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' FOR THE BEST IN MOTOR TUNEUP 'CARBURETOR REPAIRING '' FRONT END ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCING-VALVE - - : GRINDING GENERATOR & STARTER SERVICE Speedometer Servke Repairs oa all Automatic Transmissions: Bumper to Bumper Brake Service - SALES & SERVICE ON CUSHMAN MOTOR VEHICLES Complete Line it Bicycles & Power Lawnmowers ' & Parts & Service Exide Battery Sales and Service 1409 Broadway Phone CH 2-6581 Weekdays 7 AM 6 PM Saturdays 7 AM 'lit 12:00 Noon w ' ottz sf- -m 4 4'''''''''''' ' Vk''':1 ' - L clszis 4:! 0-t s:— --- ----4- --:::t a4 tr 4w Itlk: ' ''''''4' rs t4:A titiSip7t --e"---4-4 - KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 90 PROOF Our 6 long years of special aging gives you a choice flavor you'll be delighted with We leave our breathe fresh Kentucky air Nature' own changes in season give OLD GLENATORE a r 1 are light mellowness love! cLLIMolt cg11111jEtt WWI Or ?SO O O CI IS ISIDITION" LOUISVILLE Kt --- 1 Tennessee AM State's galloping 'eSasketballers race one of their - sternest tests of the season to-sight hosting rugged Georgetown 1KyJ In a battle of nationally-tanked Opening tipoff is set for 7:30 o'clock at the Little Garden I - AM puts a 28gams winning streak on 'the line against the Kentuckians who have quite a --reputatibn at rough rebounders 1AII currently leads the UPI smallzollge ranking a while Geergstown is fifth Only three times this season have the 'Tigers been extended whilt rolling up a 20-game streak At home sin December they edged Kentucky 'State (7441) and they eked lut decisions at Lincoln Mo (108-104) and in the Georgia Invitational tourney against Florida A&M (90-87) "Don't figure we'll win this in a breeze" Aid coach Johnny McLendon said warily ''I've scouted Georgetown myself and they've got the men to take us without any trouble!' The ICentucky quint point rout of highly -regarded ' Heading the Georgetown cast is 8:4 sophomore Corky Withrow (233-point average) and all-NAIA guard Charley Grote (20-point man) A11 goes into action after an 11-day layoff McLendon figures the rest will help in the drive to the wire with ASA needing wins in only six more games for an undefeated regular-season record Such a performance would assure the Tigers an atlarge berth In the NASA National tourney in Kansas City which they've won the last two years Little All-American Dick Barnett paces the Atid run-run attack He's got a 2875-point average followed by senior guard John Barnhill 085) and frock guard Porter Meriwether 1115) After tonight A&I bas only one home game on the schedule Lincoln (Mo) here Feb 21st Bowie Opens SatArday Baltimore—(W)— Bowie opens a 44-day meeting Saturday launching major racing In the East at has a 154 record includini i 14-Ithear1leat date inits history : v012041WMCOMMIMISITCOPZE7WwZ:M2MXZW Slight ErrorCompounded g Somewhere Over Illinois—UPI—An airline plane had rolled k '3 down a runway at Chicago's Midway Airport today and took off ' 1 for Cincinnati E Informed that two basketball teams were aboard the plane igt captain gave a cheery salutation over the public address system 1 1 "We wish to welcome the University of Kentucky basketball $: s team and congratulate it for the victory last night" t Silence : Minutes later the embarrassed captain's voice again boomed "I wish to apologize for the oversight but we have another p team aboard We welcome the University of Arkansas basket- f ball team" - ''k:'' - In the cabin basketball players from Xavier University and I the University of Tulsa—the only passengers in the plane— I broke into wild laughter ':057ZAINRIMMATZMWMITIMMMUstslaTTMN077:72r7"::::M NORWOODLAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1 OVER ED YEARS OP DEPENDABLE SERVICE MODERN DRIVE-IN-16th and CHURCH AL 5-56711 41112 Union St Phone GM z Across From Keith Simmons liana Massage by Doc Mertens tt Look Better Look Younger FEEL LIKE A MILLION! 10) Vitality! 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Look what you get at no extra cost: reducing and muscle building machines finest equipment steam baths sun lamps mech massage personal supervision SPECIAl2 NEXT 35 11 MEMBERS 4 types of courses available PAY AS $ 6 00 PER LOW AS MONTH r):-:-z-verz-----canmr:ATerr4nwx2mrzr3 1 AmagodiaJib640AAftt&If ii My Aching Head Belmont 6 - V ---------Freshmen l'' ' t y - t A k Vie Tonight 2" t' ' ( -- ( Vradenburg Paces - ‘ '---- r '''''N Rebs Past Bethel ' Lait lital 11 ti jr —AP Wimphoto Doug Moe North Carolina basketballer appears in intense pain se his own and dther hands press the ball down on his forehead No 44 helping in the process is South Carolina's Fred Lentz Moe was unhurt North Carolina won the game 62-50 IN BRIEFTrzamt70 (From Wire Services) It's magic number time for the St Louis Hawks of the National Basketball Association With 23 games remaining on the schedule the defending world champions need only a combination of six victories or Detroit defeats to clinch their third successive Western Division crown The Hawks romped to two weekend victories lengthening their lead to 17 games over the second-place Pistons Led by league scoring leader Bob Petitt who notched 40 points St Louis knocked off Detroit 130-96 Sunday after thumping third-place Minneapolis 120-96 Saturday Dolph Schayes pumped in 50 !points—two shy of Pettit's record this season—in a losing cause as Syracuse bowed to Boston's! Eastern Division leaders 139-137 Paul Arizin paced Philadelphia with 38 points as Philadelphia dumped New York 113-105 Min neapolis and Cincinnati were idle BASEBALL—The assault trial of I Cincinnati hurler Don Newcombe and his two brothers charged with beating an ex-Orange N J policeman was expected to go to the jury today Phillies have signed pitchers Jack Meyer Bob Conley and Eddie Keegan and outfielder 1 ! Don Landrum 14s Angeles first baseman Steve Bilk and hurler Stan Williams have agreed to 1959 terms Fans chipped in 1 Sunday to pay the 8200 fine levied against New York first baseman I Orlando CePeda for throwing a ball into the stands in a Puerto Rico winter loop game James A Campbell business manager since 1957 is a new vice-president 1 of Detroit Baltimore showed a -895169 profit for the '58 campaign Hank Greenberg ex-Cleveland general manager and his wife Carel have been divorced They were married 12 years and have three children The Eastern League will abolish its two-division split-season setup for 1'59 1 St Louis Cards have bought utility infielder Billy Harrell from 'Cleveland for an undisclosed sum GOLF—J Wolcott Brown won Sea Island Seniors title with a 151 for 36-hole tourney John W Rob erts Russell Ritter tied for second six strokes behind Mrs Marlene Stewart Streit teamed with Ann Casey Johnstone to win 14th annual Women's International Four-Ball tourney at Hollywood Fla AROUND AND ABOUT — Ken Bartholomew of Minneapolis re' gained his outdoor speed skating I title It was his 13th national title Brazil was awarded the World I Amateur basketball title by the International Basketball Federation after top-ranked Russia re fused to play Nationalist China in the final game of the tourney at i' Santiago Chile A four-round fiasco Sunday night caused California State Athletic Commission to hold up purses of Art Aragon i and ex-sparmate Charley Sawyer Referee Tommy Hart said "It was Just horseplay Sawyer got hit on the shoulder and went into his I elevator ace' Collier Given New Contract At Kentucky Lexington Ky—UP--The University of Kentucky has extended football coach Blanton Collier's contract another four years a n d named Howard Schnellenberger as assistant football coach Collier's contract which had two more years to go was extended until Feb 1 1965 He has compiled a 27-21-2 record since joining UK in 1951 We consider him to be one of the greatest coaches as the extension of this contract indicates" said university President Frank G Pickey "I am happy and grateful" Collier said No announcement was made of his salary Posiltd"" I I Golden Gloves i Opens Tonight - l The 27th annual Midstate Golden Gloves boxing tournament gets nil' der way at the Hippodrome tonight with 28 bouts on the card I I Some 120 boys representing IC teams are entered in the tourney 1 Lee Roy Overstreet the defending 160-pound Southern champion I will begin defending his crown tonight against Lee Wayne Rowlette of Murfreesboro in the feature match Torrid Pace As City Pin Meet Opens Don't be surprised if new records are set in every division of the 35th annual Men's City bowl log tournament that continues through the weekend at Downtown Lanes Even if new marks aren't forthcoming it'll take some sizzling rollingto top the totals already on the board in the meet Peewee Austin tops the singles with a 258-200-224-682 scratch and 717 handicap series Carl Miller (246-200-183-629) and 14-yearold Ray Ward (551) led doubles with a 1180-228-1408 handicap total and The Gizmoes head the team list with 2855-300-3155 Team competition ties up the Downtown alleys every night this week with the singles-doubles 1 windup set for Saturday and Sunday Austin barely missed a 700 scratch series Saturday afternoon in the leadoff shift Needing a 242 In his singles final he twice tapped the 10-pin after stringing together four strikes Re also had a183-183- 183 triplicate in doubles SINGLES Peewee Austin 238-200-221-682 handicap)t Jack White 212-204-230-446 (00 handless) Ray Ward 100-223419— 562 (686 handicap) DOUBLES Carl Miller (629) and Millar (531) 180428-1108: Les Harris and Reddy Story 1222 Robert lanes and Al Grahek 1262 - TEAMS Gismees 2835-300-3153 Tennessee Central Railway 3110 Rana Laboratory itto Turley Daniel Get Honors At N Y Dinner New York — UP) — Pitcher Bob Turley of the New York Yankees was honored Sunday night 8-1 1958 "Player of the Year" at the annual dinner of the New York chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association Turley who won 21 games in the regular season and then starred in the Yanks World Series victory received the Sid Mercer Award Sports writer Dan Daniel of the New York World Telegram and Sun was given the Bill Slocum plaque for "long and meritorious service" Daniel has been covering baseball for 50 years Among the speakers at the 36th annual affair were Francis Cardinal Spellman Joe Cronin newly-elected president of the American League Fred Haney manager of the Milwaukee Braves and Casey Stengel manager of the New York Yankees Pete Cooper Victor Panama-- CO--Pete Cooper the veteran pro from Lakeland Fla held the top prize in the $10000 Panama Open golf tournament today after whacking 14 strokes away from par during four rounds over the Panama Golf Club Course Belmont College goes against 1 Vanderbilt's freshman team tonight at 6:15 after showing one of its top -performances of the season Saturday night in stopping Bethel 97-91 on the 'Cats home floor In McKenzie Tonight's tilt is a preliminary to the Vanderbilt-Alabama clash If the Rebels follow the Pattern of their last few games the Commodore frosh's big problem will be VSAC Standings WESTERN DIVISION Cont AU Games Team 'W L W L Austin Pear —A I 7 David Lipscomb 4 2 9 8 Bethel 4 7 Union lit 9 Belmont 2 - 4 I 8 LT Martin Branch 2 4 & It EASTERN DIVISION Cone AU Games Team 'W L Vi L Linen In Memorial ''7 111 13 5 Carson-Newman S t 10 Tuseulum - Milligan 5 4 7 Tenn Wesleyan 2 A 6 ll King SI ' 7 : 8 t MATVRAL 11‘ 61104 1700 Sth Ave So AL 4-3454 004W0Wft''V00W00 stopping Jerry Vradenburg The burly forward continued his hot streak against Bethel as he racked up 33 points He got off to a slow start this season because of an injury but has been one of the hottest scar in the Volunteer State Athletic Conference over the past two weeks Bethel showed a real hot-shot of Its own in Lavern Garner who dumped in 41 points but his superb performance wasn't enough to match the Rebs' balanced scoring Jimmy Ringstaff and Cliff McClendon backed Vradenburg with 16 points each while teammates Darriel Johnson and Eddie Greer collected 12 and 14 points respectively BISCMS Prep For CBC After Downing Florence David Lipscomb's Bisons started drills today in pointing for their homecoming engagement against capable Christian Brothers College Saturday night in McQuiddy Gymnasium The Bisons are fresh from an 87-77 triumph over Florence State Saturday night the ninth win of the season for Coach Charlie Morris' charges Lipscomb's attack was as well-balanced as it has been all season with five men scoring in double figures Kerry McClain paced the offense with 15 points Bob Sayle and Larry Petersen had 13 apiece Leroy Yokeley had 12 and Ken Metcalf 11 The Bisons see no more Volunteer State Athletic Conference action until Feb 12 when they lock horns with Union University in Jackson CAREFUL! 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Free Estimates! 4' - NO DOWN PAYMENT 36 Months to Pay THE NASHVILLE BANNER' MOM PeI Z I9S9-41 23 Ms7411 ch's Jim J1-1(tgetrt Gets ikage From Foul Sh Coolievllle — Least publicized of the accomplishments of Tennessee Tech's 6:9 junior center Jim Hagan is his remarkable accuracy at the free throw line ' Big Jim set a new Tech record of 82 consecutive conversions vet a three-game span Saturday: 10 for 10 against Eastern Kentucky the same card in the first game against Dist Tennessee State then eight straight before missing one In a second East Tennessee game But that is only the beginning of the story Over Tech's last seven games he has hit 55 of 59 attempts (932 per cent and for the entire season he has hit 162 of 190 tries or 853 per cant) In the most recent NCAB statistical report Hagan ranked 200 in the nation in free throws on an 838 percentage He is probably around the 15th rank currently This brilliant free throw record however is not the principal cause of his season-long rank within the top five of the nation's scorers His 162 free throws represent only 306 per cent of his total of 530 points in 18 games Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati the nation's top scorer has made 332 per cent of his points on free tosses - (through f14 games) Bai ly Howell of Mississippi State second highest col er until Memphis State limited him to 10 points last week has 343 per cent on free tosses (16 games) and Marshall's Leo Byrd third in the nation has OVC Standings Conference All Games W L Pet W L Pet E Ky 5 1 334 I 4 667 W Ky 4 I 667 8 7 533 Tenn T 4 3 571 12 8 667 Mhead $ 500 7 8 538 Murray 3 406 8 476 E Xy 5 1 1134 4 64371 W Ky 4 I 64i7 8 7 5331 Tenn T 4 3 571 12 8 367 Mhead $ 500 7 53111 Murray 3 408 8 ft 478 Tenn 2 5 233 7 7 58a Mid Tens 1 4 208 I 11 352i 317 per cent of his points for free (14 games) In view of the fact that Hagan's free throw accuracy of 853 per cent is higher than that recorded by the NCAB for any of the other top tour scorer it is evident that he actually goes to the charity line less frequently (in relation to his total points) than any cf the other members of the Big Four ' Be sure your car is ready for winter with a RADIATOR CHECKUP Let our experts check your radiator and hose connections for winter driving You'll save on anti-freeze busted blocks and costly repairs Have your car checked today and be sure Dozier & Parker Radiator Sere 114 13th Ave N A É HOLLAND Mgr AL 5-1259 P itiv When it's time to order coal phone St Bernard! We offer you a complete line of high-grade trademarked coals at lowest market prices with a large fleet of trucks to give you prompt service ALpine 6-3101 r ST BERNARD COAL COMPANY "From our own mines direct to you since 1870" -' 7: -- -4 A' A V " " A 14 ' - ! 1 1 sligh Somewh down a rum 1 for Cincinni !! I nformal captain gavo "We wig s team and co Silence Minutes "I wish team boon bail team" - In the c the Univers broke into o ':05MAIORMST - - ' — '— —' 1 1 '''' 4 44 ' - ' ' ' r t A g Belmont 6 - THE NASHVILLE BANNER' Mom Feb 2 19S9—rsi 23 - On M y chin Head Lluimunt V -v s 4— LzatLar00011:1 A : ationallystRanke N Jim Hagan Gets liDig1 s 4 !)'-e s 4--s Freshmen hmen il Tech 7- -Irv- Ar-v ill k “ yr k " or I G A kIL 4 v :414t k s 4 1 1 k L4 1 1 V ra d e nb urg aces P Tonight l the accomplishments of Tennes Coolieville — Least publicized of : r F oul Shots :I Vie T oni g Mileage From eorgetown j r : n Cl ash Tonight 1 -) f317 pos caemnteso)f is points for top tour scorers it ta evident that he actually goes to the charity' ' " se 4 ': '' ''''''''' 4 ' '‘ ( - - re 0 In view of the fact that Hagan's line less frequently (in relation Tennessee Add State galloping p o i n t rout of highly regarded see Tech's 6:9 junior center Jim tree throw accuracy of 853 per to his total points) than any of 1)asketballers face one r of their 1-03t1i8vil - f Rebs Past Bethel Hagan is his remarkable accuracy cent is higher than that recorded the other members of the Big- I i Heading the Georgetown cast is it' kt - at the free throw line by the NCAB for any of the other Pour t - sternest tests of the season to- 8:4 sophomore Corky Withrow - ' --- ' Big Jim set a new Tech record s sigh hosting rugged Georgetown (233-point average) and all-NAIA V Belmont College goes against 1KY) in a battle of nationally- guard Charley Grote (20-point '- ( Tia' '''''- ' '" niagnndterabtlit ' s fsh6:15reaftmeran 8 thein to- f odw I ng o 82 consecutive conversions rove) a -11R e Sure your car is tanked :teams Opening tipoff is man)- -- ) 10 ' I fo one of its top performances of three game span Saturday: 10 le ---11- B r 10 against Eastern Kentucky 00metwo ready for winter with a I 4 044- set for 7:30 o'clock at the Little Add goes Into action after an " a 5 C r ' the season Saturday night in atop- the same card in the first game Garden o ' - - 11-day layoff McLendon the rest will help in the drive to figures ' I ping Bethel 97-91 on McKenzie the 'Cats against Dist Tennessee State then ' - ' CHECKUP 4 A puts a 28-game winning the wre - ! i - home floor in eight straight before missing one f -- - - - '-f" 411140' ' ' 4 4 ' ' i's tilt is to id Et T A stroak on tha line against the in only six more games for an fe' 1 the Vanderbilt-Alabama clash But that is only the beginning I dd i with ASA needing wins k -- Tonght s a pre n a second as Tennessee game t Let our experts check your radiator and '' 7 ' - ' "'4 9 - ' ' Kentuckians who have quite s undefeated regular -season record '' If the Rebels follow the Pattern of the story Over Tech last hose connections for winter driving t !'tk Such a performance would as '4( k ' ' 4 -44' $ - of their last few games the Corn seven games he has hit 55 of 59 r"-ierN4astop You 'II save on anti-freeze busted blocks --repua at rough rebounders sure the Tigers an at large berth I modore tibn and costly repairs Have your car check- 's h dol te d e - P - lAtil currently leads the UPI in the NASA National tourney in frosh big problem will be attempts (932 per cent and for the entire season he has hit 162 i — ' ed today and be sure - 4 smallzollege r a n k i n g 1 while Kansas City which they've won s : 4( '' - ' A '4 of 190 tries or 853 per cant) - m e 1 - - t"'" most e AB Getirgetown is fifth the last two years VSAC Standings In the mo cent NC AB r r eta- 0 r Little All-American Dick 18 j ' ' ''I WESTERN DIVISION tistical report Hagan ranked 20th Only three times this "as" th Barnett paces e Add run run at- 1 t ' l All Games in the nation in free throws on basi e the rolling up a f e 'Tigers been extended tack He's got y i d a 2875-point aver- 4k oft 1 Team 'W L I it W 1 an 838 percentage He is probably 13oztieh Ave ( ParI Ker I Kaulaltor ft ber g ) whle 20-game streak il ' a 4 N A e M ''S'tin Pea ti Cont 1 ound the 15th rank currently - -- 1 14 ' ' HOLLANDgr AL 5- 1 259 m age ollowd b senor guar John Aus David sli 4 S 9 8 4 At hoe sin rDecember they edged Barnhill (165) and frosh guard Lineom This brilliant free throw record Kentucky 'State (74-71) Porter Meriwether 111 and they Bethel I : 1: I n 7 however is not the principal cause ' wever 5) Union — eked 'tut decisions at Lincoln Mo ' 41 Delmont 2 4 2 1! of se - his ason long rank wn' (108-104) and in the Georgia Invite- After tonight Add has only one 1) 1'1 Martin °ranch l g ' the top five of the nation's scor- - ' DEPEI111)1113LE home game on the schedule Lin- tional tourney against Florida I cm- -h 4-41 1 at ''' -44(S - - ' ' 1 t 1 EASTERN DIVISION PI'S Mill 1g2 fro& thlontun Ant lilt decisions at Lincoln Mo - Belmont 2 4 2 1! of his season-long rank within -"- DE n 104) and in the Georgia Invite- After tonight Add has only one a?) ii I la Martin °ranch 4 4 the top five of the nation's scot W - E:1E1111:11113 - home game on the schedule Lin- ) — ' EASTERN DIVISION ' era His 162 free throws represent - --A-- LI tourney against Florida ' 4 waver Team ' io coin (Mo ) here Feb 21st '- " li 1 only 306 per cent of his total of 4 so c I 00-87) ' ilisb 'Z'311 il ' wcn Auw 530 points in 18 games 41 - Ilit oil 4 on't figure we'll win this In a 0 ' ''' '' ' re"- ASLI coach Johnny Mc- Bowie Opens Saturday — AP Wleephotft tiaereesol:NMewemmearnlal Ta ft liS 1 Oscar Robertson of Cincin- ' i Ion said warily "I've scouted Doug Moe North Carolina basketballer appears intense pain Tuseulum 4 8 - 12 4 nati made 332 per cent of his points the nation's top scorer has 7 'Ketown myself and they've Baltimore—UP) —Bowie opens a as his Own and dther hands press the ban 11 down on his fore- 41eintiollsillvokiiio-": : L Pk DEE3E1111)11E3LE the men to take us without 44-day meeting Saturday launch- King 71 7 I 8 On free tosses - (through ' 14 trouble" The kentucky quint Ing major racing In the East at -head No 44 e ping in e h I the process is South Carolina's Fred games) Beily Howell of Missis- IL 4i1114 rline plane had rolled r has een one of the hottest scar- a 45-3 record including a 14- the earlieet date in its history Lents Moe was unhurt North Carolina won the game 62-50 sippi State second highest scor- "" ill II A sElsivin er until Memphis State limited '''v ) ' stopping Jerry Vradenburg The him to 10 points last week has ik MIMPMr2MVZWSMNIIMIMSITZ ZZZONVATMVX17-0 ofit-brp0r0 ritT Ira Emir ' 11 spa we prZZ-'727123r Lilt A 3 juj jupittiriA:rf azrza:::7 0 burly forward continued his hot 343 --------— : and Marshall's Leo I pligh tt rrorwtompounuAed 0 lt 0 sutpre3a3k paogianitns games) Bethel as be racked per cent on free tosses (la A A When it's time to order coal de ' Hs got off to a slow start this Byrd third in the nation has it 114""'m : p Aowwwt""owkoo4""" ()VC Standings t 'I 1 phone St Bernard! We offer - k k k season because of an injury but i-1111--An airline ' ' St Louis Nee )wn a runway at Chicago's Midway Airport today and took off k ''- ici b ) ors in the Volunteer State Ath- a large fleet of trucks to give you prompt service 1r Cincinnati Conference All Games grade trademarked coals you weuloacscPtmmPlaertkeet prices thhwigih- Somewhere Over illinos- 1 - icinnai 111 I - - 0 I tc Conference over the past I Pet 343 per cent on free tosses (16 — When it's time to order coal ae ) k :: ' - - - - 1mAL A J axe LA TI JLI A Wai-4044""W44-e44r0 etreak against z etnei a s ne racaeo -g1:-ik:41Ai:r1e71- up 33 points ' : ' :' games) Land Marshall's r Leo MPOUnded ilil:---' : - H ' - ' ' 0 g t " slow B third in the nation has : t4 ‘: ' ' ' ' ' ' - k seaHsonllecatfu::cliflatr start this yrd injury but- 0‘0ioone1 ' phone' St' Bernard! ' We alley : :' : 6 has been one of the hottest scar- OVC Standings An 'airline piano bad rolled ):i: ' : : LO u I s ee s ers in the Volunteer State Ath- grade trademarked co'a'f'sYa°tuloawecsc'tmmPlaertkeettinperic°4hwilhth- y Airport today and took off k' :li ' a - : - : g letic Conference over the past 'Conference All 'Games a large fleet of trucks to give you'pro:mpteervice - - g - -:-' - - - - ' ''' - - - p - ' 1 I Pet W I Pet AL : --7 :7 ' -: - pine-: 6-3101 -t - :: - : ':-s lams were aboard the plans igt : - - - - :' ' two weeks W -t- p Bethel showed a'real hot-shot of K Itr' a 1 a14 e 4 ‘6371 - : sr the public address system 1 i: : :rsity of Kentucky basketball J: - :- pwebrbn w' KY a 'T''' 1 : 13 I! 11 slit - ctory last night?' : ' Lap ovi ne tar n but rhni se rs u Itel ene 2 2 :500 i 2 :532! a 0 0 (111 m°pwe dn I ni n41 a s voice ''' ' ' ' 1870" orsight but we have another 1 ST - BERNARD ' COAL' COMPANY performance wasn ' ' 1 n y Ix' ins 't enough to Murray starirearn: - s s !ss f :14: :aptain'' again 13(')om'ed :5 'iii ' ' ' ' ' match the Rebel' balaneedifiliefri311! :lire! eau :'::: 1 : :'7iig :11 :aszi L - From our own Mtnel direct to you since 7 ' 4 : 't: Jimmy Itingstatci a Cliff with iversity of Arkanaas basket- F:ii 1 i or 'vision It e-7 '''61endooinntsbaecakceh l while mates ra from Xavier University and ' i team g :4 m:x-!it!u:u:--3z-Kism: i I 'ii I Dair Johnson and Eddie Greer I collected 12 and 14 points respec- passengers in the plane— Priel 'kli-Lr ':'!'? s?0MAi::0::!'O:PiV-14iC:gli: A (From Wire Services) )t1 - - - :-:? :'4::is?:lte A':-:::-ii:':-!'ir1--:::-L::-i : ' tively '- '- ' ' ' :::4:'''''''' : '''E'i::A:::iP''-:1 :d::?M:i?':ItillA4 :----- :1d::i 4:i::iiifp5-:4 ' It's magic number time for the St Louis Hawks of the National f - : - '03: JoX:0:0:'-:' - -ey-- ::::::::::::::!:i::if:ix:i : 77W"MW:77447:7727‘'17542 Basketball Association Bisons Prep For CBC With 23 games remaining on the schedule --------- -----------'-'''''''- zglieMaie:' 7 the defending orld w - - t:::1'::::::-:- 0 p 11-' -: - champions need only a combination of six victories or Detroit de- After Downing Florence -- :::: - ::::i -- - 44i: :::::::::::::: 14 feats to clinch their third successive Western Division crown ' --V :Ategm' i': - - Ititi'')":i 1 :' ' ( 'i vi Lipscomb Bisons started 's -: '-- x: ? ' '' ' --4 I 'IA vn Dad d's økN ' 1 The Hawks romped 'to two drills today in pointing for their - '-4:-''' '::-Ii:fi:i0-:::: ' ': mELLow ri:446::::ia:ii i::‘ 1 : : : weekend victories lengthening homecoming engagement againet : r 1 ' '' 1:: ::::?i:i:A:'i:: : 1 Vt V k ' ': ' 9 : vet -- 7100f their lead to 17 games over the a - ----s -::::::'- : :::' A : - ' capable Christian Brothers College ) IF 67' i second-place Pistons Led - by Saturday night In McQuiddy Gym Torrid Pace : -- - - As :: :i:-"- -'::-: :c l'4' : league scoring- leader Bob Petitt ' nasium i ::::s:$- ( -:s 14pol t r : l 3 ! are 1 who notched 40 points St Louis -- - ldtio:yockaileroffthOuerftrp?nitil gi9r6dplaucnt -As City Pin The Bisone are fresh from an 411 P-4: fiAAdA'rk:' - -: :11 q ': gl ' points—to shy of P Eastern Division leaders 139-137 Don t be surprised if new rec- Minneapolis 120-96 Saturday 1 Dolph Schayes pumped in 50 - I wettit's record 1 this season—in a losing causp - ' I Paul ' Arista paced Philadelphia ords are set in every division of 8S7grIralyumni?ghlilt3 vetfieFnic)irnettillce:ntaotef - 11 ' - ktirw0 :-a ''-: E:-!4z1 A : the season for Coach Charlie Mor- ris' charges twi gli iuh: :Ise :5 i ov me Kb me' sr er ynattack lgi ' : i4 4474!:!:::4:::::::: : 4Axcm57::!y:v-tM::::z::!-:::!::fM::!'!!":W:f7f:'-!::':::1:i:: !:7:::::::::li::Z:-:::::'W::::"-::0::i-:::::I::-::i:5:p7::-e:::igric:::::!1 - vv : - 1n) 111 eet Opens t e as - Syracuse bowed to Boston Ei balanced as it has been all season :f-:-:::--i-:i:-ii'-'i:::::':i:-:::--::::--?-i:-:: -7 -:J::::::-:-:!:-::-::z:-i:- scorilawiriaziacedaswtellil: ::::-::':::::::::::1:::ii::ls:-' '"'::::::'::::-:::1:ii:::::::::::::1:::::::::'::::::::':':1::i::- ng In double ::r-:'::i':Pi::::-1:i!:MZ:::4-A::'::!'0:::::N::A:ii:::i'---:':' ' ::-:::-:- -:::::':::':':::'A:':i:::'':::T::::':i'::::':-::-:'4::':r--::':'::::::': '16: 1 ' 0 I - - i7'4'"7""""" with 38 points as Philadelphia the 35th annual Men's City howl- dumped New York 113-105 Min- trig tournament that continues neapolis and Cincinnati were idle through the weekend at Downtown Leroy offense with 15 points Bob Save iii::::::--:::::i:::::-i::-:::-:::-:-::i:::-:-:::::::-:- ttvi:e -::::-:::::::::::-i--i:::--:---::::-::::::::? : i and Larry Petersen had 13 apiece' :':'-'-r''ii--:::i-2::::::-i:-:':---'"-::-'-:4'-':1'20::::':i: ''': :-:--:::'1 ::':iii::::4::'i''i'::-W:n:':::::-::iC::::::::::::':''i' 6- ' Yokeley had 12 and Ken 1:::-::-::::::iR:::i:-::0:::::i::-::::-1::::-- :ig::i-F-:ii:::'g:F:-0::i!-:::-:mw--:xi-i's::i - 10 i LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Lanes - Metcalf 11 teeTrheStBatiesclAngthsteeteionZomnf°:reenVoe°11oultene-- " ::':::!'!::1::::ii:11'il'!:::i::1:1!::1::::::!::::11::Iii:!::1!::!::iii'il::i:1:1''111111''ililIII:111:ri::::: ':-:1 S beating an ex Orange N J police board in the meet horn ith Union University 1 (:)1:'::!::::::S1::1:::li!:11:11::::!1::'!::::::::-::1'ii:::!:1:11:::::i1'!:1::::i:::1:!:'::?!:::::::111:i:::::::1:::1::11:::ri ' ::fij'e I '':f'''' BASEBALL—The assault trial of Even if new marks aren't forth- :NDAILE SERVICE - Cincinnati hurler Don Newcombe coming it'll take some sizzling roll- HURCH AL 5-567$ and his two brothers charged with ingto top the totals already on the tion until Feb 12 when they n k '-i4'::i- ) :-:i::' :L::ii-:: ?: :t:-: -: :i:: t '- - s w I -: :i':'':::'-:!Ml----- : :::i:- :!::-:i?::-:?::i:: ::: A4: ::'k: i:'''::::'::i::i: a :: Z:g:::ia::::::ii::: : M::::::'::' f i G'"---40"-"' man was expected to go to the Jackson -' : ' ' - ' - '' ' -::::::::i'ti-:'' : : '-''' :'-'-':': '''''''::::i:'-:::-'::-:':M::: :::1 43::0 : -:::- : :i:gP::':::'VA:':ii''50:':M: '::''1 '-- Jury today Phillies hae signed ith a 258-200-224-682 scratch and 4- - j : v Peewee Austin tops the singles ':?:i:--- : 2m) : w 1111111JIMIMIBIBB1111111110 11't4::-:- ' 'pitchers Jack Meyer Bob Conley ii'-::- -is':'-:B::::-'I !!'4 '2r:-''-::1::: 4:0::lis:3:::k:0'i:6i--S:Vi'':'1':''iti:'::'A:X:i'? 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