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Terrier Star Buckets 49 Les Taylor Breaks Salem Storing Mark Carbondale's Les Taylor tossed in 49 points last ni^ht to break the Salem Invitational scoring record of 46 points set by Jim Burns of McLeansboro in 1962, as the Terriers dropped Greenville 93-65. Eifingham edged DuQuoin 5948 in the second game last night. In semi- final action tonight, Centralia goes against Pinckneyville at 7 p.m. followed by the Carbondale — Effingham banie. ."arbohdale's No. 2 seeded T.niers had little trouble in disposing of the Greenville crew. Taylor was hot throughout the game as he gunned in 20 field goals and nine free throws. The 6-3 senior was also the top re- bounder for the game. Bob Westberg backed Taylor vilh 14 points, while Steve Thrmpson tallied 10. Bob Pan- kiy, the Terriers injured pacemaker, did not start the game, but logged several minutes of playing time. The 6-1 senior banged in six points. DuQuoin Slips The Effingham-DuQuoin game was close for three quarters before the Hearts pulled away. DuQuoin took a 16-15 first quarter lead, but the Hearts battled back to take a 30-28 margin at the intermission. The Indians held 41-39 edge at the end of three quarters, but Effingham came up with a 20 point surge in the final inning to drop the Tribe. Effingham's John McDaniel topped all scorers with 22 points. Don Stanhouse pumped in 15 for DuQuoin. Consolation gamest begin at 12:30 p.m. Saturday with Olney going against Salem followed by the Greenville - DuQuoin clash. The third place game begins at 6 p.m. Saturday followed by the afternoon winners in a battle for the consolation title. The championship game is set for 9 p.m. Score by Quarters C'Dale: 20 27 29 17—93 G-eenville: 11 22 21 11—65 Scoring for C'Dale: Taylor 49, Westbei-g 14, Thompson 10, Wilkinson 4, B. Pankey 6, Given 2, Clary 4, T. Pankey 2, Whitson 2. Scoring for Greenville: Suss 12, Martin 10, Smail 15, Ninheimer 8, Clark 8, Albrecht 11, Crumb 1. Score by Quarters Effingham: 15 15 9 20—59 lVQuoin.- 16 12 13 7—48 Scoring for Effingham: Gox 14, McDaniel 22, Cunningham 22, Holland 13, Stalling 2, Barnes 6. Scoring for DuQuoin: DeMarie 2, Halstead 8, Pullis 2, Stanhouse 15, Martin 8, Downs 2, Wtsterhouse 11. OSU Sophomore Ineligible For Rest Of Season STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma State University abs- ketball hopes were dealt a severe blow Thursday when it was announced that start sophomore Amos Thomas has been declared ineligible for the remainder of the season. Thomas 6-foot- 7, is the Cowboys' leading scorer and re- bounder. But Thursday it was reported that Thomas had played in a benefit basketbal game that violated NCAA rules. OSU learned that Thomas played in he fund- raising game for Oklahoma City Dunjee High School last April and reported it to the Big Eight Conference. Weekend Prep Cage Schedule Tonight Quincy at Mt. Vernon Murphsyboro at Sparta Sesser at Elverado % Cobden at Joppa *: Dahlgren at Woodlawn Tamaroa at Ashley Crab Orchard at Bluford Shawneetown at Norris City Metropolis at Century Vienna at Brookport Red Bud at Steeleville Tournaments Quad City at Fairfield — McLeansboro vs Benton, 7 p.m., Fairfield vs. Carmi, 8:30 p.m. Pyramid at Marion — Blind draw at 6:45 p.m. (Marion, West Frankfort, Herrin, Johnston City) Salem Tournament— Centralia vs. Pinckneyville, 7 p.m.; Carbondale vs. Effingham 8:30 p.m. Saline County Tournament at Eldorado — Blind draw at 6:45 p.m. (Harrisburg, Eldorado, Galatia, Carrier Mills) Saturday Sparta at Anna - Jonesboro Chester at Murphysboro Christopher at Trico Sesser at Meridian Shawnee at Cobden Egyptian at Cairo Tournaments Quad City at Fairfield — Carmi vs. Benton, 7 p.m., Fairfield vs. McLeansboro, 8:30 p.m. Pyramid at Marion — Third place game 7 p.m.; championship, 8:30 p.m. Salem Tournament — Olney vs. Salem, 12:30 p.m.; Greenville vs. Du­ Quoin, 2 p.m.; third place, 6 p.m.; consolation 7:30 p.m.; championship, 9 p.m. Saline County Tournament — Third place, 7 p.m.; championship, 8:30 p.m. Wayne City Bows In Little Ten Tourney Battle Mills Prairie captured the Little Ten Conference Tournament at Enfield last night, downing the host Trojans, 69-67.) St. Francisville took third place honors with a 74-67 win over Wayne City. St. Francisville took a 17-8 first quarter lead over ayne City and the Indians could never catch up. Steve Webber was high for Wayne City with 17 points. Russell Wilton had 13. Score by Quarters St Francisville: 17 20 19 18—74 Wayne City: 8 20 18 21—67 Scoring for Wayne City: Caldwell 3 ,Webber 17, Fenton 1, Keen 6, Surdyke 5, Rayburn 10, Wilton 13, Hutchcraft 6, Tennyson 6. Scoring for St. Francisville: Leighty 21, Martin 18, York 21, Porter 11, Bryna 2, Fortner 1. College Basketball 64 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Vermont 99, Connecticut 87 Northeastern 68, Mass. 64 South Clemson 95, Furman 82 Georgia Tech 75, Rice 56 Florida St. 92, Hawaii 60 Davidson 71, Princeton 54 Fairmont St. 104, Salem Midwest Drake '93, Bradley 86 Southwest Baylor 103, Tarleton State 57 Far West Arizona St. 93, Utah 88 Arizona 76, Brigham Young 70 Seattle 100, Weber State 62 Idaho 66, Washington 53 THESE ARE THE FACTS CATAUNA VS. MERCURY MONTEREY MONTEREY CATAUNA MSRP (2 dr. H.T.) $3,220.00 $3,157.00 Comparable V -8 Eng. 390 C.I.D. 400 C.I.D. Comparable V -8 Eng. 280 H.P. 290 H.P. Std. Std. Auto. Trans. 238.40 227.04 Pwr. Steering 115.30 115.85 Pwr. Disc Brakes 71.30 71.62 White Sidewall Tires 62.20 44.23 (8.55-15) (8.55-15) Deluxe Wheel Covers 20.80 21.06 Head Restraints 17.00 16.85 TOTAL $3,745.00 $3,653.65 CATAUNA IS $91.35 LESS MORE CAR FOR YOUR MONEY AT FDIST DOWN—Bob Foster of Washington, D.C., light heavyweight champion, stands over Franlde De Paula of Jersey City, N.J., after knocking him down for the first time In first round of 15-round championship bout in New York. Foster knocked his challenger down three times and was Awarded a technical knockout victory at 2:17 of the first round under New York State's three-knockdown rule. (AP Wirephoto) By JOHN RACKAWAY University's Salukis are bidding for a visit to the now Madison Sq. Garden in downtown New York City . . . i With a current 10-2 record as | their chief asset, the Salukis as we did last week," said Mt. ! are h °P' n g ro ™»» of a nectic Vernon coach Bob Arnold this j five-game. 10-dny schedule will "Can't Play Catch-Up," Says Bob Arnold "The kids are in good shape physically but we haven't looked as sharp in practice sessions Mt. V. Register-News 1—B FRIDAY. JANUARY 24, 1969 Carmi, Benton Bow morning in speaking of his Rams' chances against the No. 1 rated Quincy Blue Devils here t0 "wil 'nave to play it tight P -m-{. Coach Jack Hartmarfs enhance their position . . . Launching the near-impossible task against nationally-ranked Tulsa Saturday afternoon (1:40 and tough all the way," added the Ram coach. "We know Quincy won't make many mistakes. They don't have a great big team but they're quick and get the job done. . . They'll proba- outfit takes on a capable Northern Iowa club Monday night, powerful Southwest Missouri State Thursday, an equally competent Long Island University team next Saturday and rugged Kansas State two nights bly try to shake us with a press ,: latcr 0nl / thc Tulsn and LIU . . . We can't afford to fall I _ £ m ^ jn 1he srU behind and try to play catch up basketball. .. ." contests Arena . . . "We should know just how Coach SherSl banks' Blue j mu ^ imp ™^l^\^Z Uth Win Of Year made in recent weeks by the time we finish this five-game flurry," Hartman said . . . -x- -x^ Needing victories in at least season and has stacked up four- of tnc fivc games lo rc . Devils bring a 15-1 record, including 13 straight wins, to Vernois Gym. . . Mt. Vernon stands 8-3 for the Mules, Foxes Win Quad City Matches In close opening games of the *\\JL /arla OflV ^C fifth annual Quad City Tourna- J " C "C fc-'lircra ment at Fairfield last night, Mc- Drsrcr^Ua Tr\ Win Leansboro edged Carmi, 44-42, rUratflt? 1U YY 111 while the host Mules dropped i k± Ai — ~.J.~. Benton, 7&-70. ! At MO/lfe COf/O McLeansboro had to come j from behind to record win No. in-a-row since falling to Alton at Holiday time Junior Rams Trip Centralia, 46-31 PREP SCORES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mather 71, Kelvyn Park 69 Forrestville 80, Tilden 76 Parker 96, Dunbar 79 Senn 67, Lane Tech 22 Kenwood 78, Gage Park 75 DuSable 95, Phillips 80 Lindblom 91, Hubbard 51 Costa 71, ROVA 66 Williamfield 52, Knoxville 45 Jamaica 67, Otomac 57 Catlin 77, East Lynn 58 Decatur Eisenhower 66, Stephen 52 St. Theresa 56, Lakeview 46 Tolono Unity 42, Monticello 33 Tuscola 63, Newman 38 Clinton 82, Vandalia 72 Shelbyville 47, Windsor 45 Carbondale 93, Greenville 65 Effingham 59, DuQuoin 48 McLeansboro 44, Carmi 42 Fairfield 76, Benton 70 Springfield 64, Griffin 62 Lanphier 81, Springfield South east 53 Hillsboro 68, Litchfield 51 Nashville 63 , Quincy Christian Bros. 62 Bunker Hill 77, Staunton 38 Carrollton 76, East Pike 74 Rushville 62, Griggsville 60 Chapih 43, Routt 33 Virginia 78, Chandldrville 67 Mt. Vernon's Junior Rams took a 30-25 lead over Cen- j tralia after fnree quarters, j then pulled away in the final j period for a 46-31 triumph here last night. It was the final home game of the season for coach Everett Thompson's quintet and Mt. Vernon's 13th win in 18 starts. The Rams close the regular campaign at Norris City next Friday night, then enter toumey action on Feb. 3. Mike Bevis scored 15 points to pace the locals' second win of the year over Centralia. Tony Ray tallied 13, Horace Emmons 8, Danny Nelson 4, Terry Aydt 3, Bunny Black 2 and Sam Trotter 1. Steve Bryant was high for Centralia with 9 points, Gary Sanders and Welton Jackson had 5 apiece. Mt. Vernon bucketed 21 field goals to 11 for Centralia, but the visitors had a 9-4 margin on free throws. Liddell Scores 29 The Ram seventh graders, riding high on Lewis Liddell's 29 points, pounded Centralia 54-52 in the prelim. Mt. Vernon hit .500 from the field in bagging its 15th win as> against three losses. Liddell canned 13 of 19 shots in compiling his 29-point total. Earl Liddell scored 8, Ray Stewart 7, Donnie Black 4, Calvin Kirk 2 and Don Krupa 2. mam in contention for a postseason tournament berth, Hart- Here are the probable s«tar-, man 1S expecting to rely on the same combination which has provided the Salukis with six straight wins since a loss to Tennessee in the championship game of the Vols' holiday | tournament . . . Biggest improvement has been in SIU's balanced offense which now has four starters' scoring in double figures and boasting an overall .470 shooting pevcent- tcrs lor tonight's big one: MT. VERNON QUINCY Terry Sledge 6-6 Larry King 6-Vi S. Strickland i-AVj Jeff Stollberg 6-3 N. Hawthorne 6-4 Dan Wilson 6-1 Eddie James 6-2 Reggie Hetzel 6-1 Frank Sanders 6-2 R. Hickman 6-1 -X- -X- -X- Bob Wlecke Has Advice For Rams Old friend Bob (Prudential) Wlecke, one of Mt. Vernon's; a S c - , , most loyal and vociferous Ram-, ^ ck Garrett, only member * fans for more than 20 years, te i ^ s sc l u f d ^ ™&*»rtr caught in the middle of the Ram- in S status on 1967 chatm ^ Quincy clash . . . sni P ^ 1S , hc P resent , s0 ^ Bob called us yesterday from , ™S leader ™£. 22 }. P? 1 " 15 ' Quincy, his home for the pa ^ > W.4 average. Coincidontally. the several years .. . Centralia prep star I couldn't watch that garni nEld 1,10 same to1al alt01 12 tomorrow night," he said "My loyalty to old MTV would far exceed my loyalty to Quincy games a year ago X- -X- -X- Allhough teammates Chuck and when I start rooting you j Ben30ri( Atlanta, Ga.. and Wil- can hear me a mile away . . lie Griffin, Detroit, Mich. These Quincy people would haven't raised their averages SC 2JP me . • • •" appreciably, the club's fourth Bob sized up the game this way: "This Quincy team is strictly : fourth-quarter outfit," he said. "It seems like they play their whole game in that last quarter They did it against Edwardsville and against Galesburg, too. They were lucky to win both of ^TeU^Rams to Jump oni^red by Rex Norris 'em and not depend on a fast City, and Roger Westbrook, finish - because Quincy p i ay , j Centralia. The back-court spec- whirlwind ball in that last * J^ts. have accounted for 71 and quarter," said old Ramfar ' 73 P° inte - respebvely, which is holdover, Bruce Butchko, Crete, 111., has shown marked improvement. The junior forward has 127 points this season in comparison to just 88 last winter at this time. Yet, biggest boos* over last season has been at the one guard position presently being MONTE CARLO (AP) 11 as the Foxes trailed 19-12 i Bjorn Waldegaard. 25-year-old at the intermission and 31-26 at'Swedish champion, limped the end of three quarters. ! home to the finish of the Monte Conch Dick Jones' club rallied ; Carlo rally today to take first in the fourth stanza behind the i place on unofficial returns and scoring of Terry Lee and Ron j give Porsche its second straight Moser who combined for 12 of [ victory. the Foxes 18 points in the final: Waldegaard and Sweish co- frame. ] driver Lars Helmer were given Moser, substituting for the in- j a great welcome as they cro- jured Bob Russell, finished as \ ssed the line, the high scorer for the Foxes \ They had driven 3.500 miles with 18 points on nine field ' from their Warsaw start, goals. Lee tallied 13. Official confirmation of their Fred Kendall was high for 1 victory could not be expected Coach Dave Lee's Bulldogs with ; for some hours because it had 20 points. j to await checking of the car. The win left McLeansboro j But they had a clear and ap- with an 11-3 record, while the j parently unsurmountable lead. Bulldogs fell to 6-7. 1 Jean Vinalier of France, in Fairfield Bumps Benton j nn Alpine, was unofficially pla- Benton's Rangers put on a se- • cod second and his compatriot, cond half attack after being i Gerard Larrousse, in a Porsche, down by a 44-32 count at the, was third, halftime. but couldn't overcome Jean Francoispiot, in a Ford, the Mules lead. placed fourth according to un- Fairfield had a balanced scor- ; official standings and gave ing attack built around center I France three drivers in the top Gerald Foster who popped in , four. 29 points. Larry Heflin added i 16, while Robert Vaughn and : BOWLING Ronnie Brand had 12 and 10; points each. i SWEET SIXTEEN LEAGUE tn ?^f .h C t ln L W n. S c gl f ,° r ?w ' m Sh Series: Glen Filberth 543; ton with 21 poms on six field W j^,^, 333 Jake Andpr . goals and nme free throw-s. j SQn ^ Helen Hassakis 178; T^llTn ^^irV^ 1 ^ Filbprth ™; Betty Grelv Leansboro tonight, while Fair- bir ,| j 6] field tangles with Carmi. , ' Score by Quarters High Series: Ron Crabtree 362: McLeansboro: 6 6 14 18—14 ; Mr ' rl " p Ri S ntnowar ^ Dallas Carmi: 6 13 12 U 12 Cluc!< ^ 22; ,To Carol Donoho 465; Scoring for McLeansboro- Edna ^ambliss 458; Gloria Sin- WinemiUer 5, Bailey 6, Nipper clau * m 2, Moser 18, Lee 13. Standings: W L ' Four Aces „... 39 27 Robert Our spy in the enemy camp, -x- -x- -x- SIU Bidding For The Garden Spot 64 more than the two ball handlers occupying similar rolee in 1968 ... -X- -X- -X"We've matured in almost every phase of the game," Hart- Scoring for Carmi: Kendall, „,.,. _ 20, Cates 7, Cozart 5, Spencer)™?,,.™ They won the last National • man said. "It's impossible to Invitation Tournament held in put your finger on any one the old Madison Square Garden I thing or point at. any one player, in 1967 . . . Theyo pened the' but everyone is playing with final college basketball double- i much more confidence." Score by Quarters Fairfield: 20 24 14 18-76 Benton: 14 18 17 21—70 Scoring for Fairfield: Foster 29, Carter 9, Brand 10, Vaughan 12, Heflin 16. Scoring for Benton: Collins 21, Milton 7, Kaspar 18, Adkins 18, Semanski 1, Smith 5. 36 V s 29% Screwballs 35 31 Spares 31% 31% Misfits 34 32 Flops _ 32 34 Bombers 28% 37% Chiefs & Squaws 24% 41% Toscano, Casper, McLendon Lead Rain Cancels Opening Round Of Crosby Golf header played last winter in the historic sports palace on 49th The Salukis are facing a difficult and improbable task — street. Now Southern Illinois but not. an impossible one . By AON HAPOPORT Associated Press Sprtos Writer PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Suppose for a moment that you are a 26-year-old professional golfer who has never finished a tournament higher than a tie for 20th place. Last year, you earned a grand total of $3,537.53. You are now in the first round of one of the richest tournaments on the tour and you finish with a 70, two strokes under par and in a three-way tie for the lead with Billy Casper, who last year made more than $200,000 and rookie pro Mac McLendon. But just after you finish your 18 holes at the Pebble Beach course, the first round is cancelled because of heavy rains. Everybody's score is wiped out and you have to start all over. Are you angry? Do you curse the weather that played such a dirty trick on you? Not if you're Harry Toscano because you figure you had it coming. It all happened to Toscano in what was to be the opening round of the $150,000 Bing Crosby Golf Tournament Thursday. No fewer than 96 pros had finished their rounds and 72 were on the course, most of them almost through, when the Professional Golfers Association canceled the round. The tournament will now run through Monday at least. Two years ago, it rained at another Crosby and Toscano was standing at the 18th tee. It had taken him 102 strokes to get that far and he promptly hit his tee shot out of bounds. "It would have taken at least 110 strokes," Toscano remembers. "I won't forget it if I live to be 150. It was raining so hard I was almost blind." But that round, too. was wiped out and Toscano figures that maybe this was evning up the score. But he said he was playing pretty well Thursday, especially on the - key holes, and should be able to do it aagin. Casper was philosophical also. He was twe-over-par for a time but was unworried. "When you get to be old, you learn you'll pick up a couple of birdies along the way so you just keep playing your game." What are the chances the tournament will be finished Monday? Not great. Rain is supposed to diminish today but more is forecast for Saturday. ABC now plans to televise the final three rounds. SPORT SHORTS YONKERS, N.Y. (AP) — Fort Nelson was made the early 5-2 favorite today for the §25,000 final in the Snowball Pacing Series at Yonkers Raceway Saturday night. TYLER'S JEFFERSON MOTORS 820 Jordan 'Southern Illinois Largest Automobile Dealer" Pontiac—Cadillac — Buick—GMC Trucks Mt." Vernon Saws Through Sycamore At English Course OLDHAM, England (AP> — Members of Brookdale Golf Club agreed today that the rot­ ter who tried to saw down the sycamore in the middle of the fairway was a golfing rabbit determined at all costs to cut his handicap. The 100 -year-old tree, standing 30 feet high, catches anything but a solid drive from the tee at Brookdale's 545 -yard fourth hole. Frustrated golfers call it the Brookdale Folly. Club officials said they presume it was a member of this group who managed to saw three- quarters of the way through the tree trunk before dawn broke over the course. Tree surgeon Sam Lees poured a tar solution into the cut and then stitched the trunk with metal staples. "There is a fair chance that the sycamore will survive," he said. Club professional Ernest Med- geley called it celarly the work of a disgruntled golfer who decided to cut up rough. "The tree is a serious hazard, it's true," Medgeley said, "but that's what makes golf interesting." COMMERCIAL LEAGUE High Series: John Webb 634; Ed Shields 547; Cecil Campbell 547; Jack Mendenhall 547; Woodrow Hicks 540; Bob Linville 534. Standings: W AOMORI, Japan (AP) — Hun- j Woody's Phillips 66 41 gary's Peter Rozas won a | Farm Bureau 39 professional table tennis tourna- ] First National Bank _ 38 ment Tuesday from Dragutin I Dowzer's Inc 33 Surbek. Yugoslavia, on total j Lion's Club - 32% points 77-74, although losing two j E. Blankenship 32 of third sets. Dick Miles of the I * 28 United States lost to Tatsuya! Nu-Bowl Lanes _ 27 Hoshino, Japan, 16-10, 11-12, 45- i T.B. Sanitarium 25% 36. W. G. Employees 19 SPORT SHORTS MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — Jockey Jorge Velasquez rode four winners at Hialeah race track Tuesday. ! COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — j Tom Lagodich, 6-foot-7 junior of ' Kent State, was named the j Mid-American Conference basketball player of the week on Tuesday. REFLECTED GLORY—Leroy Kelly, left, of the Cleveland Browns, and O. J. Simpson of Southern California are reflected in each other's trophies presented for football prowess at annual Maxwell Football Club awards dinner in Philadelphia. Kelly was presented the Bert Bell award as outstand ing pro football player of 1968. Simpson reecived the Maxwell Award as outstanding college player of 1968. (AP Wirephoto) - SPECIAL - FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JAN. 24 — 25 FREE 10* DRINK With The Purchase Of Our Famous COUNTRY BURGER 49* FISH Try Our Famous SANDWICH BAR-B-Q (Not A Frozen Square) SANDWICH 45< 45* DELICIOUS GOLDEN BROWN CHICKEN DINNER 89* 10 Pieces $2.25 20 Pieces $4.50 Tasty VEAL SANDWICH 40* HAMBURGERS $100 For THE BURGER BARN 512 Broadway, Mt. Vernon, 111. Phone 242-0023 LEROY PIERCY, Owner, Operator

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