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PAOB H*VttOrt.tt ONttttAl N01TV TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, IIIO 77-52 Dutch Miller Sets Pace With 29 Points; R. Poe, Jones Hit for 16 and 14 By DON PLAMKI Telegraph sports Writer Little Toot, Mighty Mouse, or Captain Marvel Jr. hasn't got a thing on Shurtleff College's Dutch Miller. The little guy runs around in fast company when he steps on the floor (or a basketball game. And what he does with the round ball proves there is plenty of room left for the little man in this day and age of cage goliaths. The plnt-stsed basketeer came within four points of breaking record Monday night at East Junior High School as he punished the rims for 29 points to lead his Pioneer point pursuers over McKen dree, 77-52. Dutch, who is all business once he gets on the floor, treated the hometown fans to some fancy shooting last night. He hit just about all kinds of shots. First the crowd saw him hit for three or (our running one hand shots, then the fans saw him drive in for a couple. Once or twice he was on the (ront end of a fast break, and of course there was the couple of times he stole the ball to make easy lay-ups and the other times when he just nonchalantly stood way out and tossed in some two handed set shots. While all this was going on, few realized that he was well on his way to a record. What's the record? Well, the first yeor the Pioneer Conference was formed some hot-shot had a field night at the buckets by pouring In 32 points. The record has held ever since. So Near, So Far Last night it was in grave danger, though. Miller, tossed In 13 field goals and three charity shot* for 29 points. Twice In the second half Dutch missed easy lay-up •hots when he broke Into the clear. Had he connected safely the conference record would have been rewritten today with Dutch Mill• er's name on the dotted line. Fire chief Jim Lewis was one of the fans at the game last night, but whether he was there for precautionary measures had no effect on the Pioneers. They went right ahead and burned up the place with their terrific shooting. And right In front of Lewis' eyes. About the only guy that stayed within the fire laws was George Gaunder. Last Saturday against Eureka, Gaunder might have been thrown in the clink had Lewis been at the game. He hit. for four straight long set shots before, he missed. Last night it was a different Gaunder that took the floor. His first four shots bounced off the rim. Then he finally hit one of his deadly set shots and the ice was broken. But that brief spell of prosperity lasted just one shot. He had all kinds of trouble finding the range. The two big rough tough boys on the Shurtleff squad, Rob Poe and Bob Jones, teamed up last night to prove slightly less than a couple 1 sticks of dynamite. The duo exploded for 30 points between them. Poe pumped in 16 points on four buckets and eight free tosses, while Jumpln' jack Jones rained in the same number of (Ield goals and half a dozen foul dips. You Bad, Bad Boy Jones just about didn't make It. He had two fouls in the first minute of the game and three In four minutes. Coach Merle Pearce yanked him after the third one and cooled him off. Later when he went In the game his hands didn't get in the way of a loose McKendree wrist or back or rib. Sometimes they look so Inviting. Maybe he just couldn't resist the temptation In the opening minutes. If John Logan makes It through this season he's a better man than his physique indicates. John stands about six feet (our Inches and weighs 165 pounds. Picture that In your mind. If you can't, frame in your mind how an overgrown pool cue would look, then you get a reasonable Idea of "Hobo". Like most of the other games this season, Logan took a beating under the boards last night. II seems the other teams pick on no one but him. The small McKendree team used his ribs as a step ladder to grab rebounds. They used his face as a punching bag. And they used his back as a cushion coming down (rom grabbing rebounds. "Hobo" stuck In there. He managed to sneak In four field goals and a foul toss for nine points. The height advantage that Shurtleff had was bound to come sooner or later. It came near the end of the first half, when the Pioneers pulled away to a ten point, 33-23 lead. They grabbed rebounds like they Bowling ACME Knights «( Celamtnts Commodores won 3 from Captains. Discoverers won 3 from/Admirals. Sailors won 3 from Explorers. Columblas won 2 from Breakers Navigators. Navigators won 2 (rom Pilots. Mariners won 2 from Skippers. Ensigns won from Anchors. Pirates won 2 from Pathfinders. Individual high game: Cogan 232. Individual high series: Joehl 595. Team high game: Breakers 861. Team high series: Mariners 2362. 200 bowlers: Tueth 222 Cogan 232, Begnel 212, R. Joehl 214, E. Manns 212. Alton Classic Falstaff won 3 from Bluff City. Stag won 3 from Lyttons. Metcalfe-Miller won 3 from Mineral Springs. Nu-Grape won 3 from Greenfields. Griesedleck won 3 from Masons Root Beer. Individual high game: Springer 243. Individual high scries: Perica 626. Team high game; Falstaff 969. Team high series: Falstaff 2788. 200 bowlers: Springer 243, Smith 223, 201, Kochan 203, Laughlin 214, Netzhammer 200, BaJ'ard 200, K. Hnle 203, 209, Taylor 208, should have from the beginning. What befuddled the Alton cagers In the opening moments of the game was the slow deliberate style of play by the McKendree boys. They had their plays down pat and didn't attempt to hurry. Heart Failure In the second half, the Pioneers spurted to a fast 41-26 lead and then McKendree tried some of the hustle-bustle Shurtleff style and found It worked. The visitors scared everybody In the place but the fans who had journeyed down from Lebanon to witness the game. They shot from way out. every time they got their hands on the ball. And what surprised everyone was the fact that they were going in. The cagers from Lebanon closed the gap to six points, 52-46. But then the dynamite due, Rob Roe and Jones, took command of the situation and snuffed out the valiant rally by the hot shooting McKendree baskctballers. High man for the invaders was Beaty, who used his wicked two handed push, Jump shot to cash in on seven field goals for 14 points. Re was the main troublemaker when the McKendree cagers started their rush. Twice the action got so furious In the late stages of the game, that the referees had to separate Grant of McKendree and a couple of other Pioneers. Grant was no big man by any measures. But his fiery attitude under the buckets and his roughness gave the Pioneers a lot of trouble. Maybe too' much for some of the Pioneers. The victory was Shurtlcffs ninth of the season and third in Pioneer Conference play. The Alton collegians are now the undefeated leaders In their conference. On the loss side they have dropped three. Shariurr McKcudree <5S) Player Beaty 6 0 OW.Poe S 1 4Qaunder 1 0 JR.Po* Kirk MaoUtox Gregory Burnett Grant Herrln Lea Miller «« ft pf Player 7 0 IMillcr 1 1 4Hau*er I I tU« 0 SLogan 2Jon«§ S S 1 a o (711 f S (t p( 13 3 0 1 0 1 a o i 484 0 1 0 i o a 4 1 3 484 Total* ...34 4X1 Total* ..291912 Score at Half. Bhurtleff 33. McKendree aa. Official*: Prater. Plummer. ShipmanWins At Greenfield Indee Tourney The Shlpman five detested Greenfield, 39-37, to advance to the wcohd round of -the Fourth Minimi Greenfield Independent Basketball Tournament Monday night at Greenfield. In other opening games, the Alton Raiders fell to White Hall, 40-35; Carroll ton lost to Jacksonville, 43-40. and Roodflouse (topped Palmyra 53-46. Tonight, Modesto playi Franklin at 6:30 p. m., Nebo meet* Hartford Civic League at 7:30 p. m., Chapln li pitted against Wood River Skaggi at 8:30 p. m., and Carllnville Gloves play Winchester at 9:30 p. m. Shlpman came from behind to stop Greenfield. Greenfield had a 10-5 lead at the first quarter and a 23-21 advantage at halftlme. But Shlpman took a 32-26 margin at the third quarter mark. Hopkins and Ragel led Shlpman with 15 Wllloughby 201, Kunz 208, A. Mac Donald 207, Finley 205, Perica 223, 204, Williams 202. Major Women Owens III. Glass won 3 from Art Cleaners. Western Club won 2 from Swain's Service. Halloway Motors won 2 from Morrow-Quinn. Individual high game: Henderson 189. Individual high series: Watsker 502. Team high game: Owens III. Glass Co. 790. Team high series: Owens 111. Glass Co. 2338. Monday Business Women Streeper's won 2 from Walnut Grove. Stag Beer won 3 from Russell Venetian Blinds. Alton Brake Service won 2 from Robertson Decorator, Vogue won 3 from Square Deal Radio. Springman Lumber won 3 from Weatherby. Individual high game: Stalllngs 201. Individual high series: Perica 531. Team high game: Springmans 2343. 200 bowlers: Stallings 201. BOWL-INN Hartford Civic League .S won ? frrm Hot Rods, liu.-ns won 3 from Hot Shots. Go- Ge tiers won 2 from Gardners. Sumu-ierettes won 2 from Minnies. Gardners won 3 from Spnmm's. Ind. high single-Dabbs 239. nd. high series—Debbs 516. 200 bowler*—-Dabbs 239, Hlnes 207, Newman 201. Men's League Go-Getters won he first half, Falstags the second. Hot Rods third, Gardners fourth, Bums fifth, Hot Shots sixth. Ladles League—Minnies and Summerettes tied for first Ipamms third and Gardners fourth. WOOD RIVER BOWL Monday Merchants Merv's won 2 from Ferguson Avenue Market. Sliver Seal won 3 from Post Office. Stolze Lumber won 2 from Robertson Decora- ors. Kramer Electric won 3 from )auer Market. Shewmaker Martet won 2 from Drennan Shell Service. Ind. high series—T. Avranovich 652. Team high game—Kramer Electric 949. Team high series- Kramer Electric 2764. 200 bowl- rs— Johnson 200-234, Davies 202, Cota 233, Langredcr 204, Aura- novich 208-205-239, Wilcher 200, ^awrence 202. Monday Late Western Auto won 2 from Cramer No. 2, Albrecht Chevro- et No. 2 won 2 from Army Surplus. Fulps Drug won 2 from Albrecht Chevrolet No. 1. U. A. fowling Alleys won 3 from Wood liver Journal. Ind. high game—King 245. Ind. high series—King 625. Team high game—U. A. Bowling Alleys 948. Team high scries—U. A. Bowling Alleys 2538. 200 bowlers—O'Donnell 215-235, King 245. STEEL FACTS DO YOU KNOW: In one day the steal industry uses enough water to supply • city four and a half times the sixe of New York. The Gas and Electricity would supply around 16,000,000 homes. LACLEDE STEEL COMPANY ALTON, ILL ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to notify the public that f have purchased the local . • • HUDSON Dealership IRVING B. HOLLOW AY CHIT-LEE MOTOR, IN. WAY MOTORS, Inc. Sport* Roundup Glenn McCarthy Wants to Move Grid Browns to Dallas and 13 points respectively while Shields was high (or Greenfield with 13 markers. the Raiders led White Hall until the closing minutes, leading 941, 20-14 and 29-23, at the quarter marks. McCarty was high for White Hall with 14 points while Funk led the Raiders with 12 markers. Carrollton and Jacksonville played a ntp-and-tuck game all the way. The score was tied 8 ". at the end of the first quarter, but Jacksonville took a 22-19 lead at the half. The Carrollton crew also trailed, 34-31, at the three quarters mark. Due led Jacksor- vllle with 18 points while Brannon was high for Carrollton with 14 points. Roodhouse led Palmyra all the way, sparked by Jackson, who to- talled 21 points' (or the evening. Schramm had 17 for Palmyra. SftlBMa. <!»> OrtMtteM (S1> Mayer ff « p* PtaMf Itft Pf Caveny f 0 BRMt f 1 4 Hopklm S 8 SCol* I 1 a Brcltwtlnr 4 I 3WU*on SSI fUftl B S SLuketlch ' 1 S 3 Schrler 0 0 OOuitln. 001 Olllejple 0 0 SCook 0 0 a Shield* S 1 3 Total* . ..13~91« Total* ..I3U18 Score by Quarter*: 1334 Shlpman 9 21 33 39 Greenfield 10 33 36 37 Officials: Strauch. Shleldi. While Mall <«• Alia. Stellar* (M) Player fs <t pf Player ft ft pf White Blackettcr Chrlitnon Love McCarty Beck Bandy 1 3 SBarton 5 0 OPunk 0 3 SCunnlngham 1 0 OBanell 6 3 3Elchcn 1 0 OCronk 1 3 iPayne 0 1 a i 0 4 1 3 0 4 0 0 0 0 Totali ...IS 3 IS Total* ...IS 10 S HEAD TO KUM.... White Hall S 14 33 40 Raldara , 8 30 3» 39 Official*: Strauch, Shield*. J.cki.nvlll* (43) Camillas) («» Player ffftpf Player ffftpf Due 0 0 IKInt 310 PatUraon 3 0 SPohlman SOI Buiey 2 1 aRidlnf* 001 Farmer 0 0 roilllniham 130 Campbell 1 0 SBrannon 4 • 0 Allen S 0 2Kammer 000 Self 1 0 IGiberaon S 0 0 Grogen 0 0 OGrlfflth 114 Smith 009 Totali ...21*113 Total* ...l5Io"e Score by Quarter*: 1334 Carrollton 8 IB 31 40 Jacksonville 8 22 34 43 Afficlal*: Strauch. Shield*. Long Time Until Irish', Army Game Says Coach ROCKFORD, Ul., Jan. 17, OB— Bernle Crlmmins, Notre Dame backf ield coach, told *n Elks' Club sports banquet last night that "it will be a long time before the Irish and Army renew their football series." Crimmins did not elaborate on his statement or did he comment on reports that Notre Dame and Oklahoma will open a grid series n 1952. Conzales Stops Jake Again in Pro Tour VENTURA. Calif., Jan. 17, UP)— Richard (Pancho) Gonzales' power serve was plenty effective last night as he scored an easy win over his pro rival, Jack Kramer. By HUGH rVtlatBTOfti JH, NEW YORK, Jan. 17. MrV-Oll* man Glenn McCarthy says he'd like to buy the Cleveland Browns and move them to Houston, Tex., in the new pro football setup.... And it's our guess that he'll stand a good chance,...Early In the (all Al Sutphln, who sold the Cleveland arena at a neat, profit, was watching a ball game when Mickey McBrtde of the Browns came along...."You got out Just In time," Mickey growled, adding that season ticket sales were (ar behind past years....Anyway, the final settlement of the pro football situation looks so difficult that Ray Bennlgson ,of the Cardinals claims he's going to buy a bouse In Philadelphia and move his family there (or the duration of the meeting....And, speaking of Texas, NCAA executives were setting up a committee at last week's meeting when someone pointed out: "We need a small college representative (rom Texas.".... "That's Impossible," replied another. "No college in Texas will admit It's small." No 'Arm Done Arlon's "Pop" McKale, who told that one about the Mexican batter the other day, has another about a Mexican kid who pitched for his ball team....The lad was strong, wild and, not too smart and Mac kept trying to convince him he should learn control....The only answere was a smile and "SI, si." ....Finally a situation arose that called for an Intentional pass and McKale gave the "put him on" sign....The pitcher cut loose and hit the batsman on the back with the first pitch....Back at the bench, the coach asked: "Did you hit him intentionally?"... .The pitched smiled: "SI, Mr. Mac. I save my arm three pitchers." One-Minute Sports Page Amateur golf champion Charlie Coe played golf a few days ago for the first time In three months, after an appendix operation.... Only southern loss reported at the NCAA convention was when Jim. Larue, assistant grid coach at Maryland, lost his Sugar Bowl watch. He's hoping the guy who picked It up wasn't an unemployed coach because he'd like to get It back....Tex Oliver, who has been doing well in business since he left the U. of Arizona, apparently can't stay away (rom coaching. He has taken a post at Fullerton, (Calif. > junior college...And Gwlnn Henry 1« an applicant at the U. of New Mexico The Blackhawks' Bill Tobin Is threatening to switch his U. S. Hockey League farm from Kansas City to Denver. Reason, trouble getting Ice at the K. C. auditorium. The husky Los Angeles youth of Mexican descent bested Kramer, 6-3, 6-3, in the 50th match of their current world's professional tennis championship tour. The score now stands at 40 matches won by Kramer to 10 won by Gonzales. Gonzales has Won four of the last six matches. Birds, Raiders, Oilers Play in GanesTonight Three games are on tap (or the Alton area basketball teams tonight. The Wood River Oilers, ranked No. 14 In the state, meet the No. 7 crew, Hillsboro, at the Wood River High gym. The game will stan at 8:15 p. m. The Alton High Redblrds seek their first conference win In a Southwestern League game at Alton High gym with the Fast St. Louis Flyers furnishing the opposition. Neither team has won a league contest In' five starts apiece. The game will start at 8:15 p. m. The third crew, the Red Raiders of Western Military Academy, will travel .jo Mt Olive (or a non- league game. This encounter also starts at 8:15 p. m. - • Ofler Crapplers StopMaroons.19-17 Wood River High School's wrestlers won when the chips were down to defeat Belleville's mat-' men, 19-17, Monday afternoon. Final results of the matches show: 103 pounds—Sheske (B) pinned Errand! (W) 2 min. 41 sec. 113—Fuderlch (W) pinned Cookson (B). 120-i-Dalton (W) dec. Hug. (B) 6-1. 128—Mayer (B) dec. Clagg (W) 2-0. 133—Zimmerman (B) dec. Sands (W) 7-6. 138—Phillips (B) dec. McGill (W) 5-4 145—Burns (B) dec. Jackson (W) 6-5. 155—Smith (W) dec. Kettle W 4-0. 165—Halloran (W) dec. Rockwell <B) 9-6. Heavyweight — J. B. Williams (173) (W) pinned Werner (235) (B) 1 min. 58 sec. Onized, Western Win in Industrial In the Industrial Basketball League Monday night, Onized defeated 'Box Board by a count of 54-36 and Westerner Club stopped Shell, 69-51. The Onized Club took a neat 3312 lead over Box Board at the half and coasted home to victory. Ramsey hit for 17 points for Onized to lead game scoring as he racked up eight field goals and a free throw. Second high for Onized was Mudd with 16 points on seven baskets and two free shots. Holllday was tops for Box Board with 13 points. The Westerner Club had a 34-25 lead over Shell at halftime and ended up just eight points out front. Taylor hit for 17 points (or The Illinois High School Association today released the assignments (or district and rtglonal tournaments, which should prove ol interest to Alton art* •ports (ana, Lifter th* really Interesting assignments will come-of regional winners to sectional tournament*. The teams In the Alton area will participate In (our regional!. At Belleville will be the holt Maroons, Belleville Cathedral, Dtipo, East St Louis, Central Catholic of East St. Louis, Marls•a, oration, and the winner of the Waterloo district which includes Columbia, Freeburg, Mascoutah, New Athens, Okawvllle, Red Bud, Valmeyer and Water- too. At Colllnsvllle's regional will '• Alton, Western Military Academy, Colllnsvllle, EdwardsvlUe, Granite City, Madison, Wood River, and the winner of the Roxana district which Includes Bethalto, Lebanon, Marine, Roxana, St. Jacob, Troy and Venice. At the Glllesple regional, Bunker Hill, Carlinvllle, Gillespie, Hllls- boro, Litchfield, Mt. Olive, Staunton, and the winner of the Brighton district are entered. The Brighton district Includes Benld, Brighton, Medora and Shlpman. And at the Jerseyville regional, Brussels, Carrollton, Greenfield, Hardin, Jerseyville, Roodhouse, and White Hall are entered along with the winner of the Eldred dis- rict, which will Include St. John's of Carrollton, Eldted, Grafton, Hillview, Kampsville and Kane. Out of those (our, we'd say that the Alton district teami have tho toughest row to hoe at CoUtntville. Edwardsvllle, Wood River, and Colllntville are battling It out (or the southwestern Conference flag, and we think that pairings will make the difference. It all three are bracketed together, anything can happen. If two are In one bracket and one In the other, the team in the bracket by Itself (of the three) should have the edge. Granite City looks like the toughest of the other five teams, but Alton, Madison and Western aren't to be overlooked. And the Roxana district could produce a challenger, either the Shells or the team that beats them. At Belleville, we'd say that the Dupo Tigers will have their handi full getting by the Belleville Maroons and East St. Louis Flyers, But Dupo, on the other hand, is going to be tough to beat, for any team in the tourney. We figure that the district winner won't have too much of a chance. At Jerseyville, the host Panther: and Carrollton are going to bs rough along with Grafton, if the Grafton crew wins the Eldred district, which seems probable. The Gillespie regional should be rough also, with Bunker Hill definitely an underdog with such teams as Gillespie and Hillsboro in the race. But Benld might prove rougher than expected. Roxana Thirteenth Victim of Hornets Trie Roxana freshman basketball five proved the thirteenth straight victim of the Bast Junior Hornets, Monday, at East Junior gym as the Hornets took a 37-31 decision (rom the visitors. East Junior jumped to a 12-6 Westerner and Whlttaker garnered 16 for Shell. Onliet Player Ramsey Mudd r.Redd Rhoad* Heavener Reed Eberlln Bex Beard <S6) If ft pf Player S 1 aSecor 2 JHarJry 0 SHendricka 0 OHoUUUy 1 3Rue 0 aDale 4 1 fS ft pf 5 02 » 0 1 1 1 S 2 2 101 Total* ...23 Sll Total* ...18 411 Score by Halve*: 2 4 Onlted 33 M Alton Box Board 12 36 Official*: E. Hcndrtckt, McConathy. Shell Player Mauiman Brown Tucker Whtttaker Spudich Rohr Martin Lawyer Moore <SI) Weiteraer Clak («*> f( ft pf 212 ft ft pf Player 1 1 IDarr a 0 IFalrlea* 0 1 ICurry 3 Lemon STaylor 3Martin OBolo iClark 4Davenport Hell Anderson 2 1 0 1 0 0 B 1 1 0 S 0 S 0 3 S B a 0 0 Total* ..181518 Total* ...2S111T Scon at Halve*: 24 Shell » 81 Official*: M. Hendricks, McConattiy. lead at the end of the first quarter and had lengthened it to 22-13 afhalftime. But Roxanlans surged back in the third period to score 11 points and hold the Hornets to five, pulling to within four points, 27-23, with one quarter to go. Ogden led the scoring in the game as he accounted for 17 Hornet points on six baskets and five free throws. Neudecker was considerable help, hitting for nins points on four baskets and a free shot, while Nash had four basketi for eight points. For Roxana, Freeman hit for 10 points on three field goals and four free shots, followed by Stone with eight points on four buckets. Hunter was third for the Shells with seven markers on two baskets and three free points. Eail Janlar (37) Rezana (SI) Player f« ft pt Player '/"Pf Neudecker * 1 iDlllow 815 Olden • S SFreeman 344 Chlldera 0 1 SHarbke Oil Hook 0 1 SHunter 331 Scosfln* 0 0 3 Stone 403 Na*h 4 0 IStraub 000 Alexander 0 1 ORobinion 000 Hambelton 0 o o King 000 Total* ...14 913 Total* ...II 913 Score by Quarter*! 1 £ £ ^ Roxana * ^ * Official*: Plo»«, Dunn. Brooklyn and Cincinnati were the only two National League teams never to drop into the cellar during the 1949 season. CRAIG BROS.. Inc. 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