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10 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Don Duncan Scores 32 Warriors Fire .595 But Lose Tilt With Centralia 102-77 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1963 SPORTING DAZE] By JOHN RACKAWAY Although shooting at a fantastic .595 clip from the field, the ball-handling mistakes of Mt. Vernon's Community College Warriors proved too many as the locals fell to Centralia Jr. College's powerhouse, 102-77, in Vernois Gym last night. Centralia now has won thren straight without a loss, ivhlle Mt. Vernon dropped Its third game In a row. However, the locals held the Slue Devils to 102 points— the lowest they have tallied In any contest this season. The Warriors clicked for 28 field goals in only 47 attempts to compile their incredible .595 mark. The visiting Blue Devils managed to get off 90 shots and connected 40 times for a .444 average. The game was low scoring and close in the opening minutes, but an aggressive defense by the tough Blue Devils forced the Warriors to make numerous ball-handling mistakes that en- j abled the victors to increase their margin. Centralia maintained a ten to fifteen point lead during most of the first half as the locals tried in vain to catch up. At intermission, the Blue Devils pulled to a 47-33 lead. Mt. Vernon was trailing 7952 midway in the final half before charging back to close to 82-64. but a hard-nosed Centralia defense rubbed out this threat. Denny Barnard and Roger Woodrome fouled out for the locals in the second half. Bowling Ladies City League High Gaines Marilyn Sendelbach 201-205: Mary McMullen 190; Vivian Wininger 189; Elaine Flowers 188: Helen Moreton 181. High Series Marilyn Sendelbach 549: Vivian Wininger 535; Mary McMillen 496; Shirley Hertenstein 481; Mabel Miller 480. Standings W L Lawrence Restaurn't 30 21 H & H 28 <2 22*; Razorback Oil Co 28'i 22 Cliff Campbell Signs 28>i 22'-i Coca Cola 24>i 26»i Joi-dan's Furn 2-1 27 Hawkins Ins 23'.-i 27U East Side Lum 16!i 34 >i Mt. Vernon Gets Regional Meet rinckneyvllle ~ (East St. Louis, Marion, Sparta, West Frankfort.) Vandalia — (Altamont, Car- The Illinois High School! linville, Taylorville, Wood River.) Assn. today revealed the tour Sectional winners at Bridgeport and Vandalia tangle in the first-round of the state (Sweet Sixteen) at Salem. Sectional champs from F.ldo- rado and Pinckneyville collide in the first-round at West Frankfort. « • * Carver of Chicago is defending state champion — though some Centralia fans reportedly haven't yet conceded last year's title game. So that's the lineup for 1961. Meanwhile, there's consider- in "1959 when Carmi overcame ] able basketball to be played . . . a 10-point deficit, in the final! * . * * quarter and dumped the Rams !/J;c/) Herrin IS in overtime. Since then, Mt. Vernon has played in regionals at Carmi, ney structure leading to the state prep cage finals in the U. of I. Assembly Hall next March 20-2.1 . . . A total of 688. downstate teams will make the 1964 run at 15 sectional championships. The 15 downstate survivors then join the Chicago public school champ for the first-round state competition. Mt. Vernon was due and has been assigned a regional meet this year. If memory serves us. the last j regional at Vernois Gym was 1 KNOCKED OUT IN COLLISION Dean Of South 7 After association with veteran basketball coaches Arthur Trout, Stan Changnon, Harold Hutchins. Duster Thomas, Jim Evers, Virgil 'Cuss' Wilson. Joe Fairfield, Mt. Carmel and Ai bion. Looks like the local number is going to come up at five- year intervals. Regardless of where they , . I send 'cm, the Rams have com-1 Lucco, etc., it surprised us the —~~ ~~ i piled an enviable record at the ; other dav when wo noted that Coffee & Do-ZSut League | regional level, winning 21 of Rich Hcrrin, of Benton, was the High Games ! 24 possible titles. Mt. Vernon ', currcn "dean" of South Seven G. White loO: M. Harrison j won 17 stra ight. before Mt. Car-! strategists . . . 149; D. Ireland 140. j mc \ p U ]\ c( \ m upse t in 1956. Used to be that coaches st.urk High Series | Carmi detoured the Vernois in around long enough for us t,low- D. Ireland 381: M. Harrison 1 193 9 ^ 1961 . . . learning sportswritcrs to get to 371: P. Camp 342. I * . . know 'cm . . . INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Smaller schools will begin the; Rich Herrin ranks as the HIGH GAMES: Oscar Stock-1 title race in 45 district meets | "dean" because he's beginning ton ''35- Vance Skinner Jr. 218; ; Feb. 24-28. Area districts will be ' his fourth season at Benton. If LOYOLA AND NYU MANAGE CLOSE WINS Admin Smilli. buck court nuin of the Cincinnati Koynl* ami fornirr Cniversity of Kentucky star, lies iincniiM 'inus on the floor of the Cliicinmiti Giinlru. after colliding witli riilliHlclphia's Hal Gri>or during n National llnsUctbull Association name Attending Smith is Royal's trainer Ray llaldwiu. Smith sulTrrctl n fractured check bone. (Al* Wire photo) All five starters hit In double figures for Mt. Vernon. Merle McRaven played a tremendous floor game and pumped In 34 points. Craig Cunningham and Woodrome hit 15 apiece, Barnard scored 11. and Gary Whipple chipped in ten. Don Duncan rang up 32 points for Centralia and back- court mate Russell Coleman added 24 tallies. Center Joe Stark garnered 16 counters for the visitors. Tonight the Warriors will be in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, to challenge the frost-soph team of Southeast Missouri State College in a non-conference game. BOX SCORE Centralis Jr. Colleg* Duncan Coleman Stark K illton White - Helnrlchmeyer . Bollinger Hampleton Stein Vaughn Ferrari Fletcher TOTALS FO 12 11 7 2 . 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 FT 8-9 2-2 2-2 4-6 2-3 2-2 <H> 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 TP 32 24 14 8 8 4 6 0 2 0 0 0 40 22-27 102 Mt. Vernon Jr. College FG McRaven 8 Woodrome 4 Cunningham „. 6 Barnard 5 Whipple 4 McKlnney 1 Fowler - 0 FT 8-13 7-9 3-4 1-2 2-4 0-2 0-0 TOTALS 28 21-34 77 Score at half: Centralia 47, Mt. Vernon 33. Kentucky U. Surprises Baron Rupp Cliff Campbell 226-210: Bob Davis 213: Vance Skinner 212; Frank Huston 213-200-200; Harrv Gant 211: Bob Thompson 209; Chick Deitz 200. HIGH SERIES: Oscar Stockton 614; Frank Huston 613; Bob Wallace 576; Cliff Campbell 572; Harry Gant 561; Vance Skinner Jr. 557: Bill Shroyer 550; Vance Skinner Sr. 546. Standings W L Hub 33 18 Kv. Fried Chicken 32 19 Dairy Brand 32 19 Crown Finance 30 21 Register - News 29 22 Wides Oil 28 23 Brass Key 27 24 Ranmar Tire 25'i' 25V 2 Javcees 25 26 Frostie 22 29 Courtesy Cleaners ....21 30 Eagles 19'.a 3 n i Kiwanis IS 33 Vernois 15 36 EIGHT BALLS LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Marilyn Barker 215: Ethel Manion 200; Jo Ann Hall 190; Florice Poore 179: Maxine Rackaway 178: Wilma Harpole 176. HIGH SERIES: Ethel Manion 521; Marilyn Barker 503: Joan Goldman 477; Jo Ann Hall 459: Maxine Rackaway 458: Pat Alexander 457. Standings \V L Jo-Ella Shop 35 Keele Milling Co 34 Lipps' Construction 21 Hunt Construction 21 Skel-Gals 20 Harry's Market 20 | Big Star 20 'Pep Drilling _...20 Good Neighbors League High Games I Erma Schalter 171; Ida Rob- : inson 162; Nolle Cox 154; Del : Hull 150; Dorothy Olson 150. : High Series • Erma Schalter 444: Dororhv l Olson 420; Nelle Cox 416; Dot! Regenhardt 403. 1 Taco Villa 32 19 E. F. Wielt Co 32 19 Team No. S 29 22 Eater's Sheet Metal 25 1 a 25'i Mt. V. Glass 24!i: 26 » 2 Huff's Beauty Shop 22 29 Team No. 2 20 31 Pekin Farmers Ins. 20 31 Nu Bowl Ladies League High Gaines D. Delaney 203: T. Graddy 179; D. Long 165; S. MeGeehee 163; P. Hilliard 150. High Series D. Delaney 520; D. Long 442; C. Czajkowski 422; T. Graddy 420; L. Castaldi 409. Gift. Chest S&W Motors Summers Dodge Mt. V. School of Beauty Culture 23M: 24Vj State Life 21 ^ 2BVa Reabans 20 28 Foster Equip't 19 29 Volkswagen 18 30 that seems scarcely enough time for an apprenticeship, consider the fact that Mt. Vernon has had three coaches since played at Woodlawn. Enfield and Patoka. The Patoka champ goes to the Centralia regional, the Woodlawn winner to West Frankfort, and the Enfield Herrin arrived .. . , champ plavs at Mt. Vernon. Incidentally, when Benton! Other southern Illinois reg- beat Johnston City last week- 1 ionals are booked for Harris- end, it was Herrin's 200th game { burg. Marion, Anna-Jonesboro, j as a coach. It was his 150th win ; Sparta and Metropolis. | in the 200 starts. NEVER BELIEVES IN LAYOFFS Hottest Seat For Little Nellie Fox Was The Bench Four sectionals in the southern Illinois area are at Bridgeport, Eldorado, Pincknevville l!y JOE MOOSII1L A .750 average" is movin' at a ' '''Tl S| '" r, R u right smart clip - but Herrin , CHICAGO (API - Baseball s admits his percentage is likelv. ll0,,rs,1 SP j' 1 f ? r llUlc Nclllp iox and Vandalia. Regional champs | to shrink. ' wns the "eneh. go to sectional sites as follows:; "A good part, of the record Anfl wcause the u » l,i *R° Bridgeport — I Centralia, Ef-: was built up at Okawville," he : White ft0X kn( ' w N \° flTl fingham. Newton, Paris.) ! says, "You just, don't win like as a part time ball player un- Eldorndo — (Ann-J'boro. Har- that in the South Seven con-: dor their current youth move- risburg. Metropolis. Mt. Ver- 1 Terence vear after year. The:™"', they sold the poppry non.) competition is too tough . . ." | second baseman to the Houston Methodist I Has Lead In Church Loop By MIKE RATIfET Associated Press Sport* Writer NYU is five minutes better than Loyola. That's about the only thing the nation's top two teams proved Tuesday night in a doubleheader at Chicago. It look Loyola's top-ranked Ramblers -10 minutes and a five- minute overtime session to get by Detroit 113-108. NYU's second-ranked Violets managed to get the job done in regulation time, edging Northwestern 75-66. Both games were in doubt until the talent-rich clubs sprang a pair of sophomores for key baskets. Tom Manzke sank the basket that pulled Loyola ahead in overtime and Stan McKenzie hit the key shot to put NYU out front to stay. Ron Miller's 25-foot jump shot as time ran out pulled Loyola into a 98-all tie and forced the overtime. Manzke then took over In the overtime, stealing a pass and 1 racing in for a lay-up that put ! Loyola out front to stay IOS-106. NYU trailed at the half, 40-35, spurt cd ahead early In the second half, but was still locked in a struggle with Northwestern at tvUi3 with -1:-15 remaining. Mac- Kenxie then found the range, connecting for the basket that i i>ui the Violets ahead for good. 1 Tenth-ranked Kansas was the ionly other Top Ten team in ac- Ition, and also ran into difficulty before subduing a stubborn Tex;vs Tech team 73-67. Elsewhere, Bud Koper's 41 points led Oklahoma City to a 05-90 victory over SMU. Dave Stallworth collected 30 points as Wichita walloped Duquesne 917-1 and Notre Dame whipped Bowling Green 79-65 despite a 41-point performance by the Falcons' Howard Komives. Bobby Joe Conrad Only Card Bears Place 6 Men, Packers 5, Giants 4 On NFL Star Squad THE PREP SCORES 13 14 27 '_' i 2? 2? BV THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Crane 65. Tilden 52 Dunbar 60, Marshall 5S Carlyie S3, Sandoval 75 Louisville 51. Cisne 45 Odin 99. Mulberry Grove 79 Highland 102. Stamen 74 Okawville 67. >teelevillp fin Efhnzharr. <-"•• Cairo 71. Egyptian 9? Cairo Sumner ?*. X .v. Com en »0, Tn?o 44 Cerr.hr>' • r '-'- Dorgola 4? Mourd Ci'y S3. Mounds 51 Urban 44. Danville Schiarman Wayne City Nips St. Francisville After Overtime Methodist I took over sole pos- Lou AM luesciay session of first place in Church In turn, the Sox purchased : League last night as Second Ban- piteher Jim Golden and out- j tist. Pleasant Hill, and Presbv- Coach Benny Greenwalt's . . v Wayne City Indians needed an \ atioii"' to" little fielder Danny .Murphy from Houston's Oklahoma City farm club. But the purchase was incidental to the Fox story. Fox, who will be 36 Christmas, was a self-made player. Physically, lie was an inspir- overtime last night to soueo Z * :ma ke '"the'" big^agucs'^e i F1> T ?' i,h .? nd }> po . in,s r ?; past St. Francisville 66-63 and books say he isS-ocS! and 1 S Sueii for t lo^s rack up then- sixth w„ ; i as polmds . standin- on tipt '««'"'^ the Iomms. against a single loss to Fair- jF ox might reach ,V.l and m»- ,. , , , , . i body knows his real weight belt was our first cold shoot-| raus „ Fox wou , f , npvp| , Loyo/a Has Big Lead In Cage Voting By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Loyola of Chicago's national straight win by dumping winless champions impressive in early St. Mary's II, 46-2-1, in the first season tiine-ups are comfort- tilt at Summersville. Dean Peter- ;'bly out front m The Associated son and Louis Grothoff paced the \ l''';; S!i wwMy college basketball — ...... poll terian absorbed their first defeats in loop play so far this season. First Baptist took its third ing night of the year," said 1 cause a scale in anyone's presence, slop on a ^.. G if™ waflt - VVr Jjlk2i2 •>' 1 Kox i-aine lo the Whit 30 per cent from D . Maybe we're lucky to gel that . Ti '.' . a>5 43 „ m „ nut nf nn,. ^vclnn, l,of„,.„i ''l' 1 "" e Sox in a swap which sent catcher ,U .,1.1 ni.il.. In the middle clash. Ina halted Free Will. 10-2J. Gordon PJiine pumped in V, points for Ina and leanimalc Lynn Settle contributed ten. Hoy I ayne topped Free Will's ail'-iek wilh ei'^ht. n the final match. Logan Street S ?nL 0f „rffl, b ?^iA' S in im' In 1oV he"'became W . ""beaten Ran:o>ii 92, Gibson City 72 Casey 73. Newman 60 Caj-mi 65, Albion 57 Bro -ATiStown 6S. Stew-Stras 62 Ciay City 67, Dieterich 50 Hizhland 102. Staunton 74 Ca'rlinville 64, Carrollton 46 Freebm-g 79, Nashville 77 ot St. Louis Vashon 76, East St. Louis Lincoln 71 ot O'Fallon 89, Loveoy 73 Marissa 9-1, Coultei-ville 73 Cahokia 77, Sparta 75 3 ot COLLEGE * SCORES * going into our Holiday tour- i ney.'' St. Francisville led 14-1.3 at i .,„,. n ,. rf _ the quarter and 3.3-27 at half- 1 ,c( 0Klh time. The score was knotted 61-61 at. the end of regulation play. Wavne Citv scoring: Stutts 15. Rost 9, Braddock 2, Dawson 22. Jackson 5, Weber 11. Hughes notched 26 and Parisien 21 for St. Francisville. .35 .30 13 IS 23 Associated Press Sports Writer LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP)-You couldn't twist Coach Adolph Rupp's arm hard enough to get him to admit Kentucky is a dark horse for national basketball honors—but it's evident the Baron ol the Bluegrass has another powerhouse on his hands. Kentucky, displaying a great one-two scoring punch has crushed its first four opponents with such ease that even Rupp admits he's surprised. But still Rup declines to get his hopes up. "I would rather be a winner than a prophet," he twanged. The secret of Kentucky's success has been the scoring ot Cotton Nash and Ted Deeken. Nash, a 6-foot-5 toward and center from Leominster, Mass., is averaging 27.8 points a game, and Deeken, a 6-foot-l forward,. ^ •. /-s, j -r, u n from Louisville, Ky.. is scoring \SM n ^ lUe at °4 7 clip | Springfield Grirnn won Cahokia Defeats Sparta In 3 OT's SPRINGFIELD. 111. (API — In a toe-overtime battle, Sparta was spilled from the undefeated ranks of Illinois high school basketbal teams da 77-75 by Cahokia. It was Sparta's first loss in j four games. Cahokia had lost; clip. And, Rupp has a 6-foot-2 sophomore waiting in the wings who the Baron says is just as good as anyone on the Kentucky squad. He is Mickey Gibson, . wlio averaged 23.1 points a game last year as a freshman. Gibson is waiting out disciplinary probation, which is expected to be lifted in about two weeks. With Nash, Deeken and Gibson fourth contest in a row, topping Riverton easily 73-4-1. on the front line, Kentucky could have the highest scoring front line in college basketball. This could offset the Wildcats' lack of height. Kentucky is ranked fifth nationally in the weekly Associated Press basketball poll. By TinK ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Columbia 7-1, Rutgers 73 Rhode Island 92, New Hampshire 90 Villanova 97, Scran ton 'IS Massachusetts 60, Connecticut 59 St. Francis. NY. 69, Bridgeport 64 SOUTH Maryland 72, N.C. State 62 VMI SO, George Washington 75 West Virginia 79. Richmond 71 South Carolina 45. Furman .32 Loyola New Orleans 81, Spring Hill 5S MD3WEST Loyola, Chicago 113, Detroit 108 (ot) NYU 75, Northwestern 66 S3 Kansas 71, Texas Tech 67 Notre Dame 79, Bowling Green 65 Wichita 91, Duquesne 74 _, . Dayton 87, Miami, Ohio 81 — T^s- j 2 ot SOUTHWEST Oklahoma City 95, SMU 90 Houston 58, North Texas St. 56 FAR WEST Utah St. 94, Texas A&M 71 I Arizona St. Coll. S7, Grand Canyon 76 j Arizona 74, Denver 64 Santa Clara 86, Miami, Fla. 77 Nevada 83, San Fernando Valley St. 75 Woodlawn Edges Mills Prairie The free wheeling Ramblers easy winners last week over North Dakota. 92-54. and Kent State. 100-59. have no major obstacles in their immediate path. Bui New York University, Duke and Arizona State University, leading challengers in Ihe season's lir.st balloting, of 36 basketball writers and broadcasters. Sec- 1 w j|| i) 0 scrambling to keep their y ratings. I Loyola polled \".2 first-place votes and a total of 353 points to lead the field. NYU. which! „, „,.,„. ln „,iinn tin. hwriu. baskeieri 15 counters. ] whipped Cornell and Tulsa in its h ewW \trSuts HI.' mo"t •«* opener a. Dix. Epworth I first two games, was second con oSe v™£ loacfc the cfisccl !>a ..t Wesley Methodist. 53 .|wi.h 312 points. The Violets re-i e^oe isin ^es ,7)' ,nosj c. iT- ' «• Larr> »obbs and Tommy Wieners of the other four first^ T led^^pwoi^'sscoi^inkic,. voles, will have their one. ^,798, and so on down ; ^ S £« : c5S ' By JACK HAND Associated Press S|n>rts Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The defense-minded Chicago Bears, Green Bay's ground troops and the pass-happy New York Giants dominated the National Football League All-Star team announced Wednesday by The Associated Press. The Bears placed six players on the 22-man first offensive and defensive units. Green Bay had five and New York four. Y. A. Tittle, the Giants' superb passer, was a near unanimous choice for quarterback and Jimmy Brown, Cleveland's record-breaking ground gainer, received all but two votes for fullback. Mike Ditka, fine tight end of the Chicago Bears, also polled all but two of the 42 voles cast. The selections were made by a committee of three sports writers and broadcasters from each of the 11 league cities. Ditka was the Bears' only representative on the offensive team but the fine defensive club placed five men on the first unit. They were 6-foot-S end Doug Atkins, linebackers Bill George and Joe- Fortunato and the two ball-hawking safety men, Richie Petitbon and Roosevelt Taylor. Only nine of the 22 men selected last year repeated—six on offense and three on defense. They were Del Shofncr, New York Giants' split end; tackle Forrest Gregg of Green Bay; guards Jerry Kramer of Green Bay and Jim Parker of Baltimore; center Jim Ringo of Green Bay and Tittle of the 1962 offensive team. The defensive repeaters were tackles Roger Brown of Detroit and Henry Jordan of Green Bay and corner back Herb Adderl'ey of Green Bay. Shofncr and Ditka were picked for the two end jobs with Gregg and Dick Scha'frath of Cleveland at tackles and Kramer and Parqer at guard with Ringo at center. VntST TEAM Offensive Unit Split end—Del Shofncr, Now York, 6-foot-3, 185 pounds, 29 years old. Tight end—Mike Ditka, Chicago, 6-3, 230, 21. Tackles — Forrest Greg g. Green Bav, 6-4 , 250 , 29, and Dick Schafrath Cleveland, 6-3, 255. 26. Guards --- Jerry Kramer, Green Ray, 6-3, 255, 27. and Jim Parker, Baltimore, 6-3, 275, 29, Center - — Jim Ringo Green Bay, 6-1, 235, 32. Quarterback — Y.A. Tittle, New York, 6-0, 195, 37. Flanker back — Bobby .Toe Conrad, St. Louis, 6-2, 19o, 28. Running back — Tommy Mason, Minnesota, 6-1, 196, 24. Fullback — Jimmy Brown Cleveland, 6-2, 28, 27. Defensive Unit Ends — Doug Atkins, Chicago, 6-8, 255, 33, and Jim Kat- cavago, New York, 6-3, 240 29. Tackles — Henry Jordan, Green Bay 6-3, 250, 28, and Roger Brown, Detroit, 6-5, 300, 26. Middle linebacker — Bill George, Chicago, 6-2, 235, 33. Comer linebackers — Joe Fortunato, Chicago, 6-1, 225, 33 and Jack Pardee, Los Angeles, 6-2, 225, 27. Comer backers —Dick Lynch New York, 6-1, 205, 27, and Herb Addcrley, Green Bay, 6-1, 200, 21. Safeties — Richie Petitbon Chicago, 6-3, 205, 25, and Roosevelt Taylor, Chicago, 5-11, 186. 26. w aitonville Falls In Final Quarter Thompsonville pulled away in the last quarter to defeat Waltonville's Spartans 72-61 in a league game last night. VValtonville had a 39-38 edge at halftimo and the count was tied 50-50 after three quarters. The loss evened Waltonville's record at 4-4 for the season. Droit scored 32 for the winners and Webster added 22. For VValtonville: Mike Hamilton 20, Benny Bicanich 16. Danny Fagan 17, Jerry Dressier 6, Allan Haley 2. VValtonville meets Equality in the Wayne City Holiday meet on Friday night at 6:45. SACRAMENTO Calif. - Fred Roots, 1621a. Sacramento, out­ pointed Jimmv Beccham, 159?i, Philadelphia, 10. § CHRISTMAS GOLF GIFTS g ^INDIAN HILLS G. C.g f. Open dally S to 5 p.m. 8 K Frltluv 4 to fi p.m. « U 212-1111 Appointment «S the regular second baseman md R;i P'ist, 19-11. Larry Shields I [ O o and wont on lo compile such: 0011 ^ i[i 26 points for the win as most consecul ivc tiers ant! Larry Sherwood added! games without a strikeout (9Si; s 1B ;.., Spro ," f ,L B-^P 'isfs Jim Burton , t0 | oad tnp fic)d< jvry^ full when thev entertain highly regarded Toledo Thurs- He played in 11 AkS t a r I anfl Fowler followed ith II. day in Now York. games and was the American 1 Unbeaten Methodist I continued League's most valuable player its winning ways by handing |in 1959 when the While Sox won Pleasant Hill its first defeat, 59- i the pennant. 18 Floyd Carpenter. Joey Plem. : When Paul Richards. the on. and Rick Hayes were high Woodlawn pulled a mild up- I Houston general manager who for Mol^isl with hi. 13. and set last night by edging Mills I purchased Fox, was managing | \- Points respectively. George Prairie 43-42 in a low-scoring i the White Sox. he decided to j McPn.'i tors and Bruce Dale contest which was close from rest Fox in 1951. | drilled 16 and 14 tallies respec- start. to finish. ; "He needed a rest and I or-tively for Iho losers. Coach Dave Simpson's Red-' dered him benched for his own Lutheran bombed Methodist II, " ' ' sake," said Richards, 'the. nexl • 71-35, in the finals. John Sailer thing I knew. Fox was dashing 1 snagged IP for Lutheran and around the outfield shagging fly j backcourl matel George Kite balls during batting practice. ! netted 1-1 points. John Campbell's Finally, I hid his glove, but the 11 counters were high for the next day I had to put him back Methodist II quintet, in the lineup." West Salem upset Park Avenue, I Fox never possessed the | 42-31. in the opening contest at sped, agility, power and other | Bethel " " ' birds broke on top 8-6 at the quarter, trailed 18-17 at halftime, and were back 35-34 going into the final stanza. The triumph gave Woodlawn a 5-2 mark for the year. Redbird scorers: Payne 4, Fuller 13, Dial 10, Smith 10, Williams 6. Edwards and Merritt teamed for 24 for Mills Prairie. Woodlawn meets Carterville at 9:00 Thursday in the first round of the Wayne City Holiday. Bluford 91 Dahlgren 69 Jim Frakes took game scoring honors and led the victors with 22 points. Mickey Barton tallied a dozen points for Park Avenue. Christian turned back powerful YOUR CONVENIENT B.F.GOODRICH STORE RANMAR'S STANDARD TIRE 1014 Broadway Dial 242-6560 SAVE up to 55.00 ON A NEW BATTERY ANY bittety more thin 2 years oU Is i risk, let ui check yours today...and Install > new one, II needed, «t these bi£ savings. •JMMftltk Btlti SIstNUt Sitvertown S00.600bf. 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Nellie never went into the The top 10 teams, with points on a 10-9-8-7-6-,Vl-3-2-l basis. Chicago Loyola 353 NYU .112 Duke 272 Ari/.ona Stale 119 Kentucky Ml Cincinnati HI Michigan 116 Ohio State 113 Oregon State fit Kansas 61 Others receiving votes, listed alphabetically: Bradley, Colorado State. Davidson, Indiana, Michigan State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio University, Oklahoma State, San Francisco, Seton Hall, Texas, Toledo, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Wichita. tral with 19 and Clary Samford added nine. Dave King dumped in 25 points for the losers Summersville ended Presbyterian winning streak at five by handing them a 40-38 defeat. Sum- clubhouse, but chose to watch! mersville's Arthur Kllis tallied 2.1 the opposing team take batting 1 points and Jerry ParsoiK racked practice. up 12 counters for Presbyterian. "I do it for two reasons," said Fox. "One is I like to razz Washington Stato 85, Idaho 68 50-30. Pierce tallied 17, Wiley 10 and Ellis 10 for Bluford. Rawls added 13 for Dahlgren. Bluford took the 'B' prelim, ATTENTION! Members of Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 755 Loyol Order of Moose ' J ~~ DANCE TO THE MUSIC OP AL ROSS Saturday, Dec. 14 Admission: Your Paid Up Green Moose Card to the left. GO . . . IN SNOW With ARMSTRONG • , <£y I. "Maybe it is a waste of time season. to some guys, but a lot of times by making such a move I can turn a hit into an out. If it; comes at (lie right time, it j might save a ball game." i In addition to his determination, Fox will take a lifetime average of .289 10 Houston. He batted .300 or more six times and had a .260 average last GET READY FOR WINTER NOW \ FRONT E N D \ ALIGNMENT 1 SPECIAL We U align front end. correct camber, caster and toe-in to your car manufacturer's specifications, check shocks and exhaust system, repack front Any U^Tcr. P.rt. Ex«r«. , ,ed .brings for this one 6 •,,. 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