Journal Gazette from Mattoon, Illinois on November 28, 1969 · Page 7
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Home game against Butler Illinois CHAMPAIGN. HI. - Illinois' basketball team opens its 65th year of intercollegiate competition against Butler in Assembly Hall at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Despite significant losses from last year's squad, Mini are hopeful of a contender's role in the tough Big Ten. Coach Harv Schmidt's crew experienced no trouble with a taller freshman quintet last cagers open Tuesday . li; i ' .m .ev y wmMm Randy Crews 00 1 aSlSK wSmm Monday night, winning a 92-56 pre-season. exhibition. Now, the Illini are faced with a different problem, small, quick guards. Butler's 5-8 Steve Norris and 5-10 Bill Shepherd both are considered outstanding players. Best news for Schmidt is return of forward and co-captain Randy Crews, who missed the frosh game with a sprained knee. Crews' absence was no- i I J! , jiced, especially on the boards. His return will enable Schmidt to move co-captain Mike Price back to his normal position at guard. ' The other guard position remains unsettled, with two juniors making strong bids. Schmidt will start either Bob Windmiller or Rick Howat against the Bulldogs. No preliminary game is scheduled. Gates will open at 7 p.m. iliiiii 1-. ,1V- KitI ( I, !VH U -i . V- v'j M n.P Jlif '.' I'l hi - ! ii 'lii 'iJ'li nfl jsT'' Fred Miller Rick Howat Mike Price IIAC cage tourney Eastern battles CMU Monday BLOOMINGTON - NORMAL, III. Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference schools will get an early preview of their basketball race when the four league members gather here Dec. 1 and 2 for the second annual IIAC Tournament. Illinois State, the host school, is the defending tournament champion. The Redbirds" and Eastern Illinois, co-champions over the full season in 1968-69, are in opposite brackets of the tourney. EIU and Central Michigan open play at 7 o'clock the first night with ISU and Western Illinois meeting at 9. Illinois State and Eastern Illinois suffered heavy losses from their championship teams, so competition, for both the tourney and league titles should be wide open. ISU has only guard Jerry Named most valuable ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -Jim Mandich, captain of Michigan's Rose Bowl bound football team, was named the team's most valuable player Tuesday night at U-M's 49th annual Football Bust. The senior tight end, who is All-Big Ten, led the Wolverines in receiving with 42 catches for 583 yards and four touchdowns. However, he is also considered one of the best blockers around. Crabtree returning from its NCAA Great Lakes regional championship lineup, and will rely heavily on sophomores in bidding for a fourth straight league crown. Eastern Illinois is stripped of all its starters and, in fact, has just one letterman (guard Don Roberts) on its squad. The Panthers have a taller squad than last season's "Running Runts," with junior college transfers looming big.. Central Michigan and Western Illinois have the most proven talent with four returning starters each.- Central has a pah of outstanding vets in guard Paid Botts and forward Terry Walker, plus good sophs. Western has the only returning all-conference selection in forward Dan Braun, the league's ' top rebounder. Western also has the league's only new coach in Guy Ricci, a 16-year assistant who replaces 22-year coaching veteran Leroy "Stix" Morley. Dean of the conference coaches is Ted Kjol-hede, now in his 14th year at Central Michigan. Jim Collie is entering his 13th season at Illinois State, and Don Eddy his second year at Eastern Illinois The regular season conference race does not begin until next year. Eastern Illinois will be at Central Michigan on Jan. 3, 1970, for the opener. PltEliiiilll l vm I m t3 JLi i. ' i! I .i ,.I: . I yr,( 'V ! 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"We don't need just one good quarterback. We need at least two to make that position competitive next year," commented Towers after the Salukia ended the season last Saturday with a 41-7 decision over Southwest Missouri State. The victory gave SIU a 5-5 record for 1969. First stop for Towers was Kansas and a look at a couple of junior college quarterbacks. "I'D also be searching for somebody who can catch the football," Towers said. Fight set HALIFAX, N.S. (AP) - Bill Drover of Labrador City, Nfld., will meet Jimmy Christopher of Detroit in a feature 10-round heavyweight boxing match here Dec. 4, it was announced Tuesday. Teens on Wheels By Michael Lamm Decal remover will fake off racing stripes w 1 Vt - T 1 - 4 ATA I La J lU." Dear Mike: I have a 1960 British Ford Anglia 015-E. I recently had the clutch cover assembly, clutch disc, and release bearing replaced. The car now runs fine except on initial takeoff. Whenever I put the car in low or reverse, as I let out the clutch, I get a metal-to-metal rasping sound. This noise goes away once I let up on the pedal and the car is underway. The rest of the gears shift perfectly. The mechanic who overhauled the clutch took it down a second time and reexamined it, but everything looked okay. Any ideas? RASPER Dear Rasp: Possibly the clutch disc was put in back ward. Possibly you've got the wrong throw-out bearing, or maybe it wasn't put in right. Have any readers had similar experiences? Dear Mike: In 1956, I bought a new Chevrolet and have used it only for city driving. The car will soon have 19,000 miles on it. In all this time, I have never driven over 40 m.p.h. I would now like to give the car to my son, but my garageman tells me it will fall apart if it's driven at high speed. My question is this: Can anything be done to assure this car's continued smooth, safe, reliable running? GRANNY Dear Gran: There's no reason your Chevy should fall apart, exactly, but it might be a little stiff in the joints. If I were getting this car, here's what I'd do: 1) Have it checked by a diagnostic center, same as any used car purchase; 2) take it easy at first. But if you've had the car serviced regularly and have taken good care of it, there s no reason why it shouldn't be just fine. Dear Mike: Not long ago you asked for reader suggestions regarding the removal of racing stripes from car hoods, trunks, etc. Rubber-cement thinner should do the trick. You can trickle this under the striping after lifting a tiny edge. Try it first in an inconspicuous spot to be sure it doesn't raise the paint. Also realize that if the stripe has been stuck to the car for any length of time, it's possible that the sun has faded the nearby paint, so actually you'll never really remove the stripe. Anyway, good luck, Stuck. HELPFUL Dear Helpful: Thanks, Yet a other reader suggested something called Decal Remover, sold at dime stores. Dear Mike: Blue smoke coming out of the exhaust pipe doesn't necessarily mean bad rings or worn valve guides (you recently suspected valve guides in a reader's car). I have a 1961 Plymouth 318 that also smoked blue. I found though, that the oil-return holes under my rocker covers were plugged. This made tiny amounts of oil drain down the valve stems into the exhaust system. I poked out these holes with a coat hanger, and the engine hasn't smoked since. How 'bout that? CURED Dear Cured: Good of you to write. Thanks. (You can write to Mike Lamm at Room 601, 50 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, N. Y. 10020.) yMMM Worth 50 Extra This Coupon is Worth 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with a Purchase of $3.00 or More at any participating Clark Super 100 Stations, giving Top Value Stamps. Offer Good Through Dec. 3, 1969. Top Value Stamps O IMI TOP VALUC BNTKRPBIf (S. INC. Limit One Coupon Per Customer mum i Friday, Nov. 28, 1969 7 Mattoon JOURNAL GAZETTE Fan Fare T I PIPN'T THINK THERSI WERE ANY LEPT k WHIP'S IT rRCMf MOBILE HOME-TOONS v by Mike Finley "For that run down feeling .. . just TRY jaywalking." Why Don't You Save Her? I'm Going To FINLEY MOBILE HOMES Be Modern Live Mobile PHONE 234-3231 Highway 45 South, Mattooii, 111. DKAW BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1701 Broadway Avenue Mattoon, Illinois STATEMENT OF CONDITION OCTOBER 31, 1969 ASSETS Real Estate Loam: Direct Reduction Loans $4,284,889.35 Share Loans Real Estate Sold on Contract Real Estate Owned or In Judgment . . Federal Home Loan Bank Stock 34,025.00 38,782.99 5,056.83 55,000.00 U.S. Government Obligations 359,942.69 LIABILITIES Capital: Share Accounts $4,537,196.67 Other Investments 95,000.00 Cash on Hand and in Banks 300,859.18 Office Building (Net) Furniture I Fixtures (Net) Deferred Charges 14,999.12 2,256.06 33,504.98 loans In Process Other Liabilities Specific Reserve General Reserves & Undivided Profits General Reserves 456,283.50 113,497.06 9,725.97 1,605.19 Undivided Profit 106,007.81 $5,244,316.20 562,291.31 $5,224,316.20 I, the undenlrned, a public aocounUnt, appointed by the Board of Directors, having made an audit of the books and accounts of the Okaw Building and Loan Association have prepared therefrom the foregoing statement of assets and liabilities. In my opinion the statement as prepared by me is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, and presents fairly the position of the Association at the date shown and the results of its operations for the fiscal year. Dated at Paris, Illinois, the 13th day of November, 1969. C. DONALD LARSSON, Certified Public Accountant Member of the Federal Home Loan of Chicago and Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Illinois 8avings and Loan League and United States Savings and Loan League OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES D. D, Byars, President R. L. Poehler, 1st Vice-President T. E. Miller, 2nd Vice-President Robert O. Severns, Secretary-Treasurer II. O. Severns, Asst. Secretary-Treasurer Mary E. Scott, Teller-8tenographer Terree L. Cobb. Teller-Stenographer Norris L. Gill. Teller-Loan Clerk Fred H. Kelly, Teller-Loan Clerk DIRECTORS Richard L. Poehler Loren J. Kabbcs Douglas D. Byars J. Rex Hovlous Robert O. Severns Thomas E. Miller Harold H. Wayner Mtmbor P.D.I.C. 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