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I. f V 1 r v. r Making a point l. "r 1 V - -LI ' Wesleyan 7th in CCIW track; North Central claims crown Up wufrxj f." ., ! and J-t ifTJ Nu-i'ljtu .r 1 V (! Oil.tt l'.4 !rfrl IH.n-H .il t.ilr ('.irlwK'' i-rrl SI f l!url ptit. Tlr rrnuir,rr .f iht itit !rin field far Uk puiMi aiur thtrr tit frr.H FrMl.i. m-jrrd II nfr Saturday l lfal 17 a fr!!h j!e finish tttIran hm ni iihIivkIomI i ..iiiki Westen joins Western staff as line coach M.U OMH l'.rtUe C Ur li ii. foniwr hsm.hI.hiI IkUII -Mh ai Hk CnlvrrMly of IUiikhs. lm- Ix " tuuv nffcRnive'liiif nh and iisirl rrfw Jon iiilruil"r m Ur,(rn Illinois l.'nnrrMly. l iiiimrtimitl May t Gil lYIfrvm. U M' lin-rlir t-f ilili in s iTsfurtwl aiiMit I!Iiih.is lu;li -lin.l roncbts ainl ttill. I"' l..nll lio a (,'rr.il rtcruilcr l-r tis . ti ! i knowlfdg should 1 rv -1 f- 1 1 for ur pmRnirn hrrr n Ucsiim ' .Sen-Inn a- ! "Kililin "'"i s freshman folljiill rmich i" 'Mfl f'.K In- iiMrtt-d lo Hie varsity posilioii in 1970 Ik' Mnitl iin 'iirlit'r Mini as mi Illinois fn-sliin.iii fooib.ill a.ssisl.ini from l:86l The ihw Wcslirn Illinois' t-oach is RciH'rully m-dili'd wilh rrstnrmn Rockford West's football tt'ain.1 to state prominence. His first team, as head coach, had a 2-6-1 record in I Ml. hut his four succeeding squads compiled winning marks. Tie l!W4 and I9fi.) Wesfcn teams won conference crowns, including an lUideleated slate in. I1IC.4. through nine Rames His over all West record was MO 12-3. Lincoln drops Urbana twice Lit BAN A il'NSi - Lincoln rallied lor .mix runs in the top of the .seventh to drop L'rbana. 0-3. and then scored a t l triumph behind the pitching of Mike Swingle for a Big 12 Conference doubleheader sweep Saturday. The victories gave Lincoln a HM final conference record and kept the Ilail.split-ters' title hopes alive. Bloomington is 9-3 and Mattoon is 9-4. Four walks and one hit batter lielx;d Lincoln rally in the opener.' Don McLaughlin delivered a bases-loaded Single and John Andrews a bases-loaded double lor two runs-batted-in each. 'Swingle scattered six hits in the nightcap to improve his season mark In 3-3. FIRST GAME Lincoln Urbana 0(10 003 000 000 4 1 - - 3 ; McLaughlin and Smith; Dilley, .Johnson i7). Ilirsey (7 and Van Tyne. SECOND GAME Jjincoln Urbana 010 000 210 010 ... 4 - 1 0 1 ; Swingle and Smitii; Johnson, Jlebcge j('6 and Van Tyne. LAWN BOY . . . V M IASY SY vb r"'jV TfRMSI I 4)A4l.l4' ! MbibvH l Cl" I'liinf nihil . It" 'I. 0WW Hi tw Iwoil.iy inert but lunl t l'"' luixn r .n n brigtil rt l4inlr Mod Kmnk lubula ! .nu..,. wi n li!h tim-l in 119 arcoiid m !!' IJtyurd high luird!i-s lut ltin.il arU H,iIhjU firM ltu Ilium g.irtrrrd a lowrtli l.m-liiu-ti In Ihr rifrd dash ml tlunl in !hi rm .,r Urslcyn He a ! "iit Ti'.in !i pbn c in lii'nr Ih. in i ni l.nk Milt'i w.i Ixortli m U.i '( m!i mi Ii.i!i huih W i--It v JlM .u nl,i l .id ! -4 .1 Mill. Vi lunula urn- lilol.cti III 'l.i !li!it llli.il 1-Vl'llH Ifl'LiV but llil lH ill s.itunl.iy s ii lion rth t'Mitr.d i ft Ih-llct io nd !! :::.'! . i id run in I '4 I to sh.itti r tlie -ld in. uk of I Viii s t in l'i l CiHlugf s l Stielrl nil ImiI in liv Tun i ii.ii lin k of ('arthai;e An'iistaiM's Cary llohd.ty winl II In l .mil 3i inches lor ,i re ord breaking i'!b.rt in the pole aull .lay UcNxlard of ('.hi oil plarcd MiiHitl to Holiday and .tl-i, rli . in i Ibr pn urns record height Wesleyan ties for fourth in conference golf KKNOMIA I Mending chainpuHi Illinois Wesleyan tell to a fourth place fie with Auguslana in tin College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (iolf I'ohif fJiihh l"Oll l Norllt ltiilll. 611, Millikin. US. MllnuK. ('.lVrtn, SI; Anguiln. Vli i nrlhrtor, iso. FiiTihuril, MO) W'iMton, 'Ji Norlh Purl-, oi Tournaiiu'iit at the Bristol Oaks Country Club here Sal unlay. Carroll won the two-day tournament with a lilfi total. The Titans totaled Iu2 strokes Khiihursl's Craig Arends was the medalist with a .'HJ-hole total of Mil on the par 72 course. Wesleyan's Tony Keller, who was two over par for the last 27 holes he played, placed sixth with an B3-73-1.rfi. .Bill. Karrar was 83-80-103, Jim' Chivell, 81-85-l(i(l: and Tom Slewart, HI 84108 for the Titans. Indiana State nips Redbird netters The Indiana Slate University tennis learn won all the doubles matches and defeated Illinois Stale in a 'dual tennis meet at Illinois Stale Saturday, 5-4. SINGLES M.irk Rrtlh (III. Slfllr) clolrMtnd Roufr Convrnt tlnd. SlfllBI. 6 4, 16, 6 1. Drtii Hlqq (Mid. SI.iIb) (If'eHlfd Wayn Johnson (III. M.itr'), 6-:i, 6 2. .. , Jim Musnidvc (III. Slntn) dalenlrd Mrtx Pnkorny llnd. Sl.ili'l, 6 4. J-6. i. Mlki Kublpld (Ind. Slrtte) dele.HBd John Nolan (Ml. Sl.ih.l, t-b. 46. 6 2. , ., M Mall Wspq (III. Sldli'l di"li-nlid Cprug Benls (Ind Sl.ilcl, 6 ?. 6 0. t . M.irk Suilor (III. Slnlcl dlii(iled ijury bmllh (Ind. M.ili'), 6 1, 6-4. . OOUBLES Convprso Kubleld (Ind. hltitc) delciiled Musgmvt H.ilh (III. St.ilnl, 6-0, 7-J. j ,.; BiagChris Palmer (Ind. Sl.ilc) deletiled Weea Nuln (III. Slflle), 4-3, 6 ?. . t bmith-Pokornv (Ind. Slate) dtfealcd Johnson-Ron OeVrles (III. Stale). 4-4. 4-4, 4-4. X After the Rains! Starts Quicker! Mows Easier! vial fcwiijjwi '1 -J - a 1 '-x , : . f , .i , ) ' ' t , (."; U ? I 1 La-1 r ''.-. 1 i . a. . '.idf cch Rad Bsjtlor I Ml I Jv Knm. map at HaKk Sd'm laufJr (rtvav HSU PMat I UII"; il.ird ! H ifHi.nl I.i't .it North (VnUrtl '.-Ht lrnM Ijim in It X 7 in tl.ri-r-miti nu to irr;ik mark 4 II II 2 l Hi l!M t Al I n nrr f Augu -Un.i ttafwabAf inuin iw... It Hfiri 14 " (ii'i t 'r ! f "fcv,i. S V.O'r l 1 K . C o' tc D't f A M I. I Vl. Ilil t I if)" (i ' . ! (- (fmwi Oi,,H i tl n ',' .i I i.'ir.it tHn , I Vf. 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IAuuutAnil; 7 iaiiau iNo'lh Itni.Aii. j Ma (W.i:.mnu 4 MA.wn IWAiAnlj . b'Al (rrlhAqi-. T'rrA' Ji t Ih'rAni.lr fun I HAife'l IN.i.l" CAnlrll( 7 Kr.nA iNo.in Cn"All; 1 Wnw ( Aunuiitr . 4 i'.r i(.i.H'.i, 4 Olonit. (AugutUnAP. Iiim 't 1i I IttKO'dl '. .r i.'.Ar I AuuutlAn; J VilliKn, ) VVfAtOo; iy.ll trnl.Al. S I a.idaua T.rnr J li f rmiiAvt rfiuits ,' l uiil I .1'inkl II ImHinli, J (li.nlA.nAn (A'lO'li, 1 rVfiufl IrVlWAlonl: 4 Sc. "Ar INO'th n.l'A'l. tlwniAllA IV.ll.nni L'nmr SO It 4 in jAvr.m' I JakXj I AouiiM.ir.AI, ? VIAIA I ...IhAun. J V.lolAf IAleA"l, 4. Wf.uhf A.M-AllMII, 1 ictlA'". (tA'tAl 0.t"tt IM t I . iuniu-1. Smith (No' in (fnlrl); 1 JV I" A.i.iust.i"nl. 1 Hutri l F Imrtiirtt ii 4. M""Kluut I .I.AAllint, (.'.ait (I ImLursli ()'tAIK. It. I Wesleyan duo second in CCIW tennis KKNOSIIA The Illinois Wesleyan Nit I douhles team of Itoer Ashcroft and Tom Kaszynski took second place in I'oiuf liilih AuuoiIaiia, IJ'i Wllt-aton, I.I, Mllllkl", . ( Arroll. Carlliago, S'; I Imhurst, i' i. Illlnni. Witvn, V f, North Cntrl, 1; North Park, 0 the College Conlerenee of Illinois and Wisconsin Tennis Tournament at Carthage College Saturday. Auguslana won the meet with 134 points. The Titans had 2'a points for seventh place. Ashcroft and Kaszynski reached the finals hy upsetting last year's top team of John Mordhorst and Bob Ilotle of Aiifjustnna, 6-3, 7-5 in the semifinals. In the finals, (he Titans lost to W'hea-lon's John Mess and Carl Westhcrg, 3-0. 0-0 and 0-1. I less was also the No, 1 singles champion. b) Penneys Service Foremost Premium brake service E Air Am fl. kO.hiSiiKrtl Ae rtnli p uiui3 u w iQvivio0 win Disk brake service Ll rcoiiiniiOQjo Automotive 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. PiwKgripri CI Bl04)mir9tOfV Nrmt, HL Sun . My ISU football scrimmage disappointing to coach ll nat ti m Uauti-'ul (Jay )m Ct!d Arr ttt AtrwTurf fnitf l lljmtn k .vhum IUI Ma!n I-U! co h larry (.!H' Wl dl!fr54J, day. U4 pritH,H i t' iifiKl cunmimi iif.er hi RcdUftli UtUtrttl thnw.-h a ttbour urnmnuifo list 11 lv tri U-an lUlft-t tj4 " I'm r4 l'jt U tim it.r." luuxm mhJ il r ef-I.rt. V.r n uM le U!VT rit rrk. t-4 e ml U M lie j irftrrrfiS In lL" 4xual aJ tthj! Ui!rs4juad JM. tdnJulfJ (4r 7 30 p tn. Saturday. He t.ai fvrry rratufi la U!ire Ur r1nfiJ tll be harj-T. Af.er all. r miujhI miwrd lour trslU djji U k artir H'if lo je!rrday' tirloot With runtjjwKxj rl talbrr, UU tll laf JiKir nwre pfrtr amim unlrr l! lirll lirlure H rmj; Tiffi lh Moft of U e jiliudiU f jf wi!urd' frt l lt drfrtlw UfUU. fckh l flJ IM' Vii at bay mtrh rf U fide lH-!fr.Mvr UnkfirlJ nwrh Orry Ihfl !tifr-d by tl-e rtotinurd lire t,U v ! nU Amly iMjnn M USdil' I'ini ftul Tl KubmAi ( IKSa. U hd Imo ( ihe !$ jn-rlonnancei In 0 ilir rrlr an.il l USalie a nffk S llr atvi a pleaded with .Vt l.irlm;i a r( Aumra lMarml" la hi drfcnut bjckfickl aad Toby .Mcert ti Kltin iSl. lilwanM al tackle. Weekly Trairk DDoiior HHoll itka. .. 0 ft A 1 H.aI Cami'l. a 4 a Kii. Nlll, AU '' '('' JTA0 OAtM 1 L.aA r.lrfH. JA fa SlA".'d .'..A . J 4 A, lA" AWA Mill. H . 1 AH Va'C-a M4-t'iAA jr ..o--AI tr1l',''' V gin, HwAI (AU"' ti t'pATA AA-tw"- wwon l i . r.Avin. A'aa 1'aioa'. ioo"g' it Iaa. M.VA0fUN e. 1.1 I Va'llA Va.IO. B 0Om.rI-O" I tut-J. m aian. VAWO C'l ly. B'Vif . U'i.vA lr M 9 ) 0) 1'IA. Ooir.'B" j 01 0 -ia.i rA. ( bxi" C'. M. H ab-aI (omwli miii auN 4 M J J m B'aa. Vawi C.t 4 j Oaa S.a. Liw"1" i ). ft ck ShA, fco1on 4 rft-fd tJo'pi. fomal tcnnmmir 4 4S BWA ftH. U"lvA'.t 14 ah 4 4tJ.m K Won TWOMILI RUN 4 4- J'm Ay. MOloo t SS r-OAA SIa. llntoi '.4 d Bwooiph. Normal Cm"1U"l'l' 10 0' 4- Hob IrAlrqAr. Bloom. nloo 10 II - J m Hiaaa. Vaaao C'' 10 14 -- Ii'4 Arnold Mar'O" HTA0 10 HUaOLII 0 - Oan .coniiotl. Morwi I 0 -Ja 1-ivhAr, Boanona 6"oi Stv4 Si'a per. LOIK)ln.A'AhhurH Jl l- Br ao Wicir, Wooil!n 'IJ-Va'K Moa. fl Paoi aooff omm', Ch.no ,M vA0 MIOM MUtOLtl IS?-Oarrtii IVa, Fitr II VlUn lord. WAOAllA ISI-fnr M.toman, aoo4)ri.havili4j Gary SMrltr, Marlor9 trndATi jifKirk Htnrv, La Rov . . t lAAlkiAwA SrlvuoAr. I (TAPOinl Aaihbum I Jar filLbtr, Roanok4Bnnl Monta Vonr, Matamor MIL! RiLAY j 17 1 -Morton ISiott Inoram, iill Htubacn, am Anio, Dava KannliuM) , 1 J3 i 1 -Normal Community (Bruca Jontfc ICaith MoDAiorn, Vine Canter. Wavn WcCuan) J Jt 4-Bloom.nuton (BoO Balntr, Randy Cravfv BoU TrlAr, Varcu Waitonl 3-41.9 La Roy (Rich Brunlng. Tim Cvani, Dou FoAhr, Stava PBld) j.4?-Pontiac (Brad Thompaon. Brian laugtilln, tralu Curry, Kan Taylor) j 4J0-Lurrk4 (Bob Brandon, Phil Flanagan, Ban-nntl Adamj, M'va Varlln) VARSITY ItO-YARO RiLAY 1 33 4 Ponttac (Bob Poullot, Gana prjncll, Brian Luiihlin, Joe Mackinwn) I 114-Normal Community (Bruca Jonai, Kflth MoMiAlhorn, Mike Canter, Wayne VcCuan) I: IV?-PI Pmo (Vlka Snyder, Kan Faulk, Mark Hynev Mike Hflly) . I j s. 4 - Morion (Rick Ham, Chuck Swenson, Dan Krnnkutt, Doiiq Trtraulll I : J6 3- Slanlord-Mln.er (Jeff Kylf. Gra NffJlar, J.m Johnion, Ken Teutsch) , , 1:3 Lincoln (Rich Oiarker, Pat F Itulmmoni, Ore Aooel, Jalf Lael LONO JUMP 71 ft. I In. Jim Juniper, Bloomington 1 ft. '? In. Mark Hynei, El Paw ?n It. 101 A ln. -Morrl Tummen, Roberfi-Thawvllia 70 It. 9' In. -Murk Harlan, Pontlac 10 II. 9 In. Conrnd Moore, Washington) Alan Lord, Wrioella HIOH JUMP 4 It. 4'i In. Charlie Fiannigan, Tremont 4 ft. ; In. Mike Rudiilll, De Land-Wfldon 6 ft. 1 In. -Brian Laughlln, Pontlac 6 M.-Dennli Perkins, Morton; Jim Jumper, Bloomington; Galen Dale, Mahomet-Seymour POLE VAULT 13 ft. 4 In.-Mark Kramer, Gibson City I? If. 4'a In. Joe Howard, Morton I? tt. 4 In. Don Hedrlck, Fisher i? ft. 3 In, Ken Schmidt, Normal Community I? ft.-Kirk Henry, Le Roy; Dennis Smith, Morton DISCUS 164 ft, 5 In. -Bill Lewis, Ponliac H0 ft. 5 In, Mark Koenlg, Washington 1.14 ft. 5 in.-Sleve Eckhoff, Roanoke-Benson IJ9 ft. II In. Gary Cade, Mahomet-Sevmour 139 tt. JH In. Lee Ryburn, Normal Community 13; ft. l'-j In. Mike Wcstra. Piper City SHOT PUT sj fl. 5 In.-Ed Kneip, Roanoke-Benson SO ft. B'i In. Bob Dewey, Hnyworth 9 ft. T In.-Don Knolh, Bloomington IB ft. 11 in. Gary Cade, Mahomet-Sevmour in fl. l'j In. -Jim Schultz, Slanford-Mlnier IS fl. 1 in. - Bruce Miller, University High 5)88 11 Mr Vumpu Amu tal daw avi wu 79.88 Every day Mon.-Sat. Eastland Center muted Iirniui Kutmt Irum t&l ttl la !uUt kcr. d he dvd rl H. tuu." Hart Mkl Kmrr it a Iff rJjr.aa limn llan-ipBlart, ll tikuk tun bo fur U tJrcr.K to (tt itwinfi. but vwt II id U R4?dbirdt prnrtraurd Be nd n4 ttn timet la drttM from rnidfirSd Htraa rvitnU-c Utk lua lkU of Nurmtl Cummuruijr Ia4 cucpJe. r4 trrifi.tn quafrf-rbarU lAe9 lUfittv bmcli vl OMvt and Twm urtll tf Jcrr)"13 aroiyj tcid (of pair IsL' l quarlr rtiii u!ua!Hn at iau: .r on uiwai4r.i la ti4 ackt loUit k ti apru pfacikf, iih injam Southern Redbirds CAI(M)M).U: - N-jtfirrn lihpoii I iiitrii)' mifihly baxUall tam com-l!r!rd a wrtkrnd tep tf lUinwti Male .i!unlay wt'h 71 aad 12 2 MuJti!frn tWrrrnrt lclociri orr Ihe ItdJUrxlt. Tie KnluVti. hu are 34 orr a!I and S-l Ui the cmfcrrnce. brat IL 134 In jjic r-kfr,d oprtr fYlday. Tlve kxtiet drujijini UUnwt Mate MidtMrm bie lo 27 ard k(l U ItrdUrdi at 11-11 fur the f4n. Nut unty did 5uuUra liliwuia ecl lummtrij prrfomianrtii at the plate, but U.c SalukU also r njnytd urrtj pilchiffi ll!inuii .SU!e reached f)rt-gamc tarter and winner Meve Ilandall for Jiut three aingles and nwnafrd only five tangles la the licbtrap off the combined effort of Jim Fischer who went aeven innings, and Dava Mart a. who hurled the final two. Southern rocked atarter and loeer Bob lljuman and his tucceisor. Ft.U Foi. lor 12 hits tn the first game and coasted t Use victory after Kurir.g three runs In tlie first Inning. ISU's only run in Ihe opener iini-anied ji Itanddll retired the lint tunc batters he facrd and wai nncr in lnuble. In Uie jxtund Rftine. Illiaois Itate c hofificd .Southern's 6-0 lead after four Bears announce 5 rookie signing CIIICAdO IAIN Tie Chicago Bears Satuday announced the signing of five rookies. Ilie new coiners include running backs Dennis Ferris of Pittsburgh and Willie lcttis of Arizona, defensive end Sid Ilailcy, Texas-Arlington, linebacker Ray Cargancs, Millersvillc Pa. State, and offensive tackle F.d Nicholas. North Carolina State. Prrp I(niii5 rosuIlN Rioominytnn aanloul 0 Huomlngion I, Chamna'gn C'M'ai 1 Decatur Vacrhur t, Normal Community fl c-Urtion OT Double-knit 100 polyester BLAZER SUIT by Don Richards The Shelby Blazer Suit by Don Richards fires up the fashion scene this spring. Metal buttons spark the front of the Shelby, highlighting the three scalloped pocket flaps. Of 100 polyester double knit, styled with broad lapels and a center vent to emphasize its lean silhouette. The perfect "in between" suit, the Shelby falls between the more formal look of a business suit and the casual look of sport coat and slacks. 89.90 Othern 69.90 to 199. SO (foberkktlenner 1 1 5 N. Main St. Bloomington, III. (Earth) U.S.A. flawvir-i lo ca 0 Ut ti-at tuA piw U?t Tin cxJy eipmeikctd i!?'-al raUr, Harold Qjeuscr of jdUfAap.Jil i("haurd, a absf i:h a iitouUrf aarparatftin. "rti-ma 14 Vdwe a( fprtncfirkl h mild om-uitiun. TU ltd V No fnrJimra. IU;fa Uufh and rurrt3 and nJxwrt Mika lUiKlbnr,; U Mi!!trd i C Jy qwr irrbacU ttn-jx.&t. Qjrlnf najf rtiurn tfui ta. buotr. lUstabfUli ai ISU'l nit fertl quartfrtati u tf UNiU xnrurjif, and Iht CirUai athWte ihwird rd p tff.ual aswa !MftJr w h Pm and cipcjvwi pia pounds two times ir.nir.gi to 12 with a Mir t( uUiei la the fifth. BjI the Saluktt rackrd MAe Ma'hewi fur aii more rum in the bottom of iha f.flh and won trg aay. Dig bit of Ue iiu.b g wa Jim lh)r batevJoaded triple. aiatr Cv lHA4 ae tawa) I . oa 4.t 14 14 I ' 1444 a.Atwf VA1I ) i I . iU MM ilia !44 ft: --a HM ty A 1 4 4 4 A am .a 1 f M waa. "WH III! C a fc mm ma (4 WAa a ( A t i 1 4 4 4 1 ' I Havaaa 1 4 4 4 A 'f ! till till 14 I i 4 lA". I 14 1 llksa I'M ........ 4 "4 - I- kMyil ft", kMM, A A. 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J8 Drar, Thomas $-1iii, F Tfrat. a r trltw SAA1S fL, J J . 1 14 4 10 OrAerff ... J I 0 0 6 I Matt .. ..'1 4 4 4 I 0 Oo'Oon 't 7 0 0 I 0 Fo .... 7 0 0 0 14 "tr4f JW.J-ll ... 4 7 7 i J Vartln 7 10 0 11 Hftp-Ry fat IWaMU); thr tsiuhAf (HaiUdayr rVP- Watnews, U Booail end Crlswail. T l;J5. - Opon Friday and Monday 'til 9 P.M.

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