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Saturday, Dec. 2, 1967 lanesville Daily. Gazette—13 Brod< South 71 HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL RESULTS LAST NIGHT '. ' ' »l| Eight Janesvllle Vtrktr 79, Mtdlisn Central Racitie HerlleV 41, Madison Mtmsrlil 43 Belolt S3, Madison East II .lanesville Craig 70, Madison West 10 Kenosha Tremner 60, Racine Cane SO Racfne Park Id. Kenosha Bradford 52 Badger \l»f(iraoi» S3, Edaerton 41 Mnnone. Grove 78, Fort Atkinson (7 Sun Prairie 81, Middleton 71 Monroe 14, Stouahton (1 Southern Lakes Whitewater 58, Delavan-Darien 56 Lake Cieneva Badger 77, Mukwonago 69 laifi Troy tiJ, Waiworth Big Foot 84 .L'lkhom 68, Wllmot 52 Madison Suburban livansville 82, Milton Union 50 \Vatciloo 87, Oregon 67 lake Mills '73, Deforest 81 Marshall 73, DeerMeld 66 Juneau 75, Cambridge 57 Johnson Creek 77, Lakeside Lutheran S3 Mcl-arland 76, Lodl 33 JjQynette 74, Wisconsin Heights 31 Waunakee 42, Verona 41 State Lint MrgHe 69, BlaiichardvlHe «7, ot sMeany 94, Belleville 60 Qr/grdvjlls Parkview 75, Juda 58 ^lonllcello 76, New Glarus 57 South Wayne Black Hawk 89, . .head 51 Indian Trails 'Urhlon 49, Norris foundation 37 Williams Bay 14, Palmyra 60 Northwestern 51. Slate Deal 45 *• " Others Hlidden 92, Winter 69 Sheboygan Norm 7a, Sheboygan Marinette 63, Antlgo 30 Marion 86, Wittenberg 51 Whitehall 60, Alma Center 42 Port Edwards 87, Wild Hose 64 Milw. Custer 61, Mllw. West 56 AUty. Washington 61. Milw, Hamilton 37 Milw, Riferjlde 72, Mllw. King 66 s-fflw. North 91, Mllw. Marshal! Milw, Pulaski 96, Mllw. Lincoln 91 Mi|\v. Tech 82, Mllw. Bay View 61 Milw. South 67, Milw. Juneau 41 West Allis Hale 60. Cudahy 40 SiiorewoAd 67, South Milw. 40 West Mllw. 67, Wauwalosa East 58 Wauwatbsa West 57, West Allis Central ,53 Waukesha 55, Whlteflsh Bay 50 • Milw. Messmer 46, Mllw, Marquette 40 4Udiie St. Catherine 54, Mllw. Cathe, dial 49 Glrndale 36, Ccdarburg 44 Mequon 60, Brown Deer 55 Biookfield Central 73, Sussex 55 MVnomonee falls 56, Brookfield Last S3'(ot) Franklin 37, New Berlin 37 Muskcgo 72, Greendale 33 Greenfield 81, Hales Corners 71 •Stf Francis 75, Oak Creek 50 Milw. Lutheran 61, Appleton Lutheran •52 .tWayland 92, Northwestern 55 Grafton 61, Random Lake 4.1 North fond du Lac 90, Campbellsnort 69 Racine Lutheran 76, Chicago Luther 'south 71 •'Oconomowoe 63, Beaver Dam 37 Sauk Prairie 52, Tomah 47 Unity 67, Webster 44 ^Frederic 63, Osceola 51 Luck 41, Grantsburg 37 St. Croix Falls 63, Amery 37 Kewaskum 57, Germantown SS Pett'aukce 70, SHnger 63 Sunns 71, Gillett SO Brillion 81, Denmark 71 ' Winneconne 65, Freedom 48 flmro 74, Hortonville 68 Gibraltar 37, Peshtigo 52 Marinette 6], Antigo 50 ..Green Bay Prrmontre 70, Campion 69 Clintonville 32. Two Rivers 49 Kimbcrly 63, Shawano 54 Menasha 36, Kaukauna 33 (nl) Ncenah 87. New London 50 WeSt De Pere 88, Bayporl.» Pulaski 69, Ashwaubenon 47 • X>; Pere 58, Seymour 48 Kewaunee 66, Oconto Palls 60 - Srurgeori Bay 90, Bonduel 62 Green Bay Southwest 45, Green Bay West 40 • Manitowoc M, Green Bay East 62 Appleton Fast 8a, Oshkosh 49 Appleton West 53, Fond du Lae 40 Watisaukee 70, Criviti 62 Superior Cathedral 50, Wakefield (Mich.) 41. ' Maple 45, Ironwood (Mich) 44 .Ashland 83, Hurley 60 Valdr-.rs 66, New llolstein 5.1 Odar Grove 74. Elkhart Lake 61 •Shehoygan Falls 68, Plymouth 54 Kiel 75, Chilton 53 VVabsau 87. La Crosse Centra] 73 - Schofield SI, Wisconsin Rapids SI . -Mmocqua 64, Mosinee 30 Slalford 46. Marathon 40 •Putsville 63. Spencer 50 .Athens 73. Edgar 64 Ahbotsford 60. Granton 47 • •Milw. Jordan 59. Milw. Don Bosro 35 , EVJ Claire Memorial 68. Chippewa , 48 Menomonle 78, Eau Claire North 70 Whitehall 80. Alma Center 42 Blair 68. Independence 44 • Augusta S3, Ossen SI • >.leva-Strum 68, Cochrane Fountain City 46 '•'"frfrncll 77, Oilman SO ' ,M. Croix Central 87, Somerset SI Phirtclander 85, Merrill 59 F.kele River 67. Crandon 36 •Wabeno 74. Three Lakes 71 l.aoja St. Goodman 53 ' Medford 71. Phillips 34 •Tomahawk 66, Park Falls 64 W .L» Crosse Aquinas 68, La Crosse LogaR 62 /Augusta 53, Osseo 31 . .Blair 68, Independence 44 Plalteville 94, Prairie du Chien 43 Arckdia 63, Gale-Eltrick 33 Trempealeau 74, Bangor 47 Holmen 61, Melrose-Mindoro 54 Onalaska 10, West Salem 54 L? Farge 34, Wauzeka 46 Ravall 53, New Lisbon 42 Bullion 81, Denmark 71 • Keedsvllle 71, Hilbert 61 Shiocton 16, Wrightstown 60 Manawa 73, Amherst 30 lola-Scandanavia 64, Waupaca 58 Menasha 36, Kaukauna 50 Alma 02, Waubesha (Minn.) St. Feltx 41 Arkansaw 64, Taylor SO Fairchlld 104, Eau Claire Immanuel 60 Clayton 67, Siren 43 Prairie Farm 66, Clear Lake 57 Netf Auburn 64, Bruce 61 Cameron 63, Weyerhauser 47 Altoona 57, Stanley-Boyd 36 Sparta 66, Richland Center 65 Wisconsin Delia 40, Vlroqua 43 Rla.ck River Falls 72, Rccdsburg 70 •BDecobel 63, Maustnn 49 Westby 30, Wonewpc 37 Norlh Crawford 62, DeSolo 47 Kickapoo 66, Weston 33 Brookwood 83, Hlllsbors 51 Madison Edgewood 70, Portage 63 Salem Central 78, Waterford 63 Union Grove 75, Wales 60 i assvill* 39, Belmont 55 Benton 73, Bloominilon 61 • Hate! Green 14, Poiosl 72 Necedah 92, Almond 54 Port Edwards 17, Wild Rose 64 Monlello 78. Cambria 43 Markcsan 48, Fall River 36 Rio 76, Pardeeville 58 Randolph 106, Princeton 87 CJreen Lake 71. Lowell-Reeseville 43 •'• Oafleld 68. Brandon 56 Barneveld 78, Hollands!. 34 Watertown 61, West Bend 43 Brookwood 83. Hillsboro 59 Kickapoo 86, Weston 32 Baraboo 63, MaUfton 49 Cuba City 63, Darlington 60 Mt. Horeb 60. Muscode 40 • , Mineral Point 67, River Valley 64 ' Dodgevllle 63. Lancaster 37 • Inwa-Grant 82. West Gr?nt 41 ,.W»utoma 6!. Nekoosa 37 Waaifield 70, Adams-Friendship 44 ' Hartford 65. Watimin 58 • , lival 84. O'ven-WithH 47 „ fytrshhelil 63, Stevens Poinl '» • " GAMES TONIGHT Nonconftranca . Brookdeld Central at Janesvilla Horicon at Milton Union Madison Memorial at Monroe COLLEGE BASKETBALL RESULTS LAST NIGHT State Milton 72, Carroll 64 Illinois Stata 110, Whitewater 88 Carthage 63, North Central 57 Winona (Minn.) St. Mary 77, Stevens Point "68 Wayne Slate (Neb.) 93, La Crossa 10 Kenosha 100, Roek County 57 Milwaukee Spencerlan 88, Racini Center 65 Suoml (Mich.) 12, Marathon 71 East Bowdoin 86, Trinity (Conn.) 82 Buffalo 87, Toronto 63 New York Tech 74, Hawlhorna 66 Pralt!)7, Utlca 87 Princeton 62, Army SO Ithaca 83. Colgate 87 Rutgers 100, Pittsburgh 74 Chevney (Pa.) State 07, Jersey City Slate 69 Montrenl-Lnyola 100, New Hampshire College 94 New Brunswick 72, Thomas College (Me.) 66 Vermont 67, Dartmouth 68 South Duke 74, Virginia Tech 66 Louisville 118, Georgetown, (Ky.) 88 Davidson 91, Bucknell 70 Washington & Lei 86, Brldgewater (Va.) 79 Lynchburg 58. St. Andrew's 32 The Citadel 73, Auburn 70 Tennessee 93, Richmond 45 Catholic U. 102, Gallaudet 54 Howard U. 01, D.C. Teachers 68 Arkansas College 81. Arkansas Tech 74 Florida 108. Jacksonville 73 Souiheaslcrn (La.) 83, Florida Tech 60 Southwestern (La.) 62, Norlh Texas Stale 61 Stephen F. Austin 89. Grambling 66 Midwest Michigan Stale 80, California State —Pullerlon 49 Xavier (Ohio) 8J, Villa Madonna 78 Oklahoma 91, Centenary 73 Iowa State 101, South Dakota 34 Southern Illinois 70, Sam Houston Slate 34 Warrensburg Slate 78. Ottawa, (Kan.) 6.1 Denver 95. Southern Neveda 14 Colorado 87. Texns Tech 69 Minol Slate (N.n.l 61, Northern Monta) 61. Northern Montana 60 Norlh Dakota 90, Lincoln, (Mo.) 61. Omaha 93, Momlngslde 92 Temple 87, Crelglilon 79 Southweat Abilene Christian 73. Ansel" State 73 Bavlor 90. Austin Co'lege 61 Texas 95.. Mississippi 82 Prairie View 87. E»«t Texas Stale 62 Ni"v Mexico State 102, Texas-Arlington 86 fortius rhrlstl 72, Texa« Luth»ran 67 Phllllns OSers 02, West Texas State 90 Hardln-Slmmnrs 6'. McMurry 39. Far West San niecn State 97, Redlands 59 Washlnalon OS. Miami (Pl».) 54 Southern California 5«. Idaho 50 S'anfo-d 8*. Pnrtlend 47 M ew Mexico 64 Oregon 60 San I) 1 """ U. 63, Cat Pnl< - .T>np"ini> 3(1 Santa Claea 166, Ssn Frfclrri State 54 Los Anjel««-'""•>'< "'eldenta! 77. T<VfVAMP.Vr* Ohio »»'1»>' Conference fFlrst Ronnd) T*nne«*i»e Tern 71. Mnrehe»d 6.7 Fist Ten"»ssee tt, Fist»rn Kentucky 50 Mnrr»« 17. Au«tin Pe»v 68 W'".'rm Kentucky 91. Middle Tennessee 76 Albany lt«lvrr«ttv Invitational (First R»und> Williams 96. Cm-1 Gu»'-rl 74 Albany 76. Rensselaer Poly 64 HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING FRIDAY'S RESULTS Janesvllle Craig 25, Madison Central 25 Racine Case 33. Janesvllle Parker 11 Delavan-Darien 26, Whitewater 23 F.lkhorn 31, Wilmot 25 Cambridge 38, Juneau 15 Milton Union 39, Evansville 5 Stoughton 31, Oregon II Wisconsin Heights 31. Middleton 19 Madison Memorial 22, Mcl'arland II Lake Mills. 31. DeForest 10 Madison La Follette 21. Columbus 17 Portage 29. Sun Prairie 21 Verona 36, Waunakee 13 PRO FOOTBALL NFL Games Sunday Green Bay at Minnesota Chicago at San Francisco Atlanta at Los Angeles New Orleans at St. Louis New York at Cleveland Philadelphia at Washington Pittsburgh at Detroit Dallas at Baltimore AFI. Games Sunday Buffalo at Kansas City Denver at New York Miami at Houston Oakland at San Diego Jefferson Tops Crimson for Fourth Straight The winningest high school basketball team in southern Wisconsin, did it again last night. Jefferson defeated Edgorton 5242 in a Badger Conference opener that also was its fourth victory against no losses under new coach Ken Lcipold. The Eagles share the No. 1 spot in the league with such high- powered competition as Monroe, Monona Grove and Sun Prairie, also opening.night winners. The Chccscmakers humbled Slough- ton, 84-64; Monona Grove beat Fori Atkinson, 78-67, and Sun Prairie downed Middleton, 83-71. The Jeffcrson-Edgcrton clash was a close one for the first three quarters. The Crimson froze in the final period and could make only two points, on free throws, while the Eagles picked up 10 points. Jefferson led at the half, 3224, but after three quarters Edgertoh had pulled to within two points at 42-40. After that the Crimson couldn't find the hoop. Edgerton's Jon Oren was the game's top scorer with 18 points. Teammate Al Kjernes came up BADGER Jefferson Sun Prairie Monroe • Mnnona Grove , Edgerton Middleton 0 Fort Atkinson 0 Stoughton 0 flames Next Friday Sloughton at Fort Atkinson Edgerton at Monroe Monona Grove at Sun Prairie Middleton at Jefferson ly made 15 points, Chuck Schick- cr 14 and John Rcnz 13. A 25-point scoring effort from Rick Larson wasn't enough to help Fort Atkinson to victory. The Cardinals needed more help on the free throw line as both teams scored 25 baskets. The Silver Eagles, however, had a 28-17 edge in gift shots despite missing 17. Free throws marred the game as a total of 71 were shot off 39 fouls. Monona Grove's 10-point first quarter lead, 23-13, was almost the final difference, although the Cardinals had closed to 30-34 at the half only to have the Silver Eagles pull out of range in the third period »..<. ... ..j „ —v> __. Four Sliver Eagles scored in with 13. For Jefferson, Tim Tul-1 double figures—Andy North, also 3 State Line Teams Still Undefeated outstanding on rebounds, had 20, Dan De Smidt 18, Kim De Rungs 16 and Mike Dcrr 11, John Mc- Kclvey and Bill Garvey joined Larson In double figures for Fort Atkinson. They had 13 and 12 points, respectively, Larson scored 14 of his 25 points in the last quarter. After Stoughton had taken a 22-20 first quarter lead,' Monroe's defense stiffened and held the Vikings to only seven points in the second quarter as the Chccscmakers took a 39-2B halftime margin. The teams traded points in the third quarter and Monroe finished with a 26-point outburst in the final period to boost its advantage to 20. Jim Larson and Stu Gruendahi were the Cheesemakers' chief pointmakers. Larson had 10 bas kets and five free throws for 25 points while Gruendahi sank nine field goals and three free throws. Monroe again was without the services of Don Bloom who was injured in football. He is expected to miss Uie next two games, according to Coach Lee Mitchell. vs. SPORTS ON TV Saturday 4—Boxing. Oscar Bonavena vs. Jimmy Ellis, Channels 6. 13, 27. Sunday 1—Pro football, Denver Broncos New York Jets. Channels 15. 17, 18. 1:30—Pro football, Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings, Channels, 3. 12, 33. 4—Pro football. Oakland Raiders vs. San Diego Chargers, Channels 13. 17, IS. 4:30— Pro football, Chicago Bears vs. San Francisco 49ers, Channels, 3, 12, 23. PRO BASKETBALL NBA Results Last Night Baltimore 123,'Cincinnati 109 Philadelphia 133, Seattle 109 Boston 123, Los Angeles 119 Chicago 102, New York 100 San Francisco 134, St, Louis GAMES TONIGHT Chicago at Cincinnati Boston at Detroit Los Angeles at New York Baltimore at Philadelphia San Francisco at San Diego Game Sunday St. Louis at Seattle Orfordville Parkview, Albany, and South Wayne Black Hawk remain undefeated in the State Line Conference basketball race as a result of victories last night. Each has won three straight games. Parkview whipped Juda, 7558; Black Hawk trimmed Brodhead, 89-51, and Albany downed Belleville, 94-60. In other games Arjrvle defeated Blanchardville, 69-67, in overtime and Monticello beat New Glarus, 76-57. Orfordville wasted no lime, jumnini off to a 21-10 first quar-! ter lead and was never headed. Gary Harnack set the pace for Parkview with 25 points. Randy Ihvtin contributed 18 and Jess Wakefield 13. For Juda, Craig Buhlman scored 13, Dick Leaver 12 and Dennis Kruescher 11. Brodhead was nnvor in contention as the Black Hawks swoot to a 28-fl first quarter le?d and increased - their margin in eafh of th« followin" queers. Each of the South Wayne starters scored in double figures, with Dale Sessrud set- tin" thft pace with 18. Bill Garthwaite was high for BrHp A ari -ith 15. South Wayne's bid advantage wns in nboundin". nickinij off 55 to 26 for the Cardinals. Albanv Copch Ivan Foots emptied his bench, using U nlavcrs in the rout of Belleville. Only two made free throws, howevP' 1 — nn" oach. The Comets sank 42 field Roals to Belleville's 19, In contrast, Belleville's Purgolders accounted for 22 of 32 free throws. Albany outscored Belleville in every period, doubling the loser's output in two of the four quarters. Albany's Gary Armitage had fame honors with 24 points. Dennis Ruef tossed in 18 and Tway 15 for th^ winners. For Belleville, Tom Sonnenberg scored 16, Bill Fahey 14, Don STATE LINE Parkview <• 3 3 Orfordville Albany '. South Wayne Black Hawk , « Argyle Monticello Brodhead Juda Belleville Blanchardville New Glarus / Games Next Friday Argyle at Brodhead Parkview at Monticello Albany at New Glarus Black Hawk at Juda Belleville at Blanchardville W L 0 L-Cats Notch Third Victory SdiertM (41) b ft p 2 0 3 Pop* j 1 2 1 Edwardson 8 2 5 Oren 4 S 2 Klernes 0 0 1 Rosben 0 3 2 Blca 151214 JKUrMtl (SI) blip 6 3 1 TlmTully 6 2 3 Schicker 3 0 1 Oldlon 1 0 1 Toby Tolly 5 3 4 Rent 1 0 3 Blbow 52 613 Edgerton; • 11 Jefferson 12 2-42 10-32 Port Atkinson (47) b ft p 6 14 McKelvey 0 1 4 Beckman 3 2 3 Humbach a 1 4 Papka 0 1,1 Alwln 0 0 4 Clske 0 0 0 Letcher 10 J 2 Larson 3 6 3 Garvey 25 1721 Frietag 13 11. •redhead (51) b ft p 2 3 0 Anderson 3 I 2 Yaun 3 0 4 Miller 6 3 1 Garthwaita '2 0 4 Wallace 0 0 5 Cleveland 1 2 3 Markham 3 0 1 Turner 0 2 1 Haroldjon 20 \\ 21 and Greg Hageman Black Hawk (l») b ft p 5 6 4 Jackson S » 1 Mayer 7 0 2 Sack 3 6 3 Mitchell 7 4 4 Sessrud 2 3 2 McGlynn 1 0 1 Haffelt I 0 0 Bergt .0 0 1 Rood t 0 0 McGuIra 32 25 18 Brodhead » 13 13 1«-51 Black Hawk 28 I* 2« 1»-*» B score—Brodhead 44, Black Hawk 29 Parkview (75) b ft p I 2 I Hartin 12 I 1 Harnack 3 0 1 Laube 1 0 4 Harrison i l 2 Wakefield 1 3 2 Miller 0 0 0 Ballmer 1 0 0 Butzler 0 0 0 Mlelke 0 0 0 Neuen'der 2 0 1 Burtneia Juda (51) b ft p 6 l 4 Buhlmaon 1 1 2 Keen 4 0 I Leaver 1 3 4 Newman 4 4 2 Wyss 5 1 1 Kruescher 0 0 0 Behring 1 0 0 Nickel 0 0 0 Whitehead 0 0 0 Gruenwald Monona Orovt (71) b ft p 2 4 3 Wooslev 7.3 3 De Smidt 6 14 North j 6 4 K. De Rung!.' 4 3 3 Derr 1.4 1 T. De Rungt 0 0 0 Fleming 25 26 II (AP Wirephotol Iowa State's Don Smith high In the air Lake Mills High School's surging basketball team kept on rolling last night. Coach Gene Mason's sizzling L-Cats took command in the second, quarter and went on to an important Madison Suburban j Oregon Conference game, 73-66, at De- iIolin „ n Forest. ! Junr.ui MADISON SUBURBAN W L Central Division Mitton Union - 3 Cvansville ,, } Lake Mills Waterloo Deforest The L-C:#3' third straight_tri-| v.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V:;.V.V:. I . o Pastern Division Cieek Cnmbrirlse Weslern Division Watinakee. I.oili I Mrl T a r land | Vnnna , r^vnette 1 Wifcnn'in 11'ishK 1 r.nmes N'M Friday Milton al U.'*unal:*- V.rnn.i st Pvans*-')!!* Camhridce at l.ak> Mil's Lakeside at Wisron»in Heights Waterloo at Juneau l.nrli at Orenon PovneUe at Mar*h3i! Dei-rflrlrl at fleFore.! ,lohn«nn Creek at MrHarland Purdue UCLA Battles Tonight Fort Atkinson 13 21 12 21-«7 Monona Grove 23 16 21 . 18—71 FTM—Fort 5> Monona 21 B score—Monona 63, Fort 27 Monree (14) b ft p 10 5 1 Larson 1 2 4 Spring 0 2 2 Bosany 6 4 3 Goet: 1 0 0 Flnnegan » 3 4 Gruendahi S 4 4 Crelgo 0 0 1 Dearth 32 20 16 Stoughton (44) b It p 4 0 3 Erickson 4 4 4 Rambo 3 0 4 Sveum 6 3 3 Moeser 4 1 2 Selbo 0 1 1 Gloyd 2 2 1 Peterson 11 1 Slgerslio) 3 0 0 Jacobs. 0 0 1 Lysne 241717 Stoughton 22 7 1* 16-64 Monroe 20 1» 1? 26—64 FTM—Monroe 4> Stoughton 13 B score—Monroe 4?, Stoughton 41 Sun Prairie (13) b If p 2 1 2 Meule 4 1 3 Veith 11 4 0 Allan 6 5 2 Krebs 16 2 Anderson Middleton (71) b tt p 4 i 3 engelbert 12 2 Raether 4 0 3 Haralson 2 0 2 Put! 8 2 3 Hoerret 6 1 2 Mast 0 1 1 .Hodgson 3317? 32 7. 16 34 7 12 24 1014 J« d ? 10 14 Parkview 21 U FTM—Juda t. Parkview 8. B score—Parkview 60, Juda 36. 23-51 23—75. Belleville (60) b ft p 4 6 2 Fahey 5 6 1 Sonnenberg 4 5 2 Frietag 3 5 1 Hageman 1 0 1 Funietrt 1.0 1 Fahey 1 0 1 Ringgenberg 1?22» Albany (!4) b ft p 7 1 2 Tway • 4 0 3 Blumer f 0 2 Ruef 1 0 1 Halversor) 4 0 3 Sloehr 10 3 Krapp 12 0 4 Armitage 3 1 2 MalcooK 1 0 0 Kleisch 4 0 0 Dumphy 0 0 2 Sperry Sun Prairie 19 20 22 Middleton 10 16 17 FTM—Sun Prairie 7 r Middleton 5 B tcore—Middleton 63, Sun Prairie 33 22-13 26-71 Bowling Scores FRANKLIN MERCHANTS 135 W L Pts. W L Pts. 28 7 38 -Curt-Jack's 17 10 24 Pine Grove 27 8 36 '19th Tee 13 23 18 Milton Ave, 21 15 31 Sportsman's 14 22 17 Clinic Bar. 19 7 27 Mason Shoes 12 24 15 C.B.K. 21 15 27 Cotton Co. 7 29 9 Brigg's Liq. High Scorea Team—Mason Shoes, 2,626 and 898; C. B. and K. Supnly. 801. Individual—Don Elser, 620 and 220; Leo Burkhamer, 582 and 233; Dick Waile, 572; Tom Burner, 223. 462 22 Belleville Albany 11 , 24 12—60 23-74 101 FTM—Bolleville 10, Albany » B team scores—Belleville 34, Albany 20 Craig Swimmers 3rd in West Bend Meet New Craig , Lod) at Columhus 'F.vahsviile at Edgerton • Williams Bay at Richmond, Madison Central at Madison La Follette Watertown at Sun Prairie McFarland at Columbus Clinton at North Boone Btlolt »t Rocktord East Stata Daif at St. John's Military Lakeside at Northwestern Prep St.'Wancis at Racine Cast Racing Horllck at Kenosha Tremper ABA Result Last Night Jersey 113, Dallas 100 Game Tonight .Anaheim at Indiana Gaines Sunday Anaheim at Denver .Minnesota at Houston Kentucky vs. New Orleans at Memphis Tenn. Games Monday Minnesota at Houston Denver at Kentucky PRO HOCKEY NHL Results Last Night No games scheduled. Game) Tonight Los Angeles at Montreal Oakland at Toronto New York at Pittsburgh Chicago at Boston Minnesota at St. Louis Games Sunday Montreal at Boilon Los Angeles at New York Pittsburgh at Detroit Minnesota at Chicago St. Louis at Philadelphia FIGHT RESULTS NEW YORhV-Danny Perej, 133'/, San Juan, stopped Jimmy Meilleur, 161, Toronto, 6. ROME—Ken Hansen. Algiers, outpointed Re.nato Oalli, Italy. 8, featherweights. ROME—Sandro Maiiinghi, I5<!;, Italy, knocked out Jo Gonzales, 154, Trance, 5, Masringhi relained Luropean Junior Middleweight title. Lduardo Corlett, Argentina, stopped Benito Penna, Italy, 7. Heavyweights. WEST BEND - Craig Hiuh School swimmers of Janesville finished third in a triangular meet here last night. Nieolet won the event with 03 points, with the host team a close second with 61. Craig scored 44. Craig failed to win any firsts. Best scorers for the Cougars wore Phil Gredler, Jeff Helgeson, Rick Scholl and Gary Myher. The defeat was the first for j the Craig team, which opened with a victory over Janesville Parker on Tuesday. 200-yard medley relay—I. Nieolet, 2, Craig, 3. West Bend. Time: 1:52.9 200 freestyle — I. Justinger (WB1; 2, Bruchata (N): 3. Myher (C); 4. Sullivan (C); 5. France (N). 2:00.7 50 freestyle—1. Sauer (WB); 2 Pec- ar«kv (Nl; 3. P. firedler; 4, Scholl (C); 5. Marrtcll (Nl. 0:24.1 400 Individual medley—I. Mueller (Nl; 2. nhlrosse (WB1; 3. Helgesnn (C); 4. Becker (WB); 5. Hetser (N). J -,11.1 Dlving-1. Klein (WB); 2. Judge (Nl; 3. Johnson (C); 4. Brace (WB); 5. Hosier (Nl. 134 pts. 100 butterfly—1. Mueller (Nl; 3. Rrace fWB); 3 Radwell (N); 4. Sachse (WB); 5. Lee (C). 1:01.7 100 frg: style—1. Ssur iWBl; 2. Nau- rert (N): 3. Sholl (C). 4. P. Gredler (C); 5. Pecarsky (N). 9:43 1 Ski Club To Hold An open house and equipment exchange will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday by members of the Oak Ridge Ski Club in the club's chalet on City Highway 14, beyond Riverside Park. According to Fred Wienecke, president, there are 41 memberships available for the 196768 season. Facilities are limited to 115 family memberships. EL-RA W L 2,1 14 Lions Oil Co. 24 15 II. of Bacchus 24 15 Unknowns 2.1 IS Hill's TV 22 17 Rlue Star 21 17 'El-Re 20 18 'The Barn 20 19 Woman's Hieh Team—Hill's TV FRIDAY MIXED W I. 19 10 'Set amblers 18 21 Sunsrt Club 18 21 MAPCC1 18 21 Rock River 18 21 Ir.gala 17 21 'Sears 13 24 Racine St. 8 31 C.B.K. Scores 137 and 767 (league By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wcstlcy Unseld of Louisville has set a goal of 45 points for UCLA's Lew Alcindor to shoot at tonight when the national collegiate , basketball champions open their season at Purdue. Unseld, picked on the 1967 All- America with Alcindor, set a Louisville one-game record as the nationally third-ranked Cardinals whipped Georgetown, Ky., 118-66 at home as the college season opened officially Friday night. Alcindor, the 7-foot-l Player of the Year last season when he led UCLA through an unbeaten season, scored 56 points against Craig High Wrestlers in lie MADISON — Janesville Craig High's wrestling team battled Madison Central to a 25-25 tie in a season opener for both teams here yesterday. Three Cougars scored pins. They were Chris Doman at 120, Brian Tucker at 138 and Mike Vail at 154. Central defeated Craig, 14-10, in the junior varsity competition. Craig was scheduled to wrestle the Platteville Hillmen here this afternoon. The Craig . Central varsity summary: 95—No match. 103—Dale Brunsrll, (,|C1 won on forfeit. 112—Dave Barnes, (MCI beat Walter Marly, 9-3. 120—Chris Doman, (JC) pinned Barry Pox, 2:41. 127—Boh Nachkash, (MC) pinned Dick Hillmcr. 4:22. 133—Ben Griffin (JC) beat Larry Jones, 10-li. I3S—Brian Tucker (JO pinned Brian Moner, 3:.15. 143—Crawford Henderson (MC) pinned Terry Fanning 2:30. 154—Mike Vail (JC) pinned Lon Chow, 2:50. 165—Dennis Rowe (MC) pinned Dan Elliott, 2:32. 180—Scott Miller (JC) and Jim Caivlc, drew, 4-4. Heavyweight—Len Griffin (MC) pinned Mark Stephens, 4:42. record): Linns Oil, 2.117. Individual—l.eroy Whinnle. «?8 and 228; Don Biely. 376 and 5.16; Bill Hill. 563 and 236: Dode Hill, 532 and 203; Freda Treder, 541. 100 backstroke—1. Ohhogge (Will: 2. Brengel (N); 3. Helgeson (C); 4. Schmitt (WB); 5. Zinsmaster (C). 1:03.2 400 freestvle—I. Brucato (N); 2 Myher (C); 3. Heiser (N)j 4. Van Bakle (C); 5. Brandt (N). 4:S5.8 100 breaststroke—1. Ponolowsky (WB); 2. Kralre (N); 3. R. Gredler (C); 4. Pane (N); 5. Odland (C). 1:13.3 400 freestyle relay—1. West Bend; 2. Craig; 3. Nieolet. 3:50.8 Milton Wrestlers Defeat Evansville EVANSVILLE—Milton Union's wrestlers won all but one bout here last night as they defeated Evansville High, 39-5, in a battle of Madison Suburban Confer, ence teams. Evansville's only win was a pin by Ed Larson in the 95- pound class. Milton Union registered three pins. They were by Eugene Pas. torius, Kerry Hull and Bruce Bass, who flattened his foe in only 10 seconds. Summary: 93—Ed Larson (E) pinned Hal Hau- I gom. 1:35. 103—Dexter Clark (M) defeated Rich Ripp. 4-2. 112—Cllen Staeey (Mi defeated Jim [ Schuh, 4-0. 120 — Terry Flood IM) defeated Ran- I dy Schumacher, 0-2. 127—Dennis Kienbaum (M) defeated Bob Krueger, 11-5. 133—Eugene Pastorius (Ml pinned Bob Olmsted, 3:25. 138—Rod Montanys (M) defeated Dave Schuh, 7-0. 145—Pete Reed (M) defeated Joa Peterson, 12-0. |34—Kerry Hull (M) pinned Sid Quam, 5:22. 163—Bob Kumlien (M) defeated Dave Odegaard, 5-3 180—Matt Slowey (M) defeated John Weitby, 130. Hegvywiliht—Bruce Bast (M) plaited Steve Drace, 0:10, WOMEN'S MERCHANT (El-Ra) w i. w i. "M IS Rollv's Pines 20 to BrigB's Liq. 23 16 Badser Cleanci 15 24 Mars' Grace 22 17 Nehl's Oi'a 13 26 Dave's Std. !tl*h Scores Team — Billy's Pines, 2,261 and III; Nehl's Oils. 2.200. 'ndividual—Keren Burkhamer. 507 *n*t 226 fleaeue record); Alice Socwell, 4C7; Bev Dallberg, 407. Delavan, Elk Wrestlers Win Delavan-Darien and Elkhorn High School wrestlers opened Southern California in his first varsity game as a sophomore. A sellout crowd of 14,500 is expected at Purdue's new campus gym to see how many big Lew will tally against the Boilermakers in his first game as a junior. Princeton's I v y Lea cue champs, ranked eighth to UCLA in the pre-scason AP poll, rallied for a 62-59 victory over Army, and the lOth-ranked Davidson Wildcats also chalked up an opening home court by drubbing Bucknell 91-70. Temple shattered Creighton's record of not having lost a home opener in 32 years by whipping the Blue Jays, 87-79 at Omaha, Neb. Princeton's Ivy League champs, ranked eight to UCLA Duke downed Virginia Tech 74-66, Southwestern Louisiana upset North Texas 62-61. Vermont surorised Dartmouth 6765, The Citadel beat Auburn 7370, Ithaca upset Colgate 89-87 and Tennessee made it 25 in a row at home by crushing Richmond 93-45. New Mexico edged Oregon 6460. Washington crushed Miami of Florida 96-54. Colorado heat Texas Tech 87-69. Weber State overcame Colorado State Uni- versitv 71-61, Southern Illinois humbled Sam Houston State 7054, Southern California defeated Idaho 59-50. Stanford rolled over Portland 83-47 and Oklahoma conquered Centenary 91-74 in other major games. Princeton came from nine noints back for its home triumph over Army. Joe Heiser, who scored 22 points, put the Tigers ahead for Rood at 54-52 with about four minutes left. Mike Maloy, Davidson's highly touted sophomore, made an imoressive varsity debut with 19 points in helning the Wildcats down Bucknell. Joe Cromer, with 29 points, naced Temple over Creighton: Ray Bueb's layup gave Vermont its upset over Dartmouth: Russ Marron's basket in the last 16 seconds did the sime for Ithaca over Colgate, and Marvin Winkler's 15-foot jumper with two seconds on the clock accounted for Southwestern Louisiana's surprise victory over North Texas at Lafayette. La. Western Kentucky beat Middle Tennessee 91-76. Murrfiy downed Austin Peay 77-68, Tennessee Tech defeated Morehead 71-63 and East Tennessee umph, coupled with Evansville's j i, UPMH * Lutheran 82-59 defeat of Milton Union, left'" the three teams tied for first place in the Central Division. Each has a 2-1 league record. Oregon missed a chance to make it a four-way. tie in the Central Division when it fell to Waterloo, H7-67. That was the first league win for the home team. In other Suburban action. Deerfield suffered its first setback in the Eastern Division, 73-66, at the hands of Marshall. It forced the Demons to share first place with Marshall, Johnson Creek and Juneau. Creek clobbered Lakeside Lutheran,, „ ... . 77-53, at Lake Mills, and Juneau j^ cc |, lvc ^' whipped Cambridge 75-57, on its: home court. Waunakee remained as the only unbeaten team in the Suburban by shading Verona, 4241, for its third league win. Lodi, coached by Rod Hanson of Janesville, dropped from a share of the Western Division lead when it suffered its first defeat, 76-53, at home against McFarland. Poynette routed Wisconsin Heights, 74-39. Lake Mills produced 44 points in the second and third quarter to topple DeForest. The L- Cats were down 17-16 after the first period, but grabbed a 38 36 halftime edge and led the rest of the way. They sealed the issue with a 22-12 bulge in the third quarter. -Steve Brynd and Gary Gerstner sparked the high-powered Lake Mills attack with 22 and 20 points, respectively. Wayne Nehls was the top man for DeForest with 22, as the preseason Central Division favorites lost their second straight game Waterloo led Oregon by onlv 35-33 at halftime, but the Pirates bombed the Panthers 24-8 in the third quarter to win going away. Waterloo was led by Don Drians with 23 points, Reg Riesop with 22 and Phil Zimbric with 18. Johnson Creek's tall Bluejays who gained their fourth win in! five games, rolled to a 15-9 lead in the first quarter against Lakeside and were ahead all the way. Creek held a command 36-20 bulge at halftime. Buzz Orval paced the Blue- jays' balanced attack with 19 points. Ed Meier and Paul Sluchcr scored 15 and 14, re- for Lakeside. The losers missed 14 of their first 15 free throw attempts and missed 20 of 35 in the game. Marshall connected on 25 of 34 free throws to beat Deerfield, The Demons outscored Marshall 27 to 24 from the floor. Deerfield held a 37-35 lead at halftime, then folded. Lake Mills (73) b It p. 1 1 2 Hlnimann 9 2 3 Gerstner 5 0 5 Morgan 1 0 0 Strauss 2 0 4 Engberg 8 6 3 Brynd 5 2 3 Heiti 0 0 0 Farrell 31 11 20 De Forest [Hi b ft p 4 0 3 Hagland • 2 7 3 Bradley 10 2 2 Nehls 8 2 3 Schmidt 2 3 2 Herwla 0 0 0 Manke 0 0 0 Lockmart 26 14 15 Lake Mills 17 22 22 1 2—7S DeForest 17 19 12 18— 6tV FTM—Lake Mills 11, DeForest 13. B team—Lake Mills 46, DeForest 4Zi Johnson Creek (77) b ft p 7 5 5 Orval 2 1 1 Featharston 5 3 3 Dellman 6 4 5 Klug 6 1 3 Altreuter 2 0 3 -Staude 2 1 4 Mclntyre 1 0 1 Kleinstieber 0 0 1 Pellman 0 0 1 Relchcrt 3113 27 Lakeside (53) b tt p 2 3 3 Lee 6 2 2 Sfeber 2 4 2 Braasch 0 3 3 Westphal 7 1 4 Meier 2 0 4 Stein 0 o l Hinkleman. 0 2 1 Klug 19 15 20 Johnson Creek IS 21 20 21— Hi Lakeside Lutheran .... 9 11 is 11—jl FTM—Johnson Creek 9, Lakeside 20. B score—Lakeside 61/Johnson Creek Jl, Juneau (75) b tt p Cambridge (57) b tt p 1 3 A Pctt 0 2 0 Zelter 9 0 5 Rindahl 3 3 3 Fossum 21 3 Johnson 1 1 1 Smlttibaclc 5 i 4 Zlbell 2115 20 3 1 0 Saugstad 8 2 1 Thlerhe 3 2 4 Schaefer 1 4 4 Ultech 1 0 l Soldner 10 0 Leonard 2 0 2 Werblow 4 7 2 Owens 6 1 3 Butchkoff 29 17 17 Cambridge .9 15 1» 14—5T Juneau 24 15 21 IS—75 FTM—Cambridge 10, Juneau 13. B score—Juneau S7, Cambridge 27, Clinton, Bulldogs, Cadets Win Openers GI.KS WOMEN'S Ill-Its) WLPIs. WLPIs. 50 IS *M. Carter 18 17 23 •Heleeien 19 17 3fi Falor Tir« IS 10 23 'Farm-Fleet in 17 !4 .Urn-s. Cnnsl IS 20 22 !.isa'< 17 19 2< McDonald's 17 18 20 *Murils' Hi«h Scnree Tenm-Falor Tire. 1.778 and 823; Hel- ge<rn SUiriin, 1.610. Individual—Bettv Alarrm, 507 and IS2; June Heljesen. 508 and 183. their Southern Lakes confer-! whipped Eastern Kentucky 64-50 ence seasons last night with vic-i ln the flrst round of lhc ohio ' Valley Conference Tournament at Nashville, Tcnn. FRIDAY NIGirri'hS (IMaymore) W I. pn •»< IJ "< si.-Vs "2 14 nn Mha 21 15 3H Al's Pollih 21 14 •>« -Arrhery 11 17 58 Kenn's 16 20 23 Nut-»n» Hl«h Scores Tmm — Al'« PilUh SHek'n. 1 3H end 7 n < IllHiviHii-l—Hon !"».-i-son Joe H-Viek, 353 »nd 221. W I. Pts. IS ?tl 22 C.irnentrr'i 17 10 21 Cheerio Bai M »1 in r> n i r al 1121 20 Warner 11 21 18 Fsirhank's 15 21 14 Moose 2.5S.1 and 883; S27 and 238; F .nCERTON W I. pt« 23 to 30 fiat-dner 'I II 30 Tnharro ?l 11 11 Ahf»'s 16 18 21 Tibbie'" m ( h Team—fi»rdn»v < Oh'"'". 2.!M3 snrf 717 Ind'vHusI — fireii* 81; Vivian Bemis. 415. TIIRHSDAY WOMEN W I. Ptd. 17 10 20 Richardson is I8 li Town Inn H 18 16 Std. Oil' Is SS II Dairy Bar Scores •le«. 2 247 «nd 808; torics. Elkhorn scored a 31-25 win over Wilmot, and Delavan-Darien beat Whitewater, 26-23. Whitewater's junior varsity beat the Comet Jayvees, 28-10. Varsity summaries: 93—l:d Pjnnnw (D) pinned Dick Hart- nun, 2:3d. 103—Mike Koeiner (D) pinned Al Heth, 1:30. 112—Mike Brown (W) drew with Joe Sala*. II. 120— Mike Xachl (D) defeated Roger (iroth, 6-2. 127—Dave Kyle tW) defeated Tom Larson, 7-4. 133—Dave Kilkenny (Dl defeated Len Alvarado. 5 4. 138—Dirk Runkle (D) pinned Dan Pnsk, 3:45. 115—Inn Anderson (W) pinned Ken An- rlar, 3:24. 154—Tom Mammons (Wl pinned Tom I'hrisliansnn. 4:54 165—Rin Carpenter (Wl defeated Ed Terpstra 3-1. 180—Mark Manske (D) defeated Jim Miller 3-2. Heavvweight—Dick Kraus (Wl pinned Dick Earnest 3:46 Clinton, Williams Bay and Northwestern Academy racked up victories in opening games in the Indian Trails Conference last night. Clinton defeated Norris Foundation, 49-37, Williams Bay won over Palmyra, 74-60, and Northwestern downed Wisconsin Deaf, 54-45. Both Clinton and Norris played ragged ball with neither team being able to score con-, sistently. Clinton moved in front I 11-5 in the first quarter and was i ahead 32-9 at the half. Norris ] outscored Clinton 18-14 in the final quarter. Don Gaulke paced Clinton with 14 points, Gary Logtcrman added 13 and Steve Meyer 11. Nine points by John Pasbrig was the best Norris had to offer. Williams Bay was led to victory by the 31-point assault of Wayne Frey, who sank 14 field goals and three free throws. The Bulldogs widened a 16-14 lead over Palmyra at the end of the first quarter with a 19-6 bulge in the second period, then , picked up six more points with 1 a 23-17 margin in the third quarter. After that it was too late | for the Panthers to catch up. \ Palmyra with 15 points and Tom i Pinnow added 13. j Northwestern Military and Na-1 val Academy of Lake Geneva I used the same combination of \ nine players scoring to trim Wisconsin Deaf of Delavan But only one was in double figures Wayne Martin with 13 points. INDIAN TRAILS W L Clinton , l Williams Bay Northwestern Palmyra State Deaf Norris Foundation Games Next Friday Northwestern at Palmyra Williams Bay at Norris Clinton at State Deaf Wis. Deal (45) b ft p 2 * 1 Sharer 2 0 4 Hatbison 2 5 3 GalaK 2 9 5 Grior 3 5 5 Thompson 11 2318 Northwestern (54) b ft p 1 0 2 Schau 3 0 4 Elmy 2 1 4 Sackley 6 1 3 Martin 3 2 3 Jamleson 3 3 2 Pence 2 1 4 Werner 0 o 1 .Pfelffer 0 1 1 Shafer 0 0 1 Sovern o o l Keopke 3 0 2 Yarned* 23 8 28 Wisconsin Deaf 4 31 13 17—45 Northwestern 11 16 8 19—54 FTM—Wis. Deaf 21, Northwestern 14..' B scare—Northwestern 37, Wis. Deaf 26 Palmyra (50) b ft p 2 4 4 Phelps '4 7 2 Stauae 1 0 0 Harding 6 13 Pihow 3 1 1 Nelson 0 1 1 .Schroeder 2 4 3 Cashmer 1 0 5 Kuchl 0 4 3 Landgraff 19 22 22 Williams Bay (74) b ft p 14 3 2 W. Frey 0 0 1 Glovannettl 17 4 Osborne 1 0 2 Hanson 2 o 1 Weeden 5 3 4 Eitmontas 0 0 4 Humphrey 0 0 2 Vegter 2 1 4 Breen 1 0 2 B. Frey 3 0 3 Hovestol 1 0 0 Perkins 30 14 29 Marshall Defeats Beloit Aldridge Marshall Junior High School opened its 1967-68 basketball season with a 50-41 victory over Be-. , .,, loit Aldridge here yesterday af-! Steve Gner of the Hilltoppers Palmyra 14 6 17 23-60 Williams Bay 16 1» 23 16—74 FTM—Palmyra 18, Williams Bay 12. B score—Williams Bay 50, Palmyra 40, Mathison, 48» and EVANSVILIK LADIES WLPt*. Wl. Pn. Sfl 0 4? r.reen Onioi 16 23 22 Union SB 0 42 Zweifel 's ".7 II 3S 'Rowley 's 23 14 34 Hamacher '1 17 S3 Graham 's 17 21 leader -il 11 17 Midland 18 21 2! "Maes |H»h Team — Tlwe'M's rireen Onion. 2.346 2.119; Willis. 788. Indivldutl'-tjva Zweifrl, Marlon Clark, 5J5 and 3«»: aek, 111! Gerry (jeerie, 204. Co-o| IS 24 21 Baker's 15 24 19 -Scaltest 14 33 19 r,lh'« 13 24 !• P-vlew 15 'M IS Wi'lis IS SS 17 "Mr. Jack's '1 16 Teg's Srnres i.'M. S!4 »nd 815; and 814; Rowley's, 575 and 209; Karen Ham- 95 — Mike Rouinson (W) pinned Bill Ludtke, 1:24. 103—Pete Olivas (E) pinned Tim Tressell. 3:43. 112—rharles Minshail <W) pinned Pat Bums, 2:44. 120—Pat Busby (Wl pinned Dan Alder. 1:28. 127—Dennis Count (E) decisioned Greg Tressell, 9-2. 133—Ralph Joost (E) pinned Sam Barran co, :5!>. 138—Bill Joost (E) pinned Dan James, :44. 143—Dan Ward (E) pinned Bill Hewill. 3:23. 154-Dick Hoist (W) pinned Kirk Matill, 4:40. 165 — Al Peters (W) pinned Mike Schwabe, :ij 180— Leon Price (E1 decisioned John Zak 3-2 Unlimited — Gary Person (E) planed Psvyl Braund, 1:59. ternoon behind a 19-point outburst by Tim Paterick. The game's top scorer sank six field goals and seven free throws. Tom Carpenter was the only other Marshall player in double figures with 12 points. Bud Polglaze led the losers with 13. The Cardinals had a 13-11 edge after the first quarter and continued to outscore Aldridge in each of the remaining three periods. also had 13, and Larry Thompson 11. teammate Ciinion-(4t) b ft p 5 3 2 Logterman' 5 4 4 Gaulke 1 1 2 Wenlland 2 0 2 Johnson 3 5 2 Meyer 12 3 Gibson 0 0 2 Clefish 1715 17 Norrli (37) b ft p 2 1 4 Jens 2 2 2 Loose 2 l 5 Hoitzmenn 1,0 0 Ferris 10 0 Harrington 3 1,5 Powers 4 1 2 Pasbrig 0 1 0 Anderson IS 7 18 Clinton. Norris. . .11 5 FTM—Clinton 12, Norris 7. B score—Clinton 40, Norris 18. 14—49 18—37 ADAMS 55 S. River St., Downtown Janesville Emergency Sale Continued SUNDAY, DEC. 3 - 12:15 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. 30% to 50% OFF! AN EXCLUSIVE NFL ROUNDUP 95 MINUTES OF FOOTBALL Hi lites of previous NFL games . . plus the game of the week . . . all introduced by Dick Johnson, formerly of WCLO SAT., 10:25 P.M. CHANNEL 2 TOTAL TV