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M GoltsburQ Rcaisffer-MoilKGalesbMrQ, (H. Wednesday, Aug. 8, 1973 Legion Post 285 Leaves for State Tourney By LARRY ANDERSON " 1 (Staff Writer) I American Legion Post 285 was m to leave. Galesburg this after- ^iwrti'to make the 239-mile trip lo'Xarlyle for the State Tounva- •t * ment which begins Thursday. TV Legion held a practic* on Monday and Tuesday and then prepared to begin the long journey at 4 o'clock. Post 2S5 earned the right to compete in the state tournament Division winner* in the state tournament an toll wood (35-8), first division; Mundeleln (36-16), second: GalCsburf (27-9), third; Lincoln (30-31), fourth, and Highland (32-9), fifth. Carlyle (29-15) is tourney host. # I Kevin Jackson by winning the championship in the Third Division Tournament at H. T. Custer Park Sunday afternoon. Galesburg will play the first game of the state meet at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. "The kids are loose. They feel they can do it (win the state title) and morale is great," reports Legion coach Fred Stevens, who is in his second year. Galesburg will meet Bell wood, first division champs out of Chicago, in the first game of the tourney. Because of the bracketing setup, if the locals should win that game they will play again at 5:90 against host Carlyle. However, Galesburg will not play until 1 p.m. Friday if the Legionnaires lose in the first game. The state meet is a 6-team, double elimination tournament with the championship game scheduled lor Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Only 10 games will be played unless an 11th is necessary to break a tie, Post 285, which finished the regular season with a 24-9 record, won the division title undefeated last weekend. As hosts the Legionnaires had the first* round bye but then defeated Pekin 0-4, Rock Island 10-5 and Canton 8-5 in the championship contest. Last year the local Legion team was knocked off the tournament trail on the district level, but two years ago Post 285 won it all under the direction of Jim Isaacson, now Galesburg Pioneers coach. Stevens' game plan for the tournament is to exploit the team's offensive potential and hope the pitching corps holds up against stiff state opposition. "We're going to utilize cur team speed and keep up the good defense and dutch hitting and hope that we get some steady pitching," he explains. "If our kids put it together, they can play with anybody in Jerry Bllrt Fred Stevens the state. In mis tournament they look like they're peaking." Using the same rotation he used in division play, Stevens will send Kirk King, 5-2, to the mound in the first game. In the second game, ace hurler Bob Berry, H till take the starting nod. Berry, who has come on strong this season, led the team during the regular season with a 1.32 ERA. King had a 2.33 earned run average. Mark Thiel, who led the team with a .385 batting average during the regular season, also paced Galesburg in the division tournarment. The catcher was .400 at the plate with two home runs — his seventh and eighth of the year. Ron Nelson kept up his .350 pace in the tournament, while Mike Thompson went .333 and Kevin Jackson at .290 was below his .307 regular season mark. Jerry Blixt, .367, will probably be rejoining the team alter missing Sunday's championship game. Blixt suffered a hairline fracture of his thumb. Stevens will "go with the same lineup that put us where Tovrnaarat Schedule 10:00 a jn.—Beliwood vs. Oales- bttftf l:0Op.m.—Lincoln vs. Highland 5:30 p.m."-Carlyle vs. winner Game 1 8:15p.m.—winner Came 2 vs. _ Mundeietn re nut, l:00fr.m.—loser Game l vs. loser Came 4 S:30p.ifi .—-loser Game 2 vs. loser Game 3 8:15 p.m.—winner Game 3 vs. winner Game 4 Saturday 1:00 p.m.—winner Game 5-vs. winner Game 6 8:00p.m.—loser Game TVs. winner .Game i Sunday • 1:3o p.m.—winner Game 7 vs. winner Game 9 4:30p.m.—Playoff (if necessary): an unknown quantity. "Lincoln we've played and beaten but we don't have any information on the other teams," says Stevens. "We're going to play one ball game at a time." we are." Batting order will be Jackson, shortstop; Ron Nelson, third base; Thiel, catcher; Louie Vitali, center field; Rick Wilder, left field; Blixt, right field; Thompson, second; Robbie Johnson, first, and the pitcher. Most of the teams at state are Ron Nelson Pioneers Split Pair 7-6, 6-4 In Final Games of Season GaJesburg.snapped a long los- mathematically eliminated from ? 4ng streak "on the front end of a doubleheader Tuesday night ^ but lost the nightcap in a game f "that saw everyone doing "some• .one else's thing." The Pioneers won the opener 7-6 behind Mike Bollman's power hitting at H. T. Custer Park before losing to Bloomington 64 Jn the "fun" game. the CICL second half title race the night before, piayed it straight with their normal lineup in the nightcap that was the final game of the season. But Galesburg mixed it up with all the players getting aL ^GFIELD - ,Weld a 12-12 mark at the midway point. Alter that they won only live and lost 17. In the first game Bloomington went ahead with a 2-run Caps Win Title chance to play positions of tteirl def * ated Charleston-Mattoon 3-2 fin the second game of a double- f header played here Tuesday choice. It was ». Botate, wMch had beenjh* F^^SSgff^m The* Caps had dropped the opener 1-0 before winning the nightcap. They were to play C-M, first-half champion, in a 1-game playoff today at Mattoon. Major League Box Scores Oakland Cp'n'ris North Bando 3 2 3 0 Jackson 5 12 1 Johnson 3 111 .Tenace 3 111 Hegan 0 0 0 0 Cn'iglro 0 O 0 1| Dv'al'ilo 0 0 0 0 Alou 5 1.2.1 Fosse 5 0 2 0 Green 2 0 11 Blue 0 0 0 0 Cam* 1 Detroit abrhbl ab t hbl 5 12 2 |Stanley 3 0 2 0 4 11 0,Taylor 5 12 1 Kaline 4 12 2 Horton 5 0 0 0 Howard 3 0 0 0 |G Brwn 0 0 0 0 I Brwn 1 0 0 0 Sharon 3 0 0 0 Fr'man 3 2 2 .1 Rd'rigz 4 0 10 Brk'mn 4 0 0 0 Lolich 0 0 0 0 Miller 0 0 0 0 Fingers 0 0 0 OlFarmer 0 0 0 0 Knowles 0 0 0 OlSchr'mn 0 0 0 0 Chicago ab r h bl Ks'sn'gr 4 0 1 OiRose Locker 0 0 0 0 " Pop'vich 3 0 0 0 Williams 4 0 0 0 Cr'denal 3 0 10 Fanzone 2 0 0 0 Thrn'tn 3 0 0 0 Rudolph 3 0 0 0 Hiser l 0 0 0 Beckert 10 o 0 Reuschel2 0 0 0 Hick'mn 1 0 0 o Monday 0 0 0 o Cincinnati ab r hbl 4 0 2 0 Morgan 4 111 Dris T sn 4 0 2 0 Perez 3 0 10 Menke 0 0 0 0 Bench 3 0 10 Tolan 2 0 0 0 Gr'n'mo 3 0 2 0 Chancy 3 0 0 0 Gullett 3 0 0 0 Total 35 8 15 8! Total 35 4 9 4 Cirlcfnnati Score by innings: Cincinnati Total 27 0 2 0 Score by innings: homer but the Pioneers came back to tie it up on Gary Bradley's shot to left with Bollman on base. Another 2-run homer for the Bobcats regained the lead for the visitors in the third inning. Rick McCarthy cut the defr Oakland wDetroit •m • •• t^BIue (W 11-7) ... •"""fingers . •^Knowles ^Xolich (L 11-11) .. w Miller. . .^Farmer ••. \Scherman 100 200 032—8 210 000 010—1 lp h r ar bb to . 8 >3 0 4 4 6 2 'n 0 0 0 . > 3 0 0 . 7 10 5 . 1 2 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 1 1 2 0 0 1 DP — Chicago 1. LOB — Chicago 4, Cincinnati 5. 2B — Geronimo. HR — Morgan (17). SB — Driessen. S — Popovich. Fanzone. Total 29 1 9 1 ooo ooo ooo—o ^ 10 0116 for the Pioneers in ooo 000 10x— 1 scored the go-ahead run on a hit to left by Bob Brisky. Later in the inning Bill Westfall walked and with two outs Bollman doubled to bring in the two runs which proved necessary to the Pioneer cause. In the second game Bloomington scored four runs, two of them unearned, in the first inning with the' help of two Pioneer errors. There were three hits in the inning. After that Barry Koeneke pitched good ball but allowed single runs in the second and fourth. Big hit for the Pioneers in the second game was a 2-run double by Bob Walker in the fourth inning. Bloomington Galeabntg ab r h ab r h Kyes 3 10 Westfall 3 11 Lyall 4 1 1 Hoscheidt 4 0 1 Carter 3 3 2 Bollman 3 2 2 Colby 4 11 Bradley 4 11 Crawley 3 0 0 Miller 3 0 1 Ogle 3 0 2 Purcell 3 0 0 Laesch 4 0 OlMcCarthy 2 2 1 Juday 3 0 OlBriskey 2 11 Stoddard 3 0 UMackie 3 0 1 RonGhidina Records 68 In State Am Lolich pitched to two batters in 8thr Farmer pitched to two batters in Oth. ^rSim 'ns Torre rrfiReit* —Carbo Tyson Murphy Pena New York lb r hbl 0 1 1 0 0 St. Touts ab r hbll 5 12 llHahn 5 1 1 llMillan 5 2 2 liStaub 5 0 3 OlMilner 4 0 3 2|Jones 4 1 1 OIGarrett 3 0 0 OlDyer 4 0 1 olMr'tn'z 10 0 OjSadecki 1 10 0 ofCapra 10 0 0 McBride 0 0 0 OlMc'Grw 10 0 0 Hrb'sky 0 0 0 0 rf-mlj^?— rt_11 * fx n r\ Reuschel (L 12-9) Locker . .. Gullett (W 13-8) . 7 1 . 9 Cleveland ab r hbl| Bell 6 0 0 OiJeter Williams 6 1 3 llKelly Chm'bls 5 12 n|Orta Ellis 5 11 1 n'Spikes 6 12 2 ,, Hn'drck 5 0 11 r ar bb to 1116 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 7 Chicago ab r h bi 6 12 1 6 0 0 0 Total 30 6 71 Total the fourth when he walked,! Bl0 ^f n *^ nlnn,n « s went to second on a passed" ' baffl, stode third and scored on a single by BiH Westfall. BoiHman lod off the fifth inning with a home run blast that tied the game at 4-4. In the seventh, McCarthy led off with a single, stole- second 27 7 n 1 2 1 1 2 1 0 12 1 1 0 0 10 2 2 0 0 1 1 Torres 4 0 Duffy 4 0 Ragland 4 1 BrTuner 1 0 Tm'r'mn 0 0 Hl'gn'df 0 0 0 0 Sanders 0 0 0 0 0 0 J; C M R»H IOOO p^Segut oooo l'? Total 38 '5 13 fi'l Total 33 6 11 5 Score by innings: • -St. Louis 103 001 000—5 ..-'New York 122 100 OOx—6„, , , •-- VT '•- Bcitz. Hrabosky, Garrett. Cleveland TiET 1 St. Louis 1. New York 2. LOB cl H£aS° Total 46 311 S 420 oi and went to third on a throw| I \ \ ing error by the catcher. He 3 0 10 Melton May IMuser H'dr'sn H Allen 0 Hr'atn 2 Brd'frd 5 Hr'mnn 4 0 2 0 Stone 0 0 0 0 Brk'mn 0 0 0 0 Leon 4 110 Wood 0 0 0 0 B J'an 0 0 0 0 Bld'win 0 0 0 0 Acoata 0 0 0 0 202 000 2—fi Galesburg 200 113 x—7 E — Juday, Bollman, Colby. LOB — B-7: G-n. RBI — Carter 2, Colby 2, Crawley, Ogle, Bollman 3, Bradley 2, Westfall. Briskey. 2B — Carter, Stoddard. Ogle, Miller, Bollman. Mackie. SB — McCarthy 2, Westfall. lp h f ar bb to Stoddard (L 4-5) . 7 9 7 7 3 7 Mackie (W 3-3) . 7 7 6 6 2 7 WP — Mackie. HBP — Carter. Mackie. PB — Colby. Umpires—Sturgeon, Carlton. Time—2:12. PEKIN, 111. (UPI) - Ronald Ghidina of Peoria shot a sizzling 4 under par 68 Tuesday to grab the first round lead in the 43rd annual' Illinois Amateur golf tournament at the 7,050- yard, par 72 Pekin Country Club. John Phillips of Springfield was pace with 69 and D. A. Weit- ring of Quincy and Pat Keen of Tuscola were tied at third with 70s. The Galesburg contingent competing in the state amateur were led by Bob Coe Jr. with a 74, Dave Cox 76 and Sam Swanson 77. Doug Mills, a former Galesburg resident now playing out of Champaign, had a 1-over par 73. Other Galesburg scores turned in were an 82 by Bill Kirkendall, an 83 by Jim Wetherbee, 85 by Doug Allensworth and an 89 by Jim Nixon. Former Galesburg resident Art Stevens, now at Evanston, carded an 83. The cut will be made after the second round today with the 30 lowest players competing for the title. Horseshoe Week Climaxes With National Tournament Horseshoe Week (Aug. 6-12) in Galesburg, as officially proclaimed by Mayor Robert Cabeen, climaxes Sunday with the Galesburg Horaealioe Club's 15th annual National Open Tournament. The national tournament, in rnunps oi opru«iii e .u- largMt ^ ^ ^ ^ bg second—one stroke off the| . °. 'played on the Lincoln Park courts. The 16-court layout is rated one of the best in the country. Many of the top players in the country, including Glen Henten, defending champion of Maquoketa, Iowa, will be competing in the tourney. Henten placed sixth in the World Tournament last year and wiU be coming directly from this year's world tournament at Eureka, Calif.. Also back will be Ray Martin, East Moline Race Results 11 \ ^Indianapolis, Evansville In 5-0 ,4 -2 TUte outa when winning run Two scored Score by innings: 311 000 Total 46 6 14 6 By United Press International It was a standoff Tuesday night as Indianapolis and Evansville renewed their Ameri- Bloomingion ab r h Kyes DeAngelis Lyall Curran Carter Crawley Ogle Stoddard Laesch Juday Jones Uncer 0 l,Walker 1 OlMUler 0 OlPurcell 1 llWestfall 1 2 Bradley 1 OJBollman 0 0 Steen 0 OlMcCarthy 1 lJKlein 1 1 [Briskey 0 OIKrcke 0 OtMackie IKoeneke IHoscheidt Galesburg ab r h 4 0 0 4 1 1 10 0 2 1 1 2 0 1 10 0 4 0 1 4 0 0 0 10 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 31 4 6! Standings, Box Scores For Class B Standings American Division W American Business Clubs 7 'Eagle Food Center . - 7 Gates Misfits 5 Rod 's East End Tap 5 Gates Giants — 2 National Division W Admiral • Goodyear 3 Road Knights S Grady's 2100 Club 4 Gates Finishers 2 FIRST RACE: (7 Furlongs)— High Dyke Road (J. Long) 3.00 2.60 2.C0 Third Charger (P. Tedrick) 12.00 4.00 Sweet Owen (J. Gill) 7.00 Time 1:20.2 SECOND RACE: (5>.J Furlongs)— DeKalb Red (D. DeLomba) 4.40 2.80 2.80 Jay Ralphl (S. Vail) 2.80 2.80 Claverdon (J. Caniglia) 4.60 Time 1:07.3 Daily Double 3 & 1. Paid $8.40. THIRD RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Forth Bird (G. Podlinskl) 8.00 3.60 2.20 Love Car (P. Tedrick) 9.00 2.60 Hikari (M. Cariglio) 2.20 Time 48:2 FOURTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— ' S.S. Policy (L. Jensen) 4.80 3.80 2.60 Li Return Try (D. DeLomba) 4.20 3.00 2 Ali's Pam (G. Podlinski) 3.80 Total 27 6 6f Total OOO 000 000—5 •7"~'"-<- —" • ' score by innings: 003 020 001—6 can Association warfare. Rioomin^on 410 100 0—6 'St: Louis 8. New York 8. i DP — Chicago 1. LOB — Cleve- Thpu snlit a dnnhlphpirW in G^iesbur? 101 200 0—4 Siremore Milner 2 Brock 'an'! 11. Chicago 10. lne y S P 111 a aOUDieneaaer in F — Jurlav. Kloin. Miller, Krekc. S — Capra, Millan. 2B Herrmann. 3B — Leon. HP. Indianapolis as league Warfare 1 OR — B -4: G " 8 - « B I — Laesch, • - •• ------ .— '15 K S — _„„ i r_n_...: .L. ui Di.. Carter, Crawley, Walker 2. B/adley/ ,Murphy (L 2-5) % 7 5 5 0 J^Pena 3 410 1 Hrabosky 2 0 0 0 2 Segui .. 1 0 0 0 0 Sadeckl .. 2'i 7 4 3 0 Capra (W 2 -5) —- 3% 3. 1 1 2 McGraw 3 3 0,00 Murphy pitched to two batters In B Johnson 3rd".. I Baldwin h rerbbso — Spikes (20), Melton ( 2 Leon, Ellis, Brinkham. SB — Wil- resumed lOllOWing the AU-btar s»ef>n. 2R — Juday. Walker. SB 0 Hams, Torres, Duffy, Melton 1 lp h 1 Timmerman 5 3 n 5 1 Hilgendorf -.- 3^ 6 1 Sanders (L 1-1) 3 0 Wood - -- l'-i 7 2','3 1 - 2 0 r erbbso i ame break at Omaha. 3 so ij The Triplets, last in Save — McGraw (13). WP • phjr, Hrabosky. Mur-|Acosta (W 6-2) ... 6 WP — Timmerman. the Klein, Miller. Curran, Laesch. SH- Jones. SF—Kyes. 0 ?:league's Eastern D i v i s i o n .jiS (W 2 " 3) 5-0 shutout IP . 5 . 2 6 . 1 r er bb so 4 3 5 5 h 6 0 0 0 5 6 3 10 0 Giants Hobbs Watson Davis Walker M Nocella T Nocella Semande Keneipp Carlson Welty 0 " scored a 5-0 shutout in the S oe " ek £. (L 5 " S) 13 .. ,. i. . i Hoscheidt 2 i opener while Indianapolis took WP — Jones. 2 4 the nightcap, 4-2. Tim P e: r Ti4 Carlton ' sturgeon Jet Players Have Contract Hassle With Weeb Ewbank ab r h! 4 1 II Wolf 1 2ILersch 0 3!Yulga 0 0 Robinson 0 OiB Darrah 0 o!T Darrah 1 rCassens 0 iVSage 1 SIGreene 0 OlWittle [Leahy [Miller Amburt ab r h 4 2 2 Time 47:4 (6% Furlongs)— 14.20 7.60 3.80 r l o o Total 29 4 101 Total 31 10 13 Score by innings: Giants 100 001 2— 4 Ambucs 200 181 1—10 Goodyaar rinlihars •kik ab i h Gomez 3 1 1 L Hn'ghn 3 1 1 Zarn 4 11 Conley 2 Hm'r'schdt 4 2 3 IK Hn'ghn 1 Sherlock 3 0 1 IWebber 2 Sekeres 4 3 3!Richrd'sn 2 Fortz 3 0 HE Wttr'ow 3 Hawkinson 2 1 2tC Wttr'ow 3 FIFTH RACE: Rose And Twist (L. Jensen) Swinging Wonder (J. Caniglia) 19.40 540 Willie Klsh (T. McNerney) 3.00 Qinella 1 & 4. Paid $86.60. _ SIXTH RACE: (5^ Furlongs)— Gogo Date (S. VaU) 6.40 320 2.60 Domination's Best (D. DeLomba) 4.40 3.20 Manhattan Miss (L. Jensen) 230 Time 1 :07 .1 SEVENTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— 2 Torrid Ted (L. Jensen) 5.00 5.20 2.60 l.'Bovs Camp (L. Antus) - 9.60 3.00 3 Rajani (J. Wash) 2.40 lj. Time 1 :30.1 li OuinelH 1 & 3. Paid $11 .40. Ol EIGHTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— 0 1 Lynn's Charmer 1! fP. Tedrick) 5.00 3.00 2.40 1 Hitter Joe (C. J. Gilbert) 3.80 2.60 !'Grey Interval (D. DeLomba) 3.00 ' Time 1:11 .2 (6',6 Furlongs)— former state champion and holder of five world records. Martin holds, the 100 - shoe qualifying record on the Lincoln Park courts with 292 out of a possible 300 points and won the tournament in 1963 and 1966. Others vying for the title are Ralph Maylakn, Milwaukee, Wis.; Bill Van Der Griff, former Iowa state champ; Elden Damarin, Peoria, and Woody Martin, Pekin. Defending champion Clint Sjurset, Elgin, will highlight ass B competition. Going against him will be Knox County champion Ross Somber ger and two former county champions, Casey Bettisworth and CKnt Van Dusen. Also entered are Walt Williamson, Galesburg; Booty Lange, Elgin, and Henry Franke, who placed third in the senior division of the world tournament and holds seven world records. Rick Pritzlaff, 15-year-old from Milwaukee, Wis., will be going for tine class C title after a victory in the Turkey Festival Tournament at Tremont. Opposing him are Paul Jensen, Warren County champion; John Law, Gerlaw; Arnold Lester, Galesburg; Harold Durrett, Peoria; Ken Wiles, Galesburg, and Floyd Hammitt, Pittsfield. ' By United Press International ; If there's one subject that can I rattle Weeb Ewbank's mind, it " has to be money. J Ewbank, the coach and " general manager of the New • York. Jets, isn't quite up to date on inflation these days. As the '!1 saying goes, he passes out .3 .'s as if they were ; manhole covers. Joe Namath is able to negotiate directly with owner . Phil Jselin and so he has a six- iigurje contract. But Ewbank is •-a totjjgh negotiator who likes to •'ikeep-the rest of the Jets stars '^t th* $50,000 figure. ! £4 her one of his two top ;-*i ih-rtwng backs, Emerson Bpozer d J^hn Riggins. wants to .': piay for that figure and they're 14,:!>. 'wo of !he many players on j JI13 squad who have refused to • bign. i But they're annoying Ewbank more than the other players. He gruffly announced Tuesday that the Jets can win without the two running backs. To back up his statement, he said he .von the 1959 NFL title with L. G. Dupree and Tom Matte in the backfield along with Alan Ame:he. I Well, Ewbank did win the NFL title in 1959 as head cca± of the Baltimore Colts. But Matte would have been surprised to see his name mentioned—to say nothing of Woody Hayes because in 1959, Matte was playing at Ohio State for Hayes. He didn't join th.3 Colts until 1961. Ewbank is offering Riggins. BJCZIT and s'ar tackle Winston Hill all about $53,000. Riggins isj asking for $150,000 and both; Boozer and Hill are asking for, $100,000. Riggins got $25,000 last One of the biggest names to year while Boozer made $40,000 be released was former all-pro and Hill $45,000. cornerback Herb Adderley, who Riggins has yet to join the was cut by Los Angeles. The team while Hill and Boozer are|R ams obtained him just two drilling with the second unit! weeks from New E , d after failing to play last week „ , . ... _ „ . f i against Houston. He P la >' ed Wlth Dallas last vear Among the other unsigned^ 1 is remembered mainly for| j players who are in action are his g reat saasons under Vince; Al Atkinson, Ralph Baker, Lombards in Green Bay. Richard Caster, John Elliott,, St - Louis picked up defensive Don Maynard, CI if fordiend Steve Boekholder from the McClain, Mike Taylor and Phil'Washington Redskins in return Wise i< , . . _ for an undisclosed draft choice. Cuts are Main Concern . „ ... Most of the other clubs were ,Imagme ' Geor & e Men S ave U P concerned Tuesday mainly!a P la y er for a draft choice. about cutting their squads down: In another deal, New England to the 60-player limit—not traded kicker John Smith to including Al'-S';'- gime Pittsburgh for a future draft players. Of course, the 'cams . hoice. still have 2J players to S'ICL - by The NFL exhibition season the start of the season. Most of resumes Friday night when the players cut were rookies, i Washington hosts Denver. Smith Kinnan HilRenberg London Total : Score by Goodyear Finishers 1 2 0 1 0 1 !Shargal 0 'Luna 21 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 NINTH RACE Venus Diver , (L. Jensen) 4.00 3.40 2.20 Miss Little River (D. DeLomba) 6.80 2.40 Kenlield (G. Podlinski) 2.20 Time 1:21.2 Quinella 1 & 7. Paid $10.00. 10 11 13' innings Total 21 1 5 100 031 Road Knights ab r h Sturgeon Cook Hallam Chase Grawey Timmons Probst Kistler Stewart Mason Wilford England Walters Price M Bair D Bair Legge Pickrel 2 Hick 3!McNell OlVericella 2IStranger 2iDavison S ! 0! Bradley Signs NEW YORK (UPI) - Bill , Bradley put off his political o o ! career for at least another year •Tuesday when he signed a one- 3. year salary for an estimated „„ ,.$150,000 with the NBA cham- nnn 1 124—nipion New York Knicks. Park D.piJ Bradley, a 6-foot-5 starting ab r h"! forward, averaged 18.6 points per game during the playoffs last season and is coming off his best year as a pro. The 30- year-old former Princeton All- America played in all 82 regular season games and was named to his first NBA All-Star team. 0 1 o o 0 2 1 2 i I 0 1 o o o o 1 o o 0 0 20 2 7 Total 25 1315 Total Score by innings: ! Road Knights 025 60—13 Park Dept. 000 20— 2 Colwell Wins CRANSTON, R.I. (UPI) Paul Colwell rolled to a 258-215 final victory in the $50,000 Starlanes-Ebonite Open Bowling Tournament Tuesday. Colwell, 23. from Tucson Ariz., won $5,000 as the winner of the tournament. His victim in the final was veteran Bill Johnson of New Orleans. LARRY'S Borber Shop (Ownsd and operated by Larry Johnson) 585 E. BROOKS ST. 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