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2—C THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1969 Robertson Named MVP East Downs West la NBA All Star Classic Indiana Upsets Wildcats For First Big Ten Win At SummersviHe, Casey, Dodds Nine Games Played In Church League Circuit BY -lEKUY SKIBKKT In three Church League t;a;n- ••s played al Sumniorsville last night, Spring Garden ran away from First Methodist, Wi^t Salem downed First Community, and Meadowbrook tripped First Baptist. Spring Garden jumped out 1 O a. big 3(5-19 halftimo lead and '• l .hen added some more as they • swamped First Methodist 80-13. ] D. Bernard led the winners' of- ; 'onsive attack, racking up 29 '• YiF .vkors. Fitzscrrells helped cm j ;vith 20. For First Methodist.; M. Smith had 17 and Wells 12. ' Cenlral fou'dv. back from a 4220 deficii ?1 the start of the last stanza. Price led a balanced attack fcr Epworth with hi while Kubanks and McGuire had 15 and 11. For Central, Smith finished the game with 21 while MeBride totaled 17. In a high- scoring free- for- n 31. Casey Ace. outshot Second Baptist to win 7(5-56 with four men in dmthle figures. Loading the way was Tom Jones with 22, hacked up by Roberts with 11. Terry .Tones 11, and Hart 10. Merrimnn was hiyh for Se- B ,V TOM CALLAHAN 1 Associated Press Writer | BALTIMORE (AP) — "It's still a thrill to win this one," Os- j ear Robertson said after he had led the East All Stars to a 12,> 112 victory over the West in the 19th annual National Basketball Association classic. "Not the biggest thrill," he added, "but one of them." Robertson provided plenty of thrills for the fans, though, as he turned in a brilliant all around performance which won him the most Valuable Player trophy. Gene Shue, who coached the victorious East squad, attributed his side's victory to the East's greater height. "The West team was really small," the Baltimore Bullets coach said. AskecV if ho agreed with the West Salem employed a lull roni1 Baptist as he connected selection of Robertson as the :ourt press to rattle First Community into submission. 53- 39. Griffin and Salyer paced West Salem wilh 15 and II. Gibbs and Wilson had 17 ".ml 12 for the losers. Meadowbrook led by S at the intermission, 29-21 and then coasted to a 55-4.T win over First Baptist. Leading the winners was Browning with 19 while Cherry added 14. For First Baptist, Oirison ?.nd Roney each totaled 12 while Champ had 10. In a three- game slate at Casey Jr. High, Wesley whacked Logan No. 1, Faith Lutheran dropped Lebanon, and First Presbyterian stopped Ina Freewill. Wesley showed a strong scoring punch and played tough defense in putting down Logan No. 1 63-37. Logan was held to 10 points the first two quarters while Wesley chalked up 32. For Wesley, Campbell and Lively were the big guns with 18 and 16 while Richardson had 10 for Logan. Faith Lutheran took advantage of a cold shooting night by Lebanon to score their third win in a row 42-30. The third period was Lebanon's downfall as they could muster only four points while two of their starting five fouled out. R. Korris and Nathlich split. 30 markers as they led Lutheran to the win. Wangler had 10 for Lebanon while Boone added 6. First Presbyterain cleared the bench in the second half as they took Ina Free will 57-50. Presbyterian led by 12 at the. half and upped the margin to 15 by the start of the last stanza. High scorer for the winners was Carkin with 20. Scherer helped out with 14. Adams took game scoring honors for Ina as he bucketed 29 with Eliot adding 13. In a trio of contesls played at Dodds, Epworth held off Central Christian, Casey Ave. swamped Second Baptist, and Pleasant Hill outfought St. Mary's. S. Smith gunned in 15 points in a last quarter charge by Central, but there effort fell short as Epworth held on to win 53-49. for 25 19 In a nip-and-tuck affair all the way, Ple-sant Hill emerged a 15-SO winner over tall St. Mary's. The score was close at the end of three quarters, 22-21, but Pleasant 11)11 outplayed St. Mary's the final period for the win. Riley was high man for the winners as he hit for 21. Chamhliss contributed 10. For St. Mary's Settle had 17 and ltiibenack-er 12. Following is the list of games 1o be player! tomorrow evening. At Riiminersvillc 6:45 Wesley vs. Park Avenue 7:45 Faith Lutheran vs. Logan No. 2 8:45 In?. Freewill vs. Logan No. willi Snttei-ficld adding! game's Most Valuable Player, Shue replied: "Of course I do. Oscar is the greatest. He can do so many things. We had a lot of great j players out there, but Oscar is the greatest." Shue said the East cinched the game in the final quarter "when our fast break was working to perfection with Oscar getting a couple of three-point plays. . . " The East led comfortably at ROYAL SPECTATOR is England's Prince Philip watching a competition. With his legs crossed, sun*, glasses in mouth and binoculars in hand, the prince is a picture of any typical sports enthusiast BOWLING NUBOWL LADIES LEAGUE High Series: D. Flora 477; C. Castic 409; T. Graddy 4G5; E. Bangert 459; B. Olsen 4M', M. Valentine 450. Standings: W Weerts Office Supply .... 39 Foster Equipment 34 Quality Beauty Supply 34 Gables 33 X-L Hardware 33 NuBowl Lanes 31 S & W Motors 29 1 ,. E. F. Wielt 27 Vi Montgomery Ward 22 DeMents Ice Cream 17 43 L 21 2(5 26 27 27 29 30% •/a 32V 3 38 the quarter, 35-19, on the twisting jump shots of the Bullets' Earl Monroe, and the team work of Cincinnati's Jerry Lucas and the agressiveness of Boston's John Havlicek, But the West, on the springy play of little Lennie Wllkens of Seattle and Elgin Baylor of Los Angeles closed the margin to seven at the half and finally pulled even midway in the third 1 period. After the team passed the lead back and fourth for a time, they stood knotted, 77-77, with 3:39 left in the period. Within two minutes, Wes Unsold rang up seven of his game total of 11 points and the east had an 86-83 bulge to carry into the last 12 minutes. Small wonder: can be seen at REGENCY MOTORS, Inc. Salem Rd. Phone 242-6200 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE High Series: I. McConnaughhay 560; S. Kissel 545; T. Gockel 542; D. Shafer 534; O. Chelf 525; R. Bruns 524. Standings: W L Marco Pharmacy 36 24 The Hub 35% W» Lawrence Lounge 34Mt 25Vi Atla Seal „ 32 28 Team No. Seven 31 29 Howard-Lane-Tate 29% 30y 2 Williamson Motors 21% 28% Register-News 20 40 TUESDAY'S FIGHTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - Gomeo Brennan, 161% v Bahamas, knocked out Larry Carney, 1C7, Boston, 5. Kings Pound Faltering N.Y. By 3-1 Count By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS C?n the New York Rangers, who once headed the East Division of the National Hockey League, however briefly, halt their rapid plunge toward the division cellar? The Rangers gave no assurance they could last night as they lost 3-1 to hard-skating Bill Flett and the Los Angeles Kings on the West Coast. Flett scored in the first and CHICAGO (AP) - Wisconsin and Indiana broke into the Big Ten boskelball victory column Tuesday night after throe conference losses while Iowa ran its record to 2-1 with a squeaking decision over Michigan State. Playing on its home court, Wisconsin downed Minnesota (12) GS-fil. The Badgers went ahead to slay at 54-53. Jim Johnson led their attack with 2l points while Al Nuness wa shigh tor the Gophres with 18. Joe Cooke hit 32 points to head Indiana over visiting Northwestern tl-2) 87-30. It was junior Cooke's best scoring CHICAGO (AP) — Big Ten basketball standings including games of Tuesday, Jan. 14. CONFERENCE ALL GAMES W L W L Purdue Ohio State Michigan Illinois Iowa Northwestern Minnesota Michigan State Wisconsin Indiana 2 0 9 3 2 0 8 2 1 8 1 11 1 8 2 9 2 7 2 5 3 6 3 5 Dallas Nips Minnesota Oaks Slap " L.A. For 13 In Row nigh/ cwr for the Hoosiers Laic Kelley topped the Wildcats with 22 points. Indiana led at halftime 46-34. In the only other Big Ten game played, Chad Calabria made a jump shot in the final seconds to give Iowa a 77-7o home victory over MSU (1-2). M'Sn called time with lour seconds remaining but the time keeper, hindered by crowd noise, couldn't hear. He didn't stop the clock until just one second was left. Officials gave MSU three additional seconds and Paidy Benjamin lobbed ui a shot. Officials ruled the shot wah an instant too late as the buzzer ended the game and disallowed third periods and former Rang- 1 - t It was a close game throughout Willi Iowa never getting the er Gordon LaBossiere insured the victory with a third Los Angeles score in 7:15 of the finale. Vic Hadfield registered the New York goal in 58 seconds of the second period on a pass front Jean Ratelle and Rod Gilbert. The contest was the only league game scheduled. lead until the second half. Cal abria led the attack with 21 points. Benjamin, who had been averaging 5.6 points, broke loose for 26, including 19 in th; first half. The Dallas Chaparrals' losing string has come to an end at 11, while the Oakland Oaks' winning string now has reached 13. The Chaparrals ended an 11 game drought Tuesday night when they defeated Minnesota 102-101 with a basket two seconds before the overtime buzzer in their American Basketball Association game. In other ABA action Indiana edged Houston in a thriller 116113 and Oakland handily beat Los Angeles 132-106. In the National Basketball Association All-Star game Oscar Robertson paced the East All- Stars to a handy 123-112 victory over their Western counterparts. At Dallas the Chaparrals moved ahead in the third quarter and never again trailed until Steve Vacendak hit on a Pipers' free throw for 101-100 with 16 seconds left on the overtime clock. Cincy Powell of Dallas then dumped in a 23-foot shot from the floor with two seconds showing. Connie Hawkins' 43 points for Minnisota was game high. Powell was second with 23. At Houston Roger Brown tossed in a jump shot with two seconds left in regulation time and added two free throws after the clock ran out to pace the Indiana decision. Willie Somerset of Houston topped all scorers with 35 points. Freddie Lewis and •Brown led Indiana with 29 and 23 points each. Oakland continued its winning streak with an easy victory over Los Angeles. The Oaks reeled off 10 consecutive points shortly after intermission andput it out of reach at 96-77. Dotig Moe had 26 points and Gary Bradds 25 for the winners. George Stone led Los Angeles with 19. MM238aes Jan. 15 Benton's Yunkus Hits 28 Points Tar Heels Smash Ga. Tech 10176; N western Upset COLLEGE BASKETBALL EAST Columbia 103, Georgetown, D. D. 62 SOUTH North Carolina ...01, Georgia . . . ,fc Saturday when Minnesota is The Blues, with 45 points, are: J J^g ^te « Michigan teetenng one-po.nt above last J ^ Nort hwestern. place Detroit in the standings. I The Rangers are idle today. Dc- j NATI0NAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Next action in the Big Ten j Veen 70 c South Carolina 78, Erskine 61 troit pln.ys at Montreal. Sports Shorts GOOD NEIGHBORS LEAGUE High Series: Betty Ahlf 501; Bfllie Sue Wilson 497; Jeannee Halstead 472; Wilma Wright 462; Lee Hill 460; Pat Stanley 459. Standing*: W I. Jefferson Asphalt 40% 19% Olin-Wilson Phillips 66 36% 23% Bi-State Express 35 25 Eater's Sheet Metal .... 34 26 Rose's 30% 29% American Welding 27 33 Vem's Standard Station 25% 31% Stan the Tire Man .... 24 36 Tops 24 36 Broadway Auto Body .... 23 37 By Tlffi ASSOCIATED PRKS I-IIALEAH, Fla. (AP) - Meadowhill's More Scents, basically a distance horse on grass, will attempt to carry high weight in the $25,000 added Royal Poinci- a-opening day feature at Hialeah. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ldiana 87. Northwestern 70 Rice 71, Texas Christian 64 Seattle 75. Oklahoma City 73 FAR WEST Oregon 68, Univ. of Portland 65 At Tropical Park Today arbara Jo Rubin May e First Lady To Rate credit card blues? Did Holiday shopping add an avalanche of bills to your regular monthly obligations? See us for the money you need to start the New Year right. You're always No, 1 here—never a six-figure computer number. SEE US FOR A DEBT CONSOLIDATION CASH YOU RECEIVE $ 300 500 1000 1500 2500 3500 5000 MONTHLY PAYMENT $ 17.13 27.22 42.32 63.49 92.35 104.94 129.09 MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — The battle of the sexes in the jockey ranks comes to a he«d in the fourth race at Tropical Park today when teen-ager Barbara Jo Rubin may ride a horse named Stoneland. If she makes the ride, Bar- baia Jo will -become the first female jockey to race at an American parimutuel track. mained quiet throughout the fuss, qualified to ride by passing a lest Monday before track stewards. She broke a horse from the gate and her filly outran two other horses ridden .by male jockeys. If she performs capably in her first nice, she will be issued a By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TUESDAY'S RESULT Los Angeles 3, New York 1 TODAY'S GA>IES Detroit at Montreal Boston at Toronto Chicago at Oaklard Philadelphia at St. Louis Fittsburgh at Minnesota THURSDAY'S GAMES Montreal at Philadelphia Minnesota at Boston Pittsburgh at Detroit Chicago at Los Angeles PRO BASKETBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TUESDAYS R'ESULTS East All-Stars 123, West All- Sip rs 112 TODAY'S GAMES None Scheduled PUBLIC SALE! Having sold my farm to U.S. Army Corp of Engineers win j sell at Public Auction 2% miles S. XV. of Ina, Illinois, on Sat., January 18th, 1969 Beginning at 11:00 o'clock A.M. the following described properly J Farm Machinery One 1964 1800 Oliver tractor. One 1964 6 bottom semi-mounted plow. One 4 row rear cultivator. One 1964 17 ft. wheel disc. One 19«0 880 Oliver tractor. One 1960 0 Oliver tractor. One 1960 4 row front cultivator. One 1968 Massey Ferguson No. East Carolina 75, Richmond 69 MIDWEST Drake 69, Cincinnati 64 Marquette 118, Wiscodsin-Mil- waukee 60 Wisconsin 68, Minnesota 61 Iowa 77, Michigar State 76 South Dakota 88, Augustana, S. D. 7-1 SOUTHWEST Texas A & M 76, Southern Methodist 75, overtime By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer The nickname was born back in the days of the Confederacy, when a Southern unit held firm against a superior Union force and a Yankee officer observed "they must have tar on their heels." But this band of Tar Heels from North Carolina ?s just the reverse—lightning quick. North Carolina, the nation's second- ranked college basketball team, used their fast break to advantage in a 101-76 blitz of Georgia Tech Tuesday night. While North Carolina won as expected, a couple of teams in the lower half of the national rankings—No. 17 Northwestern and No. 19 Cincinnati—were upset victims. Marquette, No. 15 and the only other nationally-ranked team in action—romped over Wisconsin-Milwaukee 118-60 Mar quette's home court. The Tar Heels, who have lost only once in 13 outings this season, wasted no time blazing past Georgia Tech. North Carolina built a 56-33 halftime margin to a lead of as many as 42 points. Olympic standout Charlie Scott led the attack at Atlanta, Ga. with 30 points for North Carolina, while Bill Bunting had 22. Rich Yunkus topped Tech with 23 points in a game marked by a total of 42 personal fouls. Marquette's 118 points against Wisconsin-Milwaukee set a school record in the cross-town game. The previous Marquette high had been 113 against Ripon in 1954. Dean Meminger had 31 points and George Thompson 20 in Marquette's 10th consecutive victory. Cecil Morries led the losers with 15. j Drake, led by Willie McCarter, improved its 30-26 halftime lead to 55-41 eight minutes deep into last half and held on' from there in handing Cincin-1 nati its first home court loss in 19 games. McCarter hit 10 of his 19 points in the decisive burst. Don Ogletree led Cincinnati with 22. Indiana, down 8-1 in the early going at Bloomington, Ind., reeled off 14 consecutive points against favored Northwestern and took it from there for its first Big Ten victory in four starts. Joe Cooke, hitting on 14 of 21 Stanky Becomes College Coach ^ At S. Alabama CHICAGO (AP) - Eddie Stanky, fired as Chicago White Sox manager last July, has accepted a job as baseball coach at the University of South Alabama near his Mobile home. The school has an enrollment of 4,000. Stanky has three years to go on his White Sox contract and i s being paid 1 an estimated $50,000 annually on it by the club. This will continue at full rate because he has not taken another job in pro ball. Stanky said he had not been offered any job in the major leagues. "I had a nice offer from the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals but they were both in the minor leagues," he said. "The new International Global League also made me a nice offer." shots form the field, led Indiana with 32 points, while Dale Kelley paced Northwestern with 22. In some other major games, Wisconsin held off Minnesota 68-61, Iowa edged Michigan State 77-76, Texas A&M scored a 76-75 overtime victory over Southern Methodist, Rice beat Texas Christian 71-64 and Seattle edged Oklahoma City 75-73. r PRICE'S LIVESTOCK MKTS. Salem, Illinois TOP PRICES PAID THURSDAY, JANUARY • Fat Steers 28.30 Fat Heifers 27.20 Fat Holstein Steers 24.80 Feeder Steers 28.75 Feeder Heifers 24.75 Feeder Holstein Steers 24.00 Veals 40.25 Cows 19.00 Bulls 22.50 Fat Hogs 20.00 Sows 10.00 Fat Lambs 2S.25 • PRESENTS TH£ FAMILY CIRCUS 10 hay baler. o , , , , , „ • .,• „ i One 1960 Massey Ferguson 15 il But she faces revolt from the j nduig license. hole ' 1 male jockeys. And there's a! Tropical General Manager El- One 1968 Massey Ferguson side j cnance Stoneland won't evcnl mtr Vickers said: "I have ev- 1 delivery rake. ©I96S, The Register •ml Tribune Syndicate All Xifbte Retemd Payments in this ad tnoiude f >rincipal and charges on roans f paid on schedule but do not include charges 1or Credit Life or Accident and Health Insurance. QFAMBH1CA. ^jf^JUiJfJTJl INC. Ground Floor of Rogers Building 1000 Main Mt. Vernon DARRELL QUICK/ Manager Phone 242-0210 make it to the post. In the draw for the race, Stoneland wound up on the ri!'ro-eligible list. That means at lensr ' one of the 12 starting 1-ro-ses must be scratched. Then Barbara Jo's horse might make it through the luck of another draw. Several of the riders named on horses for the six-furlong fourth race said they would not compete against Barbara Jo. Craig Perret and Carlos Ber- rein both said they would ride. Put Mike Miceli and Gerry Gel- litano said they would not. Mike Hole said "mayhe, maybe not." Others like Bobby Ussery, Jerry Harrison and Bob Wholey Jr. adopted a wait-and- see ntitude. "It's too bad," commented Ihe veteran Ussery," that a man has to make a decision whether he's going to ride against a girl or not." Most jockeys at Tropical are members of the Jockeys' Guild. The guild cannot organize a formal boycott without rurning the risk of violating anti-trust laws. Barbara Jo, who has re- ery confidence the race will go if she is in it. We have no plans to move it from its present position as the fourth race on the program to the last, as done at Churchill Downs. Neither do I anticipate any sudden outbreak of .sickness in Ihe jockey's room beioi'e the fourth race. Because any rider who takes off for reason of sickness will forfeit his mounts the rest of the clay." The male-female jockey feud started when Penny Ann Early was granted a license to ride in Kentucky in November. She was named on three horses, one of One 1966 four bottom Oliver plow. One 1965 Massey Ferguson dyna balance mower. One John Deere 494 planter. One Massey Ferguson PTO manure spreader. On© 10 ft field cultivator. Two Massey Ferguson wagons with metal flare beds. One wagon 14 ft. platform. One 1963 CMC 1 ton truck comb. stock & grain bed. One electric welder. One electric tractor seeder. Iiog feeders and waterers. One wagon jack. One lot of miscellaneous. Fourh ydraulic cylinders hydro electric. "HOW MANY BURGER CHEF SPECIALS DOES IT TAKE TO FILL A 12 FT. FREEZER?' i// which was scratched because of;On* 6 foot rotary mower. muddy codditions, another on which she was replaced by a ale, and another where the male jockeys staged a boycott, causing cancellation of the face at Churchill Downs. Meanwhile, Penny Ann Early and Sandra "Sandy" Schleiffers have applied for jockey licenses at Santa Anita in Arcadia, Calif. Penny Ann and "Sandy" must go through the same qualifying routine at Santa Anita as Bar- ( bava Jo did al Tropical Park." Tenns of Sale: CASH No property to be removed until terms of sale are complied with. Howard McCollum Owner Roy Taylor Auctioneer Sot Responsible For Accidents launch Served On Grounds We don't know the answer — But we do know one Double Cheeseburger and Fries can usually fill up one average tummy — So hurry on down for our weekend special-* DOUBLE CHEESEBURGER AND FRIES BOTH ONLY ^JKJfJ SAVE 12c (SAVE 12c) No Limit-Offer good til Sat. 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