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, St. MÂ«ry'i, Â· fÂ«sh from a win Â«ver Macalesler journeys to Gwtwus Adolphus tonljiii for an MIAC coatest. This game will'open the Winona basketball week which wjll Â«ee oat city team end its regular season schedule and one wind up' its home season, ' The win over Macalester Saturday moved the ttedroen out of thÂ» cellar Â«pot In the conference.. They now stand 3-1 at compared to GuiUvus which is M In tht loop. In an earlier meeting St. Mary'i eked out a 79-77 win behind U. point* from Tom Hall. Cotter makes its bid for an outright R a v o u x Conference championship, or at least a share of the honor, when it travels to Wawca Sacred Heart Tuesday. The Ramblers are tied for the top with . Austin Pacelli. Both own 5-2 records in the loop and bolh wind up lhiÂ» week, Pacellta plays Owatonna Marion Friday. A win for the Sham- .rocks and a win for the Ramb-' lers would mean that the two squads would share (he crown. After Tuesday's contest Cotter ends its season with a non-con- forence clash against Arcadia at Gustie Lair Tonight SI. Stan's Friday. ' . Winona Stale travels to Loras at Dubuquc. lowa^ Wednesday. FrUiy the Warriors finish (heir Monday, F*brv*fy 1J, mi BEAT GOPHER SIX hbine schedule with a NSCC clash with Michigan Tech. . Winona High. makes It -Inst roadtrip of the season Friday, The Hawks will play at Rochester before coining home to end the season with three James on their own floor., Â· SI. Mary's Coach Ken Willgcn will start the .same five (onlght that .has opened tlie past few Barnes for the lledmen. Marty Llllfg and Tom Hall will be at forwards, Denny Burgman at center and'Tom Stalling* and AI Williams at guards. Hall scored 21 poinls in th* Macalester game Saturday. With liie 6-2 forward back in form, Wiltgen feels lhat his learn could register an upset tonight. Following (onight's game the, Redmen come home lo lest Concordia Saturday. . Duluth Can