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ALTON tVEKlHO TILBOftAMI THURSDAY, JANUAlllMi, H* Alton. Wood River Meet Conference Opponents Friday i ' 7 ' . • ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^M^^^^^«^MMM|BaHMMB>^Bj|^BflSjsjHiBHHI R • ,. . . -... —.,..„ - -.. ... .. . . - - *- •••— m-—i *—— ir — ^ . — 1M^ Birds at Granite City; Oilers at East Side in Search of Loop Wins By JOHN D. FOCI1T Telegraph Sporto Wltor The Southwestern Conference continues action with the halfway point In the league chase near as the Alton 1 High Redbirds travel to Grdnlte City Friday night to meet the Happy Warriors coached by Byron Bozarth and the Wood River Oilers, currently leading the league, try their skill against the unpredictable Flyers of East St. Louts. The Alton-Granite City affair stacks up as nnyone's ball game on the basis of comparative scores. The Happy Warriers now rank fifth In the conference standings with a record of one win and Tour losses. The Redbirds nje tied for sixth, and last place in the league with no wins nnd three setbacks. A win from the Warriors Friday would boost the Birds by the Granite City flvo Into fifth place, nnd If the Oilers stop the'Flyers, tne Birds have the spot to themselves. If East St. Louis stops Wood River, however, coupled with an Alton victory, the Birds and Flyers would be tied for fifth. The Warriors will strengthen their position If they cop the verdict from the Birds, but have no chance to better their spot in the conference. In fourth place is Colltnsvllle with a record of J-i and a percentage of .667. A Warrior victory would make I he Granite City record 2-4 and the percentage, 333. The Warriors are another question mark In the conference race. On a hot night, the South of I no Border pair of Martinez and Gon- Bowling ACME AIXBYS Wednesday Nlfht Merchant* Lal« Esquire Club won 3 from Mike Electric Shop. Budwclser won 3 from Alton Eagles. Square Deal Radio won 3 from Belcher & Morehead. Mississippi Lime won 2 from Brown Grocery, Alton Moose won 2 from Bond's, Post Office won 2 from Joe Walters Roofing. Ind. high game—V. Morgan 216. Inrt. high series—Sheff 611. Team high game,—Square Deal Radio 831. Team high series—Square Deal Radio 2408, 200 bowlers—V. Morgan 216, Fry 204-205, Blakeley 207, Sheff 202-210, Laird 211. CIO laical No. 384S Carpenter Shop No. 1 won 3 from Open Hearth. Machine Shop No. 1 won 3 from Electricians. Wire Mill No. 1 won 3 from Wire Mill No. 2. Tube Mill won 2 from Bloomlns Mill. Ind. high gome—Zeller 222. Ind high series — Montgomery 57f Team high game—Tube Mill 794 Pioneer Spurt In Second Half Tops Hanks Team 2314. high 200 series—Machine Sho bowlers—Zeller 222 znles can wreck almost any The dimunitive Mexican and has plenty of fense. pair Is fast have 10 know-how when It comes to sifting through a defense. Both h-ve averaged slightly better than points per game for the first five Granite City conference clashes. Another man for the Birds to about is Belts, who has been finding himself in .«»•..,,. He racked up 16 points against a Wood River defense that cave his entire team only 37 markers. The height on the Warrior five Is taken care of by Fox and Kahle, .who ordinarily concern themselves more with rebounding should i have a worry recently scoring, than scoring. The Redbirds height advantage on the Warriors, but control ol the backboards may be difficult. The Warriors, realizing their handicap in the altitude department, have a fetish for waiting until an opposing rebounder comes down with the ball and then either stealing it from him of \y- Ing it up. And, while the Warriors seldom get the tip on jump balls, they are expert at letting the other jumper control the tip and then stealing the ball The most probable starter for Alton High is Bob Kuhn, who currently ranks second in the conference scoring race. He has counted for 46 points In three league games for an average of 15.3 points per game. He is the only Bird with an average of more than 10 markers per tilt, however. Granite City has tsvo scorers, Martinez and Gonzales. In the top ten Rcorers. Gonznlcs Is ninth with a 10,8 average nnd Martinez Is tenth with a 10.2 average. For his other starters, Coach George Ingles will probably call on Karl Hoapland and Fred Gardens, Rod Connor may get the not at the pivot while Ingles can use Jim Halleck, Tommy Holmes, or Roscoe Franklin or Randolph Smith for the other spots. Franklin and Smith both had largo hands In the good showing 6f the Birds in their last outing, against the Tigers of Edwardsville. Except for a couple of games,, the;Flyers would be considered mince-meat for the Oiler machine Friday night. But Wood River and'.East St. Louis fans arc not forgetting thafthe Flyers knocked off Fekln and came within throe points of Kankakec In the Host St. Louis tournament. And the Wood Riverltes are willing to ad- mlt.that either the Chinks or the Kays are probably In the Oiler class. Any other way you figure It, the Oilers have the edge. To date, Coach Chick Summers' crew has won 11 games nnd lost one while Conch Pick Dehner's Flyers have won two nnd lost nine. The other win was at the expense of the weak Bcnton Rangers, also in the East Side tourney. Kurtz Is the leading scorer .for the Flyers as he has racked up 34 points In three games for an average of 11.3 per game. The Oilers can balance Kurtz Montgomery 210-200. \Vedncnday Afternoon Ladle* Kennedys won 3 from Red Bird Smiths won 2 from The Cat's Paw The Bla Blahs won 2 from Th H & A's. Relss won 2 from Th Fishes. Ind. high game—6. Ochs 201 Ind. high series—B. Ochs 50' Team high game—Reiss 763. Team high series—Relss 2169. 200 bowl ers—B. Ochs 201. Wednesday Night 7:15 Merchants Suncrest Orange won 3 from Tannery. Wood River Moose No 1 won 3 from Schaffner Music Patron Eagles won 3 from .Red & White Grocery. Bud's Shoe Shop won 2 from Russell-Miller Lolly Pops won 2 from Alton Box Board Co. Trans. Beder Grotto won 2 from Alton State Hospital Noll's Bakery won 2 from Eagles No. 2. Wood River Moose No. won 2 from Brandenberger. Peebles Painters won 2 from Alton Universal Cushion. Ind. high game—Nicolet 236. Ind. high series 1 —Nicolet 559. Team high game—Wood River Moose No. 1, 880. Team high series- Wood River Moose No. 1, 2496 200 bowlers—Howard 205. Gaffney 222, Davenport 205, Nicolet 236 Newberry 210, Page 201, Smith 208, DeFrates 212. WcdneMliiy Ninht Ladies Try Finer Cleaners won 3 from J. B. Steck Agency. Johnnie's Tavern won 2 from Curt Lee Hudson. Alton Universal Cushion Co won 2 from Wolf Excavation. Ind. high game—Taylor 199. Ind. high series—Weeks 509. Team high same—Tryfiner 790. Team high series—Tryfiner 2244. UPPER ALTON ALLEYS Glaus League Yard Office No. 1 won 2 from Engineers. Wood Box won 2 from Maintenance No. 2. Maintenance No. 4 won 3 from ACMS No. 2. Individual high game: Lively 210. Individual high series: Pace 548. Team high game: Yard Office No. 1, 847. Team high scries: Yard Office No. 1, 2411. 200 Bowlers: Live ]y 210, Pace 205. WOOD KIVKK BOUT Wednewlay Night Ladies ISCO won 2 from Wells-Schmidt. Carson's Grocery won 1! from Forkcyvillc. Phoebe's won 2 from Connor's Insurance Agency. Card' ncr Beauty Shop won 3 from Monty & Glbby. Ind. high game— Oiler 177. Ind. hluh series— P. Gardner 448. Team hlKh yaine — Gardner's Beauty Shop 708. Team high series— Gardner's Bon ut. v Shop 2097. , WmlnnMluy Senior Merchant* Connor's Insurance Agency won 3 from Hofgren Grocery. Merv's won 2 from Tucker Shell Service, Ninth Street Grocery won 3 from Odd Fellows. '-'04 Seniors won 3 from Dixie. Stuart Motor won -' from Weaver & Stevens. Charlie's Market won 2 from K»IK Pins. Ind. lilsh Borne— Tlmlnsky 222. Inri. hlfih scries— Tlmlnsky (529. Team hlph pime— Merv's 890. Team hljjh series— Merv's 2546. L'OO bowlers -Walters 202, Tlmlns- ky 204-203-222, Fulkersou 212, sieg 200, Towey 20.'t, Slddens 203, Howard 213, KerRuson 201. Y Bombers Stop Russ Crew, 87-58 By IHW PLAfMKt Telegraph Sport* Writer Qulncy's "mean wlttle kids" couldn't, get. by or around the referees Wednesday night at'East Junior High School. They happened to be on the same floor with Johnny Fraser and "Rock" Rosset- l:, the two refs that Intervened lots of limes as the Pioneers racked up their seventh win of the season over Quincy College, 49-41. IT (he Quincy baskcl bailors haven't, got. the whistle blues and don't jump out of their goose pimples every time they hear, one today then they've got more nerve than an Albino In Russia. They heard enough toots Inst night. A gander at the box score reveals only 17 fouls against the Hnwks, but here's the catch. Late in the game with Shurtleff preserving a tenacious 43-41 lead, the Hawks went to work and so did the refs. The visitors fouled five straight times and the Pioneers cashed in on four of them. But those fouls that Quincy committed weren't the pat-pat kind. They were the slap, bang, shove, gouge kind. It seemed there was no way out for the Quincy lads but to foul. Or so they thought. The main target of the Quincy attack was John Logan, who when looking at him sideways reminds one of the line down the middle of a highway. Boys Mu»t Piny The Hawks had It in for the poor guy. Every time he got the ball on a rebound there were three or four Hawks around to give him the business. An elbow here, another .one somewhere else, three or four pairs of hands playing tit- tat-toe on his ribs, and of course, the usual shoves that "accidentally" happen on rebounds. Big Jawn stuck In there, though. He had what it took; He fought for every rebound that he could possibly get. He didn't score a >olnt, but his presence was felt, you could tell it by the winces of hi- crowd every time he went up 'or a rebound. Bob Jones took care of trie rough stuff under the buckets. He fits nto that kind of a picture. If someone else wants to get a little bit on the rough side, Jones is he man for Shurtleff. And he came through when the Pioneers needed him most — in the latter >art of the game. His hawking of the boards In the late stages played an important role in the, closing Shurtleff rush that netted them victory. As for the outside work, there George Gaunder and Dutch Wilier, the two little men on the Shurllcff squad. The pair combined to score 24 points or almost lalf of the Shurtleff total. Each md a doien points. Each scored heir points the same way — four 'ield goals and four free tosses. And they played a smooth game at the guard posts. Three For Three Gaundcr's and Miller's steady PROS TALK SHOP—Ben Hogan, ^ershey, 'Pa., (1), and Jimmy Demaref, Ojai, Calif., (r) take tirjne out to talk shop during 24th Los Angeles Open Golf Tournament. Ben was wearing his "lucky blue" sweater for the third round, and Jimmy, notorious for his outlandish headgear, has been bareheaded so 'far during this event.— NEA Telephoto. Cadets Host to JohnBurroughs Quintet Friday The Red Raiders of Western Military Academy will open their ABC Conference basketball season Friday when they meet John Burroughs at Western field house. The game will start at 8:15 p. m. So far this season, the Raiders have fared none too well in their search for cage victories. They started the year with a loss to a tough Jennings, Mo. quintet by a count of 57-41. But in the second game, they came back to stop the Redbirds of Alton High In a thriller, 43-41. And just before leaving school for Christmas vacations, the Cadets pie, one of the fell to Gilles- better Illinois teams, 50-42. In .their only game since coming back to school, the Cadets were edged by Carlinville and a single point, 40-39. Western rooters, however, point out that the Cadets' losses have been in road games while the win was played on the Western floor. And the John Burrough's five will be playing the Raiders In the comfortable confines of the Western field house. So far Gus Bjorklund has been the leading light in the Raider scoring beacon as he has racked up 49 points in the first four Raider games for an average o£ 14.25 per encounter. Much of his help has come from Bob Zlckgraff who has racked up 33 markers for a 8.25 average, despite smallest man on the bej*g the team, and with Bob Mutz, who ranks siy.lh In the league point making with 5.1 points In four games for an average of 13.25 and Lowell Petll.t. the tall plvotman, who has counted for 43 points for an overage of 10,75 per contest. Petilt mnl:s eighth In the league scoring. The Flyers can't spend too much energy guarding Mutz nnd Petit), however, as the other three Oiler starter* are potent at the bucket too. They are Morris Dorsoy, Melvln Sheets, and Don Capron. Ezzard Charles Gets Edward J. Neil Award NEW YORK, Jan. 13 - (*»» The Edward J. Nell Memorial AWM| for the boxer who had done the jftMt for the sport in VJ49 Will If awarded to Ewuu-d Chai lo» «t • djwier tonight. Tim MVfM to Charles, NBA- IfWpMlM Immrwelght champion, j* mm iMimlfr In memory of •ports wrli- lli 1938 while dvll war* The YMCA Bombers had much '-.ll-around power for too the Bernle ttuss cagers of SI. Louis, Wednesday night, at the V. The final score found the Altonlaiis on (ho long end, 87-58, Bob Boyd led (lie Y attack as he flipped In 11 buckets and one free throw for 23 points. • I.croy Moore WHS right behind with nine baskets (or 18 points. Bob Young had 13 Y tallies and Bob Johnk chipped In with 12 more. For the Bernle Russ crew, Russell was high man with (ive baskets and one charity shot for 11 points. Wescott chimed In with four fielders and two gift tosses for 10 points. V M O A Player Pretcotl Klchen Johok Moor* Boytf KriMrd (•t) sUral* (fit P< Piavtr 3 it aituM*ii I I UScholor • • 0 osttelman I) 0 JWeilcott II I OBeck 4 I II Jennings • I IBelknop (M) • 0 1 I I 3 0 1 • a t i Total. .40 T • ToUl* ...It 411 by Halves) US vork at the red stripe line kept he Altonians in the game In the nitlal half. Each lad had three chances at the red line and the two •ounce)ed on every toss. For a change Shurtleff mot up vitli a college team that a lot of h schools in Illinois could beat in lie height department. Quincy had small team. The starling lineup irobably didn't average six feet. The two blond haired Tappe wins brought the average down. .'ho two little guys stood about j'7" tall, which was about the same height as Heitholt, the southpaw hat caused Shurtleff miseries in he early minutes of the game. The Tappe twins and Heitholt ••ere vets from last season. And he trio proved that a year's ex- erienco helps a lot. The three vere just about the best Quincy ould offer, The look-alike boys ailed nnd set up he plays, while leitholt took care of the scoring hase of the contest. The left hand- r banged In five field goals and ,vo free shots for 1U points. Set I'liiy* Shurtleff had lots of trouble ith the Quincy cagers. The up- ate boys had their, plays down it nnd the Pioneers couldn't seem to break them up. There'was nu hurrying the Hawks. They united until nn opening, called a play, passed off eight or nine times ami filially shot into the basket ui 1 screened for the shooter, who usually had an open shot at the bucket. There was no denying the Pioneers in the second half. They took charge of the boards, Logan and Jones style, and dominated the second half. * Play wns Improved all around to' the Pioneers. They seemed to know what to do with the ball wheni'ver they gut their mitts on It The reserves Ilia) Pearce. Inserted didn't weaken the attack either, Louis Hauser and Karl Lee and Will Poo all chimed in with timely points. Quincy doesn't have a same scheduled until the latter part of this week. The Hawks are recu-, perating from whistle-ltis right at this moment, usually the smallest man on the floor. Other probable starters for the Cadets are Tom Holsen at center, and Hassel Stone and Bill Baker in the other spots. Holsen has counted 28 points for an even seven point average while Stone has 22 and Baker 20. White Sox Sign Young Canadian Pitcher for '50 CHICAGO, Jan. 12 — <£") —Bob Simpson, Slim righthand pitcher from Leamington, Ontario, Canada, has signed a contract with the Chicago White Sox class A Farm club at. Colorado Springs, Colo., John Rlgney, Sox farm director, announced today. East Jr. Clips Oiler Frosh, 47-30 East Junior High School's classy cage squad* rolled merrily along Wednesday afternoon at the expense of the Wood River High School freshmen, 47-30, on the Hornet floor. East Hornets were ahead from the start. They jumped to a 17-14 lead at the end of the first period and advanced from there to a 26-18 margin at the half. After three quarters It was 33-23. Nash was high for East with 10 buckets for 20 points. Bugg and Simms each had eight points for the Oiler crew. Wood Blver (30) Player Bllbruck Ott BUCK Murray Slmmi Hlnes . Bourland Greenberg fgftpf Player 1 0 ONeudecker 2 0 SOgden 11 IChllder. 4 0 OHook 0 0 IScogelni 4 0 5 Nash 000 211 000 Junior (47) fgftpf 212 134 211 -301 301 10 0 3 Totals ...14 211 Totals Score by Quarters: East Wood Hlver Officials: Dunn, Clupper. 21 S12 234 17 26 33 47 14 18 23 30 1 Lew Andreas is directing Syracuse's basketball team for the 25th season during 1949-50. Roxana Repels Livingston Visit.5542 Roxana High School went out and got its eighth win of the season in 1 determined fashion, Wednesday night on the She!) floor, The Shells found Livingston easy prey after a slow start and wound up on tha long end of a 55-42 score. • The Shells have been determined to do something about that elusive .500 mark for the past several games. Finally last night they got the jump on It and yrent two up, bringing their season's record up to eight wins and six losses. The proteges of coach Ted Atkinson started slowly. It was just a matter of time until they left the Livingston dribblers in the dust. They set their sights in the second half and calmly and methodically proceeded to run the sox off the visitors. Walt Steffen was the lad who ran the Invaders soxless. He was always pn the front end of the Shell, fast break whenever it was pulled off. Bill King and Fred Foster paired up to lead the Shells in the out- court shooting and also scoring. King was the ace with six field goals and four foul shots for 16 points. Foster came In for second honors with half a dozen buckets and a third that many charity tosses for 14 more Roxana points. Getting back to Steffen, the speedy lad dripped in four fielders and three free flips for' 11 points to rank third in the Shell scoring race. Duane Potter, the most improved lad on the Roxana squad, proved his ability some more last night-by coming in with nine timely points on three buckets and a trio of foul shots. Both teams employed the man- to-man defense, but Roxana's was more effective from the scoring viewpoint. The Shells really tightened up in the second half. They allowed the Livingston cagers just 17 points, while they were pouring in 26. Roxana jumped to a fast lead, but the invaders crept up and were just one point back at the finish of the initial frame. Then the visitors pulled ahead In the second period only to have the Shells come back strong and go ahead by four points at the intermission, 29-25. Then came the Shell tightwad act. They allowed the aforementioned 17 points and went on to win. While they were stingy with points, the third quarter found them going at a steady pace and leading after three cantos, 41-32. Allen and Malench combined to give the Shells the most trouble. Each lad scored 11 points the same way—five field goals and one free throw. Sandrin. came . In with eight points, while Wargo dumped in seven tallies. The pressure was put on by King and Foster in the final half. The two combined to score 18 points in the latter part of the contest. Each had nine points. King's ability at the free throw At Wit* Mm r«cfct Every couple of weeks or w we filled out. .What we want to te«« get a letter containing a box *core lineup with field goali, '— of an Independent basketball game, throws, and personal All too often, the letter falls to each player plus score l sa# where or whenJthe game was and officials. We •PP* . played. Often it falh to give the names of players who lead •«>«"*, information we need for our itor- Unfortunately, because of th» size of the Telegraph iporti «*«, *«* ies. s MA'S .„., and the office opens at 8 a. m. .core -MM That give, us^an hour Jo «to the restrictions. Normally, a box .core sent ••»• ••"•- -~ -•- {."number before 9 a. m. the day after the » lme '• fairl y we " " llcfl game Is played. And, without .„*„.» launching into 'a treatise on the On the subject of Independent postal system, most box scores basketball, things are looking up mailed tonight won't be delivered for the local play for fun boys. The to us before 9 a. m. tomorrow. Men's League at the YMCA is tne Unless mailed in Alton, and it Is toughest in years. One member, doubtful in that case. Bob Lewis, is no longer with th*> Our suggestion is that independ- league—he is playing pro'-•-onni ent teams in neighboring towns basketball for the touring jvaga* where the Telegraph circulates try bond Kings, with a former ic-ain- to find a member of the team or mate, Earl Dodd, who was released fan, or father, or son, or someone, by the Denver Nuggets of the Na- who works in Alton. Such,a mes- tional Basketball Association. Lew- senger "could deliver the box score is, formerly of Kirksvllle Teachers, on the way to work. If the building is the boy who, according to King is locked, the box score can be put Boring, who owns the Vagabond through the mall slot in the door Kings, can juggle three basketballs and we can get it when we come blindfolded. We've never seen him to work In the morning. For in- perform the trick, but we believe dependent teams playing In Al- it. The Vagabond Kings tour tht ton many managers just drive by country playing local independent after the game and put the box clubs in the towns they visit and scores in the mail slot then. That apparently have a pretty good ball is the system we like best, but we club. Besides Lewis and Dodd, realize that no one should make whose ability is well known In the a special trip from Grafton to de- area, they have a pivotman who it seven feet and two inches tall and liver a box score. As for the information contained Johnny Sebastian, a former player in the box scores—the Telegraph at Southern Illinois University, has forms which we will give to who Is still the best set shot we'vi anyone wanting them that can be ever seen. ' Hartford Civic Tops Roxana, 63-4$ on Hartford Civic cage crew went a rampage Wednesday night at Roxana and the Roxana Indees happened to be in the way of a 63-48 score. High for the Hartford team was Ken Zumwalt with 22 points. Keith Parker flipped In 15 markers for the Roxana squad. line kept the Shells in the game. Bill plunked in four out of five. Llvlniitoo (4!) Player. Allen Sandrin Urekar Torry Wargo Malench Heinz fg ft pf Player S 1 5 Steffen 4 o 3Freeman 0 1 OGray 0 0 2Willi«ms 3 1 SKloinert 1 1 4Potter 2 0 2King Foster Bexana (»») fgftpf 430 100 0 2 1 010 003 331 • 44 621 Totals ...19 421 Total* ...20 IS 10 Score by Quarters: 2 29 41 55 Livingston 11 25 32 42 OfflciaU: Tabor. Spurgeon. Pancho Gonzalee Beats . Kramer Twice in Row RENO, Nev., Jan. 12, tfP) — For the first time Pancho Gonzales has beaten Jack Kramer twice in a row since their current world championship pro tennis tout started. Gonzales turned the trick last night as Kramer tired in a mara- |thon performance, 5-7, 6-3, 10-8. The young pro rookie also won Tuesday night in Los Angeles. Last night's win was Pancho's eighth in 46, tries. George Washington has played only two overtime games In history against. Us 1949-50 opponents, but one was a double and th« other a triple overtime.; Not since the 1928-29 season hat George Washington U. experienced a losing basketball campaign. A 20-game schedule is slated for 1950 for the pentagona^ hockey league. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS » EAST Columbia 58, Fordham 51. Dartmouth 60. Maryland State SB. Temple 54, Delaware 41. Rhode Island State 76. Brown 58. Colgate 68, Clnrkson 52. Cornell 87. Syracuse 58. Army 61, Harvard 58. Carnegie Tech 62, Pitt 42. Princeton 72, Pennsylvania 53. Trinity 60, Yale 56. Vlllanova 84, Rutgers 67. Muhlenberg 83, LaFayette 69. New Hampshire 53, Bowdoin 43. Massachusetts 61, Connecticut ST. SOUTH Louisville 70, Western Kentucky 59. Navy 54. John Hopkins 40. Wako Forest SO. Furman 41. George Washington 02, Richmond 56. Virginia 78, Virginia Military 55. Georgia 63. Mercer 57, Union (Kyi 58, Carson-Newman 47. Centre 69, Transylvania 47. SOUTHWEST Arizona 80, Texas Western 58. West Texan (ill. Hardln-Slmmons 50. MIDWEST Notre Dame 58, DePaul 53, Bowling Green (Ohio) 57, Toledo 54. Chicago Loyola 59, Marquett* 96. Hamline 64. St. Mary's (Minn) 44. Valparaiso 64, St. Josephs (Ind) 37. Wabash 62, DePauw 93. Western Michigan 73. Hope 43. Adrian SB, Olivet 5J. WE8TMN St. Marys (Calif) 48, College of Pacific 47. Sacramento State 48, Calif. Aggies 44. ' Basketball ASSOCIATED PHESS Chicago Ar»l> lllrsch 44, Bowen 23. Tildcn t>4, Dunbar 46. Morgan Park 41. Parker 36. Wells 45. Washburne 33. Austin 43. Tuley 36. Vermilion Valley TeuraaaMBl Forresit 40, Cullom 39. Onarga 65, Hertchcr 46. > Llltl* Ten TtmrnaasCBl Enfeld 40, Grayvtlle 38. Crossvllle 61. Went Salem 37. Albion 57, St. Franclsvllle 4J. •Pi**** L*it iViflftf By THE ASSOCIATED PMII DKTKOIT — Tony Janlro. 191% Prep By THE t Player K.Tappe Gudermulh Honaker Heitholt Hunde Blvkhau* Burtord Anderson Lenen MTappe Totals Ul) f.«tpl 1 OMIIIer » 4W.P<M 0 OGnunder a ttR.Poe 0 OHnuur o 3U« 0 OLogan 1 IJones 01 I S A SburtUtf (4»» I...PJ I I 4 0 0 0 0 1 a 81T ToliU ...IT 1414 DKTHOIT — Tony Junlro, Vounittuwn, O., outpointed Charlie Kunurl, MB, Irvlngton, N, J.. 10. TOPEKA, Hat.— Bert Lytetl, 188, Frefiio, Calif., outpointed Billy Oavtt. 1(18, Indlanapolli, 10, A national collegiate record for free throws' In one game was set in 1949 when Hillary Chollet of Cornell made 19 against Syracuse. Wei Parrel hit nine home runs In 40 games for Cleveland In 1041, • major league record for circuit clouts by pitchers. Al Severance is in his 14th sea- ton as head coach of basketball at Villanova. ... ... •core at h«lf: Hhurlteff !N QwlOCf U rr«Mr. Michigan State draw more than 88,000 spectators te 10 home basketball games In 1947.49, but slipped to 82,323 |or IS gara«» In 194*49. A ENJOY ELM DAIRY American Beauties at m:\no \ rs SEE THE OUTSTANDING NEW 1950 PLYMOUTH AT YOUR CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH DEALER IN ALTON 'The Most Beautiful Plymouth Ever Built" FREE AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSES FOR THE LADIES. REFRESHMENTS, MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR EVERYONE. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION BROADCASTS OVER RABW STATION WOKZ ORHUNATINQ IN OUR SHOWROOMS THURSBAY AND FRIDAY, JAN. 12 AID 13, FROM 4:45 TO 5:00 P. M. Join tne Fun at REXROAT MOTORS OPEN HOUSE JAN. 12 -13-14 't [' M'. H J

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