Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 24, 1952 · Page 17
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Alton, Illinois
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MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PA6K BOWLING The Eagles defeated the Black Hawks in a 15 man match by 7 pins. Jim McDonald doubled in the last frame of the last game to win the match. Bill Laughlin and Geo Applegate of the Black Hawks shared high total honors Netzhammer with was 585 each, high for Bill the Eagles with 565. Marshall of the Eagles had hi game with 222. Other games of 200 or better were: A. MacDonald 200, Applegate 205 and 218, F. Losch 210 and 207, Notz- hammer 213 and 204, Mareing 203, Oden 210. 212, Laughlin 216, Greene ACME ALLIES 9:15 Jde-Mel won 3 from Post Office. State St. Mkt. won 3 from American Legion. Luken won 3 from Metcalfe-Miller. Chiles won 2 from Budweiser. Russel Miller won 2 from Bott Welding. Sportsman won 2 from Carter. Individual high game: Huber 248. Individual high series: Huber 639. Team high game: State St. Mkt. 1007. Team high series: State St. Mwt. 2864. 200 bowlers: Busch 212, Haycraft 225, Rozum 202, Hassman 201, Goss 209 201, Huber 203 248, Plager 200, Applegate 203, Lux 215, Cutler 211. Eagles 254 Hawks won 2 from Crips. Bearcats wot» 2 from Stinkers. Crows won 2 from Gas House Gang. Fools won 2 from Beavers. Bald Eagles won 2 from Fireballs. Wildcats won 2 from Patron Eagles. Individual high game: Netzham- mer 254. Individual high series: Netzhammer 615. Team high game: Foots 892. Team high series: Foots 2550. 200 bowlers: Netzhammer 254, Losch 213 203, Lenhardt 208. Wednesday Women Tryfiner won 3 from 2 Brothers. Owlettes won 2 from Al-Theds. Lous won 2 from Steck, Individual high game: Koehne 488. - - - 186. 793. Team high series: Try Finer 2291. Fern's Picklns. Shell X-100 Cat Crackers won 2 from tHsp. Office. Bulk won 2 from Exp. Lab. Cracker won 3 from Welders. Eng. tnsp. won 3 from Tech. lidividual high game: Lewis 223. Individual high series: Lewis 606. Team high game: Cracker Box 915. Team high series. Cracker Box 2648. 200 bowlers: Lewis 223, 201, Hungerford 205. Metropolitan Goldfarbs won 3 from Alamo. Hyde Park won 2 from Bucks. Griesedieck won 3'from Bowl Ii.n. Reese Drugs won 2 from Playmor. Individual high game: Holioway 243. Individual high series: Corfin- Us 561. Team high game: Hyde Park 839. Team high series: Griesedieck 2450. 200 bowlers: Walker 235, Holioway 243. WOOD RIVER BOWL Friday Ladles Authorized Auto won 2 from Pulp. Walters won 2 from Rosewood. Hill won 2 from Isco Club. Individual high game: Harrison" 196. Individual high series: Harrison 535. Team high game: Author- Peoria Caterpillars Capture AAU Title from Phillips ized Auto 753. Team Authorized Auto 2200. high series: Individual high series: Berry Team high game: Try Finer 1:30 Women Five won 3 from Easy Hit and Miss won 2 from Split Pickers. Pepperettes won 2 from Tumble Weeds. Individual high game: Ochs 200, Bohart 200. Individual high series: Ochs 553. Team high game: Fern's 735. Team high series: Fern's 2083. 200 bowlers: Btfhart 200, Ochs 200. Wednesday Merchants. Brown won 3 from Owls Club. Oidlimer won 2 from Miss. Lime. Suncrest won 2 frtfm Alton Box. Alton State Hosp. won 2 from Franks. Beder won 2 from Schlitz. Noll's won 2 from Gissler. Alton Seat Cover won 2 from Russet V. Blind. Individual high game: Borman 231. Individual high series: Walkington 568. Team high game: Alton Seat Cover 905. Team high series: Russel V. Blind 2575. 200 bowlers: Haycraft 214, Fitzhugh 215, Carr 215, J. Taylor 202, Brown 220. Brock 220, Borman 231, Bennett 213, Shock'ley 211. IOOF Intercity Western Star won 2 from Encampment. Alton Rebekah won 2 from Wood River. Greenwood won 2 from Darlin Rebekah. Individual high game: John Starbuck 200. Individual high series: J. Starbuck 491. Team high game: Western Star 780. Team high series: Western Star 2123. 200 bowlers: J. Starbuck 200. BOWL INN Premium Shell Reformers won 3 from Alkala- tion. Extraction won 2 from Gas Dept. No. 1. Lube Oils won 3 from Eng. Insp. No. 2. Cokers won 2 from Elect. & Mach. Individual high game: Madosh 214. Individual high series: Madosh 584. Team high game: Lube Vacuum 891. Team high series: Lube Vacuum 2577. 200 bowler;;: Madosh 202, 214, Farley 202, Simon 209, Isted 207, Johnson 201, Bierbaum 205. Business Men WR Paint won 3 from 111. Power No. 4. WR Journal won 3 from 111. Power No. 3. 111. Power No. 2 won 2 from III. Power No. 1. Individual high game: F, Mennemeyer 216. Individual high series: J. Drainer 595. Team high game: WR Paint 850. Team high series: WR Paint 2456. 200 Bowlers: F. Mennemeyer 216, Baker 201, J. Drainer 208 and 213. Friday Late Ladles Dominos won 3 from Rapps. Svveetin'; won 3 from Personality. Walz won 2 from Friendly. Barnetts won 2 from Balkans. Hauhe won 2 from Strecpers. Bobs won 2 from Moosettes. Individual high game: Edwards 192. Individual high series: I. Fielder 499. Team high game: Barnetts 773. Team high series: Walz 2168. DENVER, March 24, /P-Champion Peoria and the three other top teams in the 45th National AAU basketball tournament headed today for Olympic tryou*- in New York City and Kansas City this week. The Illinois Caterpillar Diesels bagged their first AAU championship Saturday night by surprising the favored Bartlesville, Okla., Phillips 66rrs 66-53, in 'he tournament finals. The U.S. Rir Force All Stars, made up mostly of players from Tinker Air Base in Oklahoma, nailed down third place with a 4847 overtime upset of Hollywood's Fibber McGce and Molly team. Peoria and the Air Force team will play Saturday In Madison Square Garden. Runnerup Phillips and Hollywood meet in Kansas City the same night. The winners play March 31 in New York City. The victor t.ien meets the collegiate winner of a companion series in an exhl.'Kion game in Madison Square Garden April 1. Howie Williams' blazing shooting and all-around floor play steered Peoria to its triumph over the Phillips team, which was shooting for its eighth championship "In the last 10 meets. • Bob Kurland, the seven foot center ace for Phillips, was chosen by Two Killed in Auto-Train Crash Woman's Club of Roxana to Meet Wife of Nebo Coach and Player Victims CLINTON, March 24- ~IP~ Earl Halsey, 17, an outstanding mem- Bfcr of the Nebo High School basketball team, and Mrs. Barbara Zumwalt, 30, wifo'of,the team's •coach, were fatally injured Saturday night in a train-auto crash nt Kenney, near Clinton. Halsey died Saturday night and Mrs. Zumwalt succumbed to injuries Sunday night. Also injured were her husband, Wayne Zumwalt, 28, and two team members, Dale Guthrie and Lyle Barton. None was reported Mrs, A, Hacke Will Give Talk on 'Germanics' ROXANA — An art program has been arranged for Tuesday night's meeting of the Roxana Woman's Club which will l.e held in the Community bulldln-( nt 7:30 p.m. Mrs. A. Hnekc will be guest speaker and will talk on ceramics. The program has 'iecn arranged by the art committee composed of Mrs. Lewis Radmacher, Mrs. George Gilleland and Mrs. F. N. Moore, The annual business meeting critically county, hurt. Nebo is in Pike tournament sportswriters and sportscasters on the AAU's "All- American" squad for the sixth straight year. The former Oklahoma A&M ace was a unanimous choice as was Frank McCabe, Peoria center who formerly played for Marquette. Others on the squad are Williams and Dan Pippin, both of Peoria; Heffley and Wallace of the Air Force; Jack Stone and Billy Donovan, of Hollywood; Ken Pryor and Bus Whitehead, both of Bartlesville. Standard Oil Industrial Rel won 2 from Crude Stills. Painters won 2 from Inspection Lab. Barrell House won 2 from Machinists. Pipe Fitters won 2 from Instrument Dept. Carpenters won 2 from Boiler Makers. Main Office won 2 from Store House. Cobb, high game: Restored to labile Life TOKYO, March 24, !P— Marmoru Shigemitsu, signer of Japan's surrender aboard' the U.S. battleship "Missouri," today was restored the right to take part in public life. won Individual Marshall 234. Individual high series: Cobb 633. Team high game: Industrial Relations 876. Team high series: Industrial Relations 2530. 200 Bowlers: Cobb 230 and 234, Marshall 201 and 234, Landreth 209, Kochan 200, Green 209, Ballard 207, Bauer 207, Ernst 202, Toth 203, 202 and 201; Maloney 210. Service Club Costanzo won 2 from Hyde Park. Cooks won 2 from South Roxana Dads. Standard A.C. won 2 from Walters. Delmar won 2 from Dabbs. Rotary won 2 from Chamber of Commerce. Lions Club won 2 from Albrecht. Individual high game: Grove 223. Individual high -series: Jenkins 581. Team high game: Cooks 839. Team high series: Hyde Park 2452. 200 Bowlers: Grove 223, Jenkins 208, E. Dabbs 201, Totora 200. Senior Merchants Lashley Mohme won 3 from Odd Fellows. Skaggs won 3 from Charlies. Stuart won 3 from V.F.W. Hofgren won 2 from 204 Seniors. Weavers won 2 from 9th St. Grocery. Kellys won 2 from Moose. Individual Neil Colville, former coach of the New York Rangers in the NHL, is a partner with Jack McGill of the Providence Reds of the AHL. They own an outdoor summer movie theatre in Alberta, Canada. Authorities dispute whether the manor, one of the basic elements of feudalism, was a development of similar estates in the late Roman empire or was developed in the Middle Ages. More than 200 species of North American birds are known as winter migrants in Guatemala. Bunker Hill Civic League in Meet BUNKER HILL. — Mrs. D. W. Gravltt, program chairman for the Civic League meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Grace Dey, spoke on "The Library—Its Benefits and Uses." Plans were made tor a group to attend the district Federation of Women's Clubs, Thursday in Girard. The Civic League s will serve a banquet at the Lutheran Parish Hall, April 17. Tickets are now available. Hostesses assisting Mrs. Dey were Mrs. Lola Davis and Mrs. R. E. Riggs. Baptist Class Meets BUNKER HILL. — The Christian Beacon Class of the Baptist Church held its monthly meeting Friday evening at the church. Dean Emery led devotionals and William Snedeker led games. Refreshments were served to the group by Mrs. Orville Snedeker and Mrs. Arthur Lovell. Society Meets BUNKER HILL. — The Rev. Kenneth Mack spoke to the Women's .Missionary group of the Baptist Church, Thursday evening. The women will' sew Wednesday for the Vaughn family, who will return to Africa soon. Home on Leave BUNKER HILL. — H. A. William Wheeler, who recently graduated from Hospital Corps School, St. Albans, N.Y., is home visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheel- wlth election of officers and annual reports will be given at this meeting. Hostesses a e Mrs. William F. Cook, Mrs. Ralph Reichcrt, Mrs. R. E. Weaver, Mrs. Keith McFarland and Mrs. Roy Williams. The executive board of the club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Clifton Ricks of Wood River avenue, East Alton, to make plans for the April 8 meeting which will be the birthday party anri husband's night. Adult Sowing CUM ROXANA—A sewing course for adults will begin today at 6:30 p.m. In the home economics room ot the high school.' The claps will be limited to the first <M women -ho register. Mrs. A. L. Kit/miller, home economics teacher at the high school, svill be the Instructor. Baptist Youth Stage ty at Roxana ROXANA. — The Baptist Youth Fellowship enjoyed a party Friday evening at the church. A social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served. Those attending worn the Rev. and Mrs. L. Mustaln and son, Danny; Btigky Harmon, Paul and Connie Kindle, Jack Beuchler, John PlcMoring, Gene and Jerry Esten, Delbert and Shirley Walmaley, Terry Cashon, Christina Bottf,, BUI Roberson, Kenneth Krooschal, Richard McDonough, Bob Powers, Jean Harmon, Lola May Bean, Pat Gilbert, and Mrs. George Ukena, Ilnxntm Notrs ROXANA. - Mrs. Joseph Gill of West Tydeman avenue visited .Thursday In Wordcn with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Stoecker. Sunday guests at the Gill home were Gill's aunt and family, Mrs, fimma Schmidt and daughters, Ruth, Arlene and parlene, of Gll- Icsple. Amther $5000 Gift New Addition to Bunker ffltt High School Dedicated Sunday Bunker Hill 4-H Girls Club Stages Party BUNKER HILL. - The Merry Maidens,4-H club staged a party for their friends nt the Bank Hall, Thursday night. Games and songs were led by the recreation refreshments com were For Japan ROXANA—Mrs. George Billow who resides with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Diveley of Tenth street, returned Saturday from San Diego, Calif., where '<he spent the past two weeks visiting her husband who left this past weekend for Japan with the navy. Costanzo won 3 from Italian Lodge. Individual high game: Summers 212. Individual high series: Summers 518. Team high game: Garretts 745. Team high series: Garretts 2156. 200 Bowlers: Summers 212. ENJOY ELM DAIRY HOMOGENIZED MILK high game: Waggon- er. Attend WCTU Meeting BUNKER HILL. — Mrs. Otto Kierle and Mrs. Jesge Scroggins attended a spring institute of the Women's Christian Temperance Union at Alton Thursday. Cheryl and Danny Johnson, grandchildren of Mrs. Scroggins, became white ribbon members. Cheryl and her East Alton EAST ALTON—Donna Corzine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Corzine, 219 Picker, has returned to her home from St. John's Hospital, St. Louis, after undergoing surgery. Mrs. Irby Vandiver, 57 Forrest Drive, has returned to her home from Wood River Township Hospital where she has been a surgical patient for the past, several days. Mrs. Vandiver is able to be up most of each day. Patty Bourland, nine year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bourland, Wood River avenue, who has been a patient at the Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, since Feb. 7, is much improved according to friends. Patty is expected to be able to return to her home in the next week or two. Mrs. Anthony Donaldson and two sons accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Hunsaker and son, Larry, all of Evansville, Ind., spent the mittec and served. Decorations were carried out in the St. Patrick's Day theme. Those who plan to attend the rally at Benld tonight are requested to be at the drug store by 7 p.m. The organization meeting will bo held at the school April 15. To Make European Tour BUNKER HILL. — Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mason left this morning for New York from where they will sail Saturday morning on the Queen Mary for Europe. They will land at Southampton, England, and from there will make a tour of the British Isles, the Scandanavlan countries, and Western Europe. The Masons are taking their car with them. They plan to return-in the fall. BUNKEtt HILL—Or, Want Olsen, director of education at Eastern Illinois Teachers College, Charleston, was principal speaker at the dedication services Sunday ot the new addition to the Bunker Hill School. Highlight of the ceremony was another gift of $5000 from George N. Melssner, for whom the school was named. He had previously con-' trlbuted $45,000. Mr. Melssner received his schooling here. He contributed $50,000 on the first high school building here In 1929. W. R. Haxel presented a check for $300 from the Allied Club to the school to purchase ( stage curtains. Members of the board, of education who have served during the erection of the building were Introduced. They were: Ernest Allen, James Crowdcr, Clinton Dey, Mrs. Luther Mason, Norman Mize, Walter Stielglllz and Edward Welch. F. A. Rich, superintendent schools, and Paul J. Wlsch, high school principal were also Introduced. A choral group under the direction of Miss Ruth Wlegand, sang three numbers. .The Rev, Hans South Roxana to Name Playground Director SOUTH ftOXANA. of South Rox/ma will meet at t:30 p.m. today in the park building to name A recreation director for the playground. The playgmind will be dedicated at a fish fry and ceremony May 28. Bruss. pastor of fhe Zlon Lutheran Church, gave the Invocation, the Rev. Donald Ix>we, pastor of the Methodist Church, gave benediction. Four Weekend Fire Calls—No Damage Four no-damage fires resulted In alarms over the weekend. At 6:35 p. m. Saturday No. 2 engine company investigated a flue blaze at the Earl Cruthls residence, 1309 Highland avenue. At 7:50 p. m. No. 1 and 3 companies responded to a flue alarm at 915 Rock street, residence of Mrs. Lula Henderson. On Sunday No. 3 doused a grass fire at Ninth 1 and State streets at 5:16 p. m. and No. 3 investigated a flue fire at the Robert Roberts residence, 847 Chouteau avenue, at 10:36 p. m. Cat Mothers Caesarian Foxes With Her Kittens OTTERBEIN, Ind., March 24, —Tennessee, the cat, would have just an ordinary family if there hadn't been an extraordinary fox hunt the day her four Jclttens were born. Charles Keller, William Dawson, Arthur Kendall and Abe Mills had been gunning for chicken killers. They dug out a female fox and shot her. Obviously she had been about to have pups. The hunters performed a crude Caesarian section and delivered two live pups. "Eat more rice and less wheat," Pakistan's Food Minister has urged, to solve the country's food problem. No 4 New Look' for Nats But Bucky Harris Still Has Hopes for Senators weekend with Mrs. Donaldson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Owen, 322 George street and with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Rea, 317 Goulding. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" er 219. Individual high series: Ferguson 577. Team high game: Skaggs 875. Team high series: Lashley Mohme 2580. 200 Bowlers: Waggoner 219, Bruning 200, Ferguson 203, Van- home 209, T. Holland 201. Senior Ladies Garretts won 3 from Alamo. VFW Aux won 3 from Matts. Donna Ray won 2 from Charlies. Connors won 3 from Phoebes. Harrietts won 2 from Wells Schmidt. ARTHRITIS PAIN NEW! TWO-WAY ACTION! 4- 1-IMDRIN TABIETS RELIEVE PAIN INTERNALLY 2- NEW IMDRIN RUB GIVES SOOTHING RELIEF FROM OUTSIDE Ouch! Take new hope! You haven't tried this new combination— 1) Imdrin Tablets work internally lo relieve pain ol arthruis and rheumatism for hours and hours, 2) The new IMDRIN RUB is highly penetrative when applied externally. Just rub it on for sore, stiff muscles, strains, sprains due lo fatigue, overwork, exposure and unusual exercise. The new IMDRIN RUB works with a glorious counter-irritant action that draws, soothes, relieves. Am axing New Applicator Top Handy new discovery applicator top leu you apply IMDRIN RUB directly on ikm at spot where it hurls. quickly and tasily. Just rub it on and i( the pain hasn't quickly reduced so much you want to dance for joy, return what'i left for your money back. Vi-s. truly. here't an amazing combination Oder . . . IMDKIN Tableta for internal pain relief . . . IMOKIN HUB for hunting pain eiternally. Get IMDRIN Tahlen- ind IMDR1NRUB . today. And because degree of relief may vary in individual cases, IMDRIN r.ioletsarenilrl to you on the guarantee of complete lahsf.icuon after firtt 72 tablet »ize boule I.T >our money refunded If pain periisu, «ee your docior. (Imdrin Rub \t wonderful for rci.rv;rig dinconiforu ol coldi when applied to chest and back ) By .JOB RE1CHLKR ORLANDO, Fla., March 24 —A 1 — The 1952 Washington Senators have the same look the bedraggled bunch that finished seventh in '51, but Manager Bucky Harris envisions better things to come. The reason for Bucky's rosy-tinged outlook stems from Ihe fact, that this season marns the former 'boy wonder's" silver anniversary as a big league pilot. In 24 years of masterminding, the oldest active skipper has newr finished in the cellar and the popular Harris is determined to keep his record unsullied. "I have to face it." admitted Harris, the realist. "We don't look very good. But we're not going to finish last. That you can be sure of." The Senators have a pretty good front line squad and a real fine pitcher in Boh Porterfield. But the team is an unbalanced one. The bench is weak, the catching uncertain and the rest of the pilchinir staff is comprised of tired veterans and castoffs from other clubs. Bettor This Year "We should be bettor this year," said Bucky. "We will have Pete Runnels, a fine hitter, right from scratch. Cass Michaels, our second baseman, looks greatly improved and we hope nothing happens to Irv Noren, as good a cen- terfieldor as there is in the league." Noren hit only .273 last year but he knocked in Sti runs and patrolled the outfield in brilliant style. "We should win from 10 to T_» more games this year," said lli.r- ris. "Where that will put us per- centagewise. I don't know." "I know this much. It will he a better balanced league this year. mother, Mrs. Carl Johnson, the former Bernice Scroggins, gave several readings. 5 BIG STORES ALTON—WOOD RIVER AND JERSEYVILLE Open Uaily and Evenings The top clubs have not improved while the second division clubs have strengthened themselves." Harris needs pitching help badly, although Porterfield is a standout. The strong-armed righthander won nine and lost eight in his half season's work last year. He joined the club in mid-season. Don Johnson, like Porterfield an ex-Yankee, is next. lie may do better than his 7-11 mark. As for the others — veterans Sid Hudson, Joe Ilaynes. Tom Ferrick, Dick Starr, Mickey Harris and the Cuban contingent of Chico Marrero, Sandy Consuegra and Julio Moreno — all Bucky can do is< hope and pray. He may get some help from newcomers Glenn Elliott and Santiago Ullrich. Infield Solid It is when Harris lets his glanco fall on his infield that he takes more heart. Mickey Vernon figures lo give the Senators a bang- up job at first base. Kddie Yost, the best leadoff man in baseball, and one of the besi third basemen in the business, is the apple of Bucky's eye. Michaels has shown more pep anil hustle and less poundage this spring and Harris believes he has a real hitter in Shortstop Pete Runnels. The starting outfield is Noren, Sam Mele and Gil Coan is not bad. Coan led the club hitting last year with .30:1. Mele was the top RBI man with !M. Washington's catching will be | shared by fiery Mickey CJrasso, a • good receiver who batted only .206 in T>2 games; and Xi-year-old Clyde Klutlz, who his .313 in 57 j games. Inticlders Kloytl Baker I and Tommy Upton and Outfielder Sherry Robertson are the reserves. •ro.M<;nT. WKIL, TUTUS. ONK MAN AND 200 WOMEN! Huatuikl-huifrr Xirln, totting a f«tor«—forgcttiig a put—braviig •nlold danger*! WOMEN •Urrnf ROBERT TAYLOR DEN1SE DAfiCEL Shown al H:4fl P. M. SISTER AGAINST BROTHER IN RACE FOR Oil RICHES! with MARIE WINDSOR RICHARD DENNING Parking In Bear ot Theater Continuous ^M^. 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