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i' ft THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Whip DuQuoin, Metropolis Marion, Benton Open Cage Season With Wins WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1963 ROSE QUEEN FINALISTS SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — East St. Louis took its first turn- hie Tuesday in the warmups for the Illinois High School basketball season. The season starts in earnest with the holiday tournaments. Madison knocked the Flyers 71-54. leaving them with a 50-50 record. East St. Louis Lincoln won 77-52 over Venice Lincoln. Decatur, one of last season's higher ranking teams, started oft the 1963-&J season with a 7261 victory over Pontiac. In the Chicago area, DuSable cracked out a 105-54 win over Freiger and Crane stunned Englewood 82-25. Bloomington topped Clinton 73-1S. In a game with Trinity of Bloomington, Peoria Spalding bowed 53-47. South Seven fans saw Marion overcome DuQuoin 70-60 while Benton topped Metropolis 58-50. In the southeast, Newton edged Effingham 60-58 FELIPE ALOU TO MILWAUKEE Braves, Giants In Seven-Player Swap Bowling Lavvrenceville whipped Robinson 61-41. Monmouth defeated Aledo 6745. INDUSTRIAL, LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Don Anthony 235-214; Art Hulbert 226-226214; Don Shafer 223; Bob Wallace 221-216; Bill Shroyer 217; Walt Thrasher 214; Everett Huston 211-203; Jim Ranmar 206-201; Oscar Stockton 202. Bill Piper 200; Don Chapman 203; Tom Puckct.t 205. HIGH SERIES: Art Hulbert 666; Bob Wallace 595: Don Anthonv 574; Everett Huston v ">"; 570; Don Shafer 566; Jim Ran Records Fall To YAT Tittle, Jimmy Brown NEW YORK (AP) - Y. A. Tittle and Jimmy Brown each snapped one of the more coveted recoitte in the National Football League book Sunday, and retained their leads in NFL passing and rushing. Johny Unitas of Baltimore made the biggest advance in the statistical tables, released today. He jumped from fourth to second among the passers, on a fine performance against the Washington Redskins. Old Y. A. threw two touchdown passes as the New York Giants scratched out a comeback victory over the Dallas Cowboys, and set a career record in that department. He now has 197, one more than Bobby Layne threw in a long career at New York, Detroit and Pittsburgh. Brown ran for 179 yards in the big Cleveland victory over St. Louis, and made his season total 1,677, with two games left. He set the old record, 1,527 yards in 1958. Brown also scored twice to take over the scoring lead with 90 points on 15 touchdowns. Bobby Joe Conrad of St. Louis remained the leading pass receiver with 60 for 763 yards. Bobby Mitchell of Washington has the most yardage, 1,140 and Terry Barr of Detroit leads in touchdown passes with 11. T, 17 18 IS 20 21 21 23 Standings W Dairy Brand 31 Hub 30 Ky. Fried Chicken ...30 Crown Finance 28 Wides .27 Register - News 27 Brass Kev 25 Ranmar Tire 24% 23'A Javcees 2\ 24 Courtesy Cleaners 21 27 Frostie 20 28 Eagles 1" % 30 Mi Kiwanls 17 31 Vernols 14 34 8-BA1X, LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Florice Poore 198-186; Katie Swinnen 188: Bettv McDonald 178; Ethel Manion 174; Shirley Pettit 172; Marv Ann Lvbargcr 169. HIGH SERIES: Florice Poore 505; Shirlev Pettit 482; Betty McDonald 479; Ethel Manion 449; Betty Lipps 443; Marilyn Baracer 441. A. Harpole 1-2-7-8; B. McDonald 5-10; J. Hall 210; B. Wall 2-10; K. Swinnen 5-8-10. Standings W L Jo-Ella Shop 34 11 Keele Milling Co 31 14 Lipps" Construction 20 25 Hunt Construction 20 25 Big Star 20 25 Skell Gals 19 26 Harry's Market IS 27 Pep Drilling 18 27 Dick Butkus Is Lineman Of Week By WILL GRIMSLEY Associated Press Sports Writer The best lineman in college football last turned out to be twins. In a rare occurrence. Lineman of the Week honors are shared today by a pair of behemoths from the Big Ten Conference— linebacked Dick Butkus of Illinois and tackle Carl Eller of Minnesota. Both were so outstanding in leading their teams to important Thanksgiving Day victories that it was impossible to award one the edge. So for the first time this season they were selected by The Associated Press to share jointly the mythical laurel wreath that goes to the normally unsung defenseman. Butkus, 6-foot-3, 234-pound junior center from Chicago, was described as a "One Man Gang" in Illinois' 13-0 triumph over Michigan State at East Lansing LADIES CITY LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Pack Henry 205; Marilyn Sendelbach 188; Darlene Edmison 186; Lillie Hill 183; Lindell Levall 179. HIGH SERIES: Marilyn Sendelbach 522; Pack Henry 517; Lindell Levall 505; Lillie Hill 481; Teresa McCullough 478. Standings W L Lawrence Restaurant 28 20 Razorback Oil Co 27Vi 20% H & H 26% 21% Cilff Campbell Signs 26% 21% Coca Cola 23% 24% Jordans Furn 23 25 Hawkins Ins 22% 25% East Side Lumber ....14% 33% TUESDAY AFTERNOON LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Ida Robinson 190; Bette Hinckle 1S5; Carmen Self 184; Erma Schalter 164; Lilia Mendenall 149. HIGH SERIES: Carmen Self 495; Erma Schalter 438; Ida Robinson 428; Joe Ann Chambliss 410; Bette Hinckle 398. Standings W L Taco Villa 30 18 E. F. Wielt 29 19 Team No. 8 26 22 Eater Sheet Metal ....25% 22% Mt. Vernon Glass 22% 25% Huff's Beautv Shop ..22 26 Team No. 2 19 29 Pekin Farmers Ins. .19 29 COFFEE AND DO NUT LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: D. Ireland 164; M. Harrison 132-130. H 403; 340. By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer SAN DIEGO (AP)—"The perfect trade." This Is what baseball observers called the seven-player swap that sent Milwaukee catcher Del Crandall and pitchers Bob Henri ley and Bob Shaw to the San Francisco Giants for star outfielder Felipe Alou, catcher, Ed Bailey, pitcher Billy Hoeft and a fourth player to be named later. The transaction completed Tuesday night was the second major trade made at the winter baseball meetings, which moves from the present minor league headquarters here to Los Angeles Thursday for the major league sessions. Giants and Braves officials expressed complete satisfaction with the trade, which the.v claimed filled in all the spots. The rival managers were no less enthusiastic. "We've got a more versatile club than any time since I've been manager," said the Braves' Bobby Bragan. "This really gives us some punch. We picked up 150 RBIs and 41 home runs. Now I think we've got the best 1-2 catcher combination in baseball with Joe Torre and Bailey." "We gave up a good ball player (Alou) to got two pitchers. Hendlcy and Shaw are the heart of the deal. But now, with Crandall, we've also got left (Tom Haller) and right-handed hitting catchers," said Giants' skipper Alvin Dark. Alou was the big man in the deal. The 28-year-old right- handed hitting slugger batted .281 with 20 home runs and 82 runs batted in last season. He will play center field for the Braves, flanked by Henry Aaron in right and either Lee Maye or Eddie Mathews in left. Bailey, a 32-year-old left- handed hitting All-Star catcher, U-J rtl 1 These seven beauties from Pasadena City College wore named finalists in the annual contest to pick a queen of the Tournament of Roses in Pnsadenu- Calif, Winner will be selected Dee. 3 with remaining six girls becoming her princesses. Left to right sentcd* Pamela Glbl.s, 10; Susan Talent t, 19; Carol Otten, 18. Standing: Shan Williams, 18; Suun'- nuh Carver, 18; Nancy Kneeland, 10; and Diana DuVal, 19. (AP Wirephoto) With Staubach Throwing Navy Guns For Fifth Straight Over Army Unbeaten Chuch Loop Teams Win Last Night had 21 homers and 68 RBIs on .263 batting average. Hoeft, a 31-year-old southpaw, nursed a sore shoulder all last season and pitched only 24 innings. Hendley, 24, had a 9-9 record with a 3.94 earned run average. He hurled three shutouts and has much promise. Shaw, 30-year-old right-handed starter turned reliever last season, finished with a 7-11 record, but posted a 2.66 ERA in 4S games, striking out nearly twice as manv as he walked. Crandal, 33, batted .201 in 86 games. He is a veteran ol 14 years in the National League with five years as an All-Star. Illinois Star Bork May Sign With Montreal MONTREAL (AP) - Coach Jim Trimble of the Canadian Football League Montreal Alouettes said Tuesday he hopes to sign Northern Illinois passing ace George Bork. Trimble said he had been in Excelsior Springs, Mo. Saturday to see Bork pass his team to a 21-14 victory in the Mineral Water Bowl. "He can't sign now," Trimble said, "because he has to play Methodist I, Second Baptist, Pleasant Hill, and Presbyterian all won by close margins last night to keep their unbeaten records in Church League action. Methodist I ran its record to 3-0 by nudging lough Ina, 5244, in an overtime opener at Bethel. Rick Hayes poured in 21 points to lead the victors, while Joe Settle pumped in 16 counters for Ina. In the second match, Second Baptist added four points in overtime play to drop Wesley Methodist, 46-44, and remain unbeaten with a 4-0 slate. Gary Graham and Jim Burton tallied 18 and 14 points respectively for the winners, while Wesley's Bob Waller garnered 14 tallies. In the final squeaker at Bethel, West Salem fell to Methodist II. 47-46. Jim Frakes led West Salem and took scoring honors with 23 points. John Campbell and Greg Batcman snagged 16 and 12 counters respectively for the losers. Unbeaten Pleasant Hill won its fourth in a row by handing St. Mary's I its first loss, 4233, in the first clash at Dix. George McPhceiers drilled 20 > of the winners' 42 points. Jim Kaufman's ten points were high for St. Mary's I. Summersville 14-1) shook off stubborn Lebanon, 48-44, in the middle contest. Arthur Ellis and Ronnie Willmore led Sum- mevsville's attack with 20 and 16 points respectively. Steve Sledge and Larry Cummins dropped in 17 and 13 counters respectively for Lebanon. Logan Street bumped Free Will, 48-39, in the final tilt, at Dix. Larry Shields bucketed 23 points for Logan and Roy Payne contributed three less to Free Will's offense. In the opening tilt at Summersville, First Baptist halted Park Avenue, 43-2S. Louis Grothoff led the Flyers with 12 ; points and teammate Roger Williams finished with ten. i Mickey Barton had eight for: the losers. ] Christian rebounded from last j Monday's loss by smashing Casey 59-35, in the second contest. John Wall poured in 20 points and Gary Samforri contributed 14 points to Central's attack. Stove Pigg dropped in 15 for Casey. In the final duel, Presbyterian fought off Epworth to take a 40-38 win that increased its COLLEGE * SCORES * Griffith Is Top Boxer Of The Year H.V THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST puquesnc 83, St. Francis, Pa., N.Y., 82, Geo. By MURRAY ROSE Assoriand Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — "This is the greatest honor you can get in boxing. I hope to live up to it this year and every year." So said welterweight cliampi- on Emile Griffith today when told the Boxing Writers' Association had selected him to receive the Edward J. Neil Memorial Plaque, awarded annually to lhe Boxer of The Year. "I'm embarrassed but grateful," said Harry Markson, director of boxing for Madison Square Garden when notified he had been chosen for the James J. Walker Memorial Plaque, awarded annually "for long and meritorious service to boxing." The writers also named two veterans of the sport, Philadelphia promoter Herman Taylor and Dennis (Dinty) McMahon, chairman of the Conecticut State Athletic Commission, to receive special awards. All will be presented with their awards at the BWA's annual dinner Jan. 12. Griffith, a native of the Virgin Islands and now a New Yorker, is the only boxer to win the welterweight crown three times. In two title bouts this year he lost and then won in .5-round- ers with Luis Rodriguez of Cuba and Miami. will meet middleweight contend- 1 7!) St. John's Wasington 6-1 Mass., SO, Boston U. 2 Holv Cross S7, St. Michael's, Bt., 69 Seton Hall 69, Cath. U. 67 (ot) SOUTH Auburn 102, Howard, Ala., 44 Clemson 66, N. Carolina 64 (2 otsi Miami, Fla., 101, Tampa 95 Florida 78. Fla. St. 55 Navy 77. Baltimore 60 Wm-Mary 81, Hampden-Sydney 19 MIDWEST Okla. St. 83, S. 111. 54 Minn. 61, Iowa St. 50 Kansas St. 87, S. Dakota St. 59 Okla. 100, S. Dakota 79 Creighton 72, Hardin-Simmons 5S Marquette 74, N. Dakota 65 SOUTHWEST Arizona St. 121. W. New Mex. 79 Vanderbilt 79, SMU 60 Baylor 9S, Arlington St. 74 F.YR WEST Oregon St. 75, Wash. St. 58 Stanford S3, Oregon 65 Montana 68, Nevada 54 ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP)Navy will feature not only quar terback Roger Stmibach, but an unusually strong supporting cast when the Middies seek their fifth straight victory over Army in Philadelphia Saturday. Coach Wayne Hardin, who has spent most of this year promoting Staubach as the nation's player, talked Tuesday about the teammates who helped him win the Heisman Trophy. Most of them have played in Staubach's shadow. Several probably would have picked up post-season honors on their own had it not been for publicity sur rounding the spectacular quar terback. Chief among the "other guys" who have boosted Navy to No 2 national ranking and have gone virtually unnoticed is Pat Donnelly, 200-pound junior fullback from Maumee, Ohio, the team's leading ground gainer for two straight seasons. Another number you might watch in the Navy backfield Saturday in addition to Staubach's 12 and Donnelly's 38 is the 48 worn by stumpy left half John Sai. Sai, a senior from Oakdale, Calif., will be playing his last Army-Navy game. He is a 9.7 sprinter on the track team and dashed 93 yards for a touchdown through the Duke line to clinch ; 38-25 Navy victory in its last game before Army. He is Navy's leading scorer with 10 touchdowns and is called to get the short yardage when it's needed, Staubach's leading pass re ceiver is Ed (Skip) Orr, a 183- pound junior from Wantagh, New York, who has caught 23 passes for 301 yarls and one touchdown. Al Smith For Willie Kirkland SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) — The Baltimore Orioles traded outfielder Al Smith to the Cleveland Indians for outfielder Willie Kirkland today. The Orioles er Rubin Carter of Paterson. N.J., in a non-title 10-rounder at Pittsburgh Dec. 20. Griffith, 24, is the sole support of his mother and seven brothers and sisters. He is a leader in youth activities, working closely with the Police Athletic League. The Neil trophy is named in memory of the former Associated Press boxing writer who was killed while covering the Spanish Civil War in 193S. Navy Sets New Scoring Record NEW YORK (AP)-Navy al ready has scored more points than any Annapolis team before, but needs 25 points against Army Saturday to take the national scoring title for the first time. NCAA statistics today show Navy with a 32.6-point average in nine games. Utah State has 31.7 for second, but has finished the season. The Middies need 25 points to stay on top. Tulsa has broken the record of 176 pass completions set by Stanford in 1959. with the game with Louisville Saturday left to play. Navy leads in passing accuracy with .655 per cent, better than the .612 record of Washington State in 1958. Texas Western, with one game left, leads in pass defense. Only 90 passes have been thrown against Texas Western all season. The total of 315 field goals kicked is already a record, surpassing the 277 of 1961. | Smith. 35, batted .272 last sea- S SHJ in 10 "" n " 1S ^ 39 i Kirkland, 28 hi. .230. with 15 ! rtaSicfiTSd' ^ h0 '»c "'ns and 47 RBI. cisco, 10 154, San Fran- 100-Point Cage Era In College? No, they haven't lowered the basket, widened the hoop or streamlined the ball, hut college basketball's new timing rule may have seived the same purpose—ushering in an era of the 100-point game. Where 100-point games used to be fairly rare, they have become rather common in the first few days of the 1963-64 season. All is as it was before, the teams, the players, the arenas and the equipment. Only the rules have been changed. The new rule dictates that th clock will stop automatically when the ball goes out-of- bounds. This apparently is ad- ing actual playing time, and providing more time to score. Even against the usual, early- season opposition, witness Tuesday night's proceedings: —Sixth-ranked Arizona Stale, admittelly strong, rolled up 121 points to 79 for a New Mexico Western team not in the same class, but hardly considered a weak opponent. —Miami of Florida whipped Tampa 101-95, Auburn walloped Howard 102-14 and Oklahoma thumped South Dakota 100-79, with the Sooners selling a school record. —Baylor missed the 100-mark by two points in beating Arlington State 98-71, but ran up its highest point total in history. —And Oklahoma State, Hank Iba's slow-down types for whom 50 is a harvest, defeated Southern Illinois 83-54 for their fifth highest score in hisory. —For throe days of action, 16 major college teams now have hit 100 or more points. West Texas State is tops so far, with 126. Tenth-ranked Oregon State defeated Washington Stale 7558, Minesota ncded a second half rally to down Iowa State 6150, Vanderbilt came with a closing rush to subdue SMU 79-60 and Stanford downed Oregon 83-65 as Tom Dose collected 26 .points. Clemson went into double overtime before edging North Carolina 66-64 in an Atlantic Coast Conference game on Mike Bohonak's jump shot with two seconds left. Willie Somerset's 28 points and final two foul shots with 10 seconds left carried Duquesne to an 83-79 decision over St. Francis, Pa., and Seton Hall edged Catholic U. 6 l .t-67 in overtime on Richie Dek's tap in at the buzzer. In other games, it was Kansas State 87, South Dakota State 59: Marquette 74, North Dakota 65; Florida 78, Florida State 55; St. John's, N.Y. 82, George Washington 6-1; Navy 77, Baltimore 60; Montana State 68, Nevada 51; Creighton 72, ilardin- Simmons 5S; Richmond 71, East Carolina 67: William and Mary 81, Hampden-Sydney 49 and Holy Cross 87, St. Michael's, VI.. 69. THE PREP SCORES BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago Area Tilden 74, Fenger 60 DuSable 105, Crelger 54 Vandalia 58, Sandoval 49 Newton 60, Effingham 58 Lawrencevillc 64, Robinson 41 Marshall 67, Hutsonville 49 Palestine 82, Sumner 63 Cumberland 58, Teutopolis 40 SI. Elmo 56, Brownstown 55 All amount 63, Bccchcr City 57 Louisville 48, Farina 41 Okawville 86, Mulberry Grove Monmouth 67, Aledo 45 Hillsboro 67, Jerseyville 54 Madison 71, East St. Louis 54 Granite City 83, Roxana 51 Patoka 71, Odin 53 Nashville 60, Greenville 58 Marion 70, Du Quoin 60 Benlon 58 Metropolis 50 Bloomington 73, Clinton 48 University Normal 56, Tremont 45 Griffin 78, Normal Community 41 Decatur 72, Pontiac 61 Tuscola 59, Young America 43 Joppa 67, BrookportG3 Mounds 52, Douglass 50 Mound City 66, Century 45 Shawneetown 66, Equality 62 Litchfield 67, Carlinville 56 Decatur Eisenhower 66, Mt Pulaski 42 Carlerville 83, Hurst-Bush 65 Cairo Sumner 66, Liloburn, Mo., 51 Cobden 67, Tamms Egyptian 53 Sleeleville 71, Gorham 60 East St. Louis Lincoln 77, Venice Lincoln 52 Mascoutah 85, O'Fallon 62 Columbia 76, New Athens 67 Highland 82, Dupo 63 Breese 64, Livingston 58 Edwards County 75, Mt. Carmel 65. SAN JOSE, Calif.-Luis Molina, 141, San Jose, knocked out Tony Noriega, 138, Bakersfield, Calif., 6. GIVE GIFT MEMBERSHIPS AAA—AUTOMOBILE CLUB ILLINOIS DIVISION OFFICE 1110 Main Street Mt. Vernon, Illinois Phone 242-1242 NORMAN L. HARMON District Manager ... v. ........ in , the Shrine Game at Christmas." , record to 4-0. Jimmie Wood and ih^u"SirDnrc"~n JU ;Trimble said chances of land-! j clTV Parsons netted 11 points VV H.^tnW V Si '"S Bork improved when both for the surprising Presbyterian d, M. Hainson SM, U wmte,^ Americ , an and x a tional Foot- five. Larry Do 'ball Leagues failed to claim NU BOWL LADIES LEAGUE! him in their drafts. Trimble said „, HIGH GAMES: M. KniffenJhe U.S. teams apparently that brought the Illini the Big'193; Paslev 189; P. Bangert ! aren't too interested because of Ten chnrnpionship and a trip to 175-. D. n*Un»v in. n >«-•- DENVER (AP) - The Denver Broncos of the American Football League said Tuesday night they had signed Matt Snorton, 6-foot-4, 245 pound end from • j j Michigan State. AN IDEAL GIFT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! BIGGEST EVER! DECEMBER - •no: D. Delaney 172; C. Czai the Rase t >owl. _ ;kowski 165. Eller. 6-5. 24>pound tackle HIGH SERIES: P. Bangert from Wmston-fcalem N.C., 49s: D. Delanev 476; C. C ?Ri- proved to be a tan of dynamite kowski 469; R. Hulbert 458- in Minnesota's 14-0 triumph over ^1. Kniffen 457. Wisconsin at MineapoUs. ; standings Tr.o g:.-mt Negro is rated one Gift Chest Jewelers of th? best intenor linemen ever s & W Motors 30 1 to come out of college football. Summers Dodge 24 2 He w .is drafted by the Minnesota ^ t y. School of B. C. 22'-> 2 Yikms and immediately signed. Reabans ' by that National Football:League team. Foster w L .32 13 15 24 21 22 'i •» 1; 25 * 194 25 ij 29 25 ij 29 16 29 Wayne City High Beats Bluford Wilt Sick, But Hits 21 Points By TIDE ASSOCIATED PRESS! Wilt Chamberlain appears to have beaten the bug that threat-1 Wayne City high school de- ened to end his string of 359 \ feated the Bluford Trojans last rons.x>titi\v> Vatinnoi n =oi ..„.u „n • n fght, 79 to 63. Wayne City jumped into a 17-13 first quarter lead and increased it to 37-30 at halftime. Wayne City pulled into a 54-40 lead at the three quarters mark. Stutts and Rost, with 22 points each, Dawson with 11 and Jackson with 12, paced Wayne City. High scores for Bluford were Colwell, 19, Donoho, 17, and Pierce, 15. Dahlgren will play at Bluford next Tuesday, December 10. Big 10 Leader CHICAGO (AP)— Tom Now- atzke, Indiana's 220-pound junior fullback, won the 1963 Big Ten ail-games football scoring championship. Nowatzke scored 58 points on 6 touchdowns, 5 field goals and 7 conversions to outdistance Sherman Lewis of Michigan State by 10 points. Lou Holland of Wisconsin and Roger Lopes of Michigan State tied for third with 42 points each. consecutive National Basketball Association games in New York Tuesday night. Whether the Knickerbockers, trimmed by Wilt's San Francisco Warriors, 116-108, in the NBA's only action, can recover from their major ailment—losing—is another question. Chamberlain, bedded by a heavy chest cold prior to the Warriors-Knicks game, came off the sick list to play 41 minutes, score 21 points and haul in 22 rebounds. In tonight's game San Francisco visits St. Louis, New York journeys to Detroit and Los Angeles is at Baltimore. Sf. Louis Signs A 230 Pounder LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP)-Hershe! Turner, a 230-pound University of Kentucky tackl», said Tuesday night he has signed a contract with St Louts of the National Football League. his sue, 170 pounds, Moot-2. Grade School Cage Scores In This County Old Union defeated Bethel, 6344 and Opdyke won over Belle Rive, 40-21. in grade school basketball games last night. Scores last week were: Rome 82, Farringlon : 1 9; Waltonville 50, McCloilan 39. Following are scores of the Field Township Pee Wee tournament: Bethel 50; Farrington 16. Field 35; Old Union 33. Raccoon 47; Rome 25. Ina 33; Kell 13. y Dobbs' V" points were tops for Epworth. Thursday's schedule: At Sumersville 6:45 Logan St. vs. Methodist II. 7:45 Park Avenue vs. Wesley Methodist. 8:45 West Salem vs. Methodist I. At Dix 6:45 St. Mary's II vs. Presbyterian. 7:45 Lutheran vs. St. Mary's I. 8:15 Pleasant Hill vs. Casey Avenue. GO . . . IN SNOW With ARMSTRONG Silent Storm Kings National Basketball Association Tuesday's Result San Francisco 116, New York i 108 Today's Games Los Angeles at Baltimore New York at Detroit San Francisco at St. Louis Thursday's Games Boston at Cincinnati St. Louis at Philadelphia GUARANTEED I WINTER. 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