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8 .THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1963 E. St. Louis ...69 Collinsvilfe 83 Salem .......77 McLeansboro-.54 Harrisburg ...66 Fairfield 75 Carmi 62 Waltonville ...58 Carbondale ...54 Sparta 82 Alton 67 Granite City.-.54 Mt. Carmel ...62 Metropolis... .49 Marion 62 Flora 58 Bridgeport ....42 Woodlawn....53 Murphy$boro.-49 Du Quoin ....58 • • • ******* PULLEY PULLS ORPHS OVER MTV 72-56 Locals Shoot Cold .258 Centralia Forward Stores 27 As Rams Stop' Berger On 19 Getting a surprising 27-point effort from unsung forward Merritt Pulley, the Centralia Orphans dropped Mt. Vernon's Rams 72-56 here last night in a South Seven opener for both Jeams. While tho Rnms did a highly respectable Job of loldlng Crntralla's publicized 6-foot-8 Cliff Berber (he u-nrcd 10 and he'll average more than that for tho wason), the 6-4 Pulley slipped in 11 field goals on 16 shots. Pulley was sixth man on the Orphans' sensational team of last year. He and Berger were the only returnees for Coach Bob Jones from among the boys who saw much action last season. Guard Terry Gamber and center Gary Jones combined for 31 points to pace Mt Vernon's offense. The Rams got 62 shots Crnm the field as against ."i.I for Centralia, but the locals ran into a frigid niaht of firing when they needed a hot one. The Rams' 16 field goals set tip a .258 average from the field. Centralia tallied 25 for 53 and a .471 shooting mark. Mt. Vernon made 24 of 38 free tosses, while the Orphs basket­ ed 22 of 30 charities. The victory was the second of the campaign for Centralia which started with a 72-46 win ;tt. Carbondale. The defeat was ihc- second for Mt. Vernon after iripping Fairfield in the Opener. C'nncli Itud Bnrnman's K:inis, generally regarded •i> I mm IS to 10-polnt 'iiulenlogs going Into the j nunc, held tho agile Or- ! iliaus in check for almost wo quarters. Centralia jumped to a 3-0 edge but Mt. Vernon took over lends at 6-3 and 11-13. The count was knotted at 16-16 after the first period and was 20-20 in the second stanza when buckets by Eldo Garrett and Berger pulled the Orphans in front to stay. Jones scored 13 in the first half and Bob O'Dell, moved to guard for the first time, chipped In with nine in the early going to keep the Rams in the contest. Jones and O'Dell accounted for nine of Mt Vernon's 10 baskets In the first half. .Tohn Wlelt, who drew a starting berth at forward, had tho other first-half bucket. Mt. Vernon trailed by just six at halftime. 37-31, but a third- quarter drouth brought down the curtain on local hopes. Two-pointers by Rapp, Pulley and Offutt pulled Centralia into a 10-point margin. The Rnms missed their first nine field goal attempts in the third period before Weilt finally connected from the side. When the period ended, Wielt's two field goals and two free tosses by Gamber were all Mt. Vernon had mustered on 17 shots from the field. The Orphs had sailed into control, 53-37. Gamber, after nine consecutive misses in the game, turned on a one-man assault in the fourth period and Mt. Vernon played 'em even, 19-10, clown the stretch. The hard-charging Ram guard got 10 of his 10 points in the final period. However, Pulley cashed in two of his under-the-basket specials and Berger came up with eight points to prevent Mt. Vernon from making a serious threat for the lead. The Rams play at Benton next Friday night. Mt. V. (50) sa fg O'Dell 0 4 Wiclt 9 3 Jones 21 6 Edwards 7 0 Gamber 13 2 Petersen 1 0 Bumpus 0 0 Gunnell 2 1 Kirk 0 0 ft 3 0 3 1 12 2 0 3 0 II 6 15 1 16 n o 5 0 Totals 62 16 24 56 THE PREP SCORES Centralia (72) sa Berger 12 Pulley 16 Offutt 4 Rapp Stalls Garrett Bryant Martin 8 7 5 1 0 fg 6 11 1 2 '•» ,1 2 (1 0 ft 7 5 1 o 6 1 0 0 Totals Bv quarters— 1 Mt. V 16 Centralia .. 16 .... 53 25 22 72 15 21 6 16 4—T 19-56 19—72 ONE OF M0T0RD0NTS SOUNDEST INVESTMENTS ... a quality-value used Cadillac 11' you are Blill a stranger to the practical wisdom of owning n Cadillac, hesitate no lunger. We have an excellent selection of quality- value late model Cadillacs —all well cared for, with low original mileage. These handsome Cadillac motor cars offer greater luxury... more miles of motoring pleasure . . . more value in every way, than many new cars priced considerably higher. We invite you to spend sixty minutes behind the wheel of the model of your choice, and discover for yourself the thrill . . . the sheer joy of Cadillac ownership. Jfyou can afford any car—you can afford a quality-value used Cadillac. JEFFERSON MOTORS 9th and Jordan i' Mt. Varnon Waltonville Pins Upset On V/oodlawn Coach Dave Simpson's Waltonville Spartans staged a Little Egyptian conference upset last night by edging the host Woodlawn Redbirds, 58-53. Benny Bicanich scored 24 and Mike Hamilton added 19 to lead the Waltonville quintet composed of three juniors and two sophomores. Waltonville led 20-10 at the quarter, 35-25 at halftime and 44-38 after three quarters. Woodlawn forged into a lead at 50-49 midway in the final period but the Spartans came back (or the verdict. It was Waltonville's fourth win as against three setbacks. Other Waltonville scorers: Fagan 10, Dressier 4, Kiselew- s'tTi 1 ' "Dial tallied 24 to pace Woodlawn. Other scorers: Payne 3, Smith 2. Fuller 16, Williams 8. Woodlawn won the prelim 47-42. Thornridge 48, Thornton 47 Bloom 68, Argo 35 Steclville 59, Trico 49 Belleville 68, Wood River 42 East St. Louis 69, Alton 67 Collinsville 83, Granite City 54 Nashville 64, O'Fallon 53 Red Bud 7S, Valmeyor 57 East St. Louis Lincoln 79, Lovejoy 57 Cisnc 63, Kinmundy 49 Okawville 75, Pntokn 72 Litchfield 47, Vandalia 45 Salem 77, Mt. Carmel 62 Waltonville 58, Woodlawn 53 Mater Dei 58, Alton Marquette 51 Ashley 67. Sandoval 49 McLcansboro 5-1, Metropolis 49 Harrisburg 68, Marion 64 Hinsdale 54, Lyons 47 Waukegan 46, Evanston 40 Harrington 53, Palatine 43 Jacksonville 66, Havana 45 Crystal Lake 59, Dundee 55 LnSallc - Peru 65, Rockfortl West 64 Sterling 79, Hall 41 Ottawa 62, Morris 48 Eisenhower 56, Charleston 52 Decatur 53, Urbana 40 Mattoon 41, Bloomington 38 Lincoln 65, Danville 63 Tavlorville 56, Pana 49 Effingham 76. Sholbyville 60 Paris 63, Oblong 51 Cumberland 74. Marshall 58 Robinson 65. Hutsonville 54 Albion 81, Newton 56 Olnev 57, Lnwrenccvillo 53 Fairfield 75, Flora 58 Carmi 62, Bridgeport 42 St. Anthonv 75, Stew-Straus 62 Louisville 50, Dietcrich 48 Clay City 63, Noble 52 Staunton 45, Nokomis 12 Lanphier 69, Athens 16 Fcitshans 51. Carlinvillc 53 Greenville 66, HiHsboro 57 Jerseyville 8-1. Gillespie 57 Rock ford East 78, Bclvidcrc 65 Rockford Gilford 75, Loves Park Harlem 62 Rockford Auburn 62, Frceport 61 New Trier 7-1, Oak Park 56 Elkvjlle 59. Christopher 55 Carbondale 51, Murphysboro 49 Shawnee 76, Douglass 17 Cairo 50. Mounds 48 Vienna 65, Rrookporl 62 Sparta 82, Du Quoin 58 Schlarman 61, Watseka 56 Pontine 77, Dwight 45 Rock Island 7(5. Cedar Rapids (Iowa> Washington 72 Galcshurg OS, Moline 56 East Moline 78, Town City (Iowa) 66 Streator 63, Genesco 42 | Pekin 66. Peoria Central 46 ; Peoria Spalding 45, Peoria i Limestone 10 Peoria Riehwooils 52, Peoria Manual 4S i East Peoria 61. Peoria Woodruff 41 Rock Falls 69, Kewanec 62 Canton -19, Farmington 45 Bearrlstnwn 73, Lewistown 69 Jacksonville 66, Havana 45 York 77, Arlington 58 Madison 91. Uoxana 53 Freoburg 69, Columbia 34 Venice 84. Hunker Hill 65 Livingston 76, Mt. Olive 47 Maseoiitah 76, Waterloo 60 BERGER'S 6-FOOT-8 STRETCH Centralia's Cliff Merger (51) uses his six-foot-cight-inrli frnnio to pull down a rebound of one of his own shots in the first quarter of the Orphs' 72-56 win last night. Only player in position to contest Berger for the ball is Ken Offut, another Orphan. Ram players are Eddie Edwards (10), Bob O'Dell (34), Terry Gamber (20) and Garry Jones. Other Orphans are Pulley (30) and Stalls (20). (D. .1. Olson Photo) PULLEY PUMPS IT HOME B.F.Goodrich 9 H'burg Downs Marion 66-62 Coach Bill Trees' Harrisburg Bulldogs made a profitable South Seven debut last night by setting a steadv pace to spill Marion's Wildcats 66-62. Marion held a 37-30 halftime lead after shooting .486 for two quarters, but the Wildcats fell apart in the third period, netting only three of 15 attempts. Harrisburg scored 15 in each of the first three periods then drummed in 21 points down the. stretch to protect the decision. Kurt Feazel scored 23 points and veteran Guy Leo Turner tallied 22 to spark I-Iarrisburg's win. Watson notched 22, Forbes 11 and Shotton 11 for Marion. KAHOKS AND BELLEVILLE BREEZE IN and third Iowa Merritt Pulley (30) pivots and pops in a short jump shot over three Ram defenders In second-period action. Tho 0-4 forward drilled in 27 markers, making 11 of 10 shots from tlit! field, to spark Centralla'V South Seven victory. (Photo by Paul Kern) Fight Results PHILADELPHIA - Harold Johnson, 176, Philadelphia, out­ pointed Henry Hank, 172, Detroit. 10. MELBOURNE — Kimpo Am- arfio, 12S, Ghana, outpointed Oscar Reyes, 125, Philippines, 12. 1963 HORNET BEAUTIFUL STYLING AND FINE QUALITY Pay As Low As $1.25 A Week J AX COAL — Old Ben Green Marked — Hi-Lo and Old Briar Kentucky Charcoal Driveway Materials Crushed Stone Sand and Cement Concrete Specialty Products Patios, Barbecues and Incinerators Coal Heating Equipment Stoker Parts For Any Stoker Don't miss the new Schwinn Hornet ... a finality middleweight bike with the famous Schwinn cantilever (rame, Ameiican made coaster brake, carrier, light, and more. Drop in and test ride it today. 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Dairy Brand 29 16 Holman Motors 29 16 Clark Jewelers 28 17 D-X Fuel Oil _ 26 19 Kinman Gas 24 21 Sandys Beauty Shop .... 22'i 2> l !> Nu-Bowl Lanes 22 23 Courtney Movers 21 24 Davis & WiLsin Texico 19',a 25'i Toney's Speed Wash .... 19 26 Marco Pharmacy 18 27 Sehoeh Advertising .... 12 33 Friday's College Basketball MIDWEST Duke 76, Ohio State 75 Michigan 80, Nebraska 55 West. Reservt 83, E. Mich. 60 PACKERS VS. RAMS IN TV GAME TODAY Cleveland At Detroit, Phil Eagles At St. Louis On Sunday. By BOB MYERS Associated Press Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (AP)-Green Bay's offensive machine was fully assembled for the first time in several weeks and ready to roll against the Los Angeles Rams in their important National Football League game Saturday. The Packers, one-ha|f game behind the Chicago Bears in the Western Division race, were solid favorites to defeat the Rams and keep their title hopes alive. The contest, a prelude to a big Sunday schedule in the NFL, was expected to attract upward of 60,000 and a CBS national television audience. The Sunday bill includes the Bears at home against the San Francisco 49ers, and in the Eastern Division the co-leading New York Giants against Cleveland Browns, the Washington Redskins at New York and Cleveland at Detroit. In other NFL games, the Philadelphia Eagles arc at St. Louis. Pittsburgh is at Dallas and Minnesota invades Baltimore. New York has won 11 straight from the Redskins and figures to make it an even dozen and a season record of 10-3-0. Cleveland faces a jinx at Detroit. In nine regular and postseason games, the Browns have won but once, in the 195-1 championship game. The Lions pinned a 13-13 tie on Green Bay in the last game. The St. Louis Cardinals, 9-4-0, could swing back into a tie at the top with a victory over Philadelphia. Chicago, 9-1-2, cannot afford to take any chances with San Francisco, whose major contribution of the season was a startling upset over the Bears Oct. 20. Green Bay, twice beaten by Chicago and 9-2-1, were back at full strength with a backfield that walloped Los Angeles 42-10 at Green Bay Oct. 6. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — Collinsville, Centralia, Galesburg and Rockford East breezed to easy victories Friday night in the first big round of activity of the Illinois prep basketball campaign. Other undefeated quintets chalking up triumphs included Decatur, Rock Island, Kankakee, Chicago Heights Bloom and Waukegan. Springfield Lanphier and Belleville launched the season with victories in initial tests. Collinsville's Kahoks, a preseason choice in the Southwestern Conference, snared their second triumph of the campaign with an 83-5-1 decision over Granite City. Belleville downed Wood River 68-42 and East St. Louis tripped Alton 69-67 in other conference games. Centralia, runnerup to state champion Chicago Carver in last season's state tournament, took home victory No. 2 by downing Mount Vernon 72-56. Galcsburg's rangy Silver Streaks overcame East Moline's home court advantage and downed the Maroons 68-56. Unbeaten Rock Island East Moline grabbed their victories at the expense of foes. Rock Island edged Cpdar Rapids Washington 76-72 and East Moline took Iowa City 7866. After dropping its first two games, Allema bounced into the victory column with a 60-45 conquest of Quincy Christian Brothers. Rockford East and Rockford Guilford, both highly touted in the Big Eight conference, captured victories against area teams. East defeated Belvidre 78-65 and Guilford downed Harlem 75-62. LaSalle-Peru clipped Rockford West 65-61 and Rockford Auburn's surprising Knights edged Freoporl 62-61. Tho victory was the fourth against no defeats for the inexperienced Knights. Springfield Lanphier's Lions, who finished third in lust season's state tournament, routed Athens 69-16, Calvin Peltit, 6-5 center, hit 15 points and teammate Ed Killion collected 20 for tho Lions. Decatur's Reds, defending Big Twelve conference c h a m p s, opened defense of their title with a 53-10 triumph over Urbana. Lincoln won its fourth game in as many starts, turning back Danville 65-63. Mattoon downed Bloomington 41-38 in another league contest. Kankakee and Chicago Heights Bloom chalked up their third victories in as many starts. Kankakee handed Blue Island Eisenhower its first loss of the season, 46-13. Bloom walloped Argo 68-3-1. Waukegan's Bulldogs won their second game against no losses d o w n i n j arch-rival Evanston -16-10 in a suburban conference match. Hinsdale turned back LaGrave, 54-17. Peewee Tournament ttrd Place Bethel 47. Ina 12 Championship Field 31, Raccoon 18 Grade School Games Bluford (55, Summersville 43 Dodds 36. Waltonville 34 MeClellan 43, Farrington 31 Rome 57, Woodlawn 48 Grand Prairie 55, Ashley 34 Ewing 85, Opdyke 49 Bonnie 38, St. Mary's 23 GIVE GIFT MEMBERSHIPS AAA-AUTOMOBILE CLUB ILLINOIS DIVISION OFFICE 1110 Main Street Mt. Vernon, Illinois Phone 2420242 NORMAN h. HARMON District .Malinger GO . . . IN SNOW With ARMSTRONG Silent Storm Kings Navy's Jolly Roger Says: "No Army Football Team Can Stop Us Ram Sophs Lose 63-36 Mt. Vernon's Ramlots, experiencing a field goal drought in both the second and third quarters, dropped a 63-36 decision to the Centralia Sophs in Vernois Gym Friday night. The locals managed to score only 11 points during the pair of cold-shooting periods. Centralia's young Orphans chalked up 36 counters over the same time. In the first and final stanzas, the locals were only outscorcd by one point in each period. The lead shifted in the opening period, and the visitors found thcmeslvos out in front at the quarter break, 9-8. Centralia's offense began to roll midway in the next stanza, and the Orphs led at halftime by a 27-15 margin. Mt. Vernon shot for a poor percentage from the field in the third quarter, as the winners widened the gap to 45-19. In the final eight minutes, Centralia kept the ball and finished with reserves in notching the win. Roger Westbrook, slvavp- shootlng guard for Centralia, wrapped up game scoring honors with 19 points. Teammates Jerry McCarry and Shelby Haywood followed with 11 and ten points respectively. Walter Pogue. Bill Clark, and Randy Boldwyn netted seven points apiece to lead the weak Ramlet offense. Danny Hester and Mike Williamson each contributed six points for Mt. Vernon. THE WORLD'S FIRST SILENT SNOW TIRE DIGS YOU OUT OF SNOW - KEEPS YOU ROLLING IN MUD EASY TERMS RANMAR'S STANDARD TIRE 1014 Bdwy. - Dial 242-6560 BOX SCORE Centralia Haywood McCarry 5 Starr 3 Ferguson * Wcitbrook 7 Fcgatter 0 Hill 1 Krausz 1 Garrett 0 Faulkner 0 II FG FT TP 1 610 10 1-5 2-4 1-3 5-6 00 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 TOTALS 23 17-30 63 Mt. Vernon Poqun 3 Clark 2 Hester 1 Boldwyn 2 Bunchman 0 Doyle 1 FG FT TP Scrlvner ... Large Williamson . Donner Grant 0 0 1 0 0 Young 0 1 -3 3 5 4-5 3-3 1-2 0-1 0-1 00 4-7 0-0 0-0 00 TOTALS 10 16-27 36 By Quarters: Centralia Mt. Vernon 2 3 IB IS 7 4 WEEKEND PRO FOOTBALL Today's Game Green Bay at Los Angeles Sunday'* (iulnes Cleveland at Detroit Minnesota at Baltimore Philadelphia at St. Louis PHILADELPHIA (AP)-"No psychology and no Army football team is going to stop us." Tills was the solemn promise of Navy's celebrated Roger Staubach, the man on the spot today in the 64th game between the two service academies at Philadelphia Stadium. Perhaps no player in modern times has gone into a game tinder greater pressure than this B-foot-2, 100-pound quarterback from Cincinnati, who has received every major citation as the top college player of the year. The eyes of 102,000 spectators In the stadium and millions of others watching on television screens will be glued on the slender, talented field general of the Annapolis team. Ho is the target of every Army man wearing a helmet. The game, with a 1:15 p.m., EST kickoff, is to be televised nationally (CBS-TV>. It's generally conceded by Army and Navy alike—as well as outside observers — that as Staubach goes, so goes the game. If Army, with its strong interior line and aggressive pursuers, can bottle up the flashy Navy quarterback, then the Cadets have a chance of ending Navy's galling four-game winning streak. If Staubach is permitted to cut loose, as he has in most games this year in which Navy has has won eight and lost only one, I Coach Wayne Hardin stands In | score his fifth in a row over his bitter rivals from West Point— a record for a Navy coach. "We have a great deal of re- s|K>el for Slaubach—he's a wonderful back," says Paul Dletzel of Army, "but we don't think any team is invincible. We think we can win." Navy is favored by 11 points to win this final game and sew up a bid to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas where its opponent would be top-ranked, unbeaten and untied Texas. Cotton Bowl representatives are on hand en masse. The Pentagon is expected to give its okay to a ,lan. I appearance by Navy—if the Midi dies win. With Staubach at quarterback a. master of the peeloff pass and run, and such speedsters as I Pat Donnelly, Johnny Sai and Kip Paskewich to keep defenses honest, the Middies have averaged 32.6 points a game. 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