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8 I'Hb kfclalbl fcK-NfcWS — Ml. VfcKNUN, ILLIIMUIS MONDAY, UfcCfcMBbR 2, 1963 ALTON SLUGS RAMS 91-70 SCARED BUT SCORED Terry G amber Scores 30 Redbirds Hit .500, Pull Away To 23-10 Margin At Quarter CARDS OFFER RAY SADECKI FOR F. ALOU THE PREP SCORES Ram Sophs Beat Alton After a shaky first half, the Mt. Vernon Ramlets triRcerecl a 21-pnint third quarter to nans a 51-18 defeat on Alton's junior varsity team last Saturday night at Alton. The victory evened Mt. Vernon's slate at 1-1, all in non- conference action. The local sophs played without the services of Bill Clark and Tommy Smilhpeters, who are on the injured list. Pivotman Danny Hester paced the Ramlets wtih 17 points and displayed aggressive play , under the boards. Waller Posue finished with 15 points and provided the front court defense for the younc Rams. Larry .Mills took scoring ! honors for the Alton junior var- jsity with 15 points. Teammate I Fred Taylor, a specialist on the i drivinc lav-up, chipped in with j 13 tallies. I The teams matched baskets in the first two low-scoring quarters. Poor outcourf shoot- inK and lack of offensive rebounding hampered Mt. Vernon's chances of breaking the Shooting at a torrid clip from the field, the red-hot Alton Redbirds and Darrell McGibany ripped the Mt. Vernon Rams, 91-70, in a non- conference clash at Alton Saturday night. McGibany sparked his Alton cluh to victory with 35 points. The veteran guard demonstrated his backcourt shooting ability by collecting 14 baskets in 20 shot attempts. McGibany also made seven out of eight free throw attempts to compile his impressive total. Coach Herman Edwards' Alton quintet racked up 35 field goals in 70 tries for a sizzling .500 average. The Vcrnois connected for 25 two-pointers in 57 attempts for a respectable .437 mark. Terry Gnmbrr dropped in 30 points for one of the best scoring nights any individual has had in recent years on a local cage team. The Ram junior gathered nine baskets and sank 12 charity tosses out of 15 chances. .,. „ n ! game wide open. Alton now owns a 2-0 season \ T i n.,,,,i ',„ ,„ . . record, having downed Christian of T ??*:T^"*'^^^ Brothers of Quincv. S5-52. last, °" m 1 lls ™°,,, 1 th "' fI Friday night.^oach Bud Born- S n , ^ ^VtT mark for the campaign. noims Mt Vcrnm staverf ^ 23-10 First Period la . ,c Rodbird rallies to claim the win. The Redbirds roared out 1o a Coach Frank Chornak's cag- 23-10 quarter lead hefore the • er s will host Centralia's Sophs Vernois could begin to halt their i in a conference tilt at Vcrnois offensive attack. Mt. Vernon ' Gym next Friday night, gradually closed in during the second stanza, and at one point trailed Alton by a 31-27 margin. 1 However Alton caught its j breath and once again took com- i mand to coast to the win. ' Mt. Vernon shot for the bet- ; ter percentage at the free throw line. The Rams made 20 one-pointers in 31 tries for a .645 average. Alton bagged 21 ; free ones in 34 attempts to end up with a .618 mark. Jones, Kirk Hit '17 Gary Jones turned in a fine came for the locals and scored ; 17 points. Reserve guard Bill Kirk netted five field goals be-1 fore fouling out. Forwards • Eddie Edwards and Bob O'Dell I each drew four fouls and did; not play their usual offensive 1 game for Mt. Vernon. Besides McGibanv's 35-point i effort, George Terry hit big in the scoring column with 24 points. Teammate Larry Jef- < fries halved that total and rebounded well. Bev Terry and! Dave Wilson, Alton's other i starters, scored eight and seven ; points respectively. ; Rock Island 48, Quincy 47 East Moline 71. Rock Island Allcman 68 East Rockford 59. Moline 51 Galesburg 82, Peoria Manual 45 Feitstans 56. Quincy Christian Bros 39 Jacksonville 73. TVnlorville 45 Pana 61, Kincaid 42 Lincoln 58. Mt. Pulaski 56 Glenbard West 64, Aurora West 52 Arlington 52. Barrington 48 Kankakee 58, Rich East 41 Proviso East 70. Prospect 57 East St. Louis 60, Decatur MacArthur 41 Hutsonville 50. Oblong 48 Danville 58, Paris 37 Decatur Eisenhower 61, Mater Dei 53 Sparta 71, Madison 66 Anna - Joncsboro 81, Carbondale U. School 19 Centralia 72. Carbonriale 46 Herrin 72. Johnston City 67 Wesl Frankfort 53, Zciglcr- Royalton 40 BOX SCORE: Mt. Vernon Bunchmw ... Hester Poque .._ Baldwyn Williamson Grant Large Young Wilderman Beck Jones TotaK Alton Taylor J. AAcGllbany Pitts Dooley Mills Campbell Lahr R. McGibany . Totals QUARTERS: Mt. Vernon Alton FG 7 7 . 5 . 7 . i . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 0 . 0 FT 1-2 3-8 5? 3-4 00 00 00 2-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 20 U-25 54 FG . 4 . 3 . 2 . 0 . 6 . 0 2 . I FT 5-8 0-0 1-2 0-3 3-5 0 0 3-3 0-0 Giants "Interested" But Want More. Birds Release Carl Sawatski. By .IOK TtEKHI-KR ' Associated Press Sports Writer SAN DIEGO. Calif. (AP) — : High level trade discussions invoking front liners Felipe Alou, Bill Skowron, Jim Bunning. Jim Kaat, Ray Sadceki and Claude Osteen gave promise of several major player transactions today .as the National Baseball Association officially opened its 62nd 'baseball convention. : The most sought after player i appeared to be Felipe Alou, the | star right fielder of the San ' Francisco Giants. At least two clubs, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Detroit Tigers, have made overtures for the 28-year- old Dominican Republic native • who batted ,2-Sl, hit 20 homers and drove in 82 runs last season. St. Louis has offered Sadceki. their promising 23-year-old southpaw, who divided 20 decisions with the Cards, winning four of his last five decisions. The Giants, on the lookout for a starting left-hander, expressed interest but asked the Cards to "sweeten'' the offer. The other proposed dca! involving Alou is more compli: cated. The Tigers would like to have Alou but do not have a i i left-hander the Giants consider I of equal value. The Giants, on ! tho other hand, are interested in .Minnesota southpaw Jim Kaat. : The Twins are looking for a ;starting right-hander. 1 "We would like to have Jim Bunning of Detroit and the Ti- i gei-s are interested in Alou," a i Minnesota spokesman said. "I 'understand Calvin (Calvin Grif-i League title picture today—with fith, owner ot the Twins) has of-j two weeks to go, there arc only sL\ teams left with a chance to win. .Vnd to tie. The Pittsburgh only win or lose- many ties to tie. Action over the long weekend produced three tics in seven games, believed to lie a record dating way nack be>oiiu nic days when sucn as Kenosha, Hammond and Stepleton. for ex­ ilic league. Chicago Bears Huntress Linda Lunsmnu, 10, high vliiiol student of Dallhury. Wis,, was hunting deer, Nov. '!<!, and bagged tills <>:5,->- pound black bear. Si\ men helped I.hub's lather, Harvey, drag the carcass out of the woods. The bear was brought do\wi willi her 30-30 rifle. (AT Win-photo) Charley Johnson Takes The Blame I 32,531See Bro wn And Browns Wreck Big Red Bears Lead Packers By Half Game Six Teams By Associated Things clearer in JIM BLXKEK Press Sports Writer were considerably the National Football By STANDINGS * National Football league THIO ASOCIATKD PKKSS j Eastern Conference W I. I fcred Kaat to the Giants for Alou with the intention of sending Alou to the Tigers in exchange for Bunning." A trade between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Washington Senators appears imminent. The Dodgers are said to have offered Skowron and an unidentified player to the Senators for Osteen. Washington's ace left­ hander despite his !l-l 1 record. More trade talk was expected today when the club officials ample, were in gather for the annual draft. Sunday, ihc just five with a chance Stcclcrs -they have can too 18 12-21 48 9 II Big 10 Cage Teams Sweep SevenGames Rams Lead 4-1 Mt. Vernon took the opening! tip and quickly took a 4-1 lead \ on goals by Jones and Camber. However, Alton's George Terry drilled two buckets to give Alton the lead then, and for the remainder of the evening. Walt Petersen and Jones helped Mt. Vernon close to within one point, 9-8. But Mc­ Gibany poured in five straight points to spark his team to the big 23-10 Quarter lead. 40-29 At Halftime I i The locals charged back and, riding on a fast break offense, came within four points of the Redbirds, 31-27. The hosts slowed the Rams clown and gradually pulled away to a 40-29 lead at intermission. Alton hung on to its lead and kept the foul-plagued Rams from threatening the rest of the game. Mt. Vernon never came within nine points of catching Alton in the final half as the Redbirds held the contest out of reach. Coach Bornman indicated some changes in the starting line-up might be made before the Friday night conference opener against Centralia. The locals hope to avenge last year's 101-63 defeat from the state runner-ups. Mt. Vernon (70) SA FCi FT TP! Camber 19 9 12 301 Edwards 7 1 2 4 1 Petersen 4 2 0 4 O'Dell 2 0 0 0 ! Jones 12 7 3 17 Kirk 7 5 0 10 Wielt 2 0 0 o Dodson 0 0 0 0 Gunnell 3 1 3 5 Peacock 10 0 0 Bumpus 0 0 0 0 Anderson 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 57 25 20 70 Illinois Over Butler, Indiana Whips SIU; Caziie Russell Hits 30. The Senators, having first pick because of iheir last place finish in the American League >\ere expected to select one of two pitchers, Camilo Estevis of AlbtK|uerque or Howard of Syracuse. The draft was divided into two groups. The first selection was to oe made from veteran j minor leaguers at a cost of $25,< 000. Most of the activity, how': ever, was expected to center j around the first year draft, 1 which includes young bonus players signed after Dec. 1, \%2. These mav be acquired for the SS.000 price. Last year, I he majors selected X players at a record outlav of . SG9 .1 .000. Of these, 45 were first year men. The Cards announced Sunday ihey had given veteran catcher second l 'i -17 tie in time with Miuncso- Bears one-half the West over Packers, who on Thanksgiv- arc 9-1-2. Un­ placed their a row, this la. That left the game in front in the Green Bay Koplitz tied Detroit 13-13 : ing. The Bears Packers 9-2-1. In the East, the Cleveland Browns broke up the three-way deadlock at the top by trimming the St. Louis Cardinals 21-10. The New York Giants kept pace with the Browns by scratching piisi Dallas 31-27, as old Y. A. Tittle set an NFL career record of 197 touchdown passes. The Browns and Giants are 9-3 each. The Slcelers played their third tie of the season and second of the year with Philadelphia, this time 20-20. That left St. Louis and Pitts- New York Cleveland St. Louis Pittsburgh Dallas Washington .. . Philadelphia Western Chicago Green Bay Baltimoe Los Angeles Del roil Minnesota San Fr'in.'isco Sunday' Ball irnore Cleveland 21, Los Angeles co 17 Minnesota i lie i New York 31, Philadelphia 2 (tie* S-iturday Green Bay at Sunday's Clevel ind •Minnesota :; 9 .. 3 9 2 S Conference 9 1 ... 9 2 I) (i .li 2 10 * Results Washing St 21. Pet. .750 .«•< ;T .fi'iT .90(1 .501 .117 i 20 ton Louis 10 San Francis- 17, Chicago 17 Dallas 27 Pittsburgh (iame .os An'-ieles (iniues at Detroit at Baltimore Defending National Champs Open Tonight; Minnesota Pulls First Upset, Coach George llvl -Mid 's Ramblers ironi ('nica40 l.o\ol,i w\\\ have four returning starteis in th-ir lineup toui-Jit when ihe: open lelcnsc of then national coile .jiaic basketball championship agaiiM North Dakota. Only All-America Jerry Ilark- II'-NS , who graduated, is iost f'-L-Mi lb'- nam thai compiled a record and ui'sei rmcainati Philadelphia at St. Louis Pittsburgh at Dallas San Francisco at Chicago Washington at New York i Carl Sawatski i release. his unconditional CHICAGO (AP)—Getting off to a surprising clean sweep of; games Saturday, Big Ten has- j ketball teams will try to keep I up their undefeated record Mon- • day. I With four games scheduled at j home, Big Ten teams should retain their perfect record if Min-1 nesota is victorious at Houston ; Monday. , Other Monday night games | find South Dakota at Iowa. Tu- j lane at Michigan, Butler at; Ohio State and Kent State at . Wisconsin. ' The Big Ten's clean sweep in \ opening games Saturday saw' Indiana defeat Southern Illinois 80-65: Michigan State wallop Northern Michigan, 109 - S6; Northwestern edge West e r n Michigan, 80-7S; Ohio State trounce Davis of California 6S- 42; Illinois down Butler 59-52; Michigan trounce Ball State 9076 and Minnesota get by tough Kansas State, 76-66. All • American Gar;' Bradds scored 20 points in Ohio State's victory but one of the big surprises was the 24 points scored by Larry Cooper of Indiana. Cooper also grabbed 17 re-, bounds to lead his team in both; departments. Cooper Ls 6 -1001 -7' and came to Indiana from Hutchinson, Kans. Northwestern was the only; | team which ran inlo difficulty ; Saturday and Rich Falk settled ; it with a 25-foot basket as the i buzzer sounded to give the Wildcats their triumph. Falk whippel in 32 points for i Northwestern. Skip Thoren led ! Illinois with IS and Daz/.ie Rusi sell, the man who can lead Michigan to the Big Ten title, scored 30 lor the Wolverines. George Bork Fires 3 TD's For Bowl Win EXCELSIOR SPRINGS. Mo. (API—George Bork and Northern Illinois didn't change any | scripts when the Huskies defeated Springfield (Mo.) State in the Mineral Bowl Saturday. Tho final score was 21-14 as the nation's No. 1 small college team lived up to the pressure of an undefeated season. Bork, who rewrote the NCAA records in passing, was in command. He threw three touchdown passes and completed 27 of 41 attempts for 314 yards. Bork's first touchdown pass was to Ed Janoski for 42 yards and a 7-0 first quarter lead. The game was tied at the half 7-7. Bork then threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Hugh Rohr- schneider in the fourth period to break the tie and sewed up the game with a 40-yard scoring pass to Dave Broderick. Fight Results Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RENO, Ncv.—Eddie Machen, 191 1 -... Berkelcv, Calif., knocked out Dave Bailey, 200, Philadelphia, S. burgh tied lor second, the Cards at 8-1 and the Steelers at 6-3-3. In other Sunday games, Los Angeles won its third straight, 21-17 over San Francisco, and Baltimore whipped the Washington Redskins 36-20. In the American Football League, San Diego defeated [Houston 27-0, New York beat Kansas City 17-0 and Boston (whipped Buffalo 17-7, Sunday. Underdog Minnesota did everything to the Bears except beat them. The Vikings held Chicago to 22 yards rushing in the first half and led 17-3 at intermission, as Ron VanderKel- en guided the team in place of injured Fran Tarkenton, and completed his first NFL touchdown pass. The Bears battled back in the third quarter on a 49-yard march to close the gap and then got the break of the game. Tommy Mason fumbled on the Viking 11, and two plays later Bill Wade hit Joe Marconi on a j touchdown pass for the tie. j Frank Ryan returned to form for the Browns and Jimmy Brown blasted his own season rushing record. Ryan, benched two weeks ago when Ihe Cardinals trimmed the Browns, riddled the St. Louis defense for 210 yards, and Brown gained 179 yards on 29 carries. Jimmy also took the league scoring lead with 90 points, as he scored two touchdowns from close in. The Browns wrapped up the Texas Is Lone Major Untied By THE ASSOCIATED PltF.SS The nation's list of unbeaten, untied college football teams was reduced to 1,8 this weekend with defeats suffered by the College of Emporia and Southwest Missouri. Empot '.4 was blasted by St. John's, 'inn., also unbeaten and untied. 51-0 in an NAIA semifinal playoff, while Southwest Missouri fell before Northern Illinois, 21-11 in the Mineral Bowl. Texas, top-ranked in the nation and heading for the Cotton Bow, is the only major team on the list. The Lorighoms have completed a 10-0 regular season record, their first perfect mark since 1920. getl- Min- Kan- sur- garne in the first half with a 21-3 lead. Brown broke his own record of 1,527 yards set in 1958 as he run his total to 1,677 yards with two games to go. look Wyoming Tittle threw for two touch-1 Stallworih got downs against the Cowboys for I State, No. 7, in the NCAA finals last Near. I So it's no surprise that the ! talented Ramblers are heavily : favored to repeat as the nation 's best in The .Y --ocia|. d ; Press' pi'e -;rison poll. They're 1 lop-sided favorites to win their opener againsl little North Da- M-.oia, which ahscrbrd an SO -50 I drubbing from DePaul Satur; day. The opening night results crab.' followed form, with nesola's 76-lit) victory over sas Slate the only major \r. ise. The Violets of NYU. ranked second in the AP poll, also open this week along with the sixth- ranked Sun Devils of Arizona Slate and ihe No. 10 Oregon State Beavers. NYU opens Wednesday at Cornel. Arizona State on Tuesday against Western New Mexico at Home and Oregon State at Washington Slate tonighi. The latter game was postponed from Saturday. The other teams in the preseason top ten. the Cincinnati Bearcats, the Duke Blue Devils, the Wichita Wheatshockers. ihe Ohio State Buckeyes, the Michigan Wolverines and the Kentucky Wildcats all scored impressive victories on opening night. Cincinnati, No. 3. crushed George Washington 101-65 behind Ron Bonhani's 31 points Duke, No. 4, 1 State 92-62 as lied 25 points. By .MIKE TxKCHT Associated Press Sports Writer ST. LOUIS (API — Neither Blanton Collier of Cleveland or Wally Lemm of St. Ixuiis would say it. but they didn't have to. The Browns' 21-10 victory Sunday over the Cardinals told the story: Cleveland still is in the Eastern Division race in the National Football League and the Cardinals appear out of it. The triumph kept the Browns in a first-place tie with New York, each with 9-3 records. St. I/mis fell into a third-place deadlock with Pittsburgh, a game behind the leaders. Only two games remain. But anything can happen in the NFL and both coaches refused to count themselves in or out. "We're not completely out of j it if we can win those next i two," Lemm said. "But Detroit has to beat Cleveland, Pitts- ' burgh has to defeat New- York. ; All we can do is win the last , two and hope for the best." Collier looked ahead to th" Lions next week. "We have lo beat them fiisl before meeting: Washington," lie said. II the Browns plav like they ! did Sunday, they should have little trouble. ' : "It was our best defensive ef. , fori in a long tune." he said. "We were trying to get as much ; rush as possible from the front four so that our linebackers \ could help on Pass coverage ! and help the linemen against : runivn •. "Even thing clicked beautifully." The statistics proved his point. Cardinal quarterback Charley Johnson, who led the league in I passing yardage and completions, could connect only nine limes in 'J7 tries, for 58 total yards against the ferocious rush of the Browns. It was a far cry from the 2S5 yards on 25 completions when* St. Louis beat Cleveland two weeks ago. Johnson, covered with bruises after the game, took the blame. "They cut off the inside pass they gave us in Cleveland." he said, "but that left the outside piss and I failed to take advantage of i'. "1 didn't help with my throwing either." St. Loirs appeared to be moving toward a last finish late in the thud peiiod after marching s:; yards to pull wilin 21-10 and then blocking a field goal attempt and pushing Cleveland 'hack to Hs 21. 'Ihe crowd of 32.531, largest eeer io S ee a football game in St. Louis, roared its approval. But John S.wiiank was caught roughing the kicker, giving the IVowns a first down and gi t- ting Iheni out of a hole. "Something went out of us on , lliat penalty." Johnson said. The Browns completely dominated the game until then as Frank Ryan passed them to i 21-3 halftime margin with the aid of Jimmy Brown's record- breaking I 'Ushis. U\an passed 23 yards to Rich Kreitiing for one touchdown and set ti|) two short scoring rushes by Brown with his passes. He liit 10 of IS attempts for 210 sards. Blown ran for 17!) yards in 29 carries as he broke the season rushing total of 1,527 he set in 195S. He now has 1,677 yards. Illinois Is ! Logical Team To Send West CHICAGO (API - Illinois is the only team the Big Ten should send lo the Rose Rowl lo face Washington in Pasadena New Year's Day. Not only did Ihe Illini win the conference championship to qualify for the hid, but if it | ! hadn't been for Coach Pete El-. I liott's youngsters, the Big Ten j would not have fared so wll i against opponents of the Big i Six. i Illinois, which lakes a 7-1-1 I record against Washington's 6| 1. defeated California 100 and UCLA 18-12. This gave the Big 'Ten a 3-2-1 record against Big 'Six Iocs. ; That's rather poor considering that 111" Big Ten finished 15-7-1 against non-conference opponents. Southern California, which finished in a tie for : the Big Six title but yielded the bowl bid because of a loss to ! Washington, defeated Michigan Slate 13-10 and Ohio Slate 32-3. That was quite a feat for the Trojans since Michigan Stale finished second to Illinois alter losing lo the Illini 13-0 and Ohio State ended third. I Washington met only one Big iTen opponent and lost to Iowa, ; 17-7, one week after Iowa had battled Washington State to a 11-11 tie. However, Washington deflated Washington State Sal- uiday 16-0 io grab the bowl bid which all means little can be I determined from comparative ;scores. American Footbal ll.raguc Eastern Division W I. 6 5 .... 6 5 . 5 5 5 6 l)i\ ision Pel. .500 . 155 .SIS ,i;.',a Houston Boston New York Buffalo Western San Diego ;i 2 0 Oak! aid .710 Kansas Cilv . ..2 7 2 .222 Denver 2 S I .200 Sunday's U-sults San Diego 27. Houston 0 Boston 17, Biifialo 7 New York 17. Kansas City 0 Sunday's aines San Diego at Oakland Denver at Kansas City Boston at Houston New York at Buffalo Bowl Bids Depend On Army-Navy Middies Won't Consider Post-Soason Game If They Lose To Cadets. By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sporls Writi -i The majority of the majoi college football bowl berlhs still unlilled hinge on just one game —Army-Navy. When thai one is decided, the Cotton Bowl visitors' spot will ho filled—either h .v Navy or Pin. And when Ihe Cotton Bowl is decided the others are exiiecle 1 to fall iii line nisi lilc knocking over Hie In si of a low of dominoes. lb re's the way il works: The Rose. Sugar. Orange and Bluebonnet bowls have Iheir teams. Slill io be filled are ihe visiting roles in the Cotton and Gator and belli s|*>l.s in Ihe Liberty. Second-ranked Navy is Ihe top contender for the Cotton Bowl berth, hill won't go if it loses to Army in their classic clash m Philadelphia on Saturday. It mav not go even if it wins. !•"'iflh-rankcd Pill is the No. 2 contender with an S-l record and with one game to go, against Penn Stale Saturday. Pitt, however, also is considered a candidate for some of the oilier bowls, so they all must awail the outcome of the Army-Navy clash. The Middies definitely won't go if they fail in Iheir bid for their fifth straight victory over Army. If I hey win, the whole delicate situation will land in lap of the Pentagon and may even end up on Ihc desk of President Johnson. 1 If Navy doe.sii'l go, Ihe honor almost certainly will go to Pitt, which has lost only lo Navy and marked tip its eighth victory wilh a 31-20 decision over Miami. Fla. Saturday night. Washington won its way inlo I the Rose Bow) on the running of full 'i;i <'k Junior Coffey in a hi-0 liiuniph over Washington stale that sealer! Ihe Big Six tide Saturday. The Huskies take only a ti-l mark inlo the ganir? against Big Ten champ, Illinois, i 7-1-1. Best Cowboy I .OS ANGELES (API — Calf- roping wizard Dean Oliver displayed his championship style by winning the 1963 all-around cowboy title despite a couple of had breaks Sunday at the National Finals Rodeo. . > v tS3 *'-CSB* - J!£2>>-* 1 *S>>-r 197—one more than mark set by Bobby the career Lay ne. ma at Bradds Davis net I ing humbled Penn Jeff Mullins lal- Wichita, No. 5, 82-67 as Dave 36 points. Ohio thumped Califor- 68-62 with Gary 20 points. Alton (01) SA D. McGibany 20 Wilson B. Terry G. Terry Jeffries Taylor Mills Jarrett J. McGibany Roberts 6 .. 8 09 .TO .. 0 .. 1 .. 3 .. 0 ... 0 FG 14 2 IT 5 0 0 1 0 0 FT TP 7 35 3 f) 0 0 0 7 8 24 12 0 2 0 0 Bowling TOTALS 70 35 21 91 Quarters: Mi. Vernon 10 Alton 23 10 16 17 27 25—70 24—91 By lliuli School Football 11IK ASSOCIATED P Saturday's Results Chicago City Title St Rita 42, Vocational 7 RES HIGH GAMES: Sonnv Russell 191; Richard Mullinax 178; Stephen Smith 168; Jeanne Culli 182; Dclnris Poston 170; Pat Irvin 167. HIGH SERIES: Sonny Russell 517; Richard Mullinax 4S1; i Stephen Smith 435; Pat Irvin 1453; Deloris Poston 449; Jeanne Culli 437. Standings W L Casey Ave 25 17 Mt. Calhrine 25 17 Logan III 24'i 17'j j Logan IV 24 IS . Logan II 20 22 . 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