TUESDAY, FEBRUAR?.*. 1945 JUJ. Holds Lead InLLA. Conference Eastern Teachers' Center Paces Scorers Bv Associated Prow , c uther'n Slate Normal of Car- S ..P holds the lead with four and no defeats, but the Intercollegiate Athletic basketball race still Is -, toss-up- Southern Slate temporarily IToff' Uie threat by Western W* 4 °"...!,„ a surprise 48-40 ; DeKalb quintet to dump Western place with a 4-1 record. Southern road for »"« e Mining Jnj? a which has to hit ttie of Its four, re- conference tilts, includ- return clash with Western WKB had won 10 straight before Saturday night when It showed ?h effects of a hard-fought 33-32 l"n over Eastern Teachers of Charleston the previous night. Southern's next league game Is tuainst third-place State Normal * " . . XT-..«-,,-. 1 I?*t1/4««r vttrv'Ut- ' (2-2) at Normal Friday night. The I. A. A. C. standings: w Stale <Carbondale).4 0 1.000 Teachers (DeKalb).. 4 1 Stale Normal 2-.2 WMtern Teachers (Macomb). ,1 4 < K?im Tchr» (Charleston) ..I 5 Sullivan Leads BLOOMINGTON, Feb. .800 .800 .200 .167 6, W)— dpi, ' Andre Sullivan, Eastern Teachers' center, held what appeared to be an almost insur- 'mountable lend in the individual Korlng race as the Illinois Intercollegiate Conference's basketball season reached the midway mark'. Official statistics showed Sulli- I van with 81 points, 26 more than I his teammate, Hal Craig, who has [ tallied 55. Jim Bogan of North! ern Teachers at DeKalb was in i third place with 54 points. The leaders: Mayer School Gp G F Tp. Suplllvan, Eastern Tchr§..6 S2 17 81 I Crtlg, Eastern Tchrs ...... S 22 11 85 'Bogan, Northern Tchrs ...8 23 8 Milosvlch. Southern Tchrs 4 18 20 Jahn, Western Tchrs ..... 8 17 14 Perrlne, Southern Tchrs . . 8 17 12 Arnold, Northern Tchrs ..5 16 11 Jlafilger, Northern Tchrs. .4 18 11 Brighton Defeats Hettick,49to34 BRIGHTON, Feb. 6.—Brighton's cagers scored a 49-34 triumph over Hettick here Monday night to boost their season record to 23 wins against seven losses. In a curtain- raiser between reserve teams, Brighton also won, 42-10. Allen Hanold spilled in 21 points for Brighton and his -brother, Bruce, racked up 11, while Killam also scored 21 tallies for Hettick, flipping in six field goals and collecting on nine throw tries. out of 11 free The Brighton district tournament opens here Wednesday, Feb. 21, with seven teams entered. MayHearLaGuardia In Cage Scandal Case BROOKLYN, Feb. 6 UP) — The Kings county grand jury, investigating the Brooklyn College basketball scandal, plans to call Mayor F'orello La Guardia as a witness. The mayor, in a radio broadcast Sunday, asserted "It just happened that Brooklyn College was ^covered. It's not the only one." "e did not give any "evidence to »upport his statement. Alton at E, St. Louis OUersHost to Kahoks ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH tieb Plan Would Curb Monopolies On Grid Material By HUGH FUMJERTON, Jr. NEW YORK, Feb. 6 UP> -, Tom Lleb, who once proposed building an athletic "fence" around Florida to keep out-of-state institutions from snatching the best football material, now comes up with a new idea for equalizing gridiron competition after the war . . . Surprisingly, it ties in with the competi- tloh-for-«ll theme that keeps recurring when athletic directors discuss post-war plans . . . Tom's proposal, briefly, is that conferences should adopt player limits, as in baseball; at the start of the season, each football coach would turn in his squad list and then he'd have to stick with it ... "It is ridiculous, 1 ; says Lleb, "for one school, due to bowl game receipts, to grab off all the available football material, carrying a squad of 80 and playing about 30 men. The boys who do not play are cheated out of competition that would really do them good." Today's Oucst Star Joe Gootter, Paterson, N. J., Evening News: "The University of Richmond varsity basketball squad is out of action because three members have the mumps. And five former Brooklyn College players are as popular as small-pox . . . Maybe college basketball Isn't catching on, but Its catching." Not So Goofy Here's another that Lefty Gomez was telling on himself at the baseball writers' dinner One of Lefty's duties as recreation direct, or for a bombsight company—"we make the hits, the other guys make the near misses"—is umpiring softball games ... In one tough game last summer a big pitcher walked In the winning run then dashed to the plate, to protest Gomez's decision . ... "I just told him," says Lefty, " 'for 17. years I've been saying umpires are blind, so what have you got to complain about?' " Service Dept. Tip from the midwest says the nation's best basketball team is the. Lincoln, Neb., Army Air Base "Wings," who'll get a chance to prove it tomorrow against the Second Air Force Superbombers The Navy's Lieut. Joe McCluskey sent in his entry for his 16th consecutive A. A. U. championships track meet from somewhere in the Pacific. He hopes his ship will reach California and he'll get a ten-day furlough . at .the right time ... Lleuts, Billy Hillen ,'...' Lou Saban and Charley Jacoby, Indiana boys who were the mainstays of Fort Bennlng teams,, have been transferred to California . to study Chinese. Cleaning the Cuff The Amateur Hockey Association has named a railroad man, C. Vernon Thomas of Baltimore, to rewrite the hockey rule book. He promises when he gets through even the fans will be able to understand it Utah and Colorado, who have best college basketball teams in the Rocky Mountains, are feuding over a cancelled game —which may lead to difficulties in naming a team for the NCAA *<w can get tb« bat quality Grade "A" rubber « £* tecap NOW. No more wUl b« mtnufwtured «* Pwteoger tire» for several months, tet us put thick new treadi on your smooth tires while our wpply lasts. Our .killed workmen use the tested »• F. Goodrich Factory Method to Jnnue longer tut life—greater safety. NO CERTIFICATE NEEDED TO RSCAP oodrich Stores 3.7754 Broadway and Henry f ' ROLLED RIGHT MlLD a ^ LIGHT NO BITE MAKES A BETTER SMOKE mRRVCLS fhe f-RES of Quality cnge loop ~ n ° n s Redblrds, still leading the Southwestern Conference pack hy two full games, take a long stride toward the league championship tonight when they Invade East St. Louis for one of the five tests remaining on their schedule. . The East Side Flyers, currently cellar-dwelling with Granite City in the loop race—with only two wins against seven losses — will be no setup, however, for the victory-bound Redblrds. The Flyers sained their two victories early in the season over Edwardsville, Alton's only conqueror in league competition, and Granite City, end gave the strong Belleville Maroons a stiff battle last week. • Coach George Ingles' Birds, with the conference title almost within grasp, will take no chances against the Flyers tonight, but hope to use the game as a tune-up for Friday night's ci'ucial test, when they play host to the Maroons, currently tied with Wood River and Collinsville for second 'place in the conference. Wood River and Collinsville battle tonight on the Oilers' court in what promises to be the highlight game of the evening for confer ence teams. The victor will' remain in a tie with Belleville for runner- up position and a torrid scrap between the two teams to remain in the race is in prospect. In the only other conference tilt on tonight's card, Edwardsville's Tigers entertain Madison Both teams have won three and lost six, but'the Tigers, previously beaten by'the Trojans, will be seeking revenge and go into the fray as favorites. Roxana also plays tonight, trav- elling to Dupo for a return engagement. The Shells, nosed out on their home court by'Dupb earlier in the season, 36-35, will be out to avenge that defeat tonight. Super-X Loses to Coast Guard, 5445 Western Cartridge Co.'s Super- X quintet, after holding a 24-18 lead at half time, dropped a 54-45 decision to Coast Guard at South Side Catholic High gym in St Louis Monday night. It was hard-fought battle throughout with the Guards coming, througl in the second half to score theii eighteenth victory in 21 starts. Harris Franklin, Super-X for ward, tallied 14 points for the los ers and his teammate at center Barton, accounted for nine, whil .Labotsky and. Pickrell of Coas 'Guard racked up 15 and 13, re spectively. Jackson, Western guard sank four field goals. Super-X (45) Coast Guard (54) FgFtPf FgFtP Shell Wins Girls' Cage League Title Shell clinched the Girls Basket>all League title last night by tuning back Standard, 26 to 9, to close an undefeated season. Shell Jumped Into an early lead tgalnst Standard and was never headed. Newman of Shell, with 'ive field goals, was leading scorer. Armes, center for the Shell, drop* ped in four field goals for runner- up scoring honors. Boxboard and the Y. W. C. A. five put on a terrific battle, but .he Boxboard team nosed out the Y girls, 21 to 19. Free throws told the story. Boxboard made three out of 11, while the Y team only :ennected with one out of 12. Four teams will enter the round- robin play-off beginning next Monday. Shell meets Boxboard and Owenettes meet Standard. The winners will meet the following Monday with the loser's playing a consolation game. Results of the ^lay-off will not affect the league title but a special trophy will be awarded winners of the round' robin. Final standings of the league. Team \\ | Shell ...4 ( Owenettes ...../. 3 ; Boxboard ...2 i Standard .....1 " -J Y. W. C. A ...o Box Board (21) T. W. C. A. (IS) FgFtPf FgFtP Greenw'd.g 303 Cairni.f Z o < Meredith,* 2 0 1 McLeary.f 4 1 Breltw'ser.c 0 1 3 Bowman.c 1~ 0 0 Huntsman.c 000 Pablo.c 000 Wrlght.g a 2 2 Hamilton,* 001 Melloway.f 2 0 2 Smith.g 2 Casey,g o Franklin.f Hallihan.f Jouett.f Frazier.f Barton.c 6 2 2 1 S -1 0 0 3 3 Timb'man.g 1 2 Jackson,g 40 3 Morrlssey.f 2 Croll.f 2 Grant.* ' 0 Lobotsky.f 1 Pickrell.c 1 Smith.g 1 Mlller,g • Zamjahn.g Meyers.g 0 0 0 4 1 7 1 6 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 3 Totals 18 9 10 Totals 24 6 1 Score at half: Coast Guard, 18; Su per-X, 24. Referee—Bonebrake. Bivens Scores T. K. 0. Over Georgie Park WASHINGTON, Feb. 6, UP)— Jimmy Bivins' long layoff from ring activity hasn't dulled the Cleveland i negro heavyweight's punching power. Bivins, making his first start in many months, needed only three rounds to dispose of Georgi Parks, up-and-coming Washington negro, last, night. Parks, fellec for nine counts twice in the third roundi couldn't come out of hi corner "for" the fourth so Bivins was awarded a fourth round technical knockout victory. • At 188 pounds, Bivins' enjoyed a' four-pound weight advantage over Parks. tournanient . . .Chick Evans, who says he never "picked up" during a match in all his years of golf, doesn't like the way the touring pros have fallen into that habit. . . . Chick points out that golf is the only game in which .it is considered good taste to. "resign." PAGE NINE STATE TONITE ADOLPHE MENJOU JOAN BENNETT -IN"The Housekeeper's Daughter" Shown at 8:35 BUSTER CRABBE AL Tuzzy' ST. JOHN -INTHE DRIFTER' Shown at 7:00—10:00 MARCH OF TIME CARTOONS Totals 8 3 11 Totals 8 1 12 Score by quarters: 12 3 , ox Board n ia 17 2 Y. W. C. A 3 11 13 1 Officials: Lester, Burger, Wafde. > Shell (26) SUmHrd Oil (9) FgFtPf Fy FtP WASHINGTON, D. c. — Alton's '!asa Junior Rifle Club may justly e proud of one of Its members, »atrlcla Mae Smith. National Rifle Association headquarters here has ust revealed that Miss Smith, aged jjT, has been Issued the highest r«t- ng to which a junior rifleman may aspire, the Distinguished Rifleman Qualification. Firing at official targets, the (Ull's-eye, of which is smaller in diameter than the bullet of her .22 •Ifle, Miss Smith demonstrated her :omplete mastery of all four of the standard shooting positions. To even become eligible to compete 'or this honor she had to first sue- lessfully meet the requirements of 14 Other progressively more difficult qualification ratings. An idea of the relative skill which this necessitates can be seen from the fact that, out of a total of 75,491 qualifications during the entire year of 1844, only 88 young shooters In the entire nation earned this highest rating. Miss Smith lives at 757 Park Drive, Alton, and Is a student at Alton High School. She began her shooting career three years ago. A great deal of credit for her accomplishment is also due L to Henry Fones, Instructor and adult leader of the Piasa Junior Rifle Club. Other shooting honors won by Miss Smith include the winning of Lhe high school letter, 1943 -Alton High School; runner-up for first place In open road for boys, member of winning team of William Randal Hearst Trophy match, 1944, Sixth Area. Simpson.g Gallatln.g Arme«,c Davis,f Rayborne.f Newman,f 0 1 ZBoslch.f 112 001 Verdun.t 0 0 4 0 1 Kinich.f 0 0 312 Varga.f 0 0 000 M'gurany.c 0 1 503 Jamerson.c 0 0 Skundrlch.g 1 0 Emerick.g l 1 Totals 12. 2 9 Totals 331 Score by quarters: 183 Shell ,.,.8 14 18 26 Standard OH 8 S o Officials: Lester, Burger, Watde. Willie Joyce Scores Victory Over Wrigh PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 6, UP)— Sly Willie Joyce, an up-and-com ing lightweight, let the world knov today that hereafter he can b considered'a resident of Philadel phia, a town that has been goo to him. Willie's anouncement, meanin that he'll carry Billy Penn's color in his future fistic forays, cam with his smashing victory las night over age-weary Chalk Wright, one-time champion of th featherweights. The gentle. Willie didn't explali why he's turning up his flattene nose at his past home towns, Lo Angeles and Gary, Ind., buy mayb it's because Philadelphians alway pay so well to watch him toss h mitts. Exactly 6,324 came through wit $16,651.1.6 to watch him bandy th slow and tottering Wright, who ad mils to 36 years and ignores an over that. Chalky, weighting 132%, too only three rounds on refere Charley Daggert's score-card an nobody questioned the 135-poun Willie's claim to the other seven Prep Cage Scores TONITE and WED. LAMOUR MAcMURRAY bury HUTTON ; & v-and If the end Ira bitter 1 disillusion... they Jewl BONITA GRANVILLE "KENT SMITH • JEAN BROOKS GLENN VERNON 'TESSA BRINO LAST TIME TONIGHT Joyce Beynoldi . Robert Mutton "JANIE" Abbott * Costello "IN SOCIETY" Wed. * Thar,. "Mlnitrel Mm" and "Delinquent Daughters" Alton Girl Gets Junior Rifleman Highest Rating O'Brien, Garibaldi In Tag Bout at Turner It seems that George "Irish" O'Brien "got his Irish up" when Flnace Hall and Eddie Campbell bruised up he and his partner for the second time hand-running In a tag rassiing match at Turner Hall's squared circle last Thursday night. So George, who has been searching for a stronger mat buddy to seek revenge, was highly pleased today when Promoter D. Fred Richardson gladly acceded to his request for a return match, with Ralph Garibaldi as his partner. Richardson said today there is a good chance Chris Zaharlas wil get back here to share Hall's cor ner for the bout, but if he fails to appear, Eddie Campbell will collaborate with Hall against the O'Brien-Garibaldi team. In a 30-minute opener for the feature tag bout Thursday night Johnny Anderson will grapple with Tufty Truesdale. Illini to Open Indoor Track Season Friday CHAMPAIGN, Feb. 6, Iff}—The University of Illinois track team minus the service of Claude (Bud dy) Young, Big Ten sprint cham pion, will open its Indoor season against Indiana's Hoosiers Friday Coach Leo Johnson has seven lettermen as the nucleus of his squad, including Bob Kelley, Big Ten 440 and 880 champion; Dave Nichols, Big Ten high hurdles titleholder; Bob Phelps, conference pole vault champ; Dave Best, low hurdles and broad jump; Capt Marce Gonzales, 440; Joe John son, 440, and Paul Hamer, distance runs. 3 Detroit Keglers LeadlnPetersen CHICAGO, Fob. 6, UPi—Detroit's jowlers held the three? top spots n the $43,200 Peterson howling classic today after 1,088 of the 1,728 entrants had turned In their eight- game scores. Charles Boehm of Detroit's suburban Highland Park, who took over first place Sunday with an >ight-game total of 1,585, held that .pot, but It was due to a "railroad" split In the ninth frame of he last game of the last shift rolled by Frank Zlon of Detroit. Zian, had he made either a jtrlke or a spare In that frame, >robably would have gone into the cad. As it was, he went Into second plape ahead of Al Heiden of Detroit with 1,581. Hrlden, who took the lead a week ago Sunday with 1,577, dropped into .hird place. Meanwhile bowlers in the Dom Devlto tournament continued to ;urn In better scores than those n the Petersen classic. The first place total of 1,793, held by f llton Lake of Pleasantvllle, N. J., was not threatened in the one squad :hat bowled last night. Alice Gra- tmm of Dover, O., won first mffney In the squad with 1,577, and Edward Borczak of West Allis, Wls. was second with 1,560. Ray Bchanen of Milwaukee, with 1,754, still held second place. Calhoun Soldier Home From S. Pacific BRUSSELS - Jerome Cappel of the U. S. Marine Corps, who has been In the south Pacific 15 months, Is visiting his parents at Golden Eagle during his 30-day furlough. Vein Jacobs Honored BRUSSELS — Miss Vera Jacobs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fred Jacobs, will be honor guesl at a shower In Held's hall, Feb 10. Miss Jacobs will become the bride of Walter Weigel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Welger, April 7 Brussels Notes BRUSSELS — The Catholic Youth Organization of Brussels will meet in the school auditorium on Wednesday night under direction of the Rev. Father Depplsh. .While attempting to stop a tractor which had suddenly started, Bil Rose, jr., suffered a broken toe and two badly bruised feet . Miss Eileen taming left Sun day for Granite City to return to work in St. Elizabeth's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Fortschnel der and Mrs. Lizzie Vogel spen Sunday evening with Mr, and Mrs George Fredrickson. Raymond Bollman was called t St. Joseph's Hospital Saturday tx. give blood for Gilbert Bollman whose condition is slightly 1m proved. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Mossma. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seifer man attended « wedding dance a Fieldon Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moses, jr., re ceived a letter from their son, Ar thur, stating he had arrived i England. Henry Birch, member of Mer chant Marine, left Monday after 30-day leave with his wife en family. Mrs. Birch accompanle him as far as Caruthersvllle, Mo. Mrs. Carl Wlttmond and Mn, Andrew Godar were in Alton Mon day and spent the day with Mr Godar's daughter, Mrs. Harrj Strauss. BOWLIN Thursday Merchants Lou's Service won three games rom Sears, Family Store won two ?ames from Williams' Service, Valz won two games from Ward's Service, Brinkmnns won two games rom Squirrel Roclnl Club, Carl's won two gnmos from Altonlans. 200 games—Stcinhnuer 203, Len- iardt 213, A. Hellrung 217, Clark !21, Hljth three—Scott 501, Bos- :hert 504, Brown 507, Buck 519, Lenhardt 519, E, Lamm 524, Clark 143. Big 10 Leaders Will Meet Again Thursday CHICAGO, Feb. 6, W>—Athletic directors of the Western Conference, unable In two meetings to igree on code changes to broaden the powers of a commissioner to succeed the late Major John L. Srlfflth, will hold a third meet- ng here Thursday to discuss rules revisions. Whether a commissioner will be lecled at the meeting remained sroblematlcal, Kenneth L. (Tug) Wilson, Northwestern University athletic director, said today. Basketball Scores K«itern Kentucky Teacher. 44, Wat- era Kentucky Teachen 38. Michigan Stst* 8S, Kentucky 80. ^? e 5p cn 43 ' Navy ln <ol"«ence (Cht Free Parking Next to Theater TONIGHT WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY CLAUDE RAINS • WAITER mi • HICHAM rSBWS RICHARD «J. CARROL NAJSH-ELORM STUART ALAN DINEHART. JOAN WOODBUBY Squirrel DANCE Saturday, Feb. 10th TURNER HALL Music by Berry's Syncopators $1.10 Per Couple «OMII MAN __ lowEHy-pABKEfl HfNRY'KARNs A PeraiMVM fkly» Shown at 7:007-9:44 THURSDAY ONLY Clamlello Colbert, Joe) McCrea "The Palm Beach Story" Fred Mary Robert MacMurray Martin I'rcuton "NEW YORK TOWN" BENEFIT PARTY Sponsored by Booiter Club Wednesday Night Shelter House, We*t Mather St. Game* Get Under Way at 7:80. Kansas State so, Missouri 29 Romului AAB 45, Detroit 33. Iowa Navy Prefllght SB, Drake 31. Central (la) 87, P.noni 38, Lambert Field 87. —'-'• 88. Sgt Cannon of Elsah Prisoner ELSAH — Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon received a forrij card from their son, Tech. Sgt. Edward L. Cannon, a German prisoner of waf in Austria, near Vienna. His crew had been shot down over France during the invasion, but three of them escaped with the' aid of the underground. , An older brother of Sgt. Can* non's, John William, Is a ship- fitter, 1-C, somewhere In the Pa* clfic, and a younger brother Is Iti training at Scott Field, 111. Capt. Harold Dunwoody Wounded in Action Capt. Harold Halsey Dunwoody, 26, son of Col. and Mrs. Halsey Dunwoody, 4953 McPherson, St. Louis, was wounded In action irv France, Jan. 14. Capt. Dunwoody (s a brother of Mrs. Lafayette. Young, 1126 Stale. Mrs. Young learned of her brother's Injury in a message from her mother. A graduate of West Point In 1942, Capt. Dunwoody has, been in active service almost three years and was sent overseas last September as an officer In the 1 armored division. His father, Col. Dunwoody Is attached to Army Transportation Corps, and he and Mrs. Dunwoody are residing temporarily in Washington, D. C.; where he Is stationed. Smallest Dally Smallest daily newspaper In the' world is the Bulletin of Tryon,! N. C., which Is n standard sheet' of letter paper folded once. GRAND 40o to p. m. 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