Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1950 · Page 12
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 11, 1950
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rAOiTWtLVt ALTON •VtMtttO TtLtOKAFtt WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, ItM Granite City Unable to Cope With Rebounding, Pressing of Wood River By JOHN D. Velegraa* Spurts Editor The Wood River Oilers, having • cool night at the bucket, came out with defense Tuesday night against Granite City In the Wood River High gym to please the major portion of a near-capacity crowd by sending the Happy Warriors . down to defeat, 48-37, in a Southwestern Conference game that marked the fourth victory for the Oilers In league play. The Oilers have yet to lose a conference game, and have played every team once except Belleville and East St. Louis. The biggest chore for the evening was stopping the two leading Granite City scorers, Joe Gonzales and Norm Martinez. This job was well turned In by the Oiler guards, who limited Gonzales to five points on one field goal and three free throws, and Martinez to eight markers, on three buckets and two charity points. With neither Gonzales or Martl- nex producing points, Jack Bctts took over the scoring chores for the Warriors and wound up the night with 14 points, to gain scoring honors for. the game. He hit for six baskets and a pair of free shots. None of the other five Warriors seeing action were able to garner more than three points. Another asset to the Oiler game was the rebounding. With a definite height advantage, the Wood River rebounders controlled both backboards nicely ns the scrappy Warriors fought more to tie up the ball on rebounds than to gain actual possession. The Granite City crew managed their tie balls on rebounds every once in awhile, and did a fair job of stealing the ball on jumps, although the Oilers always controlled the ball from the Up. Melvin Sheets turned In his best all-around game to date and played an important part in the victory. Although not hitting the hoop with the amazing accuracy that he has displayed in one or two earlier games, particularly against Alton, Sheets aided the Oiler scoring with 10 points on four baskets and two free throws, and fitted in well with the Oiler rebounding designs. All of the Oilers were playing a team game—which clicked several times for nice setups after the Warrior defense was set. In the first half, the teams were both cold, and Wood River took a 10-4 lead at the end of the first period on the strength of three baskets by Bob Mutz, one by Nor- rls Dorsey, and two free shots. By half time, the Wood River five had lengthened the lead to 23-11 for « 12-polnt margin, which they held throughout the last half. Lowell Petltt, who wound up the night with 12 points on five baskets and a pair of free throws, hit a couple of nice turn shots In the second period to aid the Oiler cause, and Muts continued to pot from outside. The Wood River crew had Its best quarter in the third stanza, hitting for 15 points to take a 17- polnt lead, 38-21, when the final period got underway. But in the final quarter, the Warriors, who had been gradually getting the range, outscored Wood River to trim the edge to 11 points by the out, Fox and Kahle leaving on five personals, while Martinez accumulated four personals' and Belts had three. Gonzales fouled only twice. None of the Oiler players were waved from the court, hut four regulars, Mutz, Sheets, Petltt, and Capron, had four fouls and Dorsey, the fifth starter, had three. The next game for the Oilers will be Friday at East St. Louis, another conference engagement. The Flyers of Coach Pick Dehner will be trying for their first league win, as well, as trying to upset the Oilers, who are still to be beaten by a conference opponent. Other Games SPRINGFIELD, 111., Jan. 11. UP> —Ottawa's Pirates were spilled from the undefeated ranks In the big upset of downstate Illinois high school basketball activity last night. Decatur, Hillsboro, Wood Kivcr and Bradley all chalked up new victories. Ottawa unbeaten string was cut short at ten games, 46-29 by Streator, which pullerl Its second major surprise within a week. Streator knocked off heavily favored Pekln last Friday. Its Tuesday conquest was the fourth In nine outings. Decatur posted its twelfth tri- pmph against one defeat 55-47 over St. Teresa, a Catholic boys school In Decatur. Decatur was ranked fifth and Ottawa eleventh In the latest Associated Press poll of sports writers to size up state title prospects of downstate teams. Hlllsboro's No. 6 club trimmed Gillespie 39-34 for a tenth win In 11 tries. It was only the second loss for Gillespie, which owes 12 victories. Once beaten Bradley's thirteenth decision came on a 70-32 verdict over St. Patrick of Kankakee. Wood River brought its 'season BrightonBarely Edges Western; ShipmanWins Two games opened play In the Brighton Invitational Tournament Tuesday night. In the first game, Shlpman smothered Bethalto, 6346, while In the second tilt, Brighton had to fight for every bit of life before finally coming from be* hind to nip the Western Military Acndemy Jayvee team, 44-43. Shlpman had little trouble from Rethalto. The winners got the jump on the Eagles In the first frame, 19-7, and never relinquished the lead. Shlpman was almost, as hot In the second quarter. The score at the Intermission found the Shlp- man cagers way ahead of the Eagles, 37-17. After three periods, Outdoor Sports Report Geese Starving at Horseshoe Lake State Refuge chart to 11 wins compared with one setback by turning back Granite City 48-37. Springfield Cathedral copped Its ninth decision against three losses by edging Pana, 48-47. Oranlte City <SS> Wee« Elver <«» Player f« ft pf Player f« ft pf Gonialei 1 3 3MuU A 1 Hodgea 1 o OFIiher 1 0 Betta S 3 Mheeta 4 2 Fox 1 1 BKIng 0 0 Kahle 1 0 5 Petltt S 1 Martinet 3 3 4Capron 0 3 Harmon 0 3 ODorwy 333 Crable 000 Total* ...131119 Totali ...191021 Score by Quarteri: 1234 Wood River 10 23 38 48 Granite City 4 11 31 37 Officiate: Rauth. Fraier. Principia Stops Greenville Five The Principia Indians continued their winning ways on the cage cqurt Tuesday night as they defeated Greenville College by. a count of 69-54. The Tribe had to rally to win, however, as Green- count of 35-32 at the score was 48-29. For Shlpman, Davis was top man with eight baskets and a free shot for 17 points. Next came Taylor with six buckets and a trio o' foul shots for 15 points. The game's high scoring honors went to Bethalto's Tuetken, who plunked In seven field goals and five charity tosses for 19 markers. Western Military's height almost got the best of Brighton, the host team. The Cadets fought uphill for almost the entire game until the last minutes of play when they went ahead by a score of 43-42. Then with about eight seconds left to play and the fans on their feet, Western had possession of the ball, but lost It when one of the guards, trying to stall, stepped over the ten second line giving Brighton the ball about mldcourt. About five second remained when the ball was thrown Into Allen Bott. He dribbled to within about 15 feet of the basket, stopped, took aim and let fly. The ball sailed true and Brighton had the game won, 44-43. WMA's height bothered Brighton all night. But Bob Yost found room enough to dump in eight Bowling ACME Westerner A Powder Mill won 3 from "Mechanical. Longe Rifle won 3 from Xpert. Rangers won 3 from Brass Casting. Machine Shop won 3 from Production Control. Ammunition Sales won 2 from Metallic Mfg. Hornets won 2 from Mill Products. White Flyers won 2 from Smokeless Powder. Brass Mill Repair won 2 from Cap. Individual high game: Chllders 236. Individual high series: Chlld- ers 579. Team high game: White Flyers 877. Team high series: White Flyers 2553. 200 bowlers: T. Henesey 212, Carroll 200, Powell 209, F. Hellrung 208, Nekola 202, H. Williams, 202, Chllders 203, 236, Benz 204. Westerner B CHICAGO, Jan. 11, Uft—Tht Carbondale Southern nilnolsan end of the game. The game was a fairly freely fouling affair, two Warriors fouled THAT MAY COME TOMORROW DnVe /a far o complete) WINTII 1UIRICATION •to* o fftorovgh INGINi TUNE-UP iWtf get ejufefr service tool OLOftS MOTOR CO. 71 E. Loreoa Ave., Wood River Glenn Shlnpaugta—Jess Gloat halftlme. Leading the Indian attack were Jack Burzzell at center with 16 points on seven field gqals and two free throws, and Paul Kilburn, at forward, witb^lS markers, Kilburn had four buckets and five charity points. Bob Pike was third in scoring for Prln with II 1 point* — five Held goals and a free toss. Kenny Chapman, Greenville forward, led his team as he racked up 11 points on five baskets and n free shot. baskets and two free shots for 18 points. Sill was high for the Western Jayvees with seven buckets and a couple of charity tosses for 16 tallies. The game was tied up at the end of the first quarter, 8-8. But Brighton shot ahead at'the half, 24-16. The Brighton basketball? ers gained another point In the third frame and had a 37-26 margin over the Cadets as the game went into the final canto. Then came the dramatic finish Tonight two more games are scheduled. Medora plays Brussels in the first game and St. John's meets Bunker Hill In the second half of the twin-bill. W.iltra (48)BrlfhUa (44) Playar f« ft pf Playar f« ft pf Sill Hullck Schaefcr Glnther Woodruff Wlnklnion Kebir Hawman 4Yoit 0 0 aHanold 5 1 3Toww 0 0 aWoodion a i oBott % 014 * Oil 413 813 144 313 114 3 1 9 Detonator won 3 from Super X. Electricians won 3 from Plant. Brass Sales won 2 from Cast Shop. Inspection won 2 from Research. Industrial Relations won 2 from Silver Tips. Metallic Loading won 2 game's from Tool Room won 2 from Power Plant. Metallurgists won 2 from Tool Makers. Individual high same: Maples 237. Individual high series. Roglis 600. Team high game: Brass Sales 888, Team high series: Brass Sales 2472. 200 bowlers: Eden 222, Murphy 226, Roglis 213, Brown 233, Hord 202, 222, Gayle 205, Haas 232, Stark 202, Block 209, Newman 214, Maples 237. Tuesday Merchant* Acme Juniors won 3 from Baker Cleaners. Brown Motor Lines won 3 from Pearl Market. Falstaff won 2 from Black Hawks. Hyndman Ice & Fuel won 2 from Owls Club. Alton United Cab won 2 from Gould Auto Parts. Flemings won 2 from Central Electric. Creamo won 3 from Alton Telegraph. Dans Brake Service won 2 from Howard Wells. Swains Service won 2 from Kiwanls No. 1. Individual high series: R. Parish 561. Team ,high game: Flemings 912. Team high series: Falstaff 2414. 200 bowlers: Schenk 257, Parish 212, 204, Ballard 223, Swanson 210, Wolf 201. Portnoy Garment Elm St. Finishers won 3 from Operators. Spec Machine won 2 from Pressers. Bundlers won 2 from Instructors. Individual Total! ...IB 7SO Total! ...171016 More by Quarteri: 1334 Brighton 8 14 37 44 W M A 8 IS IS 43 Shlpmaa <«S> Player fs ft pf Player Reno i 4 SOravllle Bunt 0 a OWatklni Hudion 3 3 3Tuetken Loy 0 0 OGuInn Taylor 6 3 4Eby Caveny .1 3 SBrelger Baker 3 0 2D«llero Davli R 1 .3Endlcott Shelton 1 0 INuebaer Whitaker Totali ...241533 Totali Score by Quarteri: Shlpman Bethalto Official*: Przada, Freeli, Belhalle <4«) Iftpf a i a 305 755 310 3 1 4 035 000 001 000 000 181022 234 19 37 48 83 7 IT 29 46 t high game: Davenport 178. Individual high series: Astroth 462. Team high game: In- stuctorts 651. Team high series: Blundlers 1822. UPPER ALTON ALLEYS Tuesday Night Handicap Graul & Seago won 3 from Henry's Service. UABA won 3 from Silver Seal. Milton Road Cleaners won 2 from Ever's Decorating Co. Individual high game: Wllkin's 264. Individual high series: Wilkins 631, King 615. Team high game: UABA 978. Team high series: UABA 2770. 200 bowlers: King 225 206, Stelger 223. N. Showers 223, Wllklns 264, Graul 201. Tuesday Night Merchants Piasa Rabbit Club won 3 from Duraglas./Jrove Signs won 3 from Jack's. Kexroat Motors won 3 from Haycraft Coal & Ice. Individual high game: Griffin 202. Individual high series: Steiger Free Press quotes two Cairo law yers as saying geese are starving at Horseshoe Lake. But Vernal Nave, custodian o the big wildlife preserve, at the southern tip of the state, says I just Isn't so. The lawyers, Robert L. and David V. Lamsden, the Free Press said, told a Crab Orchard sportsmen's meeting that from 75,000 to 80,000 geese are starving at the big state owned refuge. The geese have eaten all the food provided for them In the closed area, they said. (Privately owned farm land Immediately surrounding the refuge has been closed to hunting to cut down the excessive goose kill of past years). Nave said the geese are being fed every day of the week except Sunday, getting from 150 to 250 bushels of corn. From 35,000 to 40,000 geese are on the refuge., he reported, "the geese are being well taken care of and are plenty fat." So fishermen won't bd caught with their licenses expired, the state put 1950 fishing licenses on sale in the north end of the state this week. "This will give the ardent Ice fishermen plenty of time to acquire '. their 1950 licenses before the 1949 licenses expire on Jan. 31," the conservation department explained. Bluegill fishing through the Ice has "been very good so far this week, In fact ever since the first freeze up," the department reported. "The crappies seem to be biting much better just after dark." Some of the best -ice fishing spots are Crystal Lake, Petite Lake, Pistakee Bay and Lake Marie Favored baits are' red and weed worms and corn borers. The Illinois rabbit season closes Monday. Upstate hunters have been reporting bags of from one to five but downstate the luck has been better. One party of several hunters reported 50 rabbits taken near Flora. These long winter nights are just the time to get that gear in shape for next season. Here are some chores you might do: Shells Shaded ByCarlinville; ToPlayTonight The Roxana Shells continued to b« plagued by the close-game Jinx as they dropped a two point decision to the host Cavaliers at Carlinville, Tuesday night, 48-4B. Tonight the Roxana crew will try to get back on the winning path when they play at Roxana High gyn. with Livingston furnishing the competition. The game tonight will start at 8:15. Except in the early minute scoring, the Shells were never able to get ahead of the Carllnvllle quintet, but they were never very far behind. The Cavaliers had a one point edge, 15-14, after the first period, and took, what amounted to a big lead, 34-23, at halftlme. But in {he second half, the game went to Roxana. The Shells outscored the host club in both of the last, two quarters, whittling the margin to five points, 40-35, in the third quarter, and then pulling to within two points, 48-46, as the game ended. Duane Potter again led the Shell scoring by potting 16 points on seven field goals and two free shots. Walt Steffen ranked next with nine markers, hitting the hoop four times from the field and once from the free throw line. Bob Williams had seven points and ••'red Foster six for the Roxana quintet. For Carlinville, Mefford was the major scorer as he hit for 13 points but was followed closely by Shanern with 12 and Boente with nine. With Mm Fe*fcl Sometimes • wt wonder how Tatum, and the guy In our book U people get the way they are—and at great •• they come. Thoee huge lately weve been doing our annual hands and •peetaeular coordination bit of wondering about how the that looki to disjointed are un- Harlem Globetrotters got the way doubtedly major reaaoni for hit they are now. That team has success. But those thousand or ao basketball science down so pat that games that he's played must have other professional teams look llk« had something to do with It. a bunch of sixth graders playing at We love to argue, but we have recess. never been able to get anyone to The Globetrotters have a beautl- argue that the Globetrotters aren't ful mixture of good basketball and the greatest basketball team In showmanship. We have always extlstance—and probably the ben contended that the point of play* that was ever in existence. Each Ing basketball Is to win and let the year they win a hundred or so showmanship take care of Itself, games and lose one or two. And But the Globetrotters have just we're surprised that they are beat* about,convinced us that In their en that often. They take the best partciular case, we're wrong. But teams of the National Basketball we continue to contend that they Association on each year, ajid are the only team that could pull seldom lose a game. What more It off. can one ask? Bcxaaa (41) Player Steffen Potter Freeman McVey Carllnvllle <«> Wllliami McClelland King foiter Johnion Player Shanern 7 a 4Snod(ran 1 0 1 Boente 0 0 IConklln 3 1 ILlay 0 0 OMefford 205 303 1 0 4 fSttpf 530 143 333 i i a 033 S 1 1 When the Harlem five gets out We've got only one to pick with on the court and starts pulling the Globetrotters. They seem to stunts that keeps the crowd laugh- us too money-hungry. Probably ing, gaping, or trying to find the they all want to buy another dozen ball, the Globetrotters are not only apartment houses before they re- amusing the spectators, but they tire. But if they could afford* to surely must be making their op- take the cut in income, we'd love position so angry that the other to see them play a season In the players can hardly see. What would NBA. Or we'd like to see them play be the reaction of some guard only 30 or 40 games a year like who was a collegiate Ail-American some of the other teams around when the boy he's guarding lays the country. Then they could open down on the floor while dribbling? up and forget about conserving We were never an All-American, their energies for the game the but we think that our first im- next night, or the second game of pulse would be to make him look the doubleheader. silly by taking the ball away from It is our honest opinion that if him. But they don't take It away the Globetrotters were playing a from the Globetrotters — which schedule comparable to a college must not make the opponents very team, no ten players in the country happy. could combine to beat them with Probably volumes have been anything .remotely resembling con- written about the antics of Goose sistency. Total* ...31 417 Totals ...161410 Score by Quarteri: 1334 Roxana 14 33 35 46 Carlinville 15 34 40 48 Officials: Greg, Plummer. Principle (W) Player ' ' Kllburn Rouiielol Pike Cain Bunell Levlnion Musaman McCarter flltpf Player 4 8 OChapman Gr.nivlll. (.14) ftf ft pf 5 14 1 0 OWasner 413 5 1 ITruebe 4 0 S 2 5 4J.Staff 3 1 1 7 1 3Coleman 100 4 \ SR.Staff 401 a 3 OBovce 001 1 0 OHopklni SIB Totali ...261711 Totali ...15 4 li Score at Half: Principle 32. Greenville M, Officials: Hooper, llendrlcki. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS ENJOY ELM DAIRY DODDE'PlVmOUTH II •-•-•" "«•.. i'MLM,i,. / *,,,, ,/ IWUCKS II HOMOGENIZED Mil K East Junior Five Edges Roosevelt The East Junior Hornets found the Roosevelt Rough Riders rougher than usual Tuesday night at East Junior gym, but managed to stop the intraclty five by a count of 38-34, for the Hornets' tenth win of the year and fourth straight over Roosevelt. In a seventh grade preliminary game, Kust Junior won by a 23-15 count. Nash led the East Junior scoring as the hotshot hit for 16 points, which was also high for the game. He had eight field goals for his total. Ogden was next for the winners with nine points on two field goals and five free points. Neu- 555. Team high Sign 884. Team Grove Sign 2564. game: high Grove series: 200 bowlers: Griffin 202, Green 204, Grove 201. decker ranked third with eight markers — three baskets and two charity tosses. For Roosevelt, whose Riders gave the Hornets a struggle all the way, Marquis was high man with 13 points on three baskets and Heaten followed Franklin and with nine and eight points respectively. Call Junler <»8> BeeieTelt (14) REXROAT MOTORS INVITE YOU TO SEE THE BEAUTIFUL 1950 PLYMOUTH on Display Thurs,, Jan. 12,13,14 The American Beauty for 195O | Refreshments, Musk, Entertainment Every Lady Receives a BeaNtHul Rose. Radio Station WOKZ WIN Broadcast from Our Showrooms from 4:45 to 5:00 P. ML, Thursday and Friday, Jan. 12 and 13. JOIN THE FUN AT REXROAT MOTORS . Open House Jan. 12,13,14 Player IM ft pf Playar Neudecker 3 S SBlahe Ogden 3 B 4Heaton Chllderi 0 0 SBracht H6ok o 0 SMarauit Scogfini 1 0 SFranklln Naih 8 0 IHell Alexander 0 0 IHarrli Warner 1 1 OChrlitlan Brlitow Totali ,..lB"sil Totalt Score by Quarteri: Eait Junior Rotuevelt Official*: Dunn and Ptaa*. fg ft pf f 0 3 311 001 374 335 102 000 000 000 ...niiis 1134 S 14 34 38 S 18 35 34 REELS—Take them apart and wash them with kerosene. If they're out of kilter, send them in to the factory. They'll make them as good as new for a slight charge. FLIES—Pick all of the old leader gut out of the eyes and clean up and fluff them out by holding them, with pliers, over the spoul of a steaming kettle. They'll look like new again. FLY LINES—Old ones can be partly rehabilitated by rubbing them thoroughly and alternately with powdered graphite and line dressing. This Is not a permanent cure for a tacky fly line. There is no permanent cure, but this will prolong the line's useful ness. Fanatics of the fly rod game coll their fly lines in loose loops but the better ones will not take a circular set If just wound loosely on your own reel arbors. TACKLE BOXES—Here's where the flsherijnan can prove he's a good housekeeper. Remove everything and clean out the ac- cumulted dirt. If the box is one with unlined compartments, get a cheap sheet of cork to line the bottoms. That will prevent colored plugs from picking up rust from the metal trays. Piasa No. 2 Rifle Team Defeated The No. 2 team of the Piasa Rifle & Pistol Club was defeated in St. Louis Tuesday by the West End Rifle team, 1350-1341. High five for Piasa were Mrs. Cora Herring 277, Adolph Jungk 274, Richard Herring 270, Roy Herring 263, and Jack Bullock "57. High five for West End were Ed Schultz 281, Emll Bolfay 270, Mel Hacker 270, Stan Karplnski 269, and Bob Frazier 260. Pointer-Setter Club Planning Annual Dinner Graf ton Blasts Hillview, 76-25 Invading Grafton had too much class and power for Hillview Tues day night as the visitors maulet the hosts, 76-25, on the strength of the usual well attack. There wasn't balanced Grafton much Hillview The Piasa Pointer & Setter Club, Inc., held it's first meeting of the new year Sunday at the club house of the Alton-Wood River Sportsmen's Club, on the Godfrey road. The meeting concerned the issue to be reckoned with during the coming year, including the election of officers. George Miller was the popular choice for president. Miller, though one of the younger members of the club, is a veteran field trlaler. Don Watkins was elected vice- president, Hugh Baxter, recording secretary-treasurer; Lloyd Carson, field trial secretary; Ralph Volz, board of directors (three year tearm); Verner Tucker, board of directors (one year term). Final arrangements for the fourth .annual banquet to be held Saturday, Jan. 21 at the VFW club rooms in Wood River, were made. Activities will start with a reception and a chicken dinner at 6:30 p. m. to be followed by the installation of officers and presentation of trophies—motion pictures on conservation and upland game will be shown. Guest speaker o'f the evening will be Leonard Schwartz, director of conservation of Illinois. George Miller will serve as toastmaster, and an orchestra will furnish music for dancing. The spring trials to be held Feb. 25-26 were discussed, as there Is a possibility that the club will he forced to vacate the Humbert road [rounds, due to some land owners refusing to grant further permission to run on their land. Efforts are being made to retain the present site, as the club has spent considerable money and effort In developing the courses, and is lopeful of continuing at the present location. The ground commit- ee headed by Jesse Edwards have nspected some new grounds, but could do about the onrushing Grafton tide. The winners le- 3 ai the way from the start. They 'jumped to a 22-9 lead at the end of the first period and advanced to a 35-14 margin at the half. Three quarters had passed Grafton was coasting, 59-19. Three men had 15 and or more points for the classy Grafton cag- ers. C. Wallace was top man with nine field goals and two free throws for 20 points. He was followed by Arnold with eight baskets for 16 markers. G. Wallace pumped in half a dozen buckets and a trio of foul shots for 15 points. For Hillview, Angle was head man with three field goals and seven charity tosses for 13 points. Graftal (7<) Player Keller Brown C.Wallace Souderi G.Wallace Arnold Slaten Wation Pohlman Hillview fgftpf Player 8 1 OAngle 0 1 IB.Dawdy 8 3 award 3 0 4McCormlck 6 3 4G.Dawdy S 0 2Ford 0 0 OLong 103 SOI " ooo ooo 004 305 133 114 Total* ...34 818 Score by Quarteri: Grafton Hillview Totali ... 71117 1334 38 35 59 76 • 14 18 35 Christmas ivy is supposed to represent the mistress of the house. unfortunately It will mean moving the field trials some distance from Alton. Worden Drops From MBC Meet The Worden Trojans fell from the MBC Conference tournament Tuesday night in the opening round of the sudden-death meet as they lost to Troy by a count 'of 47-39. The tournament is being held at Highland. The .Trojans were unable to find the basket in the first quarter and trailed by a 9-6 count after eight minutes. They were even colder in the second stanze, and scored only five points to fall back, 15-11, at halftime. In the third period, Troy dumped in 20 points and Worden hit 12 to make the score 35-23 with one quarter left. In the final eight minutes, the Tro» jans racked up 16 points,- but it was too late and Troy took an eight point decision. Al Kayser led the Worden scor- ng with 14 points on six field ;oals and two free throws. Brakhane was second with seven points on three buckets and a charity point while Maedge had six points, with two fielders and two freers, before fouling out. For Troy, Chasteen had lg points, with five field goals and eight free shots, and Kamm had .1 on two field goals and seven ree throws. Werdea (SB) Player Brakhaiu Maedge Wllion Kayier Welihaupt Welch Sandbach Miller Trey (47) fg ft pf Player 3 1 4Chaiteen 3 3 SLunger'ter 1 0 4Beckler 6 2 4Smlth 0 1 OSteele 0 1 .IBentel 1 5 2Huston 0 1 3Kamm Stogidale It ft pf 381 000 111 1 0 1 000 001 313 174 303 Totals ... 13 13 25 Totali ... 15 17 IS Score by Quarteri: 1334 Worden 0 11 23 38 Troy o 15 35 4T Official!: Hanold, Kaegel. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS NOW-JustBringltTo] OUR NEW MODERN RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP 2 -Trained Technicians -2 - 12 Years Experience BRAND NEW MODERN EQUIPMENT NOW, do not HMO your tomptr on cold mominft, or watte Jroojo. Nave that leaky radiator repaired. N.B. to Other Oarafoti Froo Ptefcup and DofcWy. Hoatonable pricot. CALL US AND BE SAFE! Your AHen CARTER BROS. INC. 1400 C. MOADWAV OUL MMI REBUILT FORD ENGINE COMPLETELY TORN DOWN AND REBUILT TO ' PRECISION STANDARDS WORN PARTS REPLACED WITH GENUINE FORD PARTS (lartilhd to Yaw Car) ONLY '147 NEW MOTOR GUARANTEE! No Money Down H Car It Clear! 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