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72 Players In Double Figures Tall Kaskaskia Shades Rend Warners 92-89 -4s£ BOX SCOWS J By BOB KELLEY was David vs. Goliath again last night m Vernois News Gym as Rend Lake's hustling Warriors took:on the Blue Devils from Kaskaskia College. Only this time, Goliath didn't fall i Rend Warrior* 3 col lud Kaskaskia, which measures an average of 6'5" as a starting anlt, just managed to escape with a 92 -89 triumph over conference foe Rend Lake, which gave away nearljv four inches per man to its rivals of Centralia, Despite falling for the sixth time in the Southern Illinois College loop, the Warriors had nothing to be ashamed of in the hotly contested encounter. With 7:20 remaining and the Blue Devils ahead 78-73 Rend Lake's leading scorer and re- bounder, Larry Tutt, fouled out. The outlook down the stretch looked dismal for head mentor Jim Waugh and gang. But instead of folding before! their towering visitors, RLC fought back valiantly. Warriors Lead 81-80 Larry Stonecipher netted a pa^r of charity tosses but was matched by a John Waterbury fielder. Stoney struck again, this time for a two- pointer, and RL's Jim Birkner followed suit. Suddenly, the underdogs were within one point at 80-79 Another Stonecipher bucket at 4:01 pushed the Warriors over Chuck Mundell's Blue Dveils, 8180, and climaxed the surprise comeback. The little "Davids" of Mt. Vernon had briefly overcome the giants. During the next three minutes though, Kaskaskia reeled off a 10-3 scoring advantage despite a pressing man-to-man defense by Rend Lake and the loss of its' two big men, 6'8" Bob San- tei and Waterburg, via the foul . route. Tallies from Phil Bowling, Ed Johnson, and Birkner contributed to the last minute Warrior effort but the clock ran out on : the never-say-die quintet. Warriors 5-9 For Season Six performers on each team- rattled in double figure outputs. 'TP'^V balanced offense for Coa^flJ-Waugh included: Tutt, 17; Stonecipher, 14; Randy Sinda, who ignited several RLC rallies with his timely scoring, 13; Birkner, 12; Johnson, 12; Bob Donoho, who also registered key baskets in the final half, 10; Bob : Windhorst, 6; and Phil Bowling, 5. I . Mike Bland and Howie Robbl guided the Blue Devil charge with 21 'and 20 points respectively. Waterbury added 14 markers, sub Tom Copple hit for 13. Mike Casey had 11, and Santel got 10 for Kaskaskia. Three points by Dale Whitlatch round ed out the winners total. Rend Lake's slate for the '6869 season, dropped to 5-9 after Tuesday's verdict. The Warriors will play their third game in six days tomorrow evening when they venture to Belleville Jr. College for a return engagement. On December 3, the Dutchmen hung a, 90-85 deficit on the local five Rend Lake (89) Fg Ft Tp Stonecipher 5 4-4 14 Bowling 0 5-5 5 Johnson 5 2-5 12 Donoho 4 2-2 10 Tutt 7 3-7 17 Sioda 5 S-7 13 Birkner 5 2-3 12 Windhorst 2 2-2 6 TOTALS 3S * 23-35 89 Kaskaskia ' (92) Fg Ft Tp Bland 9 3-5 21 Casey 5 1-4 11 Santel 5 0-1 10 Waterbory 6 2-7 14 Robb 8 4-6 20 Copple 2 9-12 13 Whitlatch 1 1-2 3 Bender 0 0-0 0 TOTALS 36 30-37 92 Score By Halves Rend Lake 46 43-89 Kaskaskia .48 44-92 Indians Get By Sumner, 78-70 PREP SCORES DuSable 100, Hyde Park 64 Tilden 89, Hubbard 41 Marshall 74, Dunbar 53 Gillespie 65, Staunton 51 Griggsville 111, Pleasant Hill 70 Jersey ville 77, Carrollton 66 Decatur Lakeview 78, Sullivan 69 Urbanan 65, Monticello 46 Teutopolis 80, Stew- Stras 73 Kinmundy 83, Dieterich 55 Louisville 62 Clay. City 59 -ot Paris 59, Newton 48 Charleston 68, Casey 45 Albion 67, Mt. Carmel 50 Flora 55, Salem 53 ot Waterloo 76; Freeburg 58 O'Fallon 71, Columbia 67 Wesclin 106, Breese 60 New Athens 56, Nashville 48 Roxana 86, Bethalto 70 Edwardsville 74 ,Madison 39 Highland .84, -Carlyle 65 INSOMNIA MIXED LEAGUE HIGH SERIES Floyd Rumsey 580; Bob Higgins 555; Bod Edmondson 515; Lois Payne 463; Kay Johnson 459; Kay Johnson 459; Jeanne Owens 448. Wayne City outscored Sumner in every quarter but the third to claim a 78-70 victory over the Lawrence County crew last night. The Indains jumped to a 21-17 first period margin and raised thit two points to 41-35 at intermission. Sumner pulled within two after three quarters, but Wayne City pulled away in the final eight minutes to nail down the win, 78-70. The winnes shot 49 per cent from the field and hit 22 of 34 from the line, while Sumner fired at a 40 per cent clip from the field and made 20 of 27 from the charity stripe. i Wayne City had four men in j double figures with Caldwell setting the pace at 21. Hutch- crait added 14. Simpson 13, and Fenton U. Fumner's B. Bryan captured game scoring honors with 28 points, while J. Bryan hit 14 and Waldrop 10. Score by Quarters Wayne City: 21 20 15 22—78 Sumner: 17 18 19 16—70 Wayne City scoring:'Caldwell 21, Hutchcraft 14, Simpson 13, Fenton 11, Webber 9, Keene 5, Rayburn 3, and Tennyson 2. Scoring for Sumner: B. Bryan 28, J. Bryan 14, Walkdrop 10, Bennett 8, Kimball 4, Young 3,- Fisher 2, and Cummins 1. In the "B" game, Wayne City downed the Sumner sophs 61-48, FASTEST MILER TAKES A BRIDE—Jim Rviln , W0rId - 8 fastest miler, and Ann Snider of Bay Village, Ohio, pose for photographers after their wedding. (AP VVirephoto) Hawthorne Top Scorer Four Ram Starters In Double Figures BOWLING EIGHT BALLS LEAGUE HIGH SERIES Jean Hill 484; Katie Swinnen 473; Alberta Bailey 468; Jackie Coleman 467; Charlene Winn 449; Dolores Poston 441. STANDINGS . W L Lipps Construction .... 37% 22% Skel Gas 37 24 Harry's Market 33 27 N. F. 0 „ 32 28 Rusty's Drive Inn ... 28% 31% Keele. Milling - 26 34 First NationahBank 25 35 Edward's Beauty Salon 22 38 By BOB FORBES If a balanced scoring attack is the key to victory, Mt. Vernon's Rams should unlock the do'.r to many more wins be- foi e the season ends. Four of the starting five Mt. Vernon cagers carry scoring averages in the double figures column, while the fifth is only eight points shy of having a double figure avcarage. Nate Hawthorne is leading i f , ion January 17, has pumped in • 40 joints in four games lor an ifcven 10 point average. Sanders ' got 19 against Centralia, seven ag.iinst Benton and nine against Qi 'incy last Friday. Eddie James, the fifth Mt. Veinon starter, has scored 112 points for a 9.3 point per game average. James was held scoreless in the Rams recent 60-59 win over Hcrrin, or probably would have been carrying a double figure average. His Stop output was 20 points per- GOOD NEIGHBORS LEAGUE HIGH SERIES Wilma Wright 490; Jeanne Halstead 485; Gloria Sinclair 483; Chris Morlan 480; Billie Sue Wilson 470; Betty Hyslop 470. COFFEE & DONUT LEAGUE Semifinals Thursday Night Bluford, Field, Dodds, Waltonville And Bethel Rack Up District Wins Bluford, Field,. Dodds, Waltonville, and Bethel all captured lopsided opening round victories in junior high district tourney play last night at Bluford and Belle Rive. the Ram scoring attack with 233 points in 12 games for a 19.4 average. In South Seven conference play, the 6-4 senior is averaging 20.0 points pei game and holds down the No. 6 spot among league gunners. Steve Strickland, a 6-7 net- ripper, follows Hawthorne with a 16.2 average. Strickland has tossed in 195 points, with the 25 point performance against Centralia on Dec. 6 his top effort. The veteran eager has tcored over 20 points on three occassions. Strickland is seventh in South Seven scoring with a 19.0 overage. Terry Sledge, the third of the Rams big three, carries a 12.9 average overall and 14.5 in conference play. Sledge has rammed in 155 points in 12 outings and has accounted for 102 points iii South Seven play. Battle For Lead Bucks Hit Purdue On Saturday CHICAGO (AP) - Having turned back Illinois' threat, Ohio State's Buckeyes head for Purdue and undisputed possession of the Big Ten basketball lead. The Buckeyes hammered Illinois 76-67 Tuesday night in their own backyard and advance to Purdue Saturday in an effort to shake off the undefeated Boilermakers. Ohio State, led by Dave Sorenson's 30 points and a late spurt by Jim Cleamons, boosted its Big Ten record to 4-0, one-half game ahead of Purdue at 3-0, and shuffled back: seventh-ranked Illinois to a 2-2 1 rating in conference competition. , Ohio State led 37-34 at the half and led by anywhere from one to five points throughout the second half to match Illinois' overall record of 12-2 for the season. However, with four minutes to play, Illinois crept within one point at 62-61 before Ohio State outscored Illinois 10-2 with Cleamons supplying six of the points. Cleamons was second to Sorenson with 14 points while Jody Finney and Steve Howell chipped in with 12 and 11, rc- pectivcly. Illinois was stymied in the second half as 6-foot-8 sophomore Greg Jackson had to sit out much of the time with four fouls after scoring 12 points Dave Scholz led the mini, whose only losses this season have been at Purdue and Ohio State, with 20 points. While the Buckeyes were taking charge of the conference lead, Wisconsin's hustling Badgers defeated 16th ranked Marquette 56-50 in one of the lowest scoring games of the season. Wisconsin's triumph gave Big Ten teams a 65-30 edge over outside opposition. Jim Johnson led the Badgers, who went into the game favored by two points, with a 24-point splurge and Marquette senior George Thompson set a school record by scoring 14 points to lift his career rec Mt V. Register-News 3—C WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1969 By JOHN RACK A WAY (Ed. Note — Recently we've had letters from fans who complain about refs. . . . And we've had a note from a ref, complaining about heckling fans. . . Below is a Sporting Daze column dated Jan. 21, 1957. . . It concerns hecklers, umps, etc. . . It's dated, we confess, and some of the characters mentioned will be strangers to young readers ,but we're printing it again . . . We called it.) HIGH SERIES Pat Jones 493; Connie Pemberton 463; Jan Loftus 447; K. McCowen 445; Rita Dopp 438; Dorothy Wielt 435. In the opener at Bluford, the host club ran voer Grand Prairie 62-42. The Bluford quintet, top-seeded in its own tourney, was paced by Johnson's 18 and Gowler's 15 points. Donoho and Pennington also hit 18 and 15 respectively for the losers. Field's Hayes ponred In 84 points to personally outscore Farrington as the second-seeded Field crew cru- THE GREAT PONTIAC BREAKAWAY SALE IS STILL GOING ON AT THE BIG STORE YOU CAN GET YOUR CHOICE OF BODY, STYLE AND EQUIPMENT, NOW AT JUST A LITTLE MORE THAN DEALER COST. DONT HESITATE PICK ^ ONE OUT TODAY AT shed the losers 69-32. Harlow added 13 for the winners, while Bnrgess and Bullard led Farrington with 10 and 7. In the first of three contests at Belle Rive, coach Darrell Kennedy's Dodds boys downed defending champ Ina, 65, 43. Hester gunned in 24 and Estes 19 for Dodds, Conner 1 had, 15 and Crawford 9 for Ina. Sledge's top effort was a 24 point assault against West Frankfort four days before Christmas. Frank Sanders, the spunky guard who replaced Ronnie Henderson in the starting lineup ormances against Benton and Harrisburg. As a team, the Rams have tallied 926 points for a 17.1 point per game average. Opponents have netted an average ol 6'2.5 points per contest. ord to 1,509 and eclipse the pre- Sliooting percentages show the v i ous rec ord of 1,504 by Don Rams connecting on 314 of 642 j Kojis. n +*«™~+» * ' • It , u be a bugy and meanmg . ful weekend in the Big Ten as Ohio State invades Purdue in a regionally televised game Saturday and Illinois takes on Wisconsin. In other games, Michigan State will be at Indiana and Northwestern travels to Minnesota. Iowa returns to action to face fourth-ranked Davidson in a Chicago Stadium doubleheader which also finds Michigan meeting Loyola. Jeers Is Rough On Rabbit Ears An 18th century playwright once had one of his characters beseech another: "Please to moderate the rancour of your tongue!" The advice is well taken In many fields, but had the playwright aimed at the sports world, he might have saved himself the ink. . . High- minded sportsfolk have long deplored the practice of booing, razzing, and heckling. In theory, of course, they are right — but in practice, the verbal barb is here to stay in the world of sports. . . -o- -o -o multiplc record of marriage and divorce. . . Players salute him: "Hey, Marryin' Sam." Dun Newcombe, of Brooklyn, called by some critics a poor pitcher under pressure, gets it rougher. Newk hears "Choke! Choke!" as often as he sees opponents draw their fingers across their throats in the common sign -language insult. . . . -o -o- -o•The umps get most of their torment from fans, but Dolly Stark quit the National League in 1940 because, he said, "All of the incompetents sit in the dugouts and enjoy calling you the worst names imaginable. You can't get back at 'em because thoy aren't good enough to play.. . . " -o- -o- -o- Umpire Beans Reardon had an effective way of enraging nn atlile'e. He harped on ancestry or nationality — usually a touchy subject. . . A few years ago Beans was fighting a running war of words with the St. Louis C a rdinal bench. . . . At one point he n.e • • J , I strol,0(I fo { »e Cardinal dugout Baseball is, and always has | and bV R « n to call names- M . e n/ S TV n Wh,ch praC "! "Schoendicnst, Musial, Gar- tically everybody can get into, agiola, LaPoinle, Slaughter, Ka- attempts from the field for a .491 clip. Mt. Vernon has shot over ,500 on six different occasions. Benton has scored the most points against Mt. Vernon, yetting 75 in the Rams 87-75 win over the Rangers. Following is a list of the Ram scorers in order of scoring average. Gim«* TP AVG. Hawthorne 12 233 1&.4 Strickland 12 195 16.2 Sledge „. 12 155 1L.9 Sanders 4 4o 10.0 James 12 112 9.3 Seiber 5 20 4.0 Henderson 10 37 3 7 Hall 2 2 1.0 1 Kelly 3 2 .60' AAA League Is Back In Action After 6 Years Sorenson, Cleamons Power Bucks Ohio State Slaps 76-67 Loss On 7th-Ranked Mini Waltonville destoryed McClellan 83-43 In the most convincing triumph of the evening. L. Cocfcnon led the winners with 15 points, while Williams and Shirts added 10 apiece. Pickett pumped in 19 and Terry 14 to pace McClellan. In the finale, Bethel pulled an upset by downing Opdyke 72-46. Carter topped Bethel with 19 markers and Welch contributed 15. Hefner and Bernard led Opdyke with 15 and 11. Thursday's Games At Belle Rive 6:45 Belle Rive vs. Dodds 8;15 Bethel vs. Woltonville At Bluford 6:45 Bluford vs. Romp 8:15 'Old Union vs.' Field By HERSCHEL N1SSENSON Associated Press Sports Writer Ohio State and South Carolina's Frank McGuire made the big noise in college basketball Tuesday night. But while the Buckeyes were putting their foot in the Big Ten door, McGuire succeeded only in putting his foot in his mouth. The Rose Bowl game, which gained Ohio State's football team the national championship, is history, but the sweet smell of success has rubbed off on the 12th-ranked basketball Buckeyes. Paced by Dave Sorenson's 30 points, they upset seventh-ranked Illinois 76-67 and took the Big Ten lead by a half- game over idle Purdue. Things turned sour for McGuire when the officials slapped him with two technical fouls and finally awarded Florida State an 87-76 triumph over No. 19 South Carolina, stopped the contest with just under two minutes left. In other games involving The Associated Press' Top Twenty teams, fourth-ranked Davidson TYLER'S JEFFERSON MOTORS 820 Jordan "Southern lllmo.x lo,q,\r AuromoMc Dc a Ponriac—-Cadillac —buick CMC Truck' INC. Mt. Vernon drubbed George Washington 9474 ,La Salle, No. 9, downed St. Francis, Pa., 107-95, lOth-rated Villanova whipped Fairfield 6645 and No. 16 Marquette lost to Wisconsin 56-50. Ohio State, the defending Big Ten champs, couldn't shake Illinois until the final four minutes. Leading 62-61. The Buckeyes went on a 10-2 tear, with Jim Cleamons supplying six of the points. "Sorenson played a heckuva game," said Buckeye Coach Fred Taylor, "but our zone defense was a key factor. We went to a zone because we thought we could rebound better against their size." Ohio State had a 37-29 rebounding edge as Greg Jackson, the losers' 6-foot-8 center, sat out most of the second half with four personals "They did a pretty good job with their zone," admitted Illinois' Harv Schmidt. "We couldn't get the boards." The game left both teams with 12-2 records, but Ohio State is 4-0 in Big Ten play while Illinois is 2-2, — South Carolina's McGuire got his Irish up when the officials called a charging foul on John Roche. The officials, Reggie Copeland and Bobby Brock, warned him three times they would stop the game if he didn't return to the bench. Two of the warnings brought technical fouls. The third time, the Southeastern Conference officials handed the ball to Florida State's Jeff Hogan, INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) — The American Association, final ilepping stone to the major jlnagues for Stan Musial, Ted I V/i.liams, and Willie Mays and i many other baseball stars, is j back in business after a six-year j layoff. Former pitching great Allie [Reynolds was named president ' of the six-team league at an organizational meeting Monday. L°ague headquarters will be in his home town, Oklahoma City. Members of the reborn Class AAA league include four teams in the Pacific Coast League last season—Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Denver and Indianapolis. Omaha and Des Moines are the other teams. 1 the act. . . Players pound the ears of other players with sarcasm and profanity. Players ride umpires. Occasionally, umpires even needle players. And fans heckle both players and umps. . . — Rabbit ears" is the sobriquet hung on a player or ump who can't take a riding. Rabbit ears have driven many a potential star out of sports. . . -o- -o- -o- EaHeball fans rem e mh e r Schoolboy Rowe of Detroit Tiger fame In the 1930's. . . As a rookie, Rowe romanced a lass named Edna Skinner. On a radio interview Rowe interrupted himself to chirp, "How'm I doin Edna?" He was never allowed to forget it. —One big league manager said "How'm I doin, Edna?" shortened Schoolboy's career by five seasons. . . -o- -o- -o- Yogi Berra of the Yankees has taken more than his share of riding. Yogi's earthy features have been the target. When he got married during an off- season, Yogi was greeted by Birdie Tebbetts (then of the Boston Red Sox) as follows: "Hey, Yogi, how does your wife like living in a tree?" i Fortunately for Yogi, he's a ] guy who can take it. He had a simple answer, "I don't hit with my face." Warren Spahn, Carl Furillo and Ralph Kiner were ballplayers with big noses. Automatically they became "Banana Nose" to bench jockeys. . . . "Hey Banana Nose — if ya' had a nose full of nickels, you'd be a millionaire!" -o- -o- -o- Old Enos Slaughter has a zak, Glaviano. . . The Cards cringed, expecting the thumb. Then Beans said innocently, "Aaln't there any Americans on this ball club?" -o- -o- -o- Football, too, has its hecklers Old Bob Zuppke was a master while at Illinois. . . The day his Illini played Minnesota in 1916, they were six- touchdown underdogs. Before tlie game, Zuppke had instructed an Dlini halfback to yell across the field to him, "Hey Zap, these Swedes don't look so big to me." "No, " answered Zuppke in full earshot ot the Minnesota team, "and the whole team couldn't add two and two." Maybe it shook up the Gophj ers. Anyway, Illinois won 14-9. -o- -o- -o- Fielding (Hurry Up) Yost, immortal Michigan coach, had a talent for lashing football players who weren't aggressive enough for his taste* . . . One day Yost flared at a slow moving fullback: "If I should put ye in a greenhuose and give ye an ax and a shotgun, ye couldn't get out!" -o- -o- -o- By and large, heckling fans may be wasting their air. . . But one guy who won't believe it is the guy who yelled at jockey Eddie Arcaro: "That's two straight horses you've stiffed me on! I'll never bet' on you again." "So what," yelled Arcaro. "Go bet on Atkinson." Atkinson's horse won the next race. ' When Arcaro rode by again, the heckler beamed: "Thankp for the tip, ya' bum!" scorer, the game over. The Gamecock coach refused comment but Florida State's Hugh Durham called the officiating "that of a typical game." Sixteen fouls were called against Carolina and 13 on Florida State. "I'm- disappointed it ended this way," said Durham. "I just wish the clock had run out." Davidson pulled away from George Washington in the last six minutes to run its record to 15-1, six straight in the Southern Conference. Mike Maloy led the Wildcats with 30 points and 19 rebounds while Bob Tallent, the nation's fifth leading had 34 for the losers. La Salle's Ken Durrett pumped in 40 points, two short of the school record, as the 15-1 Explorers turned back St. Francis. Durrett got able assistance from Bernie Williams with 27 points. Norm Vanlier and Larry Lewis had 27 apiece for St. Francis and Lewis, the nation's leading rebounder, pulled down 19. Super soph Howard Porter made nine of 13 shots, most from long range, and scored 24 points as Villanova routed Fairfield. Wisconsin's hustling Badgers avenged an early season defeat at " Pat Jones Individual Leader Elks Team Sweeps MTV Women's Bowling Meet Elks Lodge women bowlers carted off scratch and handicap titles in the annual Mt. Vernon Women's Bowling Tourney at XuBowI. The Elks kegleretles rolled 2520 scratch and 2973 with handicap to gain the two- way championship. Members of the winning team were Shirley Hcrten- steln, blanche Hughes, Roxie Gaunt, Doris Hicks and Pat Jones. Winning team member Pat Jones also claimed individual honors by rolling 587 for the scratch singles crown and 1585 to take scratch all- events competition. Doris Bailey, with 683 in singles and 1895 in all- events, won handicap titles in both divisions. the hands of Marquette : a . Bai S Hc >gan, who | James Johnson sparked the unmade both shots, and declared set with 24 points. ^ ) Shirley Hertenstein and Roxie Gaunt captured the annual doubles crown with a 1055 scratch total. Barbara Brown and B e t ty Satterfield totaled 1228 to take the handicap doubles division. Runnerup in the team trophy competition was Lipps Construction with a handicap total of 2920. Team members were Alice; Palmer, Maxine R a c kaway, j Charlotte Castic, Em Gockel and Katie- Swinnen. There were 142 teams, 75 doubles pairs and 150 singles and all-events entries in this year's tourney. Following were top handicap finishers in each event: TEAM COMPETITION 1 Elks, 2. Lipps Construction, 3. Mr. Kirk's Beauty Shop, 4. American Welding, 5. XL Hard- wars, 6. Clint's Coin WLash. SINGLES 1. Doris Bailey, 2. Pat Jones, 3. Ida Sue Robinson, 4. Dorothy Wisnlewski, 5. June McDowell. DOUBLES 1. Barbara Brown-Betty Satterfield, 2. Doris Hicks-Lindell Levall, 3, Jan Loftus-Pat Jones, 4. Shirley Hertenstein- Roxie Gaunt, 5. Minnie Patterson Pansy Lappin. ALL EVENTS 1. Doris Bailey, 2. Pat Davis, 3. Billie Sue Wilson, 4. Edna Chambliss, 5. Dorothy Goldsmith. CASH ON THE LINE Is Now At JERRY'S GULF 1605 Perkins This Week Only Get $5.00 Free Coupons Plus The Kegular Amount With OH Change, Filter £ Lube or Tune Up or Shocks—Pair or Brakes • Muffler System

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