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Section B Pages 1-8 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sports Classified Alton, 111., Saturday, January 9, 1971 A funny thing happened to Alton in second half By DON PLARSKI Telegraph Sports Editor All week long Alton High School coach Ralph Sterrett had been pounding home "discipline, discipline, discipline" to his basketball team. "I tried to stress it every chance I got," he said. For one half of Alton's game against Belleville West Friday night, the Redbirds appeared as if they hadn't listened to their coach the previous four days of practice. At halftime they were reminded of discipline again. "I repeated what I had told them all week in practice." They got the message. Down 28-23 at the halfway point, the Redbirds roared back with a sizzling third quarter, followed with an even better fourth period and won going away over the Maroons, 74-59. It was a dandy one to win. It was the Maroons' first loss in the Southwestern Conference after four successes. It put the Redbirds in the driver's seat with West. Each has 4-1 records. The Redbirds have another golden opportunity to do something about that congestion at the top of the heap tonight when they entertain Granite City in an 8 o'clock battle. Granite City whipped Wood River Friday night and has been coming on very strong lately. The Warriors won the Pontiac Holiday Tournament and were ranked 10th in the state in the. most recent Associated Press poll. Alton had all kinds of trouble the first half. The Redbirds managed just 10 field goals in 34 attempts for a miserable .294 percentage. They were getting most of the rebounds but couldn't take advantage. West got off to a good start, moving the ball well inside to Steve Craig and Bob Riestis who helped the Maroons to an 18-12 lead at the end of the first period. Alton was 5 for 22 in the second quarter and West followed suit after hitting 8 for 15 the first quarter. The Maroons managed a 3-for-14 performance but still led at intermission, 28-23. Came the halftime message by Sterrett and it was apparent two minutes into the second half the Redbirds were using discipline Rick Minor, who didn't start but was te sparkplug with 12 rebounds and 10 valuable points, con- Explorers pussycats for Tigers, 43-28 By BOB HERTZ Telegraph Sports Writer The Marquette Explorers opened its doors to the Tigers from Lincoln of East St. Louis Friday night and once inside they purred like kittens. The Explorers weren't eager, hungry either, dropping a 43-28 basketball decision, that more resembled a swan song. Marquette's shooting game was as cold as the temperature outdoors. In its first game of the new year it hit a mere 9-of-46 field goals for an aggregate of .196. Making 19 tries from the line it hit 10 for .529. Then again the Tigers shooting percentages weren't all that impressive either. On 61 attempts from the field they connected on 18 for .292. From the stripe they went 7- of-18 for .389. The contest wasn't a runaway. The final tally was the highest lead held by the victors. Marquette never led and trailed after the first quarter, 13-9. The second period went by quickly. Only three fouls were whistled in the eight minutes of play but scoring was kept down as the Tigers out- pointed the Explorers by only 10-8. Turnovers hurt the scoring punch of both teams in the second period. Marquette caused five Tiger miscues in the stanza. Lincoln went on to count 13 for the game. Marquette turned the ball over four times in the second period and totaled 14 for the game. The score at intermission was 23-17 in favor of Lincoln. Third period action was even less dramatic. Both teams combined totaled 11 points. The Tigers were tops with seven. The Explorers in their four Neumann scores 37, Ole Miss tops State By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer Hot-shooting Johnny Neumann didn't match his eye- popping average but it hardly mattered to Mississippi. The Rebs outscored Mississippi State 83-74 and that, suh, is what really mattered. Neumann, the nation's leading scorer, poured in 37 points, missing his 42.8 season's average, but giving Ole Miss enough offense to whip it's arch rival. And beating Mississippi State is the whole idea for Mississippi so Neumann can't feel too bad. Top-ranked UCLA remained unbeaten with a 78-69 victory over Washington and Southern California, No. 4, took Washington State 78-68. They were the only members of The Associated Press Top Ten to see action Friday. In other major games, Florida State whipped Miami 114-106, Boston College topped Providence 83-71, St. Louis edged Cincinnati 68-67, Brigham Young stung New Mexico 72-62, Baylor dropped Southwestern Louisiana 93-90, Columbia defeated Yale 72-58 and Oregon whipped Stanford 82-72. The rivalry between Mississippi and Mississippi State is like the Army-Navy football matchups. Beat the other guy and the season is made.» That's why Friday night's showdown was so vital to both schools. Neither is a particular threat in the Southeastern Conference with Old Miss showing a 2-3 record and Mississippi State at 1-4. Neumann hit 15 of 33 shots from the floor and added seven of 10 free throws to lead the Rebels to their big victory. Dave Rhodes added 21 points for the winners and Dan Gunn had 14. Jack Bouldin and Bill Combs with 18 apiece led the losers. UCLA chalked up its 10th consecutive victory this season, opening defense of its Pacific-8 title. Sidney Wicks led the Bruins with 21 points and Curtis Rowe added 18 as UCLA broke through a deliberate Washington team. Steve Hawes led the Huskies with 30 points. Dennis Layton's 27 points led USC past stubborn Washington State. The Trojans, now 11-0, were greeted with a two-minute standing ovation by their home court fans and jumped to an 8-0 lead before State started to come back. State led by five points at the half but USC hung on and finally took the lead for good with six minutes remaining on Layton's bucket. Little Otto Petty was the big gun as Florida State jumped off to a 13-point lead and went on to whip Miami in a high-scoring affair. Petty, only 5-foot-7, threw in eight quick points as the Seminoles rushed to an 18-5 spread. The little guy finished with 15 points and 10 assists while teammate Ron King led all scorers with 34 points. Boston College rallied in the second half to whip Providence with Jim Schmid and Jimmy O'Brien doing the bulk of the job. Schmid had 19 of his 23 points after halftime and O'Brien finished with 28, raising his career total to 1,007. Carlos Martinez dropped in four points in the final 30 seconds to push St. Louis past Cincinnati. Martinez's basket and two free throws put the lock on the game for the Billikens, which got 27 points from Jim Irving. Jimmy Miller's 26 points helped Brigham Young get by New Mexico in a Western Athletic Conference game. Steve Kelly's jumper with 4:15 left in the first half gave BYU the edge for good. Kelly finished with 18. Prep writers' ratings (First place votes In parenthesis) (Prior to Friday) Pts. 1. Proviso East 10-1 (8) 220 2. Benton 9-0 (5) 212 3. Paris 9-0 (1) 199 4. Mendota 13-0 (1) 184 5. Thornrldge 10-1 174 6. Jollet Central 11-2 150 7. LaGrange 10-2 147 8. Peorla Rlchwoods 9-1 128 9. Carbondale 9-1 115 10. Granite City 7-3 92 11. Danville 10-3 88 12. Bloom 8-3 78 13. Morgan Park 11-2 73 14. Qulncy 8-3 60 15. University High (Normal) 10-1 46 16. Rock Island 7-2 39 Next In order: Champaign Central, Efflngham St. Anthony, St. Joseph Ogden, Marian Catholic. Others receiving votes (alphabetically): Belleville West, Breese Mater Del, Centralia, Chicago Christian, Chrlsman, East St. Louis Assumption, Elgin, Galesburg, Hales Franciscan, LaSallc- Peru, Moline, Mounds Meridian, Mt. Carmel, Notre Dame Nlles, Peorla Bergan, Rockford Auburn, Rockford West, Stephen Decatur, York. Cage Menu SATURDAY Granite City at Alton Marquette at Duchesne East St. Louis at Wood River Dupo at Civic Memorial Qulncy at Edwardsville Rockford Gullford at Colllnsvllle Cahokla at Belleville West Mascoutah at Jerseyvllle Belleville East at Qulncy CB Southwestern at Vlrden Pawnee at Greenfield Lebanon at Assumption Worden at Mulberry Grove Gillespie at Carllnvflle Michigan St. at Illinois SIU- Carbondale at Lamar Tech point period hit on l-of-10 from the field and went l-of-4 from the line. After three periods the Tigers held a 30-21 lead. Lincoln added some punch to its scoring attack as it counted 13 markers in the fourth quarter. It utilized a 4-of-9 performance from the field and hit on 5-of-8 from the stripe. Argie Johnson, and Mel White led all scorers in the game with 11 points apiece. Derrick Claxton, who stands at 6-7, was held to 10 points by the Marquette defense. He'll be heard from next year as he his only a junior. Brad Cunningham paced Marquette scorers with 10 points. From his center position he popped in 2-of-7 fielders while bullseyeing 6-of- 8 from the line. Lincoln evened up its record to 5-5 with the win. Marquette stands at 4-6. The Explorers move to St. Louis tonight as guests of Duchesne High School. FRIDAY -SHORTS: The Tigers' frontline stands at 6-7, 6-4, and 6-1 and since Marquette couldn't get the shot from underneath tbey had to shoot from far out all night. They did It without much success and Marquette coach Mike Matthews felt, "if our outside shooting was better we could have been right in the game." ..When asked what happened to his team Matthews replied, "You can't expect to beat anyone shooting 19 per cent from the field." ..Claxton ended up fouling out with 1:39 re m a i n i ng la the game-Officials Bill Redden and Charles Raich whistled 23 fouls in the contest with the Tigers caught on 13 occasions, Marquette 11...Overall Matthew thought "We (Marquette) had a lot of hustle but their (Lincoln) height really hurt us...Claxton had a time shooting free throws in the game. He wore the collar as he failed to connect on six tries... LIN. (43) M'QUETTE (28) fg ft pf gf ft pf Boochee Oil Mathcwa 323 German 1 0 1 Cunn'ham 262 505 Laughlln 0 0 1 510 Morr'sey 200 5 1 3 Rod'gucz 1 2 2 Claxton Johnson White Davis Barnhlll Dea. I 0 1 Schmidt 0 0 1 Schulz Harris 1 0 1 Hughes 000 Den. Harris 040 Totals 7s~7 13 Totals By Quarters: 1 2 LINCOLN 13 10 MARQUETTE 9 8 1 0 I 002 W'hauscr 000 trolled the rebounds, 6-7 Jim Johnson began getting lob passes from his mates and converted them into easy poppers from a 10-foot radius and Ron Caldwell continued being a thorn in the Maroons' side. Johnson took four shots in the quarter, hit four, Caldwell took five, hit four, and the tide turned. West held a 30-25 lead when the goal rush began. The Redbirds streaked to 12 points with Caldwell, Minor and Johnson doing most of the damage. The lead was quickly Alton's, 37-30. It was to be the Redbirds' the rest of the way. After the lead reached 10 points at 44-34, the Maroons cut it to six only to have Caldwell steal an in-bounds pass for an easy layup and a 48-40 marpin heading into the last quarter. "I told them to look for Johnson more in the middle" said Sterrett. They did and he retaliated with nine points as the Redbirds hit 10 of 14 from the field in their complete reversal of form from the first half. Caldwell picked up his fourth foul early in the last quarter (7:19 left in the game). It necessitated some changes by Sterrett. He moved the slender 6-1^ left- handed guard to the corner to "keep him out of foul trouble." It worked. Caldwell managed to hang on the rest of the way. Saddled with that fourth foul, he still managed to put in 11 more points and finished the contest with 30 points as he hit 11 of 18 from the field and all eight of his free throws. West couldn't keep up with the Redbirds in the last quarter and the lead continued to grow. Biggest margin was a 17-point bulge at 74-57 secords before game's end. Lefthander Craig led the Maroons in scoring with 18 points. Only one other Maroon — Jim Hackman — was in- double figures, with 13 points. Johnson, who hit seven of eight field goal attempts, wound up with 15 points. TAILEND TALES — Alton, which has been outrebounded only once this season (by East St. Louis), had a big edge in rebounds — 37-23. Minor led with 12 retrieves. He played despite having a sore throat. . . Alton had 20 turnovers to 11 for Belleville . . . From the field, Alton hit 28 of 59 for .475. The Redbirds shot a red-hot .720 from the field the second half with 18 baskets in 25 tries. . . West, for one of the few times this season, threw a J-22 zone defense at the Redbirds. It threw the home forces off-stride until that halftime adjustment. . . From the field, Belleville shot .387 on 24 baskets in 62 attempts .. . "Granite is really tough," warned Sterrett when asked about tonight's opponent. "That DeRuntz (Mike) is a good one. They might be even tougher than Belleville West." . . . Alton now has a 9-3 record; West is 7-4. B. W. (54) ALTON (74) fg ft pf fK ft pf Craig 823 Mills 2 2 I Burris 322 Minor 3 •) I Riestis 2 1 3 Johnson 7 1 2 Sch'enaee 332 Caldwell Hackman 6 1 3 Lott Kamper 204 Powell Russell Meh'ko 0 2 1 002 11 8 4 2 1 4 323 9 10 11 3 4 T 7 13—43 4 7—28 Totals 24 11 20 Totals 28 18 15 By Quarters: I 2 3 4 T SEVILLE WEST 18 10 12 10—5<l ALTON 12 II 25 26—74 Fouled in the act Chris Mills (50) of Alton goes up for a shot but is fouled by Belleville West's Fred Sclimaleiiseo (notice Schnialensee's left; hand wrapped around Mills' wrist) in Friday night's game. Under the basket is Ron Caldwell (12) of the Kedbirds while two West players, Steve Craig (45) and Dennis Kamper waitch (lie action. Eagles soar, 95-73 By DON MCT/GEK Telegraph Sports Writer BETHALTO — "We can't take Dupo lightly. They are on that bad of a club." So stated Civic Memorial coach Jim Carey hero Friday evening after his Eagles had chained up the Highland Bulldogs, 95-73. Dupo brings a 1-8 record to Bethalto tonight as they tangle with the Carcymen in an 8 o'clock Midwestern Conference clash. The Tigers are 0-4 in loop play. Friday night's action was also a conference affair and Civic Memorial look a firmer hold on the league's top spot with the win. The Eagles now stand 4-0 inside the conference. For all games this season CM's record is 8-4. For Highland it was its sixth loss to go with four wins. In conference play the Bulldogs are 1-2. It was the first contest of the new year for the Katies. Civic Memorial's last game action was against Freeburi; on Dec. 30 in the third place game of the Freeburg lloldiay Tournament. Carey commented, "1 was well pleased for it being the first game after the tournament. The eight day layoff didn't bother the Eagle shooting. They hit eight out of 14 shots in the initial quarter for a field goal percentage of .571. And although the game was tied six times in the first frame, Curtis Drake with seven and Dale Bottoms with six led the Eages to a 10-1(5 first, quarter margin. Highland fought back. With 4:24 left in the second stanza it, evened it out at 25-25. The game was knotted again at 27-27 and 20-2!) before the Eagles shot to a 118-20 lead with 1:52 remaining. By second quarter's end Highland had closed the gap to within four, but. Civic- Memorial stayed on top at halftime, 40-SO. In the second frame Dennis Jones led I he CM cause wilh seven markers. He was o v e r s h a d o w e d in point production by Highland's Mark Steincr who collected nine points. During the third period of play the Eagles outscored the visitors 24-1.1 to take a ID- point lead into the final frame, (54-51. Drake, working around the basket, with his usual finesse, popped in five fielders out of six attempts and added a charity toss for 11 counters. CM's Steve Shaw got into the scoring act in the fourth period. Tho >!) junior guard was 11 for 11 from the foul line in the stun/a. This, along with three earlier foul shots, gave him 14 of 14 from the charity stripe, lie also added two buckets to bring his fourth quarter total points to 15. The Eagles scored 31 points in the final frame to 22 for the Bulldogs. The guests had three players in double figures. Larry Mohmc had 20 counters and he was followed by Steincr with 17 and Curt Schroder with 14. Drake's 24 points led CM's four double digit scorers. Shaw finished with 22 markers and Jones was one off that pace with 21. Bottoms chipped in wilh 10 points. Civic Memorial pulled down 31 caroms while Highland latched onto only 18. HIGH SCHOOL LOCAL Alton 74, Belleville West 59 Lincoln (East St. Louis) 43, Marquette 28 Granite City 75, Wood River 64 Roxana 54, O'Fallon 47 Edwardsville 66, Collinsvllle 56 Civic Memorial 95, Highland 73 McCluer (St. Louis) 67, Belleville Enst 61 Southwestern 70, Bunker Hill 65 North Greene 88, Carrollton 71 Calhoun 67, Greenfield 45 Madison 72, Triad 61 Mater Dei (Breese) 79, Cahokla 73 Assumption 63, DeSmet 47 Avlston 82, Worden 68 Carllnvlile 58, Mt. Olive 55 Winchester 65, Routt (Jacksonville) 61 OTHERS Hlfthland-St. Paul 69, Mulberry Grove 32 Glenbnrd East 61, Addison Trail 3!) Mt. Cnrmel 81, Mendel Catholic Nnshvllle 55, .Duquoln 50 Red Bud 75. Marlssa 62 Aurora Enst 81, Elgin 49 Elgin Larkln 69, Aurora West 54 St. Charles 63, DcKnlh 59 Napcrvlllc 70, Whcaton Central 50 Wlllowbrook 80, Morton West 62 Geneva 80, West Chicago 63 Maine East 66, Hlnsdale Central 65 Rich Central 86, Thornton Fractional South 67 West Lcydcn 94, Downers Grove South 71 New Trier Wcsl 75, Glenbrook Noi-tJi 49 East Leyden 90, Hlnsdale South nnrrlngton 79, /.lon.-Benton 26 Lyons 85, Proviso West 53 Champaign Cent. 73, Decntur Elsenhower 63 Champaign Central 52, Urbnna Vnndalin 86, Pnna 62 Pnrls 82, Robinson 69 Newton 01, Charleston 55 Fnlrflcld 69, Olney 50 Cm-mi 59, Salem 56 Lnwrenccvllle 78, Flora 54 Mount. Cnrmel 68, Bridgeport 80 Southeast 82. PIHsflcdl 48 Lnnphler 72, Dccatur-MacArthur 60 Springfield 46, Dnnvllle 44 (ot) Jacksonville 92, Griffin 70 Glllesplo 101, Vlrden 56 Nokomls 03, Stnunton 38 Auburn 66, New Berlin 61 Glrnrd 50, Palmyra Northwestern 49 Rnymond-Llncolnwood 81, Pawnee 57 Dnrry 70, Perry 58 Efflngham 58, Lltchfleld 56 Shclbyvlllc 80, Greenville 57 Tnylorvllle 68. Hlllsboro 56 Nnporvllle 70,i Whcaton Central 50 Mnrlun Central 52, St. Edward 44 Thornton Fr. North 76, Crete- Monec 66 North Chicago 78, Dundee 48 Ottawa 02, Rochello 58 Southeastern 82, Mcredosla 57 Mncomb Western 72, Camp Point Central 71 Tnylorvllle 76, Easton 63 Bergnn 68, Enst Peorla 53 Peorln Central 61, Canton 57 Limestone 04, Peorla Manual 63 Pekln 55, Peorla Woodruff 51 Qulncy 76, GnlCBburg 65 Peorlu Rlchwoods 70, Peorlit SpiildliiK 68 Havana 54, Benrdstown 53 Macomb 78, Lewlslon 51 Mill-shall 76, Harrison 68 Farruttut 68, Cregler 55 Hnrluh 60, Bowen 38 Crane 94, Cooley 80 Carver 78, Vocational 69 Lincoln-Way 81, Homewood 85 Elmwood Park 35, Lake Park 32 Jollet East 69. Lockport West r,r. New Trier East 69, Nlles East HIGHLAND (71 ft! ft Frey 2 I •Schroder SIHniT MollllH' Sudhorr (iohrlK Lewis Dlesnn Moss 2 4 I 10 4 4 14 I) CM (Oil) i>r fK ft 3 notloms 4 Wall 5 Drake I Shaw 5 Jones 3 Woolard 0 Brunette 1 Tnlklnijloii o 0 Williams I 1 Meyers 3 III 0 0 0 25 23 23 Total I 2 HIGHLAND II! 20 CIVIC; MliM. lit 21 :in 2:1 IK .1 4 T I r, 22—7:1 •M ;n—1)5 SAN KltANCISCO (AP) — The Sari Francisco Giants will have artificial turf covering most, of the basupaths at, Candlestick Park In the 1!)71 baseball season. Oilers needed a bit hotter hand By JIM BELL Telegraph Sports Writer GRANITE CITY — Even though beaten and forced to play catch-up basketball all the way, coach Bob Knight of Wood River was the opposite of dejection here Friday night. Looking up to the Scoreboard, which signaled his Oilers as 67-64 losers to Granite City's victory- scourging Warriors, the man said: "I was tickled to death with the way we handled the ball," accented Knight, "but our shooting let us down. If we could've gotten a little hot it would've made a difference in this ball game." Early turnovers '— II hi all, of which M «f them were committed IB the •pettig half - shackled Wwd River. Thus, if the Oilers had played the first half as they did tite second, Knight's optimism would've been justified. Furthermore, encouragement lies in the fact that the Oilers, a hitherto first hlaf team, have turned matters around. Or, at least they did here. Granite City, Thanks to the hot outside shooting of guard Joe Wallace, who is as deadly shooting a basketball as he is kicking placements and field goals on a football field, caused Wood River's early fading. Wallace filtered four of six distance shots in the opening period, ballooning the Warriors from behind a 3-2 deficit into a 10-3 bulge, giving Granite City a lead it never released. The Warriors, gong for their seventh straight victory in their 9-3 season, were on top at all stopping points. It was 19-12; 39-26 and 52-40 at the quarter poles. Besides fattening their triumphant kitty, coach Don Deterding's charges upped their Southwestern Conference reputation to 3-2. Tonight, however, they'll meet their supreme test by Invading Alton, conquerors of hitherto unbeaten Belleville West In conference play. While the Warriors will be attempting to shoot down the high-flying Kedbirds, the Oilers, who are now 2-7 for the season and 0-4 in league, will entertain tough East St. Louis at home. Besides Wallace, the Wood Rlverites found veteran 6-foot- 3% Mike Deltuntz and 6-5 Terry Ripka too much to cope with on the front line. DeRuntz counted 25 big points as the game's leading scorer while pulling down 10 of Granite City's total 43 rebounds. He scored 10 of his markers in the all-important fourth beat. There again was another big difference Granite City's 43 rebounds to Wood River's 20. More emphatic and important was the Warriors' domination at their .>wn board where they carried away 21 for multiple chances at the wicker. Mind you, however, the Warriors, champions of the recent Pontiac holiday shootfest, didn't walk away with the Oilers. Fact is, Wood River fought back in the second half so effectively that it caused Deterding to scream for "time" and effuse a genera! "chewing out" of his underlings. And, human nature being what it is, everybody in the place was tuned-in on the tongue-lashing. Deterding didn't mince words nor soft- peddle his convictions, either. "If we'd handled the ball and passed as smoothly as we did then, we mlght've pulled It out," mused Knight. "Our passing In that hull (second) was the best we've had this season." Early in the fourth session, the Oilers, paced by Dennis Olston and Jerry I lingering, came within six points of catching the Warriors. Olston and Hiii«erin^ both converted Iwnus chances followed by Hindering slipping in behind Granite City's zone for a wide open lay up. That closed the gap to 52-46, the nearest Wood Hiver ever came to catching up. Ringerhig wound up with 23 points and Olston counted 2(1, most in the second half. Olston, for an example, hit the threads for 14 in the final quarter. Early foul trouble hampered their play, Knight believes, for both mijiht've been more productive when the Oilers needed it late. Olston fouled out with 14 seconds remaining. Oddly enough, neither team scored a rebound bucket hi the first luill. Granite City bugged five In the second, all second-shot rebounds, while Wood River hud a pair o! Uvo- sliot caroms imd a triple. Hill ('ulp. who did all of his four-point scoring in the first peiod, was the top Oiler re.hounde.r. lie had seven of Wood Uivcr's total 211, II off the offensive bank and nine defensively. 15 e s i d e s DeHunt/, the Warriors had double figure scoring from Wallace and Itipka, who had 17 and 15, respectively, liurris counted 10 as a third double digit shooter for the losers, who have now dropped five in a row. Granite City controlled the boards but came up short shooting-wise, both from the field and at the line. The Oilers hit 22 of 48 tries iifield for .45H and wore nearly perfect at the stripe, 20 of 24 for .Has. The Warriors lipped 28 of <)(i tosses for .424 and made 10 of 25 from the line, or .700. Although they erred 14 times in the opening half, the Oilers minimi/ed their boots to six in the final one for an aggregate of 19. (irunitv City was guilty of ID. W.It. (B4) G.C. (73) Cull) I. Ink Olslon Hun la Myers ,. ft pf I •> 4 Ulpka '.'. 3 2 K rails 874 ;>el<unU U 8 r> vVluulns 5 0 3 iVailuce 000 Dyer 0 0 U I 4 3 3 I 4 44 YEARS AS AQENT Madison County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE CO. STANKA GARAGE State Street North Alton Dial 466-M11 40 Thnrnrldso 80, Bloom BO Jollet Central 68, .lollet West 62 Thornton 78, Richards 53 LnSnllo-Pcru 8!), Strcutor 58 Princeton !i:i, Rock Fulls 57 Vuslton (St. Louis) !)3, Venice "Klnloch (St. Louis) 77, Lovcjoy 7(1 1< 73 (llbnult 73, St. John's 32 I.ockporl Central 63, Argo 55 Marian Catholic 70, Jollet Catholic 07 (OT) Gordon Tech 70, Mules Franciscan 59 Waterloo 57, Lutheran South (St. LoulB) 47 St. Patrick 72, Noire Dame 56 Downers Grove North 88, Riverside 68 Proviso East 61, Morton East 48 Kcwuncc 111, .Sterling 100 East Moline CO, Allcmun 50 Moline 00, Davenport, Iowa, Assumption 4K Hock Island 100, Davenport, Iowa, Central 78 Oulnry 70, GalcshurK (15 Malm: South 83, Nlles West 54 .Sandhill'}! HO, Kvoraruen Park 50 Lincoln 45, BloomliiKlon 37 Normal University 74, St. Teresa 62 Schltiriniin f>6. Puxton nil Pontiac r>2, Bloomlniiton Central Catholic 46 Waulu'Kan 58, Oak Park 38 Mundeleln nil, Crown 54 Eanl Aurora 81, IClK'n 41) Kvanston 76, Highland Park 6!) Hockfonl East 101, Helvlilere 60 Rockfonl West 81, Rockford Boylun 51 Korkfoid (iullford 71, Harlem 68 Auhurn 63, Freeport 61 Friday's College liuskclbull Uast Columbia 73, Yale 58 Jlrown 81, Cornell 68 Sou 11) Moi-lda St. 114, Miami, Flo. 106 llaylor 03, SW Louisiana 00 Mississippi 83, Mississippi St 74 MHlwit.il SI. Louis (1,8 Cincinnati 67 I ; ur West Portland St. 125, Alaska 82 Orufi'JD 82, Stanford 72 UCLA 78, Washlnuton un Portland 71, Weslmont, C'ul, 55 California 101, Oregon St. 100 (ot) UC Santa Barbara 81, Sun Join So. Cnl 78, WushliiBton St. US IK ft pi < 6 .') 0 000 Totals 22 20 18 Totals 281015 lly Quarters: 1234 T WOOD KIVKIl 12 14 16 24—64 CiRANlTliCITY 10 20 I'J 2:i— 75 FRONT-END ALIGNMENT We'll chock your alignment, correct cumber, oua- ter unit toi'-ln. • Complete Brake Lining Available • We have Walker 1 * Mufflers and Tailpipes • Goodyear Shock Absorbers Sold and Installed WELLS TIRE 00, I 838 E. Broadway, Alton

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