Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 31, 1970 · Page 14
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'&4 Attcft fiviiflftg Telegraph Thursday, Dec. 31, 1970 BOWLINGS Wagon — Davtes 176 (455); Hanger 192 (511). AfteftKxm Ladies — Miles 201; Milter 205; OtiCTWefl 183; Pnrdy 190-181 (534); Gross ISO; Whitaker 183. Mett's Church — Kreft- Itteyet 245 (623); Lauck 247 (651); Penrod 224 (618); BflSzefl 223; Abernathy 245; Bfaziet 240; Ervin 225. Bowlettes — Dunham 212; Leitner 198-185; Muehleman 216; Market 189; Cambron 207; Schumacher 199; Gregory 208; Taylor 201-190 (§59); GrablelSO. Ladles Classic — Hagen 203 (553),-Nicholson 194; Moore 257 (598); Parish 184; Nahkunst 243 (542); Jones 226; Berry 180; Smith 201; Zeller 193; Reidt 201; Steiger 211 (565); Graham 181-186; McAdams 193 (546). Scratch — Laub 225-228-240 (691); Allen 237-246 (680); Netzhammer 226-265 (675); Blandino 259. (649); Luly 244 (647); Ronat 246 (645); Nicholson 245 (655); Springer 231-216 (632); Voorhees 226-230 (630); Dabbs 225 (627); Lowery 238 (630); Buehrer 218 (626); Churchill 219 (621); King 216-223; Marti 233 Funke 215; Link 216; Graham 244; Boschert 229; Coleman 215; Brazier 226; Cleaver 220; Shemonia 224; Steiger 225; Snowden 234; Kochan 227; Osborn 215; Leady 219. TUESDAY . Pietown Ladles — Scheffel 223-202-186 (611); Angel 203 (531); McCoy 216; Fisher 192; Godar 214; Kusterman 186; Sectarian 182; Beck 193; Johnson 191; Davis . 188; Steiger 202-183 (548); Laslie 203-199 (568); Ramlow 181. WEDNESDAY Afternoon Ladies — Jones 202-215 (576); Brock 181; Mohr 210-190 (545); Her 201190(549); Angel 182. Diamond — Stewart 221 (614); J. Compis 222; M. Compis 236; Lambie 221; Morkel 240 (629); Heavner 231; Bivens 244; Fullager 245 (611); Williams 219-233 (615). Majorette — Schulz 188; Watson 192-191 (549); E. Recher 222-200-236 (658); Sawyer 208 Z(560); Whitaker 199; Hachman 181-201 (545); Francis 180; Travis 182; Stratton 200; Morton 209-193 (552); Pinkowski 180; Bauser 195; Handlin 193; L. Sitze 186182 (535); Purdy 182; B. Sitze 201; Compis 194-220 (553); C. Grover 181. Mixed — Women — McAdams 202-187 (554); Seymour 196-194; Jouett 186. Men — Linenfelser 220; Glen 217. FRIDAY Nite Men — Schultz 289-227 (707); Hinson 232; Shrout 222; Gottlob 222; Eaton 215; Goodman 244 (620); Chinowth 226 '(626); Hyde 224 (651); .Kraushaar 248; Hamilton 227; Bertels 235; Gillis 236; Ford 223; Teakert 234-267 (670); Rhoades 222; Carrigan 232. SATURDAY Juniors — Boys No. 1 — Lemieux 200; Phelps 167; O'Neill 165. Boys No. 2 Cannon 180; Boker 180; Mayer 177; Davis 176. Boys No. 3 — Hassmann 184 (534); Tague 204 (519); Tittle 207; Lawrence 189 (516). Boys No. 4 — T. Buchanan 235 (597); Hosford 216; Vahle 203; Diemer 204; J. Buchanan 200208 (596); Glowers 208 (564); Eberlin (524). Girls No. 1 — Cook 121; Carrigan 117; Tague 107. Girls No. 20 — G. Luly 190 (528); Wilson 188 (522); J. Luly 180 (513); M. Steiger 205 (508); Fink 208; D. Marquis 190; Fisher 184. Industrial — Day 230; Stahlhut 219-215 (628); Glowers 223-227 (638); Watts 223; Schultz 235; Kuhn 230 (618); White (632); He. Nelson 222; Clark 224; Hu. Nelson 222; Bayer 245 (634); Williams 264-220 (687); Ctchlar 233 (633); L. Whtteside 215; McDonald 223225 (639); D. Whiteside 244 (638); Greenberg 218-242 (653); Guthrie 233 (616); Crepps 235 (623), Moran 216. Senior Citizens — Women — Purdy 200. Men — Clayton 225; 'Oleson 215; Pinkowski 215. SUNDAY Ball and Chain — Women — Beets 185; Crider 192; Mason ISO; Jacobs 189; Carrigan 18?; Wohnlich 236209 (632); Jones 182. Men — Dunlap 229-244 (658); Hassman 223; Capps 215 (614); Noles 220 (610); Thomas 224; Howard 216. Guys and Dolls — Women - Handlin 194-233 (574); England 203-191-222 (616); Smith 205; Show 232; Bauser 193; Messaros 204-181 (561). Men — Blandino 224; Stewart 227. Esposito is back on track in record pace B y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Boston's Phil Esposito is back on the track in his record National Hockey League scoring splurge—and the Bruins are back atop the seesaw East Division. The amazing Espo resumed his two-point-per-game pace Wednesday night with his 33rd and 34th goals of the season as Boston pummeled the Minnesota North Stars 6-2. Elsewhere in the NHL, St. Louis' Red Berenson ran wild against his favorite whipping boys, the Philadelphia Flyers, with a goal and four assists in the Blues' 5-2 triumph, Montreal tied Pittsburgh 3-3, Toronto knocked off California 3-1 and Vancouver belted Los Angeles 4-1. With 70 points hi 36 games- less than half the season— Esposito is zeroing in on his own all time scoring mark of 126 points established two yuars ago. Espo, shut out in his last start, made up for it by scoring twice against the North Stars, who led 2-0 before Boston turned on the pressure. Bobby Orr scored his 14th goal and assisted nn three others for the Bruins. The victory moved Boston one point up on idle New York in the East. The Bruins have played one less game than the Rangers. Berenson, who tied an NHL record with six goals in a single game ,against the Flyers two years ago, set up two goals by Tim Ecclestone and another by Bill Sutherland before hitting his 14th of the season for the Blues. Then he climaxed his big night by assisting on Barclay Plager's third-period wrapup goal as the Blues stretched Philadelphia's winless streak to nine games. Marc Tardif's goal midway in the third period earned Montreal its tie with Pittsburgh—a costly deadlock for the Penguins. Pittsburgh lost Ken Schinkel with a cracked collarbone and Greg Polis with a cut leg. The Penguins used first- period goals 25 seconds apart by Ron Schock and Dean Prentice to take the lead. Glenn Sather scored the Penguins' other goal and Jean Beliveau and Bill Collins connected for the Canadiens. Nine games slated for weekend AURORA SPECIAL 1-TuffCar $O20 FREE 2.9" straight tracks and l Tuff body. OPEN 11 am to 6 pm, N«w Year's Day 10 am to 9 pm, Saturday, January 2 GEORGE'SW 310 U HABTFOBP, III, NEW YORK (AP) — The men around the house— If they're football fans— are going to be monopolizing the television for the next four days. Nine football games— that's close to 30 hours— will be nationally televised between tonight and Sunday. Included on the television menu are Sunday's conference championship games in the National Football League. There's only one real conflict. On New Year's Day— Friday — the affluent have to use their second television set at 2 p.m., EST, if they want to watch both the Sugar and Cotton bowls. The Cotton Bowl, pitting top ranked Texas against All- American quarterback Joe Theismann and Notre Dame's Fighting Irish, starts at 2 p.m. on CBS. An hour earlier the Sugar Bowl— with No. 4 Tennessee battling Ah- Force—begins on ABC. The gridiron bonanza on the tube actually got under way Monday night with the Tangerine Bowl and Wednesday night the Peace Bowl provided the action. Tonight's attraction is the Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl from Houston on the Hughes Sports Network at 7:30 p.m., EST. Johnny Musso, called by Alabama Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant the greatest back he's ever coached, leads ' the Crimson Tide against Oklahoma. The New Year's Day attractions, in addition to the Cotton Bowl and Sugar Bowl, are the Rose and Orange Bowls. The Rose Bowl, oldest of. the collegiate post-season classics, follows the Cotton on CBS and matches No. 2 Ohio State against Stanford and the Indians' Heisman Trophy- winning quarterback, Jim Plunkett. The Orange Bowl, at 8 p.m., EST, on NBC wraps up the Jan. 1 football. The contestants: Nebraska, third- ranked and Big Eight Conference champion, vs. fifth- ranked Louisiana State, winner of the Southeastern Conference title. Saturday's viewing features the Gator Bowl and the East- West Shrine Game. The Gator Bowl, on NBC at 2:15 p.m., EST, sends Mississippi against Auburn and promises to be quite an aerial show. Auburn quarterback Pat Sullivan and his Ole Miss opposite, Archie Manning, each own impressive passing creditials. The professionals take over Sunday. It's the Oakland Raiders vs. the Baltimore Colts for the American Football Conference title on NBC at 2 p.m., EST, and the Dallas Cowboys vs. the San Francisco 49ers for the National Football Conference title at 5 p.m., EST, on CBS. Ali-Frazier bout in Garden 717^ •* ' " f-Ij» « MM* Philadelphia Flyers' Jean Guy GemTron (11?, has goal attempt; blocked by St. Louis Blues' goalie Ernie Wakely after taking a pass from teammate Gary Dornhoefer (L), in the first period of Blues-Flyers game, Wednesday. Blues' Barclay (8), and Bob Player (5), moves in to assist goalie Wakely. Minutes later Gendron scored against Wakely. (UPI Telephoto) NEW YORK (AP) - It win be champion Joe Frazier against Muhammad Alt for guarantees of $2.5 million each and the world heavyweight title in a fight that could bring a worldwide gross of $30 million. The dream fight and the dreamlike financial figures — both definite and possible- were announced Wednesday by Madison Square Garden Boxing, Inc., and Chartwell Artists. The scheduled 15-rounder for Frazier's crown, the one Ali held before his military draft troubles, will be held in the Garden March 8. Chartwell will handle the closed-circuit television and other ancillaries. The fighters each "will receive guarantees of $2.5 million, but neither will partake of any of the ancillary revenues or percentages of "the live gate receipts, Harry Markson, director of Garden Boxing, said at a press luncheon following the signing of contracts. Markson estimated the live gate at $1.25 million on a ticket scale ranging from $150 down to $20. "We believe the worJdwicie gross could reach between $20 million and $30 million," said Jerry Perenchio, president of Chartwell. "Our attitude is we think this is the single most important event in the history of sports in the area of one- night events," said Perenchio in discussing his estimate of what would be a record total gross for a single sports event. The $?.5 million each fighter will receive, which Perenchio said is being backed by Los Angeles sportsman Jack Kent Cooke. WE WILL BE dPEN NEW YEAR'S DAY DELUXE CAFE SPECIALIZING M GOOD FOOD AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Open 6 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Daily 2519 CoJ/ege Ave., Upper Alton Ph. 462-8514 Bloomington stuns East Side, 45-36 BE VffltRETHE ACTION la on the G resit River Road — 786-3486 £teak Bring The Whole Gang' Steak • Bar-B-Que • Fish Joe Greenwell Tonight & Saturday By DON METZGER Telegraph Sports Writer EDWARDSVILLE - The number two seeded Bloomington Eaiders slowed down the action and beat the top seeded'- East St. Louis Flyers, 46-36. in the final game of the Third Annual Edwardsville Holiday Classic. In these days of run, press,, and shoot the slow-down type of basketbll is seldom seen. But it was seen here Wednesday evening much to the sorrow of the Flyers from East St. Louis. Bloomington grabbed the opening tip and began working the ball for a good shot. The Raiders continued moving the ball in the front court trying to draw the Flyers out of their zone defense. The Flyers stayed back and would not come after the ball. This went on for the full eight minutes of the initial quarter. During that time, Bloomington's big 6-7 center Dave Giles managed two fielders and two charity tosses. This was good enough for a 6-0 first period lead as the Flyers' only sniff at the basket had been a missed foul shot by Doug Young. East St. Louis finally broke the- ice with 6:2;) left in the second stanza when Jim Moton flipped in a free throw. The free toss turned out to be high scoring Moton's only points of the first half. He •added a fielder in the fourth frame for a season's low of Redbird winner John Bell (dark uniform) of Alton lifts Paul Plupps of Civic Memorial in his match Wednesday in the Granite City high school wrestling meet. Bell, 138- jmunder, was the only Alton wrestler to win a title. East St, Louis Lincoln wan the meet. Alton was ninth in one of its best showings since the school resumed a wrestling program in recent years. There were a total of 15 teams. three points in a game. In the second quarter Giles added two more baskets to his total and he got three- basket help from Roger Nelson. The Raiders led at the intermission, 21-8. The Flyers Went to a man- to-man defense in the third stanza and the tempo of the game began to pick up. However, the Flyers committed numerous fouls in their attempt to get the ball. Bloomington tried eight shots from the charity stripe in the frame and hit on five of them. When the buzzer ended the quarter East St. Louis had outscored the Raiders 11-9 but Blooomington was on top, 30-19. . The fourth quarter was more of the same. East St. Louis trying to get the ball and committing fouls and Bloomington slowing down the action and waiting for an open shot. When the period ended the Flyers had tallied 17 points to 15 for the Raiders. The total was nine short and Bloomington had picked up the victory and the championship of the Edwardsville Classic.• The 'Raiders' Giles led all scorers with 24 markers. He had double figure help from Nelson with 10 counters. Cedric McKinley was the only Flyer in double digets. He totaled 10 on five from the field. The East St. Louis loss gives it an 8-2 mark for the season. Bloomington took 21 shots from the field and hit on 15 of them for a shooting percentage of .714. At the line the Raiders were 15 of 22 for 68 per cent. The Flyers attempted 39 fielders and connected on 16 of them for .410 per cent. From the charily stripe East St. Louis was 4 of 7 for .571 per cent. . In the first morning contest the Madison Trojans had little trouble getting rid of the Sparta Bulldogs, 9C-09. Edwardsville found the going a lot tougher in its contest as the Tigers had to play two overtimes to edge the Triad Knights, 61-fiO. Regulation play ended all knotted at 55-55. In the first three-minute overtime period each team tallied one bucket and it ended t(ed at 57-57. In the spcond overtime peroid the Tigers outscored Triad 4 to 3 for the win and the right to meet Madison in the 8 p.m. contest to determine the consplation champ. , The 1 p.m. semi-final game saw the Flyers nip the Cahokia Comanohos, 58-56, on a two-second shot by Cedric McKinley. With 42 seconds left in the game it was even at 56-56. The Flyers had the ball and held it for one shot. McKinley got ti and East St. Louis moved into the championship gam. At 2:30 second seeded Bloomington took care of Gillespie, 63-34. The win set up the big battle with the Flyers. The 4 o'clock contest found the Triad Knights coming Robin Huberts of the Philadelphia Phillies gave up 46 gopher ball sin 1956. That year he won |19 games. back to defeat the Sparta Bulldogs, 72-68 for third place in the consolation bracket. Final session action began at 6:30 p.m. Cahokia downed Gillespie, 87-75 for third place honors in the championship division. Edwardsville then blasted Madison, 67-53 for the consolation championship. The East St. Louis-Bloomington affair followed. TOURNEY TALL'S - Jim Moton was voted the most valuable player in the tourney. . . The all-tournament first team included Moton and teammate Doug Young both of East St. Louis, Tom Howard of Cahokia, Greg Ahart of Edwardsville, and Dave Giles of Bloomington. AH are seniors ' except Ahart, who Is a freshman. On the second team were Don Schutte and Don Weibring of Qiiincy CB, Jon NemnicJi of Triad, Brian Wendler of Edwardsville, and John Saracco of Gillespte . . . Giles and Howard were repeaters from last years' all tourney team... MADISON 96, SPARTA 69 SPARTA 17 -15 15 22—69 MADISON 21 19 28 28—96 SPARTA — Blind 13, Cane 21, Bremer 8, Robinson 2, Watt 1, Murry 8,-Walker 2, Smith 8, Mc- Mlchael 6. FG 28, F 13, PF 20. MADISON—Young 3, Boyd 24, Fletcher 8, Chandler 15, Belford 15, Rhodes 9, Burkhall 11, Wilson 3, Glasper 8. FG 36, F 24, PF 13. EDWARDSVILLE 62, TRIAD 60 EDWS. 10 14 19 12 2 4—61 TRIAD 12 15 15 14 2 3—GO GODFREY CIVIC CENTER FR1,, JAN, I, 9 to I Music by: "SYNDICATE OF SOUL" NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY DANCING u Noisemakers — Hats Admission $2.50 Person FORKEYVILLE LOUNGE Foster burg Road We Serve the Finest Village Cafe 2611 College Ave., Upper Alton NEW YEAR'S DAY SPECIAL OLD FASHIONED POT ROAST Beulah Zirltelbnck, Mer. Hours: 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Every Day AIRPORT RESTAURANT Route 111, Between Airline Drive & Route 140 OPEN ALL NITE TONITE OPEN ALL DAY NEW YEAR'S DAY AIRPORT RESTAURANT HAPPY NEW YEAR WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY NEW YEAR'S DAY 3 LOCATIONS i, 466-3WQ MILTON ROAD-Ph. 462,7885 7TH & CENTRAU-Ph. 462.9112 EDWARDSVILLE—G. Ahart 25, R. Ahart 9, Hesterberg 5, Krum- elch 4, Wendler 10, Mitchell 8. FG 22; F 17; PF 13. ' TRIAD —Droy 21, Tedford 3, Nemnlch 17, Lee 4, Yates 13, Lewis 2. FG 24, F. 12, PF 20. EAST ST. LOUIS B8, CAHOKIA 56 EAST ST L. 10 15 18 15—58 CAHOKIA 10 12 12 22—56 EAST ST. LOUIS—Moton 32, Young 9, McKlnley 7, Jennings 2, Horton 2, Hodges 4, Jackson 2. FG 22, F 14, PF 20. CAHOKIA—Luster 1, Hill 4, Howard 29, Mobley 7, Kelly 2, Dreyer 9, Wills 4. FG 19, F 18, PF 13. (Consolation Third Place) TRIAD 72, SPARTA 88 TRIAD 16 12 18 26—72. SPARTA 14 13 20 21—68 TRIAD — Tedford 12, Droy 16, Nemnich 12, Lee 8, Yates 13, Ber- rlngton 1, Bast 4, Lewis 4, Me- Bride 2. FG 22, F 28, PF 15. SPARTA—McMlchael 18, Cane 29, Batton 11, Robinson 4', Smith 4, Bremer 2, FG 24, F 20, PF 22. (Consolation First Place) EDWARDSVILLE 67, MADISON 63 EDWS. 13 18 16 20—67 MADISON 13 15 19 6—53 EDWARDSVILLE—G. Ahart 23, R. Ahart 11, Hesterberg 6, Krum- elch 10, Wendler 13, Mitchell 4. FG 25, F 17, PF 13. MADISON—Young 2, Boyd 21, Burkhall 21, Chandler 5, Fletcher .2, Glasper 2. FG 22, F 9, PF 21. (Championship First Place) BLOOMINGTON 45, EAST ST. LOUIS 38 BLOOMINGTON 6 15 9 15—15 EAST ST. LOUIS 0 8 11 17—36 BLOOMINGTON—Giles 24, Nelson 10, Cooper 3, Henderson 6, Hiser 2. FG 15, F 15, PF 6. EAST ST. LOUIS — Moton 3, Young 7, Horton 5, McKinley 10, Jennings 2, Hodges 5, Jackson 4. FG 16, F 4, PF 16. Give Your Family A Treat FEATURING: STEAKS • CHICKEN • PIZZA • ITALIAN FOOD HAPPY NEW YEAR WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY NEW YEAR'S DAY PARKING IN REAR ' £e#iHtf Dining Room Qv 1648 WASHINGTON AVE. — UPPER ALTON 7) Good-With This Coupon Only • One.Coupon Per Purchase Mom's Rose Bowl Special ior Dad Save *1 Save 50° on two regular dinners Give Dad Kentucky Fried Chicken as he watches the Rose Bowl Game on TV. This coupon is good for $1.00 toward the purchase of a bucket or a barrel of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Or, for 50c toward the purchase of two regular Kentucky Fried Chicken dinners. No substitutions. Good at any participating Kentucky Fried Chicken store. 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