Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 4, 1971 · Page 16
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B-4 Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, Jan. 4, 1071 TV returns to normal after weekend of football, parades Scramble ior ball The l>nll got loose in (his shot and ICduardsville's Lynda I llrsicrhorR (H) and Wood River's Hill Cnlp (15) s!:u'( after it. Oilier Oilers in Mio picture are Dennis Link (•>!>), Dennis Olslon (1").")) and Jerry Kin^ 1 - rriug (-I). At rinhl is (Jrej; Ahart, a freshman \vlio \vas (he game's lii^h scorer. Tigers desert cellar in going over Oilers By CYNTHIA LOWRY NEW YOHK (AP) — Network television's festival of football over the holiday weekend may have seemed like discrimination against those viewers who find TV sports watching a dray. There were, however, some treats for those with other ideas about entertainment. The colorful pregame parades on New Year's Day were among them. These, particularly the CBS and NBC coverage of the flower-decked floats of the Pasadena Rose Parade, lose about flfl per cent of their beauty and excitement if seen only in black and white. There also was an attractive assortment of feature film broadcasts—"Life with Father" on Now Year's Day, "An American in Paris" on Saturday nnd the first of a two-part showing of "Spartacus" Sunday. All may have been on the vintage side, but. were top-notch quality, worth a second look. The schedules were back to normal Sunday night—three boys encountering adventure stranded in Baja California on NBC's Disney hour; intrepid inspector Krskin solving a kidnaping case in time for the final commercial on ABC's "F.B.I." and Glen Campbell breaking up at Paul Lynde's comedy during the CBS singer's variety hour. Tt was very relaxing. TV LOG KTVI (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, USD (NBC) I, KETC I. KPLR 11, KDNL 31 By BOB fll.Itr/ Telegraph Sports Writer KDWAHDSVIU,F, - Thin»s were getting a little crowded in the basement of the Southwestern Conference, so when the opportunity arose the Edwardsville Tigers moved out. The Tigers, by virtue of trouncing the Wood Diver Oilers 88-00 here Saturday night, left the cellar of the conference and left occupancy to the Oilers and he Collinsville Kahoks. Edwardsville now stands at 1-2 in the conference and posts a 7-,l season's ledger. Wood River is winless in three conference starts and 26 on the year. Collinsville shares the lower berth with the Oilers as it has yet to win in four conference clashes. It was a tight contest through the first half but the Tigers laid it on the Oilermen in the last half with a 48-point splurge. Wood 1 fiver socrcd 32 points in the second half. The Tigers were in command throughout the majority of the first quarter and led afer the period's end 22-18. Greg Ahart, a freshman, who paced the Tigers scoring attack with 21 markers, counted six points in the opening stanza. T i g c r Brian Wendler counted 11 points in the lirst quarter and finished with 20, second best for the victors. Dennis Olston had another good night for Wood Kivcr. He led all scorers with 2li points on a fl-of-W ni.t'li! from the field and a perfect K-of-8 performance from Hie slnptv Kdwardsville still held the advantage after second period action. II was the lowest quarter point iotal for the winners with 18 but the Oilers made only 10 points. Wendler had seven points in the period and Ahart chipped in four. Olslon was hii;h for the Oilers in the sl;.n/,a with eight points. At halltme the Tigers led 40-M. The Tigers came out like Gangbuslers in the third period. Utili/ing an 11-of-f) performance fromt ehe field and hitting on l-of-2 free throws, they out-pointed the Oilers 23-18 in the quarter. Hill Mitchell, who finished with 12 points for Kd- wardsville, counted four of his six buckets in this period. Going into the final eight minutes of action the Tipers were coasting by a (i;i-. r >2 score. Wood Tiiver was ice cold in the fourth. Counting bin M points of their own, the Oilers yielded the Tigers to add 25 markers to Hie already mounting score. Aharl scored nine points on a .'!-!! combination. The Tigers hit on Hi) of 7?, field goal trims for an average of ,'17!l. From Ihr line (he victors bullseyed 18 of 20 for .092. Wood Itivcr converted 28 of 04 shots from the field for A'M and went 10 of lit from the line for .7(1!). S ATI! K I) A Y SHORTS: Turnovers hurl Wood River as (hey totaled ID. . . The Tigers had 12 iniscues. . . Kduanlsvillc pulled down l!8 game rebounds; 211 off tlie offensive hank and 15 from the Oiler end. . . Wood River snared 311 bounders with 17 coming from the defensive boards and 16 on their own end. . . Hdwanlsvillr fouled on only II occasions and didn't allow the Oilers to shoot one and one from the line in the entire second half. . . Wood River fouled 15 times. . . Center Jerry Rlngerlng of Wood River finished with 15 points and Mark Burrls counted 13 ... Lyndal Hesterherg totaled 13 points for the Tigers with Rick Ahart and Mitchell counting 12 apiece. . . Oiler coach Bob Knight started junior Rick Dwlggins in place of Bun is In tin- lineup. Dwlggins was held scoreless in (he #11111'. . . In his first season as head man for the Tigers, Mel Roustio had a coaches dream as he started five players all over six foot tall. . . HcsUTberg Is the tallest Tiger at (i-5. . . The Oilers led only four times in the game during first quarter play. . . . W.It. (III!) MONDAY EVENING 6: Oft—2 4 5 News 9 Campus Showcase 11 Dick Van Dyke 30 Ministers 0:30—2 Young Lawyers 4 Gunsmoke 5 Red Skellon 9 Auto Mechanics 11 Truth or Consequer CCS 30 Flying Nun 7:00—5 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 9 San Francisco Mix 11 Big Valley 30 Wild Wild West Tolnln 28 II) 15 I'oliils :i5 18 II Ily Quarters: 1234'!' WOOD IMVliK 18 11! 18 M—(Hi li'DNVILUi 22 18 2:i 25—88 7:30—2 Silent Force 4 Here's Lucy 8:00-2 Movie (C) 4 Mayberry 5 Movie (C) 9 National Drug Test 30 Movie 8:30—4 Doris Day 9:00—4 Carol Burnett 9 Book Beat 9:30—9 Bridge with Jean Cox 10:00—2 4 5 News 9 Pathfinders 11 Alfred Hitchcock 30 Movie 10:30-2 Movie 4 Merv Griffin 5 Johnny Carson 9 Now See This 11 Movie 10:45—2 News 11:00—9 Parkway Girls Choir 12:00—2 Dick Cavett 4 Movie (C) 5 News 12:1!)—II Sea Hunt 12:30—5 Black Experience 12:45—11 News/Devotional 1:00—5 Weather 1 :HO—2 News/Sports/Religion 1:40—4 News/Religion An unusual program merchandising device is finding new popularity during the general belt-tightening af- * * * * 8:40—9 Geography 9:00—2 Movie (C) 4 Lucy Show 5 Dinah's Place 9 About Everything 9:15-9 History 30 Financial Observer 9:25-5 NBC News 9:30-4 Beverly Hillbillies 5 Concentration 11 Jack Lalanne 9:35—9 Human Relations 10:00-4 Family Affair 5 Sale of Century 11 Bewitched 10:10-9 Social Studies 10:30-4 Love of Life 5 Hollywood Squares 11 The Game Game 10:50—2 Fashions in Sewing 9 Science 11:00—2 Bewitched 4 Where the Heart Is 5 Jeopardy 9 Friendly Giant 11 To Tell the Truth 11:05-9 Music 11:25-4 CBS News 9 History 11:30-2 A World Apart 4 Search for To- Issel takes edge Pro off Mack the Knife New York Hi i.il "II I'hllMili'lpliiH llufl'iilo NMA iistorii Coiifrrom't! Atliitillc Division W. I,. I'd. .721 .585 III 2-\ M II 12 IV lil .n58 G.H. 7 20 Tuesday January 5 B y THE ASSOCIATED PR IOSS Mack The Knife was a cutup as usual ... but couldn't take the edge off Dan Issel's performance. Mack Calvin, the league's leading scorer, made 34 points for the Floridians, but rookie Dan Issel put in 3(i to lead Kentucky to a 124-119 American 1? a s k e (ball Association victory Sunday night. The Floridians had a OS-Ill half time lead with Calvin showing the way, then Issel's hot hand carried the winners in the last two periods. Bad shooting in the closing minutes hurl the Floridians. They came down the floor four times with four minutes to go when the score was tied at 110 and missed all four coring tries. Pittsburgh bounced New York 115-109, Virginia trimmed Carolina 135-124 and Denver turned back Texas 129-124 in overtime in the night's other ABA games. In the National Basketball Association, Phoenix slammed San Francisco 102-81 and Boston blasted Atlanta 140128. In the ABA Saturday night, it was Carolina 118, New York 99; Utah 134, Texas 109; Virginia 137, Pittsburgh 126 and Indiana 134, Kentucky 132. In the NBA Saturday night, it was Boston 125, Philadelphia 120; Atlanta 112, New York 108; Baltimore 108, Detroit 99; Milwaukee 118, Cleveland 73; Cincinnati 115, Buffalo 103, Chicago 136, Portland 113; Phoenix 122, San Francisco 116 in overtime and San Diego 109, Los Angeles 108 in overtime. The; Colonels chipped away behind Issel to make up the scvon-poinl hall'timc deficit and tie their contest at 0(1 at the end of the third quarter. When the Floridians lost their scoring touch, the Colonels scored on two turnovers in Hie late going to pull away. John Brisker and Stew Johnson scored 20 points and George Thomson 22 to lead Pittsburgh over New York. The Condors built a halt'lime lead of (ft-!)!) and held on the rest of the way. Hick Barry led the Nets with 27 points. Charlie Scott scored 37 points for Virginia as the Squires pulled away from a two-point hall'time lead. Joe Caldwell had 1)1 points for the losers. I) e n v e r rookie Ralph Simpson rame off the bench and scored six points in t In- overt imc session as the Itockets rallied for 12 .straight points after Texas had scored the extra period's first seven. Clem llaskins scored 1)2 points to lead the Phoenix triumph. The Suns scored eight straight points to begin the third quarter and never were in serious trouble. Golf notes Tins it I:(oiti) Hud Angle of !>2U3 Wiekway, Godfrey, tied the Country Fairways Golf Course record Saturday, firing a 31, consisting of four birdies and five pars. Tom Muhleman established the record in 197 and Dee Katchum tied the same in 1969. Angle was shooting with Frank Hicks, H, try Kulp, Bob Moore and John Hand Jr. Halt hnnri' I'lm inniill Atlanta Clc'Vi'liiml (nilnil Division .MO — lii'" a i'/, MllWiUikn Drtroll ('hicaf.o IMlOl'lll.X Western Confcri-tii'i 1 Midwest Division 7 in Hi ID .811 .IKK) .mis I'ni-lllr DIvlMoi I.UN Ati|;i'lc! Sim DU'fin San r'l'an. Seattle I'lirlliuul Snlurdiiy's Hc'salls Muslim lli.'i. Philadelphia 1211 Alliinlii 112. Ni'W Yurlt 108 llaltlnmic IIIH, Detroit !l!l Milwaukee' ilH, Cli'Vi'laml 7,'t Cincinnati II. 1 ,. llulf:ili) 111. 1 ! rlili'ni'.o i:ill, I'iM-lliiiiil ll.'l I'hiirnlx 122, Sun l-'ran. 11(1 (ol) Sun l>li'no IIIH. I.OK All)!. 108 (i)l) SMiulny's lU'sulls Muslim Hi), Allnntii \'M I'luic'iilN 102, Sun l>'ninrlKi'o 81 Only r.aiiH's schdlnli'd IMonilny's (innii'.s Srnllli' nl MiUvmilii'i' San !• rancisi-o at Pluicnlx Only liiinifs .'u'hi'ilnh'il Ini'silay's tiimir* .Si>allh< al ll:illllninc I'Dilliiiul vs. lliisliin lit I'hllatlrl- phia San 1'ianclscii at I'lillaili'lplilu DrlKiil al Allan!,i San l)lr|{i) at (')ilrni(o l.u.s Aii|!i>li's vs. ( llH'Inniitl at Oiaaha. Nt'b. Only iMtiH's sclu'iHilril AHA Ki'iilin liv New York rimlillaiii I'III 1 .Inn |<h ( aroliaa West Division IM.lll j 'l 1^ .liVli hull, mil '.! l.'i till!) Mi-lll|illl!, .'I 18 .MN llrnvrl l!i :>;t .:i!l!i Sauirdny's Kcsulls Ciirollnii 11M. New York (I!) Utuh 1,'I4. Tox'iis 109 Vli'Klnhi i:i7, 1'ittshiiinli lliti Inillaiui 111. KcnlurUy IX'. Only uiinu'S srlu'iluloii Sunday'* Itc^ulls I'llttilniriih ll. r >, Nrw Yolk HIS Virginia US. Carolina 12-1 Kentucky 12-1. Hen-Minns 11!) IH'iive.r tail, Texas 12-1 Only Hi'ilH'H srlH'dakMl Monday's (i ami's New York vs. Kentucky at Indianapolis. Imt. Florkllans at Inilinna Only KiniioK .scheduled Tut'bday's (iumi's 1'lttblimnl] v.s. Texas al J'ort Worth Utah nl Deiivei liulUina ilt Memphis Only ^uiiies scheduled 5:45—4 Religion/News 6:90—4 Sunrise Semester 0:30-2 Thought forToday 4 PS4 5 Focus Your World 8:35—2 Farm Report 0:40—2 Newsbreak (5:45—2 Lone Ranger 7:00-4 CBS News 5 Today 7:15—2 Fury 8:0^-4 Capt. Kangaroo 11 Underdog 8:10—!) Driver Kd. 8:15—2 Romper Room 8:30—11 Cartoons morrow 5 Who What Where Game 11 What's My Line 11:40—9 Quest 12:00-2 All My Children 4 My Favorite Martian 9 Sesame Street 11 News 12:30—2 Let's May a Deal 4 As the World Turns 5 Words and Music 11 Galloping Goumet 1:00—2 Newly wed Game 4 Love Is A Many Splendered Thing 5 Days of Our Lives 9 Science 11 Movie (C) 1:20—9 Readiness 1:30—2 Dating Game 4 Guiding Light 5 The Doctors 1:35—9 Vocabulary 1:55—9 Music 2:00—2 General Hospital 4 Secret Storm 5 Another World — Bay City 2:10—9 History 2:30—2 One Life to Live 4 Edge of Night 5 Bright Promises 9 Science 2:'15—9 Math 3:00-2 Movie 4 Gomer Pyle 5 Another World—Som erset 11 Dark Shadows 30 Little Castle fecting television. They are called "Barter shows." A sponsor — rather than network or station- underwrites a series or a special, including certain amounts of commercial time. Networks or local stations then are permitted to use the program or ser.<es free and to sell the other commercial time periods in the programs. The Dinah Shore Show on NBC, recently renewed, is a barter show. So are Ralph Fdwards' revived "This is Your Life 1 ," which will be seen soon on some ABC stations, among other outlets, and Betty White's upcoming "Pet Set," to be seen on independent stations. Mel Torme recently starred in a barter special shown by a number of local outlets around the nation. * * 3:03—9 Science 3:25—9 Men of Destiny 3:30—4 Mike Douglas 5 Movie Game 9 Dr. Posin's Giants 11 Flintstones 4:00—5 Virginia Graham 9 Sesame Street 11 Gilligan's Island 30 Ultraman 4:30-11 Flipper 30 Lost in Space 5:00—? Daniel Boone 4 5 News 9 Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood 11 Leave It to Beaver 5:30-4 5 News 9 What's New 11 I Love Lucy 30 Batman TUESDAY EVENING 6:00—2 4 5 News 9 Busy Kwitter 11 Dick Van Dyke 30 Munsters 6:30—2 Mod Squad 4 Beverly Hillbillies 5 Don Knotts 9 TV Typing 11, Truth or Consequences 30 Flying Nun 7:00—4 Green Acres 9 Basic Issues of Man 11 Big Valley 30 Wild Wild West 7:30—2 Movie (C) 4 Hee Haw 5 Julia 9 Antiques 8:00—5 Movie (C) 9 The Advocates 11 Wagon Train 30 Movie 8:30—4 To Rome with Love 9:00—2 Marcus Welby 4 CBS News Hour 9 Hollywood Television Theater 11 Perry Mason 10:00—2 4 5 News 9 Yoga for Everyone 11 Alfred Hitchcock 30 Movie 10:30—2 Movie (C) 4 Merv Griffin 5 Johnny Carson 9 Campus Showcase 11 Movie (C) ^ 11:00-9 Soldan High Choir 12:00-2 Dick Cavett 4 Movie (C) 5 News 12:20—il Sea Hunt 12:30—5 Stump the Stars 12:5(1—11 Ntws/Devotional 1:00—5 Weather 1:30—2 News/Sports/Religion 2:00—4 News/Religion "*t •fc< * .# Sealed up tight - * v * > , '* ,* . s *"' > This is Eve, a young arctic I'm- seal who lost her way, got tangled in this iish net and is alive today only because two Seaside, Ore., men, Paul Megrsith and Dennis Spivey, found her in the surf along a northern Oregon beach New Year's Eve. (AP Wire-photo) School quality, pay linked to transfers EDWARDSVILLE — The quality of a school's administration ranked almost equally with salaries as the reason for teachers transferring from one school' district to another in Madison and two adjoining counties, a five-year study showed today. Response to a questionnaire to 199 teachers who left jobs in Madison, St. Clair, and Monroe counties also showed that transferring was highest among young teachers, senior high school teachers and those holding master's degrees. The study, which ended in June 1967, was written by Economics Professor Leo Cohen of the Regional and Urban Development Studies and Services office (RUD) of Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, and a staff assistant, Mark ,T. Lawless. In the report section on fiscal capacity and teachers' salary, the study finds that with the exception of Monroe County there is a wide range of wealth among the districts The Telegraph cannot always publish last-minute changes made by the television stations. GOOD TUESDAY ONLY flic OFF-GIZZARD DBNNER 8 Jumbo Gizziirds, Mushed Potatoes, Gravy, Slaw, Hut Biscuits. RBK. $1.10 Value AVAILABLE AY ALL 3 LOCATIONS MOVIE RATINGS These ratings apply to RELEASED after NW. I. 1»M THIS MOVIES MONDAY KVE 8:00—2 — "Spartaous" (Part 2) (1902) (C) Kirk Douglas, Laur- t'lu't' Olivier !i — "Kye of the C;il" (1!)li2) HO — "Impulse" (1!I!)K) Constance Smith, Arthur Kennedy 10:00-UO — "Shock Corridor" (llllili) Conslance Towers, Peter Hreck 10::»0-2 - "Mystery Submarine" (11103) .lames Hoherlson Justice, Kdward .ludd 11 — "Heyond Glory" (1948) Donna Heed, Alan Ladd 12:00-4 - "Cattle Queen of Montana" (1954) (C) Harbara Stan- wyck, Ronald Reagan TUESDAY 9:00-2-"A Man Called Dagger" (19G8) (C) !• ads Indicates the film was •ubmltted and approved under the Motion Picture Cod* al Self-Regulation ALL AGES ADMITTED General Audiencw ALL AGES ADMITTED Parental Guidance Suggettvd FOREIGN-IMPORT Not Rated By Th. Motion Pictur* Cod* QIOOMCR SMUSIMENI MID-AMUHICA THEATRES LAST 2 NITES THE U S. CUSTOMS BUREAU BARRED IT AS OBSCENE! READERS FOUND IT SHOCKING AND SCANDAIOUSI AND NOW, FOR ANYONE OVER 17, IT IS A MOVIE!" -„„, «» o .,,« FAHAMOUM HUlJRtS CKISINIS HENRY MILLER'S Open 6:»U — Shown 7 & Jan Murray, Terry Moore 1:00—11—"Tonight We Sing" (1953) (C) Anne Bancroft, I) avid Wayne 3:no—2—"The Virgin Queen" (1955) (C) Ik-tte Davis, Richard Todd 7:30—2—"Alias Smith and Jones" (1970) (C) Voter Duel 8:00—30—"Don't Knock The Twist" (HHili) Vic Dana, Chubby Checkers 10:00—30-"The Burglar" (1957) Jayne Mansfield, Dan Duryea 10:30—2—"Deep in My Heart" (1954) (C) Helen Traubel, Jose Ferrer 11—"Pony Soldier' 1 (1952) (C) Cameron Mitchell, Tyrone Power 12:00—4—"The Young Mr. Pitt" (19—) Robert Donat, Robert Morlov SEAL RESTRICTED Under 17 requires accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian NO ON5 UNDER 17 ADMITTED NOT RATED Thit picture was released prior to Nov. I, 1968 and thut was not rated by the Motion Picture Code of Self-Regulation. Primed m a public service by ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Businessmen's Special (Menu TUCK., Jan. A thru Mon., Jan. 11) TUES: BEEF STEW & COLE SLAW WED: FRIED CHICKEN THURS: CHOP SUEY FRI: FILET of SOLE SAT. HOT TURKEY SANDWICH MON: PORK CUTLETS 203 W. Third St. Alton, 111. Phone 46S-60U7 Only 99c CAFETERIA OPEN 8 A.M. to 8:80 P.M. (Except Sun.) LOUNGE OPEN 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. EVEBV DAV Private Dining Room Available for Parties & Banquets of the other two counties. At the top of the scales, districts has as much as $47,000 assessed valuation per pupil to a low of $8,000. There is an association between fiscal capacity of the district and the amount of teachers' salaries, however, Cohen and Lawless point out that other variables do affect salaries, particularly state aid and short term debt policy of the district. The authors of the study feel that there is a serious question as to whether sa'aries in the three county area are of the magnitude to attract and maintain a high quality of personnel in teaching. T hey recommend that school boards and ad- minis t rations give concentrated study to the motivational factors in teacher mobility in addition to salary. Another question raised in the monograph . is what direction teacher salaries will go when the area enters into a time of teacher surplus. YES! WERE OPEN Entertainment MON. & WED. NITES 203 W. Third St. Ph. 465-6667 Alton, III. CAFETERIA OPEN 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Everyday Except Sun. LOUNGE 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. Everyday PRIVATE DINING ROOM AVAILABLE FOR PARTIES AND BANQUETS SCHNUCKS TWIN PACK fchnuckfi BETTENDORF MARKETS TONITE—ENDS THURS. SHOWN 7:10, 0:10 J IT'S A FUNNY MOVIE! *,Si (.Ifi ; YOUNG / / / "-4 /! ftflDOTHCR nRflflGERI COLOR R (R) TONITE— ENDS THURS. ' """ ' a. C.C.Ryder AMN-MARGRET as hit girl '" CC.AMO COMPANY GRAND & WILDEY STARTS FRIDAY "Trail of The Hunteri"

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