GuJitz and Wimpy Total 1 i .. .1 nn_ i CUb .S ibrh 3 0 OIBenge 3 1 I'LaFollette 3 2 3 1 HMcMullan 3 2 1 0 0Volley 3 0 O'ElHson o n.Te Sirith o 1 «au*e r 2 2 anver to reckon with. He started the 1973 sprint car campaign driving the No. 19 Dave Van Patten Chevy. He fared well in Eldon, Iowa, May 30, finishing fifth in the feature. Utz is coming off an impres- 2 o o;Stve victory, capturing the 30? j» o;' ap Omaha City feature held While Sox ibrh 4 3 3 2 1 in the No. 19 car. Larson, after closing out the 1972 season in a 3-way tie tot: the No. 21 spot in the official standings has decided the time is right to move upward. Larson is currently in the No. 9 slot, looking hard upon the 75 points that spread from the No. o oTownse-Mi 2 n o'June 23. He won in the Dave 5 to No. 9 positions. 2 0 (I CbiMer^ Blackburn n 0 n Tn Strith 0 n o Perkins 1 0 0 Meartv 21 2 3 Total Snodgrass also had 67s. White SON 1 0 ](i van Patten car. : Time trials for the racing i (i o Viz has left the Corn Belt shows will begin promptly at 7 " 0 " Hacing Team and is now chauf-p.m. and racing will commence 25 A 8 fering the No. 56 Dean Hath -I &t 8 p.m. National Speedways, 32? 00X --B ^n Chevy. 'Inc. will officiate at the races. VACATION READY! Summer Oil Lube Valve Adjustment Tune Up Tires Exhaust System Body Work Strviet Dtpt. Open Mon. 8 to 9 PM Tuti. thru Fri. 8 to 5 Let John Turner and his f«»ory traintd m«ch«ni«« Help you have a pleasant vacation. MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW (309) 343*5191 GALESBURG iii:;.';^ VOLKSWAGEN r INC. Bill Viz

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