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2 —B THE REGISTER-NEWS ~ MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1969 III. St. Over Wesley on Millikin Raps Carroll For 7 th Straight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . North Park's Vikings are keeping Millikin from making a complete runaway of the College Conference of Illinois-Wisconsin basketball race. The Vikings picked up two victories last week including a 107-96 decision over Carthage to pull within two games of the league lead held by undefeated Millikin. Millikin, aiming for a second straight championship, played only one conference game last week and came up with a convincing 98-78 triumph over Carroll Saturday night. The loss was one of three suffered during the week by the Pioneers who were all but eliminated from championship consideration. Millikin reaches the halfway mark in the race with a trip to North Central Wednesday, and the Big Blue then go back to Decatur to face Carthage Saturday night. Wheaton, sitting idle with its 3-3 record, returns to the race with a pair of important games. The Crusaders are at August- ana Friday night and then go home to take on Elmhurst Saturday night. Luckless Elmhurst dropped an 87-85 decision at Augustana Friday night as the Bluejays' record slumped to 1-6. However, the Bluejays should not be taken lightly. They have lost their last four conference games by a total of eight points. North Park has only one league engagement this week and that comes Saturday night at Carroll. In other games this week, Carroll is at North Central Friday and North Central goes to Augustana Saturday night. There will be some action in the Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference this week with all four teams in action Saturday night. Eastern Illinois puts its 2-0 record at stake against invading Illinois State which is currently ranked 18th in The Associated Press Poll and Central Michigan plays at Western Illinois. Illinois State downed Illinois Wesleyan Saturday 86-79 while Eastern took a 79-65 beating at the hands of Kentucky State. COIW STANDINGS W. L. Pts. OP Millikin 7 0 634 579 North Park 5 2 582 555 Carthage 4 3 634 595 Wheaton 3 3 499 509 Augustana 4 4 700 717 Wesleyan 4 5 757 722 North Central 3 5 549 582 Carroll 2 5 528 601 Elmhurst 1 6 656 634 Boilermakers, Ohio Tied For Lead Illinois Tramples Irish As Purdue Trims Minnesota By JOE MOOSHEL CHICAGO (AP)—Ohio State's Buckeyes are trying to prove they're the best basketball team in the Big Ten and they'll probably not get any better opportunity to prove it than in the current week. Tuesday night Ohio State takes on charging Illinois and on Saturday the Buckeyes invade Lafayette, Ind., to take on Purdue's rugged Boilmakers While the Buckeyes picked up a pair of nonconference triumphs last week in beating Georgia Tech 73-66 and Cornell 9678, Purdue climbed into a first- place tie with Ohio State with a crushing 102-79 victory at Minnesota Saturday. Rick Mount netted 34 points to help the Boilermakers match Ohio State's record of three conference triumphs including two on the road. Illinois, ranked 8th nationally, stunned a Chicago Stadium audience of 18,667 by completely dominating Notre Dame 91-57 before UCLA and Lew Alcindor toyed with Loyola 84-65. Meanwhile, Michigan's Wolverines helped deflate the home court superiority exaggeration by dumping rival Michigan State 75-70. The home teams in Big Ten games have only a 138 edge so far in the season. Illinois, which checked Notre Dame's winning streak at seven games, has lost only one game all season and that was at Purdue. Following the loss, Coach Harv Schmidt said "We weren't prepared." This time the Mini will be prepared but it might not do them any good since Ohio State is being touted in some quarters as a super team. While Ohio State is battling Illinois and Purdue, Iowa, the only other team with less than three Big Ten losses, will be pulling for Illinois to defeat Ohio State and then have Ohio State defeat Purdue. Under such results, all four teams would be tied for first place come Saturday night providing Illinois can defeat Wisconsin at Champaign Saturday. In the only game tonight, DePaul visits Indiana. Iowa, idle all last week, returns to action Saturday night to participate in another Chicago Stadium doubleheader. The Hawkeyes will battle fourth- ranked Davidson while Loyola takes on Michigan. Two other conference games are scheduled Saturday with Michigan State at Indiana and Northwestern at Minnesota. • SCORES • East Army 64, Penn State 54 Princeton 74, Pennsylvania 62 Villanova 81, De Paul 57 St. John's, N.Y. 71, St. Francis, N.Y. 55 Rutgers 98, Lafayette 56 Iona 79, Wagner 73 Vermont 96, St. Peter's, N.J. 65 LaSalle 101, Temple 85 Holy Cross 88, Syracuse 80 Dartmouth 91, Williams 54 Manhattan 93, Connecticut 78 Boston U. 109, Trinity, Conn. 92 Boston Coll. 107, Canisius 73 Colgate 60, Hobart 52 Mass. 75, Providence 62 St. Francis, Pa. 100, E. Carolina 70 South Kentucky 108, LSU 96 No. Caro. St. 77, Duke 74 Louisville 84, Drake 70 Furman 71, FMI 69 Auburn 92, Vanderbilt 7 9 Davidson 80, Citadel 72 Morehead St. 92, Morris Harvey 78 Virginia Tech 86, Clemson 75 Georgia Tech 85, Hawaii 59 Florida 70, Mississippi St. 64 Murray St. 94, La. Coll. 70 Marshall 100, Bowling Green 78, four overtimes Centenary 73, Houston 66 Georgia 84, Mississippi 81 Tennessee 72, Alabama 43 Ky. Wesleyan 109, Belmont 60 Stetson 92, Tampa 69 Midwest Detroit 92, John Carroll 52 Michinga 75, Mich. State 70 Toledo 84, West. Michigan 64 Iowa St. 99, Nebraska 93, OT Tulsa 85, South. HI. 82, OT Xavier, Ohio 93, Air Force 69 Dayton 67, Miami, Ohio 54 Purdue 102, minnesota 79 St. Louis 8e, Bradley 82 Cincinnati 62, Memphis St. 53 East. Mich. 73, Cent. St., Ohio 58 — Ashland 52, Wheeling 30 Akron 70, Cleveland St. 64 Wichita St. 97, North Tex. 89 Fairmont, W.Va. 103, Steubenville 65 Wittenberg 71, Oberlin 48 So. Dak. St. 74, Morningside Iowa 55 — Southwest Texas Tech 74, Baylor 70 SMU 103, Okla. City 84 Oklahoma 89, Tex.-Arl'ton 57 N..M St. 81, Tenn. Tech 65 Stephen F. Austin 103, E. Texas 84 Arizona 90, Utah 64 Colo. St. 78, Wyoming 68 W. Texas St. 102, Utah St. 92 Smashes Own Mark Seagren Sets Vault Record OfOver17 -5 Vote FOR GEORGE R. HEIDENREICH FOR MAYOR Entrust your city to a successful businessman who has been trained all his life to make decisions, to operate on a budget, and get the most out of each dollar spent. During his 28 years in Mount Vernon, he spent 24 years as store manager for Sears Roebuck & Co. He has served two terms as President of the King City Retailers and has served as the vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce. He has been the President of the Uons Club, the Exhalted Ruler of the Elks Lodge and the Grand Knight of the Kniahts of Columbus. He has also served as president of the high school and junior college board of education. He is president of the United Cerebral Palsy of South Central Illinois and has been for the past eight years. He was president of Saint Mary's School Association and president of the Lay Board of the Good Samaritan Hospital for two years and headed its fund raising drive. He is serving as an Assistant S"pervisor of Mount Vernon Board of Supervisors and on the Water & Sewer Commission for the past four years. He was also the president of the local Red Cross chapter. The above record proves that he has always been interested in the welfare of Mount Vernon and has been willing to spend his time and money to help make it a better place in which to live. If elected as your Mayor he promises you an impartial administration directed to all the people of Mount Vernon. As a retired person he will have the time to devote to the office to make Mount Vernon the most progressive town in the State of Illinois. George R. Heidenreich For Mayor (Pd. Pol. Adv.) By TOM SALADINO Bob Seagren celebrated the anniversary of his world pole vault mark Saturday by shattering it—while a pair of awesome Aussies did some record-breaking of their own as the indoor track season bloomed on six fronts last weekend. Seagren, the U.S. Olympic champion, soared to his indoor mark of 17-5% in the Albuquerque Invitational and Australian Ralph Doubell, another Olympic Gold Medal winner, broke the 880-yard standard in the same meet. The other Aussie, Ron Clarke, smashed the three-mile run record at the Athens Invitational in Oakland Friday night. And at Houston's Astrodome, six world's best marks were eclipsed at the Federation National Championships. The Astrodome records, run on a five laps to the mile track, however, are not recognized as records by the Amateur Athletic Union. The AAU requires that a track be at least eight laps around. The Federation marks were set by Lenox Miller, Southern Cal, 9.4 in the 100-yard dash; Olympic Gold medalist Willie Davenport in the 120-hurdles, 13.5; Hardee McAlhaney, the 600 in 1:08.1; Texas University in the mile-relay at 3:08.4; and Kansas State in the two-mile relay, 7:23.7, and medley relay, 3:17.9. Seagren of Southern California, broke his own mark of 174-, which he set at the Wanamaker-Millrose Games in New York exactly one year ago, Jan. 25, 1968. "It was a matter of pride," Seagren said Saturday. He was upset at himself for performing poorly in the Astrodome the night before where he had finished third at 16 feet behind UCLA's Dick Railback. Doubell, another Gold Medal winner at the Mexico City Olympics, lowered the 880 time to 1:47.9, breaking Dave Patrick's 1:48.9. Doubell was pushed by Tom Von Ruden, who finished in 1:50.4, but was on the Austrian's heels most of the way. The amazing 31-year-old Clarke, who predicted before the Athens meet, "I'll win, I expect to get the record," did just that, winning in 13:12.6, cracking Tracy Smith's standard of 13:15.2, set last year. Smith finished fourth in 13:52.8. Rated Teams 11-0 Last Week UCLA Slaps Cats, Chicago Loyola In Top Ten' Weekend By MIKE RECHT Associated Press Sports Writer The Top Ten teams in college bsaketball put up a perfect defense of the high ground last week, but several of them might find it more difficult protecting themselves this week. Led by undisputed king-of- the-hill UCLA and its victories over Northwestern and Chicago Loyola, the Top Ten rolled up an 11-0 record last week, making any rating changes doubtful in the weekly Associated Press poll. But seyenth-ranked New Mexico State, carrying a 16-0 mark after routing Tennessee Tech at home, will be the first to say it won't be so easy to match perfection in the next six days. The Aggies must put their high position and flawless record on the line twice against cross-state rival New Mexico 11-6, first at home Wednesday and then at New Mexico Saturday. Illinois, No. 8, after easily beating back 15th-ranked Notre Dame, could have as much difficulty standing tall with games at 12th-ranked Big Ten rival Ohio State, 11-2, Tuesday and at home against Wisconsin Saturday. Duquesne, which protected its No. 10 ranking with a come- from-behind triumph over tough St. Bonaventure 84-69 Sunday, must face Spencer Haywood and Detroit at home Thursday. Davidson, No. 4, after playing at George Washington Tuesday, must take on Iowa at Chicago Stadium Saturday; Kentucky, No. 5, expects easy pickings at Alabama tonight, but then clashes at home Saturday against Vanderbilt, and St. John's, No. 6, hosts tough Temple Saturday. Only the top three teams of UCLA, North Carolina and Santa Clara and ninth-ranked LaSalle figure to be easy winners. The Bruins entertain California and Stanford during the weekend, the Tar Heels are at The Citadel and Clemson Tuesday and Saturday and Santa Clara travels to Hayward State Friday. LaSalle is at St. Francis, Pa., Tuesday before hosting Loyola, La., Saturday. Hits 22 Of 36 From Field Wilt Scores 60 Points As Lakers Whip Royals BOWLING SUNDAY NIGHT MIXED LEAGUE Standings: W L Spoilers 38 22 Funsters „ 37% 22% Pinspinners 36 24 Oldsters 32 28 Lucky 4 31 29 4 Bs 29 31 Odd Balls 29 31 Pon Daul _ 28% 31 Ya We 4 27 33 The Cards 25% 34% Just Us 24 36 Rollers 22% 37% GIRLS LEAGUE High Series: Kathy Wisniewski 427; Patty Kell 412; Debra Richardson 399; Cindy Shafer 396; Nancy Hayman 378; Janice Shelton 351. SENIOR BOYS LEAGUE High Series: Don Nathlich 487; Ed Merriman 442; Peter Modert 441; Dennis Shefer 440; Stve Willis 437. Standings: W L Mafia 34 14 Oddballs 25% 22% Losers 18% 29% Beaver Patrol 18 30 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wilt Chamberlain scored 23 points, about four above his season's per-game average. Now, opponents of the Los Angeles Lakers have overcome 23- point performances by Chamberlain, but not usually when they come in one quarter. Chamberlain's 23 came in the fourth quarter Sunday and they gave him a game-total of 60 as the Lakers beat the Cincinnati Royals 126-113 to increase their first-place lead by 1% games over the Atlanta Hawks in the National Basketball Association's Western Division. The Hawks lost 119-115 to the Philadelphia 76ers. who moved to within a half-game of Eastern Division-leading Baltimore, which was drubbed 124-86 by Boston. San Diego topped Chicago Ul-95 and San Francisco trounce dPhoenix 117-93 in other NBA action Sunday. In the American Basketball Association Sunday, Miami downed Denver 108-97, Kentucky took Minnesota 101-90 and Oakland whipped Houston 110105. Chamberlain, the greatest scorer of all time who has concentrated more on passing the ball off in recent seasons, hit 22 of 36 field goal attempts and 16 of 24 foul shots in running up the highest total of the NBA season in the game at Cleveland. Connie Dierking scored 32 points and Oscar Robertson 25 for Cincinnati, which trailed by only five points, 90-85 after three quarters. Then came Chamberlain's fourth-quarter onslaught. Chet Walker's basket with 12 seconds left clinched Philadelphia's victory over Atlanta. Hal Greer led Philadelphia scoring with 31 points and Walker added 29. Zelmo Beaty paced the Hawks with 27. San Diego rode to its fourth victory in five games and into a fourth-place tie with Chicago in the Western Division behind El- JUNIOR BOYS LEAGUE High Series: Kevin McConnaughhay 454; Mike Johnston 448; Ricky May 422; Mike Wilkerson 378; Charles Bruce 374; Roger Wilson 374. SATURDAY NTTE MIXED LEAGUE High Series: Dave Mendenhall 542; Claude Payne 541; Bob Linville 510; Dolores Poston 462; Charlene Allen 454; Muriel Allen 445. BANTAM LEAGUE High Series: Larry Campbell 248; William Shelton 243; Robbie Johnson 235; Derek Long 222; Brian Lee 220; Paula Stinson 209. vih Hayes and Don Kojis, who scored 29 points each. Clem Haskins led Chicago with 20. Six Under Par For Tourney Dale Douglass Has Lead Going Into Crosby Final By RON RAPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — An event that for a time had seemed as unlikely as the reappearance of the sun over the state of California takes place today: the fourth and final round of the 1969 Bing Crosby National Pro-Am Golf Tournament. The rains and high winds that have put much of the state under water for the last week and a half were for the most part absent Sunday as steady Dale Douglass took a precarious one- stroke lead into today's final. Douglass shot a two-under-par 70 over the rugged Pebble Beach course—scene of all the action today as the golfers making the cut converge from two other courses—to go six-under- par for the rain-delayed tournament with a 210 total score. Following Douglass, a 32- year-old pro from Denver, were one golfer for every score up to par: Howie Johnson at 211, George Archer at 212, John Lotz at 213, Jerry McGee at 214 and Grier Jones at 215. Douglass, "hitting the ball better than I ever have," shot par of 16 holes on the 6,777-yard Pebble Beach course and birdied the other two. It was a far cry from the final day of the 1963 Crosby when he took 19 strokes to finish the 10th hole. 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Before 1968 the last time Detroit won an American League pennant was in 1945. but it was not the season's performance that influenced the voters for the year's No. 1 team, Smith said. "I think probably the reason we were picked was because of coming back after being down 3-1 in the World Series," he said, "I'm sure that's what influenced the voting." There were several heroes in that Series, but the biggest was Mickey Lolich, who won three games including the finale against St. Louis ace Bob Gibson after the Tiger southpaw had only two days rest. Another was 31-game winner Denny McLain, who won the sixth game despite receiving treatment for a sore arm before the game. Veteran right fielder Al Kaline was another star, batting .379 for the Series. McLain was named the league's Most Valuable Player and received the Cy Young Award as its best pitcher. 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