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Muscatine, la., Journal . . Tuesday. March. 3, 1964 9 In Dressing Room Before the Game... Hayes High Muscatine High Community College Muscatine School News Reporter m - COACH JIM BIG 6 - 6 NEIL HITCHCOCK Black Hawk Is to Quit J( Circuit Black Hawk college of Moline has indicated it plans to withdraw from the Mississippi Valley Junior College conference at the end of the school year. Black Hawk, formerly Moline JC, has participated in basketball, baseball, golf and tennis events sponsored by the league. The information that Black Hawk would withdraw was received in a terse note here. It was stated a more complete explanation concerning the school's decision would be made at a league meeting. Black Hawk's withdrawal leaves the league with just four membersClinton, Keokuk, Burlington and Muscatine unless there are other changes forthcoming. It was not immediately determined whether Muscatine and Black Hawk will continue athletic relations despite the severance of league ties. Braves Sign Bonus Catcher SHREVEPORT, La. - (Si - The Milwaukee Braves signed Cecil Upshaw, Centenary College fastball pitcher. Monday night for a bonus estimated at $30,000. Upshaw, a 21 - year - old lSfi - pound. 6 - foot - 6 senior, compiled a 12 - 4 record during his sophomore .and junior years. .He had 156 strikeouts in 126 innings, issued 24 walks and gave up 14 earned runs. Benefit Cage Games Set at Wilton Tonight WILTON The annual basketball "extravaganza" of the .Wilton Loins club will be held at 6:30 this evening at the school gym here. The evening's program will include three 20 minute games pitting the, ninth grade against the eighth rade, seventh grade against the sixth .grade and fifth grade against the fourth grade. The feature attraction will pit the Wilton all - stars against a learns nf area coaches. Special prizes will be awarded at the half - time of this game. Proceeds fro mthe annual bene fit games will be used to sponsor Lions club charities, including the summer playground program. KAEDING TAPES DENNY GARVIN'S ANKLE - STRETCHES OUT ON BENCH - Yorkwood Nips Rockridge in Final Quarter EDGINGTON, HI. - A pressing defense enabled Yorkwood to come from behind in the final quarter and nip Rockridge, 5S - 57, Monday night in an Illinois regional tournament game. Rockridge led 47 - 42 going into the last stanza. However, York - wood's press nctled seven straight points to put the winners ahead, Don Massej' paced Rockridge with 20 points, but Nelson and Hayes of Yorkwood combined for SO as they hit 26 and 24. Coach Jack Milam's Rockridge team finishes the year 13 - 11. Rockridge (57) FT FT PF TP Miller 12 4 4 Flaherty 10 2 2 Clarke 5 7 2 17 Cobcrly 1 0 3 2 Heath 3 2 4 8 Massey 9 2 2 20 Sutter 2 0 2 4 TOTALS 22 13 19 57 Yorkwood (58) Nelson 9 8 2 26 Rinehart 2 0 14 Hayes 9 6 4 24 Anderson 10 2 2 Avery 1 0 3 2 TOTALS 22 It 12 58 Score Bv Quarters Rockridge ........ 13 33 45 57 Yorkwood 15 30 42 58 No Friday TV By NFL Brings Sports Truce NEW YORK - Iff) - The National Football League says there will be no national television of its Friday night games. College and high school leaders say that's just dandy, and all is sweetness and light today in the undeclared and unofficial dispute. "We are very pleased by the decision by the - NFL," said Asa Bushncll, head of the NCAA television committee after the statement by NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle Monday. The NFL had put a "premature" label on published reports of a possible national telecasting of a series of five Friday night pro games, but didn't get around to a concrete statement on it until Monday. Those reports had brought onsidcrablc fire from the National Collegiate Athletic Association through Excutive Director Walter Byors and Bushncll, as well as leaders of various high school groups. BOWLING At PlaMor - Gioson & Gibson Muscatine Pearl . Leslies Standard . Chclf Hea'.inK ... Carver Pump - 1 'a I5'a Slorz Beer H I6 . NOTE: Waltons Nursery . and Henry's postponed. High team game: Muscatine Pearl. H68; Gjbson & Gibson, 835; Storz Hifflt team series: Gibson & Gibson, 2 - 43 - 1: Muscatine Pearl, 2411; Leslies Standard. HiRh ind. came: Nancy McClcary, 210; Dorothy Crumly. 211; Mary Toonian. 18a: Florence Riswold, 18 - 1. Higli Ind. series: Dorothy Crumly, 580: Nancy McClcary, 52!); Evelyn Davis. 513; Jcanelte Bartlius, 501. S:m:i 16! y.ai; Coffee Cup, 934, 88!); Green Thumb, 874 Mich team series: Colfec Cup, 2(i8B; Schlltz Beer, 2572; Green Thumb. 2522. ,... . f - 1 ikIi md. Kami P. Warren, 203; B jrdock, 202. G. Lindow. 567; G. Cordwell, 564. WILTON' MIXED LEAGUE W ...k - 's :.:. - - r.ct 12 SK.:::::::: f Economy Lumber 1& - Nicolaus Ins 15 J Jim", 0 27 Wlth'tcair. came: Jake's Market, S - C: C!, icon's DX, BSD. , High team series: Clausscn s D.N, 2408; Jakes Market. 2485. High Ind. came: Max Lauscr. 222. Bert Duncan, 211. Hich ind. series: Max Lauser, 631; Bert Duncan. 594. Ladles' hlBh Ind. Rame: ouisc Davie Carmen Coss, 192. Ladles' high ind. scries: Louise Davlcs, 498; Carmen Coss. 473. 300 CLUB SCRATCH LEAGUE Standing Ina Mac's M Carlisle 22 18 Negus 20 20 Huttig's 20 ;0 Masscys 20 20 Pla Mor Budwciscr ' - 2 a High team game: Ina Mae's. 576: Masscys. 572; Carlislcs. 571. High team series: Ina Mae's, 2200: Carlislcs, 2161: Masscys. 2130. High ind. game: J. Ratishtsnbcr - cer, 241; V. Fuegen, 226; A. Bender, 224. High ind. scries: M. Raushcnbcr - gcr. 817: J. Raushenbergcr. 795; V. Fucgcn, 783. At Town & Country FARM BUREAU LEAGUE Standings W L Super Sweet Feeds 23 13 Ecor. - O - Mix Feeds 23 13 Farm Bureau Insurance ... 22 14 Mo - Jon Ir.c 22 11 Jarvis Insurance 18 18 Hawkcye Feeds 18 IB Ribstone Silos 17 19 F. S. Inc 15 21 Muscatine Seed & Supply 11 25 Elder Implement' 11 25 High team game: F. S. Inc., 912; Hawkeye Feeds. 860; "arvis Ins.. 810. High team series: F. S. Inc., 2506; Hawkeye Feeds, 2471; Super Sweet Feeds. 2323, High ind. game: Francis Coder, 234: Earl Denkman, 214; Charles Shellaba. - ger. 213. High ind. series: Francis Coder, 392: Larry Thede, 574; Gary Mc - Cullough, 536. ' FARMERETTES LEAGUE Standings W L Nichols Grain A. - Feed .. 18V; 8'i E. V. Hoopcs Real Estate 15 12 Air Way Sanitizcr 13 14 Me - Jon 13 14 Alalissa Grain & Feed ..11 16 Wilton Implement 10',J ls'i High team game: Atalissa Grain, 731; Nichols Grain, 711. High team scries: Atalissa Grain. 2078: Nichols Grain, 2068. High ind. game: Marilyn Hein - rich. 169: Catharine Gipplc, 168. High Ind. series: Marilyn Hein - rich, 469; Connie Morgan, 467, SOIL CONSERVATION LEAGUE Standings W L Frye & Son Welding 31 17 Muscatine Mutual 31 17 Goodyear Service 27 21 Iiaak Walton 23 25 Soil Commissioners 23 25 McCoy Excavating 2: 27 Carlisle Sport Shop 20 28 N. F. O. - 16 22 High team game: Soil Commissioners, 873; Frye & Son. 829. High team series: Soil Commissioners, F. - vc & Son, 2323. High ind. game: G. Blackwood, H. Barkhurst. 219. High ind. series: H. Barkhurst. 582; G. Blackwood. 539 , WILDCAT LEAGUE Standings W L Uaak Walton No. 2 .... 27 9 Izaak Walton No. 3 23',i 12ii Lucas Quality Plmb 22 14 Pasqualcs 2013 lDli Brcl Standard Serv 16 20 Brossart & Lucas Cont. 14 22 J. B. Mark & Sons Ins. 13 23 H. J. Helm Co 8 28 High team game: Izaak; Walton No. 3, 839; J. B. Mark & Sons. Pasqualcs. 820. High team scries: Brossart & Lucas. 23S8; - Brci Standard, 2334. High ind. game: Gene O'Brien, 212: iv. Hidlcnaugh. 202. High ind. scries: W. Hidlebaugh. 557; Bob Mills, 525. MEN'S CLASSIC LEAGUE W L Central State Baaii 31 Support The Muskies By CONNIE MACON Last Wednesday night, - over 1,800 Muscatine basketball fans followed their - Little Muskies to George Marshall gymn in Davenport to cheer "the boys to a 72 - 53 victory over Davenport Central. The team received a rousing welcome as they came out on the floor for warm - ups, and the fans "raised the roof" when the announcer introduced the team. As can be seen, bath at the Central game, and the Friday night encounter with North Scott, the supporting crowd makes a big difference in the outcome of the game. The enthusiastic crowd was another big factor in Muscatine's 4iM6 win Monday night over Davenport West. This Friday, the Muskies will be traveling to Clinton to meet their first foe in the sub - state tournament As 'they advance in the tournament, the games will be getting rougher and tougher. This means only one thing to the people of Muscatine get out and support your team. Our team is representing not only the high school but the whole community. Pledges Come In for Wapello Methodist WAPELLO The building committee ot the Wapello Methodist church hasbcen working hard with nearly 25 per cent of the pledged money now paid and this has been re - invested in in - trest bearing investments until time to be used! Architects are being interviewed and some examples of architects' work have been observed. Christopher Off Mets Team for Tour in Mexico ST. PETERSBURG, Fla - Jin - Outfielder Joe Christopher, who signed his; 1964 New York Mets baseball contract 'Monday, joined the club too late to figure in Manager Casey Stengel's Mexican invasion plans. Christopher, whose agreement to terms completed the Mcls' roster, didn't make the 22 - man squad named for the weekend's tiirce - game south - ofJLhe - border jauni. College Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CCNY 73, Bridgeport 66 St. Michael's, Vt. 84, Vermont 74 St. Louis 67, Kentucky 80 Wichita 90, No. Texas St. 83 Ohio State 86, Illinois 74 Kansas St. 63, Okla. Stale 59 oL Kansas 73, Colorado 71 ot Minnesota 105, Wisconsin 98 Iowa 81, Purdue 74 Oklahoma 82, Nebraska 76 West Texas Slate 100, New Mexico St. 58 UCLA 87, California 57 Stanford 81, Washn. State 55 So. Calif. 85, Washington 64 Portland 88. Gow.aga 84 Idaho 64, Montana 51 Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SANTA MONICA. Calif. - Johnny Smith, 157, Los Angeles, knocked out Tevel Holman, 157, San Diego, Calif., 2.' TOKYO - Randolph Masula, 145, Philippines, stopped Makoto Watanabe, 146V4, Japan, 1. 2 YANKEES UNSIGNED FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - iff) Pitchers Jim Bouton and ui Ttnnifr were the New York Yankees' only unsigned players today after utility lnnemer rnu Linz accepted 1964 contract terms Monday. Gibby J's Purina Feeds.. 28. 12 Sunset Inn ZJ'. Inn Mac's Restaurant . . 18 2i i X Gold Milk .... 18 - 22 Miller's HiRh Life "14 221, Pact! Super value " - ' Hunter s .TV 13 2 HiRh team Rair.e: Ina Mae s Restaurant, 360: Central State Bank. MriiEh team series: Gibby J's Purina' Feeds, 2806; Central State Bank, 2763. High Ind, Kair.e: Lee Mcciure, 236: Butch Ballenger. 234. 626; Butch Ba'.lenser., 613. TOWN A COUNTRY LADIES HANDICAP LEAGUE .. Standings Town & Country Lounge Wareco Jeschke Cont ... Town S Country Bowl.. Jakes Super Mkt Lester Realty Blue Eacle .... 12 15 .... 0 18 Pasguale' Kieh team came: T & C lounge, 94:i: Lester Realty. S35. High team scries: T & C Lounge, 2776; Lester Realty, 2707. High Dorothy McClu Ross. 107. 'Previews of Progress' This "no - hands" suitcase demonstrates gyroscopic principles which will help guide future space ships to the Moon. This and other scientific wonders are dramatized in the General Motors "Previews of Progress" which will be shown at West Junior High on March 4 at 2 p. m.; at Muscatine High school on March 9 at 9:50 a. m.; and at central Junior High school on March 9 at 1 :30 p. m. Cheerleaders Help Provide Enthusiasm For MHS Teams 5il By JO KAEDING Not many of the Muskies' loyal supporters know much about the peppy and enthusiastic cheerleaders, who go to Muscatine High school. These girls provide the leadership for the energy and enthusiasm which follows our basketball and football teams to each game. This year's cheerleaders are Judy Askam, Beth Bollinger, Betty Lloyd, Janet Moore, and Betty Stauffer. Judy Askam, a senior, has been a varsity cheerleader for two years. Judy is a blue - eyed blonde and very active in school activities, she is also head - typist, of the Aurorai Yearbook. Not only in good voice on the ficldhouse fioor, but also singing a solo part in the M.H.S. variety show, Bavash, is junior Beth Bollinger. Bcth, who is very active in Senior Chorus, also is active in other extra - curricular activities. Dark - haired, dark - eyed Betty Lloyd is another active Senior Chorus member. Betty is also a Student Council member ar.d is very busy, for .as a junior she Liberty Luther League Wins Cage Tourney WEST LIBERTY Luther League of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church of West Liberty won a six team invitational basketball tournament in four straight games, Sunday, March 1 at the Muscatine Lutheran Homes gymnasium. Teams participating included Atalissa, Washington, Muscatine Zion, Burlington. Lutheran Homes, and West Liberty. Following the tournament, the group participated in a talent contest with Lutheran Homes presenting a skit, "The Monster." Mike Worley, a Luther Leaguer from Washington spoke on "Why There Are No More Dragons in England." Closing devotions were conducted by Intern Paul Schae - dig of Zion - of Muscatine.. The West Liberty Luther League' has scheduled practice games for the - remaining Sundays in March prior to the district tournament, an annual affair for Luther Leagues in this section, to be played at West Branch in . April. Possibly twenty Leagues - .participate in this event. will help make the plans for the Junior - Senior Prom. The other senior member of the squad, blonde Janet Moore is also a member of the M.H.S. Chorus. An active member of Student Council, Janet is very busy helping to plan the various activities of Student Council. Last but not least is petite Betty Stauffer. Betty, a junior, is dark - haired and was - a sophomore cheerleader last year. Betty is very active at M.H.S. as a cheerleader and a student. The aim of the Muskie cheerleaders is to help add good sportsmanship - like qualities to the M.H.S. student body. They also want to be able to add pep and enthusiasm to the athletic games and give our teams the backing they need. Wilton Senior Play Cast WILTON The cast for the 1964 senior class play at Wilton high school has been announced. The three - act play, "We Shook iho Familv - Tree." will be pre sented April 7 in the grade school gym. Included in the cast are Alice Smith as Hildegarde (tired of being a wallflower); Bob Guy, father; Pam Peeks, mother; Nancy Grunder, younger sister; Dennis Tharp. older brother; Dennis Ornisby, younger brother; Linda Gruemmer, likes to play postman: Carolyn Hollenbeck, Bob's hearthrob; Sherrie Brown, her friend; John Scott, Freddie's I father; Margo Lange, his mother; and Joe Gruemmer as Freddie. Mrs. F. E. Fair is the director. Oakville Woman Notes Leap Year Birthday - 20th OAKVJJXE Mrs. Emma Walerhouse, whose 80th birthday was February. 29, celebrated Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Burlington visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meador, Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Mellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vaughn and Mr. and Mrs. Miles Walerhouse. A number of Oakville visitors also called. Mrs. Walerhouse exclaimed sho received 55 birthday cards and many gifts to make this one of her best birthdays, although there aren't many of them. 'j N School News Reporter Staff Muscatine Community College I MARY DIERCKS J Muscatine High School j! JOAN JARRETT Hayes Catholic High School PATRICK GARVIN and PATRICIA LAN'GE j Hayes Students Comment On District Speech Meet After attending the district speech contest at Wilton, many students of Hayes Catholic High school were heard to comment on the efficiency of the implementation of the days' events. Pat Lange, stated, "The speech conlest at Wilton Junction was my first experience of this nature. I found the contest most interesting as well as encouraging for me in my speech work." Bill Angell also remarked about the organization of the meet. He said, ".Ml the events started on lime, and when each section was finished the results were tabulated and posted immediately. This punctuality kept everyone at the contest going at an interested pace." Barbara Brown, a junior, said that she was pleased with the friendliness of the other students at Wilton. "I can sincerely say that I learned more there in one day than I could have in a hundred speech lessons." staled Barb. Bob Carl, who delivered an oratorical declamation remarked, "I was surprised to find everyone so friendly and helpful. I noted a total lack of tension in the air, which made mc feci a little more at case." Mike Vail, who attended the meet as a spectator, commented. "I didn't know what to expect at the speech contest because I had never been to one before. I was greatly surprised at the efficiency with which me contest was run. I enjoyed myself very much and thought there was a general mood 0 friendliness in the air.' "Although I was not at Wilton, said Jerry Dwyer, a senior. "I heard that the meet was a thoroughly plcasam. one to attend. From the quality of many of our selections, I was not surprised to hear of our success. I wish them all good luck in the state finals." Linda Haller said "The speech Commercial Towboat Cargo Goes Upriver First commercial towboat cargo for points north of the Quad - Ciu'es came up ' the Mississippi river during the past week, the Crops of Engineers reports. Towboals for upriver prints the past week included the William Clark, bound for Cassville, Wis.; the Colonel Davenport, also headed for Cassville; and the Lawrence B. bound for Prairie duChien, Wis. The Corps reported that 25.800 tons of cargo moved through lock No. 15 at Rock Island the past week. This included 11,000 tons of coal; 12,500 tons of petroleum products; and 2,300 tons of miscellaneous items, all headed upstream. There were six tows with 27 barges bound upstream; with four lowboats with 13 barges moving downstream. Mississippi river flows continue light throught the Rock Island district. Both U. S. Coast Guard boats assigned to the upper Mississippi were moving again last week. The cutter Fern, equipped with an ice plow and work barge, which remained at Dubuque all winter, started north from Dubuque. The cutter Goldenrod, which patrols the river between Dubuque to Clarksville, Mo., went south to St: Louis last week and was reported returning north to Keokuk Monday. Cameras, Projectors, Accessories. Nationally Known . Brands. the Camera Corner Quality - Service Dependability 213 Inwa Avenue meet was very well organized and each section went off on time. I heard very many good . selections but I was also sur - '" prised to hear many poor ones. . The criticism that the speakers receive depends on the judges. Where one judge could give you a I rating on your selection and. say it was almost perfect an - .', other could give you a H rating . and say there could be a lot of : improvement. I thoroughly enjoy - ed the speech meet this year. It was a very rewarding experience." Two students commented on' humorous declamation. Pat Garvin said, "I enjoyed everything that I saw, but was especially impressed with the humorous declamation and inlcrpretive prose selections. Paula Peterson remarked. "From both last year's - and this year's results in the' humorous declamation. I have come to the conclusion that to get a I rating in this field is much harder lhan any of Hie others." Tom Tadcwald and Jim White had this to say about knowledge gained" from the event. Said Tom,: "I think that the district speech meet was very profitable learning experience. It was not hard to learn Trom (he excellent selections prepared." Jim White stated. "It was the first time that I have attended a speech meet and I absorbed a great deal of knowledge in the art of speaking." . Many commented on the friend - " Iiness of the Wilton students. Jane Bam' was heard to remark, "Everyone was so friendly. I couldn't tell the students from; Wilton fmm those from other - schools. They all acted like hosts - and hostesses. I hope Hayes gave - - the same friendly welcome lo; others as they gave to us." Several Hayes students were hoard to remark: "I thought that this speech meet was very well organized." Seniors Bonnie Brecht. Mary Jo Rauch, and Will Webber, although they did not attend said: "I know the students from Hayes worked hard on their selections before the meet and I am glad they did so well." Steve Tripmacker. a junior, commented on the students from' other schools. "The hospitality of the other students was tremendous. I talked to one of the olher boys about his topic for over an hour." Juniors, Linda Flanders and Rose Mary Fcnncll were most impressed with the experience they gained. "The District Speech meet was a most profitable experience. No matter what any teacher could do, a student learns the most from first - hand experience." STOP AT ws NEW CATALINA SWIM SUITS MAKE YOUR' SELECTION NOW! Use Our Convenient Lay Away Plan ax's OP? 209 East Second Street

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