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16 Golesbura ffoaUter-Moit, Golesburg, Itiday^ Aug t _ 10, 1973 McDonald's To Open Outstanding players from various parts of the Midwest will compete in the McDonald's Western Illinois Open Tennis Tournament this weekend at the Lakelawn Tennis Club. There is a total of $750 in prize money to be given away in the tournament which will start at 9 a.m. Saturday. The semifinals and finals are scheduled for Sunday. Some of the outsanding players entered are Harry Burrus, former Galesburg High School teacher and 2-time winner of the Iowa Open; Steve Dickinson, Iowa University star, and Bill James, semifinalist in the IHSA state tournament this spring. Young Mando Ramos May Retire From Boxing at 24 LOS ANGELES (UPI) Mando Ramos, the youngest man ever to win the world lightweight championship, apparently is all through. Making a comeback after an 11-month layoff, the 24-year-old Ramos was unceremoniously knocked out in five rounds by Tury "The Fury" Pineda of Mexico Thursday night. "Mando just didn't seem to have any steam," said Jackie McCoy, Ramos' manager. "I'll talk it over with him later and see if he decides to retire." A 3-1 favorite, the two-time former 135-pound titleholder from Long Beach, Calif., was no match for the swarming, wild-swinging Pineda. "I think Mando was in great shape)" said Bob Schuiman, Pineda's manager. "Tury was just the better fighter, that's all there was to it." The 21-year-old bomber from Mexicali ended the scheduled 10-round at 1:45 of the fifth by knocking Ramos out with a series of punishing left hooks and hard rights. Referee Dick Major League Box Scores Chicago Kelly Orta a Hair'stn 4 Melton 4 May 4 Muser 4 Hrr'mnn 4 Sharp 4 Leon 3 Forster 0 Acosta 0 •b t 4 0 hbl 1 2 1 1 Stanley Taylor Kaline Hortoti Nrth'rp Freehan Howard Brown Sharon McAlfe Rd'rl'gz Brk'mn Cash Reese Col'mn Detroit •b r hbl 4 0 0 0 0 0 Total 34 5 8 5 [ Total 34 4 10 4 Score by lnnlngo: Chicago ooo 030 oil- Detroit .loo on 010—4 E — Herrmann. DP — Chicago 1. LOB — Chicago 4. Detroit 8. 2B — Hairston. 3B — Orta. HR— Sharp (3). SF — Kaline, Orta, Sharon. lp h r tr bb IO Forster 7 8 4 2 3 4 Acosta (W 7-2) .. 2 2 0 0 0 1 Coleman (L 18-9) . 9 8 5 5 1 11 Forster pitched to one batter In 8 th. PB — Herrmann 2. T—2:37. A—18,369. Atlanta Garr Jackson Lurn Dietz Tp'dino Evans Aaron Baker Johnson Perez Cs'nova Morton N'bauer GoggUi Leon Devine House ab r 4 1 hbl I 1 HBrock Sz'more McCrv'r Sim'ns Torre Cruz Carbo Tyson Foster Mc'Brd Hrb'sky Segui Sprague Ml'n'dz St. ab 4 5 4 4 2 4 4 4 2 1 0 0 0 1 Louli i hbl 0 0 0 0 1 D 2 1 0 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 New York ab r Hahn B'chmp Millan Staub Jones Milner Grote Garrett Mr'tn'ez Koos'mn 2 Mays 1 hbl 0 0 Loi AngelM ab r h bl Lopes 4 11 Mota 4 Crw'frd 0 Davis 4 Garvey 4 Fr'g'son 3 Cey 3 PcWk 3 Russell 3 Osteen 2 Total 28 0 4 0 1 Total 30 110 1 Score by innings: New York — 000 000 000—0 Los Angeles -.000 000 01x—1 E — Koosman. DP — New York 1, Los Angeles 3. LOB — New York 2, Los Angeles 6. 3B — Lopes. S — Osteen ip h in bb io Koosman (L 8-13) 8 10 1 1 0 1 Osteen (W 13-5) - 9 4 0 0 1 3 T—1:48. A—24,737. Diego r hbl 2 3 1 1 3 0 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 Philadelphia ab r Tovar Unser Boone Mn'tn'z Lz'n'skl _ W Rb'sn 4 Lersch 0 Hutton 1 Wilson Brett Brandon Schmidt Harmon Doyle C Rb'sn Lonberg Pagan D W'lc« 0 Diorio 0 R'zn'ski 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 hbl 2 0 1 0 0 3 2 3 San ab J Mr'les 6 Grubb 4 Roberts Colbert Lee Kendall A'dr'sn JR Mr'ls Jones Cld'weU |Romo Lck'lear 1 Corkins 0 0 o 0 0 Total 37 811 7| Total 35 6 9 6 Score by innings: Atlanta 200 000 051—8 St. Louis 000 000 204—6 E — McCarver. DP — Atlanta 1, St. Louis 1. LOB — Atlanta 4, St.l Louis 7. 2B — Johnson, Torre. 3B — Garr.! HR — Johnson (30), Casanova <5j, Cruz (8). SB — Evans, Brock, Johnson. lp h r er bb so Morton 6 4 2 2 3 2i Neibauer (W 1-0) 1 0 0 o 0 1 Leon 1 2 3 3 1 1 Devine =321101 House '/a 1 0 0 0 0 Foster 7 4 2 0 2 6 Hrabosky (L 1-1) 0 2 2 2 0 0 Segui 1 3 3 3 0 1 Sprague 1 2 110 0 Total 49 911 8 1 Total 43 10 14 10 None out when winning run scored. Score by innings: Philadelphia ..003 000 240 00— 9 San Diego 303 003 000 01—10 E — Harmon, Roberts. DP — San Diego 2. LOB — Philadelphia 10, San Diego 8. 2B — Tovar, J. Morales, Roberts. 3B — R. Morales. HR — Roberts (11). S — Robert*. SF — Boone 2. ip h r er bb so Lonborg 3 6 6 4 2 3 D. Wallace 2'i 4 3 3 0 0 Diorio *i 1 0 0 1 1 Lersch — 1 1 0 0 0 2 Wilson 3 0 0 0 1 1 Brandon (L 1-4) .0 2 110 0 Jones 6'n 6 5 2 5 3 Caldwell l'b 2 4 4 3 2 Romo ... — 2>'a 3 0 0 1 1 Corkins (W 4-7) - 1 0 0 0 0 2 Brandon pitched to 2 batters In 11th.. WP — Jones. T—3:06. A—4,791. Young didn't even bother to count. A crowd of 8,196 which paid a {gross gate of $58,980 turned out at the Olympic Auditorium to see Ramos make his first start since losing his World Boxing (Council crown to Mexico's Chango Carmona on an eighth round knockout Sept. 15, 1972 Ramos took such a severe beating that he had to be hospitalized. Scoring his 21st victory—and 18th knockout—in his 23rd start, Pineda was way in front on all three officials' cards when the knockout came For Ramos, now 33-6, the defeat came only four years after he became—at 20—the youngest man in history to [capture the 135-pound crown with a victory over the late Carlos "Teo" Cruz. East Moline Race Results FIRST RACE: (4 Furlongs)Dance Gesture (G. Podlinski) 2.80 2.20 2.40 Cruiseramo (J. Wash) -2.80 2.40 Satin Lace (J. Schmidt) 3.60 Time .48 SECOND RACE: (5H Furlongs)— Wicked Wahine (G. Podlinski) 21.20 6.40 4.40 Aggies Reward (J. Wash) 3.40 3.20 Gay Villa (J. Caniglia) 3.80 _ Time 1:08.' Daily Double 2 & 2. Paid $45.20. THIRD RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Will Do It (J. Long) 18.00 8.20 4.20 Trouble Bay (G. Podlinski) 4.80 3.00 Elks Golden Hope (D. DeLomba) 2.80 Time 1:15.1 FOURTH RACE: (6 Furlongs)— Indian Warrior (D. DeLomba) 8.20 3.40 2.40 Elk City Boy (T. McNerney) 3.00 2.40 Bomboon (C. J. Gilbert) 2.20 Time 1:14 FIFTH RACE: (5% Furlongs)— Brownie's Boy (D. DeLomba) 9.40 4.80 2.80 Jeannie Bob (J. Long) 19.40 5.60 Mr. Parkmore (L. Jensen) • 2.60 Time 1:09.2 Quinella 4 & 6. Paid $63.80. SIXTH RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Wayward Doll (G. Podlinski) 7.80 4.40 2.20 Scorpions Bite (D. DeLomba) 5.00 2.60 Alibhai Joe (L. Jensen) 2.60 Time 48:4 SEVENTH RACE: (6«' a Furlongs) Cornville (D. DeLomba) 7.40 2.60 2.20 Two Robin Hoods (P. Tedrick) 2.40 2.10 Whisper When (J. Caniglia) 2.60 Time 1:23.4 Quinella 4 & 5. Paid $9.60. EIGHTH RACE: (5','a Furlongs)— Sure Date fS. Vail) 3.20 2.20 2.20 Zenith Of Hope (G. Podlinski) 2.40 2.20 House Speaker (L. Jensen) 2.20 Time 1:03 NINTH RACE (6 Furlongs)— Ain't A Saint (S. Vail) 2.80 2.40 2.C0 York Own (J. Gill) 14.60 7.60 Shady Angel (J. Caniglia) 5.60 Time 1:15.2 Quinella 1 & 2. Paid $40.00. Others who figure to make strong bids for championship honors are Bob Willett, Chicago teaching pro; Jim Naisbett, Chicago; Harry Speigel, Chicago, who was a semifinalist in the 1972 prep state finals. Among the title threats are Jeff Fifield, a tennis star for Galesburg who is now at Eastern Illinois University. Galesburg's Dave Parker, Illinois state champion and National Intercollegiate champion, was entered to play in the McDonald's tournament but had to withdraw because of mononeu cleosis. Dave is expected to start workouts soon and get back on the tournament tour. Mark Parker, brother of Dave, and outstanding young player in his own right will play in the tournament. There are two divisions in the tournament — men's and junior vets. Junior vets are for those 35 and over. Scrappers Victorious In Two Games Playing both home and away, the Scrappers, Galesburg girls softball team, defeated Abingdon twice. In the home game at O. N. Custer Park, the Scrappers won 8-4. They never trailed in the game. Thompson, Hungate, Brooks, Adams, Williams, Asher and Fero all contributed two base hits in the winning effort. For Abingdon Simkins, Turner and Almaguer also had two hits. The story was different in the game hosted by Abingdon. After taking an early lead, the local girls team had to overcome a 10-8 deficit with four runs in the top of the seventh inning. The Scrappers' Hungate and Abingdon's Simkins went four for four at the plate for their respective teams. Shea hit a grand slam home run in the first inning and Fero a 1-run homer in the fourth for the Scrappers. Scrappers Abingdon ab * h' Thompson 4 2 2 Olson Hungate Brooks Adams Williams Shea Asher Fero 5 0 1 3 12 3 0 2 4 0 2 4 0 2 2 2 0 2 2 ab r h White 4 ,0 1 Simkins 4 12 White 4 0 1 Cecil 41 1 McNeil 2 11 Kjellander 3 11 Turner 3 0 2 Sherman 3 0 1 2 1 2lAlmaguer 3 0 2 Total 29 815| Total 30 4 12 Score by innings: Scrappers 125 000 0—8 Abingdon 000 0C4 0—4 Scrappers Thompson Olson Hungate Brooks Adams Williams Shea Asher Fero ab r h 5 2 3 0 2 2 0 1 2 1 2 Simkins White Cecil McNeil Abingdon ab r h 4 2 4 3 3 2 4 1 3 4 0 Kjellander 4 0 0 Turner 4 0 0 Almaguer 4 11 Sherman 3 1 0 IBusshong 3 2 2 Total 37 12 241 Total 33 10 13 Score by innings: Scrappers 500 300—4—12 Abingdon 163 000 0—10 Legion Meet Is Postponed By Rainfall ' CARLYLE - Action in the American Legion Slate Toarna* ment here was postponed Thursday because of rain. Galesburg American Legion Post 285 was playing BeHwood in the first game of the tourney yesterday morning when rain forced the game to be stopped. At the time Gallesbung was leading 3-0 after three complete innings. Play began again this morn' img at 10 o'clock. Third division champion Gaiesfourg and first division winner Belwood' picked up in the fourth inning of their iMnnShg contest. Before cessation of play on Thursday, Post 285's Offense had already struck for a 3-run home run by left fielder Rick Wilder. Louie Vitali, who had walked, and Mark Thiel, who reached base on a hit, came] in on WiMer's blast. On the mound for Oateslburg is Kirk King, 5-2, who pitched the 64 Win over Pekin in the first game of the DMslion Tournament at H. T. Ouster Park last week. Through three innings, BeUiwood had not man aged to get a hit off of King. The BeHiwood pitcher had been tagged for the lilt by Thfiel and the homer for Wilder. If the local Legionnaires go on to win the game, they are grihediuiled to face host Oartyle (29-15) at 5:30 this evening. However, if Belwood should raiMy to defeat Gallesburg, the locals wil not play until 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Galesburg won the title in its own division tourney last weekend by stopping Canton 8-5 in line ohiaimpionsWip game Sunday. Post 285 had earlier beaten Pekin and Rock Island 16-5. 67 Women Golfers Play LPGA Meet WADSWORTH, 111. (UPI) A field of 67 women golfers tees off today in the $30,000 Ladies Professional Golf Association's Child and Family Services benefit and only three of the 25 top mioney winners were absent from the field. Judy Rankin, the tour's leading money winner this year with earnings of $55,093, was the favorite. Sporting the leading scoring average with 76.65 strokes per round, she will be seeking her fourth tournament win of the year. « Observers felt that even par- 73 on the 6,528-ytard Midlane Country Club course would win the $4,500 first place money. Ron Gh id in a Grabs State Amateur in Sudden Death PEKW, 111. (UPI) ~ Tm» cluteh, 12 »loot puftfi, om of them in a sudd*, death pky- off, gave Ron Ohidfna the title in the Ifflnois Stati» Amateur Golf championship Thursday. Ghkiina, 34, a former Peoria city champ, won his first state title with a regulation total of - five under par for the 72 • hole, 7,060 • yard Pekin County Club course. He shot 73-71 for even par on Thursday's rounds. A 12 - foot birdie put.on the 18th hole of the second 18 put Ghidina into a tie With Chicagoan Jim Joseph, who was two under par for the day at 72-70 but had equalled GMdina's 283 total due to a 73 on Tuesday's first round. The shot put the tournament into sudden death and Ghidina emerged the victor on another 12 - foot putt - this one on the second hole of sudden death play. Both Joseph and Ghidina carded 60s to share honors for the low rounds of the tournament. Joseph fired his 68 Wednesday and Ghidina carded his 68 on Tuesday. John Phillips of Springfield finished third in the tourney, one stroke behind at 284. Me was the only other player under par for four rounds. Phil- Drivers Continue Qualifying For Spots in Talladega 500 Fight Is Good for Both Teams By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Editor NEW YORK (UPI) - You wouldn't call Charlie Fox and Tom Lasorda a couple of kids. They don't exactly qualify as members of the Pepsi Generation. You'd be more likely to call them what they are: A pair of old bucks. Certainly too old to get out there and start fighting in front of everybody the way they did last Saturday in San Francisco's Candlestick Park. Charlie Fox, who manages the Giants, is 51, and Tom Lasorda, the third base coach for the Dogers, is 46. The fight they had, if you'd call it that, turned out like some baseball trades—good for both sides. To understand why, you have to know some of the background. On Friday night, the night before Fox and Lasorda tangled, the Dodgers whipped the Giants, 3-0, on a three-hitter by Andy Messersmith. Elias Sosa, their 23-year-old sinkerballer from the Dominican Republic, mapped up for CARLS BOWLING SUPPLY NORTHGATE LANES . Open 1-5 Mon.-Fn. Ut* North Entrant* pf •uildinfl to Pre Shop During Resurfacing Period the Giants in that game Lasorda knows Sosa well. "He has a reputation for coming too close to our hitters," says the Dodgers' coach. "Not only up here, but also down in Santo Domingo where I had a lotta Dodger players last winter. I don't know where he gets this, from (Juan) Marichal or somebody else, but I remember him doing the same thing when he was pitching for the EscogidO club and I was managing Licey. Anyway, he threw a couple pitches under Messersmith's chin Friday. Messersmith said something and took a few steps toward him. Both dugouts emptied, but nothing more happened. When play resumed, I got on Sosa from the coaching box about throwing at our players." A Day Later Now it's a day later, Saturday. The Giants are taking batting practice. Charlie Fox is leaning on the batting cage watching his hitters when he happens to notice Tom Lasorda walking by. "What are you getting on my pitchers for?" says Fox. "Because he's throwing at too! many of our players," answers Lasorda, meaning Sosa. "Don't get on him again," snaps Fox. "I'll get on him any time I want," snaps back Lasorda. Meanwhile, Lasorda notices Mike Sadek, one of the Giants' catchers, standing on the other side of the batting cage. Sadek is a good friend of Lasorda's even though he works for the hated Giants. "Where were you when both teams came charging out last night?" Lasorda asks Sadek. "I was looking for you." "Why didn't you look for me?" cuts in Fox. "Because you're too old," 9ays Lasorda. "I'm still young enough to whip you real quick," Fox says. "Then come on," says Lasorda. Charlie Fox accepts the invitation, the two got at it for less than n minulte before the whole thing is broken up and from there on the accounts of the "battle" differ. Lasorda's version goes this way: "I'd have to say it was a unanimous decision, three punches to none. I itihrew a left to the mid-section, a right cross to the head and another left to the mid - section. Charlie never touched me. Never laid a glove on me. AH I was trying to do was protect my players, and I think Charlie was doing the same thing. You gotta admire him for that." Says Fox: "I don't agree with the way he (Lasorda) scores it. How could you judge who won or lost? It was too short a contest, all over in 30 seconds. Nothing serious." Those last two words tell it all. Tom Lasorda, pound for pound baseball's modest answer to George Foreman, kept his great fighting reputation intact against Charlie Fox. In his heyday, bantam Tom has either challenged or fought such baseball adversaries as Hank Bauer; both Freese brothers, George and Gene; Chico Fernandez; Frank Barnes; Duke Markell and Cuba's vaunted Chicatin Cabrera, who outweighed him by 40 pounds and came after him with a bat. Oharle Fox didn't do that badly either by taking on Lasorda. The Giants had been in a bit of a slump before the skirmish. They had dropped five on their last seven, and you'd be surprised how something like what Fox did can wake up a ball club. The Giants won Saturday's contest, 3-2, in 10 innings. Tito Fuentes' homer did it, and guess who was the winning pitcher? Elias Sosa. If there's ever a next time though, there is something Tom Lasorda should know about Charlie Fox. He doesn't go by the rules anytime he gets into a fight. He doesn't bother punching. He kicks and hacks. There's one more thing Tom Lasorda should know. Charlie Fox went a little easy on him. He didn't show him everything 'he has. One of those things is a black belt. FOR IOW LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE Contact: Tony Lischwe MILLERS MUTUAL INS. 411 BANK Of GALESBURG BLDG. 343-1166 or 343-6986 Happiness Is Filling Up A VW GALESBURG ®> Volkswagen, Inc. w AUTH0RI7C9 2181 Grand Ave., Galesburg — Phone 343*5191 TALLADEGA, Ala. (UPI) Qualifying continued today at the Alabama International Motor Speedway for the second 20 spots in Sunday's 5th annual Talladega SOOHmile stock car race The final 10 spots in the 50- car field will be filled in Gale Ward, Grand Roller Record Wins Gale Ward beat A&W 64 in the Babe Ruth tournament and Grand Roller Rink edged Hi Lo 6-5 in Connie Mack tournament action at H. T. Custer Park Thursday night. Gale Ward jumped off to a 5-0 advantage and led all the way in the victory over A&W. Ray Riley was the winning pitcher as Eric Doss recorded a 9a ve. Loser was Jay Stone. Doss paced Gale Ward with two base hits in three trips to the plate. A&W got only two hits for the game. One run in the bo'Jtom of the sixth inning made the difference in the Connie Maok game. Hi-Lo had knotted the game at 5-<aM in the top of the inning. Rick Lavender was the vita- tor as Kevin Valero suffered the defeat. Church Sundberg and Mi Hollicomb both went two for three in the winning effort. Gala Ward ab r h Ru Riley Ra RUey Doss Dwyer B Diehl Hagge McKillip T Diehl Collins Smith Camper Stone Weedman Suddeth Wilder Stanley McDr'man Stevens DeGracia AkW ab r h 3 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 1 3 0 0 12 0 3 1 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 4~2 ab r h 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Grand Hollar ab r h Total 22 8 3| Total Score by innings: Gale Ward 320 01—6 A&W 020 20—4 ki-Lo Cooley Cox Bullock Scott Rescinlto Johann Foster Mims Vallero Kramer Sundberg Holcomb 3 Lavender 4 Van Fleet 2 Rozynek 2 Dickson 2 Goff 2 Reiber 2 Prina 2 PiUsbury 1 0 0 Total 26 5 4| Total 23 6 7 Score by innings: Hi-Lo 000 302—5 Grand Roller 400 101—6 qualifying runs Saturday. Expected to compete for a spot today was Buddy Baker, who won the pole position for the Winston 500 here in May at 193.435 miles-per hour. In Thursday's competition, Bobby Allison of Hueytown, Alia., guided his 1973 Chevrolet around ithe track at 187.064 m.p.h. to capture this year's pole position. David Pearson off Spartanburg, S.C., still favored to win Sunday's race, grabbed the second position in his 1971 Mercury after touring the tri- oval track at 185.862 m.p.h. Pearson has won nine of his last 10 races and is nearing the $1 million miark in career earnings. Behind Pearson will be Richard Petty, Randelman, S.C., Bobby Isaac, Catawba, N.C. and Donny Allison of Hueytown. The first 20 qualifiers and their speeds were: Bobby Allison, Hueytown, Chevrolet, 187.084; David Pearsen, Spartanburg, S.C., Mercury, 185.862; Richard Petty, Randleman, N.C, Dodge, 185.072; Bobby Isaac, Catawba, N.C, Ford, 184.786; Donny Allison, Hueytown, Chevrolet, 184.750; Benny Parsons, Ellerbe, N.C, Chevrolet, 184.5554; Cale Yarbonough, Timmonsville, S.C, Chevrolet, 184.316; Raimo Stott, Keokuk, Iowa, Chevrolet, 184.245; Also Cecil Gordon, Horse Shoe, N.C, Chevrolet, 180.798; Marty Bobbins, Nashville, Tenn., Dodge, 180.478; Ed Sczech, San Antonio, Tex., Chevrolet, 178.987; Frank Warren, Harrisburg, N.C, Dodge, 178.636; David Sisco, Nashville, Tenn., Chevrolet, 177.586; Richard Childress, Winston-Salem, N.C, Chevrolet, 177.136; Joe Frasson, Golden Valley, Minn., Dodge, 176.825; Paul Tyler, Charlotte, N.C, Mercury, 176.776; Walter Ballard, Houston, Tex., Mercury, 176.425; Bill Ward, Anniston, Chevrolet, 175.829; , Red Farmer, Hueytown, Ford, 175.620; Buddy Farrington, Martinsville, Va., Plymouth, 174.968. Bob Coe, Jr., the only Galesburg golfer to survive the 149 cutoff point after two rounds, finished with a 301 total for (ho 72-hole tournament and was in 25th place. After consecutive rounds of 74 on Tuesday and Wednesday, Coe had a par 72 on the first round Thursday but took an 81 in the second round. lips may also have been a blessing to Ghidina. On the 18th hole that sent Ghidina into sudden death, Phillips, who played in a twosome with • Ghidina, missed an 18 foot birdie putt on the same, line as Ghidina's 12 - footer. Ghidina was able to see from Phillips' shot how the ball broke. Dennis SuHiven of Grant Park shot an even par 288 to finish fourth and Bruce Johnson of Deerfield came in at 290. A&W Wins American In BR Tourney Lincoln Street A&W won the American Division of the Babe Ruth Tournament at H. T. Custer Park. Strong pitching by A & W highlighted the drive for the pennant as A&W defeated Eagles 6-1 and then stopped Hinchliff - Pearson - West 8-2 in the tie-breaker. For A & W it was the 11th and 12th victories of the season against only two losses. Hinchliff wound up with an 11-3 mark • and was league runner-up. Against the Eagles Jay Stone hurled a no-hitter, striking out eight and walking 11. Loser Glasnovich allowed two base hits. In the-championship, it was Wayne Weedman's 1-hitter that boosted A&W to the win. Weedman, now 6-0, struck out eight and walked five. Mark Hannam took the defeat. Stone went three for three at the plate in the title contest, while teammate B. Camper added two hits. Eaglet ab r McKeever 1 Redington 2 S Wl'lm'sn 2 Carter 1 Bacon 1 J Wl'lm'sn 3 Glasnovich 0 Horaney 2 Martinson 1 Stevens T Camper B Camper J Stone Weedman Smith Wilder Stanley McDorman DeGracia B Stone Fields Suddeth AfcW ab r h 3 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 13 1 0| Total 20 6 2 Score by innings: Eagles ... 000 010—1 A&W 100 410—6 lp h x ar ao bb Stone (W) . 6 0 1 0 8 11 Glasnovich (L) 6 2 6 3 2 10 H-P-W S Nemeth Young Hannam Libby Smith DeJaynes Patterson Cisco B Nemeth Joyner Reed ab r h 10 0 3 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 AfcW ab x ISmith 3 1 |B Camper 3 2 Stone IWeedman Wilder 0 0 Stanley 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 o 1 0 McDr'mn Suddeth _ . IT Camper 2 1 Stevens 2 1 3 2 2 1 3 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 Total 22 2 1 1 Total 24 811 Score by innings: H-P-W 001 010—2 A&W .002 51x—8 ip h w ar io bb Weedman (W 6-0) 6 12 18 5 Hannam (L 4-1) . 4 10 7 7 0 5 Smith 1 11112 McDonald s • • PRO-AM OPEN TENNIS TOURNAMENT August 11 "12, 1973 Storting at 9 A.M. LAKELAWN Swim and Tennis Club Galesburg, Illinois $750 Total Prize Money

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