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1 1* .1 p CARLYLE-Stwrning through {irrt -reund acton dettytd one day by rtin, Gtfeatmrg American Legion Po* 985 *w ate .first two games in *h* American Legion tournament hare Friday. In die first game, which was continued yesterday morning .after rain put a stop to the con* (est on Thursday, Galeaburg handed Bettwood pitcher Pul- aavro his first loss in 22 starts +ira 3-0 decision. Post 2*5 then ouldueled host Carlyle 11-9 in the third game. Galesburg, which won Third Division Tournament at H. T. Custer Park last Sunday, went into the tournament With the a 274 fcew*. The local Le- gtomatfat art nowIM and have a good start in the tteam, doubfe etimtoation state meet. In this evening's seventh game at «: 15, the Legion has a chance to aawre themselves of a berth in U* championship game, which is moved back to Monday. Gilesburg wW face Higlland, which defeated Mundelein 4-3 in the fourth game Friday night. Highland squeaked by Lincoln 4-1 in the second gamt Friday. scheduled this 0: her action afternoon had Bellwood meeting Mundetoin and Lincoln battling Carlyte. fjalesburg struck quickly as the first game got under way Thursday .iM> Witt* tw <> out Mark ThW walked and Louie Vitati knocked out a hit, and left iiiHAtt Rick Wilder poweied a 3-fiin homer. Bellwood' did not score and post 285 brought in no more runs through the first three in* nlnge. The game was then post* poned because of heavy rain.' The game was picked up in the fourth inning on Friday it 12:30 p.m., and U turned Into a dftensive battle. Fulzavro gave up no more hits,- and, although allowing ftve httf, GfMurr! Kirk King neid the opponent! scoreless for the rwnaindar of the game. The only threat mounted by Bittwood w*fc the ninth inning as the first division winner* out of Chicago got two men on base with two outs but the last batter fifed out* with Cartyfc took - s - * King was the winner as he wait the distant and ita** wit six batters while walking three. FttfMvro allowed Gfiffttiufg only two hits and famed five but was tagged for the three runs. Going Into the game, Fulzav­ ro had a record of 21 victories and no defeats and had been selected the Moat Valuable Player in Cook County. Has game. Oaleaburg jumped out to a lead orHy to have the host team explode for seven MW in the sixth. Post m then brought in five rum in the seventh. Rev* Jackson was the top bstter with three base hits in MX trtps to the plate. Team- mat* Sim WM two for three. while Ron Nelson, Tfctej, Wilder, jewy BUtt, Mike lto*npwn and Cob Berry added single hits. Berry started on the mound going for his loth win without a •o«s but ran into trouble and WAS relieved by Forry Franckey, who got the win. However, Frafftfcey also had soma problems and needed a save by Dan Haar was the starter lor Carlyle, but Williams suffered the lore Dunbar had two Wtsfor the tourney hosts, and Durbki smashed a home run in the big seventh inning. In the first inring, Oatesburg added two hits to three bases on balls to take a 44 advantage of a walk and fielder 's choice for S runs. Af&r Carlyle got to Ftthckey in the bottom half of the frame, Jacobs came in and shut off the hosts in the last two and two- thirds innings. aatefeait It) I Wttde* 4 a 1 mm 4 1.1 Franekey Hi Jacobs 10 0 GallMlmrf early)* . Catifi* •he Til! 2 1 asHn ill I 0 0 ! 1 1 1 0 0 8 11 9 • r - _X_ * deieetof? Jaokson mum Thiel Vital I Wildtr Blixt Johnson Kin? ill 3 0 0 Total 29 3 2 Galaabiirg - BellwooC Beltweod flit 30o fflfrt 4 o o timer* 4 o i oawk 3oo atco 4 o i t rdvieh | o i Itlbck 3 o i Fulzavro 3 0 o Tptar 33 0 5 300 .000 000 —3 000 000-0 - f Punt, Pass, East Moline Kick Entries Race Results -ar* a rw^ • riRST HACK: (5V» Furlwifa) Benin Taken K tD h D ^mba e > 4 5.40 uo 3.50 n M Traffic Prince (L. Antua> 3.40 3.00 Local youngsters will be Princa iamurai <j. schmWt)- x **\ broakinfi out their footballs and SECONP RACE; Furjongs)— locsening up ^-^^^^^^y) n.oo a.io 4 .?o Pli^io ^ChoUia aUjmba) Ami Sun [U janaen) 3.40 Tima Dally PpuWe I cV 4. Fal «J IW .40. THIRD RACE; (4 Furlonf?)- F0 (C rm j F GiW) B.00 3.30 2.00 Near Nartcy t (i a SMI-* an (CJ. Pod Iraki) T . . ^ w i'Z Lord TU lock J. Q|U) 7.W |.» Deiart Raidor tf. tonf) .go Big Tima Rod (W, aCIVNMtt 2iQ iirnis soon for the 1973 Punt Pom & Kick competition. This year the local level of PP&K will be co-sponsored bv Lakis Ford In conjunction with participating Fowl Dealers in tlie area. Entries arc now being accepted for the local competition which mil be held Sept. 29. NstionaWy PP&K, now in Us 13th year, is co-sponsored by the National Football League and the Ford Dealers of America. Since it was started in 1961, the program has attracted more than 9,350,000 youngsters — and pa^icipation this year is ex- piected to top the 1,200,000 mark. k Kick program compete only Raity («, %m ml t ?«o Tim« 1:93 FIFTH HAGt Ogen TP Mini Wlr« (I. £ <4 ten Tim* 47:» SEVENTH RACfl: (1 1/U mlte)- swaat ChataaM (J. Canlgllfr) 13.20 4.20 2.40 against others their own age Any youngster aight through 13 vears of age, accompanied l #y a parent OF gutrdian, may register to compete in FP&K at any participating Ford dealer. There is no entrajx* fee and no body contact during competttion, No special equipment is needed and participation does not impair a youngster's amateur standing- Scoring ia baaed on accuracy ar*d range with one point added for every foot of punting, passing and kicking distance, and a point subtracted for every foot off a center line. Twelve national finalists wiU compete for the National championships in their age Tima (17,40. StatofPrince ?S8 Genial Champ.(Long) v . 3.80 3.gp NINTH Mad: a l /IS mlU>- TonStnesian (S. Vail) 3 -8° j- Qulntlla I St •• WW Dom's, Olde Fifty-four women will tae off Tuesday moraing iwhan pity begins in tfie second annual AU- Clty Ladles Gotf Tcurtwmeot. T*e firs' and qualifying round will begin at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning ait Lake Bracken Country Club. After the opening 18 hales, the field wild be flighted and 36 mre holes will be played. The 544iole tournament moves to Soangataha Country Club on Thurtday, while the final round will be playad at Bunker Links municipal course on Friday. This year's total of 54 entries betters last year's f!«M by five. There were 49 women competing last year, Vamie Mendrek is the defend^ jjjt ing champion and will be one fTl t of the first to tee off. Mendrek jC^ won the AlKJity title last year ~ wiin a wore of 296, 17 strokes ahead of nor nearest compel* tor, Te4« Vamer, who was run" nermp Jast year with 283. is a'so wtared, the otnar flajtuU. Atf entrants finishing the tourney will be given sterling stiver charms. Ohsponsocs lor the ladies tourney are the Register-Mail and radio station WGIL. Refreshment wiU be served each day of the tourney, and golf c a r t s are avaiEable for those who want to ride. Entries should check with tha. host pro shop about carts to avoid confusion. Tee times for Tuesday's play are as follows: »AIRINGS BiOOp-HjjJetv Dunn, Betty Cpok, Barb Wauon, Jo Long. Of \\y Fir- There will be a travtMng tro- # phy awarded to tin* champion- r ship flight www mi firct and 8 :M— t,QM Peterson, Marilyn Gun ni l?TO BI 9» Jwn ^Pico, Doris Htrrin. 8i35— Irene Vfankey, Catherine Patty, Gen Partial.- June Ward. 9!4 #VAnn Weinman, Louise Artz, Barb Si" — JIM iison f By tfinio;> Carlnon, ftwan EI. . 8 :W--Sev Rostne, Daftje Wartin, i ™3rS f B y ™«™?nf £tole Paisley, Gail Hannam, Kay KeUon, y, uau nannam, ivay vreicen. •i 1 ^ 1 " 1 ^ gale"; JP«fty JlUtko ch, Theresa Mem Marte Pipes. let)-Wood, iQ&zbach. —Ann PattliltKris Anderson, Jean .W4ttefi u v' • i 9:31—Fran *«Uter t ghirleen HH- Music Win Certtr toipped while a Doro's Sport Hertenstiein I^«h O'de Music Shoppe eKad out a 6-5 decision over. Grand Roller Rink in 11 innings m Junior during the halftime of the Super |H db n t«afflue tournament Bowl Game in Houston, Texas, 1 ™ at' H T Cu»ter Park Fri-'under? .January 13. 1974. Winners wiH;W • - • hW t iTv!SSi\ In theRuth tourney, enshrned in the Pro Football 111 r^c litm UO J :„ «,« SEC . Hall of Fame in Canton. Ohio. Dcoi stock ^ Their trophies will be presented JjAJf 1 -SLIr w £ by FooJ.1 Commissior^ ^^^^^SfiSi here hits, and JaBf Btooker was Major Box Heutte» Chicago CHICAGO (UPI) r ' h J -What does and says, "I wish I could give to answer a lot of questions Ron Santo gave his insight by team'do when it was once Kj'scme answers, but it's not that about our losing but I know the games over the 500 mark and'simple. [writers have to ask ttie quaa. today finds itself two games' "Today, for example, we gottions, I just wish they would ask nine walks but managed only Nobody'on the Oiicago-Cubs! 8 ^ niuts - Whenever we had 'tiieir questions and get it over with instead of sitting around and sitaring into space. RoseHe. Fid 1 • m r Fedev v?wmmt the loser- could give an adequate answer;™" 1 on baSe ' a4 wou1 ^ Friday following a 6-4 defeat to sto P V s tn our .tracks. I am 'not| « Butt it . s all part of the game, Houston. It was the team's 17th going around trying to find ex-, it , s something.yw have to live sstback in their last 22 contests, f.uses. Somewhere along ^e, * ' andI there is a six^anw• .^'"W.?" 1 of this. streak, to boot. * * If you ask Manager Whitey Tirt4 of Questions • t The Cub dressing room did not rewmble a morgue or any- Ba &dMrin led Dcm's olteWe witti SVD b3« Wt$ apices. C^ke La- F'd^b' Federal wilt pwticlv^olJe'.te Had t*ra ol Hertw- Invitational Fast Pitch SoftbaU The Connie MM H turned into a real battte u Olde will play Music tied tJie game a* In the seventh inrtwiig to torce the and Brad Lockman, he just jitar.es ahead "I get a little tjred of having thing elope to it. Team captain T.'urnament today. Fidelity Federal Aledo tonight at 7:49. In league plav in Gabsburg last week, Fidelity Federal de- 1A4U . . . . ^. MfioU p'ed Harold Wilson Reattty ^ 9 _ 10 i h l^ ing :.^ t P k *f.. I ? U f^ giime into extra innings. Both team? scored once hi 10-11 to remain in second place ««» *o two for • n 'o RrU i» n | aVt Grand Ra'ler in the 11th. Mike Voyles, Andy Vega, Dove . i , . . Lunardi and Ray Mendea -^rewtei 28 strikeouts, while Winner was Tim Shelley, who a got two hit* apiece to lead thiig" Jf. Pleet . t( S SSj?"' ha( j Q Boo Parker and Ed O'Connor attack. Dave Lunardi naa a grand slam and a double in one inning. Fidelity Federal supports a 5-2 record with many raindates to make up. Culver To Phillies PHILADELPHIA Veteran (UPI) righthander George Culver, who on July 29, 1968, while with the Cincinnati Reds, hurled a no-hitter against the Philadelphia Phillies, has been obtained by the Phillies from the Los Angeles Dodgers. Culver, 29, pitched in 28 games for the Dodgers this season, all in relief, compiling a 44 record and a 3.00 earned run average. To make room for Culver, the Phils optioned pitcher Dave Wallace to their Reading farm <;lub in the Eastern League. both went three for four for the winners, and Ron Pittabury did the same for the loaera. " 0 )4* Muilc ahOMft o »Mt ReUtff Hanun SaUman Kohl Sh«Uey Colvin Parker O'Connor Hall Bick Benbow 5 0 0 4 1 0 A a a 8 10 2 0 0 4 13 i 13 s o a aa> i k Ji VanTU a 1 i Holcomb a o o Rozynak 3 2 1 Jo vatvrit a o i Haiber 9 0 a LDIekson 5 0 0 PUUbury 4 i 3 Goff 4 1 1 a o oicjtco 5oo 3 o o j 'La vender O o 0 Total Olde Music Qrand Roller 43 6 10 Total 43 5 9 000 000 300 13 —6 001 001 000 12—S Hertenataln . a» i h Wilberding 3 0 0 L LaFl'ata 3 0 0 Mendez 2 10 Hendricks 1 1 0 Demi iirh Lewis 3 0 0 Event 1 1 0 B Chs'mn 4 1 l Cn'ng'hm 3 1 1 2 2 US Chs'mn 3 1 I Purcall Blucker 2 0 OJCampbelJ Wallace 1 1 OfConnora C La'Fl'etc 2 0 2!Edwards Steward 1 0 OIBaldwin Height 1 0 01 Johnson 0 o 01 Hope 1 0 o 3 3 2 2 2 1 o a o 2 o a Total id a 3 Hertenstein Dom's Total 2111 a 000 24— a 02$ 3*- Tired Like SUNBURN?? HEAT? ? SWIM? ? Beat the beat at the Galesbmg Municipal Pool. Located off of Nortl inary and Carl Sandburg Drive. stating: "I did not play today but J hed a chance to observe from the bench. There were a lot of situations that came up where 1 thought we would get a key hit. But it did not work out that way. F Searching for Answers "This in v«y strange for me because I have been starching for answers as to wihy we are losing* v "I cant find any and it's even harder to explain because we have a good club with lots of talent. As a maittar of fact, this Houston club has a tremendous amount of talent but they're not much beter off than we are, '"The public probably can't understand why we are losing when we were picked to win by a lot of the so-called experts. But if some of the critics would tell us how to plav better, I'd be happy to listen." Billy Williams, whose average has tumbled more than 30 points In the last month put it simply when he said, "We are the onfy ones who can find the answers And that means we have to put it all together and make up our minda that we are going to win. S™ 1 eb v hlil / abvlibl ; Y 1 JO Monday 4 1 1 0 etzger 4 0 0 0 Cr'dn'al 4 0 0 0 Cedent* 5 a 1 0 Wl'luma 5 18 1 Wation 0 0 2 2 Hk'man 3 10 0 Reoer 4J21 Fn'gone 3 0 1 1 May 4 o l O'lKs'en'gr 4 o l o Edwards 2 10 0 Helms 3 13 2 Richard 3 0 2 1 Ray Forsoh 0 o o 0 1 o 0 olAker R'dlph Rosello 2 0 0 0 Burque 10 12 Locker o o o o Thrn r tn J o l o oooo oooo Garrett s o o o Hooton 0 0 0 0 Hiaer l o o o Bujrrif oooo Pp'vlch 1 1 o o AJlanU Garr Lum Evans Baker Sb 9 DM 4 0 1 4 2 2 2 10 0 4 13 1 Bice Johnson 4 1 0 o| Tp'dino 3 0 12 Perez 4 0 11 Ce'nova 3 0 0 0 Niekro 4 0 0 0 TpUJ 39 «U §1 Total 3? 4 7 4 ftpore by inninss; Houston 102 001 020*«a Chicago OOO 002 10^-4 E retuone, DP ~* Houston 2. LOB Houston 7, Chifiio n, 2B — A. Thornton. Hit ~ Helms (4). SB — Cedeno, a l^warde, I P h r er bbso J. Richard (W 4-1) -81a 2 2 2 0 5 J. Ray 1 S 1 1 2 2 Forsch 2!$ 3 1114 Hooton a, a -it) a a a a o 1 BurrJe < 1 S 1 I 1 0 Locker 2 18 2 12 Aker .... —. - 1 0 0 0 0 1 Pittsburgh i ah r hbl Clinei 3 110 Cash 4 0 0 0 Oliver 4000 Str'gell 4 2 2 2 Zisk 3 12 2 an 'gi 'ln 4 o o o Stn'nett 3000 MflHViU 2 0 0 0 Hebner 10 0 0 J H'dez 0 0 o n Ellis 2 0 0 0 Rivrt'sn l o o o Qivati 0 0 oo R H'dz 0 0 0 0 Cincinnati *b t bbl Rose 5 0 S X Morgan 5 12 0 Driessen 4 10 0 Menke oooo Perex 5 12 1 Bench 4 2 11 Tolan 5 12 OlCarbo Gr'n'imo 3 0 11 ITyson St. Loula N . sb f Hbl Brook alio Sz'more 4 0 9 1 Ml'n'dz 4 0 10 Sim'n* 4 l i o %M Torre a 1 1 oiMay Reitz 3 112 3 0 10 4 0 10 Total 32 8 7 *| ToUi SI 4 5.4 Score by innings: 101 002 -5 Pittsburgh 020 000 0Q2—4 E — P. Niekro. DP — Pittsburgh 1. LOB — Atlanta 4, Pittsburgh 2. 2B _ atargefT Baker* HlT- Zisk Clines. Baker, SF — TepedinP- M Ip h * bb no T. Niekro <w »•») » ». 4 4 a 6 Ellfe * IM0); rT !, 8 4 3 3 3 3 Giusti ,..„, 0 3 2 2 0 0 R. Hernandez •% o o 0 o o Giusti pitched to 4 batters in 9th. WP -r. p f niakro. T-2 :ia. A -aavrai. Chancy 4 11 HWise 2 0 0 0 Grims'ly 3 0 0 O'Hrb'sky 0 0 0 0 Stahl oo o o !J Cruz l o i o Gg'Ueno 1 1 1 2'Sprae;ue oooo Chicago ab i hbl 4 10 0 Orte 4 0 0 0 Hair'stn 3 3 11 Melton 2 0 10 Alvr'do 2 0 0 0 4 0 12 Muser 4 0io Hrr'mnn 3 0 0 0 m 4 Detroit abrhbl Mrthjup4 2 1 0 Stanley 5120 a Brwn 3 113 Kaline 4 2 2 1 Mc'Al'lf 4 0 10 Cash 2100 Sims 4 0 10 Rd'rg'z 3 0 11 Downing 1 0 0 OIBrk'mn 3 0 i i Sharp 10 0 olstrahler oooo Hellen Leon Stone 10 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0! shr'mn o (f o o Daiiiu ^en Awarded ATLANTA (UPI) Falcons' wide Burrow has Atlanta receiver Ken been awarded $95,000 in a damage suit against Probus Management Inc., his former financial management advisor, for mismanagement of Burrw'a 1971 salary. Burrow, a starter for the past two years, won $30,000 in damages, $50,000 in punitive damages and $5,000 for attorney fees in his suit against Prcbus and its agent, Norman Young. Total 32 3 6 31 Total 32 7 10 6 Score by innings: Chicago 201 000 000 -3 Detroit .... ,.-.104 020 OOx—7 R — Orta. DP — Chicago 3. LOB — Chicago 7, Detroit 7. 2B —Tfairaton, Stanley, HR - orbon 1 0 0 OWCrvr 1 0 0 o! Fr «WM 0 0 0 ol Total 40 a 12 *71 Total 34 1101 Score by innings: Cincinnati 000 040 400—a St. Louis - 020 010 010—4 E — Tyion. Torre, Brock, pp — Cincinnati 2. LOB — Cincinnati 10 ( St. Louis a. 2B — SUemore, Reltz. Morgan, Simmons. 3B — Brock. 8BMor­ gan, a — Geronlmo. SF — Oeron- (mo, Raitz. Grimsley (W 12-5) *? a a "^"a Borbon 3 2 110 1 Wise (L 13-7) 10 7 4 3 7 Hrabosky . m 2 l o 0 1 Sprague 2 0 0 0 0 0 Save — Borbon (10). G. Brown (10), Kaline <t), Kaline, Ip h t er bb so Stone (L 4-U) 2 5 4 4 3 0 FraiMng 6 5 3 1 2 4 Strahler - 2 2 2 1 o Scherman (W 1-2) Btt 4 114 4 Stone pitched to three batters in 3rd. HBP — By Fraillni? (Cash). WP — Strahler, T—2:3a. A-31,080. FASHIONS H—4 Special Occasion S MC UI Car? FROM Open: 1 to S p.m. end 6 to 10 p.m. Weefntaday thru Sunday AlUStar Game Children: 35c Wichita's Brad Sehreck U5) goes up against Topeka 'wS Ed • Whitlock in the first annual •Ail-Star game at Wichita Kan., Friday. Sehreck was one of the leaders of a strong West squad which beaft the East team 102-97. UNIFAX Economical Easy Quick Daily . . Weekly • . Monthly GALESBURG LINCOLN • MERCURY 120 N. Broad 342-4121 lukAatrittri Muter Cltrfi Acttftri MEN'S KNIT SUITS $80.00 1 SUIT 1SNIT GUT 1 tM SlICIS 1 WIT $111 TAILORS IN Galesburg FOR TWO DAYS AUGUST 11 A 12 DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY Qet cMttem meeeured for yeur meU erder meni'e tulle, epoit co#U, «hirt« —ladles euitt, dr««s«i, f9m\$\ww, ceet». HUM riOM TNOtmUS OF IMfflTEl WW Men's English worsted suits WN Double knit or Cashmere spt. jacket ^ WW Men s slscks «w^*«*m^ #••*«»*• t«t. ft B. M **«—*»«•« ^22*09 Men's shirts « % 5.51 Beaded Sweeter $12. W, Beaded Gloves $ 1 .51 EXCLUOINQ DUTY A MAILING FOR APPOINTMENT CALL MASTER TAILOR: $. 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